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Now that I have your attention, let's talk about soap? Our skin is our largest organ and it needs a lot of TLC? Do you like showers or soaking in the bathtub? Do you use a bar of soap or shower gel? Does it matter if the soap has a moisturizer. This, and more free food for the soul.
Come get your scoop of the FLAVOR OF THE WEEK! The Major is BACK in this weekly show and he’s brought a few new sou-chefs, including his cohost Max, to the kitchen to assist him in sautéing up this weekly helping of delicious topics across the sports-sphere. Have a toasty night-cap with this fiery crew as they pound their way through the good, the bad & the funny from the week that past & look forward to the week that will be. Come get fantasy help, pick-em insights & other unique takes on all the fodder fit to feast on from the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA & more! Guests are always random & wild, so be sure to tune in LIVE to see what sort of shenanigans they get into, as well as log-on to their USTREAM channel to watch the guys streaming broadcast LIVE from Los Angeles! Courses served up this week include a recap of the guys' picks, fantasy outcomes, Amare's red-wine reduction baths, McNabb calls out Cutler & the impact of Percy Harvin's trade to New York.
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Is it true??? "It's so hard to get Ebola says Dr. Judy Staveley" Should we panic? Is the CDC doing all they can to keep us safe? What can we learn about Ebola to keep ourselves and our family safe?
Dr. Judy Staveley is here to clarify and simplify the truth about Ebola. Dr. Staveley is a biology professor, the CEO at the platform Magazine and health editor at Latin connection magazine. Dr. Staveley said: “I wonder if CDC has checked to see if any RNA mutation or morphology within the Ebola virus has a bit of Ebola Reston which is airborne. We know its Zaire strain however with evolving mutations, previous research from 1977 studies has shown that the Zaire strain has been experimentally transmitted to animals by aerosol. BECAUSE IN ALL HONESTY IT IS SOOOO HARD TO GET EBOLA!!!”
“From my own experience in working with pathogens in the lab it can be a real scary thing! It takes a lot of courage to do what the health care providers do in caring for the Ebola patient. But someone has to do it. I'm sure we will see many other cases pop up, however we should not be alarmed. Keep in mind these individuals are health care professionals that were simply doing their job and caring for others who were ill. I think in all honesty, we need to redesign HAZMAT SUITS. I know some hazmat suits are not in compliance. The buddy system should be used when taking off contaminated gear and the step in bleach baths should be used. Just my experience!” ~Dr. Judy Staveley
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Do you have a running bucket list?
What are the special events you want to run?
In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we look at creating your running bucket list including:
What is a running bucket list?
What types of events might you include?
How to plan your bucket list events?
Sue and Andrew also outline their running bucket lists.
Also on the show:
Over the sholder
Ask Sue (Ice baths)
The road ahead
Curious about what millennials are expecting from home design? We're talking with designer Courtney Rogers about designing for millennials. Join us!
We've all heard about the differences between GenX and the generation raised on iPads and on-demand entertainment. And we've seen the stats on how home buying trends have been decreasing among the millennial generation.
So what do designers and remodelers need to know about the millennial generation to attract and retain their interest in our work? We're talking with designer Courtney Rogers, recently recognized as one of the National Kitchen and Bath Association's '30 under 30,' and '40 under 40' for Professional Remodeler magazine.
The 28-year-old Atlanta-based designer specializes in kitchens and baths, and is sharing what we need to know about designing for millennials.
"I'm a passionate, driven, and supremely organized over-achiever who loves my family, my Georgia Bulldawgs, and my creative outlet... design," --Courtney Rogers
Join us for an insightful evening with the Ritual Witch herself, Madrina Angelique. Madrina was born and raised in rural Georgia. She has immersed herself in the study and practice of traditional southern hoodoo since childhood. Madrina is a regular contributor to Hoodoo and Conjure Magazine and coauthor of 13 Legendary Crossroads Rituals and Crossroads Mamas' 105 Spiritual Baths for Every Occasion with Denise Alvarado.
Ever wonder if you should ask a remodeler something, but not sure? This live chat is for you.
There are things you should always ask a remodeler. And then there are things you probably shouldn't. Just like the start of any new relationship, we should all be on our first-date behavior from the start. So if your potential client asks certain questions off the start, it's a red flag that there may be compatibility issues down the road.
We're talking with remodeling experts Sean Lintow Sr. and Kelly Morisseau about what not to ask a remodeler.
Sean Lintow Sr is a third generation General Contractor with more than two decades of experience. Sean is a certified RESNET HERS RATER, Infrared Thermographer L2, ENERGY STAR Verifier, AEE CEA Challenge America Partner & Verifier, and a member of NARI, NADRA, & USGBC. "I am solely dedicated to helping Homeowner, Business Owners & Trades Personal identify, correct & verify that issues affecting their health, safety, comfort & bottom line are addressed properly."
Kelly Morisseau is a designer who writes about interior design for homeowners and shares industry news with other designers, architects, contractors, and other industry professionals. She shares her fascination with food, culinary arts, and the steps it takes to create a “perfect” kitchen, along with her mission to let everyone know that kitchens and baths are about design and safety.