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STEROIDS or SHAVED BATS??
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East Coast Show w/ @ManuelFerrero on @ISPSO Radio
CEO of ISPS, Manuel T. Ferrero III, talks about upcoming tournaments, news, and invites Special Guests to speak about various topics.
Children's Corner: Bats in your Belly with author Dawn DePasquale
Did you know that children get anxiety, just like grown-ups, but sometimes even worse? "Bats is Your Belly" introduces you to Layla, a little girl who just finished her first day of school and is full of the worries. But her worries are bigger than just mere butterflies in her stomach: she has bats in her belly! Join Layla and her parents as they try to figure out how to help her feel better—and get rid of those awful bats.
"Bats in Your Belly" is an anxiety self-help book intended for parents and their children that gives them hands-on ways to manage feelings of worry and how to improve stress tolerance over time. The book features easy-to-understand language and bright, vibrant illustrations to grab the reader and transport him into a dancing, whimsical world. During the story, the reader gets to watch Layla’s family as they try to help her to identify her worries and teach her kinetic activities to manage these feelings. Join Layla today and any day the worries start to get to you and dance all your bats away!
Dawn is the clinical director for Bell Mental Health Associates in Swansea, MA, and I work with children, families, and adults on a variety of mental health disorders.
Click here to purchase Dawn's book from Amazon.com
We're hitting the Homestretch for our Month Of Macabre Halloween Celebration and what better way to spend your Tuesday evening than with other Inmates and Baby Bats. We have another KILLER show for this evening starting with our Special Guest joining us for a Group Therapy Session...POET/RECORDING ARTIST/INDIE MUSIC JOURNALIST KIM ACRYLIC!!!! Kim will be joining us to disuss her published works, her CDs, and so much more. Over in Dark Delights with Ladyaslan we have industrial band JOHN 3:16!!! They will rock The Asylum with 2 tracks that will have begging for more! All this and more ONLY ON THE ASYLUM!!!
After a brief hiatus, THE ASYLUM RADIO SHOW IS BACK BABY BATS & INMATES!!! Well now it is officially the Month of Macabre and what better way to kick it off then with our special guest joining us for both Group Therapy Session and Dark Delights With Ladyaslan...Rapper/Actor WYAZE CRANKFIELD!!! Wyaze will be joining us to discuss his latest film work, horror, music, the return of horrorcore rap and much, much more...Plus we have 3 hotter than hell tracks from Wyaze specially for you the Inmates & Baby Bats. All this plus so much more ONLY ON THE ASYLUM!!!
Ok Inmates and Baby Bats...Our Shocktober Halloween Month Of Macabre celebration rolls on! Joining us for a little Group Therapy Session is Indie Actress/Scream Queen GENOVEVA ROSSI!!! Ms. Rossi will be discussing how she broke into the business, her movies and upcoming projects and appearances. Over in Dark Delights With Ladyaslan, RASPLYN is the featured musical guest. Lady A will have 2 Groovy tracks guaranteed to get you moving in front of your computer screens or your money back!* Chatroom Ricky and Terri The Twisted Housewife will be also be stopping by to join in on the fun ONLY ON THE ASYLUM!!!
*Not an actual guarantee...besides it's free to listen to us :P
Ebola is a disease of humans and other primates caused by ebolaviruses. Signs and symptoms typically start within 21 days after contracting the virus; early symptoms include: a fever, sore throat, muscle pain and headaches; later symptoms that show up include: vomiting, diarrhea and rash. The later symptoms come about because of malfunction of the liver and kidneys and some victims begin to bleed internally. Death, due to low blood pressure and fluid loss can occur as early as one week after symptoms appear. The virus is acquired by contact with blood or body fluids of an infected person, animal or direct contact with a recently contaminated item.
Spread through the air has not been documented in the natural environment. Fruit bats are believed to be the normal carrier of ebolaviruses in nature. Humans and other animals can become infected by contact with living or dead bats or dead animal that has been infected by bats. Once a human is infected, the virus can be spread between people. Male survivors may be able to transmit the disease via semen for two months. Blood samples are tested for viral antibodies, viral RNA, or the virus itself to confirm the diagnosis.
Prevention includes handling potentially infected items while wearing protective clothing and washing hands when around a person with the disease. Medical personnel who handle samples of body fluids and tissues from people with the disease should take special caution.
No specific treatment for the disease has been presented to the health community. The disease has a high risk of death with the virus killing, on average, 50% of those infected. The World Health Organization first discussed Ebola as a disease in 1976. The largest outbreak to date is the current 2014 outbreak affecting the countries, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia in Africa. As of October 22nd 2014, 9,964 cases with 4,881 deaths have been reported.
Welcome to LL SPORTS 2! A sports show for everyone!! – but for the ladies, we’ll get an opportunity each show to teach you some of the fundamentals of baseball, basketball or football. We promise to never answer your questions with "not right now, the game is on!"
The World Series is here....SF Giants vs KC Royals!! The Royals are undefeated so far this postseason, but has the six day layoff cooled their bats? And some of the KC players weren't even born the last time the Royals were in the World Series! The ladies discuss Game 1 and their predictions for the series. The NBA season is right around the corner! The ladies will discuss the upcoming NBA season and recap Week 7 of the NFL.
All of this plus the Wednesday Wikipedia, the Ladies Learn Moment, your phone calls, comments, questions and much much more!
Join TJ & TIFF Wed. @8p est!
Halloween season is the perfect time to bring up the topic of animals who are often misunderstood and mistakenly associated with the supernatural (such as bats, rats, cats and snakes). Why do these animals have spooky reputations? How did their associate with the supernatural originate? October is also a time when it's common to see television shows focusing on the topic of cryptid creatures. These are animal-like creatures that have yet, to be proven to exist, but have been reportedly seen by many. Is there a Bigfoot? What about El Chupacabra or The Jersey Devil? Whether you believe in such things or not, you do have to admit they make for a fun Halloween discussion. So make sure you're not home alone as you tune in to this episode of The Missy Show. It's sure to be frightfully fun! Join hosts J and D, Saturday, October 18th at 5pm Central.
L*I*V*E Readings with Charlie and HiC ... Skype in or Call 646.716.5510 during the show to receive a reading on the air !
The 23rd annual SF BATS (Bay Area Tarot Symposium) took place in August. HiC and Charlie were there and will be bringing you all the scoop, gossip, and recaps about the festivities.
Plus, here insights from various Tarot luminaries and practitioners in attendance, from Mary K. Greer to Carrie Paris to Julie Cuccia-Watts and many more, as they answer the question, « What is Divination ? » and then use their favourite divination or oracular tool of choice to see how it responds to that question as well.
And, of course, our monthly Living the Queer Life segment to see what the Oracles have to offer us for guidance in the coming month.
unleash Ebola in UK: How an appetite for African delicacies at British market stalls may spread killer virus
Ridley Road in Dalston, East London, is one example of an area with a large African community
It has been identified as a hub for secret market in ‘bush meat’ - flesh of exotic animals such as chimpanzee, monkey and fruit bats
7,500 tonnes of illegal meat enters Britain each year; bulk of it is bush meat
Bush meat is one of primary sources of Ebola's transmission
Global Peeks W/ Brian E. Muhammad interviewed Dr. Abdul Alim Muhammad, Minister of Health & Human Services for the Nation of Islam. We discussed the Ebola crises and its implications for America & Black people worldwide. Dr. Alim spoke about the outbreak in the context of Population Control, Depopulation & Disease infection through Bio-Weapons & Bio-Terrorism.
Questions about the latest threat to life haunting the African continent
(FinalCall.com) The numbers are alarming. The World Health Organization believes there may be twice as many actual Ebola cases as are reported.
The Centers for Disease Control says the number could reach 1.4 million by January 2015 if massive, effective and immediate actions are not taken.
As focus is placed on treating the disease, some question its true origin, its spread, what is being or should have been done to curb its spread and its ultimate purpose.
Not everyone is convinced Ebola comes from infected Central African fruit bats and was transmitted by humans who ate infected meat or infected animals.
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Gerri Griswold is Director of Administration and Development at The White Memorial Conservation Center in Litchfield, Connecticut. She has handled bats for twenty years as a wildlife rehabilitator and educator and is licensed by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the United States Department of Agriculture to keep and exhibit non-releasable bats. Over the years Griswold and her bats have delivered hundreds of programs to libraries, classrooms, Scout troops and organizations like the National Park Service and the Yale Peabody Museum. They have appeared on the cover of The Weekly Reader and produced a segment about bats for The Late Show with David Letterman.