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This week on #IntotheCosmos, the two best clubs throughout the campaign will decide the NASL 2015 Soccer Bowl title on Sunday., November 15 at Shuart Stadium.
The New York Cosmos earned the Spring title, and the Ottawa Fury took home the Fall title, and now they will take part in the Championship game for the ultimate hardware that both teams worked so hard to achieve this year.
Our hosts Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa walk us through the events that led us to this point, from opening day to last weekend's semifinal games that were filled with excitement, which featured two separate comebacks from early deficits.
Both the Fury and Cosmos found themselves down a goal in the semifinals, as each club scratched and clawed their way to the title match with equivalent 2 - 1 results.
This is the Championship Edition of the show, so let's celebrate the season, and may the best team win!
For years science has thought that there was no way to halt the death of brain cells that control our aging process, but recent neuroscience has actually discovered that we can grow new brain cells (neurogenesis) at ANY point in our lives. When the rate of neurogenesis is low, that's when we experience memory loss, cognitive deficits, anxiety, stress, depression and lowered immunity. With high rates, we flourish--demonstrating rapid learning, mental acuity, emotional resiliency, robust health and more.
TWU welcomes Dr. Brant Cortright to the show. Dr. Cortright shares the formula of how to increase the brain's rate of making new brain cells! His remarkable new breakthrough bookThe Neurogenesis Diet & Lifestyle: Upgrade Your Brain, Upgrade Your Life-already an Amazon #1 Bestseller--captures the newest science on how to rev up brain cell growth.
Listen in as Dr. Cortright shares his scientifically validated 4-point program of diet and lifestyle will that will improve your memory and brain power, inoculate you against stress and depression, prevent or delay cognitive decline, dementia and Alzheimer's and enrich your relationships and sex life
Our College Football guru Kip Keefer will join us for the first segment to discuss a wild week of college football. Steve Sarkisian is asked to take a leave of absence from USC. Georgia loses Nick Chubb to a knee injury and blows a 21 point lead at Tennessee. South Carolina has to take the show on the road to Baton Rouge after flooding forces a relocation. Michigan State and TCU both overcome second half deficits to win. Alabama wakes up in the second half to take care of Arkansas. We'll also be joined on the second half of the first segment by Case Keefer, sports columnist at the Las Vegas Sun. Case will share his insights on the wild world of sports betting and we'll get his take on the DraftKings / FanDuel controversy. In the second segment, we'll be joined by the Buffalo Bad Boy Pete Tasca, Mr. Savage Burn Steve Butler and the Fantasy Matriculator Nick Garcia. We'll dicsuss all that was week 5 in the NFL and preview week 6. Jamal Charles goes down with an ACL tear, the Detroit Lions look pitiful and the New Orleans Saints looked like they've packed it in.
Autism is usually portrayed as a checklist of deficits, including difficulties interacting socially, problems in communicating, sensory challenges, and repetitive behavior patterns. This perspective leads to therapies focused on ridding individuals of “autistic” symptoms.
Dr. Barry M. Prizant, an internationally renowned autism expert, offers a new and compelling paradigm: the most successful approaches to autism don’t aim at fixing a person by eliminating symptoms, but rather seeking to understand the individual’s experience and what underlies the behavior.
Join Dr. Barry Prizant and me on Tuesday, October 13, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss his groundbreaking book on autism, Uniquely Human. Dr. Prizant offers inspiring stories, and practical advice drawn from his four-decade career working in universities, schools, hospitals, and in private practice.
Brant Cortright, Ph.D, is a highly respected clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at California Institute of Integral Studies. His consulting practice specializes in cutting-edge brain health and neuroscience-informed depth therapy. His latest book is The Neurogenesis Diet and Lifestyle. Only recently has it been discovered that the brain produces new brain cells throughout our entire lives, a process called neurogenesis. The rate at which we form new brain cells has a profound influence upon every aspect of our life. When the rate of neurogenesis is low, we see cognitive deficits and memory problems, anxiety and stress, depression, and lowered immunity. Life is difficult. With high rates of neurogenesis we see the opposite: enhanced cognitive abilities, rapid learning, emotional resilience, protection from anxiety, stress and depression, heightened immunity and robust health. We flourish. Life is wonderful. Given the neurotoxic norms of society, it’s almost universally true that your brain is working far below its capacity. It is deteriorating much faster than it needs to. What good is living longer if your brain can’t go the distance? Recent discoveries in the emerging field of neurogenesis reveal the secrets to radically improve your brain’s health, and this is the first book to bring together research to show how. You can operate at a higher level than you ever dreamed possible – at any age! Check out the website: http://brantcortright.com
At the top of the show, it's Anastasia's Starseed News, bring topics of interest to starseeds that you won't hear in the mainstream!
Because we'll be on assignment with the Crystal Quest for the next few weeks, our next broadcast will be on October 27, 2015. We hope you join us then, and thanks for tuning in!
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. At the bottom of the first hour we feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the legacy of Ghana's first prime minister and president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the leading strategist and tactician of the African Revolution between the 1940s to the 1970s; Somalia despite the interventions of United States and European imperialism remains unstable and suffering from food deficits impacting 240,000 people; the Democratic Republic of Congo faced the resignation of two leading ministers as tensions escalate over the political future of the mineral rich Central African state; and the business community in South Africa is hoarding cash amid an economic downturn. In the second hour we continue our month-long focus on race relations in the U.S. and around the world with an audio documentary on the legendary African National Congress (ANC) leader Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) and an interview with program host Abayomi Azikiwe on what is behind the controversary surrounding the confederate flag in the U.S. The third hour highlights the hidden U.S. imperialist-backed war against the people of Yemen.
Welcome to Independent Underground Radio LIVE - MICHIGAN'S TOP POLITICO PODCAST - Aired each Tuesday & Thursday at 9pm ET.
On Today's Show:
Taxes Increases, Deficits and Racist Michigan Republican Party Leaders --- OH MY!! As usual or since January 1, 2010, the day Gov. Rick Snyder was sworn into office the first time, Michigan is back in the news again -- this time --times three. Michigan is predicted to run a $437 Million deficit, Say Hello to the Internet Sales Tax Michiganders and State Republican National Committee Chairman Dave Agema racist Facebook post again, just proved what we already knew....he was a racist but either way, we'll discuss.
What's the deal with Detroit Public School's EAA (Educational Achievement Authority) Mary Esselman, the district’s deputy chancellor of instructional support and educational accountability (now resigned) and failed educational software Detroit and Michigan's Tax Payers dollars were wasted upon. We will talk about the latest Metro Times report by Curt Guyette.
And President Obama is making more Executive Power Moves!! Let's talk about them!
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We had a few glitches at the start of the show. Jon talks about shooting a music video in the "Green Room" and meeting one of Janet Jackson's Rhythmn Nation video producers plus Scorpio, a Michael Jackson impersonator. We then talk about hot topics in American politics. Don has some admissions and policy initiatives about the abortion topic and current baby tissue sales.
You hear a lot about cleavage in America. There are people who support Abortion vs. those who think it is outrageous. The right to life movement has made a lot of inroads in the last 20 years to breakdown the laws of abortions esp. under certain circumstances. Many Republicans envision a godly nation while left wingers say the heart of God is protecting the poor. With gay rights, an Iranian nuclear deal, deficits and other perpetrating issues, who can really build a coalition that people will be at least modestly satistfied with?
I had a great conversation on the podcast with Dr. Jolene Brighten, ND about thyroid conditions, and how they effect our fertility, our baby's health and our own post-partum health.
I would say that we speak the most on the subject of post-partum, as it's a subject close to my own heart, as well as Jolene's, who discovered well past childbirth that she had post-partum autoimmune thyroiditis.
One thing I think is important to understand deeply is that our reproductive stages are linked, and minding this continuum is critical to our health as we try to conceive, carry a child, and then support a new baby.
Dr. Brighten talks about:
Why and which thyroid markers to test pre-conception
How an untreated thyroid condition can lead to miscarriage and developmental deficits
Why it's important to test thyroid markers in weeks 6-12 of pregnancy if you are autoimmune thyroid
Why changes in our immune system potentiate thyroid imbalance after childbirth
Which underlaying factors to consider of you have autoimmune thyroid
Why getting support is needed for post-partum health complaints
If you are an autoimmune mom, a mom suffering with post-partum symptoms, a woman diagnosed with autoimmune thyroiditis, or someone curious about thyroid disorders (which are highly on the rise in women,) I think you'll benefit from the info-packed interview with Dr. Brighten.
To learn more about Dr. Brighten, visit drbrighten.com.
Citizen Voice Project welcomes, Lowell Levine, founder of Stop Bullying Now Foundation, Inc.
The primary mission of Stop Bullying Now Foundation, Inc. is to raise money for school districts around the country to address and eliminate the ongoing dangerous student bullying problem which is causing death, much mental and physical harm as well as forcing students to drop out of school. These school districts do not have the funds to address this important problem because of budget cuts due to deficits. Stop Bullying Now Foundation, Inc. will aggressively address the bullying problem and the high dropout rate among students. The dropout rate is causing an increase in local crime at a large expense to the taxpayers. The bullying problem is causing hardship to other students and their families.
Visit their website: http://stopbullyingnowfoundation.org/main/
Stop Bullying Now Foundation, Inc. is participating in the 2015 Safety Harbor Downtown Business Alliance Charity Fundraising Challenge to raise funds for their mission to bring more awareness about the bullying epidemic in our communities.
#TakeTheChallenge and Join the SHDBA, Inc. Charity Fundraising Challenge!
Learn more: http://www.shdba.com/charity-fundraising-challenge.html
Imagine being told that your child has a genetic disease or abnormality and there is no possibility of a normal life, what would you do? Go along with the expected course as written in the medical journals or look for alternatives to give him the best quality of life? As your host for many years-I KNOW what you will do!
On Monday , May 18, 2015 at 8pm eastern, we have the pleasure of interviewing Melissa who is the mother of Max who was diagnosed with the chromosomal disorder known as PTLS (Potocki-Lupski Syndrome). The expected features of the syndrome include mental retardation, autism spectrum disorder, infantile hypotonia, sleep apnea, structural cardiovascular anomalies, cognitive deficits, abnormal social behaviors, learning disabilities, ADD, OCD, short stature and failure to thrive.
Max's mom, through diligent research, has improved Max's condition beyond all expectations.. This is a heartwarming story but carries a very heavy message. Different from at the genetic polymorphisms, children with chromosomal abnormalities are not expected to thrive or do well. Please join us and listen to how Melissa overcame her fears, challenge the medical establishment's expectations and gave Max fighting chance for normal living. The story will surprise you, warm your heart and (I hope) spur you to action for these children were not being given the proper opportunity to live.
Because of the time difference (the family lives in the southern hemisphere) I recorded the interview and will play it during our regular show on 5/18/15 at 8 PM Eastern time.
See you then Dr. Jess :-)
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