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  • 01:59

    The Health and Wellness Show: The Truth About Tobacco with Richard White

    in Health

    Smoking is hazardous to your health and causes lung cancer... but is that really true?  Are tobacco and cigarette smoking really the scourge that Big Pharma, the media and millions of people around the world believe it to be?  Today we'll be talking with Richard White, author of Smoke Screens: The Truth About Tobacco.  We'll examine studies on smoking, what researchers have to say, the scientists involved in the anti-smoking movement, previous attacks on smoking, the origins of the anti-smoking movement, the diseases said to be caused by smoking... and more! 


    Keeping your pets safe during the summer months is the topic of this week's Pet Health Segment.


    Join the hosts at 10am EST. 

  • Healthcare: Is CVS Health's Anti-Tobacco Strategy Paying Off?

    in Business

    CVS's plan to boost prescription revenue by abandoning Tobacco might be panning out, and Regeneron's pricey new drug could become a multibillion blockbuster.

  • 00:24

    START-UP SUCCESS SECRETS FROM SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR & blu eCig Founder Jason Healy

    in Business

    What does it being an entrepreneur mean to you?


    Financial security? Freedom to call the shots?  Innovate? Expand into new products and markets? Sell to the highest bidder and buy an island in the sun? “Live the dream?”


    Join host Hanna Hasl-Kelchner explore the magical and elusive mix of skills called entrepreneurship that can't be bottled or stuffed into a spreadsheet with serial entrepreneur and blu Cigs founder, Jason Healy.


    Discover the business principles he applied to transform his 2009 dream of an electronic cigarette into the number one electronic cigarette in the US and a $135 million buyout by a Big Tobacco company in 2012, plus the down to earth advice he has for entrepreneurs like you to achieve more business success.


    Jason’s Twitter profile says he is an aspiring recluse.  As a result, it’s a great privilege and honor to have him share his wisdom and entrepreneurial insights on Business Confidential.


    This program is proudly sponsored by the Legal Leverage® Academy, a division of Business M.O., LLC.

  • 01:00

    On Relationships: Gender Roles and the Need For Effective Communication

    in Romance

    What are gender roles? How do you feel about them?


    Is chivalry dead? If so, why? Who killed it?


    Effective communication is imperitave. But can you handle the bitter, castor oil flavored truth?


    Tune in tonight, and feel free to call in to discuss. 


     


     

  • 01:11

    Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping, Interview with Author Cal Wilson

    in Prepping

    Doctor Prepper™ interviews a new author in the preparedness non-fiction genre, Cal Wilson.


    Cal is a Christian, a patriot, a gun-owner, and a prepper. He is also a practicing attorney and has been involved in law enforcement for more than 20 years. He lives in an undisclosed location west of the Mississippi River with his wife and various family members.


    Wilson’s first book is entitled Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping, which has been a very successful seller inpaperback and in Kindle formats. The complete title is: Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping: Cheap Stuff You Can Stockpile Now That Will Be Extremely Valuable When SHTF.


    Dirt Cheap… assumes the average family will not be able to stockpile everything needed for enduring a worst-case scenario. Rather, it suggests increasing the amounts of certain items for barter for other needed items when the need arises.


    Prepping needn't be expensive. By knowing some of the tricks of the prepping “trade,” you can save lots of money by just being aware of some of these tips:



    Dryer lint––makes an easy fire starter component so you can cook, purify water, or take a bath
    Salt––one of the most common kitchen products, but is worth its weight in gold in making food tasty and preserving meats when there is no refrigeration
    Bottled water––essential for short-term disasters when there is no tap water
    Used milk containers––use for non-potable water storage, such as flushing toilets or watering plants
    Used bottle drink containers––use for potable water storage, or for storing dried foods
    Addiction items––what items (tobacco, liquor, etc.) to store for barter in case of a longer-term disaster


     

  • 02:00

    OFF THE DROP ZONE PRESENTS:Sheila L Sptephens & LCpl Evan Reichenthal, USMC ret

    in Current Events

    Sheila L. Stephens
    Retired Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)Special Agent
    Author: The Everything Private Investigation Book
    Private Investigator: www.SaferSecurityInc.com


    Adjunct Professor, Criminal Justice, Jefferson State College
    Professor Facilitator, Masters in Criminal Justice Online Program, Boston University
    Forensic Psychology PhD Candidate


    CEO and President of The Valkyrie Initiative
     


    SECOND HOUR we welcome to the Show: LCpl Evan Reichenthal, USMC ret.


    In January 2011 Even lost his leg due to an IED explosion. He was put into a coma and awoke in Bethesda Hospital. 


    He endured 30 sureries there and was transferred to Walter Reed Hospital. He went through 12 weeks of physical and occupational therapy.Even walked in just 4 months and began running with 8 months. In 2012 he was medically retired. He has since Received his Cross Fit certification, and has became an inspiration to many. He now manages the OPERATION ENDURING WARRIOR. 


    QUOTE: from Even: On a more spiritual level, I aim to inspire fellow adaptive athletes, and wounded veterans in hopes they see me and others like me, and see the potential they have.

  • 01:40

    Business World Monday- The Maverick of Branding

    in Business

    James Michael Lafferty is a Retired CEO of Procter & Gamble, a Former CEO of Coca-Cola and a current CEO of British American Tobacco*


    James is currently a CEO of British American Tobacco and has also served as a former CEO of Coca Cola as well as Procter & Gamble, where he worked for 24 years, rising rapidly through the ranks to become, among other things, the first ever General Manager for P&G’s “Near East” business—and set up the initial distribution models in these challenging markets that exist to this day and have made P&G the market leader by a wide margin.


    Not content to rest on his laurels, James is an active CEO who is also constantly training others how to achieve massive success. He’s conducted seminars and training for the world’s leading corporations, including P&G, Coca-Cola, H-P, Newell Rubbermaid, Nestle, Microsoft, GE, Hershey’s, HSBC, Wal-Mart, Target, Intuit and many other global organizations.


    To contact james Michael Lafferty please connect with him directly 


    www.http://jamesmichaellafferty.com


    Radio PresentersSerah Lister ( London Studio) Marina Nani ( Los Angeles Studio) 


    with guests from round the wolrd

  • 02:05

    Health Reform Monday

    in Christianity

    “Every man that striveth for the mastery is temperate in all things.”


    Every student needs to understand the relation between plain living and high thinking. It rests with us individually to decide whether our lives shall be controlled by the mind or by the body. The youth must, each for himself, make the choice that shapes his life; and no pains should be spared that he may understand the forces with which he has to deal, and the influences which mold character and destiny.


    Intemperance is a foe against which all need to be guarded. The rapid increase of this terrible evil should arouse every lover of his race to warfare against it. The practice of giving instruction on temperance topics in the schools is a move in the right direction. Instruction in this line should be given in every school and in every home. The youth and children should understand the effect of alcohol, tobacco, and other like poisons in breaking down the body, beclouding the mind, and sensualizing the soul. It should be made plain that no one who uses these things can long possess the full strength of his physical, mental, or moral faculties.


    But in order to reach the root of intemperance we must go deeper than the use of alcohol or tobacco. Idleness, lack of aim, or evil associations, may be the predisposing cause. Often it is found at the home table, in families that account themselves strictly temperate. Anything that disorders digestion, that creates undue mental excitement, or in any way enfeebles the system, disturbing the balance of the mental and the physical powers, weakens the control of the mind over the body, and thus tends toward intemperance. The downfall of many a promising youth might be traced to unnatural appetites created by an unwholesome diet. (Education page 203)

  • 01:59

    The ROAD TO RECOVERY Hosted by Daniel Czuba...ACOA - tonights Guest will return.

    in Radio

    ...Yes, Joe will be returing next Sunday with a deeper explanation into what his journey was like when he started into ACOA - Adult Children Of Alcoholics. Joe's story isn't that unique- however it is his story and it is his journey through these experiences that make Joe the person, the man he is today. Just as what experiences WE all had that makes us who we are today. Some of us had long drawn out challenging lives, some had simplistic, seemingly Beautiful Lives, yet we all turned to some sort of addicitve behavior or "DRUG OF CHOICE" such as Alcohol, Cocaine, Heroin, Prescription meds, Smoking tobacco, Chewing tobacco, sexual addictions, ography,food issues, etc... anything that would give us some sort of temporary escape from the day to day problems that seemed unsurmountable. Join us LIVE as we discuss these & many more issues, & what we did to help us overcome our "DEMONS" finding a path into recovery & somehow managing to stay focused and on target regardless of what the world is doing around us. Who is YOUR HIGHER POWER? While Mine is Jesus Christ - you can identify any thing or any body as yours - because this is a journey and NOT a destination - We may swap stories and ideas along they way - ultimately finding Serenity when we turn OUR WILLS and OUR LIVES over to the care of God as we understand Him.


    Join us EVERY Sunday evening from 7 to 9 Pm - and CALL-IN to share your own thoughts, experiences, or ideas, relating to RECOVERY from ADDICTIONS. Our Call-in Number is 323-580-5755. We welcome new callers & new perspectives. Can't make the show - we are archived for listening on a later date. Email me your thoughts, suggestions, etc... My personal email is daniel@daare.com I look forward to hearing from you soon.OH - and YES, Joe will be back with more of his own Experience, Strength, and Hope. I sure hope YOU can make it!

  • 00:44

    The Decoding Society

    in Politics

    The Decoding Society welcomes back Dr.Phyllis Hubbard of Radiant Healing Strategies to discuss holistic healing strategies for different forms of addiciton (alcohol, tobacco, sugar, prescription drugs, sex, etc.) Showtime is 6:30p EST The call in number is 347-857-1436.

  • Best of the Summer Fancy Food Show with Chef Rachel Weston

    in Radio

    Food, glorious food! The recent summer Fancy Food Show in NY is only a memory, and my huge assortment of samples have been eaten or given away. For you foodies who are wondering what’s new in food, listen up. The Specialty Food Association is a community of food artisans, purveyors, importers and entrepreneurs who bring craft, care and joy to the distinctive foods they sell. Established in 1952, the trade association provides members with tools, knowledge and connections to nurture their companies. The Specialty Food Association produces the Fancy Food Show and presents the sofi Awards (big winner was Pipcorn) to honor excellence in specialty foods. The trends at the FFS predict what we’ll find next on store shelves and included the latest of beverages and sauces, chocolates and cheeses, cocktail mixers and condiments from 2,600 specialty food companies representing 50 countries. In its 61st year, there were over 22,000 attendees. We’re seeing more foods that are organic, gluten free, non GMO, Paleo, Kosher, and Halal. Top trends included ultra spicy condiments, flavored gazpachos, beets in unexpected places, booze infused products like maple syrup, booze from the Port Morris Distillery, fermented foods, popcorn, and coconut everywhere. Chef Rachel Weston and I will share some of our favorite foods from the show (Sin in a Tin for me). After the show, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.