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On the Wednesday, October 1st 2014 broadcast at 2PM Pacific/5PM Eastern our special guest is Florence Comite, MD. Dr. Comite is an endocrinologist specializing in the emerging field of 'precision medicine'.
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Dr. Florence Comite is a noted Manhattan endocrinologist. Dr. Comite graduated from Yale University School of Medicine in 1976 with awards for original research and continued at Yale with a residency in Medicine. She then completed a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology (multidisciplinary training incorporating Medicine, Pediatrics, Gynecology and Andrology) at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). She remained at NIH as a Senior Clinical Associate until 1984 and joined the Yale faculty in 1985, where she continued her clinical efforts and research focused on Hypothalamic – Pituitary – Gonadal function in men, women, and children. From 1988 to 1998, Dr. Comite founded and directed Women’s Health at Yale as an Associate Professor in Endocrinology in the Department of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics as well as Reproductive Endocrinology in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. From 1994 to 1995, Dr. Comite was a senior Clinical and Research Advisor to the NIH Offices of Alternative Medicine (OAM) and Research in Women’s Health (ORWH). Dr. Comite is a member of the Age Management Medicine Group, conference planning committee, and has served on numerous advisory councils and committees with the NIH, the Egyptian Ministry of Health, the International Spa Association, the Institute of Medicine.
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Georgette Jupe has a great blog titled Girl in Florence. It is packed with awesome tips, insight, and a refreshing perspective about how to make the most of your time in Florence from where to get the best Moscow Mule, to a cup of tea, her favorite restaurants that you won't find on any other list, how to plan your trip before you get to Florence, what to do when you get there, impressive locals, and tons of travel tips.
We are cut from the same cloth in that we like to find hidden gems and share them with everyone. I challenge you to find one other site that will list any of the following:
1. Where to get a Moscow Mule in Florence
2. What's odd in Florence
3. Where to get a cup of Tea in Florence
4. A list of the best Pizza spots by a local
5. Ethnic (read not Italian) fare in Florence
6. Places that deliver food in Florence
7. Where to get the best Aperitivo in Florence
8. Where to enjoy Brunch in Florence
9. A list of WiFi Spots in Florence
10. A concise list of where else to travel in Italy by a local expert
This list could continue forever so I'll stop here and ask you to check out Girl in Florence yourself.
This is a great site that can't be missed if you want to get the most of your visit to one of the most amazing cities in the world.
FLorence City Councilman Ed Robinson will be joining us this morning "In the Pickle Barrel"'.
In the heat of the Feguson, MO racially motivated protest-turned-riots, Florence Citycouncilman Ed Robinson told the local newspaper, the Morning News, Florence (my hometown)..."at a boiling point here that has not exploded yet".
Ed Robinson, the flamboyant, controversial, outspoken and sometimes "over-the-top" City Councilman who many love to hate has never stepped back from making such statements. It is not unusal for Councilman Robinson to profess (in his words), "...the plight of my people".
Councilman Robinson has agreed to a no holes barred conversaion on this topic.
The morning is certainly primed for some interestiing exchange of words and thoughts. You can join in the conversion by jumping "in the Barrell" with us at 7AM-8:30AM. THe chatroom will be open and you can call in at 1-855-236-2486 to share your thoughts and to ask questions.
Tune in this coming Tuesday to Casino Talk w/Brooke Dunn and this week’s guest Douglas Florence, vice president of strategic operations for eConnect Global. Florence will give listeners the inside scoop on surveillance technology innovations in the gaming industry.
Topics will include new innovation in tools and techniques for surveillance technology; overcoming the traditional surveillance department resistance to adopting technology in gaming operations while meeting the need for game protection; and how technology will contribute to how casinos can mitigate losses to fraud, investigate scams, resolve disputes, improve customer service and maintain public trust.
Also joining Dunn as a guest on the show is comedian Bobby Slayton.
Florence Henderson, our favorite TV mom of all time, is returning to Feisty Side of Fifty Radio to share more about her life, her career and her outlook on aging with attitude. Always one to stretch herself, Florence has penned her autobiography, Life is Not a Stage: From Broadway Baby to a Lovely Lady and Beyond, strutted her stuff on Dancing With the Stars, competed on Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off, hosted numerous shows for RLTV and dedicated her time and resources to her favorite charities.
How does she do it? Let’s find out from this feisty lady herself. Believe me, you won’t want to miss this one!
Today mystery and histroical author Florence Weinberg is the guest on my show.
Florence has produced eight novels, ranging from fantasy to historical romance and mystery. Five are in print as well as one in press: three historical novels, a romance about the French Renaissance, published in France in French translation, a novel about the founding of San Antonio, and a third novel about the so-called Chamuscado/Rodriguez Expedition, in 1581, forty years after Coronado's.
Three historical mysteries star the eighteenth-century Jesuit missionary Fr. Ignaz (Ygnacio) Pfefferkorn. Two of these are set in the Sonora Desert and the third in an ancient monastery in Spain. The book in press is the second Sonora mystery novel, Sonora Wind.
Douglas L. Florence Sr., CPP, is a surveillance and gaming operations expert who has spent more than 20 years working in the gaming industry. He is currently the business development director of global gaming for Avigilon. Florence joins us on today's show to give us the latest news and events happening at Avigilon.