• 01:00

    Casino Talk w/ Brooke Dunn: Rob Bone

    in Business

    When Global Cash Access (GCA) announced last fall that it was buying Multimedia Games, it spurred some head shaking in the industry. Why would a company focused on cash transactions in the gaming industry want to get into the slot-making business? Well, it turns out the now-completed $1.2 billion acquisition makes a lot of sense, and joining Casino Talk show host Brooke Dunn to discuss the Multimedia Games purchase and much more about GCA's focus in the coming months is Rob Bone, vice president of sales and marketing for the company.

  • 01:00

    Why Exercise is Essential to Bone Health

    in Health

    Join Partners in Health talk show host Gail Dixon  as we discuss several types of exercise that will improve your overall bone health.


    Bones are living tissue which change in thickness, mass and shape through use.  Similar to muscles, bones require certain types of movements to strengthen them. However, it is important to do the right type of exercise, especially for people who may have bone deficiencies such as osteopenia or osteoporosis.


    In addition, did you know that balance is also extremely important, especially for people with bone density issues in order to prevent falls which could have the devasting effect of fracture.


    Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.


     


     

  • 00:06
  • 01:30

    Power of Bone Marrow: Be the MATCH?

    in Motivation

    From leukemia to inherited blood diseases like sickle cell anemia, a bone marrow transplant can be an important part of treatment.  Dr. Rex Crawley was a tireless advocate for and former board member of Be The Match (http://www.bethematch.org/) and made it his mission to shed light on the need for African-American bone marrow donors, even up until his death.  Along with Rex’s wife, Daria, our guest Howard Russell has taken the mantle to further Dr. Crawley’s mission of shedding light on the need for African-American bone marrow donors and the need for African-Americans to get registered.  Join our host Eric J. Powell on onCUE! Radio Sunday tonight @6pm CST (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oncue) to about the drive to register and answering our question of the day, will you Be the MATCH?


    DON’T MISS IT!


    More on Howard… http://cueleadership.com/oncue/ or  https://www.facebook.com/BeTheMatch/posts/10151904891105846.

  • 01:00

    What's on the other side?

    in Paranormal

    tonight on whats on the other side? I will share a bone chilling tail of ghosts In the Chicago area. Rodney Johnson will join us once agian to talk all things paranorma

  • 00:29

    Scientific Proof that "You Make Me Sick"

    in Health

    Research in brain biochemistry contributes to a new understanding of mind and body,psychoneuroimmunology,  where the core idea is that cells in the brain are lined with many specific "receptors" which constantly share information. There exists “molecules of emotions, known as neuropeptides  associated with mood changes:endorphins (happy hormones), insulin (blood sugar control), vasopressin (blood pressure control), sex hormone, and serotonin . Immune cells, bone marrow and gut cells also have receptors. A variety of peptides act as "information substances" - and each of them affects our mind, our emotions, our immune system, our digestion and other bodily functions. These changes are strongly linked to changes in the immune system. The Phrase, “You make me sick”, take on new meaning when there is scientific evidence to support it. Emotions can suppress or enhance immune function. Depending on the thoughts and emotions, specific neuropeptides are made in the brain and nervous system, white blood cells, reproductive system, digestive system and heart. A two-way network is formed between mind and body.


    Emotions - bitterness, unresolved anger, resentment, fear and worry- constantly trigger your stress response and are stored in the cell memory. Stress and depression can suppress the activity the white blood cells that are the body’s first line of defense against cancer and invading organisms. Cells in the immune system are responsive to all 90 neuropeptides, that are triggered by our thoughts and emotions. Constantly thinking of resentful, angry thoughts and feelings that grow allows the thoughts to become emotions, then  neuropeptides influence cell function. Diseases of the immune system-, cancer, allergies, arthritis, infections, ulcerative colitis, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis  result from this. 

  • 01:01

    LIVE! with Cathi-Banned in 1920-Beverage increases bone density!

    in Fitness

    FROM THE JOURNAL OF NATURAL HEALTH...Banned in 1920...proven to build stronger bones in 2014.  New studies confirm this ingredient in a once illegal beverage increases bone density.


    WHAT IF one of the best things you could take for your bones was banned in 1920.


    WHAT IF that ingredient was perfectly legal, safe, and available without a prescription.


    WHAT IF I told you it's available RIGHT NOW, but you have to be older enough to purchase it.


    WHAT IF I told you that drinking this beverage could help keep your body strong.


    WHAT IF I told you the bone building ingredients banned in 1920 and now is legal IS FOUND IN BEER!


    STAY TUNED...


    The story of Betsy age 107...etc.


    This beverage helps build...etc.


    This ingredient improves leg bone...etc.


    Ingredient comes from THE HOPS IN...etc.


    A TOAST TO YOUR HEALTH!


     

  • 02:01

    WEDNESDAY WITH WIT

    in Politics

    Originally started during Summer 2013 with Thomas Witt, executive director, Equality Kansas the largest premier statewide organization for the LGBT communities.


    Program Summary: 28 Jan. 2015


    Segment Summary:  1st Hour - “This Way Out” the international gay and lesbian radio magazine. (30 min.)


    Then Amanda Marcotte’s outstanding “RH Reality Cast” from the vital news web site RH Reality Check. (30 min. ca.) On this episode of Reality Cast, Jeff Teague of Planned Parenthood explains the fallout from Tennessee’s new abortion law. In another segment, host Amanda Marcotte discusses how Roe‘s anniversary brings out goofy anti-choicers again, and Obama exposes conservative hypocrisy on the family values question.


    2nd Hour: @Naomi_Fowler's outstanding TaxCast courtesy the Tax Justice Network. Then Kenneth Dowst's New World Notes latest "General Weirdness."


     


     

  • 00:28

    Backbone, Wishbone, Funny bone

    in Spirituality

    We need three bones in life to be in sync with our natural state of wonder and promise. We start out 100% and then we're off to the races, wishing, bumping, and being bumped. We're equipped with all we need and a perfect system is in place. But, what and how are working for us to help us on this roadtrip? A zest for life, a foundation to sustain us, and a great sense of humor, most of all self-directed, are imperative. Let's examine our need and uses for our wishbone, our backbone, and our funny bone on the next Ram Michael's The Real You. 

  • 02:01

    The Playlist Radio Show

    in Entertainment

    Getting use to our NEW HOME here at Sinncere Radio we have a mixture of some of the hottest INDIE & MAJOR artists on ALL RADIO! We have dope exclusives from Rych, Duane Scott, Une3k, Flowsicka, Miilk Bone, Jay Smallz, Block 100 and more! Make your REQUESTS, SHOUTS or LISTEN by phone 347-850-8632! Its The Playlist Ya'll!!!!!

  • 01:02

    Bone Damage in Myeloma with Dr. Amrita Krishnan

    in Health

    We are talking about Bone Damage in Myeloma with hematologic oncologist, Dr. Amrita Krishnan, City of Hope. Dr. Krishnan director of City of Hopes Clinical Multiple Myeloma Program, seeks to battle one of the least understood cancers and make gains in one of the most rapidly changing areas in cancer research.

Results Per Page: 12 | 24 | 48
Loading...
Loading...