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  • 00:30

    Do the Right Thing ~ Right!

    in Business

    This week's show will feature a guest who will share an ethical dilemma that he faced.   Ahmard Vital is a sports media analyst who evolved into a keynote motivational speaker and author. After nearly a decade of studying the success habits of high achieving athletes, he developed a philosophy, which is not only documented in his book Awaken the Baller Within, but also shared in his keynotes for athletic organizations and companies across the country.

  • 00:31

    Vaccination: Who Has the Right to Choose

    in Health

    In the news, the consequence of not getting children vaccinated against measles virus is headline. Do parents have the right to choose whether their children receive available childhood diseases vaccines?  The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends getting 28 doses of 10 vaccines for kids aged newborn to six years old. All 50 states require vaccinations for children entering public schools but  all issue medical exemptions, 48 states, excluding Mississippi and West Virginia, permit religious exemptions, and 19 states allow an exemption for philosophical reasons.


    .Proponents say that vaccination is safe and one of the greatest health developments of the 20th century. They point out that illnesses, including rubella, diphtheria, smallpox, polio, and whooping cough, are now prevented by vaccination and millions of children’s lives are saved. Opponents say that children’s immune systems can deal with most infections naturally, and that injecting questionable vaccine ingredients into a child may cause side effects, including seizures, paralysis, and death. They contend that numerous studies prove that vaccines may trigger problems like autism, ADHD, and diabetes


    From 1989 to July 1, 2014, the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) made 3,645 compensation payments of over $2.7 billion in awards and $113.2 million to cover legal costs.  About 30,000 cases of adverse reactions to vaccines have been reported annually to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) since 1990Thimerosal, formaldehyde, and aluminum, are added to vaccines to improve stability. After public outcry, thimerosal was  reduced to trace amounts in vaccines  for children under 6 years old.


     The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimated that 732,000 American children were saved from death and 322 million cases of childhood illnesses were prevented between 1994 and 2014 due to vaccination. 

  • 01:06

    Make The Vision Plain

    in Entrepreneur

    Overcoming The Obstacles

  • 01:00

    WHY DO THIS WORLD MAKE WRONG RIGHT AND MAKE RIGHT WRONG?

    in Radio

    WHY DO THIS WORLD LOVE WRONG OVER RIGHT,WHAT GOD, SAY DON'T DO THIS WORLD SAY IT'S OK YOU CAN DO IT WE WILL MAKE IT OUR LAW,NOT GOD LAW.


     

  • 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. 

  • 00:32

    Do the Right Thing ~ Right

    in Business

    This week's show will feature Twana Lawler and she will share an ethical dilemma she has experienced.


     


     

  • 00:32

    Do the Right Thing ~ Right!

    in Business

    You can tell everything about a person by looking at his integrity. Since people build companies, you can tell everything about a company by looking at its peoples' integrity.  This week's guest, Jeff Beale, best-selling author and marketing strategist, helps businesses leverage their knowledge to gain authority status in their industry, then uses "Authority Marketing" to generate higher converting leads.  He will share an ethical dileemma and how he resolved it.


     


     

  • 00:32

    Do the Right Thing ~ Right

    in Business

    This week's show fill feature Tom Cirignano who will discuss an ethical dilemma he faced.


    Tune in at 12noon CST on Thursday, January 15th


     


    Thomas Cirignano moved to South Boston as a young man and took over his father's auto repair business. He later went on to author two books:  His autobiography, titled, The Constant Outsider: Memoirs of a South Boston Mechanic, gives readers a chilling look at what went on in South Boston during the 1970s and '80s, the era of mobster "Whitey" Bulger's reign of terror," as Tom calls it. Due to its time and place in Boston's tumultuous history, along with the situations and people Tom encountered, The Constant Outsider is an exciting story in its own right. But in Tom's second book, titled, 67 Cents: Creation of a Killer, he explores an even more bizarre existence. Within this fictional adaptation of his memoir, Tom answers the following question which had lurked in the back of his mind for years. "How might my life have evolved had I taken the alternate path to crime and violence which truly was available to me?" 


               For further information and to learn more about Tom, visitwww.TheConstantOutsider.com.

  • 01:51

    It Is Time To Get It Right

    in Christianity

    It is time for man to stop thinking that he is so important and remeber God made heaven and earth and without him we can do nothing. God is not likr humans he make things and never have to show off to get credit for making it. He know who he is and what he has done.

  • 00:30

    Do the Right Thing ~ Right!

    in Business

    Dawn James, Conscious Living expert, author of several books on living with less stress and more peace ..shares some ethical dilemmas she encountered in the corporate world. her website www.raiseyourvibration.ca 

  • 00:30

    Do The Right Thing ~ Right!

    in Business

    Happy New Year from Do the Right Thing ~ Right!


    This week’s show will feature Steve Williams who will talk about an ethical dilemma that he faced.


    An expert in relationships of all stages from the single life to the married life and all points in between, Steve Williams teaches men and women how to unplug themselves from the dating matrix of TV, Radio, and magazines.


    Instead, Steve’s upfront no-nonsense blunt dating advice goes against every thing people have been taught. This isn’t “Chicken Soup for the Soul”. Instead Steve believes that In order to get your dating life right with the opposite sex, you first have to get yourself right.