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Due to technical difficulties I will be re recording this episode LIVE on Saturday April 11th.
In this episode I will be discussing how your credit report impacts employment opportunities. This is a great episode for anyone looking to advance in their career, make a change in their career, or for younger people getting out of college pursuing their career.
I will also provide education surrounding credit & student loans and how this plays a role in employment opportunities as well.
Looking forward to it!
In this episode of CreditHavins I will be discussing how your credit impacts insurance premiums for auto, home, and life. This is a question that comes up often, especially concerning auto insurance, and people wondering how credit could possibly be a factor in how much I have to pay for insurance.
MedStar Union Memorial is located in Baltimore City, Maryland.
Their cancer care unit is stepping forward to assist Anna's Journey in raising awareness for various issues that impact patients as they travel through cancer - from diagnosis to treatment to wellness and Survivorship!
Join Anna's Journey as we discuss some resources and issues cancer patients need to think about as they travel the road of cancer. Listen to the show live or in replay. Feel free to share the link from the show with those you feel need to know.
PAWSitive Radio...your leading source for all things leadership, success and resilience...in the corporate and animal world. Your go to show for living a well life with your pets! Join Host Charmaine Hammond, business and leadership expert, professional speaker, bestselling author and Toby the dog's pet parent
Charmaine interviews, Janet Marlow, Founder and CEO of Pet Acoustics Inc. is internationally recognized for her contribution to the understanding of how sound and music affect the behavior of dogs, cats, horses and birds. Janet has been featured on Animal Planet, CNN, Martha Stewart, the NY Times, Wall Street Journal and Good Morning America. She was a featured speaker at the Western Veterinary Conference, 2014. Janet Marlow’s recordings are available on iTunes. She also interviews Lisa Litwinski about the Bring Jake Home Campaign. Jake’s story is one of love, hope, & kindness for a lost dog discovered in a Shelter in another country. Jake is a Lab cross with an out of service # Drayton Valley, Alberta tag who ended up lost and in an Imlay, Michigan Shelter. Lisa is working with the Imlay Rescue & an Edmonton Rescue: Infinite WOOFS making plans for Jake to journey home to a loving foster home while we help him to find his new forever family. https://www.facebook.com/bringjakehometoalberta
To find out about our upcoming Million Acts of Kindness Tour or to order a copy of Toby's books. , check out our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/TheOriginalTeamToby
For people who love travelling, please check out canadiantraveller.com for awesome destinations, travel tips, bucket-list adventures and so much more
workplace safety expert Steve Cohen discusses "Training that Transfers, his new book from ATD Press with '50 High Energy Activities to engage the workforce?"...BEING SURE TRAINING HAS AN IMPACT!
On this episode of DEMA LIVE we will be joined by Philanthropy Expert Ron Poindexter, Senior Learning and Development Specialist for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Before taking a management position with the foundation, Ron worked as an Executive Assistant.
During our discussion we will address how PSP’s impact the ability of their Principals’ to be more involved in philanthropy. This can range from researching various charities to see which organization’s values best align with the principal’s, to managing how personal donations are made to the organizations. Not only is this charity work rewarding to the Principals involved, but working on philanthropic projects can have lasting, positive effects on PSP’s.
As Ron delves into his journey from an Executive Assistant to a management position for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, join us live by either logging or calling in and listening. As always, this is an interactive show so make sure you write those questions down and submit them through our Facebook page, Twitter account #DEMALIVE, email them to email@example.com or just call in! You can meet Ron at the upcoming 2015 DEMA Conference on Leadership in April by regsitering at www.demaconvention.com.
Music for The Mind of The Scientist is a spirt grooving, mind improving time! Join "Music Maestro" Maurice Thompson for intriguing conversation on the science of frequency as well as the collective impacts of music - not to mention a wide range of classic and contemporary musical selections fitting for the Mind of the Scientist!
Hey, Sugar! O how I love thee! We all love the sweet stuff, don't we? Who doesn't? Unfortunately, our bodies don't love it as much as our taste buds do. As rate of obesity, diabetes, heart disease and metabolic syndrome skyrocket, some people are searching for the root causes of these issues.
One root cause, and something completely within our control, is our sugar consumption. Americans on average consume 120 to 180 pounds of sugar a year, up from up from 18 pounds in the early 1800s. A ten fold increase. Think about that! Given this, it's no suprise we are seeing the rates of obesity that we are.
Enter January Newland, sugar detox renegade and founder of January Wellness. January is on the show to discuss how sugar impacts our fertility, pregnancies and overall health and what you can do to kick the sugar habit.
Find out more about her 21 Day Sugar Detox at http://www.januarywellness.com/sugar-detox/.
Find LezBeMommies Radio online at http://www.lezbemommies.com/.
Smoke Signals is back on Blog Talk Radio! We are back to one hour shows and will air a show every Tuesday at 9:30 pm ET. Join the IBI's Tony Lastoria and Jeff Ellis to talk everything Tribe related from the big leagues, the minor leagues and the MLB Draft.
This week Tony and Jeff will review the first week of the season for the Indians, and what a rough one it was. Not only did they show some struggles against left-handed pitching, but the were swept by their division rival the Tigers, suffered a destating injury to catcher Yan Gomes, continue to work through an injury to Michael Brantley and the bullpen is having some issues. They will look at the Gomes injury and how it impacts the Indians in the short and long term, talk about the handling of Michael Brantley, look at the rough first starts from Zach McAllister and T.J. House, discuss the enhancements to Progressive Field, and much more.
Have you ever thought about why we circumcise our little boys in this country? We are told it's healthier for the boy, that it protects them from future health problems. But is that really true? What if there are actually health consequences and risks due to circumcision? And what about the sexual impacts it has on him as a man? On tonight's show we're talking to psychologist Dr. Ronald Goldman about the American tradition of male circucision and why you may want to re-think this procedure for your son.
On this episode we discuss:
* The history of circumcision and it's "anti-mastrubation" beginnings
* The health risks of circumcision
* The actual procedure of circumcision for a newborn boy
* The sexual and psychological impacts on boys and men from circumcision
* Why this practice of cutting off a functional part of a male's body continues to this day
Find out more about Dr. Goldman and his work at the Circumcision Resource Center at http://circumcision.org/.
Find LezBeMommies Radio online at http://www.lezbemommies.com/.
oin us for HIV/AIDS discussion bringing awarness to the community.
Historically, the HIV/AIDS epidemic has affected more men than women. However, if new HIV infections continue at their current rate worldwide, women with HIV may soon outnumber men with HIV.
HIV infection impacts a growing number of women in Illinois each year. Nearly 7,000 women in Illinois are currently known to be living with HIV and/or AIDS. Many hundreds of other women are probably living with HIV even though they are unaware of their own infection.
HIV/AIDS disproportionately impacts African-American women in Illinois and the United States. Nationally, HIV infection is the leading cause of death for African-American women between the ages of 25 and 34. In Illinois, the number of HIV cases among African-American women continues to climb. Roughly 68 percent of Illinois women living with HIV are African American, while African Americans only make up 15 percent of the Illinois population. Caucasian women account for 16 percent of Illinois women living with HIV, while the Caucasian population represents more than 73 percent of Illinois residents. Latina women represent roughly 11 percent of the HIV/AIDS cases in women, while 13 percent of the Illinois population is Latino. Roughly 4 percent of women with HIV are from Native American, Asian, Pacific Islander and other communities.
Women in their 30s are the most likely to be living with HIV/AIDS, and almost all Illinois women living with HIV are between the ages of 20 and 50.
NORTH FLORIDA WRITER TALKS CONTINUES ON CONSERVATIVE REPORT RADIO WITH A TOPIC OF CRITICAL IMPORTANCE TO ALL AMERICANS.
THIS WILL BE THE FINAL IN A THREE PART INTERVIEW SERIES ON SMALL RURAL PROPERTY LANDOWNER ISSUES IN FLORIDA. MANY OF THESE ISSUES APPLY TO THE GENERAL POPULACE AS WELL. TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:
THE IMPACT OF UNBRIDLED GROWTH
WATER NEEDS AND AVAILABILITY
THE POLITICAL CLIMATE OF THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS
THE IMPACT ON QUALITY OF LIFE AND FREEDOM
THE RIGHTS OF THE AVERAGE AMERICAN
HOW THIS IMPACTS NOT JUST FLORIDA BUT THE ENTIRE COUNTRY
JOIN ME, JAMES DICK, YOUR HOST ON NORTH FLORIDA WRITER TALKS (NORTH FLORIDA WRITER.COM). MY GUEST WILL AGAIN BE KAREN CHADWICK AS WE CONTINUE TALKING SPECIFIC EXAMPLES IN FLORIDA SHOWING THE PROBLEMS BREWING REGARDING A CLEAN AND PLENTIFUL WATER SUPPLY. YOUR CALL IN COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS WILL BE WELCOMED.
SUPPORTING ARTICLES: http://www.northfloridawriter.com/blog/whatcha-gonna-do-when-the-well-runs-dry