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Join Host Dr. Loretta Faith Harris and Co-Host Yolanda “Yo-Trip” Triplett as they discuss the show topic, “Veronica Nealy-Morris & KISS” during the Triumphant Living radiobroadcast.
Veronica is a published author, motivational speaker, successful business owner, and also the founder of KISS. We will share intimate conversations with Veronica who will discuss her book, KISS, and her accomplishments. The Blog Talk Radio community is invited to tune in Wednesday, September 26, 2012 from 6:30-7:00 pm EST.
Host Marie Hulett talks with Michael Shelby of the Fetch Foundation and how they stepped up and delivered Pet Oxygen masks to San Diego County during their recent fire storms,courtesy of many donors who pitched in the money for each device. Then, after our halftime break, Zahara Nealy from the Pasadena Humane Society will have some great tips to share that go along with National Dog Bite Prevention Week
Our first guest is Joy Elan, poet, writer, activist, from Oakland and Berkeley, CA. She received her undergraduate degree in African American Studies at UC Berkeley and her graduate degree in Education at Stanford University. She has taught at a community college and is currently working with urban youth in the San Francisco Bay Area. http://joyelan.webs.com/ Next we speak to Nicholas Bearde, singer, and Perry L. Lang, Executive Director of Black Coalition on AIDS and Rafiki Wellness about their collaboration this Sunday, June 1, in a new concert series at Rafiki Wellness Center, 601 Cesar Chavez Street, San Francisco, 415-615-9945, http://www.bcoa.org/ and http://www.nicolasbearde.com/ Julia Chigamba and DeLisa Branch-Nealy join us for an encore conversation about Chinyakare's recent performance in Washington DC and the company's upcoming show next week, June, 7, 2014, 9 p.m., at Ashkanaz Music and Dance Center in Berkeley. http://www.chinyakare.com/ We close with First Edition lead musician Damu Sudii Alii and his son, Jabari Alii, featured guest this weekend at an encore performance at thr 57th Street Gallery in Oakland, Sat., May 31, 2014, 8:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Tickets $15. https://www.facebook.com/FirstEditionTrio and http://www.57thstreetgallery.com/
Donna Nealy is a Certified Nutritional Consultant through the Life Extension Center in Houston Texas. She is also certified as a International Sports Science Association Fitness Trainer. The emphasis of this show will be on health & fitness from a Biblical Perspective. Are shrimp "sea roaches"?
Host Marie Hulett talks with two of the Pet Place Listeners’ favorite guests: Pet Place Pet Psychic Teri Steuben, who’s just come back from helping clients in Europe! She has an amazing connection to animals and can help with behavior issues, fear, troubling histories, you name it. She even has some tips for disaster planning, because pets won’t be able to understand what’s going on if you have to evacuate in a hurry…and that can be a big issue. After our halftime break, Zahara Nealy from the Pasadena Humane society has some terrific news about their brand new facility that just opened its doors this week. It is truly a shelter you MUST visit because it has all the bells and whistles needed to keep pets safe and healthy, find them permanent homes, and offer continual support to pet parents.
Host Marie Hulett talks with Zahra Nealy from the Pasadena Humane Society about current news from the shelter. If you’ve never been to the Pasadena Humane Society, you really need to consider paying them a visit because they have so many wonderful programs, from training classes, to fun events, to pet adoption services that are phenominal. We’ll hear more from Zahra. Then, after our halftime break, Steve Appelbaum from animal behavior college will be dropping by to share some training tips to prepare your pets and keep them safe through the chaotic holiday season. Even if your pet is well-trained, you’ll probably want to consider some refresher courses to avoid any trouble.
More and more people are falling victim to identity theft. Tami Nealy the Senior Director of Corporate Communications for Life Lock will be my guest to discuss how to protect your identity and your hard earned cash.
Also we will be discussing the Stand Your Ground Law, as well as Al Sharptons City Wide call to action.
Over 40% of people over the age of 65 take 5-9 medications every day. And 40% of these use at least one medicaiton inappropriately.
Every year there are nealy 100,000 ER visits by people 65 years and older due to adverse drug interactions.
Although we've visited in the past a bit about medications, this episode goes into much more detail on the risks seniors face daily with medications and steps on how to minimize them.
This episode is a must listen to for anyone taking several meds themselves or for those helping them.
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