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  • 00:25

    A New Strategy for Suicide Prevention

    in Health

    Drs. Barbara Stanley and J. John Mann will be speaking


    Every year, there are more than 30,000 suicides and ten times as many suicide attempts in the United States.  Better prevention is urgently required. That requires improving our knowledge of the causes of suicidal behavior.  We know psychiatric disorders, most commonly major depression, are associated with suicide. But most people with a psychiatric disorder never attempt suicide. The group at higher risk of suicide have a predisposition to suicidal behavior. Learning about how genes and childhood experiences affect how we deal with stress, depression and make decisions, and how those functions are in turn related to brain functioning are key to understanding why people die by suicide.  The Conte Center for Translational Neuroscience at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, has been at the forefront of this research. 


    Differences in brain circuitry in suicide attempters are linked to the predisposition to suicidal behavior and are the result of a combination of genes and childhood adversity. Evaluating brain circuitry of family members of those who have suicided or made serious nonlethal suicide attempts may identify a higher risk group.  The Conte Center for Suicide Prevention uses two brain imaging modalities, positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), along with several biobehavioral measures to study risk and resilience factors for suicide in patients with major depression. 


    In this radio program, we will describe how we seek to prevent suicide by studying the brain biology and abnormalities in stress coping and mood regulation that increase risk of suicidal behavior, and then seeking ways to reverse these effects.

  • 01:27

    Creating Civil Rights Wealth 4 Gentrification Prevention

    in Real Estate

    On "It's My House" we shall discuss how to Create Civil Rights Wealth to prevent gentrification in your neighborhood.


    Civil Rights Wealth is created when you organize and use "Civic Assets" which are the "Civil Rights TOOLS" that you and your community needs. Doing for yourself instead of allowing the government to do it for you.


    Here are some examples of Civic Assets that can create 'Civil Rights Wealth":



    (Private Court System) Mediation/Arbitration (community liazon)
    Volunteer Fire Department
    Private Hospital (clinic)
    Private Police
    Reading Rooms
    Private Schools.....that teach Law Literacy, Law Enforcement Literacy, Municpality Literacy, Political Literacy, & Generational Wealth.
    Private Transportation Services (Uber) business model or Time Banking business model
    Neighborhood Improvement, Aquistion, & Capitalization.
    Block Parties
    Neighborhood Trust Emergency & Prepardness Team. 


    If your (block or neighborhood) does not have the "fundamental elements" that are listed above....then your neighborhood or community is AT RISK becoming gentrified. 


    Visit our webiste: www.itsmyhouseonline.com


    Listen to "It's My House Radio" @ 712-432-8863

  • 01:01

    2nd Interview With Gregg Loomis: Live: 646-716-7250: Suicide Prevention:

    in Self Help

    This will be my 2nd interview With Gregg Loomis: Suicide Survivior: We will be discussing his journey and his work in the field to lower the suicide rate and instill hope in those who are suffering.

  • 00:50

    Sue Badeau and Tricia Goyer Kick Off National Child Abuse Prevention Month

    in Books

    National Child Abuse Prevention Month is a time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect, and to promote the social and emotional well-being of children and families. During the month of April and throughout the year, communities are encouraged to share child abuse and neglect prevention awareness strategies and activities and promote prevention across the country. It is also the 40th anniversary of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act.

  • 01:01

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    Our guest on this episode will be film maker Bob Hurst and we will be discussing his new documentary "The Listeners - A Film About Suicide Prevention" which follows volunteers who learn to use empathy and skills as they counsel crisis and suicide hotline callers.


    Bob Hurst is a filmmaker with more than 20 years of experience in film, television and related media. His work includes fiction, documentary and experimental films that have been exhibited at festivals nationally and internationally. He has also collaborated with filmmakers as sound supervisor and camera operator on many films, including King Corn (2007), Kansas vs. Darwin (2007), The Only Good Indian (2009), Destination: Planet Negro (2014). These films and others have been shown on national cable networks like Showtime and Starz, and on the PBS television program Independent Lens. Bob has contributed to permanent installation works at the African Burial Ground National Monument in New York and the International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina.


    He is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Film and Media Studies at the University of Kansas who works with a great and inspiring bunch of colleagues with and whom he's also collaborated on films - including Madison Davis Lacy, who executive-produced Paris is Burning and Eyes on the Prize II while at WNYC; and Kevin Willmott, who is co-writing Spike Lee's new film, Chiraq.


    Check out his projects here: Facebook  Twitter  Kickstarter


    Hosted by William Battle


     


     

  • 02:22

    Mondays: Monday is Book Study Day with the Conscious Rasta Keidi Awadu

    in Culture

    Our current study is on the book WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN NO ONE'S EXPECTING: America's Coming Demographic Disaster, by Jonathan V. Last.


    Our daily news, research and educational programming incorporates cutting-edge research with deep background to current news stories as well as practical insights on how to make progress a regular part of our lives.  We cover culture, history, education, economics, business development, health and disease prevention, along with a broad spectrum of other human endeavors.  Our aim is to create a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable society wherein all of our children can live toward their greatest potential. 


    Learn more at www.LIBRadio.com / Archive recordings at www.LIBRadio.com/7MAC


    We are live daily from 8 AM PDT / 11 AM EDT / 4 PM GMT / 6 PM EAT.  You can go to www.LIBRadio.com for a number of viewing and listening options.  Extensive archives of our previous broadcasts are available for instant download at the site as well.  Your support is our means of keeping this valuable news research outlet functioning.  We appreciate that YOU appreciate Culturally Conscious Communications.


     

  • 00:31

    Misty and Chris discuss another tool for overcomming trauma and abuse

    in Spirituality

    Please join us for more techniques on how to overcome fear.  He has used his extra-sensory abilities to protect himself from negative enrgies and environments since childhood. This will be a 30 minute call. All are welcome to join us.

  • 00:31

    Truancy and Crime: A Solution? Part 1

    in Current Events

    Coach advocates for a mandatory work detail for students who are habitually truant. Cee Cee sees the downside such as the likelihood of unequitable enforcement and flagrant violation of civil rights. Who has the better argument? You be the judge.

  • 00:34

    Teen Suicide, Recognition and Prevention...A Frank Discussion

    in Health

    We lose someone to suicide every 12.9 minutes. Teen suicides are on the rise. What can be done?


    This week we are changing things up a bit. 


    On Monday, March 2, 2015 at 8PM eastern Dr Jess Armine will discuss teenage suicide..signs to look for....interventions available...and how to determine when immediate intervention is necessary taken from Terri A. Erbacher, Jonathan B. Singer & Scott Poland. Suicide in Schools: A Practitioner's Guide to Multi-level Prevention, Assessment, Intervention, and Postvention. Routledge, 2015


    Also, since social media is our main method of communication these days, we will intoduce Facebook's new product that will roll out over the next few months to get help for a friend or loved one who created a post that made you concerned about their health. http://svn.tn/60110ak1


    Recently, there have been several teenage suicides and suicide attempts in my local area....this show is my contribution to preventing the loss of our children....please join me. Dr. Jess.

  • 01:00

    Live: Virus, Vaccines and the importance of Anti-viral Aromatherapy Oils.

    in Music

    Topic :  - Virus, Vaccines and the importance of Anti-viral Aromatherapy Oils. 


     Most essential oils have some antiviral properties, but some are much better at combatting and treating viruses than others! Try to start using oils as soon as your symptoms start....it's easier to fend off viruses if they are caught early. In fact, using them as prevention is probably the best course of action! For example, some essential oils are beneficial for improving and boosting your immune system......but certain ones work better against specific viruses. Just to get you started here are some great, easy to get hold of antiviral essential oils such as: bergamot, cinnamon bark, clary sage, clove, dill, anise, eucalyptus, geranium, juniper, lavender, lemongrass, Melissa, neroli, rose, rosemary, tea tree and thyme. 


    More about the Antiviral Essential Oils:Viruses give rise to pro-teiform pathologies, some of which medical science can do nothing to cure. Classic responses to these infections are very limited, so essential oils are a godsend in treating viral problems, from the most common to the most fearsome. The molecules from many chemical families have shown an in-vitro antiviral activity, among them monoterpenols and monoterpenals. The cineole – monoterpenol synergy is used to treat viral pathologies of the respiratory tract (widely seen in temperate climes). This synergy can be found in many essential oils that come from trees of the Myrteceae family; these have been known forever for their interest in the treatment of pulmonary diseases. Another couple, linalool oxide – linalool (Hissopus off. var. decumbens) is also interesting for viral pathologies of the lower respiratory tract. Ketones, and especially rare cryptone, have shown an interesting capacity to fight naked viruses.

  • 01:01

    Ep 19. Addressing Pornography : Breaking the "Silence Code" ~ Join Us

    in Women

    If you think you are not affected or you can never be affected by ography, think again! There is a disease which is running rampage in our society. We are ready to break the "silence code" which continues to allow the disease to fester. Our question today is: Is ography the Problem or is it a Lust Problem? Together, by telling the truth, unveiling ourselves, and learn from others experiences, we can help save our homes, and loved ones who are entangled in the web of deceit.

    "We can no longer keep silent, turn our eyes the other way, and wish this off! This is an attack to steal, kill, and destroy".~ Princess Fumi Hancock, Bestselling Author, Award Wining Fillmaker, Southern warrior

    Statistics: (Undeniable Cold Hard Facts)
    As of 2003, there were 1.3 million ographic websites; 260 million pages (N2H2, 2003). Adults admitting to Internet sexual addiction: 10%; 28% of those are women.More than 70% of men from 18 to 34 visit a ographic site in a typical month (comScore Media Metrix). More than 20,000 images of child ography posted online every week (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 10/8/03). Approximately 20% of all Internet ography involves children (National Center for Mission & Exploited Children). 100,000 websites offer illegal child ography (U.S. Customs Service estimate).As of December 2005, child ography was a $3 billion annual industry .

    The Southern Warrior Sisters will reap apart this  issue of ography, it's impact on our society, our homes, churches, and loved ones who are struggling with the addiction. Hard questions will be asked! Concrete answers and solutions offered! Join is right here on Princess Fumi & Her Southern Warrior Sister Talk Radio.

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