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James Smolev, MD, chief of Urology at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital will visit with Anna's Journey to discuss the importance of early detection and the possibility of a 90+% chance of recovery from Prostate Cancer.
As September is Prostate Cancer Awareness... and following this past weekend's big walk for Prostate Cancer, Anna's Journey is doing more to help raise that awareness... with the help of Dr. Smolev, listeners will have the opportunity to share this info with all those in their family, with friends and anyone else who may need to hear it.
Problems - We all have them, but we all have a purpose too. Which do you focus on and what difference does that make in your life? Today we'll be talking about finding your purposes in life, prioritizing them and allowing your purpose to be more important than your problems. The fun starts at 11am Eastern Standard Time and the chat room will be open. Catch the archive if you miss us live and live your purpose every single day.
Dr. Greene and the principals focused on a variety of topics, but probably the biggest: the importance of shifting away from focusing on behaviors (and modifying them) and toward the problems giving rise to those behaviors (and solving them).
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Repetitive Problems, Albert Einstein and a Big Chunk of Poop…
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Susy and Dr. Greene covered a lot of ground on today's program, including helping a mom whose daughter has been diagnosed with generalized and social anxiety get more focused on her daughter's specific lagging skills and unsolved problems.
Roughly 4 million people are born on the street and die on the street in India every day.18 million people starve to death every year in world.
There is a net gain of 9000 new borns per hour over the number of deaths.
Bangladesh, a country the size of Iowa, has a population of 167 million which is more people than live in Russia. The Islamic leaders in that country do not allow birth control.
10 million children die every year from starvation or starvation related diseases.
The world population grows by 77 million people annually.
The United States is the third fastest growing country in the world because of immigration.
America will add 100 million people by 2035 because of immigration.
Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and California don't possess enough water for their residents. The largest user of water is agriculture which uses 70% of the water.
The depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer. The Ogallala Aquifer is a shallow water table aquifer located beneath the Great Plains in the United States. One of the world's largest aquifers, it underlies an area of approximately 174,000 mi² (450,000 km²) in portions of eight states: (South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas). Depletion is accelerating, with 2% lost between 2001 and 2009 alone. Certain aquifer zones are now empty; these areas will take over 6,000 years to replenish naturally through rainfall. The Ogallala used to have an average depth of 240 feet; however, today its average depth is just 80 feet. There is Texas town called Happy which has lost all of its water because of the depletion Ogallala Aquifer so their farmers can no longer farm the land there. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says that in 60 years the plains will be uneconomical to farm. We have built cities towns and farms around something that is unsustainable. About 71 percent of our water is used to irrigate our food