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  • 00:21

    Life's Short Stories

    in Entertainment

    This is Audio Art for your entertainment and purchasing. This tale's brought back by much popular demand. It seems like you can't get enough of the mean clergy colonel who, without batting an eye, would lay you low. Let me again tell you that this tale is strictly a work of fiction, no matter what you think you've heard or even seen, and bear no resemblance on any events and characters.


     

  • 00:17

    Life's Short Stories

    in Entertainment

    This is absolutely the last part of this talked-about tale. To stop your many calls of what you may think you know, this tale is strictly the work of fiction and bear no resemblance on the characters. So, just quell the gossip about my associations you've might have been hearing or contributing. Just sit back and enjoy this last segment with tight lips.

  • 00:17

    Life's Short Stories

    in Entertainment

    This is the second part of this talked-about and hate mail tale. All persons,events, places and sexual events are ficttious and bear no resemblance on persons living and dead,and etc.

  • 00:22

    Life's Short Stories

    in Entertainment

    This is contempory Audio Drama with on the spot recording to give the scenes that touch of realism. YOU ARE THERE to picture your own scenes and behaviors. Control yourself. This tale is a work of fiction no matter what you've heard.

  • 01:00

    Short Track News Radio 6/22/15

    in Sports

    Tune in tonight LIVE at 8PM as Gary, Dan and Steve talk all things Chicagoland racing. We'll have Grundy & Illiana results and talk about the GARS series that ran at Illiana over the weekend.

  • 01:52

    In Short Order -- Dr. Charles McWilliams

    in Health

    His Excellency, Prof. [Dr. of Med.] Charles McWilliams is a doctor practicing integrated medicine who does missionary service around the world. He is the Grand Master of the Sacred Medical Order of the Knights of Hope. He maintains a large medical practice on Nevis Island in addition to his ministerial and teaching duties. His early career completed studies with a major in Biology at the University of North Carolina (1976); Acupuncture with the Occidental Institute and the North American College of Acupuncture, Oregon (1978); Chinese Herbalism with the North American College of Chinese Herbalism and National Institute of Chinese Medicine, Hong Kong; and completed a Doctorate in Homeopathic Medicine with the Institutum Internationale Homeopatiae, Mexico City. In 1981 he established the first state licensed school for acupuncture in Florida, The American School of Oriental and Homeopathic Therapy (1981-86).In 1988 he relocated theSchool to Nevis Island and changed the name to the PanAmerican School of Natural Medicine where it remains active and online today, with teaching campuses on Nevis and Ecuador. He received doctorates in Naturopathic Medicine with the Yunami Institute, the International Naturopathic College (Hong Kong) and following with a Doctorate – Medico Naturopata (Medical Naturopath) – La Escuela Superior Politecnic Ecologia Amazonica (La Republica del Ecuador, Feb. 29, 2008). He is a licensed naturopathic physician on Nevis and in the Republic of Ecuador.

  • 01:52

    In Short Order -- Dr. Sherry Rogers

    in Health

    Dr. Sherry A. Rogers, is board certified by the American Board of Environmental Medicine, is a Fellow of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, and has over 25 years board certified by the American Board of Family Practice. She has been in solo private practice in environmental medicine for 38 years in Syracuse, NY where she sees patients from all over the world.


    Her landmark books include Detoxify Or Die, Tired Or Toxic?, No More Heartburn, Pain Free In 6 Weeks, and Wellness Against All Odds. The monthly referenced newsletter, Total Wellness is designed to save money in office visits by keeping folks abreast of the latest findings in between books. She is also available to lecture for large groups in your hometown.


    She has taught over 100 physician courses in 6 countries including lectures at Oxford and 4 major international IAQ symposia, published over a dozen books including the landmark book Detoxify Or Die, 20 scientific papers, textbook chapters, was environmental medicine editor for Internal Medicine World Report, has a referenced newsletter for 19 years, a non–patient phone consulting service, a lecture service, is the guest on over 100 radio shows a year, and more.

  • 01:01

    In Short Order -- Sylvia Lafair

    in Health

    Sylvia Lafair, PhD, co-founder and President of Creative Energy options began her career in psychology to explore why people do what they do in personal relationships. Seeing the connection between how families behave and how work teams operate, she developed corporate team building activities to stop office politics and enhance team communication and collaboration.


    She loves to tell the following story:


    “My husband, Herb Kaufman and I had developed one of the most well respected personal growth centers in Philadelphia.


    A participant in one of the seminars asked Sylvia if she would work with his senior leadership team. Her surprised response was “Why?” His response was ‘They’re fighting.” Her retort was “So what.” And what he said next led to a career change that has been amazing and totally unexpected.


    He was thoughtful when he responded “Look, you work with families and you help them learn to get along better. My team is like a family and they need to learn to work together more effectively.”


    “That,” as Dr. Sylvia Lafair said, “was when the light bulb went on. No one else had put the two together. Think of it this way, there are bosses like parents, co-workers like siblings, salaries like allowances, and even time outs called performance improvement plans.”


    "My research shows that much as we like to believe our behavior is entirely rational, our thoughts and actions are often driven by the roles we learned in our families as children. And under pressure, we tend to revert to old patterns, often creating workplace drama that diverts attention from the business and undermines productivity. Once individuals see how their stress behavior shows up at work and what to do about it, they immediately take these new insights home with them.”


     


     

  • In Short Order -- Dr. Sylvia Lafair

    in Health

    Sylvia Lafair, Ph.D. is President of Creative Energy Options, Inc. (CEO), a global consulting company that
    targets and transforms workplace patterns for success. Sylvia has hiked the Inca Trail into Machu Picchu, has eaten indiscernible stew in the Amazon, and bungee jumped in New Zealand. When she lands long enough, she writes books, gives speeches, and leads seminars. Sylvia, ever the pioneer, retooled her skills as a noted family therapist to become a leadership expert and executive coach. In the workplace she helps teams find the sweet spot of cooperation and productivity.


    Dr. Lafair’s programs and executive coaching helps decrease conflict and increase cooperation in the workplace. Her award winning book ‘Don’t Bring It to Work’ (Jossey-Bass 2009) is listed as one of the top nine books for every boss to read; one of the top twenty books for emerging leaders, and has won ten awards nationally and internationally.


    Dr. Lafair’s research shows that, much as we like to believe that our behavior is entirely rational, our thoughts and actions are often driven by the roles we learned in our families as children for safety and survival. Under pressure, we tend to revert to old patterns, often creating workplace drama that diverts attention from business and undermines productivity.


    Other award winning books are: ‘GUTSY: How Women Leaders Make Change,’ (earning six book awards), and Dr. Lafair’s newest book, ‘UNIQUE: How Story Sparks Diversity, Inclusion, and Engagement’ (with two book awards to date and counting).

  • 00:30

    Short Track News Radio 6/29/15

    in Sports

    After having lots of rain in the area last weekend, we hope to be dry for the big 4th of July racing weekend coming up. Join Dan, Gary and Steve LIVE at 8PM as they talk all things racing.
     

  • 00:55

    In Short Order -- Jerry Anderson -- VieLight

    in Health

    Is it possible to be well with something as simple as light? Once you understand how light behaves on our cells, your answer will be YES!


    Novel approach of using light to signal the body to correct vascular imbalances concludes the world’s first published double blind-study.  Researchers reported that placing a small red light in the sinus cavity makes:



    Improvements in blood viscosity, and red blood cell aggregation (associated with many diseases including diabetes)
    Improvements of blood lipid metabolite including decreased total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol while increasing HDL cholesterol.
    Study conclusion (intranasal) light therapy may improve blood lipid and hemorheologic behavior in patient with Coronary Heart Disease or Cerebral-Infraction


    The sinus cavity is easy access to deliver light to the “command center” of the body, the hypothalamus, pineal and pituitary glands.  This area is saturated with photo receptors which respond to light. 


    Imagine a device the size of a few stacked credit cards, which may improve blood pressure, cholesterol, and diabetes: a universal adaptogenic remedy to reverse the effects of degenerative diseases (aging).   


    A medical breakthrough in self-healthcare which is a small light inserted into 1 nostril for 25 minutes per day during almost any other activity including driving, watching TV, exercising.


    There is a large body of evidence from over 50 years of international studies on “blood irradiation” which has many names from blood photo-luminesce to photo oxidation. 


    This emerging new science is called PBM (Photo Bio-Modulation). 


     

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