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On the second episode of Mocking the Draft, Dan Kadar and Matthew Fairburn discuss the upcoming Supplemental draft with a focus on two wide receivers. With the NFL Scouting Combine possibly undergoing a rule change, Kadar and Fairburn weigh in on the issue. They also break down the top offensive linemen in the 2014 NFL Draft and take some more draft questions.
The annual LaxDirt Live MLL Radio Preview of the Major League Lacrosse Supplemental Draft. Tim Thomas, Tom Bovee and James Boger discuss team needs and potential early picks and dimonds in the ruff. Guests include, Chazz Woodson, Jovan Miller and more.
A recap of all the players picked and which teams improved from The Major League Lacrosse 2013 Supplemental Draft. Hosted by Tim Thomas and Tom Bovee with guests Mark Millon, Rob Clark and many more.
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Dr. Jennifer Daniels’ show entitled, "Healing with Dr. Daniels" airs every Tuesday at 6:00 pm EST. The show reveals the workings behind the Modern Health System, how it creates illness and how to avoid this planned outcome. Dr. Daniels provides insights and solutions.
This week's Topic: Are Supplement additives detracting from your health? People are seeking to avoid dangerous chemicals and unwittingly expose themselves to the same additives that are contained in pharmaceuticals. Dr Daniels will examine some pharmaceutical additives that have found their way into supplements, the health consequences and what you can do.
For further info visit http://vitalitycapsules.com/truth-files and www.Drjenniferdaniels.com.
Listeners can call Dr. Daniels during the show at 914-338-0695
According to Corience: An Independent European Platform on Congenital Heart Defects, " As many as 40–60% of children with congenital heart defects are undernourished.
Healthy babies double their weight in 6 months; however, children with congenital heart defects put on weight more slowly. Their growth is also affected by the heart defect.
Why do children with congenital heart disease not grow as other children do? The answer is because the heart defect makes them need more energy. Their diagnosis might also complicate feeding for several different reasons. Heart failure makes them too tired to feed. Some of them might have trouble keeping down their feeds. Others seem to have difficulty in coordinating breathing and nursing.
This episode will investiage what kinds of equipment might be needed to help a babe with a congenital heart defect if that baby cannot nurse or feed normally. Listen as one mother shares her experience with her baby -- who needed a feeding tube. We'll also talk with a clinical psychologist who specializes in early infancy and childhood as well as eating disorders and tube feeding. She works for the NoTube Limited Liability Corporation, which was founded to help children all over the world to overcome the severe condition of tube dependency. Discover how one mother and a company over six thousand miles apart helped one little boy wean successfully from his feeding tube without ever leaving home!
"Codex Alimentarius," which refers to a set of strict regulations covering all aspects of food, is Latin for "food code" or "food regulations." This collection of food rules in Europe dates back to standards enacted between 1897 and 1911 by the Austro-Hungarian Empire. They were used as a legal reference by the courts, although the Codex Alimentarius itself had no legal standing.
Modern Codex regulations are prepared by the Codex Alimentarius Commission (herein referred to as "Codex"), which works with the EU and UN in an attempt to regulate every aspect of food production, packaging, preparation, preservation, and presentation of food "from farm to fork." Codex also attempts to regulate supplemental nutrients. It even goes so far as to eliminate "organic produce" standards (through dilution)!
Because the U.S. is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), and because the WTO and other treaty agreements require the United States to adhere to Codex standards, any changes approved in Europe, and implemented in the EU-dominated Codex meetings, could subject the United States to WTO-enforced trade sanctions.
Codex will control:
1. Vitamins, minerals and nutrients,
2. Genetically modified organisms,
3. Toxic residues,
4. Antibiotics, drugs, growth stimulants, and other hormones in food animals,
5. Organic foods, and
6. Irradiation of food.
Our Guest Today:
Judy Robinson is the VICAP Coordinator and Financial Wellness Specialist at JABA. Her duties include helping older adults and their families navigate Medicare Part D reviews, benefits applications, plan reviews for Marketplace insurance and reverse mortgage counseling, as well as counseling new Medicare beneficiaries on their supplemental insurance options. She oversees a substantial team of dedicated volunteer counselors serving Planning District 10. She graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, and has worked in refugee resettlement, income tax preparation and biochemical research.
Tim Thomas and Tom Bovee of www.LaxDirt.com talk to some of the biggest free agents in the Major League Lacrosse player pool in preparation for The MLL Supplemental draft next week. Guests include, Kevin Barney General Manager of The Boston Cannons, face-off specialists Tim Fallon and Craig Bunker, standout free agent Will Harrington and defenders Ken Clausen and Tom Guadagnolo.
In celebration of LGBT Pride Month, teen hosts Grace, Morh'ese, and Sarah discuss LGBTQ issues and culture.
Pride Month is celebrated each June in honor of the 1969 Stonewall Riots. The purpose of the month is to recognize the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally. For more information on Pride Month, visit the Library of Congress website.
For more information on the Q Center, visit their webpage or call 315-701-2431. The Q Center is a safe place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth, their families and allies to gather. The goal of the Q center is to create a safe space and a safer community for all.
Listen to our supplemental discussion at the CanTeen here.
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This episode is part of our EDUCATORS’ EDEN™ series wherein we explore the paradise that the most passionate, creative and committed educators create for themselves, their students, peers, administrations and institutions! This specific episode is, “Teaching the Overachiever!”
- Overachievers have their own internal standards and expectations for what is “good enough.” Sharing data with them regarding collective class performance will help assure the overachiever that they are performing “well enough.” They often do not understand how atypical their individual expectations are (relative to the average student performance) and are often worried that everyone else is “doing better” than they are. Any anonymous class data that helps them better understand the real life performance of their peers will be helpful for them.
-They will usually self-identify (detailed questions, requests for clarification, sit at front of classroom, reach out prior to the start of class start with questions and concerns, etc.).
-Educators must calibrate their interaction to ensure that they are “challenged” and are not bored. Supplemental content, are additional interaction are methods to keep them engaged.
-They are fastidious regarding requirements and grading feedback. Educators must provide high quality and quantity feedback.
-CAUTION: Some overachievers may be unrealistic regarding “perfection” and/ or may be self-critical. They need support and guidance helping them place activities in context (e.g., grades do not define you, have fun, etc.).
The overachiever may pose novel questions that enrich the educator skill set. Embrace your overachievers! Ensure that you are explicit, transparent, consistent and customized with all of your content, communication and interaction with this set of scholars!
Join Adele weekly as she explores the world of Yellowstone County and beyond with the ultimate prize...Inviting everyone, young and old alike, to get outside. The main mission is to fight "Nature Deficit Disorder" in our life. This month's broadcast is all around taking one step at a time and explore the ourdoors. An invitation to leave the technology world behind and just learn to realize what life's gifts are right outside.
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