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  • 01:55

    Astrological Boot Camp

    in Spirituality

    Join us as we get back to basic on some long-forgotten concepts. There's a difference between astrology that works, and astrology that works only marginally. The astrology we use is harder and more complex, but it's worth getting to know. In this episode we discuss some of the most basic considerations in astrology. Listen and discover that there's nothing basic about the basics at all. Complexity spills from the pores of the universe. But Stephen & Steve do their best to break it down. This show's considerations: Aspects, Signs, Houses, & Sect.

  • 00:46

    Kap & Dave - The Ebola Special

    in Comedy

    Welcome to the The Kap & Dave Show Ebola Extravaganza!!! We'll all be bleeding crap out of our pores in no time!!!


    We'll also discuss Columbus Day and take our weekly Chet phone call. 


  • 00:43


    in Radio

    Almost all teens get acne. It happens when an oily substance called sebum clogs pores.

    Pimples usually pop up on the face, neck, back, chest, and shoulders. Acne isn't a serious health risk, though severe acne can cause permanent scars. Acne can also damage self-esteem.  

    It is not clear why some people are more prone to acne than others. The exact cause of acne is not known, but hormones called androgens can play a role. Androgens increase in both boys and girls during puberty. Androgens make the skin's oil glands get larger and make more sebum. Androgens also can increase because of hormonal changes related to pregnancy or starting or stopping birth control pills.

    Genetics may also matter. If your parents had acne, you may have inherited that tendency.

    Some medications (for example, epilepsy medication, prednisone, androgens taken as medicine, and lithium) can cause acne.

    Cosmetics that have a greasy consistency may also clog pores. Water-based products are less likely to cause acne than oil-based makeup.

    Other things that can make acne worse include:

    Friction caused by leaning on or rubbing the skin; harsh scrubbing
    Picking or squeezing blemishes
    Pressure from bike helmets, backpacks, or tight collars
    Changing hormone levels in adolescent girls and adult women two to seven days before the start of the menstrual period

  • 01:18

    Being careful when dating: Know whose looking for help and not love

    in Relationships

    Is it true?  People have to be cautious now when dating because most people are looking for help, not love?  We live in a society now where love has been watered down to the words of "I'm here aren't I?" or "I'm not with anyone else so I must love you!"  That does not mean you love.  It could just mean that it is convenient, you are an opportunist or you have nothing else to do right now and this helps me out.

    We are relational beings, we were created from love so shouldn't love exude from our very pores?  Life, divorce, faulty relationships have made a many people cautious in their next relationship.  In that caution, are people simply looking at what can the other person do for me as opposed to what can I do for you?  What are the right steps we need to take in order to ensure we are not trapped in the "help syndrome"?  Are there signs to look for and if so, how does one develop the courage to step away from it?

    Love is a leap of faith.... it simply is. You're either in it all the way or you're not at all.  Talk to us tonight!

  • 00:39

    How to Handle Multiple Skin Types & Concerns on One Face

    in Women

    Are you dealing with oily and dry skin? What about wrinkles and acne, or dryness and enlarged pores? Tune in as Paula and Bryan go over the best routines to deal with multiple skin types and concerns going on at the same time—and discover the sneaky ways you may be making these issues worse! This must-hear show promises to reveal insights that give you greater control over skin that seems to have a mind of its own!

    For more beauty tips, visit the Expert Advice Section of PaulasChoice.com.

  • 00:31

    Introducing Shiseido Ibuki: A New Skincare Line for Smooth Skin

    in Entertainment

    Do you have uneven skintone, dullnes, dryness, blemishes, roughness, and visible pores that drive your skin nuts?  Glenda explains one of Shiseido's new skincare line called Ibuki.  Don't miss this episode about Shiseido Ibuki on the Glenda Ramos Radio Show!

  • 02:00

    Sharing Body Fluids: What You're REALLY getting from your intimate partner

    in Women

    "The two shall become one flesh." Do we really know what that Biblical quote means? The chemistry of sexuality is rarely taught, understood or considered when people decide to be intimate. What does your partner eat? What childhood diseases has your partner had? What allergies does your partner have? What kinds of lotions and perfumes does your partner use that have entered your partner's blood stream through the pores? And, most importantly, who has your partner been intimate with and what biochemical reaction will their body fluids have on you? As we age, we experience the impact of whatever we have put in our bodies over time, and sometimes the effect of multiple sex partners is the breakdown of our immune systems. What can we do to detoxify our bodies from the effects of other peoples body fluids?

  • 00:04

    Let's Talk Skin with Dr. Sherri Peace How Hormones Affect Your Skin

    in Health

    Hello Welcome to Let's talk skin with Dr Sherri Peace

    Today's topic is How Hormones affect your skin.

    Hormones and acne,hair loss, facial hair and more
    After age 35-40  women loss estrogen and gain androgens
    Androgens increase the viscosity and activity of facial pores
    Other ways hormones affect your skin is to increase pigmentation, wrinkles, and skin roughness
    Androgen dominance cause weeker collagen resulting in slack skin with increase pores

    I am a board certified Dermatologist. I have been in practice for 20 years specializing in medical dermatology, laser surgery, cosmetic dermatalogy and dermatologic surgery. I am a Botox and Juvederm Preferred Provider and a Certified Laser Specialist.I would love to meet you. Lets enhance your inner beauty..

    Contact my office at 310 645-6001 or visit our website at www.peacemd.com 



  • 01:01

    The Calorie Myth with Jonathan Bailor

    in Health

    Jonathan Bailor, author of The Calorie Myth, returns to Underground Wellness Radio to reveal why eating MORE and exercising LESS is the key to healthy and long-term fat loss. Topics will include:

    * How eating less and exercising more actually slows the metabolism
    * Just how little fat (and how much muscle) you lose when “dieting”
    * How to “unclog” your hormonal system for effortless fat loss
    * Why just 20 minutes a week of exercise is all you need. (Even I’m skeptical...)

    Learn more about Jonathan’s book at www.caloriemythbook.com

    Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.

  • 02:09

    COLE's World Presents: Mitch Made Men

    in Entertainment

    Men getting all emotional, lashing out, feelings just seeping from their pores.  Yeah it's obvious, YOURE A MITCH MADE MAN.  Suck it up sugarbear, dry your eyes, and get over it.  *Disclaimer* This show may just hurt someone's feelings, but well WE DONT CARE  347-996-5586

  • 01:01

    Style with Trysh

    in Entertainment

    We are going to share the importance of preserving and caring for our skin from season to season with Syndi Bennett.