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  • 01:01

    Survival Medicine Hour: Rodents and health, medical supplies, cranberries

    in Health

    In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy of www.doomandbloom.net discuss the health benefits of cranberries, Dr. Bones talks about the medical issues related to rats and mice in good times or bad, and Nurse Amy continues her series on medical supplies! 

  • 01:01

    Healthy You And I:Minerals in food and Minerals in Aromatherapy

    in Music

    Minerals in food and Minerals in Aromatherapy. A list of minerals in foods may not necessarily include all of the minerals needed for health and wellness. A List of Minerals in Foods Macro Minerals Calcium - Spinach may possibly be the best single source of calcium. There are at 26 documented food sources of calcium. Some of the 26 sources are green leafy vegetables, blackstrap molasses, summer squash, green beans, oranges, asparagus, and cabbage.Chloride– Sea salt, table salt, salt substitutes Magnesium – Green vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds and whole grains Phosphorus – Milk products— especially raw milk products— red meat, seafood, sunflower seeds, peanuts and whole grains.Sodium – Pork products, clams, milk, green beans, butterSulfur – Kale, cabbage, cauliflower, horseradish, cranberries, red meats, fish, eggs, garlic and onions Trace Minerals Iron – Soybeans, lentils, spinach, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, red meat and kidney beans Zinc – Beef liver, poultry and seafood Manganese – Pineapple, brown rice, garbanzo beans, spinach, rye, soybeans, oats, cloves and spelt Copper – Beef liver, tree nuts, sesame seeds, soybeans, legumes and whole grains Molybdenum – Red meats, whole grains, legumes, sunflower seeds, and dark green leafy vegetables Iodine – Fish, seafood, sea vegetables such as kelp Chromium – Corn oil, cloves, whole grains, red meat and brewer’s yeast Selenium – Whole grains, red meat, poultry, fish

  • 01:04

    Rodent Issues, Cranberries, and Medical Supplies!

    in Education

    Survival Medicine w/ Bones & Amy

    on American Preppers Radio!

    Sundays 7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct 5:00pm/Mt 4:00pm/Pt

    Live Listen and Chat go to:


    In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy of www.doomandbloom.net discuss the health benefits of cranberries, Dr. Bones talks about the medical issues related to rats and mice in good times or bad, and Nurse Amy continues her series on medical supplies! 

    Tags: Doom and Bloom, Alternative Medicine, Prepare, Self Reliance, Prepper Broadcasting Network, Medical Supplies

  • 01:52

    Writer's Block "Advocacy" 10am PST/Radio Drama "The Silent Affliction" 11am PST

    in Culture

    Originally Broadcast February 4th, 2014


    Writer's Block "Advocacy In Writing"- 3pm to 4pm

    Host Tim Pylypiuk along with co-host Bob Delaney take things down a notch and examine writing as a valuable tool for self-advocacy and personal development.  Discussion also includes how other artists insert layers of themselves into their stories as a way of lending a voice to those without one.


    Radio Drama - 5pm to 6pm "The Silent Affliction"

    Synopsis:  An autistic teenager re-calls five periods in his life where he was misunderstood, stepped on, and lonely via Five Objects in "The Memory Room"; his mind's central hub.

    Originally Written in 1993 by:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Adapted By:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Starring:  Bob Delaney, Tim Pylypiuk, Erik Estrabrook, Jacynth Geschke, and Maria Illiou

    Music By:  Pink Floyd, The Doors, and The Cranberries.

  • 03:23

    The EZ Way with Eric Zuley & A-List Talent Agent Wendy Alane Wright

    in Entertainment

    Today on the Brian The Hammer Show Brian welcomes:

    -Eric Zuley aka EZ, an award winning Branding Strategist, Producer, Entrepreneur, Host & Humanitarian, founded WTV Networks which was formally What U Need TV a current Youtube Channel with over 12,000,000 viewers. Today WTV is a popular Web TV News Blog World Wide Network, with over 2500 Hollywood & Business based interviews. Eric had a award named after him by the Multicultural Motion Picture Association signed off by the city and county of Los Angeles. This award was was called the "EZ Achievment" Award and was presented to Eric by Chris Donovan the current director of the Spirit Awards and former director of the Golden Globes. The first recipient of this award was Larry Namer the Co-founder of E! Television. Eric is currently residing as a board member of the MMPA & ASYM along side individuals like Sally Kirkland, Rupert Merdoch and Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garretti to name a few. Eric Zuley turned into his clever handle given to him by his fans EZ started a TV talk show show called "The EZ Show" This show can be accessed by his digital application entitled the "Eric Zuley EZ Way App" produced by Eric Zuley and Pepper Jay Productions a 40 year old production, this show is now currently a TV series on IMDB on its third season. 

    -Wendy Alane Wright, Wendy is a Talent Manager who has worked in the Management or Publicity of many stars including Neil Patrick Harris, Johnny Galecki, Sarah Michelle Geller, Mayim Bialik, Kenny Rogers, Neil Diamond, Barbara Streisand, Michael Jackson, David Faustino, Steve Guttenberg, The Cranberries, The Bee Gees, Keith David & Meatloaf to name a few. She started her own management company WAW Entertainment and today her current clients have appeared in numerous national commercials, movies, webisodes, short films and on TV (ABC, Comedy Central, NBC, BIO, plus many more)

  • 00:31

    Curtis Harwell & Richard Neal Discuss Recipes and Antioxidants and Food

    in Fitness

    USDA scientists analyzed antioxidant levels in more than 100 different foods, including fruits and vegetables. Each food was measured for antioxidant concentration as well as antioxidant capacity per serving size. Cranberries, blueberries, and blackberries ranked highest among the fruits studied. Beans, artichokes, and Russet potatoes were tops among the vegetables. Pecans, walnuts, and hazelnuts ranked highest in the nut category.

    USDA chemist Ronald L. Prior says the total antioxidant capacity of the foods does not necessarily reflect their health benefit. Benefits depend on how the food's antioxidants are absorbed and utilized in the body. Still, this chart should help consumers trying to add more antioxidants to their daily diet.

    How Antioxidants Help Prevent Oxidation

    As oxygen interacts with cells of any type - an apple slice or, in your body, the cells lining your lungs or in a cut on your skin -- oxidation occurs. This produces some type of change in those cells. They may die, such as with rotting fruit. In the case of cut skin, dead cells are replaced in time by fresh, new cells, resulting in a healed cut.

    This birth and death of cells in the body goes on continuously, 24 hours a day. It is a process that is necessary to keep the body healthy. "Oxidation is a very natural process that happens during normal cellular functions," researcher Jeffrey Blumberg, PhD, professor of nutrition at Tufts University in Boston, tells WebMD.

    Yet there is a downside. "While the body metabolizes oxygen very efficiently, 1% or 2% of cells will get damaged in the process and turn into free radicals," he says.

  • 00:31

    Christine Kish Stops By To Share "My Mother's Secret"

    in Food

    Christine Kish stops by and gives up tips for the holidays.  Christine will share her recepies on cooking meals for Thanksgiving for 1-2 people that will leave you thankful, cheerful with gratitude; that life is a wonderful experience, and when we add our favorite foods to it, it's such an awesome journey.  Food for the soul is what she's preparing and we hoope you tune in and hear Christine's testimony from My Mother's Secret.




  • 01:03

    Thanksgiving Emergency with The Homestead Honeys!

    in Education

    The Homestead Honey Hour!


    4:00pm/Est 3:00pm/Ct 2:00pm/Mt 1:00pm/Pt

    Live Listen and Chat go to:


    Join us this Thursday afternoon for a special edition of the Homestead Honey Hour.  Noreen and Katzcradul will be on hand to answer all your last minute emergency questions and help you through the upcoming Thanksgiving Meal.  We are calling the show Thanksgiving Emergency, Talkin' Turkey (and stuffing, and cranberries and everything!).

    Are you cooking thanksgiving for the first time?  Are you having trouble with your bird?  Do you have no idea what you are doing, but want some guidance on where to start?  This is the time. Tune in, call in with your questions, join in the chat and we will do our best to answer everyone! Nothing is to easy or too hard, we can help you and if we can't we can help you come up with an alternative to get you through.  

    We live our lives in a state of preparedness, but sometimes nothing can prepare us for a large holiday gathering.  It is time to put your fears way, set your mind at ease and seek out the help you need!

  • 00:09

    World Kitchen Holiday Entertaining Radio: Mike Cohen

    in Food

    If you thought cranberries were just a holiday side dish in jellied-sauce form, you never met Mike Cohen.  For the L.A. chef snagged top honors in Ocean Spray’s Ultimate Cranberry Recipe Contest with a delictible conconction that’s meant to be served up well after the turkey’s been picked to the bone and mashed-potato bowl licked clean. “My recipe’s a dessert quesadilla,” he tells In the Kitchen host Jackie Plant. “You roast some cranberries up with cinnamon, orange zest and brown sugar. Then you spread some cream cheese on it like a tortilla. Then you put the cranberries in, put it on a griddle with some butter, top it with a little maple syrup and vanilla ice cream, and you’re good to go.”

  • 00:15

    World Kitchen Holiday Entertaining Radio: Laura McIntosh

    in Food

    Laura McIntosh wants to help keep meal-planning insanity to a minimum this holiday season. “If you can take the time to organize, it won’t be so hectic. I have a really big family. We’ve done up to 35 people for dinner—with two turkeys. For parties like that, it makes sense to be hyper-organized, like putting little stickers on the serving dishes so when the food’s done, you know what goes where,” the host of the PBS cooking series Bringing It Home tells In the Kitchen’s Jackie Plant. “But keep your menu to the four main ingredients—turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy—then do just one extra dish and get real creative with it. Like a corn chowder soup, or sliced persimmon with candied pecans and dried cranberries salad. Have a signature dish to make the meal memorable.”

  • 03:12

    KFYB Episode 44

    in Radio

    The 44th car to roll by isn't always sepia, sometimes it's green, sometimes it's riding high on penny loafers while breaking down boxes of Cracker Jack for the sweet tastiness of the suffering of those who cry for everlasating gobstoppers, I like apple sauce especially the kind with cranberries in it, it's red, but the sky is turning orange, it's time to look up and grab the next ticket to the robot's party down the equater, seven or eight, alpha or bet, I don't know, do you?