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Dr. Cathy Reimers Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and cohost Jennifer Russello, discuss whether cell phones are a luxurious hazard or a necessary evil for kids. All parents want to be able to contact their kids at any time and cell phones seem like the obvious solution, but beware.... according to the Cyber-bullying Research Center (CRC), 25 percent of kids have been harassed or bullied via calls or texts on cell phones. About half of the children who are cyber-bullied don't even tell their parents. 60 percent of kids have sent texts during classroom hours. 15 percent of kids have received text messages that are sexual in nature (sexting) from someone they know. Kids can easily misuse cell phones, they can even become inadvertent cyber-bullies or victims of dangerous cyber-bullying activity. On the other hand, a cell phone is an excellent way to stay in touch with your child. Listen in and join us to explore just one startling inconvenience of the current generation of "convenience".
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This week on FMW Live in the Studio, we discuss the facts and concerns about the uses of Cigarettes, Cell phones, and Pork. What are these items doing to us? Who is responsible for producing? Where will we be in the next 10 years, if we continue use of these products? FMW and Co-Host King Lebrue inform you Live in the studio, And supply valuable information you need to understand about whats happening right before your eyes. Listen in...Call in...and be informed.
Most of us are familiar with being told to ‘turn off and stow away all portable electronic devices’ for take-off and landing. But that’s changing now – for better or for worse. Recently, the FAA lifted their ban on electronic devices, meaning that flyers could – potentially – use their gadgets from gate to gate. In this month’s episode of Mobile Insights Radio with Steve Power Brown, Steve is joined by active airline pilot, air travel blogger and author Patrick Smith, and etiquette expert and former flight attendant Jacqueline Whitmore to discuss the pros and cons of the rule change that have greatly polarized the public and airline passengers.
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Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio is happy to welcome you to our broadcast of Survivors World!! This is a show aimed at giving survivors of abuse/violence/trafficking a place to share their voice and feel the amazing freedom of sharing their painful story. In sharing our journey we can empower another wounded soul to take charge and take back their Ultimate Power, so please encourage others to listen in with you here.
Tonight meet a woman who has endured the brutal pain of vicious Domestic Violence. In her courage she has found her peace and is helping make a difference in her community. A truly remarkable woman who has chosen not to be silent any longer, Reyna Montoya, is increasing awareness within her community by encouraging others to help save lives by donating their cell phones.
You wonder how this makes a difference? How can you save a life with your old cell phones?
Joining us on the show is, Mr. Bob Mikler. He is the Business Development Manager for the 911 Cell Phone Recycle Program - 911CPB.org; Bob is here to share with us how your cell phone is a crucial need for victims of violence, seniors, and even for our children. You will find a full page dedicated to this program on our website.
Dr. Hildy®: OneCellOneLight™Radio | Blog Talk Radio - Wednesday, Novemer 20, 2013 - 1:00-3:00PM Pacific (2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central, 4-6pm Eastern)
Over the last half-century, technological advancements have grown exponentially. In the early 1960’s, broadcast television was still new to many people and there was no such thing as a personal computer. Since that time, our desire for technology has grown, and with it, the means of transmitting the data used by these devices. From radios and televisions to cellular phones and wifi-enabled devices, all are using an invisible wave of some kind. But could all of this electronic activity be harmful to us?
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes Curtis Bennett, aka The Thermoguy, to discuss these potential maladies and other things being emitted from one source or another that could be hazardous to our health, environment and structures. A world-renowned engineer, scientist and environmentalist, Curtis has dedicated his life to studying the invisible by using thermography to see images beyond our spectrum. He is an expert on the dangers of EMF, Cell Phones, WIFI, Smart Meters…AND much MORE!
Graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelors in Construction Management. I was a student athlete with a busy schedule, practicing twice a day, working and competing on weekends and my studies in between. Beyond college, I continued as a track and field athlete traveling to various countries to compete for about 2 years. My construction career started with Habitat for Humanity a non-profit organization that built and sold homes in underdeveloped areas. Currently, I am in the telecommunications as a Project Specialist for SBA Communications, a cell tower developer. They provide an infrastructure for carriers such as T-mobile, AT&T, Sprint etc. that streamline signals from one tower to another.
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Jawanza4Life!! – Introduces Coy Dunston
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Special Guest is King Coy Dunston principal owner of Secrets of Nature Health Foods located in Washington, DC.
Discussion - "Sickle Cell Disease"
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Sickle cell anemia is a disease passed down through families. The red blood cells which are normally shaped like a disc take on a sickle or crescent shape. Red blood cells carry oxygen to the body.
Sickle cell anemia is most common in people whose families come from Africa, South or Central America (especially Panama), Caribbean islands, Mediterranean countries (such as Turkey, Greece, and Italy), India, and Saudi Arabia.
In the United States, it's estimated that sickle cell anemia affects 70,000–100,000 people, mainly African Americans. The disease occurs in about 1 out of every 500 African American births. Sickle cell anemia also affects Hispanic Americans. The disease occurs in more than 1 out of every 36,000 Hispanic American births.
More than 2 million Americans have sickle cell trait. The condition occurs in about 1 in 12 African Americans.
Join host Petula Beckles as she delves into the world of those living with this deadly disease. Do you or someone you know stuggle with Sickle Cell Anemia? If so, join us- (917) 932-8802.
ecoATM makes recycling your old devices convenient, simple, and fun. Their green business model is good for the planet, and good for your wallet. Get paid for recycling your old phones, MP3 players and tablets.
We'll meet the CEO behind this, to discover how ecoATM might fuel growth at Outerwall, owners of Redbox and Coinstar.