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On this episode, we're tooled up for better DIY and talking Made in America with John Ratzenberger.
Are your tools banished to the background? Have your dreams of D-I-Y hit R-E-M sleep?
It’s time to wake up and get kickin’ from Sleep Innovations land at the National Hardware Show to talk about our favorite addition to our shop in the past year: the Stanley Utility Mat.
So drop your excuses and pick up some tools. It’s time to get tooled up; time to bring your DIY dreams to life; time to make your home improvement missions happen.
We're talking with actor John Ratzenberger about his start as a framer, his passion for Made in America, and about the growing need for skilled tradespeople.
Jill Waage from Better Homes and Gardens talks about trends in home decor and what we'll be seeing in the pages of the magazine.
Founder of the Made in America store, Mark Andol, shares why he started the store and how he makes sure every element of every item is truly made in america.
And DIY Network's Rescue Renovations host Kayleen McCabe is talking tools and women.
DIY is no daydream. It’s an endeavor, so get comfortable, get tooled up and kick it up a notch.
Are you looking for a non-invasive solution to help your child deal with bullying, anxiety, anger or school performance?
Is your child worried about going back to school?
My guest on Monday, August 25th is Deborah Hamui, CEO and Founder of Sleep 'N Sync, short duration audio programs designed for children to be played to them during their sleep on an every day basis for a relatively short period of time (6 weeks), to help them correct and overcome problems they might face in their life.
Sleep’n Sync was formed by well-known recognized professionals in the areas of early childhood education, human development, occupational therapy and psychology, who agree upon the needs, strategies and best solutions to the most important challenges faced by children,which are addressed in the selection and content of the programs.
Deborah will be sharing about some of Sleep 'N Sync's most popular audio categories such as:
Learn more about Sleep 'N Sync's products at http://www.sleepnsync.com/
Follow our conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #sleepnsync
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts, nutritionists and wellness advocate Shelly Murray and Shamayne Tate, Shamayne specializes in acute and chronic pain, Chinese herbal medicine, emotional balancing, digestive disorders and fertility acupuncture.
Find out more about Host Dr. Michelle Robin and her wellness team online at:
There are less than 100 Days until College Football Kickoff and its prediction time. Who are the Heisman favorites? Is your favorite team a pretender, contender, or even worst AN OFFENDER? Until our Saturdays are reserved for tailgating and beer pongs join the conversation. As we being our Road2Arlington Series, bye bye BCS hello Playoffs.
The NFL Draft has come and gone and 32 teams believe they have done enough to duplicate their success from season's past or to get the bitter taste of defeat out of their mouth. Although 1st day picks may have garnered all of the fan fare at the end of the day its those diamonds in the rough he ultimately make the difference between winning and losing. Tune in as we discuss 32 teams with writers near and far to enlighten us on why this year will FINALLY be the year.
Come one come all dial 646 915 8023 and join the conversation we all have opinions, lets not be stingy with them, because I consider it my calling, my duty, my responsiblity to always tell you WHAT's HAppening and What's Up in the world of Sports.
What difference could an extra hour of sleep make in your life? Maybe quite a lot, experts say. Studies show that the gap between getting just enough sleep and getting too little sleep may affect your health, your mood, your weight, and even your sex life.
If you're getting less than the recommended seven or eight hours of sleep a night, here are nine reasons that you should shut down your computer, turn off the lights, and go to bed an hour early tonight.
1. Better health. Getting a good night's sleep won't grant you immunity from disease. But study after study has found a link between insufficient sleep and some serious health problems, such as heart disease, heart attacks, diabetes, and obesity.
In most cases, the health risks from sleep loss only become serious after years. That might not always be true, however. One study simulated the effects of the disturbed sleep patterns of shift workers on 10 young healthy adults. After a mere four days, three of them had blood glucose levels that qualified as pre-diabetic.
2. Better sex life. According to a poll conducted by the National Sleep Foundation, up to 26% of people say that their sex lives tend to suffer because they're just too tired. There's evidence that in men, impaired sleep can be associated with lower testosterone levels -- although the exact nature of the link isn't clear.
At what age do babies or chidlren sleep through the night? Parents all over suffering from sleepless nights want their child to sleep; is it possible? What can help create a good sleep pattern? Kristen Tea and Crystal Wolf dive in to Children Sleeping Through the Night.
Parents are a lot more liberal these days when it comes to raising their kids. When I was growing up parenting was a one-way conversation. Now negotiations are allowed in some homes when it comes to communicating the do's/don't's to children.
How far would you be willing to bend when it comes to your teen having their significant other have a sleep over and/or live in your home? Is teen shacking an option in your home and if some under what circumstances?
The teens already have a child together?
Your child's significant other doesn't have a place to stay/suitable home?
Is it your way of keeping a close eye on them?
We'll go over some of those things and more to see what you think on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 387
Scheduled for 60 mins.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss new findings about how a loss of 'sleep switch' in brain cells may explain sleep disruption in the elderly, how the dementia risk increases for obese people in their 30's, but is reduced for obese seniors, how thinking about your partner can boost mood and energy, and how physical activity can cut irregular heartbeat in older women.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
On today’s episode of ask the pastor, Pastor Dickow offers godly wisdom for your questions.
I have been experiencing a great deal of strife; will you please pray peace over me?
What happens to Christians when we die? Do we sleep until Jesus’ return? What happened to the thief on the cross?
How do I pray effectively?
Is the law over now that Jesus died on the cross?
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