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  • GREAT CONTENT: THE SECRET INGREDIENT TO LMS SUCCESS

    in Education

    THE SECRET INGREDIENT TO LMS SUCCESS


    Our guest is the CEO of Learning Bird , my friend , Henry Ryan, the man in charge of the incredible content Learning Bird offers for any system

  • Feel So Good With Steve Reimers

    in Health

    Welcome to the long awaited show…Feel So Good with Soulful Rosie. Join her as she introduces a plethora of knowledge, with a broad range of interest to help you Feel So Good!!


     


    Soulful Rosie a 25 year radio and public personality, prides herself in supporting the healing of lives around the globe, by introducing the most advanced products, experts, and modalities, blended with fun, music to make you’re a day a bit more enlightened.


     


    Soulful Rosie was invited to represent the DHSEA bill in 1994; this became the most successful grassroots bill in American History. This bill allows all of us to continue to enjoy our favorite vitamins and complementary medicine in America!


     


    She has been a consumer advocate following the devastating health challenges faced by 2 of her 4 sons. Now she dedicates her life to Paying It Forward. Her passion to support our hurting military holds a dear place in her heart.


     


    Join us now as we bring you the Feel So Good Radio show, with Janet aka Soulful Rosie.


     

  • Voice of Rio Grande, Dr. Johnston interviews STEVE EVANS Sept 2, 2015 at 3:00 pm

    in Education

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_1DD3YjOb8


    Live Channel 17 Rio Grande Cable Access


    3:00 Wednesday, September 2, 2015 VOICE OF RIO GRANDE with Dr. Michelle Johnston, President of the University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College features Steve Evans, Steve Evans Genuine County Sausage, LLC, located in Bidwell, Ohio. Dr. Michelle Johnston and Steve Evans discuss his business, and recounts several interesting and amusing stories growing up in the Evan’s household.  They also discuss education as one of the keys to being successful in the business world.   Steve is the son of Bob and Jewell Evans, founder of the BOB EVANS Restaurant Chain, having its start in Gallipolis and Rio Grande, Ohio. Steve’s sausage company has been established in 1998 and employs a staff of approximately 14.  His sausage is sold throughout the Northeast area and his market continues to expand daily.


     


    Steve Evans


    Steve Evans Genuine Country Sausage LLC.


    1715 Street Rte 850
    Bidwell, OH 45614


    Phone: (740) 285-7570


    https://www.facebook.com/steveevanssausage


    http://steveevanssausage.com/

  • 00:31

    Irate, Tireless Minority - Doing What We do

    in Politics Conservative

    Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.


    Today's show is going to talk about politics, religion and doing what's right with a bit of daily news thrown in.


    Politics:


    Iran doing what Iran does


    clinton doing what clintons do


    Ignoring history


    DHS daily report link


    Religion:


    Islamist nation doing what islam does


    Doing What's Right:


    Christians doing what Christians do


     

  • Mental Health in the Black Community

    in Entertainment

    According to the US HHS Office of Minorty Health, adult Blacks are 20 percent more likely to report serious psychological distress than adult whites.  Historically, there have been numerous barriers to access to treatment.  What is preventing this community from not only getting treatment, but seeking it as well?

  • In Short Order - Dr. Mansoor Mohammed, co-founder of Younique Genomics

    in Health

    Dr. Mansoor S. Mohammed is a recognized authority in the fields of medical genomics and personalized medicine. He is the holder of several patents in the general fields of molecular diagnostics and genomics research.


    Prior to cofounding Younique Genomics, Dr. Mohammed served as the President and CEO of CombiMatrix Diagnostics where he oversaw the development of one of the most comprehensive genomics testing menus in the diagnostic industry. Prior to his tenure at CombiMatrix Diagnostics, Dr. Mohammed was the Director of Advanced Technologies at Quest Diagnostics, North America's largest reference laboratory. At Quest Diagnostics, he was honored with the Medical Innovation Award, the highest accolade given for excellence in medical research.


    Prior to his role at Quest Diagnostics, Dr. Mohammed was a co-founder and Director of Research and Development at Spectral Genomics. At Spectral Genomics, Dr. Mohammed pioneered the development of commercial Comparative Genomic Hybridization (CGH) array technologies and was responsible for the design and launch of the industry's first commercially available CGH arrays. He was the co-primary author of the first peer-reviewed study utilizing CGH arrays in the clinical diagnosis of developmental abnormalities (2002) and later (2008) was the senior author of the first peer-reviewed study utilizing CGH arrays for clinical oncology purposes. Moreover, the CGH array technologies Dr. Mohammed helped to innovate became the basis for the discovery of genome copy number variations (CNVs). The latter has fundamentally altered and improved the way the human genome is viewed and interpreted, and has spawned thousands of studies and publications worldwide.


    Most recently, Dr. Mohammed has worked with leading medical practitioners to become one of the first in the world to incorporate genome CNV analyses into a comprehensive approach to personalized medicine.

  • 01:00

    The American College Experience with Geoff McDonald(repeat)

    in Sports

    The American College Experience is a show geared for the college tennis fan.  In this world of mostly professional tennis, we hope to give you some insight into one of America's best kept secrets.  We will explore all things related to College Tennis in the United States.  We will discuss diversity, schedule, facilities, education and recruiting.  We will tackle the tough issues that are facing many of America's college coaches today.  Each show will give the listener a different perspective on the college tennis scene.  So we invite parents, coaches, teachers, umpires and all-around tennis fans to tune into our program.

  • 00:32

    Episode 24: The School Year Has Started - And It's Not Going Well. What Can I Do

    in Education

    Date:  Wednesday, September 2, 2015 - 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm EDT


    Speaker(s): Georgia Fruechtenicht, Curriculum and Learning Specialist, Trainer, and Navigator Team Leader; Parent to Parent of Georgia


    Join ADA Live! (WADA) on September 2 for our second conversation with Georgia Fruechtenicht from Parent to Parent of Georgia (P2PGA). In this episode, Georgia will explain the options parents have when their child's school year is not going well. She will discuss writing emails and letters to express concerns and how to request a meeting. She will also discuss effective communication techniques parents can use to address their concerns, strengthen their partnership with the teacher, and get their children the support they need to be successful at school.


    Georgia Fruechtenicht is the Curriculum and Learning Specialist, Trainer, and Navigator Team Leader for Parent to Parent of Georgia and Project Coordinator for the Parent Detailer Project, which is part of the Autism Plan for Georgia.


    You can submit your questions, explore resources and the complete program schedule and connect to archived shows on www.adalive.org.

  • Mark Nelson Furnitue and Sawing Business Talk Sept 2, 2015 at 1:00 pm

    in Education

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    Wednesday 1:00 September 2, 2015 pm.  BUSINESS TALK with Jason Winters and Patrick Dengel features


    Mark Nelson, Proprietor of Nelson Furniture and Sawing is located in Thurman Ohio.   This business specializes in high-end, custom built furniture, and custom sawing with a portable band mill.  Mark has an extensive background in creating furniture, cabinets, and other wood products by using one of nature’s greatest resources - trees.  His business has a long history of assisting others in preparing different kinds of trees and making them into wood works of art.  Mark is also a faculty member of the Fine Wood Working Technology at the University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande Community College.   Mark will discuss a number of key areas that include: knowing the different kinds of trees that make the best kinds of furniture, sawing techniques in maximizing grains for furniture, planning and making wood products and finally, different kinds of stains that accentuate the piece of furniture.  If you love basic and unique kinds of furniture, you will not want to miss this broadcast.


     


    Mark Nelson,


    Nelson Furniture & Sawing's


    2673 Vega Road


    Thurman, Ohio 45685


    EM:  mnelson@rio.edu


    CP (740) 709-1336


    http://www.fixr.com/sp.nelson-furniture-sawing.html


    http://www.pikore.com/nelsonfurnitureandsawing

  • Real MOORS Talk

    in Social Networking

    You Are What you eat: Please join us in this topic Call 646-478-5157 1-4pm est:


    If your mental image of an older person is someone frail and thin, it may be time for an update. For the generation currently moving through middle age and beyond, a new concern is, well, growing: obesity. Government figures show that Americans in their 60s today are about 10 pounds heavier than their counterparts of just a decade ago. And an even more worrisome bulge is coming: A typical woman in her 40s now weighs 168 pounds, versus 143 pounds in the 1960s. "People used to start midlife [at a lower weight] and then lose weight when they got into their 50s, but that doesn't happen as much anymore," says David Kessler, former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration and author of The End of Overeating.


    If you're entering that danger zone now, be aware that it's not going to get any easier to lose weight, because people need fewer calories as they age. Blame slowing metabolism and the body's tendency starting in midlife to lose muscle mass—a process known as sarcopenia—and gain fat, especially around the abdomen. (Fat burns fewer calories than does muscle.) "All that conspires to make it harder for people to maintain the same body weight when they eat their usual diets," says Alice Lichtenstein, director of the cardiovascular nutrition laboratory at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University. "People have fewer discretionary calories to play with, so they need to make better food choices."

  • 01:34

    Listen Give Live | Episode 121

    in Culture

    Join Gail Davvis and Jaee Logan for LISTENGIVE/SAVOY sound bites about music, arts, culture, society, youth, education and giving back.


    Join us this week with Special Guests, Elisa Camahort Page, Senior Vice President, Community Content & Events of SheKnows Media and Co-Founder of Blogher, sharing her career journey, her thoughts on women in media, leadership, successes, failures and the lessons she has learned along the way; and Well Respected Music Industry Veteran we must keep anonymous due to his position and company.


    Visit ListenGive.com to learn more information.  Don't forget to LIKE our Facebook Page LISTENGIVE.