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  • Recap Show 4/27 - 5/1 - General Hospital Uncensored

    in Television

    Join us as we recap this week on General Hospital LIVE! 2 WEEKS OF GREAT TV TO GET CAUGHT UP ON GUYS!


    RECAP SHOW 4/27/15 - 5/1/15



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  • 01:06

    How to Have a Great Hospital Birth with Choices in Childbirth

    in Moms and Family

    Join Jamie Yates (www.theurbandoula.com) as she hosts Choices in Childbirth (www.choicesinchildbirth.org) and their popular workshop: "How to Have a Great Hospital Birth". We will hear birth stories from mothers about their own unique experiences. Learn what they did to prepare prenatally, how they chose their care provider and the ways they advocated for themselves in the hospital. We will also be joined by hospital based midwife, Elaine Keller-Duemig CNM of Central Park Midwifery. There will be time for questions so if you are listening live, please call in 646-716-8611. Or leave a question in comments if you would like to have your question answered on our show.

  • 00:29

    A Day in the Life of ACH president and vice dean Jonathan M. Ellen, M.D.

    in Business

    Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Jonathan M. Ellen, M.D., president and vice dean of All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. Dr. Ellen is leading the transformation of All Children's from a regional pediatric referral center to an academic children's hospital and national leader in research, teaching and patient care. 

    Under his visionary leadership, All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine launched an innovative new pediatric residency program and new fellowships, established the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute and expanded programs dedicated to patient safety and quality. He forged collaborations among physicians at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg and the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, leading to new clinical and translational research spanning both campuses. 

    Dr. Ellen joined the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1999. He was named vice dean for All Children’s Hospital in 2011 and president of All Children’s Hospital in 2012. 

    Dr. Ellen lives in St. Petersburg, FL and enjoys all that the Sunshine State has to offer. He and his wife have a son and daughter. 

    To learn more about Dr. Jonathan M. Ellen and his leadership of All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, tune in Wednesday, May 6 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHRadio

  • 00:26

    Baltimore Mayor Self-Destructs

    in Politics Conservative

    Freddie takes a flyer
    Baltimore Mayor Self-Destructs
    Senseless charges impossible to prove
    I can't breathe!! Take me to the hospital!

  • 00:45

    Doing Less

    in Business

    Doing Less


    Many people think productivity is how to do more. Well what if it was actually about doing less. I work with many business owners who are so deep in the trenches of their business not only did they forget about why they got into the business in the first place. They are NOT having fun anymore because they are a slave to their business. We are not machines so we have to look at productivity differently. At the end of the day, I believe Productivity is a feeling. Do we feel like we made a difference by doing the most important things, the things that really matter to us, to we feel at peace and balanced. Today we will explore how to be productive doing less.


    Todays Guest: Ari Meisel


    Ari turned a hobby of productivity into a popular framework and consulting service for optimizing, automating and outsourcing of of life’s tasks. Less Doing, More Living continues to grow in popularity and has become a platform for general efficiency consulting to businesses, entrepreneurs and everyone else who could use a little more time in their life. His Achievement Architecture coaching program helps individuals and teams overcome challenges and be more effective. In 2007, Ari was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease. Crohn’s is an incurable disease of the digestive tract. Ari’s case was severe, and required over a dozen daily medications and several hospital visits.  Through a combination of yoga, nutrition, natural supplements and rigorous exercise he was able to fight back the symptoms of Crohn’s until he was finally able to suspend his medication. Eventually Ari was declared free of all traces of the ‘incurable’ disease, and competed in Ironman France in June of 2011. Ari has since spoken at seminars and at a regional TED Talk about his struggle against a seemingly insurmountable opposition.

  • 01:12

    Hadit.com /Blog Talk Radio Show 5/6/15 Bob Walsh, Veterans Attorney

    in Military

    Bob will talk about the VRE program administered by the VA.

  • 00:58

    General Hospital Recaps w/ Shady & Heather

    in Television

    Welcome to General Hospital Recaps where Shady & Heather will sit down & talk about the week in Port Charles. Join us this week as we talk about Luke, Patricia, Bobbie, Tracy, Lulu, Dante & so much more. Join us as we discuss whether Maxie should be with Nathan or Spinelli. Talk with us about who should come back and what is happening with Ric. How he has hired the former Greenlee from All My Children and she is now pretending to be Jake's wife. We will also talk about Luke & the BIG REVEAL! As well as his future! 

  • 01:07

    Getting Out Of Your Comfort Zone ft. New Music by Christina Marie Magenta

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight we are talking about that dreadful comfort zone that keeps you stuck in a rut. Doing the things you’ve always done, and not seeing any new results or improvements? This is the episode for you. We’re diving into the causes for sticking to that faithful comfort zone, and how you can finally break free. We dish on some examples of how you may be stuck in a rut and perhaps you don’t realize it.


    Call in with your questions and comments LIVE (646) 378-0042 to chat with GaptoothDiva


    Tonight’s featured artist is Christina Marie Magenta‏, an American industrial rock band based in Northern VA. Christina has been writing music and modeling since she was a young girl.  She went to college in Virginia for business and business law, and at home has studied music and herpetology for many years. Originally she spent years recording an album at a studio in Portland, Oregon; but near the end all files were lost in a flood. She gave up on music for several years until one day she saw her son making music, and decided to start over in a new studio. With powerful motivation, and a new team of musicians, her 1st album Burn was completed in a few short months and was released 2011, followed by Poison in late 2012, Drown in 2015 and 3 remix albums. 


    Find out more about Christina Marie Magenta at http://www.christinamariemagenta.com/


    Email teamgaptoothdiva@gmail.com to be featured in a future episode.


    Chat with me during the show @GaptoothDiva on Twitter.

  • 01:00

    Diagnosed at 21: "Making a Message Out of A Mess" with Adrian Castellanos

    in LGBT

    Adrian Castellanos is a 22 year-old HIV/AIDS advocate/activist. He was born and raised in the Southern-most part of Texas, known as the Rio Grande Valley. A border area of Texas to Mexico and South Padre Island. Adrian studied art and fashion briefly in Texas before he moved on to becoming a hair stylist in his home town.


    At 21, Castellanos' path was redirected when he was diagnosed with AIDS. While he spent two weeks in a hospital room, he decided to "make his mess his message". Since his diagnosis on March 26, 2014 he has gone on to receive a Youth Initiative Scholarship to attend USCA in October 2014, acquire a position with the Valley AIDS Council (the only HIV/AIDS Agency in his area) Janurary 2015, and receive a separate scholarship to attend AIDSWatch in April 2015 where he lobbied Congress regarding HIV/AIDS issues.


    Adrian now spends his time doing free HIV screenings at two universities in his area and for the community with his agency. He also participates in outreach and education efforts to raise awareness within his community. Castellanos utilizes social media to deconstruct stigma and engage with as many people as possible. He is just out of his first year of diagnoses but already has a strong outlook on what he plans to do for the fight to end the epidemic. 


    Click here to follow Adrian on facebook and twitter.


     


    You can  find Mathew on Twitter at @mathewrodrigeuz and Aaron @aaronlaxton.

  • 01:30

    America's Disabled Veterans In Action, Inc Tuesday 5, May 2015 Edition

    in POTUS

    Today's show will be on (MST) Military Sexual Trauma and the issues that affect those who suffer with this condition and we will also discuss Women's Issues.  Issues surrounding dealing with PTSD and the affect on a veterans social life and veterans' family and how PTSD can ruin any and all activities. 


    and your phone call to our Brooklyn Navy Yard (347) 884-8078.


    we will have a full show and look forward to being with you starting at 2300 Zulu time!


    our civilians CONUS friends 8pm Atlantic, 7pm Eastern, 6pm Central, 5pm Mountain and 4pm Pacific


    www.advia.media


    #advia_us


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  • 00:18

    Alyssa Thomas - Global Lending by Local Interest

    in Entrepreneur

    Alyssa Thomas attended her first classes on International Entrepreneurship where she learned and become involved with Kiva.

    Alyssa’s curiosity inspired her to delve deeper into the industry of microfinance. While attending Quinnipiac University, she participated in a trip to Leon, Nicaragua where she was responsible for dispersing microloans and able to put the theories she had learned into practice. She also had the opportunity to host Muhammed Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Father of Microfinance, at her university where he inspired her to apply for a Kiva fellowship after graduation.

    Alyssa first served as a Kiva Fellow in Richmond, VA working on the Kiva Zip program. She moved to Philadelphia to serve as a Kiva Fellow with the City's Department of Commerce, and has transitioned into her current role as Manager of Kiva Zip Philadelphia.

    Alyssa Thomas can be reached at 718-951-5876
    email alyssa.thomas@fellows.kiva.orgzip.kiva.org local web site at kiva.org/Philadelphia

    Join Ronald and guest Alyssa Thomas on May 5, 2015 at 7:00 PM to learn how to affect change on a global level from your local community