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"Frosted Pop" hosted by David Jeffrey Frost takes a look at the latest trends and news about the Celebrity Apprentice, The dud Stormstorm of the Century, A-Rod, Vanderbilt Football and Apple. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Independent Isagenix Associate at www.Purpose.Isagenix.com.
Produced one of the most productive receiving seasons in Southeastern Conference and Vanderbilt history... Concluded career as the most prolific receiver in SEC history... Named First Team All-America WR by USA Today and Athlons as a senior... Also earned All-America honors from the Associated Press, SI.com and CBSSports.com, and consensus First Team All-SEC recognition from coaches and writers for second straight year... Holds virtually every Vanderbilt career and single-season receiving mark... A... Ended career as the SEC's all-time leader with 262 career receptions and 3,759 receiving yards... As a senior, the Biletnikoff Award semifinalist established a new SEC record with 112 catches... His receiving yardage total of 1,477 yards is the third highest total ever by an SEC receiver.
The Total Tutor, Neil Haley will interview Billboard Recording Artist Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin. Neil will interview Consuelo to find out about how she became a singer, her famous family histroy, and her latest single.
The seventh generation descendent of Cornelius Vanderbilt, Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin could have gone on to lead the privileged life of a
debutante. Dubbed the “Rebel Heiress” by Prestige Magazine, she chose to pursue her dreams of being an artist instead, immersing herself full force into the world of dance-pop music.
In addition to founding her own record label, C&R Records, Consuelo has performed around the world and shared the stage with such notable artists as Mya, Tweet ,Vanessa Carlton and Joe Cocker.
Among her many accomplishments, Consuelo performed “God Bless America” at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles and twice performed for hundreds of thousands at Capital Pride in Washington D.C and was asked to perform for Fashion Week in NY and Los Angeles.
As her affinity for dance music continues to evolve, Consuelo delves deeper into beats and production, finding inspiration in artists like David Guetta and Calvin Harris.
Her first dance single “Naked” spent 16 weeks on the Billboard charts and reached #12. Her follow-up single “Feel So Alive,” co-written and produced by Peter Amato reached Billboard’s #2 spot for Breakout Artist and #21 on the U.S. Billboard Dance Charts.
Consuelo’s current single, “Here We Go” captured the attention of the German, French and UK DJs and landed her in the German club charts for the first time. It is now being played by thousands of DJs in Europe which placed her in the German DDC top 50, DDP top.
Junior wide receiver Chris Boyd is a massive deep threat with rare athleticism that has opted to declare early for the NFL Draft.
Boyd, who was listed at 6-foot-4 on Vanderbilt's roster, caught 50 passes for 774 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore in the 2012 season.
Chris joins Joe Everett of RookieDraft.com to talk about his collegiate career and his NFL Draft experience.
NFL Draft Preview
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• 2013 First Team All-SEC (Coaches)
• 2013 Second Team All-SEC (AP, Athlons & Phil Steele)
• 2013 SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week (Oct. 19)
• 2013 Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List
• 2013 Outland Trophy Watch List
• 2012 All-SEC Honorable Mention (AP)
• 2012 SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week (Nov. 3)
• Outland Award Watch List
• 2010 SEC All-Freshman team
Patrick Meechan returns for this episode discussing demons, exorcisms, spiritual wickedness, and the evil times we live in today. His guest is Pastor and Exorcist Billy Vanderbilt.
During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it's a special honor to feature the heart-work of Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center and Team Martina. Triple negative breast cancer is one of the most aggressive types and doesn't respond well to known treatment protocols. Specifically-targeted research is urgently needed, and Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center is dedicating the time, talent, and team to do it.
We'll revisit with Sheila Jones of Team Martina to hear exciting updates on the Martina McBride Breast Cancer Research Grant. The grant helped make strides in triple negative research over the last year, honoring of a teammate who died of the disease. Now, there's more potential for the grant with a "Coffee for a Cure" campaign and it's gone nationwide. The community initiative shows the impact when people come together for good.
Dr. Vandana Abramson will join us, too. She's a breast cancer physician and researcher at Vanderbilt University and the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. After receiving her B.A. in English and Molecular & Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, she went to medical school at the University of Chicago. Dr. Abramson completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Harvard University's Brigham and Women's Hospital. She then went on to complete a fellowship in Hematology/Oncology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. She also obtained a Master's degree in Translational Research.
Dr. Abramson research focuses on early stage clinical trials of novel treatments for all types of breast cancers, and she has received grants to study triple negative breast cancer. She has received awards for her clinical and research work and is currently leading clinical trials in breast cancer, both at Vanderbilt and nationally. Don't miss this extraordinary hour of updates!
In some cases of high-conflict divorce, a child allies himself strongly with one parent (the preferred parent or alienating parent) and rejects a relationship with the other parent (the target parent) without legitimate justification.
Children are the most vulnerable members of a family and it is only to be expected that a parent will find them a useful tool against the other parent. In its more subtle forms, it is near impossible to detect.
Why does this happen? What can be done about it? Why has there been opposition to recognizing parental alienation as a serious problem?
Join us as psychiatrist Bill Bernet discusses his work regarding this troubling situation.
William Bernet, M.D., is a graduate of Holy Cross College (summa cum laude) and Harvard Medical School. He is currently a professor emeritus at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. He is board certified in general psychiatry, child psychiatry, and forensic psychiatry. As an expert in forensic psychiatry, Dr. Bernet has testified about 300 times in 20 states.
Dr. Bernet has written professional articles and chapters on a variety of subjects, including: group and individual therapy with children and adolescents; humor in psychotherapy; forensic child psychiatry; child maltreatment; true and false allegations of abuse; satanic ritual abuse; reincarnation; child custody and visitation; parental alienation; testimony regarding behavioral genomics; and risk management.
In 2007, Dr. Bernet and Judge Don R. Ash published Children of Divorce: A Practical Guide for Parents, Therapists, Attorneys, and Judges. Dr. Bernet edited Parental Alienation, DSM-5, and ICD-11, which was published in 2010. Dr. Bernet and his colleagues edited Parental Alienation: The Handbook for Mental Health and Legal Professionals, which was published in 2013.
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