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This week Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro are: PGA Tour Pro Jim Estes and Allen Edmonds CEO Paul Grangaard. Jim Estes is not only a PGA Tour Professional but he also helps teach physically challenged wounded warriors and is co-founder of Salute Military Golf Association. Paul Grangaard has brought Allen Edmonds back from the brink of bankruptcy and restored it to being a thriving company, including partnering with Jack Nicklaus on a new line of golf shoes. Allen Edmonds shoes are 100% made in America and are handcrafted shoes and have been so since 1922. Tune in to hear their stories and our conversations on this episode of Next on the Tee.
Join Chris Mascaro every Saturday at 10:00 AM Eastern Time as he talks with PGA & LPGA Tour legends, today's players, equipment manufacturers, top instructors, media members and all those impacting the great game of golf on Next on the Tee.
In this Next Fan Up we recap all the games from week 3 in the NFL Preseason. Mark Sitko, the Eagles Superfan, is joined by Rob Koller (Browns Superfan) and special guest Ramona Rice - host of Sports Gal Pal (http://www.sportsgalpal.com/), a podcast that has recently featured all of the superfans previeing their team's season.
Welcome to the Refractive Thinker® Radio Show hosted by the award winning and international bestselling author Dr. Cheryl Lentz, The Academic Entrepreneur.
Meet the scholars of the award winning doctoral anthology series: The Refractive Thinker®, where we focus on getting doctoral research off the coffee table and into the hands of business owners who can benefit from the results. Academic Research Solutions for Business Results.
Join us each week for 30 minutes of thought provoking radio, every Tuesday Morning at 9 am MST, designed to discuss emerging topics in higher education and business. We will meet today’s industry thought leaders and college professors leading the way.
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Mondays at 4 pm PST/ 7 pm EST join Steve Kim and Gabriel Montoya for The Next Round on the LeaveItIntheRingradio.com Network.
Today, Steve and Gabriel review this past weekend's match-ups including:
(ESPN) Abner Mares vs Leo Santa Cruz
(PPV) Shane Mosley vs Ricardo Mayorga 2
And they breakdown this week's PBC on CBS and Fox Sports 1 shows.
For the grand finale, The Korean Hammer and GGG Montoya take a look at Floyd Mayweather, Jr vs Andre Berto "High Stakes" PPV a week early because Labor Day (next Monday) is for taking the day off.
And as always, news, notes and your calls.
Tweet questions live to @SteveUCNLive and @Gabriel_Montoya. Call in with questions at 347-215-7598. Or download the LIITR Boxing app to listen on your mobile device. For post-show listening, download Leave It In The Ring on itunes. Help us out and give us a review on itunes. We are also available on the Leave it in the Ring podcast app and the Audioboom app.
DR. FORD HAS A CONFLICT. WE ARE WORKING TO REBOOK THIS FOR NEXT WEEK. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. - JOYCE AND ROBIN
What can we do to lower the incidence of infant deaths? Joyce and Robin speak with Dr. Robert Ford, a retired obstetrician/gynecologist (OB/GYN) from West Memphis, Arkansas, now living in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. Ford shares his insights into this problem, which is highest in the Southern states.
Unfortunately, about 24,000 infants died in the United States in 2011. The loss of a baby remains a sad reality for many families and takes a serious toll on the health and well-being of families, as well as the nation.
The death of a baby before his or her first birthday is called infant mortality. The infant mortality rate is an estimate of the number of infant deaths for every 1,000 live births. This rate is often used as an indicator to measure the health and well-being of a nation, because factors affecting the health of entire populations can also impact the mortality rate of infants. There are obvious differences in infant mortality by age, race, and ethnicity; for instance, the mortality rate for non-Hispanic black infants is more than twice that of non-Hispanic white infants.
What are the Causes?
Fortunately, most newborns grow and thrive. However, for every 1,000 babies that are born, six die during their first year.1 Most of these babies die because they are—
Born with a serious birth defect.
Born too small and too early (i.e., preterm birth; birth before 37 weeks gestation).
Victims of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
Affected by maternal complications of pregnancy.
Victims of injuries (e.g., suffocation).
These top five leading causes of infant mortality together account for 58% of all infant deaths in the United States in 2011.
Julie was born in South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge reservation; she now lives in South East Iowa, in a small, rural community called Mediapolis, with her husband Matthew, and youngest son, Logan.
She is a champion Northern Plains Womens Traditional Dancer and Princess, horsewoman and breeder of fine Native American and Paint horses, dedicated to passing on the traditions of her Nation to the next generation, a Pipe Carrier, an accomplished Re-enactor and Rendezvouer, a recovering lightning strike victim and a Lakota Sioux Hunkapi.
Julie is known for her indefatigable work in working with the various officials, directors and vendors in the setting up of powwows in the Iowa area.
Julie is also an accomplished artist and creates beautiful jewelry, dream catchers, ledger paintings and other forms of American Indian art.
Julie, or Spot, is my sister by Hunkapi, or the Making of Relatives Ceremony. To me, she is my Cuywayla, or younger sister, and I am Tanksey – older sister.
(Tune in to The Next Mission Radio with your host Daniel Mays)
Join us as we go on air with Mr. Curtis Jones (Mr.VA/Gunny) as we dive into some of the issues that surround VA disabilities and ratings. We will be discussing issues and simple things that veterans miss when going to sign for their ratings. Also we will be discussing some other programs that are available for veterans such as the VFW, DAV, American Legion just to name a few.
Curtis Jones is a retired Marine Gunny who joined into the Marine Corps in 1977 during his time in service until his end of service in 1998. Once out of the military he held multiple jobs ranging from work as a security consultant all the way up to working for the FBI and everything else in between. Along with some of the jobs that the Gunny has held he has also volunteered his time and efforts to give back to the Veteran Community by taking part in VFW Post 304, DAV CHAPTER 3, AMERICAN LEGION POST 141, FRA BRANCH 24, and AMVETS.
"I work for the DOD, but my life's mission is to help any and all Vet's that I can. I believe in God and Country in that order and I am willing to die for both! I have always stood up for the underdog and will continue to do so! I am a combat Vet and a wounded warrior even tho you can't see my wounds. I have been in two helicopter crashes. Ran over a landmine in Bosnia, shot in the chest but by the Grace of God my vest took the round, almost taken out by an IED also in Bosnia."-Curtis Jones (Gunny)
So please join us on the air to talk with myself and Mr. Curtis to discuss VA ratings and any questions about the process and local VFW, DAV, and American legions.
Praise the Lord everyone, all is well.To God be the glory for the things he has done. Tune into Teaching Tuesday September 1, 2015 11 am cst to hear what the spirit has to say to the church, remember we are the church not the building. God is faithful he sees and knows right where you're at, so be of good courage, be of good cheer Jesus said I'll never leave you nor forsake you,Know that the Lord is right there with you where ever you may be. Until next Teaching Tuesday Be Blessed and Be A Blessing. First Lady Doniele Wilson All in the Body of Christ.