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More than 7 million people viewed teacher Flossie Lewis's Brief but Spectacular take on growing old in 2016. When it aired, her former students contacted us by the dozen, many to express appreciation for the profound impact she had on their lives. Flossie, now 94, returns in this special installment for an inspirational class discussion with so ...…
 
She’s been called “America’s Money Maven” and has written a number of best-selling books that help redefine true wealth. However, Patrice Washington's journey didn't happen overnight. She built a successful career in real estate and was living the high life until the recession took it all away. She went from a 7-figure business to scraping up c ...…
 
A sudden bridge collapse in Italy has sparked interest in the safety of structures worldwide.
 
Bear sightings at Yosemite National Park are down, but the park's infamous traffic poses a new threat.
 
Researchers have identified a gene in elephants that can detect and kill cells that have damaged DNA.
 
Sometimes, it’s better to let others take charge.
 
The Earth has been safely storing its own natural nuclear waste for two billion years. What can we learn from that?
 
The discovery that a methane-burping microbe was not a bacterium, added a new, third branch to the tree of life: The Archaea.
 
The Army Corps of Engineers is investigating sea gates and other barriers to protect New York from a future Sandy. But others have doubts.
 
The purpose of this guide is to engage cities to become more age-friendly so as to tap the potential that older people represent for humanity. It describes the converging trends of rapid growth of the population over 60 years of age and of urbanization, outlines the challenge facing cities, and summarizes the research process that led to identi ...…
 
There are over 30 million kids and teens in America alone with special needs. 30 MILLION! That means millions of families cannot take their children to church because they don’t have adequate programs for their needs. Craig and Samantha Johnson know what that feels like because their son Conner has autism. Enter Lakewood Church in Houston, Texa ...…
 
Dustin saves the world at the zoo. Sasquatch porn, Creepy gas station gun dude. And much much more!jestersacademy.podomatic.comtwitter.com/jestersacademytwitter.com/kmacho3605twitter.com/bearclaw_bobtwitch.tv/jestersacademypatreon.com/jestersacademy
 
Thanks again to EMAX-USA and RaceDayQuads for sponsoring this week’s show! Emax-USA 10% Coupon: “FPVSHOW” RDQ 5% Coupon (changes weekly!): “FPVShows” Check us out at: fpv.fm Leave a Voicemail at 929-277-7985 Discord: https://discord.gg/MHHXQZb Taranis Sound Pack: http://bit.ly/fpvsPack Taranis Splash Screen Creator: https://fpvtaranis.oxi.ch/ I ...…
 
The International Institute of Therapeutic Intervention and Learning is a great resource for those utilizing brain entrainment and neurofeedback. Their soundscapes specifically target areas where a client may be having trouble. For those unfamiliar with Brain Entrainment, it refers to the capacity of the brain to naturally synchronize its brain ...…
 
In turn of the century Atlanta, pharmacist John Pemberton has invented a dynamite health tonic with some secret ingredients his customers can’t get enough of. There’s only one problem. With the city about to go dry, the temperance authorities are coming for him. Pemberton needs to cook up a new recipe, fast — before his own demons tear him apar ...…
 
Celebrity trainer Mike Ryan, aka "The Muscle Critic", dropped by Mark Bell's Malibu house for another podcast. Mike has trained Brad Pitt, The Rock, Mickey Rouke and many more. As with a majority of the previous guests we've had on here in LA, you can find Mike at Gold's Gym Venice on a daily basis, usually wearing extremely short shorts.➢SHOP ...…
 
Your OT knowledge is power. Information is liberating for both you and your clients, patients, and students. Education is the premise of progress, in every society.
 
Another staple at Gold's Gym Venice, Tito Raymond. Mark Bell and Tito have been friends for years but never got around to podcasting together until now. Tito started bodybuilding in 1993 and his first 1st place win came in the 1997 Musclemania competition. Tito is still one of the top trainers at Gold's Gym.➢SHOP NOW: https://markbellslingshot. ...…
 
Dustin gets bullied buy Replika, Then turns into a beeboy. Chris teaches the guys about outer course and decarboxilating. Alex Jones is removed from the webs. and much more.jestersacademy.podomatic.comtwitter.com/jestersacademytwitter.com/kmacho3605twitter.com/bearclaw_bobhttps://discordapp.com/…/444177359516467…/444177360070377473patreon.com/j ...…
 
This week, we're talking Prince lyrics in German, when pistachio nuts used to be red, Nastassia's special farro recipe (using Bob's Red Mill farro, of course!), dihydromyricetin, Paul Adams' recent bender at Existing Conditions, corn starch, and more! Cooking Issues is powered by SimplecastBy info@heritageradionetwork.org (Heritage Radio Network).
 
Developmental Coordination Disorder is a marked impairment in the development of motor skills and coordination; this has a significant impact on child/young person’s occupations, particularly their self-care skills and their school life. This is why Occupational therapists are key to working with clients with Developmental Coordination Disorder ...…
 
We hope you enjoyed our series on eBay vs PayPal. Here to discuss her thoughts on the PayPal mafia alums is Kara Swisher. Swisher is the self-described "grumpy lady of tech" and host of the podcast Recode Decode. She's known for her tough takes on Silicon Valley, is Silicon Valley royalty, and even had a cameo in Season 1 of HBO's Silicon Valle ...…
 
“Kids are so much more educated today…they already know from their friends and YouTube what they are looking for…" Richard Derr has spent 22 years on the front lines of the toy industry. As the owner of the Learning Express in Lake Zurich, Illinois he is interacting with and learning from our customers everyday. His previous 20 years as an exec ...…
 
The process for making wine, beer, and spirits has remained relatively the same for centuries. In this episode of Here’s an Idea™, we look at the efforts of vineyard owners, distillers, and brewers who are discovering small ways to innovate and adjust their own crafting processes. We speak with former scientists and engineers who are putting th ...…
 
Welcome to another OT News Break. In this episode find out: What’s going on with the OTD mandate Passage of a Medicaid bill supporting OT and opioids USC research showing benefits of OT in pain management The Occupational Therapy job outlook up to 2026 This is the OT News you want to know!!
 
Misunderstood, Mispercieved, Misinterpreted And Judged.
 
In this episode I go over the PCT application timelines and deadlines. Most important are the 12 month and 30 month deadlines, but there are also events at 19 and 22 months that you should be aware of as well as some other events that happen at certain times. If you're at all interested in getting patent protection in foreign countries then you ...…
 
What kind of self-talk can best help us achieve our goals? When we run into challenges, the voice inside our heads can be harsh and critical. Kristin Neff, Associate Professor in Human Development at the University of Texas, Austin, explains that this kind of self-talk does us more harm than good. What works instead, she says, is to speak to ou ...…
 
What kind of self-talk can best help us achieve our goals? When we run into challenges, the voice inside our heads can be harsh and critical. Kristin Neff, Associate Professor in Human Development at the University of Texas, Austin, explains that this kind of self-talk does us more harm than good. What works instead, she says, is to speak to ou ...…
 
Could humans geoengineer their way out of the climate crisis? Plus California wildfire weather, gooey corn, and other science headlines in this week’s News Round-up.
 
The U.K.’s lawn-killing summer has an archaeological upside.
 
A population boom in forests and other wild areas is leading to deadlier, more destructive blazes. How do we cope with worsening wildfires?
 
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