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  • Black History Month: Comedian Jaljuda Dee

    in Psychology

    We need to celebrate our people everyday. Today on Rollin g with the Diva we will discuss all the inventions by Black Americans. This will include men and women.

  • Undiscovered Beasts and Strange Phenomena - Jeff Stewart and Bryan Impey

    in Science

    Please join Undiscovered Beasts and Strange Phenomena with Adam Davies Tuesday February 19th at 10 PM ET (7 PM PT), for an interview with Jeff Stewart and Bryan Impey. Jeff is widely renowned for his extensive knowledge of wildlife and the great outdoors, and Bryan is extremely knowledgeable about the legend of the Boggy Creek Monster and those folks closely involved in the history behind the story. Both of these guys are avid Bigfoot researchers and have spent time in the field together, as they are also great friends. We will be talking Bigfoot in the south, Boggy Creek and much more. Please join us for this great show!

  • Part 3: CUTV News Radio welcomes back author Vance Thomas

    in Environment

    Pomona, CA – In 2009, Thomas, a semi-retired journeyman electrical lineman, started experiencing intermittent blackouts. Thomas would be misdiagnosed with epilepsy and prescribed every epilepsy medication there was. None worked and that’s when he started to do some research on his own. What he discovered shocked him.
    According to Thomas, linemen are only taught about ohms, volts and amps. But there is another form of energy linemen are exposed to: gauss.
    Gauss, or magnetic induction, is a measurement of the electron field. If you're in a linemen’s bucket, your body absorbs those electrons. Your body can only stand so much.
    When we are outside in the sunlight, we are exposed to 2 to 4 Milligauss of magnetic induction, radiation from the Sun; when we are in a MRI Tube we are actually exposed to 15,000 to 30,000 gauss, for a period of less than five minutes. When linemen are in High Voltage Rubber Gloving they are exposed to 100 to 10,000 Gauss for hours, depending on Voltage and Amperage.
    “We need a government agency to educate people and regulate exposure to this regulation.”
    Until 1998, journeymen linemen in California used fiberglass sticks. The power company’s protocol changed and said if the union didn’t switch from fiberglass sticks to rubber gloves, they could no longer work in California. This was not an option.
    “I had to learn this all on my own,” says Thomas. “I read about 7,000 pages and realized I didn’t have epilepsy. I had radiation poisoning.”
    Thankfully, Thomas’ cause offers a simple solution.
    “I'd like us to stop gloving and go back to sticks. I know it's all about money, but I just want to make it safer for all of us.”

  • We Need To Talk- Tough Conversations in Healthcare- What meds are in your home?

    in Science

    This is a weekly Live call-in show pertaining to healthcare issues where medicine and health intersect with law, policy and journalism which literally means everything pertaining to health these days. The show is produced by students at Arizona State University's (ASU) College of Health solutions.  The show is co hosted by Dr. Greg Mayer, a surgeon and palliative care doctor; Professor Swapna Reddy, an attorney and policy and health disparities expert and Dr. Joseph Sirven, a neurologist and journalist.  All co hosts are faculty at ASU's College of Health Solutions.  We will are ready for your questions..  Join us for the tough conversation on What does what is in your Medicine Cabinet tell us about you?

  • Eli and Roscoe,Fashion Designers

    in Psychology

    Not all fashion designers are the same. I am honored to be able to interview my mentor, friend and

  • The Cloth,Author, Sabrina Williams

    in Psychology

    I woke up one morning, Two hours later I had wrote a story on "The Cloth". A short story telling og the love grace and mercy of God. He loves me and you

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    Cortisol, Mortality, and Legacy

    in Social Sciences

    The mammal brain focuses on the survival of your unique individual essence, so it is terrified by the human brain’s awareness of mortality until you soothe it with thoughts of a legacy.   
    This podcast is a live call-in with Loretta Breuning, PhD, author of Habits of a Happy Brain: Retrain your brain to boost your serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin and endorphin levels. Questions? InnerMammalInstitute.org/podcast.
    Happiness is caused by four special brain chemicals: dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphin. When you know how they work in animals, you can find your power over them in daily life. The happy chemicals are not designed to flow all the time for no reason. They evolved to reward behaviors that promote survival in the state of nature. They are only released in short spurts, so you always have to do more to get more. This makes life frustrating!
    Our chemicals are controlled by neural pathways built from life experience. Neurons connect when your happy chemicals flow, which wires you to repeat behaviors that felt good before. Fortunately, you can re-wire yourself, but it’s not easy. That’s why we keep discussing and asking questions.
    The Inner Mammal Institute has resources that help you make peace with your inner mammal: books, videos, blogs, graphics, and podcasts. You’ll find out what turns on your happy chemicals in the state of nature, and how you can turn them on today. It’s not easy being mammal! But you can build your power over your mammalian brain chemicals.
    Listen! Read! Join the conversation! Music from Sonatina Soleil by W.M. Sharp. Hear more of it at InnerMammalInstitute.org/musicbywmsharp.

  • Joy Journal 1: Accepting Yourself

    in Psychology

    Journaling is a great way to write, read and review your thoughts. Join in this 15 minute series.

  • Joy of Journaling 2: Parenting

    in Psychology

    Parenting is not easy, but it is rewarding. Tune in for positive parenting and how to raise your children.

  • Joy of Journaling 3: Motivated After 50

    in Psychology

    You have lived a half of a century. Now what?. Listen in to todays show to learn how to stay motivated after 50 and live healthy.
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     Ways To Find Lasting Happiness After 50
    Focus on Achievement, Not Luck. Express Your Gratitude through Meditation or Prayer. Plan Your “To Do” List. Make Breakfast a Pleasant Ritual. Use Small Gestures to Strengthen Relationships. Find Something to Look Forward to Every Day. Here are a few more Boomerly articles to inspire you to get more from life after 50" Taken from the following website on 1/31/19 https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+stay+motivated+after+50&rlz=1CASMAE_enUS818&oq=How+to+stay+motivated+after+50&aqs=chrome.0.0.11769j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

  • Hair Doctor : Dr. Linda Amerson

    in Psychology

    Hair is unique as people. Join the Diva and she talks a doctor Linda amerson also known as The hair Doctor. We will discuss African American women and natural and we've. Also this show is for any man or woman who is struggling with any form of alopecia scalp eczema and dr.lin don't go through many different types of hair problems and give you advice you'll be able to follow her and also ask her questions.