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  • 00:30

    Close Up Radio Spotlights Neurodiversity Advocate Claudia Matteo

    in Psychology

    Chantilly, VA – An advocate for neurodiversity and mental health, Claudia Matteo, PMP, PsyM, is working hard to bring diverse perspectives into focus. With 26-years of experience as an information technology (IT) professional, her professional goal is to help bring this focus to her work in ethical artificial intelligence (AI).
    Claudia shares, "My twice exceptional (2e) gifted attention deficit (ADHD) brain is creative with strong attention to detail, ethics, innovation, and responsiveness—all of which are superpowers and valuable skills in cybersecurity and automation. With cybersecurity, we must be able to anticipate and see multiple perspectives, as hackers will be looking from various angles to find a way in."
    Dedicated to civil advocacy and bringing diverse perspectives to that table, Claudia has been a family support group facilitator, lead presenter, and board member of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Northern Virginia collaborating with Inova Action Committee, Loudoun Chamber of Commerce, Loudoun Human Services Network (LHSN), Trauma-Informed Community Network (TICN), and the Virginia Mental Health Access Program (VMAP). Her goals here are to help health and human services meet the holistic needs of all community members. She has also worked with Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) to co-implement roundtables and Rights to Guard Boundaries to better support survivors.
    Looking to the future, Claudia has been working on her retirement plan for years and has all the resources in place. "Working with the community, I designed a mental health center that will be free and open to the public with interactive exhibits on how to support various identities."
    For more information about Claudia Matteo, please visit https://www.linkedin.com/in/claudia-matteo-3a46a796/

  • 00:35

    Practically Speaking: Fruquintinib and Advanced Colorectal Cancer

    in Medicine

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    In this episode, Professor Eric Van Cutsem takes us through the incorporation of of Fruquintinib in the management of advanced Colorectal Cancer.  Dr. Van Cutsem will discuss treatment sequencing strategies and toxicity management, and discusses treatment pathways for several different clinical situations. 
    Key Opinion Leader:  Prof. Eric Van Cutsem MD,  Gastroenterology / Digestive Oncology, University Hospitals Gasthuisberg / Leuven & KULeuven, Belgium
    Host: Shaqil Kassam MD. MSc. FRCPC skassam@southlakeregional.org Medical Oncologist Stronach Regional Cancer Centre, Newmarket, Ontario 
    Previous episodes: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/medoncnow

  • 00:30

    Part 2: Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Renowned Physicist Dr. Young Suh Kim

    in Science

    BELTSVILLE, MD - Born in Sorae, Korea in 1935, Dr. Young Suh Kim shares that the United States has been very good to him. "I could never accomplish all I have in any other country except America." Poverty, political unrest, and cultural norms would have made a life in academia impossible. "Growing up in Korea during the 1950s gave me a solid work ethic.
    This foundation is what Dr. Kim brought to America in 1954, where he attended Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University). That's where Dr. Kim first learned about Albert Einstein.
    "I just knew I had to meet Dr. Einstein, who had worked with Princeton University. In 1958, I was accepted to Princeton and my dream came true (as best it could)," explains Dr. Kim. "Even though Einstein had passed in 1955, I was able to work with him through his research.”
    After 20 years (1966-1986) of continuous research, Dr. Kim discovered Wigner's 1939 mathematical paper is applicable to the internal space-time structure of particles.
    While a graduate student and post-doc at Princeton, Dr. Kim met Professor Wigner.
    In 1962, Dr. Kim became an assistant professor of physics at the University of Maryland. After retiring from teaching duties in 2007, Dr. Kim is a Professor of Physics Emeritus at UMD where he has been focusing on research. A prolific author of several books and scientific articles, Dr. Kim most desires to expand Dr. Einstein's theories.
    For more information about Dr. Kim and the University of Maryland, please visit https://www.ysfine.com/ and https://www.terpconnect.umd.edu/~yskim//yspapers/index.html

  • 00:45
  • 04:02

    Let's Do It Radio - Mz. Inez Sez - Let's Talk About It! - Hidden In Plain Sight

    in Science

    04/09/2024 - Let's Do It Radio - Mz. Inez Sez - Let's Talk About It! - Hidden In Plain Sight - Satanic Symbols
    Hostess/Producer: Mz. Inez
    Topic: Hidden In Plain Sight - Satanic Symbols
    Something that is 'hidden in plain sight' is something that appears to be hidden, but is actually very easy to see or find. It means that something is so obvious that it might be missed at first. We may have a few Parts to this Series. The first is Satanic Symbols. HMMM!!!???
    Worldwide Listeners, looking forward to your input and reactions. Join us tonight on Let's Do It Radio - Mz. Inez Sez - Let's Talk About It! - Hidden In Plain Sight - Satanic Symbols.
    In case you miss any episodes, listen ON DEMAND @ blogtalkradio com letsdoitradio. 
    Donate to Keep Let's Do It Radio on the Air - CashApp: $anaisevalcour | VenMo - @Mz-Inez | Zelle
    Email: LetsDoItRadio@gmail.com
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    Call-in/Skype 845.241.9985 or join in the Chatroom. Listen, Share or Click link to join during the following time zones: 6P/7M/8C/9E
    https://www.blogtalkradio.com/letsdoitradio/2024/04/10/lets-do-it-radio--mz-inez-sez--lets-talk-about-it--hidden-in-plain-sight

  • 00:56

    Mary Edwards joins Glenn to discuss Composing Sound & More S7 EP5

    in Environment

    Mary Edwards is a composer and environmental sound artist whose interdisciplinary practice encompasses themes of temporality, impermanence, nostalgia and the natural world that recur throughout her work. She is interested in the invisible architecture and the emotive, historic, cinematic and spatial properties of sound. Listening is an inherent and integral part of her process in conveying how all sounds have the potential to be habitable, and can be transformative once you get inside them, as they are simultaneously intimate and immense. Throughout 2023, Mary Edwards' current work-in-progress, "Everywhere We Are is the Farthest Place," has been performed and installed in several iterations at Spitsbergen Artist Gallery/Svalbard, Open Source Gallery/Brooklyn, Epsilon Spires/Vermont and the Beyond Listening International Symposium on Sonic Ecologies/Budapest.
    Drawing partly on sound as a vibrational phenomenon and Space Analogues, this immersive compositional soundscape with cinematic audio, is, according to Edwards, “an ode rather than an elegy” to the transforming Arctic landscape, climate vulnerability, elemental sensuality and terrestrial/space connectivity.
    maryedwardsmusic.com

  • 00:41

    Biden-Harris Administration finalizes strongest-ever pollution standards .

    in Energy

    Solar Now And The Future With Its Economic Imact On Black America
    Call-In# 646-668-2948 ----  EPISODE 367
    Date: 4/3/2024 .... .  Hosted By: Ronald Bethea
    Host: Introduction: 11:00 -1:03 pm Est.: Introduction 
    Host: 11:04 am -11:34 - am est.: Topic of Discussion: Biden-Harris Administration finalizes strongest-ever pollution standards for cars that position U.S. companies and workers to lead the clean vehicle future, protect public health, address the climate crisis, save drivers money
     Host: 11:35-11:38 pm est.: Commerical 
    Host: 11:39-11:57:04pm est.t: Topic of Discussion: New Power Generation Quarterly: 2023 Q3
    Host: 11:59-12:00 pm est.: Closing Remarks

  • 00:43

    Sandy Robertson: One Of Life's Greatest Mysteries Solved! Why Am I Eating This?

    in Medicine

    Sandy Robertson, RN, MSN, PH-CNS, is a Board Certified Holistic Nurse (HN-BC), Certified Medical Intuitive (CMIP), and Certified Healing Touch Practitioner (CHTP) who weaves the traditional art and science of medicine with mind-body approaches to well-being. For the past 25 years, she’s been a highly sought healing guide in private practice and a notable corporate healthcare systems leader/educator in the forefront of integrative, complementary, and holistic approaches to health and wellness.
    With her love of healing and healing energy, Sandy broadened her focus of corporate healthcare to serve private clients through her private practice, Energy Works Wisdom. Sandy continues to consult with healthcare programs, focusing on whole health integration. “Why Am I Eating This, a guide with compassionate, evidence-based wisdom on how we care for ourselves and our mind, body, and spirit” is her first book.

  • 00:55

    Way of Healing Avoiding Double-Mindedness: The Importance of Renewing Our Mind

    in Psychology

    Hello everyone welcome to Reaching Out Radio International, we are a ministry team working in love and unity in one mind one accord as the body of Christ sharing the Gospel into the world. 
    If you’ve ever wrestled with your thought patterns or belief systems, and desire to learn to avoid the pitfalls of being double-minded, this broadcast will help you address these very important issues. God's Word tells us that "A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways." ~ James 1:8. How we think leads to how we feel, which in turn leads to what we do. I will break down and explain what it means to be double-minded according to Scripture, along with describing the concept of mind renewal. We'll then look at how, through the Lord’s help as we allow Him to lead us in examining and processing our thoughts according to the truth of His Word, we can be of sound mind, and truly 'have the mind of Christ' (1 Corinthians 2:16)!
    We thank you for listening for your continued prayers and support as we share the Gospel into the world. God Bless You!!

  • 00:57

    do we earn a income or make one.

    in Social Sciences

    the way its change is that as far as making a  living.its confusing.we taught to earn income.but we all do that and get tax.the most.and every day struggle.when people with passive. income live there dreams and fantises

  • 01:01

    Tom Paladino Scalar Light healing

    in Science

    Tom Paladino is a scalar energy researcher based in Florida. Scalar energy is the fundamental life force found everywhere in the world, space and universe. It originates from the sun and stars. Chi, prana, OM, mana, life force, pyramid energy or zero-point energy are synonymous terms for scalar energy
    He theorized that all energy in the universe initiates as scalar energy; and that the sun of our solar system and the stars of the universe are the points of origin, “the storehouses,” for scalar energy. He further theorized that scalar energy is instructive energy, as the entire universe is instructed by this Divine Essence. Subsequently, all spiritual, cognitive, emotional and physical action in the universe is initiated and maintained by scalar energy instructions. Scalar energy provides order in the universe. Tom Paladino is a scalar energy researcher based in Florida. Scalar energy is the fundamental life force found everywhere in the world, space and universe. It originates from the sun and stars. Chi, prana, OM, mana, life force, pyramid energy or zero-point energy are synonymous terms for scalar en