Conversations with Lizz Sommars
Conversations with Lizz Sommars
'Conversations' - 12/14/14
'Wheat Belly Total Health' - Dr. William Davis, 'At War' - Shane Harris.
communications among other things. And on the other side of it the high tech industry we have here in the telecommunications companies that. Literally run the network that transmit or data the process our Internet communications Internet service providers. Increasingly other high tech companies like Google FaceBook and Yahoo! and social media sites as well. And what this alliance is really is the kind of
'Conversations' - 12/7/14
'Silent Voices' - Dr. Robert Okin, 'Co-Parenting Over the Holidays' - Karen Bonnell.
Francisco for seventeen years the is also a former state commissioner of mental health for both Vermont and Massachusetts. After his career he developed crucial services and clinical case management programs to enable mentally ill people
in this Timmy your book could be part of the curriculum of mental health training that bad is preparing people to work more effectively. With the homeless who are seriously mentally you know. Well I always
if you will I mean of the needs of our the our mental health system aimed are we abandoning the homeless mentally ill. Oh what of the reforms would be meaningful that we did we can
'Conversations' - 11/30/14
'Locked Down, Locked Out', parts 1 & 2, Maya Schenwar
my mission mart is the executive director of truth about. An independent social justice news website she has written about prison issues are various publications including the New York Times in the guardian. She writes about why prison doesn't work and how we can do better in the book lot down and
'Conversations' - 11/23/14
'EBOLA: Another Avoidable Crisis?' - Robert Walker, 'Accidents of Marriage' - Randy Susan Meyers.
robust. In those strikers circumstances. We could see an outbreak of a bird flu or bowl or some other potential contagion. And so from from our standpoint we. We're concerned that more resources need to be
'Conversations' - 11/16/14
'Down Size' - Ted Spiker, 'Transform Your Boundaries' - Sarri Gilman
Along the way he has talked to some of the world's leading weight loss experts taken cues from other men and women who have lost as much as half of their body weight. And learn some tough lessons on his own. Obesity is the proxy for other life shorten her as being overweight is associated with conditions such as high blood pressure heart disease and diabetes we all the facts and realities of obesity. And how this knowledge help this actually lose the weight in other
'Conversations' - 11/9/14
'How to Speak Money' - John Lanchester, 'The End of Stress' - Don Goewey
take over your experience. They wreak Havoc on your health policy enormous health problems they killed brains so. And left attempted to it will eventually kill you I mean it's of stresses that something's assembly do
'Conversations' - 11/2/14
'No Drama Discipline' parts 1 & 2 - Daniel Siegel, M.D.
In ways that science suggest are really the most helpful for the child development . What about that time pilot and a lot of parents think that that is. The most effective or the most loving and
learn the basics skills. Everything becomes more rewarding not only for your child development but for you to prepare. If you would like to learn more about the work of my guest today doctor Daniel Siegel
'Conversations' - 10/26/14
How to Raise a Drug-Free Kid - Joseph Califano, Jr., Conscious Living, Conscious Aging - Ron Pevny.
the program today. It's my pleasure list hello to you. As the baby boomer population is retiring they are doing so as the healthiest generation with a dramatically increased life expectancy . Age looking a whole lot different for these folks no longer too many seniors find fulfillment impassioned by winding down for twenty
'Conversations' - 10/19/14
The Wiser Divorce - Angie Hallier, 'Getting Schooled' - Garret Keizer
chieftains. Another big change. That you have witnessed his DUBTI guess of standardized testing and how you feel about this emphasis. On and so much of an emphasis on standardized testing . Well again I think it if it's good idea to exercise some critical thinking. Don't want them exhibited need jerk reaction that I could do have some concerns. About the ubiquitous -- -- -- standardized testing . Our first of -- not everything can be tested and everything it's taught. Other precinct that one would wanna give to young
concerns about who is rising this initiative. Where is this push for standardized testing coming from. And I think it is coming from people who are not necessarily interest it and giving. Children all the tools
'Conversations' - 10/12/14
Age of Opportunity - Laurence Steinberg, Ph.D., Technocreep - Thomas Keenan
creep apparently there are calculators now that -- -- believe predict your life expectancy . That's right they actually there's one called death timer and by two of those -- -- -- using data that you get