Author Anne Sarkisian discussed her belief doctors need better education on celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, her family’s propensity for gluten sensitivity, her view more gluten sensitivity testing is needed, and the effect of eliminating gluten from her household.
Sportscope founder and former New York Knick Dick Barnett, ph.d., discussed the literacy problem facing many inner city youth, the non-profit organization’s literacy initiative, and literacy challenges faced by many inner city youth.
Attorney Adam Thompson discussed how things have changed in the 20 years since the Oklahoma City bombing, as well as the conviction of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, and the aftermath of the Boston bombing trial.
Lisa Koss and Family Teams Committee Co-Chair Jennifer Orcott discussed the work of the March of Dimes, that prematurity is the leading cause of death in the first year of life, and the organization’s annual March for Babies.
Federal Tax Practitioner David Selig discussed last minute tax preparation tips, what happens if you can’t pay your taxes this year, charitable deductions, and the Affordable Healthcare Act provisions.
It’s Not Your Fault Executive Director Polly Franks discussed efforts to keep a sexual predator who attempted to attack her children behind bars, ways predators cultivate their victims, use of the internet to monitor predators, and the organization’s Operation Fuzzy.
Water Aid America Chief Executive Sarina Prabasi discussed the importance of water and sanitation, the Water for the World Act, and the reality of a world where everyone has access to safe water and sanitation.
Dr. Michael Fenster discussed recommendations listeners can use to motivate themselves to get in shape, why he views calories as an outdated measure of food value, and the importance of spicing up healthful choices. \
Shelley Pazer, Ph.D., discussed evidence showing age-related decline is not inevitable, how brain training can help people get smarter, and how brain training can address some attention issues and traumatic brain injury.
Lifespire Chief Executive Officer Mark van Voorst, Chief Operating Officer Tom Lydon, and former board member Larry Hirsch discussed the nonprofit agency’s services for individuals with developmental disabilities, initiation of the Sunday morning bowling league, and Lifespire’s March 22nd bowl-a-thon fundraiser.
Harvard Medical School researcher and physician Dr. Angelo Volandes discussed a renewed vision of the patient-doctor relationship, his belief that a well-lived life deserves a good ending, and the importance of discussing final wishes with loved ones prior to the onset of chronic illness.
Journalist Doug Fine discussed the movement in Congress to lift the decades-long ban on hemp, and his belief that hemp legalization could boost the American economy and spawn a mini hemp-based industrial revolution.
Psychoanalyst Frieda Birnbaum discussed her belief that men who post a lot of selfies are more likely to be psychopaths; why men cheat on their pregnant wives; and the implications of dating coworkers.
Foundation Beyond Belief Executive Director Dale McGowan discussed his guidance and insights to help serious daters discuss their differences in belief, how the daters can discover shared values, and support for negotiating shared spiritual and ritual practices.
Former Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey Executive Director Arnie Wexler and journalist Steve Jacobson discussed what compulsive gambling is, the scope of the problem with casino workers, Wexler’s work in recovery, the spread of legalized forms of gambling, and the impact of internet gambling.
The Lassy Project CEO John Guydon discussed the free missing child notification service, how the Lassy Project differs from amber alerts, and how the Lassy Project is also used for special needs children, missing or wandering seniors, and missing pets.