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The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 11.30.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 59:11


HEALTH NEWS    May be worth adopting plant based diet to ease chronic migraine severity, say doctors Stony Brook University and University of Pennsylvania, November 22, 2021   Prescribed meds, elimination diet, yoga and meditation provided no or little symptom relief Boosting dark green leafy veg intake may be key It may be worth adopting a plant based diet, rich in dark green leafy vegetables, to ease the symptoms of chronic migraine, suggest doctors in the online journal BMJ Case Reports. The recommendation comes after they treated a man who had endured severe migraine headaches without aura for more than 12 years.  He had tried prescribed meds (Zolmitriptan and Topiramate); cutting out potential ‘trigger' foods, including chocolate, cheese, nuts, caffeine, and dried fruit; and yoga and meditation in a bid to blunt the severity and frequency of his headaches. Nothing had worked. His headaches were accompanied by sensitivity to light and sound, and nausea and vomiting. On a scale of 0–10, he scored the pain severity as 10–12 out of 10.  The report authors advised the man to adopt the Low Inflammatory Foods Everyday (LIFE) diet, a nutrient dense, whole food, plant-based diet. The LIFE diet includes eating at least five ounces by weight of raw or cooked dark green leafy vegetables every day, drinking one 32-ounce daily green LIFE smoothie, and limiting intake of whole grains, starchy vegetables, oils, and animal protein, particularly dairy and red meat. After 3 months his migraines stopped completely, and they haven't returned in 7.5 years.      Exercising at the start of fast can help people reach ketosis 3.5 hours faster: study Brigham Young University, November 24, 2021       Now a new Brigham Young University study published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise finds that exercising intensely at the start of a fast may help maximize health benefits of temporarily foregoing food. Ketosis occurs when the body runs out of glucose—its first, preferred fuel—and begins breaking down stored fat for energy, producing chemicals called ketones as a byproduct. In addition to being a healthy energy source for the brain and heart, ketones combat diseases like diabetes, cancer, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. For the study, the researchers asked 20 healthy adults to complete two 36-hour fasts while staying hydrated. Each fast began after a standardized meal, the first fast starting without exercise and the other with a challenging treadmill workout.  Exercise made a big difference: when participants exercised, they reached ketosis on average three and a half hours earlier in the fast and produced 43% more BHB. The theory is that the initial exercise burns through a substantial amount of the body's glucose, prompting a quicker transition to ketosis. Without exercise, the participants hit ketosis about 20 to 24 hours into the fast. To calm your emotions, get 15 minutes alone University of Rochester, November 24, 2021 Being by yourself—even for just 15 minutes—may decrease your strong positive and negative emotions, and instead reduce stress and induce calm, a new study suggests. Lead researcher Thuy-vy Nguyen, a doctoral candidate in clinical and social sciences in psychology at the University of Rochester, together with the cofounders of self-determination theory, psychology professors Richard Ryan and Edward Deci, conclude that solitude can lead to relaxation and stress reduction—as long as people actively chose to be alone. In general, solitude, the research finds, has a lessening effect not only on arousing positive emotions but also strong negative emotions, ultimately leaving people calmer, more relaxed, less angry, and less anxious. The researchers define solitude as “a psychological experience of being alone without communications, stimuli, activities, or devices that might facilitate virtual communications such as text messaging or social media.”   Fermented tea could help protect the liver from high-fat diet damage   Tianjin University (China), November 30, 2021   Water extracts of a fermented tea, known as Pu-erh tea, could help to reduce oxidative stress and protect the liver against damage caused by a high fat diet, research in rats has found.   The study, published in Food Science and Human Wellness, investigated the potential of the polyphenol and theabrownin-rich fermented tea to protect the liver after previous studies linked the tea to a raft of health benefits.    “Pu-erh tea can be used as a potential healthy drink for prevention and/or treatment of fatty liver disease and many diseases associated with oxidative stress,” suggested Jing and colleagues.   After the trial, they found that the Pu-erh extract led to decreases in body weight, fat index, MDA and NOS levels. They suggested that these were linked to increases in hepatic T-SOD, CAT and GSH-Px activities. Furthermore, it was found that the extracts increased production of hepatic glycogen and the activity of PK, and reduced glucose levels, thus potentially protecting the liver from the diseases associated with type II diabetes.     Excessive media exposure to traumatic events could harm kids Florida International University, November 20, 2021 FIU scientists investigating the effects of hurricanes and other natural disasters on children's brain development previously found that increased exposure to media coverage of disasters led kids to have post-traumatic stress (PTS) symptoms regardless of physical proximity. A new follow-up study led by FIU psychologists Anthony Dick and Jonathan Comer confirmed those findings and also showed that individual differences in the response in a key brain region involved in detecting threats—the amygdala—predicted the degree to which viewing storm-related media coverage led children to develop PTS symptoms. "Children are among the most vulnerable individuals during disasters, because they are still developing a sense of security, and have little personal control over their environments," said Anthony Dick, psychology professor and researcher at the Center for Children and Families. "PTS can adversely affect long term health in children, but these findings will help us inform communities and families on how they can better prepare for and respond to disasters in ways that mitigate potential negative long-term mental health effects."   Adults with ADHD four times more likely to have generalized anxiety disorder         University of Toronto, November 20, 2021   A new nationally representative study published online in the Journal of Affective Disorders found that one in four adults aged 20-39 with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) had generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Those with ADHD were four times more likely to have GAD at some point in their life, when compared to those without ADHD. Even after controlling for other relevant factors, including sociodemographics, adverse childhood experiences, and a lifetime history of substance use disorders and major depressive disorders, those with ADHD still had more than double the odds of GAD. "These findings underline how vulnerable adults with ADHD are to generalized anxiety disorders," says lead author Esme Fuller-Thomson, professor at the University of Toronto's Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work and Director of the Institute for Life Course & Aging. "There are many studies linking adult ADHD to depression and suicidality, but less attention has been paid to generalized activity disorders and other adverse outcomes across the life course."

Two Month Review
TMR 16.8: "Klaus Haas" [2666]

Two Month Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 66:37


Chad and Katie go it alone on this special Thanksgiving episode, going deeper into "The Part About the Crimes," talking about Chris Andrews's critical book on Bolaño's fiction (in particular the ideas about aimlessness and narrative identity), about Klaus Haas's arrest, about the failure—and disinterest—of most police and detectives in Santa Teresa, and about how to read this particular section of the book.  This week's music is "Interior People" by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. If you'd prefer to watch the conversation, you can find it on YouTube along with all our past episodes. And tune in next Thursday at 9am ET for the next episode. Follow Open Letter, Chad Post, and Brian Wood for random thoughts and information about upcoming guests. Be sure to order Brian's book, Joytime Killbox, which is available at better bookstores everywhere thanks to BOA Editions. And all of Katie's translations, especially Four by Four and Last Words on Earth.  You can also support this podcast and all of Open Letter's activities by making a tax-deductible donation through the University of Rochester.

Garage Logic
11/29 Turns out arctic temperatures have been warming since at least 1900

Garage Logic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 66:25


Turns out arctic temperatures have been warming since at least 1900, according to new research that casts doubt on scientific modeling. Our friend Bill Stein alerts us to a new scam that GL'ers need to be aware of. Too much violence in the middle schools in Rochester.

The Flip Empire Show
EP574: Turning A Self-Storage Deal Into A Cash-Flowing Machine

The Flip Empire Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 39:45


If you're ready to drop your W2 job and start creating wealth, this episode is going to be a great source of inspiration. Chris Lawrence shares his journey from leaving his sales job to finding a $2M self-storage deal on his 5th cold call. Stay tuned to learn all the details of this cash-spitting transaction and the keys to overcoming self-limiting beliefs.   KEY TAKEAWAYS The challenges of leaving a full-time job to invest in real estate Resources you need in order to take your first steps into real estate What is a ''freedom number''? How can you discover yours? How the lead generation process for self-storage deals works One way to finance a $2M self-storage investment   RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED The miracle morning by Hal Elrod   TWEETABLES “Sometimes we have to align ourselves with people that believe more in our abilities than we believe in ourselves.” - Alex Pardo   “What's awesome about self-storage is that you can run it like a business and still get the benefits of real estate.” - Chris Lawrence     ABOUT CHRIS LAWRENCE Chris Lawrence is a residential and commercial real estate investor situated in Rochester, NY, who has reached financial freedom at the age of 32. He's the owner of Helping Homes, a company that provides real estate solutions for homeowners by helping them get out of problematic situations like foreclosures, divorce, or having to relocate quickly.  They purchase homes in any condition and work with sellers to meet their needs.     CONNECT WITH CHRIS Website: www.helpinghomesrei.com Instagram: @chrisflipsroc Facebook: @Chris.Lawrence.31     ASCEND Don't Wait To Enjoy Your Life, Tomorrow, Live It Today! How To Grow Your Business, Expand Your Impact, and Experience Your Perfect Life:

Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals
Mobile Home Park Investing in Blue States with Jeff Cook

Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 31:30


Jeff Cook lives and breathes commercial real estate and can usually be found at the office. Jeff finds great fulfillment in the transformation of poorly performing properties, resulting in a very attractive product. Jeff graduated with high honors from Binghamton University with a Masters Degree in Public Administration. He started his career as a project manager for a market research company. He began purchasing multifamily properties in the City of Rochester in 1997. He purchased his first mobile home park in 2009   [00:01 - 04:03] Opening Segment Get to know Jeff Cook Jeff's Mobile Home Park World   [04:04 - 10:53] MHP in New York Dealing with New York's Reputation The Interesting Dynamic of Mobile Home ParksCash for Keys How Jeff handles collections Mobile yet not so mobile   [10:54 - 24:07] Mobile Home Park Investing in Blue States More about Cash for Keys Jeff talks about pads for a park The Business Plan How to Make Sellers Believe that they Should be in a Deal with You Management Nightmares Jeff's Real Estate Milestones How to Exit a $100-Million Mobile Home Park Portfolio Is there another Jeff Cook out there?   [24:08 - 31:31] Closing Segment Quick break for our sponsorsGroundfloor offers short-term, high-yield real estate debt investments to the general public. Check www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ to get started. What is the best investment you've ever made other than your education?MPH in Utica, New York Jeff's worst investmentHis first office building What is the most important lesson that you've learned in business and investing?“Due Diligence. Do your due diligence. Double-check and triple-check it.” Connect with my guest. See the links below.   Tweetable Quotes: “We find the best deals, not exclusively, but our best deals come from relationships.” - Jeff Cook “Each park definitely has its own personality.” - Jeff Cook “There's a lot of equity that's looking to be placed in mobile home parks.” - Jeff Cook ------------ Connect with Jeff Cook through 585-233-4699, jeffcook@cookpropertiesny.com, Facebook and LinkedIn.  Visit their website https://www.cookpropertiesny.com/.    Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self storage, medical facilities, hotels and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your own terms.  LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes                   

Bucked Up With Sam Buck
Episode #131 - Eto

Bucked Up With Sam Buck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 52:02


Episode #131 features legendary rapper & author from Rochester, Eto! Other than being a member of Lord Mobb, he's worked with Westisde Gunn, Roc Marciano, Flee Lord, 38 Spesh, Boldy James and more. You can follow him on social media @etomusicroc!

Ripley Baptist Temple
Episode 125: A Decision To Face • 11-28-21 • Brent Rochester

Ripley Baptist Temple

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 39:24


Pauly Guglielmo Show
66 - Casey (The Roconnoisseur)

Pauly Guglielmo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 28:31


Pauly catches up with Rochester food content creator, who together with SipandSavour has "A Seat At The Table: Volume 2" cookbook available now

Running Inside Out Podcast
106 This is Like Flossing - with Mitch Ball

Running Inside Out Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 126:06


Mitch's race history reads like a guy who REALLY wants to win races. Who REALLY wants to get the most out of himself. Also, he doesn't really run ultras. And yet, his dream race is Leadville 100. Yes, a hundred miler out in Colorado. A race he surely had little chance of finishing, let alone winning. Why was that his dream race? And why are his dreams so long and 12,000 feet elevation? Maybe that's how he thought he could compete... at a higher level. [Cue Who Music]

The StoryTinker
Midnight Poppy Land 84: Spiral (with Erin and Jenn)

The StoryTinker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 85:31


We open with Tora on a bridge, overlooking Narin City. He thinks through his charged day trying to track down Gil and shoot him, unsuccessfully. He begins getting upset at himself, and recalls Joe's voice in his head, telling him to keep a light on. He begins to panic, hyperventilating and blacking out, his negative thoughts swirling together with his affirmative thoughts and glimpses of Alice's encouraging sign at the restaurant. Desperate, he calls out for Poppy, and hears her voice. He uses deep breathing to calm himself, just as Poppy suggested, and it works. He stumbles back from the ledge, literally and figuratively. Meanwhile, Poppy experiences a moment of inexplicable dread, and calls out to Tora in her mind. JANE AND MR. ROCHESTER!! It's over soon, though, and Poppy resolves not to let Tora's behavior go. Her day gets worse as she misses busses and skins her knee, waiting in traffic. Tora, back on the bridge, finally remembers that he was supposed to pick up Poppy. He reads the multiple text messages from Elron (Brian?), tries to reach Gyu, and can't even remember what it was that he said to Poppy. When he calls her, she is short on the phone, and hangs up on him. And just to make the day even better, Tora gets another alert from the motion sensor near Poppy's balcony. Another false alarm? A real scare? We'll find out! ***

Derby Rocz Podcast
Derby Rocz Episode #331

Derby Rocz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 65:30


Episode 331Schramm and Cash talk about their weeks, getting back to practice and more! Flashback interview with Calgary Roller Derby's Easy Break Oven.

Kimberly's Revolution with Revere Realty
Guest Mary Ellen Belding

Kimberly's Revolution with Revere Realty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 65:40


Guest Mary Ellen Belding is on the show today to talk about her experience dealing with the corruption in the New York government.

MPR News Update
How are schools faring as we enter Thanksgiving break? A closer look in Rochester

MPR News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 10:12


There's been a steady stream of COVID-19 cases in many schools across Minnesota. Some districts are seeing so many cases that they've decided to extend the Thanksgiving break to tamp down the spread of the virus. Substitutes are in short supply, and school positions aren't being filled. This is a stressful time for teachers, staff, students and parents. Some districts in the state, including Rochester Public Schools, are adding extra days off in the school calendar in an effort to combat stress. In Rochester, they are being called “planning and wellbeing days.” Kent Pekel, Rochester's interim school superintendent, told host Cathy Wurzer how his district is working to overcome the challenges of the pandemic. Theme music by Gary Meister.

The Get Healthy 360 Podcast
EP135 - Cancer Pain Management - Hemant Kalia MD

The Get Healthy 360 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 60:58


Kris Ferguson MD welcomes Dr. Hemant Kalia to the Get Healthy Podcast. Dr. Kalia specializes in interventional spine and cancer pain management with special expertise in advanced neuromodulation procedures. Listen in as two pain specialists discuss cancer treatment and where pain specialists fit into a comprehensive cancer treatment plan. What is the different between physical medicine rehab doctors and pain management doctors? What is pre-habilitation? How can traditional and alternative approaches to medicine be combined in cancer treatment? And why are controlled studies in pain management difficult and ethically challenging? Dr. Kalia earned his medical degree from Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College in Indore; India and Master's degree in Public Health from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY. His first residency was in Preventive Medicine & Public Health followed by Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at University of Rochester. He subsequently completed an ACGME approved Pain Medicine fellowship at University of Rochester and additional FIPP (Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice) certification from World Institute of Pain. Dr. Kalia is a member of numerous national/international professional societies and sits on various sub-committees. He is part of the Board of Directors at ASPN (American Society of Pain & Neuroscience) and Monroe County Medical Society. He is the Fellowship director of Interventional Spine & Pain fellowship program at Rochester Regional Health and is involved in teaching medical students, residents and fellows from other programs. He also is part of the faculty at national and international hands on cadaveric workshops for interventional spine and pain procedures. Dr. Kalia has presented his work on cancer pain and advanced neuromodulation at multiple national and international conferences including publications in peer-reviewed journals in the field of Pain Medicine. He is the current Editor-in-Chief of Advances in Clinical Medical Research & Health Care Delivery open access Journal.

Ear Shot
COVID took this woman's parents, now she's honoring them

Ear Shot

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 14:14


After losing both her parents to COVID, one Rochester woman is finding a way to honor their memory.Plus: after Mayor Lovely Warren steps down next week, and before Malik Evans is sworn in in January, Rochester will have a 30-day mayor – James Smith.

Getting There With Goz
Jenna Cottrell Gets To 13WHAM

Getting There With Goz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 37:52


Jenna Cottrell of 13WHAM in Rochester joins Goz to share her career journey. Topics include Growing up in Saratoga and how a basketball game decided her college choice The importance of internships Landing a job at ESPN out of college Leaving ESPN for Elmira, NY Joining the 13WHAM team Covering the Buffalo Bills including the viral Mike Evans moment Her battle with cancer and how you can help support this holiday season Getting There With Goz is brought to you by Jared Lozier of Northeastern Insurance. If you are looking to save money on your business, car, or more call Jared today at 518-956-3753. Johnstone Supply in Troy has been serving the Capital District since 1945 for all your HVAC needs. For all heating, air conditioning and ventilating needs call Johnstone Supply at 518-272-5922. Or visit them in person at 2600 6th Avenue in Troy, NY.

Hell Weekly Podcast
(Episode # 63) Bodisim

Hell Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 69:24


Casy has a weird way of saying "BDSM". Also, who would win in a fight to the death between Casy, Colton & Jordan? Who's getting eaten first when the plane goes down?Presented by HQ Audio in Rochester, New York.

Give Us Morgue
The Genesee River Killer Arthur Shawcross

Give Us Morgue

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 44:23


Arthur Shawcross, also known as the Genesee River Killer, terrorized the streets of New York from 1988 to 1989, murdering 12 innocent women, and previously, two beautiful innocent children. The justice system failed the citizens of New York. Sources:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Shawcrosshttps://www.biography.com/crime-figure/arthur-shawcrosshttp://maamodt.asp.radford.edu/Psyc%20405/Shawcross%20Presentation.pdfhttps://www.grunge.com/415510/what-was-serial-killer-arthur-shawcross-childhood-like/https://www.thoughtco.com/profile-of-serial-killer-arthur-shawcross-973145https://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Shawcross,_Arthurhttps://www.famechain.com/family-tree/23412/arthur-shawcross/sarah-shawcrosshttps://rarediseases.org/rare-diseases/xyy-syndrome/http://www.geocities.ws/narcolet/Arthur_Shawcross_The_Genesee_River_Killer.htmlhttps://apnews.com/article/e27c2325228420d9cdf85aac5a09c6f7https://thoughtcatalog.com/brie-calvert/2018/03/27-gruesome-facts-about-the-real-life-killer-known-as-the-monster-of-the-rivers/The Reddit AMA: https://www.reddit.com/r/AMA/comments/esd4e3/at_the_age_of_9_i_discovered_the_body_of_patricia/

Post Bulletin Minute
Afghan arrivals finding partners in Rochester

Post Bulletin Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 4:29


Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: ​1946: Raccoon feed at Rushford American Legion ​Afghan arrivals finding partners in Rochester Austin man pleads guilty to murder charges in death of teenager defending mother from attack Victoria's 'little sister' is on the way, after $1.75 million Med City real estate deal Mayo's Gustafson places third at state while Boorjian has two top-eight finishes Read all stories in this episode at postbulletin.com.

The Pelvic Health Podcast
Movers & Mentors with Tim Reynolds, Julie Wiebe, Sandy Hilton and Biljana Kennaway

The Pelvic Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 58:42


Welcome to this international party episode of The Pelvic Health Podcast.  Movers & Mentors is a new book by physiotherapists Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski featuring the thoughts and advice from leaders in physiotherapy and movement science - a book in which I was asked to contribute to along with absolutely brilliant names, including both Julie Wiebe and Sandy Hilton.  Tim Reynolds asked to interview me about some of my answers to very cool questions in this book and I thought it would be more fun to have Julie and Sandy join, and decided to make it even more international and exciting by inviting another brilliant physio - Biljana Kennaway. I hope you all enjoy!!!! Find the book HERE Bios via link on the names above :) Bios: Bryan Guzski PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, CSCS (couldn't party with us for this episode) is an outpatient orthopaedic physical therapist practicing in Rochester, NY working primarily with patients with spine related issues and persistent pain. Bryan earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ithaca College in 2014, completed an orthopaedic residency program through Cayuga Medical Center in 2015 and received his Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist certification, and earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Simon Business School at the University of Rochester in 2021.    Tim Reynolds PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Anatomy & Physiology at Ithaca College and a part-time physical therapist practicing at Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca, NY where he predominately treats patients with spine or lower extremity impairments. Tim earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ithaca College in 2014 and completed both his orthopaedic residency and spine fellowship through Cayuga Medical Center, and currently helps mentor and teach in both of these programs as well.     

Artisan Church Podcast
Reign of Christ

Artisan Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 31:57


From the message series "Reign of Christ" at Artisan Church, Rochester, NY. www.artisanchurch.com

Pauly Guglielmo Show
65 - Chad aka "Cricket Jesus" (@MeowChickenFish)

Pauly Guglielmo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 38:45


Chad is an RIT packaging sciences major turned sustainability enthusiast turned virtual reality entrepreneur turned cricket farmer. AND, on top of that, he's a legit social media influencer (@MeowChickenFish on Snapchat). Recorded LIVE at The Grow NY Summit in Syracuse, NY.

This Date in Weather History
1970: Double-barreled storm brings snow and thunderstorms

This Date in Weather History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 2:54


A double-barreled autumn storm hurled snow over the northern Midwest and unleashed violent thunderstorms from the Ohio Valley to the Gulf Coast on November 20, 1970. 5" of snow fell in Rochester, MN. 4” fell in Mason City, IA. Heavy snow and drove temperatures to near 0 along the Canadian border. Up to 10” of snow blanketed Cut Bank, MT where the mercury sank to 3 above zero at midnight. Blowing and drifting snow hampered travel in eastern Washington and northern Oregon. Meanwhile, high winds in western New York State caused window breakage and widespread power outages. In the Buffalo area, winds felled trees and electrical wires. Three radio stations in Buffalo suffered a 32-minute interruption of service. One person was hospitalized after being struck by an up-rooted tree. Wind driven waves from Lake Erie spilled onto Route 5 in Athol. Seneca Falls was without power for 2 hours. A severe thunderstorm watch involved portions of a half-dozen states from Kentucky to Georgia. Funnel clouds were sighted during the night at two locations in the Memphis area. Hail pelted Evansville, IN. Tornadoes skipped across parts of Arkansas causing considerable damage, and 16 persons were hospitalized when a tornado swept through Moro and Oak Forest, AR in Lee County. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

True Crime and Coke
ARTHUR SHAWCROSS - PART 1/2

True Crime and Coke

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 24:56


ARTHUR SHAWCROSS - PART 1/2 If you liked this episode and find it worthy of a monetary tip, I would appreciate it. https://cash.me/truecrimeandcoke  Arthur John Shawcross (June 6, 1945 – November 10, 2008), also known as the Genesee River Killer, was an American serial killer active in Rochester, New York. His first known murders were in 1972 when he killed a young boy and a girl in his hometown of Watertown, New York. Under the terms of a plea bargain, Shawcross was allowed to plead guilty to one charge of manslaughter, for which he served 14 years of a 25-year sentence. He killed most of his victims in 1988 and 1989 after being paroled early which led to criticism of the justice system. A food service worker, Shawcross trawled the streets of Rochester in his girlfriend's 1984 sky blue Dodge Omni,looking for sex workers to kill. SOURCES USED: Real-Life Crimes and How They Were Solved #123 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Shawcross https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macdonald_triad https://www.thecrimemag.com/arthur-shawcross-crime-scenes/

3 Brothers and a Bill
Rochester, NY — a Crisis in Violence — how safe do you feel? And the US Army begins forcing out soldiers who refuse the Covid 19 vaccine.

3 Brothers and a Bill

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 43:34


3 Brothers and a Bill discuss the violence in Rochester, NY. How do you feelabout the US Army beginning to force out soldiers who refuse the Covid 19 vaccine.

Derby Rocz Podcast
Derby Rocz Episode #330

Derby Rocz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 55:35


Episode 330Cash and Schramm are joined Boxcar. We talk about moving to Rochester, coaching the Rochester Juniors and more!

Three Percent Podcast
TMR 16.7: "The Next Dead Woman" [2666]

Three Percent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 56:41


Chad, Brian, and Katie dive into "The Part About the Crimes," talking about the fact that the Penitent gets more detective time than all of the murdered women, about the seer, about ventriloquism, about Lalo Cura, and about the existence of Ciudad Juárez in 2666.  This week's music is "Highlights of 100" by Kiwi Jr. If you'd prefer to watch the conversation, you can find it on YouTube along with all our past episodes. And tune in next Thursday at 9am ET for the next episode, "Klaus Haas." Follow Open Letter, Chad Post, and Brian Wood for random thoughts and information about upcoming guests. Be sure to order Brian's book, Joytime Killbox, which is available at better bookstores everywhere thanks to BOA Editions. And all of Katie's translations, especially Four by Four and Last Words on Earth.  You can also support this podcast and all of Open Letter's activities by making a tax-deductible donation through the University of Rochester.

Two Month Review
TMR 16.7: "The Next Dead Woman" [2666]

Two Month Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 56:41


Chad, Brian, and Katie dive into "The Part About the Crimes," talking about the fact that the Penitent gets more detective time than all of the murdered women, about the seer, about ventriloquism, about Lalo Cura, and about the existence of Ciudad Juárez in 2666.  This week's music is "Highlights of 100" by Kiwi Jr. If you'd prefer to watch the conversation, you can find it on YouTube along with all our past episodes. And tune in next Thursday at 9am ET for the next episode, "Klaus Haas." Follow Open Letter, Chad Post, and Brian Wood for random thoughts and information about upcoming guests. Be sure to order Brian's book, Joytime Killbox, which is available at better bookstores everywhere thanks to BOA Editions. And all of Katie's translations, especially Four by Four and Last Words on Earth.  You can also support this podcast and all of Open Letter's activities by making a tax-deductible donation through the University of Rochester.

How Did They Do It? Real Estate
SA308| Exceptional Opportunities of Investing in Mobile Home Parks with Jeff Cook

How Did They Do It? Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 24:57


Today, you'll hear another story from our guest, Jeff Cook, who'll make us realize that mobile home park investing is one of the best asset classes for people who want to invest passively in real estate. Join us to learn how this asset class stood out from the rest despite the global pandemic!Key Takeaways To Listen ForSingle-family vs. mobile homes parksHow to select a profitable market location for investmentMobile home parks: Marketing strategies, operating challenges, and market insightsRefresh renovations: What it is and how it worksImpacts of building a partnership in real estateOutstanding resources to strengthen your knowledge about real estateResources Mentioned In This EpisodeFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive InvestorThe Mobile Home Park Mastery PodcastAbout Jeff CookJeff Cook is the Managing Member & CEO/CFO of Cook Properties NY.  He lives and breathes commercial real estate and can usually be found at the office. Jeff finds great fulfillment in the transformation of poorly performing properties, resulting in a very attractive product. Jeff graduated with high honors from Binghamton University with a Masters Degree in Public Administration. He started his career as a project manager for a market research company. He began purchasing multi-family properties in the City of Rochester in 1997. He purchased his first mobile home park in 2009.Connect with Jeff Website: Cook Property NYEmail: jeffcook@cookpropertiesny.comPhone: 585.233.4699To Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams

Post Bulletin Minute
Bellechester resident: Water 'should at least be drinkable'

Post Bulletin Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 4:53


Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: ​1971: Hayfield basketball team is favorite in Wasioja conference​ ​Bellechester resident: Water 'should at least be drinkable'​ ​Take a trip on the beer highway​ ​'Dangerous' and 'horrific' intersection west of Rochester needs upgrade, county leaders tell legislators ​ ​LeRoy-Ostrander smashes its way into state final​ ​No star, no problem as Chatfield rallies for thrilling win in Class AA semifinals​ ​Wow! Kasson-Mantorville rallies to stun No. 1 Becker in state semifinals​ Read all stories in this episode at postbulletin.com.

Longevity by Design
Dr. Vera Gorbunova — Applying Lessons From Long-Living Animals to Combat Human Aging

Longevity by Design

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 33:49


Did you know that there are species of whales that can live to be over 200 years old? Or that naked mole rats can live up to ten times longer than other mice? These facts and more led scientist Dr. Vera Gorbunova to investigate the mechanisms behind long-lived species and how these can be applied to what we know about aging in humans. In the latest episode of Longevity by Design, our co-hosts, Dr. Gil Blander and Ashley Reaver, are joined by Dr. Vera Gorbunova, Professor of Biology at the University of Rochester and co-director of the Rochester Aging Research Center. Tune in as Dr. Vera Gorbunova discusses commonalities between long-lived animals and how humans can apply these principles into their lives today. To learn more about science-backed ways to live a healthier, longer life, download InsideTracker's InnerAge eBook at insidetracker.com/podcast

Careers Unfiltered
A Glimpse into Product Management, with Sofia Saravia '16

Careers Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 23:33


Sofia Saravia is an Index Data Product Manager at Nasdaq working on identifying products that the company should build out. Sofia is an international student from Mexico who graduated from the University of Rochester with a B.A. in Financial Economics and a minor in mathematics in 2016. She shares how she pursued both her artistic and creative passions along with her love for economics while in college. Sofia shares how she discovered her passion in product management and what that she is responsible for. She also provides tips on how she took ownership of her internship at Nasdaq that eventually led to a full-time offer.

Hobart and William Smith Athletics Podcast
Hobart Football Podcast, Episode 10

Hobart and William Smith Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021


Let's go bowling! Coach Kevin DeWall '00 (@Coach_DeWall) and Ted Baker sit down in the studio to talk about the postseason as Hobart football prepares for Westminster (PA) in the Asa S. Bushnell Bowl. They discussed the all-conference team selections, breakdown the win at Rochester game, draw up the process of bowl game selections and look ahead to the Titans.

MPR News Update
Your questions about COVID-19 booster shots, answered

MPR News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 10:03


Every Minnesota adult will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots by the end of the week — even if the federal government hasn't officially given the OK. State health officials made that decision based on what they're calling an “alarming surge” in COVID-19 cases. Is that the right call? Will giving boosters to adults who are already vaccinated really help? Or would it be better to focus on the almost 40 percent of Minnesota adults who haven't yet gotten a single shot? Dr. Abinash Virk, an infectious disease specialist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, answered questions about the booster shots from host Cathy Wurzer and Minnesota Now listeners. Theme music by Gary Meister.

Post Bulletin Minute
​Collider Foundation leader to join Mayo Clinic's Platform initiative

Post Bulletin Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 4:07


Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: ​1946: Film of German concentration camps to be shown​ ​Collider Foundation leader to join Mayo Clinic's Platform initiative​ ​Rochester author finds respite from grieving in an unusual activity: Doodling. ​ ​Area swimmers excited to make memories, head to state meet​ Read all stories in this episode at postbulletin.com.

Kimberly's Revolution with Revere Realty
It's Ok As Long As You're a Liberal

Kimberly's Revolution with Revere Realty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 62:39


People have a lot of things to say about the Kyle Rittenhouse case, but they're only allowed to say it on social media if they're liberal

The New Majority
Aidymar Bigio, Imagining a Reality That Never Feels Foreign

The New Majority

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 28:24


When Aidymar Bigio immigrated to the United States—having been accepted to the engineering program at the University of Rochester—it came as more than a culture shock. She describes that first step of her journey as a “survival game in assimilation.” Aidymar Bigio's story begins as that of a curious girl who heard a ticking coming from her mom. That experience propelled her towards a career in engineering, and today, as a prominent Latina at Meta, she leads the future of Oculus. 

Post Bulletin Minute
​Increase in violence, disruption at Rochester middle schools prompt administrators to release response plan

Post Bulletin Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 4:18


Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: ​1996: Rochester John Marshall girls hockey team win 1st game ​ ​Increase in violence, disruption at Rochester middle schools prompt administrators to release response plan​ ​What's going on at the Castle?​ ​Turkey struts, disrupts in Southwest Rochester neighborhood​ Read all stories in this episode at postbulletin.com.

ROC Spotlight
#74 “Misconceptions of CrossFit” with guest Jason Wasserman

ROC Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 40:30


Join your host Dr. Matt Driscoll and his guest Jason Wasserman as they discuss: 1. Tell us your story. How did you get into fitness and eventually open up your own CrossFit box? 2. How would you define CrossFit? 3. What are the most common misconceptions when it comes to CrossFit? 4. How do we get the most value out of CrossFit and avoid injuries? 5. Is CrossFit for anyone and everyone? 6. Any advice for someone looking to start CrossFit for the first time? 7. How do you win the day? 8. You mentioned you're currently researching using a continual glucose monitor to track how certain foods affect blood sugar. Where do you get one and how do they work? 9. Tell us more about your CrossFit box. Where are you located and what classes and services do you offer? 10. What separates you from other CrossFit boxes? 11. I heard you went to the CrossFit games awhile back. Tell us about this amazing experience! 12. One of your former Brighton Baseball players is in the majors. Can you talk about him and your relationship? 13. How can listeners get more information on your business, connect with you online, and/or sign up for a class? 14. If you have a friend coming to Rochester, who has never been here, where would you take them? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-matt-driscoll/support

Destination On The Left
Episode 255: Leaning into Our Core Values, with Nicole Mahoney

Destination On The Left

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 22:58


With a talent for creating special events that blossomed while working for my dad's car stereo shop, I got my start in marketing at Frontier Field in Rochester and began serving as the executive director of the internationally known Lilac Festival. Later on, I headed the Canandaigua, New York Business Improvement District while also performing projects for the tourism promotion agency Visit Rochester. In 2009, I founded Break the Ice Media, with more than 20 years of experience in tourism marketing. I now host “Destination on the Left,” a highly successful tourism marketing podcast. As a business owner, I know what it takes to be successful. I founded BTI to help businesses tell their brand story through public relations, digital and traditional channels. I have the ability to uncover unique marketing opportunities and develop marketing and public relations initiatives that help clients build long-term success. On this episode of Destination on the Left, I reflect on whether 2021 has been an easier year than 2020 and why the travel industry hasn't been able to make up the lost ground that we had hoped. I share the key elements that make up our culture at Break the Ice Media and explore our seven essential core values and how we promote and live those values. One of the changes to our work environment that COVID-19 brought was the move from sharing an office to working 100% remotely — so I also want to take some time to discuss how we collaborate and stay connected as a team. What You Will Learn in This Episode: The seven core values at the heart of Break the Ice Media Why the travel industry is still having to make adjustments to welcome guests safely How employers in the industry have the power to change the culture of our organizations and create places of work that value and respect their employees Why we are so intentional about the culture at Break the Ice Media Communication tools we use to stay connected now that we are all working from home Ways that your employees can give you feedback and insight into what they enjoy and would change about the company Our Values and Mission In my opinion, one of the key reasons that Break the Ice Media has not only survived but thrived during the COVID-19 pandemic is that we have leaned on our values. Transparency was an essential feature of navigating the challenges of recent unprecedented events as a business owner. It was so important to me to be very transparent with our team members about where we were in the moment, what the choices were, and why those choices and decisions could change on a dime. As we head towards the end of 2021, we continue to weave our seven core values into our day-to-day practices to keep what it means to work at Break the Ice Media at the forefront of our minds. Collaboration and Respect Our core values give us a clear understanding of who we are as a company, and understanding what we value makes it easier to make decisions and navigate the challenges of the road ahead. As a team, we devoted a lot of time to thinking about our core values and ensuring that what we chose really embodied the company's ethos. Collaboration is one of the values that resonates deeply with me (as you won't be surprised to learn). We are collaborative — it is the bedrock of Break the Ice Media. In our team, everyone's ideas, input, and talents are valued, and as a result, we all feel heard, valued, and respected. To learn more about Break the Ice Media, please head over to the contact links below: Email: nicole@breaktheicemedia.com Website: www.destinationontheleft.com/summit Website: https://breaktheicemedia.com/ Twitter: @Break_TheIce Facebook: @BreakTheIceMedia

Thriving Forward
Dr. Jennifer Nayak and kids from the COVID vaccine study

Thriving Forward

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 14:29


In this special episode, it's all about the kids!  The Pfizer COVID vaccine just got approved for kids 5 and older and doctors and kids right here in Rochester helped make that happen.  Special guest host 10-year-old Lily interviews Dr. Jennifer Nayak, a Pediatric Infectious Disease specialist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, about running this study site and how the vaccine works.  Then we hear from some superhero kids who are participating in the study about their experience and what they want kids and their parents to know about the vaccine.For more info on the COVID-19 vaccine, check out these resources:https://www.aap.org/https://www.cdc.gov/Support the show (https://kidsthrive585.org/about/)

Kimberly's Revolution with Revere Realty

Kyle Rittenhouse's trial is in deliberation. Kimberly's here to let everyone know that size is the most important thing.

Two Month Review
TMR 16.6: "Fire, Walk With Me" [2666]

Two Month Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 69:41


After Chad, Katie, and Brian finish recapping the end of "The Part About Fate"—including the Twin Peaks reference, representations of violence, the apocryphal Robert Rodriguez porno, blindness and impaired sight, and much more—they're joined by Dr. Andrew Martino, a massive Bolaño fan who raises more questions and observations as the group read heads into "The Part About the Crimes." This week's music is "Three and a Half Feet High and Rising" by El Ten Eleven. If you'd prefer to watch the conversation—and see Chad looking mighty uncomfortable in a tie—you can find it on YouTube along with all our past episodes. And tune in next Thursday at 9am ET for the next episode, "The Next Dead Woman." Follow Open Letter, Chad Post, and Brian Wood for random thoughts and information about upcoming guests. Be sure to order Brian's book, Joytime Killbox, which is available at better bookstores everywhere thanks to BOA Editions. And all of Katie's translations, especially Four by Four and Last Words on Earth.  You can also support this podcast and all of Open Letter's activities by making a tax-deductible donation through the University of Rochester.

R.O.G. Return on Generosity
58. Deborah Hart - Seeking Feedback

R.O.G. Return on Generosity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 29:58


58. Deborah Hart - Seeking Feedback “I don't think of myself as anything to do with my title. But that means something to people. When you call and you take time out of your day, that they consider very busy to ask them how they are.” Guest Info: Married to Shel, they are proud parents to twins, Axel & Soleil. And she is a Stepmom to: Dylan, Ashley, and Austin. In the community, Debbie enjoys volunteering and spending time with her “mommy tribe.” Originally from Rochester, New York, she earned her undergraduate degree from Rollins College in Organizational Behavior with a minor in Business Administration. To remain centered, Debbie focuses on her faith and fitness. She begins each day filling her soul and ends the day with gratitude. Started with Disney on the College Program as a Magic Kingdom Merchandise Hostess. Prior to 1999: Leadership roles in Attractions, Merchandise, and Custodial at Disney's Hollywood Studios, including Guest Satisfaction/Cast Excellence Manager. This parlayed into her first “official” role in Human Resources as a Guest Satisfaction/Cast Excellence Consultant for Resorts & Parks. From 1999-2007: Human Resources leadership and expertise supporting multiple business units, including: Resorts, Downtown Disney, Magic Kingdom, Disney Cruise Line, Professional Services, Worldwide Services, and HR Services & Compliance. From 2007-2017: Director of Experience Services for Walt Disney World, including: Guest Correspondence (letters), Guest Information & Collateral, Resort Call Center, Operations Measurement, and Operations Planning. She was a key strategic partner to the Walt Disney World Senior Leaders for large-scale transformation efforts. From 2017-2019: General Manager at the Magic Kingdom, generalist focused leadership for: Tomorrowland, Main Street / Park Arrival, and Merchandise Line of Business. From 2019-2021: Vice President of the WDW Cast Experience team, leading Workforce Management, Operations Training, and efforts focused on enhancing our Site-wide Cast Experience. Favorite Quote: “We do not remember days, we remember moments” — Cesare Pavese   R.O.G. Takeaway Tips: Seek Feedback Offer Feedback Make personal connections Resources: Deborah Hart on Twitter (@DebbieBellavia) Deborah Hart on LinkedIn   Coming Next: Episode 59, we will be joined by Shakeel Bharmal, Teacher, Mentor and Coach and CEO of OceanBlue Strategic Advisors   Credits: Deborah Hart, Sheep Jam Productions, Host Shannon Cassidy, Bridge Between, Inc.

One Before I Die
Ep. 111: Week 10 @ Jets, AFC Up For Grabs, Sabres and Amerks

One Before I Die

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 58:15


A "get right" game for the Bills was in store this past weekend as they stomped the Jets 45-17.  The boys battle through some technical difficulties and give their thoughts on what went down on Sunday.  Things also got a lot more tight in the AFC and the AFC East over the past couple weeks so Sam and Ethan talk about what the picture might look like down the road.  Lastly, the Sabres had a decent bounce back week of games and the prospects down in Rochester have been lighting it up.  Exciting times are coming for the Sabres...

Three Percent Podcast
TMR 16.6: "Fire, Walk With Me" [2666]

Three Percent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 69:41


After Chad, Katie, and Brian finish recapping the end of "The Part About Fate"—including the Twin Peaks reference, representations of violence, the apocryphal Robert Rodriguez porno, blindness and impaired sight, and much more—they're joined by Dr. Andrew Martino, a massive Bolaño fan who raises more questions and observations as the group read heads into "The Part About the Crimes." This week's music is "Three and a Half Feet High and Rising" by El Ten Eleven. If you'd prefer to watch the conversation—and see Chad looking mighty uncomfortable in a tie—you can find it on YouTube along with all our past episodes. And tune in next Thursday at 9am ET for the next episode, "The Next Dead Woman." Follow Open Letter, Chad Post, and Brian Wood for random thoughts and information about upcoming guests. Be sure to order Brian's book, Joytime Killbox, which is available at better bookstores everywhere thanks to BOA Editions. And all of Katie's translations, especially Four by Four and Last Words on Earth.  You can also support this podcast and all of Open Letter's activities by making a tax-deductible donation through the University of Rochester.  

Pauly Guglielmo Show
64 - Gary Mervis (Camp Good Days & Special Times)

Pauly Guglielmo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 62:54


Pauly talks to the founder of one of the greatest gems Rochester has to offer, Gary Mervis of Camp Good Days & Special Times shares how he founded the magnificent place that so many children suffering from life's many challenges can call home

Composers Datebook
Waggoner's Second

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 2:00


Synopsis In the fall of 1995, the American composer Andrew Waggoner received a commission from the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic of the Czech Republic for a new orchestral work, which was premiered on today's date in 1996. “I had a symphony in my mind for some time,” writes Waggoner, “and decided that this was the chance I needed to see it through.” The resulting work, Waggoner's Symphony No. 2, opens with a solo for the cello, an elegy, perhaps, for cellist Anna Cholakian, the founding member of the Cassatt Quartet, who had died from cancer while Waggoner was working on the piece. “Quite unexpectedly, and for the first time in my life as a composer, the piece began to draw from everything around it,” writes Waggoner, including some recycled elements from his own music, including a setting of one of the Holy Sonnets of the 17th century British poet John Donne. Waggoner was born in New Orleans in 1960, and studied music at the Eastman School and Cornell University. In addition to his composition work, he's worked as an announcer and producer for public radio stations WXXI in Rochester and WNYC in New York.  His Second Symphony was recorded by the same Czech orchestra that premiered it. Music Played in Today's Program Andrew Waggoner (b. 1960) — Symphony No. 2 (Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic; Petr Pololanik, cond.) CRI 884

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
7 Signs You Need A Health Makeover

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 154:13


This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health and InsideTracker. So many of us are just managing to get by day-to-day. Maybe you're super sluggish, your digestion is off, you can't think clearly, you have brain fog, or just feel run down. Unfortunately, there is no magic bullet solution. There is, however, a systems-based approach—a way to tackle the multiple root factors that contribute to feeling this way. In this episode, my guests and I dive into this topic and explain the importance of what you put at the end of your fork, improving your sleep, how the gut can affect your health, and so much more. Lewis Howes is a New York Times Bestselling author of the hit book, The School of Greatness. He is a lifestyle entrepreneur, high-performance business coach, and keynote speaker. A former professional football player and two-sport All-American, he is a current USA Men's National Handball Team athlete. Shawn Stevenson is the author of the international bestselling book Sleep Smarter and creator of The Model Health Show, featured as the number #1 health podcast in the U.S. with millions of listener downloads each year. Shawn has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, The New York Times, Muscle & Fitness, ESPN, and many other major media outlets. Dr. Jay Lombard is an internationally acclaimed neurologist, author, and keynote speaker specializing in neuroimmunological conditions and medical mysteries. He was Chief of Neurology at both Westchester Square Medical Center and Bronx Lebanon Hospital and clinical assistant professor at New York Presbyterian Hospital and Albert Einstein College of Medicine.Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has a bachelor's degree from MIT in Biology with a minor in Food and Nutrition Science, and a master's degree, an engineer's degree, and a PhD degree, all from MIT, in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. She is the author of a new book on glyphosate titled Toxic Legacy: How the Weedkiller Glyphosate is Destroying Our Health and the Environment.Dr. Elizabeth Boham is a physician and nutritionist who practices Functional Medicine at The UltraWellness Center in Lenox, MA. Dr. Boham has contributed to many articles and wrote the latest chapter on Obesity for the Rankel Textbook of Family Medicine. She is part of the faculty of the Institute for Functional Medicine and has been featured in a variety of publications and media. Dr. Cindy Geyer received her bachelor of science and her doctor of medicine degrees, with honors, from the Ohio State University. She completed residency in internal medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, N.Y. and is triple board certified in internal medicine, integrative medicine and lifestyle medicine.This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health and InsideTracker.Rupa Health is a place for Functional Medicine practitioners to access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, Great Plains, and more. Check out a free live demo with a Q&A or create an account here. If you're curious about getting your own health program dialed-in to your unique needs, check out InsideTracker and get 25% off here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio
EP3607: Yours Truly Johnny Dollar: The Rochester Theft Matter

OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 36:42


An insured stolen fur coat is found on the body of a woman who was shot. Original Air Date: May 12, 1953 When making your travel plans, remember http://johnnydollarair.com Read more ...