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2018 Hall of Fame - Bill Keltner
Kenneth William “Bill” Keltner was born in Springfield, Missouri, and spent most of his youth in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He entered the University of Arkansas in 1955, majoring in Industrial Engineering. During his time at the University, he was active in Sigma Nu and Theta Tau fraternities, and was president of the Arkansas Booster Club. In his sophomore year, he met Patricia “Pattee” Cross. The two began dating shortly thereafter and never looked back. The pair graduated in 1959 and were married a few months later in Bauxite, Arkansas, the beginning of a 52-year marriage that lasted until Bill’s death in 2011. Shortly after graduating, Keltner took a job with Southwestern Bell in Little Rock. He would spend his entire career at Southwestern Bell in various positions, including business development and serving as a department head. He took time out from his career to serve as a Field Artillery Officer in the U.S. Army, and ultimately retired from Southwestern Bell as a General Manager. His family members note he loved traveling the state of Arkansas to meet with business owners to find out how he could help solve their problems. While industrial engineers are trained to focus on improving systems and processes, Keltner always loved the people-facing side of his job most. During his time at Southwestern Bell, Keltner formed many lasting friendships and served as a mentor to many colleagues throughout his career. Keltner also found time to give back to the University of Arkansas, serving as president of the U of A Academy of Industrial Engineers and on the Engineering Dean’s Advisory Council. He would later be chosen for the University of Arkansas Hall of Fame and was named a Distinguished Alumni of the College of Engineering. A longtime community volunteer, Keltner served as Chairman of the Board of the Pulaski County United Way, Chairman of the Board of the American Cancer Society-Arkansas Chapter, President of the Arkansas Arthritis Foundation Board of Directors and later serving on the national board of directors, Chairman of the Administrative Board at Trinity United Methodist Church, Board Chairman of the Little Rock Metropolitan YMCA, board member for the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, board member of the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce, board member of the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce, board of directors for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arkansas, board member of the Boy Scouts of America-Quapaw Council, a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America, and the West Little Rock Rotary Club. He was appointed by Gov. Mike Beebe to serve on the Governor’s Commission on People with Disabilities, and was later selected by the Governor’s Council on Volunteerism as one of the state’s outstanding community leaders.  Keltner passed away in 2011, and his wife Patricia passed away in 2012. They are survived by their three children, Ann Slack, Bob Keltner and Julie Hughes.
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Relay for Life walkers
The Survivors' Lap and several of the fund-raising teams who participated in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, sponsored by the Columbia County Chapter. The event was held Friday, April 5, 2013 at Panther Stadium in Magnolia, Arkansas. magnoliareporter.com video
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EMMY 2014 | Silver Circle- Diana Davis
A native of Raytown, Missouri, Diana attended the University of Kansas William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications. She graduated K.U. with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism. Those early years found her gaining broadcast experience as an intern at KCMO Radio 81, Lawrence Sunflower Cable and eventually work as a general assignments reporter/anchor for WIBW-TV in Topeka, Kansas. Diana joined the staff of KAIT as co-anchor of the 6 & 10 p.m. newscasts in 1989. An Emmy award-winning journalist, Diana has received recognition from the Arkansas Associated Press, the Jonesboro Classroom Teachers Association, the American Cancer Society, the Arkansas Chapter of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill and was recently named as one of AY Magazine's Most Powerful Women of Arkansas of 2014.
NJAC DST (North Jersey Alumnae Chapter) Making Strides against Breast Cancer PSA
The Ladies of the North Jersey Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will be walking to stomp out breast cancer. This is our Public Service Announcement for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk, Newark, NJ at Lincoln Park. If you wold like to make a donation the the American Cancer Society, you can do so by clicking on the following link. http://main.acsevents.org/goto/njacdeltas PSA produced/edited by Elle Mayo.
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County Council bans e-cigarette use
The Howard County Council and the American Cancer Society's Maryland chapter view vaping as a potential public health threat. Subscribe to WBAL on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1oJSRCN Get more Baltimore news: http://wbaltv.com Like us: http://facebook.com/wbaltv11 Follow us: https://twitter.com/wbaltv11 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wbaltv11
DUBUQUE, Iowa, Oct. 30— For years now, along the rolling bluffs in this Mississippi River city of Victorian houses and church steeples, nobody ever thought much about race and prejudice. Nobody ever had to. There were only a handful of black people in town. A resident could go for years without seeing a black. And besides, people thought, racism was something that happened in the big cities or the Deep South, not in a nice, quiet place like Dubuque. But in recent weeks and months, Dubuque residents have been talking and thinking of race often. Because of a cross-burning incident two years ago that surprised many people, the city council last May adopted an extraordinary plan to attract 100 black families in hopes of adding diversity to this virtually all-white city of 58,000 people. A Backlash of Fear Since then, a backlash of fear and intolerance has erupted. Five crosses have been burned around town in the last four months. This week, uniformed police officers stood guard at Dubuque Senior High School after racial fights broke out. In recent days, racial epithets have been scrawled on buildings across town, some proclaiming "the New KKK." And when a man who admitted burning three of the crosses returned from jail to his job at a meatpacking plant, his co-workers are said to have greeted him with backslaps and a standing ovation. Scenes like these are searing to many white residents, who say they are struggling with their own racial attitudes. "This is the ignorant, oppressive underbelly of Dubuque," said Peter Kjeseth, a professor of Greek and Hebrew at a Lutheran seminary in Dubuque and a member of the local National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. "Young men who are undereducated and worried about jobs are scared to death." All of this is happening in a tradition-bound, heartland city of mostly Irish and German Catholics, where racial minorities make up 2 percent of the population and where there are only 331 black residents scattered across the city. The racial tension has forced residents to confront deeply imbedded prejudices. "People are wondering, 'How can we have a race problem when we don't even have minorities?' ," said Kim Clayton, a counselor at the high school and a member of the committee that drafted the plan. Symbol of Intolerance Dubuque, with its newly tapped well of intolerance, symbolizes race relations in this country, specialists on the topic say. As the economy has stalled and as some politicians mine racial fears to win votes, unresolved prejudices have produced a kind of racism whose code words are "quotas" and "unqualified minorities," one that can explode at any time given the impetus, these experts say. "This is not the South," said Dr. Joe Feagin, a professor of sociology at the University of Florida, who has written extensively about race relations and is white. "If in a heartland city with no history of slavery and segregation, you find such virulent racism, it suggests that it is a cancer affecting us all." For years, blacks in Dubuque say, they have felt alienated and isolated, enduring namecalling and stares. But what seems to have spurred the latest incidents is a plan to encourage local employers to hire minority workers, particularly blacks. The plan's goal is to recruit 20 minority families a year for five years with financial incentives and recognition awards to businesses that hire minority members. The program is to be financed by Federal grants and private donations. A Minority in the N.A.A.C.P. The plan came in the wake of a cross burning two years ago that ignited a black family's garage. A task force set up to examine the situation found what most Dubuque residents already knew: The city is an isolated, homogeneous island where everything from the police force to the fire department to every teacher in every public school is white and where blacks are even a minority in the local chapter of the N.A.A.C.P. The task force of business leaders and school and city officials said that what Dubuque needed was more minority citizens; the hope was that exposure to other groups might make people more tolerant. The City Council approved the plan, 6 to 1, last spring. Although the city government devised and adopted the plan, its execution is up to private employers, and it is unclear whether they have had any success in luring black workers.
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Broadway Joe Talk Show - 4/13/2017
THE BROADWAY JOE TALK SHOW – APRIL 13, 2017 -O. Jerome Green, Esq., Shorter College President and Tiffany Hunter, Workforce Career Consultant came to talk about the North Little Rock Workforce Center & Agency Partners 2017 Job & Resource Fair set for Wednesday, April 19th from 10am-2pm at Shorter College Gymnasium, 604 Locust Street in North Little Rock. Central Arkansas Planning & Development District partners with Shorter College to present this free event. You are invited to to attend and apply for jobs with employers from various industries, get tips on resume writing, interviewing, learn about adult and higher education opportunities and visit with numerous service agencies. Resume and business attire is encouraged. For more information call, 501-376-4119 or visit Central Arkansas Planning & Development District on Facebook. Additional Events included: Community Connect Day, Friday, April 21st from 10am-1pm at The Executive Hall, 601 Jefferson Street in Clarendon. Career Services Staff will be on hand at the Mobile Workforce Center offering expert advice on ways to strengthen your resume and help get it noticed. For more information, call 501-676-2721 or visit www.workforceAR.com. Shorter College hosts Bulldog Fest, Friday, April 21st from 9am-1pm on the campus. Attendees can tour the campus, meet the faculty, learn about student organizations, enjoy live music, free food, door prize giveaways, and more! For more information or to rsvp, call 501-374-6305. Shorter College will have a Groundbreaking Ceremony, Friday, May 12th. For times and more information, call 501-374-6305. -Charles Todd, Pi Omicron Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated; Octie Ashley, American Cancer Society; and Bev Eckert, Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation stopped by to talk about the 5th Annual Omega Prostate/Colon Cancer Awareness 5K Run/Walk, happening Saturday, April 22nd at the Big Damn Bridge, 7600 Rebsamen Park Road, Little Rock. Race start will be 8am sharp. Register online at www.Omegas4PCA.org and on race day from 6:30am-7:45am. The event will be chip timed and all participants will receive a chip. Packets can be picked up 1 day early, (Friday, April 21st) from 11am-5pm at Fleet Feet Sports/Easy Runner, 11525 Cantrell Road, Ste. 102 in Little Rock. An awards ceremony will take place after the race. Learn more at www.Omegas4PCA.org. -Michael Scott, Communications Generalist with ARORA for Function at the Junction. ARORA presents this annual event will be held Thursday, April 13th from 5:30pm-8:30pm at Clinton Presidential Center, 1200 President Clinton Ave. in downtown Little Rock. There will be a bridge party and fun walk to celebrate organ and tissue donation, live music, free refreshments, gifts, kids zone, food trucks, pancake eating contest and more! Admission is free! For more information, call 501-907-9150 or visit www.arora.org.
Workshop Has Students in Stitches
Organized by UAMS' chapter of the American Medical Women's Association, nearly two dozen female UAMS medical students received a half-hour of instruction in suturing from Theresa Wyrick, M.D., an assistant professor in the UAMS Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, and another half-hour of hands-on practice suturing lacerations and incisions in pigs' feet.
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ABI Exceeds Over Half a Billion Dollars in Grants
Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Commission PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Governor Asa Hutchinson to Recognize Arkansas Biosciences Institute for Receiving $508,780,000 in Grants, Jobs Created, Patents Awarded and Medical Journal Entries Little Rock, Arkansas - Governor Asa Hutchinson will be on hand Tuesday, March 29th at 10am in the Governor’s Conference Room in the Arkansas State Capitol to recognize the Arkansas Biosciences Institute for multiple achievements. With the proceeds from the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund and under the guidance of ABI Director, Dr. Robert McGehee, ABI-supported research investigators have generated $3.61 for every dollar received from the Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Fund. This year passes the 500 million dollar mark, reaching a total of $508,780,000 in extramural funding raised since 2002 from prestigious private foundations and high-level agencies, including the National Science Foundation, the US Department of Agriculture, and the National Institutes of Health and the US Department of Defense. In addition to its financial success, ABI researchers have published 4,851 medical and scientific journal articles, books and book chapters in such prestigious publications as the New England Journal of Medicine and Lancet. Both ABI and related extramural funding have been used to support between 300-400 full-time equivalent knowledge based jobs each year at the five member institutions. Through innovative ideas and research findings, ABI has filed 152 patents and have received 34 patent awards in areas such as cancer treatments, drug dependency, avian influenza and the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. ABI’s worldwide recognition has attracted 145 research investigators to further expand Arkansas’ research infrastructure. “The mission of ABI is quite different from the other programs. They are not a "service delivery" institute by our usual definition and are not as "visible" as our other programs. However, their contributions to the citizens of Arkansas are immensely important now and for our future.” said Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Commission Chair, Susan Hanrahan. Arkansas Biosciences Institute, the agricultural and biomedical research program of the Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Proceeds Act of 2000, is a partnership of scientists from: Arkansas Children’s Hospital Research Institute; Arkansas State University; University of Arkansas – Division of Agriculture; University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; and University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. This strategic partnership with Arkansas universities gives students an opportunity to pursue a high level education in a state of the art facility. “Arkansas State University has been a proud member of ABI since its inception and the ABI facility on our campus has transformed our university. The incredible research being conducted through the ABI consortium is not only bringing millions of dollars to our state, but is indeed improving the quality of life of our citizens in countless ways.” said Arkansas State University System President Chuck Welch. The announcement will be held Tuesday, March 29th at 10am in the Governor’s Conference Room in the Arkansas State Capitol and will feature remarks from Governor Asa Hutchinson, U of A System President Dr. Donald Bobbitt, ABI Director McGehee, research scientist Dr. Jeff Wolchok, ATSC Chair Dr. Susan Hanrahan and Sarah Beth Theriot, a first year medical student at UAMS. Speakers will be available for comment. For more information please contact ATSC Director Misty Murphey at 501-683-0072 or at Misty.Murphey@arkansas.gov. The mission of the Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Commission (ATSC) is to provide oversight and assessment of performance of the seven (7) programs funded by the Tobacco Settlement Proceeds Act of 2000. The ATSC will ensure that the Tobacco Settlement funds are optimally used to improve the health of Arkansans through prevention, education, research and treatment. The ATSC will ensure sound fiscal stewardship of the Tobacco Settlement funds.
Governor Hogan: Rain Tax Is "The Straw That Broke The Camel's Back"
Today, Governor Larry Hogan joined with county executives, legislators, and local business leaders to announce House Bill 481, a bill that will repeal the storm water management mandate, more commonly known as the “rain tax.” “Passing a state law that forces counties to raise taxes on their citizens against their will is not the best way to address the issue,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “Marylanders have made perfectly clear that further taxing struggling and already overtaxed Marylanders for the rain that falls on the roof of their homes was a mistake that needs to be corrected.”
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Jessica Bowen: Stage 3 Breast Cancer Survivor
Hear Jessica's inspirational story of how she battled stage 3 breast cancer and regained her life through the McDougall Program. Read Jessica's story here: http://drmcdougall.com/stars/jessica_bowen.htm
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Lindsey Crowder. Leukemia survivor. Age 12. Bentonville, Arkansas.
Lindsay Crowder received blood transfusions to save her life after she was diagnosed with leukemia, first at 2 years-old and, then again when she relapsed at age 6. During her relapse she spent more than 130 nights in the hospital and received more than 100 transfusions of blood and platelets. The experience changed the whole family's perspective and made them regular blood donors.
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2010 SABCS Interview with Robert E. Coleman, M.D.
Interview with Robert E. Coleman, M.D., professor of medical oncology, University of Sheffield, UK Dr. Coleman, chief investigator of the AZURE (Adjuvant Zoledronic Acid to Reduce Recurrence) trial, presents the rationale for studying the bisphosphonate zoledronic acid, and the final results of this study.
Chicago Red Cross Volunteer Video
Volunteers at the Red Cross in Chicago share their stories. To volunteer go to www.chicagoredcross.org.
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Addiction and Recovery in the Church, Part I
http://seedbed.com Matt Russell, Sean Gladding, Gregg Taylor, and Chris Kiesling sit down to discuss the important dynamics of addiction and recovery ministry in the local church.
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OETA interview with Mark Fried, CEO, Okla-Ark Alzheimer's Association, Inc.
Dick Pryor speaks with Mark Fried of the Oklahoma-Arkansas Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association about other research being done in Oklahoma on Alzheimer's.
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Theta XI Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha of The University of Tulsa
Theta Xi Talks are back! Learn what the ladies of AKA think about relationships.
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American Red Cross on Chamber Highlights
Vicki LaBelle from the American Red Cross Cape Fear Chapter discusses the organization's programs and need for volunteers.
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Race for the Cure Video - Dallas Chapter
Music by "The Ackermans" - Smiling with Tears in your Eyes. Pictures courtesy of Brightroom.com and Marc Robins. Video created by www.geeksafterfive.com
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Light The Night - Tech Challenge 2017
Join us in raising funds to cure blood cancer. Participate in the Light the Night Tech Challenge by visiting http://lightthenight.org/techchallenge and walk with us on Thursday, November 16, 2017 5:00 PM PST - AT&T Park in San Francisco, CA. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk funds treatments that are saving the lives of patients today. LLS is making cures happen by providing patient support services, advocating for lifesaving treatments and pioneering the most promising cancer research anywhere. And it's all happening now. Not someday, but today. Friends, families and co-workers form fundraising teams, and consumers help by donating at retail outlets. These efforts culminate in inspirational evening walks in nearly 200 communities across North America.
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Republican Senator Sends “Cease And Desist” Letters To Constituents To Shut Them Up
Republican Senator Tom Cotton has had enough of his constituents wanting answers about his horrible record and his indefensible defense of Donald Trump, so his office in Arkansas has decided to send out cease and desist letters to constituents that are asking too many questions. We’ve seen Republicans run and hide from voters a lot in the past year, but Cotton is the first to threaten legal action against people demanding accountability. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins explains why Tom Cotton is clearly unfit to serve as a US Senator.   Link – https://www.arktimes.com/ArkansasBlog/archives/2018/01/18/activists-say-tom-cotton-has-a-do-not-call-or-write-list-for-some-constituents Ring of Fire needs your help! Support us by becoming a monthly patron on Patreon, and help keep progressive media alive!: https://www.patreon.com/TheRingofFire Spread the word! LIKE and SHARE this video or leave a comment to help direct attention to the stories that matter. And SUBSCRIBE to stay connected with Ring of Fire's video content! Republican senator Tom Cotton believes that it's a little unfair that his constituents are asking him questions. Recently, it was revealed by the Arkansas Times that activists in the state of Arkansas, who have been calling and showing up at Tom Cotton's state office asking questions about policy, about his constant indefensible defense of Donald Trump. They're just asking why. They want answers. So, the response from Tom Cotton's office was to send cease and desist letters to these people asking legitimate questions, so that they legally could not come to the office. They couldn't call. They couldn't fax. They couldn't email. Tom Cotton, a guy who believes he's about to be the next head of the CIA, the same guy who committed borderline treason by writing a letter to Iranian officials telling them to reject the Iran agreement that Barack Obama put into place. This guy is so cowardly that he won't even take phone calls at his office, that he doesn't even have to talk to, from his own constituents. Now in the last year, specifically during the entire repeal Obamacare thing, when Republicans thought it would be a good idea to hold these town halls with which they got just bombarded by angry people, we've seen Republicans run and hide. They don't want to face their voters. They don't want to face the people back home, because they know that their positions, and their defense of Donald Trump is indefensible. They understand that their policies are hugely unpopular, and that includes the recently passed tax cut package. People don't want it, because they understand they get nothing out of it, and that the entire thing was a massive giveaway for corporations, just like the repeal of Obamacare that they tried to shove through. So now they're running and hiding, and this action by Tom Cotton to send cease and desist letters to these people, saying that you legally can't call my office anymore, that is by far the most cowardly move we have seen from any Republican senator since Donald Trump took office, and that includes standing on top of your office and taking pictures of all the people outside angry at you, as Darrell Issa from the House of Representatives did back in 2017.
Views: 12271 The Ring of Fire
Rhapsody In Red Fundraising Gala Video
On behalf of the Tallahassee Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, we invite you to join us for Rhapsody in Red, our 2014 fundraising gala. The gala will be held on Saturday February 15, 2014 at the University Center Club on the campus of Florida State University at 9:00 pm. The theme for this year's event is "Continuing the Legacy, Centennial and Beyond". As we celebrate 101 years of Delta Sigma Theta and 67 years of our chapter's service to the Tallahassee community, we reflect on the many lives we have been able to impact. In 2013, the Tallahassee Alumnae Chapter provided more than $23,000 in scholarship funds to Leon and Wakulla County high school students. In addition to awarding scholarships we provided mentorship and educational resources for more than 100 area youth ages 11-18 through our community outreach programs. The chapter also encourages awareness and support of local initiatives in health, political education, and international awareness.
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Vote for Miss Huston-Tillotson University: CarShandra Hollins
Born in Fort Worth, TX, CarShandra Hollins is the oldest of three children. A first generation college student, CarShandra is blazing an ambitious trail; not only in her family but her community as well. A senior Biology major/Education minor, CarShandra also jumps high as a RAM cheerleader, shows off her green thumb in Green is the New Black; a member of Kappa Omicron Tau Division, the College Guidance Group of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc.; Student National Medical Association; Golden Key International Honour Society; Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education; Boss Up (B.U.) Austin Teen Outreach Program; Student Government Association; a member of Pre-Alumni; a member of the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Austin; and is the first and only recipient of the Tom Joyner Teacher Quality Initiative Scholarship Program at Huston-Tillotson University. In 2015, CarShandra began serving as the Youth Director for New Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. While in this position, she witnessed the spark of a child grasping a new concept. This moment would fuel her passion for education. In addition to her various on-campus activities, CarShandra was 2016 SXSW Interactive panelist; volunteers at Blackshear Elementary Garden at Blackshear Elementary (Austin, Texas); served as an A.V.I.D. tutor for Martin Middle School (Austin, Texas); and served as a tutor for Academics: 101 at New Zion Missionary Baptist Church (Austin, Texas). Upon completing her undergraduate studies, CarShandra will pursue a Masters of Education from Texas Christian University and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership. She believes every child deserves an equitable education, regardless of socioeconomic or cultural differences. CarShandra intends to use her passion for education in the classroom as an educator. In 2015, CarShandra experienced the tragic loss of three family members to cancer, including a cousin who lost his battle with lymphoma cancer of the heart at the age of 35. As a result, she has decided to use her platform as Miss Huston-Tillotson University to launch C.H.A.I.N. B. - Changing Hearts and Implementing New Beginnings; a support group for cancer survivors and their families. CarShandra believes it is her duty as a student leader to work in collaboration with organizations such as; Susan G. Komen, Austin, the African-American Alliance and the Sisters Network to raise cancer awareness in her community and provide access to the necessary resources as the fight for a cure continues. CarShandra’s radiant and vivacious personality coupled with her resolute commitment to success is as infectious as her smile. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling and meeting new people, shopping for shoes. A strong woman of faith, she lives her life according to Phil. 4:13. Ms. Hollins strives to be an example for younger generations by being a rainbow in someone else’s cloud. (Maya Angelou).
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DermTerms: Introduction to Dermatology Terminology - OnlineDermClinic
http://www.onlinedermclinic.com Some basic medical terms used in dermatology are explained in this tutorial. Knowledge of these terms will be helpful when using the "diagnosis wizard" we call DermaLearn. Learn about dermatological conditions watching tutorials given by U.S. Board Certified dermatologists at OnlineDermClinic. The number of skin cancers is rising at an alarming rate. In the U.S., the risk for melanoma is now 1 in 58. This is up from 1 in 1500 in 1930. If melanoma is diagnosed early, the chance for cure approaches 100%; however, for widespread metastatic melanoma, survival is only 6 to 9 months. What you don't know can harm you or prove fatal. Avoid being a statistic and learn the warning signs and causes of this potentially curable form of skin cancer. Throughout much of the United States, there are relatively few physicians practicing the specialty of dermatology. Thus, waiting times for an appointment may stretch from weeks to even months. At Onlinedermclinic.com our goal is to provide rapid access to compassionate, affordable and expert health care by using the technological advances of today and tomorrow to benefit our patients. In 2010, Arkansas dermatologists Chris Schach M.D., Kevin St.Clair M.D. and Eric Stewart M.D. founded Onlinedermclinic.com to help improve access to dermatological expertise. When confronted with a health problem involving the skin, hair or nails, users of Onlinedermclinic.com may choose to use our innovative electronic physician consultation -- the "virtual appointment." Having a virtual appointment allows patients much-needed access to U.S. board certified dermatologists for diagnosis and management of skin disease.If the physician providing your "virtual consult" thinks your problem requires an in person visit, we will attempt to contact a local dermatologist in your area to arrange an expedited, in-person consultation. Our hope is that, with time, all dermatologists will become providers on the Onlinedermclinic.com medical network. Tell your local dermatologist about us so you can access care with him or her more quickly. With the DermAid, which is the first-of-its kind humanitarian cyber consult, we are taking our unique service worldwide. Participating dermatologists can travel virtually throughout the globe providing care to those in need. Using the technology of our system, paired with physicians who donate their time and expertise, registered aid organization volunteers submit virtual patients, and photos of their skin disorders, to Onlinedermclinic.com for rapid diagnosis and treatment options. Another remarkable innovation is our DermaLearn diagnosis wizard, which is an algorithmic-based set of questions to help patients and mid-level health care providers arrive at a prioritized list of potential diagnoses, or what physicians call a differential diagnosis. Onlinedermclinic.com also provides an extensive library of diseases and treatment options for education and research.
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How Monsanto’s Dicamba Kills Your Crops
Mike talks with attorney Bev Randles about Monsanto’s legal dilemma over Dicamba. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
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2012 Masonic Raffle (Little Rock Ad)
2012 Masonic Raffle with Smart Honda: Win a brand new 2012 Honda Accord! The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge / Royal Grand Chapter of Arkansas will draw for the winner soon, so get your $5 raffle tickets today! The winner will get to choose a new 2012 Honda Accord from Smart Honda in Pine Bluff, AR! Plus, you will have four chances to win $500 cash! For tickets call 870-534-5467, or go to Connie's Beauty Shop/870-534-3251, and RJs Sports Grill/870-850-7887. (Ad produced by Gary W. Paris of Harbor City TV, LLC, 469-658-5525)
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5 Modern Child Prodigies!
Children are the future. They will become our doctors, nurses, police officers and so fourth. But it seems there are some children who are destined to become the people who change the world. In this list we'll be showing you 5 modern child prodigies that will blow your mind. We would like to give a big shoutout to viewer Dylan Seaton for suggesting this video. --------------------SECOND CHANNEL------------------- Check out my second channel More5! for funny, weird, interesting news, along with the latest trending topics within the YouTube community. More5! - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPohYrquhWwA56kiaxJRe9A Find Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/OfficialAll5 Our website: http://www.All5.me Thank you for watching and if you enjoyed this video don't forget to Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe for more awesome lists of All Things 5! Until Next Time... Feed Your Mind! Music: "Your Call" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 5) Akrit Jaswal This wonder kid was just 7 years old when he performed his first surgery shocking the entire world. Akrit Pran Jaswal was born on April 23, 1993 in Nurpur, India. He started speaking at 10 months of age and was able to learn languages very well. At five years of age he started reading books of Shakespeare and also assembled medical books. When he was six, doctors at local hospitals allowed him to observe surgeries as they were so impressed by his intelligence. With this inspiration he started reading everything that he could on surgeries. At the age of 7 he performed the surgery of an 8 year old girl with burnt and fused fingers. The girl’s family could not afford the cost of surgery so they approached Akrit who was the local medical genius. The surgery was successful and Akrit became the world’s youngest surgeon. He joined and studied a BSc undergraduate course in medicine at the medical university of India while he was just 12 years old. His aim is to find a cure for cancer. 4) Priyanshi Somani When it comes to doing mental calculations, nobody does it better than Priyanshi Somani. This brilliant youngster from India dominated the 2010 Mental Calculation World Cup despite being the youngest competitor. She is the only person to ever score 100% accuracy in addition, multiplication, and square roots. Priyanshi is also the world record holder for the fastest mental square root calculation of a 10 digit number, managing to do it in 2 minutes 43 seconds. 3) Taylor Wilson Taylor Wilson is a teenage nuclear scientist who became the youngest person ever to build a nuclear fusion reactor at the age of 14. He began the project in his garage in Arkansas but completed it when he was a student at the University of Nevada. He invented a cheap and highly sensitive device to detect enriched uranium. His recent achievement is developing a working prototype to make radioactive isotopes in a much smaller, more portable device. It could revolutionize the administration of cancer treatments. He is also working on a plutonium detector to inspect cargo containers. He has won many awards at the International Science and Engineering Fair & was awarded the Thiel Fellowship in June 2012. 2) Kim Ung-Yong Popular as the highest IQ man with an unbelievable IQ of 210, Kim Ung-Yong has achieved a lot at a very young age. He also holds the Guinness world record for highest IQ. This Korean genius started speaking when he was just four months old. By the time he was 24 months of age he could read Korean, Japanese, German and English. He was a guest student of Physics at Hanyang University from the age of three to six, got invited to work at NASA at the age of eight & received a Ph.D. in Physics at the age of 15 at Colorado State University. Kim shifted to civil engineering from physics surprising everyone and received a doctorate in it. He later joined a business planning department at Chungbuk Development Corporation & is leading an ordinary life. 1) Jack Andraka American teenager Jack Andraka could soon be a household name thanks to his groundbreaking invention of a faster, cheaper, and more reliable method of cancer detection. His sensor costs just $0.03 to make and is over 90% accurate! Jack's amazing work won the grand prize at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, and he's working with companies to produce an over-the-counter test.
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Holiday Giving... The Truth About Autism Speaks and Non-Profits!
https://www.patreon.com/truthertalk October is Vaccine Injury Awareness Month! In this video I go over the TRUTH ABOUT AUTISM SPEAKS and other 'non-profit' organizations! As well as offer alternative ways to help, so that your time and money go directly to those in need! Let me know your experiences with NPOs, vaccines, autism or anything else you'd like to share... If you're interested in future videos on any of these related topics, please mention in the comment section... #Homeschooling, #HomeschoolingSpecialNeeds, #VaccinesandAutism, #SpecialDietsforGutHealth, Cooking Demos, #SonRise program demos, etc. CHARITIES AND NPOs I can personally recommend: -Aydan's Road to Recovery: https://aydansrecovery.wordpress.com/son-rise-program/ -AWOW / A Walk on Water: http://awalkonwater.org/ -Ride On: http://www.rideon.org/ -TACA / Talk About Curing Autism: https://www.tacanow.org/ -National Autism Association / NAA: http://nationalautismassociation.org/ -itaalk / Interactive Technology Assisting Autistic Little Kids: https://www.itaalk.org/ -PAUSE4Kids: http://pause4kids.com/ -Nathaniel's Hope: https://www.nathanielshope.org/ -Friendship Circle: http://www.friendshipcircleca.org/ -ASD Climber: http://www.asdclimber.org/ASD_CLIMBER/ABOUT_US.html -Best Day Foundation: https://bestdayfoundation.org/ -CSUN Music Therapy Clininc: https://www.csun.edu/mike-curb-arts-media-communication/music/music-therapy-clinic-information References and citations for this video are as follows: -83 Reasons to Question Autism Speaks for Hiring Big Pharma Scientist: https://vactruth.com/2011/06/17/83-reasons-to-question-autism-speaks-for-hiring-big-pharma-scientist/ -The Facade of Breast Cancer Awareness, Susan G. Komen and the Pink Ribbon: https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/susan-g-komen-pink-ribbon-facade/ -Is it Time to Boycott This 'Anti' Cancer Charity?: https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/05/24/american-cancer-society--more-interested-in-wealth-than-health.aspx
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Prez Elex-Lax: The Presidential Election Laxative | We the Internet TV
Put aside your fiber supplements, because now there’s a better way. Prez Elex-Lax is the ONLY product that harnesses the awesome power of the 2016 election to have you shitting your pants in no time. Plus with new Prez Elex-Lax All Day™, you can be exposed to presidential candidates at any time and at any place, through your smart phone, televisions, or neighborhood billboards! There’s no guarantee when you’ll encounter their verbal diarrhea, but it's guaranteed to cause your actual diarrhea and have you turning the nearest toilet bowl into a basket of deplorables ASAP. Prez Elex-Lax is the only product endorsed by Paul Ryan (even though he now says he has serious problems with the product and is declining to promote or appear in person with it). It's also endorsed by Bernie Sanders to supplement his stool softeners, and Ted Cruz has been making phone calls on its behalf. Prez Elex-Lax works by sending the latest stomach-churning quotes of Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump direct to your smartphone. One glance at their latest poorly chosen, cringingly delivered remarks on immigrants, email servers, muslims, security, African-Americans, hot sauce, women, your abuela, any other topic and you'll be running for the nearest stall - whether or not it's a voting booth. The new, improved formula includes Third Party candidates sound bites, from Jill Stein saying wi-fi causes cancer to Gary Johnson struggling to identify Aleppo. Before you can say "how did it come to this?" your bowels will be moving from here to Canada. Best of all, this product is absolutely free. In fact, if you're a person in America it may feel like you're already using it. DISCLAIMER: Pres Elex-Lax is for voters 18 years of age or over. Please vote responsibly. Side effects may include dehydration, nausea, vomiting, crying, blogging, Facebook posts, loss of country, Wikileaks, Twitter storms and uncomfortable dinner conversations. Credits: Constipated Citizen- Lou Perez Narrator - Vincent Green Director, writer, editor - Greg Burke Editor - Christ Champion Morgan Graphics - J. Scott Klossner DP - Will Gordh Sound - Ed Spangler Grip - Phillip Hancock Makeup - Megan Williams Executive Producers: Maurice Black, Lou Perez, Erin O’Connor, & Rob Pfaltzgraff Creative Director: Erin O'Connor Head Writer: Lou Perez Creative Producer, Marketing: Lana Link Marketing: Toby Muresianu, Carter Fowler Associate Producer: Adam Guillette
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Chattanooga News - October 30, 2015
A Sequatchie County mom is charged in her baby’s alcohol poisoning. 27-year-old Heather Oakes of Lewis Chapel is charged with aggravated child abuse. Authorities say an adult beverage was put in her 11-month-old son’s baby bottle. The boy was taken to the Children’s Hospital at Erlanger in critical condition. He’s now in state custody. Oakes has three other children. She contends it was an accident. She’ll appear in court November 20th. ____ A UTC fraternity is being sued for a million dollars by a woman who says she was raped during a party. WRCB reports it allegedly happened at the Pi Kappa Alpha house in April. The lawsuit names the alleged attacker, along with the international fraternity and local chapter. The alleged attacker has not been charged and is reportedly no longer a student at UTC. ____ A 16-year-old will be tried as an adult after a Chattanooga shop owner was shot to death. Deuntray Kellogg is charged with felony murder in the killing of 51-year-old Wonsik No. The shooting happened inside No’s shop on 4th Avenue last month. Kellogg’s bond has been set at a million dollars. _____ Volkswagen says hybrid and electric vehicles may be built at its Chattanooga plant. The factory’s current expansion is being designed to support such vehicles, but the decisions have not yet been made. Meanwhile, Tennessee’s top economic commissioner has put in a downpayment to be the first buyer of VW’s new Chattanooga SUV. _____ Police and sheriff’s deputies mistakenly barged into the home of Commissioner Greg Beck’s granddaughter. Beck says she was making baskets to give out at church Wednesday when authorities bum rushed the home and interrogated his granddaughter. The sheriff’s office says the suspect they were looking for used to live at the address. ____ The 13-year-old girl who ran away from the Scholze Center has been found safe. Police say Kendall York had been missing for more than two weeks. ____ The Dixie Group had a terrible day on Wall Street Thursday. The local carpet maker’s stock lost more than a quarter of its value. Dixie’s market value plunged more than $36 million dollars in one day. It happened after the company’s quarterly revenue fell $7 million dollars short of expectations. _____ A doctor says CHI Memorial won’t abide by the American Cancer Society’s new recommendations that women wait later before getting a mammogram. Maurice Rawlings says he predicts 10 to 12 local women will die of breast cancer if the new guidelines are followed. He says Memorial will continue to recommend mammograms at age 40 instead of 45. ____ Tennessee residents will be able to text emergencies to 911 operators starting in 2017. Officials say texting will be included as part of a statewide upgrade. The new capabilities will especially help those who are deaf, or people who may be unable or afraid to speak. ____ Eddie Upshaw has been named Walker County citizen of the year. Upshaw was honored for his community involvement and volunteer service. ____ Former McMinn County football coach John Mullinax has been diagnosed with stage 3 lung cancer. Mullinax, who now coaches at Tellico Plains, says doctors are optimistic they can contain the cancer.
Cure For Cancer Found! In The Bible?
“Mike Huckabee is widely known as an amiable fellow. Whatever you might think of his politics, he seems like a nice guy. But Mike Huckabee is a con artist. Literally. Like many conservative pundits, Huckabee maintains an email list that he uses to generate income. The way it works is that because of his public profile, lots of people will sign up for his list, and then he can sell those names and addresses to people who want to sell things to those people. Maybe it's a book from a conservative publisher, say, or a pitch to donate to a conservative cause. But in many cases, it's just a con. " * Ben Mankiewicz (What The Flick?! & Turner Classic Movies; http://www.twitter.com/BenMank77), Dave Rubin (The Rubin Report; http://wwww.twitter.com/RubinReport), and John Iadarola (TYT University; http://www.twitter.com/jiadarola) discuss. *Read more here from http://prospect.org/waldman/mike-huckabee-literally-con-artist ********** American Sniper, Malie Obama, Soccer Coach Snapchat Fail & Mike Huckabee - The Young Turks 1/8/2015 Social Commentary http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTpcK80irdQiv4OBPcKvXEblXslqLIwT6 ********** Support TYT while shopping on Amazon through this link (bookmark it!) http://www.amazon.com/?tag=theyoungturks-20 The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET. Young Turk (n), 1. Young progressive or insurgent member of an institution, movement, or political party. 2. Young person who rebels against authority or societal expectations. (American Heritage Dictionary) Download audio and video of the full two hour show on-demand + the members-only post game show by becoming a member at http://www.tytnetwork.com/subscribe/. Your membership supports the day to day operations and is vital for our continued success and growth. Join The Young Turks Network mailing list https://www.tytnetwork.com/newsletter/ or Support The Young Turks by Subscribing http://www.youtube.com/user/theyoungturks?sub_confirmation=1 Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheYoungTurks Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheYoungTurks Get your TYT Merch: http://shoptyt.com
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K Camp - Comfortable
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Yahoo News "Dead Birds Again?"
Theologian Paul Begley of Indiana is pleased that Yahoo News is reporting "The Hosea Prophecy" could be the cause.
Views: 3014 Paul Begley
More Evidence For The Book of Mormon And Joseph Smith
Some more information on the wording used in the Book of Mormon about the location of Jesus Christ as mentioned in the Bible. www.lds.org :)
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Jefferson Thomas, of the Little Rock Nine, Is Honored
Elizabeth Eckford and Senator Tracy Steele at the monument honoring the Little Rock Nine, at the Arkansas State Capitol, mark the passing of Jefferson Thomas, who died September 5, 2010, at the age of 67. He and Eckford were two of the nine African-American students who integrated Little Rock's Central High School in 1957.
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Marian Haddad / spiritual journey
www.marianhaddad.com Marian Haddad, M.F.A, is a poet, essayist, visiting writer, manuscript and publishing consultant, private writing mentor, creative writing workshop instructor, public speaker, and artistic-event coordinator. Her works have been published in various journals and periodicals including The Texas Observer, The Rio Grande Review, Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders, Bat City Review, Redactions and Mizna. Her poems and essays have appeared in anthologies including Stories from Where We Live: The California Coast (Milkweed Editions); Is This Forever or What: Poems & Paintings from Texas (Greenwillow Books); Scheherazade's Legacy: Arab and Arab-American Women on Writing (Praeger); Pride of Place (University of North Texas Press; San Antonio in Color (Trinity University Press); Between Heaven and Texas (UT Press); Poetry Calendar 2007, Poetry Calendar 2008, and Poetry Calendar 2009 (Alhambra Publishing, Brussels); A Students' Treasury of Texas Poetry (TCU Press); ), Art at Our Doorstep: San Antonio Writers and Artists (Trinity University Press); and Inclined to Speak (University of Arkansas Press) and are forthcoming in a number of journals and anthologies. A feature chapter on Marian Haddad, her writing and opinions on writing, appears in The Good Writer's Kit published by National Geographic School Publishing (previously Hampton-Brown); she has also written for The State of Texas via Pearson Educational Measurement. Her poem, We Are Born with Names, was included in a theater performance entitled Lost Recipes, a production whose efforts were to create dialogue between Jewish and Arabic women. Her chapbook, Saturn Falling Down, compiled under the request of Texas Public Radio in correlation with their Hands-On Poetry Workshops, was printed in April 2003 as a limited edition. Her first full-length collection of poems, Somewhere between Mexico and a River Called Home was published in 2004 by Pecan Grove Press and approaches its fourth printing (Top Five Book List, El Paso Times October 2004; recommended book by both Valparaiso Review and Small Press Review). Previous appearances include speaking at Tufts University in Boston, The Border Literature Monte Series at Texas A&M Laredo, The Nature Writers' Series at The University of North Texas, The American-Arab Anti-Discriminatory Committee Conference in Washington, D.C., The El Paso Writers' League, COAS Books in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and DG WILLS BOOKS in La Jolla, California. She read her work and was featured on a panel entitled, "Is Everything Political?" hosted by Radius of Arab-American Writers at Hunter College in New York City. Haddad was awarded an endowment from The National Endowment for the Humanities to study philosophy at the graduate level through an NEH Seminar at The University of Notre Dame. She participated in graduate studies at Emerson College in The Prose Poem and earned her M.F.A in Creative Writing -- Poetry and Creative Non-Fiction at San Diego State University where she served as an associate editor for Poetry International Vol. III. She founded and directed The Writing Center at Bowie High School, five minutes from the US/Mexico Border. She has co-produced and moderated Telly-Award winning television shows for San Diego's Instructional Television which currently air and which focus on renowned poets dialoguing with young students of poetry. She has moderated television shows on the arts for programs aired on San Antonio's Cable Channel 20. Her work has been profiled on internet radio (WSRADIO) and on The Hallmark Channel, as well as other media venues. Haddad was featured as Arab-American of the Month (Feb. 2006) by Shems Magazine alongside actors Tony Shalhoub and Kathy Najimy and Dr. James Zogby. In the Health and Wellness Field: Marian Haddad has led workshops and lectures on WRITING YOUR WAY INTO HEALING: DEALING WITH DEATH, CANCER, AND AGING, classes held at Our Lady of the Lake University on a continuing education basis in the early 2000s. In addition, Haddad has consulted with pharmacist, Dr. George Tohme, of the Dallas area and has edited his 270-page book entitled, Lifestyle Makeover for Diabetics: A Guide No Diabetic Can Live Without. In addition, Haddad has edited a guide for this same pharmacist entitled, Smoking Cessation which is still in progress with the author. She is involved in the literary community with various doctors inasmuch as notifying the local and national community, on a voluntary basis, about their medical and literary achievements (Dr. Abraham Verghese and Dr. Gerald Winakur). Marian Haddad comes from a family which includes a minimum of 15 physicians, ranging from nephews, an uncle and numerous cousins practicing as neurologists, cardiologists, anesthesiologists, internists and dentists in The States and internationally in Germany and The Middle East. http://www.marianhaddad.com
Water Safety Public Service Announcement
A message from 4th Infantry Division and Fort Carson encouraging safe practices while on or near the water.
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CHAPTER 2 - The problems of traditional foundation
Also today the direct contact with the soil exposes people to the discomfort caused by rising ground-moisture. A house with a traditional foundation may develope moulds and rot, and its very integrity can be put at risk. In the case of a traditional foundation radon gas surging from the soil penetrates and accumulates in the building, creating a serious hazard for human health. Radon gas is a highly radioactive colour- and odorless gas that occurs naturally in the soil. It seeps from the ground into buildings accumulating in the basement and lower floors. Concentrated radon gas in enclosed places is a serious hazard to human health. The international scientific community recognises the inhalation of radon gas as dangerous and it is known to be the second cause of lung cancer after cigarette smoke.
Views: 627 Geoplast S.p.A.
ABC Memphis, TN 11 pm
Secular Coalition for America announces state chapters.
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"2010 Arkansas Preservation Awards: Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas"
On January 14, 2011, the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas celebrated its thirtieth anniversary at its annual awards banquet, which was held in Little Rock, Arkansas. John Gill, past president of the Alliance, served as the master of ceremonies, and Senator David Pryor announced the winners of the awards. Theodosia Murphy Nolan was honored as the recipient of the Parker Westbrook Award for Lifetime Achievement, which William Nolan, her son, accepted on her behalf.
Trained to Treat
The congenital cardiac surgery fellow at Texas Children's is one of nine in the country. In this highly competitive position, Dr. Carlos Mery has been trained to treat children with some of the most complex heart defects.
Views: 1529 GivetoTexasChildrens
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs on the 8 Chapters of Good Nutrition Part 2
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs on the 8 Chapters of Good Nutrition Part 2 Ben is a nutritional pharmacist from Boulder Colorado. He specializes in using nutritional supplements where other healthcare practitioners use toxic pharmaceutical drugs. That's because he looks at the human body as a healing and regenerating system, designed divinely to heal and renew itself on a moment to moment basis. But it needs the raw materials to do its work. The raw materials we call nutrition and nutritional supplementation. Why are people who eat the Western diet so sick? Why are cancer rates so high? How can you protect yourself? If you want some answers, watch this video. Ben Fuchs is a very well informed and dynamic speaker. He teaches the use of vitamins and minerals in a way anyone can comprehend. The human body is amazing. The potential to be strong and healthy, given the raw materials to do so. Watch this video to learn how you can protect yourself from most common diseases that effects society. Heart disease, cancer, diabetes and other common ailments such as PMS and joint pain. http://pharmacistben.com https://twitter.com/BenPharmacist https://www.facebook.com/ben.fuchs.35
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STATES SELLING OUT YOUR CHILDREN - Common Core is Nothing More Than Indoctrination of BIG BROTHER
As school is back in session in many communities thru the USA (we never went back to school until AFTER Labor Day in my day.) The 'Common Core' program has been adopted by 45 states & counting. This is a corporate funded program (though the corporations claim to be 'non-profit' which is total BS) & shoved down out throats thru the Dept of 'Education'. It is a federal initiative to finally take over ALL education in the USA, by an ILLEGAL government. The education of the citizenry IS NOT a federal power granted to the federal government by the US CONSTITUTION!!! It IS the federal government , once again encroaching on the State's rights and a violation of the 10th amendment. Once the federal government starts to DICTATE all public education, the youth of this country soon will become a subserviant tool of the fascist regime that controls our government. Just like Hitler & ALL DICTATORS have put into place before.WAKE UP PEOPLE!!! If You're Not Pissed Off... You're Not Paying Attention!!! www.DefendYourLiberty.com
Views: 859 DefendYourLiberty
A video with state symbols and interesting facts about Nebraska.
Views: 1562 Matt Hammer
Spiritual Shipwreck of the Word-Faith Movement (Justin Peters) (Selected Scriptures)
For details about this sermon and for related resources, click here: https://www.gty.org/library/sermons-library/TM13-16 To receive John MacArthur’s monthly letter, as well as free resources by mail, click here: https://www.gty.org/home/newtogty Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gracetoyou Twitter: https://twitter.com/gracetoyou Google +: https://plus.google.com/+gracetoyou Copyright © 2013, Grace to You. All rights reserved. Read our copyright policy here: https://www.gty.org/about#copyright
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Leverett Elementary "I Will"
As part of Razorbacks Remember, VAC volunteers visited Leverett Elementary in Fayetteville, AR to talk about the events of 9/11, peace, and what they will do to commemorate those who lost their lives on that day. Mirelle Pierini, VAC President, gives an introduction.
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