Conversations with Lizz Sommars
Dr. Frieda Birnbaum; Joe Weinke; Jax Peters Lowell; Jim Bell
wanted to come out and let people now. That I support a same sex marriage that I. Have absolutely. I don't believe that being gay is the C and I don't believe that you know that it's
Wayne Wakefield, tax expert; Chris Boucher, Vice President of Product Development at CannaVest Corporation; Dr. Cass Ingram; Divya Ragshaven from bestdoctor.com
of an automobile industry the use of the natural product initially they're building homes out of camp. So you know it's you can't stop this is a freight train coming down the tracks. And our company can best. You know we're involved in the infrastructure we're rebuilding the bills trying to kick start the American hip program. At the same time people are fighting for legal marijuana to be used as a drug to decriminalize and at least is that something that. Aids you or maybe hinders you from
Deputy Chief Charlie Cordova- Seattle Fire Levy Chief, David Kunselman - Capitol Programs Division of the Dept. of Finance and Administrative Services; Dr. Joel Berg; Wendy Treynor- Author: Gift of Cancer; Bruce Carlson, Communications Director of AARP
but it's important we highlight that among other celebrations it's national children's dental health month. Tooth decay is the most infectious disease among children in the US despite being 100% preventable according to the Washington 20092 doesn't attend. State oral health survey 40% of kindergartners and 58%. Of third graders had tooth decay while 15% of those third graders were left. Untreated I don't know scary stuff. National children's dental health observances began with a couple small bits and Ohio back in the forties since then the concept has grown from two city event. Into a nationwide program the American Dental Association helped the first national observance of children's dental health day. On February 8 1949. The single day observance became a weeklong event in the fifties. And in 1981 program was extended to a month long celebration known today as national children's dental health month now doctor Burke. Could you please tell us about your practice and how long you've been seeing children's teeth in Seattle or even beyond Seattle. Yes well a pediatric dentist being cute and Evan practicing pediatric dentistry for almost thirty years I've been in the Seattle area for a little over ten. You know at the University of Washington. We have based center for pediatric dentistry are leaders in Washington I've practiced there. In we provide comprehensive services from comprehensive oral health services children. Starting it when their first two broke into the mouth through adolescence. And we also focus on children with special
situation where that child could be careful. Is that their presentation to oral health and industry. So we we'd like the opposite to be the case we think we have an opportunity to educate. And that's
the status of number one state in the country and access to oral health care for children. So we're really proud of that and we nailed it and all the 39 counties in the state. We can identify Dennis to the child sort I think we're in pretty good shape actually for children's oral care and it's a little bit more challenging for adults. Who can't afford don't care about something we're working on for children. I think we we've done a lot of work over the last decade or two and I'm pretty confident that all children can get access to Google can oral health care. Excellent are there any connections between port oral health and other illnesses or health issues. There are. And that this is one of the largest series of activities in in science and industry today is the connection between. Oral health and and these are good oral health and lack of disease. Good example where there's a lot of evidences in the case of diabetes. It's well established. For adults
Christopher Kelly, author of ‘America Invades’; Sheri Lane, author of 'Living the EnerQi Connection'; Janelle Breese Biagioni, Author of "Life Losses: Healing for A Broken Heart"; Dr. Greywal, Author of "Fat Me Not"
which basically turn around the Korean War. Ten essentially you are the North Korea would have overrun. Korea and it would not have been South Korea and not accept it to create all of the consumer products that we did note so well. So so there are an
Clay Freinwald, Chairman EAS Steering Committee for the State of Washington; Kevin Wingert and Christy Adams, BPA Public Affairs Specialists; Charles Brennick, CEO of Interconnection; Barb Schmidt, Author of "The Practice: Simple Tools for Managing Stress, Finding Inner-Peace, and Uncovering Happiness"
And we have actually cube competition. This coming weekend of our middle school competition and then next weekend we'll do the same thing or bicycles event. Excellent and is that is that is the competition for
the future. And yes we actually view bumper. Scholarships. At a high school competition . The top three teams are eligible for I believe this here at over a 100000 dollars. In scholarship for. Sixteen or seventeen
'Conversations' - 1/25/15
'The Evil Hours' - David J. Morris, 'Accidents of Marriage' - Randy Susan Meyers.
coming up next is author Randy Susan Meyer is to talk about domestic violence . And the effects of emotional abuse and rage on a family there's a lot more to come and conversations so I hope you'll stay with us. Welcome back to conversations. I'm Liz Summers thanks so much for being a long list this weekend. Joining me now via the phone is author Randy Susan Myers we're gonna talk about the effects of emotional abuse and rage on a family. Hello Randy thanks for coming and conversations today. A list thanks so much. Much bat thing make. The issue of domestic violence is at the forefront of many conversations today. And menu his case in point the disturbing video of Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice knocking his fiancee out with a punch. My guess is written a novel that is support of the troubled marriage and she investigates. What happens when a man who loses his temper too frequently. Finally loses control and it costs of those he loves a great deal. She looks at the issue of emotional abuse and also traumatic brain injury. Her writing is informed by her work when batterers and victims of domestic violence as well as her experience with youth impacted by street violence. Randy season Myers is a novelist and contributor to Huffington Post
abuse obviously if you can see the effects of that. And I domestic violence we Beers and their shades of all of all of these things why don't you think we talked and we don't talk
'Conversations' - 1/18/15
'A Doctor's Guide to Alternative Medicine' - Dr. Mel Borins, 'The Super Civilization' - Dr. John Moser.
are insisting Jones Ford has been shown in the wins until one clinical trials to be useful for mild to moderate depression that take its similarly. So modern drugs in me tickets to write those three times today for a period of time that he continued taking it even after your depression listed. And this so it has been less side effect to a cheaper than some of the modern drugs so there you know some people are. Corporate trust it and. A lot of people take supplements what your view on and we hear so much about vitamin. Our Lola might in India. What are the vitamin. An epidemic in I was so where government is to pick protesting by the Indian and from patients and I found 67% in my patients were vitamin. And you don't generate a lot of people don't go in the summer afraid of skin cancer rightfully so but they don't quote in the sentence some people some cultures are completely covered up. And and it's a completely
'Conversations' - 1/11/15
'The Political Classroom' - Diana E. Hess, 'Birdmen' - Lawrence Goldstone
or coauthor of fourteen books. His work has been profiled in the New York Times the Toronto star salon and slate. He writes about this subject in the book bird man he is web site is Lawrence
at the end of may well. Oracle and if you're in the New York Times blamed Curtis for the death of his other. If you'd like to learn more about the work of my gas today Lawrence
'Conversations' - 1/4/15
'Smarter' - Dan Hurley, 'Resister' - Bruce Dancis.
out that nicotine. Is being used in studies to help people with Parkinson's disease . Nicotine has. Fundamental argument there are in your brain. Because Hanik. Risk factors . Just slight. Others he would work for marijuana. They're all our risk factors . That seem to relate directly. To it. And you know why does heroine works so well. Because you've got these. He in
'Conversations' - 12/28/14
'Is There Life After Football: Surviving the NFL' - George E. Koonce, Jr., 'Super Storm' - Kathryn Miles
that. There are implementing different programs such as permits are planning on continuing education . And lights fuel being quite that are older fortunate to be that person. I do their player development guy in Green Bay