Steve Danon: Tuesday, July 16, 2019

One Size Does Not Fit All Doubling the Minimum Wage to $15 Would Stifle Small Family-Owned Restaurants Steve Danon Senior Vice President of Public Affairs at the National Restaurant Association   Congress recently introduced legislation titled the “Raise the Wage Act” (H.R. 582/S.150) that would increase the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 per […]

Dr. Kevin Campbell: July 15, 2019

ONE IN THREE AMERICANS HAS HIGH CHOLESTEROL  Learn How a Few Minor (and Fun!) Lifestyle Changes Can Get You on the Road to Heart Health       DR. KEVIN CAMPBELL Internationally Recognized Cardiologist     According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), nearly one in three American adults has high cholesterol. […]

Dr. Patrick Flume: July 10, 2019

Summer Activities May Result in Exposure to a Bacteria that Can Cause a Chronic Lung Condition  A Pulmonologist and Patient Raise Awareness About Nontuberculous Mycobacterial (NTM) Lung Disease Dr. Patrick Flume Pulmonologist and Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina Debbie – NTM Lung Disease Patient   Some people associate […]

Julia Dimon: June 28, 2019

** LIVE: ON SITE FROM QUEBEC CITY ** OH CANADA! TOP REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD PLAN YOUR NEXT TRIP TO OUR NEIGHBOR TO THE NORTH  TRAVEL EXPERT, JULIA DIMON SHARES WHY NORTH AMERICA IS SUCH A HOT TRAVEL DESTINATION THIS SUMMER. BONUS: IT ISN’T THOUSANDS OF MILES AWAY!       Julia Dimon Travel Expert, […]

Dr. Jonathan Mermin: June 26, 2019

CDC Data Show Most Americans Have Never Had an HIV Test On National HIV Testing Day (June 27), CDC is releasing new data** that underscore the urgent need to scale up HIV testing to end the epidemic       Dr. Jonathan Mermin Director of CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS   1 in 7 people […]

Gene Goldman: June 25, 2019

Mid-Year Market Outlook Despite Global Trade Concerns, Markets Have Room to Run        Gene Goldman, CFA Chief Investment Officer and Director of Research, Cetera Investment Management   As we approach mid-year, a number of forces are creating volatility in global markets. Probably the biggest concern is the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute.   Officials from […]

Dr. Barrie Tan: June 20, 2019

Attention Medical Producers: New Study Finds Taking a Unique form of Vitamin E Doubled Life Expectancy in Some Cancer Patients — Researchers say Tocotrienols are Key to Increasing Patient Survival —     Dr. Barrie Tan Author of The Truth About Vitamin E   CLICK TO PURCHASE   Big medical news out of Europe. For […]

Martin Schreiber, MD: June 18, 2019

NEW TECH ADVANCES HELP DOCTORS EMPOWER PATIENTS WITH KIDNEY DISEASE Expert Available to Discuss Advances in Home Dialysis Care       Martin Schreiber, MD Chief Medical Officer, Home Modalities DaVita Kidney Care   The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 31 million US adults aged 20 years and older – more than […]

Paxton Baker: June 17, 2019

The Congressional Award Foundation honoring Achievement in Youth     Paxton Baker Washington Nationals Minority Owner and Chairman of the Board of the Congressional Award   The Congressional Award Foundation will honor Gail Miller with the Horizon Award at the annual Gold Medal Ceremony on Capitol Hill on June 20, 2019. A special recognition from […]

Whitney Torres: June 17, 2019

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO GO SOLAR Solar Expert Discusses How Solar Can Offset Energy Costs and Reduce the Environmental Impact of Your Home       Whitney Torres Solar energy expert with SunPower   The sun, as we all know, is an incredibly powerful – and free – source of renewable energy. In […]