Kathrine Switzer: June 16, 2017

FAMED MARATHONER KATHRINE SWITZER EMBARKS ON NEW JOURNEY TO CHAMPION SENIORS AT THE 2017 NATIONAL SENIOR GAMES **SWITZER’S PARTICIPATION FOCUSED ON ENCOURAGING SENIORS TO ADOPT A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE** HISTORIC RUNNER DISCUSSES HOW OPTIMISM AND A PHYSICALLY HEALTHY LIFESTYLE ARE THE KEYS TO SUCCESS FOR OUR NATION’S SENIORS Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to run […]

Alton Glass: June 16, 2017

CELEBRATED DIRECTOR INCORPORATING VIRTUAL REALITY IN FILM “A Little Love”, a virtual reality film from Award-Winning Director and Producer, Alton Glass debuts on June 17th at the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) being held in Miami.   Alton Glass Filmmaker of “A Little Love”   Alton Glass is one of a handful of film directors and producers, […]

Whitney Torres: June 15, 2017

WHY GO SOLAR? EXPERT DISCUSSES THE BENEFITS OF CLEAN, RENEWABLE ENERGY *** LIVE FROM A SOLAR HOME ***  Whitney Torres Solar energy expert from SunPower While traditional electricity costs continue to rise, the price of solar has fallen 67 percent over the last five years – resulting in more solar power systems coming online. In […]

Dr. Tom Mascari: June 13, 2017

JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER: TIPS TO HELP PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM SUMMER’S BIGGEST PESTS!  Learn How Sixty Years of Insect Research Leadership Helps Families Prepare for a Summer Filled with Mosquitoes DR. TOM MASCARI Bug Expert and Entomologist, SC Johnson The record breaking warm winter nationwide means there will be more mosquitoes and bugs this summer. […]

Nick Lund: June 13, 2017

Out of Balance: National Parks and the Threat of Oil and Gas Development New Report from the National Parks Conservation Association Shows Western Parks are Endangered by Potential Energy Development   Nick Lund Senior Manager for Landscape Conservation at the NPCA    The Southwest’s national parks are among the most-visited national parks in the country, […]

Dr. James Kiley: June 8, 2017

COPD NATIONAL ACTION PLAN AIMS TO REDUCE THE BURDEN OF THE THIRD LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH  First-Ever National Framework Designed to Address Key Issues Associated with COPD  Dr. James Kiley Director of the Division of Lung Diseases at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) The National […]

Dr. Carlos Martinez: June 6, 2017

HOW CATARACTS IMPACT THE HISPANIC COMMUNITY *JUNE IS CATARACT AWARENESS MONTH* EYE HEALTH EXPERT TO DISCUSS NEW SURVEY FINDINGS ON THE EMOTIONAL IMPACT OF CATARACTS; EDUCATES LISTENERS ON TREATMENT OPTIONS   Dr. Carlos Martinez Chairman of Ophthalmology at Long Beach Memorial Cataracts are one of the most common eye health conditions associated with aging. And […]

James C. Greenwood: June 6, 2017

BREAKTHROUGH WITH BIOTECHNOLOGY 2017 BIO International Convention is June 19-22 in San Diego   The Honorable James C. Greenwood President and CEO of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization On Tuesday, June 6th, James C. Greenwood will be available for interviews to discuss biotech advances across healthcare, agriculture and energy. As the leader of the Biotechnology Innovation […]

Kyle Andersen: May 31, 2017

Tips & Techniques to Save for College MAY 29TH WAS SAVE FOR EDUCATION DAY, DEDICATED TO RAISING AWARENESS FOR 529 PLANS AND SETTING EDUCATION SAVINGS GOALS   Kyle Andersen Principal, Managed Investments   According to the annual 529 Plan Awareness Survey from financial services firm Edward Jones, Seven out of 10  Americans still don’t know what […]

Ceci Carmichael: May 31, 2017

FRESH RECIPES MADE WITH DAIRY DELIGHTS Inspiration Is Close As Your Grocer’s Dairy Aisle *** June is National Dairy Month ***   CECI CARMICHAEL Classically-Trained Chef, Lifestyle Expert and TV Personality Are you looking to add more versatility to meals, snacks and desserts? It’s time to find new inspiration in a place you might not […]