Conversations with Lizz Sommars
'conversations' - 5/19/13
Welcome to conversations. On today's program will look at these issues. We'll talk about what twenty somethings need to know about creating financial independence my guess him. Then we'll speak with journalist Emily along about our culture of bullying and what we can do to change it thanks for
Amelie as a senior editor of slate. A contributing writer at the New York Times magazine and a frequent guest on comedy central's the cold air report. And -- Truman Capote fellow at Yale Law School she writes about defeating the culture of bullying and re discovering the power of character in empathy in the books sticks and stones. Her website is Emily Basil on dot com for tomorrow Emily if you will you of course studied -- topic at blanks so deep fine that bullying.
'Conversations' - 5/12/13
'Emily Post's Manners in a Digital World', Daniel Post Senning. 'You and Your Anxious Child', Anne Marie Albano, Ph.D.
Daniel post -- he is the great great grandson of manners -- Emily Post . He's an author and prisoner of business etiquette seminars for the Emily Post Institute. He's written a guide for appropriate online and digital device behavior in the book Emily Post manner is in a digital world. His website is Emily Post dot com. Dan first volume as I just managing your great great grandmother Emily Post with such a bastion of good manners and proper behavior I -- going all the way back what 4050 years. What she think of us now with the Internet dollar forms of social media which have been a fan of modern technology. Absolutely there is no question in my mind Emily Post was. Both a fan of the new media have heard today -- -- telephones and radio sheep and next year meant it
my guest today Daniel post sending you can go to his website Emily Post dot com. Read about it in his guidebook Emily Post manners in the digital world -- thank you so much for speaking the media day. And still ahead is -- -- and
'Conversations' - 5/5/13
Welcome to conversations. On today's program my guest is health and medical writer and bloodshed. We're gonna talk about the current state of the addiction treatment industry in the US and how to get help that works. Thanks for spending some time this this weekend I'm your host Summers.
alcohol recovery about ten years ago. And my my my thing with writing books I have -- I'm actually registered dietitian by -- -- masters the nutrition science and my thing is. Going out and finding
interview people who have been there going back to my thing for writing books . And so that's what I decided to do. Why is the public so misinformed about rehab in general who would you colony
'Conversations' - 4/28/13
Welcome the conversations. Thanks so much for being along with today. My guess in this half hour is scientists and naturalists Daniel can Ph.D. That's about it is professor emeritus department of ecology evolution them marine biology. At the University of California at Santa Barbara. We're gonna
temperature is rising and it seems that carbon dioxide change and other greenhouse gases were the primary. But things just started to change in this new century ironically. There's evidence that actually in the fossil record going back these 100000 years. That carbon tax say she may have changed. After temperature change there may have been a -- now that's the case something that likes of the out into the and there's a lot
'Conversations' - 4/21/13
Well candid conversations. On today's program will look at these issues. We'll explore one of life's basic emotions fear and how to use it to your advantage. My guest is award winning journalist and server Jamal youngest. Then we'll speak with journalist Emily campus about the emerging science of
we may be there. -- breeding pigs to be leaner with human growth hormones but in what the pigs have other health problems down the road. Exactly and that at that indicate that talk about how the belt they'll pig you know one of the
'Conversations' - 4/14/13
'Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum's Heart Book', Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum. 'The Time Cure', Richard Sword, Ph.D.
I'm conversations. We'll talk about these issues. First big emotional underpinnings for heart disease in women I guess his cardiologist doctor Suzanne Stein on. Then we'll talk about a new method of overcoming combat related PT
for coming on the program today. Thanks so much for having me. Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women in the United States a poor diet and lack of exercise contribute to heart disease . But my guess they say she is convinced that the heart sickness she sees in so many women today. The vague complaints
women campaign. And then attending cardiologist and the director of women and heart disease . Of Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. She read about this subject in the book doctor Suzanne Stein mom's heart block her web site is ants are asked heart dot com. Doctor Stein -- part of the impetus -- writing this book is a phenomenon I guess that's the right word of a -- noticing a strange trend in your younger female patients who should've been at the peak of their health and careers. In their thirties forties and fifties with who were suffering from signs of heart disease tell us a little bit more about that first a ball. You know if at this point I would call it a
'Conversations' - 4/7/13
'Beyond the Checklist', Suzanne Gordon. 'Attitude Reconstruction', Jude Bijou.
mentioned she is a psychotherapist and also educator and workshop leader from Santa Barbara California . She writes about this subject in the book added to get reconstruction. And her website -- attitude reconstruction dot com. Judy your
feel better I feel -- Do you Biggio was a psychotherapist from Santa Barbara California she writes about this subject. In the -- attitude reconstruction. And her website is attitude reconstruction dot com -- thank you so
'Conversations' - 3/31/13
I. Welcome to conversations. On today's program will look at two issues. We'll speak with doctor Robert think about them. Between sugar consumption and higher rates of obesity and disease. Then we'll speak with a journalist AMBER about his years studying one of America's 45000. Failing public
with some medical center for. Type two diabetes hypertension disrupt the -- cardiovascular disease itself for different reasons than before cancer and dementia all of which. Or on the rise and we have stated that actually
'Conversations' - 3/24/13
Welcome to conversations. I'm your host Larry Summers. On today's program will look at these issues. We'll talk about one of the hottest trends in technology emerging science of big data and it's implications in our lives my guess is Victor mayor shown burger. Then we'll speak with professor of
wanna talk about if you're concerned about energy use and resulting greenhouse gas emissions . It makes a difference whether you're talking about seven billion or ten billion people who are doing the admitting. If you're concerned
have ever more feet. Yet if if you look at US greenhouse gas emissions between 1990 and 2004. They grew by around 20%. But per capita emissions during that time only grew by about three and
Said the side park plans if we're willing to ratchet back greenhouse gas emissions . And above all if we're willing to work to sort of limit our own numbers. So. We passed the tipping point but
'Conversations' - 3/17/13
Welcome to conversations. On today's program my guest is on college's doctor preside. We're going to talk about how to successfully navigate our healthcare system. To get the best care how do you find the best doctor free you. Should you doctor shop on the Internet how can you use the Internet to
along these same lines talking about second opinions. Let's say once a health problem has been diagnosed you are facing -- serious condition were big surgery. We should you ask for a second opinion and what