Author and workplace consultant ArLyne Diamond, ph.d., discussed the significance of April as Sexual Assault Harassment Month, the impact of the #MeToo movement, how America is changing its perspective on sexual assault and sexual harassment, and the effectiveness of sexual harassment training.
Marathoner Eva Casale discussed her participation in 7 marathons in 7 days to raise awareness of the plight of veterans and to raise money for Hope for Warriors and respect for the sacrifices veterans and their families make.
Michael Frazier discussed the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, the role sports played in America’s culture and recovery from the terrorist attacks, and the planned Comeback Season Sports After 9/11 Memorial exhibit.
Palliative care physician Dana Lustbader, M.D., discussed the significance of National Health Care Decision Week, health care and planning options, and ways to begin discussion of one’s desires if the individual becomes medically incapacitated
Attorney Paul Edelstein discussed the incidence of traumatic brain injury, chronic traumatic encephalopathy(CTE), the case of boxer Magomed Abdusalamov, and efforts to implement Mago’s Law as a way to raise awareness of the problem, execute reforms, and prevent future tragic injuries.
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network NYC affiliate chair Tommy Barquinero discussed volunteer opportunities and the organization of Purple Stride New York. Chief Medical Officer Victoria Manax, M.D., discussed who is most susceptible to develop pancreatic cancer, research efforts, and treatment options
Pancreatic Cancer Action Networ k(PANCAN) Chief Communications Officer Michael Rosen and entertainer Erin Willett, a PANCAN volunteer, discussed what pancreatic cancer is, advocacy and awareness efforts arising from Purple Stride New York, and the role of volunteers in the organization’s efforts.
Bob Salter spoke with listeners about reactions to the March 14, 2018 nationwide student walkouts protesting gun violence, student demands for Congressional action, and reasons for talk about gun control in the aftermath of the Parkland Florida school shootings.
Igea Brain and Spine physicians Arun Rajaran, M.D., and Adam Lipson, M.D., discussed how rehabilitation of veterans mpacted development of prosthetics and tourniquet therapy, and the importance of proper stretching and preparation to avoid common sports injuries.
P1-Former nanny Ruka Curate discussed tips for hiring a nanny or a manny, qualities of good nannies and mannies, and proper vetting practices for nannies and mannies.
P2-Author and investigative journalist Jerome Coris, ph.d., discussed suggestions that can adopted to stem the tide of school,shootings across the country and his view qualified staff and teachers should be permitted to carry guns when they are working in schools or universities,
Author Emily Slingluff discussed her view that many of the recent school attacks involve people who are unhappy, why parents are the main influence in the childrens’ lives, and how parents determine whether the children grow up depressed or happy with life.
Author and therapist Gillian Padgett discussed ways to deal with trauma from a horrific event, why people not directly touched by the Parkland Florida school shooting may experience secondhand trauma, and how everyone processes trauma differently.