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Ask The Blood Detective – Health Confidence – 02.11.17

Dr. Michael Wald, known as the blood detective, is host of, Ask The Blood Detective every Saturday at 1 o’clock on PRNFM online radio. Health Confidence has been “…called one of Dr. WALD’s best shows ever due to the depth of his discussions on how Health Confidence literally and biochemically sets the stage for health building and disease formation. Dr. WALD skillfully intertwines how our concepts about health shape our chemistry and how to use real world science, like blood testing, to maximize quality of life and perhaps premature death. Dr. Michael Wald is Supervisor of Longevity at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco. Www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com. Email: Info@BloodDetective.com

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Energy Stew – ReGina Concotelli – 01.27.17

The Human Design System’s intriguing predictions for 2017

Each year, the Human Design System provides a chart of the year ahead. It usually gets activated later in January (this year the 21st) closer to the Chinese New Year.

I’ll be speaking with ReGina Concotelli who is also a Human Design analyst, as I am.

We’ll be analyzing the chart and explain the form that this year will take and how it shows us the way to manage it and ourselves.

I can tell you that it truly understands the crazy times we’re in and gives us very specific strategies.

You don’t want to miss this opportunity and be better prepared to tackle the times we are facing.

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Greg Palast – The GOP’s Stealth War Against Voters

When Donald Trump claimed, “the election’s going to be rigged,” he wasn’t entirely wrong. But the threat was not, as Trump warned, from Americans committing the crime of “voting many, many times.” What’s far more likely to undermine democracy in November is the culmination of a decade-long Republican effort to disenfranchise voters under the guise of battling voter fraud. The …

“I think America is out of hand”: The shocking numbers that reveal just how burnt out American workers are – MATT SACCARO

The American worker is overworked, underpaid, and suffering from severe burnout. This sentiment isn’t populist rhetoric, there are numbers to back it up. A new studyfrom Staples Advantage and WorkPlaceTrends — an HR-focused research firm — polled over 2,500 workers and reached troubling results. According to the data, 53 percent of American workers report feeling burned out at work. With current …