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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Bernie, Ralph & Michael – 05.03.17

When three catalytic change agents, Bernie Sanders, Ralph Nader and Michael Hudson, agree that public banking is the way to go, you want to go there!  This week’s “It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown” does just that by looking at why one of America’s most prominent public officials, an anti-corporate national icon and “the world’s best economist” are new passengers …

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What Women Must Know – Cough Cures: The Best Natural Solutions for Acute and Chronic Coughs with Dr. Gustavo Ferrer – 02.16.17

Dr. Gustavo Ferrer was trained in Pulomnary Medicine in both Cuba and the U.S. He worked with the United Nations University in South America and led his fellowship training from George Washington University. He later founded the Chronic Cough CEnter at Cleveland Clinic Florida. As part of the National Hispanic Medical Association, Dr. Ferrer went to a White House briefing to discuss the Affordable Care Act.

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Sanders Still Strongest Candidate as New Poll Shows Trump and Clinton in Near-Tie

Though the media and political establishment have all but declared Hillary Clinton the official Democratic presidential candidate, new polling on Monday shows that Bernie Sanders continues to fare significantly better when matched against Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. According to the latest George Washington (GW) University Battleground Poll, Clinton’s lead over Trump has shrunk to 3 percentage points, with her besting the billionaire developer …

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What Women Must Know – The Truth About Depression and How Women Can Heal Their Bodies to Reclaim Their Lives with Dr. Kelly Brogan – 04.14.16

Depression and anxiety are symptoms, not brain disorders, and they can be cured through simple lifestyle interventions—not antidepressants. Dr. Brogan will discuss the causes and natural solutions for depression, anxiety and much more.

Dr. Kelly Brogan studied Cognitive Neuroscience at MIT before receiving her M.D. from Weill Cornell Medical College. Board certified in Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine, and Integrative Holistic Medicine, she is one of the only doctors in the nation with these qualifications. She is also on the faculty of George Washington University. When not helping patients in her Manhattan private practice, publishing groundbreaking research, teaching or advocating for holistic women’s psychiatry.
http://kellybroganmd.com

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What Women Must Know – How to Read a Blood Test for a Longer, Healthier Life with James LaValle – 02.04.16

James LaValle, R.Ph., C.C.N. is a nationally recognized clinical pharmacist, board certified clinical nutritionist, author, educator, industry consultant and clinical practitioner/pioneer in the field of natural therapeutics.

He is one of the nation’s top influencers in legitimizing integrative medicine, and was named one of the “50 Most Influential Pharmacists” by American Druggist magazine as well as 2011 Clinician of the Year by the Natural Products Association.

LaValle is also the author of more than 20 books and eBooks including, is most recently released publication, Your Blood Never Lies, as well as his best seller, Cracking the Metabolic Code.

LaValle was appointed Metabolic Medicine Institute (MMI) Committee Chairperson in 2014. He is also affiliated with George Washington University as the course director in systems biology and clinical lecturer.

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Nearly 2,500 Bridges to Nowhere: Congress Considers Expanding Charter Program Despite Millions Wasted on Closed Schools – Jonas Persson

As both the House and the Senate consider separate bills that would reauthorize and expand the quarter-billion-dollar-a-year Charter Schools Program (CSP), the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) has examined more than a decade of data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) as well as documentation from open records requests. The results are troubling. Between 2001 and 2013, 2,486 charter schools have …

Big Pharma Promises Men Endless Youth With Drug That May Cause Clots, Heart Problems, Suicide By Martha Rosenberg

Recently, an editorial in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society cited “disease-mongering” of testosterone to men for conditions for which it is not approved. Increasingly low libido, obesity and other age-related changes are attributed to “Low T” or low testosterone. This spring, I interviewed a coauthor of the editorial, Thomas Perls, a professor of medicine and director of the New England …