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Project Censored – 06.13.17

In the first half of the show, Mickey and Peter speak with three student researchers at San Francisco State University, and their faculty advisor, about their current Project Censored research, and about innovative new approaches to journalism itself.   Then Chase Palmieri of Tribeworthy.com makes a return visit to the show, to offer an update on Tribeworthy’s progress. Tribeworthy’s purpose …

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Project Censored – 05.17.16

Peter Phillips and Mickey Huff spend the hour with faculty and staff from San Francisco State University, one of Project Censored’s affiliate campuses, and discuss some of the under-reported stories the students found in their research; the topics range from a clean and carbon-neutral synthetic diesel fuel to the new concept of “generative journalism.” Download this episode (right click and …

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Project Censored – 02.16.16

In the first half of the program, veteran investigative reporter Jane Akre explains the serious medical problems caused by mesh implants, and why corporate-media coverage of these issues has been scant. Then Ken Burroughs discusses the Gandhi-King Season of Nonviolence, and explains the philosophical foundations of nonviolence doctrine.

Jane Akre is the co-founder of the Mesh Medical Device News Desk web site, and a former television reporter. Ken Burroughs teaches Holistic Health at San Francisco State University, and is an organizer of the Gandhi-King events on the SFSU campus

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It’s All About Food – Lani Muelrath, The Plant-Based Journey – 09.08.15

Lani Muelrath, MA, is an award-winning teacher, author, and speaker well known for her expertise in plant-based, active, mindful living and the author of the new book, The Plant-Based Journey: A Step-by-Step Guide To Transition To A Healthy Lifestyle and Achieving Your Ideal Weight. Lani has served as presenter and consultant for the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine and the Complete Health Improvement Project. She is published in prominent periodicals including Prevention magazine, USA Today, and The Saturday Evening Post, and has been featured on ABC-TV and CBS-TV, on numerous radio shows, and created and starred in her own CBS television show, Lani’s All-Heart Aerobics.

Recipient of the California Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Instruction, Lani is also the author of Fit Quickies: 5-Minute Targeted Body-Shaping Workouts; guest lecturer at San Francisco State University; and associate faculty in Kinesiology at Butte College, where her book has been adopted as a required course textbook. She is certified in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University, certified Behavior Change Specialist, Fitness Nutrition Specialist, and maintains multiple teaching credentials in the State of California. Lani presents and lectures extensively and counsels a variety of clients throughout the world from her northern California–based private practice on successful transition to healthy plant-based living. More from Lani, including free book preview and special report at www.lanimuelrath.com.

Knowledge about alternative medicine connected to education, income

People with lower educational levels and incomes are less likely to know about yoga, acupuncture, natural products and chiropractic medicine, according to a new study from San Francisco State University. Studies on the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) have typically focused on learning more about who use these types of practices and why. Less is known about trends …

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Here’s the Real Problem With Almonds – Tom Philpott and Julia Lurie

Almonds: crunchy, delicious, and…the center of a nefarious plot to suck California dry? They certainly have used up a lot of ink lately—partly inspired by our reportingover the past year. California’s drought-stricken Central Valley churns out 80 percent of the globe’s almonds, and since each nut takes a gallon of water to produce, they account for close to 10 percent of the state’s annual agricultural water …