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High Energy Girl

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High Energy Girl, Tracee Gluhaich

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Join Integrative Health Coach Tracee Gluhaich, as she inspires women to burn fat, boost energy, and be stronger. We believe you are not too old and it's never too late to do a complete 180 and change the trajectory of your health. Not to be a substitute for medical advice. Please consult your doctor.
 
Get ready for transformation and to start living an empowered happier lifestyle in both your relationship and with your children. This podcast is for couples and parents who want more and who are ready to take ownership for a better quality of life. Amanda wears a lot of hats as a Mindfulness Parenting Coach, Holistic Health and Wellness Coach, (specializing in anxiety and nutrition, and pregnant moms), Pretzel Kids Yoga Teacher and Fitness Professional. The 4 pillars of raising independent, ...
 
New York City: Ronen Mizrahi was born in Israel in 1977 and moved to New York in 2006. His unique style goes from Deep to Tech House, Tribal and Progressive. Steadily making a name for himself, and regularly playing to international audiences, Ronen's high energy beats have captured the attention of some of the world's most respected DJs and producers around the world. DJ Ronen Mizrahi Original & Official Remixes Available on iTunes, Beatport. - Follow him on Twitter.com/DJRONENMIZRAHI--face ...
 
The world's fittest DJ brings you her high energy workout mixes with the hottest jams so you can run those extra miles or bench press those extra pounds! Her open format style leds itself to wide audenice to get anyone movin & groovin : )About FitDJ:They call me DJ but I prefer life curator because I create a soundtrack to your life.I am a DJ mentored by the top DJ's in Philly, NY, and LA.I grew up with learning disabilites and school was very tough. Music was my escape.I was always the smal ...
 
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Ligaya Thompson & Jennifer Hawley

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Whether you’re a mother, teacher, doctor, or student; women are powerful influencers for themselves, their friends, strangers, coworkers, and the people around them. All women have an energy, optimism, and joy that continues to play a positive effect on the people in their lives. Today is the day to look inside yourself and break your personal and professional boundaries. Let us all be the strong women who empower women. Welcome to Girl 100, a podcast dedicated to helping you create an impac ...
 
Bill Berdeaux had one goal when he moved to Atlanta in 1995 - to DJ at the biggest, most sought after club in the entire Southeast, Backstreet. He was told, repeatedly, that there was no way he was getting a job there. But Bill stayed true to his dreams, and indeed became one of Backstreet’s headline DJs for many years. Today, Bill Berdeaux has cemented his status as one of Atlanta’s longest-spinning DJs, performing at Blake’s for the better part of the last 18 years. And along with being vo ...
 
In The Binge Factor podcast for aspiring podcasters and seasoned podcasters, podcast strategist Tracy Hazzard explores whether your podcast has what it takes to create and grow a bingeable podcast – where listeners binge on your every word and get to know, like, and trust you in an accelerated way. The Binge Factor is that strategic key to making your show irresistible, influential, authority-building, and successful. Tracy’s unique gift to the podcasting and branding world is being able to ...
 
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Lucia helo people feel comfortable in front of the camera using spiritual psychology tools. She is a Los Angeles-based photographer, self-portrait artist, and educator. She serves brands and influencers that want to share their work in a way that feels good to them. Creating short, impactful videos and photography by helping people show their authe…
 
A new study of long COVID-19 finds a disturbing cluster of symptoms well after infection: tremors, vibrations, debilitating pain and mental decline. One of the authors of the study joins us. And, Afghanistan's economic collapse has pushed the medical system closer and closer to a breaking point. Dave Michalski of Doctors Without Borders tells us mo…
 
In this deeply moving talk, educator Shabana Basij-Rasikh shares the harrowing story of evacuating more than 250 students, staff and family members from the School of Leadership, Afghanistan (SOLA) -- the country's first and only all-girls boarding school -- to Rwanda after the Taliban took power in 2021. An exceptional story of hope, resilience an…
 
More than a century ago, about 300 Korean American immigrants founded a new community in Riverside, California. But a little over a decade later, it vanished. Their stories were lost — until now. Professor Edward Chang rediscovered that history and joins us. And, because of genomic sequencing, researchers are able to track the spread of omicron and…
 
Santa Claus is coming to town — or is he? There's a shortage of actors who play Santa at malls and company parties during the Christmas season. We speak with professional Santas Tom Carmody and Ed Taylor. And, this year, an impending book shortage has booksellers worried about meeting demand. Here & Now's Kalyani Saxena has more.…
 
When a psychologist who studies well-being ends up with a brain tumor, what happens when she puts her own research into practice? Christina Costa goes beyond the "fight" narrative of cancer -- or any formidable personal journey -- to highlight the brain benefits of an empowering alternative to fostering resilience in the face of unexpected challeng…
 
During the 1980s and 1990s, the Catholic Church was criticized for its lack of response to the AIDS crisis. Author Michael J. O'Loughin talks about his new book, "Hidden Mercy: Aids, Catholics, and the Untold Story of Compassion in the Face of Fear." And, President Biden wants to bring solar energy production in this country from less than 4% of ou…
 
The new film "Writing with Fire" focuses on the Indian news organization Khabar Lahariya. Run by women of the Dalit — or untouchable caste — their Youtube channel now has 545,000 subscribers. Filmmakers Rintu Thomas and Sushmit Ghosh join us. And, Santa Clara University law professor Michelle Oberman talks about what happens when the right to an ab…
 
Melatonin is the hormone that tells our brains and bodies it's time to sleep. But if you think melatonin supplements will significantly improve your ability to fall asleep and stay asleep, you may have been misled. Sleep scientist Matt Walker shares how this "hormone of darkness" really works.By Matt Walker
 
The new Policing Alternative and Diversion Initiative in Atlanta has a 311 line and sends out response teams to help people with non-emergency concerns like medical care, housing and financial issues. Lisa Hagen of WABE reports. And, Matthew Bunn of the Harvard Kennedy School joins us to talk about how nuclear power fits into a carbon-free energy f…
 
New documentary "Citizen Ashe" tells the story of the life and activism of tennis great Arthur Ashe. His brother Johnnie Ashe, who appears in the film, joins us. And, in Massachusetts, conservationists have worked for decades to protect endangered bog turtles. As Hannah Chanatry of WBUR reports, their efforts are leading to some success.…
 
There are things we accept as obvious truths that aren't necessarily backed up by data. A primary example: cousin marriage being taboo. In this episode, data journalist Mona Chalabi looks at the numbers behind our family trees to reveal that cousin marriage is much more common and much less "ick" than you might think. Want to hear more from Mona? C…
 
The James Webb Space Telescope — the most powerful of its kind — will launch into space on Dec. 22. Astronomer Laura Kreidberg talks about what she hopes to learn about the atmosphere and weather of exoplanets. And, aviation reporter Peter Robison talks about his new book "Flying Blind: The 737 Max Tragedy and the Fall of Boeing," a deep dive into …
 
The doctrine of "first, do no harm" is the basis of the Hippocratic Oath, one of the world's oldest codes of ethics. It governs the work of physicians -- but climate and health campaigner Shweta Narayan says it should go further. In this essential talk, she highlights the interdependence of environmental and human health and emphasizes the necessit…
 
"Third Squad" is a new podcast that tells the story of the bloodiest stage of the war in Afghanistan. A decade later, journalist Elliott Woods tracks members of the Third Squad down to talk about how what happened there still affects their lives today. And, a new book tells the story of how Polish and U.S. spy agencies began working together after …
 
The opera "Sweet Land" incorporates both Indigenous and non-Indigenous voices for a new take on the settling of America. Composer Raven Chacon and Aja Couchois Duncan, who co-wrote the libretto, join us. And, investigative reporter Geoffrey Cain writes about the Chinese surveillance of the Uyghur ethnic minority in western China. We revisit our con…
 
For Native people, Thanksgiving is not a day to rejoice. It's a day of mourning. We revisit our conversation with Kisha James, the granddaughter of one of the founders of the National Day of Mourning, which is honored every Thanksgiving in Plymouth, Massachusetts. And, we revisit Robin Young's trip to see the snow geese in Vermont with her now late…
 
Here & Now's Scott Tong sat down with author Kat Chow to dive into the family histories and personal reflections that characterized their respective books, "A Village with My Name" and "Seeing Ghosts." And, chef and author Gyulshat Esenova describes how the desert climate of her native Turkmenistan shaped traditional Turkmen food, such as lamb cutl…
 
NASA researchers found that climate change may affect the production of rice as early as 2030. Among those trying to mitigate the losses is Pamela Ronald, who helped develop a new strain of rice that can survive weeks of flooding. She joins us. Film critic Ty Burr shares a list of film recommendations for films (and one TV show) that are available …
 
Last spring, the New York City's Tenement Museum added the Reclaiming Black Spaces walking tour, visiting important Lower East Side Black historical sites. Host Robin Young visited the museum to find out more. And, a single equation has been used for decades in the U.S. to determine whether you're eligible for a kidney transplant. Now, a task force…
 
When you fall asleep and start dreaming, you're actually doing very important work. According to sleep scientist Matt Walker, dreams act like a form of "overnight therapy." In fact, your dreams may even boost your ability to solve problems and process tough emotions that affect your waking life.By Matt Walker
 
Over the past seven years, Brian has gone from working full-time as a school teacher to one of Ireland and the UK’s leading thought leaders on all things health, fitness, and nutrition. Brian is the author of two bestsellers The Fitness Mindset and Rewire Your Mindset. On top of his ever-growing social media platforms, with over half a million foll…
 
Authentic personal podcasts are a niche in the independent podcasting scene. However, that shouldn’t stop you from growing and aiming for a wider audience. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Jayme Tener, host of the Blonde Haired Girl To Go podcast. Jayme’s raw and genuine content attracts listeners with slow yet steady growth. In this episode, Tracy gives h…
 
Floods, droughts, heat waves and cold blasts -- why is the weather becoming more extreme? Environmentalist and "America's weatherman" Al Roker discusses the link between climate change and disruptions to weather patterns worldwide, followed by a conversation between Nobel laureate Al Gore and TED science curator David Biello about the science of ex…
 
Investing in green energy, holding large corporations accountable for their pollution, stopping pipeline and oil extraction initiatives -- these are non-negotiable actions to protect the planet, but they are still just the bare minimum, say climate activists Xiye Bastida and Shiv Soin. In conversation with radio researcher Latif Nasser, Bastida and…
 
Chestnuts were once a major food source in the U.S. for Native Americans and enslaved Black Americans. But a fungus killed off billions of American chestnut trees. Now, as Jacob Fenston of WAMU reports, there are efforts to revive trees and bring chestnuts back to the table. And, experts say the number of Americans with eating disorders has skyrock…
 
In 2014, John Tye revealed that the National Security Agency was running a secret spying program targeting Americans. That experience inspired Tye to start a non-profit called Whistleblower Aid that counsels would-be whistleblowers on how to sound the alarm effectively and safely. He joins us to discuss. And, Washington Post financial columnist Mic…
 
No one remembers when you're right, but no one forgets when you're wrong. Your local weather person knows that saying all too well. But while they take a lot of the heat (get it?), how much of it is actually justified? In this episode, Mona Chalabi looks at weather forecasting data to see how accurate these predictions really are, and gives us tips…
 
"How much more damage do we have to endure before we realize that it's cheaper to save this planet than to ruin it?" asks engineer and investor John Doerr. In conversation with Countdown cofounder Lindsay Levin, Doerr and systems innovator Ryan Panchadsaram lay out six big objectives that -- if pursued with speed and scale -- could transform societ…
 
Can we safely transplant organs from former COVID-19 patients who recovered from the infection prior to donation? Dr. David Klassen joins us to explore that question. And, Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty of all charges last week. Author and historian Ibram X Kendi talks about what the verdict means.…
 
As you get older, your eyes worsen and become susceptible to a disease called age-related macular degeneration -- the leading cause of blindness, with no cure in sight. Sharing the science of how your vision works, researcher Joshua Chu-Tan offers breakthrough insights on a lesser-known RNA that could change the treatment for this disease, preservi…
 
We get the latest on the massive truck driver shortage from Tim Kernstein of the Phoenix Truck Driving Institute. And, the "Wheel of Time" series — a fantasy epic stretching across 14 books — is now an Amazon show. Here & Now's Alexander Tuerk brings us the story of the late author, Robert Jordan, and how the series continues to inspire.…
 
Boston radio station WBCN revolutionized rock radio in the late 1960s and 1970s. Host Robin Young speaks with filmmaker Bill Lichtenstein about "WBCN and the American Revolution." And, while the vaccine should make this year's Thanksgiving gatherings safer than last year, many are wondering if they should be taking extra precautions like getting th…
 
We've been hearing about self-driving cars for years, but autonomous vehicle entrepreneur Aicha Evans thinks we need to dream more daringly. In this exciting talk, she introduces us to robotaxis: fully autonomous, eco-friendly shuttles that would take you from place to place and take up less space on the streets than personal cars. Learn how this n…
 
The San Antonio Zoo has successfully hatched 10 Komodo dragons. With less than 1,400 adults left in the wild, the event is also a chance to raise awareness about international conservation efforts. Craig Pelke, director of ectotherms at the zoo, joins us. And, the House of Representatives voted to censure Rep. Paul Gosar for posting an animated vid…
 
Overnight, there is a near-total lunar eclipse that will be visible — weather permitting — across North America. It will be the longest lunar eclipse in almost 600 years, lasting for a few hours from start to finish. Sky & Telescope senior editor Kelly Beatty tells us all about it. And, before veteran Charles Waterhouse died, he painted portraits o…
 
TED Fellow and education innovator Larry Irvin envisions a world where every child can see themselves reflected in their teachers. With his team at Brothers Empowered to Teach, Irvin is providing pathways to careers in education for Black men, who currently make up less than three percent of all teachers in the US -- offering training, personal and…
 
Nikole Hannah-Jones has extended her work in the form of a new book. "The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story" expands versions of her original New York Times pieces through journalism, historical accounts, criticism and imaginative literature. And, with Thanksgiving just around the corner, Washington Post advice columnist Carolyn Hax shares tips on h…
 
Human rights abuses are just as common in renewable energy as they are in the fossil fuel sector, according to a new report by the Business and Human Rights Resource Center. Program manager Jessie Cato tells us more. And, KUNC Colorado River Basin reporter Alex Hager discusses how an estimated $8.3 billion dollars in federal infrastructure money ea…
 
What if we had a map of ... everything? Jack Dangermond, a visionary behind the geographic information system (GIS) technology used to map and analyze all kinds of complex data, walks us through the interconnected technologies gathering information about every crack and corner of the Earth. Learn how this "living atlas" and "geospatial nervous syst…
 
Eileen is a former nuclear power plant engineer who became sick due to chemical exposure. She suffered from chronic pain, allergies, Hashimoto’s, hypothyroidism, and lack of energy. These symptoms were the result of her body not eliminating the toxins to which she was regularly exposed. She tried a variety of medications, diets, therapies, and more…
 
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