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  • THE HEART OF A HEBREW WOMAN

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    Shalom Shebrews,
    Welcome to the Heart Of A Hebrew Woman. Today’s broadcast features:
    Herbal Segment- Healing for the mind body and sou
    Lesson:The meaning of Contentment. Philippians 4:11-13.
    Shebrew Nugget- Bold Beautiful and Balanced 

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    Transforming Trauma into Triumph

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    Marian Bacol-Uba is a transformation coach, holistic health and wellness expert, and a certified pranayama and meditation teacher. She empowers women to transform trauma into triumphs, heal themselves from within, and create a thriving life in mind, body, and soul with clarity and confidence.
    Years ago, although Marian had a great marketing career, she still felt unfulfilled, unhappy, anxious and dealt with her PTSD and depression through alcohol and substance abuse. It wasn’t until an overdose and out-of-body, near-death experience that she finally WOKE UP! She was given a second chance at life and began her spiritual journey. Now, she is writing her forthcoming book “Survivor to Thriver” that talks about her journey of overcoming childhood sexual abuse, substance/alcohol abuse and traditional cultural norms to living a thriving life of health and wellness for the mind, body and spirit. She hopes that by sharing her story and journey, others can also find healing, transformation and empowerment.

  • "Our Cup Runneth Over"

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    Remember those sweater girls of the 50's ? Jane Russell and her 18 hour bra? Yup it was slim pickings for those "full figured gals" but that was then and this is now...Join hosts Laurie Towers and Elite Ziegelman as they welcome guest Sandra Smith creator of Boostwr , and hear how this company gives support to the many women who are looking for style and variety 
     

  • Tonight on Science Talk Wednesday:The Story of HeLa Part 2

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    Join us on part 2 discussion on with Penny Melquist on the HeLa Cells. These are the Immortal cells of Henrietta Lacks.  Who is Henrietta Lacks?
    Henrietta Lacks (born Loretta Pleasant; August 1, 1920 –October 4, 1951) was an African-American woman whose cancer cells are the source of the  HeLa cell line, the first immortalized cell line and one of the most important cell lines in medical research. An immortalized cell line will reproduce indefinitely under specific conditions, and the HeLa cell line continues to be a source of invaluable medical data to the present day.
    Lacks was the unwitting source of these cells from a tumor biopsed during treatment for cervical cancer at John Hopkins Hopsital in Baltimore, Maryland U.S., in 1951. These cells were then cultured by George Otto Gey who created the cell line known as HeLa, which is still used for medical research. As was then the practice, no consent was obtained to culture her cells, nor were she or her family compensated for their extraction or use.Even though some information about the origins of HeLa's immortalized cell lines was known to researchers after 1970, the Lacks family was not made aware of the line's existence until 1975. With knowledge of the cell line's genetic provenance becoming public, its use for medical research and for commercial purposes continues to raise concerns about privacy and patients' rights. Tune in, chat in and join us in a though provocking discussion on the HeLa cells. Tune in and Lets Talk! 

  • 10 Tips to Get Your Freelance Articles Polished & Published

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    During this hour with Marnie and guest, Judy Dippel, you'll discover:
    1. How to keep on writing, even when you feel like quitting. 2. A checklist that will help you begin to write standout articles. 3. Tips to organize your thoughts. 4. The secret skill that proves you're a writer. 5. How to hook your specific audience 6. How to research, query & submit a proposal 7. Ways to listen, take advice & learn like a pro. 8. The computer skills you must possess and polish to succeed 9. How to "not" come off as a newbie 10. How to celebrate your written accomplishments.
    Judy Dippel is an inspirational author and speaker whose friendly and frank style puts her audiences at ease. She is the author of several books that speak to issues that affect real women, with real issues, needing real solutions. Learn more at www.JudyDippel.com

  • Sarah Silbert Hinawi

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  • Interview With Susan Barnes Author And Intuitive Counselor

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    Join Natalie on Wed May 23, 2018 from 8-9pm est as she talks to author Susan Barnes, a Featured Writer for Mystic Living Today
    Her motto "Fall in love with you and others will too". Susan has written 15 books including Love Magic, Write to Ignite and the Kelly Karate series and more. She have been writing professionally for over 20 years on topics such as relationships and advice (including long distance relationships), life coaching, success, love and happiness; personal development topics such as how to be charismatic, how to generate your own luck, how to be more intuitive, and how to be successful; and spirituality topics such as love magic, net magic, and magnetism.
    SUSAN BARNES IS:
    An intuitive counselor
    Hypnotherapist
    Master coach
    Passionate about taking her message of love and compassion throughout the world.
    A charismatic and inspirational speaker
    An ordained Reverend of the Universal Life Church Monastery Ministry.
    Member of AIRR: the Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers
    Bookmark Our HUB Planet StarZ, Inc. Keep Reaching For The StarZ For guidance Stalk Us On Twitter See us on Instagram: starzpsychics

  • January Jones- Born in the Land of the Tango - Jackie O'Neal

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    Jackie O'Neal has been regular contributor to award-winning The Press of Atlantic City, The New York Amsterdam News , The Huffington Post, USA Today.com, NPR among others. She holds an M.F.A. in Poetry and Fiction from the renowned, Sarah Lawrence College. In addition, she holds a Masters Degree in Sacred Theology from Agape Seminary. O'Neal taught Developmental Writing as a Senior adjunct professor at Atlantic Cape Community College where she was nominated for an Excellence in Teaching Award 2007.
    This book titled "Born in the Land of Tango" by Jackie Audrey O'Neal is a very touching self discovery story. In 1997, it was time for a trip to Argentina, it was time verify the existence of "Basque". During the trip a photo is shared in detail making you feel as if it had been in your own hands. Vizcaya, Biscay province, Alava become the three component provinces of the region of Basque country in 1980. Grandmother's homeland (Guizpicoa) turns out to be one of the largest, seven thousand people, and witch hunts by the Spanish Inquisition in 1609.

  • Part 2: CUTV News Host Jim Masters Welcomes Back Connie Goodman-Milone

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    This is the second of a new three-part series featuring Connie Goodman-Milone
    MIAMI, FL – “It is so wonderful to know there’s a place for caring people in this world.” This is what Connie Goodman-Milone, a highly regarded writer, Miami writing mentor and philanthropist, had to say about receiving a Marquis Who’s Who Humanitarian Award in 2017. It is one of the two she is proudest of in her string of accolades. The other was for Bereavement Volunteer of the Year, from VITAS Healthcare.
    Connie has been oft-recognized for her work as a frequent contributor of letters to the editor to the Miami Herald. She also is an award-winning wordsmith who favors Haiku and free verse lyrical poetry, and was published in Poets Corner, Healthy Stories.
    But there is another, even more noble side to her; Connie is a credentialed social worker, and a compassionate supported for those who have experienced the pain of loss.
    Connie also became a hospice volunteer at the VITAS inpatient unit at North Shore Hospital in Miami. She has since become a cherished volunteer for VITAS Healthcare. In addtiion, she serves as a field partner for Doctors Without Borders, a champion for the American Red Cross and a patron of many non-profit organizations focused on wildlife and human rights.
    Connie’s great loves have converged in her most meaningful initiative, an in-development book she is compiling with Jonathan Rose. It is known as The Bereavement Poetry Project and will be a two-volume anthology with a bereavement-themed name.
    For more information on Connie, visit her website at www.conniegoodman-milone.com

  • Part 3: CUTV News Host Jim Masters Welcomes Back Claudia Harvey - Dig It Apparel

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    Toronto, ON – Harvey is the co-founder and CEO of Dig It Apparel®, which specializes in manufacturing utility gloves for women that protect a woman’s nails in the garden and any DIY project. Dig It’s industrial design patented Pillow-Top Protector™ sits on-top of a lady’s fingernail to inhibit dirt and debris from getting to nails.
    Within six weeks of launching, Dig It had drawn interest from 42 independent retailers across Canada. With a viable concept and product, and proven sales to back it up, Harvey appeared on Dragons’ Den, Canada’s version of Shark Tank, where she partnered with investor Kevin O’Leary to expand the company into big box stores like The Home Depot Canada and Lowe's.
    While Dig It’s Dragons' Den appearance represented a pivotal point in Harvey’s life and business, the experience convinced her she had something to say beyond talking about her product. She wanted to reach other aspiring women entrepreneurs to talk about work-life balance, overcoming fear, overcoming trepidation, and strategic thinking for how to start a company and balance your life.
    Nine years from the start of Dig It Apparel, Harvey hasn’t let up. By learning from the best she’s transformed from “pitcher” to “investor” and invests in other businesses. Harvey shares her story from the stage and speaks internationally while recently sharing events with other notables in their field such as Tony Robbins, Pitbull, Mark Victor Hansen to name a few.  She inspires and motivates others to follow their path and personal definition of success.
    For more information visit www.digitapparel.com and www.claudiaharvey.com