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Debut of Cosmic LOVE show, May 9, 2007

Debut of Cosmic LOVE show

"In the beginning, God geometrized."
-ancient Hermetic wisdom
"In the end, we become what we geometrize."
- modern GeoNotes wisdom

Guest, Hal Elrod

Guest Occupation: 
author, inspirational speaker, business person

Country Joes Chicken Show, November 4, 2013

Your Poultry news source - informative and highly entertaining. If you want to know how a chicken thinks, stop talking to the turkeys and listen to the Chicken Whisperer. He will rile your feathers while tending your flock, all the while hypnotizing your chickens and garnishing your plate.

with Joe Barber the Florida Chicken Whisperer

Caregiver Actions and Self Pay, August 13, 2013

People often need to be surrounded by a circle of love as they age. They might benefit from the support of caregivers. And medical attention can be essential. But these simple statements bring to the fore more questions than they answer. Who supports the caregiver? What type of support do they need?

Creative Aging and Stress, July 30, 2013

Getting a bit older is not easy for the person who is adding on the birthdays or for their caregivers. And the pressures these people face sometimes demand creative responses. Our two guests today deal with that need to be creative from two very different angles.

Music Memories and Aging, July 16, 2013

On this program, we deal with all aspects of aging. And one part of adding on the birthdays is living with memories. Our first guests this afternoon, Deanna Adams,  has written extensively about rock-n-roll memories, detailing a more innocent time when we baby boomer were captivated by music that spoke for our generations.

Elder Law and Yoga, July 2, 2013

People cringe at the thought that they might become incapacitated, unable to make their own decisions about their medical care or their finances. But these things do happen, and people can protect themselves by establishing contingency plans as soon as possible.  They can ensure that their wishes will be respected even if they can no longer vocalize their thoughts.

Alzheimers and Other Forms of Dementia, June 18, 2013

Much has been written and said to the effect that Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia can steal away people’s intellectual processes, leaving them dependent on others. And this dialogue has translated into its becoming a greatly-feared diagnosis. Well, Alzheimer’s might impair the memory of those who are living with it and it might also slow some of their mental processes.

Elderly Patients, ERs and Self Help Books, June 4, 2013

Let’s face it. Nobody enjoys the time they spend as a patient in an emergency room. But being vulnerable to the hurried atmosphere that surrounds them, older people often find their stays in these facilities to be particularly difficult. They can become agitated within these settings and that emotional state might linger long after they have left.

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