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Latest Episodes

Challenges and Opportunities To End The HIV Epidemic

There are an estimated 1.1 million people living with HIV in the United States. The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) set out to explore the challenges and opportunities to end the HIV epidemic from the vantage point of local health care providers and health agencies in eight diverse jurisdictions across the country. Anand Parekh Chief Medical Adviser for the Bipartisan Policy Center came on the program to talk about how America’s HIV epidemic has evolved over the years to become highly heterogeneous across not only populations, but geographically.

12 MIN6 days ago
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Challenges and Opportunities To End The HIV Epidemic

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Lead is toxic to everyone, but unborn babies and young children (6 months to 3 years) are at greatest risk for health problems from lead poisoning. Young children absorb lead more easily than older kids and adults, and lead is more harmful to them. Linda Overton from Riverside University Health System Public Health’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program came on the show to talk about October’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.

9 MIN6 days ago
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Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Hackers Target "Smart Home" Systems

Millions of people worldwide are making their homes and businesses “smarter” — but not necessarily safer. Being able to remotely manage door locks, security cameras, and appliances through internet-connected devices has resulted in the smart home frenzy, but the downside of security breaches can be devastating. Eduardo Campos is a cybersecurity expert. He spent 13 years at Microsoft, first as a cybersecurity advisor, then leading innovative projects at the highest levels of government. He came on the program to discuss how to keep your data safe from hackers.

8 MIN1 weeks ago
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Hackers Target "Smart Home" Systems

Rev Up Your Midlife Metabolism

Danna Demetre is a Registered Nurse, an author, speaker and co-founder of Lean Healthy Ageless. Robyn Thomson, an advanced clinical weight loss practitioner and co-founder of Lean Healthy Ageless, has worked with cutting-edge nutritional companies and received training from some of the top doctors and scientists in the industry. Together they have written a book called Eat, Live, Thrive Diet: A Lifestyle Plan to Rev Up Your Midlife Metabolism.

17 MIN1 weeks ago
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Rev Up Your Midlife Metabolism

Vets Get Help From Real Warriors Campaign

September is Suicide Prevention Month, and the Real Warriors Campaign is asking that service members, veterans and family members learn the warning signs of common psychological health concerns, and reach out for help from loved ones and health care providers. Lieutenant Commander Evette Pinder (USPHS) is the Action Officer for the Real Warriors Campaign. She came on the program to talk about how the campaign links service members, veterans and their families with care and provides free, confidential resources including online articles, print materials, videos and podcasts.

6 MINSEP 4
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Vets Get Help From Real Warriors Campaign

Support Sisterz "Combat Cancer Walk"

“Support Sisterz” is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization comprised of breast cancer survivors who have a passion to empower women fighting the same battle. Support Sisterz assists breast cancer patients by helping them with bills, special clothing, transportation and support. Andrianna Showalter and Candy Leach from Support Sisterz came on the program to talk about their 4th annual “Combat Cancer Walk 2019” 5K walk at Norco College October 19th. All members of Support Sisterz are volunteers and all the funds raised go directly to help breast cancer patients

11 MINSEP 4
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Support Sisterz "Combat Cancer Walk"

Concerns Over Bail Reform

Bail reform has become a popular social justice cause in recent years. However, twenty-seven top researchers from Harvard, Princeton, MIT, Columbia, NYU and UC Berkeley jointly issued a scathing criticism of pretrial risk assessments tools which use an algorithms key to determine which offenders are eligible for bail. Jeffrey Clayton, Executive Director of the American Bail Coalition, a trade organization committed to developing the most efficient means for the pretrial release of criminal defendants, came on the program to discuss the latest developments with bail reform. Clayton explained how the 27 researchers sent individual letters to three specific jurisdictions all in reference to the pending Senate Bill 10 which would essentially abolish cash bail and replace it with pretrial risk assessment.

6 MINSEP 4
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Concerns Over Bail Reform

Temecula Reports Record Job Growth

Temecula reported the highest job growth numbers ever recorded in Temecula with a total of 62,057 jobs, up nearly 4,000 jobs since 2017. Temecula Mayor Pro Tem James “Stew” Stewart came on the program to discuss how Temecula’s job numbers are creating a positive impact for Southwest Riverside County. Temecula accounts for roughly 40% of all jobs in Southwest Riverside County, making it the job center of the region. According to Stewart the City of Temecula is very proactive and hands-on in fostering opportunities for business development and growth.

11 MINAUG 28
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Temecula Reports Record Job Growth

Smokey Bear's 75th Anniversary

Smokey Bear, one of the most well-known icons in advertising history, is celebrating his 75th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Smokey is starring in a new round of public service advertisements (PSAs) to further his famous message, “Only You Can Prevent Wildfires.” Nearly 9 out of 10 wildfires nationwide are caused by people. Mark Thibideau, Acting Fire Information Officer, U.S. Forest Service came on the program to talk about the new Smokey Bear Wildfire Prevention Campaign.

6 MINAUG 28
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Smokey Bear's 75th Anniversary

Predictive Scheduling Laws Impact Business

Employers in San Francisco, Los Angeles and other U.S. cities in recent months have been adjusting to fair scheduling laws sometimes referred to as “predictive” or “predictable” scheduling. The laws can prove costly for businesses making last-minute scheduling changes to ensure there are enough employees on stand-by to cover shifts. According to Ari Hersher an employment lawyer and partner in the San Francisco office of law firm Seyfarth Shaw “these are well-intentioned laws; however, there have been unintended negative consequences for the business community.”

14 MINAUG 28
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Predictive Scheduling Laws Impact Business

Latest Episodes

Challenges and Opportunities To End The HIV Epidemic

There are an estimated 1.1 million people living with HIV in the United States. The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) set out to explore the challenges and opportunities to end the HIV epidemic from the vantage point of local health care providers and health agencies in eight diverse jurisdictions across the country. Anand Parekh Chief Medical Adviser for the Bipartisan Policy Center came on the program to talk about how America’s HIV epidemic has evolved over the years to become highly heterogeneous across not only populations, but geographically.

12 MIN6 days ago
Comments
Challenges and Opportunities To End The HIV Epidemic

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Lead is toxic to everyone, but unborn babies and young children (6 months to 3 years) are at greatest risk for health problems from lead poisoning. Young children absorb lead more easily than older kids and adults, and lead is more harmful to them. Linda Overton from Riverside University Health System Public Health’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program came on the show to talk about October’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.

9 MIN6 days ago
Comments
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Hackers Target "Smart Home" Systems

Millions of people worldwide are making their homes and businesses “smarter” — but not necessarily safer. Being able to remotely manage door locks, security cameras, and appliances through internet-connected devices has resulted in the smart home frenzy, but the downside of security breaches can be devastating. Eduardo Campos is a cybersecurity expert. He spent 13 years at Microsoft, first as a cybersecurity advisor, then leading innovative projects at the highest levels of government. He came on the program to discuss how to keep your data safe from hackers.

8 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Hackers Target "Smart Home" Systems

Rev Up Your Midlife Metabolism

Danna Demetre is a Registered Nurse, an author, speaker and co-founder of Lean Healthy Ageless. Robyn Thomson, an advanced clinical weight loss practitioner and co-founder of Lean Healthy Ageless, has worked with cutting-edge nutritional companies and received training from some of the top doctors and scientists in the industry. Together they have written a book called Eat, Live, Thrive Diet: A Lifestyle Plan to Rev Up Your Midlife Metabolism.

17 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Rev Up Your Midlife Metabolism

Vets Get Help From Real Warriors Campaign

September is Suicide Prevention Month, and the Real Warriors Campaign is asking that service members, veterans and family members learn the warning signs of common psychological health concerns, and reach out for help from loved ones and health care providers. Lieutenant Commander Evette Pinder (USPHS) is the Action Officer for the Real Warriors Campaign. She came on the program to talk about how the campaign links service members, veterans and their families with care and provides free, confidential resources including online articles, print materials, videos and podcasts.

6 MINSEP 4
Comments
Vets Get Help From Real Warriors Campaign

Support Sisterz "Combat Cancer Walk"

“Support Sisterz” is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization comprised of breast cancer survivors who have a passion to empower women fighting the same battle. Support Sisterz assists breast cancer patients by helping them with bills, special clothing, transportation and support. Andrianna Showalter and Candy Leach from Support Sisterz came on the program to talk about their 4th annual “Combat Cancer Walk 2019” 5K walk at Norco College October 19th. All members of Support Sisterz are volunteers and all the funds raised go directly to help breast cancer patients

11 MINSEP 4
Comments
Support Sisterz "Combat Cancer Walk"

Concerns Over Bail Reform

Bail reform has become a popular social justice cause in recent years. However, twenty-seven top researchers from Harvard, Princeton, MIT, Columbia, NYU and UC Berkeley jointly issued a scathing criticism of pretrial risk assessments tools which use an algorithms key to determine which offenders are eligible for bail. Jeffrey Clayton, Executive Director of the American Bail Coalition, a trade organization committed to developing the most efficient means for the pretrial release of criminal defendants, came on the program to discuss the latest developments with bail reform. Clayton explained how the 27 researchers sent individual letters to three specific jurisdictions all in reference to the pending Senate Bill 10 which would essentially abolish cash bail and replace it with pretrial risk assessment.

6 MINSEP 4
Comments
Concerns Over Bail Reform

Temecula Reports Record Job Growth

Temecula reported the highest job growth numbers ever recorded in Temecula with a total of 62,057 jobs, up nearly 4,000 jobs since 2017. Temecula Mayor Pro Tem James “Stew” Stewart came on the program to discuss how Temecula’s job numbers are creating a positive impact for Southwest Riverside County. Temecula accounts for roughly 40% of all jobs in Southwest Riverside County, making it the job center of the region. According to Stewart the City of Temecula is very proactive and hands-on in fostering opportunities for business development and growth.

11 MINAUG 28
Comments
Temecula Reports Record Job Growth

Smokey Bear's 75th Anniversary

Smokey Bear, one of the most well-known icons in advertising history, is celebrating his 75th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Smokey is starring in a new round of public service advertisements (PSAs) to further his famous message, “Only You Can Prevent Wildfires.” Nearly 9 out of 10 wildfires nationwide are caused by people. Mark Thibideau, Acting Fire Information Officer, U.S. Forest Service came on the program to talk about the new Smokey Bear Wildfire Prevention Campaign.

6 MINAUG 28
Comments
Smokey Bear's 75th Anniversary

Predictive Scheduling Laws Impact Business

Employers in San Francisco, Los Angeles and other U.S. cities in recent months have been adjusting to fair scheduling laws sometimes referred to as “predictive” or “predictable” scheduling. The laws can prove costly for businesses making last-minute scheduling changes to ensure there are enough employees on stand-by to cover shifts. According to Ari Hersher an employment lawyer and partner in the San Francisco office of law firm Seyfarth Shaw “these are well-intentioned laws; however, there have been unintended negative consequences for the business community.”

14 MINAUG 28
Comments
Predictive Scheduling Laws Impact Business