Posts Tagged: whit

LUNG CANCER AND RADON

Guests:  Susan Smedley Gerber, Event Manager, Lung Cancer Research Foundation’s Free to Breathe Yoga Challenge;  Jessica Maloney, Indoor Air & Radon Program Manager, Wisconsin Dept. of Health Services January is National Radon Action Month.  Why is this important?  Radon is a naturally occurring, odorless, colorless, radioactive gas that is found in Wisconsin homes.  Long-term exposure… Read more »

THE STORY OF ONE CITY EARLY LEARNING CENTER STARTS AT THE BEGINNING

Guest:  Kaleem Caire, Founder, CEO/President, One City Early Learning Centers “To prepare young children from birth to age 5 for success in school and life, and ensure they enter grade school reading-ready” is the mission of One City Early Learning Centers.  Thanks to the efforts and persistence of “One City” founder, Kaleem Caire, and the… Read more »

THE GOOD HEALTH NEWS ABOUT OLIVE OIL

Guest:  Lori Hackman, owner of the Oilerie Sun Prairie The holidays are upon us, and bountiful food is central to the gatherings of family and friends as we celebrate the season. But we can make choices – healthy ones – and incorporate nutritious foods in creative ways in the dishes we serve. The Mediterranean diet… Read more »

THE FACTS ABOUT IMMIGRATION LAW AND DACA TODAY

Guest:  Attorney Glorily Lopez, U.S. immigration and nationality law, Murphy Desmond Law Firm As we continue to talk about immigration, it is more common to be confused on what the current law is than understand it. On this program, you will hear factual answers to questions all of us have on immigration law and particularly… Read more »

DEPLOYED TO DISASTERS: ON THE GROUND AS A RED CROSS VOLUNTEER

Guest:  Nancy Young, psychologist, Red Cross volunteer….. For 15 years, Nancy Young, a Madison psychologist, has been a Red Cross volunteer, ready on 24 hours notice to fly to the latest disaster area.  Over the years, she has crossed the United States, every time arriving to a scene of devastation – obvious in the crumbled… Read more »