Artists as catalysts for positive social change, how to honor and celebrate human dignity, the beauty of the hand-made ... all of this, and so much more with Jeff Snell, CEO of the International Folk Art Market.
Science journalist, MIT mathematician, and ME/CFS sufferer Julie Rehmeyer talks in-depth about her journey through this hidden disease.
The politics of medicine, how to deal with a disease that has little/no scientific agreement, ways to maintain balance -- even happiness -- during extreme challenges, and her brand-new book Through the Shadowlands: A Science Writer’s Odyssey into an Illness Science Doesn’t Understand, are all discussed in this deep conversation.
Science journalist Julie Rehmeyer returns for a very personal show on her journey through ME/CFS (myalgic encephalopathy/chronic fatigue syndrome).
Julie's brand-new book, Through the Shadowlands: A Science Writer’s Odyssey into an Illness Science Doesn’t Understand, is explored in-depth during this week's show.
Be sure and listen to Part II (next week), when we discuss the politics of medicine, how to deal with a disease that has little/no scientific agreement, and ways to maintain balance -- even happiness -- during extreme challenges.
Mindfulness -- such a powerful force for positive change! Come listen to what can happen when teenagers start learning how to navigate their inner worlds. Fresh, fascinating talk with John Braman, staff member at iBme and co-founder of Rio Grande Mindfulness Institute; and Hannah Carroll, Lewis & Clark College student, recent participant and now mentor in the iBme retreat programs.
It's true ... everything you ever wanted to know about electronic dance music. And healing. With 16-year-old expert Jasper Lipscomb. It's fun, the music will have you dancing in your chair, and you just might feel a little bit better.
Come join us for this light-hearted show.