Theresa Mitchell with the "news you're not supposed to know." She talks about her own recent experiences with swine flu and pneumonia, and the curious lack of corporate media interest in this mysterious killer. Also, is there an Israeli connection to the Nigerian plane bomber? And what about Israeli trafficking in Palestinian body parts? Corporate personhood challenged in Humboldt County--can we do it here? And more! Visit Theresa's blog at: http://kboo.fm/node/18638
Host Dr. David Naimon speaks with Dr. Peter D'Adamo, author of "Eat Right for Your Type." They discuss his latest book, "Change Your Genetic Destiny." Why do you tend to gain or lose weight? What diseases are you particularly susceptible to? How do you react to stress? What is the precise diet and lifestyle plan that is right for you? Tune in for a discussion of these questions and more.
Looking beyond the rhetoric: the arguments for (and against) Measures 66 & 67
On January 26, Oregonians will be asked to decide how the latest chapter in the state's long-running tax wars will turn out. Opponents of two tax increases approved by the legislature in 2009 succeeded in collecting enough signatures for a referendum on what are now Measures 66 and 67. The former would raise the state income tax rate on those earning more than $125,000 per year while the latter would increase the minimum corporate tax. Supporters of the measures say vital public services are at stake.
KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR WEDNESDAY January 6th 2010
This is Paula, in for Crystal & Steve, with the KBOO Community Calendar for Wednesday, January 6th 2010
Food Not Bombs serves free vegan communal food every Wednesday at 5.30pm at Col Summer's Park (SE 17th and Taylor). For the latest updates on the winter hotline for assistance in shelter, food and clothing dial 211.<?xml:namespace prefix = o /><
Today's guests are Kyle Bell McAvoy, NP, and Candace Burch, MA, from Menopausibilities, a Women's Health Work Center that centers on helping women in midlife pause and consider the possibilities for reinvention, rediscovery, and renewal by restoring hormonal health and balance in their lives.
A look at the best and worst of the year and decade in Portland
A look back at the best and the worst of the year and decade.
A 12-year-old girl shot by police with a beanbag, failed attempt to recall the mayor, new community journalism, solving Portland's gang problem, race and recession...these are just some of the issues Voices from the Edge covered during 2009. This week well be taking a look back the lows and highs in the Rose City the last 12 months as well as memorable moments earlier in the decade: remember Police Chief Mark Kroeker, Mayor Katz's River Renaissance, or Columbia Villa?
For over a decade, Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) has been in the center of a controversy about genetic engineering, food safety, and animal health. Join us in a discussion with Rick North, from Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility, as we examine the good and bad sides of rBGH.