July 22: Myra Frye (1:30); Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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Myra Frye helps T. Wayne the Builder as he builds across America. She’ll tell us about a recent building expedition that brought them from two different parts of the country. We’ll also deal with carpal tunnel syndrome among other topics.

July 23: Cutting out Food Assistance; Exercise and Sleep; Air Pollution vs Our Health

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Is it really a good idea to cut out food support to American families? Let’s look into it with open hearts. Then find out if exercise can help insomniacs and whether pollution is harmful to our health or not a factor at all.

July 24: The True Board (1pm); Sharn Vericella (1:30); Deanna Brown (2pm); Spiritual Perspectives

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The True Board helps us understand what can produce hatred in the home and how to overcome it. Then time for more Sports with Sharn Vericella. Deanna Brown is a fascinating lady who has spent time in the broadcasting and music industries, is currently an entrepreneur and overseer of the James Brown Family Children’s Foundation […]

July 25: Into the Future; Admired Companies

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Let’s journey into the future some more and find what it holds. Then let’s learn more about why some companies are so greatly admired.

July 26: The Power of the Minimum Wage; Duronda Pope (2pm)

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Find out more about what makes the minimum wage helpful to our nation. Then hear a very encouraging account of mentoring 6th graders. College is involved!