Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Wednesday Feb 10, 2010

Dr. Luisa Dillner  "Guardian"  column "Love by Numbers"
has sifted through it to give you the facts about flirting, dating, marrying, cheating and much more. Find out how you can uncover love by the numbers!  In the straight-forward and humorous tone of "He's Just Not That Into You," but with the facts and figures to back up her advice, Dr. Luisa Dillner's YOU CAN COUNT ON CUPID: UNCOVERING LOVE BY THE NUMBERS, FROM THE FIRST DATE, TO THE SEVEN-YEAR ITCH, TO FOREVER AFTER"  gives balanced and informed answers to everyday questions about flirting, dating, marrying, cheating, and much more!!   Using the results of extensive fieldwork from psychology and sociology journals, government reports, and think tanks, she answers questions from her readers, revealing how these numbers can help you love smarter and move past or through the difficulties of each stage of a relationship. She tackles perennial matters of the heart, such as:
 ... POSTINGS OF PEOPLE WHO CHEATWhich pickup lines work the best?

Do gentlemen really prefer blondes?
Is Internet dating a good way to meet someone?
If your parents divorced, are you likely to as well?
Are interoffice relationships doomed to fail?
Are women just as likely as men to cheat?
Will couples always argue in the car?
What usually happens to couples when their children leave home?*
Dr. Luisa Dillner wrote the popular "Love by Numbers" for London's Guardian newspaper and Website. A medical doctor and publishing director at the British Medical Journal Publishing Group, she has also written for Cosmopolitan, Vogue, and Elle. She lives in London.
Olympic gold medalist Henry Cejudo "AMERICAN VICTORY"
 He will be on tour in LA next week doing several book events. In a few weeks, Olympic fever will take over as the Winter Games in Vancouver commence and it's impossible to
By Henry Cejudo's count ...
forget the 2008 Bejing Olympic success story that inspired us and proved that the American Dream is still alive and well. AMERICAN VICTORY is the powerful memoir of a young, dynamic son of illegal Mexican immigrants, who against all odds and expectations went on to dominate in Beijing. Not only was Henry the first American in 16 years to win the gold in freestyle wrestling, but he was the youngest American to ever do so. Growing up in the junkyards and shacks of LA, Las Cruces and Phoenix , Henry never had his own bed and would often have to share a pillow with one of his six siblings. Raised by a single mother, it was Henry's brothers and sisters who taught him “to laugh, to love and, most of all,  The grit, passion, and resolve it took to get him to the Olympics was the culmination of a life spent fighting both on and off the mat. After winning the gold, the photo of Henry wrapped in the American flag became iconic and he made national headlines. The Los Angeles Times has recently said, "American Victory" represents a triumph of the human spirit. Cejudo is the latest in a long line of unlikely heroes to emerge from harsh circumstances and succeed at the Olympics.
HE WILL BE DISCUSSING WHAT MEDICARE CUTS COULD MEAN FOR THE SENIORS AND MILITARY FAMILIES IN THE UNITED STATES.  HEALTH CRISIS LOOMING MARCH 1 FOR SENIORS & MILITARY FAMILIES  American Medical Association President Calls on Senators Nelson and Lemieux to Permanently Fix the Medicare Cuts Problem Before 21 Percent Cut Begins March 1.  Unless the Senate acts, on March 1 seniors and military families will have reduced access to health care and choice of physician because of a steep Medicare physician payment cut of 21 percent. The U.S. Senate has less than three weeks left to act before the cut begins. Already, about one in four Medicare patients looking for a new primary care physician have trouble finding one and this year' cut will make the problem much worse. AMA and AARP are calling on the Senate to repeal the broken formula that projects the cuts to preserve the physician foundation of Medicare for current and future seniors. The baby boomers begin turning 65 next year and the formula must be fixed once and for all to preserve the physician foundation of Medicare for current and future seniors. President of the American Medical Association J. James Rohack, M.D. is a cardiologist practicing in Texas. In 2009 he was voted No. 20 in the 50 Most Powerful Physician Executives in Healthcare by the readers of Modern Healthcare and Modern Physician magazines. Possible interview questions:
American Medical Association ... What will the impact of a 21 percent cut be on seniors and military families?

Why should baby boomers be concerned?
What can Congress do for the overall health reform debate?
Why can't they just pass another short-term fix 
How can our viewers/listeners help?
JEFF PROBST - "Survivor"
You've seen him on Survivor and he's a regular fill-in host for Regis. Now Jeff Probst -- the king of adventure reality TV -- hopes to to inspire your viewers to plan adventures with their pets! It's been said that you can't go wrong with a story about animals and babies!  JEFF PROBST is best known as the Emmy Award-Winning star host of 19 phenomenally successful installments of SURVIVOR. What people don't know about the charismatic star is that he's also an animal lover who enjoys taking his pets on many of his exotic adventures. On Feb 10th, Probst is teaming with Purina Pro Plan's Doing More For Pets program to provide helpful advice about ways to care for your four-legged friends in everyday situations. He'll also have some interesting insight into the success of SURVIVOR.

Did Probst Cross the Line ...
Hiking & camping with man's best friend
ROAD TIME - Driving with your dog beside you
MORNING VITALITY - Jogging with your precious pooch
SOCIAL SECURITY - Taking your pet to a dog park
Probst is also a regular fill-in host for Regis Philbin on "Live with Regis and Kelly," started a non-profit organization that helps young adults transition out of foster care,  a spokesperson or St Jude Children's  Hospital and is an ordained minister who has performed weddings.


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