Melissa Zeno is a former dance member of the Saintsations. She talks to Jim today about staying healthy despite age, by explaining the 43 essential nutrients necessary to live a healthy life. Find out more information about the essentials at www.yevo43.com.
Touch: The Science of Hand, Heart & Mind.
David J. Linden, Ph.D., is a professor in the Solomon H. Snyder Department of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His laboratory has worked for many years on the cellular substrates of memory storage, recovery of function following brain injury and a few other topics. Today he discusses the importance of touch in our lives and different cultures throughout the world while talking about his most recent book, Touch: The science of Hand, Heart & Mind.
Police Strikes shut down Mardi Gras in 1979
Former police officer Vincent Bruno talks about a series of police strikes that resulted in the cancellation of Mardi Gras in New Orleans 1979.
Edward Klein is a well-known editor, writer and public speaker with a distinguished career in American journalism. As editor in chief of The New York Times Magazine, he led this flagship publication of the Sunday Times to new heights of public interest and editorial excellence. During his editorship, The New York Times Magazine won the first Pulitzer Prize in its history. He discusses his views on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump along with his most recent book, Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary Clinton.
Jensen Moore completed her doctorate at the University of Missouri School of Journalism with specializations in strategic and health communication. She's an assistant professor of Mass Communication at LSU. She joins Jim today to discuss some of her favorite Superbowl advertisements that include former Louisiana State University football player, Odell Beckham Jr., and even talks about the halftime show with Beyonce and Coldplay.