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  • Dr. Chris Shade, an expert in the environmental and analytical chemistries of mercury, about how we get exposed to mercury, the affect it can have on our bodies, what determines sensitivity to mercury, and the right (and wrong) way to test for mercury toxicity.

    Health Notes Airs on Mondays 6:30-7:30PM

  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 as they talk with Olympic champion Billy Mills, President of Tiwahe Foundation Kelly Drummer, and  event MC David Cournoyer to talk about the upcoming Circle of Giving Event, December 1st at 6 pm at which Mills is the featured speaker. 

    Billy Mills was born and raised on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Although Pine Ridge is very rich in culture and spirit, it is continually recognized economically as one of the poorest communities in America with unemployment reaching 80%.

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  • Belly Fat Blues
    Getting rid of your belly bulge is important for more than just vanity’s sake. Excess abdominal fat—particularly visceral fat, the kind that surrounds your organs and puffs your stomach into a “beer gut“—is a predictor of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, and some cancers. If diet and exercise haven’t done much to reduce your pooch, then your hormones, your age, and other genetic factors may be the reason why.
    Health Notes airs on Mondays 6:30 -7:30PM

  • Seven members of the Minnesota 8. Bill Tilton is in the back row, second in from the left.

    Front row (from left) are Chuck Turchick, Mike Therriault (with book), Brad Beneke (head turned) and Don Olson. Back row (from left): Pete Simmons, Bill Tilton and Frank Kroncke. Missing: Cliff Ulen.

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  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor on Wednesday November 23, 2016 for a discussion of the 2016 presidential election with Mohawk radio host John Kane. We’ll continue the conversation from last week with John’s perspectives on how the election went over on some of the NY reservations. We’ll also check in on Standing Rock and hear what John’s guests are saying about the water protectors.
     
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  • Jamila Anderson is a Twin Cities area performer who has been acting on local stages for sixteen years.  Like every other actor, she has learned her lines and played the roles assigned to her.  

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  • Do you feel that little itch behind your left ear? Do you think it could be … do you have lice? 

  • Café Scientifique, the Bell Museum of Natural History’s monthly series of happy hour talks at the Bryant Lake Bowl continues on Tuesday, November 15 with an important question: “What should a clever moose eat?”

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