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In 1998, author Paul Huljich was diagnosed by psychiatrists as suffering from Bipolar Disorder, also known as manic depression.

There is a need for programs like Better & Better. Positive affirmations and visualizations can speed up healing and often are far superior to drugs. Elizabeth Hepburn will join Health Notes to talk about Valerie Harper’s (Rhoda) Brain Cancer and our need to send her our “light and love” instead of our fear.
Health Notes Airs Mondays – 6:30-7:30PM

This program will also feature Elizabeth Hepburn and international friends amazing “Pledge To Love”

The universe and the brain operate on the physical and metaphysical principles. Metaphysical principles are those that have always been there and always work, such as electricity. Man didn’t discover that, it was already there. But it is metaphysical in the sense that it doesn’t have weight or form, but it has affect.

The universe and the brain operate on the physical and metaphysical principles. Metaphysical principles are those that have always been there and always work, such as electricity. Man didn’t discover that, it was already there. But it is metaphysical in the sense that it doesn’t have weight or form, but it has affect.

Queer sports, queer takes & queer rights with Dixie Treichel, John Townsend & Jeremy Brezovan on Fresh Fruit Thursday May 20 from 7:30pm to 8:30pm

Guests

Blair Dempster, Matty Strickler, Joe Vollmar, Minneapolis Mayhem Rugby athletes
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Tune into Fresh Fruit on February 18th at 7:30 pm with Dixie Treichel & John Townsend to hear their Black History Month Special

but when all the exquisitely gowned women on the floor are men and a number of the smartest men are women, ah then, we have something over which to thrill and grow round-eyed.
reported the gossipy black weekly The Interstate Tattler (paper of the 1920’s)

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Health Notes will be turning the airwaves over to the young people of WE WIN Institute.

WE WIN Institute’s Theme for Black History Programming this year is From Africa to the America. It focuses on accomplishments of North, South and East Africa, the triangular slave trade, the hardships of slavery and the victory of African Americans in spite of the brutality.

On February 19th, 2009, KFAI celebrated Black History Month with a special day of Programing. If you missed any of these programs, you can now listen to all of the locally produced programs in the KFAI archives.

View All Black History Month 2009 programming from February 19th here:http://www.kfai.org/archive/02/19/2009

A quirky tradition at the St. Paul Winter Carnival is the Bouncing Team: Fourteen guys holding a round, canvas blanket rocket a young woman 30 feet into the air. She does an aerial gymnastic move.

Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and other great teachers were all born with a brain built essentially like anyone else’s.

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