KFAI's Content Advisory Committee will conduct an assessment of the station's complete schedule in 2017.  With almost 100 programs to consider, there is a lot to take in as we weigh possible variations for the station's 24/7 program grid.   You are invited to be part of the process!  

Turbulence isn't just something we experience when we're on airplanes, though that's often where we take the most notice of it. It can bring out anxiety in the most scientifically minded of us; did the plane just drop five inches? Because it felt like fifty feet!

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This past Sunday, January 1, the Vikings played the last game of their season in their new, billion-dollar stadium. Early in the game, two people climbed out on a roof truss and lowered themselves on ropes above the crowd.

Dr. Alicia Stanton explains the dietary, lifestyle, and environmental factors that contribute to hormone imbalances, what can be done to restore healthy hormone balance, and how to achieve greater overall health and wellness.
Women today are experiencing the effects of fluctuations in multiple hormones, in addition to those associated with child bearing, and most of these changes are triggered by factors outside the female reproductive organs. That’s what most physicians don’t understand. Dr. Alicia Stanton has a special interest in hormone balance and its effect on menopausal symptoms, weight gain, PMS, energy levels and stress. Her experience also translates well to manage her male patients and their hormonal issues, including low testosterone, adrenal fatigue and low libido.

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

IT’S SHOWTIME! IT’S YOUR TIME SO LETS SOAR HIGH
The world is undergoing an epochal shift. Humanity can move from surviving to thriving.
both personally and professionally…Mary Regnier
Health Notes airs Mondays 6:30-7:30PM

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

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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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?