Pet Nutrition Myth Busters: How to Select the Best Food for Your Pet

Pet Nutrition Myth Busters: How to Select the Best Food for Your Pet

Thank you for joining us today I’m Lisa Freeman I’m a professor of nutrition at the Cumming School of Veterinary Medicine and I’m a board certified veterinary nutritionist I teach nutrition to veterinary students practicing veterinarians and pet owners and I also do research and care for patients in our Hospital and I think one […]

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Bill Nye on NASA, Space Exploration, and Mars

Bill Nye on NASA, Space Exploration, and Mars

Bill Nye: Well, talking some more about me, I’m the CEO of The Planetary Society so what I have encouraged the staff to do is focus on our mission. Our mission is exploring the planets, to know the cosmos and our place within it, empowering citizens of the world to be space explorers. So by […]

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Can McDonald’s Become Fine Dining? | The Happy Meal

Can McDonald’s Become Fine Dining? | The Happy Meal

Fast food America loves it, I love it. And most people’s first introduction to it is the Happy Meal. You know, you’re four years old, you’re driving by those golden arches and suddenly you can buy a box with a smile on it, that comes with a toy? It’s genius. Today, I’m accepting the challenge […]

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E3 Alliance Education Profile Examines Dropout Rates

E3 Alliance Education Profile Examines Dropout Rates

Last night during PBS NewsHour we introduced you to the E3 Alliance’s Central Texas Education Profile – an annual report of educational data. Shawn Thomas, Director of Policy and Research told us one of the interesting findings this year dealt with graduation rates. For the last decade, we’ve seen that our grad rates for low […]

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How To Conquer Depression Through Diet | Dr. Drew Ramsey

How To Conquer Depression Through Diet | Dr. Drew Ramsey

For about ten years we’ve had very strong correlational data showing that, for example, when you eat poorly your risk of depression and illnesses like depression just go up 70/80 percent. And when you eat a more traditional diet like a Mediterranean diet or Japanese diet your risk of an illness like depression can go […]

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