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bloomingOUT – October 24, 2013

Bloomington North High School Counselor Greg Chaffin discusses the additional hardships and academic stressors faced by LGBTQIA teens as a result of bullying and discrimination on a new edition of Youth in Peril. Helen highlights October as pride month on an edition of Queer Herstory.  Founder and President of Indiana Transgender Wellness Alliance and Cummins engineer talks about transitioning on …

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EcoReport – Rebecca Barthelmie: Atmospheric Science and Sustainability

In today’s EcoReport feature, Rebecca Barthelmie, IU professor of Atmospheric Science and Sustainability, talks about Climate Change from a local perspective.

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EcoReport – October 24, 2013

In today’s EcoReport feature, Rebecca Barthelmie, IU professor of Atmospheric Science and Sustainability, talks about Climate Change from a local perspective. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships with nature and the …

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Standing Room Only – How Old Are You Anyway?: Health and Aging

On Thursday September 26, 2013 IU Health hosted an evidence based seminar on Aging. The talk was broad-ranging, covering topics of longevity, genetics, the health vs. life distinction and much more. Dr. Lee Mckinley, and internist from Bloomington, led the discussion. The event was recorded on location at the Monroe County Convention Center, by WFHB correspondents for Standing Room Only, …

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My Health Matters – Affordable Care Act Kick-Off Event Part Two

Segment II of the Affordable Kickoff Event that took place October 15th,2013 : General information about the Affordable Care Act, the new health insurance law, presented at the Monroe County Public Library. Representatives from the City of Bloomington, IU Health, and the Affordable Care Act Volunteers of Monroe County gave presentations to the general public.

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Bring It On! – October 21, 2013

Bev Smith and Cornelius Wright welcome Vincent Isom, director of the Atkins LLC; and students Shanika Daniels, Christina Slaughter and Marlon Williams. PART ONE A group of Indiana University students, with the Thomas I. Atkins Living Learning Center, have been studying African-American’s buried in Southern Indiana cemeteries. The bulk of their research has centered upon the black settlers who lived …

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Hola Bloomington – October 18, 2013

Hostess Maria Auxiliadora Viloria and Ramón Tristani interview Kimberly Carballo and Yuriria Rodriguez members of the ROK (Roundabout opera for Kids) and talk about their work at the ROK, their plays, the actors, the opera and their music. Also, we introduce a new segment called “En la cocina con Emma” where Emma McDonell introduces herself and her new segment about …

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bloomingOUT – October 17, 2013

Assistant Professor in IUB School of Public Health Beth Meyerson and PhD nursing student in clinical science and part-time faculty member at IUB School of Nursing Greg Carter discuss issues around coming out to one’s health provider as well as their planned research focusing on LGBT health disclosure. Michael is joined by IU School of Public Health researcher Deborah Herbenick …

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EcoReport – Bloomington Food Policy Council

In today’s EcoReport feature, Members of the Bloomington Food Policy Council talk about their proposal to include ambitious local food production goals in the city’s Imagine Bloomington urban growth vision.

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EcoReport – October 17, 2013

In today’s EcoReport feature, Members of the Bloomington Food Policy Council talk about their proposal to include ambitious local food production goals in the city’s Imagine Bloomington urban growth vision. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster …

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