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Recent research suggests that what you snack on may reduce wrinkles – and more. A study from UC-Davis found that postmenopausal women who ate 2 ounces of almonds a day had a 16% reduction in wrinkle severity and a 20% reduction in uneven skin tone. A different study from UCLA looked at young Asian women who snacked on 1.5 ounces of almonds daily. It found an improvement in their skin’s resistance to UVB rays - the main source of skin damage from sun exposure. Shereen Pavlides, Best-Selling Cookbook Author and Food Influencer
and Dr. Naana Boayke, Board-Certified Dermatologist discuss.

What if the medicines you take stopped working? That’s a reality for a lot of people as superbugs are making medications ineffective. If you don’t believe this, speak to the parent whose child is dealing with their third ear infection in months and has tried multiple antibiotics. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – when germs like bacteria and fungi defeat the drugs designed to kill them – continues to be a public health threat, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Fred Tenover, VP for Scientific Affairs at Cepheid talks to Michelle about how we can do out part to prevent this from happening.

The gift giving season has officially begun! However, it can be quite the challenge to find the perfect gift for all the special people in our lives. From tools for the craft loving DIYer to appliances that will elevate the home entertainer’s next party, this season brings unique gadgets that are sure to delight their recipient. In this satellite interview, lifestyle expert Josh McBride shares his top picks on the hottest gadgets this holiday season!

Robin Hoover is the Executive Director of Yellowstone Country Montana Tourism Region. She and Michelle talk about the park, our trip and more importantly that the surrounding area and gateway towns are open and ready for business for tourists.

IBM established their Apprenticeship Program five years ago this month. The program provides an entry point into IBM for candidates with relevant skills who may not have a traditional four-year degree – this skills-first approach is part of the IBM “New Collar” initiative. The program is registered with the U.S. Department of Labor and allows apprentices to earn a paycheck while they build skills for various strategic roles.
Recent research suggests that what you snack on may reduce wrinkles – and more. A study from UC-Davis found that postmenopausal women who ate 2 ounces of almonds a day had a 16% reduction in wrinkle severity and a 20% reduction in uneven skin tone. A different study from UCLA looked at young Asian women who snacked on 1.5 ounces of almonds daily. It found an improvement in their skin’s resistance to UVB rays - the main source of skin damage from sun exposure. Shereen Pavlides, Best-Selling Cookbook Author and Food Influencer and Dr. Naana Boayke, Board-Certified Dermatologist discuss. What if the medicines you take stopped working? That’s a reality for a lot of people as superbugs are making medications ineffective. If you don’t believe this, speak to the parent whose child is dealing with their third ear infection in months and has tried multiple antibiotics. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – when germs like bacteria and fungi defeat the drugs designed to kill them – continues to be a public health threat, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Fred Tenover, VP for Scientific Affairs at Cepheid talks to Michelle about how we can do out part to prevent this from happening. The gift giving season has officially begun! However, it can be quite the challenge to find the perfect gift for all the special people in our lives. From tools for the craft loving DIYer to appliances that will elevate the home entertainer’s next party, this season brings unique gadgets that are sure to delight their recipient. In this satellite interview, lifestyle expert Josh McBride shares his top picks on the hottest gadgets this holiday season! Robin Hoover is the Executive Director of Yellowstone Country Montana Tourism Region. She and Michelle talk about the park, our trip and more importantly that the surrounding area and gateway towns are open and ready for business for tourists. IBM established their Apprenticeship Program five years ago this month. The program provides an entry point into IBM for candidates with relevant skills who may not have a traditional four-year degree – this skills-first approach is part of the IBM “New Collar” initiative. The program is registered with the U.S. Department of Labor and allows apprentices to earn a paycheck while they build skills for various strategic roles. read more read less

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