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DDP Yoga to Improve Health

Circle of Insight March 24, 2017 121 No Comments

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Join as we explore DDP Yoga and health with Diamond Dallas Page. Former Professional wrestling champion Diamond Dallas Page originally developed DDP YOGA for athletes like himself who had suffered years of injuries due to high impact sports. For the first 42 years of his life, Dallas was a guy who “wouldn’t

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Psychology of Decision Making

Circle of Insight March 21, 2017 362 No Comments

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Dr. Menke breaks down the psychology of decision making and why we choose certain decisions over others! How do we make the right decision? and more importantly, how do we KNOW that it’s the RIGHT decision? Susan is a Behavioral Economist in Chicago Illinois. She studied the decision-making processes of stock mar

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How Opiates/Opioids Work in the Brain

Circle of Insight March 20, 2017 116 No Comments

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Opiates work in the brain and body by numbing the central nervous system in the body as well as the mind to help a person ignore pain caused by injury. Opiates cause a sense of relaxation and euphoria as well as putting the body to sleep, making it’s only too easy for certain people to Read More

Interview With Bree Olson About Empowering Women

Circle of Insight March 16, 2017 184 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as he talks with Bree Olson about today’s woman. Bree is an actress and producer. She is currently working on her web series Bree DOES Comedy. Bree has transitioned from being a former adult film star to becoming a mainstream actress. Since leaving the industry, she has become vocally critical of

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Weapons in Iraq, NASA and STEM Programs in America

Circle of Insight March 6, 2017 50 No Comments

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Join Carlos as he explores Bush was right, there were WMD’s? Does STEM matter? and The latest at NASA with Ratnesh Dwivedi from India. He’s an Associate Professor of Broadcast Journalism and Political Communication at India Today Media Institute, India Today Group,on-lineJournalist and Media academician. He

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Strange Partnerships in the Middle East

Circle of Insight March 6, 2017 50 No Comments

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Join us as we explore the complex relations in the Middle East with Dr. Stock. Raymond Stock is an American academic, writer and translator. He has an MA in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Michigan and a PhD in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations from the University of Pennsylvania Stock moved to Cai

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The Psychology of Israeli Policy Making

Circle of Insight March 6, 2017 59 No Comments

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Join Carlos as he explores the psychology of Israel policy making with Dr. Freilich. Dr. Freilich a former deputy national security advisor to the State of Israel details the history and, in many cases, the chronic inadequacies in the making of Israeli national security policy. Chuck Freilich identifies profound, ongoi

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Inside a Maximum Security Prison

Circle of Insight March 6, 2017 48 No Comments

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Maximum security prisons house the longest sentence and violent crime inmates. 15% of the inmates are diagnosed psychiatric patients, serious mental health condition that require medication, the system is not very good at providing mental health care. Patients that come in are put in environment that would involve the

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Corruption in the Prison System

Circle of Insight March 6, 2017 97 No Comments

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Politicians often avoid talking about reforming prison system because it’s a polarized issue. Most people are happy that the prison is there as retribution and punishment instead of rehabilitation. Unfortunately, this system creates monsters that would eventually end up at your doors. Most prisons eventually gets

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Organ Harvesting in China

Circle of Insight March 6, 2017 39 No Comments

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Join Carlos Vazquez as explores organ harvesting in China with David Kilgour. David Kilgour graduated from the University of Manitoba with a B.A. in Economics, and received his L.L.B from the University of Toronto in 1966. From 1972 to 1979, he served as a senior agent of the Attorney General and a constitutional advis

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