The topic of health risks associated with chemical exposure and the recommendations for healthy living is a pressing issue in today’s world. Dr. Fred Harvey, a renowned health expert, brings to light the dangers of forever chemicals such as PFAS, criticizing the American government for prioritizing industry over human health and the environment. He also emphasizes the role of toxicity in obesity and suggests managing weight by addressing toxicity. His perspective is shaped by his extensive experience in the field and his belief in the importance of overall well-being and energy levels, which he believes can be enhanced by tools like Lifewave patches. Join us on this episode of the Healthy Steps Radio Show podcast as we delve deeper into this topic with Dr. Fred Harvey.
An appeals court has put on hold a battle about a Florida law restricting instruction about gender identity and sexual orientation.
Listen: A new report shows the disproportionate impact Hurricane Ian had on Florida’s rural agricultural areas. Florida’s rural counties are home to 6 percent of the state’s population, which is 1.3 million residents. And after Hurricane Ian brought unprecedented damage to Florida last year, rural Florida counties that rely on agriculture suffered. A new report… Read more »
A new survey of higher education faculty members in four states including Florida found concerns about the climate of higher ed in Florida.
An analysis of the political terror across the spectrum. Republicans threaten AIDS/HIV funding to the world’s poor because of possible abortion funding. note: The program, known as the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, or PEPFAR, partners with nonprofit groups to provide HIV/AIDS medication to millions around the world. It strengthens local and national… Read more »
Florida Automated Vehicles Summit The Florida Automated Vehicles Summit took place in Downtown Tampa last week. The conference is a look ahead to the future of transportation. The future of abortion The Florida Supreme Court heard oral arguments Friday in a case that will likely determine the future of access to abortion. … Read more »
Both sides in a battle over a congressional redistricting plan asked an appeals court to fast-track the case to the Florida Supreme Court.
The Group of 20 most industrialized nations added the entire African Union as it’s newest member. Yasin Aquil, CEO of Global Business Integratation and son of late local entrepreneur Hakim Aquil, visits the forum to talk cultural and business opportunities on the continent. An analysis of the global south and it’s relationship with the powers… Read more »
In a typical Atlantic Ocean hurricane season, from late August to mid-September is the busiest time for tropical storms and hurricanes.
Norman Solomon – War made Invisible: How America Hides The Human Toll Of Its Military Machine More than twenty years ago, 9/11 and the war in Afghanistan set into motion a hugely consequential shift in America’s foreign policy: a perpetual state of war that is almost entirely invisible to the American public. War Made Invisible,… Read more »
Florida Supreme Court on Friday heard arguments in a constitutional challenge to a state law that prevented abortions after 15 weeks.
Listen: The Florida Automated Vehicles Summit took place in Downtown Tampa, and it’s a look ahead to the future of transportation. The conference highlights how Florida can implement automated and electric vehicles. Vendors from across the nation came together to showcase their transportation technology. Dave Miller represents Yunex Traffic, a mobility company. It’s focused… Read more »
Health care could be a key issue during the 2024 Florida Legislative session; House Select Committee on Health Innovation is created.
A joint House and Senate committee freed up $335,000 for a headquarters facility for a Florida National Guard program targeting illegal drugs.
A state investigation into “anomalies” in Florida Atlantic University’s search for a new president has been delayed.
Arts Council funding The Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners rejected a proposal to defund the Arts Council. The ruling is a win for local arts and culture groups that benefit from the county’s funding. Education laws cause shake-up There are about 30 new laws that now affect public colleges and universities causing quite a… Read more »
The Florida Commission on Ethics ended a case against former Sen. Jack Latvala, who left office amid sexual harassment allegations.
This morning on WMNF-Tampa 88.5-FM, public affairs program The Skinny welcomes Tampa Bay Times reporter Shauna Muckle, who published a story about equity for Florida’s Black farmers who—after the passage of HB 387—were granted licenses to enter the field of medical marijuana cultivation. In the second half of the show, The Skinny is joined by… Read more »
The Escambia County School Board asked to move a lawsuit about access in school libraries to the children’s book “And Tango Makes Three.”
Walt Disney Parks filed a narrowed lawsuit alleging its First Amendment rights were violated by Florida for voicing opposition to a 2022 law.