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Dr. Laurie Nadell discusses the sixth sense & dealing with catastrophic loss
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with Dr. Laurie Nadell about her work as a specialist dealing with stress, anxiety and trauma as a result of catastrophic loss. Also, Dr. Nadell examines the sixth sense - where it comes from and what it means. 4/12/2018 - B
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Frank Joseph discusses ancient and modern mysteries and "Power Places"
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with Author Frank Joseph about his book Power Places that examines some of the world's most interesting and intriguing places. 3/6/2018 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Kansas lawmakers continue work on school financing
significant percentage of minority students aren't proficient in reading and math. Wash says such problems help create a cycle of poverty . Wash is the father of a 9-year-old daughter. --- Attorneys for four Kansas school districts that are suing the state
Youth agency merger goes smoothly, pays dividends
serving young people with problems that range from education, to foster care and behavioral health is a big job, because often poverty is a key factor, said Rob Whitten, Cornerstones spokesman. "The prevention work we can do to make sure that young families
Committee vote could doom Kansas Medicaid expansion this year
be considered later this year. Expanding Medicaid would give coverage to people who earn up to 133 percent of the federal poverty level. It has support from health care advocates, providers, business groups and patients. Conservative think tanks and
Long in decline, St. Louis economy may be turning around
ventures linked to the city's universities and medical institutions. Unclear, though, is how much the improving business climate will help the city's minority community, where 36 percent of black residents live below the poverty line.
After accreditation, more work left to do, say KCPS officials
influences students face when they are out of the classroom, Fierro said. "We're dealing with a multitude of issues, from poverty , domestic violence, et cetera," Fierro said, adding that other problems include high levels of unemployment and language