Tuesday, May 10, 2011

400-408 – • USA Today (5/10/2011) After 25 years, Schwarzenegger and Shriver call it quits.

• MSNBC (4/30/2011) Christian Crisis?  Some prominent Christian leaders are raising concerns over the high rate of divorce among people who identify themselves as Evangelical Christians.  A new study at the University of Washington shows the divorce rate among Evangelicals is 43 percent. That is higher than the national average and it is no better than the rate for non believers.

•• Keith Ablow (Fox, 5/6/2011) Cameron Diaz Is Right -- 4 Reasons Why Marriage IS a Dying Institution.  "America's Psychiatrist" ends his column with this paragraph,

// It's only a matter of time now. Marriage will fade away. We should be thinking about what might replace it. We should come up with something that improves the quality of our lives and those of our children. And we should keep government out of it, if we know what's good for us.

• Albert Mohler (5/9/2011) Killing Off Marriage? Dr. Ablow Reports — You Decide.  Marriage is so essential to human happiness and to the organization of human society that it simply cannot be ignored or denied.

413-423 – Bob Lepine, Vice President of Family Life (, 1-800-FL-TODAY), heard weekdays at 830am, invites couples to their upcoming Weekends To Remember:  May 13-15th Irvine Hyatt Regency;  May 20-22nd Ventura Beach Marriott;  June 3-5th Visalia Marriott;  June 10-12th Ontario Double Tree; and June 24-26th Pasadena Hilton.

428-437 – Bob Lepine,

443-452 – Bob Lepine,

458-508 – Calls – Why are so many of us feeling drowsy today?  Is it some combination of temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, moon cycles, etc.?  Is it allergies?  Is there any truth to "sleepy" weather?  Mid-60's with warm sunshine always seems to do this to me.  Nutritionists, is there such a thing as a "seasonal diet" where we should eat more or less of certain foods?  Do any of you have Seasonal Affective Disorder, do you do the light therapy to deal with it?  What's your advice to others?  A "Black Eye" from Starbuck's? :)  Is there any ethnic wisdom to eating seasonally (i.e., what was your grandma's advice?)

Dr. Harvey Donald Cohen, is an Internist and Geriatric Medicine Specialist in Rancho Cucamonga, and our Pastore family doctor (909-987-2528).  Harvey's won the prestigious Patient's Choice Award for the past two years, an honor bestowed upon medical professionals by patients themselves.  He's a member of several medical associations, including the American Geriatric Society, the American Thyroid Association, and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.  He's fluent in English, Dutch, French, Hebrew, Spanish, and Yiddish.

• World's Healthiest Foods, Healthy Eating with the Seasons.

• WEBMD, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

512-523 – Calls – Dr. Claude Matar, a nutritionist from Pasadena Weight Loss Clinic calls in.

528-539 – Calls

544-554 – Calls

558-608 – Dr. Michael Brown, host of the nationally-syndicated radio show Line of Fire, and author of A Queer Thing Happened to America (,, about the homosexual agenda in America.

612-623 – Dr. Michael Brown,

628-639 – Dr. Michael Brown,

644-655 – • Telegraph (5/10/2011) Italians evacuate Rome over 'big one' fears.  Italians will on Wednesday flee Rome over fears a giant earthquake is coming following a seismologist's 1915 prediction that "the big one" will strike on May 11, 2011.  And we've got Harold Camping's May 21, 2011 hysteria going on.

• CBS Detroit (5/10/2011) Crack Pipes Often Disguised As Novelty Items At Stores.

• CBS Detroit (5/4/2011) Report: Nearly Half Of Detroiters Can't Read.

• Fox News (5/9/2011) Chinese Twins Born in Single Body With 2 Heads.

• Fox News (5/10/2011) 3 Accused in Florida Evil Spirit Cleansing Scam.

• LAT (5/10/2011) L.A. district plans shakeup at Huntington Park High.  By July, officials, spurred by board member Yolie Flores, are expected to replace at least half the teachers at the campus. About 5% of the school's students tested as 'proficient' or better in math last year; about 24% tested as 'proficient' or better in English. Teachers call the measures counterproductive.