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David Yakir and Wayne Dillon Yak About Tech – Best Headphone Recommendations

David Yakir and Wayne Dillon Yak About Tech – Best Headphone Recommendations

March 28, 2017

David Yakir and Wayne Dillon Yak About Tech – Best Headphone Recommendations Since Wayne and I were going to get together in the studio, I thought we’d do some tech talk. Tried to answer some questions, but with the limits of time I only got as far as recommending Bluetooth headphones. Boy can we chit-chat. Next time we’ll be more focused. So here are the recommended headphones. Put a little focus on Chromebooks. I’m starting to recommend them to my wiser and more mature friends.   Best Sport Headphones for iPhone and Apple Watch by Mike Tanasychuk, imore.comDecember 5, 2016 10:00 AM What’re the best sport headphones? Here are our picks! Music moves you — sometimes literally. But if you don’t have the right pair

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Interview with Rebecca Katz, Author of “Cancer Fighting Kitchen” and “Clean Soups” on Yak About Health

Interview with Rebecca Katz, Author of “Cancer Fighting Kitchen” and “Clean Soups” on Yak About Health

March 22, 2017

Interview with Rebecca Katz, Author of “Cancer Fighting Kitchen” and “Clean Soups”                                   Spouse Bill became so nuts about some of the recipes that I went back an found the interview that I did with Rebecca Katz, who is the one that introduced us to the concept of “Food as Medicine” Listen to the interview. I’m hoping to have her back on soon. I believe that today everyone has to have a basic understanding of the importance of food as the logical response to many of the ailments that befall us.            

Yak About Health Featuring “How to Talk to your Doctor” and Alexa Becomes a Virtual Doctor

Yak About Health Featuring “How to Talk to your Doctor” and Alexa Becomes a Virtual Doctor

March 3, 2017

Yak About Health Featuring “How to Talk to your Doctor” How To Talk To Your Doctor We thank We thank Amy Paturel, over at aarp.org If you’ve ever felt like your doctor isn’t listening to you, it may be true. Studies have found that doctors let patients speak for only 23 seconds on average before cutting them off; in one University of South Carolina study, primary care patients were interrupted just 12 seconds after the physician entered the exam room. When there’s less doctor-patient dialogue, patients are not only more likely to leave the office frustrated, but they’re also at greater risk of being misdiagnosed. WEVE GOT A FEW STRATEGIES YOU CAN TRY to maximize your office visit and talk so your doctor will listen.

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