FL News Podcasts

FLN News / Up Close With the Treatment of AIDS

02.09.10 | Ed Thomas

THE MEDICAL RESEARCH TO FIGHT AIDS GOES ON, EVEN AS THOUSANDS CONTINUE TO BE INFECTED, TREATED AND DIE EACH DAY FROM AIDS AND ITS PRECURSOR, THE HIV VIRUS. OUR INTERVIEW TODAY GIVES SOME UNIQUE INSIGHT INTO WHAT IT'S LKE FOR A CHRISTIAN PHYSICIAN WHO SPECIALIZES IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES TO TREAT ...

FLN News / Technology Catching up to Safety Needs

02.08.10 | Ed Thomas

HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO TO PROTECT AND WATCH OVER YOUR CHILDREN WITH THE HELP OF THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY? OUR FEATURE REPORT EXPLAINS HOW ONE DEVICE IS NEARLY READY TO HIT THE MARKET – WHICH PUTS YOU IN THE ROLE OF MOBILE DEVICE SECURITY GUARD.

FLN News / A Look at the Super Bowl Commercials

02.08.10 | Bob Price

Dr. Bob Thompson, professor of Pop Culture at Syracuse, offers his take on this year's Super Bowl ads.

Food For Thought / Super Bowl Snack Food

02.05.10 | Sherri Watters

Sherri talks snack food...Super Bowl snack food that is...

Teaching & Learning Institute / Major Issues Facing School Districts

02.04.10 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss some of the major issues facing school districts today - budget constraints, conduct and discipline issues and the important of involvement by people of faith.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Heart of Lewisburg Ice Festival

02.03.10 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Martha Manikas-Foster for this Neighborhoods in the Network feature report on the Heart of Lewisburg Ice Festival. It's a celebration that could bring as many as 3,000 people to Lewisburg, Pennsylvania’s historic downtown.

FLN News / The High Tech Rescues For Haiti

02.02.10 | Ed Thomas

A little-known story behind the massive work taking place to help earthquake-torn Haiti is the role that the modern technology of cell phones is playing in the campaign to put together monetary resources for the country. FLN News takes a look at how that's made an amazing difference in relief work ...

FLN News / Change in Looks More Than Surface Deep

02.01.10 | Ed Thomas

It’s everywhere, from the covers of magazines in the checkout aisles to the nightly tv gossip shows to cable television channels: people changing their appearances by some degree of cosmetic surgery, to try to change their lives. Is it accepted, and is it working?

Food For Thought / Brown Fat

01.29.10 | Sherri Watters

Sherri talks about brown fat, which is fat that the body makes when you eat a lot of processed foods. There's science today that seems to think it will help you lose weight, but Sherri says the science is misleading.

Teaching & Learning Institute / Dealing With Budget Cuts in NYS Education

01.28.10 | Cecil Van Houten

In this podcast, Dr. Kerr shares the severity of the implications of the Governor's proposed $1.1 billion budget cuts in education in New York State. Reminding listeners that Pennsylvania will soon be in a similar situation he puts forth several ideas for how local school boards can begin to deal ...

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