FL News Podcasts

Food For Thought / Seasonal Affective Disorder

03.06.09 | Sherri Watters

The days are getting longer, and the weather is getting a little warmer...but old man winter is still hanging around. FLN's Sherri Watters gives you some tips for beating back the winter blues.

FLN News / Peace in the Middle East

03.05.09 | Ed Thomas

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has made it clear that the Obama Administration considers it a priority to make progress on a two-state solution for Middle Eastern peace. That puts additional pressure on the new coalition government in Israel. FLN's Ed Thomas speaks with Middle Eastern expert ...

Neighborhoods in the Network / CompassCare (Rochester, NY)

03.04.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Martha Manikas-Foster for this Neighborhoods in the Network look at a non-profit pregnancy resource center that has been making a difference in Rochester, NY since 1980. The medical personnel at CompassCare provides pregnancy testing, ultrasound exams, and counseling.

FLN News / Business Ethics

03.02.09 | Sarah Harnisch

David Armstrong is an author and a successful Christian businessman who has written a new book on leadership. FLN's Sarah Harnisch asks him how to run a business (or a government) with integrity during a down economy.

Food For Thought / Healthy Alternatives for Breakfast

02.27.09 | Sherri Watters

When you go to the store, think twice about reaching for the cereal or instant oatmeal. FLN's Sherri Watters says those foods are not as nutritious as you may think. So how do you start the day off right? Sherri has some healthy foods you can munch on in the morning.

FLN News / President Obama's Budget Blueprint

02.26.09 | Bob Price

FLN News explores President Obama's budget blueprint. Mr. Obama submitted it to Congress Thursday, and our own Ph.D of politics, Dr. Stephen Coleman, chimes in with his thoughts.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Women's Rights National Historical Park

02.25.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

In July of 1848, three hundred people gathered in Seneca Falls, NY for a convention that changed American history. Join Martha Manikas-Foster for this Neighborhoods in the Network look at the Women's Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls.

FLN News / The Bible in Color

02.23.09 | Sarah Harnisch

They are handing them out in prisons, to our soldiers on the way to Iraq, and to unreached tribal people in the jungles of the Pacific Rim. What do all three groups have in common? They are getting the Bible in graphic novel form.

Food For Thought / How Fattening Are Cookbook Recipes?

02.20.09 | Sherri Watters

A pair of researchers from Cornell University are now warning the "Joy of Cooking" cookbook has been packing on the calories in 17 of its classic recipes. They found that changes in serving sizes have led to a 63-percent increase in calories per serving in all but one of those recipes. ...

FLN News / Changing Healthcare

02.19.09 | Ed Thomas

What will it take to begin changing the way healthcare is performed in this country, and to bring the price down while the efficiency goes up? The answers to some of those questions are being provided by nurses, who have found success with some unique programs that have been tested.

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