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The road to success is always under construction. Real-life conversations with businesswomen where we discuss failures and successes, on this turbulent road. The goal is that their stories will help listeners to understand they are not alone and learn skills that will help them become successful.
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MPR Weekly Dose

MPR Weekly Dose

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Each week the MPR team brings you the top stories from the world of medicine and pharma in a matter of minutes. With 35 years of publishing drug information behind us, you can rely on MPR to provide accurate and up-to-date news.
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Melanie and Megan hosting conversations with individuals that work as creative influencers. When tuning in, you will engage in interviews with these influencers that hope to shine light into their experiences working in the midst of the entertainment industry.
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Revista Mprende

Octavio Isaac Rojas Orduña

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Octavio Isaac Rojas Orduña, fundador de la agencia de comunicación túatú y presidente de la asociación “Mexicanos Aquí”, dirige Revista Mprende, un espacio radiofónico en donde hablaremos sobre todo lo relacionado con el mundo de la empresa en Madrid, México y el mundo.
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MPR Business Consulting

MPR Business Consulting

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Welcome to MPR Business Consulting’s podcast. We are a Business Consulting agency that provides tools and resources to business. Our goal is to take business’s to the next level. MPR Business Consulting is Where Business is Done Right!
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MPR Deb and Gregg

MPR Deb and Gregg

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My name is Gregg and I Co-Host Midwest Paratalk Radio, I have been in Indy for most of my life. And have been interested in the paranormal for a long time. It wasn’t until a personal experience at 30 that I realized that there was some validity to the paranormal. Having a need for more knowledge I started looking at different media venues. Researching, reading and talking to different groups that I have come across blogtalkradio. And have found some great people. Having a radio background, B ...
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The first iPhone came out in 2007, when this year’s graduating high school seniors were toddlers learning to speak. Today, almost all high school students (95 percent) have access to a smartphone, according to the Pew Research Center. Scrolling through social media posts has become central to young people’s lives, but there’s also a growing convers…
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Self-administered device cleared to treat stress urinary incontinence in women; Autoinjector warning for relapsing MS treatment; COVID-19 preexposure prophylaxis investigational treatment looks promising; Biosimilars for Eylea approved; Imdelltra approved for extensive stage small cell lung cancer with disease progression.…
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Would you know the signs of a stroke if you saw them in a friend or a family member? May is National Stroke Awareness Month. Nearly 800,000 people have a stroke each year in the United States. MPR News host Angela Davis hears from a neurologist about the causes, signs and symptoms of a stroke. She also hears from a survivor about her road to recove…
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We’re almost through the month of May and the peonies are getting ready to bloom. Maybe you’re wondering if it’s too late to plant flowers or get some seeds in the vegetable plot. Well, it’s not! MPR News host Angela Davis talked with two horticultural experts about how to make our yards and gardens flourish as we head into summer. They talked abou…
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Send us a Text Message. Is Your Workplace a Hidden Battleground? The scars of trauma aren't always physical. Alarmingly, negative experiences at work – from a single incident to relentless bullying – can leave lasting emotional wounds. Imagine feeling constantly on edge, struggling to focus, or even dreading to go to work. This is the reality for m…
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We hear a lot about students who are not engaged in school. But what happens when schools begin to do things differently to give students more control over their education — in everything from hiring staff to student discipline policies? MPR News host Angela Davis shares a conversation she moderated this spring with high school students, principals…
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Four years ago this week, a movement to defund and abolish the Minneapolis Police Department ignited across the city and the world. George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man and St. Louis Park resident, was killed by a Minneapolis police officer in the Powderhorn neighborhood of Minneapolis. In those four years since his murder, everything — and nothin…
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The weather is warmer, and many are itching to enjoy the sunshine. In Minnesota, there’s a recreational team for just about every sport you can imagine — and you most likely don’t need to travel far to find them. MPR News guest host Dan Kraker and his guests are talked about ways to get active and play the sports you love as an adult, whether you’r…
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Just this past week, tech giant Google unveiled its new AI music tool, ”Music AI Sandbox,” which the company says will be “the ultimate collaborator” for musicians. It’s an example of how rapidly AI is integrating into the art world — for better or for worse. MPR News guest host Chris Farrell and his guests talked about what the rise of artificial …
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Reliability of COVID-19 tests unreliable; Insulin pump app updated following battery issue; Noninvasive colorectal cancer test gets FDA approval; Self-collection HPV screening option; National Drug Threat Assessment highlights illicit drugs currently endangering the US.
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Nicolle is a lifelong, fully conscious alien abductee. Her first memory is of a grey alien standing at the foot of her crib. These experiences have continued throughout her entire life. Nicolle is just beginning to share her intriguing story of alien contact publicly. Her experiences are wide ranging, complex, and beyond bizarre. She is excited to …
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Depression, anxiety and other mental health issues are the most common complications during and after pregnancy, yet 75 percent of postpartum problems go untreated. The consequences can be devastating. Suicide and overdoses are leading causes of maternal death in the United States. The Food and Drug Administration recently approved the first-ever p…
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Schizophrenia affects about 24 million people worldwide. It can be a disruptive illness, making it difficult to find a meaningful job, attend school or manage relationships. People with schizophrenia require lifelong treatment, but there is hope. A growing body of research shows that with new interventions it’s possible to live well with the illnes…
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Nearly half of incarcerated Americans have a history of mental illness — that’s twice the prevalence of mental illness in the adult population of the United States. People with serious mental illnesses encounter law enforcement and the court system for many reasons. This program brings together stories of people who have lived with mental illness w…
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Black women and girls experience discrimination, microaggressions and stereotypes every day. Living with daily racism has a profound impact on the mental health, well-being and lives of all those coping with it. This special program explores the unique mental health burdens of Black women and girls in the United States. Through interviews with ment…
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Homelessness in the United States reached a record high in 2023. On any given night, more than 650,000 people experience homelessness. People living homeless have higher rates of untreated mental illnesses and substance use disorders than the general population. That can make it difficult to find a permanent place to live. This program will take yo…
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Send us a Text Message. Who is Janisha Bessiake? She doesn't live for identity; she lives from identity. Struggling with low self-esteem, emotional childhood wounding, and fear. It was a combination of Janisha's spiritual journey with Christ, coupled with mental health counseling, that allowed her to heal and live securely in her identity. Experien…
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Bill Konkolesky has been the State Director of the Michigan Chapter of the Mutual UFO Network since 2004. After a lifetime of his own UFO and abduction encounters, he’s spent the last three decades actively investigating these otherworldly phenomena, trying to make some sense of the bizarre events that have happened to him personally. What he’s dis…
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Journalist Lee Hawkins grew up in Maplewood, Minn., but Alabama has always haunted his family. In a new podcast, Hawkins uncovers his family history, his father’s painful nightmares and the long-lasting impacts of Jim Crow far beyond segregation. What Happened in Alabama? is a long-form limited series podcast about the intergenerational ripple effe…
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Listen back to highlights from some of our favorite Wellness Wednesday shows from MPR News with Angela Davis. Find out how much you do and don’t know about your nose, hear the latest research on colon cancer and learn why more people are experiencing loneliness.Minnesota Public Radio
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Vernon Neal isn’t your classic classical music host. He spent his childhood in Belize where his mom hosted a reggae and soca program at a local radio station. He joined YourClassical MPR in 2022, after running a strength and conditioning gym and immersing himself in the sounds of hip-hop, jazz, pop and metal as a self-taught musician and audio engi…
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Every Monday here on MPR News with Angela Davis, we talk about money and the economy. And some of our favorite shows are “news you can use” — giving you personal advice for living your best financial life. We revisited some of our favorite shows with personal finance advice. You’ll hear words of wisdom for Gen Z, tips on networking and ideas for sa…
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America’s partisan divides are getting deeper. That means there’s a wider gap between what young progressives and young conservatives think. And that’s playing out in the dating world, where politics have increasingly become a relationship deal-breaker. Eighty-six percent of Americans think it has become harder to date someone from the opposite pol…
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Our bones are constantly breaking down and remaking themselves. In fact, an adult human skeleton replaces itself every five to 10 years. As we get older, that creation of new bone can’t keep up with the loss of old bone. Our bones get weaker and more brittle, a condition called osteoporosis, and that puts us at higher risk of breaking a hip, a rib …
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Dr Charles Raison, the Director of Clinical Research at the Usona Institute and Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, joins me to discuss the potential of psilocybin as a therapy for major depressive disorder.
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Bartenders do more than mix cocktails and mocktails. They’re rubbing elbows with politicians and entrepreneurs, with people celebrating and people down on their luck, with regulars from down the block and tourists from across the world. Our guests are bartenders at the St. Paul Grill, inside the St. Paul Hotel in downtown St. Paul. We’ll hear stori…
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