Street Beat: Natural Health For People And Animals
This week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at holistic and natural ways to relax, restore and rebuild health. First, Amy Wellein from Natural Recharge, explains how they can help you restore your health naturally. Then, Action for Healthy Kids promotes school wellness programs that encourage children to get active. Their State of Michigan coordinator, Deborah Grischke, explains the details. Then, Eric Holka, Chief Operating Officer from Healthy Detroit, explains how they are dedicated to building a culture of healthy, affordable, active living in the city of Detroit. Finally, Dr. John Simon, a veterinarian from Woodside Animal Clinic, talks about holistic ways to help your pets.
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Street Beat: A Community Conversation On BullyingThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at the problem of bullying in schools. First, Jeff Sakwa, the co-founder of the anti-bullying non-profit Defeat the Label, explains what this organization does and its upcoming Community Conversation on Bullying. Then Dr. Saumya Pathak, an M-D Resident in Pediatrics at the D-M-C Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, stops by to discuss the physical and medical complications of bullying. Next, Don Ferguson, a presenter for the OK-2-Say program, shows how kids can anonymously provide tips about dangerous activities in schools. Finally, Counselor Daryl Beebe of Berkley High School talks about their new Sources of Strength program that helps teens facing stressful situations.
Study Abroad Program Empowers And Humbles Local JournalistOakland University Journalism student Christina Salem talks about the impact a study abroad program in Greece had on her.
Study Abroad Program In Greece Is An Eye-Opener For Local Journalism StudentJordan Brown interviews Oakland University Journalism student Christina Salem about her experiences in refugee camps as part of a study abroad program.

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