Toxins in Your Home You Really Need to Worry About & Cutting Edge Career Advice You Must Hear
Published March 25, 2019
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    Salt makes food taste good – maybe too good. We begin this episode by discussing research that shows how salty foods may make you eat more food than you planned and more than you should. We are all concerned about toxins in our environment. However, it isn’t always clear which toxins are most worrisome and where they are. Dr. Gary Ginsberg knows. He is the director of The Center for Environmental Health for the New York State Department of Health, a clinical professor at the Yale School of Public Health and author of the book What’s Toxic What’s Not ( . Dr. Ginsberg explains what things you should really be concerned about and what to do to reduce your exposure to dangerous toxins. On television you’ll sometimes see a character get really angry and then clutch his chest and have a heart attack. Or you might see someone in a movie get some bad news and then have a heart attack. Does that ever happen in real life? Listen as I explore that. The world of employment is constantly changing. In order to get ahead and advance in your career you need to understand and adapt to those changes. No one has their finger on the pulse of the job market than Alexandra Cavoulacos, co-founder of The and author of the book The New Rules of Work ( Alex joins me to share the latest trends and offers rock solid advice that can really help you. This Week's Sponsors -Fab Fit Fun. For $10 off your first box, go to and use the promo code: something -Trip Actions. Go to complete a 30 minute demo and receive a $100Amazon gift card. -ADT. Go to to learn how ADT can design and install a smart home system for you. -Select Quote. Get your free insurance quote at -Indeed. Post a sponsored job for free at -Geico. Go to to see how Geico can save you money on your car insurance -Capital One. What's in your wallet?
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