Dr. Pete discusses: How the Type, Tempo and Timing of Exercise dictates the value for your health. Good Saturated Fats are your friend and avoiding no and low fat products is the topic the final half of today's program.
Fluoride-Friend or Foe: Dr. Pete visits with Rick Nunnally and Jack Cook of the Fluoride Action Network
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny thoroughly addresses the Danger of Vaccinations with Dr. Pete
Topics: Avoiding symptom treatment/ Our Body Needs Fat/ Questions for the Doc
#1 Immune Booster that's Natural and FREE / Vital Health Test that Most Doctors Avoid/ Natural Mood Boost Proven More Effective than Antidepressants
"Conscience of Psychiatry" Dr. Peter Breggin visits with Dr. Pete. Topics include: ADHA myth Danger of most prescribed medications Unethical Pharmaceutical Industry Influence and Tried and True solutions to Emotional, Psychological and Behavioral Issues face by many.
State Senator Bill Ketron shares concern of local and statewide health and solutions with Dr. Pete. Fitness value of jumping rope with coach Paul and three (3) health proactive proven methods from Dr. Pete
Dr. Pete interviews nutrition experts Jerome and Heather Wanke. Discover Tower Gardens as the healthiest, most economical and convenient approach to feeding your family. Fitness Coach Paul Scott with weekly tip: Sacrifice brings true health.
Ask the Doc: Dr. Pete revolves the show around WGNS listeners' pressing, personal health-related needs.
2nd segment features Revolution Fitness Coach Steve and his tip of the week. Other topics include: Spring Cleaning without inviting the Toxins in/ Butter is Best-why and how the substitutes harm/ Five Super foods to maximize Nutrition
NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver Raymond Berry is Dr. Pete's guest. The former NFL wide out shares about how chiropractic saved his career. Tune in at 8AM every Saturday morning on WGNS 100.5FM 101.9FM 1450AM or online at wgnsradio.com.
Dr. Pete welcomes Army Captain Michael Burrows and Fitness Specialist Paul Scott Topics: Use of Aquatic therapy, helping veterans and other civilians at local state of art facility Taking first step in exercise. Welcome listners to open house Saturday March 29 at 546 Brandies Circle location from 10 til 1.
Guest host Dr Dan Sullivan addresses childhood disease: Prevention and Cure DRUG FREE
Open Phone Show: Dr. Pete answers a variety of listeners calls. Topics include: preventing Dementia/
Vaccinations-friend or foe/ Benefits of Vitamin D/ Dangers of Reducing Cholesterol with Medication
Understanding and Conquering Fibromyalgia; Mammograms 20 year study reveals ineffectiveness and dangers covered by Dr. pete.
Heart Health: Acclaimed Cardiologist Dr. James Marcum joins Dr. Pete to discuss his latest book: Medicines that Kill.
Dr. Pete tackles the importance of Growth hormones for Health. special Guest Jim hunt shares the health benefits of olive Oil.
Dr. Pete interview MTSU legendary coach Dean Hayes recalls Olympic memories and keys to performing on world or local stage.
Special guest Sherry Hall of Bodywise Nutrition & Marketplace discusses keys to proper nutrition.
Dr. Pete shares proper mindset and steps for No Drug/ Fad Diet Weight Loss. Local weight loss champion Shirley
shares her story. How Healthy Fats help reduce fat. Fitness expert Steve speaks of Barometer Workouts-starting where you're at physically.
|"MOVIES UNDER THE STARS"|
MOVIES UNDER THE STARS is a free service of the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department. The movie begins at 8:30PM. Bring your lawn chairs or a blanket on which to sit and enjoy "family friendly" flicks. Shows run June 2, 2014 through July 26, 2014. Popcorn, sodas and snow cones sold at concession trailer.
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|18th Annual 2014 Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics Conference at MTSU|
Sat. (Sept. 20, 2014) 8AM-3PM Middle school and high school girls should sign-up now for the 18th Annual 2014 Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics Conference at MTSU. Registration fee is $18, and the deadline to register is August 31st. To register go to http://www.mtsu.edu/wistem/eyh/index.php and click on “Registration.” A link for the parent or guardian release form is included on the registration page.READ MORE »
|Bloomfield Links Golf Course Open @ Old Fort Park|
Bloomfield Links is now open seven days a week weather permitting. It is a short golf course specifically targeting youth, family and beginning golfers, but golfers of all levels are enjoying the challenge. Park at the Old Fort Park Golf Clubhouse (1028 Golf Club Lane; Murfreesboro, TN 37129) to enter this special course. Phone Old Fort Golf at (615) 849-2624 for information and details on daily, monthly, and seasonal passes. Bloomfield Links and the Old Fort Park Golf Course are owned and operated by the City of Murfreesboro.READ MORE »
|Historical Society Opens Ransom School On Saturday Mornings: Volunteers Needed|
Saturdays, 9AM-Noon: The Rutherford County Historical Society has opened the Ransom School (717 N. Academy St.) to the public on Saturdays from 9:00AM to Noon. Volunteer teams are needed to cover these hours. Preferably a man and women team. If you are interested in participating in this historical project, please contact Gwen Boyd email@example.comREAD MORE »
|Mother's Day Out (1st United Methodist Churc|
First United Methodist Church of Murfreesboro (265 W. Thompson Ln.) is now enrolling for MOTHER'S DAY OUT for fall 2014! Our loving, Christian environment is the perfect place for families with young children. Children need to be 1 year old by Dec. 31, 2014 to turning 3 years old. We off the option for children to either on Monday and Wednesday or select Tuesday and Thursday. The program is 8:30-1:30 and is $150 per month. We are excited to offer enrichment opportunities this fall including kids yoga, Spanish classes and Do Re Mi Kids presented by Sarah Taylor Young Studios. If you have questions, phone 615-893-1322.READ MORE »
|MTSU Dairy Hill 5K and 10K Stampede|
Sat. (Sept.13, 2014) 8AM DAIRY HILL STAMPEDE 5K and 10K run at MTSU's Dairy Experimental Learning and Research Center (3211 Guy James Rd.; Lascassas, TN). Fee: $30 per runner. It benefits the Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee (FACCT) and the Veteran's Recovery Center Council. For more information, phone Lou Nave at 615-970-8065 or check website www.tnfacct.com. You can also register on-line at www.active.com.READ MORE »
|PINK EYE RESEARCH (free care and medication)|
Dr. Craig McCabe, the eye doctor you hear on the radio, is participating in PINK EYE RESEARCH. If you have PINK EYE, you are eligible for FREE care and medication if you are a part of a study group. For more information, contact Gigi Hampton at 615-904-9024 or e-mail her at Gigi@McCabeVisionCenter.com. The best time to contact is Monday through Friday from 10:00AM to 6:00PM. McCabe Vision Center is at 122 Heritage Park Dr. (37129).READ MORE »
|Siegel Summer Softball Smash!|
Fri-Sun (Aug. 15-17, 2014) SIEGEL SUMMER SOFTBALL SMASH is open to ages 10-14 and played a centrally located ball parks. Each team is guaranteed five games. There is a $200 entry fee. For more information,contact Brandon Curran at 615-478-6049 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.READ MORE »
|UNCLE DAVE MACON DAYS|
Fri-Sun (July 11-13, 2014) Starts 10AM Friday, 8:30AM Saturday, and 10AM Sunday: UNCLE DAVE MACON DAYS at Cannonsburgh Pioneer Village (Front St.). Visitors to the Uncle Dave Macon Days 2014 Old Time Music & Dance Festival can expect a trip back to early 20th Century America. More than $10,000 in prize money is awarded; it is home to three national championships in Old-Time Banjo, Old-Time Clogging and Old-Time Buckdancing. During the weekend there is an arts and crafts show, “Motorless Parade,” children’s activities, historic demonstrators, gospel and shape-note singing, an historic photo exhibit and more, designed for everyone to enjoy themselves. Tickets are $5 per day, and children age 12 and younger are admitted FREE. Free Parking in City Garage; just a short walk from the grounds...or paid Parking at Cannonsburgh Village. Visit www.uncledavemacondays.com
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|Volunteer Van Drivers Needed To Carry Vets To Doctor|
Volunteers are needed to drive vans that take veterans to medical appointments. Volunteers will need to go through a training and orientation program so that your volunteering experience will be more enjoyable. For more information, contact Darlene Haynes on the Murfreesboro campus: 615-225-6517. READ MORE »
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