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By Zoƫ Brown posted Mar 13, 2014 at 04:55 PM

 

We have a brand spanking new app that will make listening to us easier than you can say "keep it locked."



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RadioActive—Community Well-Being: Socialize or Social-Lies?
By Michael Matthiesen posted Mar 10, 2014 at 07:45 PM

 

Sunday @ 6PM, UM's Dean of the School of Education, Dr. Prilleltensky, has taught in class that for the last century we have been told four lies about how to promote community well-being: that the medical system will promote health, that experts know best, that we must focus on pathology instead of people's strengths, and that treating individuals one at a time will improve society. Prilleltensky proposes four remedies to these sins: Strength, Prevention, Empowerment, and Community Change -- and will be on-air to explain.



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What’s Cool This Weekend - March 7-9
By Jordan Weil posted Mar 07, 2014 at 01:14 PM

 

Here at UM, we're just kicking off our spring break. Kick it with us and see what's to do this weekend!



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RadioActive—Carbicide: The Cost of the Obesity Epidemic in the 21st Century
By Michael Matthiesen posted Mar 04, 2014 at 02:47 PM

 

Sunday @ 6PM, Americans associate the skyrocketing cost of healthcare with the aging baby boomer population. In reality the cost of healthcare is ascending because of the chronic disease epidemic in the United States -- especially among American millennials. Diabetes, arthritis, cancer, and hypertension contribute more to healthcare costs then onetime expensive cures. What can millennials do now to lower future healthcare costs? Robert Knewitz will be on-air to explain. 





What’s Cool This Weekend???  Feb 28
By Jordan Weil posted Feb 26, 2014 at 10:26 PM

 

You know what they say about plans, right? Check WVUM!!



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RadioActive—STEP-HIA: The Studying Trail Enhancement Plans-Health Impact Assessment
By Michael Matthiesen posted Feb 21, 2014 at 07:00 PM

 

Sunday @6PM, According to Human Impact Partners, Health Impact Assessment is a practical tool that uses data, research and stakeholder input to determine a policy or project’s impact on the health of a population. HIAs also provide recommendations to address these impacts. STEP-HIA is a project being conducted by a research team at the University of New Mexico which aims to look at how increasing access to the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail through smaller connector trails and trailheads will positively affect the health, quality of life, and social, economic and community capital. Danielle Parker will be on-air to explain. 





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