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Twice a month, faculty and residents of the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix Family Medicine Residency discuss key clinical points from each issue of American Family Physician (AFP). AFP publishes clinical reviews that help keep physicians current with advances in diagnosis and treatment. Contributing editor: Dr. Steven Brown.
 
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Street Knowledge is hosted by Chris Graham, the award-winning editor of The Augusta Free Press (Waynesboro, Va.), with episodes highlighting local news, Virginia and national politics, arts and culture, mental health, sports and professional wrestling.
 
The AFP Greater Toronto Chapter is a recognized leader in promoting philanthropy and providing education, training and best practices for those in the fundraising profession. With more than 1200 members, the Greater Toronto Chapter is the largest of the more than 240 AFP chapters throughout the world. Visit www.afptoronto.org to learn more & become a member today.
 
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The Senate Judiciary Committee is hinting at its interest in exploring Major League Baseball's 100-year-old antitrust exemption, which could portend seismic change for the MLB. Chris Graham and Scott German explore. Also on the show: A total of 12 players, coaches and other staff was handed down suspensions from a Sunday fight in the Seattle Marine…
 
Stacey Vanek Smith is a longtime public radio reporter and host, highly regarded for her insight and journalism on work, business, and economics; I mentioned her Indicators podcast, she is also a correspondent and host for NPR’s Planet Money and Marketplace, and her work has appeared in Time Magazine, The New York Times, and People Magazine. Vanek …
 
Preoperative evaluation in children (1:50), oral vs. intramuscular vitamin B12 (6:10), overuse of interventional procedures for low back pain (7:30), acute stroke diagnosis (9:40), antibiotics for sore throat (13:50), and topical treatment for mild to moderate acne (17:00).
 
Chase Elliott notched his second NASCAR Cup Series win of the season in the wee hours of Monday morning in Nashville. NASCAR correspondent Rod Mullins joins the show to break down Elliott's win, and the late-race strategy that paved the way for Elliott. Other topics: Weather delays had a huge impact on the race. It was a mixed day for Hendrick Moto…
 
The Baltimore Orioles are starting to come around after a rough start to their 2022 season, and in Year5 of their seemingly endless rebuild. The Washington Nationals, three years removed from winning the 2019 World Series, are still early into their rebuild. The two teams meet for a quick two-game series beginning tonight in Camden Yards. AFP's Chr…
 
Rod Mullins is back from Thunder Valley, which was taken over this past weekend by the NHRA. Top speeds were over the 300 mph mark as temperatures soared. Rod takes us behind the scenes. We also look back at Daniel Suarez's historic June 12 win in the NASCAR Cup Series, the first-ever Cup Series win for a Mexican-born driver. The show wraps with a …
 
Metabolic surgery for adult obesity (1:40), predicting dementia (5:30), distribution of Spanish-speaking family physicians (8:00), community-acquired pneumonia in adults (9:50), screening for atrial fibrillation (16:00), and SGLT-2 inhibitors and GLP-1 receptor agonists in type 2 diabetes (17:50).
 
Incoming UVA hoops first-year Isaac McKneely joins "The Jerry Ratcliffe Show" to talk with Jerry and co-host Chris Graham. McKneely recounts his senior year at Poca High School, which ended with the Dots winning a state championship, and McKneely being named the state player of the year. He also talks about his pending arrival on Grounds next week,…
 
Merritt Hale is challenging Sixth District Congressman Ben Cline for the Republican Party nomination in a June 21 primary. Hale joins Chris Graham to talk about the race and addresses his positions on several key issues. Hear from Hale on: Health care Abortion rights Gun violence The 2020 election Changing the D.C. culture Learn more about his camp…
 
A former Staunton City Council member is back in the running for a seat on the city body. The Waynesboro mayor is not running for a second term. Crystal Graham hosts and asks AFP editor Chris Graham for background on the latest news in local politics. Also on the show: A House committee heard wrenching testimony on the mass shootings in Buffalo and…
 
Virginia Baseball's 2022 season came to what feels to be a premature end. Scott German and Chris Graham dive into the reasons why, and it rhymes with "lack of pitching depth." Scott then goes off on ESPN for its choices with its announcer teams for the college baseball regionals. The show wraps with a long discussion of the impact that the new foot…
 
Rod Mullins joins "Street Knowledge" to provide analysis of Joey Logano's win in Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race in St. Louis. Then host Chris Graham updates the latest news from AEW, focusing on the injury to world champ CM Punk and the controversy over MJF.Chris Graham による
 
The voice of the Richmond Flying Squirrels, Trey Wilson, joins "Street Knowledge" to walk us through a big week for the Squirrels out in Akron. Richmond is two games behind the division-leading RubberDucks, and took Game 1 of the series, 3-2, on Tuesday.Chris Graham による
 
The "Jerry Ratcliffe Show" provides updates on the latest on UVA football recruiting, with new coach Tony Elliott continuing to make waves in-state. The show also previews Virginia baseball's appearance in this coming weekend's Greenville Regional.Chris Graham による
 
NASCAR reporter Rod Mullins joins "Street Knowledge" to break down Denny Hamlin's win at the end of a wild Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday. Rod and host Chris Graham then discuss the crowded playoff race with 12 races to go before the field gets narrowed down to 16.Chris Graham による
 
Valerie Slater is the executive director of RISE for Youth, a Richmond-based nonprofit that advocates for dismantling the youth prison model and ensuring every space that impacts a young person’s life encourages growth and success. Slater joins "Street Knowledge" to discuss Gov. Glenn Youngkin's new Violent Crime Task Force, and how it will need re…
 
We are experiencing a historic acceleration in the pace of change in our world. Artificial intelligence, digitization, robotics, 3D printing, and the rise of purpose-driven enterprises are reconfiguring how industries operate. These changes divide us into two camps: the “Disruptors” and the “Disrupted”. AFP CEO & President Jim Kaitz recently sat do…
 
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