May is Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month and although the month is nearly over, for those with asthma or allergies, the suffering may be just getting started. Pam Bunch recently interviewed Patti Brown of the Cardio-Pulmonary Department at Rutherford Regional Hospital about the differences between these two conditions, the signs to watch for and when it's time to check with your physician about handling your asthma and/or allergies.
Whether I am traveling for work out of state (and listening via the iPhone app or streaming from my Macbook in the hotel) or working from the home office, WNCW is always playing at some point during the day. I have been exposed to such a diverse palate of music because of WNCW. I would bet a third of my CD collection and electronic tunes are a direct result of hearing it on WNCW first.
ASAP's Farm to School Program is a part of a national program, which began as a way to connect local farmers and local schools by getting students involved in not only learning about where food comes from, but also introducing them to the taste and importance of fresh fruits and vegetables in their diet.
Emily Jackson, Executive Director of ASAP's Farm to School Program talks about the program and how to get your school involved.
There are gardeners who instinctively seem to know exactly what each plant needs and their gardens thrive; there are gardeners who dream of having a thriving garden, but just don't seem to be able to get there. Then, there are the anxious gardeners who never know what a plant will do and are constantly watching and worrying. Gardener and author, Teri Dunn Chace, says she wrote this simple book to answer the most often asked questions about gardening, and the most often made mistakes and how they can be fixed. For anyone who loves to garden, this discussion is fun and informative.