Cryptozoology, Mini Book Club, American Heart Month

Cryptozoology, Mini Book Club, American Heart Month

The Lisa Show

  • Feb 6, 2020 2:04 pm
  • 51:22 mins
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Cryptozoology (0:00:00) Do you believe in Bigfoot? Cryptozoology is the study of hidden animals, including creatures like Bigfoot, Bothman and the Loch Ness Monster, among others. Now if you’re a skeptic, you might think all these add up tois just blurry photos and shaky videos, but if you’re a believer—you might have some different ideas about what’s lurking in the underbrush. So what is the truth? Here to tell us a little bit about what he thinks and about where these myths meet with science is Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Professor of Anatomy & Anthropology and author of "Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science."  Mini Book Club: February Reads (0:17:30) Rachel Wadham, of BYU Radio's Worlds Awaiting, talks with Lisa and Richie about the best books to read this month. Everyday Rockstar (0:28:31) Lisa and Richie talk with one listener about their Everyday Rockstar Moment. You can send your Everyday Rockstar Moments to thelisashow@byu.edu and you or someone you know could be featured too. American Heart Month (0:37:27) During February, we have a lot of different hearts on our minds. Candy hearts, balloon hearts, heart shaped greeting cards. But with it being national heart month, we should all take sometime to think aboutour physical heart health and educate ourselves so we can prevent heart disease and live long, happy lives. Here to tell us everything we need to know about keeping our hearts healthy is Dr. Philip B. Adamson. Dr. Adamson is the divisional vice president and medical director at Abbott, working specifically in cardiology.

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