Family & Lifestyle
Presidential Selection, Functional Medicine, Cinema RomanceThe Matt Townsend Show
- Sep 1, 2015 1:00 pm
Presidential Candidates and their Height (13:14) Dr. Greg Murray, Professor of Political Science at Texas Tech University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Houston in 2003. His research generally focuses on political behavior with specific interests in voter mobilization and turnout as well as the application of evolutionary theory to political behavior. Today he talks about how different factors, including the height of the candidates, go into how we vote for president. Good in the World: Amy Miller (37:01) Amy Miller is a BYU fan and broke her arm participating in a BYU fan contest called BYU 50. She fell running for the prize breaking her arm. The BYU football team found out and went to her home and delivered season tickets. Amy talks with Kathy Aiken about meeting the entire team. Functional Medicine II (53:51) Dr. Ron Hager is an Associate Professor of Exercise Sciences in the College of Life Sciences at Brigham Young University. His area is expertise is Chronic Disease Prevention. Today Ron Hager continues the discussion from 08-18-15 about Function al Medicube is joined by Dr. Rob Adams. Cinematic Romance (1:55:10) Dr. Brian Willoughby is an assistant professor in the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University. Dr. Willoughby is also the Director of the RELATE Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to studying and improving romantic relationships. Dr. Willoughby's research focuses on young adult dating and relationship patterns. Dr. Willoughby's specific expertise areas include dating, sexuality, cohabitation, marriage formation, and marital attitudes/beliefs. Today he talks about the dangers of emulating movie screen romances.