E-cigarettes: How safe are they for cardiovascular health?

The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode undefined

  • Nov 8, 2017 5:00 pm
  • 46:49 mins

Mark Olfert is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Performance, Division of Exercise Physiology and the Department of Physiology, Pharmacology, and Neurosciences in the School of Medicine at West Virginia University. We have seen them and we have heard about them.  E-cigarettes or ‘vaping’ is supposed to be the clean, healthier, futuristic way of smoking.  But, is that just a claim or they just as bad for your health?  Dr. Mark Olfert explains his research and discusses the health dangers of e-cigarettes.

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The Moral Obligation to Know Our Veterans

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Mike Haynie is the founding Executive Director of Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families. Veteran’s Day is coming up this Saturday, and as we remember the sacrifices that have been made in the name of freedom, we like to think we are there for and support those who have fought for our country. But, as Americans, how supportive of our Veterans are we really? Mike Haynie is the founding Executive Director of Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families, the nation’s first, interdisciplinary academic institute focused purposefully on informing and impacting the policy, economic, wellness, and social concerns the nation’s veterans and their families. Mike Haynie shares his thoughts about honoring veterans and how reinstating the draft would change how people think about those who serve our country.

Mike Haynie is the founding Executive Director of Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families. Veteran’s Day is coming up this Saturday, and as we remember the sacrifices that have been made in the name of freedom, we like to think we are there for and support those who have fought for our country. But, as Americans, how supportive of our Veterans are we really? Mike Haynie is the founding Executive Director of Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families, the nation’s first, interdisciplinary academic institute focused purposefully on informing and impacting the policy, economic, wellness, and social concerns the nation’s veterans and their families. Mike Haynie shares his thoughts about honoring veterans and how reinstating the draft would change how people think about those who serve our country.