Sunday, February 6, 2011

Dr. Sanjay Kapur: Testosterone & Diabetes

Dr. Sanjay Kapur: Testosterone & Diabetes
Friday, February 4
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Sanjay Kapur of ZRT Lab. He will talk about the hormonal connection between testosterone and diabetes for the prevention and natural treatment of the chronic disease.

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Generation Y:
Forcing Change in the Middle East

Protests in Egypt

For years, Beyond 50 has had a special interest in Generation Y (18 - 30 year olds). In America, they surpass Baby Boomers in number.

We've had several guests on the program share their knowledge about this generation, especially pointing out their rebellious nature to force the hand of change. Many are creating grassroots movements electronically through the internet. The recent protests in Egypt, Jordan and Yemen were organized by disgruntled youths, inspiring older populations with their daring.

We encourage you to honor their need for self-expression and understand their collective purpose on a global level. They have been effective and need support in dismantling decaying systems that don't work for all.

Here again are their unique qualities, both positive and negative: Very tech savvy; likes efficiency in the workplace; civic-minded; believes in social responsibility; follows the herd, so works well in a team; likes hand-holding; wants to be told how they're doing; pessimistic; leadership skills lacking; not as independent as Generation X (who were mostly latchkey kids growing up); prefers balance between work and home life; likes being mentored by Baby Boomers; not as strong in their work ethic as Baby Boomers; likes to volunteer; experienced travelers at a young age; slow to get married and raise a family; hard working professionally; not as entrepreneurial as Generation X; not as quick to "leave the nest"; eco-minded; and loves electronic gadgets.

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