This year I’m replacing resolutions with intentions, which feel more like a promise to myself. One of those promises is doing a “Winter Warrior” outdoor challenge.
Hampshire College’s aim to be the only residential college to go 100% solar was the basis of an article published last month in the Christian Science Monitor. Bob Flaherty talks to Hampshire’s Dean of Natural Science Steven Root about the joint efforts of students, faculty & engineers. More information here on Hampshire College’s solar project.
Bob talks with Patti Healey, chair of the Massaachusetts Nurses Association, who fired up the capacity crowd Saturday at Bernie Sanders’ rally at UMass, coining the phrase: “Code Bernie.”
WHMP morning host Bob Flaherty puts together a tuneful montage of several artists who’ll be performing during Northampton’s First Night Celebration, including Johnny Memphis, Lord Russ, Wishbone Zoe & the Lonesome Brothers.
As we face what the BBC calls an “antibiotic apocalypse,” where more & more strains of bacteria are resistant to antibiotics, Northampton acupuncturist Amy Mager shows how Chinese medicine can be of service with Healing Outside the Box, Inside the Heart.
Why do doctors choose a $2,000 cure when a $50 one is just as good? That’s the title of a Washington Post article written by Baystate retinal surgeon & author Dr. Andrew Lam, a frequent guest on WHMP’s Morning News with Bob Flaherty.
After our Mayoral Summit with the former (and current) mayors of Northampton at the Senior Center Wednesday, we did an…
A shopping spree & a Christmas tree. WHMP’s Denise Vozella & Bob Flaherty swap stories about moments they were directly involved in many years ago that made a positive impact on people’s lives. If there’s not a tear in your eye after this, you ain’t human.
The John Musante Health Center named for the late Town Manager of Amherst, is slated to open in 2017 in downtown Amherst. Eliza Lake, Executive Director of the Hilltown Community Health Center, talks about John’s contributions to the community & the fundraising efforts to make the dream a reality.
Broken ribs has always meant weeks & months of immobility & enormous ingestion of painkillers. Dr. Andrew Doben of Baystate Medical Center explains a new innovation that gets patients back in the game in a matter of days.