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AJGpr client, Boni Lonnsburry, CEO of Inner Art Inc., an expert in “conscious creation,” and author of the award-winning book The Map To Our Responsive Universe — Where Dreams Really Do Come True! recently shared her “blueprint” for a life of sustained happiness with host Nick Lawrence on Straight Talk (WEEU Radio).

Lawrence asks Boni to share her “rags to riches” personal life journey with listeners and her step-by-step guide to living a completely satisfying life outlined in her book The Map. Listen and you will learn strategies to change your “unconscious creation”, which we all do, into “conscious creation” or buy The Map today and start your journey to fulfillment and happiness in life.

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What to Do When You Can’t Get Pregnant: The Complete Guide to All the TechnologiesFor Couples Facing Fertility Problem

By Daniel A. Potter, MD, FACOG and Jennifer S. Hanin, MA

What to Do When You Can’t Get Pregnant was lauded by Newsweek for guiding readers through the “medical maze” of infertility treatments she it was first released 5 years ago. Now in its second edition (available for pre-order on Amazon and due in bookstores on November 26th), co-authors and AJGpr clients world-renowned fertility expert Daniel A. Potter, MD, FACOG named one of the top reproductive endocrinologists by U. S. World News & World Report and Jennifer S. Hanin, MA, award-winning author, bring the book up-to-date.

Potter and Hanin include significant updates to up your game when trying to get pregnant — up-to-date statistics, proven tips to maximize your fertility, the latest medications, genetic testing like PGS and PDG that give you a head start, revolutionary new procedures for handling your frozen brood (eggs and embryo), hormone replacement, gender selection, and even revolutionary new supplements for infertile men.

To help promote the release of the second edition of What to Do When You Can’t Get PregnantAJGpr has booked Potter and Hanin on several radio shows.  Listen to Jennifer Hanin on  Talk of the Town with Host Dan Collier Boston, MA/Providence, RI (WDIS) and  LIVE on the Steve Hexom Show (KBUR).


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Host Gil Gross,  an award winning radio journalist who has reported the news to millions of Americans and interviewed pop culture icons and heads-of-state alike turned to AJGpr client Dr. Nina Shapiro after reading her Op-Ed in the Los Angeles Times — With fewer vaccinations, is your child’s school safe? Too many parents are seeking excemptions from California’s vaccination law. 

This story has legs…








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My client, Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RD, a community pediatrician and registered dietician widely recognized for her expertise in childhood obesity, nutrition and fitness talk to Dr. Anne Abram on BlogTalk radio about how to prevent childhood obesity and how to help your child if he/she suffers from it already.

Dr. Muth’s book Eat Your Vegetables! and Other Mistakes Parents Make: Redefining How to Raise Healthy Eaters was released in April 2012.

A spokesperson for the American Council on Exercise (ACE), Dr. Muth informs media outlets throughout the country on pertinent nutrition and fitness issues. She is a sought after pediatric expert by the media. She has appeared on ABC World News Now; is a regular guest on San Diego Living; and has been quoted in multiple print and online outlets including The New York Times, Health Magazine, Seattle Times, Denver Post, WebMD, and Slate.





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Mike Caruthers is the host of the radio show Something You Should Know.  My client, Dr. Nina Shapiro was a recent guest on his show – the subject – breathing problems in Children.

If anyone should have the answers to these questions it’s Dr. Shapiro, Director of Pediatric Ear, Nose, and Throat at the Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA, and Associate Professor of Surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA about her new book, Take a Deep Breath: Clear The Air For The Health Of Your Child (World Scientific, January 2012). 

Have a listen here.



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Lisa Davis, host of It’s Your Health radio recently interviewed Dr. Nina Shapiro, Director of Pediatric Ear, Nose, and Throat at the Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA, and Associate Professor of Surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA about her new book, Take a Deep Breath: Clear The Air For The Health Of Your Child (World Scientific, January 2012). 

Listen here.

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Millions of children are signing up for Facebook, and a recent survey released shows parents are helping their children lie to get online.The minimum age Facebook  or its social network is 13 — in line with federal laws to protect children’s online privacy.Yet according to a study funded in part by Microsoft and universities, more than half of all parents with 12-year-olds said they knew their children were signed up for the service. One in five parents of 10-year-olds knew of their children’s activity on the site. Asked how the kids signed up for the service — thus violating the site’s terms of service — nearly seven in 10 parents said they helped their children set up accounts. According to the survey, one in five parents acknowledged having a 10-year-old on Facebook. That number rises to 32 percent for parents of 11-year-olds and 55 percent for parents of 12-year-olds.  My client, parenting expert Betsy Brown Braun and bestselling author of Just Tell Me What To Say and You’re Not The Boss Of Me, shares her insights on this new trend with WTOP radio in Washington. Have a listen.






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Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben appeared on The Rude Awakening to discuss is new book Becoming Jewish: The Challenges Rewards and Paths To Conversion. Listen to his interview here

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Jennifer Hanin grew up Catholic, but a few years ago, she replaced her Christmas tree, lights, ornaments and fake snowman with a Menorah and shabbat candles. She’s the co-author of the new book Becoming Jewish: The Challenges, Rewards, and Paths to Conversion. On October 7th she talked with Michel Martin about her conversion, particularly just before the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur. Listen to her story here. For more information about the book or to purchase a copy click here.

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Parenting expert and  Beverly Hills family and children  psychologist shares her tips on how to raise happy, health children in a 30 minute blog radio interview with Bruce Hurwitz, Ph.D.  Take a listen here.