IHeart Radio’s “Yak About” Dedicated to the “4664” Boomer Population

Yak About & the Baby Boomer The Yak About broadcasts deliver on air and online conversations, interviews and stories engaging the Baby Boomer Generation and beyond with discussions, tips and information. Hosted by an authentic conversationalist, intuitive listener and a boomer himself, David Yakir brings a genuine, down to earth and disarming personality that talks with his audience and his guests with out talking at them. David shares Engagement, Education, Enjoyment & Empowerment on air and online for the Baby Boomer Generation delivered with humor, wit and thought.Boomers Yak About: brings stories, interviews, ideas, and common-sense conversations to spark the interest of the generation that has learned they are not old anymore. <p>With the technology of today, the opportunities are endless, the rules of aging no longer apply and the world still belongs to the Baby Boomers. “We are until we are not.” The limitations, expectations and stereotypes of the 50 plus have been removed. These shows serve as much as a reminder of that fact as a motivator for all the options available to anyone and everyone. Boomers Yak About is an interactive radio broadcast hosted on iHeart Radio and recorded in Vero Beach, Florida. Using a range of multi media and social media to complement the radio show allows the blogs, pictures, videos, additional audios and links to dig deeper in to each topic and discussion. By adding social media and continuing the discussion with additional content after every radio show allows each topic, dialog and highlight to maintain a digital endurance with an extended and expanded conversation. Boomers Yak About is your GPS guide for technology, health, medical, fitness, entrepreneurship, lifestyle & all things that mean anything to you.

What Health Screenings Do We Really Need? Phone Addiction? What is the World Wide Web?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 22:50 — 31.4MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS | MoreWhat Health Screenings Do We Really Need? Phone Addiction? What is the World Wide Web?   History of the World Wide Web The World Wide Web (WWW, W3) is an information system of interlinked hypertext documents that are accessed via the Internet. It has also commonly become known simply as the Web. Individual document pages on the World Wide Web are called web pages and are accessed with a software application running on the user’s computer, commonly called a web browser. Web pages may contain text, images, videos, and other multimedia components, as well as web navigation features consisting of hyperlinks. Tim Berners-Lee, a British computer scientist and former CERN employee, is considered the inventor of the Web. On 12 March 1989, Berners-Lee wrote a proposal for what would eventually become the World Wide Web. The 1989 proposal was meant for a more effective CERN communication system but Berners-Lee eventually realised the concept could be implemented throughout the world. Berners-Lee and Belgian computer scientist Robert Cailliau proposed in 1990 to use hypertext “to link and access information of various kinds as a web of nodes in which the user can browse at will”, and Berners-Lee finished the first website in December of that year. The first test was completed around 20 December 1990 and Berners-Lee reported about the project on the newsgroup alt.hypertext on 7 August 1991. On 30 April 1993, CERN announced that the World Wide Web would be free to anyone, with no fees due.

Apple wants its Apple Watch to be a must for Diabetics and is Poor Sleep Killing YOU! That’s what we Yak About . Today

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 22:56 — 31.5MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS | MoreApple wants its Apple Watch to be a must for Diabetics and is Poor Sleep Killing YOU! And: Apple the eco-community friendly Business The next time you tell yourself that you’ll sleep when you’re dead, realize that you’re making a decision that can make that day come much sooner. Pushing late into the night is a health and productivity killer. the Division of Sleep Medicine at the Harvard Medical School, the short-term productivity gains from skipping sleep to work are quickly washed away by the detrimental effects of sleep deprivation on your mood, ability to focus, and access to higher-level brain functions for days to come. The negative effects of sleep deprivation are so great that people who are drunk outperform those lacking sleep. For more info: Read on. # CNBC : Apple wants its watch to be essential for Diabetics     by Daniel Cooper, engadget.comApril 13, 2017 Apple is quietly developing a sensor that can monitor a person’s blood sugar levels continuously and non-invasively. If successful, the technology will be integrated into a future version of the Apple Watch to help people with diabetes manage their condition. the project was set up by Steve Jobs before his death. According to the report, Apple has quietly hired engineers to work in secret. It’s believed that the company has been so successful it is already running trials of the sensors at “clinical sites” in San Francisco’s Bay Area. In fact, progress has been so encouraging that Apple has already hired consultants to help it navigate the torturous process of getting FDA approval. There are a number of practical issues to overcome, including the fact that using optical sensors to read blood glucose is /hard/. The world is littered with companies that have tried — and failed — to use noninvasive monitoring for this particular issue. Right now, the only effective way to continuously monitor someone’s blood glucose level is with implants or other invasive tech. Continuous glucose monitors often use a stomach-based implant that connects with a transmitter that’s held on the outside of your stomach. Even new wearables like KTrack use tiny needles that burrow into the skin in order to work. According to statistics from the World Health Organization, there were 422 million people living with diabetes in 2014. That’s up from 108 million in 1980, a staggering increase for a disease that is a major cause of blindness, kidney failure, stroke and heart attacks. In addition, the better part of four million deaths per year can be directly attributed to diabetes-related conditions. If Apple can, somehow, innovate where so many others have not, then it will make the number of people who have reason to purchase a Watch increase exponentially. #Yakabout/50117 # Apple’s new Danish data center will supply heat to nearby homes, fertilizer to farmers Apple’s commitment to [environmental sustainability](https://9to5mac.com/guides/environment/) is well established, but the

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How Many Pills Are Too Many? How to Get Those Pills on the Cheap. And Oh Nuts! – That’s what we Yak About Today.

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 22:59 — 31.6MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS | MoreHow Many Pills Are Too Many? How to Get Those Pills on the Cheap. And Oh Nuts! – That’s what we Yak About Today. By Scott Gelber Popping Pills The point of prescription drugs is to help us get or feel well. Yet Americans are taking so many medications that doctors are being encouraged to pause before prescribing and think about   as well. Yet an increasing number of Americans — typically older ones with multiple chronic conditions — are taking drugs and supplements they don’t need, or so many of them that those substances are [interacting] Though many prescription drugs are highly valuable, taking them can also be dangerous, particularly taking a lot of them at once. The vast majority of higher-quality studies summarized in [a systematic review] Listen to Yak About. Today for the complete story. Blink Health Blink Health scours the Internet to find out what people are actually paying for their prescriptions. Then, in the case of generic medications, Blink Health negotiates with the pharmacy to get a certain price.** Say you need to pick up a prescription for your medication, but you have a high deductible plan that requires you to pay $3,000 out of your own pocket before your insurance starts picking up the rest of the tab. Instead of going to the pharmacy and accepting whatever price they offer (which can vary from pharmacy to pharmacy), you could download the Blink Health app, or go to the company’s website. In the app, you can find your prescription and purchase it directly through the app. Then, when you get to the pharmacy counter, you show your phone to the pharmacist who rings it up instead. There are other prescription services that can show you different retail prices, such as GoodRx. One of the biggest differences between Blink Health and those sites are that instead of possibly having to choose a different pharmacy from the one you usually go to, Blink Health users can still go to their regular pharmacy, so long as it accepts Blink Health, which more than 57,000 do. Oh Nuts! But what /exactly/ are you getting from your afternoon snack of nuts? I’ve got a few nuts for you and I’ll tell you what they do We found all that important information in an easy-to-read infographic. It breaks down the health benefits found in some of the most popular snacking nuts. Check it out:  

Is Cancer a matter of Bad Luck? Walk, Stretch or Dance? Which is Better for the Brain. We Yak About this and more.

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 23:08 — 31.8MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS | MoreIs Cancer a matter of Bad Luck? Walk, Stretch or Dance? Which is Better for the Brain. We Yak About this and more.   Without a cure in sight, cancer has become one of society’s biggest concerns. The fear of getting it is enough for many people to change their lifestyles in dramatic and meaningful ways, and even though it’s increasingly possible to beat the disease, it remains one of the biggest universal health worries. As it turns out, all that anxiety may be for nothing, as new research suggests that getting cancer is more about bad luck than lifestyle factors, though it’s still possible to lessen your overall chances. As it turns out, all that anxiety may be for nothing, as new research suggests that getting cancer is more about bad luck than lifestyle factors, though it’s still possible to lessen your overall chances. Usually Science has historically kept its distance when it comes to estimating the number of cancers that are caused by any particular factor, and what cases of the disease would have happened regardless of outside influence. Johns Hopkins University scientists published a new study in the journal Science that does exactly what researchers have avoided doing for ages, and the figures may come as a bit of a surprise. The team sought to pinpoint the cause of the genetic mutations that cause cancer, and determine what influenced the outcome. Shockingly, the data suggests that a full 66% of the mutations that eventually result in cancer are completely random errors in the DNA, with no direct cause. Environmental factors — like smoking, pollution, and all the other things we think of as being triggers for the disease — account for about 29% of cancers. The last 5% are thought to be inherited. The scientists explain that DNA mutations normally don’t occur in genes with cancer-causing ability, and therefor don’t have any negative consequences. When mutations randomly occur in certain genes, however, cancer may result, and most of the time it’s simply “bad luck.” Walk, Stretch or Dance? Dancing May Be Best for the Brain by GRETCHEN REYNOLDS, nytimes.com April 5, 2017 Could learning to dance the minuet or fandango help to protect our brains from aging? A new study that compared the neurological effects of country dancing with those of walking and other activities suggests that there may be something unique about learning a social dance. The demands it places on the mind and body could make it unusually potent at slowing some of the changes inside our skulls that seem otherwise inevitable with aging. Neuroscientists and those in middle age or beyond know that brains alter and slow as we grow older. Processing speed, which is a measure of how rapidly our brains can absorb, assess and respond to new information, seems to be particularly hard hit. Most people who are older than about

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4 Devices I Recommend For Cord Cutters (Get Rid of that cable package)

4 Devices I Recommend For Cord Cutters (Get Rid of that cable package) If you are tired of paying for the cable packages you don’t need, there really is no reason to subscribe to pay TV anymore. There are so many great services out there that stream tens of thousands of hours of content for next to nothing, and you can get all of the major networks for free in high-quality 1080p Full HD. So seriously… why are you still paying for cable? And if you shop from here, you will help sponsor the Yak About series. In this post, we’ll show you four devices that will let you cut the cord with ease. Set-Top Box First, you’ll need a streaming box so you can watch Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now and every other service. We recommend the Roku Premiere+. Roku Premiere+ Streaming Media Player Perfect for HD and 4K Ultra HD TVs, features fast quad-core processor and 802.11ac dual-band wireless. 4K Ultra HD at 60fps with four times the resolution of 1080p HD, delivering crisp detail and brilliant, life-like images. Vibrant HDR displaying an incredible range of colors, brighter whites, and deeper blacks. Enhanced point anywhere remote with headphones for private listening. Unbiased search across top channels. Find where it’s free or cheapest to watch. Antenna Next up, you’re going to need an HDTV antenna that gets you live broadcast TV in FHD from every major network for free. Vansky Indoor Amplified HDTV Antenna FREE CHANNELS — Cut the cable and get access to your local news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programs, educational programs etc., Absolutely FREE. Enjoy crystal clear HDTV shows, 720p, 1080i, 1080p | ATSC available.The Indoor TV antenna can help. 50-MILE RANGE — The Upgraded Version antenna amplifier boosts the TV antenna with better signal and butterfly pattern optimizes reception. Working frequency: VHF 174-240MHz, UHF 470-862MHz. Channel reception may vary depending on what’s broadcasting in your area, distance from broadcast towers, terrain and the surroundings. Before you buy, Check what available channels are in your area by using these websites:”antennaweb.org” or “antennapoint.com”. 16.5FT LONG COAXIAL CABLE — Makes indoor TV antenna easier for you to place it in your house to get the best reception, especially for customers whose televisions are quite far away from windows. SLIM & HIGH PERFORMANCE — Paper-thin design makes free HDTV antenna easy to lay flat on table, hide it behind the TV, or place it high on window (highly recommended). It’ll pull in hundreds of crystal clear digital & HD shows! WHAT YOU GET — Vansky Indoor HDTV Antenna with 16.5ft coax cable, USB power adapter with spare cable,Amplifier Signal Booster,Spare 3M Sticker. Together with 45 Days Money Back, One Year Guarantee and Friendly, Easy-to-reach Support. If you don’t satisfied with the channels you get, feel free to contact us.If the external amplifier can’t work as expect,You can also purchase our HDTV antenna Amplifier Signal Booster here: B01N2QRBCC Modem You’ll also definitely want to get your own cable modem since

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