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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, October 31st

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On today's show: We'll begin our election preview by hearing from two of the four candidates in a special election for U.S. Senate. Then, a Delta hospital facing bankruptcy appears to be set for local takeover. Plus, on this trick-or-treat day, some tips on keeping your kids from bingeing on the candy they collect. And more on how women can take breast health into their own hands.

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Southern Remedy | Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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Dr. Jimmy Stewart takes you calls and questions from all over Mississippi and surrounding areas concerning any and everything that's ailing you. It's this week's Southern Remedy - where the doctor is always in.

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Nightmare Fixes

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Every fix does not always go as planned and today's show starts with two repair stories that are sure to make your wallet cringe in fear. Also later the debate between gas and propane makes another appearance on the show.

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Thacker Mountain Radio Hour | Saturday, November 3, 2018 | Daniel Mason

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This Saturday at 7 p.m.: love (and one huge mistake) during wartime, a rootsy Carolina songstress, plus Mississippi “cotton country”! Featuring author Daniel Mason and musical guests Alexa Rose and Zach Day. Hosted by Jim Dees and the Yalobushwhackers.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, October 30th

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On today's show: Mississippi Faith leaders are coming together on the heels of tragic events across the country. We'll hear their message of unity. Then, a new study suggests a link between youth obesity and screen time. And we'll learn how a volunteer program continues to promote literacy in Mississippi after 20 years of service.

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Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | Tuesday, October 30, 2018

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Whether we love or hate to experience fear, it’s clear that we revere it as a culture since we dedicate an entire Holiday to the celebration of fear, Halloween. Are you one who is exhilarated by fear or do you avoid it at all costs? Why are we so different?

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Play and Learn Science Workshop

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Early STEM education is important in nurturing each child’s curiosity and supporting creative learning. The Play and Learn Science series is designed to nurture early STEM learning in children ages 3-5. This project is funded by a Ready To Learn grant provided by the Department of Education to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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In Legal Terms: When does the attorney client relationship start?

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An attorney has duties towards their client but when do those duties start?

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‘Concussion: A Game Changer’ premieres Nov. 16 on MPB Television

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In a new Southern Remedy two-part documentary titled “Concussion: A Game Changer,” young and older athletes, including football Hall of Famer Brett Favre, discuss how concussions changed their lives. Medical experts explain the serious health effects of concussions, and advocates discuss what is being done to keep players safe.

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Money Talks: Healthcare.gov

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Get Covered Mississippi! representatives were guests on Money Talks. The Navigators for healthcare.gov explained how to sign up beginning November 1st, 2018.

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