|Accessibility and efficiency are at the corer of new home design.|
Friday, December 19, 2014
These new reports will highlight how engineers and designers are working with contractors and architects to create the new American home. Subtle changes inside like wider doors and hallways, lower light switches, and door hardware that is easier to operate is making the home simpler to navigate for people with mobility issues. Wheelchairs can now move freely down halls and through doors and people can operate electrical switches from a seated position.
While universal design addresses the needs of homeowners with disabilities, other improvements address the needs of all homeowners through lower energy costs. New approaches to insulation materials are also helping to lower energy bills by cutting the use of heaters and air conditioners, which can have a big impact on energy costs each year.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
|The dream of a family is elusive for some couples.|
Reproductive Medicine Associates of Pennsylvania (RMAPA) helps couples who are having trouble conceiving. There are many reasons couples may have difficulty, and through extensive testing doctors can often identify the causes of these problems and then offer therapies and procedures that help people finally have children. Ovulation induction, in vitro fertilization, and artificial insemination are often employed to help people get pregnant, and these therapies have terrific success rates in many patients.
One in six couples in America faces fertility issues. For women over 35, they should try for about a year before seeing a specialist. For women over 40, this period drops to about six months. Once under the care of a specialist, the mystery of infertility can often be unlocked.
The In View series with Larry King is taking a look at how innovation in medicine is giving people the families they always wanted. To see this latest report, check local listings to find out when the show will air in individual markets on networks like Discovery and Fox Business.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
In View hosted by Larry King is proud to announce the program’s most recent airing on cable television networks around the country. This latest edition of the show takes a look at how Phillips Hospital and Banner Health are partnering to provide better care for patients in the healthcare setting.
New products and services are helping to increase efficiency inside the hospital setting. These new innovations are helping nurses work more effectively in the intensive care unit while also enhancing patients outcomes.
These new products and services are improving clinical outcomes while also reducing readmissions and cutting operating costs. The partnership brings Banner’s interest in bringing high-quality care to patients with Phillips’ knowledge of technology in intensive care settings. The technology helps to identify patients who are at risk for deteriorating conditions, allowing doctors and nurses to address the needs of those patients.
The In View series covers a number of topics for cable television audiences. The show covers advances in science, business, and the medical field. The program also looks at new education innovations and other topics that are shaping our world. To find out when the show airs in markets around the country, check local listings.
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
In View Host Conducted Many Memorable Interviews
Larry King has a legendary broadcasting career that stretches back to humble beginnings in 1957. Over the years, King, who now hosts the In View series, has performed an estimated 60,000 interviews. His guests have ranged from politicos and corporate leaders to actors and musicians and anyone in between, particularly if they’re involved in a scandal. Because of his style, people who might not ordinarily consent to an interview were still willing to meet with King. In all of the decades of Larry King on TV, one of his most iconic interviews took place in 1994 when he met with notorious screen acting legend Marlon Brando at his home in Beverly Hills. King was known for going anywhere for an interview, which is one of the reasons he was favorable with typically shy figures like Brando.
Host has Demonstrated Adaptability
The interview itself was fairly unproductive. Brando seemed to avoid answering questions about his career and divert attention to his dog. King rolled with it, and the meeting between the two culminated in one of the most interesting moments in television history. As they were wrapping up the interview, Brando requested a peck on the lips and proceeded to kiss Larry King on TV. Perhaps most impressive was the way King handled the iconic moment, by happily agreeing. King has conducted many notable interviews in his extensive history, but none may be as renowned as his encounter with Brando. King’s ability to roll with the punches and adapt made him appealing to members of the In View Larry King producer team as they searched for an ideal host.
Friday, April 25, 2014
Producers Find Interesting Stories Nationwide
The production team behind the acclaimed In View series recognized the importance of finding a respected and revered host for the In View show. In addition to finding a suitable host, the In View Series producer team also develops content for the TV program, which reaches millions of TV households on various cable television outlets.
The In View Larry King producer group identifies suitable stories across American life to feature on the program. Producers for the program discover stories about health, technology, business, the environment, medicine and other subjects to present on the In View series hosted by Larry King.
Host Started Career in RadioFamed talk show host Larry King wasn’t always in front of the camera. Long before joining the In View hosted by Larry King TV series, King got his start in broadcasting by working in radio. After being hired onto a small station in Miami, King worked his way up from maintenance crew member to disc jockey. Being on air also gave him the opportunity to flex his live broadcasting muscles. He started by reporting on current events and sports before taking an interest in interviewing. King loved talking to anyone he met, and he eventually crossed paths with singer Bobby Darin. Darin was the first celebrity King interviewed. Afterward, the public started taking a major interest in King and his radio show. While still working in Miami, King also seized the opportunity to serve as moderator on a local television show. This gave him invaluable experience in arbitrating debates on current events. He would go onto facilitate conversations between major political players.
After his work in Miami, King went onto host a national nightly radio program in 1978. He was on air from coast to coast covering a variety of topics. King would interview guests by himself and also invite callers’ questions during the segment. After the interviews, he and callers would discuss a wide range of topics while King offered his own insight. His radio program grew to include over 500 affiliates as more and more people took an interest in Larry King.