La vida en los tiempos del coronavirus (Life in the Time of Coronavirus)
24 min

Like many others around the world, Spanish speakers on both sides of the Atlantic have responded to the coronavirus pandemic with exceptional acts of courage and kindness. In this special episode, we’ll hear stories of people who have stepped up to serve their communities with creativity, ingenuity, and solidarity. We dedicate this episode to the global community of front line workers who have worked tirelessly to keep others safe.

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Something You Should Know
Something You Should Know
Mike Carruthers / OmniCast Media / Westwood One Podcast Network
How Your Daily Habits Impact Your Health & Are Humans Inherently Good or Evil?
Eating cereal for breakfast is a relatively new concept that really didn’t catch on until the 1940s and 50s. So where did it come from and how did it get so popular? This episode begins by answering these questions and explaining how popcorn was really the first breakfast cereal. Source: David Hoffman, author of The Breakfast Cereal Gourmet (  You make a lot of decisions as you go through the day such as when to have your first cup of coffee, whether to sit or stand, how much water to drink and should you eat breakfast or not. How do you know if you are making the right decisions? Stuart Farrimond, M.D. is here to explain these and other daily decisions that can affect your health. Stuart is the author of Live Your Best Life: 162 Reasons to Rethink Your Daily Routine ( Is the meat people eat okay to give dogs? After all, a lot of people give their dogs meat. But should you do it or could it cause harm to your dog? Listen as I explore this question as well as explain what your dog thinks about all day long. Source: Paulette Cooper-Noble author of Dog Secrets: Fun & Fascinating Things Your Dogs Wants You To Know ( Are humans good or evil? Are we programmed to be kind or are we more likely to act in our own self-interest? Historian Rutger Bregman joins me to take a serious look at human nature and what sets us apart from other animals. Rutger is the author of Humankind: A Hopeful History ( and he has some surprising insight into what makes us tick. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! One platform, better teamwork - First 2 weeks free! Download Best Fiends FREE today on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Shop, Save & Stay Well - Join for free at or 1-800-BUY DELL for the best savings available now! Use Promo Code: SYSK to get $50 off orders of $500 or more at! Get great cardio and strength training! Go to for free shipping and a gift worth $109 Get 12 weeks of The New Yorker magazine for just $6 and a free tote bag at and use Promo Code: SOMETHING Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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