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  • newBlandino explains accuracy of Chiefs holding call

    Blandino explains accuracy of Chiefs holding call

    The outrage over the holding call that wiped out what would have been a game-tying two-point conversion last Sunday night in Kansas City was entertaining but, ultimately, not accurate. Chiefs left tackle Eric Fisher held Steelers linebacker James Harrison. In his weekly officiating video, NFL senior V.P. of officiating Dean Blandino confirmed the accuracy of…
    - 2 hours ago, 21 Jan 17, 2:01pm -
  • Travis Kelce fined for ripping ref

    Travis Kelce fined for ripping ref

    After the Chiefs lost to the Steelers on Sunday, Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce ripped referee Carl Cheffers, saying Cheffers “shouldn’t be able to wear a zebra jersey,” even at Foot Locker. The NFL was not amused. A league source tells PFT that Kelce has been fined for criticizing Cheffers. Although we have not…
    - 1 day ago, 20 Jan 17, 3:32pm -
  • Travis Kelce fined for shoving Ross Cockrell

    Travis Kelce fined for shoving Ross Cockrell

    Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce ripped the officials in last Sunday’s playoff loss to the Steelers for a holding call on left tackle Eric Fisher on a two-point conversion attempt in the fourth quarter and said that referee Carl Cheffers wasn’t fit to wear a striped shirt for Foot Locker. The NFL has a different…
    - 1 day ago, 20 Jan 17, 2:01pm -
  • No fines for Chiefs-Steelers post-game skirmish

    No fines for Chiefs-Steelers post-game skirmish

    Although it didn’t get a lot of attention in the media, a skirmish broke out between players on the Chiefs and Steelers after Sunday night’s playoff game. The league office didn’t pay it any mind, either: PFT has confirmed that none of the players involved were fined. Chiefs defensive backs Terrance Mitchell and Marcus Peters…
    - 1 day ago, 20 Jan 17, 1:39pm -
  • Report: Chiefs G.M. is “best bet” to be next Packers G.M.

    Report: Chiefs G.M. is “best bet” to be next Packers G.M.

    The Packers are going to keep at least one of their top personnel lieutenants, but the future of their General Manager job could be decided from outside the organization. With Eliot Wolf pulling out of the derby to become the 49ers General Manager and Brian Gutekunst reportedly the favorite for the job, one of the potential…
    - 1 day ago, 20 Jan 17, 5:28am -
  • Hall of Fame obtains full Super Bowl I post-game audio

    Hall of Fame obtains full Super Bowl I post-game audio

    The Pro Football Hall of Fame has obtained a full audio recording of the post-game show following Super Bowl I, and it’s a fascinating 30 minutes for anyone who’s interested in the history of football. Pat Summerall, who was then 36 years old and recently retired as a player, handled the post-game proceedings and deftly…
    - 2 days ago, 19 Jan 17, 3:04pm -
  • Broncos hire Brock Olivo as special teams coach

    Broncos hire Brock Olivo as special teams coach

    The Broncos interviewed Chiefs special teams coach Dave Toub for their head coaching opening. They hired his assistant to be one of their assistants. According to Mike Klis of KUSA, the Broncos are hiring Brock Olivo to coach their special teams. Olivo played four years in the NFL with the Lions, and has worked for…
    - 2 days ago, 19 Jan 17, 8:23am -
  • Carl Cheffers set to referee the Super Bowl

    Carl Cheffers set to referee the Super Bowl

    The referee who made the most controversial penalty call of the playoffs will referee the Super Bowl. Carl Cheffers, who threw the holding flag on Chiefs left tackle Eric Fisher that negated Kansas City’s game-tying two-point conversion against the Steelers, has been given the Super Bowl assignment, according to FootballZebras.com. That won’t sit well with…
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 3:46pm -
  • Sean Davis says he was fined for hit on Chris Conley

    Sean Davis says he was fined for hit on Chris Conley

    Steelers safety Sean Davis got flagged for a hit to the head of Chiefs wide receiver Chris Conley last Sunday night and said Wednesday that he has been fined by the league. Davis said he was fined around $24,000 — the NFL’s fine schedule calls for a $24,309 fine for a first helmet-to-helmet hit —…
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 2:40pm -
  • Panthers kick the tires on quarterback Aaron Murray

    Panthers kick the tires on quarterback Aaron Murray

    Quarterback Aaron Murray was on three teams during an 11-day stretch of September, and is continuing his efforts to turn up with as many teams as possible. Via Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, the former fifth-round pick from Georgia is working out for the Panthers today. They don’t particularly need anything other than a…
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 5:50am -

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  • Wednesday night open thread

    Wednesday night open thread

    What’s everyone up to tonight?
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 4:50pm -
  • This answer would be Chiefs if the question were asked last week

    This answer would be Chiefs if the question were asked last week

    The NFL put this tweet out yesterday:If you take away all 4 QBs…Which remaining playoff team is the best? https://t.co/tImb30HqBi #DDFP pic.twitter.com/moDlg6PtzZ— NFL (@NFL) January 18, 2017Why you gotta wait until now to ask that question? If they had asked this about the playoff quarterbacks last week, the Chiefs would have been the answer. The Steelers have are more loaded at the top with Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell and the Patriots are really well-coached but the Chiefs have the best roster. At least that’s what I keep telling myself.
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 1:50pm -
  • Chiefs 2017 free agents highlighted by Eric Berry, Dontari Poe

    Chiefs 2017 free agents highlighted by Eric Berry, Dontari Poe

    The Kansas City Chiefs have a few free agents to think about. The big ones are the ones you already know about: Eric Berry and Dontari Poe. Those are pretty much the only “big” free agents for the Chiefs to worry about this year. But they are indeed big. Let’s look at this year’s crop of free agents (the list comes via Over The Cap): S Eric Berry: It’s not quite Justin Houston’s 22 sacks in a contract year but it’s close. The Chiefs will have to overpay because they can’t let Berry walk. He has them here. NT Dontari Poe: Good player who does a lot but where do the Chie…
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 11:40am -
  • Kansas City Chiefs will roll over about $5 million in salary cap space

    Kansas City Chiefs will roll over about $5 million in salary cap space

    The Kansas City Chiefs will have about $5 million in extra salary cap space for the 2017 season. The NFLPA released the amount of cap space each team will roll over from 2016. For the Chiefs, that number is $5,002,168. The average is over $9 million so this is actually on the low end. $5 million is still something. That buys you a Dustin Colquitt or a Ron Parker. That’s nothing compared to the Browns, who have $50 million in rollover cap space. $50 million! The Titans aren’t far behind with $39 million. (No, I don’t know yet how much cap space the Chiefs will have…
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 10:06am -
  • The Chiefs pursuing Tony Romo would be a distraction to a draft pick

    The Chiefs pursuing Tony Romo would be a distraction to a draft pick

    I don’t expect the Chiefs to get Tony Romo. I don’t think I even want them to get him mostly because I couldn’t trust him to be healthy. As I tell the 11-month old Heir To The Arrowhead Pride Empire when he bumps his head, the best ability is availability. Would the Chiefs have beaten the Steelers with Romo? Maybe. More likely it would’ve been Foles playing because Romo got hurt in Week 8. The Chiefs have invested in backup quarterbacks but Alex Smith, while not perfect, has been available for the most part the past four years. As the Chiefs have learned the past two postseasons,…
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 9:20am -
  • Bill Belichick with an unfortunate truth about the Chiefs and Cowboys

    Bill Belichick with an unfortunate truth about the Chiefs and Cowboys

    The Kansas City Chiefs didn’t get their shot at the New England Patriots but they were still a topic of conversation at Bill Belichick’s press conference as the Patriots prepare to face the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend.Belichick was asked about the impact of playing at home. This is the time when Andy Reid would praise Chiefs fans and talk about the sea of red and how important they are.Belichick goes another route: Belichick when asked to discuss the importance of having the home crowd behind them: “I don’t know. Go ask Dallas and Kansas City.” …Oof.— Jeff Darling…
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 9:01am -
  • Chris Jones is already the Chiefs best player in the front seven, PFF says

    Chris Jones is already the Chiefs best player in the front seven, PFF says

    What if I told you Dontari Poe was the lowest graded player on the Kansas City Chiefs front seven? That’s what Pro Football Focus says in their front seven rankings. They give the top grade to Chris Jones and the lowest to Poe. It’s tough to grade the Chiefs front seven because of all the injuries. They were bad against the run which isn’t a surprise with Justin Houston and Derrick Johnson not playing (surprisingly they even struggled with DJ). The defensive line lost Allen Bailey and Jaye Howard but they “found” Chris Jones and Rakeem Nunez-Roches.You know what’s funny ab…
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 8:30am -
  • Spencer Ware apologizes to Chiefs fans for playoff loss, talks new brand, Super Bowl pick

    Spencer Ware apologizes to Chiefs fans for playoff loss, talks new brand, Super Bowl pick

    Chiefs RB Spencer Ware partnered with Beastmode’s brand to launch his own brand, Yes Lawd. He has some clothes and hats he’s selling at a store in Kansas City called Volume1ne in Westport (and online). I met him down there on Tuesday to talk to him about Yes Lawd and the Chiefs playoff loss. Video here and a few notes below that. Hanging out with Spencer Ware at Volume1ne in Westport. Come on by before 5! Give me questions .... find his stuff here https://beastmodeonline.comPosted by Arrowhead Pride: For Kansas City Chiefs Fans on Tuesday, January 17, 2017On the brand Yes Law…
    - 3 days ago, 18 Jan 17, 6:41am -

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  • Chiefs' Smith not concussed according to team athletic trainer
    One day after the Kansas City Chiefs reported quarterback Alex Smith exited the game against Indianapolis with a concussion, the team reversed course, stating Smith passed the league’s protocol tests and showed no symptoms of a concussion.“We don’t think that either episode he had a concussion,” said Rick Burkholder, the team’s head athletic trainer.read more
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  • Jaguars' coach Gus Bradley felt offense 'needed to be stimulated'
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — After watching his offense mostly struggle for seven games, Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley lost faith that coordinator Greg Olson could turn it around.So Bradley made a change. Bradley fired Olson on Saturday, two days after an embarrassing loss at Tennessee in which the Jaguars (2-5) failed to score in the first half for the third time this season.Bradley addressed the move Monday, calling it difficult but necessary.read more
    - 82 days ago, 31 Oct 16, 1:55pm -
  • Jaguars' Blake Bortles bringing in QB guru to help with mechanics; Jags play Chiefs Sunday
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles is getting some much-needed help with his mechanics.Bortles said Monday he’s bringing in Adam Dedeaux, an instructor at 3DQB in Los Angeles, to spend two days fine-tuning his throwing motion. Dedeaux and partner Tom House have helped Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Tim Tebow and other NFL quarterbacks in recent years. Bortles has spent time with them, too, but he normally does it during the offseason.read more
    - 82 days ago, 31 Oct 16, 12:51pm -
  • Chiefs defend treatment of Alex Smith's injuries
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs defended their treatment of Alex Smith after he twice had his head slam into the turf in Indianapolis, saying Monday that their quarterback passed concussion tests on the sideline and in the locker room after both of the hits.Chiefs trainer Rick Burkholder also said team physicians and an independent neurologist do not believe that Smith sustained a concussion.Still, he will be evaluated by another neurologist in Kansas City this week before determining whether he can play against Jacksonville on Sunday.read more
    - 82 days ago, 31 Oct 16, 12:48pm -
  • Chiefs' Smith leaves game against Colts with apparent concussion
    INDIANAPOLIS — Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith left his team’s 30-14 win over the Indianapolis Colts twice for potential head injuries, with the second injury knocking him out of the game for good with a concussion and putting his playing status for the immediate future in doubt.Smith left the team’s first offensive possession with 11 minutes, 7 seconds remaining in the first quarter. Smith tried to scramble out of pressure, sliding to the ground for a sack at the line of scrimmage. Linebacker Edwin Jackson hit Smith as he went to the ground.read more
    - 83 days ago, 30 Oct 16, 8:03pm -
  • Backups lift Chiefs past Colts in injury-plagued win
    INDIANAPOLIS — The Kansas City Chiefs set out to exorcise demons of seasons past against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, and they did just that in a 30-14 win, although the victory may unfortunately prove costly down the road.“We understand that when this team connects on all cylinders, man we’re hard to beat,” said linebacker Dee Ford, who picked up a career-high 31/2 sacks against Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. VideoIcon:  off read more
    - 83 days ago, 30 Oct 16, 5:04pm -
  • Chiefs' defense hopes to avenge 2013 playoff loss to Colts
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Dozens of players and coaches for the Kansas City Chiefs and Indianapolis Colts recall the last time the two teams met at Lucas Oil Stadium with vastly different impressions, but the memories hurt a bit more for the members of the Chiefs’ defense, who saw a 28-point lead evaporate in the 45-44 playoff loss that ended their 2013 season.“We didn’t finish well,” defensive end Jaye Howard recalled about the game this week. “We allowed them to hang around.”read more
    - 84 days ago, 29 Oct 16, 7:15pm -
  • Chiefs' Jamaal Charles ruled out for game in Indianapolis
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles has been ruled out for Sunday’s game in Indianapolis after he experienced swelling in his surgically repaired right knee this week.Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Friday that Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West will handle running back duties against the Colts. The Chiefs recently traded backup Knile Davis to the Green Bay Packers and have no plans on elevating Darrin Reaves from the practice squad.read more
    - 85 days ago, 28 Oct 16, 3:10pm -
  • KC hopes to avoid repeat of last trip to Indianapolis
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — No member of the Kansas City Chiefs who played during Andy Reid’s first season with the team needs to be reminded of what happened the last time they traveled to Indianapolis to play the Colts. The memories of the 45-44 playoff loss concluding the 2013 season still sting and linger as though it happened yesterday.“Toughest loss ever,” linebacker Derrick Johnson said. “Losses all hurt. That one hurts just a little bit more.”Defensive tackle Dontari Poe shares the same feeling about the loss.read more
    - 86 days ago, 27 Oct 16, 6:45pm -
  • Chiefs-Colts Capsule for Sunday, October 27, 2016 game
    KANSAS CITY (4-2) at INDIANPOLIS (3-4) Noon Sunday, CBS OPENING LINE — Chiefs by 2 RECORD VS. SPREAD — Kansas City 2-4, Indianapolis 3-3-1 SERIES RECORD — Colts lead 16-8 LAST MEETING — Colts beat Chiefs 45-44, Jan. 4, 2014 LAST WEEK — Chiefs beat Saints 27-21; Colts beat Titans 34-26 AP PRO32 RANKING — Chiefs No. 7, Colts No. 21 CHIEFS OFFENSE — OVERALL (19), RUSH (18), PASS (21). CHIEFS DEFENSE — OVERALL (23), RUSH (21), PASS (19). COLTS OFFENSE — OVERALL (9), RUSH (22), PASS (7). read more
    - 86 days ago, 27 Oct 16, 4:46pm -

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  • Steelers vs Chiefs AFC Divisional Playoff Game Inactives

    Steelers vs Chiefs AFC Divisional Playoff Game Inactives

    Steelers: QB Zach Mettenberger, CB Al-Hajj Shabazz, RB Fitzgerald Toussaint, LB Anthony Chickillo, OT Brian Mihalik, TE Ladarius Green, DE Ricardo Mathews Chiefs: QB Tyler Bray, TE Ross Travis, OL Mike Person, RB Knile Davis, LB Victor Ochi, CB D.J. White, DL T.J. BarnesThe post Steelers vs Chiefs AFC Divisional Playoff Game Inactives appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
    - 6 days ago, 15 Jan 17, 5:09pm -
  • Steelers at Chiefs Thursday Injury Report

    Steelers at Chiefs Thursday Injury Report

    PITTSBURGH STEELERS   Practice Report   DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE   Wednesday RB Le’Veon Bell (not injury related), LB Anthony Chickillo (ankle), TE Ladarius Green (concussion), DE Ricardo Mathews (ankle), QB Ben Roethlisberger (foot), RB Fitzgerald Toussaint (concussion), LB Vince Williams (shoulder)   Thursday LB Anthony Chickillo (ankle), TE Ladarius Green (concussion), DE Ricardo […]The post Steelers at Chiefs Thursday Injury Report appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
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  • Chiefs RB Ware Returns to Practice, Houston Misses Practice with Knee Swelling

    Chiefs RB Ware Returns to Practice, Houston Misses Practice with Knee Swelling

    The Kansas City Chiefs got some good news Wednesday in practice, as running back Spencer Ware was back on a limited basis. The team was without linebacker Justin Houston, who also missed Sunday’s 33-10 win with swelling in his knee. Houston missed the Chiefs first nine games recovering from knee surgery. Ware left the game […]The post Chiefs RB Ware Returns to Practice, Houston Misses Practice with Knee Swelling appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
    - 23 days ago, 29 Dec 16, 8:40am -
  • Raiders vs Chiefs NFL Week 14 Capsule

    Raiders vs Chiefs NFL Week 14 Capsule

    OAKLAND RAIDERS (10-2) AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (9-3) REGULAR SEASON SERIES RAIDERS CHIEFS SERIES LEADER   59-51-2 STREAKS   Past 4 COACHES VS. OPP. Jack Del Rio: 3-5 Andy Reid: 7-3 LAST WEEK W 38-24 vs. Buffalo W 29-28 at Atlanta LAST GAME 10/16/16: Chiefs 26 at Raiders 10. Kansas City RB Spencer Ware has […]The post Raiders vs Chiefs NFL Week 14 Capsule appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
    - 46 days ago, 6 Dec 16, 8:07pm -
  • Big Day for Berry as Chiefs Rally for Big 29-28 Win over Atlanta

    Big Day for Berry as Chiefs Rally for Big 29-28 Win over Atlanta

    Eric Berry returned an interception for a touchdown, and then brought back another pick for a 2-point conversion that gave the Chiefs an improbable 29-28 victory over the Falcons on Sunday. The Falcons, rallying from a 27-16 deficit, went ahead 28-27 on Matt Ryan’s 5-yard touchdown pass to Aldrick Robinson with 4:32 remaining. Atlanta decided […]The post Big Day for Berry as Chiefs Rally for Big 29-28 Win over Atlanta appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
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  • Chiefs at Falcons NFL Week 13 Capsule

    Chiefs at Falcons NFL Week 13 Capsule

    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (8-3) AT ATLANTA FALCONS (7-4) REGULAR SEASON SERIES   CHIEFS FALCONS SERIES LEADER 5-3   STREAKS   Past 2 COACHES VS. OPP. Andy Reid: 6-3 Dan Quinn: 0-0 LAST WEEK W 30-27 (OT) at Denver W 38-19 vs. Arizona LAST GAME 9/9/12: Falcons 40 at Chiefs 24. Atlanta QB Matt Ryan passes […]The post Chiefs at Falcons NFL Week 13 Capsule appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
    - 53 days ago, 29 Nov 16, 9:35pm -
  • Andy Reid Not Worried About the Struggles of QB Alex Smith

    Andy Reid Not Worried About the Struggles of QB Alex Smith

    Chiefs head coach Andy Reid says he is not worried about the performance of veteran quarterback Alex Smith despite his recent slump according to Adam Teicher of ESPN. “I think Alex is OK,” Reid said. “We’ve had a couple of weeks here when we’ve been in a little bit of a slump and we’ve got […]The post Andy Reid Not Worried About the Struggles of QB Alex Smith appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
    - 60 days ago, 22 Nov 16, 8:18am -
  • Chiefs Upset at Home by Tampa Bay 19-17 to Fall to 7-3

    Chiefs Upset at Home by Tampa Bay 19-17 to Fall to 7-3

    Jameis Winston sliced up a Kansas City defense missing top cornerback Marcus Peters, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers held on for a 19-17 victory Sunday that snapped the Chiefs’ five-game winning streak. Winston threw for 331 yards to help set up four field goals by Roberto Aguayo, and hit tight end Robert Cross for a […]The post Chiefs Upset at Home by Tampa Bay 19-17 to Fall to 7-3 appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
    - 62 days ago, 20 Nov 16, 4:08pm -
  • Buccaneers vs Chiefs NFL Week 11 Inactives

    Buccaneers vs Chiefs NFL Week 11 Inactives

    Buccaneers: QB Ryan Griffin, OL Kevin Pamphile, OL Evan Smith, RB Jacquizz Rodgers, OT Leonard Wester, DT Sealver Siliga, DT John Hughes Chiefs: CB Marcus Peters, WR Jeremy Maclin, RB Bishop Sankey, QB Tyler Bray, OL Mike Person, DL Jaye Howard, LB Dadi NicolasThe post Buccaneers vs Chiefs NFL Week 11 Inactives appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
    - 62 days ago, 20 Nov 16, 9:33am -
  • Chiefs Rally From Down 17 to Top Panthers 20-17 to Improve to 7-2

    Chiefs Rally From Down 17 to Top Panthers 20-17 to Improve to 7-2

    Marcus Peters stripped Kelvin Benjamin with 20 seconds left, Cairo Santos kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired, and the Chiefs overcame a 17-point deficit to top the Panthers 20-17 on Sunday. The game was tied when Benjamin caught a pass from Cam Newton, and Peters ripped the ball from his arms. Santos’ fourth […]The post Chiefs Rally From Down 17 to Top Panthers 20-17 to Improve to 7-2 appeared first on Chiefs Gab.
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  • What is the latest research and care for Huntington disease? Find out on the Vibrant Gene!

    What is the latest research and care for Huntington disease?  Find out on the Vibrant Gene!

    Huntington Disease (HD) is a genetic disorder that affects over 30,000 people in the United States. It is a progressive neurological condition that typically strikes people in the prime of their lives. Huntington disease has been equated to having Lou Gherig, Parkinson and Alzheimer diseases— all simultaneously.   But hope is rising.  Families can get genetic... Read more »
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  • FRAXA: searching for answers to the leading cause of inherited autism

    FRAXA: searching for answers to the leading cause of inherited autism

    As a genetic counselor who focuses on preventative care, I am asked regularly about autism.  What causes autism?  How can I get screened for autism?  Am I at risk of having a baby with autism?  Autism is considered a complex condition, with a myriad of possible risk factors.  However, there is one exception; the most... Read more »
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  • Next on CCTV: CranioSacral Therapy– A Cure For Chronic Back Pain?

    Next on CCTV: CranioSacral Therapy– A Cure For Chronic Back Pain?

    This is the most personal episode of the Vibrant Gene yet. As your host, I want to share my personal story of how I recovered from years of debilitating back pain naturally, without any surgical intervention. This episode is dedicated to the wonder that is CranioSacral therapy. Our guest, Jeff Goldman, calmly walks us through... Read more »
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  • New on CCTV: Can Molecular Genetic Technologies Eradicate Tropical Disease?

    New on CCTV: Can Molecular Genetic Technologies Eradicate Tropical Disease?

    Can new developments in molecular genetics help eradicate neglected tropical diseases?  What are neglected tropical diseases?  What countries are most affected?  What can be done?   One of the most exciting developments in the history of humankind is taking place now in the area of neglected tropical disease. Yet, practically nobody knows about this inspiring... Read more »
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  • The Vibrant Gene Talk Show: What is Mindfulness?

    The Vibrant Gene Talk Show: What is Mindfulness?

    Can meditation really change your life?  What is mindfulness? What is MBSR? Find out answers to these questions and more when you tune in to our program.  In the last episode, we explored the science behind mindfulness and learned about the extraordinary health benefits associated with meditation.  Today, we will visit with a meditation instructor... Read more »
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  • Next on THE VIBRANT GENE TV: Can Meditation Change Your DNA Activity?

    Next on THE VIBRANT GENE TV: Can Meditation Change Your DNA Activity?

    Can meditation really change your life?  Can mindfulness improve your brain?  Can it alter your DNA expression?   Find out answers to these questions and many more when you tune in to our program.  In this two-part series, we will explore the science behind mindfulness.  In part two, we will visit with a meditation instructor... Read more »
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  • THE VIBRANT GENE Talk Show: Genomic Sequencing For Newborns?

    THE VIBRANT GENE Talk Show: Genomic Sequencing For Newborns?

    Testing a newborn’s DNA could identify health risks, providing an early alert for parents and health providers. What are parents’ experiences with learning this information?     Short on time?  Here’s a teaser:     A research project at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital is exploring what may be the next generation... Read more »
    - 22 Mar 16, 1:02pm -
  • Vibrant Gene’s 5 Minutes of Zen – With Dan Boyne

    Vibrant Gene’s 5 Minutes of Zen – With Dan Boyne

    Need a moment to catch your breath? Allow Dan to walk you through a 5 minute guided relaxing meditation. This meditation is especially great if you have tired feet or have overly exerted yourself.   Why are we promoting meditation? Stress impacts your genes and how they function, a process also known as epigenetics. Taking... Read more »
    - 2 Mar 16, 12:28pm -
  • Next on CCTV – The Zika Virus

    Next on CCTV – The Zika Virus

    The Zika virus has been declared an international public health emergency, with outbreaks across Latin America and the Caribbean. Now the virus is in our own backyard.   Did you miss it live?  Here’s the recording on our YouTube station:  (Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel!)   How can you protect yourself from infection?  Planning... Read more »
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  • Gene Editing: A Cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy?

    Gene Editing: A Cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy?

    Gene Editing was one of the hottest genetic news topics in 2015.  A simple, powerful emergent technology (called CRISPR-Cas9) made this once elusive goal suddenly a reality for nearly any laboratory.   Find out how a laboratory at Harvard University is using gene editing to treat mice with a genetic muscle disease (Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy). Join... Read more »
    - 8 Feb 16, 12:11pm -

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  • newTravis Kelce fined $21,615 for shoving player, calling out ref
    Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is developing quite the reputation as a hothead, and as a result he’s becoming accustomed to dropping some cash into the NFL’s swear jar.Following a couple of incidents that occurred during and after the Chiefs’ devastating loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday night, Kelce has been fined a total $21,615, per ESPN’s Adam Teicher.The first incident involved Kelce straight-up shoving Steelers defensive back Ross Cockrell to the ground after a play (watch the dirty play here). Frustrated after a couple of drops cost his team a chance to scor…
    - 5 hours ago, 21 Jan 17, 10:58am -
  • The AFC Championship’s two most important players
    Come playoff time, all 53 players on every roster are going to be important and play some role. However, not all players are of equal importance. Some guys are going to do minor things to help a team win, while others are going to play major roles.Here are the two players in the AFC Championship Game that are most vital to their team earning a victory and a spot in Super Bowl LI. New England Patriots QB Tom Brady Brady was bad in the divisional round against the Texans. In fact, he was so bad that if the Patriots had played a real playoff team they would have lost. Brady completed just 47.4 pe…
    - 1 day ago, 20 Jan 17, 7:15am -
  • Over a dozen Steelers players dealing with the flu
    There’s never a good time for an NFL team to be dealing with a flu bug. Preparing for the AFC Championship game, the Pittsburgh Steelers are going through it at the absolute worst time. But coach Mike Tomlin insists that the team will be ready to go on Sunday.“I’m just thankful that I’ve stayed out of the line of fire,â€* Tomlin said, per Jeremy Fowler, ESPN. “We’re not making excuses. There won’t be. We’ll be there, we’ll be ready to play, this is just part of normal things that happen over the course of a season.â€*Fowler cit…
    - 2 days ago, 19 Jan 17, 1:48pm -
  • Kansas City Chiefs: Falling just short
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  • NFL selects referee Carl Cheffers to officiate Super Bowl LI
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  • Andy Reid: Chiefs can win with Alex Smith
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  • Chiefs face crucial roster decisions this offseason
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  • Chiefs' Reid questions costly holding call on Fisher
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  • Chiefs' Andy Reid believes holding should have been no-call
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  • Chris Conley hit in helmet by Sean Davis
    Sean Davis was called for an unnecessary roughness penalty in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s Steelers-Chiefs playoff game after a helmet-to-helmet hit on Chris Conley.The Chiefs were facing a long third down and threw over the middle towards the goal line. Conley dropped the pass — but it was clear why. He was hit in the head by Davis:That helmet to helmet on Conley made me cringe.. #PITvsKC pic.twitter.com/N0JmdN25Bz— Casey Jones (@___caseyjones) January 16, 2017Davis was flagged for an illegal hit for hitting a defenseless receiver. That set up a first down for Kansas City, and t…
    - 6 days ago, 15 Jan 17, 8:09pm -

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