Food Commercials vs. Real Life. Mind. Blown. Who knew? Today's "Video Of The Day"!
Playlist for Wednesday, August 21, 2019
- All Mixed Up - 311
- High & Dry - Def Leppard
- Stayed Awake All Night - Krokus
- Something About You - Level 42
- Strip That Down - Liam Payne/Quavo
- Sweet Thing - Keith Urban
- Your Love - Outfield
- Bounce - Calvin Harris
- Zombie - Cranberries
- Butterfly - Crazytown
- Awake - Godsmak
- Rumors - Timex Social Club
- Only Human - Jonas Brothers
- Midnight City - M83
- Rest In Peace - Extreme
- Light Em Up - Fall Out Boy
- Talking In Your Sleep - Romantics
- Dreamweaver - Gary Wright
- How We Do - Game/50 Cent
- Nuttin But Love - Heavy D
- Four In The Morning - Night Ranger
- You're The Best Thing About Me - U2
- Once In A Lifetime - Talking Heads
- Abacab (Three Sides Live) - Genesis
- Changes - David Bowie
- Leave It - Yes
- Stay - Zedd
- Best Of Both Worlds - Van Halen
- Here Comes The Hotstepper - Ini Kamozi
- Boulevard - Jackson Browne
- Learning To Fly - Tom Petty & The Heartbreaker
- Hot Hot Hot! - Buster Poindexter
- Insane In The Brain - Cypress Hill
Again, a missile test has drawn international attention, but this time it's not North Korea, but the United States. What are two of the world's superpowers saying about the test, and how might they react? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer breaks it down with Joe.
In the beginning of the school year, students at San Mateo High School will be receiving their school books and a Yondr pouch. The pouch is the newest technology that creates a phone-free space for artists, students and individuals looking to experience events or classes without the distraction of cellphones. The phone slides into the pouch and is locked through a magnetic device. The assistant principal of the high school ran a pilot project last year with 20 students and decided to do a school-wide, bell to bell program for this school year, keeping the pouch locked until the final bell rings. ABC's Cheri Preston is following and joins Joe.
The consequences of sleep deprivation are well established – reduced productivity, an increased chance of accidents and just plain grumpiness – but a new study in the journal Sleep suggests that getting less than six hours a night is almost as bad as getting no sleep at all. The problem is that people who consistently get six hours or less believe that they’re doing just fine, even if testing shows their cognitive function is suffering. ABC's Jim Ryan looked over the numbers and breaks it down with Joe.
Everyone is back to school, but effects from new changes may be starting to show. How should you deal with these? Dr. Charles Pemberton with Louisville Dimensions Family Therapy has an idea and breaks it down with Joe.