Raphael Hillyer, Teacher, Mentor, and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Tips Blog/Article for March 2019

Our Radio Show and blog celebrate the extraordinary life and work of Raphael Hillyer, teacher, mentor, and musician. Included are two articles on the power of classical music for education and healing. Our article of the month is “Spread Good Will” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. March is music

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Dr. Rene Laennec, French Physician, Researcher, Teacher & Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Blog/Article for February 2019

Dr. Rene Laennec, French Physician, Researcher, Teacher & Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Blog/Article for February 2019 Our Radio Show and blog celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Dr.Rene Laennec, French physician, inventor of the Stethoscope, researcher, teacher, musician, and husband. Our article of the month is “Leaders Walk Slowly” by

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Dr. Edward Jenner, Physician, Researcher & Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Blog/Article for January 2019

Our Radio Show and blog celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Dr. Edward Jenner, English physician, created the smallpox vaccination, researcher, geologist, musician, husband and father. Our article of the month is “3 Characteristics to Help You Become a Great Generous Leader” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D. Included are 2 short articles

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Dr. William Withering, English Medical Doctor, Researcher & Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Blog/Article for December 2018

Our Radio Show and blog celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Dr. William Withering, English medical doctor who discovered digitalis, botanist, chemist, geologist, musician, husband and father. Our article of the month is “Mahatma Gandhi’s Leadership Lesson” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Included are two articles on how listening

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Dr. May Edward Chinn, Medical Doctor, Researcher, & Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Blog/Article for November 2018

Our Radio Show and blog celebrates the extraordinary life and work of trailblazer Dr.May Edward Chinn, medical doctor, cancer researcher, and musician. Our article of the month is “The Hotel that Humility Built” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Without the Waldorf Astoria Video sent by teacher and mentor Bernice Victor

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Dr. Margaret Fountain Pinkston, Chemistry & Biochemistry Professor, Mentor, and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for Oct. 2018

October 2018 is the Eleventh Anniversary of “Madeline’s One Minute Musical Radio Show” and the Twelfth Anniversary of “Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article”. This month our Radio Show and blog celebrates the life and work of Dr. Margaret Fountain Pinkston, Chemistry/Biochemistry Professor, mentor, musician, wife, mother, and grandmother. Many years ago,

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The Music & Medicine Connection: Dr. Theodor Billroth, Physician, Professor & Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for September 2018

Our blog and Radio Show for September celebrates the life and work of Dr.Theodor Billroth, physician, the father of gastrointestinal surgery, professor, musician and music critic.  Included are five articles, three on how listening to classical music can improve your health and wellbeing, “New Study Suggests Mozart

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Get Ready for Your First Day of the School Year & Dr. Monica Garnache, Dentist and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for August 2018

Our August blog features “First Day of the School Year Scripts” by Drs. Harry and Rosemary Wong to help you get ready for your new first day of school. Also included are the Wong’s lessons on “Procedures”, Dr. Frank’s, “10 Creative Ways to Inspire Students & Curb Teachers Burn Out!” and

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Dr. Lisa M. Wong, Medical Doctor, Musician, Teacher, Arts Education Advocate: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for July 2018

Our Radio Show and blog celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Dr. Lisa M. Wong, medical doctor, musician, teacher, author, wife, mother, and “passionate arts education advocate”. Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, chemists, mathematicians, writers, and teachers have studied and played musical instruments since

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