The Feifer story continues...

A new year, and another in the bin with our friend Lynne. 

(Back row L-R)Todd Norris, Mark Honer, Bryce Benlon of DHTV Digital. (Front row L-R) Lynne Feifer, 365 Days of Baking and More, Donna Moenning, LookEast.

(Back row L-R)Todd Norris, Mark Honer, Bryce Benlon of DHTV Digital. (Front row L-R) Lynne Feifer, 365 Days of Baking and More, Donna Moenning, LookEast.

Continuing from our previous story, "Be ready to grin, 'cause here comes Lynne", we were joined by the familiar Lynne Feifer (365 Days of Baking and More) again this week focusing on the subject of food and science, the common denominator being health, and disease prevention. Working with veteran video producer and communications strategist Donna Moenning of LookEast, this week's shoots were smooth and productive.

These days more than ever, people all over the world (with the help of social media) have joined to better improve our food intake and energy output, and be all around safer and more responsible as people. It's no secret that there's an ever-growing fad in seeking out ways to not only reduce our carbon footprint, but also to use the technology available to insure a safe and vibrant planet for our future generations.

This week's run consisted of stopping by Children's Mercy Kansas City to sit down with Dr. Nazia Tabassum on the more medical side of things, specifically the facts on genetic diseases that are becoming more and more curable by way of scientific research and trials.

Along with the visit to Childrens Mercy, we also spent some time with Lynne's friend Erin Brenneman, Iowa farmer, via Skype on farming and agriculture, and where health and science plays its vital role there.

 

Stay tuned with us to find out where it all goes from here.

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