Alfred Turner

The Fox Squirrel

By Alfred Turner

An Eastern Fox Squirrel.

The Fox Squirrel is significantly larger than the more common Gray Squirrel.

Big Changes in Hearing Aids

By Alfred Turner

Michael Arndt

You may have heard recently that hearing aids are going to soon be available over the counter.  Will this be a big disruptor to the hearing industry? Our next guest says yes, but he also adds that much confusion could also result and he says there are other big changes coming to that industry that have not been given much press yet.

Mike Switzer interviews Michael Arndt, owner of Digital Hearing Outlet in Lexington, SC.

Women's Professional Tennis Returns to Daniel Island

By Alfred Turner

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Springtime in South Carolina brings warmer weather and our first big national sporting event for the year.  It’s tennis time in the Lowcountry when the world’s top women players will be in our state competing for ranking points and big money. Mike Switzer interviews Bob Moran, tournament director at the Volvo Car Open coming to Daniel Island, SC March 30-April 7.

The Luna Moth

By Alfred Turner

Luna Moth - Actias luna.

These moths over-winter in "paper thin" cocoons on the ground.

American Bittern

By Alfred Turner

An American Bittern

You will find this bird in marshes, if you can manage to see it at all.

Putting the Winning Behavior in Motion

By Alfred Turner

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Most business owners understand that two keys to their success are customers that return to buy again and again and employees who stay with them year after year.  But our next guest says that while many of these leaders know these are key behaviors, they don’t know how to implement them.

Mike Switzer interviews Dr. Daisy White, president of White Ridgely Associates in Okatie, SC.

Pharyngeal Teeth

By Alfred Turner

Pharyngeal Teeth

A listener finds some "jaws" on the shore of Lake Hatwell, which are actually pharyngeal teeth, found in certain species of Carp.

Catheter Technology From MUSC Wins Grant

By Alfred Turner

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Our state’s research universities are constantly looking for ways to monetize their research and a recent example just came across our radar screen.  A Lowcountry company recently received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue developing a double-balloon catheter using technology licensed from the Medical University of South Carolina.

Mike Switzer interviews Cephus E. Simmons, Sr., founder & CEO of SealCath in Mt. Pleasant, SC.

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