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Dr. LaShawn McIver, Director of the Office of Minority Health, Centers for Medicaid and Medicare: Medicaid and CHIP Provide Vital Medical Coverage for Eligible Children and Teens to Age 19

Studies have shown that students who have health insurance, and access essential medical care, are less likely to miss class than their peers without coverage and are more likely to complete high school and graduate college. And unfortunately, there are still many who don’t have health insurance. Joining me with information about how uninsured eligible children and teens up to age 19 in families with limited incomes can get health coverage through Medicaid and CHIP, Dr. LaShawn McIver, Director of the Office of Minority Health, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).

Dr. LaShawn McIver, Director of the Office of Minority Health, Centers for Medicaid and Medicare: Medicaid and CHIP Provide Vital Medical Coverage for Eligible Children and Teens to Age 19

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Jeanneane Maxon and her physician, Dr. Karen Fink, a neuro-oncologist at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, join me to help raise awareness of glioblastoma, the latest treatments and technology available to help treat this debilitating disease. Dr. Sandy Reyna, vice president of global medical affairs, at Novartis Gene Therapies and Kathryn McBride, the parent of a son with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) talk about the importance of newborn screening for SMA and tech and digital creator, Justine Ezarik joins me to talk about smart living and how new tech habits have evolved over the past year.

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Maurice E. Jenkins, Jr., Executive Vice President,Field Development for UNCF: United Negro College Fund(UNCF)Hosting National Virtual Walk For Education

A recent UNCF survey of more than 5,000 students across 17 HBCUs found that many are dealing with difficulties such

Maurice E. Jenkins, Jr., Executive Vice President,Field Development for UNCF: United Negro College Fund(UNCF)Hosting National Virtual Walk For Education

Margaret (Maggie) Ference, SVP, BB Credit & Ops Director, Huntington National Bank: Rebuilding Financial Security In Urban Neighborhoods

The economic disruption of COVID-19 has challenged small business owners and entrepreneurs to adopt fresh approaches to become more competitive

Margaret (Maggie) Ference, SVP, BB Credit & Ops Director, Huntington National Bank: Rebuilding Financial Security In Urban Neighborhoods

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The Importance of Early Diagnosis and Treatment of SMA

A year and a half ago, a family received a devastating diagnosis in the midst of the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, that mother is sharing her son’s experience with (SMA), a rare, devastating genetic disease that is also a leading genetic cause of infant death, and how early diagnosis and treatment transformed his life.

The Importance of Early Diagnosis and Treatment of SMA

Raising Awareness of Glioblastoma and The Latest Treatments and Technology

Jeaneanne Maxon and her physician, Dr. Karen Fink, a neuro-oncologist at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, join me to help raise awareness of glioblastoma, the latest treatments and technology available to help treat this debilitating disease. Dr. Sandy Reyna, vice president of global medical affairs, at Novartis Gene Therapies and Kathryn McBride, the parent of a son with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) talk about the importance of newborn screening for SMA. Tech and digital creator, Justine Ezarik joins me to talk about smart living and how new tech habits have evolved over the past year.

Raising Awareness of Glioblastoma and The Latest Treatments and Technology

Breast Cancer Care and the Disparities in Breast Cancer for Black Women

More Than Just Words advisors Dr. Monique Gary, a board-certified fellowship-trained breast surgical oncologist and medical director of the Grand View Health Penn Cancer Network cancer program and Ricki Fairley co-founder and CEO of Touch, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance and a stage 3A triple negative breast cancer survivor, and thriver, have information about a new initiative launched by Novartis to promote health equity in breast cancer care and the disparities in breast cancer for black women.

Breast Cancer Care and the Disparities in Breast Cancer for Black Women

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Chandler Crews, was born with achondroplasia and is the founder and president of The Chandler Project, a nonprofit patient-focused organization dedicated to providing education and resources for those affected by achondroplasia talks with me about her decision to have limb lengthening surgery. Joining me with some tips to help you step up your culinary game by incorporating new, versatile and nutritious recipes and ingredients from the new, modern dairy aisle, Chef Jaime Gwen. Husband, father, two time Emmy Award nominated television and film theater actor and philanthropist, John Stamos talks with me about how, despite his hectic lifestyle, he manages to prioritize health and good nutrition.

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Sarah South, vice president of laboratory sciences at Ancestry DNA has information about an advanced genetic testing technology designed to help people understand their risk for developing certain inheritable health conditions. Nela Richardson a principal strategist for Edward Jones, has the details of their survey that measured American's attitudes when it comes to investing in higher education. Eric Christopherson, Vice President of Strategic Philanthropy and Community Relations, and President of Northwestern Mutual Foundation tells us all about a unique one of a kind virtual camp experience they hosted for hundreds of children and families who are affected by childhood cancer. Lifestyle and travel correspondent, Amy Goodman has the latest in local travel trends, and how to plan a safe and happy road trip for the family.

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Dean Sonderegger, head of, the Wolters Kluwer Legal and Regulatory U.S. joins me with the results of their independent survey that revealed how the pandemic has impacted the future of the law profession and how those forces will continue to drive change in the industry. Each year an estimated 3,000 Americans are diagnosed with mesothelioma. It's a rare type of cancer that forms in the lining of major organs in the chest or the stomach. Dr. Rupesh Kotecha is a radiation oncologist at Miami Cancer Institute. We talk about mesothelioma and how a technology already approved for brain cancer is offering a new innovative option for treatment. Dr. Cherian Karunapuzha, the medical director of the Meinders Center for Movement Disorders has the signs and symptoms of TD and the impact that it has on patients and loved ones.

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This Week September 4-6, 2020 on TALK! with AUDREY TV

Three hot health topics! Dr. Cedric Spak, a specialist in infectious diseases has information about what to do if you get the flu and the Coronavirus. Dr. James Wheless, professor and chief of pediatric neurology at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center joins me to talk about some of the advances in epilepsy management that’ll help people living with epilepsy achieve seizure freedom. Dr. April Armstrong, Professor of Dermatology, Associate Dean for Clinical Research at Keck School of Medicine at USC has info about the impact of moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis and how to manage the symptoms. Chef, Ceci Carmichael, has a few of the most useful items to keep in your freezer and how to turn those ingredients into a unique and satisfying meal.

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