The president of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) , Dr. Sandra Weber joins me to discuss the impact of Coronavirus on people with diabetes. Dr. Weber practices endocrinology in Greenville, South Carolina and is affiliated with Prisma Health System, where she serves as Chief of the Division of Endocrinology and Chair of Continuing Medical Education. Click here to download your Diabetes Emergency Checklist
Since COVID-19 was declared a global health emergency, Facebook has been working closely with global and national health authorities to promote credible information to keep people safe and informed. My guest is Kang-Xing Jin, Head of Health, Facebook.
John Wang, President /CEO of the Asian American Business Development Center, Inc. (AABDC) which he founded in New York City in 1994 talks with me about an article he wrote about the impact that Covid 19 has had on the Asian American community.
The executive director of No Barriers, Dave Shurna and Kathy Martinez, head of disability and accessibility strategy at Wells Fargo have information about accessibility technology accommodations and some of the employment challenges that people with disabilities face in the workplace. Robert Flippo, the CEO of MobileHelp and the Safety Mom, Alison Jacobson talk about what’s next in connected health technologies. Accenture Strategy has identified a new influential group of stakeholders with the power to destabilize business; Katherine Lavelle, Managing Director and Global Talent and Organization, North America Lead at Accenture Strategy has the details. Travel Expert, Amy Goodman, has her tips to help you jumpstart your summer travel planning.
Can’t sleep? Dr. Phyllis Zee, the Chief of Sleep Medicine with the Department of Neurology at Northwestern University has the results of a survey recently conducted and presented at the 2019 World Sleep Congress. It’s called “How America Sleeps and Wakes.”
And while there have been many advancements in health care over the years, there has been little innovation in childbirth since the 1980s. But today, we can advance how women recover and manage pain after C-section through the use of effective non-opioid options that can greatly reduce, and sometimes eliminate, the need for opioids to manage pain after surgery. Dr. Elizabeth Cherot is an OB/GYN is my guest.
If you have mixed emotions when it comes to your relationship with money, you’re not alone. According to the new Relationship with Money survey conducted by financial services firm Edward Jones, nearly all Americans (92%) feel there’s room for improvement when it comes to their financial health. Nela Richardson, Ph.D., Investment Strategist, Equity Research for Edward Jones has information about some of the tools you need for success.
Did you know that the causes of a surprising range of health problems are hidden in everyday foods? Few people realize that a simple food prescription can help you tackle these problems and gently restore your hormone balance, with benefits rivaling medications. In his new book, Your Body in Balance, nutrition researcher and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Neal Barnard, shares the science behind how common conditions—are fuelled by hormones that are hidden in or influenced by the foods we eat.
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.
Endocrinologist Dr. Maria Tulpan, and Cher Pastore, a certified diabetes educator, have information about how new wearable technology is transforming the way people with diabetes manage their condition.