February 21-23, 2020 – TALK! with AUDREY TV
Amy Goodson a registered dietician and wellness expert has some tips to help you kick off the New Year and get off on the right foot and hold yourself to it so that you can be the best you in 2020 and beyond. And if you have mixed emotions when it comes to your relationship with money, you are not alone. According to the new relationship and money survey conducted by financial services firm, Edward Jones, nearly all of us, feel that there’s some room for improvement when it comes to our financial health. Nela Richardson, an investment strategist, equity research for Edward Jones is going to talk about some of the tools you need for success. When it comes to your health, according to the office of disease prevention and health promotion, the prevention and management of osteoporosis is among the leading health topics and areas of public health needed for 2020. My guests today are RN and the CEO of Healthy Women, Beth Battaglino and Dr. Orlando Ortiz, radiologist chair, the Department of Radiology for the North Bronx Healthcare Network. We talk about the risk factors, prevention and management of osteoporosis.
February 14-16, 2020 – TALK! with AUDREY TV
Coming up this week on Talk! with Audrey, joining Audrey with information about how families can recognize when stress and anxiety have exceeded manageable levels, and when to ask for help, Nabil El-Ghoroury, the Executive Director of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Executive Chef and partner of El Jardin, Claudette Zepeda shares her favorite recipe for enfrijoladas. And celebrity stylist Christian Ramirez is going to guide us through arranging the perfect Valentine’s Day for that special someone in your life. And, speaking of love, Alfred Edmond Junior and Zara Green, authors of Loving in the Grown Zone talk to me about the impact of our personal relationships in life and in love.
Genealogist Ruth Hunt on Tracing Your Family’s History
In celebration of Black History Month – watch my full interview with Ruth Hunt, Genealogist, who was inspired by Alex Haley to trace her family’s lineage.
The Invisible Impact of Moderate-to-Severe Plaque Psoriasis
- Radio and Podcast
- February 7, 2020
Nearly 6.4 million people in the U.S. live with plaque psoriasis, a chronic autoimmune disease that can cause a great deal of discomfort. Dr. April Armstrong, Professor of Dermatology & Associate Dean for Clinical Research joins me to talk about a recent survey by Sun Pharma of people with moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis revealed that while psoriasis appears on the skin, …
Understanding What to Expect on the SAT, How to Practice
- Radio and Podcast
- February 6, 2020
Taking the SAT can be intimidating for students, but it doesn’t have to be. Priscilla Rodriguez, Vice President, College Readiness Assessments, The College Board tells us about the benefits of the taking the SAT and how the test can help students with applying to college.
Dr. Len Friedland and Tiffany Williams – Meningitis B
College Age Students at Risk: A wellness visit with their doctor to ensure they’re up to date on vaccinations, including meningitis vaccination could save their life. My guests are Tiffany Williams, GSK spokesperson and meningitis advocate who lost her brother, Nico, to meningitis and Dr. Len Friedland, VP, Director of Scientific Affairs and Public Health, Vaccines, North America at GSK.
January 31-February 2, 2020 – TALK! with AUDREY TV
School Choice refers to the process of selecting a K through 12 education option from among the myriad of choices that parents now have. National School Choice Week president Andrew Campanella talks to Audrey about school choice, the education options available and what it could mean for your family.
Billy Hensley-NEFE Financial Education
Financial literacy is an important and necessary life skill. And my guest today is Dr. Billy Hensley, the president and CEO of the National Endowment for Financial Education. We’re going to talk about the benefits of financial education in high school, and how to make it have the most positive impact.
Tiger Joyce – 2020 Judicial Hellholes Report
The 2019, 2020 judicial Hellholes report shines a light on the year’s abuses in the civil justice system and the state legislative bodies. Joining me to discuss which states need the most judicial reform and what can be done to ratify change in the court system, Tiger Joyce, the President of the American Tort Reform Association.
January 24-26, 2020 – TALK! with AUDREY TV
Two health topics: first, Doctor Jeffrey Weber and Doctor Louise Perkins join me with information about melanoma and a new therapeutic treatment option that may help improve melanoma from coming back after surgery, and then, in recognition of Rare Disease Day and Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month, hematologist, Doctor Michael Callaghan and Ken, a patient who was diagnosed at two years old with hemophilia and a new therapy to treat hemophilia A with factor 8 then, credit card expert, Jason Steele, joins me with tips to help you get the most out of your credit cards and travel journalist, Patricia Schultz, has her top 10 trips and tips for women travelers and what all women should know before they hit the road.