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.
Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain that is characterized by seizures that can be debilitating and even life threatening. Although epilepsy is widely recognized, few understand it – even those who know someone with the disorder.1 And this misunderstanding causes stigma that makes it harder to treat, while the number of adults and children challenged by epilepsy in the U.S. is increasing. Dr. James Wheless, Professor and Chief of Paediatric Neurology, Le Bonheur Chair in Paediatric Neurology, University of Tennessee Health Science Center offers steps to mitigate deadly risks, reduce related healthcare costs and burden.
The birth of a child is a joyous occasion for an entire family. But for the families of the more than 40,000 American babies born each year with congenital heart disease, it also brings fear and uncertainty. Dr. Jonathan Chen, Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery in the Cardiac Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) shares has details about the various treatment options that parents might not be aware of.
According to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as many as 45 million Americans can get the flu each year. With flu season upon us, infectious disease specialist Dr. Cedric Spak has information to help you avoid the flu and what to do if you get it.
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.
Amy Goodson is a registered dietician and wellness expert and she shares her tips to help you kick off the New Year so that you can be the best you in 2020 and beyond.
Meat alternatives and plant-based options are one of the fastest growing trends in food. From casual dining and fast food restaurants to your neighbourhood grocery store, Americans are seeking out more vegetarian options. Ben Sussna, Head of Marketing at Quorn Foods USA tells me all about a new meatless option being introduced at Hooters restaurants across the U.S.: Unreal Wings made with Quorn!
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.
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, its overall effect on people can go much deeper having an invisible impact on people’s everyday lives.
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.