Whether we are staying at home or traveling during the summer and fall months it’s very important to give our pets the care that they need. Nationally recognized pet advocate and Puppy Bowl referee, Dan Schachner has some health and safety tips to keep our pets safe, comfortable and happy.
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.
Dr. Michael Lomax, President and CEO of the UNCF, is my guest we’re going to talk about this year’s revamped and highly anticipated UNCF National Virtual Walk for Education
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.
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.
Dr. Len Friedland, the Vice President and Director of Scientific Affairs and Public Health Vaccines, GSK. He has information about a preventable disease, Hepatitis A, talk about symptoms to risk factors and prevention. Jefferson Wang managing director, technology strategy and advisory at Accenture is going to talk with me about what it will take to make the future home a reality. Lifestyle and entertaining expert, Marc Silverstein has some at-home entertaining tips, and the latest in day trip and local travel.
Dr. Ilan Shapiro has information about the importance of milk as part of a balanced diet. Chef and Entertaining Expert James Briscione, has ways that he incorporates frozen foods into his own recipes to create and upscale dining experience. Jennifer Jasinski, Top Chef Masters Finalist joins Audrey live from the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Culinary Center in Denver, Colorado with ways to incorporate some of the latest tech and gadgets in the kitchen. Dr. Don Mordecai, Kasier Permanente’s national leader for mental health and wellness – talks about their mental health awareness effort called “Find Your Words”.
Dr. Danesh Alam reveals the most powerful factors driving opioid dependence and addictive behaviors.
Celebrity stylists Jamie Greenberg and Chris McMillan have some quick and easy ways that you can get red carpet glam looks at home.
Up to 11% of new breast cancer cases are initially stage IV or metastatic. While there have been many advances in treatment, metastatic breast cancer remains incurable. Despite treatment advancements, metastatic breast cancer continues to take the lives of approximately 113 people in the US every day. Dr. Denise Yardley Senior Investigator, Breast Cancer Research Program, Sarah Cannon Research Institute at Tennessee Oncology has some positive news for advanced breast cancer patients.