Doctor Saby George and Dena Battle, president of KCCure, join me to talk about new treatment options for the most common type of kidney cancer, renal cell carcinoma. Celebrity stylist Christian Ramirez is going to help you refresh your Father’s Day gifting and classically trained chef and lifestyle expert, Ceci Carmichael has the latest innovations that you can find in the dairy aisle.
As the 24-hour information cycle fills our airwaves and social media feeds, we are faced with a choice; give in to constant connectivity or take a time out to focus on what really matters. Life is Good Marks their 25th Anniversary by igniting a movement to Share Something Good. The Co-founders of Life is Good, Bert Jacobs, Chief Executive Optimist
Acute hepatic porphyria, or AHP is a family of rare genetic diseases characterized by potentially life-threatening attacks. Audrey’s guests are Porphyria specialist, Dr. Bruce Wang, and Mary, who’s been living with this condition for the past 20 years. It’s road trip season and if you’re also traveling with our favorite four-legged friends, Lindsay Wolko, the founder and CEO of the
This week on TALK! with AUDREY: In her memoir, THE DANCE CARD: Looking for Love After Divorce, Ann Reichardt describes her quest to find love again after dealing with loss, sadness, anger, confusion, depression and disbelief —all the emotions she felt at the end of her marriage. When Ann finally felt the urge to date again she wondered, “Where does
Each year, more than three million reports of child abuse are made in the United States, involving more than six million children. A report of child abuse is made every 10 seconds. Despite the fact that five children die every in the U.S. day from abuse and neglect, child abuse is still being swept under the rug. In fact, the
This week on TALK! with AUDREY: Do you want to lose weight but can’t? Dr. Caroline Apovian, Director of the Nutrition and Weight Management Center at Boston Medical Center uses the science of intermittent fasting to help reignite metabolic fire, turn back the clock, and burn fat fast. She joins me to talk about her new book, THE AGE-DEFYING DIET:
As a Christian editor by day, Heather Kopp helped well-known pastors and authors hone theology and polish salvation messages – by night, she drank herself to the point of passing out. Heather Kopp shares her journey of faith, addiction and recovery and reveals that faith and addiction are not mutually exclusive in her memoir Sober Mercies – How Love Caught
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