Category: Lifestyle

Airing This Week July 10-12, 2020 on TALK! with AUDREY

If you’re a cat owner with cat allergen sensitivities, there’s a new way to manage allergens through cat food. To tell us all about it Dr. Kurt Venator, the Chief Veterinary Officer for Purina. Then, Merck Animal Health is focusing on the wellness of family pets while supporting the National Education for Assistance Dogs Services, an organization that trains service dogs. Veterinarian, US Army Major with the Veterinary Corps, Dr. Mark Pelham and NEADS service dog trainer, Becca Hill have some terrific pet wellness tips. Dr. Ericka Greene, program director, neurology residency and neuromuscular medicine at Houston Methodist hospital and Rachel Higgins, a MG patient and Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America community leader from Austin, Texas have information about a new online platform to offer personalized resources and unite patients with myasthenia gravis during this time of social distancing.

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Airing This Week July 3-5 on TALK! with AUDREY

Beauty expert, Mercedes Sanchez, has her favorite summer beauty fixes; Dr. Regina Berkovich and Paula, who’s been living with both MS and SPMS for many years have information about a form of MS called active secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, and a new treatment option; Financial advisor, Michael Oana, has some of the most common issues that people face when seeking financial advice; Cardiologist, Dr. Kevin Campbell, has a few small and fun lifestyle changes that you could incorporate into your day-to-day routine that might get you on the road to heart health.

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How One Call A Day Can Make All the Difference for A Senior

It’s no secret that loneliness among our older adult population was at an all-time high even before COVID-19. With orders to stay at home blanketing the nation, the issue of isolation and loneliness was magnified. Cox Communications addressed this issue head-on with their One Call a Day volunteer program. To tell us all about it, Cox Broadcasting Order Management, San Diego volunteer and mom of 4, Cynthia Fletes and her friend Lucy, 82 years young and grandma to 19. We talk about how the program has made a positive impact on their lives. Do you know someone that would appreciate One Call A Day?

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Coming Up This Week June 19-21 on TALK! with AUDREY

Cynthia Fletes and her friend, Mama Lucy, who’s 82 years young and grandma to 19 join me to talk about Cox Communications One Call a Day volunteer program how the program has made a positive impact on their lives. 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.Dr. Tanya Brown Giammanco, Managing Director of Research at IBHS, has information about common roofing scams and what you can do to help fight and stop the criminals who commit them. Jennifer Petersen, workplace solutions expert for the Hon Company shows us what the traditional office setting will likely look when employees return to work.

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Family Planning During the COVID-19 Pandemic – TALK! with AUDREY RADIO

The current pandemic has upended so many aspects of everyday life, but for people considering pregnancy or already pregnant, those changes can feel even more overwhelming. Women’s health expert and genetic counsellor Julia Wilkinson has some specific steps you and your partner can do during this time while you’re at home to make sure you’re ready for your next appointment – either via telemedicine or in person.

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Coming Up This Week June 5-7 – TALK! with AUDREY

This week on TALK! with AUDREY, , Deborah Hersman, the President and CEO of the National Safety Council, recently released their report, The Road to Zero a Vision for Achieving Zero Roadway Deaths by 2050. It’s a guide to give the United States a comprehensive blueprint for eliminating preventable crash deaths. the Cooking Cardiologist, Dr. Richard Collins has tips to help us change up our tried and true recipes to make them healthier for us without forfeiting flavor and reduce your risk of heart disease . For many of us, winter can be a time in which eating habits are put on the back burner. With warmer temperatures right around the corner, there’s no better time that now to make some changes and spring into a healthier lifestyle. Lifestyle expert Brooke Parkhurst has tips and tools to help us embrace healthy habits at home and on the go!

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