Category: Lifestyle

Art Rios: Author of Let’s Talk

Can you look back at your life and say you have no regrets? Are you bogged down by the meaningless complexities of the world? In his witty, conversational book, Let’s Talk, debut author Art Rios wants to make sure his readers know that it’s never too late to make your life exciting, easier, and exceptional.

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Dr. Michael Ruchim, Gastroenterology Specialist at Northwestern Medicine Digestive Health Center, and his patient, former NHL All-Star Eddie Olczyk: Colorectal Cancer Awareness

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month which is a time to remind Americans of the importance of screening and early detection. The Northwestern Medicine Digestive Health Center has developed a leading, comprehensive colonoscopy quality improvement program focused on improving screening rates and ensuring that all patients who undergo screening colonoscopy get the highest quality care.  We talk about the importance of regular screening, what the signs and symptoms may be and strides made in treatments.

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Dr. Kevin L. Schewe: Author of BAD LOVE TIGERS

Dr. Kevin L. Schewe, a board-certified cancer specialist who has been in the private practice of radiation oncology for over 33 years, is an entrepreneur, and author of Bad Love Tigers a sequel to this first novel Bad Love Strikes. He chronicles the adventures of 1970’s teenagers time-traveling through a dark time in history, with the adventurous hope of youth, laced with the unforgettable music of the 1960s and 1970s.

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Dr. Casey Lafferty, DO, Medical Director at Health First Flu Season 2021: Protect Yourself and Your Family

The flu is a very common but potentially serious illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat and sometimes the lungs. As many as 45 million Americans can get the virus each year, but even people who are vaccinated could still get the flu. Dr. CASEY LAFFERTY, Medical Director at Health First joins me to talk about what to do if you get it, how to protect yourself and your family and about a new preventive option people 12 years of age and older can take if they come into contact with someone who has the flu.

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Dr. Meyeon Park: Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD) A Rare Progressive Kidney disease

Rare diseases affect nearly 30 million Americans each year. One rare, progressive kidney disease, known as Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD), is the most common, rare, inherited kidney disorder you’ve likely never heard of. My guest is Nephrologist, Dr. Meyeon Park, Director of UCSF Polycystic Kidney Disease Center of Excellence, she shares the signs, symptoms and impact that ADPKD has on the kidneys.

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