Category: Technology

The Right Tools to Make Your DIYs Home Improvement Happen

With so much time spent at home, improvement project ideas are just percolating away, which means you’re going to need the right tools to make it happen. Seth Estep of Tractor Supply Company and Monica Lopez of Stanley Black & Decker join me to talk about the recent trends and how their companies are partnering to meet the needs of DIYers and professionals.

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Crystal Pichon, Children’s Safety Expert and CEO of The Safety Place: How Technology Can Help Keep Kids Safe Online and Offline

Ask any parent some of the things they do to keep their children safe and you’re likely to hear car seats, helmets and knee pads for bicycle riding. But when it comes to the Internet, parents often don’t know where to start in order to protect their children online. Crystal Pichon, Children’s Safety Expert and CEO of The Safety Place talks with me about the importance of internet safety for children, especially during the back-to-school season.

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Tips For Back-To-School This Year

Preparing for back-to-school during an unprecedented time has certainly been challenging for parents and caregivers. For those who have been overwhelmed at the prospect of what their kids will need for the new school landscape, Lifestyle Journalist and Mom Julie Loffredi, has tips for any situation that can make your everyday routine a bit easier.

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Airing This Week August 21-23, 2020 on TALK! with AUDREY TV

Dr. Len Friedland, the Vice President and Director of Scientific Affairs and Public Health Vaccines, GSK has information about Hepatitis A, the symptoms, risk factors and prevention. Jefferson Wang, Managing Director, Technology Strategy and Advisory at Accenture talks 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 local travel options.

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Coming Up This Week June 12-14 on TALK! with AUDREY

Jeffrey Welser, the vice president and lab director for IBM Research, and Melissa King, Top Chef finalist join me to talk about how IBM technology called “5 in 5” is going to combat the faults of the food supply chain over the next five years. Restaurateur Bricia Lopez, tells us how a simple glass of milk each day could have your body reaping all the benefits and if you live in California, how the benefits of drinking milk now extend beyond the body. Doctor Evan Zahn, Director of the Congenital Heart Program at Cedars-Sinai’s Smidt Heart Institute, who implanted the world’s first and only device approved specifically for premature babies to treat a serious heart condition called PDA, he is joined by Anthony Daly whose baby Tony was born prematurely with this heart defect. Dr. Jens Hillengass, Chief of Myeloma at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center joins me with information about a recent FDA-approved immunotherapy combination for certain adults with multiple myeloma

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Help Scientists Fight COVID-19 with your Smartphones and Computers, from the Comfort of Your Home

The coronavirus pandemic has reminded us all about the power and importance of helping each other. For many people, there seems to be little that they can do to help scientists find medical treatments for coronavirus, or they might be unsure how to get involved in the fight against COVID-19. Juan Hindo, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, IBM joins me to discuss their World Community Grid project on coronavirus, “OpenPandemics – COVID19,” the potential for the research and how everyone can get involved and join the fight against COVID-19.

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