July 19–21, 2019 – TALK! with AUDREY TV

Solar energy expert, Whitney Torres, joins me to talk about the benefits of going solar and what we need to know to get up and running with a solar electric system. Some people associate warmer weather with outdoor activities like gardening and strolls through the park. However, many people don’t realize that exposure to a common type of bacteria during the summer months could cause a serious and chronic condition that can lead to lung damage in those who are susceptible. Dr. Patrick Flume, Pulmonologist and Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina and Debbie a NTM Lung Disease Patient are my guests. Then travel expert, Julie Lofreddi has her top summer travel tips!

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