Southern Remedy/Relatively Speaking w/ Dr. Susan Buttross | The Montessori School Method
Many of you may have a pre-conceived notion about what Montessori Schools are. Some may think that they are too free or don’t teach discipline. On this episode we take a closer look at what Montessori Schools are and are not. We also discuss traditional teaching methods and how they compare. For more information on the Montessori Method visit: https://www.themontessorinotebook.com/the-montessori-toddler/
Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit | Traumatic Brain Injury
Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, discusses traumatic brain injuries. Her guests are Lee Jenkins Moss, Executive Director of the Brain Injury Association of Mississippi and Bethany Gaillet, the mother of a traumatic brain injury survivor.
Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | “The Value of Fathers To A Family”
Father's Day is Sunday June 16th so on this episode we discuss how much our society values the involvement of fathers in families and how involved fathers can make a difference.
Below is a Father's Day playlist for your listening pleasure:
Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit | food studies
Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, talks with registered Dietitian Kathy Warwick about the science behind recent nutrition headlines. They explain different kinds of food studies and how they are set up, and examine a couple of recent nutrition related studies. They also answer questions from listeners.
Southern Remedy Kids and Teens | "Childhood Obesity"
This week on Southern Remedy Kids & Teens the topic is childhood obesity. Dr. Morgan McLeod welcomes in Dr. Whitney Herring into the studio to talk about prevention, monitoring, management weight loss diet, habits, lifestyle changes and more!