Dr. Jimmy Stewart, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UMMC answers questions from listeners. This week, Dr. Jimmy answers questions about the flu, hernias and a vegetarian diet and shares information on studies on exercise and genetics.
Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | Addiction and Drug Abuse
This time of year, many people resolve to take better care of themselves by eating or drinking less, stop smoking or stop using drugs. Yet many resolutions fail. Often the reason is not lack of resolve but the lack of the ability to stop. Today we welcome Dr. Jeff Parker, Clinical Psychologist, Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs in the Dept. of Psychiatry, and Co-Director of Addictions for the UMC Neuro Institute and Dr. Saurabh B. Bhardwaj Addiction Psychiatrist in the Dept. of Psychiatry, and Medical Director of the Addictions Program at UMMC who will help us better understand substance abuse and addiction and how to help ourselves or others in this new decade.
Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit | Setting goals
Dr. Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at UMMC, begins her third year as host of Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit. She talks about goals vs resolutions and why a goal is better. She also offers tips and suggestions on setting and achieving meaningful goals.
Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking| Living in the moment
Well here we are at the end of 2019. Another year gone by with not quite everything done that you had intended. Is there something that you wish you had done or not done? Do you find yourself wishing for a do-over? Is there someone who hurt you or that you hurt and it continues to haunt you. Today we’ll talk about how to move forward, let go of the past, not worry about the future and to live in the moment.