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Southern Remedy Healthy & Fit | The Pillars of Lifestyle Medicine

Host: Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Nurse Practitioner at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.


Topic: The Pillars of Lifestyle Medicine


Email: fit@mpbonline.org

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  • Southern Remedy Healthy & Fit | Healthy Aging

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    Host: Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Nurse Practitioner at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Topic: Healthy AgingEmail: fit@mpbonline.org. 
  • Southern Remedy for Women | Urinary Tract Infections (U.T.I.)

    43:50
    Host: Jasmine T. Kency, M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Topic: Urinary Tract Infections (U.T.I.)Email the show: remedy@mpbonline.org.
  • Southern Remedy Kids and Teens | Cancer in Children

    44:32
    Host: Dr. Morgan McLeod, Asst. Professor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Guest(s): Dr. Betty Herrington, Pediatric Hematology and OncologyTopic: Oncology, Hematology, Leukemia, Blood Donation, Cancer Research, Sickle Cell Anemia, Special Cancer Charity EventsSend your questions or comments to: kids@mpbonline.org.
  • Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | The Act of Forgiving pt. 2

    50:30
    This episode includes mention of sensitive topics such as murder, rape, and abuse. Listener discretion is advised.Host: Dr. Susan Buttross, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and Abram NanneyTopic: Last week we talked about forgiveness being the best pathway. Today we will be moving further into why forgiveness is truly good for you and how you can make it happen. Forgiving others and forgiving yourself are key in making yourself a happy and healthy person. But forgiveness must be intentional. It must be a conscious act. Once you have experienced true forgiveness you will understand the peace and calm that comes with it.  You can join the conversation by sending an email to: family@mpbonline.org.
  • Southern Remedy Healthy & Fit | Gynecological Cancer Awareness

    43:57
    Host: Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Nurse Practitioner at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Guest(s): Dr. Rod Roconni, Director of the University of Mississippi Medical Center Cancer Center and Research InstituteTopic: Gynecological Cancer AwarenessEmail: fit@mpbonline.org. 
  • Southern Remedy for Women | Reflux

    44:22
    Host: Jasmine T. Kency, M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Topic: Reflux, GERD, or HeartburnEmail the show: remedy@mpbonline.org.
  • Southern Remedy Kids and Teens | National Suicide Awareness Day

    43:54
    This episode discusses sensitive topics such as depression and suicide. National Suicide Hotline: 988Host: Dr. Morgan McLeod, Asst. Professor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Guest(s): Taylor McLeod, Crisis Intervention and Social WorkerTopic: National Suicide Awareness Day on September 10th.Send your questions or comments to: kids@mpbonline.org.
  • The Original Southern Remedy | Open Q & A - 9/20/23

    43:12
    HOST: Dr. Jimmy Stewart, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.TOPIC(s): Side Effects, Seasonal Vaccines, Diabetes. Osteoporosis, Echocardiograms, and MoreEMAIL: remedy@mpbonline.org
  • Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | The Act of Forgiving

    48:55
    Host: Dr. Susan Buttross, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and Abram NanneyTopic: We’ve all been hurt by someone and sometimes that hurt doesn’t go away.  Those wounds can last for a long time. The wounds can fester, we might ruminate about the wrong that was done to us. We may even think about revenge. But today, I want to talk about why harboring anger is the wrong way to go for us all. Today we will be talking about forgiveness, how to do it and why forgiveness is the best pathway to take.  You can join the conversation by sending an email to: family@mpbonline.org.