Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | National Autism Month
April is National Autism Awareness Month. So today, we wrap up the month by exploring new research in autism with Dr. Courtney Walker and Pam Dollar, Executive Director at Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities and mother of a son with autism. We’ll talk about what’s new and what you should do if you think someone you love may have Autism or if you are struggling to find services.
To learn more about Autism or find a study visit: NIMH » Autism Spectrum Disorder (nih.gov)
For more information about Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) visit: Children with Special Health Care Needs - Mississippi State Department of Health (ms.gov)
The Original Southern Remedy
HOST: Dr. Jimmy Stewart, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.TOPICS DISCUSSED: how blood pressure medication works, back pain, numbness and healthy sodium levels
Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | Littering
Keeping American Beautiful is a mantra that we all think is a great idea, right.No one loves litter, right?Littering is better but still present.Why?What do you think is the problem?Are we good models for our children and grandchildren?Do you think that you can make a difference?What about recycling?Is that the answer? Listen as Dr. Susan Buttross along with our callers discuss these topics and more.