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The Original Southern Remedy with Dr. Jimmy Stewart

The Original Southern Remedy is hosted by Dr. Jimmy Stewart, professor of internal medicine and pediatrics at UMMC. On this episode, he asnwers questions about wrist pain, poison ivy and the new weight loss drugs.

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  • Southern Remedy for Women | Blood in Stool

    44:40
    Host: Jasmine T. Kency, M.D., Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Topic: Blood in stoolEmail the show: remedy@mpbonline.org.
  • Southern Remedy Kids & Teens | My Migraine and Me

    43:38
    Host: Dr. Morgan McLeod, Asst. Professor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Dr. McLeod talks about all different types of headaches- tension, cluster, migraine, etc- and when to see a professional about them.Email the show at kids@mpbonline.org
  • The Original Southern Remedy with Dr. Jimmy Stewart

    50:12
    The Original Southern Remedy is hosted by Dr. Jimmy Stewart, professor of internal medicine and pediatrics at UMMC. On this "best of" episode, Dr. Jimmy answers listener questions about their health.
  • Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | Behavior Management 101

    47:59
    Host: Dr. Susan Buttross, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and Abram NanneyTopic: Do you know someone, a child, a significant other, an employee or a friend or even a pet who has behavior that is both difficult to understand and to manage? There are some simple rules to behavior management that can be the gold nuggets in making life easier and better for you and the person whose behavior you would like to change. Today we’ll be going over the basics of behavior management and how you can use them in your everyday life.  You can join the conversation by sending an email to: family@mpbonline.org.
  • Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit| Insulin resistance

    44:35
    Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit is hosted by Josie Bidwell, Professor of Preventive Medicine and Nurse Practitioner at UMMC. On this episode, the topic is insulin resistance. Josie talks about what it is, what causes it and ways to improve insulin sensitivity.
  • Southern Remedy for Women | Best of 2024 Guests So Far

    52:07
    Host: Jasmine T. Kency, M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Guest(s): UMMC lactation specialists Evora Knight and Marci TalbotDr. Alexa Lampkin DMD, dentist at UMMC and member of the Mississippi State Board of Dental ExaminersDr. Danny Riche, Clinical Pharmacist at the University of Mississippi Medical CenterDr. David Lott, Endocrinologist from Meridian, MississippiTopic(s): Segments from episodes on: Lactation (04-12-24), Dental and Oral Health (03-29-24), Metabolic Syndrome (06-14-24), and Thyroid Disease (06-21-24)Email the show: remedy@mpbonline.org.
  • The Original Southern Remedy with Dr. Jimmy Stewart

    43:21
    The Original Southern Remedy is hosted by Dr. Jimmy Stewart, professor of internal medicine and pediatrics at UMMC. In this episode, he answers listener questions about high blood pressure medications, pain management and food poisoning.
  • Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | Independence Day Safety

    47:59
    Host: Dr. Susan Buttross, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and Abram NanneyTopic: Would you ever hand your child a burning torch or allow your perishable groceries to sit out in 100 degree heat for hours? Probably a hard no, right? Well during some 4th of July celebrations that is exactly what happens. Today we’ll be talking about ways to keep your friends and family safe while still making sure that the holiday is fun and exciting.You can join the conversation by sending an email to: family@mpbonline.org.
  • Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit| Grab bag

    44:08
    Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit is hosted by Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Nurse Practitioner at UMMC. On this episode she answers email questions about monitoring blood pressure, CPAP machines, understanding nutrition labels and more.