Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking: GIVING
Today, is Giving Tuesday, a now global movement started in 2012. Charity can happen in many ways: time, talent and treasures. Whether giving a helping hand, a smile, food or monetary gifts, all can make a difference. What do you do? Are you teaching your children to be charitable and does charity come from your heart or for another reason? We'll discuss this and more on this episode of Relatively Speaking.
Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit | Healthy Holidays
Dr. Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at UMMC, talks Dr. Fiona Lewis, registered dietitian. They talk about how to have a healthy holiday season, including ways to celebrate that don’t involve overeating and how to include healthier food in holiday dishes.
Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking| Thanksgiving and Family
Thanksgiving is such a wonderful time for the gathering of family and friends. But how can you prepare for those uncomfortable conversations that often come up? Today we’ll give you some tips of how to prepare for that loving aunt or that cousin who is not on the same political or social page that you are.
Try to remember that with family
Remember what the holiday is about
Don’t try to solve the world’s problems
Don’t try to change someone’s mind.
Southern Remedy: Relatively Speaking | Men's Health: Do Men Care Less About Their Health?
Men are considered the stronger sex, in general. But in medical terms, it's a very different story. When it comes to health, women live longer and stay healthier. The life expectancy gap has remained the same for the last one hundred years. Some call it the “John Wayne syndrome”. Tough it out. How can we change the perception that taking care of your health is somehow a sign of weakness? Today we discuss this and more with our guests Dr. Richard Wardrop III, Professor and Vice Chair for Education and Faculty Development at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and Kevin Farrell host and producer here at MPB Think Radio.
SoRem For Women | Premature Birth
It is Prematurity Awareness Month and Dr. Ali Brown and Dr. Michelle Owens are talking about premature birth. What are the causes of premature birth? Is there something that we can do as Mississippians to reduce the premature birth rate in our great state? Are there things that pregnant women and the folks that love them can do to reduce the risk of premature birth.
Kids & Teens | Cold Season
It's that time of year - cold and flu season.
This week Dr. Morgan McLeod will be talking about colds.
- What causes colds
- The treatment
- When you may need antibiotics
- When you need to go to the doctor
- Cold and flu season
- When do you need antibiotics
- What can you do at home to treat the symptoms