Southern Remedy Kids & Teens | Staying Cool in the Summer
It's heating up here in the south. Summer time is in full swing and Independence Day is this weekend, So, on this week's episode, Dr. Morgan McLeod is talking about how to beat the heat and stay safe while enjoying the summer. Dr. McLeod talks about different illnesses that come around in the summer, and how to stay safe in the water and avoid drowning.
Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | "Colorblind" Raising Children who are Unbiased
Ever wondered what this world would be like if we only saw people for who they are and not what they look like? Today we're discussing the idea of being “colorblind” and the ability to see people for who they are and not judge them by the color of their skin, with guest, Mike Duke, Director of MPB's Radio Reading Service.
Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit | Summertime Q and A
Dr. Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at UMMC broadcasts via skype to observe social distancing guidelines.This week, she answers summertime questions dealing with sunburn, poison ivy and West Nile virus.You can get in touch with Dr.Bidwell via her Facebook page Healthy Habits with Josie or by emailing email@example.com.
Southern Remedy For Women | COVID-19 talk with Dr. Joe Pressler
The doctors welcome back Dr. Joe Pressler from Greenwood-Leflore Hospital discussing handling COVID-19 from the perspective of people at home, and those working in emergency rooms.
Southern Remedy Kids & Teens | Asthma
This week, Dr. Morgan McLeod talks about childhood asthma, including the triggers, symptoms, and treatments.
The Original Southern Remedy
Dr. Jimmy Stewart, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UMMC, answers questions from listeners about their medical concerns.This week, there are questions about autism, plantar fasciitis, sarcoidosis-- an auto-immune disease-- and COVID 19.
Southern Remedy Healthy and Fit | Fruits and Vegetables Month
Dr. Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at UMMC broadcasts via Skype to observe social distancing guidelines.This week, her guest is registered dietitian Dr. Fiona Lewis.They answer listener questions while talking about ways to add fruits and vegetables to your diet.
The Original Southern Remedy
Dr. Jimmy Stewart, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UMMC, answers questions from listeners about their medical concerns.This week, there are questions about the cancer risk in diet sodas, hernias and the relationship between long term use of anti-depressants and dementia.
Southern Remedy Relatively Speaking | The Importance of Fathers
In honor of Father’s Day today we discussed the importance of fathers in a child’s life and how the father- child relationship can ultimately affect what kind of adult that child becomes. Plus, listen as callers share their comments and stories about their fathers.