Smoking Cessation Week Episode 4
 

Go Healthy For Good! / May 02, 2013

Becoming smoke free is not all plain sailing. There are often traps along the way. Perhaps some you haven't thought of yet. What foods may help or hinder? Is exercise important? What should I drink? What do I do during breaks at work? Tune in!

 
Underage Addictions
 

Unhooked / May 05, 2013

Many teenagers and young adults dabble in drugs in elementary school, often becoming full-blown addicts in high school. This episode of Unhooked discusses the telltale signs that signal troubles in a young person’s life.

 
Psychoactive Drugs
 

Unhooked / May 26, 2013

Hallucinations. Psychosis. Loss of contact with reality. In this episode of Unhooked, the possible effects of psychoactive drugs are examined.

 
Can This Marriage Be Saved?
 

Real Family Talk / September 08, 2013

The statistics on marriage are troubling; in fact, some researchers suggest that nearly half of all marriages end in divorce. But long beforehand there are warning signs. Learn about the warning signs, what to do if you think your marriage is in trouble and how to turn it around.

 
Family First
 

Real Family Talk / October 13, 2013

Today’s kids are growing up with technology, social media, working parents and lots of homework and extracurricular activities that keep them and us very busy. Because of this new reality, we believe that now, more than ever, it’s important to make family time a priority. The question is how?

 
Peptic Ulcers
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 17, 2013

Have you ever had gnawing pain in the upper abdomen and worried that you had a stomach ulcer? How can you be sure? Watch as we discuss ulcers, their treatment and prevention.

 
Growing Great Kids
 

Real Family Talk / October 27, 2013

In a recent survey, 1,500 children were asked, “What makes families happy?” Over 90% gave the same answer. It wasn’t a big house or lots of money. What was it?

 
The Brain: Sensory Preferences
 

Go Healthy For Good! / December 02, 2013

Brain-function researcher and educator, Dr. Arlene Taylor Ph.D., explains how sensory preference affects interpersonal interactions.

 
Miscarriages
 

Go Healthy For Good! / January 23, 2014

Pregnancies, planned or unplanned, are precious. The natural expectation is that all will be well. But when a miscarriage happens, hopes and dreams are dashed and grief ensues...Watch for a touching story and excellent professional advice.