Episodes

Go Healthy For Good! / December 11, 2014

West Africa is still struggling with the Ebola crisis. There have been over 17,000 suspected cases resulting in more than 6,000 deaths and the fight goes on. It seems never-ending, though a small ray of hope is on the horizon.

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!

Go Healthy For Good! / December 03, 2013

Is your brain East or West? And what's the difference? Dr. Arlene Taylor Ph.D., brain-function researcher and educator will explain.

Go Healthy For Good! / October 09, 2014

Less than half of people with migraine or tension-headaches seek professional help. Instead they rely on over-the-counter medications that can, with chronic and excessive use, actually CAUSE headaches. So if you get headaches, stay tuned!

Go Healthy For Good! / April 03, 2014

Do you have items sitting on your wish list? Have they been there a very long time? Like losing weight, getting fit, or working on your cholesterol. We'll help you make them a reality! Watch.

Go Healthy For Good! / November 12, 2015

If an unborn child is exposed to alcohol while in utero, it can be affected for life. So how much alcohol must a woman drink during pregnancy to have an affected child?

Go Healthy For Good! / November 14, 2012

More than 2.5 million men in the United States today, have had the diagnosis of prostate cancer. What is the key to living with it rather than dying from it? And what is the key to prevention? Knowing what to do may save your life! There's HOPE.

Go Healthy For Good! / March 19, 2013

Psoriasis is the commonest auto-immune disease in the US, affecting over 7 million Americans. What causes it? What treatment is best? Are allergies involved? The answer to these questions and more, coming right up!

Go Healthy For Good! / October 03, 2012

Strong evidence demonstrates that those who are more active are more likely to have an ideal body weight, lower rates of many diseases and lower rates of death. All this for the sake of spending a little time being active!