Each Wednesday at 7:40am, Jerry & Blanca speak with a local health professional to offer helpful tips for your health and well-being, brought to you by our friends at Adventist HealthCareYou can find recent topics, listen back or to share.

Health Tips

Morning Show Health Tips

You can find recent topics here for your listening or to share. Each Wednesday at 7:40 am, Jerry & Claude speak with local health professionals, who offer helpful tips for your health and well-being, brought to you by our friends at Adventist HealthCare

May 18: Protecting Against the Zika Virus with Rose Melendez

With spring upon us and summer right around the corner, many of us are spending more time outside – and so are those pesky mosquitos. Many of us have heard news about a virus that spreads by mosquitos called Zika virus.

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May 4: Stress Management with Rose Melendez

This week, we’re focusing on something we’re all familiar with. Whether it’s a tough boss at work or balancing our kids’ schedules – we’ve all felt it. We’re talking about stress, because it’s National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week.

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April 27: Sports Eye Safety with Rose Melendez

April is Sports Eye Safety Month—and it couldn’t come at a better time as spring sports leagues begin playing. More than 100,000 people experience sports-related eye injuries annually, with about 13,500 of these resulting in blindness. The good news is that nearly all of these injuries are preventable with the right protective eyewear.

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April 20: Protecting Your Feet with Rose Melendez

Before you run onto the field to play your favorite spring sport, be sure to step into the proper footwear. April is Foot Health Awareness Month, which serves as a perfect reminder to check out your sneakers or cleats before beginning spring athletic activities.

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April 13: Brain Health & Concussion Awareness with Rose Melendez

While you’re dusting off the baseball bat and bicycle this spring, don’t forget to grab your protective head gear. We hate to think about ourselves or loved ones having a sports-related accident, but it is important to protect our brains.

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April 6: Are You Ready to Spring Into Fitness? with Rose Melendez

Many of us are ready to enjoy the spring weather, but is your heart ready to spring into fitness? Warm weather is usually accompanied by a spike in outdoor physical activities like hiking, bike riding, and group sports.

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March 23: Poison Prevention Week with Rose Melendez

Did you know that about 700,000 drug-related poisonings occur every year? Fortunately, poisoning is preventable and treatable, of which we are reminded during National Poison Prevention Week from March 20 to 26.

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March 2: Winter Blues with Rose Melendez

While winter brings fun in the snow, it is also dreary and cold. Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD may come about as a result of the weather, causing slow movement and sluggish behavior. This form of depression occurs as a result of the change in season and can last through the winter.

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February 24: Women and Heart Disease with Rose Melendez

February is national heart month. Did you know that one in five women in the U.S. has some form of heart disease? In fact, heart disease claims more women’s lives each year than the next eight leading causes of death combined, including breast cancer.

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February 17: Scrub-a-dub-dub with Rose Melendez

“Don’t forget to wash your hands….with soap!” We’ve all heard this, most likely from our parents. As much as we may not want to admit, our parents were right! Hand washing is necessary for our health, especially during the winter months. It is the most important and easiest way to prevent illness.

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