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Healthy Moments Radio Broadcast

One-minute tips on living a healthy lifestyle featuring Dr. Griffin Rodgers, Director of NIDDK.

Healthy Moments is a series of weekly radio episodes sponsored by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Healthy Moments features Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers, the Director of NIDDK, a renowned researcher in the area of sickle cell anemia.

Each week Dr. Rodgers offers tips on how to prevent and control diseases that are important to the community and NIDDK’s mission.

To hear tips on how to stay healthy, tune in to Healthy Moments on Radio One’s Stations: WMMJ Majic 102.3 FM; WWIN Magic 95.9 FM; KMJQ Majic 102.1 FM; WAMJ Majic 107.5 FM. You can also tune in on the Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell Show nationwide, including stations: WLIB-AM 1190; WNNL-FM 103.9; WLLV-AM 1240; KPZK-FM 102.5; WXOK-AM 1460.

On occasion, you can hear Healthy Moments on the Tom Joyner Morning Show nationwide.

Episodes

Each episode is 1 minute in length.


Dr. Rodgers provides parents of diabetic children with tips for talking to school staff.


Dr. Rodgers notes that students going off to college may find themselves adding unwanted pounds, and gives them tips to stay at a healthy weight.


Dr. Rodgers points out that walking is a great way to get physical activity, and gives listeners tips to help make walking a regular habit.


Dr. Rodgers discusses the risks associated with children being overweight, and provides tips to help children eat healthy and keep their physical activity level up for the fall.


Learn how telehealth can provide new ways to see a doctor without traveling long distances, from Dr. Rodgers and Dr. Pettigrew.


Dr. Rodgers and Dr. Pettigrew talk about how sensors can improve health in the future.


Do you know how sensors are used for health? Dr. Rodgers and Dr. Roderic Pettigrew explain.


Dr. Rodgers explains that men can experience urinary incontinence, and discusses the causes.


Dr. Rodgers educates listeners about the treatments for erectile dysfunction, or ED.