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Diabetes Roundtable Inspired by Rihanna

  Broadcast in Weight Loss

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Superstar Rihanna has notched 20 top 10 pop hits in less time than any other musician, and among female solo artists, only Madonna and Mariah Carey claim more No. 1 pop singles, period; Rihanna is tied with Whitney Houston, who also had 11. It’s little wonder that Rihanna has found such consistent success at the top of the charts and has become the most digitally downloaded artist in history.

She’s fashioned herself as a “ glam punk goddess” who likes to play with our notions of what being in command on each new album release including Unapologetic.  "You have to go into your future wanting to make a difference. You have to want to stand out. There are so many doctors, business people... you need to become the best. If you go into it like that, you can never go wrong. Keep your mindset and focus. It's not going to be easy -- there will be hard work no matter what career you choose."

Rihanna inspires this hour long whirlwind of wellness, hosted by by the happy healthcare host, Mr. Divabetic. The exciting mix of diabetes information sprinkled with Rihanna’s songs, interests and relationships aims to help you live your best life. Rihanna’s on again off again relationship with Chris Brown sparks our HOT TOPIC discussion on domestic violence with healthcare professionals and domestic violence survivors including author Elsie Spruill.  Hear how real life ‘divas’ living with diabetes handle blood sugar high’s and low’s in tricky Rihanna lifestyle-inspired settings and situations. Enjoy expert advice on food, self-care and beauty and fashion. Special guests include ‘The Charlie’s Angels of Outreach’ , Connie Frazier RD, CDE, Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDE, Neva White DNP, CRNP, CDE and Mama Rose Marie featured in popular show segments, Dining Out With A Dietitian, Mobile Apps: Wack or Wow? and Mother Your Diabetes.
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