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Ask MomRN Show Season 9 Episode 5

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Fall is here, the holidays are right around the corner and so is the start of flu season, that time of body aches, chills, fever, cough, runny or stuffy nose, sore throat, fatigue and headaches. But the flu is also a highly contagious infection causing mild to severe illness, serious complications and in some cases, even death. So how can we protect ourselves and our family for the upcoming flu season?  Kim Tran, MS PharmD: APhA trained immunizer and published researcher, is with us today to share how you can make plans now to prepare yourself and your family for the flu season.

Digestive issues are something many of us can relate to, at least some of the time. But what if that stomachache isn’t just a stomachache, but an underlying, yet treatable condition known as EPI? Joining us today is Dr. Phil Hart, to talk about why it’s important for people to speak candidly with their healthcare professional about their gastrointestinal issues (GI) and why digestive health should be a priority for everyone.  

For people with chronic sinusitis, cold and allergy season seem to last an eternity. Dr. Murray Ramanathan, Jr., shares treatment options for suffers of chronic sinusitis.

Thanksgiving is approaching fast. If you are one of those people that spends turkey day in the kitchen for hours prepping and cooking, our next guest says he has a solution that gives you more time with your family and the best turkey you have ever had. John McLemore has authored 3 cookbooks.  He joins us to tell us how to make the most of our kitchen time this Thanksgiving!

We also have important information to share about lung cancer and caregivers for those fighting lung cancer.

Join Tamara Walker and her expert guests for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family.

 

 

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