Look below for an archive of some of our past shows. You'll find the guests and topics listed below.
Taking children to the doctor for their back-to-school check-ups can be stressful for kids and their parents. How do you prepare them? What do you say about getting shots and immunizations? And it is OK to promise kids a little reward after their doctor’s exam? Children’s Hospital's Jenni Evans, Assistant Director and Parent Educator, Parenting Center will be joining us with some great tips about how to ease your child’s anxiety at the doctor’s office and he’ll have some advice for parents to keep calm as well.
The Daughters of Charity have provided compassionate health care in New Orleans for more than 180 years. With a recently renewed million-dollar grant from UnitedHealthcare, the Daughters of Charity Health Centers’ Care Fellowship Program will keep community health workers improving the coordination of local, culturally-competent social services for the underserved and uninsured. Director of Business Development and Community Engagement Zwena Randolph will be here to tell us more about the program and what kind of services it offers those in need.
Segment 3: Community Health Heroes Report – In our Community Health Heroes Report, we’ll take you to the Daughters of Charity Health Center headquarters and introduce you to the president and CEO. Michael Griffin will tell us about the Centers’ upcoming name change and rebrand and how he and his team has improved patient outcomes and the patient experience in his 11 years with Daughters of Charity.
Segment 4: Eat Fit Nola Cooking Segment - Top Box Foods Louisiana
In the kitchen, Chef Gioia of Top Box Foods Louisiana will prepare Pan Seared Chipotle Lime Salmon and Cabbage Slaw. We’ll learn about its Makin’ Groceries Program and its innovative supply chain model that delivers healthy and affordable grocery boxes to neighborhoods throughout New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Chef Gioia is joined by Director of Development Lauren Reyes, and registered dietician and nutritionist Lauren Hulin will tell us how and why Eat Fit NOLA teamed up with Top Box Foods Louisiana.
Health of Women & Children, Festival Safety, Tujaques Restaurant
DSNP, Farm-to-Table, Lucy's Bar & Restaurant
Dr. Peters, Go Red, Mardi Gras Safety, Blue Line Sandwich Shop
AHR; Mardi Gras Safety
Great American Smokeout
Breast Cancer Awareness
Alzheimer's and senior health
UHC Community Plan's $250K Donation to BRAF, Mental Health Month, Cafe Zucchini
Supporting adults with disabilities, Nat'l Autism Awareness Month, Sweg's Kitchen
Smoking Cessation Trust with former smoker Rosa Harbour, Tips for preventing Colorectal Cancer, Clean Creations
Preventing teen dating violence, Children's Dental Health Month, Eat Fit Nola: Coconut Chocolate Truffles
Daughters of Charity-Healthy 2017, American Heart Association, Chef Andrea
Backpack safety, Yoga, EFN: Voodoo BBQ
Medicaid Expansion, National Breastfeeding Month, EFN: Strawberry-stuffed Cheesecake Bites
Back to School Physicals for Kids, Smoking Cessation Trust, EFN: Root + Arrow-healthy home delivery service
American Heart Association, Hurricane Preparedness, Phil's Grill
Reacting to Allergies, Mental Health
Daughters of Charity Services, Eye Wellness, Savory Home Delivery & Chef Service
Colorectal Cancer, Ride 2 Recovery, Children's Foundation Golf Classic, Vega Tapas Cafe
Pediatric Dental Health, Louisiana Health Rankings, Reginelli's Pizza
Potential smoking ban in public housing, Heart Month, Charcoal's Gormet Burger Bar
Louisiana's Health, Holiday Toy Safety, Liberty's Kitchen
The Great Amerian Smokeout, Smoking Cessation, Diabetes Prevention, Healthy versions of Mexican Favorites
SIDS Prevention, American Heart
Association's Heart Walk, EatFit NOLA
Healthy BBQ Shrimp Recipe
Benefits of Breastfeeding, Childhood Obesity Prevention, EatFit NOLA Healthy Gameday Dishes
Childhood Stress, Stroke Statistics, Importance of Immunizations, EatFit NOLA Sushi
Update on the Health of New Orleanians, Eat Fit NOLA Bison Burger
Festigals, School-based Health Centers, Eat Fit NOLA Ceviche