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Monday, June 29, 2009Exercise and the Brain Host(s): Lynne Ford

The evidence is incontrovertible: aerobic exercise physically transforms our brains for peak performance-and on today's Mid-Morning Dr. John Ratey explains how. The Harvard Medical School professor and author of Spark (Little, Brown and Company, ISBN # 0-426-22460-6) explores the connection between exercise and the brain, presenting startling new research to prove that exercise is truly the best defense against everything from mood disorders to ADHD to menopause to Alzheimer's.
Tuesday, December 12, 2006The Truth About Bioidentical Hormones Host(s): Lynne Ford

The threat of cancer and other serious health problems caused many women to abandon traditional hormone replacement therapy. And they've got the hot flashes, brain fog and sleep-deprived bodies to prove it. Are bioidentical hormones the answer? Dr. Angela LaSalle helps you decide when she separates fact from hype.
Wednesday, March 08, 2006A Woman's Guide to Health Host(s): Lynne Ford

Do you want to control your weight, increase your energy level, and manage stress? What woman doesn't? But with our busy lives, it's hard to make healthy lifestyle changes that last. Dr. Carrie Carter, author of "A Woman's Guide to Health" (Spire, ISBN # 0-8007-8740-4), makes it easier with doable solutions that make staying healthy a choice, not a chore.
Tags: health, menopause, stress, women, diet Categories: n/a
Thursday, February 09, 2006Second Calling Host(s): Lynne Ford

"I believe God has a special purpose for women in the second half of life that is world-changing in its scope," writes Dale Hanson Bourke in "Second Calling" (Integrity Publishers, ISBN # 1-5914-5332-1). Catch the urgency and excitement of knowing and following God in the second half of life on today's Mid-Morning.
Friday, April 08, 2005Managing Menopause Host(s): Lynne Ford

Registered Dietitian Pamela Smith knows that midlife transition can be tough. She draws on breakthrough research to provide step-by-step solutions that will help you regain hormonal balance-and your mind-as you choose how to navigate the challenges of midlife.
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