Mid-Morning Full Archive

Search through our archives of Mid-Morning programs below. If the audio archive is not available to Listen Online or Download, we probably still have the program audio in our offices. You can order a CD from us. To listen to the Mid-Morning shows please download the WBCL App and click on Podcats.
 Take Note!
*If you are trying to search for something in the archives, you may notice searching is currently limited. We have to make some manual adjustments to each archived show to allow it to show up in the search, so in the meantime, click "search" without typing anything in the box first...and this will bring up the full listing of shows. THEN you can type in the key word and find the program you're looking for! Our apologies for the extra step...it's just temporary!

search by keyword
** search results for the tag: smoking **
Monday, September 15, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Nutrition expert Dr. Ann Kulze explains the super health benefits of salsa and garlic; and unpacks studies that indicate connections between smoking and strokes and obesity and a higher risk for colorectal polyps. The author of "Dr. Ann's 10-Step Diet" (ISBN# 0974832804, Top Ten Wellness and Fitness) answers listeners' nutrition-related health questions as well.
 
Monday, April 14, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

A normal weight doesn't always equal a healthy weight. Dr. Ann Kulze explains why on her monthly Mid-Morning show. The health and nutrition expert also unpacks a recent study linking belly fat's role in boosting dementia risks, identifies foods that make it easier to quit smoking, and answers your wellness questions.
 
Friday, January 11, 2008Smoking Cessation Host(s): Char Binkley

The habit of smoking is difficult to overcome. Yet continuing to smoke is devastating to our health. Studies report the harm it does to the smoker's lungs, throat, and numerous body organs. If you want to "kick the habit" in 2008, a medical team from Dupont Hospital is eager to help you do so.
 
Tags: quit smoking, smoke, habits, health Categories: n/a
Page: 1 of 1 [1]