Tonight’s show focuses on how our attitudes and thinking patterns impact our ability to get a good night’s sleep. Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes psychotherapist and marriage and family therapist Jude Bijou, MA MFT, to discuss her book Attitude Reconstruction: A Blueprint for Building a Better Life.
Host Eleanor Bobrow joins Stanley R. Walker to discuss healthy aging. Stanley, who has been a certified geriatrician and internist for over 30 years, explains the steps we can take to live longer in good health both physically and mentally.
Jerzy Gregorek, co-author of The Happy Body—Five Ways to Regain Youthfulness with the Right Kind of Exercise, joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss a new study published by the Mayo Clinic. The study found that exercising for short-term results – endurance exercise for weight loss or ultra-heavy weight lifting to beef up – may actually be counterproductive for longevity and health.
Host Eleanor Bobrow discusses Building 21, a Philadelphia program due to partner with the Allentown School District beginning in September 2015. The program is centered on the interests of students and helps them create a vision for their own success in a field that they create for themselves. Laura Shubilla, Co-Founder of Building 21, and Tara Ranzy, Principal of Building 21 in Philadelphia, join as guests.
Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli, joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss the establishment of the county’s new Mental Health Court. The new court will deal with individuals with addiction problems and mental health issues.
Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Jack Stern, PhD, from Weill Cornell Medical College to discuss a problem affecting those all across the country--back problems. Jack is the author of Ending Back Pain and the co-founder of Spine Options, New York's first and only facility committed to non-surgical care of back and neck pain.
Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Warren County's Teacher of the Year 2014/2015 award recipient, Ann Marie Ball, to discuss Project Impact, her program which builds strong relationships between teachers, students, and community members to help organize community outreach programs. Joining Ann Marie Ball is Audra Churetta, a 13-year teacher at Andover Morris Elementary School and Susan Schweitzer a 22-year secretary at Freeman Elementary.
Host Eleanor Bobrow spotlights the Sigal Musuem's new exhibit, Eras of Elegance, which explores the fashion of Northampton County women from the 1750's to the 1920's. Guests Nancy O'Hanlon, Curator of the Sigal Museum, and Andria Zaia, Curator of Collections and Archives, discuss the downtown Easton museum's new exhibit running until summer 2015.