Let’s Just Talk-  Kathryn Raaker hosts this nationally syndicated magazine format radio program 4 days a week on AM/FM, internet and on her Free I-Tunes App. The shows features topics for today’s audience. Whether it is a guest talking about the newest technology, politics, health or other topics, it is all about informing her listeners. Kathryn has been in broadcasting for over 26 years and this show was first aired in 2003 on her home station of WCVX 1160 AM.  She is featured on the Wilkins Radio Networks, Fairfax Radio Network and W4Cy & W4Vet  Networks.

She expanded the radio show Let’s Just Talk  to  Let’s Just Talk TV a few of years ago, it became an instant hit! Now she does double duty on Let’s Just Talk but still brings the same great content to both platforms. These syndicated programs are broadcast daily on numerous markets around the world. So Tune Into “Let’s Just Talk” Radio and Specials of Let’s Just Talk TV to be informed and entertained!


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    Our first guest today is National Commander of the American Legion Brett P. Reistad, he will be discussing The Nation’s Largest Veterans Organization Observing 100th Birthday and  Memorial Day 2019, Issues Facing America’s Heroes. U.S. Army veteran Brett P. Reistad (rye STAD) was elected the 100th National Commander of The American Legion during the organization’s 100th National Convention on August 30, 2018. A retired lieutenant with the Fairfax County (Va.) Police Department, Reistad was a U.S. Army infantryman from 1974 to 1978 and served with the Presidential Salute Battery of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) at historic Fort Myer, Va. He participated in the Inaugural ceremony for President Carter and other high-profile events. A member of American Legion Post 270 in McLean, Va., he is leading the nation’s largest veteran’s organization through its centennial year. The American Legion was founded in 1919 by a group of American World War I veterans in Paris, France. “Memorial Day is solemn time to honor the ultimate sacrifices that have been made by American heroes since our nation’s founding,” Reistad said. “But really, the families of these heroes remember the loss of their loved ones every day. The American Legion calls on all Americans to offer their heartfelt support to all Gold Star families. When The American Legion was founded 100 years ago, most Americans believed that World War I was the ‘war to end all wars.’ Sadly, it wasn’t. But from that war came an organization that was built on the four pillars of a strong national defense, care for veterans, patriotic youth programs and Americanism. That organization is The American Legion and we are still dedicated to serving this great nation.” For more information go to:  www.legion.org

     

    Our next guest is Freda C. Lewis-Hall, MD, DFAPA, she will discuss Controlling our Health. During her 35-year career in medicine, Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall has been on the front lines of health care as a clinician, researcher, and leader in the bio pharmaceuticals and life sciences industries. An award-winning advocate for health equity and improved outcomes for all patients, she provides consumer health insight and commentary on national programs such as “Dr. Phil,” and “The Doctors,” and is a regular speaker making dozens of appearances a year at consumer and health care conferences. Dr. Lewis-Hall is co-editor of the book Psychiatric Illness in Women: Emerging Treatments and Research and gives health analysis, tips, and wellness information through the consumer health website, GetHealthyStayHealthy.com

     

     

    Dr. Adam Sonabend, MD, director of the Hispanic Brain and Spine Tumor Program at Northwestern Memorial Hospital will discuss the need for this program in the Hispanic and Latino community and the importance of personalized patient care. He will also discuss what makes this program unique and what it will provide to patients. When communicating with medical professionals, whether it is for yourself or on behalf of a loved one, it’s important to have someone that can guide you through the diagnosis and treatment options in your native language. Personalized patient care should not stop at treatment but instead should extend to the point of recognizing cultural differences, how it may influence the individual and family, and most importantly communicating care effectively. Northwestern Medicine is launching a Hispanic Brain and Spine Tumor Program in Chicago that will serve the Hispanic and Latino populations and their family members. Through this program, life-saving neurological care will be more easily accessible by removing cultural, linguistic barriers to patients who’d prefer to speak Spanish during their hospital visit. For more information, please visit: nm.org/tumorcerebral

     

    From the latest red-carpet buzz to introducing innovative ideas to improve your lifestyle, Valerie Greenberg is an expert on pop culture and what’s trending. Valerie has interviewed an impressive roster of A-List celebrities some of which include: Howard Stern, The Late Joan Rivers, Rosario Dawson, Adrian Grenier, Eli Manning, Victor Cruz and Amare Stoudemire.  Your house may not be the only thing that needs cleaning this spring. There’s no better time than the season of new beginnings to rejuvenate your mind and body. Lifestyle expert Valerie Greenberg will share tips to help you feel better, look healthier, and be happier!  For more information go to:http://youvebeenvalidated.com/


Kathryn’s radio broadcast of Let’s Just Talk is featured on FPA Radio on Tuesdays at 8:00 AM EDT (Drive Time on Channel 36)

Kathryn’s show is on her home station in Cincinnati, Ohio, Christian Talk 1160 AM WCVX on Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m. (EDT), and Saturday evening at 7:00 PM (EDT) both on live radio simulcast on the Internet.

Kathryn is on Saturday on Wilkins Radio Networks, KKIM 1000 & KXKS 1090 AM in Albuquerque, New Mexico at 11:00 AM MT. and on Wed. at 7:00 PM MT. WWNL in Pittsburgh, PA 1080 AM at 12:30 PM and WDZY 1290 AM and WDZY 103.3 FM in Richmond, VA at 1:30 PM on Saturday and, KWDF 840 AM and KWDF 99.7FM in Alexandria, LA, at 5:00 PM, on Saturday. WBRI 1500 AM & WBRI 96.7 FM in Indianapolis at 5:30 PM.

Additionally Kathryn is on W4CY Internet Radio at 2:00 PM EDT on Thursdays and W4VET on Sunday’s at 9:00 PM EDT, these station offer world-wide Internet coverage.

Also you can always listen to Kathryn on  99 Apps and IGLU radio and listen on iHeart as well.  All her programs are archived at www.letsjusttalkradio.com. Let’s Just talk has Free App for iPhone and iPad.