KKIM1000 AM & KXKS1090/WWLN1080AM /WDZY1290AM /103.3FM KWDF 840AM/99.7FM/WBRI1500 AM &WBRI 96.7 FM 3/16/2019

Our first guest today is Dr. Deborah Clegg will discuss: Is a plant-based diet the right choice? She has vital information on the potential health benefits and risks of a plant-based diet for patients with chronic kidney disease, including hyperkalemia (pronounced hyper-kah-leema), which refers to having abnormally high blood potassium levels.

 Dr. Deborah Clegg, affiliated with Cedars-Sinai, UCLA and American University and lead study investigator on plant-based diets in people with CKD, has vital information for patients whose kidneys are not functioning properly. For them, newer treatment options that help facilitate the body’s potassium levels may be beneficial, while also maximizing the benefit of a plant-based diet. For more information on Dr. Clegg go to https://www.emedevents.com/speaker-profile/deborah-j-clegg-  21188 For further information on hyperkalemia, please visit highpotassium.com.


Our second guest is Rajesh N Keswani, MD, MS – Associate Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology and Hepatology) / Medical Director of Quality for the Northwestern Medicine Digestive Health Center.  March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Rajesh Keswani, is a colorectal cancer expert will discuss how important it is for  screening, trends, signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatments. For more information please visit www.nm.org/radio


Gene Goldman, Chief Investment Officer and Director of Research of Cetera Investment Management, will  discuss the markets and why investors are more optimistic now than ever. He’ll also discuss the consumer confidence numbers that were released on February 26, and the GDP data that were released on February 28, as well as outline the market’s favorite and least favorite sectors.

Gene Goldman is responsible for the strategic direction and continued growth of the firm’s research offerings. His role includes setting the vision for superior capabilities and enabling the delivery of objective investment advice. He provides day-to-day oversight of Cetera Investment Management, with a focus on providing unbiased research about the economy and financial markets, asset allocation strategies, mutual funds and other investment related topics. Mr. Goldman also helps oversee the investment committee and their commitment to delivering thought leadership on the economy, financial markets and investment strategies, as well as implementation and practice recommendations for advisers . For more information, please visit www.cetera.com  

Radio Fairfax Channel 36 3-12-2019

Carla D’Addesi, is our first guest today, Founder of COL1972, she is a Wife, Mom, and Author of several children’s books. Carla is also a political commentator who is seen regularly on FOX/OANN/CBN she will discuss Late Term Abortion issue and that Governor Cumo and other Governors are celebrating. Carla’s question to the Politicians and others is Why are you celebrating Murder? Ms. D’Addesi is also a contributor @WestJournalism.  D’Addesi continues her fight for America’s culture as a Radio Host with FOX affiliate@1180AMWFYL out of Philadelphia. She, her three daughters, and husband created COL1972 to give teens and tweens who believe that #LifeisAMAZING a place in today’s society.  Carla says “COL1972 is the Chick-Fil-A of fashion. Guilt-free shopping. You feel spiritually and emotionally healthy purchasing and wearing our product. The D’Addesi family also launched COL1972 Foundation which gives back to organizations that celebrate LIFE. 10% of your purchase gives back.”


Our second guest is Matthew Gillespie, MD, attending cardiologist in the Cardiac Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). He discusses the newest INNOVATIONS IN CARDIAC CARE CAN SAVE AND IMPROVE THE LIVES OF THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN WORLDWIDE.

Dr. Gillespie is an attending cardiologist in the Cardiac Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia with expertise in interventional cardiology and transcatheter treatment of heart disease. The Cardiac Center at CHOP cares for babies prior to birth, infants, children, and young adults with congenital and acquired heart conditions. For more information go to https://www.chop.edu/doctors/gillespie-matthew


Our last guest is Barbie Adler, executive matchmaker, relationship expert and founder of Selective Search, North America’s leading matchmaking firm. She will let singles know that there is hope of finding the perfect match! She developed the Meet Your Future® executive recruiting methodology which combines executive recruiting sensibilities with matchmaking intuition, resulting in an extremely effective process in helping people meet the love of their lives. Selective Search boasts an industry high 87% success rate and has taken the labor out of finding love through their strategic relationship process. For more information please visit www.selectivesearch.com 866-592-1200


Joy Cho, founder & creative director, Oh Joy!, is here with simple cleaning and décor tips that can bring the happy feeling of spring into your home now. Designer, Founder and Creative Director of Oh, Joy!, Joy Cho, has authored three books and consulted for hundreds of creative businesses around the world. For two years in a row, Joy was named one of Time’s 30 Most Influential People on the Internet and has the most followed account on Pinterest with almost 13 million followers.

Oh Joy! is a lifestyle brand known for the whimsy, color and unexpected twists on the everyday, and creates a wide range of products and daily editorial content with a focus on design, fashion, food and joyful moments from everyday life. Joy has partnered with Clorox to launch the brand’s first-ever Designer Collection for its Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes. For more information go to https://www.ohjoy.com/pages/about-oh-joy

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Our guest today is Barbara Hong, the author of FAILING UP: A Professor’s Odyssey of Flunking, Determination and Hope, they often conclude that her life must have always been enriched. They assume she had loving, successful parents and all the support she needed to reach her goals. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Hong’s path to an Ivy League university and beyond started in a filthy tenement in Singapore where she lived with an abusive father and an illiterate mother. Even as a child of six, she worked in her sweatshop home to help with extra money, which her father often wasted on alcohol. As she endured his drinking and abuse, she feared that the pain she internalized could shatter her.

Barbara Hong received her doctorate from Columbia University in Special Education in addition to three master’s degrees in Instructional Practices, Policy & Leadership, and as a Learning Specialist from the same institution. She was a three-time recipient of the prestigious Senior Fulbright Scholar award, and the First Honorable Visiting Scholar to Taiwan Municipal University of Education.

Hong has been a professor for more than sixteen years at the time of this publication and has taught in New York, Texas, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Hawaii. In 2014, Hong was appointed by the US State Department, Bureau of International and Information Programs, as a Speaker Specialist and Expert on Disability where she consults with governmental agencies around the globe.

Hong is a recipient of the national Teacher-of-Honor award by the international honor society in education and her University Exemplary Faculty Award. Currently, Hong is a Professor and Program Coordinator of Special Education at Brigham Young University-Hawaii. For more information, visit www.barbarahong.com.  FAILING UP is her first book.


Our next guest is Dr. Mary Dale Peterson, President of American Society of Anesthesiologists . Dr. Peterson will discuss how parents can safely manage their children’s use of pain medications and how physician anesthesiologists can help guide parents to reduce the risks. She will also be giving the results of a New Survey on The Crisis of Children and Opioid Addiction.



Our last guest is Charles Davidson, MD, Clinical Chief of Cardiology at the Northwestern Medicine Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute. Dr. Davidson is and an interventional cardiologist, will discuss how valve and/or coronary disease is diagnosed, and what to look for in a doctor or hospital to get evaluated and treated. He’ll also discuss how you can take steps to halt the progress of heart disease by understanding your risk factors and modifying the ones you can that can to lengthen and improve the quality of your life. For more information please visit www.nm.org/radio