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Thursdays at 5:30 p.m., Rowan Radio presents a weekly update on various medical topics.
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Your Health Matters
(Jan 21, 2016) Play Dowanload

Hosts Trajan Barrera and Feroza Patel are joined by guest Dr. Danielle Cooley, an associate professor of family medicine and osteopathic manipulative treatment at Rowan University's School of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Cooley discusses how to stay healthy during the cold winter months.

Your Health Matters
(Jan 14, 2016) Play Dowanload

Dr. Ben Carson is this week's special guest along with host Dr. Craig Wax. They discuss the affordability of healthcare in America. Plus, they cover issues surrounding affordability and quality of care involving the countrys current health care system.

Your Health Matters
(Jan 07, 2016) Play Dowanload

Trajan Barrera and Feroza Patel of the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine are joined by Dr. Linda Boyd, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Rowan SOM. Dr. Boyd talks about primary care medicine and training future physicians.

Your Health Matters
(Dec 31, 2015) Play Dowanload

Host Dr. Craig Wax is joined by Douglas Fisher, the New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture. They talk about school breakfast and lunch. They focus on the appropriate diet for young kids and how New Jersey is pushing for kids to eat certain things. They also discuss how school food has changed and grown over the years. Fisher shares how the state is battling childhood obesity and unhealthy diets.

Your Health Matters
(Dec 17, 2015) Play Dowanload

Trajan Barrera and Feroza Patel, students from Rowan University's School of Osteopathic Medicine, are joined by Dr. Peter Stein. The Director of Problem Based Learning at Rowan SOM and a professor, Dr. Stein talks about his exciting research he did with NASA and how that lead to his research on autism. He also talks about the things he has learned and the advancements he has pushed for.

Your Health Matters
(Dec 10, 2015) Play Dowanload

Host Dr. Craig Wax is joined by famous musician John Wetton. A member of many bands over the years, including King Crimson, UK, and Asia, Wetton talks about his battle with being an alcoholic. He shares stories from over the years and how being an alcoholic hurt not just his career, but his life. He discusses getting better and returning to the stage.

Your Health Matters
(Dec 03, 2015) Play Dowanload

Trajan Barrera and Feroza Patel, students from Rowan University's School of Osteopathic Medicine, are joined by Dr. Millicent King Channell. An associate professor and chair of osteopathic manipulative medicine at Rowan SOM, as well as an author and physician, Dr. Channel talks about her work and how the field is changing. She shares her insight on developing technologies and how she got her start.

Your Health Matters
(Nov 19, 2015) Play Dowanload

Check out the first episode with new hosts Trajan Barrera and Feroza Patel, students from Rowan University's School of Osteopathic Medicine. Their guest is Dr. Theresa Scholl, professor and award-winning researcher at Rowan University's School of Osteopathic Medicine in obstetrics and gynecology. Listen as they discuss the differences and similarities between obstetrics and gynecology.

Your Health Matters
(Nov 05, 2015) Play Dowanload

Host Dr. Craig Wax is joined by Dr. Kelli Ward, an Arizona state senator and osteopathic family physician. Currently running for U.S. Senate, Dr. Ward talks about balancing her medical practices with politics. She joins the show to discuss public health and edicts versus anarchy.

Your Health Matters
(Oct 22, 2015) Play Dowanload

Host Dr. Craig Wax is joined by Dr. Deedra Mason, the Director of Clinical Education at nutraMetrix in North Carolina. They talk about appropriate vitamins and vitamin delivery systems. Which delivery system is the best? Are multivitamins the way to go? All that and more will be explored in this episode.

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