Thursdays at 5:30 p.m., Rowan Radio presents a weekly update on various medical topics.
How to play hard and play safe?
(Feb 16, 2017)
Medical students Trajan Barrera and Feroza Patel talk to Dr. Kathryn Lambert about sports injury and how to treat them.Portion Control on Your Diet
(Feb 09, 2017)
Host Dr. Craig Wax is joined by a registered dietitian to discuss how diet can affect your health and how portion control can make a difference.What You Need to Know Before it is Too Late
(Feb 02, 2017)
Medical students Feroza Patel and Trajan Barrera talk to Dean of RowanSOM Dr. Thomas Cavaleri about facing our own mortality and important steps that must be taken to ensure that YOU receive the kind of care that YOU want at the end of life and how your physician can help make sure it happens.Advancements in Cardiac Catheterization in 2017
(Jan 26, 2017)
Host Dr. Craig Wax speaks with Dr. Brian Corbett, an osteopathic physician. They discuss some exciting advancements breakthing through in cardiology this year.The Perfect Time to Quit Smoking
(Jan 19, 2017)
Hosts Trajan Barrera and Feroza Patel talk with Family Medicine Physician Dr. Linda Boyd about taking control in 2017 and how your doctor can be there to help.Being Vegetarian on the Road
(Jan 12, 2017)
Host Dr. Craig Wax speaks with Eric Bazilian, founder of Philadelphia rock band, The Hooters. Eric discusses his journey toward vegan/vegetarianism and how he manages that lifestyle on the road.The Trouble With Ankles
(Dec 29, 2016)
Host Dr. Craig Wax is joined by podiatrist, Dr. Hurley of the Cooper Bone and Joint Centers of Glassboro and Marlton. They explore the various medical problems that come with ankles, along with treatment plans and prevention methods.Are we obese because of the commercials?
(Dec 22, 2016)
During the holiday season, medical students Feroza Patel and Trajan barrera talk to Dr. Deborah Podolin about how big food companies are spending millions to control what we put on our plates and how it is affecting our health.From Paralysis to Walking
(Dec 15, 2016)
Host Dr. Craig Wax talks to a longshoremen who almost lost his life on the job. They discuss his injuries and how he overcame them. Special guest and nerosurgeon, Dr. Dawn Tartaglione joins in to offer some insight on paralysis and recovery.The Season for Giving
(Dec 08, 2016)
As the holidays are approaching, medical students Feroza Patel and Trajan Barrera talk to Ms.Tammy Morris, the Executive Director of the Cumberland Family Shelter about the good work that they do and why it is important to treat all people with dignity and respect and how the plight of others affects all of us.