Women's Health - on Oct. 18 Radio "House Calls"
Date Posted : 10/23/2009
Host Dr. David Fisher turned his attention to the ladies on the Oct. 18 "House Calls" show. Women's health was the topic of the show, which airs weekly from 10 to 11 p.m. on Sundays on WIND-AM 560.BMA Management, the company that manages Cambridge House of Maryville, is a featured sponsor of the weekly "House Calls" radio show as part our efforts to enhance the quality of life for older adults and their families.Dr. Fisher discussed what women need to know to stay healthy; what preventive tests are recommended; and what is unique about the female body when it comes to diet, exercise and sleep habits.As part of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, he also interviewed Dr. Julie Goldstein of Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center about her personal experience with breast cancer. During the show each week, Dr. Fisher, who is a Board Certified Gerontologist, also explores the latest health headlines and takes your phone calls."You can listen to the show live by tuning into 560-AM or by streaming via the Internet at http://560wind.townhall.com/,” says Rick Banas, Vice President of Strategic Marketing for BMA.Streaming via the Internet is especially beneficial to those who are too far away from Chicago to pick up the broadcast signal.For those who are not able to listen to this show or previous shows live or would like to hear a show again, Click here to listen to House Calls from the archive.
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