Southern Remedy is Mississippi Public Broadcasting’s flagship wellness program dedicated to keeping Mississippians healthy. It consists of a weekday call in radio show, hosted by physicians from the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and television news documentary programs and public affairs specials.
The first signs of lower outcomes for children who live in poverty can be seen as early as 9 to 18 months and the gap only gets larger as children grow. What’s happening or not happening in a household where children live in poverty? Today we’ll be talk about the 30 million word gap. What it is, why it happens and what we can do to overcome it. Let’s talk about what is going on in your life.Read More
This week's program is about skin and wound care. Dr. Josie Bidwell welcomes in family and wound care specialist Gayle Harrell.Read More
This week's show touches a serious topic that affects us all whether directly or indirectly. Alcoholism. In studio is Denise Masters, executive director and founder of the McCoy House for Sober Living.Read More
Dr. Jimmy Stewart takes your calls and questions about asthma and how it and the allergy season interact.Read More
Dr. Rick deShazo returns to the studio to take your calls and emails in another episode of Southern Remedy.Read More