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.
Vietnam veteran Dr. James Hughes shares his experiences from his service afield and in surgical hospitals with the 173D Airborne Brigade of the U.S. Army. Dr. David Walker of the Veterans Administration in Jackson joins host Dr. Rick deShazo to discuss the health issues Vietnam veterans face today as a result of their time in Vietnam and how the VA tries to help these veterans. Premiers Thursday, November 9 at 8:30 p.m. on MPB Television.Learn More
Dr. Michelle Owens and Dr. Ali Brown welcome in dentist Dr. Braden McInteer to answer all of your questions about teeth.Read More
Dr. Rick takes all listener calls on subjects ranging from Plantar Fasciitis pain to aches and pains in joints associated with the change in weather.Read More
Halloween, fun for some but is it for all? Do you like being scared? Are you one of those who thrive on the adrenaline rush that fright brings or do you avoid it at all costs? There’s some science behind why scary stuff is so popular. Let’s talk about what is going on in your life.Read More
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. On this week's show, Wendy Mahoney, the executive director of the Mississippi Coalition Against Domestic Violence is in studio with Dr. Michelle Owens and host Karen Brown.Read More
Dr. Jimmy Stewart takes a look at how to keep you kids and teens safe, both in the streets at night and with regard to candy and diet on this week's Southern Remedy Kids & Teens.Read More