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
Is there someone that you need to say thank you to for a kindness? Stop, now is time to show that gratefulness. There are benefits to both you and the one that you thank. There’s no season for this gratefulness. Now is the best time. Let’s talk about what is going on in your life!Read More
Dr. Carl Mangum joins Dr. Josie Bidwell to talk about first aid and response. Do you know what to do if you witness an emergency? Listen in for info on how to be an effective first responder.Read More
Dr. Rick takes calls on several topics, and speaks about his time served in the military leading up to Veteran's Day.Read More
Are you feeling shell-shocked? Every time you turn around, there is another horrific event. Why is it almost always men who commit these terrible acts. Rates of depression and anxiety are rapidly increasing. But more women than men have depression and anxiety. What are we doing to our boys?Read More
Dr. Josie Bidwell welcomes Kathy Clem, Executive Director of the Good Samaritan Center and Tara Hunter, Executive Director of Run for the Girls in to the studio!Read More