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Monday 5/25
12:00 am – Monday Midnight Doctor Radio Jump Start To Summer Health Marathon
Doctor Radio Jump Start To Summer Health Marathon

The Doctor Radio Jump Start to Summer Health Marathon is all the information you need to look and feel your best this summer! Get tips for easing into your hot weather sports activities. Learn about the most effective sunscreen. Hear how to protect your family against Lyme Disease. Traveling? Be prepared for the worst with the right healthcare coverage. Going to the beach or heading poolside? Hear the steps you should take to prevent swimming injuries and drowning. Having a BBQ? Learn how to make delicious but healthy foods---and how to take care of guests with food restrictions.

Tuesday 5/26
12:00 am – 2:00 am Orthopedics
Orthopedics

In this episode of the Orthopedics show Drs. Dennis Cardone and Mike Alaia are in studio and talking about treatments for knees, ACL injuries, biologic research and the first US Plastic Meniscus implant. We also talk about youth overuse injuries and look specifically at baseball. How important is cross training for a young athlete? How early should we worry about throwing time? And how can we keep young pitchers safe from early injury? Tune in to find out about monitoring your young pitcher’s practice and throwing schedule. Lastly we talk about back pain, chronic lower back pain and non-surgical ways to treat back pain.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine

Olympic Gold Medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee joins ER doctors Billy Goldberg and Howard Greller to share her moving story of grueling preparations and painful injuries---and how she handled the difficult side effects of the medications needed to manage her pain.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Rehabilitative Medicine
Rehabilitative Medicine

Do you know The Meaty Truth? Join Dr. Jonathan Whiteson as he looks at meat consumption in America, and how it might be harming your health – and the environment. Find out how eating one less hamburger a week can impact air quality, and why the body absorbs more calcium from some vegetables than from milk. We’ll also discuss life after a cardiac event, and how emotional recovery from a stroke or heart attack impacts physical recovery, too. Hear about a new American Heart Association program aiming to connect people going through similar journeys. Plus, do your feet hurt? Has a sudden slip caused lingering heel pain that won’t go away? We’ll talk all about protecting your feet from injury, blisters, and other annoyances.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Pulmonology
Pulmonology

There's bacteria lurking in our water and soil that could lead to lung infection. Pulmonologist Dr. Frank Adams explains what it is, how it is treated, and why these normally benign germs infect some people and not others. Plus, asthma. Hear about a program aiming to improve communication between school nurses, and the families and primary care providers of these high risk children.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Everyday Health
Everyday Health

Annual check-ups, coughs, colds, bruises, sprains, congestion, headache, it's all part of everyday medicine for the entire family. Dr Carol Bernstein is on call answering the everyday health issues we all face. With guests spanning medical specialties including pediatrics, cardiology, ophthalmology, and orthopedics to name a few, it's the family practice of Doctor Radio.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Dermatology
Dermatology

Dermatologist Dr. Doris Day discusses anti-aging solutions and the newest treatments for skin rejuvenation.

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Psychiatry
Psychiatry

Scientology. Psychiatrist Dr. Michael Aronoff talks to a member of this church which claims some of the biggest names in show business. Hear her story of how and why she managed to escape what she considers to be a billion-dollar cult.

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Heart Surgery
Heart Surgery

Is there a link between heart failure and cognitive decline? Cardiac surgeon Dr. Abe DeAnda examines the latest research on the health risks associated with heart disease. Plus, he examines the best ways to prevent, treat, and manage vascular conditions like deep vein thrombosis and varicose veins.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm The Ophthalmology Show
The Ophthalmology Show

Ophthalmologists Dr.Elisabeth Cohen and Dr. Lisa Park are available to answer all of your spring and summer eye health questions.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Pulmonology
Pulmonology

There's bacteria lurking in our water and soil that could lead to lung infection. Pulmonologist Dr. Frank Adams explains what it is, how it is treated, and why these normally benign germs infect some people and not others. Plus, asthma. Hear about a program aiming to improve communication between school nurses, and the families and primary care providers of these high risk children.

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery

Is fat graft a “safer” option for breast reconstruction? Does a fat grafted reconstructed breast look or feel more real? And what cosmetic options do patients have using their own fat? Tune in to the Plastic Surgery show this Tuesday at 6pm EAST. This week Dr. Alexes Hazen and Dr. Nolan Karp are LIVE in studio. This week they are talking about medical and cosmetic options for different fat graft procedures. Plus their discuss the latest news, breakthroughs and plastic surgery headlines AND they’ll take your questions and calls.

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Everyday Health
Everyday Health

Annual check-ups, coughs, colds, bruises, sprains, congestion, headache, it's all part of everyday medicine for the entire family. Dr Carol Bernstein is on call answering the everyday health issues we all face. With guests spanning medical specialties including pediatrics, cardiology, ophthalmology, and orthopedics to name a few, it's the family practice of Doctor Radio.

10:00 pm – Tuesday Midnight Psychiatry
Psychiatry

Scientology. Psychiatrist Dr. Michael Aronoff talks to a member of this church which claims some of the biggest names in show business. Hear her story of how and why she managed to escape what she considers to be a billion-dollar cult.

Wednesday 5/27
12:00 am – 2:00 am Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery

Is fat graft a “safer” option for breast reconstruction? Does a fat grafted reconstructed breast look or feel more real? And what cosmetic options do patients have using their own fat? Tune in to the Plastic Surgery show this Tuesday at 6pm EAST. This week Dr. Alexes Hazen and Dr. Nolan Karp are LIVE in studio. This week they are talking about medical and cosmetic options for different fat graft procedures. Plus their discuss the latest news, breakthroughs and plastic surgery headlines AND they’ll take your questions and calls.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Everyday Health
Everyday Health

Annual check-ups, coughs, colds, bruises, sprains, congestion, headache, it's all part of everyday medicine for the entire family. Dr Carol Bernstein is on call answering the everyday health issues we all face. With guests spanning medical specialties including pediatrics, cardiology, ophthalmology, and orthopedics to name a few, it's the family practice of Doctor Radio.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Psychiatry
Psychiatry

Scientology. Psychiatrist Dr. Michael Aronoff talks to a member of this church which claims some of the biggest names in show business. Hear her story of how and why she managed to escape what she considers to be a billion-dollar cult.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Interventional Cardiology
Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Fred Feit, an internationally-renowned interventional cardiologist, likes to accentuate the positive on his weekly program Heart to Heart. You'll hear stories that will inspire you as well as make you laugh - and also take away the best medical information available on the radio. Dr. Feit and his team at Bellevue Hospital helped revolutionize the treatment of patients who suffer heart attacks, but for Fred it's not about his legendary technical skills. He loves treating the whole patient and not just the blocked artery in isolation.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Primary Care Medicine
Primary Care Medicine

Getting healthy, staying healthy, living healthy. It all begins with a better understanding of every aspect of your health. Tune in to Dr. Marina Kurian, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the NYU Langone Medical Center, as she simplifies the issues most on your mind. Compassion, humor, and plain speaking make her show a must for a healthy life.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Pediatrics: On Call For Kids
Pediatrics: On Call For Kids

Treating an infant, child or adolescent is not like treating a small adult. Our pediatricians Dr. Benard P. Dreyer, Dr. Dan Rauch, and Dr. Seema Awatramani tackle allergies, asthma, ear infections, childhood obesity and cuts and bruises as well as signs of autism, ADHD and other developmental issues.

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm The Otolaryngology Show
The Otolaryngology Show

Join the doctors from the NYU Langone Medical Center's Otolaryngology Department as they cover topics affecting the health of the ears, the nose, and throat.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery

Is fat graft a “safer” option for breast reconstruction? Does a fat grafted reconstructed breast look or feel more real? And what cosmetic options do patients have using their own fat? Tune in to the Plastic Surgery show this Tuesday at 6pm EAST. This week Dr. Alexes Hazen and Dr. Nolan Karp are LIVE in studio. This week they are talking about medical and cosmetic options for different fat graft procedures. Plus their discuss the latest news, breakthroughs and plastic surgery headlines AND they’ll take your questions and calls.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Interventional Cardiology
Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Fred Feit, an internationally-renowned interventional cardiologist, likes to accentuate the positive on his weekly program Heart to Heart. You'll hear stories that will inspire you as well as make you laugh - and also take away the best medical information available on the radio. Dr. Feit and his team at Bellevue Hospital helped revolutionize the treatment of patients who suffer heart attacks, but for Fred it's not about his legendary technical skills. He loves treating the whole patient and not just the blocked artery in isolation.

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Men's Health
Men's Health

Men's Health explores in-depth a wide variety of general and sexual issues. Hosted by renowned Drs. Herb Lepor, a pioneer in sexually sensitive prostate removal, Joe Alukal, Director of Reproductive Health & Benign Diseases of Prostate, and Stacy Loeb, an internationally recognized expert on the early diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Primary Care Medicine
Primary Care Medicine

Getting healthy, staying healthy, living healthy. It all begins with a better understanding of every aspect of your health. Tune in to Dr. Marina Kurian, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the NYU Langone Medical Center, as she simplifies the issues most on your mind. Compassion, humor, and plain speaking make her show a must for a healthy life.

10:00 pm – Wednesday Midnight The Otolaryngology Show
The Otolaryngology Show

Join the doctors from the NYU Langone Medical Center's Otolaryngology Department as they cover topics affecting the health of the ears, the nose, and throat.

Thursday 5/28
12:00 am – 2:00 am Men's Health
Men's Health

Men's Health explores in-depth a wide variety of general and sexual issues. Hosted by renowned Drs. Herb Lepor, a pioneer in sexually sensitive prostate removal, Joe Alukal, Director of Reproductive Health & Benign Diseases of Prostate, and Stacy Loeb, an internationally recognized expert on the early diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer

2:00 am – 4:00 am Primary Care Medicine
Primary Care Medicine

Getting healthy, staying healthy, living healthy. It all begins with a better understanding of every aspect of your health. Tune in to Dr. Marina Kurian, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the NYU Langone Medical Center, as she simplifies the issues most on your mind. Compassion, humor, and plain speaking make her show a must for a healthy life.

4:00 am – 6:00 am The Otolaryngology Show
The Otolaryngology Show

Join the doctors from the NYU Langone Medical Center's Otolaryngology Department as they cover topics affecting the health of the ears, the nose, and throat.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine

Here's your chance to get in on the action first hand with the doctors who fix up these amazing athletes and get their world class advice about your own body. Join our Sports Medicine hosts for in-depth looks at the ligament strains and meniscus tears that happen on the field and in everyday life, plus take a look at dangerous pre-existing conditions and the latest treatment options.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine

Hear the real-life stories of the trauma and the drama ER doctors face every day from host Dr. Billy Goldberg, Assistant Professor and Assistant Director, NYU Department of Emergency Medicine.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Women's Health
Women's Health

Having busy lives as wives, mothers, and career women doesn't always make it easy for women to pay attention to themselves and their bodies. Host Dr. Nieca Goldberg, a cardiologist and a nationally recognized pioneer in women's heart health, will help both women and men everywhere recognize the signs and symptoms of heart disease and other serious health risks. Dr. Goldberg is Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of the NYU Women's Heart Program. She has been named five times to New York Magazine's "Best Doctors" list and the author of Women are Not Small Men and Dr. Nieca Goldberg's Complete Guide to Women's Health.

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Health Care Connect
Health Care Connect

Claims, co-pays, deductibles, networks, partial coverage, referrals--NYU Langone Medical Center's Andrew Rubin, Matt Penziner, and Allison Vogel will guide you through the health care system and make it as simple as possible, discussing the latest news and rules, and answering your specific insurance questions.

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Pediatrics: On Call For Kids
Pediatrics: On Call For Kids

Treating an infant, child or adolescent is not like treating a small adult. Our pediatricians Dr. Benard P. Dreyer, Dr. Dan Rauch, and Dr. Seema Awatramani tackle allergies, asthma, ear infections, childhood obesity and cuts and bruises as well as signs of autism, ADHD and other developmental issues.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Doctor Radio Reports
Doctor Radio Reports

From mammograms to medical marijuana, fitness to Facebook, autism to ADD medications, if you're talking about it, we're covering it. Each week former NBC News anchor Perri Peltz talks with top experts to answer your questions. Doctor Radio Reports goes behind the headlines to get the information you need .

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine

Here's your chance to get in on the action first hand with the doctors who fix up these amazing athletes and get their world class advice about your own body. Join our Sports Medicine hosts for in-depth looks at the ligament strains and meniscus tears that happen on the field and in everyday life, plus take a look at dangerous pre-existing conditions and the latest treatment options.

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Dermatology
Dermatology

With laser treatments and Botox on the rise, more and more people have questions. Are they safe? Do they really work? Tune in for these answers and more as our doctors cover everything from acne and psoriasis to rosacea and hair loss. Hosted by Dr. Doris Day, Dr. Michael Whitlow, and Dr. Sarika Ramachandran.

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine

Hear the real-life stories of the trauma and the drama ER doctors face every day from host Dr. Billy Goldberg, Assistant Professor and Assistant Director, NYU Department of Emergency Medicine.

10:00 pm – Thursday Midnight Health Care Connect
Health Care Connect

Claims, co-pays, deductibles, networks, partial coverage, referrals--NYU Langone Medical Center's Andrew Rubin, Matt Penziner, and Allison Vogel will guide you through the health care system and make it as simple as possible, discussing the latest news and rules, and answering your specific insurance questions.

Friday 5/29
12:00 am – 2:00 am Dermatology
Dermatology

With laser treatments and Botox on the rise, more and more people have questions. Are they safe? Do they really work? Tune in for these answers and more as our doctors cover everything from acne and psoriasis to rosacea and hair loss. Hosted by Dr. Doris Day, Dr. Michael Whitlow, and Dr. Sarika Ramachandran.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Men's Health
Men's Health

Men's Health explores in-depth a wide variety of general and sexual issues. Hosted by renowned Drs. Herb Lepor, a pioneer in sexually sensitive prostate removal, Joe Alukal, Director of Reproductive Health & Benign Diseases of Prostate, and Stacy Loeb, an internationally recognized expert on the early diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer

4:00 am – 6:00 am Pulmonology
Pulmonology

There's bacteria lurking in our water and soil that could lead to lung infection. Pulmonologist Dr. Frank Adams explains what it is, how it is treated, and why these normally benign germs infect some people and not others. Plus, asthma. Hear about a program aiming to improve communication between school nurses, and the families and primary care providers of these high risk children.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Heart Surgery
Heart Surgery

Cardiac Surgeons Greg Ribakove and Abe DeAnda take you into the OR, describing the intricate surgeries they perform many times a week, from the now-common bypass surgery and valve repair, to the heroic efforts of saving the life of an accident or crime victim. You'll feel the adrenaline rush as they hold the life of a patient in their hands.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Child Psychiatry/Psychology: About Our Kids
Child Psychiatry/Psychology: About Our Kids

This program gives essential information and advice about child, teen and family mental health, from psychiatric and learning disorders to self-esteem and school success. Hear expert guests from the NYU Child Study Center and around the world. More information visit www.aboutourkids.org/sirius

10:00 am – 11:00 am Doctor Radio Reports
Doctor Radio Reports

From mammograms to medical marijuana, fitness to Facebook, autism to ADD medications, if you're talking about it, we're covering it. Each week former NBC News anchor Perri Peltz talks with top experts to answer your questions. Doctor Radio Reports goes behind the headlines to get the information you need .

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Health Care Connect
Health Care Connect

Claims, co-pays, deductibles, networks, partial coverage, referrals--NYU Langone Medical Center's Andrew Rubin, Matt Penziner, and Allison Vogel will guide you through the health care system and make it as simple as possible, discussing the latest news and rules, and answering your specific insurance questions.

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Nutrition and Exercise
Nutrition and Exercise

We all know we need to eat right and exercise regularly, but it's not always easy to make smart choices. Registered dietician and exercise physiologist Samantha Heller will offer tips and encouragement throughout the week. She'll debunk the latest fad diet and tell you what nutritional supplements really make a difference. She'll also tell you how eating right can prevent and control medical conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Primary Care Medicine
Primary Care Medicine

Getting healthy, staying healthy, living healthy. It all begins with a better understanding of every aspect of your health. Tune in to Dr. Marina Kurian, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the NYU Langone Medical Center, as she simplifies the issues most on your mind. Compassion, humor, and plain speaking make her show a must for a healthy life.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Heart Surgery
Heart Surgery

Cardiac Surgeons Greg Ribakove and Abe DeAnda take you into the OR, describing the intricate surgeries they perform many times a week, from the now-common bypass surgery and valve repair, to the heroic efforts of saving the life of an accident or crime victim. You'll feel the adrenaline rush as they hold the life of a patient in their hands.

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Sexual Health
Sexual Health

Dr. Miriam Greene speaks with an onco-gynecologist about catching the ‘below the belt’ cancers sooner (below the belt cancers include all gynecological cancers, including ovarian cancer). Find out why Pap smears are important, but not the only step in detecting cancer, and how doctors are detecting, treating, and working to prevent these types of cancers.

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Child Psychiatry/Psychology: About Our Kids
Child Psychiatry/Psychology: About Our Kids

This program gives essential information and advice about child, teen and family mental health, from psychiatric and learning disorders to self-esteem and school success. Hear expert guests from the NYU Child Study Center and around the world. More information visit www.aboutourkids.org/sirius

10:00 pm – Friday Midnight Nutrition and Exercise
Nutrition and Exercise

We all know we need to eat right and exercise regularly, but it's not always easy to make smart choices. Registered dietician and exercise physiologist Samantha Heller will offer tips and encouragement throughout the week. She'll debunk the latest fad diet and tell you what nutritional supplements really make a difference. She'll also tell you how eating right can prevent and control medical conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure.

Saturday 5/30
12:00 am – 2:00 am Sexual Health
Sexual Health

Dr. Miriam Greene speaks with an onco-gynecologist about catching the ‘below the belt’ cancers sooner (below the belt cancers include all gynecological cancers, including ovarian cancer). Find out why Pap smears are important, but not the only step in detecting cancer, and how doctors are detecting, treating, and working to prevent these types of cancers.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Interventional Cardiology
Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Fred Feit, an internationally-renowned interventional cardiologist, likes to accentuate the positive on his weekly program Heart to Heart. You'll hear stories that will inspire you as well as make you laugh - and also take away the best medical information available on the radio. Dr. Feit and his team at Bellevue Hospital helped revolutionize the treatment of patients who suffer heart attacks, but for Fred it's not about his legendary technical skills. He loves treating the whole patient and not just the blocked artery in isolation.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine

Join Dr. Ira Breite as he talks about irregular heartbeats in teens and student athletes, and the importance of screening your children before they start a sport in the heat. Plus, as vacation season approaches, we’ll be talking about fearful flying – and what you can do to calm down your nerves, before you take off!

6:00 am – 8:00 am Orthopedics
Orthopedics

In this episode of the Orthopedics show Drs. Dennis Cardone and Mike Alaia are in studio and talking about treatments for knees, ACL injuries, biologic research and the first US Plastic Meniscus implant. We also talk about youth overuse injuries and look specifically at baseball. How important is cross training for a young athlete? How early should we worry about throwing time? And how can we keep young pitchers safe from early injury? Tune in to find out about monitoring your young pitcher’s practice and throwing schedule. Lastly we talk about back pain, chronic lower back pain and non-surgical ways to treat back pain.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Dermatology
Dermatology

With laser treatments and Botox on the rise, more and more people have questions. Are they safe? Do they really work? Tune in for these answers and more as our doctors cover everything from acne and psoriasis to rosacea and hair loss. Hosted by Dr. Doris Day, Dr. Michael Whitlow, and Dr. Sarika Ramachandran.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Pediatrics: On Call For Kids
Pediatrics: On Call For Kids

Treating an infant, child or adolescent is not like treating a small adult. Our pediatricians Dr. Benard P. Dreyer, Dr. Dan Rauch, and Dr. Seema Awatramani tackle allergies, asthma, ear infections, childhood obesity and cuts and bruises as well as signs of autism, ADHD and other developmental issues.

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine

Hear the real-life stories of the trauma and the drama ER doctors face every day from host Dr. Billy Goldberg, Assistant Professor and Assistant Director, NYU Department of Emergency Medicine.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery

Is fat graft a “safer” option for breast reconstruction? Does a fat grafted reconstructed breast look or feel more real? And what cosmetic options do patients have using their own fat? Tune in to the Plastic Surgery show this Tuesday at 6pm EAST. This week Dr. Alexes Hazen and Dr. Nolan Karp are LIVE in studio. This week they are talking about medical and cosmetic options for different fat graft procedures. Plus their discuss the latest news, breakthroughs and plastic surgery headlines AND they’ll take your questions and calls.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Psychiatry
Psychiatry

Scientology. Psychiatrist Dr. Michael Aronoff talks to a member of this church which claims some of the biggest names in show business. Hear her story of how and why she managed to escape what she considers to be a billion-dollar cult.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Doctor Radio Reports
Doctor Radio Reports

From mammograms to medical marijuana, fitness to Facebook, autism to ADD medications, if you're talking about it, we're covering it. Each week former NBC News anchor Perri Peltz talks with top experts to answer your questions. Doctor Radio Reports goes behind the headlines to get the information you need .

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Primary Care Medicine
Primary Care Medicine

Getting healthy, staying healthy, living healthy. It all begins with a better understanding of every aspect of your health. Tune in to Dr. Marina Kurian, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the NYU Langone Medical Center, as she simplifies the issues most on your mind. Compassion, humor, and plain speaking make her show a must for a healthy life.

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Men's Health
Men's Health

Men's Health explores in-depth a wide variety of general and sexual issues. Hosted by renowned Drs. Herb Lepor, a pioneer in sexually sensitive prostate removal, Joe Alukal, Director of Reproductive Health & Benign Diseases of Prostate, and Stacy Loeb, an internationally recognized expert on the early diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer

10:00 pm – Saturday Midnight Sexual Health
Sexual Health

Dr. Miriam Greene speaks with an onco-gynecologist about catching the ‘below the belt’ cancers sooner (below the belt cancers include all gynecological cancers, including ovarian cancer). Find out why Pap smears are important, but not the only step in detecting cancer, and how doctors are detecting, treating, and working to prevent these types of cancers.

Sunday 5/31
12:00 am – 2:00 am Orthopedics
Orthopedics

In this episode of the Orthopedics show Drs. Dennis Cardone and Mike Alaia are in studio and talking about treatments for knees, ACL injuries, biologic research and the first US Plastic Meniscus implant. We also talk about youth overuse injuries and look specifically at baseball. How important is cross training for a young athlete? How early should we worry about throwing time? And how can we keep young pitchers safe from early injury? Tune in to find out about monitoring your young pitcher’s practice and throwing schedule. Lastly we talk about back pain, chronic lower back pain and non-surgical ways to treat back pain.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Women's Health
Women's Health

Having busy lives as wives, mothers, and career women doesn't always make it easy for women to pay attention to themselves and their bodies. Host Dr. Nieca Goldberg, a cardiologist and a nationally recognized pioneer in women's heart health, will help both women and men everywhere recognize the signs and symptoms of heart disease and other serious health risks. Dr. Goldberg is Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of the NYU Women's Heart Program. She has been named five times to New York Magazine's "Best Doctors" list and the author of Women are Not Small Men and Dr. Nieca Goldberg's Complete Guide to Women's Health.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Child Psychiatry/Psychology: About Our Kids
Child Psychiatry/Psychology: About Our Kids

This program gives essential information and advice about child, teen and family mental health, from psychiatric and learning disorders to self-esteem and school success. Hear expert guests from the NYU Child Study Center and around the world. More information visit www.aboutourkids.org/sirius

6:00 am – 8:00 am Pulmonology
Pulmonology

There's bacteria lurking in our water and soil that could lead to lung infection. Pulmonologist Dr. Frank Adams explains what it is, how it is treated, and why these normally benign germs infect some people and not others. Plus, asthma. Hear about a program aiming to improve communication between school nurses, and the families and primary care providers of these high risk children.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Nutrition and Exercise
Nutrition and Exercise

We all know we need to eat right and exercise regularly, but it's not always easy to make smart choices. Registered dietician and exercise physiologist Samantha Heller will offer tips and encouragement throughout the week. She'll debunk the latest fad diet and tell you what nutritional supplements really make a difference. She'll also tell you how eating right can prevent and control medical conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Child Psychiatry/Psychology: About Our Kids
Child Psychiatry/Psychology: About Our Kids

This program gives essential information and advice about child, teen and family mental health, from psychiatric and learning disorders to self-esteem and school success. Hear expert guests from the NYU Child Study Center and around the world. More information visit www.aboutourkids.org/sirius

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Interventional Cardiology
Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Fred Feit, an internationally-renowned interventional cardiologist, likes to accentuate the positive on his weekly program Heart to Heart. You'll hear stories that will inspire you as well as make you laugh - and also take away the best medical information available on the radio. Dr. Feit and his team at Bellevue Hospital helped revolutionize the treatment of patients who suffer heart attacks, but for Fred it's not about his legendary technical skills. He loves treating the whole patient and not just the blocked artery in isolation.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm The Otolaryngology Show
The Otolaryngology Show

Join the doctors from the NYU Langone Medical Center's Otolaryngology Department as they cover topics affecting the health of the ears, the nose, and throat.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Heart Surgery
Heart Surgery

Cardiac Surgeons Greg Ribakove and Abe DeAnda take you into the OR, describing the intricate surgeries they perform many times a week, from the now-common bypass surgery and valve repair, to the heroic efforts of saving the life of an accident or crime victim. You'll feel the adrenaline rush as they hold the life of a patient in their hands.

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine

Join Dr. Ira Breite as he talks about irregular heartbeats in teens and student athletes, and the importance of screening your children before they start a sport in the heat. Plus, as vacation season approaches, we’ll be talking about fearful flying – and what you can do to calm down your nerves, before you take off!

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Doctor Radio Reports
Doctor Radio Reports

From mammograms to medical marijuana, fitness to Facebook, autism to ADD medications, if you're talking about it, we're covering it. Each week former NBC News anchor Perri Peltz talks with top experts to answer your questions. Doctor Radio Reports goes behind the headlines to get the information you need .

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Rehabilitative Medicine
Rehabilitative Medicine

Do you know The Meaty Truth? Join Dr. Jonathan Whiteson as he looks at meat consumption in America, and how it might be harming your health – and the environment. Find out how eating one less hamburger a week can impact air quality, and why the body absorbs more calcium from some vegetables than from milk. We’ll also discuss life after a cardiac event, and how emotional recovery from a stroke or heart attack impacts physical recovery, too. Hear about a new American Heart Association program aiming to connect people going through similar journeys. Plus, do your feet hurt? Has a sudden slip caused lingering heel pain that won’t go away? We’ll talk all about protecting your feet from injury, blisters, and other annoyances.

10:00 pm – Sunday Midnight Health Care Connect
Health Care Connect

Claims, co-pays, deductibles, networks, partial coverage, referrals--NYU Langone Medical Center's Andrew Rubin, Matt Penziner, and Allison Vogel will guide you through the health care system and make it as simple as possible, discussing the latest news and rules, and answering your specific insurance questions.



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