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Saturday 5/28
12:00 am – 2:00 am Sexual Health
Sexual Health

Hormones. Dr. Miriam Greene examines the many changes women go through from puberty and PMS to Menopause and Hot Flashes. Plus, learn why Fibroids can cause so much physical pain.

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

A-Fib, Arrhythmia, Heart flutter. Dr. Scott Bernstein discusses the causes of heart rhythm disturbance. Learn about the latest medications being used to manage these all too common cardiac conditions.

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

Dr. Ira Breite is available to take your calls and answer your medical questions. Plus, he looks at the findings of a new study examining the causes of GERD.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Orthopedics
Orthopedics

Our Orthopedic doctors explore the future of treating bone and joint issues with the use of 3-D printing! It’s fascinating stuff! In the second hour, meet a world-renowned extreme sports athlete – doing everything from rock and ice climbing to wing suit flying and BASE jumping. He’s also a doctor! Learn how he prepares for these sports, how he stays healthy and injury-free, and how he treats the injuries of other extreme sports athletes.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Dermatology
Dermatology

Dermatologist Dr. Doris Day discusses the latest research on sunscreens. Hear about the new sunscreen reviews and get tips on how to best protect your skin. Dr. Day also takes listener calls on skin and hair issues.

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

Could a lack of sleep lead to risky behavior in teenagers? Pediatrician Dr. Benard Dreyer reviews the research.

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

ER doctors Billy Goldberg and Howard Greller share ER stories and answer listener questions about hip pain, runny nose, mercury, and choosing a doctor.

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

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Alexes Hazen looks to the EAST--- Can Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture help with anti-aging? Plus, she reviews the latest Western cosmetic procedures.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Psychiatry
Psychiatry

Procrastination. Psychiatrist Dr. Michael Aronoff looks at the reasons that may be causing you to put things off—and why knowing them can help motivate you into action.

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

Painkillers and the elderly. The opioid addiction crisis has reached epidemic proportions—seniors are at increased risk for problems. Doctor Radio’s Perri Peltz and our experts examine why the elderly are more likely to suffer from side effects and complications and the special care and attention needed when treating seniors with chronic pain.

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

Your gut biome may have more of an impact on your health and wellbeing than you might think. Dr. Vincent Pedre joins host Rachel Lustgarten to explain how to achieve a Happy Gut—and how that will help improve sleep, energy levels, reflux, and digestion! Plus, a look at weight and emotions.

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

What’s the number 1 cause of penile trauma in the United States? ZIPPERS!!! Dr. Stacey Loeb discusses how to prevent injury to this very sensitive part of the male anatomy--and what can and should be done after such an injury.

10:00 pm – Saturday Midnight Sexual Health
Sexual Health

Hormones. Dr. Miriam Greene examines the many changes women go through from puberty and PMS to Menopause and Hot Flashes. Plus, learn why Fibroids can cause so much physical pain.

Sunday 5/29
12:00 am – 2:00 am Orthopedics
Orthopedics

Our Orthopedic doctors explore the future of treating bone and joint issues with the use of 3-D printing! It’s fascinating stuff! In the second hour, meet a world-renowned extreme sports athlete – doing everything from rock and ice climbing to wing suit flying and BASE jumping. He’s also a doctor! Learn how he prepares for these sports, how he stays healthy and injury-free, and how he treats the injuries of other extreme sports athletes.

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

Dr. Nieca Goldberg looks at new technology that is helping doctors biopsy and effectively diagnose cancer of the esophagus. Plus, hear about a new opiate on the US market that has doctors concerned about abuse and overdose

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

PTSD and the Family. Drs. Jess Shatkin and Alex Barzvi examine how an individual’s traumatic experience can also affect their spouse and children—and the support networks that are available to help. Plus, hear the most current research looking at genetics and Autism.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Pulmonology
Pulmonology

Anaphylaxis. It is one of the most dangerous, yet most treatable, allergic reactions. Dr. Frank Adams reviews the symptoms to look for, and offers advice on preparing an anaphylaxis action plan. Plus, learn why cases of Tuberculosis are on the rise in the U.S. Are you at risk?

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

just in time for Memorial Day weekend—Registered dietician Samantha Heller offers grilling safety tips and healthy and delicious BBQ recipes. Plus, hear about workplace wellness and how to avoid Listeria and prevent food poisoning.

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

PTSD and the Family. Drs. Jess Shatkin and Alex Barzvi examine how an individual’s traumatic experience can also affect their spouse and children—and the support networks that are available to help. Plus, hear the most current research looking at genetics and Autism.

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

A-Fib, Arrhythmia, Heart flutter. Dr. Scott Bernstein discusses the causes of heart rhythm disturbance. Learn about the latest medications being used to manage these all too common cardiac conditions.

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

Otolaryngologist Dr. Max April examines pediatric ear, nose, and throat issues. He also talks to some medical students about studying medicine.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Cardiovascular Surgery
Cardiovascular Surgery

Could a common blood thinner increase your risk for dementia? Cardiac surgeon Dr. Greg Ribakove looks at the findings of a compelling new study. Plus, hear the latest in heart news and cardiac imaging.

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

Dr. Ira Breite is available to take your calls and answer your medical questions. Plus, he looks at the findings of a new study examining the causes of GERD.

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

Painkillers and the elderly. The opioid addiction crisis has reached epidemic proportions—seniors are at increased risk for problems. Doctor Radio’s Perri Peltz and our experts examine why the elderly are more likely to suffer from side effects and complications and the special care and attention needed when treating seniors with chronic pain.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Chief's Rounds
Chief's Rounds

Chief’s Rounds is a show bringing together medical leaders to discuss topics important to your health. Hosted by NYU Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs, Dr. Mark Pochapin.

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.

Monday 5/30
12:00 am – Monday Midnight Doctor Radio On The Road Marathon
Doctor Radio On The Road Marathon

Doctor Radio is On The Road for Memorial Day! All day we’re taking you to some of the most respected conferences in medicine and introducing you to some of the world’s leading doctors who attended them. From Boston to Atlanta, you have a front row seat to the cutting edge information in health and medicine!

Tuesday 5/31
12:00 am – 4:00 am Doctor Radio On The Road Marathon
Doctor Radio On The Road Marathon

Doctor Radio is On The Road for Memorial Day! All day we’re taking you to some of the most respected conferences in medicine and introducing you to some of the world’s leading doctors who attended them. From Boston to Atlanta, you have a front row seat to the cutting edge information in health and medicine!

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

Dr. Jonathan Whiteson looks at a new blood test developed to test for concussions. Find out how accurate this test is, when it is administered, and the importance of quick diagnosis of a head injury. We'll also discuss the latest advances in managing arthritis and other rheumatic diseases. We'll look at osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and how these conditions and others - like fibromyalgia and gout - are related to inflammation. Plus, exercise is good - but is too much exercise BAD? We'll look at the possible risks of overdoing it.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Pulmonology
Pulmonology

Dr. Frank Adams looks at why two-thirds of uncontrolled asthma patients are under the impression their condition is under control - when in fact it is not. Find out why this false confidence could be causing recurring symptoms and ER visits, and how patients CAN get their asthma under control. We'll also chat with a pediatric surgeon performing life-saving - and minimally invasive - surgeries on children with rare lung diseases. Plus, around HALF of parents may not understand their children's asthma medications. We'll look at the risks of this confusion, and steps parents and physicians can take to improve communication.

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

Dr. Carol Bernstein talks to the first physician to diagnose Seasonal Affective Disorder – also known as – SAD…. And prescribe light therapy to treat it successfully. Learn what to do if you are someone who is affected by SAD during the months when the weather gets warmer, the days get longer, and the sun is shining more brightly than before. Plus, Carol talks to a fashion photographer who now spends his time changing the perception people have about beauty… particularly the beauty in those who are living with genetic disorders.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Dermatology
Dermatology

Dermatologist Dr. Doris Day discusses the latest research on sunscreens. Hear about the new sunscreen reviews and get tips on how to best protect your skin. Dr. Day also takes listener calls on skin and hair issues.

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Psychiatry
Psychiatry

Why is the suicide rate so high for people in the medical field, especially doctors? What are the barriers stopping many physicians from getting the help they need before it’s too late?

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Cardiovascular Surgery
Cardiovascular Surgery

Could a common blood thinner increase your risk for dementia? Cardiac surgeon Dr. Greg Ribakove looks at the findings of a compelling new study. Plus, hear the latest in heart news and cardiac imaging.

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

A Bi-Monthly Series Focusing On Eye Health. Hosted by Dr. Elisabeth Cohen and Dr. Lisa Park.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Pulmonology
Pulmonology

Dr. Frank Adams looks at why two-thirds of uncontrolled asthma patients are under the impression their condition is under control - when in fact it is not. Find out why this false confidence could be causing recurring symptoms and ER visits, and how patients CAN get their asthma under control. We'll also chat with a pediatric surgeon performing life-saving - and minimally invasive - surgeries on children with rare lung diseases. Plus, around HALF of parents may not understand their children's asthma medications. We'll look at the risks of this confusion, and steps parents and physicians can take to improve communication.

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

Plastic Surgeons Nolan Karp and Alexes Hazen review the latest procedures that will help you look and feel your best this summer.

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

Dr. Carol Bernstein talks to the first physician to diagnose Seasonal Affective Disorder – also known as – SAD…. And prescribe light therapy to treat it successfully. Learn what to do if you are someone who is affected by SAD during the months when the weather gets warmer, the days get longer, and the sun is shining more brightly than before. Plus, Carol talks to a fashion photographer who now spends his time changing the perception people have about beauty… particularly the beauty in those who are living with genetic disorders.

10:00 pm – Tuesday Midnight Psychiatry
Psychiatry

Why is the suicide rate so high for people in the medical field, especially doctors? What are the barriers stopping many physicians from getting the help they need before it’s too late?

Wednesday 6/1
12:00 am – 2:00 am Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgeons Nolan Karp and Alexes Hazen review the latest procedures that will help you look and feel your best this summer.

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

Dr. Carol Bernstein talks to the first physician to diagnose Seasonal Affective Disorder – also known as – SAD…. And prescribe light therapy to treat it successfully. Learn what to do if you are someone who is affected by SAD during the months when the weather gets warmer, the days get longer, and the sun is shining more brightly than before. Plus, Carol talks to a fashion photographer who now spends his time changing the perception people have about beauty… particularly the beauty in those who are living with genetic disorders.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Psychiatry
Psychiatry

Why is the suicide rate so high for people in the medical field, especially doctors? What are the barriers stopping many physicians from getting the help they need before it’s too late?

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

Plastic Surgeons Nolan Karp and Alexes Hazen review the latest procedures that will help you look and feel your best this summer.

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 6/2
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 6/3
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

Dr. Frank Adams looks at why two-thirds of uncontrolled asthma patients are under the impression their condition is under control - when in fact it is not. Find out why this false confidence could be causing recurring symptoms and ER visits, and how patients CAN get their asthma under control. We'll also chat with a pediatric surgeon performing life-saving - and minimally invasive - surgeries on children with rare lung diseases. Plus, around HALF of parents may not understand their children's asthma medications. We'll look at the risks of this confusion, and steps parents and physicians can take to improve communication.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Cardiovascular Surgery
Cardiovascular Surgery

Cardiac Surgeon Greg Ribakove and Vascular Surgeon Todd Berland take you into the OR, describing the intricate surgeries they perform many times a week, from the now-common bypass surgery and vascular 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 Cardiovascular Surgery
Cardiovascular Surgery

Cardiac Surgeon Greg Ribakove and Vascular Surgeon Todd Berland take you into the OR, describing the intricate surgeries they perform many times a week, from the now-common bypass surgery and vascular 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

Intimacy, desire, technique--no question is taboo for Dr. Virginia Sadock, one of America's most respected human sexuality experts, and Dr. Miriam Greene, a leader in hysteroscopy. Through the anonymity of the telephone, you can finally talk about your fantasies, inhibitions, your partner's desires and your own.

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.



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