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Smoking Cessation


Smoking is a hard habit to break, whether you’ve been lighting up for years or just a few months. Even if you know it’s horrible for your health, the withdrawal symptoms can seem even worse. That’s when it’s crucial to enlist the help of the experts; those folks who know exactly what you’re going through and how to help you quit.
Check out the entire library of short, on-demand radio clips from our various Health Talk shows.

You Are Getting Sleepy: Hypnosis 101

What really IS hypnosis? And, can anyone fall under this "spell"?

5 Ways to Help You Quit Smoking for Good

Quitting doesn't have to be hard, it just depends on how you decide to quit.

Ask HER: Healing Your Lungs After Smoking & Health Benefits of Yoga

Listen in as Pam and Michelle answer your personal health questions.

Sitting Too Much is as Bad as Smoking

Diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke and more are all health risks of inactivity.

How to Finally Quit Smoking

What are some of the misconceptions smokers have about quitting?

Ready to Quit Smoking for Good?

Kicking the habit is one of the best ways to boost your health, yet just 4-7% of smokers successfull...

  • You Are Getting Sleepy: Hypnosis 101

  • 5 Ways to Help You Quit Smoking for Good

  • Ask HER: Healing Your Lungs After Smoking & Health Benefits of Yoga

  • Sitting Too Much is as Bad as Smoking

  • How to Finally Quit Smoking

  • Ready to Quit Smoking for Good?

Life's Too Short... so make the most of it! Try something new, eat something healthy, grow something beautiful, hug someone you love, move around a lot, and be kind to yourself. Melanie Cole, MS brings you the best tips from lifestyle and fitness experts to the best and brightest medical professionals.

Cultured Cuisine: Blending America in the Kitchen

From the Show: Life's Too Short
Summary: Celebrate the joys of diverse cultures through Americanized food.
Air Date: 4/9/19
Duration: 13:23
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Chef Edward Lee
Edward LeeEdward Lee is the author of Smoke & Pickles; the chef/owner of 610 Magnolia, MilkWood, and Whiskey Dry in Louisville, Kentucky; and culinary director of Succotash in Penn Quarter, Washington, D.C., and National Harbor, Maryland. Esquire named his pop-up restaurant, Mr. Lee’s at Succotash, one of 2018’s Best New Restaurants in America.

He appears frequently in print and on television, earning an Emmy nomination for his role in the Emmy Award–winning PBS series The Mind of a Chef. Most recently, he wrote and hosted the feature documentary Fermented.

He lives in Louisville and Washington, D.C.
  • Book Title: Buttermilk Graffiti
  • Guest Twitter Account: @chefedwardlee
Different cultures contribute to our culinary melting pot. The flavors of American foods alter with these new contributions, influencing generations to come.

What was once known as “foreign” food eventually becomes adopted and Americanized. It’s inevitable that food changes as it mixes with American cultures. Lack of unique ingredients and brushing up against other cultures gives food a new identity.

Americans are spoiled, as we can enjoy a panoply of flavors every day. The strength of our country is in our differences and should be celebrated. Be adventurous and try something new.

Listen as Chef Edward Lee joins Melanie Cole, MS, to share how Americanized foods are worthy of celebration.

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