• Episode 203 – What you need to know about HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)

    On May 18, 2024 Dr. Abraham Aragones and Dr. Marianne Ritchie discussed the value of the HPV vaccine and more.

    58m - May 18, 2024
  • Episode 202 – The Dos and Don’ts of Pregnancy

    On May 11, Dr. Marianne T. Ritchie and Dr. Katherine D. Lackritz discussed the steps you can take to maximize the health of your developing baby and yourself during pregnancy, and even before you conceive.

    59m - May 11, 2024
  • Episode 201 - Medical Information: How do you find a reliable source?

    On May 4, Dr. Marianne T. Ritchie chats with Mark B. Pochapin, MD discuss how to determine what is a reliable source for medical information when researching medical topics.

    E201 - 59m - May 4, 2024
  • Episode 200 - Why am I Hungry?

    On April 20, Dr. Marianne Ritchie and Mireille Serlie, MD, PhD discussed the signals that make us eat and how the Western diet can change feeding behavior.

    56m - Apr 20, 2024
  • Episode 199 - The Diet to Follow When Using Weight Loss Drugs

    On April 13, Dr. Marianne Ritchie and Emily Rubin, RD, LDN, MPH discussed how taking a GLP-1 drug (like Ozempic, Wegovy, Rybelsus, Victoza, Saxenda, Mounjaro, Zepbound) should still include a balanced diet, exercise and behavioral modification.

    55m - Apr 13, 2024
  • Episode 198 - A “Healthy” Conversation with your Doctor

    On April 6, Dr. Marianne Ritchie and Joseph N Cappella, PhD discuss how gaps in communication with your doctor can lead to lack of the patient adhering to prevention, screening or treatments. It can also lead to confusion, anxiety and in some cases, the patient then turns to ill-informed sources for information.  

    59m - Apr 6, 2024
  • Episode 197 - Cancer Facts and Figures

    On March 23, Dr. Marianne Ritchie chatted with Rebecca Siegel, Scientific Director of Surveillance Research at American Cancer Society, about the ACS annual report that provides current statistics on occurrence, death rate, and survival for various cancers. The report also estimates the number of new cases for the coming year, as well as information on cancer symptoms, risk factors, early detection, and treatment. Rebecca Siegel is the lead author of this impressive report.


    For more information, visit: https://yourradiodoctor.net/episode-197-cancer-facts-and-figures/

    E197 - 56m - Mar 23, 2024
  • Episode 196 - Update on Colorectal Cancer

    On March 16, Dr. Marianne Ritchie and Dr. Robin B. Mendelsohn discuss the importance of getting screened for cancer and learning your family history. Also, learn about Your Real Champion® "Dr. Angie Nicholas Talks About Grief and Gratitude."

    57m - Mar 16, 2024
  • Episode 195 - The Impact of Family Structure on our Health and Well-being

    On March 9, Dr. Marianne Ritchie and Dr. Marina Goldman explore how family dynamics and life experiences shape personalities. Also, learn about Your Real Champion® "J Eustace Wolfington: The Patriarch who emulates the Matriarch, Mother Cabrini."

    Learn more at https://yourradiodoctor.net/the-impact-of-family-structure-on-our-health/

    E195 - 57m - Mar 9, 2024
  • Episode 194 –The Value of Sports in the Community

    On March 2, Dr. Marianne Ritchie and Dr. Joel Fish discussed how sports foster belonging, social interaction and teamwork, bring people together at home, in the workplace, in neighborhoods and have the potential to promote positive values. 

    58m - Mar 2, 2024
  • Episode 193 – Let's Have a "Heart to Heart"

    On February 24, Dr. Marianne Ritchie shared the latest news in cardiology from the current president of the American Heart Association in Greater Philadelphia, Helene L. Glassberg.

    55m - Feb 24, 2024
  • Episode 192 – Drugs for Weight Loss

    On February 17, Dr. Marianne Ritchie shared an update on the weight loss drugs that are getting attention and what you should know about them with Dr. Michael Camilleri, a professor from the Mayo Clinic. 

    57m - Feb 17, 2024
  • Episode 191 – I am Constantly Clearing my Throat

    On February 10, Dr. Marianne Ritchie shared an update on various forms of acid reflux with Dr. Joseph R. Spiegel.

    57m - Feb 10, 2024
  • Episode 190 – Current Topics in Pediatrics

    On February 3, Dr. Marianne Ritchie discussed current topics in pediatrics with Dr. Julie Kardos.

    57m - Feb 3, 2024
  • Episode 189 – How to stay DRY during DRY JANUARY

    On January 27, Dr. Marianne Ritchie discussed the benefits of cutting back on alcohol and how you can cope with triggers that lead to drinking with Dr. Marina Goldman.

    57m - Jan 27, 2024
  • Episode 188 – Contact Dermatitis: An Itch can be Worse Than Pain!

    On January 20, Dr. Marianne Ritchie discussed  the process of identifying the source of contact dermatitis and current therapies with Dr. Bruce Brod, Director of the Contact Dermatitis Clinic at Penn Medicine. 

    58m - Jan 20, 2024
  • Episode 187 – How to Prepare for your Annual Physical

    On January 13, Dr. Marianne Ritchie discussed how to prepare for your annual physical and how you can play a proactive role in your health care by keeping tabs on your symptoms, family history, use of alcohol, smoking/vaping, diet and exercise.

    58m - Jan 13, 2024
  • Episode 186 – The Parade of Champions

    On January 6, Dr. Marianne T. Ritchie shared stories of Your Real Champions®, someone who faces adversity with courage or who does great work in the community.

    55m - Jan 6, 2024
  • Episode 185 – Fire Prevention & Personal Safety

    On December 16, Dr. Marianne T. Ritchie sat down with Deputy Fire Marshal Matthew Maguire and Officer Carl Harper to discuss holiday safety tips. The message from both guests is to be aware of your surroundings and their advice could save your life!

    57m - Dec 16, 2023
  • Episode 184 – Food is Medicine

    On December 9, Dr. Marianne T. Ritchie sat down with Sue Daugherty, RDN, LDN, CEO to discuss how nutritional support of chronically ill patients with meals tailored to their medical needs can improve the patient’s quality of life, increase the ability to tolerate medical treatments, decrease hospital admissions and lower health care costs. MANNA is an organization which serves over one million meals a year to chronically ill patients following this evidence-based model of food preparation.

    58m - Dec 9, 2023
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