BH4BP #50 – Listener Q&A Special #1

Photo by Kanko* via Flickr

Photo by Kanko* via Flickr

Today is a milestone episode.  We made it to episode 50!  That’s an episode every Thursday for 50 straight weeks.  Not bad!  And in honor of that, this episode is a listener question episode because I get a lot of great questions and I thought, what better way to thank you all for making the show what is than to dedicate a show to all your questions.

Now I want to remind you that the first episode of the new Being Healthy TV video podcast is coming out this Sunday and every week after that.  So, please subscribe and, better yet, tell at least one person you know about Being Healthy TV.  The more people that know, the more people I can help!

In this show, I will answer questions regarding exercise induced asthma, suntan lotions with exceptionally high SPF’s, the accuracy of blood pressure machines in drug stores and the difference between decaf and regular tea.

As promised here is the link for show 46, which is about the dangers of tanning.

Some references I used while researching this show are Mayo Clinic, WebMD, usforacle.com and about.com.

The blog posts for this week are:

  1. Millet: Not Just for the Birds!
  2. Eating Healthy Is As Simple As 1-2-3

If you like the show, please head on over to iTunes and give me a nice review. It’s a great way to give me some good exposure and can help me get more listeners. Thanks for listening, everyone!

Comments (3)

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  1. Maria Isabel says:

    This is a great podcast. I specifically liked your answer about asthma. Thanks.

  2. Fern O says:

    Regards asthma: Had running friend go to primary care doc who prescribed inhaler. Still had troubles. Ended up going to allergy/asthma specialist and was told original inhaler was “old school.” Specialist prescribed several new meds/inhalers and she is absolutely fine now while running.

  3. Talli van Sunder says:

    @Fern I am happy to hear about your friend. I agree, it is important to seek a 2nd opinion, especially a specialist, if the medical plan of action isn’t working.

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