Talk! with Audrey

Talk! with Audrey

Talk with Audrey is an audiocast hosted by former Essence magazine executive Audrey Adams, who has insightful conversations with celebrities, guest experts and authors from the fashion, cosmetic, health, fitness, travel entertainment and financial industries to inform, inspire and empower women.

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Skin cancer remains the most common cancer in the U.S. despite preventative sun care measures like sunscreen use and UV-protective clothing. Fortunately, scientific advances have helped bring hope to patients facing advanced melanoma. Dr. Jason Luke, Director of Cancer Immunotherapeutic Center at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, and Kyleigh LiPira, Melanoma Research Foundation, First-of-its-Kind Dual immunotherapy treatment for advanced...

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Charter schools are unique public schools that operate outside the local school district, offering flexibility and individualized learning options for families and students. Debbie Veney, Senior Vice President of Communications & Marketing at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (a non-profit) we talk about how proposed regulations by the U.S. Department of Education could threaten charter schools and why parents sh...

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There are 200 million people in the world living with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). In 1989 Anthony Shriver, son of Eunice Kennedy Shriver (founder of the Special Olympics) started an organization while a student at Georgetown university that paired individuals with an IDD (buddies) and those without an IDD (peer buddies).  That organization has evolved into Best Buddies International, which today has nearly 3,...

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Clinical trials are an essential component of health care. Yet a lack of diversity in clinical trials is a serious issue with significant health implications. Dr. Randall Morgan, a health disparities expert and President and CEO of The Cobb Institute and Ramona Burress, Director of Diversity & Inclusion in Clinical Trials at Janssen. We talk about why it is vital for all populations of people to be included when researching.

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Potatoes are America’s favorite vegetable – 74% of us eat potatoes once a week – Cara Harbstreet, an Intuitive Eating Registered Dietitian joins me with information  about the nutritional benefits of potatoes, debunk potato myths and share some fun, guilt-free summer recipes.

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As the President and CEO of Brookdale Senior Living,​​ Lucinda M. Baier’s decisions helped steer an industry through its most tumultuous times and helped save lives. For Baier, every choice mattered and now she is revealing the lessons she and her team learned  and a behind-the-scenes look at how her company navigated the pandemic in her book,  Heroes Work Here: An Extraordinary Story of Courage, Resilience, and Hope from the Front...

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It’s time to pay attention to the delicious cheeseburger! May is National Burger Month which celebrates the humble meat that became a worldwide sensation to honor this month, Denny’s is highlighting its newest menu item, the ’Jala Bac Burger’ with jalapeños! Chef Sharon Lykins, Senior Director of Product Innovation at Denny’s breaks down how you can make delicious, mouth-watering burgers.

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Three hundred and fifty business and thought leaders came together in Bentonville, Arkansas for the 2022 Heartland Summit to learn from each other and take back new ideas to their cities to build resilient communities.  Ross DeVol is the President & CEO of Heartland Forward and he joins me to talk about innovation happening between the coasts, and why it’s important for the rest of the country.

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Nearly half of all women aged 40+ who have mammograms are told they have dense breasts. Yet, many women don’t know that having dense breasts can increase their risk of breast cancer.[i] Dr. Pamela Habib; Head of US Medical Affairs, Bayer Radiology and Dr. David Schacht, Breast Radiologist at Northwestern’s Lynne Sage Breast Center at Prentice Women's Hospital have information about what women need to know breast cancer.

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What do you need to need to safeguard yourself in business and employment? Negotiate Like a CEO outlines how employees, executives, and entrepreneurs have protected themselves in the past, and provides eye-opening advice on how to make sure you won’t get taken advantage of. Author Jotham S. Stein, has more than two decades of experience representing entrepreneurs and C-Suite executives, board members, venture capitalists, private e...

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Less than three percent of the population has ever taken a cruise and even prior to COVID, there was a misconception that you could catch a virus or possibly get stuck at sea. These misconceptions were exasperated by COVID,  . . . Co-CEO of World Travel Holdings, Brad  , joins me to talk about why taking a cruise is one of the safest ways to travel and address the misconceptions

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According to Unidos US, More than 62 million Latinos live and work in the U.S. and contribute about $2.7 trillion to the economy. Although they have helped keep businesses running throughout the height of the pandemic, they continue to experience disproportionate impacts of the crisis, including food insecurity. Alejandra Gepp, Health Programs Director for UnidosUS talks with me about food insecurity and how federal nutrition progr...

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COVID cases have dropped, and mask mandates are ending in many places, but COVID is still with us.  Dr. C.K Babcock, clinical associate professor at Marshall University, West Virginia discusses the importance of getting vaccinated and ways to stay healthy as the pandemic moves into a new phase.

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The last two years of trying to keep businesses afloat in a pandemic have been difficult for everyone − even more so for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Has your business left pandemic relief funds on the table?  Joining me with information about who may still be eligible for ERC funds, how to take advantage of the tax incentive, which industries are most likely to benefit from the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) Program,...

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There’s a new way to experience doctor visits both virtually and in-office with new technology that allows clinicians to better connect with patients to capture the full patient story using Dragon Ambient eXperience (DAX). My guests are Kenneth Harper; Vice President/General Manager of Ambient Clinical Intelligence and Virtual Assistants and Hal Baker, Senior Vice President & Chief Digital & Chief Information Officer of Wel...

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Are you ready to dip your toe back into travel but unsure of where to go? American travellers looking for a destination rich with culture, cuisine and outdoor adventure don’t need to go far. Consider Nova Scotia, Canada’s foremost seacoast vacation destination, Tourism expert and Nova Scotia native Pam Wamback joins me with her list of must-do Nova Scotia experiences to add to your bucket list.

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According to a new study from financial services firm Edward Jones, Americans are at crossroads with how they view the current state of the U.S. economy. Mona Mahajan, Senior Investment Strategist at Edward Jones has results from the survey and talk about the factors that contribute to emotional investing, decision making and expectations of financial advisors.

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According to a recent Bank of America survey, nearly half (40%) of Americans resolved to build up their savings. Now is the time to examine your savings behaviour and commit to a healthy financial future. Erin McCullen, Bank of America Head of Deposit Products . . .  . . . Savings Tips and Insights for a Healthy Financial Future

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Asthma is a public health issue with rates increasing every year in the U.S.1 Of the 25 million people living with asthma in the U.S., there are more than 1 million Americans living with the most severe form of the disease, joining me with information about a new FDA -approved biologic for severe asthma . . .  Dr. Neal Jain and Melody, a patient with severe asthma   . . . 

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Parents of teenagers who are starting to drive now have a new resource to turn to for expert advice on safely navigating this milestone. The American Property Casualty Insurance Association (APCIA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) are launched a series of downloadable guides on everything from choosing the right vehicle for your teen to understanding state laws and setting appropriate rules.

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