The Three Tomatoes Happy Hour

The Three Tomatoes Happy Hour

Welcome to The Three Tomatoes Happy Hour Podcasts. Yes, we do love happy hour, and the clinking of glasses in cheers to all of you fabulous women (and men) who are fully living your lives at every age and every stage. And here’s the best news – every hour is happy hour. So whether you clink cheers with your coffee mug, or your afternoon cappuccino, remember as the song says, “It’s 5 o’clock somewhere.” Join us for some grownup fun, interesting, and stimulating conversations that will motivate, inspire, or just make you laugh. Cheers! ... Show More
November 20, 2019 32 min

Anyone out there suffer from back pain? 80% of us do or will at some point, particularly as we age. Today listen in as Kim Selby, our SF. Editor has a conversation with Dr. Jack Stern, a leading neurological surgeon (annually named one of the “Best Doctors in New York” by New York Magazine) who is also the author of a book entitled Ending Back Pain. Dr. Stern offers insight into how to help diagnose what your issues are before you see a spine specialist. suggestions on how to advocate for yourself, and, most importantly he offers many ways that may help you non-surgically. Learn more at https://drjackstern.com/

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