Hally Healthcast

Hally Healthcast

Hally Healthcast is a monthly podcast focused on health and wellness. presented by Health Alliance™. Each episode explores a different topic with a medical expert, answering common questions, and probing popular myths. For more wellness tools, tips and resources visit hally.com

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April 1, 2022
“Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. This month, we celebrate Autism Acceptance Month, so today we’re talking about autism spectrum disorder, or ASD. Our guest is Sheeba Arnold Anteraper, a biomedical engineer by training and holding a PhD, she’s a clinical investigator at the Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute and an assistant professor at the Carle Illinois Advanced Imagine Center at Car...
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Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. This month, we celebrate National Nutrition Month by discussing healthful, mindful eating for people of all ages. Our guests are Kristina Adams-Smith, a registered dietitian and licensed dietitian nutritionist who works at Carle Health, headquartered in Urbana, Illinois. And Melissa Smith, a registered dietitian nutritionist, and licensed dietitian nutritionist. ...
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February 25, 2022
Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. Today we have a very special episode – welcoming star athlete Trent Frazier to our show to talk about mental health and well-being. Trent is currently a senior at the University of Illinois and is the starting point guard for the men’s basketball team. Joining him is Karina Combes, the Quality Management RN Coordinator at Health Alliance, based in Champaign, Illi...
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“Hally® Healthcast is the wellness podcast from Hally® health – your partner in helping you live your healthiest life. February is Black History Month, so today we’re discussing an incredibly important topic for our communities and our country as a whole – the pursuit of health and racial equity for Black Americans. Here with us is Dr. Kevin R. Teal, staff neurosurgeon at Carle Neuroscience Institute in Urbana, Illinois. Welcome, a...
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February 7, 2022
Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. This month, we celebrate National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, so today we learn more about the importance of food allergies. Our guest is Amy Earley-Jessup, she’s an advanced practice registered nurse at Carle Champaign on Curtis and the coordinator of the Carle Food Allergy Education Program.
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Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. This month, we’re discussing fall risk and prevention. Every year, millions of Americans fall. And although you might not think so, falls are often very serious. In fact – according to the CDC – over 800,000 Americans a year are hospitalized because of falls, and falls commonly cause broken bones and severe head injuries. Here with us to talk about falls – and mo...
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November 8, 2021
In this episode, Stephanie Orcutt, MS in Nutrition Education, and Mariah Pierce, PharmD, lead an interactive discussion on diabetes and give expert advice on how to manage it.
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  • Hally Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, so today we’re addressing this very important topic – giving you vital information and letting you know where you can turn for help, resources and more. With us today are two guests. Cher Pollock is the director of Y Programs at Crosspoint Human Services in Danville, Illinois. And Elaine Schlorff is a licensed social w...
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    September 16, 2021
    In this session, you will learn about facts associated with anxiety, how to recognize anxiety in yourself and others and self-help coming strategies.
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    Hally Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month, so today we brought in experts to talk about cancer research – and its role in discovering treatments for two of the most common types of blood cancer, leukemia and lymphoma. Not too many people know about the “behind-the-scenes” role of cancer researchers. And if they do, it’s often only through Hollywood. But both of ou...
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    “Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. This month we’re talking about family wellness. With summer in full swing, kids and adults alike are enjoying the beautiful weather and the season’s festivities. It’s the perfect time to chat about fun, creative ways to help keep the whole family active and healthy. We have two guests with us today. Dr. Nicole Florence is a bariatrician and medical director at M...
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    Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. June is Men’s Health Month, so today we have tips on what men should know and do about their health during every stage of their adult life. With us today is Dr. Robert Healy, a long-time adult medicine physician and the chief quality officer at Carle Health in Urbana, Illinois.
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    Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In this special panel discussion, we’ll talk mental health in general; where to turn for resources, help, and support; virtual visits with doctors and therapists; and much more. We have two guests with us today. Dr. John Beck, who specializes in adult, adolescent, and child psychiatry at Carle Addiction Recovery Center and Ca...
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    “Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. This month, we celebrate World Health Day by discussing preventive care and 5 key things about vaccines, screenings, and medication adherence. Our guest is Nicole Florence, MD, medical director and bariatrician at Memorial Medical Center Weight Loss and Wellness Center in Springfield, Illinois.”
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    Dr. Karen Wiarda, a cardiologist at Carle Heart and Vascular Institute in Mattoon, IL, discusses ways to keep your heart healthy.
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    Hally® Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally® health. This month we talk about healthy aging. Our guest is Faith Roberts, MSN, RN, and the Executive Director of Community Engagement at Carle in Urbana.
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    Hally™ Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally™ health. This month we give helpful advice for managing your diabetes at home. Our guest is Jean Land, a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator for Carle’s Diabetes Education Services.
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    Hally™ Healthcast is the monthly wellness podcast from Hally™ health. This month we explore five things every woman should know about breast cancer. Our guest is Dr. Maria Grosse Perdekamp of the Mills Breast Cancer Institute, part of the Carle Cancer Center in Urbana, Illinois.
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