Faith Health & Home

Faith Health & Home

Faith Health & Home is a digital space with information and resources for physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being to help families live an inspired lifestyle. Our digital platform has provided expert and personal advice, topics, products, information, and resources that encourage healthy, positive living to inspire and empower women and families for nearly 10 years. Produced by Makeba Giles. WEBSITE: faithhealthandhome.com EMAIL: info@faithhealthandhome.com... Show More

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August 6, 2020 32 min
On this episode, I am joined by Ed Foster-Simeon, President & CEO, U.S. Soccer Foundation to share ways that parents can keep their kids physically, socially, and emotionally healthy this school year. During our chat, we discussed the importance of kids staying physically active and connected with coaches and mentors for their emotional and physical health and well-being, measures that parents can take to ensure their child saf...
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On this episode, I am joined by Brandy Colbert, the award-winning bestselling author of books for teens; including Little & Lion, Pointe, Finding Yvonne, The Revolution of Birdie Randolph and most recently The Only Black Girls in Town to discuss her latest novel, The Voting Booth, a timely read to remind young voters to rock their votes in the upcoming 2020 presidential election.

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On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Len Friedland, Vice President and Director of Scientific Affairs and Public Health, Vaccines, North America at GSK to talk about Hepatitis A from symptoms to risk factors and the importance of a vaccine, to methods of prevention and health resources.

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On this episode, I speak with Chrissy Chen, Senior Director of Youth Development Programs at Boys & Girls Clubs of America to discuss how parents can learn some important tips to keep kids and teens learning during summer, especially due to the changes that happened during this recent school year due to COVID-19. She’ll also explain what the important tools are to make sure young people don’t experience summer learning loss whi...
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In this episode, I am joined by Richard Sterban, bass singer with the GRAMMY® winning, Country Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry members, iconic Country and Gospel music quartet the Oak Ridge Boys to share details on hosting TBN’s July 4th weekend special performing several of their hit songs, how life has changed for the group since the pandemic, the secret to their success and longevity, their latest album, what's in sto...
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On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, the widow of the late Congressman Elijah Cummings and the author of the forthcoming book, “RAGEISM: Race, Age, Gender, Exclusion and the Politics of Health Equity.” During our discussion, she unveils her bold new deal for COVID-19 and the 21st Century that will address health disparities and promote justice for all.

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On this episode, I am joined by Raj Register, Head of Brand Strategy and Growth Audience Marketing at Ford Motor Company to share details on their commitment to African American women, their presence at ESSENCE Festival and what we can expect to see from the panel discussions for the ESSENCE Festival 2020 Virtual Experience.

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In this episode, I am joined by author, mentor, entrepreneur, and nationally-acclaimed motivational speaker Bilal Alaji. His new book, "This Ain't My Life: One man's journey to finding his Destiny" serves as a blueprint to inspire men to build faith, strength and self-acceptance through vulnerability. In our conversation, we discuss the impact of current events on African American men, and ways to help change the na...
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On this episode, I am joined by Captain Allison Brager, a United States Army Neuroscientist and member of the Army Warrior Fitness Team – who is also currently serving on the frontlines in New York – joined me to share tips for relieving stress, maintaining a normal sleep cycle and staying fit in isolation. This advice was particularly useful to Capt. Brager and her colleagues when she was recently deployed to the Javits Center in ...
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On this episode, I am joined by Dan Markwalder, DVM and leading expert in Lyme disease and prevention, to share advice that will help keep your dog safe outside this summer, with a special emphasis on protecting pets from fleas, ticks and Lyme disease. He also outlined the signs and symptoms associated with Lyme disease in pets.

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On This Episode, I am joined by Dr. Lisa C. Richardson, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Division of Cancer Prevention and Control (DCPC), to discuss what cancer patients and their caregivers need to know to stay well while staying at home during the COVID-19 crisis. Dr. Richardson outlined the proper steps necessary to help lower the chance of spreading an infection to your family member or friend...
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On this episode, I spoke with New York Times Bestselling Young Adult and Middle Grade Author Roshani Chokshi to discuss her new book, 'Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes,' the third book in the Hindu-based, best-selling Pandava series.

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On this episode, I am joined by Rev. Dr. Nicole B. Simpson, pastor, author, and economic specialist to discuss What African-Americans can do to survive and thrive during COVID-19 and beyond, as well as the relaunch of her book, DARE TO DREAM.

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On this episode. I speak with R&B/Soul artist Sheléa to discuss her acting debut in the movie "The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel," what it was like to portray the legendary Dorinda Clark-Cole in the film, and her new single, "You Are Enough,"

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On this Episode, I speak with Author, TED Speaker, and Advocate, Michelle E. Dickinson to discus how parents can protect their child's mental health during covid-19; including tips and warning signs every parent and person should be aware of when monitoring their child’s mental health, and ways to get families talking to help support each other.

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On this episode, I speak with Dr. Lynette Charity about How Families Can Maintain Their Mental and Emotional Health During COVID-19.

Dr. Lynette Charity is a Board-Certified Anesthesiologist with over 35 years of experience. She is also an author, humorist and award-winning international speaker who graduated with honors from Chatham College for Women and received her MD degree from Tufts University School of Medicine. Dr. Charity ...
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[ORIG. AIR DATE: January 2018] On this episode, I speak with with Gabrielle Union & Dwayne Wade’s Personal Chef Richard Ingraham to discuss more details about his partnership with the National Pork Board, the meals he prepares for Dwyane after working out, and tips on preparing a healthy family main dishes, including how to make Oven-Roasted Back Ribs.

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On this episode, I speak with Actress and TV personality Maria Menounos to discuss her current and future projects,

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On this episode, I speak with International Gospel Artist Chevelle Franklyn about her latest singles, “Go in Your Strength” and “iPrevail,” and her upcoming album 'South Wind Vol. 1.'

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What’s Behind Your Faith? A Conversation with Writer and Director Paula Bryant-Ellis by Makeba Giles
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