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Welcome to the New Healthin30.com!

Posted Mar 05 2009 6:49am

Welcome to the redesigned Healthin30.com!

We’re passionate about bringing you vital health information that can help you achieve spectacular health. And we’re delighted we have a clean and colorful site to bring it to you.

Front and center you’ll find this blog, where we’ll bring you constantly updated news and information from medical experts. Because it’s a blog we can take your comments and questions, and create an ongoing conversation about medicine and personal health.

The home of Health in 30® radio, and more
While our look has changed, some things about the site remain the same: It’s still the home of the Health in 30® radio show on WRCR radio, which airs live on Thursdays at 5:30 to 6:00 EDT. It also streams live on the web, and after broadcast the shows will appear here, available to be listened to any time. [Note: The program used to air Fridays at the same time.]

I’m a practicing nurse and an experienced health and medical journalists. In my programs, I interview leading experts in medicine, diseases, public health and health care. The conversations are not theoretical. They are down-to-earth discussions with top authorities that provide practical advice.

The radio shows are also downloadable as podcasts. To see our archive of past programs, click here.

For more information about my background, click here.

Prevention and Education
Health in 30 radio and Healthin30.com always emphasize prevention and education. We’re dedicated to helping you make more informed choices about you and your family’s healthcare.

This blog will feature entries by me, a variety of guest bloggers, and news and information about health and medicine. As a practicing nurse, I can provide insights from the daily front lines of medical care. So can all or our experts.

Sorting through the good, the bad and the useless
As a health journalist, I am flooded with e-mails, press releases, articles, literature and product samples from sources claiming the latest “cure” or “miracle.” Some are nothing but hype and don’t even get a full glance.

With the vast array of health information surfacing on the web, in print and on-air, we help you sort out the good, the bad, and the useless. We’ll highlight what’s relevant and what you need to know.

We encourage you to be proactive and  take charge of your health.

Let’s start the conversation!
We hope you find Healthin30.com engaging and useful. We would love to hear your thoughts and comments. If there are health topics you would like to learn more about, just contact us and we’ll get right on it.

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