Chris Byrne: February 15, 2019

Chris Byrne, The “Toy Guy” with a Sneak Peek at What’s in Store at the 116th American International Toy Fair  ***Live On-Site from the Javits Convention Center in New York City***   CHRIS BYRNE The “Toy Guy®,” author of Toy Time and toy historian. The holidays may be over, but the high-stakes toy industry is already preparing for […]

Mitch Berk: February 14, 2019

THE OPPORTUNITY COST OF DATING WHY OUTSOURCING YOUR LOVE LIFE CAN RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT GAINS IN 2019!   MITCHELL BERK CEO Selective Search   Americans are busier than ever, making it challenging for the 52% of us who are still single to commit time to finding “The One.” In today’s busy world, time is a precious, […]

Charles Davidson, MD: February 12, 2019

Expert Shares Tips on Non-Surgical Treatment for Coronary and Valve Disease  **FEBRUARY IS HEART HEALTH MONTH**   Charles Davidson, MD Clinical Chief of Cardiology at the Northwestern Medicine Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute   Heart disease remains the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States.  Among the many kinds of heart disease, […]

Dr. Robert G. Gish: January 28, 2019

3.4 MILLION AMERICANS ARE INFECTED WITH CHRONIC HEPATITIS C (HCV) – A CURABLE* DISEASE Learn the Risk Factors and Importance of Seeking Care   DR. ROBERT G. GISH Hepatologist, Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Stanford University  TIM STEELE Patient who was treated for chronic HCV 3.4 million people are infected with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) in the United States. […]

Dr. Michael Ison: January 25, 2019

January Is Peak Flu Season in The U.S. – What Families Need to Know about Prevention and the Newly-approved Flu Medication Dr. Michael Ison Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University.   Flu season varies from year to year, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the 2017-2018 flu season was […]

Nabil El-Ghoroury: January 24, 2019

RESOLUTION: EVALUATE YOUR MENTAL HEALTH IN 2019 THERAPISTS ARE INVALUABLE IN HELPING CALIFORNIANS DEAL WITH STRESS AND ANXIETY Nabil El-Ghoroury Executive Director, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) The New Year provides the perfect opportunity to start anew. As we close the door on an extremely stressful year, Californians might be feeling more […]

Terry Redican: January 23, 2019

IS YOUR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT READY TO TAKE AP CLASSES? The College Board: How Taking Challenging Courses Will Give Your Teen the Competitive Edge   Terry Redican AP Vice President, The College Board     More than 2.8 million students take Advanced Placement® Exams every year in 38 subjects. Starting in January, students can sign up […]

Chef Molly Yeh: January 23, 2019

CHEF MOLLY YEH SHARES COOKING TIPS AND MAKING MEMORIES IN THE KITCHEN FIND OUT WHAT THIS FOOD BLOGGER AND AUTHOR LOVES MOST ABOUT COOKING, FRIENDS, FAMILY AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN   MOLLY YEH Cookbook Author and Food Network Star When asked what influences her recipes, Molly will tell you it includes family tradition (her Chinese […]

Peter Greenberg: January 22, 2019

THE GREAT AMERICAN ROAD TRIP IS STILL ALIVE TRAVEL DETECTIVE PETER GREENBERG GIVES TIPS FOR THE ONE TANK TRIP  PETER GREENBERG EMMY WINNING INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER   Millions of Americans will be hitting the road this summer to get their kicks on the iconic all-American road trip. Whether a cross-country journey or a day trip to […]

Cheryl Young: January 10, 2019

2019 REAL ESTATE OUTLOOK: NEW REPORT EXPLORES WHAT BUYERS AND SELLERS CAN EXPECT TO SEE FROM THE HOUSING MARKET THIS COMING YEAR   Cheryl Young Senior Economist, Trulia The housing market has finally started to cool. So what does that mean for home buyers and sellers in 2019? Is it finally a good time to […]