Be a Part of A Live Studio Audience for a Medical, Lifestyle Talk Show, Ask Dr. Nandi, Filmed Right Here In Metro Detroit!
Thursday, July 17th
Raising Happy Healthy Children, The Truth in Medical Care,
Understanding Dyslexia and
The Psychological & Physical Affects of Oppression in Society
Friday, July 18th
Veterans Health Care Discussion, Marijuana: A Useful Medicine or Harmful Drug?, Adoption, An In-Depth Disscussion, and Teen Drug Abuse
Saturday, July 19th
HIV in 2014, Global Warming and Your Health, SuperBugs: The Rise of Drug Resistant Germs and Lung Cancer, The Deadliest Cancer in America
Sunday, July 20th
Dr. Nandi’s Nutrition 20, Is Organic Living Worth the Hype?
Inspire Your Kid’s to Get Fit, Dr. Nandi’s Fitness 2.0
Monday, July 21st
Cultivating Happiness, The Obesity Epidemic
Overcoming Fear, The Healing Power of the Mind
National Experts & Guests Include:
Raising Happy & Healthy Kids! Dr. Christine Carter, A sociologistand happiness expert at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science
Center, Christine Carter, Ph.D.is the author of RAISING HAPPINESS: 10 Simple Steps for More Joyful Kids and Happier Parents. Dr. Carter also writes an award-winning blog, which is syndicated on the HuffingtonPost and PsychologyToday.com. We are fortunate to have Christine on several episodes of Ask Dr. Nandi on Thursday, July 17th.
As the founder of Hoebel Fitness and trainer on NBC’s The Biggest Loser season 11, Brett Hoebel is one of the most sought-after weight-loss, nutrition and motivation coaches in the country. His integrative philosophy and body-mind approach come from his diverse experience in Eastern and Western disciplines, including his martial arts training in capoeira and Muay Thai kickboxing, as well as his educational background in functional strength training, nutrition, yoga and holistic health. Bret is in studio on Saturday, July 19th
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist, a Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and a New York Times best-selling author. His books includeHardwiring Happiness,Buddha’s Brain, Just One Thing, and Mother Nurture. Founder of theWellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, he’s been an invited speaker at Oxford, Stanford, and Harvard, and taught in meditation centers worldwide. He has several audio programs and his free Just One Thing newsletter has 100,000 subscribers.
Rick Hanson, is in the studio with us Monday, July 21st
Mike Ellison was born in Ethiopia but it was in Detroit that he fully realized himself as an artist. This multifaceted entertainer has released independent albums, produced national concerts, outreach tours and has acting creeds in theatre, television and film. Mike has used entertainment as a vehicle to promote education and health initiatives throughout the United States, Ethiopia and the world.
Mike will be performing on the “Psychological & Physical Effects of Oppression on Thursday, July 17th.
Dr. Gail Parker, a licensed psychologist specializing in counseling adults, individuals, families and couples, focusing on personal growth, self-awareness and self empowerment. Dr. Parker is a past Oprah Winfrey Show regular joins us to to discuss The Psychological Effects of Oppression in Society, Thursday July 17th.
Media Personality, Healthy Comfort Food Chef, Weight Loss Expert, and New York Times Bestselling Author, Devin Alexander, is the Host of “America’s Chefs on Tour” on PBS and author of 8 cookbooks including “The Biggest Loser Cookbook” Series. Devin’s unique approach to healthy cooking and her motivational personal story have landed her appearances on more weight loss and fitness shows than any other food expert or nutritionist in America. Devin will be on Ask Dr. Nandi on Saturday, July 19th.
Dr. Lisa Fitzpatrick MD, MPH is a CDC trained medical epidemiologist and board certified infectious disease physician with both domestic and global experience in public health. She is a professorial lecturer for the George Washington University School of Public Health and an adjust faculty member in the Howard University College of Medicine, Department of Community Medicine.
Dr. Fitzpatrick is in the studio with us on Friday, July 20th.
The Stigma Project is a grassroots organization that aims to lower the HIV infection rate and neutralize the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS through education and awareness via social media and advertising. The Stigma Project seeks to create an HIV neutral world, free of judgement and fear by working with both positive and negative individuals from all walks of life, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, race, or background. The Stigma Project is on the HIV in 2014 episode, taping Saturday, July 19th.
Judith Broder, M.D. is Founder and Chairman of the Board of The Soldiers Project. She completed her medical training at University of Chicago School of medicine and is a retired psychiatrist and training and supervising analyst at the Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies, where she served as Chair of the Faculty Committee. She has taught and supervised extensively, including psychiatric residents at UCLA, and has served as Chairperson of the Education Committee and Dean of the Psychoanalytic Center of California. After her retirement, Broder founded, The Soldiers Project, a nonprofit organization through which service members returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as their families and loved ones, would receive free, confidential mental health services from a network of licensed mental health professionals. We are proud to have Dr. Broder in studio to discuses Veteran Health Care on Friday, July 18th
Source: Ask Dr. Nandi