Dr. Courtney Shelton

Join us Saturday morning at 7:30am on WCLK for The CheckUp with Dr. Courtney Shelton MD.  Dr. Shelton will be joined by Cardiologist Dr. F Michael Toca for a compelling discussion about how you can take care of your heart for a longer, healthier life. Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in America. How can you improve your odds of avoiding it? Fitness expert Genise shelton will provide useful fitness tips for heart health, too.

Dr. Shelton is a Board Certified Internist and Primary Care Physician and the Director of the Shelton Hospitalist Group, LLC.

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Don’t forget to join me this morning at 9 a.m. for another exciting edition of "UPFRONT" Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry. 

This week I'll be talking to playwright Jiréh Breon Holder about his Alliance Theatre production, Too Heavy for your Pocket. The play is currently running through February 26 on the Hertz Stage and follows a 1960s youth who gives up his college scholarship to become a Civil Rights Freedom Rider. 

 

Join us Saturday, February 11 at 7:30 a.m. for a new program -- The CheckUp with Dr. Courtney Shelton, MD. The CheckUp with Dr. Courtney Shelton, M.D., is a bimonthly radio program that provides reliable resources to important healthcare concerns.  The radio show is a workshop of wellness tips combined with expert advice.  The CheckUp with Dr. Courtney Shelton, M.D., delivers commentary from highly qualified practitioners in fields that range from fitness and nutrition to conditioning and medicine.

Silent Epidemics On Dr. Judi The People's Advocate

Aug 27, 2016

Join Teacher and Social Worker,  Dr. Judi Crocker-Billingsley Saturday, August 27 at  7:30 a.m. on Jazz 91.9 WCLK for Dr. Judi, The People’s Advocate. This month, she’s joined by Internal Medicine Dr. Courtney Shelton for a conversation about the silent epidemics that wreak such havoc in our communities.

Ranging from diabetes and high blood pressure to asymptomatic diseases and sleep apnea, if we don’t look out for ourselves we can fall victim to them.  Find out how to be pro-active with your healthcare and that of the ones you love.

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The numbers are stark. Over 28,000 Americans died of opioid pain reliever overdoses in 2014, with these numbers quadrupling since 2000. The tragic recent loss of Prince brought home this ongoing epidemic to many of us.