Your Health Connection

USDA

Does what we eat impact our chances of developing cancer in our lifetime? Do certain foods protect us while others hurt us? Join JaQuitta Williams for the February edition of Your Health Connection, Wednesday, January 20 at 6:00 p.m. as we explore the links.   JaQuitta will be joined in studio by Registered Dietician Kiki Smalley-Frazier, and we’ll take your questions, live.  If we are what we eat, can you eat in a way to avoid cancer?

What if you or a loved one is a cancer survivor? How and why should you watch your nutrition carefully?

JaQuitta Williams is your host for Wednesday's December 16 edition of Your Health Connection, live at 6:00 p.m. on Jazz 91.9 WCLK.   She will be joined in studio by Dr. Pamela Rochelle, regional director (Region IV) for the U.S. Department of Health And Human Services.

Join JaQuitta Williams, host, Your Health Connection, live on Jazz 91.9 WCLK, Wednesday, November 18 at 6:00 p.m.    Our topic this month is cancer and mental health.   What impact can depression have on your ability to fight disease?  How can you keep mentally stable in the middle of a physical ordeal?

JaQuitta will be joined by our guest expert, Dr. Newburn Reynolds, and we’ll take your phone calls, live at (404) 880 - 9255.

Your Health Connection on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is community engagement from the Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development (CCRTD) at Clark Atlanta University, featuring veteran Atlanta Journalist (and cancer survivor), JaQuitta Williams, as your host.  Join us Wednesday, October 21 at 6:00 p.m. as we discuss the issues surrounding fertility and surviving cancer.   Can you still have children after cancer?   How can various therapies designed to defeat the disease impact you or your loved ones' ability to conceive a healthy child?

Your Health Connection for July features a "best of" edition of the program as JaQuitta Williams returns with an hour of vital talk radio on the subject of financially coping with cancer.  Fighting cancer happens on many fronts, emotional, physical, and in a for-profit healthcare system, financial struggles as well. Hear this re-broadcast at 6pm Wed July 22.

Atlanta Thyroid Cancer Support Group Forming

Jul 18, 2015

Judy O'Reilly is a thyroid cancer survivor that we featured on Your Health Connection earlier this year. Thyroid cancer is relatively uncommon, and most people don't understand how this small gland on your neck helps run your body. When it is attacked by cancer, the therapy and side effects can be daunting.

JaQuitta Williams returns Wednesday May 20 at 6pm with the May edition of Your Health Connection on WCLK. Our topic? The Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University. Their researchers and professors are charged with solving the terrible scourge of prostate cancer, and also training the next generation of African American biologists.

Host and Cancer Survivor JaQuitta Williams returns with Your Health Connection for April with a discussion about testicular cancer. April is Testicular Cancer Month. This cancer is curable if diagnosed early. JaQuitta will be joined by Dr. Anthony Barnes, who treats this disease, and Dan Sims, who has survived testicular cancer. JaQuitta will talk with them, and take your calls live Wednesday evening at 6pm.

Your Health Connection is community engagement from WCLK and CCRTD, the Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University.

Your Health Connection from the Center For Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University returns March 18 at 6pm on 91.9 WCLK with a hopeful and compelling live conversation about Colon Cancer. March is Colon Cancer Month. Colon cancer rates and deaths are higher in the African American community than in others.  Does this have to be?  A colonoscopy can save your life.  Do you know when and how often to have one?

JaQuitta Williams returns with the February edition of Your Health Connection on Wednesday, February 18 at 6pm for an hour of live, vital talk radio on the subject of financially coping with cancer.  Fighting cancer happens on many fronts, emotional, physical, and in a for-profit healthcare system, financial struggles as well.

Pages