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OH MY, GOODNESS! BAKING WITH VEGETABLES

Guest: Rose Deneen, pastry chef and author… “Eat your vegetables,” takes on a whole new flavor if you follow the recipes contained in Le Cordon Bleu pastry chef, Rose Deneen’s, new cookbook, Baking with Vegetables. Of course, she includes some of our favorites like Carrot Cake. But have you ever indulged in Parsnip Spice Cake,… Read more »

TRANSFORMING OUR HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM TO ACHIEVE GREAT HEALTH CARE VALUE

Guest:  Timothy Harrington, MD, Rheumatologist, retired Professor of Medicine, UW School of Medicine and Public Health In their recently-released book, Great Health Care Value: Chronic Diseases, Practice Teams, and Population Management, Timothy Harrington, MD and his co-author Andrew Johnson, MS, MBA, provide their perspectives on how the American Health Care System is failing to serve… Read more »

ALZHEIMER’S IS ON THE COMMUNITY CALENDAR THIS WEEK

Guests:  Barbara Bendlin, Ph.D., Wisconsin Alzheimer’s disease Research Center;  Sara Alvarado, founder and caregiver, Gregg Potter, coordinator, Ales for Alzheimer’s Two completely different community events on back-to-back nights – both spotlighting the same issue – Alzheimer’s Disease. That’s what is happening this week when Wednesday evening, October 23, the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center at… Read more »

COMBAT BLINDNESS CELEBRATES 35 YEARS OF VISION

Guests:  Suresh Chandra, MD, Founder; Reena Chandra Rajpal, President; Gordon Derzon, Board VP; Combat Blindness International Founded by Suresh Chandra, MD, Emeritus Professor of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Combat Blindness International is celebrating 35 years of alleviating avoidable blindness around the world. Headquartered in Madison, CBI… Read more »

HEALTHCARE 911: FROM A PHYSICIAN’S PERSPECTIVE

Guest:  Bhupendra O. Khatri, MD, FAAN, author The rise of administrators among others in our current health care system is raising havoc on the traditional patient-physician relationship, says Dr. Bhupendra O. Khatri and author of the new book, HEALTHCARE 911: How America’s broken healthcare system is driving doctors to despair, depriving patients of care, and… Read more »