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Making informed health choices can be tough. On The Body Show, Dr. Kathleen Kozak makes them a little easier to understand with the latest medical information and knowledgeable guests.

Making informed health choices can be tough. On The Body Show, Dr. Kathleen Kozak makes them a little easier to understand with the latest medical information and knowledgeable guests.


Honolulu, HI


Hawaii PR


Making informed health choices can be tough. On The Body Show, Dr. Kathleen Kozak makes them a little easier to understand with the latest medical information and knowledgeable guests.






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The Body Show: Eat More Plants! Part 2

The second of a two part conversation with nutritionist Vivienne Aronowitz on how to create healthier eating habits, one meal at a time.


The Body Show: Eat More Plants! Especially Those You Learn To Grow Yourself

Nutritionist Vivienne Aronowitz joins the show for the first of a two part interview about how to create healthier eating habits, one meal at a time.


The Body Show: Suck It In!

Focusing on strengthening your abdominal muscles and core includes doing a very simple exercise that involves squeezing tightly . . . as if you need to zip up a tight pair of pants. According to Christine Lynders, that use of the transverse abdominus muscle can help with chronic low back pain, posture, strengthening the spine and much more. Learn a few other tips on this show about how physical therapy can be transformative for back pain management and care.


The Body Show: TeleMedicine Goes Mainstream! Can You See Me Now?

Hawaii Pacific Neuroscience founder Dr. Kore Liow and Catherine Mitchell are on the show to explain how they have figured out the glitches in the use of video technology, and made this accessible to neurology patients throughout the islands.


The Body Show: Wait, I Can't Read That!

Dr. Kenneth Chang helps explain what is an eyesight emergency, and what to do if your vision is suddenly a lot different than it used to be. Glaucoma, eye trauma, infections and more are discussed in this edition of The Body Show -- helping all of us to keep our eyes healthy, and avoid losing one of our most important senses.


The Body Show: Why Not Knowing Your Medications Correctly Could Kill You!

Dr. Justin Groode from the Patient Advocate Alliance , and Tami Rockholt join the show to explain how medication coordination can help reduce errors, and in some cases, deaths from mistakes made when taking our pills. Also, the key factors necessary to negotiate for more appropriate medical bills, and what can a patient navigator do to improve complex care.


The Body Show: COVID Quarantine - What About Avoiding Loneliness?

Coronavirus has made all of us to go to our rooms . . . literally. And this can result in a profound sense of isolation. Our kupuna need our help now, more than ever, to do our best not to spread the virus. On this edition of The Body Show , Dr. Bradley Wilcox, geriatric specialist, shares how to meet the needs of our community of elders at home.


The Body Show: Anxious About The Future? This Psychologist Can Help!

Dr. Martin Johnson joins the show, sharing how the use of telemedicine has opened up the availability to psychotherapy to everyone, even from the convenience of their own home! Learn what can help manage the anxiety and worry that is ever increasing during this time of the pandemic.


The Body Show: Dialysis Patients – What To Do During COVID-19

Dialysis centers are uniquely qualified to handle the concerns about coronavirus. Listen to Dr. Ramona Wong as she explains tips and techniques to deal with kidney disease in the time of COVID-19.


The Body Show: Mom And Dad Need Help At Home, Now What?

Many island residents need a little assistance as they get older. Services that range from nursing homes, assisted living, medications or even just food shopping. Hoʻokele Health Navigators joins this edition of The Body Show with information on how to help seniors get the assistance they need to stay well, especially during the COVID crisis.


The Body Show: What You Need To Know About The Coronavirus

The coronavirus is here in Hawaii. What do you need to know to protect yourself, your loved ones, and the entire community? On this edition of The Body Show , Kaiser Permanente's Chief of Infectious Disease Dr. Tarquin Collis joins the show to discuss the virus and how to avoid spreading it


The Body Show: How To Make Kids Happier Students!

Learning differences can make education much more difficult for students, but there are techniques that can help. Darlene Robertson, Mele Aina Wood and Angela Keen from Assets School join this edition of The Body Show to share their first hand experiences in childhood education that can help all of our keiki succeed in their own way.


The Body Show: Wait, There Are Stem Cells In Our Own Body Fat?

Stem cells -- they come from our own bodies and can be concentrated and injected into joints, and many other places to help with healing. Dr. Michael Pasquale from the Hawaii Stem Cell Treatment Center joins the show to explain the latest research on this innovative treatment that might just replace the need for surgery someday!


The Body Show: Stressed Out Hormone Changes? This Show Is For You!

Perimenopause, it's part of life, but it starts a bit earlier than you might think. Women in their late 30's might start experiencing symptoms, so it's good to know what's going on. On this edition of The Body Show , Dr. Monique Yuen , a naturopathic physician in Honolulu, will explore the different changes that happen, and share her all natural approach to maintaining hormonal balance between the ovaries, thyroid, and adrenal glands. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.


The Body Show: Family Planning — It's Never Too Early, Or Too Late!

Contraception, HPV vaccination, avoiding sexuallly transmitted infections — what's the latest in the world of reproductive health? On this edition of The Body Show , Dr. Shandhini Raidoo from the University of Hawaiʻi Department of OB/GyN and Women's Health joins the show to discuss that it's never too late, or too early, to be mindful of family planning and sexual health.


The Body Show: Heart Health 101— How To Avoid Heart Attacks And Strokes

Valentine’s Day is a great reminder to be heart healthy! Dr. Elisa Zaragoza from Kaiser Permanente joins the show to talk about how cholesterol, stress, diet and exercise can make all the difference. After all, heart attacks and strokes are one of the main causes of death in the U.S., and yet it’s never too late to learn how to avoid having one!


The Body Show: Health Insurance 101 — What Even Your Doctor Might Not Know!

Copays, deductibles, coinsurance — it's the alphabet soup of insurance terms. Pomaikai Gomes and Doreen Nakamura from UHA Health Insurance join the show to explain what these terms mean, and how each of us can get to know more about our own health insurance coverage, and be better prepared for any unexpected changes before they happen.


The Body Show: Wait, This Doesn't Work?

Are over the counter creams and lotions acutally effective? Can you eliminate wrinkles for good? In an effort to look and feel our best, many of us want to find a quick fix for some of our signs of getting older. But the best products might be things you have never even heard about, until now. Dr. James Okamoto from Ka Wai Ola Medical and Aesthetics , along with Sofi Virabyan join this edition of The Body Show to share the latest in cosmetic treatments, lasers, sunscreens and more. That...


The Body Show: How To Improve Your Brain's Health

What's good for your heart is also good for your brain. That's the basis of focusing on nutrition, exercise, community and stress reduction to improve brain health. On this edition of The Body Show , a talk with experts on how lifestyle changes might help prevent strokes and even dementia. 6:30 PM on HPR-1


The Body Show: Sjögren's Syndrome

What would you do if your immune system mistakenly attacks your body? Sjögren's syndrome is a lesser known autoimmune disease that can cause a whole variety of symptoms. On this edition of The Body Show , hear an inspiring story of a local nurse who has this condition, and is reaching out to help others who do too. 6:30 PM on HPR-1. PHOTO CREDIT: Scientific Animations