Category: Show Recaps (page 2 of 9)

#HolidayBlues – Late Night Parents

As the holiday season’s spirit and cheer kick in, it can be hard to imagine feeling glum. But for the 3.3 million Americans suffering from anxiety — plus millions more suffering from related conditions like depression and OCD — the expectations... Read More

#FillerEP – Late Night Parents

It’s Post-Thanksgiving – Dr Michele, Rich Valdez and Ted Hicks discuss the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews. We also chat about Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Netflix, health &... Read More

#FooFoo – Late Night Parents

Did you know that October was National Cyberbullying Prevention Month?  Shouldn’t this be every month? During the month of October, more than 250 students from across the nation – including 5 teams from NYC – visited New York City to... Read More

#PostElection – Late Night Parents

ed Hicks and Chris Whalen, CPA discuss how the election of Donald Trump may impact the future our families, businesses and our country. We talk illegal immigration, jobs, tax plans and of course healthcare. Hear thoughts on Clinton, Obama and... Read More

#TheReturn – Late Night Parents

#TedTalks about the relaunch of the show – now Sunday’s at 7pm ET. Dr Michele Reed – This segment of #AskDrMichele – the #FitDoc talks about the #EpiPen drama, the Healow app & upcoming “childhood obesity” health & wellness seminar... Read More

#NationalRadioDay – Late Night Parents

Dr Michele Reed – Immunization & How to combat Back To School anxiety Rev Benjamin – Black Jobs Matter & the ABBA Life Center. We also discuss tips for parents dealing w/children diagnosed w/ADHD. ... Read More

#PeaceInTheStreets – Late Night Parents

Ted talks with: Dr Michele Reed – Avoiding the Zika Infection Rev Benjamin & Min Muhammad – Stop The Violence David Cohen – Mission AthleteCare ... Read More

#StopTheViolence – Late Night Parents

Rev. Reginald Benjamin & Min. James Muhummad join us to discuss their Stop The Violence movement w/ Minister Abdul Hafeez Muhammad happening on Aug 13th in Hempstead, NY. #PeaceInTheStreets ... Read More

#GlassCeilings – Late Night Parents

#TedTalksOnLNP about: Cyberbullying — What it is & How to stop it. Cyberybullying affects countless teens and adolescents. A 2015 random sample study of 11-15 year olds in the Midwest found that over 34% reported being the victim of... Read More

#StandingStrong – Late Night Parents

Diane Reeve, “the new face of HIV,” has a B.S. Degree in nursing and a M.Ed. in adult education. Her true calling is teaching martial arts. She holds a 7th Degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do plus black belts in three additional styles. She has been... Read More

#TeenSafe – Late Night Parents

Join Ted Hicks (Dad, Husband & Son) as he moderates the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews. Today’s guests include: Dr Michele Reed – As Dr... Read More

#1BillionSeconds – Late Night Parents

Poppy and Geoff Spencer, co-authors of the new book, 1 Billion Seconds: A Fictional Memoir, are based in Sarasota and available to share advice (outlined below) on The Very Best of Mankind—regarding the tragedy in Orlando. Speaking about his... Read More

#AreYouReadyToCutTheCord – Late Night Parents

Michael LoBianco joins us to talk about the current state of cord cutting. What is cord cutting … In broadcast television, cord cutting, cutting the cord, and cord shaving refer to patterns of viewers cancelling subscriptions to subscription... Read More

#Firewall – Late Night Parents

John A. “Jay” Faber, MD is a clinical and forensic psychiatrist with more than two decades of experience in Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry and Pharmacological Management, treating patients in clinical private practices in Colorado,... Read More

#AskDrMichele – Late Night Parents

Dr Michele Reed joins us to talk about various topics such as: Zika virus e-Prescriptions Black Girls Run Fit Doc Next Generation Athletics Father’s Day ... Read More

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