Infant Sleep Safety, Changing Language, Teens and Social Media

The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 98

  • Feb 4, 2019 3:00 pm
  • 1:42:02 mins

Infant Sleep Safety (00:00) Richard Gunderman, professor at Indiana University School of medicine, shares the ABC’s of infant sleep and how to keep our babies safe while they snooze. Changing Language (17:49) The English language is always evolving. Slang, accents, and dialects all contribute to the way we speak and how we perceive others. Modern American Usage professor Debbie Harrison answers all our language questions and helps us better understand the language we speak every day. Teens and Social Media (33:03) Do you worry about the amount of time your teenager spends on their phone? Lisa talks with expert in mental health, Dr. Adam Price, about the effects that social media can have on adolescents Home Organization Philosophies (50:36) Lisa and Carrie Ann Rhodes talk about the most popular home organization philosophies and whether they are right for you or not. What Your Bloodwork Means (1:27:57) According to Women’s Health Magazine, most adults get their bloodwork done every 1-5 years. But what do all those numbers mean? Dr. John Poothullil teaches us everything you’d need to know about your bloodwork.

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