DMC providers are hitting the airwaves on 95.7 WZID to provide New Hampshire communities with important information and tips to stay safe and healthy. Listen below to our past topics and tune in Mondays at 8:26am. If you have an Alexa device, you can ask her to stream 95.7 WZID!

Topics are thoughtfully selected by our providers to address current events or common questions they receive. We hope you find the information helpful!

Steve Hilton

Steven Hilton, DO

Dr. Steven Hilton discusses how to safely enjoy the sun’s rays this summer!

Tom Hagner, LICSW

There are many ways to get help if you are experiencing anxiety and stress. Your mental health is important  –  please get the support you need.

Rebecca Hicks, APRN, FNP-BC

Preventing falls is especially important as we age. Becca Hicks, APRN, FNP-BC shares tips to help avoid fall hazards.

Jennifer Badger, DO

As we kick off National Women’s Health Month, Dr. Badger urges women to prioritize their physical and mental health..

 

David Marshall, LICSW

As a licensed social worker, Dave Marshall cautions against “minimizing” our feelings and talks about how to cope with big emotions.

Jennifer Badger, DO

Dr. Jennifer Badger explains the important job your thyroid performs and talks about some of the symptoms of hypothyroidism.

Sarah Murai, MD

Maggie Donovan, APRN

Just one healthy day can be the start of life-long healthy habits for your family. Maggie Donovan, APRN, provides some great ideas for creating One Healthy Day!

Doug Dreffer, MD

Many people don’t know where to start when it comes to losing weight. The best plan is the one you will stick to! Remember, patience is key. It may take a year to lose the weight but that’s ok. Slow and steady wins the race!

High blood pressure, also known as Hypertension, is known as “the silent killer” because it often has no symptoms. But there are ways you can help keep your blood pressure in a good range. Airs Monday, August 16th at 8:26 am.

Christine Hand, MD

Both men and women should be aware of their risk factors for colon cancer and the importance of screening.

Halary Patch, APRN

Understand what your cholesterol numbers mean and how to improve them for heart health.

Women’s heart attack symptoms are different than men’s. It is important to know the signs.

Jennifer Badger, DO

With tick season in full swing, knowing how to prevent Lyme Disease and what symptoms to look for is important. Airs Monday, August 9th at 8:26 am.

Anne Barry, DO

Ajay Koshy, MD

Depression is a serious medical condition that is very treatable. If you think you are suffering from depression, please get help today. Airs Monday, June 7th at 8:26 am.

Steve Hilton, DO

Protect yourself and your family from the sun’s dangerous rays so you can enjoy the awesome outdoors! Air Date: Monday 5/10/21 at 8:26 am

Rebecca Krasnof, MD

The HPV vaccine is safe and effective in preventing cancer-causing infections. Air Date: Monday 4/29/21 at 8:26 am

John Daley, MD

Everyone knows exercise is good for us, but many underestimate the benefits of simply walking! For your mental, physical and social health try just getting out and walking. Air Date: Monday 4/5/21 at 8:26 am

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Dan Rosenbaum, MD

The COVID vaccines are safe, and the best and fastest way to get life back to “normal” is to get as many people vaccinated as soon as possible. Air Date: Monday 3/29/21 at 8:26 am

Many health complaints are caused by or made worse by lack of sleep. Air Date: Monday 2/1/21 at 8:26 am

Doug Dreffer, MD

How to avoid injuries from shoveling or slipping on ice. Air Date: Monday 1/25/21 at 8:26 am

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Dan Waszkowski, MD

DMC providers are hitting the airwaves on 95.7 WZID to provide New Hampshire communities with important information and tips to stay safe and healthy. Listen below to our past topics and tune in Mondays at 8:26am. If you have an Alexa device, you can ask her to stream 95.7 WZID!