Best of The Healthy Steps Show 2022 (previously recorded)

The Healthy Steps Radio Show is a popular program that covers a wide range of topics related to health and wellness. In this special episode, we are taking a look back at the past year and showcasing some of our favorite moments from the show. We have put together a collection of clips featuring some of our most memorable callers, who have shared their inspiring stories and valuable insights on various health-related topics. This year-in-review episode is a great way to reflect on all we have learned and experienced together on the Healthy Steps Radio Show. Whether you are a long-time listener or new to the program, you are sure to enjoy this special compilation of some of our best moments from the past year.

Christmas show 2022

The show began with an appeal to the those in desperate need at holiday time and may be suicidal. Reminded listeners of the suicide hotline 988. Asked callers to write in or call in birthdays and Christmas testimony. Discussion about policing especially in Tampa, FL. Played holiday music, first Christmas celebration in Tallahassee, FL 1539-40…. Read more »

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Hillsborough County continues to push for greater awareness of new tenant protections, more than one year out

The Hillsborough County Commission last year approved a ‘Tenant’s Bill of Rights’ ordinance that, among other things, contains a ban on what’s known as source of income discrimination. This provision prohibits landlords and property owners from refusing to rent to a tenant based on how they plan to pay for their rent, as long as… Read more »

Gulf War Syndrome with special guest Dr. Laila Abdullah

Follow Dr. Laila Abdullahlah’s mission to uncover the truth behind Gulf War Syndrome, an illness downplayed by the VA for decades that now affects nearly 30% of Gulf War veterans, as she and Dr. Fred Harvey tackle the compelling central conflict of restoring the health and well-being of these brave service members.

Dr. Laila Abdullahlah is a nationally recognized speaker and researcher with 15 years of experience studying neurodegenerative illnesses, lipid metabolism, fat metabolism, general metabolism, and proteomics. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from USF, a Master’s in Public Health, Epidemiology, and Neuroscience, and a PhD from Milton Kinds in the UK.

A Peculiarly British Christmas

Christmas Pudding. Christmas Crackers. Pantomimes. Mince Pies. Boxing Day. Ah, yes, Boxing Day, if some of the other peculiarities of a British Christmas are explainable, Boxing Day remains a splendid conundrum. Christmas without Boxing Day is unthinkable in Britain. Forget what it’s really all about or where it originated from, December the 26th is certainly… Read more »