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The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: When a Cough is More than a Cold or the Flu-Philley/Leitman: Renowned Chef inspired ideas-Douglas: Health Insurance-Lang

  12/10/2018  10:00 am PST

The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: When a Cough is More than a Cold or the Flu-Philley/Leitman: Renowned Chef  inspired ideas-Douglas: Health Insurance-LangWhen a Cough is More than a Cold or the Flu with Julie Philley and Philip Leitman December may trigger peak cold and flu season, but symptoms, such as coughing and fatigue, could be a sign of something else. These symptoms could also be due to a progressive and chronic condition called nontuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) lung disease. Everyone is exposed to NTM bacteria during their daily lives, as NTM can be found in everyday items, such as tap water, showerheads, steam from hot tubs and soil from parks and gardens. While most people will not develop NTM lung disease, people with a history of lung conditions like bronchiectasis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or asthma are at an even greater risk, because damage from these conditions can make it easier for NTM to infect the lungs. The symptoms of NTM lung disease are similar to other lung conditions, which often causes delayed diagnosis of the condition. Those who have it may not even know it for months or sometimes years. In some cases, the disease can cause severe, even permanent damage to the lungs, so early detection and management are crucial to improving patient outcomes.


Renowned Chef offers inspired ideas for unforgettable holiday parties with Tom Douglas From Festive Appetizers to Delicious Wine Pairings, Impress Your Holiday Guests with a Party to Remember… Cheers! A memorable holiday party can take weeks of coordinating. After you finalize your guest list and playlist, it’s time to plan the menu. If you want to throw the quintessential holiday gathering that will stand out from the crowd, you need to offer guests food and drinks that will complement each other, be easy to assemble and keep you in the party and out of the kitchen. That means offering options for every diet, keeping prepared food fresh and hot , and tasting wines in advance. Sounds daunting? Help is here!


Did you know the Health Insurance Marketplace open enrollment period ends December 15? with Noah Lang. With less than two weeks to go, a new poll from Kaiser says only 24 percent of self-employed people know the deadline to get health insurance coverage. That's not surprising, given the lack of marketing this year from the government. But it is a problem when you consider the cost of healthcare is a major concern for 75 percent of Americans (particularly given that medical debt is the number-one reason people hear from debt collection agencies).


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