Focusing on the various aspects of health and wellness, to include: mental, physical, spiritual, financial, and social health and wellness.

Jesse Cooper of S.M.A.R.T. Fitness

To get 2018 started off right, Flash/Black :radio: is going to be focusing more purposefully on physical fitness and wellness.  To help get this initiative started, we’d like to introduce you to Mr. Jesse Cooper, who has been training people and changing lives since 2000.  Jesse is the CEO of SMART Fitness, and is super passionate about health and wellness.  In this interview, da Vinci Parks deep dives into why Jesse loves bing a personal trainer, and what got him started on his journey towards physical fitness and helping others.

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Health & Awareness: Stroke Awareness with Nurse Jami

In the Health & Awareness discussion, our host da Vinci Parks sits down with (Registered) Nurse Jami to talk about stroke awareness.  Nurse Jami shares first-hand experience with regard to a loved one suffering a stroke.  We discuss what led to this tragic event, what could have been done differently, and what we can do to better ensure that we or our loved ones don’t suffer a similar fate.

Prostate Health and Awareness: A Call to Action

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Flash/Black:Radio: host, Lee Bennett, III interviews renowned urologist Dr. Robert Waterhouse.  In this interview, Dr. Waterhouse explains the ins and outs of prostate health and wellness, and what every man needs to know as he gets older.  If you have a special man in your life, this is an interview that he needs to hear.

Dr. Waterhouse is a board certified urologist who has been practicing for more than 25 years.

Published: Prostate Cancer Early Detection – Why Is It Important?  


Heart Health 101 (with Nurse Jami)

Flash/Black:Radio: host da Vinci Parks (a.k.a. Lee Bennett, III) sits down to talk with friend and Registered Nurse, Jami Reese (a.k.a. Nurse Jami) about heart health and awareness, preventative medicine, and more.  Tune in to find out what age group is increasingly winding up in the hospital E.R. for heart attack-related symptoms….