WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) interviewed Evelyn Doss, a high school junior from Blue Ridge, Georgia, about her experience in the U.S. Senate Page Program on Facebook Live.
“Congratulations to Evelyn and her family on her acceptance into the Senate Page Program,” said Senator Perdue. “As an impressive young leader in her school and community, Evelyn has certainly earned this high honor, and I look forward to hearing about her continued success in the future.”
Evelyn is the first page Senator Perdue has appointed to the program. She is a student at Fannin County High School and participates in student government, mock trial, and drama club. Evelyn is also a member of the National Honor Society and plays the flute in her school’s band.
Every week our viewers send in some great questions for our Docs. This week BKP and Dr. Whaley discuss not only these questions listed below but also a few political things.
1) I like to drink grapefruit juice but hear that it can interfere with some prescription medications. Is that true?
2) To track how much fat I eat each day, should I focus on grams, calories or percentages?
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Dr. Whaley is traveling out of town so today we sit down with Dr. Tidman for our “Ask the Doc” segment! He has so much great information for us regarding these viewer questions:
- Can anyone get shingles? Should people take the vaccination?
- I like to get pedicures in the summer but are there risks, not all nail
salons use liners?
- Is there such a thing as adrenal fatigue?
He also has a great joke that he tells us at the end of his segment! Tune in to that to get your laugh of the day! We would like to thank Georgia Cancer Specialist for sponsoring this segment.
This past Friday we continued our discussion about rural Georgia with 51st district (R) State Senator and Lumpkin County’s economic development director, Steve Gooch. Our three areas of focus: rural Georgia economy, broadband access, and health care. Although the district doesn’t want to see something in the line of the KIA plant they most certainly would be open to small companies offering high paying, high tech jobs. In order to attract these types of companies; the area must provide good schools, fast internet, and quality health care. We discussed Piedmont Mountainside new stand alone emergency health care center in Gilmer County; a model for quality health care in rural areas. When our discussion turned to high speed internet for the area, Gooch was unable to say they “moved the ball” concerning Senate Bill 232, Facilitating Internet Broadband Rural Expansion (FIBRE) Act.
BKP and Katy talked with Dr. Whaley today about several great topics. One that is especially important this time of year as most females get ready for “bathing suit season” – Tanning. Dr. Whaley addresses the dangers of tanning beds, discusses spray tans and gives some alternate options that can be used instead to gain a great summer glow. The other viewer questions Dr. Whaley discusses in today’s “Ask the Doc” segment are:
What causes Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, and what is the best method of treatment? Can iodine help this condition?
Hearing aids are very expensive. How often will I have to be making an investment to replace or update them?
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Appalachian Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge John Worcester has been named the National CASA Judge of the year. More than seven hundred thousand children experience abuse and neglect each year. Judge Worcester talks about his time as Chief Juvenile Court Judge and his appointment to Superior Court Judge.
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