Living Well with Robin Stoloff
Former TV Health Reporter for an NBC station and current radio host, Robin Stoloff has one mission - ”Empowering people to live a healthier life.” As host of her own radio show, columnist, and former host of a weekly TV health program, Robin shares essential healthy living tips and interviews with top experts in the field of nutrition, fitness, medicine, and health. A certified fitness instructor and former fitness competitor, Robin plays on a USTA tennis team and teaches group fitness classes.
My entire life has been dedicated to helping others learn more and live better. As a fitness instructor, radio host, and health reporter for more than 30 years, I am blessed to do what I love - share important information for everyone to take steps to live a little healthier...one listener at a time.
- Robin Stoloff
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Podcast Host and Life Coach, Michelle Newman created “The New Mid” as a safe place to explore the transitions women are going through in mid-life. We are healthier, living longer, and challenging the norms of mid-life. We are heading into a transition, but not the stereotypical one. If you have been wondering what’s next or is this it, she will guide you to take action in your life. Whether coaching one-on-one or in her The New Mid Academy, Michelle will help you navigate the ups and downs. In this episode, we explore possibilities and discuss what's next in the second half of life!
Saturday Oct 09, 2021
After his 22-year old son, John lost his life in July of 2000 in an auto accident with a drunk driver, his father Bill Elliott pledged to prevent this tragedy from happening to another family. Ensign John Elliott had recently graduated from The Naval Academy, where he had been named the Hero of the Year, an acronym standing for Human Education Resource Officer, or peer advocate for his fellow shipmates. That year, he and his family founded the John R. Elliot Hero Campaign for Designated Drivers. At the heart of The HERO Campaign is a simple premise: Be a HERO. Be a Designated Driver. Designated drivers are the true HEROES, helping to keep us all safe. They partner with high schools and colleges, bars and taverns, professional sports teams, and even help to shape drunk driving laws. They have inspired more than 100,000 people to take the HERO pledge. Here is the story behind the amazing courage and strength of the Elliott family and the HERO Campaign.
Monday Oct 04, 2021
All parents worry about their children in college. Today, students on college campuses feel more stressed than in the past, which means parents are even more concerned. Students are reporting higher levels of anxiety and depression every year, and the dropout rate for freshmen is 30%. What can you do to help your college student? You can make sure they have habits, skills, and tools to help them perform well academically, make good choices, and feel empowered rather than overwhelmed. As a health coach, Yale graduate, and a mom of 3 college graduates, Dale Troy teaches students how to navigate the transition from high school to college, so they can feel more in control and succeed. In her program Crush College Stress, Dale works one on one with students in virtual meetings to help them do well academically, have a positive social experience, and maintain physical and emotional health. As a health coach, Yale graduate, and a mom of 3 college graduates, Dale Troy teaches students how to navigate the transition from high school to college, so they can feel more in control and succeed. In her program Crush College Stress, Dale works one on one with students in virtual meetings to help them do well academically, have a positive social experience, and maintain physical and emotional health. Together, she works with the students to enable them to manage college stress and have a successful college experience. Learn her five-step approach in this episode of Living Well with Robin Stoloff.
Could You Have COVID Long Haul Syndrome? Know The Symptoms with Dr. Mary Ann Yehl, Medical Director of AtlantiCare Telemedicine
Saturday Sep 25, 2021
Most people who have had COVID-19 recover within a few weeks. But some people, even those who had mild symptoms of the disease, continue to experience problems after their initial recovery. It has been called post-COVID-19 long haul syndrome or long COVID-19. Older people and people with many serious medical conditions are the most likely to experience lingering COVID-19 symptoms, but even young, healthy people can feel the effects for weeks to months after infection. Common signs and symptoms that linger over time include fatigue, joint pain, headaches, loss of smell or taste, and dizziness to name a few. It can also damage organs such as the heart and lungs. Mary Ann Yehl, D.O., is a board-certified family medicine physician and Medical Director of AtlantiCare Telemedicine and Ambulatory Quality Care. She discusses their new COVID Long Haul Clinic and their interdisciplinary approach. If you or someone you know has long COVID, don't miss this episode.
Sunday Sep 19, 2021
Would you know the warning signs of a mental health issue in someone you love? Sometimes they are very subtle. Suicide and mental illness are on the rise, but being armed with the correct knowledge gives us the tools to help someone in need. Jaime Angelini is in statewide Disaster Relief and Special Projects Manager for the Mental Health Association in Atlantic County. She shares important information we all need to know.
Friday Sep 10, 2021
We often don't connect skin health to the health of our gut, but the two are undeniably connected. In this episode, I explore the relationship between our skin and diet with Jennifer Fugo, MS, LDN, CNS, functional clinical nutritionist, founder of Skinterrupt, and the host of the Healthy Skin Show. In her clinical practice, she helps women and men with never-ending “stomach problems”, chronic skin rashes, brain fog, chronic fatigue, and autoimmunity find a way back to their best health. Jennifer also has extensive experience supporting people with various food sensitivities — especially those who are stuck on elimination diets without any improvement.
Heading a University During Covid - Behind the Scenes with Dr. Harvey Kesselmen, Stockton University President
Thursday Aug 19, 2021
One of the biggest impacts of the pandemic has been on our kids and young adults in school. Covid has created immense challenges to education in our country in so many ways – physical, emotional, logistical, and even political. Dr. Harvey Kesselman is President of Stockton University and he clearly knows how the pandemic has affected education. He has been with Stockton in various roles for more than forty years, but he says nothing could have prepared him for coping with a global pandemic. He candidly discusses the challenges of the quick conversation to online education last year, the mental health aspects of Covid, and how he makes decisions about vaccines, masks, and the safety and welfare of Stockton students and faculty. Get inside the mind of a lifelong educator and university president in this episode of Living Well with Robin Stoloff.
Saturday Aug 14, 2021
Tired? Moody? Can't lose weight? It could be your hormones. They affect almost everything we do, but there are ways to regulate them. Chiropractor and Nutrition Expert Dr. Stephanie Zgraggen explains how balancing our hormones can be a life-changing step to feeling and looking better.
Healing, Hope and Finding Your Spark with Podcast Host, Mom, Educator and Mental Health Advocate Helene Beck
Friday Aug 06, 2021
Like so many of us, Helene Beck began to re-evaluate her life and search for answers at the start of the pandemic. Experiencing vertigo for nine months and coping with mental health issues, Helene returned to her hometown of Margate, New Jersey. Finding comfort in her hometown roots and the spirituality of the ocean, Helene had an idea - she would start her own podcast to help others heal and share their stories. Having no experience in podcasting, Helene and her daughter Alexandra had to teach themselves the ins and outs of hosting and promoting a podcast, but it has all been worth it. Since that moment, she has never looked back. She and her daughter have hosted "Coming from the Heart Podcast" for more than a year. It is a journey of self-exploration, hope, and even some fun along the way., helping to "heal one heart at a time." Helene and I talk about what it means to find fulfillment and get your spark back in life. how to find your spark in life.
Friday Jul 16, 2021
Finding a lump in her breast seven weeks after she had a clean mammogram was devasting to runner, race announcer, and fitness expert, Fitz Koehler. However, she refused to play the victim and continued to work and travel the country during months of exhausting treatments. In her book, “My Noisy Cancer Comeback” Fitz shares her personal cancer journey. It is a candid account of the gory, juicy, terrifying, and funny details of her breast cancer battle. Fitz Koehler is a fitness innovator with a Masters's Degree in Exercise and Sport Sciences from the University of Florida. She has been teaching fitness around the globe for decades. You can reach her at fitzness.com. We have a wonderful and inspiring conversation in this episode of Living Well with Robin Stoloff.