Suzanne Nelson of Suzanne's Natural Foods discusses natural ways to fight illness this cold and flu season.
Courtney Bay of Freeman Health System's Ozark Center Crisis Services discusses the TXT About It program.
Susan Pittman of Freeman Health System shares details about the upcoming Freeman Diabetes Expo.
Dr. Jennifer Copeland, a Mercy Clinical Psychologist, talks about the stressful eating around the holidays, and introduces us to "Intuitive Eating."
Life Coach Ann Leach talks about the benefits of changing our mindset to one of gratefulness.
Running instructor Bobby Ballard shares details about the "Anyone Can Run" class offered through the Joplin Family YMCA.
Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, Dr. Renee Walker, discusses tonsils, adenoids, and the various complications they can cause.
Fitness expert and personal trainer Angela Horner shows Melanie Huonker some body weight exercises that can be done using a chair.
RN Wendy Chrisenberry from the Freeman Women's Pavilion shares details about breast cancer screening and the upcoming Muffins and Mammograms event.
From the moment they wake up, kids are surrounded by screens. Whether they're at home or at school, they're staring at computers or Tablets, smartphones or Smart Boards and now, many parents are worried about how that screen time might impair their child's vision.
Bariatric surgery is a fantastic service at Mercy and they have a free seminar for those who are interested in seeing if the procedure is right for them.
Dr. Renee Walker explains the procedure for the ALAR Nasal Valve Stent surgery to open constricted air passages.
Melanie Huonker and Angela Horner demonstrate body weight exercise techniques.
Dr. Cathy Banes, Freeman Nurse Practitioner, talks about symptoms and prevention of heart attacks among women.
Trisha Shuler, Freeman Health Infection Prevention Officer, shares details about protecting our kids from the Enterovirus respiratory illness.
Ann discusses when it's okay to break the rules.
Dr. Derek Miller, Freeman Health orthopedic surgeon, discusses the most common forms of arthritis.
Dr. Renee Walker shares tips for keeping kids healthy as they head back to school.
Suzanne Nelson of Suzanne's Natural Foods has some great ideas for packing healthy school lunches.
Dan Pekarek, Director of the Joplin City Health Department, shares details about the effort to reduce ground-level ozone in the area through the Summer Air Project.
Dr. Ben Leavens of Main Street Pet Care discusses important items to include in a first aid kit for pets.
Amy Jones and Mariah Irvin of the Hoop Fiends Hula Hoop Group teach Gary and Melanie some tips on Hula Hooping.
Dai Flake of Downtown Yoga demonstrates some relaxing yoga moves you can do in a chair.
Dr. Ben Leavens of Main Street Pet Care shares details on the benefits of laser therapy for pets.
It's time once to welcome one of the many physicians from Freeman Health System. Today, Freeman Gynecologist Dr. Tyrone Adcock is here with some very important information for women about uterine cancer.
We always look forward to having Fitness Trainer Angela Horner with us on Living Well. Normally, we show video of Melanie Huonker's latest workout, but today we want to introduce you to a couple of Angela's clients who have achieved dramatic success with their weight loss goals.
Eric Bartlett of The Runaround in Joplin gives tips for keeping hydrated during workouts.
Dr. Renee Walker talks about sinuses, sinus infections and what we can do to prevent and treat them.
Dr. Kenneth Watts, Mercy General Surgeon, offers great advice about breast cancer screening and early detection.
Dr. Ben Leavens of Main Street Pet Care shares information on diagnosing and treating arthritis in cats.
Marriage and Family Therapist Dr. Karl Wendt shares life lessons that can be learned from the new film "Maleficent."
Dr. Jay Joseph demonstrates a new technological advancement in dental repair, called Kinetic Cavity Prep.
As women age, their bones could get weaker and become easier to break. But you can combat the problem, and it all starts with a simple test.
Angela Horner with Studio One Fitness in Joplin joins KSN's Melanie Huonker for tips to help you tone your arms.
Mercy Health Doctor Hilton McDonald and Nurse Practitioner Pamela Darnell share information on seasonal allergies in children.
Dr. Renee Walker tells about some over-the-counter allergy medications and when it is the right time to use each one.
Gina Peak and Kevin Collins tell us about the Move & Shake for MS Zumbathon and Fun Walk coming to Pittsburg.
Melanie has another great workout session with Angela Horner of Studio 1 Fitness.
Dai Flake of Downtown Yoga in Joplin takes Gary and Melanie through some healthy and relaxing Yoga exercises.
Pastor Aaron Brown of St. Paul's United Methodist Church tells us about three different approaches to living, and how we can get the most out of life.
Leah Rush-Patterson of Beauty by Leah shows Melanie some of the new colors of makeup for the Spring season.
Personal Trainer Angela Horner of Studio One Fitness shows us some workouts that target the back and arms.
Freeman Nurse Practitioner Jennifer Theis discusses new guidelines for risks and prevention of stroke in women.
Dr. Hilton McDonald and Nurse Practitioner Pamela Darnell enumerate types of allergy triggers, and how testing has come a long way.
Julie Hartwell and Sherri Stout demonstrate a decadent and relaxing spa treatment with chocolate in the mix.
Melanie accompanies trainer Angela Horner to her studio to get a personal training session.
Dr. Walker explains the causes and complications of a perforated tympanic membrane, or eardrum, and how it can be fixed.
Dr. Gretchen Shull talks about what her team does to help transition a patient to a greater awareness of their diabetes and how to manage it.
Dr. Gretchen Shull explains the very large correlation between the two deadly diseases.
Dr. Gretchen Shull explains some symptoms that should not be ignored.