Big Picture Living presents Time to Live! a podcast series where we discuss healthy living, health equity and the importance of lifestyle medicine.
Episode 3: Time to Live: Time to Live: Let's Talk about Sleep with Dr. Marsha-Gail Davis
Don't sleep on sleeping! Do you know how many hours of sleep a young person should get each night? If you think it's 8 hours you are incorrect and this is all the reason you need to check out this podcast!
On this episode of Time to Live, two student co-hosts from NFA West chat with Dr. Marsha-Gail Davis on the importance of sleep. Join Dr. DD and student hosts, Tyson and Monique, as they talk with Dr. Marsha-Gail Davis and unpack the survey results from their school asking students about their sleep habits.
Episode 2: Time to Live: A Discussion on Mental Health & Wellness with Special Guest Briana Herman-Brand
Let's remove the I in Illness and replace it with a We for Wellness! On this episode of Time to Live, three student co-hosts engage in an enlightening discussion with wellness specialist Briana Herman-Brand.
Briana has worked with youth and youth serving organizations across the country raising awareness of trauma-informed practices, healing and ways to build organization's capacity to create communities that craft-fully address justice and healing. Join Dr. DD and student hosts, Angel and Jasmin, from The Met High School and Meadow from the North Bay Met as they talk with Briana about her work and the challenges facing teens today.
Conversations for the Classroom
After you listen to this podcast with your students, consider asking the following questions:
What does wellness mean to you?
Moving from I to WE ….. How do we address wellness as we? What issues do we hold together
In what ways are we intentionally building relationships within our school/community?
Thoughts on what trauma informed means - what words do you hear the speakers using to describe trauma informed practices in school?
Briana describes power building as healing - how do you feel about that?
Can you think of an example that you have witnessed personally where intentional power building helped healing? Have you ever benefited from this type of experience?
What kinds of things would be helpful to you to be able to be your best self in your school environment? How can the school community come together to make these things possible?
Episode 1: Time to Live with Dr. Reginald Robinson
For our first episode of Time to Live we have special guest, cardiologist, Dr. Reginald Robinson with us to discuss heart health with us. According to the CDC, "Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women, and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the United States." Dr. Robinson believes 80% of the conditions he sees as a cardiologist can be modified by lifestyle. In this episode Dr. D and student hosts, Angel and Jasmin, from The Met High School talk with Dr. Robinson who gives us a glimpse of the life of a cardiologist along with some tips on embracing an authentic healthy lifestyle.