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This edition of The Balancing Act includes an all-new segment with celebrity chef Ralph Pagano! Plus, we’re improving our vision and learning about a ground-breaking innovation for cancer patients.

From China to Europe, from Africa to the Americas, CooperVision improves the way people see. That’s because they’re one of the world’s leading manufacturers of soft contact lenses and related products and services. Whether you wear contacts or you’re an eye care provider, CooperVision is here to help you.

Then, we’re learning about Chemo Mouthpiece, an intraoral ice pack that helps cancer patients suffering from mouth sores caused by treatment. In fact, Chemo Mouthpiece was invented and founded by cancer survivor David Yoskowitz to help fellow cancer patients. 

Hop in! We’re driving through Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, a hub for art, culture, and food. On the first edition of Ralph on the Road, we’re joined by Laine Doss, food and drink editor at Miami New Times. We’re taking to the streets to gather inspiration before we get cooking with noodles from No Yolks®.

An Education On Orthopedic Health And How It Benefits Your Overall Well Being

While the healthcare system has changed over the years the doctor-patient relationship remains one of the most important parts of medicine. And today on The Balancing Act we’ll visit Oasis Orthopedic and Spine Integrated Services to meet a group of doctors who not only excel in the craft of medicine but also have shown their […]

Big Bank with a Community Feel

As technology has evolved to offer greater modern day conveniences, service industries have been challenged to maintain a human touch in the face of increasing automation. Today on The Balancing Act, we’ll be profiling Apple Bank, a New York City institution that has been providing banking services to their customers for over a century. As […]

What To Consider When Choosing A Primary Care Physician

Primary care was the largest platform of health care delivery in the United States when measured in 1961. Four decades later, models continue to reveal more people seek primary care than any other type of healthcare service. The Balancing Act caught up with Dr. Vikram Gupta, founder of GMed Healthcare to learn in greater detail […]

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