Hi! I'm Robin Stoloff and I am here to bring you not only Health Updates but also a new program called Living Well with Robin Stoloff! You can hear it Sundays from 9-11 am on Lite Rock 96.9. I was the host and producer of the longest-running health series in New Jersey – the award-winning Health Update which aired on NBC 40 for almost 30 years. I am a certified fitness instructor, a former fitness competitor, and I have produced my own workout video on the beaches of Atlantic City called Rock Hard With Robin which I did to help encourage an active lifestyle. I also write a health column in the South Jersey magazine, New Jersey Lifestyle. Originally from the Philadelphia area, I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from Villanova University, where I graduated cum laude. My personal and professional mission is to empower others with health information to help them live a longer, healthier life. I live in Atlantic County with my husband, attorney Richard Stoloff and our two children.
10 Tips To Protect Your Voice
We don’t give our voice much thought, until we lose it. Almost 18 million adults in the U.S. report problems with their voice. If you notice changes in your voice, take our short quiz to see if it could be a problem. Plus, check out these ten tips to protect your voice.
Top 10 Most Stressed Cities in America (One of Them is in New Jersey)
A new study from a personal finance website reveals the most stressed cities in the U.S. and they may come as a surprise.
Crank Up The Mozart – 5 Benefits of Classical Music
So maybe it is not one of your playlists, but you have probably heard that classical music can actually have both mental and physical benefits. Is there any actual truth behind this statement? According to numerous studies, there absolutely is.
How’s Your Relationship With Your Doctor? It Could Affect Your Health.
It just makes sense that if you have good relationship with your doctor you are more likely to go and see him, be honest with him, and listen to his advice. This can lead to better health outcomes. So how is your relationship with your doctor?
New Concussion Guidelines for Kids That May Surprise You
Concussions are now recognized as a major public health problem, with nearly 1 million kids going to emergency departments annually. These new guidelines for concussion treatment in kids may surprise you.
Five Easy Life Hacks to Improve Your Health
From the food we eat, to exercise, to just altering our daily routines, we can reduce stress and live the healthy life we deserve.
Miss New Jersey Talks Food Allergies – What We All Should Know
Food allergies affect more than 15 million people in the U.S. One of them is the brother of Jaime Gialloreto, Miss New Jersey, and she has made that her platform.
Eight Ideas For a Healthy Labor Day Cookout
What’s Labor Day without mile high platters of barbecued food? The question is, how do we keep it healthy?
Seven Healthiest Fast Food Meals
Everyone knows the one basic rule to follow when trying to be healthy: don’t eat fast food. We have seven of the healthiest fast food options.
Tips to Care For Yourself While You Care For a Loved One
Caring for an aging parent or a loved one who is ill or disabled is often deeply rewarding. However, it can also consume a lot of time, as well as physical and emotional energy.
Superfoods for Weight Loss!
While we always think about taking foods away from our diet to reduce calories, there are actually some foods that we can add to our diet that can help in our weight loss efforts. Check out these five superfoods that will give you the best weight loss bang for the buck!
Avoiding Summer Illness and Injury
The most common illnesses can range from upper respiratory infections, allergies, and viral illnesses. It is also common to see rashes and other sunburn irritations. When it comes to injuries, the list goes continues with breaks, sprains, cuts and burns. We talked to Dr. Edward Fog, Associate Medica…