Zorba Paster On Your Health

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Each week Dr. Zorba Paster and co-host Tom Clark provide listeners with health and fitness tips to live a full and healthy life. The down-to-earth, personal style makes this call-in show as entertaining as it is informative. " Zorba Paster On Your Health " can be heard Saturdays from 8 to 9 a.m. and again from 1 to 2 p.m. on the Ideas Network.

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Each week Dr. Zorba Paster and co-host Tom Clark provide listeners with health and fitness tips to live a full and healthy life. The down-to-earth, personal style makes this call-in show as entertaining as it is informative. " Zorba Paster On Your Health " can be heard Saturdays from 8 to 9 a.m. and again from 1 to 2 p.m. on the Ideas Network.
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-05-24 11:03
last episode published
2019-05-18 08:00
publication frequency
6.01 days
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Number of Episodes
157
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
18.05.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Adolescent Mental Health Crisis, Brits Are Having Less Sex, Grilled Chile Salmon With Lime Crema

Zorba and Tom discuss a new study that shows a large increase in adolescent mental health problems in the UK, and they look at why the Brits are having less sex. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for grilled chile salmon with lime crema.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
4.05.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Don't Skip Breakfast, Recent Measles Epidemic, Thai Basil Chicken Bowls

Zorba and Tom discuss a new study that reinforces the importance of eating breakfast, and they look at why the measles are making a momentous comeback. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for Thai basil chicken bowls.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
27.04.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Garlic Helps Memory, Do Supplements Work, Zorba's Experimental Beef Brisket

Zorba and Tom discuss a study suggesting eating fresh garlic may help with memory, and they look at research surrounding the effectiveness of supplements. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for Zorba's experimental beef brisket.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
13.04.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Hugs For Health, A Shot To Prevent Cancer, Tofu Parmigiana

Tom and Zorba discuss research that shows hugging can be good for your health. They also look at a HPV vaccine has been shown to prevent most kinds of cervical cancer. Plus, they'll share a healthy recipe for tofu parmigiana.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
6.04.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

What Else Is In Our Pills, Mushrooms For Memory, Pineapple Shrimp Noodle Bowl

Tom and Zorba look at what inert or inactive ingredients are in the pills we take, and how that could affect our health. They also look at new research suggesting eating mushrooms may help to slow memory loss. Plus, they'll share a healthy recipe for a...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
30.03.2019

Smartphone Infant Monitors, Stress And Heart Disease, Zucchini And Eggplant Rigatoni

Tom and Zorba look at the effectiveness of infant monitor socks. They also discuss the link between stress and heart disease. Plus, they share a healthy recipe for zucchini and eggplant rigatoni.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
23.03.2019

How To Fall, Seniors And Psychiatric Drugs, Green Vegetable Egg Tortilla

Tom and Zorba talk about the correct way to fall, and they discuss a study showing the rise in seniors taking psychiatric drugs. Plus, they share a special guest chef recipe for green vegetable egg tortilla.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
23.03.2019

How To Fall, Seniors And Psychiatric Drugs, Green Vegetable Egg Tortilla

Tom and Zorba talk about the correct way to fall, and they discuss a study showing the rise in seniors taking psychiatric drugs. Plus, they share a special guest chef recipe for green vegetable egg tortilla.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
16.03.2019

Pain Reduced By Hand Holding, Blood Sugar Control And Type 2 Diabetes, Spicy Soy Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Tom and Zorba look at a study that shows women feel less pain when having their hand held during a procedure. They also discuss the changing views on blood sugar levels and type 2 diabetes. Plus, they share a healthy recipe for spicy soy chicken lettuc...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
9.03.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Opioids And Suboxone Treatment, Babysitting Grandparents May Live Longer, Zaatar Roasted Eggplant

Tom and Zorba discuss how Suboxone treatment should be more easily available to treat opioid addiction. They also look at a study that found grandparents who help with babysitting may live longer. Plus, a special guest chef shares his healthy recipe fo...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
2.03.2019

Icy Plunge For Pain Relief, Eating Quickly Raises Obesity Risk, Stars And Chicken Stew

Tom and Zorba look at research suggesting that jumping into cold water may help with pain relief, and they discuss a study showing that eating fast may increase risk for obesity. Plus, they'll share a tasty recipe for Stars & Chicken Stew.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
23.02.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Screens Affect Children's Sleep Health, FDA Takes On Supplement Companies, Thai Chicken Soup

Tom and Zorba look at a study that shows children who watch screens before bed time have more sleep issues. They also discuss why the FDA is sending warning letters to certain supplement companies. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for Thai chicken soup.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
16.02.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Blood Pressure And A Haircut, Is Breakfast Really The Most Important Meal, Maple Balsamic Veggie Fries

Tom and Zorba discuss why some barbershops are taking client's blood pressure and the importance of health initiatives in underserved communities. They also look at new research that disputes breakfast being the most important meal. Plus, they'll share...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
16.02.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Blood Pressure And A Haircut, Is Breakfast Really The Most Important Meal, Veggie Fries

Tom and Zorba discuss why some barbershops are taking client's blood pressure and the importance of health initiatives in underserved communities. They also look at new research that disputes breakfast being the most important meal. Plus, they'll share...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
9.02.2019

Children And Bacteria, Cell Phones And Radiation, Banana Pudding

Tom and Zorba discuss a study suggesting children benefit from exposure to dirt and bacteria. They also look at new research examining the potential risk from cell phone radiation. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for banana pudding.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
2.02.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Meditation May Lower Flu Risk, A New Diet To Save The Planet, Beet And Fennel Salad With Grapefruit

Tom and Zorba talk about a study showing that meditation and exercise may reduce risk for flu, and they discuss a new "green diet" that takes into consideration the planet's limited resources. Plus, they'll share a healthy recipe for a beet and fennel ...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
26.01.2019

Grapes And Choking Hazards, Mouthwash And STDs, Spinach Enchiladas

Tom and Zorba talk about a study showing that grapes are a serious choking hazard for children, and they discuss another new study suggesting that mouthwash may help combat certain STDs. Plus, they'll share a healthy recipe for spinach enchiladas.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
12.01.2019

Weekend Warrior Workouts, Statins, Soba Noodle Salad With Cucumbers And Asparagus

Tom and Zorba look at a study comparing exercising only on the weekend versus working out all week. And we discuss a new study showing that statins may do more than just lower cholesterol. Plus, a healthy recipe for soba noodle salad with cucumbers and...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
5.01.2019 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Can We Inherit Trauma, Low Sodium Diets, Carrot, Smoked Salmon and Avocado Salad

Tom and Zorba talk about the possibility of humans inheriting trauma from our ancestors. They also discuss if low sodium diets really are that healthy. Plus, they serve up a healthy recipe for carrot, smoked salmon and avocado salad.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
29.12.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Caring for the Caregivers, Bone Health, Broccoli With Anchovies And Garlic

Tom and Zorba discuss tips on how caregivers can take care of themselves. They also look at new research suggesting Vitamin D and calcium supplements may not strengthen bone density. Plus, they fire up a healthy recipe for broccoli with anchovies and g...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
15.12.2018

Eating Cookie Dough, New Blood Pressure Guidelines (Japanese Cucumber Salad)

This week Tom and Zorba examine whether it's safe to eat cookie dough. They also discuss the revised blood pressure guidelines. Plus, they share a tasty recipe: Japanese Cucumber Salad!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
8.12.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Mouth Breathing vs. Nose Breathing And Memory, Are Standing Desks Overrated? (Maple Roasted Carrots with Goat Cheese)

We discuss a study that looks at how nose breathing vs. mouth breathing affects memory. And there's new research that suggests standing work desks may not be all they're stacked up to be health wise. Plus, we share a healthy recipe for Maple Roasted Ca...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
1.12.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Walking Speed Determines Health / Antibiotics And Obesity (Butternut Squash Tacos with Avocado)

There's new research that looks at what walking speed says about our health. We also look at the link between antibiotics and obesity. Plus, we share a healthy but tasty recipe for Butternut Squash Tacos with Avocado .
Wisconsin Public Radio author
17.11.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Seasonal Temperature Changes / A Mother's Voice And Smoke Alarms (Ingrid Hoffmann's Chicken Tinga Poblana)

We learn why 50 degrees in the fall feels colder than 50 degrees in the spring. We also look at a study that found kids reacted much quicker to smoke alarms that were their mother’s voice. Plus, we talk with celebrity chef and Telemundo host Ingrid Hof...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
3.11.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Fast Food Everything / The Great Flu Pandemic Of 1918 (Thai Deviled Eggs)

We talk about a new study that looked at how much fast food Americans are eating, and we discuss the lessons we have learned from the influenza pandemic of 1918 . Plus, a spooky good recipe for Thai Deviled Eggs!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
27.10.2018

Germs! / Vitamin D And Bone Health (Veggie Frittata With Asiago Cheese)

We look at ways to avoid contact with germs, and we discuss a new study from The Lancet looking at Vitamin D supplements and if they actually help with bone health. Plus, we dig in to a delicious recipe for Veggie Frittata with Asiago Cheese!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
20.10.2018

Is Standing At Work Bad? / Pets And Children's Asthma (The Midwest Beet Burger)

A study suggests standing at work may be worse than sitting. We examine the research on standing vs. sitting. We also find out how early exposure to pet allergens may reduce the risk of asthma in infants. Plus, we get a tasty recipe: The Midwest Beet B...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
13.10.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Kids And Fast Food / New Screen Time Guidelines (Lemony Zucchini Pasta)

We talk about the choices kids are making at fast food restaurants. We learn about new screen time guidelines for kids. Plus, we get the steps on a delicious recipe for Lemony Zucchini Pasta!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
6.10.2018

Docs Need To Unlearn / No Level Of Alcohol Beneficial (Chipotle Chicken Mango Salad)

We find out why it's difficult for physicians to unlearn certain things. We look at a study that found no level of alcohol is healthy. Plus, get a delicious recipe for Chipotle Chicken Mango Salad!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
8.09.2018

Dish Sponges And Germs / Dementia Prevention (Spinach And Chicken Tortilla Casserole)

This week Zorba and Tom talk about a study that looks at the amount of bacteria in our dish sponges, and they discuss a study on potential prevention factors for dementia. Plus, they share a delicious recipe: Spinach & Chicken Tortilla Casserole!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
1.09.2018

Docs Prescribe Play Time / Pesticide In Our Cheerios? (Miriam's Lentils)

This week Zorba and Tom talk about children's play time is as important as reading to them, and they look at a study that found pesticide in some breakfast cereals. Plus, they share a special listener recipe for Miriam's Lentils!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
18.08.2018

Anti-Vax Docs / Turning Vacant Lots Green (Savory Bean & Spinach Soup)

This week Zorba and Tom talk about potential consequences of doctors who dispense anti-vaccination information, and they look at a study suggesting that the greening of vacant urban lands may reduce self-reported poor mental health in community-dwellin...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
4.08.2018

Forest Bathing / Being Single Bad For Your Health? (Squash Curry with Red Lentils)

This week Zorba and Tom learn about the health benefits of "forest bathing", and they look at a study showing that being single may be detrimental to your health. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for Squash Curry with Red Lentils!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
28.07.2018

Cost Of Drugs Varies Widely By City / More Perks of Drinking Coffee (Sweet & Sour Chicken Rice Bowl)

This week Zorba and Tom talk about how the cost of prescription drugs varies widely from city to city, and they look at a study showing some newly discovered health perks of drinking coffee. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for Sweet & Sour Chicken ...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
14.07.2018

Death With Dignity / Lentils & Blood Sugar Study (Greek Pasta Salad)

This week Zorba and Tom discuss the controversial issue of assisted suicide, and they look at a study suggesting that eating lentils may lower blood sugar. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for Greek Pasta Salad.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
7.07.2018

Are Pets The New Probiotics? / New Juice Guidelines for Kids (Strawberry Cobb Salad!)

This week Zorba and Tom examine a study that looks at the bacteria our pets bring into our lives, and they discuss the new FDA guidelines on fruit juice for children. Plus, they share a healthy recipe for Strawberry Cobb Salad.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
30.06.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Big Booze Taints Study / Mediterranean Diet Study Retraction (Angel Hair Pasta with Garlic Cream Sauce)

This week Zorba and Tom look at a study that was tainted by influence from the alcohol industry, and they look at how bad data collection in the New England Journal of Medicine study on the Mediterranean Diet should be interpreted. Plus, they share a d...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
23.06.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Screen Use Before Sleep / Social Ties Slows Brain Aging (Grilled Peaches with Burrata)

Zorba and Tom look at a study suggesting nighttime screen use can disturb sleep, and they talk about how being social in older age can help slow brain aging. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for Grilled Peaches with Burrata
Wisconsin Public Radio author
9.06.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Using Baseball To Fight Dementia / Some Drugs May Cause Dementia (Eggplant with Braised Chickpeas)

This week Zorba and Tom talk about groups that using baseball memories to help treat older dementia patients. They also look at an observational study showing certain drugs may increase the risks for dementia. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for Eg...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
12.05.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Cleaner Air = Fewer Lung Issues / The Dirty Dozen (Beet Salad with Mushrooms, Goat Cheese and Arugula)

This week Zorba and Tom look at a study equating cleaner air to fewer lung issues in children, and they discuss “The Dirty Dozen” -- a list of the most pesticide-contaminated fruits and veggies. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for Beet Salad with Mushr...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
5.05.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

A Frank Discussion On Bathroom Hand Dryers / Cell Phone Radiation Risk (Persimmon Arugula Salad)

This week Zorba and Tom have an enlightening discussion on the cleanliness of bathroom hand dryers, and they look at any potential radiation risks from cell phone use. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for Persimmon Arugula Salad!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
21.04.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

On the Accuracy of Fitness Trackers / Caffeine Not Linked to Heart Palpitations (Mediterranean Rice Noodle Bowl)

This week Zorba and Tom discuss a study showing that fitness tracker gadgets may not be accurate, and a new study about caffeine and heart palpitations. Plus, they share a healthy and delicious recipe for a Mediterranean Rice Noodle Bowl!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
14.04.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Hug Your Children / Phthalates In Our Food (Eggplant Mexicana with Tofu)

Zorba and Tom discuss a study that looked at the health benefits of children who were hugged, and they look at phthalates in our food. Plus, they share a healthy and delicious recipe for Eggplant Mexicana with Tofu.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
7.04.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Dancing Helps The Brain / Fruit Juice Study (Salmon Teriyaki)

This week Zorba and Tom discuss a study about how dancing affects our brains, and a new study focusing on the consumption of fruit juice. Plus, they share a healthy and delicious guest author recipe for Salmon Teriyaki! Recipe is from Amy Kaneko's book...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
31.03.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Sleep Deprivation & False Claims / Injury Deaths & Life Expectancy (Chipotle & Sweet Potato Chowder)

This week Zorba and Tom discuss a study showing that sleep deprivation may lead to false confessions, and they talk about a study showing that the U.S. has far worse statistics compared to Europe in terms of accidents (deaths). Plus a tasty recipe for ...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
24.03.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Pain Reduced By Hand Holding / Blood Sugar Control & Type 2 Diabetes (Spicy Soy Chicken Lettuce Wraps)

Tom and Zorba look at a study that shows women feel less pain when having their hand held during a procedure. They also discuss the changing views on blood sugar levels and type 2 diabetes. Plus, they share a healthy recipe for Spicy Soy Chicken Lettuc...
Wisconsin Public Radio author
17.03.2018

Smartphone Infant Monitors / Stress & Heart Disease (Zucchini & Eggplant Rigatoni)

Tom and Zorba look at the effectiveness of infant monitor socks. They also discuss the link between stress and heart disease. Plus, they share a healthy recipe for Zucchini & Eggplant Rigatoni.
Wisconsin Public Radio author
10.03.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Icy Plunge For Pain Relief? / Eating Fast Raises Obesity Risk (Stars and Chicken Stew)

Tom and Zorba look at research suggesting that jumping into cold water may help with pain relief, and they discuss a study showing that eating fast may increase risk for obesity. Plus, they'll share a tasty recipe for Stars & Chicken Stew!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
3.03.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

How To Fall / Seniors & Psychiatric Drugs / Green Vegetable Egg Tortilla

Tom and Zorba talk about the correct way to fall, and they discuss a study showing the rise in seniors taking psychiatric drugs. Plus, they share a special guest chef recipe for Green Vegetable Egg Tortilla!
Wisconsin Public Radio author
17.02.2018 http://www.wpr.org/sites/default/files/itunes-large/WPRPodcast_2013_Zorba_1400_0.jpg

Children & Bacteria / Cell Phones & Radiation (Banana Pudding!)

This week Tom & Zorba discuss a study suggesting children benefit from exposure to dirt and bacteria. They also look at new research that looks any potential risk from cell phone radiation. Plus, they share a tasty recipe: Banana Pudding!
Wisconsin Public Radio author