Leslie-Ann chats with Dr. Kester Nedd, dissecting Alzheimer’s and Dementia, from a clinical, social, and economic standpoint within the Caribbean context. From the discussion, one will learn about Alzheimer’s and Dementia, understand the differences, causes, symptoms, and how it can be treated, through pharmacological and no pharmacological treatments in the early stages.
First-generation, Trinidadian actress, living and working in Los Angeles, Tiffany Yvonne Cox, chats with Leslie-Ann about how she navigates as a person of colour with Caribbean roots in Trinidad and Grenada, in the entertainment industry in America.
This is an episode about owning your balance in the workplace and embracing your personal power to thrive. The conversation covers remaining flexible and open to refining personal goals and being true to yourself, always.
Leslie-Ann and Dr. Earl Brewster discuss women’s health, with a special focus on menopause and overall reproductive health. They break down the term “menopause” and the issues surrounding this transitional phase all women go through when they get to a certain age, generally between 45 and 55.