What: Radio Show Interview of Mike Everly, Bees and Trees Founder
Topic: Manuka Honey: What It Is and How It Is Used
When: Sunday, August 18, 2019, 9:00 am EST
Where: www.radio.com* or download the Radio.com app.
All shows are also available after the show airs on https://vitalhealthradio.com/past-shows/.
This Sunday, August 18, 2019, at 9:00 am EST, Bees and Trees Founder, Mike Everly, will be interviewed on the by Ed Jones and Dr. Christopher Greene on the Vital Health Radio Show about “Manuka honey: What It Is and How It Is Used.”
Vital Health Radio is a radio show that provides practical health-related news and information in a comforting, convenient and easy to understand. It’s a weekly one-hour radio talk show, hosted by Ed Jones (owner of Nutrition World, Chattanooga) and Dr. Christopher Greene (Board Certified M.D. & Chief of Staff – CHI Memorial Georgia).
Vital Health Radio is all about your health, wellness, mind and body, as well as well-being.
*Go to www.radio.com, click “Listen”, search for “98.1 The Lake”
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