Register today to join us by phone for our upcoming Tele-Noon Hour Programs!
On this page you’ll find:
Call-in lectures will begin at 12:30 p.m. on the dates listed. Each will last about an hour and will include time for questions. Participation is free.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 – Colorectal cancer screening and treatment.
Following the death of Black Panther movie star Chadwick Boseman from colorectal cancer, there has been additional media attention to this disease. Colorectal surgeon Gabriel Akopian, MD, will discuss the importance of regular screenings, and share information about available treatments.
If you are interested in receiving a Fit Kit colorectal screening test by mail, please contact Saskia de Koomen, RN, ONN-CG, Navigator for Colorectal, Gynecologic, Head & Neck Oncology at Huntington Cancer Center at (626) 397-2531 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, April 7, 2021 – Hair loss: Hair today and gone tomorrow.
Hair loss may be more than just a cosmetic issue. It can also be a symptom of underlying medical or nutritional problems. Back again by popular demand, this session, led by internist Cindy Carson, MD, will explore the causes of hair loss and potential treatments.
Please reserve a spot at least 1 day in advance by completing the registration form below. You can also reserve a spot by calling our membership line at (626) 397-3147.
Calling into the Virtual Tele-Noon Event
On event day, please join the call no later than 12:25 p.m.
Step 2: Enter passcode 622909 when prompted.
Listen to Past Tele-Noon Hour Events
Heart Health – February 2021
During American Heart Month, cardiologist Evann Eisenberg, MD, will talk about cardiac health and how to prevent heart disease.
Listen to a recording of the February Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.
Medicare Updates for 2021 – January 2021
Stephanie Fajuri Denning, Esq., Senior Program Manager/ Staff Attorney for Center for Health Care Rights, will provide information about Medicare changes for 2021.
Listen to a recording of the January Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.
Family gatherings in the time of COVID-19 – December 2020
December holidays often mean time spent with extended family. Infectious disease specialist Kimberly Shriner, MD,and Pasadena Public Health epidemiologist Matt Feaster, PhD, provide an update on guidelines for social interactions during the coronavirus pandemic.
Listen to a recording of the December Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.
Caring for someone with dementia during the coronavirus pandemic – November 2020
Our November Virtual Tele-Noon event was delivered by Zina Paris, MSW, Director of Clinical Services at Alzheimer’s Los Angeles and she discusses caregiving during COVID-19. Now safety guidelines and restrictions in place due to the coronavirus pandemic have made the role of caregiving even more challenging. A family caregiver also shares her own experience.
Listen to a recording of the November Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.
Maintaining Breast Health for Life – October 2020
Our October Virtual Tele-Noon event was delivered by breast surgeon Jeannie Shen, MD, and radiation oncologist Ruth Williamson, MD, about why it’s important to get screened for breast cancer. You’ll also learn about the latest treatment options.
Listen to a recording of the October Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.
The Latest on Screening and Treatment for Prostate Cancer – September 2020
Our September Virtual Tele-Noon event on Prostate Cancer was delivered by urologist Shahin Chandrasoma, MD. Timed for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Chandrasoma shared the important things you need to know to best manage your prostate health.
Listen to a recording of the September Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.
Update on COVID-19 – August 2020
Our August Virtual Tele-Noon event was delivered by Matt Feaster, PhD, epidemiologist, with the Pasadena Public Health Department. Dr. Feaster provided an update on the department’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and what you can do to stay safe.
Listen to a recording of the August Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.
Resilience and Flexibility in Aging – July 2020
Our July Virtual Tele-Noon Event, Psychologist Michael Barnes, PhD, discusses how resilience and flexibility can help older adults weather the challenges of aging, particularly during the current pandemic.
Listen to a recording of the July Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.
Being on Stroke Awareness Alert – June 2020
Our June Virtual Tele-Noon Event, Arbi Ohanian, MD, medical director of Huntington Hospital Stroke Center, discusses stroke symptoms, risk factors and treatment options. Download the presentation file below so you can follow along as you listen to the event recording.
Listen to a recording of the June Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.
Are We There Yet? Coronavirus Update – May 2020
Our May Tele-Noon event featured Infectious Disease expert Kimberly Shriner, MD, and Pasadena Public Health Department’s Epidemiologist Matt Feaster, Ph.D. provided important information and took pre-submitted questions.
Listen to a recording of the May Tele-Noon Hour program here by clicking play below.