A Woman’s View with Amanda Dickson – 9.1.19

September 1st, 2019|In The News|0 Comments

Action Utah Executive Director Andrea Himoff joined Amanda Dickson on September 1, 2019, on her show A Woman’s View on KSL News radio for a fascinating conversation with other guests Emily Howard and Shauna Cheshire.

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How do we address the growing crisis of vaping?

The risks around vaping are increasing. It seems that every day we have cases of another young person admitted to the hospital with a severe issue related to vaping. The city of Milwaukee went so far as to urge its residents to stop vaping. How do we handle this challenge? KSL Newsradio’s Amanda Dickson asks her panel on A Woman’s View.  Amanda’s guests this week include Emily Howard, Unishippers Franchise Owner, Andrea Himoff, Co-founder of Action Utah, and Shauna Cheshire with the Utah Fetal Center at Primary Children’s Hospital.

Why don’t America’s kids participate in sports like they used to?

Why aren’t America’s kids participating in sports like they used to? Is it the cost? Is it video games? Is it other interests? Utah’s numbers haven’t gone down as much, but that may be due to the sheer higher number of kids. KSL Newsradio’s Amanda Dickson talks about this topic with her guests, all moms, on this week Woman’s View.  Amanda’s guests this week include Andrea Himoff, co-founder of Action Utah, Emily Howard, Unishippers Franchise Owner and Shauna Cheshire who works with the Utah Fetal Center at Primary Children’s Hospital.

What are your takeaways from the summer of 2019?

On this Labor Day weekend, KSL Newsradio’s Amanda Dickson asks her panel what they take away from the summer of 2019. It seems to Amanda like the summer started 5 minutes ago, and here it is – September. The panel talks about their summer and what they’ll remember.  Amanda’s guests this week include Andrea Himoff, co-founder of Action Utah, Emily Howard, Unishippers Franchise Owner and Shauna Cheshire who works with the Utah Fetal Center at Primary Children’s Hospital.

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