​​​​​​​​​​​Looking for a great way to                                                celebrate the beginning of fall                                                         

with cooler temperatures,  

beautiful fall foilage and fresh                                                     air?

​​If so, join us on our Walk of Healing,                                                    in a truly amazing and magnificent park!               

Our next Walk of Healing is scheduled for Saturday, October 20, 2018, 10:30 am the Benjamin Banneker Historic Park - 300 Oella Ave., Catonsville, MD  21228

                                                     (Adults Only!)

We will meet promptly in front of the museum, which is the first building to your right, after entering the park.

If interested in joining us on this Walk of Healing, becoming a volunteer or starting  your own Walk of Healing group, register by visiting:          For more information, call: (443)742-5669 or (410) 404-8026. 

Registration includes a Walk of Healing T-shirt that may be purchased on-line or on-site, the day of the walk.                          
We walk to Reflect, Release and Receive God's Blessings!

​​​Fall’s a lovely season in so much of the U.S. Even when a bike is being ridden for work, autumn colors can offer smiles thanks to their beauty.
Of course “fall”--as in tumble off a bicycle--is not an inviting visual. Fortunately simple tips can help keep you safe:
Make sure the bike’s the right size--If the bike is too large you won’t be able to control it properly. Also make sure the seat is the right size so you feel comfortable.
Be honest about nighttime skills --About 20%                            of bicycle deaths occur between 6 and 9 p.m. so                              if you must ride at night take extra precautions.                                Have a front light and a red back beam.                                        Wear straps that reflect light on sleeves and any caps.
Be careful about carrying things--Off to just a quick ride? A travel belt will allow you to carry a house key, one credit and ID card, maybe even lipstick and mirror. For more, put them into backpacks, or bags that can be strapped down or fit in a handlebar basket. 

For more insights and advice, you can check the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website. Don’t forget to check the Partners in Health & Biz website for regularly updated, timely insights for wellness and health business.



​One of PIH’s September 2018 guests talked eye safety: Dr. Dianna Seldomridge, a clinical ophthalmologist and spokesperson for the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Now that this October is Eye Injury Awareness Week. Here are some quick reminders about why winter sun protection is important for eyes and other organs, plus tips for establishing protection for yourself and loved ones.
Winter Warnings
                      Sunburn can happen--Both spectrums of those              l                    ultraviolet rays we mentioned--UVA and UVB--are                              dangerous and you’re exposed even on cloudy, rainy                 and/or snowy days. It’s not only sun burns; enough                           exposure can lead to skin cancer.
  Itchy, chaffed, skin--OK, so you don’t get burned. Rough winds and other bad weather exposure can make every part of your skin that’s exposed (even around ski goggles) dried out and scratch demanding.
Dangerous eye damage--Think one sunny day can’t hurt your eyes? Think again. That one day exposure can burn the eye part called the cornea, the inner eye’s clear cover-up. Long-term exposure can cause vision-clouding growths called cataracts.
Slips and falls--Of course ice and snow are great “downfalls” in winter. One wrong step and zoom! Down you go.​​


                        Bicycling Built for You                                           Get Ready for Winter - Pt. 1






                              Gail Dixon     &     Wendy Meyeroff



Every 2nd & 3rd Sat. of each month from 9 - 9:30 a.m. with Gail

Every 1st and 3rd Sat. of each month 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. with Wendy

If you have a business and would like to be interviewed on either or both of our radio shows, would like a customized radio commercial for your business, or you need comprehensive writing and/or editing services,visit: or  and contact us.

  The following are a few of the National Health Observances                                            for October 1–31

​Autism Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Down Syndrome Awareness Month

Healthy Lung Month

Lupus Awareness Month

SIDS Awareness Month

​​​​If you have a background and expertise in any of the above topics, please contact: 443-742-5669 to schedule an interview and or a customized radio commercial for your website or commercial radio promotions.