Here is what you saw on Good Day Alabama for October 31, 2013:
JEH JEH LIVE- The 8th annual eco-creative festival - the Moss Rock Festival - is this weekend at The Preserve in Hoover. You can explore Nature, Eco-Ideas, Art + Design at The Preserve in Hoover. There will be live music, food trucks, an eco district, a cake expo. craft beer tasting, hikes, and smartliving and gluten free features. And there will, of course, be many exhibiting artists with plenty of work to show off and sell! There will be 100 artists inspired by nature, working with natural materials, and utlizing recycling/repurposing of materials and found objects in their work. There is also an educational outreach program called Planet Projects - a school project for creative recycling. For more festival programming details, visit MossRockFestival.com.
PET OF THE WEEK- Megan Wayman from the Shelby County Humane Society introduced us to a pet that needs a new home. His/Her name is Boozer. For adoptions, call (205) 669-3916 extension 22 or visit shelbyhumane.org.
RETT SYNDROM AWARENESS- October is Rett Syndrome Awareness month. Marie Bateh joined us to explain what it is and share her story of starting the SUKI Foundation at Children's of Alabama in honor of her daughter Sarah Katherine, nicknamed Suki. She does hippo therapy on horses for strength and speech therapy using an eye gaze communication device to speak using her eyes since she is non-verbal. Marie tells us about Raise the Roof - an event tomorrow night from 6-10pm at LINC Point (101 Oslo Circle | Birmingham, AL 35211) on the United Cerebral Palsy Campus off Lakeshore. Dr. Alan Percy, a neurologist and Rett Syndrome expert, also joins us. He holds his clinic at UAB Civitan Research Center and travels around the world seeing girls with Rett. Tomorrow's event includes live music, dinner & dessert, complimentary drinks, and a silent auction. Tickets are $50 in advance and $60 at the door. For tickets or more information on Rett , visit www.sukifoundation.org. The Suki Foundation hopes to make a difference in the lives of children, like Suki, as we look for ways to educate the community so that the proper diagnosis can be made and optimal therapies obtained to ultimately find a cure for Rett Syndrome by donating funds to Children's of Alabama. Rett Syndrome is a debilitating neurological disorder that affects 1 in every 10,000 female births across the world. Imagine being a parent who discovers your child is not developing as expected - your daughter quits walking and talking, loses the ability to use her hands, and seems to slip into a silent world of her own. In time, seizures may develop, as well as scoliosis and heart problems.
DR.ASA- Janice talked with Dr. Asa Andrew - known as America's Health and Lifestyle Coach®. He is also a national best-selling author, radio and TV host, and founder of Diagnosis HOPE, a non-profit dedicated to health education and supporting the uninsured. He has dedicated his life to helping others thrive in their health. Today he discusses the top eating tips for the Menopause years. Foods to avoid are spicy foods, alcohol, sugar, caffeine, processed foods. And foods you should increase in your diet include water, fruits and vegetables, Vitamin D3, Iron, Calcium, & Flaxseed. For more information, visit http://www.drasa.com/..
Tomorrow on Good Day Alabama, we take you live to the nation's largest peanut festival! Dothan plays host to the festival this weekend and we check out all the music and fun you'll find there! Jeh Jeh gets us pepped up for Friday night football at our Sideline Pep Rally! Comedian James Gregory joins us live in the studio with a few laughs! Plus we check out all of your business and entertainment headlines! Join us for this and much more tomorrow on Good Day Alabama!
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