Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
6:20- Dr. Paul Skolnik, chair of the Department of Medicine at UConn Health and an infectious disease specialist, will share the latest news on Ebola, what it is, should we really be worried.
7:20- John McKinney, Running for Gov of CT, is here to explain his platform and plans.
8:20- Jeff Blyskal, Senior Editor, Consumer Reports, is on the air to discuss Mobile Wallets. If you’re tired of carrying around an over-stuffed wallet, there are mobile versions available that will allow you to pay for your purchases. You’ll need to download an app and input your credit, debit, and prepaid card details – and when you do you’ll be able to pay by holding your phone over a credit-card terminal at the register. Consumer Reports put three mobile wallets to the test; senior editor Jeff Blyskal joins us with the results.
8:50- Sue Gebo, registered Dietician, and serves as assistant professor in residence for the UConn Medical School as faculty for the UConn-St. Francis Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, where she provides nutrition training to family medicine physicians as well as to medical students. New federal rules defining the use of the term “gluten free” on packaged foods take effect today. The rules are intended to help the 3 million Americans — a little less than 1% of the population — who have celiac disease.
All this, plus Weather and Traffic on the 8′s, Scott Gray’s Sports Commentary and much more. Tune in to WTIC NewsTalk 1080 or Click Here to listen online. And while you’re at it, catch up on Ray Dunaway’s new daily blog HERE.