WCNY presents season eight of ‘Cycle of Health’ Oct. 5
October 3, 2017
WCNY, Central New York’s flagship public broadcaster, presents season eight of its weekly health television program, “Cycle of Health.”
The season premieres at 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, and airs weekly on WCNY-TV. For viewing information visit wcny.org/wheretowatch. To watch each episode after it airs, visit wcny.org/cycleofhealth.
“Cycle of Health” travels throughout the region to find stories of health and wellness, and cutting edge treatment for the mind and body. The new season focuses stories around the total self, looking at health from four perspectives:
- Lifestyle choices
- Nutrition and menu planning
- Mental health tops and hints
- Fitness training for the whole family
“Cycle of Health” welcomes a new host, Angela Moonan. Moonan grew up onstage as a performer, singing around the world beginning at 17 years old. Transitioning to the business world, she’s spent 30 years in media and marketing, as well as currently owning a business herself. Working with a variety of clientele as a catalyst and advisor to leaders, hospitals, and caregivers, she has experienced the needs that companies and individuals have regarding stress, balance – and most importantly their effects on health.
Rich O’Neill Ph.D. continues as a reporter on the show. He is a Fellow of the American Board of Professional Psychology and a founder of the Institute for Decision Excellence and Leadership at SUNY Upstate Medical University.
“Cycle of Health” is made possible with support from Food Bank of Central New York, Excellus, Prevention Network, and the Central New York Eye and Tissue Bank.
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