Hubbard Helps Chicago

Hubbard Helps is our locally-produced Public Affairs program that features weekly conversations with Chicago-area officials, experts and organizations all working to make a difference in our community. Hubbard Helps is hosted and produced by Kara Hernandez. Hear it Sunday Mornings at 5:15AM

Latest Episodes

Kisat Diabetes Organization

One in three people are expected to have diabetes by the year 2050. Diabetes is a chronic illness that is not curable but certainly preventable and controllable through education, a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. The Kisat Diabetes Organization (also known as KDO) is on a mission to prevent diabetes and its complications by providing resources for early screening and education. With us this morning to talk more about KDO and the work they are doing for people with diabetes is Nuzhat Chalisa, President and Founder of Kisat Diabetes .

Broadway Youth Center

Broadway Youth Center works to improve the quality of life experienced by youth (ages 12-24) who are LGBTQ+, underserved, and/or experiencing homelessness through the provision of youth-centered integrated healthcare and social services. Broadway Youth Center (otherwise known as BYC) provides basic needs assistance, resource advocacy, mental wellness supports, and education/vocational services. BYC is part of Howard Brown Health, one of the nation’s largest LGBTQ+ organizations. BYC sees anyone, regardless of ability to pay. With us this morning to talk more about BYC and the work they are doing for LGBTQ+ youth is Khelan Todd, the Director of the Broadway Youth Center.

National Headache Foundation

June is migraine and headache awareness month. Migraine is the 2nd most disabling illness in the world and the 3rd most common illness in the world. 1 billion people worldwide are living with migraine disease and headache disorders. Since 1970, the National Headache Foundation has been collecting comprehensive information on migraine disease and headache disorders and connecting patients with treatment options.With us this morning to talk more about the National Headache Foundation and the work they are doing for those who suffer from migraines and headaches is the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Tom Dabertin.

Stroke Awareness Month

Every year, more than 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke. About 185,000 strokes, nearly 1 in 4, are people who have previously had a stroke.Here to talk about the signs of stroke and what steps you can take to prevent a stroke is the Medical Director of the Comprehensive Stroke Center at RUSH University Medical Center, Dr. James Conners.