Hi! I'm Robin Stoloff and I am here to bring you not only Health Updates but also a new program called Living Well with Robin Stoloff! You can hear it Sundays from 9-11 am on Lite Rock 96.9. I was the host and producer of the longest-running health series in New Jersey – the award-winning Health Update which aired on NBC 40 for almost 30 years. I am a certified fitness instructor, a former fitness competitor, and I have produced my own workout video on the beaches of Atlantic City called Rock Hard With Robin which I did to help encourage an active lifestyle. I also write a health column in the South Jersey magazine, New Jersey Lifestyle. Originally from the Philadelphia area, I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from Villanova University, where I graduated cum laude. My personal and professional mission is to empower others with health information to help them live a longer, healthier life. I live in Atlantic County with my husband, attorney Richard Stoloff and our two children.
The 20-20-20 Rule To Prevent Eye Strain
Many of our jobs require us to constantly stare at a computer or phone screen for long periods of time, which can put a strain on our eyes.
5 Health Benefits of Love
Love not only feels good, it can also be great for our health. How does love help thee? Let us count the ways.
February 14th is National Donor Day
National Donor Day was created in 1998 and focuses on the five types of donations: organs, tissues, marrow, platelets, and blood.
The Surprising Ways Red Wine is Good For Your Health
This Valentine’s day, when you make a toast, try to do it with a glass of red wine since it can actually be good for your heart.
Huge Spike In Accidents For Towns With a Team In the Super Bowl
Super Bowl Sunday has become one of the most dangerous days on our roadways because of fatal car accidents caused by impaired drivers. Here's how to protect yourself.
Why Being an Eagles Fan Is Good For Your Health
If being a sports fan is good for your emotional well-being, then for us Eagles fans, we must be pretty darn healthy right now.
National Wear Red Day! Go Red For Women!
Get your red on this Friday February 2nd for National Wear Red Day to support Go Red for Women, an initiative by The American Heart Association to increase awareness and prevent heart disease and stroke in women.
5 Tips to Manage Portion Control
In our supersized society, more Americans are obese or overweight than ever before. While we know what we eat makes a difference, we also need to focus on how much we eat.
Why You Need to Check Your Home for Radon
January is National Radon Action Month. During this month, the EPA encourages all of us to get our homes tested.
Are You Ready for The Next Winter Storm?
Winter storm preparedness is so much more than just buying milk and eggs. We have these five helpful tips from the American Red Cross of New Jersey.