About Smart Health

Smart Health, WEDU’s three-time Emmy award-winning magazine-style medical series, is an innovative public media project focused on providing the latest medical and health information available to all Floridians. From game-changing research, to cutting-edge technology and timely information designed to provide insight on issues related to health and wellness, Smart Health empowers citizens with the tools and information needed for a healthier life.

Hosted by Angie Moreschi, each 30-minute episode features breakthrough advancements in medicine, healthy aging, innovative treatments and personal triumphs — real life stories that provide practical advice, insight and inspiration.
 

Smart Health Latest Videos

Smart Health | PBS Video

SMART HEALTH is a three-time Emmy award-winning magazine-style medical series produced by WEDU as part of an innovative public media project focused on providing medical and health information to Floridians.

Smart Health | 'Out of the Box' Exercise

We'll explore unique ways to get off the treadmill and into something fun.

Smart Health | 'Locally Grown' Food Movement

Smart Health investigates, is locally grown really healthier for you?

Smart Health | May 2011 Preview

Smart Health - May, 2011 Preview

Smart Health | May 2011

Saving heart attack patients; bioidentical hormones; Kids too sick for the classroom.

Smart Health | April 2011

Are vitamins a waste of time? A gene mutation related to cancer. Boosting self-esteem.

Smart Health | April 2011 Preview

Smart Health - April, 2011 Promotion

Smart Health | July 2008

Shining The Light On Sunscreen

Smart Health | April 2008

April 2008 episode of Smart Health with Angie Moreschi.

Smart Health | March 2008

Marh 2008 episode of Smart Health with Angie Moreschi.

Smart Health | February 2008

February, 2008 episode of Smart Health with Angie Moreschi.

Smart Health | January 2008

January, 2008 episode of Smart Health with Angie Moreschi.

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