August 2012 Talk Show Highlights
This week’s talk show highlights included plenty of back to school advice as the end of summer starts to creep up. With Labor Day on the horizon, it’s time to think about adjusting to classroom routines and getting up a little earlier. Find out what a pediatrician recommends, check out the latest fashions, and remind your family and friends not to text and drive.
Back To School: Breakfast, Sleep & HPV Vaccine
Kelly Ripa got Back to School advice for kids and parents. Find out the importance of breakfast, how to make the most of your sleep, and why you should consider getting your kids the HPV Vaccine before they head back to class this fall from NYC pediatrician Dr Greg Yapalater.
College Fashions: Preppy, Sporty & Hipster Looks
Kathie Lee & Hoda got the lowdown on back to school fashions for the college set. Check out the outfits they featured from Lands End, H&M, JC Penney and other stores to create popular Preppy, Sporty and Hipster looks when you step back on campus in the coming weeks.
Today Show: Office Appropriate Fashions
Starting a new job this fall or refreshing your office wardrobe? Kathie Lee & Hoda also got a look at some advice about how to make the best impression at the office. Don’t miss these tips about makeup and how your look makes an impression on your co-workers, supervisors and clients. This segment also featured products from Ann Taylor and Aldo.
The Doctors: Texting & Driving Dangers
As we all head back to school or work this fall, texting and driving is an important conversation to revisit. One woman was so afraid of her husband’s driving habits that she turned him in to The Doctors for a Health Scare Experiment. The simulated accident illustrated how serious the consequences can be, including paralysis and death. Will this wake up call change your habits?
Ellen: Justin Timberlake Brain Cancer Fundraiser
Justin Timberlake returned to visit his friend Ellen this week and discuss his recent movie, In Time. During the conversation, they talked about his past growing up with heartthrob Ryan Gosling. Plus, find out about the idea behind The Beauty Book For Brain Cancer, which Justin participated in to raise funds for research.