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Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Martin Henderson Interview

Martin Henderson sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about his character as the new doctor on the ABC series, “Grey’s Anatomy,” as well as his new movie, “Miracles from Heaven,” which hits theaters March 16th. “Miracles from Heaven” is based on a true story and Martin describes that it isn’t based on one giant miracle, but several tiny everyday miracles. The actor warns viewers at home to bring Kleenex to the theaters because you will definitely shed a few tears during the film.


Chef Lorraine Pascale Cooks

The celebrity chef is in the Home & Family kitchen preparing mouth-watering cookies and cream fudge brownies. Lorraine also opens up about her life as a former supermodel turned pastry chef. Before landing her dream job as a pastry chef, Lorraine tried her hand as an interior decorator and car mechanic. While making her brownies, she says you can substitute toasted walnuts, pecans or even honeycomb for the Oreos.

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How to De-Stress at Work

Kym Douglas has some tips on how to de-stress from work, especially after a recent study says 48% of Americans say their stress has increased since 2011. She introduces Home & Family to de-stressing products like a punching ball and ball chair. Even an inflatable bath tub can add to your relaxation!

Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com


DIY Decorative Spring Votive

Tanya Memme gets you ready for spring by showing you how to make decorative votives to add to your home decor. She calls this DIY one of the closest to her heart because it was her first adventure into crafting. Each votive brings a special memory to Tanya. She warns you to not put too much glue on your votive in order to avoid messes. This final cost on this DIY is only $10-$15.

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Get more from Tanya at TanyaMemme.com


Keesha Sharp Interview

The actress talks about her role as Dale Cochrane in the FX mini-series, “The People vs. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story.” She tells Mark and Cristina that she was not allowed to meet Dale because producers were afraid it would mess with her idea of how the character should be portrayed. When it comes to acting, Keesha has a dream of playing a superhero. In real life, Keesha has been married for 18 years and has an 11-year-old son Brad who joins the interview! Together they demonstrate their favorite workout, Krav Maga.

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Zuri Hall Interview

The E! News correspondent talks to Mark and Cristina about landing her dream job at the network as part of a contest. Zuri admits she loves getting weird on air, but Mark assures her that she comes across as very comfortable. Another passion of Zuri’s is following fun trends, so she introduces Home & Family to a variety of spring trends she is finding, from chokers to bold lip colors.

Follow Zuri on Twitter @ZuriHall


No Bake Protein Bars

Cristina is back in the kitchen making protein bars with the help of WellNx SlimQuick Pure Protein. She points out that women should have 46 grams of protein daily and these bars are a delicious way of getting those grams. After making the mixture, she recommends you refrigerate it for at least 3-4 hours before cutting them into bars to serve. The bars can remain covered for up to one week while in the refrigerator before serving.

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Scoliosis in Children

Dr. JJ talks to Home & Family about the types of Scoliosis, which is a sideways curvature of the spine. Signs of scoliosis includes curve in spine, uneven shoulders, uneven hips and leaning to one side. It is hard to detect at an early age and usually sets in when a child hits puberty and a growth spurt. She recommends girls being screened for scoliosis at the age of 10 and 12, while boys should get screened at 12 and 13.

Get more from Dr. JJ at CallingDoctorJJ.com


DIY Napkin Rings

Paige Hemmis is in the craft room showing you how to make your very own napkin rings. All the materials needed for this DIY can be found at your local craft store. When it comes to decorating your napkin rings, you can use any stone or gem you want. This entire DIY will cost you a total of ten dollars!

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Get more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com