About Stowe

Since 2010 Allen Stowe II has been living a dream he never knew he had by being a multi-media professional. Allen has gained a plethora of experience in broadcasting and media including, radio, television, marketing, even being a director at a trade school teaching and leading aspiring journalists, broadcasters, and media professionals. Allen is a Columbus, Ohio native that believes you can be whatever you want to be from anywhere in the world. Growing as a professional and gaining experiences in life, Allen began publishing his own books including; ‘What Were You Thinking?: The Guide to Becoming a New Thinker, Sermons for the Struggle, plus more. Allen is looking to inspire the next person that is paying attention to become the best version of themselves that they can. He firmly stands behind the principle and lifestyle of inspiration and education through creative media platforms. Being an on-air talent for Joy 107.1 is something that is a full circle accomplishment for Allen because as a child he listened to the same station just a different frequency. You can find out more about Allen by listening to Joy 107.1 or on his site, www.theallenstowe.com

Health

Colon cancer is the third most common diagnosed cancer as well as the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in both men and women in the United States. Additionally, African-Americans are about 20% more likely to get colorectal cancer and about 40% more likely to die from it than other ethnic groups. In today’s episode, […]

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Although it is a standard part of every routine doctor’s visit, checking your blood pressure is more important than you may realize. An abnormal blood pressure can lead to a variety of medical issues such as losing consciousness or even stoke.     In today’s episode, Matty talks with Dr. Chelsea Wright about the importance of […]

WellBeing Wednesdays

Research has shown that diabetes disproportionately high rates of diabetes are found among minority communities such as Hispanic (15.5%) and Black (17.4%) adults. Minority communities also face many barriers when it comes to getting medical care, leading to higher rates of hospitalizations and death due to diabetes. In today’s episode, Matty talks with Dr. Ruba […]

WellBeing Wednesdays

Baby Boomers, particularly those aged 50 and above, face significant struggles with quitting smoking due to long-term dependence, social acceptance during their younger years, and stress triggers. Areas like Cleveland, Lorain, Geauga, Lake, and Cuyahoga Counties are lacking adequate cessation programs. MetroHealth’s Nicotine Dependency Prevention and Treatment Program is unique with its personalized, multi-faceted approach, […]

WellBeing Wednesdays

Your family health history is like a roadmap to your future well-being. It reveals crucial information about the genetic predispositions and hereditary conditions that can affect you and your descendants. Learning about your family’s health history can help you and your healthcare providers make informed decisions about your health, including early detection and prevention of […]

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CLEVELAND….ITS THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN…..Z107.9  AND DJ STEPH FLOSS PRESENTS THE 11TH ANNUAL “A GOOD THANKSGIVING TURKEY GIVEAWAY”. JOIN US SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18TH STARTING AT 10:00A AT CLEVELAND COLLEGE PREP ON FLEET AVE AND THEN AT 2PM AT WHITNEY YOUNG SCHOOL ON HARVARD AVE … WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY OVER 1,000 TURKEYS OVER […]

WellBeing Wednesdays

  Taking care of your mental health isn’t just a young person’s issue. About one in four older adults experience some mental issue, such as depression, anxiety, or dementia according to the World Health Organization. Additionally, people aged 85 and older have the highest suicide rate of any age group, making their mental health care […]

WellBeing Wednesdays

Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among women in the United States and is the second leading cause of death from cancer among women. Although the overall incidence of breast cancer is highest in white women, black women have the highest rate of death from breast cancer, followed by Latina women.   In […]

WellBeing Wednesdays

Trauma refers to a circumstance in which your sense of safety was jeopardized in some manner, either directly or indirectly. Although trauma is typically a result of impactful, life-altering incidents, it can also stem from the cumulative impact of everyday stressors, such as racial discrimination and other forms of bias. Trauma-informed care encompasses a range […]

WellBeing Wednesdays

The first Multicultural Women’s Health Fair & Empowerment Expo, presented by MetroHealth and the Vernon Family Foundation, is coming to Cleveland on September 30. MetroHealth President and CEO Dr. Airica Steed tells us why MetroHealth is choosing to focus on women’s health. To register, visit https://www.metrohealth.org/womens-health-expo.