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Episode 123 – Matt Gurwell: Beyond Driving With Dignity

Former Ohio state trooper Matt Gurwell talks about his organization Keeping Us Safe and the Beyond Driving With Dignity self-assessment program he created as a proactive measure, after spending years as a trooper delivering bad news to family members about accidents...

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Episode 122 – Peter Rosenberger: Caregiver With Hope

As the Trump administration rolls out its plan to deal with the opioid crisis, author and radio host Peter Rosenberger wants to know why caregivers have not been invited to the table.  Thirty-plus years of handling medications prescribed for his wife’s chronic pain...

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Grown-Up Pains (Rebroadcast)

When her mother was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, 29-year-old writer Melissa Bilchik had to decide whether she too should be tested: there was a 50/50 chance Melissa was carrying the gene for this progressive brain disease.  In today’s show, Melissa talks about...

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Episode 121: Getting Covered

HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM AGEWYZ MEDIA! It’s open enrollment season in the United States, so if you need to sign up for an individual health insurance plan through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace or you want to learn more about Medicare, Medicaid and long-term...

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Episode 120: The Wide Circumference Of Love

Writing “The Wide Circumference of Love” turned best-selling author Marita Golden into an Alzheimer’s activist.  In today’s show she tells us why and about the process of writing her novel, in which the real world impact of Alzheimer’s disease on the African-American...

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Episode 119: The Weight Of Honor

During the making of her documentary film, “The Weight of Honor,” which profiles the caregivers of military veterans, Director/Producer Stephanie Seldin Howard told the production team to put their politics aside: the film was about the caregivers—not the wars in Iraq...

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