The program addresses those issues in history which happened before, but now seem forgotten by our present generation. We should understand the issues in our country’s history.
“Dr. Allen Lycka was diagnosed with a disease, and the doctor told him he had six months to live. He felt hopeless, but later he composed himself and got the right diagnosis. He lives up to now. Harriet Tinka was stabbed by a…
Dr. Andy Bomback discusses the significance of the book title, the many different challenges of parenting in today’s society, the competition facing parents, and when and how parenting became a verb!
Podcasting is an adventure on what information you want to discuss for your Podcast. It could be for a business, author, or Chef. The world is open to what you have to offer to them.
Betsy also discussed being resilient when facing obstacles and not giving up! Betsy Cerulo wrote this book to inspire others and hopefully, people will think about being more receptive to the LGBT community!
“These patient groups were long ignored by a pharmaceutical industry that judged them too small to provide a return on the investment needed to develop an effective remedy. Yet these “orphaned” diseases collectively caused misery and expense, often far greater than did more…
Is Alzheimer’s disease terminal? How can I improve the life of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease?
According to a recent report by Alzheimer’s Disease International, an estimated 50 million people are living with dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are progressive (which means it will get worse over time) and life-shortening
Maybe not this year, but eventually things will turn around.
The topics covered in the interview include tips for dealing with Alzheimer’s, the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, and whether Alzheimer’s is hereditary or not.
“From Abe Lincoln and George Harrison to Shirley Temple and Marilyn Monroe, these are just a few of the dead celebrities and famous historical figures that Lisa Najjar channels in this compelling collection of messages.”