|Show #||Title||Air Date||Description & Related Information|
|2901||Spousal Care Giving||
Ruta Lee has been in over 2,000 film and television productions, starring alongside such greats as Frank Sinatra and Audrey Hepburn. She shares her story with us today on her volunteer work with mental health and her new role as caregiver for her husband, Webb Lowe, who had a stroke.
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|LM2605||To Be Of Service||
Imagine your loved one is fine one day, then is suddenly hospitalized for weeks and needs two years of recovery treatment. It’s happening to around 50,000 people a year in the U.S. alone, including the family of our special guest today, beloved actress Michael Learned who you know from shows like The Waltons, Scrubs, and more. She is joined by her nephew, Andy Kavoian to share the story of his brother, Nathan. Also joining us is Lindy Boone Michaelis, who was a founding member of Ryan’s Reach, a nonprofit designed to help individuals with brain injuries through recovery
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|LM2302||Perfect Harmony – Interview with Ricky Skaggs & Sharon White Skaggs||
He’s won 14 Grammy awards and has been named Male Vocalist and Entertainer of the Year by the Country Music Association. On today’s program we are honored to have country great Ricky Skaggs and his wife, Sharon White Skaggs, member of the Grammy Award-winning and Dove Award-winning group The Whites.Watch Now!
|LM2705||The Family That Creates Together||
What makes for a strong and happy marriage? Actors Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays keep renovating their relationship and home to anchor their nearly three decade long relationship. They share their secrets for creating a tight family unit and strong marriage bond as well as tips to create a home that supports your family.
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|LM2803||Managing Ulcerative Colitis||
It can come on gradually or suddenly. The symptoms can disappear, only to come back months or even years later. It can make you feel tired, nauseous. It can even be painful. I’m talking about ulcerative colitis, and 1.6 million Americans are affected by it.
Our first guest, John York, has starred on General Hospital as Max Scorpio since 1991. He’s also had ulcerative colitis for over 44 years. Our expert guest joining him is Dr. Benedict Garrett. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. He received his medical degree from the UCLA School of Medicine and is currently a member of the Providence St. Joseph Medical Center staff.
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|LM2710||Human Trafficking: The Take Down||
In the past three years of existence, Operation Underground Railroad has rescued over 650 victims and assisted in the arrests of more than 275 traffickers around the world. Founder and CEO, Timothy Ballard; and Director of Aftercare, Jessica Mass are here to share the unique rescue operations that are liberating these children from the sex trade.
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|LM 2801||Auto-Immune Disease||
Our guest today, Andrea Beaman, has appeared with Barbara Walters on “The View.” She’s been on “Dr. Oz.” She’s written four books, and is a passionate holistic health advocate. And she suffers from an auto-immune disease. Also, sharing his personal experience with psoriatic arthritis is Ryan Lee, founder of Rewind Today. They both share how a change in lifestyle and eating healthy improved their symptoms from their auto-immune disease.
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|LM2817||In Sickness and in Health||
To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health. . .that “in sickness and in health” part, most of us don’t really know what that means until it’s tested. To actor, singer and director, Don Most and his beautiful wife, Morgan, that test came in the form of Parkinson’s Disease. They are with us today to share how they faced their battle with Parkinson’s.
Our expert guest, Dr. Mark Lew, the director of Movement Disorders at Keck Medical Center at the University of Southern California, joins us to talk about Parkinson’s Disease. It’s the second-most common, neurodegenerative disorder that we see in the United States second to Alzheimer’s Disease.
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Our guests from Mastering Diabetes, an online group coaching program, are co-founders Dr. Cyrus Khambatta and Robby Barbaro. They teach people all around the world, living with all forms of diabetes on how to reverse insulin resistance by using a low fat, plant-based, whole food diet.
We’ll also be joined by Stephen Wickham, who’ll tell us about a recent study by Yale University on Type 2 diabetes, which has impacted people that he works with in Grundy County. Stephen started a reversing diabetes program in Grundy, Tennessee, which had the highest incidences of diabetes in the state. That program turned around the entire surrounding community, which now has one of the best overall reductions in the prevalence of diabetes in the country that even the CDC has taken notice of these revolutionary results.
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|LM2814||Make a Film Foundation||
Tamika Lamison is the founder and director of Make a Film Foundation. She’s won several fellowships and awards in writing and directing, including the ABC Walt Disney Fellowship in Screen Writing. She’s produced over 100 short documentaries and four award-winning short narrative films. Make a Film Foundation is a nonprofit organization who teams kids with serious or life-threatening medical conditions with noted actors, writers, and directors, who help them create their own short films. We’ll learn more about these incredible kids, see some of their work, and talk to some of the people who help them fulfill their dreams. We are also joined by noted actor and film maker, Bruce Davison with Clay Beabout, Make a Film Foundation recipient.
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