How prepared are you - and your loved ones - for the inevitable end of your life? Guests Patti Urban and Lynn McPhelimy to help us shed light and start the conversation to a very necessary, yet not often talked about subject: the End of Life. Learn how to put your house in order from the physical to the financial, and find resources for End of Life care.
Our own Nicky Tomboulides opens up at last about the shocking ordeal of her father's tragic death - or was it murder? - in Athens, Greece in 2000. This family story rivals anything you've seen dramatized on TV - and it's real.
Who lives the longest, and how do they do it? Our guest is Dr. Michele Suhie- is the medical laboratory scientist and coordinator of the Geriatric Health and Wellness Program at Sacred Heart University. Dr. Suhie teaches courses at SHU in aging, health and disease. "The Blue Zones" teaches us about 9 Lessons for Living Longer from the people who've lived the longest
March is Women's Month. We speak with two women who work to empower others - through the Mercy Learning Center in Bridgeport and My Sister's Place in Hartford. Amazing stories of support, empowerment, and triumph - that continues to pay it forward to empower families and communities.
The Life Talk Show sheds some light into addiction, prevention and effective treatments. Our guests are Dr. Marina Picciotto, Dr. Carlton Erickson and Marie (a parent with a child in rehab for heroin addiction)
Dr. Carlton Erickson is the author of “The Science of Addiction: from Neurobiology to Treatment”, and Co-author: “Drugs, The Brain, and Behavior”
Dr. Marina Picciotto is the Charles B.G. Murphy Professor of
Psyychiatry and professor of Neurobiology and Pharmacology at Yale University.
Randye, Nicky and Diana's special guest is one of America’s music legends – Peter Yarrow of the beloved trio- Peter, Paul & Mary. We talk
with Peter how the power of music can bring about both healing and social change.