Paul Singh, MD, MPH, BS: May 25, 2017

May is Stroke Awareness Month Country’s Highest Death Rates from Stroke are Americans Living in the “Stroke Belt”[1] Paul Singh, MD, MPH, BS Assist. Professor, Neuroendovascular Surgery and Vascular Neurology at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School – Associate Director, The Comprehensive Stroke Center at University Hospital – Co-Director, Primary Stroke Center at Newark Beth Israel […]

Jennifer Williamson & Tom Nelson: May 25, 2017

A SEASON OF HUNGER: PROVIDING RELIABLE ACCESS TO FOOD FOR KIDS DURING SUMMER MONTHS While many of us are prepping grills for the Memorial Day holiday, the end of the school year often means the end of a dependable source of nutrition for millions of kids        Jennifer Williamson Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation, […]

Carrie & David S: May 25, 2017

ON WORLD MS DAY PEOPLE AFFECTED BY MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS) CONNECT THROUGH THE ART OF STORYTELLING  CARRIE S., person with MS & ambassador DAVID S., Carrie’s husband & MS ambassador It’s almost World Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Day, and more than 400,000 Americans are living with this chronic, disabling disease that attacks the central nervous system. […]

Dr. Michael Harrison: May 25, 2017

CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY APPROVED AS INITIAL TREATMENT FOR CERTAIN PEOPLE WITH ADVANCED BLADDER CANCER  ** TECENTRIQ® (ATEZOLIZUMAB) GRANTED ACCELERATED APPROVAL BY FDA **1 Dr. Michael Harrison Duke Cancer Center Bladder cancer is the sixth most common cancer, but until just this past year treatment for the advanced form of the disease – when it has spread […]

Sam’s Corner Archive: May 16, 2017

      May 16, 2017: This week on Sam’s Corner…  CLICK HERE TO     Woman Unwittingly Wears Engagement Ring for a Year READ MORE ABOUT IT Warned he would die by age 10, he just graduated college READ MORE ABOUT IT 10-Year-Old Boy Asks Stepfather to Adopt Him in Viral Video READ MORE ABOUT […]