After nearly 40 years on the anchor desk, Larry Stogner has revealed that he is suffering from the incurable and fatal disease: ALS.
Registered dietitian and Growing Bolder’s nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell is getting personal this week to reveal her close family connection to food and disease-prevention and why she thinks food is more powerful than any pills.
Ask Greg Crawford what he did on summer vacation and you’ll get a terrific story about a guy who knew he couldn’t help find a cure for a rare children’s disease in the lab so he created a way he could help — by putting in 8 hours a day on a bike.
One of the nation’s foremost experts on palliative care says end-of-life care is one of the biggest national crises we’re facing today. Find out why he thinks our system is broken and how he would change the way we deal with our final life stage.
She’s known as the Mother of Holistic Medicine and Dr. Gladys McGarey has been making a difference since the 1940s. Now 90, Dr. McGarey says it’s not too late to change the way we approach our own health and what we expect from those who care for us.
By age 16, Leon Fleisher was performing at Carnegie Hall, but then he was struck by a rare disease that robbed him of the use of his right hand. He sought a cure and learned to be a one-handed concert pianist.
They reach out to others about breast cancer, and they’ve also raised millions for the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando. Find out what makes this event so unique and see how much fun making a difference can be.
She says she just wanted to survive — but after battling two potentially deadly diseases, Lois-Ann Gilmore is thriving. She says staying in shape helped her stay in the game, and now she’s smashing records and proving that it’s never too late.
For cancer patients and their families, there’s never been a “support group in a book.” Until now. David Tabatsky’s intensely personal story led him to put together stories of inspiration and motivation.
As a newspaper journalist, Lee Bergquist knows a story when he sees one. And when he decided to get healthy and active in his own life, he found that he’d not only found his second wind, he’d discovered a real scoop.