One of the nation’s first facilities offering wellness, medical and fitness programs and services — all under one roof — is coming soon to Winter Park, Florida. See how it will forever change the way people in the community and beyond access life-saving and life-changing resources.
In this episode of Surviving & Thriving, meet a couple who both exhibited dementia-like symptoms and feared the worst. But hope was available. Plus, a former NFL great battles to save his leg.
Judson and Barbara Stryker thought they’d been through it all after 54 years of marriage. They never expected they’d both suffer from the same, unusual neurological condition that frequently is misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Kimberly Ward lived with a hole in her heart for 40 years, never realizing it was there until it was almost too late. Find out the surprising way she discovered the issue and what she wants you to know about heart health.
An alarming number of men are being diagnosed with a symptomless cancer, and you’ll never believe what it’s been liked to: sex. Find out what you need to know about preventing, diagnosing and treating this cancer.
Just as he was about to achieve his dream of becoming a police officer, Richard Belanger suffered three heart attacks — in the same day.
In this episode of “Surviving & Thriving,” Jane Pauley reveals how she picked up the pieces when she thought her lifelong career was over. Plus, meet a man who survived three massive heart attacks — in one day!
In this episode of Surviving & Thriving, two stroke survivors show recovery is possible. Plus, meet a three-sport, straight-A student who battled back from a brain tumor to get back into the game.
Madison Blackmon was a 14-year-old straight-A student and three-sport athlete when she began having what she thought were anxiety attacks. Seizures soon followed and an MRI revealed a brain tumor. See how her doctors not only took on the tumors, they vowed to preserve her beautiful mind.
In this episode of “Surviving & Thriving,” meet a woman who lost more than 300 pounds — without surgery — and a woman who was on her deathbed until a stranger stepped in to help from across the country.