As a child, Tanya Tucker knew there was only one thing she’d ever want to do in life — perform. By 13, her song “Delta Dawn” was a huge hit. She explains how she survived the professional and personal highs and lows to come out better than ever.
Songs about dogs? Credit cards? Raising a child? Mickey Carroll has quite a unique approach to music these days. Back in the 1950s when he released his first record, being a star was all about ego. Now, he’s found a more rewarding definition. (Click here to watch the video version of this story)
One moment, Ava Kaufman was a top dancer, performing on the world’s best stages. The next, Ava suddenly found herself in the hospital, awaiting a heart transplant. Learn how she’s now making a difference and educating others about organ donations.
For many, growing older is a tough concept to wrap their brains around and even tougher to acknowledge will someday happen to them. But geriatric psychiatrist Marc Agronin, M.D. is tackling the issue head on with his new book, “How We Age.”
Janet Oberholtzer and her family sold their family business and set out for the adventure of a lifetime — a cross-country trip in an RV. Just six months into the trip, Janet was fighting for her life. See how she learned to live again.