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.
The Suncoast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has nominated Growing Bolder for two EMMY® Awards, honoring the company’s first documentary Conquering Kilimanjaro, as well as its special series Surviving & Thriving®.
Wendy Chioji wants you to just yes to adventures in life. Don’t just take her word for it. See how she’s living that philosophy in her own life.
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!
Surviving & Thriving host Wendy Chioji is in the midst of a battle against a recurrence of thymic carcinoma. She’s just enrolled in a new cutting-edge clinical trial and she’s sharing an update on how it’s affecting her health and her passions for fitness and travel. It’s an inspirational message of hope and a testament to the power of hope.
It’s hard to say that cancer is ever a good thing but time after time, people say in many ways, it’s actually a blessing in disguise. That was certainly the case for a young boy, whose cancer discovery led to the discovery of a life-threatening heart condition.