Robert Masson, M.D., of the NeuroSpine Institute, explains how smart choices can protect and preserve your body for life. Find out how to honor and enjoy our bodies and make them last a lifetime.
Globally renowned neurosurgeon Robert Masson, M.D., says even if vigorous activity leads to the occasional injury, it’s the most important thing you can do to ensure a long, healthy life. Find out why.
As a patient advocate, Dr. Robert Masson strongly encourages patients to get more involved, more aware and more active in ensuring their insurance provides them access to the best care possible. Get his tips.
Produced by Bolder Broadcasting, Inc. and hosted by three-time cancer survivor Wendy Chioji, the Emmy-nominated “Surviving & Thriving” empowers and inspires viewers of all ages.
Growing Bolder contributor and Surviving & Thriving host Wendy Chioji is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, an adventurer racer, a world traveler, and a two-time cancer survivor in the midst of another battle against the disease. Yet it hasn’t stopped her from living life boldly. Find out why she calls worrying “wasted energy.”
Donna Dowless is an artist as well as Orlando’s Official Ambassador of Love, appointed to the position by Mayor Buddy Dyer in 2007. In the aftermath of Pulse nightclub tragedy, Donna’s love has never been more needed and more appreciated than it is now.
NFL great Reggie Williams built a career on overcoming long odds and his retirement from football has been one major health challenge after another. But he’s still here, still fighting and gathering the strength for what may be his biggest challenge yet.
In this episode of “Surviving & Thriving,” meet a man who survived the seemingly unsurvivable. Find out why he credits rock and roll with saving his life. Plus, former co-anchors Wendy Chioji and Jim Payne reunite to discuss Wendy’s life after TV news and the lessons learned from her latest bout with cancer.
For her entire career, Wendy Chioji has been defying the odds. Those lessons have never been more important than now, as she battles a rare form of cancer with few treatment options. She shares what she’s learned about the life-changing power of defying the odds and never, ever giving up.
For the first time in nearly a decade, former co-anchors Jim Payne and Wendy Chioji are together again. To kick off their reunion, Jim asked if he could ask Wendy some candid, personal questions about her ongoing battle with a rare form of cancer. She said, “Why not?”