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Thursday, October 28th

1:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Caregiving Through Alzheimer's Disease

5.7 million people are living with Alzheimer's disease today. Caring for a family member with Alzheimer's is a cause for stress, exhaustion, depression, caregiver burnout, and other health problems for the caregiver. Our three guests share the journeys they have lived while caring for their loved ones.

Saturday, November 13th

6:00am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Drug Overdose

Only two months since their son Patrick died of a heroin overdose, Mary and Joe Mullin courageously share their story with viewers. They tell their very personal experience of Patrick's decline into opioid use, and then heroin addiction and treatment. They talk about Patrick's ups and downs, and his relapses. The panel of experts discusses the drug epidemic in the U.S., and offer solid, timely information about prevention and treatment.

11:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Drug Overdose

Only two months since their son Patrick died of a heroin overdose, Mary and Joe Mullin courageously share their story with viewers. They tell their very personal experience of Patrick's decline into opioid use, and then heroin addiction and treatment. They talk about Patrick's ups and downs, and his relapses. The panel of experts discusses the drug epidemic in the U.S., and offer solid, timely information about prevention and treatment.

Thursday, November 18th

1:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Drug Overdose

Only two months since their son Patrick died of a heroin overdose, Mary and Joe Mullin courageously share their story with viewers. They tell their very personal experience of Patrick's decline into opioid use, and then heroin addiction and treatment. They talk about Patrick's ups and downs, and his relapses. The panel of experts discusses the drug epidemic in the U.S., and offer solid, timely information about prevention and treatment.

Saturday, November 20th

6:00am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Head & Neck Cancer

As an incredibly fit triathlete, Lou Iovoli was shocked to hear that he had a late-stage cancer that could possibly kill him. As Lou and his own doctor share the story of the drastic measures they took to treat him, they give hope to those diagnosed with this disease that is often disfiguring, devastating, and deadly.

11:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Head & Neck Cancer

As an incredibly fit triathlete, Lou Iovoli was shocked to hear that he had a late-stage cancer that could possibly kill him. As Lou and his own doctor share the story of the drastic measures they took to treat him, they give hope to those diagnosed with this disease that is often disfiguring, devastating, and deadly.

Thursday, November 25th

1:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Head & Neck Cancer

As an incredibly fit triathlete, Lou Iovoli was shocked to hear that he had a late-stage cancer that could possibly kill him. As Lou and his own doctor share the story of the drastic measures they took to treat him, they give hope to those diagnosed with this disease that is often disfiguring, devastating, and deadly.

Saturday, November 27th

6:00am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Type I Diabetes

At nine years old, Liam McCammon was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Together with his mom Linda Moroney, they share his story of how he lives with the disease and how new technology helps him lead a life as any other 11-year old. Experts discuss how groundbreaking research is making the lives of children with Type I Diabetes, and their parents, better than ever before.

11:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
Widescreen

Type I Diabetes

At nine years old, Liam McCammon was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Together with his mom Linda Moroney, they share his story of how he lives with the disease and how new technology helps him lead a life as any other 11-year old. Experts discuss how groundbreaking research is making the lives of children with Type I Diabetes, and their parents, better than ever before.