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Since 1998 Bob Gourley has been exploring "the issues that affect all of us" with an outstanding list of guests each week. The fast-paced half hour is syndicated throughout the United States. 

Nov 23, 2020

(#20-48-Nov. 23-Nov. 29) Today Show Financial Editor Jean Chatsky discusses Medicare options. Dr. Kimberly Berens details why students fail. Dr. Satjit Bhusri details Diabetes symptoms. 


Nov 16, 2020

(#20-47-Nov. 16-Nov. 22) Neil Romano discusses 30 years the ADA. Dr. Patrick Porter gives some tips for seniors to keep brains active and two guests on ovarian cancer. 


Nov 10, 2020

(#20-46-Nov. 9-Nov. 15) Dr. Christine Lovely talks about why there have been less cancer cases diagnosed during the pandemic. Andrew Parker will detail a new way to seniors to be less isolated and Dr. Karl Kern on heart health. 


Nov 2, 2020

(#20-45-Nov. 2-Nov. 8) Richard Levine discusses his book on the emergence of China. Nathaniel Turner talks about how to get young students interested in STEM, and Darris Cooper on dog training during coronavirus. 


Oct 26, 2020

(#20-44-Oct. 26-Nov.10 David Ribeiro details America's most energy efficient cities. Dr. Cornelius Grove comments on why some Asian students are better prepared for school and Stacey Miller on how to stop bullying.