Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Larry Twersky, CEO of 1-800-SNORING. He shares the hidden dangers of snoring plus how you can identify if you have a problem and what actions you can take to help. (Original air date February 25. 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with talks with Dr. Richard Boulay, Director of GYN Oncology at Lehigh Valley Health Network, along with his wife, Julie Bolton, a leukemia survivor, about the role and challenges of the caregiver when a loved one is diagnosed with cancer. (Original air date January 7, 2013.)
Host Sally Handlon welcomes Dr. Alice Gast, President of Lehigh University, which was recently ranked 38th in the nation by US News & World Reports annual report of national universities which are research institutions that award degrees at every level. She will be discussing the University and its path to the future as well as other aspects of running this higher education business. (Original air date February 21, 2013.)
Host Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP(r) welcomes guest Darla Heivly to the program to discuss care giving and services for loved ones needing assisted living or nursing care. (Original air date February 20, 2013.)
Bathsheba Monk welcomes short-story writer, Stephanie Powell Watts, whose collection of short stories, We Are Taking Only What We Need, is picking up every prize out there including being a finalist in the Pen/Hemingway first book contest and a Pushcart Prize. Dr. Watts, who teaches at Lehigh, was named the “Best Emerging Writer” at the Southern Women Writers Conference and most recently was awarded the Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence given annually to an African-American author for a book of fiction published the previous year.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with poet and workshop facilitator Lisa DeVuono. She believes in writing toward wellness; the idea that writing can give us the creative power we need to find solutions to our problems. (Original air date February 18, 2013.)
The human rights issue of our time is not just the tolerance of gays and lesbians in our society but their acceptance as citizens with all the rights of anyone else. The campaign's pace has accelerated with each new victory. This Valentine's Day it seems appropriate that we explore the progress gays and lesbians have made. Alan Jennings's guests are Liz Bradbury, who is probably the best known activist in the region, and whose efforts go back 30 years, and Adrian Shanker who, in his mid-twenties, is experiencing life far differently than Liz did.
Host Laurie Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP(r), answers listeners tax questions, and review the filing process. She also goes over where to find the tax forms you'll need for this year's returns. (Original air date February 8, 2013.)