Like many fathers, Glenn Fenster wants the best for his son, Nyle. But unlike many fathers, he's embarking on an 8,000-mile bike ride dedicated to his 14-year-old boy.
5 Questions With: Kelly Perkins
Kelly Perkins' life came full circle for her. She's a heart transplant recipient who literally took the high road after her surgery and began climbing mountains to raise awareness of the need for organ donations.
Aging Outside the Box® Syndicated Radio Show
Aging Outside the Box®" Syndicated Radio Show is a Weekly One-Hour LIVE Broadcast with Celebrity Radio Talk Show Host, Shirley W. Mitchell, aired every Thursday night at 2PM-HIST, 3PM-AKST, 4PM-PST, 5PM-MST, 6PM-CST, 7PM-EST & 8PM-AST. The Show features Special Guests and Important Topics like Aging, Baby Boomers, Seniors and Senior Lifestyles, Over 50, Women's and Men's Issues, Health, Diet,...
Walk For T.I.M.E.
It's time to "Think Pink" and what better way to start Breast Cancer Awareness Month than with a walk to save lives? Breast cancer can affect women of all ages or as WPFT says, "This is not just my mother's disease."
He says his purpose in life is to be a battery charger of the human spirit. Find out how he's trying to change 1 million lives to help others find their purpose.
The P Word: Breaking the Silence on Prostate Cancer
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, so where are all the blue ribbons? Cancer survivor and cartoonist Sherman Goodrich is taking an honest, and sometimes funny, look at something few men want to discuss.
Bra-Ha-Ha: Funny Name, Serious Good
Bra-ha-ha is an event that allows breast cancer survivors and supporters to express themselves and even find the humor in breast cancer. See how something so funny can do some serious good.
To prove that arthritis sufferers need to stay moving to keep moving, David Shuey hopped on his bicycle on his 60th birthday and embarked on a 4,000 mile, 70-day journey across the U.S.