Archives: bonnie burman

Creating Community as we Grow Older

They marched for civil rights, partied at Woodstock, and now, ten thousand baby boomers a day are turning sixty-five. We’ll explore how older Americans are finding community, starting with housing that’s less like nursing homes, and more like summer camp. And we’ll learn how new technology and old relationships make for a longer, richer life.

How Music Improves the Aging Mind

Music might be a universal language, but science is just starting to understand its uses as a treatment for memory disorders. Over 5 million Americans suffer from dementia, and this hour we’ll learn about how music can restore not just memory, but a sense of meaning during our final years.

Wellness Wednesday: Lung Cancer, ObamaCare Myths, Fall Prevention

This Wellness Wednesday we’re talking about fall prevention. It’s not about stopping pumpkins, it’s about keeping Ohioans safe, on their feet, and accident-free. We’ll also separate ObamaCare fact from fiction, and take a look at the way genetic tumor testing is revolutionizing the prognosis of lung cancer patients.