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Saturday May 26th, 2018 5:31PM

LISTEN: Men don't like to talk about ED, but it could save their lives

By Bill and Joel
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Year in Review: The Afternoon News Wrap takes a look at some notable North Georgia deaths in 2016
As the year winds down and the calendar turns to 2017, the Afternoon News Wrap brought in AccessWDUN Contributing Editor Ken Stanford to discuss a few notable individuals from the North Georgia area that passed away in 2016.
7:30AM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN: Law enforcement reacts to Monday's Lavonia police shooting
Two Lavonia police officers were injured in a shooting Monday evening. GBI special agent Mike Ayers tells of the quick response from local authorities to ensure safety and find the attacker. Also, Baldwin police chief, Charles Webb, expresses the law enforcement community's collective response to attacks on officers and what is being done to maintain morale and safety.
8:50PM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN: How the Affordable Care Act being repealed will impact Georgia senior citizens
With the big changes coming to Washington, it is likely a repeal or modification of the Affordable Care Act is in the works. Max Richtman, CEO of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, explains what Georgia's seniors need to know in the situation of a repeal to insure their access to Medicare, and why a repeal could be detrimental.
5:23PM ( 1 year ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN:Julie Andrews and her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton share their "Attitude of Gratitude"
The Very Fairy Princess is back in "Attitude of Gratitude". Co-authors Julie Andrews and her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton spoke with WDUN's Bill and Joel about this delightful new book for children and what it's like working together.
11:55AM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN: James Rickards talks "The Global Elites' Secret Plan for the Next Financial Crisis"
The global economy has made what seems like an incredible comeback after the financial crisis of 2008. But James Rickards in an appearance on The Bill and Joel Morning Show says there's another one on the horizon that could overwhelm the central banks which he outlines in his book "The Road to Ruin".
11:27AM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN: How to be the perfect pet host this Holiday season
People coming to share the celebration this season? More and more folks are traveling with their pets. Annita Thomas of Travel Bags recently joined WDUN's BIll and Joel to share tips on how to be the perfect pet host.
11:27AM ( 1 year ago )
Morning News with Bill & Joel
Blue pills in Blue House: S. Korea leader explains Viagra
An increasingly strange political scandal surrounding South Korean President Park Geun-hye has left her office defending the purchase of hundreds of erectile dysfunction pills like Viagra
5:33AM ( 1 year ago )
Ben Stiller credits prostate cancer test for saving his life
Ben Stiller has revealed that he battled prostate cancer in 2014, and he credits the test that diagnosed the cancer with saving his life
12:30PM ( 1 year ago )
10 Things to Know for Thursday
10 Things to Know for Thursday
9:02PM ( 1 year ago )
AP Health - Men's Health
LISTEN: Can the Deep State be killed?
Jerome Corsi, author of "Killing the Deep State", talks with Bill and Joel about the nature of the deep state. The CIA, FBI, DOJ, with so much alphabet soup who is really running things? Corsi sorts threw the tangle of bureaucrats for an answer.
By Bill and Joel
3:16PM ( 1 day ago )
LISTEN: Giles Milton reveals some of the untold story of Churchill's ungentlemanly warfare.
Not many have heard of Winston Churchill's top-secret, six-man cohort he hand-picked to sabotage Hitler's War Machine. Now author Giles Milton tells the true story in his book "Churchill's Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare."
By Bill and Joel
3:16PM ( 1 day ago )
LISTEN: Brad Meltzer mixes a mortician at Dover Air Force Base, Harry Houdini, and an Army Artist-in Residence who goes missing
Brad Meltzer celebrates 20 years of great writing with "The Escape Artist". Bill and Joel welcome this best selling author back to the show to discuss his latest thriller and learn something about the men and women who work on our fallen soldiers when their bodies come home.
By Bill and Joel
10:45AM ( 6 days ago )
LISTEN: Why suffer when you don't have to?
Dr. Brent Sharpe talks about female stress incontinence which affects 24% of women 18 to 44 years old. Dr. Sharpe talks about causes and what you can do to remedy this condition.
By Bill and Joel
10:30AM ( 6 days ago )