Gordon Javna joined Bill and Joel to talk about "Life's a Joke", a book he co-wrote with his brother John. The Javna brothers use humor to teach some valuable lessons. The jokes are funny and the lessons are quite useable.
Coming home for the holidays should be a time of joy for returning military veterans, but many vest suffer from physical and emotional problems at a much greater rate than the general population. This often makes for a less than happy homecoming. Karen Cierazan of Cigna and Allison Jaslow, a vet and Executive Director of the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, offer insight into this situation. If you're a vet seeing support, the IAVA support line is free and open 24/7/365 at 885-244-6211.
Chris Harris, writer and executive producer for "How I Met Your Mother", talks about his latest work "I'm Just No Good At Rhyming". It's his debut children's book chocked full of amusing and silly poems he originally wrote for his own children.
Most kidney cancers are found by accident while doing imaging for another aliment. But found early enough, the survival rate is high. Dr. Brent Sharpe talks about diagnosis and treatment with WDUN's Bill and Joel. They learned a lot and you will too.
Italy's Senate has passed a law allowing Italians to write living wills and refuse artificial nutrition and hydration, the latest step in Catholic Italy's long-running debate over euthanasia and end-of-life issues