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Monday October 15th, 2018 11:33AM

LISTEN: Why suffer when you don't have to?

By Bill and Joel
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Watchdog report: Failed VA leadership put patients at risk
Veterans Affairs chief David Shulkin took no action to fix longstanding problems of dirty syringes and equipment shortages that put patients at risk at a major veterans hospital
10:02AM ( 1 hour ago )
Dying vets cannot use life-ending drugs at many state homes
Life-ending drugs not allowed at government-run homes for veterans in California and others states that that have legalized physician-assisted deaths
2:27AM ( 9 hours ago )
What's fresh at McDonald's? The beef in some burgers
McDonald's is rolling out a big change: Swapping out frozen patties for fresh beef in some burgers
5:50PM ( 17 hours ago )
AP Health
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.
10:45AM ( 47 minutes ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Todd Starnes remembers Billy Graham
Todd Starnes shares his thoughts on the passing of Billy Graham and insights he gained from working with the Graham organization.
11:03AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: God on the Go with Janine Turner
To say Janine Turner is busy is an understatement. With two new books just released and her podcast "God on the Go", Turner has plenty to do and much to say about making life a bit easier in several ways.
11:03AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Meet the man responsible for your guacamole
You may not know the name David Fairchild, but if you like avocados, mangos, or seedless grapes he's the man you should thank. Daniel Stone discusses some of Fairchild's contributions as America's food spy with Bill and Joel from his book "The Food Explorer".
3:57PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Morning News with Bill & Joel
Poland: Abortion rights focus of annual women's rights march
Some 2,000 women with colorful banners have walked through Poland's capital city for an annual Women's Day march in defense of women's rights, including unrestricted right to abortion
1:14PM ( 2 days ago )
Argentina president urges Congress to start abortion debate
Argentina's president says Congress should launch a debate on legalizing abortion
2:21PM ( 5 days ago )
The Latest: Macedonia urges employers to help pregnant women
Macedonia's government has urged employers to exempt pregnant women and people aged over 60 from work for a day due to the freezing conditions.
8:11AM ( 6 days ago )
AP Health - Women's health
Watchdog report: Failed VA leadership put patients at risk
Veterans Affairs chief David Shulkin took no action to fix longstanding problems of dirty syringes and equipment shortages that put patients at risk at a major veterans hospital
10:02AM ( 1 hour ago )
Dying vets cannot use life-ending drugs at many state homes
Life-ending drugs not allowed at government-run homes for veterans in California and others states that that have legalized physician-assisted deaths
2:27AM ( 9 hours ago )
What's fresh at McDonald's? The beef in some burgers
McDonald's is rolling out a big change: Swapping out frozen patties for fresh beef in some burgers
5:50PM ( 17 hours ago )
White House wants user-friendly electronic health records
White House launches initiative on user-friendly electronic health records; Medicare to play major role
3:27PM ( 20 hours ago )
Opioid overdoses in ERs up 30 percent as crisis worsens
Emergency rooms saw a big jump in opioid overdoses last year _ the latest evidence the nation's drug crisis is getting worse.
2:38PM ( 20 hours ago )