Obstructive sleep apnea is the most commonly diagnosed sleep disorder among American senior citizens; Dr. Soden explores the various causes of the disorder, how it is diagnosed and the treatment options that are available to patients.
Licensed physician and host Dr. Kevin Soden takes the opportunity to review some innovative ways to stay on top of getting the latest health care information; make sure you're up-to-date with recent medical advances that might impact your health.
Taste of HistoryBetsy Ross Sews a Legend
Ironically, there were very few rules for how the US Flag should look until the 20th century! Learn why in this episode, as Chef Staib prepares Lobster and Corn Fritters and Baked Veal Chops with Braised Artichokes in Betsy’s honor.
Taste of HistoryBreeding 18th Century Animals
Modern farming techniques have plumped animals up but an effort is underway at Colonial Williamsburg to get back to original breeds. In this episode, Chef Staib cooks at Harriton House, preparing Beef Barley Soup, Pork Ragoût and Sally Lunn Dumplings.
Victory GardenUrban Gardens
Tune-in to The Victory Garden as Michael Weishan shares his best tips for planning an urban garden that will spruce up even the smallest of spaces.
Victory GardenHerb Gardens
Michael Weishan will give viewers the scoop on this year's search for America's Most Beautiful Herb Garden.
Growing BolderInspirational Stories to Survival
Our own Secily Wilson shares the scary but inspirational journey back from an on-air stroke. Plus, the rough and tough world of stock car racing gets a makeover -- on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Growing BolderTransformed Through Transformers
A man who has transformed himself through transformers, and what a community did to help a man in need by moving forward to give back. On this episode of Growing Bolder.
Home Again with Bob VilaCladding, Insulating, and Zoning for an Affordable Home
Bob is back in Mashpee, Massachusetts where he meets developer Joe Valle, the chair of the Mashpee Zoning Board of Appeals. They review how Act 40B benefited the community and the developer through creative zoning relief.