Naomi Judd (Does She Had Parkinson’s Disease?)

FOR MORE THAN 25 YEARS, NAOMI JUDD HAS BEEN A BELOVED PERSONALITY IN THE COUNTRY MUSIC WORLD. A SIX-TIME GRAMMY-AWARD-WINNING SONGWRITER AND HALF OF THE FAMOUS JUDDS DUO ALONG WITH HER DAUGHTER WYNONNA, THE PETITE MOTHER OF “WY” AND ASHLEY HAS ATTRACTED MILLIONS OF LOYAL FANS WITH HER MUSICAL TALENT, QUICK LAUGH AND UNASSUMING HUMOR. ON THE … Read more

Lisa Niemi Swayze Talks About Caregiving in the Public Eye

Lisa Niemi Swayze Talks About Caregiving in the Public Eye

Lisa Niemi Swayze talks about caregiving in the public eye. Patrick Swayze was an image of vitality for most people, bursting into the public eye with iconic performances in movies like The Outsiders, Ghost, and Dirty Dancing. And for more than 34 years, Lisa Niemi Swayze was by his side — first as a girlfriend, then as a wife, and finally, … Read more

Leeza Gibbons on Caregiving

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She’s a well-known television personality, new Rose Bowl Parade host, and an Emmy award winner, but Leeza Gibbons’ non-entertainment roles have introduced her to an entirely different audience of fans. As the founder of the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation, Leeza’s Place, and Leeza’s Care Connection, Gibbons has created a support network and programs for caregivers … Read more

Lee Woodruff

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It is one of the most compelling stories to come out of the Iraq war, one that millions of television viewers around the world watched unfold on January 29, 2006. On that day, ABC journalist Bob Woodruff was reporting from Baghdad when an IED (improvised explosive device) exploded less than 20 yards from the tank in which he … Read more

Nick Cannon and Lupus

Nick Cannon and Lupus

Nick Cannon on Lupus, Learning and Life in the Spotlight Nick Cannon is calling after finishing up his classes for the day, squeezing in an interview as he makes his way to the airport and his next appointment. Well known in numerous entertainment circles as a musician, comedian, television/radio personality, actor, screenwriter and record producer, … Read more

Dara Torres

Dara Torres

“Age is just a number”—and no one demonstrates that more than 12-time Olympic medalist Dara Torres, who has spent decades proving the adage that eventually became the title of her 2009 inspirational memoir about fitness, aging and pursuing dreams. Described by many as the fastest female swimmer in America, Torres began competing in the Olympics in … Read more

Scott Hamilton

Scott Hamilton

Scott Hamilton: Always Winning, a Lifetime Overcoming The homepage for Scott Hamilton’s website features one simple line of text: “The only disability in life is a bad attitude.” This is a fitting introduction to one of the world’s most recognized male figure skaters and media personalities. Since winning Olympic gold in 1984, Hamilton has won 70 titles, … Read more

Senator Tammy Duckworth

Senator Tammy Duckworth

Earlier this year, Senator Tammy Duckworth was front and center in the public eye during the Congressional budget debate, challenging President Trump to “stop baiting Kim Jong Un into a war that could put 85,000 American troops, and millions of innocent civilians, in danger.” During her address on the Senate floor, Senator Duckworth reminded her colleagues of … Read more

King Henry VIII and chronic pain

Let’s suppose you know little about British history and couldn’t explain the difference, say, between a Tudor and a Windsor or an Edwardian and an Elizabethan. Even so, you undoubtedly know a little bit about King Henry VIII—for instance, that he was infamous for his bad temper. (He’s the monarch who had two of his … Read more