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Episode 12 - Originally Aired: 5/25/2014
Dental Health Vans, Dining at Historic Hotel Bethlehem, Alliance on Aging
Learn about an important community initiative offering commonly neglected healthcare to those in need… join us as we dine with history… and find out about services supporting the healthy aging of older adults.

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St. Luke's Dental Vans
Dental health is more important than just a pretty smile! Wayne Saunders, DMD, from St. Luke's University Health Network, joins us to discuss the importance of good oral health and the hospital's community program providing dental care to those in need.
Eating History - Hotel Bethlehem
Looking for a different kind of dining experience? Look no further than the Historic Hotel Bethlehem, where delicious meals are always served with a side of history!
United Way: Older Adults
United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley's Alliance on Aging offers supportive services and programs for older adults, ensuring that their existing needs and emerging necessities are maintained to sustain their healthy aging.
Episode 11 - Originally Aired: 5/18/2014
Med School Simulation, Lehigh Valley Style, The Coco Foundation
Learn how simulated medical training is making a difference in preparing new doctors… get a behind the scenes look at the world of magazines… and discover a foundation dedicated to helping those affected with pediatric cancer

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Temple/St. Luke's Simulation Medical School
Medical simulation helps bridge the gap between classroom learning and real-life hands on experience for medical students. Joining us in the studio is Dr. Joel Rosenfeld, Chief Academic Officer for Temple University Medical School at St. Luke's.
Lehigh Valley Style Magazine
Everyone enjoys paging through a glossy magazine, with their beautiful photos and intriguing stories. We recently visited with Lehigh Valley Style to check out behind the scenes....
The Coco Foundation
In 2010, The Coco Foundation was founded to raise awareness, provide personalized support and resources for children and their families affected by pediatric cancers. Kyle O'Neill, Executive Director of the Coco Foundation, joins us in the studio.
Episode 10 - Originally Aired: 5/11/2014
St. Luke's Care Now, Hair Loss, Life Path
Join us as we explore the ever-changing offerings within medical care... meet a woman with a life-changing condition and how she conquered her fear... and a non-profit providing dignified support and skills to those with special needs in our communities.

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St. Luke's Care Now, Hair Loss, Life Path
Looking for a quality option for minor injuries or illnesses with less out-of-pocket expenses and shorter wait times? Dr. Robert Dolansky, Medical Director of St. Luke’s Care Now at the Wind Gap Medical Center, joins us to discuss the services available when your doctor is not.
Hair Loss
So many of us take our hair for granted, that is until it begins to thin and hair loss becomes an issue. Meet a courageous woman regaining confidence by taking control of her hair loss with the support and experience of the professional stylists at American Hairlines in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Life Path
Learn about LifePath, a non-profit organization offering services to people needing specialized support in an environment of respect and dignity.
Episode 9 - Originally Aired: 4/27/2014
Autism, Charter Arts, Community Services for Children
Meet a family facing the challenges of autism... take a look inside a high school focusing on the arts... and learn about the importance of early childhood education.

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Meet a young family meeting the challenges and finding success while raising twin boys, one of them with autism. Dr. Elizabeth Gibson, pediatrician with St. Luke’s University Health Network, joins us to discuss diagnostic and care options available to families.
Charter Arts
Take a look inside Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts offering exemplary academics in a learning environment where students can expand their passions through instruction in the arts.
Community Services for Children
Community Services for Children is a non-profit organization preparing children and their families to succeed through early learning, while providing leadership that engages communities to put children first.