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The Kathryn Zox Show

The Kathryn Zox Show

Wednesday at 7 AM Pacific

April 17th 2008:In Sight

Join Kathryn and Martha Weinman Lear former staff writer for the NY Times Magazine Where Did I Leave My Glasses The What When and Why of Normal Memory Loss.- for any Baby Boomer who has said 'What did I come in here for... "Puzzled by her own forgetfulness, Lear learned that most memory lapses beginning in middle age are universal and normal. With other professionals she explores the whys and wherefores of garden variety memory loss, offering reassurance and hope to millions of forgetful folks!" Also joining Kathryn is psychiatrist Gordon Livingston MD Too Soon Old,Too Late Smart, Johns Hopkin

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1444/the-kathryn-zox-show 29/11/2017 07:00 29/11/2017 08:00 The Kathryn Zox Show https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1444/the-kathryn-zox-show Join Kathryn and Martha Weinman Lear former staff writer for the NY Times Magazine Where Did I Leave My Glasses The What When and Why of Normal Memory Loss.- for any Baby Boomer who has said 'What did I come in here for... "Puzzled by her own forgetfulness, Lear learned that most memory lapses beginning in middle age are universal and normal. With other professionals she explores the whys and wherefores of garden variety memory loss, offering reassurance and hope to millions of forgetful folks!" Also joining Kathryn is psychiatrist Gordon Livingston MD Too Soon Old,Too Late Smart, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, writer Washington Post, SF Chronicle, awarded the Bronze Star for valor in Vietnam. "Livingston is a parent twice bereaved---in one thirteen month period, he lost his eldest son to suicide, his youngest to leukemia. Out of a lifetime of experience he has extracted 30 bedrock truths which everyone of us grapples with as we strive to make the most of the life we have left." VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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