Susan Helmrich is a three-time cancer survivor, a world-ranked masters swimmer and one of the country’s top health and wellness coaches. Get inspired by her passion for not only surviving but thriving as well.
For the first time in nearly a decade, former co-anchors Jim Payne and Wendy Chioji are together again. To kick off their reunion, Jim asked if he could ask Wendy some candid, personal questions about her ongoing battle with a rare form of cancer. She said, “Why not?”
Out of all types of cancer, childhood cancers account for less than 1 percent, but that still means every year, more than 10,000 children and their families will hear that frightening diagnosis. Each has quite a story to tell, and that’s especially true of a young man named Benji Watson.
The next 5-10 years may forever change the way we approach health care. Renowned physician Dr. David Agus explains why these are called the lucky years. He shares some of the exciting new research that is saving lives and changing lives.
Meet the three-time cancer survivor who is also the oldest woman to ever run a marathon. We get an inspirational message of hope from 92-year-old Harriette Thompson about what’s possible in life.
Meet the highly respected cancer doctor who took up weightlifting in his 50s because he wanted to prove something life-changing and maybe even life-saving to us all. Now in his 70s, wait until you hear how he is smashing world records and changing the world’s perceptions on fitness for older adults.
Major companies hire motivational speaker Doug Dvorak to inspire their top executives. Today, he’s here just for you to help you discover how to create the life you want.
In his seven years at the helm of U.S. Masters Swimming, outgoing executive director Rob Butcher has helped create a robust organization to support thousands of masters swimmers. His reason for leaving an organization and mission he loves is deeply personal. And it’s why he’s been awarded the 2015 Growing Bolder Inspiration Award.
Surviving & Thriving host Wendy Chioji is in the midst of a battle against a recurrence of thymic carcinoma. She’s just enrolled in a new cutting-edge clinical trial and she’s sharing an update on how it’s affecting her health and her passions for fitness and travel. It’s an inspirational message of hope and a testament to the power of hope.
The man who has beaten cancer over and over again is now ranked number two in the world for his age group, in the Ironman 70.3 distance. It would be an incredible feat for any athlete, but since Tony has to swim for 1.2 miles, bike for 56 miles and run for 13 miles at every event, it also proves that when you believe in yourself and refuse to give up, you can achieve amazing things.