Chuck Baraw and Chef Wes Jones, Stoweflake Resort, Stowe, VT.
If you are looking for an iconic small town Vermont experience, with a family atmosphere, there is no better place than the Stoweflake Resort, and no better town than Stowe. Listen to my interviews with resort chef Wes Jones-a thrill for foodies and get behind the scenes with owner Chuck Baraw:
Nestled within the heart of Stowe, Vermont, Stoweflake Mountain Resort and Spa beckons year round with upscale accommodations, generous amenities and a wealth of activities, on-property and nearby. Steeped in natural beauty, our idyllic setting on 60 acres will inspire every moment of your day. Challenge yourself with outdoor adventures. Recharge at our sports and wellness center. Or indulge in quieter pursuits at our world-class, full-service spa. As a guest, you’ll be delighted by the many complimentary resort activities available, making Stoweflake the perfect destination to reconnect with family, rekindle romance, or regroup with friends.
Kecia Gaither, Uterine Fibroids--The vast majority of American women are expected to develop uterine fibroids at some point in their lives. But despite its prevalence, this much-misunderstood condition is surrounded by myths and misconceptions, according to perinatal consultant and women’s health expert Kecia Gaither, MD. About 70% of white women and 80% of African-American women have fibroids – non-cancerous tumors growing within the wall of the uterus – by the time they reach age 50, according to the National Institutes of Health. This important public health concern leads to more than $2 billion in direct health care costs each year.
Lynette Wells, Grief--An author based in South Australia has released her debut title, which chronicles her emotional journey through grief after both her husband and her mother passed away in a span of six weeks. In “Moon Shadows, Flowers, and Butterflies,” Lynette Wells delivers an inspirational examination of the power that creativity holds in overcoming traumatic life experiences. Wells, who has spent several years working in diversional and art therapy, turned to her passion for painting during some of her deepest moments of sadness. Through her book, Wells presents some of the emotive artwork she made as she grieved and sheds light on the often unfamiliar and intense emotions a person experiences when they go through immense loss.
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Tom Curran, PhD, FRS, FAACR, a Past President of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) and a Fellow of the AACR Academy, is available to provide background on brain tumors and brain tumor research.
Curran is executive director and chief scientific officer of the Children’s Research Institute and Donald J. Hall Eminent Scholar in Pediatric Research at Children’s Mercy Kansas City. He can discuss the science behind glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer, and promising avenues of inquiry into the disease.