South Dakota Alzheimer's research gets a financial boost
On today's show...
University of South Dakota researcher Samuel Sathyanesan, Ph.D., is exploring a lab-made compound that could help prevent cognitive decline. He brings us a close look at the molecules in the brain and what happens when they malfunction.
And Leslie Morrow, state executive director of the Alzheimer's Association South Dakota chapter, joins the conversation. She discusses the importance of science and funding in the race to a cure.
Kevin Woster brings us a conversation about being late. He talks about what prevented him from getting a flu shot and what drove him to roll up his sleeve.
Plus, we ask what stories music can tell with the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra.
Assistant conductor Thomas Fortner and storyteller Darrel Fickbohm preview the upcoming Celebrate America concert and discuss how to help someone share their truth.