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Handling holiday stress, plus the keys to living gratefully

Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay
Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay

On today's show …

As we prepare to gather with family and friends we are reminded of things like COVID and the flu. Dr. Ben Meyerink with Avera is with us to discuss the latest numbers and how we can better prepare ourselves.

Legislation advocating for tribal veterans unanimously passed out of the Senate. Senator Mike Rounds from South Dakota introduced the legislation. He says the recognition is long overdue. He joins us now with more.

The new book Turning: The Magic and Mystery of More Days combat ageism with heartwarming advice and unwavering faith. Author Becky Blue is with us.

In the early 19th century, a student's education would reflect the community where they lived. An influx of immigrants changed the country's attitudes toward common schools. John Hopkins University professor Dr. Ashley Rogers Bernert talks about Horace Mann in the latest episode of History 605.

With the holidays approaching and families beginning to gather we can’t forget that stress comes with that. We talk with Emilia Flint about the psychology of being around family.

As we approach the holidays, we are reminded of how grateful we are for various things. Sheryl Chard is the director of education at Grateful Living.

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