Living Healthy and Aging Well

Living Healthy and Aging Well

Saturdays Noon-1PM

Join Ken Haglind each Saturday at noon as he hosts the Living Healthy and Aging Well radio show. This show is about your health and your life and provides important information to help you throughout life’s journey. We cover a broad range of topics including wellness, health care, elder care, end-of-life care and care giver support. Each week we bring you passionate health and wellness professionals to offer guidance on preparing for the various stages of life’s transitions. Our guests provide insights and recommendations on how to navigate the complexities and challenges of managing both you and your loved one’s health and how to improve and enjoy your quality of life as you age. Tune in every Saturday at noon for the Living Healthy and Aging Well radio show.

And learn more on the official show page at LivingHealthyAgingWell.com

 

Living Healthy and Aging Well
Living Healthy and Aging Well
AM950 Radio

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Living Healthy and Aging Well November 19 2022

Amy Horne, licensed Acupuncturist, and owner of Blue Branches Acupuncture in Bloomington joins Ken Haglind on radio show “Living Healthy and Aging Well” to share the power of acupuncture and how it works with western medicine to create the highest outcomes for her patients. Combining ancient wisdom and modern technology, Amy works with her patients…

Living Healthy and Aging Well November 12 2022

Joan Somes, a retired emergency room nurse with 40 years of experience, joins Ken Haglind on radio show “Living Healthy and Aging Well” to share ways that will help make our driving a little safer. Joan has received a grant from the Minnesota Department of Transportation Office of Traffic Safety to improve the safety of…

Living Healthy and Aging Well – October 22, 2022

Jetta Wiedemeier Bower is the Manager of the Volunteer and Community Outreach Team at Trellis, a nonprofit that has been serving seniors and those who care for them for 28 years. She will join host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to discuss the Senior Linkage Line services they provide and…

Living Healthy and Aging Well – September 24, 2022

Tom Osdek of Osdek Group joins Ken to discuss Medicare Open Enrollment beginning soon.

Living Healthy and Aging Well – July 30 2022

Julie Hamilton, President and owner of Senior Communities.Guide, joins host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to share how to find the best senior housing and care in Minnesota by using Senior Communities Guide’s powerful search to filter communities by location, budget, care and amenities. She will share a story of…

Living Healthy and Aging Well – July 23, 2022

Andrew Lacy and Dr Raj Attariwala of Prenuvo, joins host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to talk about the coming transformation in preventative healthcare that will make a late cancer or disease diagnosis a thing of the past. Advanced MRI imaging, pioneered by Prenuvo, is right now peering inside the…

Living Healthy and Aging Well – July 16, 2022

Meg Heintze, Prearrangement and Educational Specialist will join Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to discuss the importance of Being Prepared. What are the firstthings that need to be done when a loved one passes away? Through knowledge and planning, individuals can relieve their loved ones of undo stress at the…

Living Healthy and Aging Well June 25 2022

Suzanne & Ted Austin, Owner / Operators of Caring Transitions Twin Cities Central join host Ken Haglind on “Living Health and Aging Well” radio show to discuss how seniors can proactively downsize and declutter their possessions to prepare for their next season in life. Founded on the belief that the most successful life transitions happen…

Living Healthy and Aging Well – June 11, 2022

Clarence Shannon, MD, Pain Program Director and Site Principal Investigator for SKOAP at the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Minnesota, Candace Nelson, Clinical Research Manager, and Alicia Bulleri, Clinical Research Coordinator from the Dept. of Anesthesiology join host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to discuss the treatment of…

Living Healthy and Aging Well – June 4, 2022