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Dr. Peter Kaiser, Director of the Cole Center for Ocular Research and Evaluation and Professor of Ophthalmology at the Cleveland Clinic will discuss the impact of wet AMD and a new treatment option available for patients with this disease.

Age-related macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss, and is a growing health concern. It’s estimated that 1.75 million people in the US are living with the most severe type of the disease, called wet age-related macular degeneration, or wet AMD.Patients with wet AMD typically experience distorted vision, making it difficult to see objects clearly. If allowed to progress, wet AMD can lead to loss of central vision, leaving patients unable to perform basic activities. The disease typically affects patients 60 years and older, but can occur earlier.


Dr. James Ingvoldstad, Physician, Author is our second guest today he will discuss Road Trip: One Doctor’s Call to Haiti is Dr. Jim’s story of his experiences with God and the Haitian people.

On January 10, 2010, a huge earthquake hit Haiti, devastating a portion of one of the world’s poorest nations. An American medical doctor there that day, on one of many trips he has made to Haiti, found himself one of the first medical professionals available to respond, and he moved to setting up a MASH-style medical clinic outside under tents and treating the injured until trauma medical teams could arrive. It was just one of the adventures Dr. Jim Ingvoldstad has had in his years of service to Haiti.

When Dr. Jim began serving on short medical missions in Haiti he learned not only that he has gained more than he gave, but that risking change and stepping out and being vulnerable allows for growth and joy.

When the opportunity to serve came, viewed it as a way of giving back to others and fulfilling the call God had on his life. What he saw only later was that the adventure had the joy and risk of a road trip to the unknown. After almost 20 years and more than 30 trips to the same community in Haiti, he saw the radical change this had made in his own life as, among other things, he learned from the Haitian people the joy of living in the present, and of giving without expectation of anything in return.

For more information where you can purchase “Road Trip: One Doctor’s Call to Haiti is Dr. Jim’s story of his experiences with God and the Haitian people”.  Go to Amazon.com

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Our first guest is Priscilla Rodriguez, Executive Director of Scholarships Strategy at the College Board. She will discuss how The College Board Provides Tips on SAT Prep, College Planning & How to Earn College Board Opportunity Scholarships.  She leads the organization’s work on extending access to college for students through scholarships, including the development of the College Board Opportunity Scholarships program. Prior to joining the College Board, Priscilla was an SVP at the Poses Family Foundation, where she led the Webby-winning resource for parents of children with learning and attention issues, Understood.org. Priscilla is a first-generation American of Colombian and German heritage and a graduate of the University of Virginia and Harvard Business School.


Andrea Smith talks us from the CES 2020 for a look at what’s buzzing at this year’s show. Microsoft is back at this year’s show showing us how the latest laptops, tablets and mobile devices are able to keep us connected.  Andrea talks to us about an array of computers explaining their latest capabilities and some of the new innovations you didn’t know about.

Andrea Smith, contributor to NBC.com, is an award-winning news and technology journalist. She spent over two decades as technology producer at ABC News and was Lifestyle Channel Editor at Mashable.  She has appeared as a guest expert in technology segments on ABC’s World News Now, Good Morning America Now, and ABC affiliated Radio and TV stations across the U.S. and continues to lend her tech expertise in segments for WABC-TV and CNBC. Andrea also enjoys mentoring young women starting out in the business world and is a recipient of the 2015 Women in CE Legacy Award.

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Richard Whitworth, AIF® ‐ Head of Business Consulting, Cetera Financial Group will discusses tips and provide insight on how to develop a business plan by utilizing key resources that are available. He can also offer advice on succession and business continuity planning for 2020.

As Managing Director of Cetera Financial Group’s Business Consulting organization, Mr. Whitworth manages a team of business consultants and subject matter experts, providing the strategic and tactical framework to assist the team in reaching its goal of helping Cetera’s financial advisors with their advice‐centric growth and productivity objectives through the industry award‐winning Pentameter® process.  He received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Delaware with minors in Spanish, Economics and International Business, and holds an International MBA with Honors from IE Business School in Madrid, Spain.  For more information, please www.cetera.com



Our second guest is Scott Adzick, M.D. Surgeon-In-Chief at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Pioneering fetal surgeon  Dr. Adzick specializes in treating these babies’ unique needs – including surgical procedures when they are still in the womb. He will discuss the advancing technology and how fetal surgery can help save and better the lives of many children worldwide. *January is Birth Defects Awareness Month*  For more information please visit fetalsurgery.chop.edu




Our last guest is Dr. Jay W. Lee, a family physician, will discuss a New Survey that breaks down the Myths young people still believe about vaping (and their true vaping motivations) he will explain the facts and the myths about vaping and to make sure we all understand the consequences The  study was commissioned by the American Academy of Family Physicians, this new survey of tobacco vape users between the ages of 16-30 is shedding an important light on the vaping disconnects and what many say is their real motivation.