(DOUG JESSOP – JESSOP’S JOURNAL) Medical technology has advanced tremendously, but has personal touch kept up? Doug Jessop interviewed a doctor that hasn’t forgotten his roots and the reason he practices medicine.
When you thing of “country doctor” what comes to mind? It’s a phrase that evokes emotions from years gone past.
It’s my honor to share powerful, positive and inspirational stories and music every week on TV and streaming worldwide. In this episode I focus on individuals doing things to help our health. Hit the play button to watch the full 30-minute episode of this week’s Jessop’s Journal that aired Sunday morning at 10 on ABC4 TV.
Here is the full 30-minute episode of Jessop’s Journal “Medical Moments” that aired Sunday morning at 10 on ABC4 TV. Jessop’s Journal is a collection of “Powerful, Positive & Inspirational Stories” that airs on ABC4 Utah and worldwide at JessopsJournal.com
Our first guest has been making a powerful impact as a state legislator and now want to help take a program for dental health with kids nationwide.
Dr. John Sanders has a positive message as a home town doctor that remembers his rural roots.
Knowledge is power. Genetic testing is helping give families diagnosis that can uncover medical conditions that may not be obvious. A test from Lineagan literally led to a unknown heart condition that was treated and literally save a young boy’s life.
We open the vault to some of my favorite past inspirational The Caring Stories.
Of course, don’t forget that Objects with Stories are Treasures Remembered – Brandon Fugal shares some of his movie memorabilia.
In between, we are entertained by musical guest Courtney Marie Andrews.
But first, Brad Daw…
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Everyone has a story. I strongly feel that “stories have power”. Chances are that if you are going through something, that someone else probably has as well. The shared experiences we humans have can help each other. That my friend makes the point that stories “help us understand each other.”
You don’t have to agree with everyone, but in my opinion, if people would take more time getting to knowing more about others and where they are coming from, we just might find out that we have more similarities than differences.
Jessop’s Journal is something special when it comes to broadcast news. I have the honor of being able to do longer in-depth interviews that you don’t normally see with people from all walks of life. A big shout out goes to my collaborator, Ed Wilets, who does a great job as my videographer/editor for all my stories.
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