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Host : Walter Gaman, MD
Host : J. Mark Anderson, MD
Host : Judy Gaman
THE STAYING YOUNG RADIO SHOW will help you stay young and healthy, with the latest in medical and health news.

It's a fast paced, weekly one-hour talk show that brings you new and exciting information about health, medical breakthroughs and longevity. The show features nationally acclaimed guests such as Montel Williams, Suzanne Somers, Leeza Gibbons, Olympic gold medalist Shannon Miller, CSI: Miami TV star Eva LaRue, best-selling authors and scientists, and many more.

THE STAYING YOUNG RADIO SHOW is hosted by two renowned physicians: Drs. Walter Gaman and J. Mark Anderson, and a top health and wellness expert: Judy Gaman. They combine fun banter combined with fascinating facts and serious discussion.
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