November Hogwash Show

Nov 8, 2016

Last month, hurricane Matthew roared up the coast of North Carolina, causing more than $1 billion in damages, and flooding at least 14 waste lagoons from Carolina hog farms. In those heavy rains and flash floods, a new definition of hogwash was born, and Health Matters is anxious to use this new definition for the upcoming November elections. This show discusses the “Gilligan’s Island” method of learning Spanish, the desperate needs of Obamacare, and the positions of Ms. Clinton and Mr. Trump on health issues.

Tip: You are already late for your fall flu vaccine. Try to protect yourself from complications and death during the election, and then get your flu shot as quickly as possible.


Georgia teenage soccer player wakes up from a coma speaking fluent Spanish

Kentucky leads the nation in percent of cancer deaths due to smoking

The Affordable Care Act desperately needs modifications.  Can a divided congress do it?