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April 29th, 2019

Generation Bold Radio–April 28, 2019, Guest: Shannon Brownlee, Medication Overload

  1. Generation Bold Radio--April 28, 2019, Guest: Shannon Brownlee, Medication Overload BizTalkRadio 39:58

 Senior Vice President of the Lown Institute, Brownlee is author of Overtreated:  Why Too Much Medicine is Making Us Sicker and Poorer, the internationally acclaimed book that launched the movement against unnecessary medical care. Brownlee will discuss the dramatic rise in medication overload among older Americans, the structural and cultural drivers of this growing epidemic, including the role of the pharmaceutical industry, and the effort to catalyze a national strategy to address medication overload. 

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Adriane Berg Associate for Successful Aging & Ageless Travel

Adriane Berg is the Host of the two weekly podcasts, The Ageless Traveler: Lifelong Travel Made Easy and Generation Bold, The Fountain of Truth About Aging, as well as the author of fourteen books on money and lifestyle. She sits on the United Nations NGO-NYC Committee or Ageing and is Cheerleader in Chief for Business Authority 50+, guiding the growing number of later-life entrepreneurs to success. She is a Co-Founder of N.A.E.L.A., The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

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