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A full schedule and a lively show planned for this coming weekend on Jim Brown’s “Common Sense” so check us out.
More Americans die of heart disease than any other cause. It cuts across ages and ethnic groups, killing thousands each year. Statins, designed to lower cholesterol and decrease the risk of heart disease, are taken by one in four Americans over the age of 45 ““ and growing. Lauded as a miracle medicine, America’s most prescribed drug appears to offer a simple way to ward off disease, but are statins harmless? We will talk about the possible dangers with statins this Sunday wit Medical expert Mark Estren who challengesÂ conventional wisdom and says there are risks to continued statin use. You can check out Mark’s new book, “Statins: Miraculous or Misguided?” by Clicking Here.
Novelist Van Mayhall, ho has been a guest on our show previously, we join us again to discuss his new book “The Last Sicarius.Â This new book continues the series Van started with his highly successful first book, “Judas the Apostle.”Â You can read all about Van’s new book by Clicking Here.
And, as we generally do, we will take a look at the week’s events and try to bring in a little humor to lighten up your weekend.Â See be sure and join usÂ Â for some “Common Sense” this weekend.Â Check your local listings for times and stations.Â Here are just a few of new stations that carry our program.
KQEW 102.3 FM-Fordyce, Arkansas
KMET 1490 AM-Banning, California
WTHV 810 AM ““ Valdosta, Georgia
WTHQ 750 AM- Paducah, Kentucky
WSIC 1400 AM-Statesville, North Carolina
WPGG 1450 AM-Atlantic City, New Jersey