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Surviving Bad Episodes from 2014


A Crisis Unfolds, Medicine vs. Addiction. Even Grandma can face a drug overdose. Two doctors talk about emergency rooms and the confusion about what drugs really do. Featuring guests Dr David Kaptain and Dr. Tom Benzoni.



From Bad to Good, Giving it back. Looking back at childhood and a lifetime of recovery. Two successful Iowans give us an inside look. Featuring Dan Koenig, Artist and Mike Maynard, Executive Director of Safe Place Foundation.



Drug-endangered children. The innocent victims of drug abuse are often too young to speak. From the frontline of pediatric care one doctor speaks out. Dr. McCann of Blank Children’s Hospital tackles a tough subject.



A life altered. For over 20 years, since the death of her son, Patrice struggled through grief and post-traumatic stress (PTSD). She shares the story of how she found hope and inspiration.



From the White House to the Crack House: Follow the journey of an Iowa boy from White House to the Crack House and the Big House then back home safe again in Iowa.



Abuse: Man vs. Woman: Generations of women have experienced abuse, and some never get out alive. An Iowa mom and survivor of abuse as a child, teen and a wife tells us how she survived.



Faith, Recovery and Miracles: Facing retirement as a drug addict one man turns to making meth. In a surprising turn of events his wife turns him in to the police, and finds the inspiration that saves them both.



Fallen Angels: A high school standout slips from casual drug use into bad boys and heroin. A soccer mom: from small town Iowa, college degree, career, an ideal life, until drugs and alcohol put her and her children at risk.



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