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Join Dr. David C. Kolbaba and the HealthQuest Radio staff for our special Midnight broadcast.  We slow things down a bit by sharing a variety of health-related factoids, humorous anecdotes and inspiring stories.  Take steps toward better health and longevity by tuning in and learning how you can make better choices in your life.

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3 Responses to “Tell Me a Story . . .”

  1. sandy Says:

    my 13 year old son would have known the answers to both the shark and “animal” (i won’t spoil it for others!) questions. too bad he’s not allowed to stay up late to hear your show!

    shed aquarium is cool, as are others like the new england aquarium, but if anyone ever wants to experience sharks and other sea creatures and want to feel like they are part of their world, check out underwater adventures in the mall of america. i guarantee a time well spent!

  2. Leza Says:

    My pet duck used to do what that blue heron did. He’d “invite” the neighborhood birds to dine with him on cracked corn, then snatch an unsuspecting sparrow in lightning speed. He’d quickly drown it in his baby wading pool, then swallow it whole!

    The first time I saw him do this, I was hysterical. The second time I witnessed this, I ran and pulled the bird out of his throat, but it was too late–the bird was already dead. :-( I like to think one of the nasty neighborhood blue jays taught him that trick (I saw them do it *first* with baby birds!), but the vet told my mom that ducks were sometimes carnivorous.

    I guess that’s my story! :-)

  3. aliveatfive Says:

    Hope you post some of those photos of the eagles you were talking about in one of your “stories”!

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