Wednesday, October 23, 2019

  • Meanwhile in Russia, just in time for Halloween (should they call an exorcist?) See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day". (DISCLAIMER: May be disturbing for some, it was for us)

Playlist for Wednesday, October 23, 2019

5a Hour

  • If You Leave - Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark
  • Dammit (Growing Up) - Blink 182
  • Turn Me Loose - Loverboy
  • Cut Up - Black Youngsta
  • Now That We Have Love - Heavy D & The Boyz
  • Inside The Fire - Disturbed
  • Land of Confusion - Genesis
  • On Broadway - George Benson
  • Can't Stop Loving You - Van Halen

6a Hour

  • Hate Everything About You - Ugly Kid Joe
  • Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2
  • Empire - Queensryche
  • I Sat By The Ocean - Queens Of The Stone Age
  • Downtown - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
  • Nuthin' But A G Thang - Dr. Dre/Snoop Dogg
  • Go - Public Service Announcement
  • Sub Focus - Solar System
  • Fiesty - SAARLOOS
  • Suge - DaBaby
  • Don't Tread On Me - Damn Yankees

7a Hour

  • Fascination Street - Cure
  • Insane In The Brain - Cyprus Hill
  • Straight Up - Paula Abdul
  • You Got Me Runnin - Def Leppard
  • Girls All The Bad Guys Want - Bowling For Soup
  • God Blessed Texas - LIttle Texas
  • Glorified G - Pearl Jam
  • Circles - Post Malone

Dreading a season full of expensive heating bills? You aren't alone, but ABC's Daria Albinger says you can do something to lower them.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is out with traffic fatality data for 2018, and for the second year in a row, there were fewer deaths on American pavement last year than the year before. Part of the credit, says NHTSA, is better automotive design and safety features. ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony with a look at the numbers.

Biogen Inc. said Tuesday it will seek federal approval for a medicine to treat early Alzheimer's disease, a landmark step toward finding a treatment that can alter the course of the most common form of dementia. The announcement was a surprise because the drug company earlier this year stopped two studies of the drug when partial results suggested it was not likely to be successful. The company now says a new analysis of more results suggest that the drug helped reduce a decline of thinking skills at the highest dose. The drug aims to help the body clear harmful plaques from the brain. More than 5 million people in the United States and millions more worldwide have Alzheimer's. Current drugs only temporarily ease symptoms and do not slow the loss of memory and thinking skills. Dozens of efforts to develop a drug to slow or reverse the course of the disease have failed. ABC's Cheri Preston has the story with Tony.

Changing school start start times? Good idea or bad? Dr. Charles Pemberton joins Tony to talk about it.

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