An Alzheimer’s and dementia doctor joins us to discuss a new drug that is showing promise for slowing the disease and not just treating the symptoms. Then, we talk to a gun law expert about a case coming before the U.S. Supreme Court over whether someone with a domestic violence restraining order should be allowed to own a firearm under the Second Amendment.
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Promising new FDA-approved Alzheimer's drug
The FDA recently approved a new Alzheimer’s drug that shows signs of slowing the progression of the disease, not just the symptoms. The medical director of the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center joins us to explore the potential impacts.
Should domestic abusers have the right to own guns?
The Supreme Court will decide whether a 1994 law that bans people with domestic violence restraining orders from owning guns violates the Second Amendment. A gun law expert explains.
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