HEALTH

NC Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. (NC-03) joins Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with the latest on Covid-19.

Dr. Paul Christo, John Hopkins University, joins the show to expand on the dangers of the growing opioid problem in the United States.

Skittle parties? Fentanyl? Scott Silverman, crisis coach, joins Brett to explain the heights of addiction and mental health. If you need help with addiction or more information on Scott, call 619-993-2738 visit Your Crisis Coach.

"He hasn't had any successes. None of these bills have passed, he's gone over seas. He's come up short, time and time again."

In the first hour of the show, Vince discusses a groundbreaking way to diagnose Alzheimer's. He also talks about the battle over Joe Biden's infrastructure bill as the future of COVID being an election talking point.  

Charlotte City Councilman Tariq Bokhari (District 6) joins Bo Thompson with good news about some needed sidewalk improvements being implemented, an update on last week's city council retreat to Winston Salem, and his take on tomorrow's Virginia gubernatorial election.

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson talking about a new wrinkle in the supply chain gridlock, some banned terminologies courtesy of the University of Pittsburgh, and the Atlanta Braves as America's team - but not in 3 states.

Beth Troutman joins Bo Thompson and Jim Szoke in studio for a very special taste test of peanuts that are still in the shell and takes calls from listeners who are talking about the one pre-Covid-19 thing that they will never do again.

WBT afternoon show host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen with reaction to Condoleezza Rice's comments regarding Critical Race Theory on The View, and President Trump's new social media platform Truth Social.

Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman take listener calls and reflect on a survey that sums up in four words the main reason that so many people are leaving their jobs in the wake of the pandemic.