Dr. Ron Cohen, CMO of New West Medical, visits with David Van Zetter for National Men’s Health Month.
Heather Lafferty, Habitat For Humanity CEO of Metro Denver sits down with David Van Zetter to talk about all the great things going on in the Denver area.
Dr. Charles Oseroff joins David Van Zetter in a discussion on mental health, it’s misconception, the latest treatments and how to reach out for help.
Aurora Quigley of the National Stroke Association sits down with David Van Zetter to discuss stroke prevention, treatment and upcoming events.
With data breeches becoming an epidemic, Cyber Security expert Ray Hutching of CyberCecurity.com joins David Van Zetter in studio for a frank discussion on how bad it is, how bad it can get, and how to stop it.
Colorado has one of the largest wild animal sanctuaries in the world. Kent Dotar visits with David Van Zetter and talks about the park, it’s history and it’s future.
Colorado Issues - Pat and Heidi Knapp of Becoming Free talk about Religious/Spiritual Abuse - April 15, 2018
Heidi and Pat Knapp of Becomingfree.org discuss the often overlooked world of religious and spiritual abuse, and talk about the help they offer the victims.
In an era of random violence in schools, malls, the workplace and others, Pinnacle Tactics founder Tom Johnson chats with David Van Zetter about options for self protection.
Colorado Issues - Maia Brusseau From The Denver Dumb Friends League Talks about “Pet” Projects - March 23, 2018
Maia Brusseau, the PR manager from The Denver Dumb Friends League visits with David Van Zetter. Maia talks about the pet adoption process, the Furry Scurry, the Equine facility and how to volunteer.
Colorado Issues - Former Columbine Principal Frank DeAngelis Talks About School Safety - March 17, 2018
Former Columbine Principal sits down with David Van Zetter and talks about the comparisons and differences between Columbine and the latest school shooting in Parkland, Florida. DeAngelis also offers advice for parents on what to look for in their children to avoid problems.