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The Mountain Life
Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 10 a.m.

On The Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and David Wintzer explore a wide variety of topics from health, fitness and nutrition to parenting, lifestyle and education. Peek and Wintzer are lovers of the mountain lifestyle.

For inquiries, guests and show ideas, contact the show at themountainlife@kpcw.org

Sponsored by:
Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation

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  • Dr. Wing Province, medical director at Park City Hospital, and Si Hutt, the head of Heber Valley Hospital, talk about the grand opening of the Intermountain Park City surgery center and an upcoming women’s health awareness event the Heber Valley Hospital. (0:51)Then, Park City High School Mountain Bike Team and coach Pete Stoughton join to talk about their fall season and how this team of 280 members grew so rapidly. (24:44)
  • Award-winning reporter Jennifer Wallace discusses When Achievement Culture Becomes Toxic—and what we can do to fight back. (1:01)Then, Dr. Russell Moore, the editor-in-chief of Christianity Today magazine who discusses his new book, LOSING OUR RELIGION: An Altar Call for Evangelical America, in which he calls on his fellow evangelical Christians to arrive at truth over tribalism, to the gospel over politics, and argues for integrity over influence. (26:08)
  • Craig Johnson, author of the bestselling Longmire mysteries, talks about his 19th book in the series and an upcoming talk at King’s English bookshop in Salt Lake on September 10. (00:43)Then, author, academic advisor, and educator Ana Homayoun addresses issues that are critical and timely for parents, teens, and educators in her new book, “Erasing the Finish Line: The New Blueprint for Success Beyond Grades and College Admissions.” (26:17)
  • Dr. Norman E. Rosenthal is a world-renowned psychiatrist best known for defining and naming seasonal affective disorder, or (SAD). He talks about how SAD can affect people in all seasons. (0:52)Then, Dr. Nathan Joos is a new ENT (ear, nose, and throat) physician at Intermountain Health Park City specialty clinic. He discusses some promising new treatments for sleep apnea. (25:34)
  • Intermountain Park City Hospital is welcoming its first pediatric orthopedic surgeon, who will provide comprehensive, orthopedic care to children and further expand the hospital’s pediatric care services for families living along the Wasatch Back. (0:46)Then, certified music therapist and local resident Kayla Zuckerman Kantor talks about her business, Make Me a Melody, and how she was inspired by working in pediatric palliative care at Primary Children’s Hospital. (24:33)