The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Thursday, May 5, 2016
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PAM OAKES (National automotive authority and recall expert) Takata has agreed to recall another 35 million to 40 million airbag inflators; a stunning increase that will more than double what already is the largest automotive recall in American history. Click on the link to see the liist of affected vehicles. WEBSITE:

Dr. ROBERT SILVERMAN (Medical expert) Research is showing that working past retirement age might help you to live longer. A study at Oregon State University found that people working until age 66 had a lower risk of death. Research on the topic is ongoing, but for now, maintaining an active lifestyle, even after the quick-paced life of the working world has ended, appears to be a key factor in extending life for retirees.

PAUL DeJOHN Jr.(President and CEO) & DAVID LANDI (President of patient care) from CT MEN'S HEALTH LIVE IN THE TALK OF CONNECTICUT STUDIO David and Paul were in studio to talk about the most common causes of erectile dysfunction and was to treat it.

To get more information visit the website or call: **WEBSITE: CT MEN'S Health **PHONE NUMBER: 877-373-9251

ISRAEL ORTEGA (Political writer and analyst for "Opportunity Lives") Governor Kasich announced on yesterday that he will suspend his campaign following Senator Cruz’s Tuesday announcement to do the same, Donald Trump appears to have emerged as the presumptive Republican nominee.

Watertown GOP State Sen. ROB KANE The leaders of the House and Senate Democratic majorities conceded yesterday that they would not adopt a new state budget before the legislature's constitutional adjournment deadline of midnight Wednesday, promising to return instead for a special session next week.

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