Living 757

Living 757

An innovative magazine TV show combining comedy, live music, videos, interviews, and Hampton Roads events.

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John explains that traumatic brain injuries, or TBI’s, are a silent epidemic. Huffman and Huffman sees a lot of TBI’s when it comes to clients who have been involved in an accident. The crazy part? A lot of them don’t even know that they have experienced a traumatic brain injury!
The most recent season of The Bachelor ended in a whirlwind finale. Viewers were kept on the edge of their seat as it seemed that Clayton might end up single and alone! To everyone's surprise and pleasure- Susie reached out after filming was over and the two rekindled their relationship. 
Our friends at Invisible Fence have brought us another episode of Pet Corner. Quincy had the pleasure of visiting some purrfect furry friends at Kitty Kingdom Cat Cafe! 
The Menchville High School women’s basketball team made school history this year, when they won the Virginia 5A State Basketball Championship.
Spring has sprung, and most people think about spring cleaning as relating to their homes- but it is also important that we take care of our cars when the weather starts heating up! Car care is of utmost importance year round. 
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. It is an important opportunity for healthcare providers to educate their community on this family of diseases. 
In terms of fatalities, the City of Virginia Beach ranks at the top- but the other cities aren’t too far behind! 
TAC RV is nestled in the beauty of Moyock, North Carolina. TAC features one of the biggest indoor show rooms and service areas in the country! So they are sure to have something to fit everyone's needs. 
There is no other Proton Institute in the world that is as large and as advanced as the one that is at Hampton University. The Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute was founded in 1968, and has had the mission of helping people ever since. 
Time is of the essence where the heart muscle is concerned, because the sooner the patient is treated, the more likely it is that the patient will survive the cardiac episode.