Wednesday on ''Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress'':
- 0:00: Kim Nolte, president and CEO of the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential, talks about the organization’s work addressing teenage pregnancy and other youth health and sexuality issues;
- 24:00: In this week’s “Medical Minute,” WABE medical analyst Dr. Ford Vox talks about the regulation of stem cells and how exposure to pets at an early age could affect allergies later in life;
- 28:38: Gregg Kunemund, CEO of United Healthcare Medicare and Retirement in Georgia, discusses the open enrollment period for Medicare;
- 43:48: Candace Wheeler talks about the new Moschino Barbie, Uber’s partnership with the Jacksonville Jaguars and an upcoming sequel to the Ben Stiller comedy “Zoolander” in this edition of "Trending";
- 50:08: Ken Caudill describes his experience being diagnosed and living with Alzheimer's disease as part of the "Closer Look" monthlong look at the disease;
- 1:05:02: Martha Dalton reports on the growth of Latina-owned businesses in Georgia;
- 1:08:50: Nancy Jo Schafer, a professor at the Georgia State University College of Education, and new teachers Robyn Hobson and Jessica Jackson discuss the challenges teachers experience in their first year on the job.