Dr Laura To End Radio Show18 August 2010
Despite radio being her forte, the host has briefly flirted with television, and is the author of numerous self-help books. In 2007, she was awarded an Exceptional Public Service award by the Office of the US Secretary of Education, and in 2002, Talkers radio magazine named her the seventh greatest radio talk-show host of all time.
However, she told King that the curtain will soon fall on her radio broadcasting career, adding, "When I started in radio, when you said something that somebody disagreed with or they didn't like, they argued with you. Now they try to silence you. I was wrong and I apologized. But there are people who won't accept my apology".
or has recently battled a number of health problems. In 2002, she was involved in a car crash that left her needing continued physical therapy, and in 2005, she suffered a stroke.
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