Behind The Turntable, An Unexpected Resource For Assault Prevention

Bloomington, Indiana has no shortage of night clubs. A classic college town, on any day of the week, bar-goers can begin a crawl in the late afternoon and hit a dozen sticky dance floors by midnight.

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On The Front Lines Of A Drug Crisis: A New Video Series

On The Front Lines Of A Drug Crisis: A New Video Series

The opioid addiction crisis is often reported on in desperate terms. But, to the people working on the frontlines of the problem, there are known and proven approaches that can help.

Sound Medicine: 03-29-09

Mar 29, 2009

Topics for this week include: The Prostate Screening Conundrum; Did You Know?: Love Handles and Breathing Difficulties; Myelin Breakdown and Brain Decline; The Night Shift and Breast Cancer; Checkup: HIV Vaccine?; Dance for Fitness; Combining Dance & Science -- Ferocious Beauty: Genome

Sound Medicine: March 22, 2009

Mar 22, 2009

Topics this week include work rules for medical residents; changes in federal policy on embryonic stem cell research; the human-cold genome; the benefits of palliative care; and the Grace Notes essay "Treating Terminal Cancer Means Not Giving Up, But Choosing Different Goals" by Dr. Larry Cripe.

Sound Medicine: 03-15-09

Mar 15, 2009

Topics for this week include: ICU Patients Get Up and Moving; CT Scans; Gut Reaction: Overeating Can Impair Body Function; Checkup: Diet Betting; Self Sabotage: A Psychologist’s View; Exercise and Moods

Sound Medicine: 03-08-09

Mar 8, 2009

Topics for this week include: Bariatric Surgery & Brittle Bones; Transfats that Occur Naturally; Book: Adolescents with Cancer; Why Teens Smoke; Not all Seniors Should Cut Calories; Book: The World is Fat; Check up: How Colors Affect Us; Did you know?: Anger & Heart Problems

Sound Medicine: 03-01-09

Mar 1, 2009

Topics for this week include: Brain Study Indicates Why Some Memories Persist; Dean Ornish, The Spectrum; Sound Ethics: Obama's Health-Related Policy Agenda; Did You Know?: Healing With Blood Plasma; Hypothermia for Heart Attack Patients; Pelvic Pain: A Difficult Diagnosis; Checkup: Redheads Require More Anesthesia

Sound Medicine: 02-22-09

Feb 22, 2009

Topics for this week include: New Deadly Virus in Zambia; Sound Ethics: Fertility Ethics & Octuplets; Did You Know?: Paying Smokers to Quit; Insurance for Medical Tourists; Checkup: Gambling During Hard Times; Childhood Obesity & Heart Disease; Book: Diabetic Athlete's Handbook

Sound Medicine: 02-15-09

Feb 15, 2009

Topics for this week include: Health IT & the Fed Stimulus Bill; Did You Know?: Eating Red; Pancreatic Cancer Surgery; Contact Lenses and Infections; Checkup: Avoid Winter Sports Injuries; Doc Chat: Light Drinking During Pregnancy; Book: The End of Food

Sound Medicine: 02-08-09

Feb 8, 2009

Topics for this week include: Flu Season Update & Prevention; Did You Know?: Computerized Hospitals Have Fewer Patient Deaths; Awake During Brain Surgery; Sound Ethics: Detecting Bias in Medical Reporting; Checkup: Teen Abstinence Pledges; Myths About Prenatal Genetic Testing; Book: Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?

Sound Medicine: 02-01-09

Feb 1, 2009

Topics for this week include: Book: Testosterone for Life; Did You Know?: No to Favorite Foods; Electronic Medical Records in Mental Health; Pain; Checkup: Pre-birth Maternity Leave; Sound Ethics: Medical Health Reporting

Sound Medicine: 01-25-09

Jan 25, 2009

Topics this week include alternative medicine for treating post-traumatic stress disorder; myths about flu shots and other vaccines; new approaches for anxiety disorders; and what physicians pay for vaccines. Also, the link between heavy caffeine-use and hallucinations. And in this week's <i>Checkup</i>, find out if you're a web <i>cyberchondriac</i>.

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What's Your Health care Workaround Story?

What's Your Health care Workaround Story?

What is the craziest thing you've had to do to get the health care you need? We're launching a new podcast called "The Workaround", and we're looking for your stories!

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