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You can help a person in crisis. If you are willing to listen and you text in your personal life, you have what it takes to be a great Crisis Text Line Volunteer.
How data collected from the Crisis Text Line helps save lives.
Whether you hit your head playing sports, tripping and falling or as a result of an automobile accident, concussions are a HUGE concern.
You've probably been to the emergency department of a local hospital. Hear the experience from an ED nurse's point of view in this peek-behind-the-curtains podcast.
Cancer is a word that still strikes fear in the hearts many - particularly if you are at the receiving end of a cancer diagnosis. Advances in care in the past decades and those yet to come are the topics of discussion in this HealthCare Matters podcast.
Top notch medical schools, great hospitals and care givers, yet mediocre outcomes and very high costs - that's the state of healthcare in the U.S. today. How do we compare with other industrialized nations striving to provide healthcare for all at a reasonable cost?
The use of virtual reality has moved beyond just gaming - and into the world of medicine, as both a training tool and a treatment option
What is Zika? Where did it come from? Where is it going? How does it affect humans, particularly pregnant women and their unborn children?
Anxiety disorders expert Dr. David Tolin of Hartford Hospital's Institute of Living works to get Connecticut radio personality AJ (Chaz & AJ in the Morning) on a plane to Ireland.
It's the conversation no one wants to have - but Elliot Joseph and Rebecca Stewart are having it anyway. They're talking about death - more specifically, talking with friends and loved ones about your end-of-life wishes BEFORE you land in the intensive care unit.
Caring for an aging parent? You are not alone - and there are resources for you and your family.
The Crisis Text Line is helping people handle addiction, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, sexual abuse and more - one text at a time!
The advent and widespread use of DNA testing and genome mapping to predict illness and disease is the basis of this discussion regarding the moral and ethical dilemmas for individuals and for society as a whole.
In April 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has new guidance on how to deal with the ever-changing situation involving Zika virus. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Jack Ross has an update. Host: Ray Dunaway
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