Coming Up On Radio Health Journal Show 17-32

A look at what is coming up on Radio Health Journal show 17-32.

17-31 Segment 2: Evaluating Veterans’ Healthcare

An expert discusses her contention that the care the VA provides is much better than its perception.

17-31 Segment 1: Car Crash Victims & PTSD

Two car accident survivors and one of the world's foremost experts discuss what can make PTSD worse and the essentials victims must carry out to recover.

Medical Notes 17-31

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Coming Up On Radio Health Journal Show 17-31

A look at what is coming up on Radio Health Journal show 17-31.

17-30 Segment 1: Consolidating 9-1-1: Where do we draw the line?

Expensive tech built for cell phones has pushed 911 call centers to consolidate, but will it cost lives when a far away worker with no local geographic knowledge takes your call?

17-30 Segment 2: Healing Children: Not Just Little Adults

Children’s medicine is more specialized than many people think an expert explains how pediatric practitioners and hospitals are set up to deal with the different biology of children.

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Coming Up On Radio Health Journal Show 17-30

A look at what is coming up on Radio Health Journal show 17-30.

17-29 Segment 1: Sibling Abuse

Psychological or physical abuse by siblings is much more common than most people realize. Experts discuss warning signs of abuse, and how parents can act.

17-29 Segment 2: Teeth and the Struggle for Oral Equality

We often judge people by their smiles, however, dental care and medical care have always been separate in the US, creating a large population that doesn’t receive dental care.

Medical Notes 17-29

A look at important medical, health and science headlines for the week of July 16.

17-28 Segment 2: The Science of Smell

  The sense of smell evokes powerful memories and makes food taste good, but it also has important functions in interpersonal relations and personal safety. Experts discuss the science behind it. Read the entire transcript here.  Guests: Dr. Charles Wysocki, Behavioral Neuroscientist Emeritus, Monell Chemical Senses Center Neil Pasricha, author, The Book of Awesome Links … Continue reading 17-28 Segment 2: The Science of Smell

Coming Up On Radio Heath Journal Show 17-29

A look at what is coming up on Radio Health Journal show 17-29.

17-28 Segment 1: Our Obesity Obsession: Does Science Support It?

Experts discuss how culture drives our obsession with weight and what science really has to say about it.