This week’s show features education experts who say students need to be taught how to learn before they can be successful in the classroom.
Natalie Kohlhaas explains the biological function of anxiety and how we can learn to love the feeling.
Dr. Lindsay Admon joins us this week to explain the factors feeding into this crisis and offers potential solutions that could save more women. Nicky Dawkins, a professional doula, also chimes in with the benefits of bringing in extra advocates.
Dr. Marilyn Wooley helps first responders work through their trauma – proving that a PTSD diagnosis is not the end of their careers.
Experts explain how this will affect the public, researchers, and the publishing industry.
An expert discusses why we can’t become too lax with our treatment of this virus.
Experts reveal why engaging in this practice can lead to weight gain and other health risks.
Dr. James Cottrell believes everyone should be knowledgeable about these dangerous drugs in order to ask questions and make sure you’re getting the best anesthesia – and anesthesiologist -- for your needs.
As we age, certain aspects of our home, like stairs and loose rugs, can become major obstacles. And while renovations can seem intimidating and expensive, there are many simple changes that can make a huge difference.
Josue Cordova explains the struggles of traveling with a disability and how to fix these issues.
The main test for kidney disease has historically had different threshold requirements based on race, which has led to lower diagnosing rates and higher death rates from the condition in people of color
Mirror-touch synesthesia is a sensory processing disorder where a person can feel the sensations of another. As you can imagine, this condition can be an asset for certain people, like Dr. Joel Salinas.