15-44 Segment 2: Almost Addicted

  Synopsis: People who use drugs, even those who are not addicted, are often destructively enabled by families. An expert explains why this occurs and what families have to do to break through their own denial as well as that of the user. Host: Nancy Benson. Guest: Dr. Wesley Boyd, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, … Continue reading 15-44 Segment 2: Almost Addicted

15-21 Segment 1: The Health Effects of Loneliness

  Synopsis: Loneliness affects far more than our mental health. Studies are now showing that loneliness and social isolation also have profound effects on our physical health, and increase the risk of death substantially. Experts discuss. Host: Reed Pence. Guests: Dr. Richard Schwartz, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and co-author, The Lonely American: Drifting … Continue reading 15-21 Segment 1: The Health Effects of Loneliness

15-09 Story 1: The Late Effects of Childhood Cancer

  Synopsis: Doctors can cure cancer in children better than ever, but decades later, many survivors suffer from serious, chronic disease as a result of powerful cancer treatments. Often those survivors don't get screening and treatment for late effects. Experts and survivors discuss how treatments influence life decades later, how survivors can get treatment they … Continue reading 15-09 Story 1: The Late Effects of Childhood Cancer