Medical Notes: Week of June 16, 2019

A look at the top medical headlines for the week of June 16, 2019.

Medical Notes: Week of June 9, 2019

A look at the top medical headlines for the week of June 9, 2019.

Exceptional Breastfeeding

Most infants are breastfed in the US today, but breastfeeding often doesn’t look the way most of us think of it, as a result of adoption, same sex marriage, and other changes in parenting. An expert discusses some of the hurdles and challenges to getting infants the best nutrition possible.

Exceptional Breastfeeding

Most infants are breastfed in the US today, but breastfeeding often doesn’t look the way most of us think of it, as a result of adoption, same sex marriage, and other changes in parenting. An expert discusses some of the hurdles and challenges to getting infants the best nutrition possible.

Medical Notes: Week of June 2, 2019

A look at the top medical headlines for the week of June 2, 2019.

Medical Notes: Week of 26, 2019

A look at the top medical headlines for the week of May 26, 2019.

Friends–The Most Powerful Influence on Our Lives

Research shows that friends are the most powerful people in our lives, influencing our behavior, attitudes and health even more than our parents or spouses. An expert discusses the many ways friends determine our destinies.

Fibbing to Your Doctor

New surveys show that as many as 80 percent of people omit information, stretch the truth or outright lie to their doctors. Experts discuss why it happens, consequences, and methods that might reduce the amount of less-than-truthful answers to doctors’ questions.

Medical Notes: Week of January 20, 2019

A look at the top medical headlines for the week of January 20, 2019.

18-44 Segment 2: The Surprising Importance of Tickling

Tickling is a unique application of the sense of touch that surprisingly has developmental and cultural importance. Experts discuss the science and sociology of tickling.

16-37 Segment 2: Gossip

Synopsis: Most people regard gossip with disdain. While backbiting, vicious slander is usually disruptive, researchers have found that informational gossip has benefits for society by keeping people in line with societal norms. Experts discuss. Stay in the loop! Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook! Subscribe and review on iTunes! Guests: Dr. Robb Willer, Prof. of … Continue reading 16-37 Segment 2: Gossip