Why do people who’ve been wrongly convicted die earlier?
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We explain the different types of false confessions and what drives people to confess to a crime they didn’t commit.
Medical Notes: Increased Pedestrian Fatalities, How Law Enforcement Contributes To Overdose Deaths, and the Dangers of Gas Stoves
Are crosswalks as safe as you think? The war on drugs may be making things worse. Should your stove be gas or electric?
Experts explain what the statistics point to as the underlying cause of mass violence.
Experts explain how this technology is helping police track down the guilty – and why your genetic privacy is still safe.
Dr. Marilyn Wooley helps first responders work through their trauma – proving that a PTSD diagnosis is not the end of their careers.
The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon where large groups of people falsely remember the same information. But how is this possible?
Experts estimate that only four percent of online pharmacies are legitimate. The rest are counterfeit operations that prey on customers by selling falsified medications.
Is your medication harming the health of your baby? Then, the number of drugs laced with Fentanyl has skyrocketed. And finally, our vocal habits change depending on who we’re talking to.
This week on RHJ - two medical experts who specialize in studying and uncovering child abuse discuss the contradicting evidence of how the pandemic affected rates of child maltreatment.
Private prisons seemed to be the answer to America’s overpopulated prisons in the 1980s. It’s since become a controversial topic of debates. Experts discuss if the problem is with private prisons, or with our country’s incarceration system as a whole.
Even as many students switched to virtual learning, school shootings didn’t stop. One recent school shooter used his parents’ gun, and now they are facing charges for their role in the incident. Experts discuss how the accountability of mass shootings doesn’t always just fall on the shooter.