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Medical Notes: September 25, 2022

Radio Health Journal

Release Date: 09/25/2022

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Will the war in Ukraine escalate global food insecurity? Then, overcrowding in emergency departments is becoming a risk to patient safety. Then, a new lighting design for motorcycles may save lives. And finally… the idea for a new medical glue was found under the sea. Learn More:

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Has Healthcare Let Down The Men And Women Who Served Our Country? show art Has Healthcare Let Down The Men And Women Who Served Our Country?

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Suzanne Gordon’s new book “Our Veterans” explores the question: have we failed our service members? Though the VA Healthcare system is a great resource, too many veterans are unable to access it. Gordon exposes our society’s insufficient care for the men and women who’ve served our country and offers solutions to help right these wrongs. Learn More:

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In this continuation of last week’s antibiotic segment, we explore the prevalence of drug use within animal agriculture. Two-thirds of the yearly antibiotic supply are consumed by this industry. What’s the impact to people who ultimately eat these antibiotic-ridden meat, dairy, and produce products? Learn More:

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Antibiotics: The Growing Health Crisis We’re Not Talking About, Part 1 show art Antibiotics: The Growing Health Crisis We’re Not Talking About, Part 1

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People around the world have heavily relied on antibiotics to fight off infections for decades. Unfortunately, this dependency has created a global resistance to some of the drugs, leading to the deaths of more than one million people in 2019. Dr. John McKillip discusses the overuse, overprescribed, and misprescribed issues that, if left unchecked, could result in up to ten million deaths each year due to antibiotic resistance. Learn More:

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How To Overcome Your Mental Blocks To Reach Success show art How To Overcome Your Mental Blocks To Reach Success

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Mental toughness is usually a term reserved for athletes. However, Dr. Haley Perlus, an expert in performance psychology, explains why it’s so important for everyone to work on their mental fortitude. Perlus joins us this week to offer tips on how to work past those mental blocks and achieve your goals. Learn more:

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Medical Notes: November 13, 2022 show art Medical Notes: November 13, 2022

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Researchers are betting on gel in the fight against cancer. Then, CBD may be entering a new market. Then, Apple may be expanding into the health world. And finally, two tricks to help boost your memory. Learn More:

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Have We Relied Too Much on Healthcare? show art Have We Relied Too Much on Healthcare?

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Hospitals are a foundational part of our health, but Dr. Michael Stein, a primary care physician, believes we may be depending too much on medicine. He explains the difference between healthcare and public health, arguing that we should pay more attention to preventing conditions before they occur. Learn More:

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How Ordinary People Became America’s First Paramedics show art How Ordinary People Became America’s First Paramedics

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In 1966, Americans were more likely to die from a car crash than soldiers in the Vietnam War. Most people needing emergency assistance were carried to the hospital in the back of a police car. In his new book, Kevin Hazzard uncovers how our modern-day paramedics came to be. Learn More:

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Medical Notes: Week of November 6, 2022 show art Medical Notes: Week of November 6, 2022

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Should america stop outsourcing essential drug production? Then, CBD may be entering a new market. And finally, Teenage alcohol abuse will catch up to you later in life. Learn more:

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The Conversation Around Stillbirth That’s Long Overdue show art The Conversation Around Stillbirth That’s Long Overdue

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Elizabeth O’Donnell experienced a stillbirth in 2020. Through her grief, she created Aaliyah in Action, a non-profit that helps women in similar situations, in honor of her daughter. She believes stillbirth prevention needs to be a public conversation – one that can save thousands of babies. Learn More:

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Afraid of needles? It’s your lucky day. Then, according to research in the journal, Science, a seafood market in Wuhan, China has been confirmed as ground zero for the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, are antibiotics doing more harm than good? And finally, scientists are using mini antibodies, known as nanobodies, to treat neurocognitive diseases.

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