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Learn how to live a life of fullness and how to recover your emotional harmony with Dr Carmen Roman. She will share with you current psychology by sharing herself and interviewing experts who will inspire you. Living in harmony is possible if you know the psychological effects of your emotions and how to handle them. Subscribe in Apple podcast or visit www.EmotionsinHarmony.org ESPAÑOL Aprende como vivir en plenitud y como recuperar tu salud emocional con la Dra. Carmen Román. Ella compartir ...
 
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Barrington Hwang, MD, y Eric Zabriskie, MD, conversan sobre el sistema peruano de salud mental con Jose Alberto Arriola Vigo, MD, MPH, un profesor asistente de psiquiatría en University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Específicamente, el doctor Arriola Vigo nos cuenta su camino a la especialidad de psiquiatría, las diferencias entre Perú…
 
Dr. Monica Taylor-Desir is a psychiatrist that has served American Indian Communities for the past fourteen years and passionately advocated for the mental health care of her patients.After completing her psychiatry residency and community psychiatry/public health fellowship at Emory University Dr. Taylor-Desir started her career as a National Heal…
 
Bharat Sampathi, MD, interviews Rona Hu, MD, from Stanford University School of Medicine on her initiative Stanford CHIPAO (Communication Health Interactive for Parents of Adolescents and Others). We discuss her theatrical vignettes addressing parent-child conflict, mental health in immigrant families, and cultural psychiatry. https://www.stanfordc…
 
This topic is very important to improve communication and the relationship with our children in general, because according to the results of Dr. Cindy Sauln’s research, there are many messages and messengers hidden in the dreams of children. In addition, this podcast talks about the connection between the emotional state of children in relation to …
 
There’s only a few more weeks to fill out the US Census before the deadline on October 31st! The pandemic has hurt responses in Isla Vista, because students left town before the end of spring quarter. According to a UCSB Student Affairs email sent last week, just 54% of Isla Vista residents have completed the census. KCSB News spoke with Viviana Ma…
 
The United States Post Office has been dragged into a bitter political fight in the weeks leading to the presidential election over the issue of mail-in voting, and whether the service is prepared to handle a deluge of mailed ballots. KCSB's Harry Lawton talked to local Congressman Salud Carbajal about the situation in Santa Barbara and nationally.…
 
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who served on the court for over 27 years as a fierce pioneer of gender equality, was honored on Wednesday in a private service at the court’s Great Hall attended by her family, close friends, and the remaining eight justices. Following the news of her death, countless services have been held in her honor …
 
Parents helping their children move in to Isla Vista this past weekend were spotted without masks - not setting a good example, to be sure. Jonathan Abboud, general manager of the Isla Vista Community Services District (IVCSD) joins host Dick Flacks on this episode to offer a 'state of COVID-19 in Isla Vista and offer an inside peek at what's in th…
 
Movement issues are central to Parkinson’s disease (PD), even in the early stages before complications may become obvious. From the time of diagnosis and throughout the course of the disease, movement and staying physically active are essential. Both regular exercise and physical therapy can help people with PD keep moving well and for as long as p…
 
The remarkable changes that we are experiencing worldwide have made us realize that stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia are the order of the day and anyone can suffer from it; we are human and every day we face various situations that can take us out of our comfort zone, making us feel nervous and afraid. The number of people who are sufferin…
 
Santa Barbara County is taking action against the surge of coronavirus among the Central Coast migrant farmworker community with a new health officer order and housing program. KCSB's Aubrey Valerio spoke to Lucas Zucker, the policy and communications director at the Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE), about the importa…
 
Isla Vista COVID-19 cases hit 200 today, and that can be especially stressful for residents who have a lot of housemates. How do you social distance in this situation? And what happens if your housemate starts showing signs of COVID19? KCSB's Alexandra Goldberg speaks with UCSB Medical Director, Dr. Ali Javanbakht, MD, who offers guidance to studen…
 
Have you been cautious enough these past months? One of the many things that we've learned from this "stay home" journey is that we need to be prepared for all kinds of situations. Although being home all day can be pretty safe, a lot of unplanned situations could take place at any moment; natural disasters, sickness, or family emergencies are thin…
 
UCSB’s Student Affairs relayed information about the universities’ approach to the coronavirus pandemic in a public webinar last Wednesday, September 2nd. Dr. Margaret Klawunn, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, said there will be no in person instruction except specialized labs and studios, no campus housing except for students with special circ…
 
Community ambassadors are coming to Isla Vista - but they won't be shutting down big parties, including one with a bounce house that's popped up the past two weekends. In this episode - find out how Santa Barbara County Public Health and UCSB leadership are collaborating to engage students into complying with health guidelines to slow down the spre…
 
The 19th Amendment recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, commemorating the moment that voting became a right regardless of gender in the United States. However, it’s crucial to remember that millions of women, including women of color, were excluded from the amendment, and that achieving the right to vote is an ongoing struggle for many Americ…
 
Clinical studies, studies that involve people, first use healthy people to test a drug’s safety and then use people with a disease or condition to prove that the drug works as intended. They are essential for bringing any new therapy to the public. Getting U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for devices require rigorous studies, as well. Rec…
 
The future of business, school and university openings in Santa Barbara County could hinge on whether or not COVID-19 cases in Isla Vista can be contained. On this episode, KCSB's Aubrey Valerio speaks with Nick Welsh of the Santa Barbara Independent, who describes “Isla Vista as a Ticking Bomb that needs Tools to Defuse.”First, Max Abrams, lead ne…
 
This year’s November election will look much different amid the pandemic and increased prevalence of mail-in voting. While the presidential election gets the most attention on a national level, local congressional races and ballot measures often have the most direct influence on our communities. Revae Moran, Voter Service Director for the League of…
 
Transgender and non-binary Americans have long been plagued by voter suppression, primarily due to voter ID laws that disenfranchise those who do not match the name and gender of their identification documents. These laws, which are present in 35 states, often require costly procedures in order to change a person’s driver’s license - with some stat…
 
QAnon -- the far-rightist conspiracy movement -- continues to pervade American and international politics with controversial theories and a seemingly pro-Trump agenda. With the general election approaching, QAnon could have a significant impact on who is elected for president this November, and even who will occupy seats in Congress. KCSB News join…
 
COVID-19 cases have been on the rise in Isla Vista (141 cases, 1 death), even as infections across the rest of the county are going down. Santa Barbara County Public Health Officer Dr. Henning Ansorg joins KCSB's Grace Aldrich to explain COVID risks for younger people and what concerns him most as a public health officer.Later in the show, find out…
 
When people take a prescribed drug, they rarely if ever consider how it came to be. They assume it is the right drug and will work safely as it is supposed to. But leading up to that drug being available is a long process of discovery or invention of the molecule based on knowledge of the biology it is supposed to affect, then testing in the labora…
 
KCSB News is working to keep you informed about COVID-19 news in the UCSB-Isla Vista and Santa Barbara areas, with support from students and community members who share the same goal. Among them is Sunny Hong, a graduating UCSB senior with a major in Statistics and Data Science who spearheaded her own COVID-19 mitigation campaign earlier this month…
 
Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election took the form of rampant misinformation and conspiracy theories on Facebook. With the upcoming 2020 election, misinformation on social media platforms remains a pressing issue for both developers and voters. KCSB’s Aubrey Valerio spoke with Erica Woods, a state public policy spokesperson at Fac…
 
This year's election will feature more mail-in voting than any presidential election in US History - and support for the process is increasingly partisan. According to a CNN poll, 53% of Biden supporters said they preferred to vote by mail, whereas 66% of Trump supporters said they preferred to vote in person. KCSB's Ashley Rusch sat down with Caro…
 
Now that we are spending way more time inside our home, the amount of - natural or artificial - lighting that we receive is a factor we should always have in mind; Inadequate lighting is commonly associated with depression, anxiety, and many mental health problems. In these times of working and studying from home, paying enough attention to what ou…
 
Youth are at greater risk to mental health issues during the coronavirus pandemic. KCSB’s Robert Stark speaks with Stanford clinical professor of psychology, Dr. Steven Adelsheim, and Rachel Velcoff Hults, equity and access attorney at the national center for youth law, also at Stanford about the social and environmental impact of this mental healt…
 
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