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Harvard Chan: This Week in Health brings you top health headlines—from wellness tips to important global health trends. You'll also hear insight from Harvard Chan experts.
 
The Voices in Leadership series at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health enhances the decision-making knowledge of students and generates ideas that can provide solutions and strategies to global and domestic health problems.
 
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This podcast is brought to you courtesy of Harvard Health Publications, where we deliver authoritative, trustworthy, and accessible health information, drawing on the expertise of Harvard Medical School’s physicians, researchers, and faculty members.
 
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A monthly podcast featuring real-world lessons, best practices, and action-oriented insights for the “You’re It” moments when you are called to lead. Each concise episode features insights from frontline leaders and the faculty of the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative (NPLI), a joint program of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. About the Host Eric J. McNulty is the Associate Director ...
 
Winner of the 2014 and 2015 National Association of Social Workers Media Award for "Best Radio Program".Hosted by Jon Cohan (CADC), Abby Dean (LICSW, MPH) and Woody Giessmann, (LADC-I, CADC, CIP, CA), the Right Turn Radio Podcast brings to the forefront all the issues surrounding drug addiction, alcohol abuse, and mental heath awareness. Our diverse group of guests run the gamut from Harvard Medical School professors to famous musicians, doctors, and addiction specialists, to comedians, Gove ...
 
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Anne C. Beal, MD, MPH, is dedicated to improving health care in the United States, particularly for vulnerable patient groups. Her career is devoted to providing access to high quality health care and has included delivering health care services, teaching, research, public health, and philanthropy. Dr. Beal is Senior Vice President and Head of ...…
 
March 29, 2018 — We often think of aging as an inevitable physical decline; as we get older our bodies break down and diseases begin to multiply. But what if that wasn't the case? What if we could change how we age and make our later years more healthy and fulfilling? That's the question we explore during our in-depth conversation with Will Mai ...…
 
While the US health care debate focuses on insurance and funding, many people struggle to schedule a doctor visit in timely manner. In rural areas, simply finding a doctor nearby can be a challenge. Nationwide there could be a shortage of somewhere between 40,800 and 104,900 physicians by 2030. Access to health care, in other words, means more ...…
 
Daniel: Welcome to The Future Adjustment: Chiropractic Economics Podcast Series on what’s new and notable in the world of chiropractic. I’m Dan Sosnoski, the Editor-in-Chief of Chiropractic Economics. And our guests today hardly need an introduction. They are two of the most famous names in chiropractic. First, let me welcome Dr. Arlan Fuhr, in ...…
 
The US as a Drug Culture and public health policies to solve this problem Dr. Steven Jonas is a professor emeritus of preventive medicine at Stony Brook University, where he has taught since 1971, and the author and editor of 35 books and numerous articles in academic journals and alternative news sites including OpedNews and the Greanville Pos ...…
 
The US as a Drug Culture and public health policies to solve this problem Dr. Steven Jonas is a professor emeritus of preventive medicine at Stony Brook University, where he has taught since 1971, and the author and editor of 35 books and numerous articles in academic journals and alternative news sites including OpedNews and the Greanville Pos ...…
 
Welcome to the Genealogy News from Geneatopia I’m Patty Roy, also known as Dinah Larkham in Second Life. Today is Tuesday March 13, 2018 and this is Episode 115. RootsTech 2018 This episode is devoted to RootsTech 2018 which took place from Wednesday, February 28, to Saturday, March 3. The first day on Wednesday consisted of sessions but the Ex ...…
 
Richard D. Wolff is a professor of economics who has come on the podcast to discuss current and historical perspectives on the economy, exploring how and why the system we live in generates the economic results we live with.They discuss the difference between neo-classical economics (a celebration of capitalism as the path to making the most pe ...…
 
How many pounds did I gain over the holidays?At this time of year, most of us think more seriously about weight loss and fitness. Americans spend between $100 & $200 billion on fitness products, diet food, and diet programs per year. THAT'S A LOT!Nevertheless, 40% of Americans are not just overweight but OBESE. And experts say the problem is ge ...…
 
Brandon Dyson of TLDRPharmacy.com who earned a PGY1 position at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital helps me provide solid advice about the pharmacy residency application process. He's part of the team that screens and interviews residents at his site. I have taken graduate coursework in rhetoric and professional communication and have an un ...…
 
Leading teenagers is simultaneously one of the hardest parts of youth ministry and one of the most rewarding — it’s a time of high stakes, yet great opportunity. In today’s episode of the Think Orange podcast, we talk to Josh Shipp, award-winning teen expert featured on MTV, CNN, and in The New York TImes, and author of, The Grown-Up’s Guide To ...…
 
Megan Epler Wood, the director of the International Sustainable Tourism Initiative at the Harvard School of Public Health, says there’s “no question” that sharing existing city space is good for the environment. The demand to build new hotels is incredibly high, according to Epler Wood, given that tourism is growing at twice the rate of global ...…
 
The deadline to sign up for the Public Health Option is quickly and quietly approaching. John McDonough (Harvard School for Public Health) talks about the future of health insurance and what you can do to make sure you’re not left out in the cold.
 
Dhruv Khullar, M.D., M.P.P. is a physician at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and a researcher at the Weill Cornell Department of Healthcare Policy and Research. He is also a contributor at the New York Times, where he explores the intersection of medicine, health policy, and economics. He recently worked in the ABC News Medical Unit, helping to ...…
 
Our discussion this month was with Dr. Paul Appelbaum. It ranged from the history of current settled ethical positions to hot issues in ethics and law in psychiatry today. We discuss the history of involuntary hospitalization, genetics, human freedom, and responsibility and how these issues impact practitioners, patients, the legal system, and ...…
 
Health at Every Size dietitian Lisa Pearl joins us to discuss breaking down internalized weight bias, how we relate to food and our bodies, fighting back against diet culture, the importance of a HAES approach to eating disorder treatment, body image and finding self-compassion, and so much more! PLUS, Christy answers a listener question about ...…
 
One of the best policies in America might just have the worst name: libertarian paternalism. Fortunately it's better known as 'nudge theory', and it has saved billions of dollars, huge numbers of lives, and subtly increased the nation's standard of living. How does it do all that? Harvard Law School professor Cass Sunstein explains that liberta ...…
 
In this episode of the motivational Personal Innovation podcast, I had chat with Gameli Adzaho who believes that we all can combine different skill sets and mixed passions to leave a dent on the universe. He advocates for a practical approach to learning, critical thinking and solving problems with the tools that are available today. […] The po ...…
 
”Careers in Global Development“ is a monthly series featuring U.S. senior-level, multilateral and NGO officials who have worked in the field of development for at least twenty years. The series is aimed at young professionals who are interested in working in development and will include a one-hour dialogue on both the specific expertise of the ...…
 
On Oct. 1, a new law goes into effect in Oregon making it illegal to do almost anything with your phone while you’re driving — besides making or receiving hands-free calls. We talk with Jay Winsten, associate dean of the Harvard School of Public Health, about how laws like this fit into the uphill battle to change people’s behavior when it come ...…
 
Sometimes we don’t know how valuable something is until we pay a big enough price. Check out the following story someone who learned how valuable sleep is. About five years ago, I fainted from exhaustion. I hit my head on my desk. I broke my cheekbone and got four stitches on my right eye. It […] The post 5 Startling Ways that Lack of Sleep May ...…
 
Sometimes we don’t know how valuable something is until we pay a big enough price. Check out the following story someone who learned how valuable sleep is. About five years ago, I fainted from exhaustion. I hit my head on my desk. I broke my cheekbone and got four stitches on my right eye. It started me on this journey of rediscovering sleep an ...…
 
Scott is a student at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health and the Associate Project Director of Charity Science: Health – a new charity founded within the effective altruism community with the goal of becoming one of the most cost-effective organizations in the global health space. Before joining the Charity Science team, Scott conducted c ...…
 
Since the Affordable Care Act was passed, there has been a lot of debate about the pros and cons of the bill. Ben Sommers, MD, PhD from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, joins us as to talk about his work in health care reform and the national debate regarding the ACA.
 
Sloan Lindemann Barnett ’93 is the author of the New York Times bestselling book Green Goes with Everything: Simple Steps to a Healthier Life and a Cleaner Planet. Lindemann Barnett has been a television and print journalist for more than 15 years, appearing on-air as a consumer and green contributor on NBC's Today Show, as well as the consumer ...…
 
Mike Dendy is Vice Chairman & CEO of Advanced Medical Pricing Solutions (AMPS), an Atlanta, GA-based health care cost management company, serving the self-funded (ERISA) payer community. Since joining the Company in 2005, Mike has overseen all aspects of AMPS management, ranging from sales and marketing, to finance and client relations. AMPS ha ...…
 
We are joined by Tamarra James Todd, PhD from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, who will talk to us about how chemicals can lead to the development of chronic disease as well as the racial and ethnic disparities in environmental chemical exposures.
 
Building stronger doctor-patient relationships (doctors are people, too!) An interview with Jenni Grover and Dr. Val Jones about the value (and stategy) of building terrific relationships with healthcare providers. Dr. Val Jones is a graduate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, board-certified in physical medicine and reh ...…
 
Have you ever wondered how emotions are made in our brains? This conversation with Lisa Feldman Barrett will explain this and more and as a result, you will be astounded. Full of scientifically backed concepts that you've probably never heard before, your view on how your brain manages how you feel at any given moment will be totally changed af ...…
 
This week we have a very special guest for you, it has been my honour to be able to interview Dr. Peter Breggin. Dr. Breggin is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and former Consultant at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). He has been called “The Conscience of Psychiatry” for his many decades of successful efforts to reform the mental ...…
 
Dr. Moka Lantum is co-founder of MicroClinic Technologies, a Nairobi based company, commercializing ZiDi, Africa's first enterprise health management solution for BoP clinics/hospitals provided as a hardware-software utility service through partnerships with both public and private institutions across Africa. As a social entrepreneur, he is com ...…
 
Bill Hanage, PhD, of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, discusses efforts to predict when and how certain types of bacteria may become resistant to treatment.
 
In this episode we focus on using data to help predict where home fires may occur and technology to help detect them in vacant properties. This episode also ties into an earlier one Data and Smoke Alarms in New Orleans that you might be interested in.Using data to predict firese start by talking with Jon Jay, a doctoral student at the Harvard S ...…
 
Joan Kaufman is a fascinating figure: Her long and storied career in China started in the early 1980s, when she was what she calls a “cappuccino-and-croissant socialist from Berkeley.” Today, she is the director for academics at the Schwarzman Scholars program at Tsinghua University and a lecturer in the department of Global Health and Social M ...…
 
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