The “Sound Medicine” program for July 20 includes conversations about the problem of intimate partner violence in military women; how different modes of transportation affect happiness; preventing and treating migraines through electrical stimulation; and what happens when surgeries end badly.
The “Sound Medicine” program for July 13, 2014, includes segments about the pressure on doctors to participate in lethal injections; how cellphones affect your health; depression and diabetes; and prisoner health care.
The “Sound Medicine” program for July 6 features our favorite kid-related shows from the past, including discussion of Amish children and allergies; cavities in preschoolers; and children’s hypertension.
The “Sound Medicine” program for June 8 features segments covering a new medication that can help prevent HIV in high-risk adults, behind the scenes of “The Fault in Our Stars,” and the importance of swim lessons for children.
The “Sound Medicine” program for May 25 revisits reports on cutting-edge surgery, including segments about the complexity of facial transplants, removing tumors through the nose, and alternatives to Mohs surgery for basal cell carcinoma.
The “Sound Medicine” program for May 11 includes segments about pediatricians refusing to treat children who are unvaccinated, the second segment of dementia care decisions, and a medical journal for medical students.