Sound Medicine is a weekly hour about health and medicine - featuring a lively blend of studio interviews, field reports and short items on topics ranging from nutrition to sports medicine, cancer to cardiology.
Friday, December 12, 2014 12:00am
The Sound Medicine program for Dec. 14 includes
- New research shows why you itch
- Having trouble swallowing that pill? Experts share the best techniques to avoid choking
- For some, the perfect selfie calls for desperate measures
- Should mental health patients be allowed to view their own therapist's notes?
- Debate: Should medical researchers be required to disclose personal biases?
- 'Everywhere I had skin, I itched:' A former TV news producer shares her personal story
Friday, December 5, 2014 12:00am
The "Sound Medicine" program for Dec. 7 includes
- False sense of harm can cause lung inflammation for those with asthma
- For kids with physical disabilities, weight loss can be challenging; expert shares tips
- Getting the most out of a vegetarian diet
- How immunotherapy is helping the fight against cancer
- Part 4: After cancer diagnosis, one doctor takes on two roles
- Stat: Dangerous encounters
- Checkup: Two left feet
Friday, November 28, 2014 12:00am
The "Sound Medicine" program for Nov. 30 includes
Friday, November 21, 2014 12:00am
The "Sound Medicine" program for Nov. 23 includes
- Before selecting health coverage for 2015, good-to-know tips
- From birth control to hot flashes, experts answer common Q's about perimenopause and menopause
- [Part 3] After cancer diagnosis, one doctor takes on two roles: expert and patient
- A breakdown of the 'Big Data' era
- Stat: Allergic or not?
- Checkup: High intensity interval training at the office
- Health News Headlines: Sugary drink companies still target kids
Friday, November 14, 2014 12:00am
The "Sound Medicine" program for Nov. 16 includes
- Toxic stress during childhood can lead to emotional and behavioral problems as an adult
- Part Two: After cancer diagnosis, one doctor takes on two roles: expert and patient
- Research encourages surgeons to ask about quality of life before operation
- Why is decreased blood flow to legs more common among women?
- A spoonful of chia seeds can do you harm
- Checkup: Does dark chocolate improve memory?
- Health News Headlines: New drug for Hep C; Researchers discover 'stupidity virus'