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Interviews with doctors, researchers, and medical experts on topics that range from healthy aging to dangerous zoonoses. Host Barbara Lewis is joined each week by Indiana University School of Medicine faculty, including Drs. Steven Bogdewic, David Crabb, Eric Meslin, and Kathy Miller. Sound Medicine is produced by the Indiana University School of Medicine and WFYI Public Radio.
||Sound Medicine: 04-06-2014||The "Sound Medicine" program for April 6 includes segments about a new test that indicates whether pancreatic cysts are benign, a minimally invasive treatment for basal cell carcinoma, and spelling out the ABCs of breast cancer.||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sound Medicine: 03-30-14||The "Sound Medicine" program for March 30 includes segments about a possible "cure" for HIV-positive newborns, why researchers arent publishing their clinical trials, and the life of the Michelangelo of medicine.||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sound Medicine: 03-23-2014||"Sound Medicine" announces its program for March 23, including segments about advances in nanotechnology, the safety concerns about nanoparticles, and establishing healthy eating patterns for children.||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sound Medicine: 03-16-2014||"Sound Medicine" announces its program for March 16, including segments about how a lack of sleep can cause health problems, new devices dentists can use to treat sleep apnea, and how exercise can improve overall health.||Free||View In iTunes|
Reliable and accurate news on current health topics
Sound Medicine is an excellent health-news program produced by Indiana University School of Medicine, and it usually comes on NPR every Sunday in Indianapolis. The program brings in experts to cover a vast range of topics from cancers to the common cold. It is a professionally produced program and very interesting to listen to, even for those not in health-related jobs. I subscribe to many other podcasts on health, and Sound Medicine is hands down the most informative, up-to-date, and interesting podcast out there.
Terrific research -- question authority!
Use a single research paper - get burned, put them all together and find the truth. This is one source that makes the effort to make sense of all the research available.
excellent production quality