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Air Quality, Climate Change & Health Impacts with Drs. Alan Greenglass & Pouné Saberi
A couple of climate change health experts and advocates join for a timely discussion on the clinical impact of pollution and air quality.
Advancements in Lung Transplants with the Cleveland Clinic Team
A trio of experts from the Cleveland Clinic join Dr. Rizzo for a talk on lung transplant trends and challenges in the US.
Tuberculosis: Storied History & Continued Hurdles
CDC tuberculosis lead Dr. Phillip LoBue joins to discuss the past and present issues of the disease, in time for TB Awareness Day on March 24.
The Discriminate Effect of COVID-19 with Dr. Donald Alcendor
A conversation with an expert virologist and public health advocate on the scientific and societal machinations of COVID-19 vaccination.
New Asthma Management Guidelines Primer with Dr. Anne Dixon
A discussion around obesity's effect on asthma, and the newest recommendations for managed care.
COPD Check-In with Dr. MeiLan Han
Our last episode of 2020 caps advances and ongoing research into the most burdensome chronic respiratory disease in the US.
Terrible production quality. Extraneous noises, guest’s voice often too soft to hear, but host's voice often blaring. Useful information didn’t begin to be presented until a full fifteen minutes into the podcast. I was hoping for a succinct summary of the new guidelines with some additional perspective from one of the authors, but I wasn’t able to make it through more than ten minutes, after skipping past the first fifteen, and honestly just got tired of constantly turning my volume way up and then way down on my commute home. Oh well.