What's Health Got to Do with It? is a weekly talk program that examines where healthcare intersects with daily life, and will help guide the listeners through an increasingly convoluted medical bureaucracy. These days, health is a lot more than Googling the latest medical breakthrough or seeing your doctor. Staying healthy when you are well and getting healthy when you are sick means knowing how to interact and navigate an incredibly complex healthcare system.
Health care roundtable: Syphilis surge, life expectancy and vaccinations
In this week's health care roundup, our expert panel discusses pressing issues like a sharp rise in syphilis cases, the widening gender gap in life expectancy and the intricacies of COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
Nurse practitioners: Crucial providers on the frontlines
We are honored to have Stephen Ferrara, president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and Kelly Rojas, a doctor of nursing practice student, guiding us through the pivotal role of nurse practitioners in the post-COVID health care landscape. Then, as we approach the holiday season, stay tuned for some mindful tips to navigate the festivities with licensed clinical social worker Lindsey Bennett.
Raising awareness of epilepsy, and thoughts for your Thanksgiving celebration
November is a month we come together to shine a spotlight on epilepsy awareness. Then, we get some food for thought to keep in mind this holiday season.
Alzheimer's and pancreatic cancer: Two formidable adversaries
November is a month of shared recognition for both diseases. We explore the health landscape for each.
Medical roundtable; Breast Cancer Awareness Month
This week, our esteemed medical roundtable delves into the forefront of healthcare, dissecting the latest advancements and trends.
A conversation with Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld of the American Medical Association
Ehrenfeld discusses a wide range of topics including the COVID-19 pandemic, politics in the medical community and the AMA's role in shaping American health care.
Every show I learn soooo much!
Thank you Dr Sirven