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Every week, The Sound Medicine Radio Hour introduces you to doctors, clinicians, and research scientists from around the world, exploring current news and health issues.
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Some people infected with pathogens spread their germs to others while remaining symptom-free themselves. Now, investigators at the Stanford...
"If you had a choice between wearing a hospital gown or your own pajamas, which would you choose? Our next guest actually asked that question. Dr....
Jaclyn Keifer, a registered dietician with IU Health, shares tips on packing healthy school lunches.
"A study published in September by the National Bureau of Economic Research challenged the conventional problem that blames the infant mortality...
In this week's "Stat," Eric Metcalf reports on a pledge made by food and beverage companies.
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