Broadcasts/Podcasts
Yes, it is true. Male contraception is on the horizon. Research shows that contrary to what many suggest, men care about contraception - and they see it as a shared responsibility. Today's guest Dr. Stephanie Page, is a lead clinician in current ground-breaking research in the area of male contraception.
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Learn about a caring, thoughtful approach to a healthy pre and post childbirth experience for baby and mom - without the trauma and with all the love.  In fact, this approach creates a lifelong foundation for mom and baby.
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We too often focus on our physical concerns from a physical only perspective. And yet, our psychological underpinnings - our emotional responses - have significant impact on our physical and emotional well-being.  Learn about the emotional impact of a disease that according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention affects "an estimated 2.7–6.1 million people in the United States have AFib.
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Something Happened in Our Town describes a traumatic event—a police shooting—from the perspective of a White family and an African American family.  Learn ways to have productive conversations around racial-ethnic socialization and social-emotional learning. Something Happened  is  an excellent platform for discussing social justice and race relations with 
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MyNDTALK – Grit - Dr. Angela Duckworth

Thursday, November 15, 2018
The daughter of a scientist who frequently noted her lack of “genius,” Angela Duckworth is now a celebrated researcher and professor. It was her early eye-opening stints in teaching, business consulting, and neuroscience that led to her hypothesis about what really drives success: not genius, but a unique combination of passion and long-term perseverance.
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In Sick to Death!filmmaker Maggie Hadleigh-West exposes her own disturbing, yet determined, thirty-year struggle to regain her spiraling health. After seeing hundreds of doctors who either disregarded her symptoms, misdiagnosed or under treated her, Maggie discovers that her life-long thyroid problem was a fully understood medical issue as early as 1914, yet, she says, it’s been obscured by systemic medical corruption, pharmaceutical greed and physician negligence, leaving more than 750 million people sick and suffering world-wide.
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MyNDTALK - MASS - Jo Scott-Coe

Wednesday, October 31, 2018
 On August 1, 1966, after murdering his wife and mother at home, Charles Whitman climbed the clock tower at UT Austin and ordained himself high priest of the first televised mass shooting and "domestic terror" spectacle in American history. Without realizing it, Whitman replicated a twisted version of the Catholic rituals he had learned as an altar boy, in a culture where he saw how priests and fathers could get away with almost anything​.
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The Common Core State Standards Initiative is one of the most controversial pieces of education policy to emerge in decades. Detailing what and when K–12 students should be taught, it has led to expensive reforms and displaced other valuable ways to educate children. In this nuanced and provocative conversation, Nicholas Tampio argues that, though national standards can raise the education bar for some students, the democratic costs outweigh the benefits.
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Is it a growing epidemic - or is there more awareness? Is there a time when it starts? Is there a way that it starts? Is there a who? Is there a why? Learn the answer to these questions and more from Dr. Ankur Desai, a Medical Director with AmeriHealth Caritas.
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A noted religious scholars draws on centuries of Qur'ānic and Biblical studies to offer rigorous and revelatory commentary on how these holy books are intrinsically connected.
Reynolds demonstrates how Jewish and Christian characters, imagery, and literary devices feature prominently in the Qur'ān, including stories of angels bowing before Adam and of Jesus speaking as an infant.
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