Radio Shows: September 2011

829 Medicare

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Medicare has become a punching bag for politicians. In fact, it was controversial right at the start. But for many decades now, it has been one of the most popular programs for senior citizens, allowing them access to health care... (Read More)
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828 Dyslexia

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As youngsters across the country settle into a new school year, some parents will receive disturbing news: little Jason or Emma has dyslexia. While this difficulty in processing written words can create challenges, it can be overcome with creativity. Two... (Read More)
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827 Health News Update

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There's no doubt that exercise can benefit heart health and may even provide a psychological boost. But new research shows how exercise can help protect the brain from chemical injury. Run, run, run! Doctors' white coats give an image of... (Read More)
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Ten years ago, the Institute of Medicine shocked the medical establishment when it published To Err Is Human. The experts of the IOM estimated that nearly 100,000 Americans died of medical errors in hospitals every year. More studies of the... (Read More)
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