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Sound Body is a weekly program of information to help you manage your overall health and well-being. Topics have included Migraines & other headaches, Diabetes diagnosis & tips; Dental Health; Mental Health & Aging; Lowering Cholesterol; The Elephant Cure; Nutrition & exercise; Health Care Proxies and Living Wills.

Latest Episodes

Sound Body #1942: It’s a Noisy World, 10/18/19

A New Yorker article looking at the dangers of noise pollution to humans and other species. Includes information about the painful hearing condition called “hyperacusis”, methods to measure noise, and ways to reduce this auditory environmental pollution.

28 MIN3 d ago
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Sound Body #1942: It’s a Noisy World, 10/18/19

Sound Body #1941: Diabetic Living 10/11/19

The Diabetic Living summer 2019 issue. Articles include helpful information about how to appeal a medical insurance claim denial, diabetes toolkits that can be delivered direct to home without the hassle of insurance or prescriptions, how to find the right footwear if you have neuropathy, and how the "Orange is the New Black” star Lea DeLaria manages her Type 2 diabetes.

28 MIN1 w ago
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Sound Body #1941: Diabetic Living 10/11/19

Sound Body #1940: The New Face of Multiple Sclerosis 10/04/19

The actress Selma Blair is bringing new attention to the autoimmune disorder Multiple Sclerosis after being diagnosed in October 2018. Also articles outlining the symptoms and treatment for MS, as well as information about the difference between relapsing-remitting MS and secondary progressive MS.

28 MIN2 w ago
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Sound Body #1940: The New Face of Multiple Sclerosis 10/04/19

Sound Body #1939: Tech Burgers 09/27/19

Consumer Reports looks at a new type of plant-based burger that tastes and has a texture more like beef than traditional veggie burgers do. Beyond and Impossible burgers are being marketed in grocery stores and restaurants as healthier for humans and better for the environment.

28 MIN3 w ago
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Sound Body #1939: Tech Burgers 09/27/19

Sound Body #1938: Face Blindness 09/20/19

People with prosopagnosia often have difficulty recognizing family members, close friends, and even themselves. A personal essay from a Washington Post staffer about living with face blindness.

28 MINSEP 16
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Sound Body #1938: Face Blindness 09/20/19

Sound Body #1937: The Science of Gun Violence, 09/13/19

While citizens rally and politicians take sides, researchers and medical professionals are coming to the conclusion that using a public health model may help modify gun violence in our country. Like the impact of smoking on disease, or the impact of creating safer cars to decrease auto fatalities - curbing gun violence may be impacted by changing perceptions and behaviors through research.

28 MINSEP 9
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Sound Body #1937: The Science of Gun Violence, 09/13/19

Sound Body #1936: Go Fund Me Conclusion, 09/06/19

Almost half of the money raised by crowdfunding sites like GoFundMe and YouCaring go towards medical emergencies and the resulting health care costs. In the conclusion to this New Yorker article we also hear about fraudulent fund raising on GoFundMe, and some of the reasons why it is an inequitable method of providing health care.

28 MINSEP 2
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Sound Body #1936: Go Fund Me Conclusion, 09/06/19

Sound Body #1935: GoFundMe 08/30/19

Almost half of the money raised by crowdfunding sites like GoFundMe and YouCaring go towards medical emergencies and the resulting health care costs.

27 MINAUG 26
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Sound Body #1935: GoFundMe 08/30/19

Sound Body #1934: Tame Anxiety 08/23/19

: Survey data suggests that anxiety is a major psychological issue in the 21st century. Ways to manage anxiety and move forward despite it. Also a mental health app designed to help people suffering from anxiety.

28 MINAUG 19
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Sound Body #1934: Tame Anxiety 08/23/19

Sound Body #1933: Diabetes Awareness, 08/16/19

USA Today supplement Diabetes Awareness, includes personal stories, information on CBD, emerging needle technology, and nutrition.

28 MINAUG 12
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Sound Body #1933: Diabetes Awareness, 08/16/19

Latest Episodes

Sound Body #1942: It’s a Noisy World, 10/18/19

A New Yorker article looking at the dangers of noise pollution to humans and other species. Includes information about the painful hearing condition called “hyperacusis”, methods to measure noise, and ways to reduce this auditory environmental pollution.

28 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Sound Body #1942: It’s a Noisy World, 10/18/19

Sound Body #1941: Diabetic Living 10/11/19

The Diabetic Living summer 2019 issue. Articles include helpful information about how to appeal a medical insurance claim denial, diabetes toolkits that can be delivered direct to home without the hassle of insurance or prescriptions, how to find the right footwear if you have neuropathy, and how the "Orange is the New Black” star Lea DeLaria manages her Type 2 diabetes.

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Sound Body #1941: Diabetic Living 10/11/19

Sound Body #1940: The New Face of Multiple Sclerosis 10/04/19

The actress Selma Blair is bringing new attention to the autoimmune disorder Multiple Sclerosis after being diagnosed in October 2018. Also articles outlining the symptoms and treatment for MS, as well as information about the difference between relapsing-remitting MS and secondary progressive MS.

28 MIN2 w ago
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Sound Body #1940: The New Face of Multiple Sclerosis 10/04/19

Sound Body #1939: Tech Burgers 09/27/19

Consumer Reports looks at a new type of plant-based burger that tastes and has a texture more like beef than traditional veggie burgers do. Beyond and Impossible burgers are being marketed in grocery stores and restaurants as healthier for humans and better for the environment.

28 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Sound Body #1939: Tech Burgers 09/27/19

Sound Body #1938: Face Blindness 09/20/19

People with prosopagnosia often have difficulty recognizing family members, close friends, and even themselves. A personal essay from a Washington Post staffer about living with face blindness.

28 MINSEP 16
Comments
Sound Body #1938: Face Blindness 09/20/19

Sound Body #1937: The Science of Gun Violence, 09/13/19

While citizens rally and politicians take sides, researchers and medical professionals are coming to the conclusion that using a public health model may help modify gun violence in our country. Like the impact of smoking on disease, or the impact of creating safer cars to decrease auto fatalities - curbing gun violence may be impacted by changing perceptions and behaviors through research.

28 MINSEP 9
Comments
Sound Body #1937: The Science of Gun Violence, 09/13/19

Sound Body #1936: Go Fund Me Conclusion, 09/06/19

Almost half of the money raised by crowdfunding sites like GoFundMe and YouCaring go towards medical emergencies and the resulting health care costs. In the conclusion to this New Yorker article we also hear about fraudulent fund raising on GoFundMe, and some of the reasons why it is an inequitable method of providing health care.

28 MINSEP 2
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Sound Body #1936: Go Fund Me Conclusion, 09/06/19

Sound Body #1935: GoFundMe 08/30/19

Almost half of the money raised by crowdfunding sites like GoFundMe and YouCaring go towards medical emergencies and the resulting health care costs.

27 MINAUG 26
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Sound Body #1935: GoFundMe 08/30/19

Sound Body #1934: Tame Anxiety 08/23/19

: Survey data suggests that anxiety is a major psychological issue in the 21st century. Ways to manage anxiety and move forward despite it. Also a mental health app designed to help people suffering from anxiety.

28 MINAUG 19
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Sound Body #1934: Tame Anxiety 08/23/19

Sound Body #1933: Diabetes Awareness, 08/16/19

USA Today supplement Diabetes Awareness, includes personal stories, information on CBD, emerging needle technology, and nutrition.

28 MINAUG 12
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Sound Body #1933: Diabetes Awareness, 08/16/19