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Talk about creating better health, health care outcomes and a new kind of health professional.

Latest Episodes

Corrie Whisner - Wheat All About It

Assistant professor Corrie Whisner recently sat down to talk to Scott Yates, Director of Communications and Producer Relations of the Washington Grain Council, on the podcast Wheat All About It about the effect of bread on the microbiome on an episode entitled “Gut Check—How Bread Boosts the Microbiome'. They discuss the benefits that derive from having a healthy gut, the result of trillions of one cell organisms acting like little refineries that not only keep us healthy but happy too.

28 MIN2019 DEC 7
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Corrie Whisner - Wheat All About It

Dr. Gillian Hamilton: Empathy for Dementia

(Originally aired on 91.5 KJZZ-FM, December 3, 2019) Faculty associate Dr. Gillian Hamilton is passionate about treating patients with dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. She is teaching her Health Solutions students to be empathetic for those dealing with it using a tool you might not expect - virtual reality. Hear more about her technique in Kathy Ritchie's report on KJZZ-FM.

4 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Dr. Gillian Hamilton: Empathy for Dementia

Maureen McCoy: Food Stamps and Arizona Working Families

(Originally aired on 91.5 KJZZ-FM, September 18, 2019) Proposed changes to SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, could affect up to 40,000 Arizonans, many of the working families. KJZZ reporter Bret Jaspers profiled one such family and spoke to lecturer Maureen McCoy to get an explanation on who qualifies for these benefits.

4 MIN2019 SEP 27
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Maureen McCoy: Food Stamps and Arizona Working Families

Matthew Speer: Measles Vaccinations a Must

(Originally aired on 91.5 KJZZ-FM, August 28, 2019) In August 2019, an international traveler competing in Arizona possibly exposed others to measles virus. This adds to the over 1,200 measles cases that have already been reported to the Center for Disease Control this year. Matthew Speer spoke to Nakiesha Johnson on KJZZ-FM Phoenix to stress the importance of being vaccinated for the measles.

1 MIN2019 SEP 11
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Matthew Speer: Measles Vaccinations a Must

Zach Cordell on Sound Bites: Culture, Food & Faith

(Originally released April 15, 2019) Zach Cordell recently joined the College of Health Solutions faculty as a lecturer after teaching in Florida. He is also a registered dietitian, speaker, podcast host and author. Earlier this year, prior to coming to ASU, he appeared on the Sound Bites podcast hosted by Melissa Joy Dobbins MS, RDN, CDE - The Guilt-Free RD. They have a fun conversation about how understanding someone's culture can help dietitians support patients make lasting health behavior changes.

67 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Zach Cordell on Sound Bites: Culture, Food & Faith

We Need To Talk 2019: Maternal mortality in the US

Highlights from the March 21 event. Maternal Mortality in the US- We Can and Must Do Better for Our Women & Mothers. The United States has the highest rate of maternal mortality in the developed world. African American women in particular are experiencing this statistic at much higher rates than other racial and ethnic groups. What can be done to reverse the course on this tragic reality for so many women and families in the U.S.? How do health care delivery systems contribute to the problem? How can they be part of the solution? What is the role of policy? What are the roles of race, racism and bias? Brought to you with support from ASU's Center for the Study of Race and Democracy. Co-sponsored by The Humanities Lecture Series.

10 MIN2019 AUG 3
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We Need To Talk 2019: Maternal mortality in the US

We Need To Talk 2019: Fake Health News

From the spring semester February 7 event. Fake health news: Trustworthy medical advice in the digital era. Can you trust the health information you’re getting on the web? How much should you base your health decisions on it? How can you know what information is accurate?

10 MIN2019 AUG 2
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We Need To Talk 2019: Fake Health News

Corrie Whisner on Zombified podcast

(Originally posted June 8, 2019) From the Zombified description: If you’re worried that you’ve been zombified by your diet, give this a listen! In this episode, nutritionist and ASU professor Corrie Whisner talks about food, diet and the nutritional needs of zombies. How does our relationship with food relate to our personal autonomy? How can we tell fact from fad in the diet industry? How many calories are in a brain? All your zombie diet questions, all answered here. Subscribe here.

83 MIN2019 JUN 19
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Corrie Whisner on Zombified podcast

Glenn Gaesser on Sound Bites podcast - Refined grains and diabetes

(Originally released May 15, 2019 - Sound Bites podcast) Refined grains sometimes get a bad rap, but Glenn Gaesser recently joined Sound Bites RD Melissa Joy Dobbins to discuss the benefits and its effects on diabetes. While they are frequently characterized as unhealthy, this can be attributed to their inclusion in a dietary pattern that contains other foods that are the real culprits in the link between an unhealthy dietary pattern and increased risk of a number of chronic diseases. Given this, we might consider differentiating between what could be called “indulgent grains,” which are usually fried and/or covered in sugar, and refined grains, which have been enriched and/or fortified to help alleviate shortfalls of vital nutrients including B-vitamins, folic acid, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, and the mineral iron.

54 MIN2019 MAY 31
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Glenn Gaesser on Sound Bites podcast - Refined grains and diabetes

State Press Play: Megan Kniskern on Orthorexia

What is Orthorexia? That is the question that State Press podcaster Farah Eltohamy had for Megan Kniskern, a lecturer of nutrition and health promotion in the College of Health Solutions. Is it dangerous to strive to be too healthy? That is part of the answer.

9 MIN2019 FEB 21
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State Press Play: Megan Kniskern on Orthorexia

Latest Episodes

Corrie Whisner - Wheat All About It

Assistant professor Corrie Whisner recently sat down to talk to Scott Yates, Director of Communications and Producer Relations of the Washington Grain Council, on the podcast Wheat All About It about the effect of bread on the microbiome on an episode entitled “Gut Check—How Bread Boosts the Microbiome'. They discuss the benefits that derive from having a healthy gut, the result of trillions of one cell organisms acting like little refineries that not only keep us healthy but happy too.

28 MIN2019 DEC 7
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Corrie Whisner - Wheat All About It

Dr. Gillian Hamilton: Empathy for Dementia

(Originally aired on 91.5 KJZZ-FM, December 3, 2019) Faculty associate Dr. Gillian Hamilton is passionate about treating patients with dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. She is teaching her Health Solutions students to be empathetic for those dealing with it using a tool you might not expect - virtual reality. Hear more about her technique in Kathy Ritchie's report on KJZZ-FM.

4 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Dr. Gillian Hamilton: Empathy for Dementia

Maureen McCoy: Food Stamps and Arizona Working Families

(Originally aired on 91.5 KJZZ-FM, September 18, 2019) Proposed changes to SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, could affect up to 40,000 Arizonans, many of the working families. KJZZ reporter Bret Jaspers profiled one such family and spoke to lecturer Maureen McCoy to get an explanation on who qualifies for these benefits.

4 MIN2019 SEP 27
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Maureen McCoy: Food Stamps and Arizona Working Families

Matthew Speer: Measles Vaccinations a Must

(Originally aired on 91.5 KJZZ-FM, August 28, 2019) In August 2019, an international traveler competing in Arizona possibly exposed others to measles virus. This adds to the over 1,200 measles cases that have already been reported to the Center for Disease Control this year. Matthew Speer spoke to Nakiesha Johnson on KJZZ-FM Phoenix to stress the importance of being vaccinated for the measles.

1 MIN2019 SEP 11
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Matthew Speer: Measles Vaccinations a Must

Zach Cordell on Sound Bites: Culture, Food & Faith

(Originally released April 15, 2019) Zach Cordell recently joined the College of Health Solutions faculty as a lecturer after teaching in Florida. He is also a registered dietitian, speaker, podcast host and author. Earlier this year, prior to coming to ASU, he appeared on the Sound Bites podcast hosted by Melissa Joy Dobbins MS, RDN, CDE - The Guilt-Free RD. They have a fun conversation about how understanding someone's culture can help dietitians support patients make lasting health behavior changes.

67 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Zach Cordell on Sound Bites: Culture, Food & Faith

We Need To Talk 2019: Maternal mortality in the US

Highlights from the March 21 event. Maternal Mortality in the US- We Can and Must Do Better for Our Women & Mothers. The United States has the highest rate of maternal mortality in the developed world. African American women in particular are experiencing this statistic at much higher rates than other racial and ethnic groups. What can be done to reverse the course on this tragic reality for so many women and families in the U.S.? How do health care delivery systems contribute to the problem? How can they be part of the solution? What is the role of policy? What are the roles of race, racism and bias? Brought to you with support from ASU's Center for the Study of Race and Democracy. Co-sponsored by The Humanities Lecture Series.

10 MIN2019 AUG 3
Comments
We Need To Talk 2019: Maternal mortality in the US

We Need To Talk 2019: Fake Health News

From the spring semester February 7 event. Fake health news: Trustworthy medical advice in the digital era. Can you trust the health information you’re getting on the web? How much should you base your health decisions on it? How can you know what information is accurate?

10 MIN2019 AUG 2
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We Need To Talk 2019: Fake Health News

Corrie Whisner on Zombified podcast

(Originally posted June 8, 2019) From the Zombified description: If you’re worried that you’ve been zombified by your diet, give this a listen! In this episode, nutritionist and ASU professor Corrie Whisner talks about food, diet and the nutritional needs of zombies. How does our relationship with food relate to our personal autonomy? How can we tell fact from fad in the diet industry? How many calories are in a brain? All your zombie diet questions, all answered here. Subscribe here.

83 MIN2019 JUN 19
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Corrie Whisner on Zombified podcast

Glenn Gaesser on Sound Bites podcast - Refined grains and diabetes

(Originally released May 15, 2019 - Sound Bites podcast) Refined grains sometimes get a bad rap, but Glenn Gaesser recently joined Sound Bites RD Melissa Joy Dobbins to discuss the benefits and its effects on diabetes. While they are frequently characterized as unhealthy, this can be attributed to their inclusion in a dietary pattern that contains other foods that are the real culprits in the link between an unhealthy dietary pattern and increased risk of a number of chronic diseases. Given this, we might consider differentiating between what could be called “indulgent grains,” which are usually fried and/or covered in sugar, and refined grains, which have been enriched and/or fortified to help alleviate shortfalls of vital nutrients including B-vitamins, folic acid, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, and the mineral iron.

54 MIN2019 MAY 31
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Glenn Gaesser on Sound Bites podcast - Refined grains and diabetes

State Press Play: Megan Kniskern on Orthorexia

What is Orthorexia? That is the question that State Press podcaster Farah Eltohamy had for Megan Kniskern, a lecturer of nutrition and health promotion in the College of Health Solutions. Is it dangerous to strive to be too healthy? That is part of the answer.

9 MIN2019 FEB 21
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State Press Play: Megan Kniskern on Orthorexia
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