The laboratory seems worlds away from the farm, but according to Dr. Daphne Miller, they’re more closely connected than you might think. This hour on Focus, Lisa Bralts talks with Dr. Miller about her argument that farming can teach us a lot about health.
Do you experience wanderlust? Or do you have yet to catch the travel bug? This hour on Focus, we’ll listen to a conversation host Jim Meadows had with public radio host, TV personality and world-renowned travel writer and broadcaster Rick Steves.
Have you ever had a moment at work when you were so overwhelmed by how you felt, either for personal reasons or because of something that happened at work that it was hard for you to function? This hour on Focus, we'll hear about the intersection between human emotion, medicine and patient care.
This hour on Focus, we’ll learn more about how yoga affects memory. Then, we’ll hear about the different styles of yoga, why it was originally practiced and how it has changed as it’s become more popular as a form of exercise in the West.
The Affordable Care Act is a huge, and sometimes confusing, piece of legislation. To complicate things further, there are a lot of questions and misinformation surrounding implementation of Illinois’ new health care exchanges. This hour on Focus, we’ll talk about what to expect this fall.
Will you really catch cold quicker if you go outside with wet hair? Is swimming after a meal really dangerous? This hour on Focus, we talk with Brian Udermann about the answers to these questions and the truth behind other common bits of motherly advice. We welcome your questions this hour!
The fifth edition of the Diagnostics and Statistics Manual of Mental Disorders, which is used to diagnose mental illness, has been the subject of much debate. This hour on Focus, we’ll talk with author and psychotherapist Gary Greenberg about the DSM-5 and why it’s so much more controversial than the DSM-4.