Host John Schumann speaks with Leslie Kernisan, a geriatrician in San Francisco and author of the "GeriTech" blog. Gary Schwitzer of HealthNewsReview.org reviews the week's health news, and we hear an essay from Janet Pearson about the experience of enrolling her husband in Medicare.
How does water relate to energy, and the progress of human civilization? Hosts Jason Aamodt and Rick Munoz speak with Steven Solomon about his book, Water: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power, and Civilization. As Solomon points out, water has historically been a source of energy, a means of transporting energy, and a way that energy consumed. The interview, like the book, spans the history of our world, and delves into the factors of the water-energy nexus that will shape our future.
Host John Schumann speaks with Daniel Siegel, a UCLA psychiatrist and author of the best-selling new book "Brainstorm." Gary Schwitzer of HealthNewsReview.org reviews the week's health news, and we present an essay by Harvard Medical Student Shara Yurkiewicz entitled "Being Sorry."
This program aired on February 27 and 28 on Public Radio 89.5 KWGS.
Where does the money come from that fuels the US Energy Boom? Hosts Jason Aamodt and Rick Munoz speak with Steven J. Taylor, the managing director and head of the Investment Grade Energy Debt Capital Markets group at Wells Fargo Securities. With the US Energy Boom fueling a significant part of the current growth in the US economy, investment in new energy infrastructure is reaching a staggering $300 billion per year. Mr.
The past, present and future of electric power generation in the USA and around the world. Hosts Jason Aamodt and Rick Munoz speak with David Walters and Lee Paden about the past, present and future of electric power development in the United States, and how electric power generation has developed overseas. They discuss how energy needs are very similar all around the world, and the fact that stable government is the vital ingredient for future sustainable development. This program is part of the University of Tulsa College of Law’s
Join us for a new four-part series devoted to health and health care in America, as host John Schumann speaks with top health professionals about the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the latest brain research on adolescents, geriatric health, and the social and community factors that drive ill health.
Host John Schumann speaks with Sherry Glied, a health economist who served as Assistant Secretary for Health and Human Services from 2010-2012. Gary Schwitzer of HealthNewsReview.org reviews the week's health news, and we hear a reflection from Janet Pearson on the term "nanny state."
This program aired on February 20 and 21 on Public Radio 89.5 KWGS.