Stigma from illness keeps sufferers in the dark, where they’re ashamed to give voice to their afflictions out of fear and embarrassment. Dr. Anne Hallward, a psychiatrist in Maine, is giving voice to those living in the shadows and talks to host John Henning Schumann about her work.
Gary Schwitzer of HealthNewsReview.org reviews the week's health news, and medical humanist Alice Dreger shares a meditation on using data to guide her own health care.
On this edition of Medical Matters, Dr. John La Puma, also known as “Chef MD”, shares how it is that what we eat has such a huge impact on our physical and emotional well-being. Chef MD short videos are seen on PBS and "REFUEL," a nutrition guide aimed specifically at men, is Dr. La Puma's latest book.
This week, HBO and CBS announce plans that may change the way we watch their television programs. Businesses assess a variety or risks and Ebola is among the latest risks requiring prudent assessment and railroads announce some east/west detente.
Public Radio Tulsa and Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett welcomed StoryCorps to Guthrie Green on Thursday morning, October 16, 2014. Attending were members of the press and the public, who had an opportunity to tour the Airstream MobileBooth recording studio which travels around the country.
This week in a special edition of BusinessWorld, the guys tackle the subject of retirement. Gene Perret offers these thoughts on the subject: "Retirement: It's nice to get out of the rat race, but you have to learn to get along with less cheese". How much is enough is one of the most common questions folks have about retirement, but there are lots of other questions to ponder while preparing, too. And we'll tackle many of them in this week's show.
This week on BusinessWorld, Dan Winders from Blue View Digital Agency sits in and brings us news on how competitors are setting up to target the iPhone's issues with "bendiness", the guys wonder what the customer experience will be like when we pay for goods and services with our phones rather than our wallets and balancing nature and concrete in a growing city like Tulsa.
Green Thumb Special only during this first weekend of our Fund Drive!
As an incentive for early supporters, Southwood Landscape and Garden Center is donating a free flat of pansies to anyone who contributes $120 or more during the first three days of our Fall 2014 fund drive: Saturday, Sunday or Monday, October 4-6.