If you get acupuncture in the U.S., chances are you will pay for it out of pocket. Some acupuncturists say having standards for the industry gives more people access.
7 months agoListen 11:40
Providers need to be willing to engage in discussions about race, ethnicity, and other social identities, and how they affect health disparities.
7 months ago
RSD begins when a person has perceived rejection or has actually failed at a task. The awareness of their shortcomings is then emotionally internalized at a high intensity.
7 months agoListen 11:37
Scientists predict that Adélie penguins could disappear from the western Antarctic Peninsula. Researchers at UD and Temple are tracking the changing conditions.
8 months agoListen 13:55
We look at the science of fitness, the evolution of cultural messages surrounding exercise, and how we can overcome inertia to start fitting it into our lives.
Air Date: April 14, 2023Listen 49:15
A team of scientists on the JOIDES Resolution drill for sediment cores off the coast of Portugal — an area rich with information about earth's history.
8 months agoListen 13:43
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first cell phone call, Martin Cooper, 94, talks about how his invention changed our lives.
8 months agoListen 11:41
We mark the 50th anniversary of the first cell call with an exploration of the past, present, and future of mobile communications.
Air Date: March 31, 2023Listen 49:43
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