Air Date: June 16, 2023Listen 49:15
Carlie Ostrom thought she had her life planned out until she suffered a traumatic brain injury and lost her sense of self.
9 months agoListen 13:51
Chronic fatigue associated with long COVID forces many people to rest and disengage from activities they used to do — but limiting your life can feel powerless.
9 months agoListen 8:44
After years in South Korea, NPR host Elise Hu reflects on Korean beauty culture and what it says about how we’ll look at ourselves and each other.
Air Date: May 30, 2023Listen 27:49
An implantable defibrillator can save patients who have unusual heart rhythms. But some of them also need help to deal with painful and anxiety inducing shocks.
10 months agoListen 12:32
A recent review of research suggests meditation may be effective for some in treating long COVID and other post-viral conditions.
10 months agoListen 10:53
Chris Lundy has always wanted to figure out why his family took him to see a Vodou priest and how this treatment made him better.
10 months agoListen 24:31
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.
10 months agoListen 11:40
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