Who Cares?

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    Hepatitis C is often transmitted by needle. It's been compared to AIDs, however it's still not talked about often. (Joe Mabel/via Wikimedia Commons)

    ‘Who cares?’ sounds like a pretty harsh statement, but on this week’s show we’re delving into it — can you make people care about something? Hepatitis C is a very common disease, and yet people rarely ever talk about it. Scientists and activists have been trying to get more people engaged with the topic of climate change for a long time now. Plus, stories about caring for your noggin.

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