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February 24, 2024

The Loneliness Epidemic & Why Women Health Issues Are Often Misdiagnosed
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The Loneliness Epidemic
Do you feel lonely? A significant number of Americans feel that way every day and it can have a negative impact on health, both mental and physical. Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, founder of the nonprofit Foundation for Art & Healing, author of "Project UnLonely: Healing Our Crisis of Disconnection," shares ways to break through loneliness and connect with others.
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Why Women Health Issues Are Often Misdiagnosed
Centuries of medical care often dismissed women's health problems as hysteria. Today's favored diagnosis is anxiety. Elizabeth Comen, MD, Medical Oncologist specializing in breast cancer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, author of "All in Her Head: The Truth and Lies Early Medicine Taught Us About Women's Bodies and Why It Matters Today," explains why women's health problems are misdiagnosed far too often.
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A Home Hazard Hidden in Plain Sight
A huge number of Americans are injured each year by a surprising danger: glass-topped tables in homes and offices. Stephanie L. Bonne, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Director of the Hospital Violence Intervention Program at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, explains the hazard and why table glass is more dangerous than the rest of the glass you encounter each day.
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