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18-45 Segment 1: MDMA for PTSD


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People suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder often can’t face their trauma, which is necessary for psychotherapy to work. It is a big reason PTSD is so difficult to treat. 108 more words

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18-45 Segment 2: Leprosy in the Modern Era


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Thanks in part to its Biblical past, the disfiguring disease leprosy carries more stigma than most diseases. We hear little about it today, but it still exists, and because it’s now treatable, often the stigma is worse than the disease. 44 more words

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18-44 Segment 1: The Psychology of Adopted People


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People who are adopted have more psychological problems than others, yet they also tend to have other psychological strengths. Experts, both themselves also adoptees, discuss the roots and outcomes of these issues as adopted children grow up. 64 more words

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18-44 Segment 2: The Surprising Importance of Tickling


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Tickling is a unique application of the sense of touch that surprisingly has developmental and cultural importance. Experts discuss the science and sociology of tickling. 75 more words

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Medical Notes 18-43

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Medical Notes this week…

Nearly 25 million adults and children in the United States have been diagnosed with hay fever… and millions more probably have it without being diagnosed. 217 more words

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18-43 Segment 1: Exploding Myths about the Flu and Flu Vaccines


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About 40 percent of eligible people have been vaccinated against the flu in recent years, but many more might do so were it not for persistent myths about the disease and its vaccine. 106 more words

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18-42 Segment 1: Doctors' Obesity Bias


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Studies show that medical professionals are as biased as the rest of us against people who are overweight, resulting in lectures, misdiagnoses, and patients who start avoiding the doctor. 99 more words

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