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July 28th, 2021
Episode #1379
Nicola Twilley
Author and Science Journalist
Tracking the history and future of quarantine, Science Journalist Nicola Twilley and Co-Author Geoff Manaugh begin their investigation in the Mediterranean, visiting some of the oldest quarantine structures, originally built to protect against the spread of the Black Death. They follow the path of John Howard, an 18th-century prison reformer who became interested in the conditions of people kept in quarantine. As well as showing how quarantine...
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Episode #1378
Leo Flanagan PhD
Psychologist and Author
The mental health crisis is getting younger. The number of children needing urgent mental health care has been on the rise for years, and has devastatingly spiked over the pandemic. We have never before in our history seen this type of anguish in children and teenagers so young. Although this crisis will require resources and time to resolve, Leo Flanagan PhD, Psychologist, trauma and resiliency expert, is sharing some resilience tools to conn...
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