Bill Resnick talks with Ben Goldacre about the pharmaceutical industry's influence on science research. He points out that because clinical trials don't have to be published, there's a remarkable bias in favor of pharmeceutical manufacturers. He talks about the deleterious effects this has on doctor's and independent academic researcher's ability to evaluate approaches to treatment.
Gather the whole family 'round the radio to listen to the story of two tail-crossed lovers--Woofeo & Mewliet. You'll laugh and you'll cry at this unlikely love story between a dog and a cat, and their quest to unite their different species.
Yolanda Whyte, MD, is a pediatrician from Atlanta, Georgia, who has given several speeches characterizing fluoride as a health risk to children, African-American and Hispanic communities, and people with diabetes and kidney disease.
Here is her lecture at Portland State University in February, 2013.
Hasan Salaam is a poet, musician and political activist. Thanks to a strong mom and grandmother, this emcee has a lot more on his mind than beats. Don Merrill talked with Hasan Salaam as he was touring through the Pacific Northwest, and in advance of a series of presentations by him to several Oregon colleges and universites.
Join Noah and his crew for another adventure as they head underground and look for alternative ways to combat the apocalypse. Included in this episode is the first installment of Memoirs of a Psych Ward, and tips on how to make your doomsday bunker look great! All that, plus special guest Contessa de la Luna on Sub-Human Intellect Theater!
Cast: RaScHo, Sara, Kirsten, Noah, Erin & Contessa de la Luna