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Local filmmakers Dan Adams and George Powell revisit Boston's busing crisis during the 1970s for their new film, The Walk. They began collaborating on films in an unlikely place: they met while they were both incarcerated in a Massachusetts prison.WBUR による
 
Shoshanna Ehrlich, professor of women's, gender and sexuality studies at UMass Boston, says she and other abortion advocates want Massachusetts to take a bold stance in fortifying protections for doctors who perform abortions for patients coming from other states.WBUR による
 
Chang-Díaz was campaigning as a progressive alternative to state Attorney General Maura Healey. While her name will still appear on the ballot, Chang-Díaz said she'll focus instead on progressive candidates running down-ballot.WBUR による
 
Slate and WBUR's health podcast looks at dieting myths, eating disorders, and a popular program that aims to change how you approach food. In this episode, “Muffin Top,” we debunk some dieting myths and explore strategies to help nudge your weight loss along, or at least make you feel better about your body. With hosts Carey Goldberg and Rachel Zim…
 
Carey and Rachel are back for the summer with The Checkup: Greatest Hits Edition! In this episode, “Teenage Zombies,” we explore three ways in which the adolescent mind is radically different from yours and mine.Do you beg your teenager to go to sleep earlier so he or she can function in the morning? Well, it turns out they physically can’t do that…
 
Carey and Rachel are back for the summer with The Checkup Greatest Hits Edition! Enjoy this health news podcast, a collaboration between Slate and WBUR, Boston’s NPR News Station. You can find more episodes in The Checkup’s individual feed.From WBUR and Slate, the solidly reported and also somewhat opinionated take on health news for you and your f…
 
Carey and Rachel are back for the summer with The Checkup Greatest Hits Edition! Enjoy this health news podcast, a collaboration between Slate and WBUR, Boston’s NPR News Station. You can find more episodes in The Checkup’s individual feed. This installment dives into the world of sex, including sexual myths, a study about penis size, and the possi…
 
Carey and Rachel are back just in time for summer with The Checkup Greatest Hits Edition! Enjoy this health news podcast, a collaboration between Slate and WBUR, Boston’s NPR News Station. You can find more episodes in The Checkup’s individual feed.From WBUR and Slate, the solidly reported and also somewhat opinionated take on health news for you a…
 
Slate and WBUR's health podcast looks at dieting myths, eating disorders, and a popular program that aims to change how you approach food.In this episode, “Muffin Top,” we debunk some dieting myths and explore strategies to help nudge your weight loss along, or at least make you feel better about your body. With hosts Carey Goldberg and Rachel Zimm…
 
The health podcast from WBUR and Slate explores three ways in which the adolescent mind is radically different from yours and mine. With hosts Carey Goldberg and Rachel Zimmerman of WBUR’s CommonHealth blog.Do you beg your teenager to go to sleep earlier so he or she can function in the morning? Well, it turns out they physically can't do that, exp…
 
Episode 12 of the health podcast from Slate and WBUR offers up three ways to take charge of your medical experience.There are specific ways to feel better about both the quality and cost of your medical care, says Dr. Don Goldmann of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Also, medical informatics wiz Dr. Isaac Kohane on pushing the “blue button…
 
Episode 9 of the health podcast from WBUR and Slate dives into some pretty gross stuff that also happens to be pretty fascinating: fecal transplants, vaginal bacteria, and parents who share their baby's pacifiers. With hosts Carey Goldberg and Rachel Zimmerman of WBUR’s CommonHealth blog. Like CommonHealth on Facebook, and tell us and other listene…
 
From WBUR and Slate, the solidly reported and also somewhat opinionated take on health news for you and your family. This installment explores the human brain with conversations about brain-implant research, dyslexia, and language development aided by music.Your hosts are Carey Goldberg and Rachel Zimmerman, former newspaper reporters and co-produc…
 
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