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Why Distributing A COVID-19 Vaccine Is Harder Than It Sounds

Pharmaceutical companies are scrambling to develop an effective COVID-19 vaccine and receive FDA approval. In the meantime, states are finalizing plans to distribute the vaccine — and overcome potential challenges.

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America Amplified: Election 2020

This six-part, one-hour weekly radio talk show will air Sundays on WFYI from 3 to 4 p.m. from Oct. 11- Nov. 15.

Sound Medicine: 06-07-09

Jun 7, 2009

Topics this week: A Cure for the Peanut Allergy, Importance of Childhood Play, Did You Know?: More Exercise for Pregnant Women, Impulsivity Triggers Alcoholism, Checkup: Brains Prefer Pictures, Sound Ethics: Maintaining Privacy with Electronic Medical Records

Sound Medicine: 05-31-09

May 31, 2009

Sound Medicine: 05-24-09

May 24, 2009

Topics this week: High-Fructose Corn Syrup, a Villain?; Did You Know? -- The Mediterranean Diet is Good for the Eyes; Swine Flu and International Law; Training Medical Students to Spot Melanoma; Checkup: The Scrub Club for Clean Hands; and the book Book: Brain Rules

Sound Medicine: 05-17-09

May 17, 2009

Topics for this week include: Bedbugs on the Rise; Did You Know -- More Education Means Better Health; Swine Flu Vaccine; No Benefit from Multivitamins; Checkup: Healthy Menu, Unhealthy Choices; Book: Cleveland Clinic Guide to Arthritis; Grace Notes: Amazing Grace

Sound Medicine: 5-10-2009

May 10, 2009

Topics for this week: Swine Flu Update, Watching Swine for H1N1 Infection, Did You Know?: 2009 Air Pollution Report, Irradiating Food for Safety, International Adoptees with Drug-Resistant TB, Checkup: Caffeine in Sports, Book: The Soul of Medicine, Tales from the Bedside, Happy? Experiences vs. Stuff, Sing When You Wash Hands

Sound Medicine: 05-03-09

May 3, 2009

Topics for this week include: Swine Flu and Air Travel; Did You Know?: Blueberries for Reducing Belly Fat; Keeping Drinking Water Safe; New Tools for CPR Professionals; Checkup: Noise-Induced Hearing Loss; Sound Ethics: Informed Consent in Emergency Medicine

Sound Medicine: 04-26-09

Apr 26, 2009

Topics for this week include: Rise in Drug Abuse Among Baby Boomers; Why Boomers Abuse Drugs; Did You Know?: Hot Tea & Esophageal Cancer; Fat Cells Are Different in Obese Individuals; Statins Don't Protect Against Alzheimer's; Checkup: Romantic Love Lasts; Thyroid Conditions and the "Oprah-Effect"; An Opera Singer's "Next 100 Pounds"

Sound Medicine: 04-19-09

Apr 19, 2009

Topics for this week include: Federal Stimulus Funding for Health Clinics; Public Health Insurance: A Good Idea; Did You Know?: Sports Drinks May Harm Teeth; Book: Healthcare: Guaranteed; Temperature Shifts Cause Migraines; Checkup: Recession Healthcare Toolkit; Book: Forgetting: When to Worry, What to Do; Grace Notes: Dying Pretty

Sound Medicine: 04-12-09

Apr 12, 2009

Topics for this week include: One-Time Flu Vaccine; Did You Know?: Preventing Child Abuse; Maintain Your Own Medical Records; Anesthesia and Learning Disabilities; Doc Chat: Lidocaine Side Effects; Checkup: Reversible Dementia; Global Childhood Diabetes; Book: A Short History of Medicine

Sound Medicine: 04-05-09

Apr 5, 2009

Topics this week include: Beach Trips and Kids Skin Cancer; Did You Know?: Questioning Cleansing Diets; Alcohol Dependence and Decision Making; Mindful Eating; Checkup: Warm-ups for Surgeons; Sound Ethics: Medical Conscience Rule; Happier Marriages for Empty Nesters

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Coronavirus: What You Need To Know

The new coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, have changed our lives in countless ways. Side Effects will explain the important medical issues, as well as their impact on the Midwest.

America Amplified

Side Effects is part of the America Amplified project, which aims to put people, not preconceived ideas, at the center of its reporting process.

Essential Voices

Front-line workers on the COVID-19 crisis

Slammed: Rural Health Care and COVID-19

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Rust to Resilience

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Seeking A Cure: The Quest To Save Rural Hospitals

Across the country, many small rural hospitals are having financial problems. In less than a decade, more than a hundred have closed.

A Quiet Crisis

Side Effects examines what responsibility schools have in this fight, and what counselors, teachers and administrators are doing to address this quiet crisis.

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Daily health news from public radio stations around the state.

Healthy In Any Language

Throughout 2019, Side Effects will examine the health care challenges that refugees and immigrants face in the U.S.