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Spotlight Health 2016

Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m.
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Spotlight Health is a series of programs created by Aspen Public Radio highlighting key people and topics during a special section of this year’s Aspen Ideas Festival. The programs present many of the speakers and leaders from around the world working on cutting-edge health issues.

Spotlight Health 2016, Episode 6

Jun 7, 2016

    

In the last episode of our spring series on critical health issues, host Elise Thatcher

talked with neuroscientist Sandra Aamodt about the short and long term effects of going on a diet.

Spotlight Health 2016, Episode 5

May 31, 2016

  In the fifth episode of our spring series on critical health issues, host Elise Thatcher talks with a doctor about his experiences being a black medical student and physician. We also delve into the world of using art when treating military service members.

Spotlight Health 2016, Episode 4

May 24, 2016

In the fourth episode of our spring series on critical health issues, host Elise Thatcher talks with two guests about the value of truly being yourself, even when it’s challenging or dangerous.

Spotlight Health 2016, Episode 3

May 17, 2016

  In the third episode of our our spring series on critical health issues, host Elise Thatcher talks with guest BJ Miller about managing pain, and how we can change the experience of dying. Miller is senior director and advocate at the Zen Hospice Project.

Spotlight Health 2016, Episode 2

May 10, 2016

  In the second episode of our our spring series on critical health issues, host Elise Thatcher talks with nutrition researcher and cardiologist Dariush Mozaffarian about how calories from different kinds of foods can affect us in different ways.

Spotlight Health 2016, Episode 1

May 3, 2016

  This is the first episode in our spring series on critical health issues. In this program we’ll talk with researcher Vic Strecher about the boost you could get if you have a specific purpose in life. One example? People with a purpose are “2.4 times less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease 7 years later,” according to Strecher.