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NOLA Code:
YFTM 000400 H1
Number of Episodes/Length:
6 / 30
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Jaye Watson and Kenny Hamilton
Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB)
Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB)
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Making complicated science accessible, exciting, and enriching

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#401 Bringing Physical Therapy to a Country Without It
A popular destination for tourists, one of the realities of the Dominican Republic is that it possesses little to no resources when it comes to physical therapy. From strokes to car accidents, PT is available to very few people. Shot on location, YFM shadows a dedicated group of physical therapists as they embark on their 11th annual trip to provide physical therapy and health interventions to a population in need.

#402 The Impact of Racism on the Brain
Inflammation in the body can be responsible for up to 30% of cases of depression. Researchers share how this will change how depression is diagnosed and treated and give tips on an easy way to measure inflammation in one’s body. We also examine the pioneering exploration of the physical effects of racism on the brain and the use of a new approach called vibration feedback mindfulness that seeks reduce levels of PTSD in African American women. We get a glimpse into a longstanding mental wellness parenting class helping thousands of parents around the country called “The Incredible Years Parenting Program.”

#403 Healing the Invisible Wounds of War
Over 70% of 9/11 veterans report they are living with invisible wounds of war such as PTSD, depression and anxiety. The science and research from a program funded by the national nonprofit Wounded Warrior Project is explored. The program provides free, cutting-edge mental healthcare to 9/11 veterans in need. An examination of maternal substance abuse alongside a national NIH study that is imaging the brains of infants to learn how factors like substance exposure influence brain development from birth throughout childhood.

#404 Nanorobots for Brain Surgery
An up-close look at the life of a physician scientist and what it is like to juggle dual demands and responsibilities. The influence of zip codes on mental health. An inspiring update on one patient’s five-year milestone after deep brain stimulation for treatment-resistant depression.

#405 Life Saving Surgery for the Deadliest Stroke
A global breakthrough in the deadliest of strokes. It’s estimated that hemorrhagic strokes will claim 5 million lives in 2024. A breakthrough surgical approach pioneered at 37 academic centers around the country will offer hope to millions affected. The episode focuses on a 49-year-old-man flown to Emory Hospital after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke.

#406 Slowing Alzheimer's Disease Through Treatment and Lifestyle
This episode looks at the multitude of breakthroughs in the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. From a treatment that can slow progression of the disease by 30% to a blood test for Alzheimer’s to a 3-minute artificial intelligence test that can assess brain health, the episode sheds light on the promise of new treatment and the struggles with access to early diagnosis. With insights from diverse voices, including African American men in research, this episode offers a comprehensive look at the intersection of memory, healthcare, research and accessibility.

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9/2/2024 - 9/1/2027
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Jaye Watson
United States

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Nimmi Singh
Marigold Media Group, LLC
United States