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People with gender dysphoria, also known as gender incongruence, feel their biological sex does not align with their true identity. We speak to a specialist about this condition and the treatment options available. Also, exploring the sense of touch. And, how problems with our teeth can cause neck pain.
Premiere Date: 1/23/2018
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Premiere Date: 1/22/2018
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Heptatitis is inflammation of the liver which can lead to life-threatening liver cell damage. In Good Shape talks to a liver specialist about what causes the illness, and what can be done to prevent it. We also take a look at the practice of freezing unwanted body fat away - who is it good for and how does it work? And we learn about the skin disease rosacea - what can be done to treat it?
Premiere Date: 1/16/2018
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Michael F. Green is a professor, psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences at UCLA. He explores the relationship between cognitive deficits in schizophrenia and activities of daily living. Schizophrenia is a chronic brain disorder that affects about 1 percent of the population. Its symptoms can include delusions, hallucinations, trouble with thinking and concentration, and lack of motivation. Green has pursued many research questions in the course of his career, but perhaps the biggest puzzle is why most people with schizophrenia do not function very well in the community.
Premiere Date: 1/15/2018
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Premiere Date: 1/15/2018
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Economist William Easterly describes how the fight against global poverty is linked to the migration from poor to rich countries and how the war on terror perpetrates a stereotype of poor people as violent, unintentionally fueling xenophobia and travel bans. The good news is that economic ideas are the best antidote to xenophobia, opening the door again to migration as a powerful vehicle itself for global poverty reduction.
Premiere Date: 1/15/2018
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Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich explains in colorful detail what may happen if the gap between the rich and poor continues to spread in this conversation with Henry E. Brady, dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley.
Premiere Date: 1/15/2018
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USA, 1950, B&W, Film Noir, dir. Felix E. Feist, with Lee. J. Cobb & Jane Wyatt
Premiere Date: 1/13/2018
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Father Gregory Boyle, Jesuit priest and bestselling author of Tattoos on the Heart, is the founder of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles. He shares what three decades of working with gang members has taught him about faith, compassion, and the enduring power of kinship. Recorded on 11/09/2017.
Premiere Date: 1/9/2018
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Everyone knows the hammering, stabbing pain of headaches. Migraines are particularly severe. In Good Shape talks to an expert about the causes and treatment options for headaches. Also, we look into the problem of having a hunchback. And discover what makes a good breakfast.
Premiere Date: 1/9/2018
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Premiere Date: 1/8/2018
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Many major historical buildings and ruins are in danger of falling apart. IT specialists in Dresden have developed a drone which they can use to scan the structures in order to preserve them digitally.
Premiere Date: 1/8/2018
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and Goldman School of Public Policy Dean Henry E. Brady engage on what free speech means on university campuses. Recorded on 12/15/2017.
Premiere Date: 1/8/2018
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Meet one of the directors at the European Space Agency whose job is putting satellites into space on a huge rocket. Also, miracle material silk, wood detectives, and Apnea divers.
Premiere Date: 1/3/2018
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It's one of the most common causes of death, but most people have never heard of COPD, or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. DW talks with a lung specialist about why this condition is so dangerous, and how it can be treated. Also, why beets are viewed as the unsung heroes of the vegetable world, and getting rid of tumors with ultrasound instead of surgery.
Premiere Date: 1/2/2018
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Premiere Date: 1/1/2018
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The US leads the world in per capita health care spending but outcomes lag behind many countries that spend less. Dr. Andy Bindman looks at the ACA, its impact and the republican criticism of it. He explores what he thinks ought to happen to both reduce health care need and costs.
Premiere Date: 12/26/2017
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It's estimated that 1.5 million children worldwide die of diseases that could have been prevented with vaccinations. DW talks to an expert about which vaccinations are recommended and just how safe they are. Also, borderline personality disorder, and how alcohol makes you fat.
Premiere Date: 12/26/2017
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