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Fish Oil May Have Positive Effects on Mood, Alcohol Craving, New Study Shows

May 25, 2011 -- Omega 3 fatty acids may be beneficial for more than just the heart. Research at the Indiana University School of Medicine disclosed at a molecular level a potential therapeutic benefit between these dietary supplements, alcohol abuse and psychiatric disorders. read more...

The Latest in Cancer Research, This Week on Sound Medicine

July 14, 2011 -- This week, IU breast cancer specialist Kathy Miller, M.D., will discuss research findings unveiled at the 2011 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting. Also, physician experts explain the importance of diagnosing mood disorders during pregnancy, and why it’s better to be morning person, not a night-owl. Plus, don’t miss Barbara Lewis’s interview with the authors of Don’t Cross Your Eyes, a new book debunking common medical myths. Sound Medicine airs July 16 and 17 on WFYI, 90.1FM, and on many other public radio stations nationwide. read more...

A Model for Treating Uninsured Patients -- This Week on Sound Medicine

January 25, 2012 -- This week on Sound Medicine, reporter Scott Goldberg visits a health clinic in Baltimore that’s found a unique model for serving uninsured patients. read more...

The Health Care Law Decision: Potential Outcomes -- This Week on Sound Medicine

April 6, 2012 -- On the show this week, health care attorney Greg Pemberton discusses scenarios for the Affordable Care Act, and pediatrician Alex Djuricich explains how Twitter improves his profession. Plus, learn about research that finds plain old calorie counting is the best way to lose weight. read more...

Child Abuse & Brain Development – This Week on Sound Medicine

April 20, 2012 -- This week on Sound Medicine, new research out of Harvard medical school suggests child abuse may affect brain development. read more...

FDA to tackle antibiotics in livestock -- This week on “Sound Medicine”

April 27, 2012 -- This week on “Sound Medicine,” an IU public health expert discusses the need for FDA rules on administering antibiotics to farm animals in the human food chain. read more...

On 'Sound Medicine': Pressure to secure medical research funding, and 'The Fault in Our Stars' author

July 19, 2012 -- “Sound Medicine,” recently awarded first place by the Indiana Society of Professional Journalists for its documentary on body donation, announces its program for July 22. Please check local listings for broadcast dates, times and stations. read more...