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Health Discovered

Jul 18, 2024

In 2023, there were over 56,000 wildfires in the United States, which burned over 2.6 million acres. While we may be familiar with the environmental and structural effects of wildfires, the health impacts of climate change are wide-ranging. From extreme heat to massive wildfires resulting in long range plumes of...


Jul 11, 2024

About 53 million U.S. adults are diagnosed with arthritis. How is arthritis diagnosed? Why and when does it usually arise? And what are the options available? We spoke with Robert McLean, MD, rheumatologist and member of the clinical faculty of the Yale School of Medicine, about the common types and symptoms...


Jul 3, 2024

While menopause is a stage of life that most women will go through, it can still be shrouded in mystery, with perimenopause symptoms often flying under the radar. Misdiagnosis can be rampant, with symptoms often being attributed to other things. In this special episode, we pull together three powerful interviews...


Jun 27, 2024

8.7 million people in the United States have ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder), and for such a common diagnosis, it tends to have many misconceptions. While the most notable characteristics are difficulty maintaining attention or focus with periods of hyperactivity, there are also positive characteristics...


Jun 20, 2024

There is a wide range of gastrointestinal conditions, and their symptoms, severity, and types are often misunderstood. From bloating to chronic diarrhea, how do we know when to seek medical advice for something more serious? What are the various diagnoses? What are red flags to look out for? We spoke with Lin Chang, MD,...