Dr. Rakesh Jain is a psychiatrist and researcher. Dr. Jain and Eleanor sit down to discuss anxiety and nervousness, and how allowing yourself to have these feelings is okay. Dr. Jain also explains helpful & easy ways to manage these emotions.
Dr. Malia Jones is a social epidemiologist with the University of Wisconsin Applied Population Laboratory and the UW-Madison Department of Community and Environmental Sociology. Dr. Jones and Eleanor sit down to discuss what going back to school in the middle of a pandemic will be like and how to navigate those situations.
On this weeks episode of Health is Everything, we flip the tables and our host, Dr. Charles Raison, is the one being interviewed. Listen in as he discusses what COVID is trying to tell us about our well-being.
Life is often wonderful, but it is also difficult. What stands between us and mental peace? Join us for compelling and challenging discussions around this topic courtesy of Dr. John Dunne, our guest for this episode.
Geshe Lobsang Tenzin Negi, PhD, is Executive Director of the Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics at Emory University and Director of the Emory Tibet Science Initiative. Dr. Negi and Eleanor sit down to discuss different ways kids can show compassion to their friends and family members, and why being compassionate & kind is so important.
In this podcast, we explore Dr. Dan’s perspective on the downsides of popular fasting-based diets and discuss what science tells us about how to eat to function at our best. In particular, we discuss his strategies for maintaining consistent blood sugar levels by eating multiple small meals a day and tailoring food intake to the ever-changing energy needs of our bodies.
Think that COVID-19 virus is the greatest potential infectious threat facing the modern world? Think again. We sit down with noted journalist & author Maryn McKenna this week to discuss epidemics and pandemics in the modern world.
This week we sit down with Dr. George Grant to discuss his pioneering vision for transforming chaplaincy from an ancillary support role to being an essential resource for shoring up the human face of medicine. Listen now!
Dr. Dan Benardot is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist and Professor of Nutrition at Emory University's Center for the Study of Human Health. From fruits to vegetables to proteins, Dr. Benardot helps us understand what types of food our bodies need and how to get the most out of them.
We sit down with @QuaveEthnobot on this week's episode of Health is Everything to focus on the food-medicine continuum and the potential of plant-based diets for enhancing immune health in the age of COVID 19.