Episode 50: December 2014 Episode 50: December 2014

Episode 50: December 2014

A new weapon in the war on AIDS… It’s called PReP, a daily pill to prevent HIV infections… but not everyone knows about it. At a crowded airport during the holiday season it’s easy to overlook the people who take your tickets, help you with your baggage and clean up after you leave. Many of […]

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Episode 49: November 2014 Episode 49: November 2014

Episode 49: November 2014

Ebola has raised worldwide fears about infectious diseases. How great is the risk? 25 years ago the Berlin Wall came down. But it almost didn’t happen. Wage theft – when you’re hired, you do the work. You reach payday… and… no pay. And when is a dumpster not just a dumpster?

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Episode 48: October 2014 Episode 48: October 2014

Episode 48: October 2014

Clinical condition – the changing face of healthcare in New York City. From the neighborhood hospital to the local clinic. Journalism’s new dangers – as the threat to war reporters changes are editors giving them the support that they need? The Ray Rice video has sparked a national debate about athletes and violence. But how […]

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Episode 47: July 2014 Episode 47: July 2014

Episode 47: July 2014

They are calling it the new HIV – the fight against Hepatitis B. Animals and therapy – in one case they are providing it – in another, receiving it. Plus, art in New York City.

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Episode 50: December 2014

A new weapon in the war on AIDS… It’s called PReP, a daily pill to prevent HIV infections… but not everyone knows about it. At a crowded airport during the holiday season it’s easy to overlook the people who take your tickets, help you with your baggage and clean up after you leave. Many of […]

Episode 49: November 2014

Ebola has raised worldwide fears about infectious diseases. How great is the risk? 25 years ago the Berlin Wall came down. But it almost didn’t happen. Wage theft – when you’re hired, you do the work. You reach payday… and… no pay. And when is a dumpster not just a dumpster?

Episode 48: October 2014

Clinical condition – the changing face of healthcare in New York City. From the neighborhood hospital to the local clinic. Journalism’s new dangers – as the threat to war reporters changes are editors giving them the support that they need? The Ray Rice video has sparked a national debate about athletes and violence. But how […]

Episode 47: July 2014

They are calling it the new HIV – the fight against Hepatitis B. Animals and therapy – in one case they are providing it – in another, receiving it. Plus, art in New York City.