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Health and Medicine (Audio)

Health And Medicine (Audio)

UCTV delivers documentaries, faculty lectures, cutting-edge research symposiums and artistic performances from each of the ten UC campuses.
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Diagnosis in Preschoolers: Lessons Learned from Preschoolers with AD HD Treatment Study

03/06/14
Tim Wigal reviews the difficulties in diagnosis of children of preschool age who present with attentional and social deficits. Series ...

Young Adults in Recovery: Meeting the Needs of the Millennial Generation

03/06/14
Young adults increasingly are joining the ranks of people in recovery. The needs of young adults ages 1825, an age group sometimes called ...
1:27:25

Metagenomic Approaches to the Discovery of Emerging Viruses that Cause Outbreaks

03/06/14
Time is of the essence when dealing with emerging outbreaks of hantavirus, 2009 pandemic influenza H1N1, bird flu, and MERS Middle Eastern ...
1:25:40

Neurogaming: What’s Neuroscience and Ethics Got To Do With It? - Exploring Ethics

03/06/14
Steven Hyman, the founding president of the International Neuroethics Society and Harvard professor, leads an extraordinary discussion on ...

Coming of Age in the Healthcare System: Confidentiality Capacity and Consent

03/06/14
An update on Californias response to the Affordable Care Act and implementation of CA SB 946 autism insurance legislation with Robert ...
1:27:35

The War on Bugs: Antibiotic Use and Co-Existence with the Microbial World

03/06/14
Antibiotics are considered a miracle of modern medicine our magic bullets that kill harmful microorganisms and spare our bodies in the war ...

Converging Forces in Food Systems: How to Feed 8 Billion People by 2025 and Protect the Planet's ...

03/06/14
A distinguished panel focuses on the geopolitical, ethical, economic and technical challenges facing food systems from a global perspective ...
1:00:53

What Causes Autism?: The Role of Environmental Exposures

03/06/14
Irva Hertz-Picciotto, PhD, MPH examines the role of environmental exposures in autism. Series 'MIND Institute Lecture Series on ...
1:27:45

Genetic Mysteries: FOP - When Bodies Turn to Bone

03/06/14
Dr. Joseph A. Kitterman, UCSF Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics, explores Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva FOP, a rare genetic disease ...

Haiti Today: Healthcare Progress and Challenges

03/06/14
Panelists reflect on the two year anniversary of the cholera epidemic in Haiti as well as its effects on the 2010 Haiti earthquake recovery ...

The Informatics of Brain Mapping - On Our Mind

03/06/14
Can the secrets of the brain be decoded Learn how finding meaningful patterns using big data is leading the way to big discoveries. Arthur ...

Research Update on Successful Aging and Mental Health- Research on Aging

03/06/14
Colin Depp, PhD examines the historical and contemporary definitions of aging and the application of those definitions to mental health ...