Massachusetts Considers Allowing Supervised Drug-Use Sites
Proposals to let Massachusetts create sites where people could use illegal drugs in the presence of staff trained in helping reverse overdoses will be the focus of a daylong virtual hearing Monday at the Statehouse.
Amid Nursing Shortage, Hospital CEO Says Vaccine Mandates Can Deter Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Randy Tobler, CEO of Scotland County Hospital in Memphis, Missouri, about Covid cases and...
Eligible Americans Can Now Get COVID-19 Booster Shots
After promising booster shots to all recipients of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, then only some, 20 million Americans are...
Alaskan Hospitals Are In Crisis As The State Deals With A COVID Surge
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Anne Zink, Chief Medical Officer for the State of Alaska, about how the state's hospitals...
Rural Hospitals Worry They Will Lose Staff Because Of Biden's New Vaccine Mandate
In rural areas, hospitals and clinics are worried they'll be left short if staff quit rather than get COVID-19 vaccines...
Episode 1: Doomed If You Diet, Doomed If You Don’t
The first episode of the podcast "Food, We Need To Talk" begins with the great dilemma: "You're doomed if you diet, doomed if you don't."
Episode 2: Good Food, Bad Food
Even children tend to refer to "good food" and "bad food." The "Food, We Need To Talk" co-hosts break down this idea.