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Climate Change Induced Anxiety.

8/29/2019
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Janet Lewis, M.D., speaks to what is also being called ‘eco-anxiety’, about the emerging fears and anxieties stemming from climate changes, when people are overwhelmed by the rush of complex political and scientific declarations, of the need to discuss strategies to help adults and children deal with what they read and hear, the role of hope and advocacy, and so on.

Duration:00:19:29

Air Pollution -- It's Impact on Mental Health

8/22/2019
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Elizabeth Hasse, M.D., defines air pollution, that the WHO ranks it as a crisis, and that the inhaled particles cause various psychiatric and medical diseases in our bodies. She also speaks to the importance of, and how to discuss air pollution, even with children.

Duration:00:15:11

The Amazing Power of Arts in Medicine

8/12/2019
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Aric Attas, an artist, twice suffered from cancers. Out of necessity he found ways to use art and music to ease his suffering. He now gives those techniques to others. He also speaks about the Arts in Medicine associated with the University of Florida and involvement in local cancer treatment centers. He was a guest on NPR in June 2019

Duration:00:16:47

Psychiatric Concerns: Heat Waves And Behavior.

7/28/2019
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Robin Cooper, MD., describes growing research and concerns that heat waves do indeed alter behavior, including increased suicide and other violence, productivity, medical concerns and the need for proper hydration and cooling, education, interventions, etc.

Duration:00:18:05

Insights From History That Explain Mental Health Approaches and Treatments. Fernando E Forcen, M.D. and Ph.D.,

7/21/2019
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Insights From History That Explain Mental Health Approaches and Treatments. Fernando E Forcen, M.D. and Ph.D., psychiatrist and health historian, reviews the evolution of these topics from antiquity, through the Renaissance and later, mixing science and migrations, other cultural and societal issues up through today, etc., and the absolute value of this knowledge in modern mental health care.

Duration:00:23:11

GABA, Glutamate, TAAR, Etc - Updates

7/1/2019
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Andy Butler, M.D., researcher and clinician, updates on these biological systems and the current and hopeful future roles they will play in psychopharmacology.

Duration:00:17:06

Child/Adol Psychiatry - Diagnosis, Treatment, Marijuana Use

6/19/2019
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Samantha Saltz, MD, on diagnosis, interventions and treatments, family dynamics, marijuana use in this age group.

Duration:00:20:08

Roe v Wade Audio of the1972 US Supreme Court Hearing

6/10/2019
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The court asked if this is a legal, religious, medical, or other issue. On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Texas statute banning abortion, that a right to abortion was implicit in the 14th Amendment as a right to privacy. Psychological aspects were also discussed. Soon again to be in the courts, this background might help. This is the 1972 hearing.

Duration:01:03:52

Roe v Wage - Audio of the 1971 Supreme Court Hearing

6/10/2019
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The court asked if this is a legal, religious, medical, or other issue. On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Texas statute banning abortion, that a right to abortion was implicit in the 14th Amendment as a right to privacy. Psychological aspects were also discussed. Soon again to be in the courts, this background might help. This is the 1971 hearing.

Duration:01:02:22

Medical and Psychiatric Needs in Moria, a Greek Refuge Camp

5/11/2019
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Paul Hart. M.D., volunteered at Moria, the Greek Refugee Camp[. He reports of the medical and psychiatric services and needs the camps, costs, supply chains, reasons for the migration, etc.

Duration:00:20:00

Health And Social Consequences of Nuclear Weapon Use

5/5/2019
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Peter Wilk, M.D., a psychiatrist, gives a history and updates on the public health hazards of nuclear devices and weapons. He believes they provide more psychological insecurity than security, and he provides approaches and links to reduce the ruinous and unapologetic biosocial blows of nuclear weapon use and when unintended problems occur with other nuclear devices.

Duration:00:18:50

Fewer Bees And The Food Chain

4/26/2019
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Maureen McCue, MD, speaks to the impacts on our food supply and life style changes associated with declining bee and other pollinator population declinessTYLE

Duration:00:17:50

Climate Changes That Impact Mental Health

4/20/2019
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Susan Clayton, PhD, social psychologist,, on how climate changes can impact mental health.

Duration:00:18:24

Nursing Outreach in Guatemala

4/13/2019
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Rhonda Goodman takes her U.S. nursing students to Guatemala for clinical rotations. An amazing programs

Duration:00:20:44

Adverse Childhood Experiences

3/24/2019
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Ely Niromand speaks of the nature and effects of ACES on later life physical and emotional health. She gives details and a rating scale, and how tis concept is growing in its use.

Duration:00:18:03

Mass Shooters - Ideas From A Shooter's Mother and Then From An Almost Shooter

3/9/2019
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These TED talks passionately capture much of the fundamental material and teachings about such tragedies, mental health, guns, and the role of violence, both with and without suicide. Aaron Star: why he almost was a mass murderer, then Sue Klebold: her son was a Columbine School shooter. An interesting note to consider is that both young men cut themselves

Duration:00:23:06

Medical Students Visit Their Patient’s Homes.

2/25/2019
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Bringing The Vulnerable To A Level Of Resilience - Pedro Greer, M.D., from Florida International University, describes a flourishing program that puts medical students directly into the patients’ homes to see the many whys and reasons they get sick, cannot get to or afford care, and the other tangible psycho-financial-cultural-social components of their lives, etc. February 2019

Duration:00:16:32

Heat and The Melting Ice – Impacts and What To Do About It

2/18/2019
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Alan Lockwood, M.D., addresses the history of, and current pressing scientific concerns, regarding global warming. Included are the growing political, social, physical and psychological (i.e., stress and insecurity) impacts of major changes in fresh water supplies, methane releases, heat, etc

Duration:00:17:42

Gun Violence! Insights

2/10/2019
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Bill Durston, MD, emergency room physician and former US Marine marksman, gives a necessary overview of gun violence statistics and his thoughts on how to reduce the suffering.

Duration:00:20:52

Our Health Changes With Climate Change

2/1/2019
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Lynn Ringenberg, professor of pediatrics at Univ. of South Florida, expresses and details her considerable concerns on climate changes and its impact on our health and environment.

Duration:00:17:46