Welcome to Sound Medicine
Every week rely on authoritative reporting and insightful interviews illuminating the latest medical research and health-related headlines heard on public radio. Your host Barbara Lewis provides in-depth, accurate and actionable information. You’ll find field reports, stories, in-studio newsmakers, personal essays, and quirky information about health and medicine you can't find anywhere else.
Air date: May 12, 2013
Hosts Anne Ryder, Barbara Lewis, David Crabb, MD, and Jeremy Shere, PhD, talk to physicians and researchers about:
How'd that work: Do pesticides cause birth defects?Interview
: Paul Winchester, M.D., director of the neonatal intensive care unit, St. Francis Hospital, clinical professor of pediatrics/neonatology, Indiana University School of Medicine.
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Lighter baseballs may reduce injuries
Doc chat: Are residents' long hours to blame for medical mistakes?Interview
: David Crabb, M.D., 'Sound Medicine' regular guest.
Does pharmaceutical-funded research produce biased reports in medical journals?Interview
: Peter Whoriskey, reporter, The Washington Post.
What happens when doctors get sued?Interview
: Mike Ward, M.D. former emergency room physician, Premiere Physician Services
Why are golden retrievers at a higher risk for cancer?Interview
: Elizabeth Murphy, DVM, ‘Sound Medicine’ Healthy pets expert.