Please note: While our archived programs have great information, they are in an area we are no longer actively maintaining. Since medical progress marches ahead, please see your own doctor and other resources for the latest medical information that’s right for you.

Archived Programs

Your Healthcare GPS : Saying "No" to Your Doctor

Your medical team deserves your respect but so do you! In this quick tip, Andrew Schorr explains that there are times at which it is appropriate to difer or decline your doctor's advice.

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Your Healthcare GPS : Nurses Can Meet Your Immediate Healthcare Needs

It’s not always possible to be in touch with your doctor immediately when you have a question but a nurse may become your best healthcare friend!

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Medical Mythbusters

Fact or fiction? Zubin Vasavada, M.D. and Pamela Sheffield, M.D. discuss commonly held medical beliefs. Find out here if your medical beliefs are correct.

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How TV Medical Dramas Shape Our Perception of Medicine

How does watching television shows like House MD or Greys Anatomy impact our thoughts about medicine? In this program, we talk with Dr. Lisa Sanders (Technical Advisor, House, MD; "Diagnosis" Columnist, The New York Times), about health and happiness with your physician and ways to improve communication.

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How Stairs and Bike Paths Are Weapons for Health in New York City

Walk, skip the elevator and take the stairs. Now get on that bike! They're doing it in NYC and soon in your town too. With chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease and obesity on the rise, and cars and elevators often encouraging less need for physical activity, these issues need to be addressed

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