Posted on · While the worst of this summer's extreme heat may be over, you still need to think about sun exposure.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: This won’t be the last oppressive summer in Houston. We'll have to either deal with it – or leave. We discuss how to adapt to the Bayou City’s changing climate in the coming years.
Posted on · Houston Public Media's reporters Sara Willa Ernst and Katie Watkins review recent stories in their beat -- and what they're working on next.
Posted on · Epidemiologist Dr. Catherine Troisi shares why she thinks it's happening.
Posted on · Sleep expert Dr. Sudha Tallavajhulah answers listener questions about sleep and sleep disorders.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: This week, the Harris County Jail had its sixth inmate death of the year. We consider how this compares to the trends of recent years and what the county is doing to mitigate it.
Posted on · A local medical expert says the post-apocalyptic HBO series has brought necessary attention to a real medical threat. And science is lagging behind in its understanding of it.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Texas Monthly writer Arman Badrei talks about his recent piece about Westheimer Road and what driving its 19-mile expanse can tell us about our city.
Posted on · A doctor at Houston’s Ben Taub Hospital makes the case in his new book chronicling patients let down by the system.
Posted on · We consider the communication challenges some doctors face when talking with their patients, particularly in discussions about nutrition and obesity.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: A new agreement is in place that will allow the rebuild and expansion of I-45 to move forward, nearly two years after it was paused following concerns from numerous stakeholders. We learn what the agreement entails.
Posted on · Ways to incorporate healthier foods into your diet and how to achieve long-term success.
Posted on · Tips on how to stick with your resolutions and achieve physical and mental wellness in 2023.
Posted on · Houston Public Media is looking to further report on the ripple effects Long COVID is having in people’s lives, whether financial, educational, physical or emotional.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We learn the latest about the boil water notice affecting millions of Houston water customers. And a sleep experts answers your questions.