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S3E6 / Gun Violence in America / He's got a gun.

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There’s an important link between intimate partner violence (i.e. domestic violence) and gun violence. The majority of mass shootings occurs in the context of intimate partner violence. And women are most likely to be killed by an intimate partner — a husband, ex-husband, boyfriend or ex-boyfriend — than by anyone else. Guests: Jacquelyn Campbell, Professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing; Ruth Glenn, CEO of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and a survivor of both intimate partner violence and gun violence; April Zeoli, Associate Professor at Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice, and TEDMED 2018 speaker; and Michael Siegel, Professor at the Boston University School of Public Health.

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S3E15 / Gun Violence in America / The Big Australian Buyback

April 18th, 2019

35:11

Australia shares a similar history and culture to our own. But yet after the Port Arthur massacre in 1996, Australians came to see the need for gun …

S3E14 / Gun Violence in America / The Instrumentality of Guns

April 4th, 2019

24:51

In the late 1950s, England and Wales switched from coal-based gas to natural gas in their ovens, which was a lot less toxic. Suicide rates dropped …

S3E13 / Gun Violence in America / In the Eye of the Beholder

March 21st, 2019

24:07

The majority of Americans with guns own them for self-defense. But how common is defensive gun use? And what do these self-defense incidents look …

S3E12 / Gun Violence in America / More Guns = More or Less Crime?

March 7th, 2019

31:36

Since the late 1990s, two economists have dueled over whether more guns lead to more or less crime. In this episode, you’ll hear from both and learn whose science prevails. Guests: John Donohue III, economist, Professor …

S3E11 / Gun Violence in America / Carrying A Gun While Black

February 21st, 2019

20:55

How do you walk that fine line of being black and carrying a gun? with law enforcement? and the public at large? Can it be done? Guests: Justin McFarlin, U.S. Army veteran, and founding member of Everytown USA’s …

S3E10 / Gun Violence in America / This Nonviolent Stuff’ll Get You Killed

February 7th, 2019

23:36

The Civil Rights Movement is famous for its nonviolent tactics, but was it really nonviolent? What role did guns play? Can you have a nonviolent …

S3E9 / Gun Violence in America / Why Blacks Need(ed) Guns

January 24th, 2019

24:06

The black tradition of gun ownership is as long as our nation's history. But Blacks' rights to carry guns have been challenged at every turn. What's that history? And how did it inform attitudes among Civil Rights …

S3E8 / Gun Violence in America / Good Guys with Guns & Bad Guys with Guns

January 10th, 2019

27:56

What does it mean to be a “good guy with a gun” versus a “bad guy with a gun,” and how can you tell them apart? Who are the “sheep,” the “sheepdogs,” …

BONUS: Dr. Gounder's Keynote at the Institute for Health Improvement's meeting in 12/2018

January 7th, 2019

13:27

Happy New Year! Here’s a post-holiday bonus episode before we get back to our regularly scheduled programming next week. In December 2018, I gave a …

S3E7 / Gun Violence in America / She's got a gun.

December 20th, 2018

22:54

Many Americans hold dear the right to a gun for self defense, and the passage of Stand-Your-Ground laws has expanded the right to use deadly force in …

S3E5 / Gun Violence in America / "Boys will be boys."

November 22nd, 2018

19:57

Why are guns a symbol, for many, of masculinity? Are boys and men more violent? Or do they turn to violence and guns as tools in the absence of other …

S3E4 / Gun Violence in America / Gun Culture 2.0

November 8th, 2018

28:03

Why do people own guns and how do they use them? What do guns mean to the people who own them? and to those who don’t? And is there anyone who can …

S3E3 / Gun Violence in America / Guns & Honor

October 25th, 2018

22:37

What is honor? When is it OK to use violence? And how do these ideas influence regional attitudes about guns and our nation’s laws? Guests: Eric …

S3E2 / Gun Violence in America / A Uniquely American Compromise

October 11th, 2018

21:54

Where does our Second Amendment come from? English law, like so many of our other laws? Or is it a uniquely American compromise? Guests: Lois Schwoerer, Professor Emerita of History at George Washington University and …

S3E1 / Gun Violence in America / An Unlikely Friendship

September 27th, 2018

25:03

It's hard to imagine finding common ground on the problem of gun violence. In the 1990s, Dr. Mark Rosenberg and former Congressman Jay Dickey (R-AR) …

S2E13 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / Religion, Responsibility, Blame & Shame

July 12th, 2018

34:05

Is drug use immoral? Can religious leaders and communities help people recover from addiction? And can we hold people responsible without blame and …

S2E12 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / Can we sue our way out of the opioid crisis?

June 12th, 2018

31:56

Is anyone to blame for the opioid overdose epidemic? Should we be going after white-collar criminals like pharmaceutical company executives, …

S2E11 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / This Is America: Race and the War on Drugs

May 22nd, 2018

30:03

The U.S.'s unique history of slavery and race relations have played no small part in how we approach drug abuse and addiction differently from other developed countries—from the supposed “Negro cocaine fiends” of the …

S2E10 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / What comes after you survive an overdose?

May 4th, 2018

20:55

Naloxone can save the lives of drug users from deadly overdose, but what happens after someone survives an overdose? Does naloxone give users a false sense of security, encouraging them to use more? Guests: Jonathan …

S2E9 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / Sharing Opana & Syringes in Small Town Indiana

April 20th, 2018

29:21

Opioid abuse is affecting small towns across the U.S. in unprecedented ways. In 2015, Austin, Indiana was ground zero for one of the biggest HIV …

S2E8 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / Drugs to *treat* addiction?

March 15th, 2018

28:51

Medications can play an important role in helping people recover from addiction. And sometimes, those medications can be the very drug they’re trying …

S2E7 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / A Safe Space to Use Drugs

February 21st, 2018

27:40

What if we gave drug users a clean, safe place to use? out of the alleys and off the streets? Could that be the first rung on the ladder to recovery? …

S2E6 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / Cops as social workers?

February 21st, 2018

26:27

What if the criminal justice system emphasized housing and social services over crime and punishment? Guests: Amy Kroll, administrator for re-entry …

S2E5 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

January 17th, 2018

35:20

In the 1990s, researchers recruited 17,000 adults to answer questions about childhood stressors and trauma and their health. What does this …

S2E4 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / Is there fentanyl in my drugs?

January 17th, 2018

25:33

Could we save lives by offering drug users anonymous purity testing of their drugs for adulterants and dangerous cutting agents like fentanyl? …

S2E3 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / The Rise of Fentanyl

January 17th, 2018

30:00

How has the rise of fentanyl led to a spike in drug overdose deaths? And why would anyone want to take or deal in such a deadly drug? Guests: Mark …

S2E2 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)

January 17th, 2018

34:02

Is neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) -- babies whose mothers used opioids in pregnancy and who go into withdrawal after birth -- is another form of …

S2E1 / The Opioid Overdose Crisis / Is addiction a brain disease?

January 17th, 2018

30:15

Is addiction a brain disease? a moral failing or lack of willpower? or neither? And why does it matter? Guests: Prof. Owen Flanagan, expert on the …

Season 2 Trailer / The Opioid Overdose Crisis

January 17th, 2018

0:40

Over the course of my career as a doctor, I’ve been committed to working with populations in greatest need. But when nearly every community in the …

S1E1 / Youth & Mental Health / Communication & Contagion

September 11th, 2017

32:29

How do we communicate responsibly about depression and suicide without fueling contagion? During the 2016-2017 academic year, Columbia University was …

S1E2 / Youth & Mental Health / Switch or Die: why trans teens are at such high risk for suicide

September 11th, 2017

34:25

Why are LGBTQ youth at such high risk of depression, anxiety and suicide? Guests: Ed Tully, father of a transgender teen in Minnesota; Dr. Ximena …

S1E3 / Youth & Mental Health / Academic & Social Pressure

September 11th, 2017

36:37

How do new stressors contribute to the risk of suicide among young people? Guests: Kristine Bernardoni, mother in California whose son was one of a …

S1E4 / Youth & Mental Health / Social Media, Big Data & Other Solutions

September 11th, 2017

32:14

How can social media, texting and big data be used to improve mental health and prevent suicide? And what can colleges and universities do to help …

S1E5 / Youth & Mental Health / The Role of TV & Film

September 11th, 2017

33:45

Can movies and shows like Netflix's 13 Reasons Why raise awareness about mental health and help those at risk for suicide? Guests: Dr. Victor Schwartz, suicide prevention expert and Chief Medical Officer at the JED …

In Sickness and in Health - trailer

September 2nd, 2017

2:45

This is a podcast about health and social justice.
Health is wealth.
Some of us have it, some don’t.
Some of us will live long and healthy lives… and some won’t.
But why me and not them? Why them and not me?

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