How can traumatic events be passed to subsequent generations? On this episode, Mark Wolynn discussed identifying and treating inter-generational trauma.
We are all born curious and a healthy sense of curiosity can benefit a person in many ways. However, modern technology threatens human curiosity. On this episode, Ian Leslie tells us about the benefits of this trait, why it is in danger, and how you can strengthen your own natural curiosity.
Watch out, cat…😉
In January 2016, the World Health Organization predicted that Zika virus would spread through most of the Americas by the end of the year. On this episode, Dr. Brenda Wilson discusses the origin of the Zika virus, its connection to microcephaly, and what is being done to stop its spread.
For most grown ups, a foreign language may seem unintelligible. But, human languages may be more similar than one might think. On this episode, Tanmoy Bhattacharya discusses a common structure underlying word meaning that is independent of culture and geography.
Predicted 100 years ago by Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity, gravitational waves have finally been detected. On this episode, Dr. Marco Cavaglia, assistant spokesperson for the LIGO scientific collaboration, joins us to explain what these waves are, how they were detected, and what they can tell us about the universe.
Narcissism and psychopathy are not generally well regarded personality traits, but how do we identify those personality types. On this program, Dr. Frieda Birnbaum discussed these aberrant personality types.
What, me worry?😉