Health and Medicine
Featured This Month
Diabetes doesn't have to get in the way of exercise and sports. In fact, sports is a great way to learn how to manage your diabetes by becoming in tune with your body. Peter Nerothin, President and Founder of Insulindependence, and Phil Southerland, a retired pro cyclist and co-founder of Team Type 1, join Dr. Steve Edelman to explore the sports foundations they founded as a means of connecting people with diabetes and encouraging them to excel in all aspects of their lives.
Emmy winner John Weisbarth and safety professionals demonstrate effective and easy ways to childproof your home.
The shoulder is a complex and unstable joint and can be prone to injury. There are many options when treating the shoulder. Dr. Matthew Meunier discusses treatments that may return patients to full function - whether that means a casual round of golf or competitive swimming.
Gail Gresham, RN, JD, and Anna Orlowski, JD explore the legal and practical intersection between HIPAA, patient privacy, personal autonomy, and self determination.
Nearly 36 million Americans suffer from significant hearing loss. Allen Ryan, PhD explores the mechanisms of hearing loss as well as how the ear works. He also examines potential future therapies to treat hearing loss and balance disorders.
Children's food allergies are on the rise. They not only limit a child's diet, they can impact their lives at school and their relationships with friends and family. UC San Diego's Dr. Stephanie Leonard joins host Dr. David Granet to discuss the basics of food allergies, balancing safety and social needs, and new treatments on the horizon.
Triple Aim: Better Health and Better Care at Lower cost. Center for Health Quality and Innovation fellows present innovations that facilitate these goals.
What Health Plans are Looking for From Providers: Collaboration with Health Plans to Facilitate the Triple Aim
Panel of experts explore what health plans are looking for from providers to facilitate triple aim.
Dr. Monica Gandhi, UCSF Division of HIV/AIDS, explains how and when HIV entered the human population and its current prevalence. Then Dr. Paul A. Volberding traces the history of HIV in San Francisco and current epidemiology of the disease.