17-21 Segment 2: E-cigarettes and Oral Health

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Experts have a lot of questions still unanswered about electronic cigarettes, but evidence is starting to accumulate that the effect on the oral cavity can be as significant as tobacco cigarettes.

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17-20 Segment 2: Intergenerational Living

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Some retirement homes are offering local college students room and board in return for interaction with elderly residents. Students and experts involved discuss how it’s a win/win for everyone.

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17-19 Segment 2: Cancer Treatment and Sex

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Cancer treatment has always focused on survival. Now doctors are increasingly focusing on side effects, including the effect of treatment on sexual function and satisfaction. However, many patients are shy about bringing up their difficulties, unaware there are ways to help. One of the nation’s top experts discusses.

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17-18 Segment 2: Doing Too Much For Terminal Patients

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Doctors often take extreme measures to save patients who are dying, and who might wish to die in peace. A critical care physician discusses how doctors are learning to resist their impulses to over-treat.

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17-17 Segment 2: Multiple Myeloma – Why is Iceland So Important?

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Scientists are tapping the entire adult population of Iceland for a clinical test for treatments for multiple myeloma, a blood cancer. An expert explains the disease and how a whole country is pitching in to fight it.

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17-16 Segment 1: Moderate Exercise – It’s Better For You

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Studies are showing that people who train hard and long at running have death rates similar to couch potatoes, while those who exercise moderately or even lightly are likely to live much longer. Experts discuss how much exercise is enough and how to make the most of light exercise.

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17-15 Segment 2: Why Taming Sleep Leaves Us Restless

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Sleep used to be natural, governed by darkness, light, and fatigue. Now it’s highly processed and scheduled. An author discusses his research on the ways this has led to a poorer night’s sleep.

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