Dr. Soden explores a variety of diagnostic tools in use in medicine today to assist doctors in diagnosing diseases and disorders in patients; the x-ray and its technologically advanced cousin, the MRI or magnetic resonance image, are compared.
Healthline goes back in time to compare dinosaur hearing aids with today's high tech wonders, plus an examination of two of the most common kinds of hearing loss among those over 65.
Taste of HistoryUnder the Vine and Figtree
Chef Walter Staib explores how various beliefs coexisted in Colonial America and eventually resulted in religious freedom. To celebrate our pluralism, Chef Walter prepares Calf Brains with Butter and Capers and Beef Royale, for a Taste of History.
Taste of HistoryA Capital Design
Chef Staib takes us to Washington, DC to share Pierre L’Enfant’s grand vision for a capital city. In honor of this French architect, Chef Staib prepares Liver Dumplings, Veal Tongue Fricassee, Sautéed Heirloom Carrots and for dessert, Chocolate Mousse Cake for a Taste of History.
Whole Body HealthBee Sting Therapy
Bees are essential for human existence. But can this pain also bring health benefits?
Whole Body HealthHot Pepper Therapy
In this edition of Whole Body Health, we explore Hot Pepper Therapy. Wayne Perry, who made a name for himself as a self-defense instructor, tells us his story of how he turned a defense weapon, pepper spray, into a therapeutic sinus cleaner.
Growing BolderThe Craft of Growing Bolder
Want to change your future? You can craft an amazing life when you watch Growing Bolder. Plus, saving lives, one cup at a time, on this episode.
Growing BolderLook for and Find Your Fame Online
The boogie woogie man who found his fame online -- what he's learned about doing what you love. And funnyman Jim Carrey's serious advice for making dreams come true, on this episode of Growing Bolder.