Free Associationsactive
Media Type |
audio
Mad musings from the messy world of science.
Free Associations is about using a critical eye when reading journal articles or news coverage about research breakthroughs. With a sense of humor and a healthy dose of skepticism Boston University School of Public Health Professors Matt Fox, Chris Gill and Jennifer Rider talk us through popular health studies and hyperbolic news headlines while teaching us how to ask the right questions. Music: "Duress" by Ketsa under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.
Country Of Origin |
USA
Produced In |
Boston, MA
Premiere Date |
2017-09-12
Frequency |
Biweekly
Explicit |
No

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75 Available Episodes (75 Total)Average duration: 00:54:14
May 19 | 00:54:19
Episode 73 - Is fish oil all that useful?
May 05 | 00:57:16
Episode 72 - Is it worth the risk to bike to work?
Apr 21 | 01:00:50
Episode 71 - Are C-sections increasing BMI in kids?
Apr 07 | 00:59:01
Episode 70 - Can kids with chicken pox protect you from shingles?
Mar 24 | 00:41:30
Episode 69 - An informal chat about COVID-19
Mar 10 | 00:49:59
Episode 68 - Long-term follow up on a new prevention for breast cancer
Feb 25 | 00:53:16
Episode 67 - What is hotspotting healthcare and does it work?
Feb 11 | 01:03:26
Episode 66 - Social determinants of homicides in the US
Jan 28 | 00:57:31
Episode 65 - Does quality of care affect maternal and neonatal outcomes?
Jan 14 | 00:54:18
Episode 64 - What's new for treating Ebola?
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