November 23, 2013
Adam and Cristy are joined by Dr. Judith Tintinalli, Professor and Chair Emeritus of Emergency Medicine, to talk about Life and Death in the ER.
November 16, 2013
Adam and Cristy are joined by Dr. Hugo Scornik, author and pediatrician, and Dr. Benjamin Sommers, author and general internist, to discuss their pieces in the New England Journal of Medicine about Health Care & Immigration Reform.
November 9, 2013
Adam and Cristy talk with Dr. Emily Oster, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago, about her book, Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Is Wrong-and What You Really Need to Know.
November 2, 2013
Adam and Cristy are joined by author Ryan Boyle to talk about his book When the Lights Go Out.
October 26, 2013
Adam & Cristy are joined by Allen Hamm, Founder and President of Superior LTC, to talk about his book, How to Plan for Long-Term Care.
October 19, 2013
Adam & Cristy talk with Dr. Warren Newton, Vice-Dean and Director of North Carolina AHEC, WiIliam B. Aycock Distinguished Professor, and Chair of the UNC Department of Family Medicine, about AHEC: Past, Present and Future in Health Care Transformation.
October 12, 2013
Adam & Cristy are joined by Dr. Peter Rizzolo, Author and Retired Professor of Family Medicine at UNC, to talk about his book, Forbidden Harvest.
October 5, 2013
Adam & Cristy are joined by Dr. Craig Buchman, Vice Chairman for Clinical Affairs in the Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at UNC School of Medicine, to talk about Major Innovations in Medicine: Surgery and Hearing Loss.
September 28, 2013
Adam & Cristy are joined by Dr. Ethan Basch, Director of Patient Outcomes at UNC-Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, to talk about Drug Labels: Could They Tell us More?
September 21, 2013
Adam and special guest host Dr. Irene Skowronek, Psychologist from the UNC Department of Family Medicine, talk with Primary Care Physician and Co-Director of the Massachusetts General Down Syndrome Clinic, Dr. Allie Schwartz about Down Syndrome.