To listen, you'll need QuickTime or Windows Media Player. If you like what you hear, subscribe to the RSS feed to have the latest episodes delivered right to you. To download a podcast, right click on the speaker and Save Target As. To hear past episodes visit the archive.Special reports:
Coping with depression: Tough economic times causes more stress, anxiety, with Melvin McInnis, M.D. (MP3 5:16)
HHS Health Beat with Ira Dreyfus: Too little sleep, too much weight, with Julie Lumeng, M.D. (MP3 00:59)
Listen for the latest public health news you can use.
Updates on basic science and research.
Treat the risk, not the cholesterol: Study challenges current guidelines (MP3 02:55)
CHEAR-cast: Children's health news and reports from the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health.
Spanish language podcast on important health and research news.
David Stutz, M.D., FACP, takes your health and medical questions and gets answers from experts.
Listen to the current episode or submit your own question
Dr. Jimbo's Japanese Health Podcast
Podcast on current health information of interest to Japanese.
Tests & procedures
Information and instructions for common tests and procedures.
podcasts by Claire Casselman and the Complimentary Therapies Program at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Cancer Q & A
Find answers to commonly asked questions about cancer.
Family Medicine Residency Podcast UnPlugged
Listen to the experinces of Family Medicine Residents at UMHS
The stories behind major gifts to the University of Michigan Health System
Taubman Gift (MP3 08:48)
Tests & procedures
Listen to information and instructions for common tests and procedures.
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