July 21, 2021
Dr. Gretchen LaSalle is a family physician and expert on vaccine hesitancy. We discuss the risks and benefits of childhood and adult (non-COVID) vaccines.
July 5, 2021
Professor of Immunology, Dr. Jennifer Grier, answers questions about the development, safety and long-term effects of the COVID-19 vaccines.
June 21, 2021
Dr. Andrew Weil discusses how to find good advice in the realms personal health and medicine. We cover how the traditional medical establishment so often falls short in making us healthier, the unproven alternative approaches you see on the internet, the new age of psychedelics, how to approach vac…
June 8, 2021
Neuroscientists Darya Rose, Ph.D and Andrew Huberman, Ph.D discuss the science of sleep and how to troubleshoot sleep issues on your own.
May 24, 2021
Darya speaks with Dr. Stephanie Edgerly and Peter Slevin about truth and journalism. Dr. Edgerly shares how we can be more savvy news consumers, while Mr. Slevin shares what goes on behind the scenes in a newsroom and the process of journalism.
May 10, 2021
Renée DiResta discusses how misinformation spreads online, and how social media platforms can be taken advantage of to propagate false narratives. Understanding how misinformation spreads is the first step in protecting yourself from falling victim to falsehoods.
May 3, 2021
Dr. Adam Gazzaley discusses how academic science works as both an institution and community to make sure that only the most honest, accurate and ethical work makes it into peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Gazzaley helps to demystify the ivory tower that can feel confusing and intimidating for the la…
May 2, 2021
These first few episodes tackle a big question, which is how do we know what’s true? Somehow this question has become incredibly muddy in the past few years, and I’d like to highlight some of the ways we can get back on track and rediscover a common reality we can agree upon.