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Un gran reto en la atención de la esclerosis múltiple es reconocerla lo suficientemente pronto como para iniciar la intervención y cambiar la trayectoria de la enfermedad. Los determinantes sociales de la salud, incluyendo las barreras culturales, pueden hacer que esto sea especialmente difícil. El Dr. Jaime Imitola, jefe de la División de Escleros…
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You don't have to be an elite athlete to take advantage of a new care model that offers access to full range of expertise: the Women's Center for Motion and Performance at UConn Health is for women of all ages, ability levels, and medical needs. Dr. Katherine Coyner, director, and Dr. Allison Schafer, medical director, explain how patients will ben…
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A great challenge in multiple sclerosis care is recognizing it soon enough to start intervention and change the disease trajectory. Social determinants of health, including cultural barriers, can make this especially difficult. Dr. Jaime Imitola, chief of UConn Health’s Division of Multiple Sclerosis and Translational Neuroimmunology, led a group t…
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After six years, 115 episodes, two national awards, and countless memories that will last a lifetime, UConn 360 is going on indefinite hiatus. Does this mean you'll never again hear from the only podcast known to science that covers the University of Connecticut from every conceivable angle? Probably not! Who knows? The future is unwritten, as Tom'…
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UConn Health is now part of the Dispensary of Hope Network, which means it can connect qualifying patients with no-cost prescriptions for certain medications that the pharmaceutical companies make available. Emmett Sullivan and Dr. Hetal Patel from the UConn Health Pharmacy explain the program, which is only the third of its kind in Connecticut and…
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Temptation surrounds us during the holiday season. How do we navigate those holiday parties, potlucks and happy hours so we can be reasonably healthy and still be festive? Linda York, registered dietitian at UConn Health, has some tips on how to "brave the buffet" and still share in the merriment. (Linda York, Chris DeFrancesco, November 2023)…
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From raging wildfires in Canada to record rainfall in New York City to an out-of-nowhere hurricane slamming into Mexico, 2023 has been yet another year with abundant evidence that our weather is getting harder to predict - and disasters harder to manage - as the planet continues to heat. Talbot Andrews, assistant professor of political science, foc…
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This year marks the 50th anniversary of hip hop, which emerged from block parties in the South Bronx to become the dominant form of popular music in the United States and beyond. How did this unlikely underdog story happen? What kind of changes to the music and culture have taken place over five decades? What do you do when Chuck D from Public Enem…
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Once upon a time, UConn was home to abundant orchards - where Gampel Pavilion sits now, and later at the Cold Spring Orchard not too far away. It's been many years since UConn grew its own apples, pears, and other tree fruit, but that's about to change. The Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture in the College of Agriculture, Health…
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The Huskies square off with the Duke Blue Devils for a chance to advance to the 1990 Final Four in Denver, CO. Connect with the show via the following: Twitter: DreamSeasonPod Instagram: DreamSeasonPod Email: dreamseasonpodATgmail.com Leave a voicemail: (903) 884-8990 If you'd like to have your memory of The Dream Season (or any moment covered duri…
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It may seem hard to believe, as we bask in the glow of a fifth national championship, but there was a time when the UConn men's basketball team was little more than an afterthought. The Huskies had joined the newly created Big East Conference in 1979, which coincidentally would be the last time they'd play in the NCAA tournament for more than a dec…
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The Huskies travel to East Rutherford, NJ to take on the ACC regular season champion Clemson Tigers in the Sweet Sixteen. Scott Burrell on the Field of 68 Podcast WFAN Tribute to The Shot Connect with the show via the following: Twitter: DreamSeasonPod Instagram: DreamSeasonPod Email: dreamseasonpodATgmail.com Leave a voicemail: (903) 884-8990 If y…
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A nationwide child and adolescent behavioral health project that originated at UConn Health takes a creative, modern approach to helping young people cope with mental health challenges. At the same time, it creates educational resources for therapists throughout the country. A component of this includes the "Trauma Avengers" sharing their "Digital …
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When is the best time to start moving up bed time? Hint: it's not the night before the first day of school! Dr. Jennifer Kanaan from UConn Health's Sleep Disorders Center works with adults, adolescents, and children. She joins the podcast to explain what's happening in our bodies when we sleep and why it's so beneficial to our performance, particul…
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The 1989-90 UConn Huskies earn the #1 seed in the East Region and look to avoid becoming the first 1 seed to lose to a 16 seed, while playing in a familiar arena. Connect with the show via the following: Twitter: DreamSeasonPod Instagram: DreamSeasonPod Email: dreamseasonpodATgmail.com Leave a voicemail: (903) 884-8990 If you'd like to have your me…
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Tom and Julie get a break this week from their hectic podcast production schedule when colleague Elaina Hancock interviews Professor of Earth Sciences Robert Thorson - known far and wide as "Thor" - whose expertise runs from Henry David Thoreau to New England stone walls to cutting-edge geology. In this interview, Elaina and Prof. Thorson talk abou…
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The #2 seed UConn Huskies open the 1990 Big East Tournament with a quarterfinal matchup against #7 Seton Hall and look to build on their momentum heading into the upcoming NCAA Tournament. Connect with the show via the following: Twitter: DreamSeasonPod Instagram: DreamSeasonPod Email: dreamseasonpodATgmail.com Leave a voicemail: (903) 884-8990 If …
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The 1989-90 UConn men's basketball team closes out the regular season with their final seven conference games, including key matchups at both Syracuse and Georgetown. The squad continues to advance up the AP Top 25 and the lone senior is honored on Senior Night. Connect with the show via the following: Twitter: DreamSeasonPod Instagram: DreamSeason…
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Identifying Parkinson's disease early and starting a treatment plan can go a long way in delaying the onset of disability or loss of function. Once that diagnosis is made, supportive care and planning become crucial parts of managing the disease. Dr. Bernardo Rodrigues, director of UConn Health's Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center, e…
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Nationally, about 12% of children live with a parent who abuses alcohol or other drugs, and about 80% of parents in the child welfare system have substance use disorder. Margaret Lloyd Sieger is an Assistant Professor in the UConn School of Social Work who teaches courses in substance use disorder, research, program evaluation, and social policy. H…
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The doors close on the Field House and the curtain rises on Gampel Pavilion. The Huskies crack the Associated Press Top 25 and continue to climb. BONUS: Stick around after the closing credits to hear the pregame ceremonies before the final game at the Field House, as well as an interview with Art Quimby. Sports Illustrated article from the February…
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Two UConn Health endocrinologists, Drs. Pooja Luthra and Parvathy Madhavan, and the coordinator of UConn Health's Diabetes Self-Management Education Program, nurse practitioner Luriza Glynn, discuss the importance of recognizing early signs of diabetes and managing it once diagnosed with the benefit of education. (Luriza Glynn, Dr. Parvathy Madhava…
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Dimitris Xygalatas is an anthropologist and cognitive scientist who studies some of the more peculiar aspects of what it means to be human: ritual, music, sports fandom, and other things that help people connect with each other and make sense of their lives. He is an associated professor in anthropology and psychological sciences at UConn, and the …
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Two incredible wins against perennial Big East powers Syracuse and Georgetown creates a euphoric state in the State of Connecticut. Connect with the show via the following: Twitter: DreamSeasonPod Instagram: DreamSeasonPod Email: dreamseasonpodATgmail.com Leave a voicemail: (903) 884-8990 If you'd like to have your memory of The Dream Season (or an…
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UConn begins the 90's with a road trip to #16 St. John's, which results in an examination of the Huskies defensive strategy and if changes are needed. Connect with the show via the following: Twitter: DreamSeasonPod Instagram: DreamSeasonPod Email: dreamseasonpodATgmail.com Leave a voicemail: (903) 884-8990 If you'd like to have your memory of The …
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Hey! Have you heard that the UConn Huskies men's basketball team are YOUR 2023 NCAA national champions? OF COURSE YOU HAVE. In this episode, recorded hours after the final game, Julie and Tom talk about it in a very sleep-deprived way that will either capture the lingering excitement of the moment or make you wonder if the fumes from the soundproof…
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When it comes to pain management, particularly back and neck pain, narcotics are not the only option. We ask two UConn Health physiatrists — Dr. Joseph Walker and Dr. Durgadas Sakalkale — about the approaches they take in the UConn Musculoskeletal Institute. (March 2023, Dr. Joseph Walker, Dr. Durgadas Sakalkale, Chris DeFrancesco) UConn Health Ort…
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The Huskies are 4-1 heading into the inaugural ACC-Big East Challenge against Maryland. In addition to some non-conference matchups, UConn opens the Big East season as they host Villanova and wrap up the 1980s with the Connecticut Mutual Classic. Connect with the show via the following: Twitter: DreamSeasonPod Instagram: DreamSeasonPod Email: dream…
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This week, we sit down with UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson for a wide-ranging discussion on everything from the U.S. Supreme Court to the future of legal education. Dean Nelson, who arrived at UConn in July 2020, says that the growing public impression of the nation's top court as essentially a political body doesn't bode well for its abi…
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The 1989-90 UConn men's basketball season gets underway with a trip to Anchorage, Alaska for the Great Alaska Shootout. Episode 6 of the Dream Season Podcast covers the three game in Alaska, as well as home games against Yale and Howard. Connect with the show via the following: Twitter: DreamSeasonPod Instagram: DreamSeasonPod Email: dreamseasonpod…
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