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Facing a new year

December 18, 2020 — As 2021 approaches, IU experts provide tips for creative ways to exercise and improving your mental wellbeing. View a text transcript of the audio.

The Christmas tree market, and the potential of AI

December 16, 2020 — IU researchers study trends in live Christmas tree farming, and an IU expert comments on the positives and negatives of AI. View a text transcript of the audio.

COVID-19 vaccines

December 14, 2020 — Indiana University experts discuss myths around the COVID-19 vaccines and whether they will be mandated for Americans. View a text transcript of the audio.

Judgment, and student learning

December 11, 2020 — An IU doctor says judging others on how they choose to live during the pandemic is counterproductive, and an IU sociologist says schools need more resources to help students effectively navigate the pandemic. View a text transcript of the audio.

Volunteering to advance medical research, and pandemic impact on manufacturing

December 7, 2020 — A patient's tissue donation has allowed IU researchers to identify a new cancer therapy, and IU business experts assess the pandemic’s impact on manufacturing. View a text transcript of the audio.

The economy, and giving

December 4, 2020 — An IU expert discusses the road ahead for President-elect Joe Biden to get the economy back on track and one IU researcher discusses the need, and opportunities, for people to give. View a text transcript of the audio.

Substance use, and breast cancer

December 2, 2020 — An IU expert discusses the impact the pandemic may have on those in recovery from substance use disorder, and an IU researcher works to identify the unique biology that may make Black women more susceptible to aggressive breast cancer. View a text transcript of the audio.

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