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Improving Hoosier health, and holiday safety

December 10, 2021—Indiana University joins a statewide initiative to ensure more equitable access to health services in Indiana, and an IUPUI epidemiologist shares tips for safely enjoying the holiday season. View a text transcript of the audio.

A nanochip to reprogram biological tissue, and sextech

December 8, 2021—Researchers at the IU School of Medicine have developed an innovative silicone nanochip that can reprogram biological tissue in a living body, and Kinsey Institute researchers suggest sextech may be a form of self-care for mental health discomfort. View a text transcript of the audio.

Holiday shopping outlook, and Christmas tree farms

December 6, 2021—An IU retail expert makes predictions for the holiday shopping season, and IU researchers have partnered with Indiana Christmas tree farms to study trends and expand the industry’s long-term viability. View a text transcript of the audio.

Developing treatments for childhood cancers, and studying gun violence in communities

December 3, 2021—IU cancer researchers are developing new treatments for tumors that develop in patients who have a common genetic condition, and IUPUI professor is student nonfatal shootings to better understand the impact of gun violence. View a text transcript of the audio.

Teaching creativity through video games, and addressing substance use disorder among adolescents

December 1, 2021An IUPUI art professor has created a video game to teach the concepts of creativity, and IU School of Medicine doctors are leading an expansion of the school’s psychiatry-based services to help adolescents with substance use disorder. View a text transcript of the audio.

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