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How a spouse’s education impacts your health, and pandemic parenting

January 26, 2022 — A new IU study finds that a spouse's education can positively impact their partner's overall health, and an IU sociologist provides insight on parenting during the current omicron variant surge. View text transcript of Jan. 26 podcast.

Lack of diversity in sex ed textbooks, and testing cancer-fighting drugs

January 24, 2022 — An IU study demonstrates a lack of diversity of skin color and skin tones in sex education textbooks, and IU researchers make important new findings about how to test cancer-fighting drugs. View text transcript of Jan. 24 podcast

Intelligent assistants and heath care needs, and civil conflict in the U.S.

January 21, 2022 — IUPUI researchers are exploring how intelligent assistants can help older adults manage their daily health care tasks at home, and an IU political scientist says another civil war in the U.S. is unlikely. View text transcript of Jan. 21 podcast.

Nursing homes, and diversity in organizations

January 19, 2022 — A new study shows that younger nursing home residents are transferred to the hospital more than older ones, and an IU expert says organizations can do more when staff from diverse backgrounds connect. View text transcript of Jan. 19 podcast.

Preglacial topography, and heart attack treatment

January 14, 2022 — A new study reconstructs the preglacial topography of mid-North America for the first time, and IU researchers shed new light on the damaging effects of standard heart attack treatment. View text transcript of Jan. 14 podcast.

Schizophrenia, and sexual frequency

January 10, 2022 — An IU chemistry professor and her students are working to identify the genes that cause schizophrenia, and an IU study found declines in partnered sex of all kinds among people in the U.S View text transcript of Jan. 10 podcast.

Youth mental health, and aging

January 7, 2022 — Indiana University experts are helping pediatricians catch and address mental health concerns early, and one IU program is creating a guide to connect older adults with creative activities. View text transcript of Jan. 7 podcast.

Addressing mental health and stigma

January 5, 2022 — IU is establishing a new research institute focused on mental health stigma, thanks to a $3 million gift from the Jim Irsay Family, and an IU study finds that stigma surrounding depression dropped significantly for the first time in the United States. View text transcript of Jan. 5 podcast.

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