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Cognitive dysfunction after chemo, and lead pipes

May 7, 2021—Indiana University researchers are studying cognitive dysfunction after chemotherapy, and environmental health researcher Gabriel Filippelli discusses President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan to target lead pipes that threaten public health. View a text transcript of the audio.

Vaccine mandates, and elections

May 5, 2021—IU Professor Kosali Simon discusses potential COVID-19 vaccine mandates by employers, and an IU elections expert explains why Trump is more likely to win in the GOP than to take his followers to a new third party. View a text transcript of the audio.

Vaccines, and food allergies

May 3, 2021—Dr. Aaron Carroll discusses what it means to declare the end of the pandemic, and in honor of Food Allergy Awareness Month, an IU expert provides tips for parents communicating about their child’s food allergies. View a text transcript of the audio.

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