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What’s the “Best” Exercise?

Most people blame lack of time for being out of shape. So maybe the solution is to exercise more efficiently.

1/2/14
19:25

What’s the “Best” Exercise? (Replay)

Most people blame lack of time for being out of shape. So maybe the solution is to exercise more efficiently.

1/1/15
19:09

How Many Doctors Does It Take to Start a Healthcare Revolution?

Season 5, Episode 3

In part one (“How Many Doctors Does It Take to Start a Healthcare Revolution?”), we continue conversations from last week’s episode (“How Do We Know What Really Works in Healthcare?”). Anupam Jena, a physician, economist, and professor at Harvard Medical School, told us last week about his study that shows mortality rates improve when cardiologists are away at medical conferences. One possible explanation for his results, Jena says, is that many procedures, although highly effective, aren’t better than doing nothing in certain cases.

11/5/15

How Many Doctors Does It Take to Start a Healthcare Revolution? (Replay)

Season 5, Episode 41 In part one (“How Many Doctors Does It Take to Start a Healthcare Revolution?”), we continue conversations from last week’s episode, (“How Do We Know What Really Works in Healthcare?”). Anupam Jena, a physician, economist, and professor at Harvard Medical School, told us about his study that shows mortality rates improve when cardiologists are away at medical conferences. One . . .

7/29/16

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