UTR: Giving Voice to Depression

  According to the World Health Organization, over 264 million people worldwide have depression. Nearly 800,000 people commit suicide per year, and suicide is the second leading cause of death for people

Second Acts & Becoming Whole

Jennifer Shaw is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), yoga instructor, health and wellness coach, and podcaster. She is vibrant, physically active, and loves to read—in fact, Jennifer read 33 books in

UTR: Knowable

  Knowable probes the limits of how we think about big questions in science and technology and how they have changed over time.  An extension of Knowable Magazine, this podcast is hosted

Fun with Science Journalism…

In my hunt for great women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) who make science accessible to the masses without dumbing it down, I was delighted to find the ScienceVs podcast,

Education

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UTR: Martinis & Murder

  When I was a kid and snuck a sip of my mom’s martini, I hated it. “It’s an acquired taste,” she told me. Ironically, that’s how I feel about Martinis &

Keeping a Special Place Special

Former U.S. President Barack Obama believed that there is no greater threat to our children, our plant, and our future generations than climate change. In fact, Obama stated, “The world must come

UTR: Equals

  Equals is a seasonal podcast about hope in the fight against inequality.  The episode I listened to featured Zambian Musical Artist PilAto. Orphaned at age 16 when both of his parents

The Truth About Hugging Panda Bears

Did you know that giving is good for your health?  Yes, the old Biblical Proverb that says, “There is more happiness in giving than in receiving” is 100 percent true.  Studies show