I'm August, I'm Jack N, I’m Devon, and I'm Jack M and this is the Houseless children podcast. We are students at creative science school. Today we are going to talk about the growing amount of houseless children in Portland OR, and what peopl
Welcome to our Podcast, Childhood Cancer Story. For our podcast, we were lucky to interview Ava and Emma Blaser. We wanted to get the point of view of someone who had cancer at a very young age. Ava, a two time cancer survivor, had cancer when
Our podcast takes a deep dive into the struggles of student debt. We navigate through the difficulties of life after college and the crushing debt that plagues the majority of the population in America. Are you interested in the future of coll
Three cults, three stories, and three tragedies. This is Brainwashed; where we analyze and depict the world's most infamous cults.Resources: People’s Temple:https://www.history.com/news/jonestown-jim-jones-mass-murder-suicide https://jonestown.
This podcast takes a look into all things vaccines, with a special insight from practicing infectious diseases, Dr. Mark Crislip, MD. Bibliography:Writers, Staff. “Vaccine Myths Debunked.” PublicHealth.org, PublicHealth.org, 11 Feb. 2020, www.
Our podcast is about the impact of technology on generation z. Topics include social life, self esteem, how screens affect our brains, what our future will look like with social media, and mental health misunderstandings.
My name is Carson and with my teammates Dagan, Oliver, and Ferguson we will talk about Civics and government between China and Hong Kong and the relationship between China and the United States.References:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_RdnVt
Aviv, Emmett, Macey, and Maddy interview Lee Silverstein. Lee is a stage 4 cancer patient/ survivor and host of We Have Cancer Pod, "a podcast created to provide survivors, caregivers, and professionals a vehicle to share their stories of strug
For the beginning of season 2, we get to share a brand new episode from last year. We interview Patrick Scott, brother of Alex Scott who started Alex's Lemonade Stand to fight childhood cancer. Personal Cancer Stories was created as a way for p
Personal Cancer Stories was created as a way for people who have not been affected by cancer to understand just how life-changing contracting the disease can be. The hosts will interview one person whose life has been changed by cancer in each
Most people know that when someone has cancer, the drugs given to them (specifically chemotherapy) can cause hair loss. But what most people don’t know is why, and what effects it has, not only physically, but emotionally. How does it affect se
Our podcast is about the different treatments and how they will develop in the future. In this podcast we discuss treatments that scientists are optimistic about and we even interview a current doctor at OHSU. Tune in to find out more about the
Welcome to Navigating cancer! It’s about parents whose kids have had cancer and were presented with multiple treatment options and had to decide which one was the best. We will also cover the disagreements between doctors on how to treat their
This particular podcast is about how elephants are less likely to get cancer. We had the opportunity to interview an expert in the subject, Dr. Carlo Maley at Arizona State University and this podcast features our conversation with him.
Our podcast is called Cancer today, tomorrow, and over time. It is about the evolution and history of cancer discoveries, theories, and more. This podcast will teach us more and more about the history of cancer.