Relatively Healthy with Janie Stolar

A weekly Science podcast
Good podcast? Give it some love!

Episodes of Relatively Healthy

Rather than end on a high note with her last interview, Janie rambles for 10 minutes, offers parting wisdom(?) and then proceeds to shout out only half of the guests she loved because she gets overwhelmed. Relatively Healthy's listeners are the
Rather than end on a high note with her last interview, Janie rambles for 10 minutes, offers parting wisdom(?) and then proceeds to shout out only half of the guests she loved because she gets overwhelmed. Relatively Healthy's listeners are the
Beth Newell co-founded Reductress and gave birth to two adorable children all within the time span Janie... sat around. In today's grand finale Relatively Healthy, the brilliant, accomplished Beth gives Janie the lowdown on her experience havin
Beth Newell co-founded Reductress and gave birth to two adorable children all within the time span Janie... sat around. In today's grand finale Relatively Healthy, the brilliant, accomplished Beth gives Janie the lowdown on her experience havin
Janie chats with comedian Hana Michels about living with chronic illnesses. How does living with persistent conditions affect the way you see your body? What are some of the invisible demands? And what could friends do to be more supportive?FOL
Janie chats with comedian Hana Michels about living with chronic illnesses. How does living with persistent conditions affect the way you see your body? What are some of the invisible demands? And what could friends do to be more supportive?FOL
Janie chats with Jackie Quinn, a writer living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) type 2, about her experiences navigating housing, travel and work as a person living with a disability. We should all be discussing this all the time!FOLLOW RELAT
Janie chats with Jackie Quinn, a writer living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) type 2, about her experiences navigating housing, travel and work as a person living with a disability. We should all be discussing this all the time!FOLLOW RELAT
If you've ever wondered about botox, retinoids, lip fillers, fat transfer or skincare routines, do not miss this episode! Today Janie is joined by a very special guest, facial plastic & reconstructive surgeon Dr. Tina Ho. She's a brilliant medi
If you've ever wondered about botox, retinoids, lip fillers, fat transfer or skincare routines, do not miss this episode! Today Janie is joined by a very special guest, facial plastic & reconstructive surgeon Dr. Tina Ho. She's a brilliant medi
Relatively Healthy is back! And aren't brains weird? Janie is diving right back in with brilliant comedian and neuroscience PhD candidate Shannon Odell. Today's all about the neuroscience of social media. How does Twitter affect our brains? Is
Relatively Healthy is back! And aren't brains weird? Janie is diving right back in with brilliant comedian and neuroscience PhD candidate Shannon Odell. Today's all about the neuroscience of social media. How does Twitter affect our brains? Is
Thank you for listening to Forever Dog podcasts this year and please enjoy this year-in-review clips show! Listen to find a new favorite podcast to subscribe to in 2019 or just a killer back catalog to binge during your holiday travels. And ple
How do you take care of yourself when dealing with mental illness? How do you support a friend? How do you pursue a creative career and stay sane? All good questions, and May Wilkerson and Alyssa Lymperis offer wonderful insight today on the sh
On today's show, Janie chats with Dr. Renee Engeln about her groundbreaking research exploring our relationships to body image, appearance and self esteem, and the phenomenon she calls "beauty sickness." If you've ever felt like things are off
We've all been negatively affected by the high value our society places on beauty -- both as perpetrators and victims of a very narrow standard. So how do we learn to love our bodies, take care of ourselves and stay strong when the problem is l
The worlds of health and wellness can be so complex -- and we are fed so many ideas about body image -- it can be impossible to know how to navigate our relationships to our diets. On this episode, Janie parses through all the misinformation --
Comedian/activist Molly Gaebe had been volunteering as an abortion doula and working in the reproductive rights space for years before she had her abortion. And the experience only got her more involved and more vocal about reproductive rights.
Comedian/writer Kim Kalish has always believed that life begins at conception. So when she was faced with an unplanned pregnancy, she had to make a decision she never anticipated. Today on the show, a story about abortion that needs to be heard
It's uncomfortable. It's sad. And it's a taboo subject. But talking about death is not only good for us -- it can save us a lot of pain down the road. On today’s show, Janie chats with death doula, end-of-life planner, and all around phenomenal
On today's show, clinical psychologist / sex therapist / invaluable font of wisdom Dr. Nazanin Moali tackles Janie's list of commonly held myths about sex and relationships. Turns out, a lot of people are wrong. A lot! But it's OK! Because Dr.
Jesse Galle talks about receiving a heart transplant, viral cardiomyopathy, transplant waiting lists, and organ donation.FOLLOW RELATIVELY HEALTHY ON TWITTER: twitter.com/844stolarxSUBSCRIBE/RATE on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or whe
Janie talks to LunaPads Co-Founder and feminist icon SUZANNE SIEMENS about popular opinions/misconceptions about menstruation and menstrual products, LunaPads innovative marketing strategies, feminist business practices, the Pads4Girls program,
Janies friend Carrie shares her experience with infertility and explains the ins and outs of in vitro fertilization. If youre curious about IVF, have a listen. And if you know someone going through fertility challenges and you want to be a supp
Janie talks to Maya Dusenbery, the author of "Doing Harm: The Truth about How Bad Medicine and Lazy Science Leave Women Dismissed, Misdiagnosed, and Sick," about the specific biases within the medical system that work against women and specific
Rate Podcast
Do you host or manage this podcast?
Claim and edit this page to your liking.
Are we missing an episode or update?
Use this to check the RSS feed immediately.