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Road to Resilience

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Road to Resilience brings you stories and insights to help you thrive in a challenging world. From fighting burnout and trauma, to building resilient families and communities, we explore what’s possible when science meets the human spirit. Powered by the best experts in the world.

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Unknown Exposure
Nobody knows what was in the dust cloud that blanketed Lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001. But we’re increasingly sure about the health consequences, including asthma, PTSD, and cancer. On this episode, a 9/11 health expert and a volunteer responder talk about what it was like to work at Ground Zero, what we know about 9/11-related illnesses, and what their experiences taught them about resilience.Help us tell more great stories by completing our listener survey. Enjoying the podcast? Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Links:Dr. Michael Crane  World Trade Center Health Program Clinical Center of Excellence at Mount SinaiMedical Monitoring Exam (YouTube) Monitoring Exam at the WTC Health Program at Mount Sinai (YouTube)Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational HealthWorld Trade Center Health Program (official homepage)New York City’s 9/11 Health Website9/11 Environmental ActionServing Those Who ServeFealGood Foundation EMDR International AssociationMusic by BlueDot Sessions
The Comedian and the Brain Tumor
Five kids. Four Grammy nominations. One pear-sized brain tumor. When a life-threatening diagnosis turned comedy writer/director Jeannie Gaffigan’s life upside-down, she and her husband, comedian Jim Gaffigan, turned to faith, family, and of course—humor. Jeannie's new memoir is “When Life Gives You Pears" http://bit.ly/2HqD5KU. Joshua Bederson, MD, Chair for the Department of Neurosurgery at Mount Sinai Health System, performed the surgery that saved Jeannie's life http://bit.ly/2MFEX6E. Help us tell more great stories by completing our listener survey (http://bit.ly/2knrxzR). Enjoying the podcast? Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts (https://apple.co/2Nve2Kt). Recorded at CDM Studios in New York City. Music by BlueDot Sessions.
Measuring the Mental Toll of Child Separation
Mount Sinai researchers have published the first large, empirical study examining the mental health of children in immigration detention. Co-authors Craig Katz, MD, and Priscilla Agyeman, MPH, talk about what they found and what it means for all of us. More about the study (http://bit.ly/2yl3swP). The Mount Sinai Human Rights Program (http://bit.ly/2OqPRyL). Dr. Craig Katz (http://bit.ly/2yrHo3r). Help us tell more great stories by completing our listener survey (http://bit.ly/2knrxzR). Enjoying the podcast? Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts (https://apple.co/2Nve2Kt). Music by BlueDot Sessions
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Started
Jun 15th, 2018
Latest Episode
Sep 11th, 2019
Release Period
Monthly
No. of Episodes
18
Avg. Episode Length
22 minutes
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