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Episode 379:Updating the phenomenon of long COVID.

Health policy experts say some adults are still struggling with long COVID and many of them have trouble getting the treatment they need.

Episode 378: Can wastewater recycling help solve Arizona’s water issues?

Recycling wastewater has proven successful in places as diverse as the International Space Station and Disneyland.

Episode 377: Finding a connection between music and language development

People in every culture tend to speak to infants by making language sound more musical.

Episode 376: Using computer algorithms in skin cancer research

Artificial intelligence is joining the fight against skin cancer.

Episode 375: Preparing to receive the asteroid sample from OSIRIS-REx

The University of Arizona-backed OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will return its long-awaited sample of rocks and dust from the asteroid Bennu next month.

Episode 374: Building resilience against climate change

As the weather around us changes, scientists say we need to be more climate resilient.

Episode 373: Growing a new source for rubber products

University of Arizona researchers are helping develop the desert shrub called guayule

Episode 372: Solving the Hispanic Health Paradox

Researchers have found non-white Hispanics live longer and have better health outcomes than people from other ethnic and cultural groups.

Episode 371: Exploring solar systems with more than one sun

Astronomers are discovering our solar system is unique in that it only has one star.

Episode 370: Making new discoveries about gamma ray bursts

Space scientists call gamma ray bursts the most energetic events in the history of the universe.

Episode 369: Research that helps our eyes see better

The University of Arizona is a leader in bio-engineered optical science.

Episode 368: The growing concern about valley fever

The fungal infection known as valley fever is endemic to southwestern states like Arizona and California.

Episode 367: How social isolation can lead to health issues

The U-S Surgeon General says loneliness and social isolation can have a devastating impact on mental and physical health.

Episode 366: Underrepresented groups in the debate over water resources

The University of Arizona is helping communities contribute to decision-making on water resources in the state.

Episode 365: Decoding the mystery of Alzheimer's disease

Researchers investigating Alzheimer’s disease are focusing on the hormone estrogen.

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