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Breaking The Cycle of Negative Self-Talk

In this segment of Lifequakes, hosts Jessica Reyes and Patricia Wu explore why we can be so hard on ourselves. Self-criticism can lead to...

The Silent Threat Behind The Toxic Drug Crisis: Brain Injuries

Canada's toxic drug crisis has a hidden consequence: a brain injury epidemic. Overdoses, often involving fentanyl, cause oxygen deprivation in the brain, leading to...

Never Too Late: A 99-Year-Old Breaks Swimming World Record

Setting Record at Any AgeOn this segment of Psychology Behind the Headlines, hosts Patricia Wu and Jessica Reyes are joined by Dr. Geri-Lynn Utter...
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Decreasing Amount of Weight Loss Options for U.S. Children

Patricia Wu and Ryan Heapy discuss how little options US children have for weight loss programs.

Body Language: Decoding the Messages Your Mind is Sending

Can what we think really influence our physical health? Host Jessica Reyes and guest therapist Dr. Jude Black talk about the science behind the mind-body connection and what it means for your well-being on this "What's Trending" segment.

Alarming Amount of Americans Suffer From Chronic Insomnia

Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and Jojo Venant discuss a report finding 1 in 8 Americans have chronic insomnia.

The White House’s New Women’s Health Initiative: Delaying Menopause

Jessica Reyes and Dr. Jude Black discuss the White House's new women's health initiative about researching ways to delay menopause.

Weight Resistance Training: The True Fountain of Youth?

Jessica Reyes and Dr. Jude Black discuss how weight resistance training might be able to slow aging.

100 and Counting: Secrets to a Century of Life

We all want to live long healthy lives, but how can you make changes, even in your later years, to reach one hundred? Host Jessica Reyes is joined by spiritual educator and mental health advocate, Rabbi Brandon Gaines to explore this question in this "What's Trending" segment.

Health Experts are Growing More Concerned With Youth Obesity Crisis

Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and Matthew Kansy discuss health experts concerns about youth obesity.

Rediscovering Your Passion After Brain Injury: It’s Possible

Even after a brain injury, it's possible to rediscover lost hobbies and skills with dedication, support, and patience, as the brain can adapt and rebuild, making small progress worth celebrating.