Dec 18, 2013
Breast cancer and other changes in breast health may be a signal for all human health. With Florence Williams, author of Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History, Ted Schettler, author of the Ecology of Breast Cancer, and Connie Engel of the Breast Cancer Fund.
Nov 14, 2013
A chat with Deborah Blum, a Pulitzer Prize winning science journalist and author of The Poisoner’s Handbook, which uncovers the birth of modern forensic science. And a leading toxicologist tells us why the dose doesn't always make the poison.
Sep 30, 2013
We learn about geoengineering and take a quiz: guess which one is NOT a real proposal to cool the planet. Also, how the chemical industry distorted science for decades, and genetic science clashes with human rights in the Grand Canyon.
Aug 7, 2013
A scientist, a lawyer and a beekeeper on pesticides, Bee Colony Collapse and what we can do about it. Also Queen Latifah, nut farmers, and should worker bees seek OSHA protections.
Jul 29, 2013
We learn about infant formula, hermaphroditic frogs, and why your taint is shrinking. Eveline Lubbers studies corporate campaigns to undermine human rights and environmental activists. We speak to her, and to Dr. Tyrone Hayes, who has been the subject of attacks by a leading pesticide company after his studies...