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Health411

Author: Dr. Jonathan Karp

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One of the most important things in our lives is our health.
Every day, millions of Americans are diagnosed with everything from chronic illnesses and life-threatening diseases like diabetes, cancer or heart disease, to simple ailments including the common cold.
Learn to take better care of yourself, both physically and mentally. Don’t miss 107.7 The Bronc’s first on-air program about your health, Health 411, underwritten by Capital Health.
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In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Daniel Geller discuss the therapeutic potential of psilocybin. Psilocybin is a naturally occurring compound found with highest potency in the Psilocybe genus of fungi. Although used recreationally for its hallucinogenic properties, magic mushrooms also show promise for the treatment of a wide variety of mental ailments including addiction, major depression, and PTSD.
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Daniel Geller discuss cardiology with Dr. Harit Desai. Dr. Desai has extensive training and experience in various aspects of cardiovascular health, and he shines some light on common heart conditions and symptoms.
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Daniel Geller discuss the Air Force Medical corps with Brigadier General Alfred K. Flowers, Jr. and Major Andrew R. Auerbach. Their pathways to successful careers in the medical aspect of the military is discussed, as well as how being alumni of Rider University helped prepare them for their journeys in the medical corps.
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Daniel Geller discuss the concept of "Phantom Limb Pain". Essentially, this is when people who have recently had a limb amputated feel real pain in the (now removed) limb. Why does this occur? What sort of neuroanatomy does it rely on? Can we "reorganize" the brain as a treatment to this ailment? All of these topics (and more) are discussed in this episode.
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Daniel Geller discuss the human microbiome with Dr. Riggs, professor of immunology at Rider University. We are composed of roughly 40 trillion "human" cells but are equal parts bacterial cells. Understanding the interaction between our cells and the bacterial microbiome is integral to disease studies of the gut, mouth, skin, and more.
In this Episode, Dr. Karp and Daniel discuss new data implicating that SSRI medication typically used as antidepresants may improve COVID symptoms in positive patients.
In this episode of Health 411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and student producer Marina Jean-Baptiste are joined by Jonathan Hunt-Glassman, founder of Oar Health an organization focused on making medication-assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder more accessible to people of all demographics.
In this episode of Health 411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp is joined by Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner Reed Davis in a conversation about functional diagnostic nutrition.
On this episode of Health 411, host. Dr. Jonathan Karp and student producer Marina Jean-Baptiste talk with Alexandra Nelson about Capital Health's Department of Maternal and Child Health.
In this episode Dr. Jonathan Karp and student producer Marina Jean-Baptiste talk about Pharmacy with Ken Bevenour, the Director of Pharmacy at Capital Health. Tune into this fun conversation about the different aspects of clinical and administrative pharmacy!
Health 411 - Urology

Health 411 - Urology

2024-03-2442:57

In this episode Dr. Karp and student producer Marina Jean-Baptiste are joined by Dr. Eric Mayer, a board certified Urologist. Dr. Mayor recants his experiences as a student going into medical school as well as new technological improvements to surgery that treats cancers in the kidneys and bladder.
Health 411 - Oncology

Health 411 - Oncology

2024-03-1746:19

In this episode, Dr. Jonathan Karp and student producer Daniel Geller are joined by a special guest who is board certified in Medical Oncology and Hematology.
In this episode Dr. Jonathan Karp and student producers Marina and Josh discuss the heart, and how the nervous system regulates heart function!
In this episode of Health 411, Dr. Jonathan Karp and student producers Josh and Marina discuss the techniques, history, and new findings associated with acupuncture.
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Josh Brewer discuss the causes and effects of nausea and vomiting.
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Josh Brewer discuss waste water surveillance and its impact on public health.
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Josh Brewer discuss an article regarding the consequences for the immune system following a "Feast Diet."
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Josh Brewer discuss a recent article regarding the efficacy and risks of direct-to-consumer health tests.
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producer Josh Brewer discuss a recent article regarding chronic alcohol use and its subsequent effects on the immune system.
In this episode of Health411, host Dr. Jonathan Karp and producers Daniel Geller and Josh Brewer delve into the groundbreaking world of Casgevy, the first FDA-approved CRISPR/Cas9-based treatment for sickle cell anemia. They explore the science behind this revolutionary gene-editing therapy, its potential implications for patients, and the ethical considerations surrounding genetic interventions in healthcare.
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