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RadioActive—Innovaid: Hacking Healthcare in the Developing World
By Michael Matthiesen posted Nov 19, 2013 at 06:23 PM


Sunday @ 6PM, UM Med students Carlos Oliu and Sharon Wolfson have discovered that a little creativity can go a long-way towards improving the cost and availability of developing-world healthcare. Their program Innovaid is a new student organization at the UM Miller School of Medicine devoted to identifying and solving developing-world medical problems through the creative use of technology. 

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RadioActive—Civic Hacking: A 21st Century Public Duty
By Michael Matthiesen posted Nov 14, 2013 at 07:02 PM


Sunday @ 6PM, Civic Hacking is a revolutionary way the computer savvy are liberating open data that can inform better problem solving in every community. Civic Hacking is making waves across the country with those who know code holding hackathons in LA, NYC, Chicago, and Miami. UM’s Dr. Richard Bookman was recently invited to the White House as a “Champion for Change” – and will be speaking about Civic Hacking on-air.

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RadioActive—Jogging in Place: The Anti-Hunger Movement in America
By Michael Matthiesen posted Nov 07, 2013 at 02:01 AM


Sunday @ 6PM, To those in the realm of community social change, food charity will never be an adequate response to the hunger crisis. Not only does it fail to put a dent in the problem, by averting our gaze from the real issue—growing inequality—it ends up costing us all in ballooning health care expenditure, lost productivity, unsafe and divided neighborhoods, and unrealized potential. UM Ph.D Candidate Natalie Kivell will be discussing more on routes this growing social movement can take.     

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RadioActive—Quit Smoking, Gain Weight: Tobacco Cessation in the African American Community
By Michael Matthiesen posted Oct 29, 2013 at 09:41 PM


Sunday @6PM, Marcia McNutt will be discussing weight gain and tobacco cessation in the African American Community. All Americans smoke at about the same rate, but African Americans experience more tobacco-related diseases. Marcia and UM are testing the 'gold standard' smoking cessation intervention personalized to include aspects of African American culture will be more efficacious than the standard intervention.

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RadioActive: Stem Cells and Nicotine
By Michael Matthiesen posted Oct 22, 2013 at 05:42 PM


Sunday @ 6PM, Americans understand smoking is bad, but, how bad is a fairly gray area. Biomedical Engineering PhD candidate Carlos Carballosa and UM Miller School of Medicine spearheaded brand new research on how nicotine hinders the role stem cells play when recovering from an injury. Carlos' research has found that the more nicotine in your system, the longer the recovery.

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Disability Rights Movement: A Hidden History
By Michael Matthiesen posted Oct 17, 2013 at 12:57 AM


Sunday 10/20 @ 6PM, Disability Rights Movement was an out cry by a group of Americans who just wanted to be treated the same as everyone else. It yielded real attention from the government to assist with the needs of Americans with disabilities which led to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The movement impact was nationwide, yet rarely discussed in schools. RadioActive will be discussing the Disability Rights Movement with Dr. Ora Prilelltensky, Rochelle Baer, and Sylvia Goncz. 

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