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DateTitleDescription
8/1/2017Learning from the Animals Around UsAnimal tracker Ginger Hadley shares what she’s learned from her twenty years of animal tracking and observation.; Resources: Mammal Tracks & Sign: A Guide to North American Species by Mark Elbroch; resources on animals and resources on environmental health
12/22/2015Empathy BiologyPrimatologist Frans de Waal, PhD, author of The Age of Empathy and Primates and Philosophers, discusses what we have to learn about empathy and cooperation from other animals and how humans can develop their own innate capacities to work together.; Resources: Living Links Frans de Waal’s lab at Emory University; The Age of Empathy and Primates and Philosopers by Frans de Waal; Resources on mind and mood, on health politics, and on animal health; Comment: Selling Health
1/6/2015A Dog′s LifePsychologist Stanley Coren, PhD, author of How Dogs Think and How to Speak Dog>, discuss how to communicate intelligently and compassionately with your dog.; Resources: Stanley Coren′s website; Resources on pet and animal health; Comment: Social Justice and Environmental Health
10/8/2013American MeatIndependent film maker Graham Meriwether, director of Leave it Better film production company, tells the story of American meat production and how it can be changed to support the lives of farmers, customers, animals and the environment in his new film American Meat.; Resources: American Meat and Leave It Better; Resources on food, resources on environmental health, and resources on animals; Comment: Health and Justice
11/13/2012Our Animal NatureCardiologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD discusses her book Zoobiquity that looks to our animal inheritance for clues about how we learn, get sick, and behave.; Resources: Zoobiquity website www.zoobiquity.com; resources on animals and resources on environmental health; Comment: Neolithic Health in a Capitalist Economy
1/30/2007Homeopathy for PetsDr. Don Hamilton, DVM discusses his book about homeopathic theory and the care and treatment of cats and dogs.; Resources: Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs by Donald Hamilton; Comment: Social Medicine, Social Health
8/20/2002Animal Self-MedicationResearcher Dr. Cindy Engel, PhD, discusses how wild animals medicate themselves; Resources: Wild Health by Cindy Engel
4/24/2001Why is Cancer Killing Our Pets?Deborah Straw examines treaments and protection; Resources: Why is Cancer Killing Our Pets? by Deborah Straw

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