What's Health Got to Do with It? "What's Health Got to Do with It" is a weekly talk program that examines where healthcare intersects with life, and will help guide the listeners through an increasingly convoluted medical bureaucracy. It is hosted by Dr. Joe Sirven, an engaging practicing physician journalist who is an expert in all facets of healthcare.
What's Health Got to Do with It?

What's Health Got to Do with It?

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"What's Health Got to Do with It" is a weekly talk program that examines where healthcare intersects with life, and will help guide the listeners through an increasingly convoluted medical bureaucracy. It is hosted by Dr. Joe Sirven, an engaging practicing physician journalist who is an expert in all facets of healthcare.

Most Recent Episodes

Maintaining gut health; defining community health

Dr. Joe Sirven and experts discuss the importance of maintaining a healthy gut microbiome.

Health care roundtable: Havana Syndrome, hypervaccination and air pollution

Medical experts join Dr. Joe Sirven to discuss the biggest health headlines from March.

Health care roundtable: Havana Syndrome, hypervaccination and air pollution

Colorectal cancer: Global impact and personal insights

Today we talk with leading experts and survivors to discuss colorectal cancer, the third most common cancer diagnosed worldwide.

The measles spike in Florida and vaccine misinformation

Discover expert insights on rising measles cases with Dr. Sunil Joshi. Then explore Dr. Paul Offit's new book, "Tell Me When It's Over."

Exploring endometriosis and AI's role in health care

Discover the latest insights in health care as we discuss the effect of endometriosis and the transformative role of artificial intelligence. Experts discuss symptoms, treatments and the future of patient care.

The immune responses of young MS patients; HIV/AIDS challenges

Today explore the workings of the human immune system and its response to challenges, including the effect of multiple sclerosis on young patients. Plus, in recognition of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we discuss the effect of the disease on the Black community.

Spring reading in health care topics

We embark on a journey this week through the latest health care insights. Dr. Joe engages with authors on important topics like diabetes management, health care inequality and the enduring effects of brain injuries.

Our monthly medical roundtable

Today, we discover health care's latest trends with our expert medical roundtable. Topics include the spike in syphilis cases, updated COVID-19 guidelines, STD self-test kits and the connection between weight loss drugs and mental health.

Unlocking the health care of the mind

On this week's program, we take a closer look at two brain conditions that challenge scientists' understanding of the human mind: Lewy body dementia and schizophrenia.

Strategies for preventing heart attacks and strokes

Today we explore strategies for preventing heart and stroke problems, in observance of American Heart and Stroke Awareness Month. Two doctors share valuable insights on maintaining cardiovascular health.