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2:07 pm
Thu March 13, 2014

Surviving and Thriving After a Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

Dr. Terry Wahls: on the left, second stage MS (2007) - on the right, out of the wheelchair (2008)
http://terrywahls.com/

She was a marathoner and a mountain climber, but when Dr. Terry Wahls was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, she faced a bedridden life.

This hour, we learn how she beat progressive MS.

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River to River
2:10 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

News Buzz: Supreme Court, Toledo, Tapeworms, Iowa Football

Jon S / NS Newsflash

Join host Ben Kieffer for this edition of River to River that quickly moves through a variety of news stories of note: implications of an Iowa Supreme Court decision, a possible new Department of Transportation app to prevent texting-and-driving, a tapeworm diet, Iowa college football, and more.

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Talk of Iowa
9:25 am
Wed June 20, 2012

How Kids Can Affect Parents' Health

Having a child changes everything including how you eat and how you move.  On today's Talk of Iowa, Charity talks with Dr. Helene Laroche, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Iowa about how becoming a parent can change your diet.  Later, we hear from Matt Stancel, Assistant Director of Fitness Programs for Recreational Services at the U of I about how becoming a parent might change your exercise routine.