Bad Patient

Ep. 26: Half-Assed, Depressed, Appears Visually, Apps

March 30, 2018
Bad Patient
Ep. 26: Half-Assed, Depressed, Appears Visually, Apps
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Bad Patient
Ep. 26: Half-Assed, Depressed, Appears Visually, Apps
Mar 30, 2018
Bad Patient
When it comes to exercise, it turns out that you get out what you put in, and even brief spurts during the day can help.
Show Notes

Your half-hearted attempts at exercise are still helpful, even if they're short; graduate students--to no one's surprise--tend to experience higher levels of depression and anxiety than their peers; people with autism literally see the world differently; and new apps help provide birth control to women living in so-called "contraception deserts."

This week's health news:

https://gizmodo.com/your-half-assed-attempts-at-exercise-are-still-really-g-1824025763

http://blogs.sciencemag.org/pipeline/archives/2018/03/26/depression-and-anxiety-in-graduate-school

http://www.medicaldaily.com/how-autism-changes-way-world-appears-visually-423250

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/03/26/595387963/birth-control-apps-find-a-big-market-in-contraception-deserts
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