We need to think about health differently
Dr. Sandro Galea talks about his new book "WELL: What We Need to Talk about When We Talk about Health". The EPA wants to allow more chemicals in our state's waterways. Unprecedented numbers of grey whales are dying along the West Coast. And, does knowing about neighborhood crime make us more prepared or just paranoid?
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Dr. Sandro Galea, WELL: What We Need to Talk about When We Talk about Health
Dr. Sandro Galea is the dean of the Boston University School of Public Health and he's trying to get us to stop and think about health differently. Bill talks to him about his new book.
The EPA wants to allow more chemicals into WA state's waterways
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced last week it wants to loosen WA state’s water-quality standards. What would it actually mean for our seafood and drinking water? Hal Bernton is an environmental reporter from The Seattle Times.
Grey whales are dying along the West Coast
Whales are washing up at unprecedented rates on the West Coast. What's going on? Why are they emaciated? Is climate change to blame? Seattle Times environment reporter, Lynda Mapes answers our questions.
Does knowing about neighborhood crime make us more paranoid?
Amazon has introduced a "smart" video doorbell, called "Ring." It's not just catching package thieves, it's changing how we feel about our neighborhoods. KUOW reporter, Carolyn Adolph and criminologist, Jackie Helfgott chime in.