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This week is Protest Week. Rather than talk about protesting, we’d like to instead focus on how each of us can attain greater harmony with both the self and the world around us.
This week is Karma Week. We speak with a psychology professor and a marketer on the rippling effect of small acts of kindness and karma.
It’s Cool Week here on BTRtoday and we are chatting with a movie director and an AI researcher to learn about their fascinating journeying to creating a computer algorithm that develops entire screen plays for film.
We speak with Dr. Benjamin D. Sommers, a health economist with Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a primary care physician who has conducted research on the effectiveness of the Affordable Care Act.
Often called Obamacare, has reversed what had been a downward spiral in which health care was becoming more costly and less available to many Americans
Sommers is a health economist with Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a primary care physician with Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
Population-level surveys from the federal government and private foundations show that the ability for Americans to get care they need and pay their medical bills has improved significantly.
A survey, which involved more than half a million U.S. adults, found that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has reversed a downward spiral in which health care was becoming more costly and less available to Americans.
We are looking at the fairly intricate and technical philosophies, as well as the advancing technologies that help reveal even the most minute of Egyptian mummies.
This week is Break Week and we are looking into the brain and the fascinating ways that it can break us from reality.
For all the weirdos out there, all the people who don’t quite fit inside any predetermined box, this week’s podcast is for you.
It's time for Mardi Gras on BTR Today's Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR Today DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best the fattest of Tuesdays!
How Clowns Without Borders is now organizing in twelve countries hoping to send at least one hundred projects throughout the world each year.
Part two with Molly Levine on how Clowns Without Borders goes to refugee camps to bring laughter and joy.

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