Community allows people to live in union with each other in order for the support and collaborative work needed to accomplish some of the greatest human achievements. Today we look at the community work of both local and national issues in order to help achieve the seemingly unachievable goals.
We’ll talk with Mark Hyman, a Baltimore based author, journalist, and professor. He’s talking with us about his recent book, “Until It Hurts,” which traces the evolution of youth sports culture.
For our Third Eye perspective into the question this week we’ll wrap it up by talking with Dr. Yoram Unguru, a pediatric oncologist and member of the Berman institute of Bioethics at John Hopkins University. He speaks with us about the American issue of drug shortages and his framework to ethically manage the problem.
Check out as we take our questions to the streets!
Also be sure to check out Third Eye Video as we delve into the topic at hand.
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