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BBC'S HEALTH CHECK--A CLOSER LOOK AT LEPROSY
09 Aug 2023
BBC's HEALTH CHECK, A CLOSER LOOK AT LEPROSY
In the week that the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention said that leprosy could now be endemic in the South-eastern United States, I speak with Claudia Hammond of BBC's Health Check, on the global burden of leprosy and what a mystery the disease still is, based on my article: Leprosy, the ancient disease scientists can't solve for the BBC
SUPERBUGS & YOU
14 MARCH 2023
UNIVERSITY OF MINESOTA'S "FIGHTING FOR THE FUTURE" PODCAST ON SUPERBUGS
Despite great improvements in mortality for children under 5, sepsis remains a leading cause of death in young children. The highest incidence and mortality were seen in newborns, with the biggest impact seen in low- and middle-income countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. I speak about neonatal sepsis in low-countries based on my BBC article "Neonatal sepsis, the new threat posed by superbugs."
WHY WOULD YOU TELL ME THAT?
I went on a podcast with Danish anchors Neil and Dave to talk about air pollution in India and one very unusual solution, based on my BBC article The World's Most Polluted Capital City. Check out our chat in the link below. (It starts at the 24 minute mark!)
THIS IS HELL!
Live Interview with Chuck Mertz, the host of the radio show This is Hell! based on my article for the WIRED about India's deadly wet bulb temperatures, a dangerous mix of heat and humidity in the era of climate change.
ABC AUSTRALIA RADIO: NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND FOSSILS
In conversation with ABC Australia Radio National's Counterpoint host Amanda Vanstone about why India's fossil wealth remains hidden, based on my piece for the BBC. Listen in at the 26 minute mark!