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Free Associations Podcast | May 3rd, 2022

Did the NFL defeat COVID?

Matt, Jess, and returning guest host Jacey Greece consider how well the NFL did with their COVID protocols, they discuss intervention mapping with respect to implementation science, and Jacey questions the rankings of math departments.

PHX Perspectives | April 7th, 2022

Celebrating 5 Years of PHX

While the past two years have been challenging for everyone, accessible and high-quality public health learning opportunities online have never been more relevant.

Free Associations Podcast | April 5th, 2022

Pesticides and glioma?

Matt and Jess go it alone this week and discuss a study looking at whether pesticide ingestion on fruit and vegetables increases the risk for glioma, they examine the rise in pandemic preprints, and Jess pays tribute to bringing your whole self to work.

Free Associations Podcast | March 8th, 2022

Is free fruit and veg enough?

Matt, Jess, and guest host Jacey Greece examine a study looking at whether giving free fruit and vegetables to school kids in Norway reduces BMI, they discuss the COVID new normal, and Jess gives Matt nightmares about orcas and egg salad.

Free Associations Podcast | February 22nd, 2022

A strong case for a viral cause of multiple sclerosis

Matt, Chris, and Don discuss a study looking at whether the very common Epstein-Barr virus is causally related to multiple sclerosis, they debate about a vaccine misinformation juggernaut, and Chris has the most random facts about Utrecht.

Free Associations Podcast | February 8th, 2022

What can VAERS tell us about vaccine exemptions?

Matt, Chris, and Don examine a study that looked at whether changes in reports to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System are linked to a vaccine exemption change in California (before COVID), they discuss the implications of poor vaccination coverage surveys, and Don shows us that computers can be used for plagiarism, but there are often telltale signs.

Free Associations Podcast | January 25th, 2022

Could a bigger house prevent hypertension?

Matt, Chris, and Jess discuss a study looking at the relationship between livable space and hypertension, they consider what we have learned from the 2001 anthrax attacks in the US, and Matt has a quiz.

Free Associations Podcast | January 11th, 2022

HIV self-testing kits in Zambia

Matt, Chris, and Jess examine a study looking at whether giving pregnant women HIV self-testing kits can increase HIV testing and access to care for male partners in Zambia, they discuss using confidence intervals to judge null results, and Chris solves a musical medical mystery.

Free Associations Podcast | December 28th, 2021

Daily COVID testing in schools

Matt, Chris, and Don examine a study of the effect of daily COVID-19 testing in the UK for school contacts to stay in school rather than isolate, they discuss issues of equity in the COVID-19 crisis, and Don has thoughts on how to clear your sinuses.

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