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POPULAR SCIENCE RADIO brings you all the newest discoveries and emerging technologies, cutting-edge innovations in science and technology each week. Presented in an interactive, entertaining and easy to understand forum, this is your ultimate source for what’s new and what’s next.
Broadcast weekly, live from our Los Angeles studio, the show also takes you “on the road” for front row and behind the scenes coverage from technical and scientific events around the country. Get the latest on time travel, warp factors, reprogramming your mind, artificial intelligence, and the current innovations in automobiles, gadgets, food science, technology, DIY and lots more.
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Science-Palooza | FULL SHOW | #328
Sep 30 16
This weeks show is a veritable grab bag of topics! First is a groundbreaking new treatment for preciously untreatable tremors. Then on to the Rosetta probe, which is crashing into a comet shaped like a rubber duck!! And finally, we have the latest in maintenance-free air purification technology! | Download Full Episode #328
Segment 1: Targeting Tremors | Download Segment 1
For those with tremors, everyday tasks like drinking a cup of coffee can feel impossible. Lebenthal & Company CEO, Alexandra Lebenthal, suffered from terrible tremors most of her life until she took part in a groundbreaking procedure at Weill Cornell Medicine Brain & Spine Center in NYC. Alexandra shares her personal journey undergoing high-intensity focused ultrasound treatments.
Segment 2: Essential Tremor | Download Segment 2
10-million people in the U.S. are afflicted with Essential Tremor. A cutting-edge procedure has received FDA approval and is bringing hope to those affected by the common movement disorder. Alexandra Lebenthal comments on how the procedure has positively impacted her quality of life.
Segment 3: Death on a Comet | Download Segment 3
The Rosetta Probe is going to run out of juice soon, but instead of letting it fade away, it's going to be crashed in
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I didn't know it, but I am. I listen to this show every time a new one comes out. The subjects are cool. The interviews are fun and informative and make you want to do something. Now my whole support group listens!!! It's terrible. Please heed the warning.
Date published: 2014-05-13