UnDisciplined: The Psychiatrist And The Oncologist
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Sarah Hartz's research reveals no amount of alcohol is good for your health.
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Sarah Hartz is an M.D. PhD. and associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Washington School of Medicine in St. Louis.
University of Washington in St. Louis
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Theo Ross' research shows the evolving nature of medical knowledge might mean your personal DNA test results aren't as definitive as you'd think.
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Theo Ross is an M.D. PhD. who leads the Theodora Ross Laboratory at UT Southwestern.
This week on UnDisciplined, we're talking about how evolving research impacts health recommendations.
First, we're joined by Sarah Hartz, who believes that what you've been told about alcohol consumption is probably wrong.
Then, we'll talk to Theo Ross, whose work shows that the health advice that comes from personal genetic testing often turns out to be wrong, too.