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  • April is known internationally as Autism Acceptance Month. As part of that recognition, join Dr. Brad Schlaggar, Drs. Amy Keefer and Roma Vasa from the Center for Autism as they discuss autism and anxiety.
  • The landscape is dotted with plenty of ways for people of a certain age to try to stay relevant, up to and including sports cars, hair plugs, Botox and tummy tucks, to name a few
  • People with disabilities or chronic health conditions, such as cerebral palsy, may be as much as 3-4 times more likely to develop depression and anxiety disorders. Research suggests this link is not necessarily related to the severity of a person’s disability but is instead tied to things like levels of stress, management of pain and fatigue, coping skills, or family and social support.
  • Join us on this exciting episode of Future City on 88.1 WYPR as we delve into the captivating world of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Our host, Charles Robinson, leads an insightful conversation with two esteemed guests: Dr. Richard Forno, Assistant Director of UMBC Center for Cybersecurity and Director of the Cybersecurity Graduate Program, and Dr. Tyrone Taborne, CEO of Career Communications Group. Together, they provide unique perspectives and expertise on the implications, challenges, and opportunities that AI brings to our society.
  • Explore the world of gardening and farming in Baltimore, MD, with special guests including Denzel Mitchell, Julia Craddock, Willie Flowers, Jonathan McKinney, and AnnMarie Champ. Join us for insightful conversations on urban agriculture, sustainability, and community engagement. Get inspired by their stories and learn about the vibrant green initiatives shaping Baltimore's future.
  • Check out the latest episode of Your Child’s Brain. Join Dr. Brad Schlaggar President and CEO of Kennedy Krieger Institute and his guests Heidi Daniel, president and CEO at the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore, and Dr. Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus, a developmental neuroscientist at Kennedy Krieger Institute as we discuss children's reading, literacy, and the impact of technology on both.
  • Thanks to The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future, there are about to be a lot more of them.
  • A veteran WYPR podcaster leaves behind a legacy of hope & recovery
  • The story of a final destination with no apparent route.
  • Dr. Bradley Schlaggar, president and CEO of Kennedy Krieger Institute welcomes Dr. Lisa Jacobson, a pediatric neuropsychologist and Dr. Lisa Carey, an education specialist, to discuss the late effects of cancer treatment on children, especially as it relates to school and learning.