A conversation about living well despite a life-threatening illness.
Judith shouldn't be alive right now.
A mental health crisis derailed figure skater Gracie Gold's career. Now, armed with new coping skills, she's fighting to return to the Olympic podium.
To survive trauma, 9/11 responder Neil Carroll had to rethink what it means to be a man.
A mother-daughter team of autism advocates talk about finding joy and purpose in autism, and share how they’re working to help people with autism thrive.
Cancer survivor Shahonna Anderson on how tapping into her support network and embracing her new look helped her beat the disease.
Newly returned from earthquake-damaged Puerto Rico, Psychiatrist Hansel Arroyo, MD, and Lyse Aybar, LCSW, share strategies they used to boost survivors' resilience and reflect on how communities respond to natural disasters.
Neuroscientist Daniela Schiller, PhD, on how the science of fear memories is chipping away at the burden of memory.
Health equity researcher Lynne Richardson, MD, talks about how defying society's "script" helped her build resilience, and explains why she's hopeful that COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement will lead to progress on healthcare inequities.
Still processing his experience during the pandemic, Erik Blutinger, MD, reflects on what getting back to “normal” means for him and his patients.