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Dr. Eustace Fernandes, Chief of Critical Care at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Indiana, shares his experiences on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic treating patients suffering from the disease in his own ICU.
Harvard psychiatrist Dr. Kevin Majeres returns with more practical ways to cope with increased stress, anxiety, fear, and loneliness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Doctor, Doctor – #119 – Coronavirus Update 3/27 – with Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Paul Carson
Dr. Paul Carson, infectious disease and public health specialist, is back with the latest news and numbers about the novel coronavirus spreading throughout the world.
Anne Watson from St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Joseph County talks about how the Vincentians have adjusted their volunteer and service operations
Notre Dame Women's Basketball coach Muffet McGraw shares how she is working to help the community by organizing a food drive in her neighborhood and her ideas for how we can all make a difference right now.
Epidemiologist Mark Strand, PhD from North Dakota State University helps us make sense of the current COVID-19 data.
Dr. Bill Williams, a rheumatologist and clinical researcher, explains the process for developing new treatments and vaccines...
Redeemer Radio 95.7 Sports Director Angelo Di Carlo is our guest host, and he sits down with Fr. Terry Coonan and Abby Kyle from St. Therese Little Flower in South Bend.
Medical students from around the country describe how the outbreak of coronavirus has impacted their training including what they are learning, how they are trying to help, and what they hope for in the future.
OBGYN Dr. Chris Stroud shares the latest information on how the novel coronavirus affects pregnant women and newborns, including the safety precautions doctor's offices and pregnant women can take.