Bedtime Story: The Troubling Truth About Teens & Sleep

The program follows leading sleep researchers as they create a "sleep hygiene" regime forteenagers and visits the University of Pittsburgh’s Sleep Lab for a look at the research that showshow lack of sleep affects teens and behavior. This program also explores the challenges of implementing healthy sleep habits: getting young people to give up their beloved digital devices at bedtime, as well as the complications of changing school hours to accommodate the natural sleep patterns that work best for a teen's developing brain.

Bedtime Story: The Troubling Truth About Teens & Sleep aired on Mar 17, 2016.


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This panel discussion is focused on End of Life planning and the myriad of issues families, patients and healthcare providers face when confronted with the end of life.

Original airdate: Jun 29, 2011


Long Road Home focuses on the compelling stories of Pittsburgh area veterans coping and healing with the emotional wounds of war, after combat in Iraq, Vietnam, Korea, and World War II. The documentary also explores current treatments and research into Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among returning veterans.

Original airdate: May 26, 2011


Original airdate: May 19, 2011


This one-hour special explores the controversial issue of Marcellus  Shale drilling in the Pittsburgh region. Hosted by Chris Moore, the  program features guest panelists who are experts on various issues  related to Marcellus Shale drilling. Tonia Caruso will field questions  submitted through WQED's web site and Facebook page and present them to  the panel.

Original airdate: Mar 31, 2011


We'll hear from survivors, law  enforcement, local women's shelters and mental health professionals  working to help survivors and families put their lives back together. We  will also air a special report on domestic violence along with clips  from the documentary Telling Amy's Story.

Original airdate: Nov 18, 2010


Western Pennsylvania is sitting on what seems like an endless source of natural gas. The drilling promises jobs to a struggling economy, but at what cost? Environmental groups fear the drilling is a disaster waiting to happen and some homeowners say the process has already contaminated their drinking water.

Original airdate: Nov 04, 2010


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