Warriors: A Semper Fi Odyssey

More United States troops have died from suicide than have been killed in Afghanistan since 2001. Of those who have survived, many have suffered physical and mental injuries. These wounds have left some unable to visualize where they fit in at home. Produced by Vietnam Veteran Chris Moore,Warriors: A Semper Fi Odyssey takes you to a Western Pennsylvania retreat where returning veterans can rebuild their confidence. The event also helps veterans translate the leadership and managerial talents they developed while serving into useful skills they can list on resumes and discuss in job interviews. You’ll also meet the team at UPMC who is responsible for the leading-edge research being conducted on mapping traumatic brain Injury.

Warriors: A Semper Fi Odyssey aired on May 21, 2015.


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This documentary explores the new role of patients and healthcare providers in a world where information is more readily available than ever before. With patients doing more of their own research and connecting with other patients on-line,  healthcare providers are often interacting with more engaged, informed and empowered patients. Are doctors and nurses ready to embrace this change? Are medical students prepared to encounter more educated patients? Is a more informed patient a "better" patient?

Original airdate: Jun 19, 2014


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Original airdate: Jun 12, 2014


In this after-the-show bonus content for iDad, join host Angela Santomero and the creators of the You Tube channel babyteeth4.  Guest Bob McLaughlin and his daughters Jillian and Adelaide share their experiences creating videos that have garnered over 60 million views.

Original airdate: Jun 12, 2014


Today’s dad grew up playing video games like Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Dungeons and Dragons, and watching sci-fi films like Star Wars and Superman. On this episode of iQ:smartparent we’ll explore how digital-age dads are sharing their love of science, tech and media with their kids.

Original airdate: Jun 12, 2014


Discover some of the impressive public gardens in Western Pennsylvania. Hosted by Doug Oster, this shortened version of the one-hour documentary “Gardens of Pennsylvania” spotlights gardens within a drive of Pittsburgh, including those at Phipps Conservatory, Kennywood Park, Temple Emanuel and the Erie Zoo.

Original airdate: Jun 02, 2014


In this after-the-show bonus content for "Aiding Autism," join host Angela Santomero and guests Carla Mazefsky, Brett Spitale, and Aubrey Shick as they answer audience questions and share their advice on ways that technology can help children with autism and other learning differences.

Original airdate: Apr 24, 2014


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