Decoding Health Studies, Trees and our Health, & CLE Orchestra Residency

Credit: Kay Colby/ideastream
Credit: Kay Colby/ideastream
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Coffee's good for you. No, it's bad. Flossing is essential to good oral health. Wait, it's overrated. Which studies should we believe? We'll find out on The Sound of Ideas. Then, trees do a lot more than provide shade. Among other things, they filter air pollution, saving an estimated $7 billion in annual health care costs. So how are trees faring in and around Cleveland, The Forest City?  Finally, the Cleveland Orchestra brings beautiful music to Hough.

 

Resources:

ideastream's series: The Cleveland Orchestra At Home in Hough 

The residency culminates in an Orchestra concert this Thursday night at 7:30 p.m.  A live radio broadcast of the concert will air on WCLV Classical 104.9 ideastream®, ideastream will also be providing audio/video live webstream of the concert at ideastream.org and a delayed television broadcast will air on WVIZ / PBS on Friday, August 12 at 9:00 p.m. and will repeat Sunday, August 14 at 3:00 p.m. 

Guests: 

-Dr. Roy Buchinsky, Director of Wellness, University Hospitals

-Casey Ross, National Hospitals Correspondent, STAT

-Kay Colby, Managing Producer of Heath, ideastream

-Alan Siewert, Regional Urban Forester, Ohio Dept of Nat. Resources

-David C. Barnett, Senior Arts Reporter, ideastream

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Decoding Health Studies

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How Trees Impact Health

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The Cleveland Orchestra in Hough

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