Healthy Beginnings, Opioid-Dependent Babies, and the Maker Movement

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On The Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about the difference a healthy beginning makes in a person's life, previewing the next few months of health coverage here at ideastream. Then, how the opioid epidemic is leading to a new problem - opioid-dependent babies. We'll talk with doctors in the area about how they're weaning infants and mothers off the addiction. Plus, Mythbusters host, Adam Savage, is in Cleveland to inspire innovation in our community. We’ll discuss how the “maker movement” can help revive Northeast Ohio.   



Metrohealth's Mother and Child Dependency Program

UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital

The Sound of Ideas Maker Movement 2014 Episode


-Kay Colby, Managing Producer of Health, ideastream 

-Sarah Jane Tribble, Health Reporter, ideastream

-Amanda Hensley, Former Opioid-Dependent Mom

-Dr. Jennifer Bailit, Director, Mother and Child Dependency Program, MetroHealth

-Dr. Michele Walsh, Chief, Division of Neonatology, University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital

-Adam Savage, Inventor, Host of the Emmy-nominated show MythBusters

-Lisa Camp, Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives, Case School of Engineering

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