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Global health; eating well in 2022

Ebola Virus
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Imagen sin fecha del virus del ébola visto a través de un microscopio electrónico, proporcionada por los Centros de Control de Enfermedades de EEUU. (Frederick Murphy/CDC vía AP)

Today, on "What’s Health Got to Do with It?" we widen our lens to examine how health care functions globally.

Most doctors agree that epidemics and pandemics are a part of life. They have ambiguous beginnings and ends made all the more variable by our increasingly interconnected world. From COVID-19 to AIDS, malaria to Ebola health care systems across the globe struggle to manage the devastating effects of infectious disease. Innovations are met with equity issues, and safe treatments battle mounting misinformation.


  • Chad Neilsen, director of accreditation and infection prevention at UF Health.
  • Julien Potet, Doctors Without Borders, policy adviser on neglected tropical diseases for MSF's Access Campaign.
  • Gregory Poland, head of Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group.

Eating well in 2022

Lauren Titus, editor-in-chief of Edible Northeast Florida, joined us with tips on how to eat healthier, plant-based, or reducetarian meals at home this year, along with some recipes to help you do so.

Some of Titus’ favorites include:

Guest: Lauren Titus, editor-in-chief, "Edible Northeast Florida."

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