Aaron Carroll

Indiana University School of Medicine

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Professor of Pediatrics and Associate Dean for Research Mentoring at Indiana University School of Medicine; regular contributor to the New York Times and blogger on health policy at The Incidental Economist

Aaron Carroll on KCRW

President Trump signs a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill at the end of a very dramatic week.

What’s our prognosis?

President Trump signs a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill at the end of a very dramatic week.

from Left, Right & Center

The Constitution says yes, but common sense says no — says the lawyer representing the 3D-printed gun blueprint maker

Should you be able to 3D-print your own gun?

The Constitution says yes, but common sense says no — says the lawyer representing the 3D-printed gun blueprint maker

from Left, Right & Center

Measles is highly contagious, and it can lead to pneumonia, lifelong brain damage, deafness and even death.

Measles Starts a Comeback…at Disneyland

Measles is highly contagious, and it can lead to pneumonia, lifelong brain damage, deafness and even death.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Panelists discuss the FBI search of Trump’s home, how Democrats secured Sen. Manchin’s vote for the Inflation Reduction Act, and whether that legislation will relieve economic pains.

from Left, Right & Center

Polio cases have been identified in New York City, London, and Israel. But as long as you’re vaccinated, you should be protected, says UCSF’s Dr. Peter Chin-Hong.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In the race to become LA’s next mayor, Congresswoman Karen Bass and businessman Rick Caruso are trading barbs over their history with scandal-plagued USC.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Writer Daniel Bergner goes on a journey to better understand modern psychiatry, and discovers little has changed over the last 40 years when it comes to treatment.

from Life Examined

Workers at the Buena Park Medieval Times want to unionize. They’re part of a growing labor movement sweeping smaller workplaces and unexpected industries.

from Greater LA

Author Zachary Karabell pleads that despite the militaristic noise, China and the U.S. share an economic dependency that would rupture the domestic economy of both nations if severed.

from Scheer Intelligence

The City of LA will open the Section 8 housing voucher waitlist next month.

from Greater LA

Despite crowds, some businesses on the Venice Beach Boardwalk say inflation and the end of stimulus checks mean summer visitors aren’t spending like they used to.

from Greater LA