Stay-at-home orders and social distancing have caused abrupt changes, leaving us feeling a lack of control. Javanbakht and Alison Miller, associate professor of public health at the University of Michigan, gave some advice on how to cope with stress and some tips to get a handle on the situation.

Whether we love or hate to experience fear, it’s hard to deny that we certainly revere it – devoting an entire holiday to the celebration of fear.

Medical students host a Applied Discussions in Medical Ethics Podcast and are joined by Dr. Javanbakht's to discuss his expertise in trauma and refugee health, politics, fear in medicine, physician paternalism, and much more.

Metal detectors. Police officers. See-through backpacks. Run. Hide. Fight. These are all the precautions schools are taking to prevent shootings. However, a study found most parents believe schools are less safe today than in 1999. Today on All Sides, how school shootings are changing the educational environment and society.

After what is often years of waiting and paperwork, some refugees from desperate situations around the world are fortunate enough to be accepted into the U.S. But then what? If you’ve been in a war-torn area or are a victim of torture, you’re glad to be safe.

The recent publication of Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury focused our attention on President Trump's fitness to hold office.

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