The Affordable Care Act requires that all Americans have health insurance, but people living with HIV/AIDS have always needed routine care. Veronica Rueckert and Rob Ferrett explore how the ACA is affecting Wisconsinites with HIV. Then they track what the rapid disintegration of an Antarctic glacier means for sea level rise, and ask the question: “What is so compelling about creating things with our own hands?”
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Antarctic Glaciers Melting 'Past Point Of No Return'?
Two groups of scientists reported yesterday that a large part of the ice sheet that covers the West Antarctic is rapidly disintegrating due to global warming. What does it mean for sea levels and how will it impact life on Earth in coming years?
How The ACA Is Affecting Wisconsinites With AIDS
The Affordable Care Act requires that all Americans have health insurance, but people living with HIV/AIDS have always needed routine health care. The president of the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin discusses the affect the new lay is having on Wisconsinites living with HIV/AIDS.
The Value Of Making And Crafting
There’s great value in crafting and other creative arts. That’s according to a crafter, who says following our creative passions gives life meaning and fulfills us on many levels.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Veronica Rueckert Host
- Marika Suval Producer
- Galen Druke Producer
- Chris Malina Producer
- Eric Rignot Guest
- Mike Gifford Guest
- Katlyn Stalnaker Guest
- Petern Korn Guest
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