We dive into new research from two UW-Milwaukee professors linking microorganisms found in city sewers to public health surveillance. But first, a sociologist explains how a Wisconsin program is seeking to address individual and community trauma through exercise.
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Milwaukee program connects trauma, movement and empowerment
A Milwaukee program aims to help women cope with trauma by using exercise as an empowerment tool. We talk with a sociologist about the importance of facing individual and community trauma.
New research explores the microbiomes of city sewers
New research from two UW-Milwaukee professors argues the microorganisms living in sewers below major cities can say a lot about a community’s collective health. The experts join us to discuss how understanding these microbiomes can help communities better manage wastewater and monitor public health.
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