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Steve Skold reminisces about life, vaccines, and the effects of disease on his life.
My grandma and I discussed what she thought about antivax people and how vaccines have affected her life. As well as how she thinks the government should provide vaccines.
Medicine is in my family’s blood. My name is Ethan Edelstein, I am 14 years old, and I interviewed Susan Edelstein, who is my mother. We recorded this interview in Beverly Hills, California. My mother is a pediatric gastroenterologist who...
We talk about how this country has been affected by the pandemic. We also talk about personal opinions.
Senior student responds to some controversial questions about the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Interviewing a middle schooler about how they feel about the coronavirus pandemic
A basic interview with my grandmother about her personal and professional life. This was done for TheGreatListen2017 I apologize for the audio being horrendous, we did not have the best resources at our disposal in terms of phone mics.
A girl talks about how she was diagnosed with the rare disorder 3MCC as a baby, and the impact that it had on her life.
Ray Gorney and Elizabeth Caruso talk about the effect of Covid on their family and they got through it.
I talked with Dhara about her experience with Lyme disease and everything she has learned in the process.
Maggie’s ulcerative colitis and blood diseases were talked about by her and her friend Ashley.
Granddaughter interviewing Grandmother of her personal experiences with vaccines/vaccine-preventable diseases
Anna Jiang is a current 7th grader who had been affected by the ongoing social distancing that has resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic
Camryn and Morgan (roommates in college) sit down and talk about experiences and feelings about living with diabetes in college. They describe how it’s changed their lives and how it affects their view on society
Some topics discussed are the immigration experience of my grandmother, Nani, from India to America and some points about the COVID-19 pandemic.