Mental illness can affect anyone at any time, but unfortunately people who suffer from it are often associated with a negative stigma.
Chris Moore talked to Terri Lee and Brittany Cheeks of Jehoshabeath Eli about strengthening North Side schools in Pittsburgh.
Chris Moore was joined by Pitt Doctorate student Andrew Ganucheau to discuss the “gap in supervision” that occurs between students getting home from school and parents returning home from work.
Obamacare impacts not only patients, but also the physicians and nursing staff of our area hospitals.
A new movie focusing on the dangers of natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania will air on HBO July 8, but Pittsburghers can catch a free showing at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial in Oakland on June 20.
Chris Moore was joined by Co-Director of Social Security Works Nancy Altman, to discuss the Social Security Trustees Report.
Dr. Devra Davis of the Environmental Health Trust joined Chris Moore to discuss the dangers of cell phone radiation.
Years after the Civil War, homeless men swept into the county and began a counterculture referred to as “hobohemia.”
Author of “Doomed To Repeat: The Lessons Of History We’ve Failed To Learn” Bill Fawcett, says there are many lessons to be learned from the triumphs and downfalls of history.
Dr. Webster Tarpley joined host Chris Moore to discuss a problem a l0t of American adults are facing, that problem is student loan debt.
Author of “Down the Up Escalator: How the 99% Live in the Great Recession” Barbara Garson knows how most individuals are coping with huge economic challenges in this generation.
The idea of smuggling might conjure up nefarious images, but has actually been an integral part of America’s economy.
John Rasmus hold a doctorate in political economy and is the author of “The War At Home” and he joined Chris Moore to talk about America’s financial issues.
Chris Moore was joined by Linda Three Crows Meadowcroft, Edie Ehlert, Wanda Guthrie, and Melinda Troutman to talk about the negative effects of fracking on Sunday.
Chris Moore was joined by the Professor and Chair of Environmental Health Sciences at UCLA and former CDC Atlanta employee Richard Joseph Jackson on Sunday.