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Health & Wellness

elizabeth gilbert podcast
Part of the Maximum Fun network, Magic Lessons with Elizabeth Gilbert is a podcast that helps aspiring artists and creators overcome their fear, solve problems, and find joy in their creative space. Topics include recognizing your talents and beginning the creative journey, finding pleasure in creativity, overcoming creative obstacles, managing stress, handling criticism, guilt, and...
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One of the least-discussed of manifestations of systemic racism occurs in healthcare. This “medical racism” raised its ugly head in the recent coronavirus pandemic, which ripped through the Black community at two or three times the rate it did among whites and more greatly impacted the fragile economy of Black families. Though mainstream media has...
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The Sawbones Podcast offers is a lively exploration of medical myths and legends, with plenty of banter and laughter help to drive the point home. Each episode delves into one popular medical narrative and picks out substance from dross in a way that leaves the listener feeling informed and respected. Fascinating narratives include why it...
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Looking at stats of coronavirus by state, it appears that the coronavirus quarantine in the US has had the intended effect of flattening the curve. The next hurdle is safely reopening the country and getting people back to work, school, and socializing. But things are different now. There’s a “new normal” that we still have...
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Best healthcare in action
Do you know what’s more fun than going to a doctor? No, the answer isn’t “Just about anything else,” but rather, listening to the best medical podcasts. Not only are they engaging and educational, but they may help to ease your mind about going to the doctor’s office. And with our top 12 medical podcasts,...
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Legal weed
Once considered a ‘poison’ and a dangerous narcotic, marijuana spent the better part of the 20th century strictly outlawed in the United States. It wasn’t until the late 1990s that California made medical marijuana legal. Many states followed suit on the legal weed bandwagon. Some states made it fully legal, allowing for both medical and...
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Whether you are a leader at your job, school, or even in your own home, you have probably researched different ways to be a better leader. The Jeff Bullock Podcast will equip you with advice and new ideas to be the best leader you can be. You will hear interviews from politicians, pastors, CEO’s, and...
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Best Podcasts for Working Out
If you’re finding it difficult to stay motivated in your exercise routine, podcasts might be the cure for you. The best podcast for working out will draw you into what you’re doing, and keep your brain engaged while you go. Motivational podcasts for the gym can be a great way to draw you into your...
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Mental issues and podcast host Jay Shifman is staring down while adjusting his jacket
Mental health can be easily overlooked especially at a time where a quick-paced modern lifestyle takes precedence over one’s peace of mind. Most people are left confused over what led to their sudden onset of fatigue, headaches, and other depression-related symptoms. To cope or to find relief, some people will also develop an addiction to...
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Life Transformation Radio
Are you looking to make specific changes to your life or even significant changes to transform your life? Transforming your life involves more than just saying you want to make a change. It takes action. You may not know where to start but you have a goal in mind to better your life. Life Transformation...
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Responding to world pandemics
In such delicate times, it’s easy to understand why some of us are glancing backward at the major pandemics in history. There has been a rich outflow of podcasts about COVID-19, but perhaps you’ve wondered how the pandemic compares to the Spanish Flu. Why hasn’t polio been completely eradicated? How did the ancients respond to...
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As you may have realized, the term “talk therapy” is a casual way to say “psychotherapy.” The beauty of talk therapy is that you can often get as much from listening as from speaking, which is where these podcasts can help.  They are essentially self-help podcasts because you are helping yourself just by listening to...
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The Stress Less shows featuring Carlee Myers on handling stress
If you need help in curbing emotional eating, or you are feeling overworked or having problems managing your thoughts, this is the podcast for you! The Stress Less Show is the answer to “How Do I Handle Stress?” Common discussion themes found in this podcast are intuition, stress management and self-criticizing.  The Host: Carlee Myers...
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For those who suffer from a chronic illness, taking two aspirin and calling the doctor in the morning – or enduring painful treatments and taking prescription medication – seldom results in relief, much less healing. When someone suffers from an invisible malady, they may not “look sick,” which sets them up for questions from well-meaning...
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Cars commuting
By Allie Lebos For many podcast fanatics, the best time to get caught up on the latest and greatest episodes is while in the car commuting to work. However, now that most of us are being forced to work from home due to the coronavirus, that daily commute has been stripped away. Thankfully, there are...
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3 women do a trio yoga pose in the forest
An engaging podcast is a great learning base for new yogis to receive guidance on how to better perform various poses. This list is highly recommended for beginner level yoga practitioners, also known as beginner yogis. It is also useful for anyone on the quest to learn more about this ancient Indian practice. Listeners can...
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Girl sleeping in white bed
By: Allie Lebos Sleep is a much needed time in which we rest and recharge our battery. Unfortunately, for many people falling asleep is a frustrating challenge. Whether it be due to stress, insomnia, or restlessness, a lack of sleep can impact our daily lives and make it difficult to function at our best. Thankfully,...
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Meditation may be considered one of the best ways to improve your mental state. It’s said it helps both mind and body heal, and since it’s such a popular topic, there are dozens of resources out there about how to meditate. Books, articles, tutorials, and, of course, podcasts are readily available. Have you ever searched...
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Popular coronavirus facts
Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction American celebrity doctor and Chief CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes on a timely theme for his new podcast channel to disseminate valuable information on the virus which has been affecting the global population in the past months in Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction. Whether or not the widespread fear is...
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The global pandemic of coronavirus, or COVID-19, has spread far across the globe and affected many aspects of life. As the number at risk steadily increases, so does the mass of pressing questions. Who is most at risk? What measures can be taken to avoid infection? How will schools and workplaces be affected? Luckily, in...
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