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Reimagine Medicine Delve into the topics that are shaping clinical care, research and medical education, which are challenging us to Reimagine Medicine

“The Nuance” explores health, the human experience, and the intersection of human and environmental health. We explore the nuance that has been lost in today’s conversation. These are ideas and topics that aren’t usually touched upon in headline culture or most me” id-for-player=”3Zrmf1KTdyF” id=”medicine-explained-podcast-the-future-is-healthy-2rC1C3OU9pR” link=”/station/medicine-explained-podcast-the-future-is-healthy-2rC1C3OU9pR/” vid=”2rC1C3OU9pR” csrf=”9OJ5y6rsdlXFTnmF95nQb78N3G5FhtEZ6U1203AvtVvCZp6dDcadYpjnZJ53wIX8″ verification-image=”https://image1.vurbl.com/vurbl/vms-13-1-11-d305a35/img/veri.svg” entity-type=”station” is-authorized=”false” position=”vertical”>
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“The Nuance” explores health, the human experience, and the intersection of human and environmental health. We explore the nuance that has been lost in today’s conversation. These are ideas and topics that aren’t usually touched upon in headline culture or most media outlets.

We have conversations to help educate and empower people to a healthier life and planet.

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Your Story, Your Health, Your Best Life If you have lost your vision, your energy and your mojo for living your best life then this show is for you. Whether its your career, your attitude or your relationships, its time to reclaim and discover your BEST life yet.As a long-time award-winning journalist, storyteller and syndicated health and wellness show host, Gayle Guyardo had dedicated her life to shining and sharing a positive light on people, businesses and charities.People don’t fall off track in life due to a lack of commitment or enthusiasm, they fall off track because they don’t have the clear vision needed to achieve their goals.Gayle Guyardo has helped thousands of people achieve massive transformations in their lives. She will share inspiring stories, and bring top experts to motivate you to make the changes necessary to live your best life.Gayle will touch, move and inspire you in this entertaining, fast-paced, informative podcast that is practical and has helped thousands of
‎Penn Medicine Physician Interviews Penn Medicine Physician Interviews podcast highlights conversations with Penn physicians as they share recent advances in the field of medicine, clinical research updates, new medical technology and best practices in patient care
The Fit Fun Macro Mom: Macros, Food/Nutrition Basics, Fitness, Healthy Kids, Mom Life Hacks, Food Freedom, Work From Home Mom The Fit Fun Macro Mom + Buys Mom Life Hacks + Diet Phasing for Weight Loss + Sustainable Nutrition + Fitness for busy moms + Work from home motivated mom

Fitness and food made easy for busy moms to get the results they desire while living life with no food restrictions!

Are you tired of fighting with food 24/7? Are you tired of always dieting, only to lose the weight and gain it back? Do you wish there were easy steps to follow to achieve your goals through lifestyle nutrition, no food restrictions and that was family friend that set you up to crush goals and feel confident and healthy?!

Are you hoping there is a simple system that you can fit into your busy mom life day?
Do you want your pizza and your salad too?
Do you wish that you could move your body or work out in 20-30 minute increments instead of 2-3 hours at a gym where you feel lost and or are not getting the results you desire!

Hey! I am Jessie Vandeberghe and I am so excited that you are here on The Fit Fun Macro Mom Podcast! I remember wh
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For The Love of Revenue Cycle Did you ever wish that you had a physician revenue cycle expert and mentor with over 20 years of experience whispering success secrets in your ear?

That’s exactly what you will get when you tune into For the Love of Revenue Cycle hosted by me, Vanessa Moldovan. My career and my life have brought me a wealth of knowledge and I can’t wait to share with you. My passion is to help others in the industry to reach their full potential and find success in the wonderful, crazy world of physician revenue cycle.

Whether you are a beginner, expert, physician, consultant, educator or just plain curious, each episode is designed to immediately apply to your career, business and operations.

Join me each week as we tackle the topics, trivia and triumphs of revenue cycle. Let’s discover our full potential together.

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‎Medicine in the Kitchen A Holistic Nutritionist & A Naturopath, take a holistic approach to empowering you in your health and wellness. Your hosts Geazul & Felicia welcome you to their kitchen as they share their skills and expertise and invite you to participate every step of the way.

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Natural Medicine Mamas-help families stay and be healthy using natural methods for the body, mind, and soul Our vision is to help families stay and be healthy using natural methods for the body, mind, and soul. We encourage self-reliance in any medicine practice for your family and our products are designed to help you learn more about caring for your family with herbs.

We are passionate about sharing our experience, knowledge, and expertise.

We want to help 1 million families in the next 5 years.
American Medicine Today Our finger is always on the pulse of the healthcare industry, medical innovations and politics. So-much-so that we continue to scoop local and national media sometimes by weeks, months or years. 10 years into programming "American Medicine Today" remains at the forefront covering controversial issues within medicine and politics, along with a good mix of seriousness and laughter. Featuring cutting edge science and medical innovation, touching personal stories from recovery of pain, along with political, social, and healthcare issues plaguing our nation. Comments: 727-495-5200Email: [email protected]: https://www.facebook.com/americanmedicinetodayYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@AmericanMedicineStop suffering from debilitating neck/ back pain. See if you ar

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Dream Sounds Singles Listen to your favourite Dream Sounds singles here! Perfect for sleeping, resting, relaxing, meditation, studying, and as background music. Dream Sounds
Best of Sleep and Relaxation Sounds on Vurbl Listening to a podcast can be a great way to relax, soothe anxiety or help you sleep. We've curated a list of the most relaxed and calm podcasts and soundscapes. Just press play and let the calming playlist do the rest. Our playlist includes episodes from the Sleep With Me podcast, dreamy music from Dream Sounds, relaxing short stories from the New Yorker, and calming ASMR soundscapes. Vurbl Guided Meditations, Sleep Sounds, and Relaxing Audio
Dream Sounds Official Dream Sounds playlist on Vurbl for relaxing music and sounds. Listen to music for sleeping, meditation, stress relief, studying, reading, and background music. Hope you enjoy! -Clarisse xo Dream Sounds
Arlo Guthrie’s Love Story You’ve got to be over 65 to enjoy this…or 55 with lots of sun damage! Over 65 and Talking
The Best Playlist About Love and Relationships (How To Navigate In A Health Way) This compilations of podcast about love and relationships is a guide to the many stages of love and how we navigate in a productive way when dealing with the growth stages of a relationship and also the dealing with the negative side of safely recognizing and navigating away from unhealthy relationships. Listen in this is a powerful playlist that may help you recognize negative behaviors, relationship growth, healthy relationships and toxic relationships. After all we have been here a time or two. The best part of it all it's a self help guide in a judgment free zone. Dive in and help yourself. Auspicious Wellness Optimal Wellness Podcast
Psychology Of: Happiness What do you really need to be happy? Listen to podcasts that examine happiness through the lens of psychology covering topics like is it possible to 'achieve' happiness, the impact of social media on happiness, how happiness impacts creativity, and more. Vurbl Wellbeing & Happiness Audio
Even if you are in perimenopause you can wake up your willpower, create new long-lasting habits that support your wellbeing. Being healthy is more than weight. Celebrate your incredible body and enjoy food in a way that support you to thrive through perimenopause and beyond.
This playlist is the best of interviews with nutritionists and health coaches that support the above ethos.
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End Dieting. Embrace Intuitive Eating New Year's resolutions clogging up your inbox? Telling you how much weight you could lose? But the diet industry knows that is a false promise otherwise they would cease to exist. And if you are still thinking in terms of BMI as a guide, stop!!
Even if you are in perimenopause you can wake up your willpower, create new long-lasting habits that support your wellbeing. Being healthy is more than weight. Celebrate your incredible body and enjoy food in a way that support you to thrive through perimenopause and beyond.
This playlist is the best of interviews with nutritionists and health coaches that support the above ethos.
Enjoy and do drop me a line to share which of these podcasts or snippets within inspired you the most.
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Sex and Menopause Loss of libido is a common symptom of menopause. But does this our sex lives are over? This has been a conversation that is vital to have and one that I have championed on the podcast. Here is my playlist from sexperts that play to the ways we can have fulfilling sex lives even if menopause is challenging. Think sensuality as much as sexuality Thriving Thru Menopause
The Most Relaxing Audio Of 2021 Listen to our top 21 most relaxing podcast episodes, music, ASMR, and ambient sounds of 2021 here! Enjoy everything from rain sounds, ambient study music, the sound of waves crashing on the shore, soothing bedtime stories, relaxing ASMR, guided meditations, and so much more. Whether you're looking to meditate, fall asleep, or just want to put some soothing sounds on in the background, this is the perfect playlist for you. Vurbl Guided Meditations, Sleep Sounds, and Relaxing Audio
Inspiring Women Amazing nuggets of wisdom from some truly inspiring women who had been through a lot. ‎The Gentle Yoga Warrior's Conscious Conversations Podcast

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Episode 82: Mind, Body and Pilates We're back! This week we're learning about the benefits of Pilates and what it's really about with Katrina Foe Susan Black. We discuss what Pilates is truly about and learn about the Cadillac, no not the car, and how to use it in Pilates not just the mat workout. You heard that right its not just core exercises but so much more.
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Happy Healing!
For more info visit www.sweetnutritionista.com & www.drfeliciaassenzand.com
Geazul: @SweetNutritionista (Instagram & Facebook), @SNutritionista (Twitter), www.sweetnutritionista.com
Felicia: @feliciaassenzand (Instagram & Facebook), www.drfeliciaassenzand.com
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Hormone Replacement Therapy with Marna Revlock CNP Do you remember a time when you had abundant energy and felt vibrant?  When you slept well, you didn’t need caffeine, you were able to consume foods that didn’t result in weight gain.  If you did gain weight you could make some easy adjustments and lose it fast.  As we age, things change. Perhaps you are struggling to recall words easily or you are wishing you were experiencing that passionate spark with you spouse or loved one.  Are you wondering what happened?   The Mayo Clinic has published studies that show changes in hormone levels and metabolism as we age.   When you were younger, hormones like thyroid, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA and pregnenolone were produced in abundance and in balance, but aging and stress can deplete many of the hormones that kept your body young, healthy and strong.  The good news is that they can be replaced with Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT).  Bioidentical hormones are not magic, they do not cure all disease, but they can restore your body to a healthier place, similar to when you were younger.   This morning we will talk with Marna about BHRT and the services offered at Vitality Med.    https://www.medshoprx.com
Episode 49 – Buprenorphine vs Fentanyl As we've discussed many times on this podcast there is a lot of concern – from both patients and medical providers – that patients with opioid use disorder using fentanyl will have an increased risk of precipitated opioid withdrawal when they start buprenorphine. And finally, we have a study looking directly at this topic!! In this episode we review a recent paper from JAMA Network Open that looks at the rate of precipitated opioid withdrawal during buprenorphine inductions in patients with opioid use disorder using fentanyl.
The Oral Microbiome & Systemic Disease After the gut, the second largest and most diverse microbiome in the body is located in the mouth. The oral microbiome is becoming an increasing area of interest in the medical community as research highlights several connections between chronic oral dysbiosis and systemic diseases, with inflammation being a common link. Pathogenic oral bacteria may influence inflammatory pathways particularly via the gut and by translocation through perivascular spaces. Thus, maintaining balance is the oral microbiome is a critical strategy for reducing inflammatory burden and reducing the risk of certain diseases. On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we welcome 2023 Annual International Conference speaker Doug Thompson, DDS, FAAMM, ABAAHP, to discuss new prevention and treatment opportunities that bridge the gap between dental care and health care.

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EDWARD DOWD – “CAUSE UNKNOWN” 4 15 23 THE COVID PANDEMIC OBVIOUSLY CAUSED A SPIKE IN OVERALL DEATHS IN 2020 BUT WHAT IS TRULY SHOCKING IS WHAT HAPPENED IN 2021. ACCORDING TO AT LEAST ONE REPORT, UNEXPECTED DEATHS IN PEOPLE OF WORKING AGE (18-64) SHOT UP BY 40%! SO WHAT IS KILLING HEALTHY YOUNG AMERICANS? WE SPEAK WITH EDWARD DOWD, AUTHOR OF: “CAUSE UNKNOWN: THE EPIDEMIC OF SUDDEN DEATHS IN 2021 & 2022.”
BACK TO LIFE SEGMENT 4 15 23 IN TODAY'S "BACK TO LIFE" SEGMENT, WE SPEAK WITH PATIENT ELIZABETH SCHILLER FROM MINNESOTA AND HEAR HER STORY OF HOW SHE WENT FROM LIVING A LIFE OF PAIN TO REGAINING HER STRENGTH AND GETTING BACK IN MOTION THANKS TO THE PATENTED BONATI SPINE PROCEDURES
DR. SAL – E.D. AND VIAGRA’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY 4 15 23 THE CONDITION OF “E.D.” OR ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION IS OFTEN SOMETHING THAT PEOPLE SHY AWAY FROM DISCUSSING PUBLICLY BUT THERE ARE UNDERLYING CAUSES THAT COULD LEAD TO THE CONDITION THAT MEN NEED TO KNOW ABOUT. ALSO, THIS YEAR MARKS THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FDA APPROVAL OF VIAGRA. WE SPEAK WITH OUR FRIEND, DR. SAL: SENIOR SCIENCE ADVISER TO THE MENS HEALTH NETWORK.
NAN SU – CHINA’S ILLEGAL ORGAN HARVESTING INDUSTRY 4 15 23 A NEW REPORT FROM EPOCH TV HAS REVEALED THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE COMMUNIST CHINESE GOVERNMENT ROUTINELY ILLEGALLY HARVESTS ORGANS FROM LIVING CITIZENS! WE SPEAK WITH NAN SU, SENIOR INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER FOR THE EPOCH TIMES ABOUT THIS VILE PRACTICE AND HOW OUR GOVERNMENT IS TRYING TO PUT A STOP TO IT, THROUGH CONGRESSIONAL SANCTIONS.
Lakshi Aldredge, MSN, ANP-BC, DCNP, FAANP – Taking a Team-Based Approach to Moderate to Severe Psoriasis in an Era of Expanding Oral Treatment Options: Advanced Practice Clinicians as Key Partners in Care Go online to PeerView.com/WCP860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Psoriasis is a widely prevalent, chronic, systemic, immune-mediated disease that substantially impairs patients’ physical health, quality of life and work productivity. Nearly one-quarter of people with psoriasis have cases that are considered moderate to severe. Despite the availability of effective systemic therapy, many patients remain undertreated or even untreated and are dissatisfied with current treatments. In this activity, two experts review the rationale for TYK2 inhibition as a novel approach for the treatment of moderate to severe psoriasis. In addition, key information for the first-in-class, oral, selective TYK2 inhibitor will be provided, as well as the key roles that advanced practice clinicians (eg, NPs, PAs) play in the management of patients with psoriasis in an era of expanding oral treatment options. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the rationale for targeting the TYK2 kinase as it relates to novel approaches for the treatment of moderate to severe psoriasis; Identify patients with psoriasis who are most likely to benefit from novel oral treatments; Select among established and novel therapies to personalize management plans for patients with psoriasis based on efficacy and safety evidence and guidelines; and Facilitate care coordination and communication with patients and other healthcare team members that fosters a whole patient approach to managing psoriasis.
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 1. Looking for Trouble: The Role of Systematic Screening Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_1860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 2. Profiles in Comorbidity: Identifying Who Is at High Risk Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_2860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 3. Mending the Healthcare System: Reducing Disparities Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_3860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 4. The Fear Factor: Mitigating Patients’ Concerns About Anticoagulation Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_4860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 5. State-of-the-Art Treatment: Catching Up With Current Guidelines Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_5860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 6. Is That Realistic? What We’ve Learned About Anticoagulation Therapy From Real-World Studies Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_6860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 7. Marching to Their Own Rhythm: Using Consumer Wearables in AF Diagnosis and Treatment Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_7860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
John Ravits, MD, FAAN – Hope Is on the Horizon for Patients With ALS: Overcoming Diagnostic Difficulties and Exploring Novel Emerging Therapeutic Approaches Go online to PeerView.com/ZXV860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. In this activity, an expert discusses the importance of early detection and diagnosis of ALS, advances in genetic testing and biomarker development, and current and emerging therapeutic approaches for patients with ALS, as well as the benefits of employing a multidisciplinary approach in managing patients with ALS. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Identify common genes and cellular processes implicated in ALS pathogenesis; Apply established criteria to detect and diagnose patients with ALS early in the disease course; Assess key data sets on contemporary and emerging evidence-based treatment options to manage symptoms and improve the quality of life of patients with ALS; and Employ a multidisciplinary team-based approach to optimize the management of ALS based on the individual needs and preferences of each patient.
Neal K. Lakdawala, MD, Anjali Tiku Owens, MD – Loosening the Grip of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Updated Strategies for Timely Diagnosis and Disease-Modifying Treatment Go online to PeerView.com/GYW860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is the most common inherited cardiac disease and has a mortality rate estimated to be about three times greater than that experienced by individuals of similar age without HCM. The FDA has recently approved a noninvasive, first-in-class cardiac myosin inhibitor specifically indicated for the treatment of HCM—meaning timely diagnosis of patients with HCM may reduce or delay the need for invasive treatment. In this activity, based on a recent live symposium, expert panelists present practical skills and guidance to accurately diagnose HCM and apply recent treatment advances to patients with various clinical presentations of HCM. They begin by sharing the rationale for maintaining a high index of suspicion for HCM and review diagnostic strategies. The Clinical Consults portion of this activity features case examples to demonstrate current practices in diagnosis and offer practical guidance for treating patients—focusing on personalized care with new and emerging therapeutic options. Concluding with an engaging Q&A, this activity is for anyone involved in the care of patients with HCM interested in loosening the grip of this increasingly treatable disease. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Suspect the presence of HCM based on clinical symptoms, pathologic features, and/or family history; Differentially diagnose patients suspected of having HCM consistent with current guidance to promote early diagnosis and timely treatment; and Individualize treatment for patients with HCM based on the efficacy, safety, and potential ability of the therapeutic strategy to address the underlying disease pathophysiology.
Robert C. Green, MD, MPH – Revisiting the Role of Genetic Testing in Patients at Risk for Late-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease: How Will the Latest Evidence and Evolving Management Paradigm Impact Treatment Decisions for Your Patients? Go online to PeerView.com/AQF860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Late-onset Alzheimer’s disease (LOAD) has a substantial genetic component, with heritability estimated to be between 40% and 80%, and the APOE ε4 allele is the strongest individual genetic risk factor for LOAD. Until recently, the APOE genotype test has been primarily used as a research tool and not recommended for clinical use. However, with the recent advances in disease-modifying therapies (DMTs), including several anti–amyloid monoclonal antibodies approved or in late-stage development, it is more important to determine which patients have the APOE ε4 allele and whether these patients are at an elevated risk of developing amyloid-related imaging abnormalities (ARIA). In this activity, based on a recent live webcast, experts examine the significance of APOE ε4 carrier status on the risk for developing LOAD, as well as the potential implications for patient care, including the increased risk for ARIA in patients taking anti-amyloid monoclonal antibodies. They provide guidance on identifying patients who may be candidates for genetic risk testing and share their best practices for interpreting and disclosing APOE test results and providing appropriate genetic counseling to patients and their families. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the significance of APOE ε4 carrier status on the risk for late-onset Alzheimer's disease (LOAD) and the potential implications for patient care; Identify patients who may be candidates for genetic risk testing, and provide guidance on the benefits and limitations of direct-to-consumer testing versus genetic testing that is performed in a healthcare setting; and Interpret and share genetic risk test results with patients and their families in a clear, understandable manner, and tailor genetic counseling services to individual patients’ needs in consultation with other members of the healthcare team.
Paul Kwo, MD, AGAF, FACG, FAASLD – HBV Is Primary! Your Role in the "Call to Action" to Eliminate Viral Hepatitis By 2030 Go online to PeerView.com/AYK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. In this activity, an expert in hepatology discusses the importance of early detection of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection and presents current and evolving screening, vaccination, and treatment guidelines. The expert emphasizes the role of primary care providers in managing patients with chronic HBV and in helping to reach the WHO goal of eliminating viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030 through vaccination, screening, and patient education. Finally, the expert clarifies when patients with chronic HBV infection should be referred for specialty care. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the burden and consequences of HBV infection and how chronic HBV can lead to end-stage liver disease and hepatocellular carcinoma; Identify patients who should be screened for HBV, which tests should be ordered, and how to interpret the results; Manage HBV in the primary care setting in accordance with current evidence and guidelines, recognizing patients who require specialty care referral; and Implement patient-centered and culturally relevant strategies to promote adherence to HBV treatment and retention in care.
Saira Z. Sheikh, MD, FAAAAI, FACAAI, FACR, Brad Rovin, MD, FASN, FACP – Improving the Patient Experience in SLE and LN: The Intersection of Early Diagnosis, Individualized Treatment, and Culturally Competent Care Go online to PeerView.com/JPU860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Observed differences in healthcare disparities for patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and lupus nephritis (LN) have led to the recognition of racial and ethnic minorities as an independent predictor of worse disease outcomes in SLE/LN. Earlier diagnosis, earlier intervention, treatment strategies targeted to clinical remission or low disease activity, and effective communication and collaboration between providers and patients could offer the opportunity to reduce damage, thus improving long-term outcomes. Through a collection of short, focused educational modules, this PeerView activity allows learners to combine self-assessment with concise clinical content in an interactive format. Drs. Sheikh and Rovin will explore the emerging concept of treat to target, as well as the use of currently available and new/emerging biologic therapies, along with strategies to help learners optimize treatment for patients with SLE/LN. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Diagnose SLE, including LN, as early as possible in the course of disease to prevent organ damage and initiate appropriate therapy; Monitor disease activity and response to treatment in SLE and LN based on individual patient needs; Select appropriate treatment for SLE and LN to reduce disease activity, prevent organ damage, minimize drug toxicity, and improve quality of life; and Deliver patient-centered and culturally competent care to improve management of symptoms and promote adherence to long-term treatment in patients with SLE and LN.
Autogenous Grafting – With Serif Kücük So many ways to graft, so many materials! In this episode I speak to Serif Kücük who runs the Bone Factory training academy. Serif has spent years training with Prof Khoury and his results speak for themselves. In this episode, we aim to give you a glimpse of the power of autogenous bone
Implant Temporaries for the GDP In this episode with Jaz Gulati, we talk about what EVERY GDP needs to know about implant temporary restorations
C. Buddy Creech, MD, MPH – Children and the COVID Vaccine C. Buddy Creech, MD, MPH – Children and the COVID Vaccine
Kevin Fernando, FRCGP, FRCP Edin., FAcadMEd – Simplified Strategies to Optimise Obesity Management for Primary Point of Contact Clinicians Kevin Fernando, FRCGP, FRCP Edin., FAcadMEd – Simplified Strategies to Optimise Obesity Management for Primary Point of Contact Clinicians
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Nizar Mahlaoui, MD, MPH, PhD – Simplifying Patient-Integrated Care for Those Requiring Immunoglobulin Therapy: Making Smart Moves with Automated and Digital Technology Nizar Mahlaoui, MD, MPH, PhD – Simplifying Patient-Integrated Care for Those Requiring Immunoglobulin Therapy: Making Smart Moves with Automated and Digital Technology
Luis Alberto Moreno, MD, PhD / Aaron Kelly, PhD – Assessing and Alleviating the Weight of Obesity in Adolescent Patients Luis Alberto Moreno, MD, PhD / Aaron Kelly, PhD – Assessing and Alleviating the Weight of Obesity in Adolescent Patients
Dr. Alex Moroz & Dr. Brian Sunwoo: Acupuncture Panel Interview, Part 2 Dr. Moroz attended the NYU School of Medicine and remained at NYU-Rusk Rehabilitation for residency training, and subsequently, his first and only job. He rose through the faculty ranks and currently is Director of Residency Training and Vice Chair for Education. Dr. Moroz sought out additional training and became a New York State certified acupuncturist, and is directing the Integrative Sports Medicine program, which includes an 18-month track for PM&R residents leading them to becoming certified physician acupuncturists. Dr. Brian Sunwoo is a current administrative chief resident in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency program at NYU Langone Health. He attended Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine, where he received the Dean's Recognition Award and will begin a fellowship in Interventional Spine after completing residency. As an NYU resident, he has served on the Rusk Health Equity, GME Diversity and Inclusion, and House Staff Leadership Committees. Dr. Sunwoo currently is completing his clinical acupuncture certification through the NYU PM&R residency program with plans to incorporate its use in his future practice.   The following items were discussed in Part 2: effectiveness of acupuncture treatment either pre- or post-operative in dealing with nausea and vomiting in the post-surgical period; use of acupuncture in treating mental health conditions; extent to which sham acupuncture is being used in research; whether expectancy data are collected beforehand to measure how strongly patients anticipate a positive acupuncture treatment outcome; health problems where research indicates a high-certainty level of evidence for acupuncture; use of artificial intelligence in acupuncture research and treatment; and current or planned research endeavors at NYU that involve acupuncture.
A Miraculous Covid Recovery Part 2 Dr. Jackson interviews Chris Davis and his wife Donia, so listeners can hear from them Chris's amazing survival story after 2 1/2 months in the ICU with severe Covid. They relate their harrowing experiences with Covid and the trials of his hospitalization as well as the miraculous answers to the prayers of their many friends.https://www.jacksonfamilyministry.comhttps://bobslone.com/home/podcast-production/
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Reference: Vaughan and Browne. Reconfiguring emergency and acute services: time to pause and reflect. BMJ Qual Saf. 2023 Apr
Guest Skeptics: Dr. Louella Vaugh is an internist practising as a hospitalist physician at an academic centre in London, UK with a special interest in sm” id=”7jpL2U3WsMZ” vid=”7jpL2U3WsMZ” id-for-player=”7jpL2U3WsMZ” link=”/listen/sgem-xtra-this-is-my-life-centralization-of-rural-emergency-healthcare-7jpL2U3WsMZ/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
SGEM Xtra: This is My Life – Centralization of Rural Emergency Healthcare Date: April 4th, 2023
Reference: Vaughan and Browne. Reconfiguring emergency and acute services: time to pause and reflect. BMJ Qual Saf. 2023 Apr
Guest Skeptics: Dr. Louella Vaugh is an internist practising as a hospitalist physician at an academic centre in London, UK with a special interest in smaller, rural and remote healthcare. Her main job is working for a think tank.
John Brown PhD is a Professor of Health Services Research in Ireland who has been studying rural healthcare issues since 2012.
This is an SGEM Xtra episode. There have been many “temporary” rural emergency department closures during the past last year. In Ontario alone there have been approximately 160 emergency departments (ED) temporarily closed since the beginning of 2022. This is something that has only happened once since 2006 (Ottawa Citizen March 28, 2023)
The study referred to in the editorial looks at the experience in Denmark with a reconfiguration of their emergency healthcare services (Flojstrup et al 2023). The objective of that study was the following:

* To investigate how the’ natural experiment’ of reconfiguring the emergency healthcare system in Denmark affected in-hospital and 30-day mortality on a national level. The reconfiguration included the centralisation of hospitals and the establishment of emergency departments with specialists present around the clock.

It was a stepped-wedge reconfiguration of the entire Danish emergency healthcare system. The main outcome was the adjusted odds ratio for in-hospital mortality and hazard ratio for 30-day mortality with some pre-specified subgroups. They found no statistical difference for in-hospital mortality but slightly increased 30-day mortality. The pre-specified subgroup analyses showed a decrease in in-hospital or 30-day mortality for myocardial infarction, stroke, aortic aneurysm, and major trauma but not for pneumonia, bowel perforation or hip fractures.
This was not the only study to come out of the Danish reconfiguration initiative. The dataset also reported increasing admissions, mixed results on length of stay, increasing readmission rates, increasing COPD deaths if transported by ambulance, and expected productivity benefits were not realized.
The SGEM advocated for having the evidence to inform/guide our decisions. Here is what the evidence say about the centralization of emergency healthcare services from the Danish study:

* some possible benefits for small groups of patients (myocardial infarction, stroke, aortic aneurysm, major trauma), there was no overall improvement in the in-hospital mortality trend and a slight worsening of the 30-day mortality trend.


Five Assumptions Made about Emergency Healthcare Centralization

Listen to the SGEM podcast to hear Louella and John discuss the five assumptions. Listed are the assumptions and some of the points we touched upon.

* Assumption#1: There is a problem with the quality of EM care that needs to be fixed




* Boarded patients length of stay (LOS) in the ED increases mortality
* Canary in the coal mine (fix the mine not the canary)
* COVID19 and staffing
* It’s about a system problem not a small hospital problem




* Assumption#2: Smaller hospitals provide worse care than their larger counterparts




* Myocardial infarction, stroke, and major trauma account for 1% of ED attendance
* Other skilled time-sensitive interventions (abdominal, vascular, obstetrical,
Reference: Weizmann et al. Incidence of Cardiac Arrest During Sports Among Women in the European Union. JACC November 2022
Guest Skeptic: Dr. Susanne (Susy) DeMeester is an Emergency Physician practicing at St Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon. She has been very involved wi” id=”4wvAQ0BJSC7″ vid=”4wvAQ0BJSC7″ id-for-player=”4wvAQ0BJSC7″ link=”/listen/sgem400-a-little-bit-of-heart-and-sports-related-sudden-cardiac-arrest-in-women-4wvAQ0BJSC7/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
SGEM#400: A little Bit of Heart and Sports Related Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Women Date: April 12, 2023
Reference: Weizmann et al. Incidence of Cardiac Arrest During Sports Among Women in the European Union. JACC November 2022
Guest Skeptic: Dr. Susanne (Susy) DeMeester is an Emergency Physician practicing at St Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon. She has been very involved with EMRAP’s CorePendium as the cardiovascular section editor.
Last time Susy was on the SGEM it was for an SGEM Xtra episode discussing gender issues related to cardiovascular disease. Here are five of the highlights from that episode:

* The leading cause for morbidity and mortality in both males and females is cardiovascular disease (CVD)
* Females are often excluded from being subjects in medical research, included CVD research
* Most male and female patients with myocardial infarctions still present with chest pain. However, women are more likely to have atypical presentations compared to men (shortness of breath, weakness, and fatigue).
* In addition to the usual cardiac risk factors, females also have other things that increase risk like pregnancy, hormone replacement therapy and autoimmune diseases
* Females diagnosed with acute coronary syndrome are less likely to receive timely therapies

Case: You are reading through your social media feed and see a story that jumps out at you. It is a report of a seemingly invincible athlete who collapses on the field and dies of sudden cardiac death. It reminds you of the recent case of football player Damar Hamlin, who has thankfully recovered well. This story makes you wonder: when was the last time you heard of a sudden cardiac death in the female athlete?
Background: Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a rare but serious event that can occur in athletes during training or competition. While it can occur in both male and female athletes, the incidence is reported to be higher in male athletes.
There are several reasons why SCA may be more common in male athletes than in female athletes. One reason is that male athletes tend to participate in sports that involve more physical contact and higher levels of exertion, which can put more strain on the heart. Additionally, male athletes are more likely to have certain genetic predispositions to heart conditions that can increase their risk of SCA.
However, it is important to note that SCA can occur in female athletes as well, and it should not be ignored or overlooked. Females who participate in high-intensity sports should undergo appropriate cardiovascular screening to identify any underlying heart conditions that could increase their risk of SCA.

Females are increasingly competing in recreational and professional sports.  Little seems to be heard about SCA in these athletes. In fact, not surprisingly, there is a paucity of data on the subject.  However, currently available evidence suggests we can improve our understanding of SCA in all athletes by examining sex-based differences.

Clinical Question: What are the sex-based differences in sports related SCA?

Reference: Weizmann et al. Incidence of Cardiac Arrest During Sports Among Women in the European Union. JACC November 2022

* Population: Three large European registries that prospectively collect data on every case of SCA between 2006-2017. Sports-related (Sr) SCA was defined as occurring <=1 hour after ending a sports activity.

* Excluded: Patients not referred to registry and patients with SCA greater than one hour after cessation of s…
False Oaths, Stolen Freedom Truth For Health with DrLee4America – Fraudulently installed U.S. Cabinet members and heads of critical government agencies have led to the destruction of the rule of law on all fronts. This stunning court case called a writ of quo warranto, seeks to invalidate the currently serving heads of our major government…
#193 Why you can’t focus with Johann Hari Warning: Today’s episode contains strong languageI’m chatting with Johann Hari today, the international bestselling author of ‘Chasing the Scream’, ‘Lost Connections’ and the latest book ‘Stolen Focus’. Today’s conversation is fascinating. I often find myself opening tabs and not remembering why I opened it, or walking out of my house and having to remind myself why I’m leaving. I naturally assumed it was just me. Overworking and undersleeping is bound to have this effect, but there appears to be something more insidious going on as Johann explains in todays episode. And if you’re like me, you’re definitely not alone.There are 5 core ideas that we explore today:One: Your attention didn’t collapse – it was stolen.Two: If your Screentime shows that you spend more than three hours a day on your phone, then you are losing far more than just time. Your brain can only produce one or two thoughts in your conscious mind at once. We’re very, very single-minded.Three: The covid crisis has flipped many of us into a state called hypervigilance, which is ruining our focus.Four: The way we eat in the Western world is severely damaging our attention and focus.Five: We can only get out of this crisis if we respond as individuals, by making changes in our own lives and our children’s lives, to protect ourselves from forces invading our attention. But we also need to campaign for more humane technology, forcing them to adopt a different business model that isn’t reliant on interrupting, distracting and monetising our attention.We talk about:Our ‘attentional pathogenic culture’Switch cost effectsTapping into flow statesReading as a gym for empathyUniversal basic incomeAnd of course, technology? Watch the podcast on YouTube here? Download The Doctor’s Kitchen app for freeYou can download The Doctor’s Kitchen app for free to get access to all of our recipes, with specific suggestions tailored to your health needs and new recipes added every month. We’ve had some amazing feedback so far and we have new features being added all the time – check it out with a 14 day free trial too.Do check out this week’s “Eat, Listen, Read” newsletter, that you can subscribe to on our website – where I send you a recipe to cook as well as some mindfully curated media to help you have a healthier, happier week.? Join the newsletter and 7 day meal plan? Follow on Instagram? Tweet me Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
THE JOCKEYS JOIN THE COOL KIDS CLUB Episode 205: THE JOCKEYS JOIN THE COOL KIDS CLUBStates Societies, National Societies, and Secret Societies? There are more and more news stories of states wanting to let other medical professionals perform medical imaging procedures. The Jockeys with special guest Prof B discuss how radiographers, RA's, and everyone in medical imaging can help protect the profession. The Jockeys know what you think in the comments. You may get featured on a follow up episode.Buy Us A Drink! <<<Help Support The Jockeys Keep The Content Vibin'! Every Bit Helps.The Catheter Jockeys | Hosts:Jon and Patrick with…..Guest Jockette:Kristin B, RT (R) (M) aka Prof. BPlease Subscribe & Rate Us. Make sure you hit that notification button to receive updates on new episodes.Connect with us on social media | Click on the Link Below.Instagram: catheter_jockeysFacebook: catheterjockeysTikTok: @catheterjockeysorhttps://koji.to/Catheter_Jockeys Support the Jockeys by Buying Us A Drink or leaving a Tip for Twerks  to keep providing you more content. | Click on the Link Below.https://koji.to/Catheter_JockeysDisclaimer: The views and opinions of this podcast are not affiliated with any previous or current employers nor of any professional organizations or national societies.  Support the show
Ep. 299: Bloating, Low Fodmap and Your Skin 1 Spot Left for Rewiring Your Core Wound Patterns http://jjflizanes.com/rewire   Get 10% off a one time order or 15% off a subscription for Gut to Glow from Dr Davis! http://jjflizanes.com/glow Use code JJ10 for one time or JJ15 for subscription to get your discount!   Dr. William Davis is author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller, Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health, the book that turned the nutritional world by storm by challenging the conventional wisdom of “healthy whole grains,” exposing the changes introduced into modern wheat by geneticists responsible for an astounding range of adverse health effects. Dr. Davis has discussed his views on major media including The Dr. Oz Show, Live! With Kelly, Fox TV, and CBS This Morning, and has been featured in Prevention magazine, First for Women magazine, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, the New York Post, Woman’s World magazine, Boing Boing, Huffington Post, and others. He is also the author of Undoctored and most recently Super Gut: Reprogram Your Microbiome to Restore Health, Lose Weight and Turn Back the Clock. https://drdavisinfinitehealth.com/   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcasts including People’s Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose & Energy. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, a best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually Fit to Attract the Love of Your Life and The Invisible Fitness Formula: 5 Secrets to Release Weight and End Body Shame. Named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine, JJ has been featured in many national magazines, including Shape, Fitness, and Women’s Health as well as appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, the CW and KTLA. Grab a free copy of the Invisible Fitness Formula at http://jjflizanes.com/book
108. Filling the Postpartum Gap with Dr. Lara Morgan Lee What’s something that you wish someone had told you before having children? From challenges with breast feeding, to lack of sleep, to postpartum body insecurities, there are probably so many things that you felt unprepared for after giving birth.What’s normal? What’s not normal? It’s hard to know, especially when you have nothing to compare it to. We hear from doctors that everything looks good, and to just give it time, but that’s not enough. There is such a lack of support for moms in the United States, and our system is broken. We’re set up to struggle and it doesn’t have to be this way. Today I have Dr. Lara Morgan Lee on the podcast, and we’re talking all about these issues. Lara Morgan Lee, MD is a board-certified Sports Medicine Physician and former professional team doctor who after her own pregnancy and postpartum journey realized traditional medical care was simply put, failing mothers.Leveraging her career experience with athletes she turned her focus to providing the education and empowerment one needs from expecting to years after baby. The vision is clear: bridge the gap to elevate the traditional way medicine is delivered for mothers the same way we care for athletes. In this episode we discuss:
Dr. Morgan’s journey working with mothers.
The link between athletes and mothers.
Being a martyr and what that looks like in motherhood.
The importance of educating mothers on what’s “normal” during pregnancy, birth, and after having children.
Changing the broken healthcare system by supporting mothers in innovative ways.
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109. Why Schools Need to Shift to Structured Literacy with Jeanne Jeup There are five pillars of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. These pillars have been identified by the science of reading as the essential skills our children need to develop to become successful and confident readers. Unfortunately, many schools are not focusing on all five of these important elements, and as a result, our kids are struggling to read. Jeanne Jeup is here to share how we can take a structured literacy approach to change this.Jeanne Jeup is the Co-Founder and President of the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education, founded in 1996. IMSE has become the national leader in Structured Literacy professional development based on the Science of Reading, having trained more than 200,000 teachers, creating millions of readers.In today's episode, we will talk about structured and balanced literacy, why schools need to shift to structured literacy, what the Orton Gillingham method is and why it works, and so much more. If you listened to my recent episode with Miss Beth, and why our children cannot read, this is a continuation of that conversation.In this episode we discuss:
What structured literacy is and how it’s different from balanced literacy
Understanding the three-tiered levels of instruction
Resistance in education to begin implementing Science of Reading strategies
What to do if you’re a teacher who wants to better your reading instruction
What you can do as a parent who wants to support your child’s reading
The difference between a phonetic word and an irregular word
Resources:
ISME support and resources for parents
Unlocking Literacy, by Marcia K. Henry
Speech to Print – Louisa Cook Moats 
Reading Rockets
IMSE Instagram
Institute for Multi-Sensory Education
Episode 95, Why Can’t Our Kids Read? Understanding the Science of Reading with Miss Beth
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110. The Reality of Being a “Selfless Mother” + The Power of Play with Dr. Sam Casey Many women have these wonderful ideas about how they will be as a parent. But oftentimes, once they become parents, they become lost in doing and being everything for the child and don’t take the time to fill their own cup. In the United States especially, mothers are expected to give every ounce of their being to their children and to bounce back without adequate support after having a baby. When mothers are completely selfless, it can have a negative effect on both the mother and the children. If you feel like you are giving your everything to your children and like you are completely depleted but aren’t sure how to serve you and your child, Dr. Sam is sharing some great information about finding balance in motherhood. Dr Sam is a Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist, specializing in working with children and parents. Dr Sam Casey created the Play Prescription® method to teach parents and professionals a holistic and practical approach to play therapy.In today's episode, we are talking about what a selfless mother is, how it can affect children in the short and long term, and how to find balance in motherhood. Dr. Sam and I are also talking about play based strategies that you can incorporate into your daily routine with your children.In this episode, we discuss:
What Dr. Sam’s beliefs are about motherhood and how they shifted once she became a mother
What a selfless mother is
How children are affected in the short and long term when a mother is very selfless
Is free independent play, or playing with a parent better for children?
What to do if you feel angry at your partner for not being as selfless as you
Dr. Sam’s best piece advice for mothers
Resources:
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Instagram: @drsamcasey
Dr. Shefali’s website
Episode 106: Practical Ways to Reduce Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout in Motherhood with Dr. Sarah Pospos
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Dr. Zaneveld’s background
An overview of Lazarus 3D
Lazarus 3D being featured by Tom Scott – Watch Here

How Lazarus 3D surgeons operate with confidence
What’s next?
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#335 – Dr. Smriti Zaneveld, President and Founder at Lazarus 3D Our Guest: Dr. Smriti Zaneveld, President and Founder at Lazarus 3DWhat you'll get out of this episode:
Dr. Zaneveld's background
An overview of Lazarus 3D
Lazarus 3D being featured by Tom Scott – Watch Here

How Lazarus 3D surgeons operate with confidence
What's next?
Our sponsors for this episode are Sage Growth Partners & FlipMDSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media – @sagegrowthpartnersFlipMD is an open, competitive marketplace of physicians only offering their consulting services to a wide range of client industries. The ultimate goal of flipMD is to be the best source of physician talent for any industry. The platform is very simple to use, you post a job for free with the specific scope of work and your budget. After the job posting, our physicians respond directly to you with their best offer for the work. Once you accept an offer, you fund the project. Once you receive satisfactory work, you accept and the funds are released to your expert physician consultant. For more information, please go to https://flip-md.com/ & follow FlipMD on social media – @flipmdTo learn more about Lazarus 3D please use the links below:- Website – LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website – Facebook – LinkedIn – Twitter – YouTube – Newsletter
Dr. Khoja’s background
His background and an overview of FibroBiologics
An overview of fibroblasts
Fibroblasts in comparison to stem cells
What diseases they are currently focused on and why?
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#336 – Dr. Hamid Khoja, Chief Scientific Officer at FibroBiologics Our Guest: Dr. Hamid Khoja, Chief Scientific Officer at FibroBiologicsWhat you'll get out of this episode:
Dr. Khoja's background
His background and an overview of FibroBiologics
An overview of fibroblasts
Fibroblasts in comparison to stem cells
What diseases they are currently focused on and why?
Where the company is at regarding clinical studies
What's next?
Our sponsors for this episode are Sage Growth Partners & FlipMDSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media – @sagegrowthpartnersFlipMD is an open, competitive marketplace of physicians only offering their consulting services to a wide range of client industries. The ultimate goal of flipMD is to be the best source of physician talent for any industry. The platform is very simple to use, you post a job for free with the specific scope of work and your budget. After the job posting, our physicians respond directly to you with their best offer for the work. Once you accept an offer, you fund the project. Once you receive satisfactory work, you accept and the funds are released to your expert physician consultant. For more information, please go to https://flip-md.com/ & follow FlipMD on social media – @flipmdTo learn more about FibroBiologics please use the links below:- Website – LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website – Facebook – LinkedIn – Twitter – YouTube – Newsletter
Arevalos’ background
An overview of Starling Medical
What is the home urine diagnostic remote patient monitoring platform?
How Starling Medical is improving healthcare
What’s next? 
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#337 – Alex Arevalos, President & CEO at Starling Medical Our Guest: Alex Arevalos, President & CEO at Starling MedicalWhat you'll get out of this episode:
Arevalos' background
An overview of Starling Medical
What is the home urine diagnostic remote patient monitoring platform?
How Starling Medical is improving healthcare
What's next? 
Additional Resources:TechCrunch: Starling Medical’s new urine-testing device turns your toilet into a health trackerOur sponsors for this episode are Sage Growth Partners & FlipMDSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media – @sagegrowthpartnersFlipMD is an open, competitive marketplace of physicians only offering their consulting services to a wide range of client industries. The ultimate goal of flipMD is to be the best source of physician talent for any industry. The platform is very simple to use, you post a job for free with the specific scope of work and your budget. After the job posting, our physicians respond directly to you with their best offer for the work. Once you accept an offer, you fund the project. Once you receive satisfactory work, you accept and the funds are released to your expert physician consultant. For more information, please go to https://flip-md.com/ & follow FlipMD on social media – @flipmdTo learn more about Starling Medical please use the links below:- Website – LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website – Facebook – LinkedIn – Twitter – YouTube – Newsletter
Their backgrounds 
An overview of BioStem Technologies
The cause of complex wounds and how this impacts patients
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#338 – Andrew VanVurst, Co-Founder & COO, and Jason Matuszewski, Co-Founder & CEO at BioStem Technologies Our Guests: Andrew VanVurst, Co-Founder & COO, and Jason Matuszewski, Co-Founder & CEO at BioStem TechnologiesWhat you'll get out of this episode:
Their backgrounds 
An overview of BioStem Technologies
The cause of complex wounds and how this impacts patients
Perinatal tissue, and how BioStem Technologies is utilizing this to innovate solutions for complex wound care
The advantages of perinatal tissue-derived allografts as opposed to other treatment options
What's next? 
Our sponsors for this episode are Sage Growth Partners & FlipMDSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media – @sagegrowthpartnersFlipMD is an open, competitive marketplace of physicians only offering their consulting services to a wide range of client industries. The ultimate goal of flipMD is to be the best source of physician talent for any industry. The platform is very simple to use, you post a job for free with the specific scope of work and your budget. After the job posting, our physicians respond directly to you with their best offer for the work. Once you accept an offer, you fund the project. Once you receive satisfactory work, you accept and the funds are released to your expert physician consultant. For more information, please go to https://flip-md.com/ & follow FlipMD on social media – @flipmdTo learn more about BioStem Technologies please use the links below:- Website – LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website – Facebook – LinkedIn – Twitter – YouTube – Newsletter
Dr. Lewis’ background
An overview of Navina
How AI is addressing physician burnout
How AI can help guide diagnosis and raise awareness of illness before crisis ensues
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#339 – Dr. Yair Lewis, Senior Vice President of Medical at Navina Our Guest: Dr. Yair Lewis, Senior Vice President of Medical at NavinaWhat you'll get out of this episode:
Dr. Lewis' background
An overview of Navina
How AI is addressing physician burnout
How AI can help guide diagnosis and raise awareness of illness before crisis ensues
The role of AI in the future of healthcare
What's next?
Our sponsors for this episode are Sage Growth Partners & FlipMDSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media – @sagegrowthpartnersFlipMD is an open, competitive marketplace of physicians only offering their consulting services to a wide range of client industries. The ultimate goal of flipMD is to be the best source of physician talent for any industry. The platform is very simple to use, you post a job for free with the specific scope of work and your budget. After the job posting, our physicians respond directly to you with their best offer for the work. Once you accept an offer, you fund the project. Once you receive satisfactory work, you accept and the funds are released to your expert physician consultant. For more information, please go to https://flip-md.com/ & follow FlipMD on social media – @flipmdTo learn more about Navina please use the links below:- Website – LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website – Facebook – LinkedIn – Twitter – YouTube – Newsletter
Aubin’s background
An overview of Commons Clinic
What’s wrong with hospital system level of care
State of Orthopedic Care
The role of brick & mortar locations
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#340 – Nick Aubin, CEO & Co-Founder Commons Clinic Our Guest: Nick Aubin, CEO & Co-Founder Commons ClinicWhat you'll get out of this episode:
Aubin's background
An overview of Commons Clinic
What's wrong with hospital system level of care
State of Orthopedic Care
The role of brick & mortar locations
Their recent Series A announcement & who participated
What's next?
Our sponsors for this episode are Sage Growth Partners & FlipMDSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media – @sagegrowthpartnersFlipMD is an open, competitive marketplace of physicians only offering their consulting services to a wide range of client industries. The ultimate goal of flipMD is to be the best source of physician talent for any industry. The platform is very simple to use, you post a job for free with the specific scope of work and your budget. After the job posting, our physicians respond directly to you with their best offer for the work. Once you accept an offer, you fund the project. Once you receive satisfactory work, you accept and the funds are released to your expert physician consultant. For more information, please go to https://flip-md.com/ & follow FlipMD on social media – @flipmdTo learn more about Commons Clinic please use the links below:- Website – LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website – Facebook – LinkedIn – Twitter – YouTube – Newsletter
Rudolph’s background
An overview of WellTheory
The recipe to reversing the autoimmune epidemic
What’s next?
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#341 – Ellen Rudolph, Founder & CEO at WellTheory Our Guest: Ellen Rudolph, Founder & CEO at WellTheoryWhat you'll get out of this episode:
Rudolph's background
An overview of WellTheory
The recipe to reversing the autoimmune epidemic
What's next?
Our sponsors for this episode are Sage Growth Partners & FlipMDSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media – @sagegrowthpartnersFlipMD is an open, competitive marketplace of physicians only offering their consulting services to a wide range of client industries. The ultimate goal of flipMD is to be the best source of physician talent for any industry. The platform is very simple to use, you post a job for free with the specific scope of work and your budget. After the job posting, our physicians respond directly to you with their best offer for the work. Once you accept an offer, you fund the project. Once you receive satisfactory work, you accept and the funds are released to your expert physician consultant. For more information, please go to https://flip-md.com/ & follow FlipMD on social media – @flipmdTo learn more about WellTheory please use the links below:- Website – LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website – Facebook – LinkedIn – Twitter – YouTube – Newsletter
Wellness Optimization: Mind, Body, and Spirit Our goal in this podcast is to give you the tools you need to help you reach your own optimal health potential in mind, body, and spirit. We go beyond treating disease, and prevntion to empower you with the information you need in order to become the very best version of yourself, no matter where your starting point is. We discuss the fundamentals of lifestyle medicne such as sleep, nutrition, exercise, and socialization, as well as other important strategies such as bioidentical hormone therapy, toxins, intimacy, gut health, brain health, meditation, spiritual health, and other cornerstones of optimal wellness.Support the show Please CLICK ON THIS LINK to support the show.-Follow me on Facebook. Join our group "Functional Medicine with Dr. McMinn."-Click on the following link to reach our FULLSCRIPT dispensary for a 10% discount on physician-grade supplements: https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/jmcminn/signupFullScript Dispensary is an affiliate from which I receive a commission. How to rate and review on an iPhone: Tap the Apple "Podcast" App. Go to the bottom right of the screen and tap on the search icon. In the search bar type "Functional Medicine Podcast." Scroll to find the podcast with a picture of Dr. McMinn and Lindsay, with a green tree in the middle. Tap on that. Then scroll ALL the way down (it's a ways) until you see the 5 empty stars. Click on the one on the right to give us a 5-star review. It will automatically send. Then go down just a bit more and tap on "Write a Review." It should show you a page where you can put in YOUR title, such as "listener." Then you should see a space where you write your review. Tap "Send."
Catharine Arnston : Algae for Longevity? Catharine Arnston, who is the founder, CEO, and Chief Scientific Officer of Energy Bits. She will be discussing about Algae for nutrition. LINK:enerybits.com – WebsiteCatharine Arnston – LinkedInENERGYbits® – YoutubeTIMESTAMPS:00:47 – Catharine Arnston00:52 – EnergyBits04:46 – Algae05:34 – Cancer06:41 – Longevity11:01 – Toxins14:25 – Heart Disease15:07 – Mitochondria19:54 – Free Radicals40:08 – Spirulina44:53 – Superoxide Dismutase45:44 – energybits.com———-#longevity #CatharineArnston #enerybits #aging #antioxidants #superoxidedismutase #cell #spirulina #algae #chlorella #robertlufkinmd #drlufkin #robertlufkin #stephensideroff #drsideroff #stephensideroffphd #healthlongevitysecrets #pathlongevity*** CHECK OUT ROB AND STEVE'S MASTERCLASSES ***Rob's MasterclassesSteve's Masterclasses*** CONNECT WITH ROBERT LUFKIN MD ON SOCIAL MEDIA ***Web: https://robertlufkinmd.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/robertlufkinmdYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/RobertLufkinMDInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertlufkinmd/*** CONNECT WITH STEPHEN SIDEROFF PHD ON SOCIAL MEDIA ***Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephen.sideroffTwitter: https://twitter.com/DrSideroffInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drstephensideroff/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drstephensideroff/*** SPONSORSHIPS & BRANDS ***We do work with sponsors and brands. If you are interested in working with us for your health industry product or service, please contact us at:https://pathlongevity.com/contact-us/ NOTE: This is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have seen here. Robert Lufkin MD may at any time and at its sole discretion change or replace the information available on this channel. To the extent permitted by mandatory law, Robert Lufkin MD shall not be liable for any direct, incidental, consequential, indirect or punitive damages arising out of access to or use of any content available on this channel, including viruses, regardless of the accuracy or completeness of any such content.
Optimizing Your Wellbeing with Epigenetic Hair Analysis Show Summary: “What I love about hair analysis is you can't trick it. Hair stores roughly 90 days of information. So unless you're actually changing your lifestyle, you can’t manipulate the results.”Unlocking a healthier version of yourself might be as simple as analyzing your hair. This non-invasive method can reveal much more about your health than you think.By measuring several factors in your body, such as nutrient levels and environmental influences, hair analysis can detect potential health issues before you even feel any symptoms.Our guest today, Julie Clarke, is a Certified Nutritional Consultant and Licensed Phlebotomist and actively uses hair analysis assessments to help her patients and clients transform their health and happiness. In this episode, Julie dives deep into the science and juicy details of epigenetic hair analysis, revealing how it can optimize your well-being.Join us as we explore the incredible benefits of this test. After this episode, you’re never gonna look at hair another way.Tune in to Episode 62 of the Gutsy Health Podcast today and leave a review on your streaming platform for a chance to win a free hair analysis from Provo Health!Exceptional Highlights:Our bodies are so intuitive they can predict health issues before you start feeling any symptoms.A hair analysis can identify critical information related to emotional state, illnesses, nutrition, and environmental influences.Each layer in the hair follicle describes the significant issues or imbalances in our health for a 3-month period. Show Highlights:01:13 – The eerie ways epigenetic hair analysis kept matching people’s health status02:25 – How Gina Worful became a believer after seeing her hair scan results04:16 – Multiple anecdotal evidence about the hair analysis that will leave you mindblown06:52 – The fascinating history of Cell Wellbeing 08:37 – Juanique Roney explains how bioresonance is measured by the hair scan12:43 – What exactly is measured by the hair scan, and how does it work? 18:01 – Long-term exposure to radiation, heavy metals, or electric and magnetic fields can lead to the deformation of blood cells 23:00 – How something as small as EMF exposure can have a dramatic negative effect on someone’s performance39:22 – Hair analysis can let you know which foods are recommended or restricted for you by addressing nutritional deficiencies and environmental influences40:28 – Consecutive hair analysis can help you peel back the layers of your health so you can focus on areas that need the utmost attentionImportant Links: Gutsy Health Academy – https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/ Gutsy Health Podcast Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/gutsyhealthpodcast/For Healthy Cells – https://forhealthycells.com/IT'S GIVEAWAY TIME!?It's your chance to WIN a FREE HAIR ANALYSIS! ?To enter, here are the mechanics:? Follow us here on IG @gutsyhealthpodcast? Then, leave us a review on your favorite streaming platformSuper easy!After two weeks, we will pick a listener to win our hair scan.Note: The giveaway doesn't include a consult; it's just the hair analysis.Submit your entries now
Breaking Through with Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy Show Summary:“I struggled with depression, anxiety, and substance abuse for most of my adult life. While traditional medication and ayahuasca helped, they failed to address all of my issues. Working with my therapist on ketamine-assisted psychotherapy mostly cured my PTSD.”Mental health is a major health concern in our world today, affecting 1 in 3 Americans who suffer from anxiety and depression, costing billions to the economy. Despite this pressing issue, mental health treatment has seen little change in the past 50 years. Patients receive disjointed care, with very limited interaction between their therapist and prescriber, resulting in inadequate treatment.But there is hope. Psychedelics are a game-changing development in mental health treatment, representing the first significant shift in this field in half a century.Jonathan Sabbagh, founder of Journey Clinical, knows firsthand the transformative benefits of plant medicine and Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). After experiencing burnout and receiving a difficult PTSD diagnosis, he left the world of finance to focus on his mental health. Now, his mission is to help licensed mental health professionals deliver KAP on a larger scale.Join us in this episode as we explore the power of ketamine-assisted psychotherapy and psychedelics to revolutionize mental health treatment and offer much-needed support to those in need.Get a chance to win a free hair analysis from Provo Health by rating and leaving a review on Episode 63 of the Gutsy Health Podcast!Exceptional Highlights:Our lives are filled with various stressors that can take a toll on our mental health, making it crucial to seek support in times of crisis.Working with licensed mental health professionals trained in psychedelic-assisted therapy techniques such as CBT, harm reduction, and internal family systems can maximize the benefits of therapy.Effective psychedelic therapy is personalized, adapting to each patient's unique needs and experiences and empowering therapists to flexibly tailor their approach.Show Highlights: 05:08 – The pitfalls of diving into plant medicine or psychedelics without proper integration06:12 – Where can people find a therapist well-versed in psychedelics?06:54 – Why Jonathan left a successful finance career to pursue clinical psychology10:17 – The high cost of ignoring mental health 12:01 – The science behind ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) and how it functions as an antidepressant and dissociative anesthetic 16:42 – Exploring the benefits of a collaborative care model 19:05 – Journey Clinical’s comprehensive approach to patient care, including preparation, dosing, and integration sessions26:05 – Jonathan’s thoughts on unethical ketamine clinics that provide little support or follow-up for patients29:04 – Psychedelics lower your defense mechanisms and allow you to access deeper aspects of yourself30:15 – A brief introduction to internal family systems as a powerful therapeutic modality Important Links: Journey Clinical – https://www.journeyclinical.cIT'S GIVEAWAY TIME!?It's your chance to WIN a FREE HAIR ANALYSIS! ?To enter, here are the mechanics:? Follow us here on IG @gutsyhealthpodcast? Then, leave us a review on your favorite streaming platformSuper easy!After two weeks, we will pick a listener to win our hair scan.Note: The giveaway doesn't include a consult; it's just the hair analysis.Submit your entries now
Revolutionizing Gut Health with Your Microbiome and FMT Show Summary “FMT, or Fecal Microbiota Transplantation, restores the gut with the proper bacteria, allowing the body to process food, obtain nutrition, and reset the immune system. By resetting the gut, the immune system improves, and the body can start to recover.”Your gut microbiome is a crucial part of your overall well-being, influencing everything from digestion to mood. But when it's out of balance, it can lead to a host of health issues.That's where Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) comes in. Despite its initial unappealing appearance, FMT has been making waves in the medical world for its potential to treat a range of gut disorders and autoimmune diseases.Our guest today is Dr. Shaina Cahill, a neuroscientist and Director of Medical Communications and Affairs at Novel Biome. She delves into the fascinating research and potential benefits of this innovative therapy and explores the science behind FMT and why the microbiome is critical to our health. In this episode, you'll discover how it can be an effective treatment for a variety of conditions, including recurrent Clostridioides difficile infection, inflammatory bowel disease, and even mental health disorders.Unlock the secret to optimal gut health. Tune in to Episode 64 of the Gutsy Health Podcast! Leave a rating and review and get a chance to win a free hair scan analysis from Provo Health.Exceptional Highlights:Your gut is responsible for creating 90% of the serotonin in your body, which is important for memory, mood, sleep, and other vital functions.A study at Arizona State University showed a 70% improvement in GI symptoms and a 24% improvement in autism-related behaviors through FMT, and a 50% improvement in both GI and autism-related symptoms even after two years.Aim to eat 50 different types of foods each week to promote gut health and diversity of gut bacteria. Show Highlights: 03:00 – The gut-brain axis: How does the communication between the gut and brain work? 06:53 – Can low microbial diversity transferred from parents to babies negatively affect cognitive function?08:05 – How living in an urbanized culture affects our gut microbiome08:50 – What are the characteristics of a healthy gut?12:16 – How to manage severe gut dysfunction caused by food intolerances and shrinking microbial diversity17:02 – What is FMT, and how was it discovered?22:37 – The link between gut dysfunction and autoimmune and nervous system disorders28:09 – FMT could potentially help regulate your immune system in individuals experiencing long-term COVID symptoms30:19 – Benefits to obtaining FMTs and storing your gut microbiome 33:03 – The downside of probiotics and why donor or restored microbiomes are a more comprehensive solution38:00 – How nutrition, stress, aging, and exercise can alter the gut microbiomeImportant Links: Gutsy Health Podcast Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gutsyhealthpodcast/IT'S GIVEAWAY TIME!?It's your chance to WIN a FREE HAIR ANALYSIS! ?To enter, here are the mechanics:? Follow us here on IG @gutsyhealthpodcast? Then, leave us a review on your favorite streaming platformSuper easy!After two weeks, we will pick a listener to win our hair scan.Note: The giveaway doesn't include a consult; it's just the hair analysis.Submit your entries now
Breaking Down the Root Causes of Bloating Show Summary: “Our gut is called the second brain because it’s home to over 100 million neurons and intimately links to all organ systems. Healing it can lead to systemic benefits throughout the body, improving bloating, skin, weight, and even autoimmunity.”If you've ever experienced the discomfort and embarrassment of bloating, you know how it can negatively impact your daily life. And while it's easy to dismiss it as a regular occurrence, it's essential to know when it crosses the line from a common symptom to a potential indicator of an underlying issue.We're thrilled to have Dr. Mary Pardee on the podcast today. She is a renowned Naturopathic and Functional Medicine Doctor specializing in integrative gastroenterology and longevity, and she’s here to discuss everything you need to know about bloating.From the root causes to effective treatments and even how gut health impacts our overall longevity, Dr. Pardee will be sharing her expert insights and strategies for a healthier, happier gut. Get ready to say goodbye to bloating and hello to optimal digestive health. Tune in to Episode 65 of the Gutsy Health Podcast!Exceptional Highlights:Bloating may seem like a minor inconvenience, but it can be just as debilitating for those with IBS as someone with end-stage kidney disease on dialysis.Imagine feeling intense pain from even the slightest discomfort in your gut – that's the reality for many people with IBS due to visceral hypersensitivity.Adverse childhood events and family history may be linked to gut issues in adulthood.Show Highlights: 03:12 – Is your bloating due to excess fat or water retention, or is it a sign of something more serious?07:48 – Why is bloating a problem, and when should you be concerned enough to seek medical help?08:55 – Could bloating put you at risk for small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)11:36 – Why do certain people experience more gut discomfort than others despite having the same amount of gas in the intestines?13:04 – Discover how the gut-brain connection affects irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and learn about effective treatments 23:08 – How chronic stress can lead to GI issues, immune system dysfunction, and even shortened lifespan27:46 – Explore the fascinating relationship between the gut and liver and how it affects digestive health 30:34 – Bloating can be seen in various gastrointestinal conditions, including IBS, IBD, SIBO, and certain infections32:26 – Steps you can take to reduce bloating and improve your digestion from a holistic perspective45:31 – An innovative tool to help determine which foods are causing your bloating – the FoodMarble deviceImportant Links: Gutsy Health Podcast Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gutsyhealthpodcast/Gutsy Health Academy – https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/Modrn Med – https://www.modrnmed.com/Dr. Mary ParIT'S GIVEAWAY TIME!?It's your chance to WIN a FREE HAIR ANALYSIS! ?To enter, here are the mechanics:? Follow us here on IG @gutsyhealthpodcast? Then, leave us a review on your favorite streaming platformSuper easy!After two weeks, we will pick a listener to win our hair scan.Note: The giveaway doesn't include a consult; it's just the hair analysis.Submit your entries now

Tackle resistant hypertension. Learn when it is pseudo resistant hypertension, and how to treat this pesky condition when it is true resistant hypertension. Dr. Jordy Cohen (@jordy_bc) leads us through her approach to keeping the BP where it sh” id=”i84T3rpBvc” vid=”i84T3rpBvc” id-for-player=”i84T3rpBvc” link=”/listen/390-resistant-hypertension-i84T3rpBvc/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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Tackle resistant hypertension. Learn when it is pseudo resistant hypertension, and how to treat this pesky condition when it is true resistant hypertension. Dr. Jordy Cohen (@jordy_bc) leads us through her approach to keeping the BP where it should be (University of Pennsylvania).

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Hypertension definition
Mechanisms of hypertension
Vascular stiffness and aging
Antihypertensive agents
Anxiety and hypertension
Escalating blood pressure management
Resistant hypertension
Ruling out pseudo resistant hypertension
Substance induced pseudo resistant hypertension
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Written and Produced by: Deborah Gorth MD, PhD
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Katie Baehring // Breast Implant Illness, the Gut/Mental Health Connection, & How Stress Impacts Our Hormones Join in on my convo with the beautiful Katie Baehring as we talk all things gut health and breast implant illness. Katie is a certified holistic gut health practitioner who specializes in helping women over 40 identify triggers that may be causing imbalances in their lives. She focuses on proper nutrition, sleep and restoration, low impact movement and healing the gut lining in order to help women who are experiencing hormonal imbalances, adrenal fatigue, stubborn weight gain, and autoimmune issues.  Highlights from this episode: Katie's experience with breast implant illness The gut health-mental health connection The effects birth control has on hormones and gut flora balance How the wrong exercises mixed with adrenal fatigue could be contributing to stubborn weight gain Why the simple approach of calories in /calories out or just eating "fat-free" foods doesn't work when trying to lose weight Connect with Katie to learn more about how she could help you: organic-chaos.com Tiktok: organic_chaoss IG: organic.chaoss Youtube: organic.chaoss Thank you Katie!!   This is not medical advice or meant to be diagnostic in any way. All podcast interview inquires can be sent to [email protected]
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172. Altitude sickness: Mountains and Viagra Mountains and Viagra. We promise they’re related here (no puns). Are you wearing your Patagonia? Good we thought so. Vest or jacket is acceptable by us. We’re covering a classic board question on EM tests. If you have any interest in wilderness medicine, here’s your chance to shine.
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Ep181 Cerebral Venous Thrombosis, Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension, Giant Cell Arteritis and Peripartum Headaches In this episode, Dr. Roy Baskind and Dr. Ahmit Shah answer such questions as: when is an opening pressure on LP required? When should we pull the trigger on ordering a CT venogram in the patient with unexplained headache? Which older patients who present with headache require an ESR/CRP? How do the presentations of cerebral venous thrombosis (CVT) and idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH) compare and contrast? When is it safe to start steroids in the ED for patients suspected of giant cell arteritis (GCA); will starting steroids affect the accuracy of a temporal artery biopsy? How soon should patients suspected of GCA get a temporal artery biopsy? When should we consider posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) and pituitary apoplexy in the peripartum patient? How should we think about the differential diagnosis of vascular headaches? and many more… 
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Health Professions Scholarship Program & The Military Match Ever thought about joining the Military while also becoming a physician? Looking for ways to serve your country while also obtaining benefits such as getting medical school paid for? Tune into this episode as Elsa Haile tells us about the Health Professions Scholarship Program, why she joined, what her experience was like and what her future in the Army holds. Show Notes: 1. AAMC's Guide to the HPSP2. Medicine and the Military
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Binge Drinking in College and Adolescent Students In this episode we discuss the definition, risks of binge drinking, epidemiology, and what measures colleges and institutions can take to reduce this disturbing trend. Hosted by Paula Cook, MD and Darlene Petersen, MD.
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DBT for Alcohol and Substance Use Disorders Laura Petracek, PhD teaches us all about Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and how we can best support our patients in their recovery. Hosted by Darlene Petersen, MD. 
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Coming Out of Winter Hibernation We have a really fun show for you this Saturday, which is especially important for all of you weekend warriors and those who take it a bit too easy over the winter. For all of us who struggle to Come Out of Winter Hibernation, we have the information you need. Today's show will discuss everything from orthopedics to heart disease and diet. Get your pad of paper ready, as you will want to take notes. Dr. Anthony LoGiudice and Tori Mayo (PA) from the Department of Orthopedics are joined by two of my favorite cardiologists, Drs. Jacquelyn Kulinski and Stacey Gardiner. The final segment in this all-star program features Dr. Kate Glasenapp and Amy Kulwicki (RD, CD) on diet and healthy eating habits.
Dr. Usman on Recent ECMO Clinical Briefing In this episode, Dr. Asad Ali Usman will lead a discussion focusing on mobile ECMO, including the mechanics of ECMO, and the difference between standard in-hospital ECMO machines and mobile ECMO.

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Culture, Science & Medicine Today, we have with us J.D. Talasek, Director of Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences or CPNAS, which explores the relationships among culture, science, engineering, and medicine.

J.D. is also the creator and moderator for a monthly salon called DASER (DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous) held at the National Academy of Sciences as part of the LASER network. He has served on the faculty at Johns Hopkins University in the Museum Studies Master’s Program. And he served on the Contemporary Art and Science Committee (CASC) at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.

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Why Fertility Care is Utterly Broken IVF has come a long way since the first IVF baby was born in 1978. Thirty years ago, your chances of bringing home a baby with each IVF try was 5%. Today, that number is around one third. While this is an impressive improvement, the fact is, the majority of patients will not go home with a baby after an invasive, emotional, and expensive round of IVF. There’s still much progress to be made.In this special episode, I share a piece I wrote for Fortune Magazine on what's wrong with fertility care, and what we need to do to fix it.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Rethinking Medical Education A new study published in JAMA found that more Black doctors means better outcomes for Black patients. Yet the percentage of med students from underrepresented groups is increasing at a paltry rate… and has actually decreased for Black men since 1978.In this episode, LaShyra "Lash" Nolen talks about the future of medical education and care. Lash is a medical student, Fulbright scholar, science communicator, and the Founder of non-profit We Got Us. She currently serves as the first Black woman to become class president of the Harvard Medical School.Read the study in JAMA. Follow guest Lash Nolan on Twitter.Follow host Halle Tecco on Twitter.Visit the Heart of Healthcare website for episode recaps and more!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Episode 166: EDI Podcast Series 2, Episode 3: Embracing Identity and Diversity in the Classroom Today, we are welcoming Dr. Cory Dixon to the podcast! Dr. Dixon is an assistant professor of health and PE at Rowan University, in New Jersey. His research focuses on why “race matters” for PE educator preparation, as he advocates for equitable educational opportunities and stronger recruitment and retention practices for Faculty and Students of Color in higher education.Dr. Dixon earned his Ph.D. and M.Ed. in kinesiology and physical education teacher education from Auburn University. He holds a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology, sports studies, and physical education from Morehouse College, a historically Black college in Atlanta, GA.Special shoutout to Dr. Mara Simon for coordinating this interview!
What is Standing in Your Way? What is the one thing standing between you and your health goal?I thought we unpacked everything in the closet, in last week's episode, but there is much more to it than what you may think.Listen in to this episode to hear the first step to changing your health forever.Get out the the never ending chaos of life.  Start to make small, intentional changes to create sustainable habits so you never have to start over in your health again.Connect with me!Interested in my coaching program?Find me on Instagram @mdcleanliving to book your discovery call.Join my FREE private Facebook Group by clicking below https://www.facebook.com/groups/michybeecleanliving
An Effective, Gut-Friendly Meal Replacement Shake When your gut is inflamed, similar to an injury, sometimes rest is the best solution. An elemental diet (short-term, exclusive consumption of a nutrient-dense meal replacement shake) gives your gut a chance to heal. It’s one of the most effective therapies in our clinic, and the research continues to support its ability to help improve symptoms related to a wide variety of digestive conditions. Hear why it works and how to begin implementing it into your everyday routine for better gut health. https://www.drruscio.com/gut-friendly-meal-replacement-shake  My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.com Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
The Wrap – Chain of Command and why it's so important Do you know who to talk to or how to speak up when you observe a situation that you believe compromises the safety of a patient, employee or visitor? Having a well-established Chain of Command in your area is essential, whether you work in patient care, education, research or shared services. On this week’s episode of The Wrap, two colleagues stopped by to discuss the importance of Chain of Command and to share personal stories on how it has helped alleviate concerns across the organization. They also offer tips that will make it easier to speak up for safety. Check it out today! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Student Series: Reflections on belonging — Tristan Marino’s journey from music to medicine What are your pillars of belonging? For Tristan Marino, they are his Aboriginal and Maori family, his connections to community and friends and now, medicine as well.
Tristan started out studying music at a conservatory, doing simultaneous studies in nursing as a career fallback position. He says he surprised himself to find that nursing in emergency departments was more compelling, but he found it frustrating not to be able to answer his many questions about the patients, their maladies and treatments. The only answer was to become a doctor. Tristan is now happily working at the rural clinical school in the regional NSW city of Orange, in a strong and supportive team, surrounded by the sort of inclusive community for which he has always longed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Episode 54: Dr Bhupesh Prusty – Molecular Virologist Dr Bhupesh Prusty believes that he has found 'the switch'.  A molecular virologist from the University of Würzburg, Germany, he has turned his work looking at ME/CFS to look at Long Covid, and believes that viral reactivation in both diseases could hold the key.  It’s this viral reactivation that, rather than causing a detectable elevation of something in our blood, is causing a depletion in our bodies.  This could be the biomarker we’ve been seeking and he believes that redressing the balance of this depletion could rid us of Long Covid.Living with Long Covid? How was your week?Website – https://www.tlcsessions.net/Twitter – @SessionsTlc https://twitter.com/sessionstlcInsta – @tlcsessions https://www.instagram.com/tlcsessions
923 The Smell of Medicine In this episode Dr's J and Santhosh continue their series on the senses of medicine by discussing smell! Along the way they cover their recovery from c2e2, the memorable scent of anatomy lab, disease smell pokemon, bacteria wine snobbery, the miasma theory, human noses detecting disease, the discovery of smell, how olfaction works, disorder of smelling, sniffin sticks, covid, body odor, old people smell, smell rehab and more! So sit back and take a whiff of all this knowledge on smells we are sending your way this week!Further Readinghttps://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0956797613515681https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33493729/#:~:text=For%20all%20anosmia%20and%20dysgeusia,taste%20was%20within%20a%20week.https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28434127/#:~:text=Intranasal%20vitamin%20A%20at%20a,of%20post%2Dinfectious%20olfactory%20loss.https://www.njmonline.nl/getpdf.php?id=1330https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/exd.13259Nguyen TP, Patel ZM. Budesonide irrigation with olfactory training improves outcomes compared with olfactory training alone in patients with olfactory loss. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2018 Sep;8(9):977-981.Support Us spiritually, emotionally or financially here! or on ACAST+Twitter: @doctorjcomedy @toshyfroInstagram: @travelmedicinepodcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/28uQe3cYGrTLhP6X0zyEhTFacebook: facebook.com/travelmedicinepodcastPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/travelmedicinepodcast Supporting us monthly has all sorts of perks! You get ad free episodes, bonus musical parody, behind the scenes conversations not available to regular folks and more!! Your support helps us to pay for more guest interviews, better equipment, and behind the scenes people who know what they are doing! https://plus.acast.com/s/travelmedicinepodcast.

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924 Journal Club: ChatGMD- AI Med In this episode Dr's J and Santhosh once again perform everybodys favorite roundup of medical news, this time with an emphasis on AI in medicine! Along the way they cover a brief history of ai, a foray into hindu mythology, languge based diagnosis, passing the licensing exams, pros and cons, clinical support, symptom checkers, fibbing computers, surveillance of disease, watching the watchmen, machine v human in the er, mr moviephone, empathy coaching, HALicin and more! So sit back and relax as we turing test the idea of ai in medicine!Further Readinghttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10028563/https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMsr2214184?query=featured_homehttps://www.bmj.com/content/351/bmj.h3480https://interestingengineering.com/innovation/chatgpts-ai-alzheimers-disease-diagnosishttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016510720344667Support Us spiritually, emotionally or financially here! or on ACAST+Twitter: @doctorjcomedy @toshyfroInstagram: @travelmedicinepodcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/28uQe3cYGrTLhP6X0zyEhTFacebook: facebook.com/travelmedicinepodcastPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/travelmedicinepodcast Supporting us monthly has all sorts of perks! You get ad free episodes, bonus musical parody, behind the scenes conversations not available to regular folks and more!! Your support helps us to pay for more guest interviews, better equipment, and behind the scenes people who know what they are doing! https://plus.acast.com/s/travelmedicinepodcast.

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Episode 154: Eating Disorders On Saturday, April 15, our host, Dr. Marianne T. Ritchie, spoke with Dr. Jean Doak, an expert from the University of North Carolina Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders, about symptoms, signs and therapies for eating disorders. More details: https://yourradiodoctor.net/
#107 Tiger Woods, Osgood Schlatter, PRP and more In this episode we discuss Tiger Woods remove himself from The Masters. We also discuss Tiger Woods having a screw sticking out of his skin. We answer questions about PRP, Osgood Schlatter, Haglunds Deformity and much more.
The Confusing Fate of the Abortion Pill The legality and availability of the abortion pill mifepristone is in question after a federal judge in Texas canceled the FDA’s approval of the first drug used in the two-drug medication abortion regimen. A 5th Circuit Court of Appeals panel overruled that decision in part, saying the pill should remain available, but only under the onerous restrictions in place before 2016. Meanwhile, another federal judge in Washington state issued a ruling in a separate case that conflicts with the Texas decision, ordering the FDA not to roll back any of its restrictions on the drug.Victoria Knight of Axios, Shefali Luthra of The 19th, and Sarah Karlin-Smith of the Pink Sheet join KFF Health News chief Washington correspondent Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more. Plus, for “extra credit,” the panelists suggest health policy stories they read this week they think you should read, too:Julie Rovner: The Washington Post’s “To Comply With a New Sesame Allergy Law, Some Businesses Add — Sesame,” by Karen WeeseShefali Luthra: KFF Health News’ “For Uninsured People With Cancer, Securing Care Can Be Like Spinning a Roulette Wheel,” by Charlotte HuffVictoria Knight: The Washington Post’s “Research With Exotic Viruses Risks a Deadly Outbreak, Scientists Warn,” by David Willman and Joby WarrickSarah Karlin-Smith: NBC News’ “Conspiracy Theorists Made Tiffany Dover Into an Anti-Vaccine Icon. She’s Finally Ready to Talk About It,” by Brandy ZadroznyVisit our website for a transcript of the episode. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Effective and Educational Family Centered Rounds with Dr. Beth Vukin What are the barriers to an ideal rounding experience? How do you find time to teach on rounds with learners of different levels? How do you engage the patient and family? Welcome Dr. Beth Vukin, pediatric hospitalist, back to the podcast!

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Survival Medicine Podcast: Water Disinfection, Marburg, Strokes Water. You can't live without it, but in a survival scenario, bad water could be the reason you don't make it. In this episode, Dr. Joe Alton discusses various ways to deal with questionable water, including disinfection methods, filtering, getting fresh water from salt water, and much more.

Also, you may want to hear about a new virus about as much as you'd like a hole in the head, but Ebola-like Marburg may be worth knowing about. Dr. Alton (Bones) tells you what you need to know in a calm, reasoned manner (In other words, don't worry, odds of it leaving its place of origin is very small).

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The Good Medicine Show – Episode March 30, 2023 Playlist: Spencer Jo & Joseph Barley – BoomtownSunny War – New DayValdy – Rock and Roll SongKepi Ghoulie – 7-11BA Johnston – I Make The Same MistakesLisa LeBlanc – Quoi-ce tu fais ca pour?Dragonette – StormyBlack Belt Eagle Scout – On The RiverLaura Stevenson – Bells and WhistlesThe Flatliners – Brilliant ResistanceChoncy – That GuySingle Mothers – Head ShrunkDes Arcs – The WaterSkating Polly – Hickey KingSpitting Image – Turn PersonKISS – New York GrooveCivic – Taken By ForceHeartbeeps – Sick In Your HeadBully – Days Move SlowSports Team – The GameHome Front – NationSocial Distortion – Another State of MindTiny Tim – I Believe In TomorrowTiny Tim – Highway to HellThe Distillers – City of AngelsTransplants – Seeing RedSpastic Panthers – Coaldale Saturday NightGEL – Honed BladeZorn – Already DeadOFF! – Keep Your Mouth ShutZeta – ¿Por qué cargamos el peso de la melancolía del mundo entero sobre nosotros?La Armada – Death On ReplayBlue Harbour – Sunroof Welded ShutJesus Piece – Silver LiningPeriodeater – Towards The Crimson TriumphElizabeth Colour Wheel – Pink Palm
The Good Medicine Show – Episode April 6, 2023 Playlist: Margaret Tracteur – Blues anxieuxKepi Ghoulie – I Remember YouOff With Their Heads – You Will DieJoe Keithly – There's A Man Going Around Taking NamesJello Biafra & Mojo Nixon – Are You Drinkin' With Me JesusU.S. Girls – Screen FaceDragonette – T-ShirtBA Johnston – Hanging on by a ThreadDisintegration – time moves for meFever Ray – Shiverco-op – Magic EraserDeath Valley Girls – Journey to Dog StarNight Court – Brighten The CornerWaste Man – Changesshame – AlibisSports Team – Kool AidWolf & Cub – VesselsWorriers – They / Them / TheirsHeavy Cream – ToastedBaby Guts – StaplegunAgainst Me! – Fuckmylife666Nü Sensae – ThrowHome Front – Real EyesThe Thrashers – Muscle BeachMaladroit – I Don't Wanna Go to the Fest with YouSheglanked Shoulders – Too Twanked To SkateNekra – BloodLimp Wrist – They Tell MeMaximum RnR – SwitchbladeCar 87 – BloodDropdead – Paths of GloryCruel Hand – HeatDangers – Midnight TrafficConverge – On My ShieldNetherlands – Severance
The Good Medicine Show – Episode April 13, 2023 Playlist: Zoon – ManitouGenevieve Artadi – Black ShirtsDeath Valley Girls – Magic PowersU.S. Girls – Futures BetBrain Bent – Cog In The GrindB.A. Johnston – I Ain't Helping You MoveAJJ – Death MachinePixies – Levitate Meco-op – PatientWaste Man – Luck MerchantDisintegration – make a wishOceanator – The Last SummerThe Groovie Ghoulies – Let's Go To The MoonThe Distillers – Black HeartA Gentleman's Pact – Reel LifeAlien Boys – Shadow PuppetsNazareth – Not Faking ItPUP – MabuNew York Dolls – TrashHome Front – Born Killer1876 – HollowClassics of Love – Crime PaysFear, featuring John Belushi – NeighborsThe Raging Nathans – Gonna Find YouBaby Guts – FilesLimp Wrist – Thick SkinRudimentary Peni – PlayElectric Chair – Live With ItLos Crudos – LevántatePleasure Venom – DauntScowl – WiredThe Oozes – ReadyMarcher – Hick YuppieDoom – Police BastardGEL – AttainableNetherlands – Animal InsultsMoxiebeat – 12:0 DoomBlue Harbour – Nose Cutter
#389 Recap: SHM 2023 #Converge We recap the top pearls for the hospitalist from #SHM #Converge2023 covering discussions on syncope, heart failure, COPD, pneumonia, sickle cell pain management, nausea and dyspnea, complex pain management issues, delirium, geriatrics updates, severe infections from injection drug use, electrolyte management, perioperative anemia and anticoagulation, and GI updates. 

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Syncope
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COPD and Pneumonia
Sickle Cell Pain Management
Pain Management for the Hospitalist
Delirium 
Geriatrics Updates
Electrolyte Management 
Perioperative Anticoagulation
Perioperative Anemia 
Severe Infections from Injection Drug Use
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#192 Prescribing Fruit and Veg on the NHS with Dr Chi-Chi Ekhator Dr Chi-Chi Ekhator is a GP in London and probably one of the most motivating people I’ve ever met. You’re in for an absolute treat today, especially if you’re a passionate medic with a penchant for nutritional medicine like me, because this doctor is making some huge waves.Chi-Chi is also a GP Appraiser for NHS England and Vice Chair of Ascension Trust, an organisation known for initiatives that seek to help the vulnerable in society. And leads the AT Beacon Project, a health initiative of Ascension Trust working on the ground in the heart of neighbourhoods to address health inequalities. We met up at one of their health and wellbeing hubs in the inner city estate of Brixton, but they also operate out of social supermarkets, barber shops, churches and wherever you find vulnerable people that they can help to live healthier, flourishing lives.As we were in the middle of an outreach clinic you’ll hear some activity during todays recording and if you want to see it in action, check it out on YouTube!? Watch the podcast on YouTube here? Download The Doctor’s Kitchen app for freeYou can download The Doctor’s Kitchen app for free to get access to all of our recipes, with specific suggestions tailored to your health needs and new recipes added every month. We’ve had some amazing feedback so far and we have new features being added all the time – check it out with a 14 day free trial too.Do check out this week’s “Eat, Listen, Read” newsletter, that you can subscribe to on our website – where I send you a recipe to cook as well as some mindfully curated media to help you have a healthier, happier week.? Join the newsletter and 7 day meal plan? Follow on Instagram? Tweet meWe would love to get your feedback on the subject matter of these episodes – please do let me know on our social media pages (Instagram, Facebook & Twitter) what you think,and give us a 5* rating on your podcast player if you enjoyed today’s episode. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 5. State-of-the-Art Treatment: Catching Up With Current Guidelines Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_5860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 6. Is That Realistic? What We’ve Learned About Anticoagulation Therapy From Real-World Studies Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_6860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
Sean Pokorney, MD, MBA – Episode 7. Marching to Their Own Rhythm: Using Consumer Wearables in AF Diagnosis and Treatment Go online to PeerView.com/WQZ_7860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Implementing guideline-recommended anticoagulation therapy is vital to prevent stroke in individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). Through a MasterClass series of seven episodes, two expert cardiologists examine risk factors, screening strategies, and data from clinical trials, as well as real-world evidence, to offer best practices to detect and treat AF. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the impact and burden of undiagnosed AF on the prevalence of stroke and other cardiovascular events, and ultimately on the healthcare system and society; Implement interprofessional screening strategies to increase rates of AF diagnosis in at-risk patients, in accordance with guidelines and leveraging advances in technology; and Develop personalized, evidence-based anticoagulant treatment plans for patients diagnosed with AF using clinical trial evidence, current guidelines, real-world data, and individual patient characteristics
John Ravits, MD, FAAN – Hope Is on the Horizon for Patients With ALS: Overcoming Diagnostic Difficulties and Exploring Novel Emerging Therapeutic Approaches Go online to PeerView.com/ZXV860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. In this activity, an expert discusses the importance of early detection and diagnosis of ALS, advances in genetic testing and biomarker development, and current and emerging therapeutic approaches for patients with ALS, as well as the benefits of employing a multidisciplinary approach in managing patients with ALS. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Identify common genes and cellular processes implicated in ALS pathogenesis; Apply established criteria to detect and diagnose patients with ALS early in the disease course; Assess key data sets on contemporary and emerging evidence-based treatment options to manage symptoms and improve the quality of life of patients with ALS; and Employ a multidisciplinary team-based approach to optimize the management of ALS based on the individual needs and preferences of each patient.
Neal K. Lakdawala, MD, Anjali Tiku Owens, MD – Loosening the Grip of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Updated Strategies for Timely Diagnosis and Disease-Modifying Treatment Go online to PeerView.com/GYW860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is the most common inherited cardiac disease and has a mortality rate estimated to be about three times greater than that experienced by individuals of similar age without HCM. The FDA has recently approved a noninvasive, first-in-class cardiac myosin inhibitor specifically indicated for the treatment of HCM—meaning timely diagnosis of patients with HCM may reduce or delay the need for invasive treatment. In this activity, based on a recent live symposium, expert panelists present practical skills and guidance to accurately diagnose HCM and apply recent treatment advances to patients with various clinical presentations of HCM. They begin by sharing the rationale for maintaining a high index of suspicion for HCM and review diagnostic strategies. The Clinical Consults portion of this activity features case examples to demonstrate current practices in diagnosis and offer practical guidance for treating patients—focusing on personalized care with new and emerging therapeutic options. Concluding with an engaging Q&A, this activity is for anyone involved in the care of patients with HCM interested in loosening the grip of this increasingly treatable disease. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Suspect the presence of HCM based on clinical symptoms, pathologic features, and/or family history; Differentially diagnose patients suspected of having HCM consistent with current guidance to promote early diagnosis and timely treatment; and Individualize treatment for patients with HCM based on the efficacy, safety, and potential ability of the therapeutic strategy to address the underlying disease pathophysiology.
Stephanie Lee, MD, MPH – Overcoming GVHD Is the Key to Better HCT Outcomes: Guidance on Managing Acute and Chronic Disease Go online to PeerView.com/CJR860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Preventing and managing graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) remains a significant problem in the post–allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HCT) setting. Can a wide range of unique treatment modalities, including costimulatory compounds, targeted agents, and engineered cell therapy, challenge long-standing management protocols in this setting? Find out in this activity, based on a recent live symposium, which features an overview of available and emerging therapeutic options for modern GVHD management as a means to extend the benefits of HCT and provide more effective prophylaxis and treatment. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Summarize current safety/efficacy evidence supporting the use of novel therapeutics for prophylaxis or treatment of acute or chronic graft-versus-host-disease (GVHD) in the post-transplant setting; Develop management plans with novel and emerging therapeutics for the prophylaxis of GVHD in the post-transplant setting, based on current evidence and practice guidelines; and Integrate novel and emerging therapies into safe, personalized treatment plans for the management of acute or chronic GVHD, including novel combinatorial strategies and/or options for second-line management.
Robert C. Green, MD, MPH – Revisiting the Role of Genetic Testing in Patients at Risk for Late-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease: How Will the Latest Evidence and Evolving Management Paradigm Impact Treatment Decisions for Your Patients? Go online to PeerView.com/AQF860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Late-onset Alzheimer’s disease (LOAD) has a substantial genetic component, with heritability estimated to be between 40% and 80%, and the APOE ε4 allele is the strongest individual genetic risk factor for LOAD. Until recently, the APOE genotype test has been primarily used as a research tool and not recommended for clinical use. However, with the recent advances in disease-modifying therapies (DMTs), including several anti–amyloid monoclonal antibodies approved or in late-stage development, it is more important to determine which patients have the APOE ε4 allele and whether these patients are at an elevated risk of developing amyloid-related imaging abnormalities (ARIA). In this activity, based on a recent live webcast, experts examine the significance of APOE ε4 carrier status on the risk for developing LOAD, as well as the potential implications for patient care, including the increased risk for ARIA in patients taking anti-amyloid monoclonal antibodies. They provide guidance on identifying patients who may be candidates for genetic risk testing and share their best practices for interpreting and disclosing APOE test results and providing appropriate genetic counseling to patients and their families. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the significance of APOE ε4 carrier status on the risk for late-onset Alzheimer's disease (LOAD) and the potential implications for patient care; Identify patients who may be candidates for genetic risk testing, and provide guidance on the benefits and limitations of direct-to-consumer testing versus genetic testing that is performed in a healthcare setting; and Interpret and share genetic risk test results with patients and their families in a clear, understandable manner, and tailor genetic counseling services to individual patients’ needs in consultation with other members of the healthcare team.
Paul Kwo, MD, AGAF, FACG, FAASLD – HBV Is Primary! Your Role in the "Call to Action" to Eliminate Viral Hepatitis By 2030 Go online to PeerView.com/AYK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. In this activity, an expert in hepatology discusses the importance of early detection of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection and presents current and evolving screening, vaccination, and treatment guidelines. The expert emphasizes the role of primary care providers in managing patients with chronic HBV and in helping to reach the WHO goal of eliminating viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030 through vaccination, screening, and patient education. Finally, the expert clarifies when patients with chronic HBV infection should be referred for specialty care. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the burden and consequences of HBV infection and how chronic HBV can lead to end-stage liver disease and hepatocellular carcinoma; Identify patients who should be screened for HBV, which tests should be ordered, and how to interpret the results; Manage HBV in the primary care setting in accordance with current evidence and guidelines, recognizing patients who require specialty care referral; and Implement patient-centered and culturally relevant strategies to promote adherence to HBV treatment and retention in care.
Tricia Cottrell, MD, PhD, Lynette M. Sholl, MD – Gaining Confidence in Predicting and Assessing Response to Cancer Immunotherapies: Practical Strategies for Biomarker Testing and Pathologic Response Assessment Go online to PeerView.com/GNU860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. With the continued expansion of the cancer immunotherapy arsenal, reliable biomarkers to identify patients most likely to benefit from specific agents or combinations have become crucial. Predictive biomarkers such as measurement of PD-L1 expression and assessment of MSI/MMR or TMB status have an established role in some tumor types and settings, but a number of challenges related to testing and interpretation of results persist, and significant improvements are needed. There is also a need for ways to assess response to immunotherapies as they transition to early-stage, curative-intent settings as part of perioperative multimodal management of solid malignancies. Recently, pathologic response assessment has emerged as a potential new gold standard for measurement of impact of neoadjuvant immunotherapy. However, there has been limited guidance on how to define pathologic response, process and evaluate resected specimens, and report and apply assessment results in the settings of clinical trials and practice. This PeerView educational activity, based on a recent live symposium, focuses on current and emerging immunotherapy biomarkers, the rationale for and practicalities of biomarker testing as a guide for immunotherapy selection for different solid tumors, and the nuances of pathologic response assessment after neoadjuvant immunotherapy. Additionally, practical guidance is provided to help multidisciplinary coordination of care based on biomarker testing and pathologic response assessment so that more patients receive personalized immunotherapy and experience improved outcomes. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Explain the evidence and rationale for the role of biomarkers to predict and assess response to cancer immunotherapy in metastatic and resectable solid malignancies; Conduct cancer immunotherapy biomarker testing and pathologic response assessment congruent with the latest evidence, requirements, and recommendations; and Personalize cancer immunotherapy treatment and response assessment by collaborating with multidisciplinary care team members to optimally select and interpret biomarkers.
Saira Z. Sheikh, MD, FAAAAI, FACAAI, FACR, Brad Rovin, MD, FASN, FACP – Improving the Patient Experience in SLE and LN: The Intersection of Early Diagnosis, Individualized Treatment, and Culturally Competent Care Go online to PeerView.com/JPU860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Observed differences in healthcare disparities for patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and lupus nephritis (LN) have led to the recognition of racial and ethnic minorities as an independent predictor of worse disease outcomes in SLE/LN. Earlier diagnosis, earlier intervention, treatment strategies targeted to clinical remission or low disease activity, and effective communication and collaboration between providers and patients could offer the opportunity to reduce damage, thus improving long-term outcomes. Through a collection of short, focused educational modules, this PeerView activity allows learners to combine self-assessment with concise clinical content in an interactive format. Drs. Sheikh and Rovin will explore the emerging concept of treat to target, as well as the use of currently available and new/emerging biologic therapies, along with strategies to help learners optimize treatment for patients with SLE/LN. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Diagnose SLE, including LN, as early as possible in the course of disease to prevent organ damage and initiate appropriate therapy; Monitor disease activity and response to treatment in SLE and LN based on individual patient needs; Select appropriate treatment for SLE and LN to reduce disease activity, prevent organ damage, minimize drug toxicity, and improve quality of life; and Deliver patient-centered and culturally competent care to improve management of symptoms and promote adherence to long-term treatment in patients with SLE and LN.
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