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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
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 Path with Brian James Transformational coach, yoga teacher and author Brian James has intimate and engaging conversations exploring the intersections between psychedelics, spirituality and psychology for personal and collective transformation. More info at brianjames.ca
Mindful Medicine Articulate, passionate and humorous, Dr. Holly Lucille breaks down the myths and misconceptions about health and health related topics.
‎Ear Medicine Interviews with Bay Area, California artists and makers + thoughts about creativity, awareness and connection. Hosted by Marilyn McNeal, an independent musician, composer and visual artist working on indie alt folk and experimental roots music under the name Chantmagick.

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Shamanism: A 21st Century Approach to Energy Medicine Podcast The LightSong podcast discusses current issues of shamanism and energy medicine. Stay tuned weekly!
Elements of Nature: How Natural Forces Shape Human Health "Elements of Nature: How Natural Forces Shape Human Health” is a monthly podcast series about how nature influence our health and wellness, and affects our flourishing. Each episode is focused on an element of nature – earth, water, wind, fire, thunder, ice, force, time, flower, trees, shadow, light and moon – and how they regulate the rhythms of our lives and enhance wellness, health, and resilience. We discuss how sleep and sunlight regulate our mood and fitness, how air pollution of natural domains impairs our health and increases our the risk of chronic disease, and how green spaces and vegetation affect our moods, attention, and immunity. We will explore the many and sometimes magical mysterious nuances of nature and learn how, if we pay attention to nature, we can all live a more healthy and harmonious life. Each month we talk to an accomplished scientist, a professor, or a renowned author with expertise in studying the relationship of each element of nature with human health and wellness.
Zorba Paster On Your Health Each week, Dr. Zorba Paster and co-host Tom Clark provide listeners with health and fitness tips to live a full and healthy life. The down-to-earth, personal style makes this call-in show as entertaining as it is informative. "Zorba Paster On Your Health" can be heard Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and again from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on the Ideas Network.
Medicine Matters oncology Interviews with clinical experts, discussing key issues in oncology.

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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
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.
Thriving Thru Menopause
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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EDI Podcast, Series 2, Episode 1: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy - Part 1 With Dr. Korey Boyd Kicking off Series 2 of SHAPE America’s Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Podcast, Sean is joined by Dr. Korey Boyd! Sean and Korey discuss a variety of topics including Korey’s career and roles at Springfield College, culturally relevant pedagogy, race & more.Korey Boyd is an assistant professor in the School of Physical Education, Performance and Sport Leadership at Springfield College in Massachusetts. His primary role at Springfield College is teaching undergraduate and graduate Secondary methods courses in the Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) initial leisure program. His philosophy of PETE follows similar logic and produces the following axiom: Produce better thinkers, not better thinking. Boyd’s research focuses on evidence-based teaching practices in physical education that work toward achieving racial equity and cultural relevancy in PE pedagogy. He conducts and publishes research focused entirely on the links between race and teaching physical education.Join us in two weeks for part 2!For the video version of the podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05M3uO3LxRg&ab_channel=SHAPEAmericaFor more episodes and resources: https://www.shapeamerica.org/prodev/edi-podcast
What's in a Name? Jan and Karen discuss some of the intentions behind LightSong, what it stands for as a school, and the energetics behind the name "LightSong: School of 21st Century Shamanism and Energy Medicine." Learn Shamanism and Shamanic practices at LightSong School of 21st Century Shamanism and Energy Medicine. Find more information: www.LightSong.net or email info@lightsong.net.
6. Solastalgia - Glenn Albrecht In this episode, Dr. Aruni speaks with Professor Glenn Albrecht about solastalgia and how it is affecting people today worldwide. Solastalgia is a new concept developed to give greater meaning and clarity to environmentally induced distress. As opposed to nostalgia--the melancholia or homesickness experienced by individuals when separated from a loved home--solastalgia is the distress that is produced by environmental change impacting on people while they are directly connected to their home environment.
FDA: Some hearing aids don’t need prescription, Fruits & veggies good for children’s mental health, Tangy turkey tostadas This week the hosts look at some good news for those seeking hearing aids, and they discuss research that shows eating fruits and vegetables is good for children's mental health. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for tangy turkey tostadas.
094: HOW to SLEEP BETTER: Making SLEEP your SUPERPOWER! In this episode, Dr. Thomas Hemingway will share the practical steps, WHERE THE RUBBER MEETS THE ROAD, on the HOW to get the BEST SLEEP OF YOUR LIFE!**CLICK HERE for COSTA RICA ADVENTURE COUPLES RETREAT INFO!AND for LIVE Zooms and Personal Q+A➡️https://thomashemingway.podia.com/thomas-hemingway-communityFREE NEWSLETTER: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/619eb66f117f2e0a9bdc5993DEEP DIVE Health Optimization COURSES➡️ https://thomashemingway.podia.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Stay in touch:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drthomashemingway/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012549966214DISCLAIMER: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1r3fz8KZE6dVhJHo4V9DHGayU-zmPHtAs31JhokQgJKA/edit?usp=sharing
The Future of Pharmacy w/ Trey Waters Pharm.D., RPh, FAAFRM In this video we talk with "outside the box" pharmacist Trey Waters Pharm.D., RPh, FAAFRM about personalized medicine and the future of pharmacy.
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What to know about Medicare drug price negotiation In this episode, Todd Askew, AMA senior vice president of Advocacy, presents what physicians need to know about Medicare drug price negotiations for seniors in the US health care system. The topic has ebbed and flowed for many years and has recently been debated again in Congress. Allowing CMS to negotiate drug prices on behalf of its beneficiaries and private plan enrollees would help reduce out-of-pocket spending. Listen in to learn more.
We're Losing Our Primary Source of Income | Getting Fired | HMIDP Ep 24 We're losing our primary source of income, and it feels...weird. At least that's the feeling at the time of this recording. Neither of us are overly concerned or overcome by the black cloud of doubt, yet. In a sense, we've been preparing for the next phase, but there's something about knowing the date when that phase technically begins. We also have five children that like to eat all day everyday!For Derek, the biggest struggle is attaching to a new professional identity. The corporate life has been rewarding, but at some point he got lost in the throws of success. Similarly, Kisha has struggled with a similar professional identity crisis since she became a stay-at-home mom in 2007. That's a long time to carry such a burden, but this commonality will help them find the common ground as they work through the tough conversations ahead. Grab your spouse, mate, or anyone that might benefit from this conversation and watch it together. We'll be waiting to discuss your perspectives in the comments. Be blessed, Fam!#toughconversations #marriagegoals #couples #blacklove #loveandbusiness #smallbusinessowner #entrepreneurship #yourefired #joblessConnect with us on social media:The Family IG: https://instagram.com/healthymarriageisdopeKisha's IG: https://instagram.com/love_kishajDerek's IG: https://instagram.com/thedearsonpodcastSupport the podcast by supporting our sponsors: Johns & Co Apparel: https://johnsandcompany.coLove Kisha J Studios: https://etsy.com/shop/LoveKishaJStudiosSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/healthy-marriage-is-dope/exclusive-content
Clinical Approach to Restoring Thyroid Balance With Dr. Lisa Lewis In this episode, we discuss how to assist your clients to restore their energy by balancing the thyroid function.  There are many people on thyroid hormones and for a lot of us, this is not the right approach.  The main function of thyroid is to control the metabolic rate of every cell. How do we, as practitioners, determine the best approach to optimizing the thyroid? Our guest today is Dr. Lisa Lewis, one of our nutritional endocrinology practitioners and naturopathy doctors, with over 20 years of experience. Dr Lisa Lewis is also a hormone health expert, a speaker and a transformational healer. Tune in to learn how to best support your clients in balancing their thyroid function.        IN THIS EPISODE:    [03:00] Dr. Lewis assists women who are suffering with complex and unresolved hormonal symptoms.  [10:00] Things that people have been exposed to all of their lives, having an impact on their thyroid and hormones.  [13:00] Slowing down when the pandemic hit had a positive effect on sleep and stress.  [16:00] Instead of focusing on one or two symptoms, have a holistic perspective and ask what conditions would show up with all of these symptoms.   [24:00] Getting people off the things they feel are supporting them, only because they've been doing all the protocols for years.  [30:00] For people who have been doing what an average thyroid patient would, including taking medication and watching their diet, and who haven't gotten any results, it makes sense to get into the mental, emotional and spiritual space.       KEY TAKEAWAYS:    There are a lot of people today with hormonal and thyroid imbalances.  Instead of diagnosing one or two symptoms, it’s best to take a holistic approach and see the bigger picture of what type of condition a client could have.  It makes sense to clients to get into the mental, emotional and spiritual space if they haven’t had results from past medications or diets.      Guest Bio:  Dr. Lewis is a transformational healer, leading licensed Naturopathic/Functional Medicine Doctor, Acupuncturist, Nutritional Endocrinologist, hormone health expert, speaker, and author of “Stop Stressing Me Out: 7 Solutions to Overcome Overwhelm and Conquer Disease Naturally.”  In addition to earning a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine (ND), Master of Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine Certificate, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA), Dr. Lewis has over three decades of experience working in the scientific and pharmaceutical industries.  Using a combination of Natural Medicine, Chinese Medicine, and Western Medicine, Dr. Lewis is a trailblazer for the future of medicine. She helps professional women over 40 who are suffering with complex and unresolved hormone symptoms naturally balance their hormones. And is committed to holistically transforming your DIS-EASE to DE-LIGHT — ushering you into a healthier and more vibrant lifestyle.
Adaptogens for Energy In this episode, we discuss the Adaptogens for Energy, and the related factors which assist our energy levels. The idea of adaptogens is very popular in the current rage of healthcare today.  A lot of people are adding mushrooms to their coffee and ashwagandha and other adaptogenic herbs to their foods and drinks.  There are also some misconceptions about adaptogens, as there are different categories and not all are related to energy production.  Tune in to learn why we need adaptogens and how they fit into the bigger picture of energy metabolism.      IN THIS EPISODE:    [02:00] Adaptogens and energy metabolism.  [10:00] An elixir of adaptogenic herbs and good fats including nuts and seeds will assist in managing stress throughout the day.  [15:00] The overuse of adaptogens could be problematic.  [18:00 Licorice and the effect on blood pressure.  [24:00] Ashwagandha and the thyroid function.  [28:00] The benefits of Korean ginseng, including cognitive function and improved attention span.       KEY TAKEAWAYS:  Adaptogens affect our energy metabolism and their many factors assist our health and lower stress levels.  Overusing adaptogens could be problematic as not all adaptogens are related to energy levels.  It’s important to have an understanding of adaptogens before diagnosing someone by asking ‘What specific change do we wish to affect in this person?’   LINKS:   www.reinventhealthcare.com/energy
6 Ways to Build Sustainable Habits Are you ready to get off the diet merry-go-round?
Are you ready to start making lifestyle changes that stick?
Are you sick of hopping on and off the "healthy living" wagon?
This is a MUST listen-to episode, I am digging into 6 actionable strategies you can start using today.
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Chronic Hives a.k.a Urticaria Chronic hives or urticaria are a real pain, or itch, as the case maybe. In this episode, Dr. Wada is digging into how she thinks about hives and approaches this problem that affects about 1 in 100 people.
As a reminder, although I am a physician, I am not your physician and this podcast is for educational purposes only.
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75. Combating Low Sex Desire After Having Children with Thea Jansky Having the open conversation about sex and low libido can be really difficult. It’s a very personal, deep topic that many go through and don’t have a resource or an outlet to express their struggles or feel comfortable talking about it. As a mother and a wife, being intimate can be low on your list of priorities. Your sex drive with your partner may be low, or not as it use to be in the beginning of your relationship. If you are feeling this way, please know that it is extremely common among women.This episode is all about those topics as well as learning the whys, hows and what to do to change things up with your partner.Thea Jansky holds her Masters of Arts Degree in Integrative Health & Healing and was trained as a Sex & Relationship Coach out in Berkeley, CA. She is Certified in Codependency Recovery and trained in Conflict Management, Resolution, Mediation, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Complex Trauma & the Nervous System. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and two daughters.In this episode we discuss:
Why women struggle with low sexual desire, especially after having children.
Why men love to feel needed in relationships.
How to get back to the women you were prior to having children.
Needing the space to miss each other.
Finding intimacy in other ways to feel connected with your spouse.
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74. Why Abortion is Basic Healthcare with Dr. Marta Perez In today's episode, Dr. Marta Perez and I are addressing the delicate subject of abortion. The goal of this podcast is to educate from an evidence based position and to reach those that may have opposing views to our own. We hope that this podcast will give you the tools that you need to answer difficult questions that someone may ask you, such as, does life begin at conception? This episode will cover the definition of abortion, and medical terminology that is used with diagnosis and treatment, and how this can complicate things when it comes to anti-abortion laws. In this episode we discuss:
The various terms that can be labeled as abortion
How restrictive abortion laws are affecting people such as healthcare workers women who have miscarriages 
Moral beliefs around abortion 
Where some major religious groups stand with abortion
Mental health and abortions
The importance of getting involved in your local politics (at the state level)
Resources:
Texas Officials Celebrated End of Abortion Rights After Cutting Back Postpartum Medicaid Extension
The Turnaway Study
National Network of Abortion Funds
5 Ways You Can Get Involved in Your State Legislature 
In New Hampshire: Libertarians, Budget Cuts, And A Small Town Battle To Save Public Education
The Pew Research Center
The Guttmacher Institute
Three for Freedom
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Favorite Ways to Use Rose | Elaine Sheff Today's episode is brought to you by the Green Path Herb School and their Herbalist Certificate Program. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER Join herbalist Elaine Sheff as she shares her favorite ways to use rose. She talks about how roses are good for overall health, strengthening the heart, a wonderful ingredient for body care products, and more! She especially loves rose tea, tinctures, and oils incorporated into her daily routines. WATCH THE VIDEO FOR TODAY'S EPISODE   More about the Herbalist Certificate Program from the Green Path Herb School: This hybrid curriculum is offered as an all on-line program or can also be taken in-person.  The Herbalist Certificate Program is designed to provide a total immersion into natural healing and medicinal plants. Students will achieve the skill set, and confidence needed to practice herbalism. Discover a new and exciting direction in your life: explore the ancient art and modern science of herbal healing! This program requires weekly attendance including real time and online classes. Students can earn their certificate either remotely or in person. By offering the best features of both online and more traditional forms of learning we provide students great flexibility in perusing their herbal education. In-person classes will be held in our classroom and gardens, and the forests, mountains, meadows and rivers around Missoula, Montana. In-person class will also be offered on Zoom, allowing students to choose how they participate.  LEARN MORE AND REGISTER
Elaine Sheff | The Menstrual Map | Part 1 Today's episode is brought to you by the Green Path Herb School and their Herbalist Certificate Program. Save $300 if you register before September 1, 2022!  LEARN MORE AND REGISTER EPISODE DESCRIPTION Menstruation, typically a taboo subject in our culture, can be a rich source of information about health and well-being for both women and their practitioners. But what is normal menstruation? Join herbalist Elaine Sheff of Green Path Herb School to take a deeper look at how to interpret the fertility cycle by creating a menstrual map. This class focuses on hormonal balancing, as well as addressing herbal actions including reproductive antispasmodics, emmenagogues, hormone balancers, phyto-estrogens, progesterone encouraging herbs, uterine astringents, and reproductive tonics. *This class was recorded at the 2015 Midwest Women's Herb Conference. More about the Herbalist Certificate Program from the Green Path Herb School: This hybrid curriculum is offered as an all on-line program or can also be taken in-person.  The Herbalist Certificate Program is designed to provide a total immersion into natural healing and medicinal plants. Students will achieve the skill set, and confidence needed to practice herbalism. Discover a new and exciting direction in your life: explore the ancient art and modern science of herbal healing! This program requires weekly attendance including real time and online classes. Students can earn their certificate either remotely or in person. By offering the best features of both online and more traditional forms of learning we provide students great flexibility in perusing their herbal education. In-person classes will be held in our classroom and gardens, and the forests, mountains, meadows and rivers around Missoula, Montana. In-person class will also be offered on Zoom, allowing students to choose how they participate.  LEARN MORE AND REGISTER   Thanks for listening!  HerbRally Text “JOIN” to 541-256-2895 to join our text message community.
Elaine Sheff | The Menstrual Map | Part 2 Today's episode is brought to you by the Green Path Herb School and their Herbalist Certificate Program. Save $300 if you register before September 1, 2022!  LEARN MORE AND REGISTER EPISODE DESCRIPTION Menstruation, typically a taboo subject in our culture, can be a rich source of information about health and well-being for both women and their practitioners. But what is normal menstruation? Join herbalist Elaine Sheff of Green Path Herb School to take a deeper look at how to interpret the fertility cycle by creating a menstrual map. This class focuses on hormonal balancing, as well as addressing herbal actions including reproductive antispasmodics, emmenagogues, hormone balancers, phyto-estrogens, progesterone encouraging herbs, uterine astringents, and reproductive tonics. *This class was recorded at the 2015 Midwest Women's Herb Conference. More about the Herbalist Certificate Program from the Green Path Herb School: This hybrid curriculum is offered as an all on-line program or can also be taken in-person.  The Herbalist Certificate Program is designed to provide a total immersion into natural healing and medicinal plants. Students will achieve the skill set, and confidence needed to practice herbalism. Discover a new and exciting direction in your life: explore the ancient art and modern science of herbal healing! This program requires weekly attendance including real time and online classes. Students can earn their certificate either remotely or in person. By offering the best features of both online and more traditional forms of learning we provide students great flexibility in perusing their herbal education. In-person classes will be held in our classroom and gardens, and the forests, mountains, meadows and rivers around Missoula, Montana. In-person class will also be offered on Zoom, allowing students to choose how they participate.  LEARN MORE AND REGISTER   Thanks for listening!  HerbRally Text “JOIN” to 541-256-2895 to join our text message community.
My 3 Favorite Ways to Use Magical Mugwort of the Moon Goddess | Corinna Wood The Wise Woman Map of Life & Love To study with Corinna from home this fall in her upcoming course, The Wise Woman Map of Life & Love, CLICK HERE. Use coupon code HERBRALLY for $100 off! Enrollment window: September 1-9, 2022 Links mentioned in this episode: Blog article : Mugwort — a magical herb of the moon goddess For your kitchen: Wise Woman Medicine Making Chart Free mini-course: Walking the Wise (and wild!) Woman Path through Your Autumn Years JOIN WAITLIST ~ THE WISE WOMAN MAP OF LIFE & LOVE In today’s episode you’ll hear from Corinna Wood, who’s been teaching for 30 years in the Wise Woman Tradition—from herbs to self love.  Corinna founded and directed the Southeast Wise Women Herbal Conference and Red Moon Herbs for many years. She now supports earth-based women worldwide with wise woman tools for inner growth and healing for navigating the transitions and seasons of your life. We’re delighted to have Corinna with us to share about one of her beloved herbal allies—mugwort. Listen today to Corinna’s 3 favorite ways to incorporate mugwort into daily life. You’ll get tips and tricks for identifying, harvesting, and preparing this magical medicinal herb. Thank you for listening!  HerbRally www.herbrally.com  You can now follow us on TikTok! @herbrally or CLICK HERE
S7, Episode 21 - Mind the Behavior Gap A financial market is a place where many enter and fail to find their footing. 
This episode will teach you how to take advantage of good markets and why you NEED to be an active trader. The market will show you great opportunities if you only know where to look.

In this episode, Dave talks about…
What is Behavior Gap?
Know more about the investment return
What is the difference between the investment return and the investor return?
Why timing strategy is awesome?
How to take advantage of good markets?

Resources Mentioned:
Blog:
Mind the behavior gap
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End of Shift Podcast: Medicine on a Long Line In this episode of End of Shift, Eric and Joe talk with Dr. Carolyn Kelly-Smith about the practice of medicine (and sometimes not) in austere environments.Dr. Kelly-Smith is an FRCP trained attending ED physician at the Royal Columbian and Eagle Ridge Hospitals. She is an Advanced Medical Provider for North Shore Rescue, a faculty member of the Canadian Society of Mountain Medicine and a ski patroller at Whistler/Blackcomb.Why should you care about wilderness medicine? There are many reasons – from going where the action is (increasingly outdoors) to expanding your clinical horizons by stretching your comfort zone.We examine the utility of having a physician involved in outdoor settings, be it reasonably controlled settings like a ski resort, or a complicated rescue operation with failing daylight and minimal clinical details.It’s not all Mission: Impossible style heroics – sometimes the most useful clinical actions and decisions are simpler than you might think.How to get involved? We’ll tell you. You’ll learn about the North Shore Rescue Society and the Canadian Society of Mountain Medicine – and maybe get fired up to get out there!Resources:Documentary: Search and Rescue: North ShoreCanadian Society of Mountain Medicine
How to Accept Help From Others As high-achievers, we pride ourselves on being strong, self-sufficient, and talented. In fact, you are really good at "handling everything" with a sense of pride and accomplishment. Yet, somewhere along the way during our early-career, we are told that being anything less than everything to everyone makes you weak--someone who can't handle it. Know this--it is OK to accept help from others. There are moments in our lives when we just can't find the strength nor the endurance to climb the mountain alone. It is in these moments when we have to find the courage to ask for help so we can learn, grow, and, most importantly, thrive in medicine. Want Medicine Revived Morning Rounds delivered to your inbox every weekday morning? Sign up for the FREE Medicine Revived Morning Rounds email at https://courses.medicinerevived.com/morning-rounds
How to Stop Holding a Grudge Many people hold grudges, sometimes deeply seeded ones, for months and years. Many are unable to let the hurt go and feel anger toward the person who caused the pain. Why do we do so? Why do we hold grudges when they are so painful and actually work against achieving our goals? Friends, stop holding a grudge and focus on growing a life dictated by you, not by anyone else. Want Medicine Revived Morning Rounds delivered to your inbox every weekday morning? Sign up for the FREE Medicine Revived Morning Rounds email at https://courses.medicinerevived.com/morning-rounds
How to Use Solitude To Calm A Racing Mind The thought of solitude excites the introvert and scares the extrovert. You see, solitude can conjure up negative images of a "lonely" person. Quite the opposite is true. The intellectual, spiritual, and emotional benefits of seeking solitude cannot be understated. Want Medicine Revived Morning Rounds delivered to your inbox every weekday morning? Sign up for the FREE Medicine Revived Morning Rounds email at https://courses.medicinerevived.com/morning-rounds
Out of Joint: Getting to the Root of Hip and Knee Pain Is joint pain simply part of aging? Can it be relieved through dietary changes or exercise? When should surgery be considered? We're talking knees, hips and joint care with Dr. Gurion Rivkin, head of the Joint Replacement Unit and Orthopedic Department at Hadassah Hospital.
Sneeze, Itch, Cough: How Allergies Interrupt Our Lives Pollen, food, pets and even light? How exactly do these types of allergies appear? When is it an allergy or something else? Is there a cure? We're talking all things allergy with Dr. Yuval Tal, director of the Allergy and Clinical Immunology Unit at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem.
What is the Biblical Response to "The Respect for Marriage Act?" Why is a biblical definition of marriage important? Dr. Jackson reviews a commentary by John Stonestreet of Breakpoint as he discusses the Obergefell vs. Hodges Supreme Court decision and its implications and the threat of the "Respect for Marriage Act."
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4. Championship wrestling
5. Benign Vertigo and The Epley Maneuver
6. Ol' Starfighter From the Past calls in
7. Covid antibodies and autoimmune disorders
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A Big Week for Biden Congress is leaving for its annual summer break having accomplished far more than many expected, including, barring unforeseen snags, a bill to address the cost of prescription drugs for Medicare beneficiaries and extend the enhanced subsidies for insurance premiums under the Affordable Care Act.Meanwhile, the abortion issue continues to roil the nation as Indiana becomes the first state to ban the procedure in almost all cases since the Supreme Court overruled the constitutional right to abortion in June.Alice Miranda Ollstein of Politico, Sarah Karlin-Smith of the Pink Sheet, and Rachel Cohrs of Stat join KHN’s Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more.Also, for extra credit, the panelists suggest their favorite health policy stories of the week they think you should read, too:Julie Rovner: The Washington Post’s “For Sleep Apnea Patients With Recalled CPAP Machines, Restless Nights,” by Laurie McGinleyRachel Cohrs: The Washington Post’s “Conservatives Skeptical of Coronavirus Vaccines Battle to Lead a Hospital,” by Tim CraigAlice Miranda Ollstein: The AP’s “Study Connects Climate Hazards to 58% of Infectious Diseases,” by Seth BorensteinSarah Karlin-Smith: The Pink Sheet’s “US FDA Commissioner Califf Takes on Misinformation, Starting With ‘Rumor Control,’” by Sue Sutter Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
A Big Week for Biden Congress is leaving for its annual summer break having accomplished far more than many expected, including, barring unforeseen snags, a bill to address the cost of prescription drugs for Medicare beneficiaries and extend the enhanced subsidies for insurance premiums under the Affordable Care Act.Meanwhile, the abortion issue continues to roil the nation as Indiana becomes the first state to ban the procedure in almost all cases since the Supreme Court overruled the constitutional right to abortion in June.Alice Miranda Ollstein of Politico, Sarah Karlin-Smith of the Pink Sheet, and Rachel Cohrs of Stat join KHN’s Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more.Also, for extra credit, the panelists suggest their favorite health policy stories of the week they think you should read, too:Julie Rovner: The Washington Post’s “For Sleep Apnea Patients With Recalled CPAP Machines, Restless Nights,” by Laurie McGinleyRachel Cohrs: The Washington Post’s “Conservatives Skeptical of Coronavirus Vaccines Battle to Lead a Hospital,” by Tim CraigAlice Miranda Ollstein: The AP’s “Study Connects Climate Hazards to 58% of Infectious Diseases,” by Seth BorensteinSarah Karlin-Smith: The Pink Sheet’s “US FDA Commissioner Califf Takes on Misinformation, Starting With ‘Rumor Control,’” by Sue Sutter Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Corruption of Evidence Based Medicine with Dr. John Abramson Occasionally, you come across an interview or subject that blows you away with incredible claims that are both out in the open - and yet invisible. Today's guest is an author and expert witness for some of the biggest pharmaceutical cases of this century, Dr. John Abramson. He reveals the rot that centers not only in the pharmaceutical industry but also the institutions that are constructed to serve as its guardrails - the medical journals, federal agencies, and guideline committees. In someWhat Would Physicians Say if They Knew Medical Journals Had No Access to Data for Peer Review?The most stunning aspect of the whole conversation centered around how the most prestigious medical journals conducted peer review without all of the clinical data. This means if anything was misrepresented or omitted there is no check on the truth of the claims from the study. Essentially, the journal and its reviewers are relying on the good faith submission of all important details from the study designers who are usually paid employees or have research paid for by the pharmaceutical manufacturers. The most famous landmark case was with Pfizer withholding adverse event data (or misclassifying them to avoid statistical significance) on cardiovascular events (heart attacks and strokes) with their medication, Vioxx. Only when Pfizer was sued in a huge class action lawsuit did the actual clinical data get revealed showing that they had seen a signal for adverse events but intentionally did not disclose it (or the raw data) to the medical journal reviewers. Worse yet, once the error was presented, the medical journals spent very little time discussing the error. According to Dr. Abramson, this is in large part because up to 40% or more of medical journal revenue comes from study reprints. This financial incentive to find positive results and publish makes for a twisted system that incentivizes the promotion of new medications and devices when they may not be safe or very useful. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SUNNY & CHERNOBYL Episode 116:SUNNY & CHERNOBYL | The Jockeys Welcomes Their First Official Guest, Will Bryan, RRA, RT (R) (VI). Will is a Radiologist Assistant with 10 years experience in the Radiology field. Will joins the Jockeys in the "Hot Seat", as they discuss Chernobyl: Lost Tapes. A documentary using unseen footage from that tragic day and days after. It is a must watch documentary. The Jockeys give it 5 Electrons! Let the Jockeys know what you think of the documentary 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 Jockeys | Host:Rosevelt, RRA/RPA, RT (R) (VI)Patrick, RT (R) (QM)Jon, RRA, RT (R) Our Free Clout Shout Out This Episode: Our First Official Guest | Will Bryan, RRA, RT (R) (VI)Also....Please 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.  Grits With a Side of MurderA true crime podcast (with a dash of humor and a splash of alcohol). Produced out of...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Will Your Way to Health Have you ever wished anything important in your life into existence?  Or did you have to work to get it? Good health is an investment.  It is transaction.  It is transformational. And it is worth it.Listen in to this episode to hear how I moved from being a bystander in my life to taking charge and making changes in my life.Learn how to get out the chaos of perfection paralysis and finally make small intentional changes to live a life of purposeful progression.Connect with me!Join my FREE private Facebook Group by clicking below https://www.facebook.com/groups/michybeecleanlivingFind me on Instagram @mdcleanliving
(865) 2 Kings 19:14 - 16 Come To God In Respectful Prayer, Then Pour Out Your Heart!

2 Kings 19:14 - 16
14Hezekiah received the letter from the messengers and read it. Then he went up to the temple of the Lord and spread it out before the Lord. 15And Hezekiah prayed to the Lord: “Lord, the God of Israel, enthroned between the cherubim, you alone are God over all the kingdoms of the earth. You have made heaven and earth. 16Give ear, Lord, and hear; open your eyes, Lord, and see; listen to the words Sennacherib has sent to ridicule the living God.
(866) 2 Kings 19:17 - 19 Arrogance Will Turn A Person’s Heart Away From Worshipping God.

2 Kings 19:17 - 19
17“It is true, Lord, that the Assyrian kings have laid waste these nations and their lands. 18They have thrown their gods into the fire and destroyed them, for they were not gods but only wood and stone, fashioned by human hands. 19Now, Lord our God, deliver us from his hand, so that all the kingdoms of the earth may know that you alone, Lord, are God.”
(867) 1 Corinthians 13:4 - 8 Love Like That! Only Possible Through The Holy Spirit

1 Corinthians 13:4 - 8
4Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 6Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

8Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away.
Lessons from Kristina Saffran, Equip Health, delivering patient- and margin- first tech-enabled services model for eating disorders This week, we’re super excited to chat with Kristina Saffran, CEO and Co-Founder of Equip Health, a leading virtual, evidence-based eating disorder treatment provider. Founded in 2019, Equip Health helps families recover from eating disorders at home. Equip provides virtual, evidence-based care provided by a dedicated five-person team that empowers families to help their loved one achieve lasting recovery. Kristina has dedicated her life to ensuring people have access to quality and affordable treatment. Before starting Equip, Kristina was CEO and Co-Founder of Project HEAL which she started at age 15. Project HEAL is a foundation that provides funding for eating disorder treatment grants to those without financial access and has a network of 100,000 people across 40 chapters worldwide. She is a Mental Health Advisory Board Member at Verily Life Sciences and previously worked as a research coordinator at the Stanford University of Medicine after graduating from Harvard in Psychology.
In February 2022, Equip announced that they raised a $58 Million Series B Funding Round led by The Chernin Group, joined by Tiger Global, General Catalyst, Stripes Group and more, to scale access to their treatment.
In this episode, we talk about Kristina’s experience with eating disorders, her journey through nonprofits and academia to eventually founding Equip, and how she has scaled a tech-enabled services business profitably in all 50 states.
134 Feline Panleukopenia Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about: Feline Panleukopenia and how it's like Canine Parvo, but it is its own disease.  Question of the Week Have you successfully treated Blastomycosis and let me know your protocol?  Resources We Mentioned in the Show  Feline panleukopenia. AVMA. Retrieved on 8-5-2022 from https://www.avma.org/resources-tools/pet-owners/petcare/feline-panleukopenia  Feline Panleukopenia: (Feline Infectious Enteritis, Feline Parvoviral Enteritis). Richard A. Squires, BVSc (Hons), PhD, James Cook University Retrieved on 8-5-2022 from https://www.merckvetmanual.com/generalized-conditions/feline-panleukopenia/feline-panleukopenia Sykes JE. Feline Panleukopenia Virus Infection and Other Viral Enteritides. Canine and Feline Infectious Diseases. 2014:187–94. doi: 10.1016/B978-1-4377-0795-3.00019-3. Epub 2013 Aug 26. PMCID: PMC7151839. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7151839/  Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode!  Get Access to the Membership Site for your RACE approved CE certificates Sign up at https://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com  Get Access to the Technician Treasure Trove  Sign up at https://imfpp.org/treasuretrove    Thanks for listening!  – Yvonne and Jordan
133 Canine Parvovirus Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about: The dreaded parvovirus. We learn all about how it causes chaos in the body and we even discuss the damage on a cellular level.    Question of the Week Have you seen an adult parvo case?  Leave a comment at https://imfpp.org/episode133  Resources We Mentioned in the Show  Merck Veterinary Manual: https://www.merckvetmanual.com/digestive-system/diseases-of-the-stomach-and-intestines-in-small-animals/canine-parvovirus AVMA:  https://www.avma.org/resources-tools/pet-owners/petcare/canine-parvovirus Cornell:  https://www.vet.cornell.edu/departments-centers-and-institutes/baker-institute/our-research/canine-parvovirus VCA https://vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/parvovirus-in-dogs     Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode!  Want to earn some RACE approved CE credits for listening to the podcast? You can earn between 0.5-1.0  hour of RACE approved CE credit for each podcast episode you listen to.    Join the Internal Medicine For Vet Techs Membership to earn and keep track of your continuing education hours as you get your learn on!   Join now! http://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com/   Get Access to the Membership Site for your RACE approved CE certificates Sign up at https://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com  Get Access to the Technician Treasure Trove  Sign up at https://imfpp.org/treasuretrove    Thanks for listening!  – Yvonne and Jordan
70: The most exciting climate solutions that could affect everything. | Greg Dalton, Climate One Greg Dalton founded Climate One at The Commonwealth Club in 2007 after traveling to the Russian Arctic on a global warming symposium with climate scientists and journalists. Today Climate One produces a weekly radio show broadcast on public stations in California and across the country in addition to a podcast that is heard around the world. Greg also hosts a monthly TV show on KRCB TV 22 on Comcast and DirecTV.
Climate One is the only regular talk show that engages high-level leaders from business, policy, advocacy and academic circles in a conversation about building sustainable economies, resilient communities and a healthier future.
Today: Is Telehealth ERA just beginning? P1 Today we explore the past and future of Telehealth. Do we agree on the opportunities and obstacles and are we ready to tackle them?https://hbr.org/2022/05/the-telehealth-era-is-just-beginning
Today: Telehealth, The Opportunity - Part 2 Today we explore the past and future of Telehealth. Do we agree on the opportunities and obstacles and are we ready to tackle them?https://hbr.org/2022/05/the-telehealth-era-is-just-beginning
Today: Telehealth, The Path Forward - Part 3 Today we explore the past and future of Telehealth. Do we agree on the opportunities and obstacles and are we ready to tackle them?https://hbr.org/2022/05/the-telehealth-era-is-just-beginning
Volunteering in Kenya! Have you ever thought about going overseas to volunteer your skills for those who might not have the access to physical therapy. Listen in to hear Laura's experience as she went over to volunteer in Kenya. Don't forget to like, share, and follow us on all our social media @the_PT_Assistants.
David Cornblath, MD - Optimizing Outcomes in Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy: Honing Diagnostic Accuracy, Personalizing Treatment Plans Go online to PeerView.com/FJH860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. In this animated educational activity, an expert in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) discusses the diagnosis, assessment, treatment, and monitoring of the disease. A patient also shares her experiences living with and treating her CIDP. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Apply guideline-directed criteria to diagnose chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP), including correct interpretation of electrodiagnostic findings; Incorporate evidence surrounding efficacy, safety, and tolerability of recommended pharmacotherapies (eg, corticosteroids, IVIg, SCIg, and plasma exchange) and shared decision-making into CIDP treatment planning; and Employ validated assessment tools to monitor treatment response and guide clinical decision-making.
Elena Elez, MD, PhD - Realizing Improved Outcomes in HER2-Positive Gastrointestinal Cancers: New Evidence and Practical Guidance With Targeted Agents Go online to PeerView.com/NEB860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. How can recent advances in managing HER2-positive GI cancers be used to further improve outcomes for patients? With the validation of novel HER2-targeted agents in gastric, colorectal, and other GI malignancies, this has become the central therapeutic question—one that can be answered by a combination of evidence-based HER2 testing and the integration of modern HER2-directed therapeutics. In this activity, experts in HER-positive gastric cancer discuss the latest clinical evidence that supports the rapid integration of HER2-directed therapies across GI cancer settings. This “Seminars and Practicum” activity pairs compelling case discussion with the science that illustrates how to use innovative HER2 therapies to meaningfully improve patient outcomes—and the implication of this management model for EU and US practice. Don’t miss this exciting, informative learning opportunity! Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Incorporate guideline-recommended HER2 testing into the routine management of patients with gastric, colorectal, and other GI tract cancers; Assess key safety and efficacy evidence on recently approved and emerging HER2-targeted therapies for different populations of patients with GI cancers; Develop individualized management plans for patients with HER2-positive GI cancers that leverage biomarker testing results, the latest clinical evidence, current guideline recommendations, and relevant patient-, disease- and treatment-specific factors; and Employ appropriate strategies and best practices to monitor for, mitigate, and manage AEs related to novel therapies for HER2-positive GI cancers.
Domenica M. Rubino, MD - Getting Ahead of the Curve: Identifying and Managing Obesity in Primary Care Go online to PeerView.com/DBP860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. In this activity, an expert on obesity management discusses current evidence for anti-obesity medications and shares evidence-based strategies to individualize weight-loss regimens and improve health outcomes. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the role of weight-loss pharmacotherapy for reducing risks and addressing obesity as a chronic disease, including effects on appetite regulation, metabolic adaptation, and preventing/managing obesity-related complications, adjunct to lifestyle modification; Assess current guidance and available long-term efficacy and safety data for current and emerging weight-loss pharmacotherapies in people with or at risk for obesity; and Incorporate weight-loss pharmacotherapy, as appropriate, into individualized, evidence-based treatment plans for long-term obesity management.
Robert Z. Orlowski, MD, PhD - Building Real-World Bridges Between Clinicians and Patients With Myeloma: Guidance on Innovative Antibody Options Go online to PeerView.com/JPJ860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. The modern management of multiple myeloma (MM) continues to be transformed by the emergence and further integration of different antibody-based approaches into patient management. How can professionals exploit these advances while using the principles of shared decision-making when caring for patients? In this activity, two hematologist-oncologists and a patient advocate explore these themes through a case-based discussion of novel antibody platforms in a range of MM treatment settings. Learners can expect insights on the safety and efficacy evidence supporting the use of antibody-based therapies in newly diagnosed and relapsed MM, along with practical guidance for safe delivery of care, and strategies for engaging with patients when developing treatment plans that include antibody components. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Summarize current evidence and guideline recommendations surrounding the use of novel antibody platforms in multiple myeloma (MM); Integrate established and emerging antibody options, including monoclonal and bispecific antibodies, into treatment plans for patients with MM based on guideline recommendations and the latest clinical data; Address practical aspects of antibody therapy in MM, including unique safety considerations and effective sequential treatment; and Counsel patients with MM on dosing, safety, drug delivery, and therapeutic expectations with novel antibodies when engaging in shared decision-making discussions.
Prof. Carmelo Rizzari - The Path for Better Outcomes in ALL: Integrating Modern Asparaginase Compounds Into the Care of Pediatric, AYA, and Adult Patients Go online to PeerView.com/JFN860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Optimized use of asparaginase is a cornerstone of successful administration of multiagent chemotherapy in acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and has implications for patient outcomes across populations—are you prepared for the emergence of novel asparaginase formulations and the use of strategies that can help avoid treatment discontinuation? This MasterClass & Case Forum video presents an opportunity to understand and surmount the challenges associated with delivering effective ALL care with the asparaginase component of modern therapy. In this activity, an expert panel addresses topics ranging from current guidance on first- and second-line asparaginase options, monitoring and management of barriers such as asparaginase hypersensitivity, and therapeutic planning using available tools to maintain asparaginase exposure. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Summarize comprehensive management recommendations for pediatric, AYA, and adult patients with ALL, including chemotherapy and asparaginase protocols, immunotherapy, and tyrosine kinase inhibitors; Cite the clinical impact of E coli asparaginase hypersensitivity and asparaginase discontinuation in ALL, including in pediatric, AYA, and adult populations; Develop evidence-based treatment plans for asparaginase sequencing with E coli and Erwinia asparaginase, including recombinant formulations; and Manage E coli asparaginase hypersensitivity, including monitoring and strategies for switching to Erwinia asparaginase options.
Enthusiasm In this episode, Taylor (@TaylorAWelch) talks about the two categories of enthusiasm. The things you get to do is being excited about the thing itself. Being enthusiastic about what you must go through is engineering an enthusiasm for the life that can only be found on the other side of something you don't want to do.Connect with Taylor on other platforms:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TaylorAWelchInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/taylorawelch/?hl=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/taylorawelchprofileTwitter: https://twitter.com/taylorawelchSubscribe at the link below to get access to Taylor’s exclusive monthly Memos containing all the latest secrets and learning lessons to building wealth, income, and long term fulfillment in your life.https://welch.spiffy.co/checkout/consulting-memohttp://dailymindmedicine.com/
Let Your Thoughts be Worthy of YOU In this episode, Taylor (@TaylorAWelch) talks about how every mind is both a broadcasting and receiving station. Find worthy thoughts that are in alignment with who you are supposed to be and called to be.Connect with Taylor on other platforms:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TaylorAWelchInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/taylorawelch/?hl=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/taylorawelchprofileTwitter: https://twitter.com/taylorawelchSubscribe at the link below to get access to Taylor’s exclusive monthly Memos containing all the latest secrets and learning lessons to building wealth, income, and long term fulfillment in your life.https://welch.spiffy.co/checkout/consulting-memohttp://dailymindmedicine.com/
From Hurt to Teach In this episode, Taylor (@TaylorAWelch) talks about dealing with shame and regret. Place yourself in a place that when you look at the past, you'll think of it as something that happened for you, not to you. Disconnect from the outcome and connect into the impact and the process and the journey that you have.Connect with Taylor on other platforms:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TaylorAWelchInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/taylorawelch/?hl=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/taylorawelchprofileTwitter: https://twitter.com/taylorawelchSubscribe at the link below to get access to Taylor’s exclusive monthly Memos containing all the latest secrets and learning lessons to building wealth, income, and long term fulfillment in your life.https://welch.spiffy.co/checkout/consulting-memohttp://dailymindmedicine.com/
Quick Tip Tuesday - Can’t Lose Weight? TOP 7 Reasons of What Could Be Preventing You From Reaching Your Goal if you aren’t seeing progress in some way signaling fat loss, then you aren’t in calorie deficit. Something is off. You need to get honest with yourself if you are really doing everything you can?
 
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Thriving Through Social Connections Al Waller and Mihaela Vincze discuss the importance of social connections.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Domenica M. Rubino, MD - Getting Ahead of the Curve: Identifying and Managing Obesity in Primary Care Go online to PeerView.com/DBP860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. In this activity, an expert on obesity management discusses current evidence for anti-obesity medications and shares evidence-based strategies to individualize weight-loss regimens and improve health outcomes. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the role of weight-loss pharmacotherapy for reducing risks and addressing obesity as a chronic disease, including effects on appetite regulation, metabolic adaptation, and preventing/managing obesity-related complications, adjunct to lifestyle modification; Assess current guidance and available long-term efficacy and safety data for current and emerging weight-loss pharmacotherapies in people with or at risk for obesity; and Incorporate weight-loss pharmacotherapy, as appropriate, into individualized, evidence-based treatment plans for long-term obesity management.
How doctors can live stress free with Dr. Robyn Tiger In this episode, I speak to Dr. Robyn Tiger, a board-certified diagnostic radiologist, faculty and stress management expert, certified yoga therapist, and founder and CEO of StressfreeMD. StressfreeMD is a wellness practice that provides freedom through self-care education. She is passionate about educating physicians by utilizing body and mind approaches to relieve stress, build resilience, and improve overall well-being. Her newfound knowledge was too interesting to keep to herself. Tune in as she shares simple, evidence-based, stress-free snacks and self-care tools to help you feel calm, grounded, and in control.In a nutshell, we chat about:The stressful life of physicians in the broken system Her journey off suicidal ideation and Paraesthesia to being stress-freeHer 30 seconds technique of stress managementThe why behind her podcast and the networking opportunities it has paved the way for… and so much more! Featured in the show:Website: www.stressfreemd.net Podcast: The StressFreeMD LinkedIn: Robyn Tiger MDMore from Doctors Changing Medicine:Join the Doctors Changing Medicine Community HEREYouTube Channel
Drug Allergies Well Said has invited Dr. Blanka Kaplan, Allergy and Immunology Specialist and an Assistant Professor at the Zucker SOM to explain how and why our immune systems react to medications and the potential consequences.
Lupus Well Said has invited Dr. Richard Furie, Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Northwell Health and a Professor at the Zucker SOM to explain the ins and outs of Lupus, a disease that affects 1.5 million Americans and the progress physicians are making in determining its causes and triggers.
The first scene A cautionary tale about the life of a mascot in a dysfunctional family. The youngest child, a role model, a son, a father and a friend.
The 4 Laws of Financial Prosperity with Mikkel McBride This week on the Saint Alphonsus Wellcast we explore financial wellness with Idaho Central Credit Union's Community Development Officer, Mikkel McBride. Mikkel goes into detail about the 4 Laws of Financial Prosperity: tracking, targeting, trimming, and training. Want to find a way to prosper on any budget? This podcast is just for you.ICCU Lunch n' Learn dates for Saint Alphonsus Colleagues:August 16th, 2022 at 12PM MST-4 Laws of Financial Prosperity September 22nd, 2022 at 12PM MST- Preparing for a Financial Emergency Colleagues can register at the LYWL website.
This week on Dr. Greg: best practices to keep everyone healthy and safe during disaster cleanups As the flood waters begin to recede, families, business owners and volunteer cleanup groups will begin to reenter the damaged buildings and start the long cleanup process. Unfortunately, many flood-related injuries and health issues, even death, can occur during the cleanup response. It is critical to remember that although the flood waters may recede, there are a number of hazards to be aware of. Dr. Greg gets health tips from Erin Haynes, Dr.P.H., chair of the Department of Epidemiology and Environmental Health in the University of Kentucky College of Public Health.
19 - The EM Boot Camp Course Special Welcome to Episode 19 of “The 2 View,” the podcast for EM and urgent care nurse practitioners and physician assistants!

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The Procedural Pause. Emergency Medicine News. Lww.com. https://journals.lww.com/em-news/blog/theproceduralpause/pages/default.aspx

The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine. Thesgem.com. http://www.thesgem.com

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Katherine L. Carroll, "Building Schools, Making Doctors: Architecture and the Modern American Physician" (U Pittsburgh Press, 2022) In the late nineteenth century, medical educators intent on transforming American physicians into scientifically trained, elite professionals recognized the value of medical school design for their reform efforts. Between 1893 and 1940, nearly every medical college in the country rebuilt or substantially renovated its facility. In Building Schools, Making Doctors: Architecture and the Modern American Physician (U Pittsburgh Press, 2022), Katherine Carroll reveals how the schools constructed during this fifty-year period did more than passively house a remodeled system of medical training; they actively participated in defining and promoting an innovative pedagogy, modern science, and the new physician.Interdisciplinary and wide ranging, her study moves architecture from the periphery of medical education to the center, uncovering a network of medical educators, architects, and philanthropists who believed that the educational environment itself shaped how students learned and the type of physicians they became. Carroll offers the first comprehensive study of the science and pedagogy formulated by the buildings, the influence of the schools’ donors and architects, the impact of the structures on the urban landscape and the local community, and the facilities’ privileging of white men within the medical profession during this formative period for physicians and medical schools.Rachel Pagones is an acupuncturist, educator, and author based in Cambridge, England. Her book, Acupuncture as Revolution: Suffering, Liberation, and Love (Brevis Press) was published in 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine
Lindy S. F. Hern, "Single Payer Healthcare Reform: Grassroots Mobilization and the Turn Against Establishment Politics in the Medicare for All Movement" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020) In Single Payer Healthcare Reform: Grassroots Mobilization and the Turn Against Establishment Politics in the Medicare for All Movement (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020), Lindy Hern provides a comprehensive history of the grassroots Movement for Health Care Reform in the United States from within the Single Payer Movement. Hern discusses the role that narrative (constructions of opportunity) plays in grassroots mobilization, which builds on existing social movement theory. She examines the turn against “politics as usual” and establishment politicians that began in progressive social movements long before the election of Donald Trump. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine
Rose O’Donovan wants to change how you breathe Rose O’Donovan didn’t set out to try and eradicate mouth breathing. The Irish is a personal trainer and Dubai resident who was focusing on female health and the specific hormonal problems women can have. She is also a master instructor with Oxygen Advantage, the breathwork training program developed by the breathing and sleep expert as well as best-selling author, Patrick McKeown. As with many of our issues, all of these phases are impacted by and contribute...
The Good Medicine Show - Episode August 11, 2022 Kam and Kole are joined by Carlin from No More Moments to shoot the breeze regarding Moments Fest.

BUT WAIT THERE'S MOREPlaylist: Aysanabee - HowlingBetaboys - So ShyBig Joanie - Cranes In The SkyBlack Belt Eagle Scout - Run It To YaEnemy Jail - Out In the YardIceage - The Wider Powder BlueCurlew - First BiteJohnny Johnny & The Johnny's - The Feature MagazineChunder Buffet - GoosebumpsNo More Moments - Me and My FriendsNo More Moments - All My Evil Friends Have Settled DownIron Tusk / The Knot No Howz - Fool's GoldAgent Orange - MiserlouRebel Priest - Lesson in LoveAmyl & The Sniffers - HertzMt. Mountain - AplombThe Moonsnakes - Been DownOcean Alley - Yellow MellowTruckfighters - Desert Cruiser
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Medicare Advantage False Claims Act Developments In this episode, Stephen Bittinger and Nathan Huff discuss the growth of Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage), new enforcements for Medicare Advantage Organization fraud, recent cases of False Claims Act liability, and key takeaways for Medicare Advantage Organizations and providers.
Hospitals, Physician Practices, and Labs – Are You Ready to Report Private Payor Rates for Laboratory Tests? In this episode, Gabriel Scott and Darlene Davis analyze the private payor rates reporting requirements under the Protecting Access to Medicare Act. They discuss the type of entities required to report, potential penalties for failing to report, and provide some suggestions for how to initiate the reporting process.
Genesis Healthcare and the 340B Program Patient Definition In this episode, Andrew Ruskin, Leah Richardson, and Victoria Hamscho analyze the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit’s recent decision in Genesis Healthcare v. Becerra. They discuss its potential impact on the Health Resources and Services Administration’s definition of a 340B eligible patient in light of recent developments in the 340B Program and this year’s upcoming election.
Effect of Prior Diagnoses on Dermatopathologists’ Interpretations of Melanocytic Lesions Interview with Joann G. Elmore, MD, MPH, author of Effect of Prior Diagnoses on Dermatopathologists’ Interpretations of Melanocytic Lesions: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Hosted by Adewole Adamson, MD.
Revenue Cycle Management Tips for Physician Practices In this edition of the NSCHBC Edge Podcast, Terry Fletcher invites NSHCBC members Vinod Sankaran and Misty Haralson for an RCM Round table discussion.Hear fellow healthcare consultants in the RCM space discuss physician and dental practice pain points and how to be efficient in your Revenue Cycle Management efforts. Join us for this important discussion focusing on verifying eligibility, billing errors, denial management, and IT.
What does Hashimoto's remission look like? Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where I give you a roadmap of what Hashimoto’s remission looks like from my own journey and the collaborative approach of my doctor. Listen in to find sound bites you can incorporate into your lifestyle.Key TakeawaysGoing into Hashimoto’s remission is possible. First, find a great doctor that will work with you in creating a hierarchical framework of what to treat first instead of treating everything simultaneously. Second, change your diet, change your sleep, change your workout to a Thyroid Strong style of working out and then address the root causes that can trigger your autoimmune condition.How Do You Know When You’re in Hashimoto’s Remission?Of women with Hashimoto’s, about 20% can go into remission. Those that go into remission have minimal destruction to the thyroid gland and exhibit their thyroid hormones within optimal range on a blood draw, no presence of thyroid antibodies specifically TGAB and TPO, and no presence of Hashimoto’s symptoms.Three Changes to Make On Your Journey to Hashimoto’s RemissionFirst, change your diet. Start eliminating gluten, dairy, and alcohol. Second, change your sleep pattern. Instead of going to bed at the same time everyday, start waking up at the same time everyday and getting into the habit of a new circadian rhythm. Lastly, address the root causes of your Hashimoto’s and adjust your lifestyle further including your workout.In This EpisodeDestruction of the thyroid gland [1:34]Three components to going into remission with Hashimoto’s [1:52]First changes I made when first getting diagnosed with Hashimoto’s [4:34]Address the root cause of my Hashimoto’s [7:48]How to work out without burning out with Hashimoto’s [11:08]Quotes“So I was one of those 20% of women who went into remission. One of the aspects was catching the diagnosis early and taking the steps to make the changes.” [4:10]“Prioritize protein 30 grams minimum to stimulate muscle protein synthesis, aka muscle growth and not only prioritize every single meal, but especially the first meal.” [9:20]“One of the things that's really important is working with a great, great doctor, for a collaborative approach to addressing some of the root causes of your Hashimotos in addition to managing your medication.” [12:24]DISCLAIMER THIS PODCAST/WEBSITE/COACHING SERVICE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. The information, including but not limited to text, graphics, images, and other material contained, are for informational purposes only. NO material on this show/website/coaching practice/or special guests are intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of YOUR physician or another qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding medical treatment. Never delay seeking medical advice because of something you read/hear/see on our show/website/or coaching practice.Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered:What Hashimoto’s remission looks likeThe first steps to changing your lifestyle to improve your Hashimoto’s symptomsImportance of finding a great doctor in treating your Hashimoto’sHow to address the root causes of your Hashimoto’sHow to change your diet, sleep, and exercise to help treat your Hashimoto’sResources Mentioned:Foodbymars.comOura RingOOLER Sleep SystemFollow Dr. Emily Kiberd:Thyroid Strong WebsiteInstagramFacebook<a href="https://twitter.com/dremilykiberd?lang=en" rel="noopen
214: So I Went to the Food Is Medicine Conference...Now What? A group of podcasters comes together to help others learn how to create change and grow their online presence to make an impact in the world.  In this episode, you will learn:  How a young vegan turned bullying into a comeback story The process of change (becoming aware, contemplating, adopting new behaviors, etc.) Why you should join our August 27th, Create An Impact Online to grow your online confidence, presence, and leadershipOther episodes you&apos;ll enjoy:213: Leveraging Lifestyle Medicine for Mental Health Equity with Dr. Alyssa Vela Website Link for this episode:https://www.healthylifestylesolutions.org/214All the show notes for our episodes are located on our podcast website:https://www.healthylifestylesolutions.org/Connect with UsWebsite: Healthy Lifestyle SolutionsInstagram: @maya_hls_podcastYouTube channel: Healthy Lifestyle SolutionsSubscribe to our newsletter: Our NewsletterLeave us a message: Speak Pipe VoicemailRate Me: https://ratethispodcast.com/hlsSupport the show
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Ep. 268: Sexy Confidence Register for our 3 Ways to Build Self Esteem workshop  http://jjflizanes.com/selfesteem   Kimmy Seltzer is a Confidence Therapist, Authentic Dating Strategist and Image Expert. With a vat of knowledge and experience as a therapist, certified style coach, dating coach, and matchmaker, she has helped people find lasting love and connection, attract success and build valuable relationships using her unique “confidence makeover” process. Using an outside-in approach, Kimmy implements targeted style, emotional and social intelligence in people’s lives using her signature formula, “The Charisma Quotient,” working on body language, first impressions, image/wardrobe and flirting and how it impacts attraction.   This Los Angeles-based expert travels the country helping people discover confidence, charisma and connection as a speaker at National Matchmaking Conferences, eHarmony, Neutrogena, The Guild at Universal, UCLA and iDate. Kimmy is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post with appearances in Cosmopolitan, Oprah Magazine, Redbook, Reader’s Digest, AskMen, Fox News Magazine, Yahoo and the Washington Examiner, among a myriad of other publications.   Kimmy has been the leading love expert on the traveling live dating show The Great Love Debate, a show on Amazon Live with SwayTv, Kimmy’s Love Hub and the cable reality series, The Romance. You can also listen to her on her podcast, The Charisma Quotient and regular Ask Kimmy segments on the Chaz and AJ Morning Show on 99.1 PLR and 95.9 The Fox.  kimmyseltzer.com/style   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcast 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
S2E32 - Biohack Your Way to Healing Show Summary: “Bioregulators can trigger the body’s healing mechanisms to reverse biological aging.”It’s a known fact that our bodies can cleanse and heal themselves. But did you know exactly how the mechanisms of our body do just that? Peptides and Bioregulator Peptides are types of small proteins and strings of amino acids that help heal and rejuvenate our DNA.In this episode of the Gutsy Health Podcast, Nathalie Niddam dishes out Peptide Therapy and Bioregulators, and how these helpful compounds trigger not only our body’s natural healing mechanism but also reverse our biological aging. Nathalie is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and Epigenetic Coach whose passion is to guide people on how these strings of amino acids can help decrease inflammation, aid weight loss, and potentially reverse our natural aging. As we go along, we dive deeper into the science of Peptide Therapy and how Bioregulators cross through our nuclear membrane to upregulate proteins in our bodies.Peptide Therapy is a subject not yet known to many people. But worry not! We are here to guide you all the way so you too can become a citizen scientist, your self-healing advocate, and the CEO of your body and healing process. Exceptional Highlights:Peptides and Bioregulator Peptides are proteins and strings of small amino acids that could penetrate our nuclear cells and help upregulate our DNA.Upregulating our DNA is known as rejuvenating and restoring the functions of tissues.One of its (Peptides) functions is to restore the telomere length on DNA.Show Highlights:How to administer Bioregulators?Nathalie Niddam 9:50Bioregulators naturally occur in food. And the bioregulator supplements can be taken orally because they are so small and our body has a mechanism to recognize them.What organs can benefit from Bioregulators?Nathalie Niddam 13:12Bioregulators can target and improve the health of specific organs such as the liver, pancreas, lungs, muscles, and bone marrow.What is the appropriate prescription for Bioregulators?Nathalie Niddam 19:16The answer is evolving. The oral bioregulators are classified as nutritional supplements because they’re essentially food.Additional Resources:“Peptide Protocols: Volume One” by William Seeds“The Fountain of Youth with Peptides” by Dr. Edwin LeeThe International Peptide Society Important Links:Nathalie NiddamProfound HealthBiohacking Superhuman Performance PodcastOptimizing SuperHuman Performance with Peptides, Nutrition, and More (Facebook Group)The Gutsy Health Menu Plans
131 // BEST OF 2021: Why You Keep Falling Off Track: 3 Habit Hacks So You Stop Starting Over on Monday Sticking to habits can be hard, especially when it comes to fitness and nutrition. In this episode I give you 3 habit hacks so you can stick to your health habits and stop starting over on Monday! You won't want to miss this episode. These hacks are ones I have personally implemented into my life and they've worked wonders!
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Small quantities of coffee OK during pregnancy, study finds If you’re expecting to give up coffee when you’re expecting a baby, here’s a jolt of uplifting news: A little bit of joe is safe during pregnancy.
Scientists in Australia determined this after using genetics to analyze coffee drinking behavior. At the heart of their research was one question: Does coffee alone increase the risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes?
World Health Organization guidelines say pregnant women should consume no more than 300 milligrams of caffeine — about two to three cups of coffee a day. But it turns out that guideline is a bit fuzzy because it is based on observational studies where it’s difficult to separate caffeine consumption from other risk factors such as drinking, poor nutrition and smoking.
The answer to coffee consumption lies not just in our desire for a pick-me-up. The researchers determined it also has to do with our genes.
Using a meta-analysis of genetic variants influencing coffee consumption, the scientists studied whether those variants were also associated with birth outcomes.
Because they could not ask women to drink varying levels of coffee while pregnant, the researchers used genetic analyses to mimic a controlled trial.
They determined that coffee-drinking women had no greater risk of stillbirth, miscarriage or premature births. Still, that’s not a license for expectant mothers to overdo the java. The study only looked at certain adverse pregnancy outcomes, not all factors affecting fetal development.
But, the researchers noted, low-to-moderate coffee intake doesn’t elevate pregnancy outcome risks. Think in terms of a single latte or coffee a day — just hold the refills.
Self-confidence about health impacts how often we visit doctor, study shows
Self-confident people tend to be comfortable in their own skin. They believe in themselves and aren’t afraid to take risks. Those of us less sure of ourselves look on with envy.
But take solace, thee of little faith. You might just be healthier than that person strutting around like a peacock.
A study out of the University of Vienna shows self-confidence can lead someone to overestimate how healthy they are. As a result, they don’t go to the doctor as often as they should. And that can allow time for illnesses to take root and threaten well-being.
Scientists looked at data involving more than 80,000 Europeans age 50 and older who provided a self-evaluation of their health. Researchers found that people who overestimated their health visited the doctor 17% less frequently than those who more realistically assessed their health.
And as you might imagine, the opposite holds true. People who tended to underestimate their health, thinking they were sicker than was true, visited the doctor 21% more often.
While that might take a bigger bite out of their wallet, it makes sense that those folks tend to catch health problems before they spiral out of control.
Most of the people quizzed about their health tended to be on the money with their self-assessment — 79% accurately gauged their health.
One thing to remember, too, is that research indicates self-confidence can encourage riskier behavior. That leads to more accidents, heavier drinking and eating an unhealthy diet.
These folks also tend to earn higher salaries, research shows.
So, while self-confidence can be a great thing, too much of it can get you into trouble.
‘Exercise pill’ could be on the way Ever dreaded hitting the gym? You knew you needed it and that you would feel better after, but your mind kept making excuses to keep you from going?
If you’ve had to force yourself to stick to an exercise regimen, perhaps you’ve pondered the possibility that someday, maybe some smart scientist might develop a pill that could deliver at least some of the health benefits of exercise.
Science fiction pipe dream, right? Perhaps not.
A team of researchers, led by scientists at Stanford University, report that they’ve identified a molecule in blood produced during exercise that curbs appetite and obesity in mice.
And that, they believe, is a first step to making therapeutic interventions — that elusive exercise pill — a reality.
The scientists set out to understand how exercise works at the molecular level. Analyzing blood plasma compounds from laboratory mice following intense treadmill running sessions, they noted the production of a modified amino acid called Lac-Phe. [Lack Fee]. Lactate is a byproduct of exercise and phenylalanine [fen-l-al-uh-neen], an amino acid involved in building proteins. That funny burning feeling in your legs after you’ve run harder than normal? That’s lactate.
In lab mice fed a high-fat diet, a high dose of Lac-Phe suppressed food intake by about half compared with control mice, with no effect on their movement. Over a 10-day period, Lac-Phe reduced their total food intake and body weight.
While the researchers aren’t at all suggesting that a therapeutic treatment is around the corner, or that exercise won’t always be one of the best cures for what ails us, we can at least dream of a day when we no longer have to hear the phrase “no pain, no gain.”
247. Majority of people do not get enough restorative sleep Even if you get the right amount of sleep each night, there is a good chance you aren&#8217;t getting the quality of sleep you need to feel alert and energetic. In a new study published in the journal Frontiers in Sleep, Harvard researchers surveyed over 1,000 adults, asking them to rate their sleep based on a number of factors that reflected how restorative that sleep was. These questions included whether the person felt grouchy, felt energetic, or was in a good mood. They used these answers to calculate a total sleep quality score for each person. Less than 30 percent of people in the study had high scores considered to indicate restorative sleep. Based on their data, the researchers believe that if you don’t feel great after a night’s sleep, you should look back at the night before and try to figure out how you can sleep better the next night.








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248. Depression common for men and women after birth of their baby A new study suggests that depression can be common for men and women after birth of their baby and for the first year after delivery. In the study, published in the journal JAMA Network Open, researchers at the University College London compiled data from 23 previous studies involving close to 30,000 couples in 15 countries. They examined rates of depression during pregnancy and through the first year after childbirth. They observed that roughly one in ten mothers suffer from depression in the perinatal period. But in about one in 30 couples, both parents may struggle with depression after the birth of their child. Some of the factors the researchers found to be associated with depression included frequent arguments between the parents, low relationship satisfaction, financial struggles, low social support, and fathers working long hours.








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249. Eating brightly colored fruits and vegetables with carotenoids improves women’s health Eating brightly colored fruits and vegetables with carotenoids might improve the eye and brain health of women. In a new study published in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience, researchers at the University of Georgia looked at the dietary intake of carotenoids like lycopene, which is found in tomatoes, as well as beta-carotene and lutein, which are found in leafy green vegetables and eggs. They found that higher intake of carotenoids may be important for preventing visual and cognitive loss. They noted higher intake was associated with lower incidence of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration and potentially lower rates of dementia. These carotenoids appear to decrease the oxidative stress to the brain. While eating foods high in carotenoids might lead to a number of positive health outcomes, taking them instead as nutritional supplements might not produce the same benefits.








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Tackling PCOS with a Functional Medicine Approach Dr. Shilpa P. Saxena adds to her series of Evolution of Medicine interviews with a discussion on polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). With both personal and professional experience reversing the condition, she walks us through the functional medicine approach to treatment. Dr. Saxena explains how insulin resistance often accompanies and must be addressed through the “matrix” of each patient’s overall health and lifestyle. Since PCOS is a clinical diagnosis, she also describes the signs practitioners should look out for in their patients and how to confirm the diagnosis with the aid of laboratory testing. Developing a niche in PCOS can be a great opportunity for practitioners since it is so prevalent, affecting between 6-12% of women, and because functional medicine provides the most robust treatment approach for complex metabolic conditions.  Listen to the full conversation to learn more about: Tailoring treatments to patients with PCOS Which supplements to utilize in a PCOS treatment protocol Common root causes and co-conditions The importance of securing Phase I and Phase II detox pathways How group visits can be a powerful aid to treatment
Episode 33 - Methamphetamine Psychosis You just had a patient arrive via ambulance on an involuntary hold who is clearly psychotic. As the paramedics are giving report, you hear that the patient was found using methamphetamine on scene. So...is this schizophrenia? Or is it meth psychosis? Can you tell the difference? In this episode, we do a deep dive into methamphetamine psychosis, to review the clinical features, prognosis, risk factors, and treatment - including a discussion of the differences between primary psychotic disorders and methamphetamine induced psychosis.
A few not-so-expected ways to naturally lower blood pressure By now, everyone should know that losing weight, quitting smoking and reducing stress are sure ways to lower blood pressure. But there are other not-so-obvious, natural ways to help. And virtually all of them can be found in your favorite grocery store.
Eating dark chocolate, in small amounts, is a tasty way to lower blood pressure. It’s filled with flavonoids, which are small plant compounds that cause blood vessels to expand, helping increase heart health in several parts of the body.
Adding berries to your diet also can help with blood pressure because they are packed with polyphenols [paa-lee-fee-naalz]. These are natural plant compounds that have been shown to lower the risk of stroke, heart disease and diabetes.
Put bananas and other potassium-rich foods on your shopping list. These remove sodium from your body and reduce pressure on blood vessels. You can increase your potassium levels by eating more vegetables, fruits, milk, yogurt, nuts, beans and fish.
How’s your magnesium consumption? Magnesium is a mineral that relaxes blood vessels, and most of us don’t get nearly enough. What can you eat that’s rich in magnesium? Whole foods, like legumes and whole grains, as well as chicken, lean meat, vegetables and dairy products.
You can also visit the supplements aisle. You may not be aware that aged garlic extract, whey protein, fish oils and hibiscus all have specific properties that can help reduce blood pressure.
If you’re looking for some nontraditional ways to lower your blood pressure and improve your overall heart health, add these natural items to your diet. And treat yourself to a piece of guilt-free dark chocolate.
Phasing out certain over-the-counter antibiotics for livestock For years, the US Food and Drug Administration — or FDA — has monitored livestock use of medically important antibiotics. Those are drugs that are used in both people and animals. The goal is to stem the development of antibiotic resistance, which can ultimately render these drugs useless.
As of 2017, the use of medically important antibiotics in livestock feed has required veterinary approval. But that change in regulation did not address other forms of these drugs available over the counter.
Now the FDA is looking to close that gap. By June 2023, a veterinary prescription is expected to be required for the use of any medically important drug in livestock. As these drugs disappear from retail shelves, it’s important for producers to team up with their veterinarians to plan for their animals’ health needs.
Small quantities of coffee OK during pregnancy, study finds If you’re expecting to give up coffee when you’re expecting a baby, here’s a jolt of uplifting news: A little bit of joe is safe during pregnancy.
Scientists in Australia determined this after using genetics to analyze coffee drinking behavior. At the heart of their research was one question: Does coffee alone increase the risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes?
World Health Organization guidelines say pregnant women should consume no more than 300 milligrams of caffeine — about two to three cups of coffee a day. But it turns out that guideline is a bit fuzzy because it is based on observational studies where it’s difficult to separate caffeine consumption from other risk factors such as drinking, poor nutrition and smoking.
The answer to coffee consumption lies not just in our desire for a pick-me-up. The researchers determined it also has to do with our genes.
Using a meta-analysis of genetic variants influencing coffee consumption, the scientists studied whether those variants were also associated with birth outcomes.
Because they could not ask women to drink varying levels of coffee while pregnant, the researchers used genetic analyses to mimic a controlled trial.
They determined that coffee-drinking women had no greater risk of stillbirth, miscarriage or premature births. Still, that’s not a license for expectant mothers to overdo the java. The study only looked at certain adverse pregnancy outcomes, not all factors affecting fetal development.
But, the researchers noted, low-to-moderate coffee intake doesn’t elevate pregnancy outcome risks. Think in terms of a single latte or coffee a day — just hold the refills.
Protecting powerhouse pollinators Did you know that one-third of the foods we eat come from crops pollinated by honey bees? So, it’s no wonder these powerhouse pollinators are under stress.
Pollination of $400 million in crops every year doesn’t happen by chance. Commercial bees are trucked around the country to get the job done. As if that isn’t stressful enough, honey bee populations are constantly beset by pesticides, poor nutrition, microbial pathogens and parasites.
The biggest threat of all is the tiny varroa [vuh-ROW-uh] mite. Traditionally, beekeepers have used miticides to keep mites in check. Problem is, mites have developed resistance to many of these products.
But now, researchers have created a strain of bees genetically empowered to fight varroa mites. Although they’re still being studied, this development could be a game changer.
Self-confidence about health impacts how often we visit doctor, study shows
Self-confident people tend to be comfortable in their own skin. They believe in themselves and aren’t afraid to take risks. Those of us less sure of ourselves look on with envy.
But take solace, thee of little faith. You might just be healthier than that person strutting around like a peacock.
A study out of the University of Vienna shows self-confidence can lead someone to overestimate how healthy they are. As a result, they don’t go to the doctor as often as they should. And that can allow time for illnesses to take root and threaten well-being.
Scientists looked at data involving more than 80,000 Europeans age 50 and older who provided a self-evaluation of their health. Researchers found that people who overestimated their health visited the doctor 17% less frequently than those who more realistically assessed their health.
And as you might imagine, the opposite holds true. People who tended to underestimate their health, thinking they were sicker than was true, visited the doctor 21% more often.
While that might take a bigger bite out of their wallet, it makes sense that those folks tend to catch health problems before they spiral out of control.
Most of the people quizzed about their health tended to be on the money with their self-assessment — 79% accurately gauged their health.
One thing to remember, too, is that research indicates self-confidence can encourage riskier behavior. That leads to more accidents, heavier drinking and eating an unhealthy diet.
These folks also tend to earn higher salaries, research shows.
So, while self-confidence can be a great thing, too much of it can get you into trouble.
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