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Marion McRae is a Physiotherapist, Ultra Endurance Athlete & Movement Nerd; on a mission to revolutionize Back Pain Care with her Bulletproof Backs Podcast & Course work. With 25 + years experience in the Health Industry her formal training includes but is not limited to Pilates, Feldenkrais, Acupuncture, Dry needling, Anatomy in Motion, Fascial Manipulation, Human Needs Psychology, Emotional Regulation, Breathwork, Neuro-Biofeedback, Meditation, Trauma Somatic Release. These diverse fields of study have led her to develop the Bulletproof Backs Method which combines Mindset, Movement & Emotion Regulation into a super-efficient pathway for healing Stubborn Back Pain. …Read More

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‎Building Bulletproof Backs Beat Stubborn Back pain with Physiotherapist & Movement Addict – Marion McRae. Join her as she interviews back pain sufferers who have found a way out of the nightmare. Physical, Mental & Emotional Tools are shared, to help you Build a Bulletproof Back.
Living With Scanxiety Join Rosaria Kozar, the mother of a warrior, as she interviews oncologists, pediatricians, survivors, parents, and other applicable organizations in the pediatric cancer world. If you need support as a caregiver or are just curious about childhood cancer, this is the show for you. Living With Scanxiety: Cancer Podcast discusses more than scans; it covers life during treatment and post-treatment. Subscribe, and I hope you will get some much-needed support from the show. Rosaria's mission is to inform, support, and promote hope.
Sarc Fighter: Living with Sarcoidosis and other rare diseases This podcast is about battling the disease Sarcoidosis as well as other rare diseases.
Rare Disease, Cell & Gene Therapy Weekly RoundUp A monthly podcast highlighting the most important news developments and its impact on the orphan drug, cell and gene therapy world. Visit www.partners4access.com/podcasts/
Cancer ABCs From Surviving To Thriving – How to Thrive with Cancer OUR MISSION To facilitate tangible improvements in the lives of people who have been affected by cancer(s), by providing them and their loved ones the necessary survival tools, education, support and advocacy so that they can become responsible for and take an active role in their own medical care and wellbeing. OUR GOALOur goal is to teach all people affected by cancer, including those with multiple cancers and/or rare cancers, to become CANCER THRIVERS.

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Autism Parenting This playlist contains all the things I wish I had known when I first started on my autism parenting journey.

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Top Emotional Tips for Healing Back Pain A playlist of snippets focusing on the emotional approach of healing back pain. ‎Building Bulletproof Backs
Top Movement Tips for Healing Back Pain A playlist of snippets focusing on movement approach for healing back pain. ‎Building Bulletproof Backs
Top Mindset Tips for Healing Back Pain A playlists of snippets focusing on the mindset approach of healing back pain. ‎Building Bulletproof Backs
Breast Cancer Awareness October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, but what things do we still need to know? Sam Hacker Audio Station

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Autism, ADHD or AuDHD? (Coaching with Brooke) How do you know if you're Autistic or have ADHD? What are the differences between Autism and ADHD? What similarities do Autism and ADHD have?

Brooke Schnittman (@Coachingwithbrooke) is an entrepreneur and ADHD coach with a team of 8 ADHD coaches; with over 120k Instagram followers, Brooke produces a lot of content raising awareness of ADHD traits and how to work with those traits practically in your own life.

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Thomas Henley kicks off the episode by talking to Brooke about language differences between the USA and the UK, the different spheres of the Autism world, her background in managing the top-rated special education public school in the entire USA, and her experience creating the SuccessFULL With ADHD podcast.

One of the most difficult things with neurodivergencies like Autism and ADHD, is separating them from each other for the purposes of identity, support, teaching methods, and possibly the use of medication. In line with the topic, Brooke and Thomas highlight some common similarities between Autism and ADHD from a diagnostic standpoint: Intense fixations and interests, emotional dysregulation, executive functioning issues, stimming behaviours, sensory differences, problems with socialising, burnout, processing differences and a need for routine.

They speak on the interesting dynamics that occur between Autistic and ADHDers in social relationships and communication, whereby Autistic people are usually led into interesting off-shooting topics by the ADHDer, but the ADHDer finds a lot of use in the directness and blunt communication from the Autistic person in focussing on the topic of conversation or achieving mutual clarity.

Teasing apart differences between Autism and ADHD proved to be very difficult due to the large variance in traits of individuals within each group… but talk around hyper vs hypo awareness of indirect communication, Alexithymia, hyperactivity, impulsivity, transition or focus behaviours, verbal vs internal processing and flat affect came up as some solid ways to differentiate between the two.

Due to the present-day stigmas and stereotypes of Autism compared to ADHD, most find themselves diagnosed with ADHD before Autism. For the purposes of practical application, the two propose different traits that an Autistic or ADHDer can look for to know if they should pursue the other diagnosis:

Autistic people looking into ADHD could look for signs of daydreaming, racing thoughts, switching from task to task quickly, getting sidetracked easily and consistently, oversharing, or restless energy.

ADHDers looking into Autism could look for more issues with Autistic inertia, big issues with transitioning, issues with alexithymia, starting conversations, noticing indirect emotional cues, shutdowns/meltdowns, faux regulation and flat affect.

They end on speaking about the USA to the UK, and Autism to ADHD language differences. Thomas speaks on the Autistic community's aversion to the term Aspergers Syndrome, person-first vs identity-first language, functioning labels, and lastly his thoughts on shows like Love On The Spectrum and The Undateables.

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– Harnessing the Immune System in Treating Cancers, including Lung Cancer, Breast Cancer, Melanoma & Lymphoma
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– Harnessing the Immune System in Treating Cancers, including Lung Cancer, Breast Cancer, Melanoma & Lymphoma
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– NHL Staging & Subtypes
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Caring for Your Loved One with Cancer – Definition of a Caregiver
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– How Diagnostic Technologies & Biomarkers Shape & Improve Treatment Decisions
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Understanding Diagnostic Technologies and Biomarkers – Overview & Definition of Diagnostic Technologies & Biomarkers in the Context of COVID-19
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– Guidelines for Preparing for Telehealth Appointments with Your Health Care Team, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions, Quality-of-Life Concerns & Discussion of 2021 Care’s Act
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– Why the Molecular Portrait of Cancer is Important
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Understanding Diagnostic Technologies and Biomarkers – Overview & Definition of Diagnostic Technologies & Biomarkers in the Context of COVID-19
– How Diagnostic Technologies & Biomarkers Shape & Improve Treatment Decisions
– Why the Molecular Portrait of Cancer is Important
– The Role of the Pathologist
– Benefits of Diagnostic Technologies, Biomarkers & Precision Medicine
– Predicting Response to Treatment
– Clinical Trials: How Research Contributes to Your Treatment Options
– Key Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team
– Guidelines for Preparing for Telehealth Appointments with Your Health Care Team, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions, Quality-of-Life Concerns & Discussion of 2021 Care’s Act
– Questions for Our Panel of Experts
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– Clinical Trial Updates: How Research Contributes to Your Treatment Options
– Examples of Immunotherapy in Prev” id=”1wYD9kSeeaY” vid=”1wYD9kSeeaY” id-for-player=”1wYD9kSeeaY” link=”/listen/understanding-the-role-of-immunotherapy-in-treating-cancer-1wYD9kSeeaY/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Understanding the Role of Immunotherapy in Treating Cancer – Overview of Immunotherapy, in the Context of COVID, Omicron & Seasonal Flu
– Harnessing the Immune System in Treating Cancers, including Lung Cancer, Breast Cancer, Melanoma & Lymphoma
– Clinical Trial Updates: How Research Contributes to Your Treatment Options
– Examples of Immunotherapy in Prevention, Treatment & Recurrence Prevention of Cancer
– Cancer Vaccines
– Reporting Treatment Side Effects & Discomfort to the Health Care Team
– Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Logistics, Prepared List of Questions & Discussion of OpenNotes
– Follow-Up Care: What to Expect
– Questions for Our Panel of Experts
– Signs & Symptoms, in the Context of COVID, Omicron & Seasonal Flu
– NHL Staging & Subtypes
– Indolent & Aggressive NHL
– Relapsed & Refractory NHL
– Novel Treatment Approaches
– The Role of Clinical Trials: How Research Adds to Your Treatment Options
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Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: Current Treatment Progress – Overview of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL)
– Signs & Symptoms, in the Context of COVID, Omicron & Seasonal Flu
– NHL Staging & Subtypes
– Indolent & Aggressive NHL
– Relapsed & Refractory NHL
– Novel Treatment Approaches
– The Role of Clinical Trials: How Research Adds to Your Treatment Options
– Your Comfort Level with Adherence
– Managing Treatment Side Effects & Symptoms
– Communicating with Your Health Care Team about Quality-of-Life Concerns
– Follow-Up Care Appointments
– Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions & Discussion of OpenNotes
– Questions for Our Panel of Experts
– What Research Tells Us About Caregivers’ Well Being
– Caregiving for an Older Adult
– Caregiving for a Younger Adult
– Couples, Partners, Siblings & Friends
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Caring for Your Loved One with Cancer – Definition of a Caregiver
– What Research Tells Us About Caregivers’ Well Being
– Caregiving for an Older Adult
– Caregiving for a Younger Adult
– Couples, Partners, Siblings & Friends
– Challenges of Caregivers for Cancer Survivors
– Family, Partners & Friend Communication
– Care Coordinator Challenges & Tips
– Stresses on Family, Partners, Friends & Loved Ones
– Coping with Holidays, Birthday & Special Occasions
– Managing Family, Friends, Partners & Traditions
– Long-Distance Caregiving
– Practical Tips for Managing Caregivers’ Stress
– Strategies for Self-Care
– Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Technology & Prepared List of Questions
– Questions for Our Panel of Experts
– Review of Potential Side Effects with Guidelines for Follow-Up Care
– Managing Rash & Dry Skin
– Tips to Cope with Flu-Like Symptoms, including Fever
– Dealing with Fatigue
– Controlling Diarrhea
– Reporting Treatment Si” id=”1x23Dx7Jr6Q” vid=”1x23Dx7Jr6Q” id-for-player=”1x23Dx7Jr6Q” link=”/listen/managing-the-side-effects-of-immunotherapy-1x23Dx7Jr6Q/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Managing the Side Effects of Immunotherapy – How the Side Effects of Immunotherapy Differ from Chemotherapy Side Effects
– Review of Potential Side Effects with Guidelines for Follow-Up Care
– Managing Rash & Dry Skin
– Tips to Cope with Flu-Like Symptoms, including Fever
– Dealing with Fatigue
– Controlling Diarrhea
– Reporting Treatment Side Effects & Discomfort to the Health Care Team
– Tips to Manage Treatment Side Effects & Discomfort
– The Role of Activity/Exercise in Managing Treatment Side Effects
– Key Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team about Quality-of-Life Concerns
– The Increasing Role of Telehealth & Telemedicine
– Questions for Our Panel of Experts

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More Tailored Adaptions… I went to the Naidex conference this past month, designed around accessibility, disability & inclusion, meeting so many people in the process, doing amazing work.

I tried new adaptions via the exhibitor space that have could have potential enhance elements of my gym training. It was so good to see a variety of adaptive pieces of equipment for different environments – in the home, gym and other places.

More recently, it got me thinking further about adaptions when training. I’ve often found I’ve had to be very creative and make things work around my programme as opposed to having anything tailored toward challenges with dexterity. Does anyone have any other experiences with trailered adaptive technology at the gym?

I certainly do think there is more research going into this in recently. I don’t know the right answer for every adaption by all means, that being said, but it’s certainly looking likely there’s more items becoming available in the sector as an increasing number of people enjoy training and more products bring more inclusion and accessibility!

It has taken me a while over the years to test and tweak a number of wrist straps and attachments to make my programme fit into my disability and I’m determined to help further – by at least signposting these.

I’ve found a couple of products that work well for my own dexterity with cerebral palsy – my latest was a smaller but stronger stitched strap from 1MR. One piece I also sampled at Naidex was from Adaptive Hands with taping over the hand that secures a dumbbell in place – which I think would work very well for many.

I learnt so much, felt very connected with a community working hard to make change, provide a voice and to create a spark that help provide ideas and importantly actions to take on this path.
Ty Herndon: Living with Bipolar Disorder and Giving Back Joyce is thrilled to have as her guest, country music superstar, Ty Herndon, to the show. Mr. Herndon will discuss his career in the country music industry and living with bipolar disorder, which was diagnosed at the age of 59.
Scott Hammerstrom: BLA’s Programs and Services Joyce welcomes back Scott Hammerstrom, Manager of Programs and Partnerships, with the Bender Leadership Academy to the show.
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– Caregiving for an Older Adult
– Caregiving for a Younger Adult
– Couples, Partners, Siblings & Friends
– Challenges of Caregivers for Cancer Survivors
– Family, Partners & Friend Communication
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S4: Episode 146 (solo episode) – HAPPY 20TH BIRTHDAY SKYLER!! Where has the time gone… I can't believe my favorite son Skyler is 20-years-old today!!  My greatest hope for you Skyman, as you celebrate this special birthday and enter a new decade of life is that you never lose that spark in your eyes and determination in your heart to keep growing, achieving and teaching the world not to underestimate non-speakers!! Love you Buddy!!
S4: Episode 147 – After suffering much heartbreak & loss, this loving mom focuses on the joy, happiness & growth found in the journey raising her nonspeaking, autistic son Nicole Gottesmann has not had the easiest road into parenting and adult life. After suffering the sudden loss of her first born child, she was elated to learn she was pregnant again. Not soon after that, her husband unexpectedly passed away. As a widowed, single mom raising her beautiful son Gabe, Nicole refused to let her prior traumas overshadow her appreciation for all the blessings she still had in her life.  Her handsome, 13-year-old son Gabe, who was diagnosed with nonverbal autism, has won the hearts of many on social media through his love of music and joyful smile. Nicole and her partner Caroline are extremely proud of the young man Gabe is becoming and of the strong family unit they've built.  You can follow Nicole on: Youtube & FB: For The Love Of Gabe; Instagram: @nicolegottesmann and TikTok: nicolegottesmann1
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Powered by my BIG WHY! Do you find yourself stuck at some crossroads of where to go, what to doand if what you’re doing is even the right thing?Maybe you feel torn about all the different avenues you’d like to explore In life?Girl, I feel you! Been there, done that, didn’t like it!In this episode I dive into how and when I finally found my BIG WHY and how that fuels me every damn day to wake up and change lives. I talk about the impact of knowing your true potential and what it feels like when you finally find your purpose and BIG WHY.Spoiler alert…my BIG WHY is not my family!If you or someone you know would like to be a guest on the podcast please email us:● [email protected] you or someone you know has any real estate needs that we can help you with, please email us at:● [email protected] us at:● Personal Instagram: @shannonmburrows● Podcast Instagram Page: @bustinoutofbreastcancer● Personal Facebook: Shannon M Burrows● Podcast Facebook Page: Bustin' Out of Breast Cancer PodcastDon’t forget to Follow, Subscribe and Share this podcast so you can help us Change The World, One S.M.I.L.E.At A Time!
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1. Planning
Planning is key for autistic people and planning can help you prevent many meltdowns from occurring. A lot of autism meltdowns happen because of a forgotten event or a change in plans. If you pre and organise using a planning app or calendar you have a better chance of avoiding meltdowns.

2. Disconnection Breaks
Creating disconnection breaks in your weekly routine is where you make an hour or two every other day to completely disconnect from all demands and sensory overloading stimuli. This help create a Frequencey pattern of calmness.

3. Interest Engagement
Making sure to implement time to do you special interest, like gaming or reading books or researching stuff is important to feed the autistic thrust for interest. This helps to keep your active brain fed and less likely to meltdown.

4. Brillia
This is a fantastic homeopathic non prescription medicine that is toxin free and super natural. It can help reduce anxiety, irritability and increase focus. These are all components that can lead to a meltdown if not taken care of.

5. Hydration & Food
Keeping well hydrated and keeping in check with meals is a fantastic way to lower a lot of unnecessary anger that could lead to a meltdown or panic.

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#236 The Cost of Being the Good Girl After Breast Cancer In order to live a life that’s better than before breast cancer, we have to stop doing the things that left us feeling, exhausted, stressed and compromised before breast cancer.  In this week’s episode of The Breast Cancer Recovery Coach Podcast, we’ll talk about all the ways that our conditioning to be “good girls” stops us from honoring our healthy boundaries, practicing self-compassion, and prioritizing our emotional wellbeing.  Where does this thought come from?  Why do we need to be “good girls”?  What is the cost to our wellness and how do we reframe our understanding of what being a “good girl” means?  Check out this week’s episode to hear more about:  What does it mean to be a “good girl”?  When we don’t support our own boundaries, we go against our boundary.  Our lives are essentially a “printout” of our subconscious programs.  When you’re trying to be the “good girl” and it comes at the cost of something.  There’s something in between Good Girl and Bad Girl.  Referred to in this episode:  The Biology of Belief  Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership
#237 Three Simple Steps to Reduce Overwhelm Today's episode is all about reducing overwhelm.   Let's face it, life can be tough, and it's easy to feel like we're drowning in everything that's going on. But here's the thing: overwhelm doesn't come from our circumstances themselves, but rather our thoughts about those circumstances.   Sometimes, we need to take a step back and intentionally decide what can wait and what needs our attention now.  Fortunately, there's a simple process that can help us separate things out and prioritize our thoughts. Because let's face it, our thoughts about circumstances can create feelings of overwhelm, and it's important to pay attention to them.  But sometimes, we need a little extra help in dealing with overwhelm. So, know that it’s okay to ask for help and give yourself permission to do so.  Are you ready to discover the simple steps to reducing overwhelm?   Listen now and hear more about: How overwhelm is not just caused by everything going wrong at once but also a cluttered mind.  When the mind is too full, it's hard to take action and we may turn to things that numb us.  Overwhelm starts with our thoughts about circumstances in our lives, even if that doesn't seem true when you’re in it.  Sometimes we need to prioritize and intentionally decide what can wait.  Writing down our thoughts and circumstances can create space in our minds.  Get more support in creating a life that’s better than before breast cancer.  Join the Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership today.  Referred to in this episode: Beef
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Does Plastic Cause Cancer in Dogs? | Dr. Charlotte Hacker #212 Plastic was a wonder material. It makes our lives easier, and can be produced synthetically without depleting natural resources like elephants or camphor trees. But some of the very qualities that make plastic amazing also make it potentially harmful.Dr. Charlotte Hacker, PhD is a wildlife biologist who researched the connection between plastic and cancer for an article on DogCancer.com. In this episode she talks about several of the harmful chemicals that can be in plastic or produced during the manufacturing of plastic products. She also explains what we currently know about how different chemicals can impact the endocrine system in your dog’s body and the environment at large.But don’t panic. Even though it is pretty much impossible to completely avoid plastic, there are easy strategies you can take to minimize potentially harmful plastic exposure for your dog.Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:Can Plastic Cause Cancer in Dogs? article: https://www.dogcancer.com/articles/causes-and-prevention/can-plastic-cause-cancer-in-dogs/Related Links:Genetics in Canine Cancer articleAcrylamide in Dog Food articleEarly Dog Cancer Warning Signs podcast episodeChapters:0:00 Start2:37 BPA and Endocrine Disruptors9:09 Phthalates12:19 Lead13:45 Alkylphenols15:18 Vinyl Chloride17:52 History of Plastic21:33 Plastics Degrade24:05 Switching Out Plastic Containers25:19 Environmental Impact26:56 Plastic and Dog Cancer29:37 Charlotte’s Background33:16 Reducing Plastic Exposure for Dogs39:31 Evolving LegislationAbout Today’s Guest, Dr. Charlotte Hacker: Dr. Charlotte Hacker graduated with her Masters in 2015 studying animal welfare and behavior, and her Doctorate in 2021 with a focus on the use of molecular genetic approaches to study at-risk wildlife.A conservation biologist by vocation, Charlotte’s love for all things animals started with a love for dogs. Her research interests are multifaced and include mammalian genetics, international conservation science policy, and human-animal relations.Dr. Hacker is passionate about writing, science communication, and improving the livelihoods of humans and the animals they share space with. Her hobbies include yoga, hiking, watching documentaries, and traveling. She is based in Washington, D.C., with her rescue miniature dachshund, Nittany.LinkedInOther Links:If you would like to ask a dog cancer related question for one of our expert veterinarians to answer on a future Q&A episode, call our Listener Line at 808-868-3200. Dog Cancer News is a free weekly newsletter that contains useful information designed to help your dog with cancer. To sign up, please visit DogCancerNews.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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02:13 Monday – Mercury station Taurus, Mercury square Pluto 
03:59 Wednesday – Full Moon Libra, Mercury sextile Saturn
07:51 Thursday – Mercury NN conjunction
08:26 Friday – Venus sextile Neptune, Mercury sextile Mars 
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02:07 Tuesday – Venus in Gemini, Venus trine Pluto, Jupiter Sun Conjunction 

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02:56 Tuesday – Sun sextile Neptune
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EPS 192. How to Get a Grip: Coping Strategies for Complicated Times with Dr. David Bullis Topics in today's episodeHow to get a grip on stress. 1:57Losing control and the loss of agency. 5:24The difference between uncertainty and survivorship. 12:25The four pillars of survivorship. 15:34The value of language. 21:31Hormonal shifts are the real deal. 24:56Tools for dealing with stress and coping. 27:39Setting expectations based on your energy level. 33:04The timeframe of right now and the future. 35:39Making decisions based on what's important to you. 41:38How to sit with our decisions based on the current situation. 46:21The power of taking a step back. 50:18 Perfectionism as a Lifestyle 54:39About Dr. David BullisDr. David P. Bullis, PhD has been a practicing psychologist since 1994 and devoted his professional life to helping people cope with medical illnesses.  He has worked in a variety of settings over the years but currently is the Director of Behavioral Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center at Newton Wellesley Hospital as well as running his own private practice focused on coping.  He has worked with patients, and their families, helping them find the practical skills that restore a sense of control while going through a process that can feel very overwhelming at times. He is the author of the new book: How to Get a Grip: Coping Strategies for Complicated Times: https://www.amazon.com/How-Get-Grip-Strategies-Complicated/dp/198227929X+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++About SurvivingBreastCancer.org. Survivingbreastcancer.org (SBC) was created in 2017 to help fill the gaps in breast cancer support, education, and resources. It was founded by Laura Carfang,  who was recently diagnosed at that time in her early 30’s.  Since 2017, SBC has grown exponentially, serving members in the global breast cancer community.  Over these past few years the SBC website has been visited by community members (over 1,000,000 page views) across 120+ plus countries, and Laura’s podcast, Breast Cancer Conversations has been listened to in over 80 countries. Leveraging technology and breaking down barriers to access and information, SBC puts the patient first, educating, encouraging and inspiring advocacy.  Community members are encouraged to participate in the various free programming, events and services and are all invited to contribute to resolving the growing needs of this population. Website:https://www.survivingbreastcancer.org/Donate NowPlease consider making a donation.https://www.survivingbreastcancer.org/donate-nowSupport the show
193. DIEP Flat Reconstruction – What you need to know about Changes in Insurance Codes Topics in today's Episode:Advice for women with genetic variants. 4:08 It’s not your fault. It is not. 16:43Adriana’s experience with breast surgery. 25:38What does it take for insurance to approve implants? 29:34Being denied DIEP Flap due to BMI 33:47The difference between the tram flap vs. the deep flap. 40:47The problem with the old tram flap code. 45:19Sharing the sacred stories of survivors. 52:25++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++About SurvivingBreastCancer.org. Survivingbreastcancer.org (SBC) was created in 2017 to help fill the gaps in breast cancer support, education, and resources. It was founded by Laura Carfang,  who was recently diagnosed at that time in her early 30’s.  Since 2017, SBC has grown exponentially, serving members in the global breast cancer community.  Over these past few years, the SBC website has been visited by community members (over 1,000,000 page views) across 120+ plus countries, and Laura’s podcast, Breast Cancer Conversations has been listened to in over 80 countries. Leveraging technology and breaking down barriers to access and information, SBC puts the patient first, educating, encouraging and inspiring advocacy.  Community members are encouraged to participate in the various free programming, events and services and are all invited to contribute to resolving the growing needs of this population. Website:https://www.survivingbreastcancer.org/Donate NowPlease consider making a donation.https://www.survivingbreastcancer.org/donate-nowSupport the show
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– Current Standard of Care for Early Stage Renal Cell Cancer
– Treatments for Metastatic Renal Cell Cancer
– New Treatment Approaches
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Advances in the Treatment of Renal Cell Cancer – Overview of Renal Cell Cancer, in the Context of COVID, Omicron & Seasonal Flu
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– Couples, Partners, Siblings & Friends
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A Better Patient Experience in the Management of Incidental Lung Nodules Recognizing the need for better care coordination and prompted by the experience of a patient partner, WellSpan Health embarked on a multispecialty effort to reimagine how incidental nodules are managed through the lens of the Quadruple Aim: improving the patient and provider experience, lowering per capita cost of care, and optimizing the health of populations. The new care delivery model identifies, implements, and expedites patient lung nodule care in real time and provides consistent follow-up along the continuum of care. The result: patient outcomes are optimized by early intervention of undiagnosed lung cancer. This care delivery model for incidental lung nodule findings can serve as a springboard for other incidental findings and help detect other early carcinomas. Guest: Nikhilesh Korgaonkar, MD, MBA, FACS Thoracic Surgeon Chief Medical Officer Wellspan Health Cancer Institute “One thing I will say is that I cannot understate the importance of marking sure all the stakeholders are on board with a program like this. We have stakeholders in radiology, in primary care, in pulmonology, and, of course, in administration. And this program is the result of making sure everyone was on the same page with the goals and the desired outcomes of this program. And that really set this program for success.” Read more in “Reimagining Healthcare for Incidental Lung Nodules” in Volume 38, Number 2, Oncology Issues. Resources: ·       Oncology Capture of ED Patients with Incidental Radiologic Findings ·       Addressing ED Incidental Imaging Findings Through Navigation ·       A Small, Island Community Hospital Removes Barriers to Lung Cancer Screening and Detection ·       Engaging Patients & Assisting Primary Care Physicians in Lung Cancer Screening ·       The Rapid Access Chest and Lung Assessment Program ·       Development & Evolution of an Incidental Lung Lesion Program
Autistic Assemble: Valid and Autism – With Jennifer In today's episode I am joined with Jennifer who is Autistic who was diagnosed April 2022 last year the assessment was in February so between a feel months but must of felt like a eternity. We discover similarities between our diagnosis although the 8 year gap between diagnosis's, we both found it accept to accept the diagnosis at first as soon as we found the Autistic community that's when we did start to accept being Autistic.
We talk about range of different things, we find we are sensory and get really irritated by certain noises, soft noises that it wouldn't impact every person, we talk about eye contact and following on reading a book with a class at school that was really hard for us without loosing concentration.
Jennifer points out the expectance when during a conversation people expect us to answer a conversation topic what we are talking about straight away without thought! couldn't agree more! so response can't focus on reality! which links into process speed.
We move on to talk about sarcasm and masking how both of us have experienced this. So much discussed in today's episode and a first podcast appearance for Jennifer!
great advise from Jennifer: "Don't feel pressured to feel any particular way to be autistic and all opinions and thought's of being valid, within diagnosis of all forms, self diagnosis too!"
Thank you again Jennifer, you was awesome!
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Autistic Assemble: Football coaching/Podcasting – With Dominic In today's fist episode of the day I am joined with Dominic fellow podcaster Dominic's podcast is called "The World according to the autistic Kid" On Dominic's podcast show he focuses on autism, but has a slash of football coaching content in there too!
Dominic was diagnosed with Autism age of 9 years same age as podcast host Mason. We talk about the pros and cons about getting diagnosed at this age and what life was growing up within masking and not being ourselves. We go on to speak being podcasters the process of it all both starting our podcast shows in the first lockdown in the pandemic.
Dominic and Mason go on to speak about Coaching in Football Dominic is a full time football coach from an ages to 4 all the way up to the likes of 52 he has been doing this 2 years now, from coaching holiday camps to after school clubs. Mason says he want to get back into football coaching soon.
Dominic and Mason go on to talk about there own football clubs they support Leeds (Dominic) Ipswich Town (Mason) a great end to the discussion, and so good advise about autism and football from Dominic, saying "If you believe in something you can do it, if you want to do something do it you can!"
A great conversation between to podcasters who love the game!
Stay tuned in the future where Mason and Dominic will be doing a series between both podcasts about Autism, sports and football, keep an eye out for that!
But for now we hope you have enjoyed today's episode, and we will see you in the next one!
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Autistic Assemble: The power of Love for the Neurodivergent – With Nick In today's episode I am joined with fellow podcaster Nick in the latest episode of Autistic Assemble. Nick was diagnosed as autistic of of 7, Nick talks about his journey and about people different and how that isn't a bad thing! We do talk about a range of topics too! like sports!
Nick says he is a vice president at his university and wants to get autistic people more involved especially around politics, Nick discusses more about this. We also talk about love saying autistic and Neurodivergent people can have love it can just be harder to find but we can do things!
So much discussed in today's episode, it was a really good, it's Nicks first podcast he has been on apart from his own one "Neurodivergent chat!" go check it out who knows Mason might be involved in the next series!
Great advise by Nick – "Never give up!"
Thank you again Nick you was amazing!
Easter podcast Special: Inclusivity for Autistic People, Special needs to the Police force – With Molly Here we go! It's podcast day and it's this year's Easter podcast Special, happy Easter everyone! Today I am joined with Molly we know each other from the special needs school I went to Molly worked there as an assistant teacher with young people and supported people who are autistic and social skills. We both support Ipswich and often spot each other at away games sometimes! Molly worked at the school I went to for 6 years and now works for the Police and has now been now for 3 years.
Molly explains in this episode how the police are not scary and just want to help people, I asked Molly, "Do you have a proud moment while working as a police women ? … Molly's response " My most proud moment was when I got call about somebody who communicated with sign language and I was the only person who could understand sign language as i learned in at the special needs school I worked Market fields" Molly also said that individual was autistic! I think is really special, flash from the past bringing your experience into the police force and supporting autistic people.
We also talk about sensory rooms and being sensory in a indoor setting and at football games, more things for autistic people to get involve in is great. I also speak about my mainstream school life experience and going onto Market fields.
So much discussed in this wonderful episode and a great catch up!
Thank you again Molly you was great!
Autistic Assemble: The Journey of stand up comedy – With Luke In today's episode I am joined with Luke who is Autistic who was diagnosed at 7 years old. Today Luke talks about his journey with Autism, we talk about school life and education and the support and the language with words to used to be who are autistic are really important, we relate to our school life and the importance of being different!
We talk about comedy and distractions! Luke does a lot of stand up comedy and links it in with being Autistic, Luke says when he does stand up comedy he talks about his journey with Autism tells the audience a story, we have to admit, can beat a good story!
We also told about a mutual hobby "The Last of Us" favourite video and awesome television series adaption. hobbies/interests talked a lot in today's episode and it relates so much when your autistic!
Great conversation and advise with Luke.
Luke's advise: "if your autistic and scared from the world and how things will be for you, there are people who will understand and like your interests"
Thank you again Luke!
Autistic Assemble: Leadership development and coaching – With Jessica Michaels In today's episode I am joined with Jessica who is autistic and has ADHD too, Jessica was diagnosed with Autism in her late 30's so a adult diagnosis and a year alter received a diagnosis of ADHD. We discuss our diagnosis stories with one another. Jessica was a stand up comedian for a while before she was diagnosed with Autism, but says if he would ever go back into comedy again she tell stories of her life and share comedy look backs being autistic, like that's why i do that.
Jessica's day is leadership of development and training of mangers but on the side she does coaching where Jessica coaches autistic and Neurodivergent people so they can people mangers and leaders and Jessica does a lot of public speaking with different company's and provides recourses for people to have a better understanding and support which is hard to get and receive in this current era. We talk about speaking to leaders who can make a difference for the autistic community and wider out there! the truth is we just want to be listened to and understood.
We talk about how making friendships is hard Jessica shares her personal with making friendships, it's hard to make friends it's a real struggle, we speak about this in the episode. We also speak about experiences about getting bullied in school and not getting believed we say "The bullying pray on the vulnerable" it's really not nice to get bullied we both share experiences about that.
We also talk about say that interests lead to great friendships in the autistic community we learned from today's episode that Jessica really likes Doctor Who mutual interest and it's fantastic so many Neurodivergent people make friends and find themselves by watching/Doing things they love!
great advise from Jessica: Be you, do the things you love there are so many Neurodivergent people at Comic-Cons to meet the heroes we adore!
Thank you again Jessica, this was so much fun!
Autistic Assemble: Self Identity & Films – With Beartriz In today's episode we continue the series, we head to Chile for the first time ever! I'm am Joined with Beartriz who is autistic, she shares her journey on her first ever podcast! Beartriz was diagnosed last year in November becasue she first discovered she might be autistic September 2022 last year. We talk about self discovery and identity too becasue it does take time!
Beartriz also has ADHD and was diagnosed when she was a child. We question ourselves and think is when we got our diagnosis of Autism the right time or would of it been more ideal, earlier and later on in life. Beartriz wants to be a English teacher and give people who haven't had the chance like Neurodivergent and autistic people!
A lot of discussion is about films/series talking about characters that show autistic traits, and the importance of her people show to be a character knowing reality from fiction. We both share experiences of Acting becasue we love it! we Identify we both love Doctor Who too!
Great advise from Beartriz: "To research about people who will diagnose you when you get diagnosed, do your homework!"
Thank you again Beatriz! You was amazing!
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Autistic Assemble: Painting on the spectrum – With Kenny In today's episode I am joined with Kenny who has autism and ADHD. Kenny was diagnosed with ADHD during childhood and was diagnosed with Autism in 2019. Kenny shares his journey love for painting and art. We have a good time speaking about our interests!
We talk about autistic burnout and how that affects us and our interests, Kenny talks about his interests for dinosaurs and we share a interest in teddies and collecting plushies which is awesome!
We share our stories getting bullied and trying to copy people to fit which isn't a bad thing! Kenny say's autistic people do support him and his artwork!
Great conversation with Kenny! and good advise and being accepted!
Thank you Kenny!
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Autistic Assemble: Growing up and the future – With Martin Today I am joined with Martin who is autistic and was diagnosed when he was 5 in the 1990's and explains there wasn't much knowledge about autism back then. The focus on today's episode is growing up with autism and the future, Martin talks about his journey!
Martin talks about the support he got growing up with autism and also how it can be hard asking for help. Also martin says when talking about the future he wants to start his own company, do more public speaking talks and write another book perhaps a sequel to his first book. Yes Martin is a author Martin write a book which released in 2020 talking about his life with autism, including school life, growing up. the future and his Mum adds her thoughts from a parents perspective. Martin helps people such as some newly diagnosed children's parents so they have a better understanding and he hopes his big helps a lot of people. Martin has also one an award with book!
Which leads us onto hobbies, Martin loves photography and sports!
A great quote to finish the episode from Martin " An arrow can only be shot by being drawn back when life is dragging you back with difficulties it means it will launch you into something greater so hold on and keep aiming"
Thank you again Martin you was fantastic and a great conversation!
Autistic Assemble: Accommodation & Theatre ableism/ Organisations – With Actor Michael In today's episode I am joined with Michael who is Autistic diagnosed the age of 2 years old Talks about his autistic journey. Michael says he was brought up in the world to think autism is a really bad thing from a organisations, we talk about organisations onto more depth and Michael shares his journey around this in 2021 finding out in the community of Autism that being autistic isn't a bad thing it is a good thing!
We also share and talk about theatre/ableism in theatre where Autistic people are talked over and more definitely needs to be done not just on stage but also off stage too. Which leans nicely into accommodation, as autistic people we want to be accepted.
So much discussed in today's episode give it a listen, every story matters.
Great advise from Michael: " Community is the antifiest of capitalism"
"don't speak over multi marginalised people!"
Thank you again Michael on your first podcast, here is to many more to come!
Autistic Assemble: Drawing and Autism – With Charlie Today I am joined with Charlie who is an ambassador for the Multi Schools Council and has been for 6 months now. Charlie was diagnosed with Autism in 2021, he said his reaction when he found out that Charlie was shocked. Charlie hobbies are Pokémon, Wednesday the series which has moved so many autistics! Charlie says he could talk all day long about his hobbies and interests!
Charlie talks about his love and passion for drawing! he draws things that interest him, he has drawn Thing from the show Wednesday that took him an hour to do it does depend what he is drawing ;like for instance a Pokémon ball would take a short limited amount of time to sketch.
Charlie answered this question I asked him… ? What's the best part about having Autism ? Charlie's response: "Becasue I am different, if i was the same people would know what I'm going to say before i have said it, difference is good"
Thank you again Charlie for a great conversation,
See you all in the next episode!
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Military/Autism The Ukrainian War: With Aaron Bouma In today's episode I am joined with Aaron Bouma who is from Canada, diagnosed with Autism age of 3 years old. He is a autism advocate and military model woodworker. He does a lot of projects within autism and mental health, and guides for Autistic people.
We talk about the ongoing War in Ukraine, how it effects autistic people, and we say the pandemic is not over, not for everyone. We go on to say a lot autistic people have Autism, and something else if it's part of Neurodivergent or something else this is quite common now.
We say that autism isn't a disease, and we talk about our special interests,
Good advise by Aaron,
Thank you again we hope you all enjoy this episode!
See you all in the next one while we pray for everyone in Ukraine!
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Autistic Assemble: School life as a autistic person – With Ambassador Jonathan In today's episode of Autistic Assemble I am joined with Fellow Multi schools – Council ambassador Jonathan who has been an ambassador for 4 years now. Jonathan has Autism and Dysgraphia , he diagnosed was autism when he 7 years old.
Jonathan talks about his school life currently and the strike system. We both think a lot of change needs to be done to support autistic people, Jonathan talks about his Ipswich Town experiences seeing them play,
And we go onto speaking a special interest of ours in Doctor Who, where autism is very relevant to the conversation!
Best quote and relation to Jonathan is "We're different people" from Doctor Who which relates to Jonathan and Autism as a whole really becasue we are all different.
Some advise from Jonathan is "We are all unique"
Thank you again Jonathan, good conversation!
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Autistic Assemble: Cerebral Palsy & Autism – With Matilda In today's episode I am joined with Matilda Who was diagnosed With autism at the age of 17 years old, Matilda talks about the journey that she has been on and Matilda talks about her diagnosis and tells us why she has decided to advocate for autism!
Matilda also has Cerebral Palsy from birth and tells us what's it's like for her and why she decides to advocate for Cerebral Palsy and autism, we talk about a range of topics within being Neurodivergent!
It's a really great episode!
Matilda gives some advise and says: "Delve into your interests"
Thank you again Matilda!
Autistic Assemble: From a Father's perspective – Autism journey with Ron In today's episode I am joined with Father Ron who is the Father of Jonathan who was on yesterday's episode. Ron gives us an insight of a parent experience of someone getting diagnosed with Autism. When Jonathan was diagnosed with Autism in 2015 Ron said he and his partner didn't know much about Autism and was given a leaflet and told to go home, Ron feels there isn't much support fir Parents of children who are Neurodivergent.
We talk about a range of topics, Friendship and transitioning from primary school to mainstream. Lots of good information within the discussion,
Ron talks about some autism books about training course to understand better for Jonathan and the Neurodivergent community! Ron journey is to help as many as he can! and is about to start and Mental health and Autism course!
We also have a discussion how far the Multi Schools Council has come over 10 years! and even have conversation about Ipswich Town our Club!
Thank you again Ron, always a pleasure!
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– Current Standard of Care
– Novel Treatment Approaches
– Immunotherapy
– Electric Field Treatments
– Clinical Trial Updates
– How Research Contributes to Your Treatment Options
– Managing Symptoms & Treatment Side Effects
– The Role of Rehabilitation Medicine
– Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments with Your Health Care Team, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions & Discussion of OpenNotes
– Key Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team about Quality-of-Life Concerns
– Questions for Our Panel of Experts
– Review of Potential Side Effects with Guidelines for Follow-Up Care
– Managing Rash & Dry Skin
– Tips to Cope with Flu-Like Symptoms, including Fever
– Dealing with Fatigue
– Controlling Diarrhea
– Reporting Treatment Si” id=”APBnRAOotmM” vid=”APBnRAOotmM” id-for-player=”APBnRAOotmM” link=”/listen/managing-the-side-effects-of-immunotherapy-APBnRAOotmM/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Managing the Side Effects of Immunotherapy – How the Side Effects of Immunotherapy Differ from Chemotherapy Side Effects
– Review of Potential Side Effects with Guidelines for Follow-Up Care
– Managing Rash & Dry Skin
– Tips to Cope with Flu-Like Symptoms, including Fever
– Dealing with Fatigue
– Controlling Diarrhea
– Reporting Treatment Side Effects & Discomfort to the Health Care Team
– Tips to Manage Treatment Side Effects & Discomfort
– The Role of Activity/Exercise in Managing Treatment Side Effects
– Key Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team about Quality-of-Life Concerns
– The Increasing Role of Telehealth & Telemedicine
– Questions for Our Panel of Experts
– Current Standard of Care for Early Stage Renal Cell Cancer
– Treatments for Metastatic Renal Cell Cancer
– New Treatment Approaches
– Targeted Cancer Therapies
– The Role of Clinical Trials
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Advances in the Treatment of Renal Cell Cancer – Overview of Renal Cell Cancer, in the Context of COVID, Omicron & Seasonal Flu
– Current Standard of Care for Early Stage Renal Cell Cancer
– Treatments for Metastatic Renal Cell Cancer
– New Treatment Approaches
– Targeted Cancer Therapies
– The Role of Clinical Trials
– How Research Contributes to Your Treatment Options
– Managing Side Effects, Symptoms, Discomfort & Pain
– Nutrition & Hydration Concerns & Tips
– Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions & Discussion of OpenNotes
– Key Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team about Quality-of-Life Concerns
– Questions for Our Panel of Experts

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EP 48: Can Exercise Help Children With Autism w/Thomas Henley Autistic content creator, podcaster, and life coach Thomas Henley joined us this week to discuss the role fitness can play in the lives of autistic children. Could regular exercise help keep autistic children regulated and prevent meltdowns? 

We also talked about Thomas' prolific output on social media as well as our thoughts on the ways toxic masculinity hurt autistic people. 

This episode was a banger.

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Episode 66: Dr. Michelle Ludwig Michelle Ludwig, MD, MPH, PhD Description: In this episode, Baylor College of Medicine Associate Professor Dr. Michelle Ludwig discusses navigating life as a deaf individual. Listen or read along as she and Dr. Meeks converse about accommodations in medical school and beyond, the importance of self-advocacy, and the benefits of mentorship through The Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses.  Bio:  Dr. Ludwig is an associate professor of radiation oncology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.  She went to Purdue University for undergraduate work, received her medical degree and master of public health degree from Emory University and completed residency at MD Anderson Cancer Center, and then served there as faculty there for 3 years. Additionally, she completed her Ph.D. in epidemiology at The University of Texas School of Public Health at Houston. She currently specializes in breast and gynecological cancer, including a high volume of gynecologic brachytherapy, and her research interests include cancer prevention, health education and clinical trials. Her career goals are to improve the oncologic care of breast and gynecological cancer patients by studying to improve radiation treatment and training the next generation of learners.  Since the age of 2, she has been profoundly deaf and is the faculty sponsor for the Baylor group for students with disabilities.  She is active with AMPHL (American Medical Professionals with Hearing Loss), reads lips and currently has her second Canine Companions hearing dog, Pam.   Transcript: https://bit.ly/Episode66_Transcript Key Words: DHOH, radiation oncology, Deaf, Service Dog, Sign Language Interpreting, Captioning, accommodations, medical education, operating room, AMPHL.
Monday, April 10, 2023 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Monday, April 10th, 2023 for All SignsDate: Today is Monday, April 10th, 2023Movement of planets: The Sun is in Aries, The Moon is in 13 degrees SagittariusSun: 20 degrees Aries trine Moon, conjunct Jupiter.Moon: 13 degrees Sagittarius trine Jupiter.Mercury: 9 degrees Taurus sextile Mars, conjunct North Node.Venus: 29 degrees Taurus square Saturn, sextile Neptune, trine Pluto.Mars:  8 degrees Cancer trine Saturn, sextile North Node.Jupiter:   21 degrees Aries.Saturn:  3 degrees Pisces sextile North Node.Uranus:  17 degrees Taurus.Neptune: 26 degrees Pisces.Pluto: 0 degrees Aquarius square North Node.South Node: 4 degrees ScorpioNorth Node:  4 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tuesday, April 11, 2023 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Tuesday, April 11th, 2023 for All SignsDate: Today is Tuesday, April 11th, 2023Movement of planets: The Sun is in Aries, The Moon is in 27 degrees SagittariusSun: 21 degrees Aries trine Moon, conjunct Jupiter, square Pluto.Moon: 27 degrees Sagittarius trine Jupiter, sextile Saturn, square Neptune, trine North Node.Mercury: 10 degrees Taurus sextile Mars, conjunct North Node.Venus: 0 degrees Gemini square Saturn, trine Pluto.Mars:  8 degrees Cancer trine Saturn, sextile North Node.Jupiter:   21 degrees Aries.Saturn:  3 degrees Pisces sextile North Node.Uranus:  17 degrees Taurus.Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces.Pluto: 0 degrees Aquarius square North Node.South Node: 4 degrees ScorpioNorth Node:  4 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wednesday, April 12, 2023 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Wednesday, April 12th, 2023 for All SignsDate: Today is Wednesday, April 12th, 2023Movement of planets: The Sun is in Aries, The Moon is in 7 degrees LeoSun: 22 degrees Aries conjunct Jupiter, square Pluto.Moon: 11 degrees Capricorn trine Mercury, opposite Mars, trine Uranus, trine North Node.Mercury: 11 degrees Taurus sextile Mars, conjunct Uranus.Venus: 1 degree Gemini square Saturn, trine Pluto.Mars:  9 degrees Cancer trine Saturn.Jupiter:   21 degrees Aries.Saturn:  3 degrees Pisces sextile North Node.Uranus:  17 degrees Taurus.Neptune: 26 degrees Pisces.Pluto: 0 degrees Aquarius square North Node.South Node: 4 degrees ScorpioNorth Node:  4 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thursday, April 13, 2023 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Thursday, April 13th, 2023 for All SignsDate: Today is Thursday, April 13th, 2023Movement of planets: The Sun is at 23 degrees Aries. The Moon is at 25 degrees Capricorn.Sun: 23 degrees Aries square Pluto, conjunct Jupiter.Moon: 25 degrees Capricorn square Jupiter, trine VenusMercury: 12 degrees Taurus conjunct UranusVenus: 2 degrees Gemini square Saturn, trine PlutoMars: 9 degrees Cancer trine SaturnJupiter: 22 degrees AriesSaturn: 3 degrees Pisces sextile North NodeUranus: 17 degrees TaurusNeptune: 26 degrees PiscesPluto: 0 degrees Aquarius conjunct the MoonNorth Node: 4 degrees Taurus RetrogradeSouth Node: 4 degrees Scorpio Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Friday, April 14, 2023 Cancer Horoscope Today Chart Notes for Friday, 14th April 2023Date: Today is Friday, April 14th, 2023Movement of planets: The Sun is in Aries, The Moon is in 13 degrees Aquarius.Sun: 24 degrees Aries square Pluto, conjunct Jupiter.Moon: 13 degrees Aquarius square Mercury and Uranus, trine VenusMercury: 13 degrees Taurus sextile Mars, conjunct UranusVenus: 4 degrees Gemini square Saturn, trine PlutoMars: 10 degrees Cancer trine SaturnJupiter: 22 degrees AriesSaturn: 4 degrees Pisces sextile North NodeUranus: 17 degrees TaurusNeptune: 26 degrees PiscesPluto: 0 degrees AquariusNorth Node: 4 Degrees Taurus RetrogradeSouth Node: 4 Degrees Scorpio Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Saturday, April 15, 2023 Cancer Horoscope Today Notes for Saturday, 15th April 2023Date: Today is Saturday, April 15th, 2023Movement of planets: The Sun is in Aries, The Moon is in 20 degrees Aquarius.Sun: 25 degrees Aries square Pluto, conjunct Jupiter, sextile MoonMoon: 20 degrees Aquarius square Mercury and Uranus, sextile Jupiter and the SunMercury: 13 degrees Taurus square the Moon, sextile Mars, conjunct UranusVenus: 4 degrees Gemini square Saturn, trine PlutoMars: 10 degrees Cancer trine SaturnJupiter: 22 degrees Aries conjunct the SunSaturn: 4 degrees Pisces sextile North NodeUranus: 17 degrees TaurusNeptune: 26 degrees PiscesPluto: 0 degrees AquariusNorth Node: 4 Degrees Taurus RetrogradeSouth Node: 4 Degrees Scorpio Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sunday, April 16, 2023 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Sunday, April 16th, 2023, for All Signs·  Date: 16th April 2023● Movement of planets: The Sun is in Aries. The Moon is in Pisces and Pluto transits into Aquarius. Sun: 26 degrees Aries Conjunction Jupiter and Square PlutoMoon: 8 degrees Pisces Square Venus; Trine Mars; Conjunction SaturnMercury: 14 degrees Taurus Sextile MarsVenus: 6 degrees Gemini Square Saturn and Trine Pluto Mars: 11 degrees Pisces Jupiter: 22 degrees AriesSaturn: 4 degrees Pisces Uranus: 17 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 26 degrees Pisces Pluto: 0 degrees Aquarius South Node: 4-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 4-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Monday, April 17, 2023 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Monday, April 17th, 2023, for All Signs·  Date: 17th April 2023● Movement of planets: The Sun and Jupiter are in Aries. The Moon is in Pisces and Pluto is in Aquarius. Sun: 27 degrees Aries Conjunction Jupiter and Square PlutoMoon: 22 degrees Pisces Conjunction NeptuneMercury: 14 degrees Taurus Sextile Mars and Conjunction UranusVenus: 7 degrees Gemini Square Saturn Mars: 11 degrees Pisces Jupiter: 23 degrees AriesSaturn: 4 degrees Pisces Uranus: 17 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 26 degrees Pisces Pluto: 0 degrees Aquarius South Node: 4-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 4-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From special ed to Dartmouth grad… Marcus Berg tells the remarkable story of how he was once a student in the special education program and how he went on to become a graduate of Dartmouth College and an alumna of Teach for America.
In episode 326, I sit down with my friend, songwriter Dani Saldo. We talk about her experiences being a songwriter with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and possibly a Traumatic Brain Injury. We talk about the hustle and grind culture of the music industry and how her disabilit” id=”2STaJi137ZA” vid=”2STaJi137ZA” id-for-player=”2STaJi137ZA” link=”/listen/episode-326-i-didnt-want-to-be-seen-as-the-disabled-artist-w-songwriter-dani-saldo-2STaJi137ZA/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 326: I didn’t want to be seen as “The Disabled Artist” w/ Songwriter Dani Saldo Episode Notes
In episode 326, I sit down with my friend, songwriter Dani Saldo. We talk about her experiences being a songwriter with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and possibly a Traumatic Brain Injury. We talk about the hustle and grind culture of the music industry and how her disabilities play a role in that, we explore disability grief, talk about talking about disability in music + so much more. Enjoy!
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In episode 327, I sit down with my new friend, queer disabled cartoonist and essayist, A Andrews.  We talk about their experiences being a queer disabled person with Spina Bifida.  We take a deep dive into our experiences of queerness and disability and it felt so good.  A talks about ” id=”9Hjm75dDCbt” vid=”9Hjm75dDCbt” id-for-player=”9Hjm75dDCbt” link=”/listen/episode-327-having-a-big-talk-about-queerness-and-disability-with-a-andrews-9Hjm75dDCbt/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 327: Having a Big Talk About Queerness and Disability with A Andrews Episode Notes
In episode 327, I sit down with my new friend, queer disabled cartoonist and essayist, A Andrews.  We talk about their experiences being a queer disabled person with Spina Bifida.  We take a deep dive into our experiences of queerness and disability and it felt so good.  A talks about their book A Quick & Easy Guide to Sex and Disability, getting profiled in The Advocate, saying sorry as a reflex to being disabled + so much more.  Enjoy!   
Follow A Andrew’s here: linktr.ee/heyandrews
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SOME COMMON CAUSES OF THYROID IMBALANCE

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Natural Solutions To Thyroid Imbalance [Podcast Episode #166] In our last podcast episode #165, we discussed adrenal fatigue. When the adrenals are taxed then the thyroid is directly affected. 
SOME COMMON CAUSES OF THYROID IMBALANCE

Low levels of iodine, and other nutritional deficiencies, as well as certain drugs can cause the conversion of T4 (thyroxin), the lesser active thyroid hormone, into T3 (triiodothyronine), the necessary active form, to become blocked. T3 is about three times more potent than T4. Clinical symptoms, the entire endocrine system, and nutrition all need to be evaluated. It is possible to have a subclinical condition, which is difficult to detect.

Nutrient deficiencies, medications, including birth control pills, and diet all play a role in an inability for thyroid hormones to convert to their active states. Pesticides, fluoride, mercury, and lead are among the strong factors. Certain foods can be contributing factors to the alteration of T4, to T3 conversion. Soy is a food that is associated with blocking this conversion and reduces the ability of the thyroid to function. The artificial sweeteners sucralose (Splenda) and aspartame also create weaknesses in organs such as the liver that diminish nutrients needed by the thyroid.
Internal stressors, such as inflammation, also contribute to thyroid disorders. If the adrenal glands are imbalanced, there may be an imbalance in Cortisol levels. T3 only gets into the cells if there’s enough Cortisol. Hyperthyroidism, or an overactive thyroid, can cause symptoms such as nervousness, anxiety, rapid heart rate, sweating, fatigue, heat intolerance, hyperactivity, increased appetite, eye disorders, tremors, and weight loss. For this reason, the high quality lab Diagnos-Techs includes Gliadin testing (a derivative of gluten), in the saliva/adrenal test. Most natural practitioners carry these take-home tests in their offices…
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In episode 327, I sit down with my new friend, queer disabled cartoonist and essayist, A Andrews.  We talk about their experiences being a queer disabled person with Spina Bifida.  We take a deep dive into our experiences of queerness and disability and it felt so good.  A talks about ” id=”9HwiQUb2o5Y” vid=”9HwiQUb2o5Y” id-for-player=”9HwiQUb2o5Y” link=”/listen/episode-327-having-a-big-talk-about-queerness-and-disability-with-a-andrews-9HwiQUb2o5Y/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 327: Having a Big Talk About Queerness and Disability with A Andrews Episode Notes
In episode 327, I sit down with my new friend, queer disabled cartoonist and essayist, A Andrews.  We talk about their experiences being a queer disabled person with Spina Bifida.  We take a deep dive into our experiences of queerness and disability and it felt so good.  A talks about their book A Quick & Easy Guide to Sex and Disability, getting profiled in The Advocate, saying sorry as a reflex to being disabled + so much more.  Enjoy!   
Follow A Andrew’s here: linktr.ee/heyandrews
 Follow my work here: www.andrewgurza.com 
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– Review of Potential Side Effects with Guidelines for Follow-Up Care
– Managing Rash & Dry Skin
– Tips to Cope with Flu-Like Symptoms, including Fever
– Dealing with Fatigue
– Controlling Diarrhea
– Reporting Treatment Si” id=”AKxJvnI25kO” vid=”AKxJvnI25kO” id-for-player=”AKxJvnI25kO” link=”/listen/managing-the-side-effects-of-immunotherapy-AKxJvnI25kO/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Managing the Side Effects of Immunotherapy – How the Side Effects of Immunotherapy Differ from Chemotherapy Side Effects
– Review of Potential Side Effects with Guidelines for Follow-Up Care
– Managing Rash & Dry Skin
– Tips to Cope with Flu-Like Symptoms, including Fever
– Dealing with Fatigue
– Controlling Diarrhea
– Reporting Treatment Side Effects & Discomfort to the Health Care Team
– Tips to Manage Treatment Side Effects & Discomfort
– The Role of Activity/Exercise in Managing Treatment Side Effects
– Key Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team about Quality-of-Life Concerns
– The Increasing Role of Telehealth & Telemedicine
– Questions for Our Panel of Experts
It's Been a Year Since My Diagnosis with Maria Davis-Pierre LMHC Welcome to the Autism in Black Podcast, hosted by Maria Davis-Pierre, LMHC. In this episode Maria shares what has been happening in the year since receiving her autism diagnosis. Throughout this season, Maria will be discussing all things autism and the Black parent experience, with the goal of educating, supporting, and empowering Black parents to advocate not only for their children but themselves as well. Listeners can expect to hear from a variety of experts in the field, as well as personal stories from Black parents and personal stories from autistic individuals.  And don't forget to use the official hashtag for the podcast, #aibpod, when sharing your thoughts and feedback on social media. As a valuable resource for Black parents with autistic, Autism in Black® also offers a conference that provides an opportunity to connect with others and gain valuable resources. To learn more about the conference, visit http://www.autisminblack.org/conference2023 . To stay up-to-date with the latest episodes and connect with the Autism in Black Podcast community, follow them on Twitter @‌autisminblack, Instagram @‌autisminblack, and Facebook @‌autisminblk. And if you're enjoying the show, don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast on your favorite platform. Thank you for tuning in to the Autism in Black Podcast! For more information and other valuable resources, make sure to visit the website at www.autisminblack.org
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