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Updated On: Jul 18, 2022
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This Podcast Will Kill You This podcast might not actually kill you, but it covers so many things that can. Each episode tackles a different disease, from its history, to its biology, and finally, how scared you need to be. Ecologists and epidemiologists Erin Welsh and Erin Allmann Updyke make infectious diseases acceptable fodder for dinner party conversation and provide the perfect cocktail recipe to match.
Short Wave New discoveries, everyday mysteries, and the science behind the headlines — all in about 10 minutes, every weekday. It's science for everyone, using a lot of creativity and a little humor. Join host Emily Kwong for science on a different wavelength.If you're hooked, try Short Wave Plus. Your subscription supports the show and unlocks a sponsor-free feed. Learn more at plus.npr.org/shortwave
DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast The radio show/podcast educates the public on genetic and public health topics through event coverage, news stories, book/movie reviews, and interviews. Guest include genetic counselors, researchers, patient advocates and professors in the field of genetics.
Speaking of Psychology "Speaking of Psychology" is an audio podcast series highlighting some of the latest, most important and relevant psychological research being conducted today. Produced by the American Psychological Association, these podcasts will help listeners apply the science of psychology to their everyday lives.
Precision Evidence At the Precision Evidence Podcast, we go beyond the abstract of medical papers to find medical research relevant and meaningful to patients and healthcare professionals and separate the news from the fake news in medicine. Finding, evaluating, and using clinical trials with relevant outcomes for patients and Evidence-Based Medicine is the focus of the podcast’s analysis of medical papers, discussions, and interviews with stakeholders. Hosted by Dr. Kim Kristiansen, M.D., and JG Staal.
Twitter: @PrecisionEBM email us at podcast@precision-evidence.com

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The Human Body Listen to some of the best podcasts about anatomy and physiology here! Explore podcasts about how the human brain functions, the sensory organs, diseases, and much more. Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons
Highlights: Stem Cell Biology with Rebecca Lim (#1) Highlights from STEAM Powered's conversation with Rebecca Lim, Stem Cell Biologist, and related topics. STEAM Powered

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Ivan Jarry: Transplanting the seamlessness of consumer health to clinical trials We speak to CEO of ObvioHealth, Ivan Jarry, about how clinical trials conducted for consumer products are different from trials in pharma and biotech - and how working with these has enabled ObvioHealth to create a holistic solution for decentralised trials. When COVID came, ObvioHealth’s platform built for consumer products was what pharma and biotech needed to continue their ongoing trials in a decentralized environment. Starting in smaller settings and building out to more complex trials created a unique value proposition of a holistic end-to-end platform. Measurements at home with technology that is more accurate and less of a burden for the participant. Letting the patients enter data with a data stamp increases the accuracy of the data. But going even further, technology can measure the data on it’s own. Like measuring the crying episodes of infants by recording and analyzing sound, rather than burdening the parents with recording. Or taking a picture of stool and letting the algorithm rate it.Augmenting clinicians with digital technology has the potential to relieve some of the strain on healthcare, and increase access to marginalised groups to clinical trials - and also help identify more narrow patient populations for certain drug modalities. Notes: Guest Ivan Jarry: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivan-jarry-a1a09535/ ObvioHealth: https://www.obviohealth.com/
Peter Lu - Gastroparesis in Children In this episode, Dr. Jennifer Lee and Dr. Temara Hajjat speak with our very own Dr. Peter Lu about gastroparesis in children. Dr. Lu is Research Director of the GI Motility Center at Nationwide Children's Hospital. He is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Learning Objectives:To discuss the definition and causes of gastroparesis in pediatric patients.To understand the role of  gastric emptying scintigraphy in the diagnosis of gastroparesis.To review treatment of gastroparesis including use of medications and gastric electrical stimulation.As always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.This episode is eligible for CME credit!  Once you have listened to the episode, click this link to claim your credit.  Credit is available to NASPGHAN members (if you are not a member, you should probably sign up).  And thank you to the NASPGHAN Professional Education Committee for their review!Produced by: Jennifer LeeShow Links:Lu PL, Di Lorenzo C. Gastroparesis in the Pediatric Patient: Children are Not Little Adults. Gastrointest Disord. 2020, 2(2), 86-95Lu PL, Moore-Clingenpeel M, et al. The rising cost of hospital care for children with gastroparesis: 2004-2013. Neurogastroenterol Motil. 2016 Nov;28(11):1698-1704. Lu PL, Teich S, et al. Improvement of quality of life and symptoms after gastric electrical stimulation in children with functional dyspepsia. Neurogastroenterol Motil. 2013 Jul;25(7):567-e456. Orsagh-Yentis DK, Ryan K, et al. Gastric electrical stimulation improves symptoms and need for supplemental nutrition in children with severe nausea and vomiting: A ten-year experience. Neurogastroenterol Motil. 2021 Sep;33(9):e14199.Support the show
341. Leslie's Artichoke Dip Dr. Don and Professor Ben talk about the risks from Leslie Horton’s horrendous holiday artichoke dip that tastes like vinegar but has no vinegar. Dr. Don - not risky 👍🏼 Professor Ben - not risky 👍🏼 Woman Offers Her Signature Spinach Artichoke Dip To Anchors, Leaves Them Gagging On-Air (Video of Leslie Horton’s horrendous holiday artichoke dip goes viral | Globalnews.ca Amazon.com : Native Forest, Artichoke Hearts Marinated, 6 Ounce : Grocery & Gourmet Food Easy Marinated Artichokes Recipe | Allrecipes
The Radio Wave Mystery That Changed Astronomy In 1967 Jocelyn Bell Burnell made a discovery that revolutionized the field of astronomy. She detected the radio signals emitted by certain dying stars called pulsars. Today, Jocelyn's story. Scientist in Residence Regina G. Barber talks to Jocelyn about her winding career, her discovery and how pulsars are pushing forward the field of astronomy today.Have cosmic queries and unearthly musings? Contact us at shortwave@npr.org. We might open an intergalactic case file and reveal our findings in a future episode.
How To Brew Amazing Coffee With Science The perfect cup of joe might be a matter of taste, but knowing the science behind the coffee-making process could help you elevate your at-home brewing game. Today, barista champion Sam Spillman on the chemical processes behind coffee and her technical approach to the craft. Have your own approach to coffee chemistry? Tell us at shortwave@npr.org.
The Olfactory nerve & the special sense of smell (& flavour) Once termed the forgotten sense, olfaction or the sense of smell has seen a rise in interest in recent years due to the COVID 19 pandemic and the subsequent increase in hyposmia that the virus has left behind. In today’s episode, we explore the anatomy of the special sense of smell by looking at some of the detail of cranial nerve 1, the olfactory nerve. What is? Where is it? And what happens when it breaks?
Terms covered this week; Olfaction, olfactory epithelium, olfactory sensory neurones, & olfactory filaments. The bony anatomy of the ethmoid bone & cribriform plate. Finally the clinical terms of hyposmia, anosmia & cacosmia.
33 Speaker Series: Sleep Apnea & Pediatrics in the COVID Era With Anne Marie Morse Our own Adam Amdur is joined by Anne Marie Morse, DO. Dr. Morse is a board-certified and fellowship-trained pediatric neurologist. Her clinical interests include sleep-wake disorders in neurologic disease, narcolepsy and hypersomnia disorders and neuroimmunology. This conversation was originally streamed live as part of our speaker series.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
20 Will Headapohl: The Road to Patient Advocacy Today sleep apnea patient and board chair of the ASAA Will Headapohl sits down for an interview about his struggles with sleep apnea treatment and his road to patient advocacy. This interview was originally recorded in 2018. This stream can be viewed on YouTube, Facebook as well as sleephealth.orgThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
21 John Andrews: Sleep Apnea as a Navy Aviator Today former naval pilot John Andrews sits down for an interview about his path to a sleep apnea diagnosis. This interview was originally recorded in 2018.This stream can be viewed on YouTube, Facebook as well as sleephealth.orgThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
22 Eugena Brooks: Sleep Apnea and Hard Times Today Eugena Brooks sits down for an interview about her life before and after treatment. This interview was originally recorded in 2019.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
23 San Juanita: Life Before and After Treatment Today San Juanita sits down for an interview about her life with undiagnosed sleep apnea and how her life has changed after treatment. This interview was originally recorded in 2019.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
24 Celeste James: Getting the Correct Treatment Today Celeste James sits down for an interview about her struggle to get the correct CPAP treatment she needed. This interview was originally recorded in 2019.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
25 Paul Zuccarini: The Winding Path to Treatment Today Paul Zuccarini sits down for an interview about his road to treatment for sleep apnea. This interview was originally recorded in 2018.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
26 Roy Rada: An Atypical Case Today Roy Rada sits down for an interview about his atypical sleep apnea case, his battle with cancer, and his struggles with CPAP treatment. This interview was originally recorded in 2018.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
27 Stacy Quo: Orthodontics and Sleep Apnea Today Orthodontist Stacy Quo sits down for an interview about how orthodontic surgery relates to sleep apnea treatment. This interview was originally recorded in 2018 for Sleeptember. This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
28 Paul Blumstein: Snoring and Warning Signs Today Paul Blumstein sits down for an interview about how his struggles with snoring led to his sleep apnea diagnosis. This interview was originally recorded in 2018 for Sleeptember. This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
29 Speaker Series: Dr. Azizi Seixas - COVID-19 and Underserved Communities Today, Dr. Azizi Seixas from NYU Langone Health (and Sleep Apnea Patient Advocate) discusses with the panel how COVID-19 is affecting at-risk, minority and under-served populations in NYC.  This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
30 Speaker Series: Janet Freeman-Daily, Lung Cancer Patient Advocate Janet is a very active patient advocate in the Lung Cancer Community and also a Sleep Apnea Patient. She joins Marc Ostrick to discuss the overlapping needs of these communities and shares insight into how Patient Advocacy can be improved and expanded.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
31 Speaker Series: Dr. Sairam Parthasarathy Is this the second wave, or still the first? Adam Amdur is joined by Dr. Sairam Parthasarathy, a doctor on the front lines of the COVID pandemic. They'll be discussing the successes and failures of the efforts, and some straight talk about what comes next.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
32 Speaker Series: Ernestine Key This Episode was recorded live as part of our Speaker Series. Five years after a debilitating stroke, Fredrick Key sat down for a nap...and never woke up.Ernestine Key joins Adam Amdur to discuss how sleep apnea has impacted her family.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
34 Speaker Series: Dr. Sairam Parthasarathy Is this the second wave, or still the first? Adam Amdur is joined by Dr. Sairam Parthasarathy, a doctor on the front lines of the COVID pandemic. They'll be discussing the successes and failures of the efforts, and some straight talk about what comes next.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
35 Justine Amdur on Sleep Apnea Warning Signs Today, the American sleep apnea Association's Justine Amdur sits down with a Delaware radio station to highlight some of the risk factors and warning signs of sleep apnea. She also discusses how sleephealth.org's AWAKE Peer Mentor Program can help new CPAP users adjust to treatment.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
36 Speaker Series: A Family's Loss to Sleep Apnea ASAA honors Bryan Chaney, who passed away in his sleep due to complications related to #OSA at the age of 25. His parents have joined our mission to raise awareness and provide education to help individuals and their families get the diagnosis and care they need.  #sleepapnea is a serious condition that should not be ignored. Getting a diagnosis and using your prescribed treatment can be a matter of life or death.Join us for Sleep Apnea Awareness Day on March 20th! Raising awareness for all people, of all ages, to become empowered advocates for quality sleep for themselves and their loved ones. Know the Signs, Learn the Symptoms, and Get Help Today!This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
37 What is Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (UARS)? Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (UARS) brings more focus on the function of the nasal passage in an individual. While UARS may share many of the same symptoms with obstructive sleep apnea, disturbed sleep and consequent daytime impairment, and excessive daytime sleepiness #EDS, the testing results and treatment options can be different.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
38 Restless Leg Syndrome with Maureen Connelly, RN Today we're revisiting a fascinating conversation with Maureen Connelly, a registered nurse and Restless Leg Syndrome patient. Learn about her path to diagnosis, and treatments to get a quality night's sleep. This interview originally aired on February 9th, 2021.This episode includes a PSA by Theresa Shumard about the AWAKE Peer Mentor Program. For information on this program, please visit sleephealth.org.This stream can be viewed on YouTube and FacebookThe podcast is available thru Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, including our podcast archive where every episode is available to stream right from your browser.AWAKE:The Sleep Apnea Podcast,  is presented on Thursdays by sleephealth.org, the American Sleep Apnea Association. We'd love to hear your questions or comments - email us at It is the mission of the American Sleep Apnea Association to improve the lives of sleep apnea patients.We accomplish this mission through education, services, peer-support, research, and advocacy.Sleephealth.org depends upon donations from people like you to continue its work.  You can help!  Making a tax-deductible donation through our secure server is fast and easy.  When we receive your donation, we will mail you a written acknowledgment  for tax purposes.  Click here to contribute.  Thank you for your support!Theme Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3635-deliberate-thoughtLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/If you, or a loved one has sleep apnea or questions about sleep apnea, go to sleepahealth.org for more information.Support the show
Phenomenal Case Acceptance Communication is key to case acceptance. You need to make a personal connection with each of your patients. Take the time to address your weaknesses.  Email DrRasner@aol.com with any questions or comments you may have, as well as topics for discussion.   Other places you can connect with Dr. Rasner:   Our Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/DrStevenRasnerDMD  On the web here https://rasnerinstitute.com/ On Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/RasnerInstitute/   and here https://www.facebook.com/DrRasner  On Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/stevenl.rasner/?hl=en  And on Twitter here https://twitter.com/RasnerInstitute  He also runs a Facebook group for dentists who wish to remain independent here Lionhearted: Clinicians Who Won't Quit.
Chuck and Chris Talk Elbow OCDs Season 3, Episode 31.  Chuck and Chris share exciting podcast milestone and announce a new giveaway to celebrate.  And then, we get down to a new topic- capitellar OCD, osteochondral defect, aka osteochondritis dissecans.  We share thoughts on diagnosis and treatment- what works, what doesn't, and so much more.Subscribe to our newsletter:  https://wustl.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=c6fe13919f69cbe248767c4e8&id=10e0c1dd85 Please complete NEW Survey: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=taPMTM1xbU6XS02b65bG1s4ZpoRI9wlPhXnSF2MnEXxURVRNVDNBMEVSMU1CWFpIQVA4SEtMTFcyMS4uAs always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion music.theupperhandpodcast.wustl.edu.
Circulation August 16, 2022 Issue This week, please join author Philipp Lurz and Editorialist Daniel Burkhoff as they discuss the article "Characteristics of Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction Across the Range of Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction" and the editorial "HF?EF: The Mysterious Relationship Between Heart Failure and Ejection Fraction Continues." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. We're your co-host. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor, Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Carolyn Lam: I just cannot wait to tell you about today's feature discussion, Greg. It's about heart failure with preserved ejection fraction and characteristics in the range of that ejection fraction that's above 50%. So, okay. I know, I know. It's like, "Oh my gosh. Wow. How much are we going to be talking about this ejection fraction thing?" But I'm telling you, everybody has to listen to this. It's really a big stride forward in our understanding of these patients with heart failure and a higher ejection fraction. Plus it includes one of my mentors from Mayo Clinic days, and I just can't wait for everyone to hear this. But before we go there, we've got really, really cool original papers in today's issue too. Would you like to start first? Dr. Greg Hundley: You bet Carolyn, and I can't wait for that feature discussion, especially this is a real area of your expertise. So listeners, hold on for that feature discussion. Well, my first paper, Carolyn, really pertains to physical activity. And Carolyn, the study is led by Dr. Don Hoon Lee from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. And it evaluated a total of 116,000 adults from two large prospective US cohorts, the Nurse's Health Study and the Health Professional's Follow up Study that took place from 1988 to 2018. And they were examining self-reported leisure time physical activity and assessed the association between long term leisure time physical activity intensity and all cause and cause specific mortality. Dr. Greg Hundley: Now Carolyn, two types of physical activity were assessed. First, moderate physical activity and we're going to abbreviate that as MPA and that was 150 to 300 minutes per week, which is really recommended. Or second, vigorous physical activity for which it's really recommended that one performs 75 to 150 minutes per week. Now, Carolyn, as you know, some individuals accomplish both of these in their routine, some neither, some one or the other. And so it really remains unclear whether higher levels of long term vigorous or moderate are independently or perhaps jointly associated with lower mortality. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh, that's so interesting, Greg. Quick, quick, quick, tell us the results. Dr. Greg Hundley: Right Carolyn. So the nearly maximum association with lower mortality overall was achieved by performing approximately 150 to 300 minutes per week of long term leisure time vigorous physical activity or 300 to 600 minutes per week of long term leisure time moderate physical activity or an equivalent combination of both, so mixing those minutes. Also Carolyn, very interestingly, higher levels, suppose you go beyond those limits of either long term leisure time vigorous physical activity of more than 300 minutes per week or moderate physical activity of more than 600 minutes per week did not show clearly further lower all cause cardiovascular disease or non-cardiovascular disease mortality and nor did they show harm. So if you went above those thresholds, you really didn't experience greater harm. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Thanks, Greg. You know I'm going to be trying to apply that. That's so cool. All right. Well the next paper refers to the Cabana Trial, which I'll remind you is a trial in which catheter ablation did not significantly reduce the primary endpoint of death, disabling stroke, serious bleeding or cardiac arrest compared to drug therapy by intention to treat, but did improve quality of life and freedom from atrial fibrillation recurrence. In Cabana, the heart failure subgroup, ablation appeared to improve both survival and quality of life. The current paper led by Dr. Mark and colleagues from Duke Clinical Research Institute looked at the cost effectiveness of this ablation versus angio-rhythmic drug therapy in atrial fibrillation and which was a pre-specified Cabana secondary endpoint. Dr. Greg Hundley: Ah, Carolyn. So what did they find? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well in this trial based economic evaluation, catheter ablation was estimated to cost $57,893 per QALY or Quality Adjusted Life Year gained compared to drug therapy in the overall cohort. And this wa
Here To Chew Bubblegum Episode 93 Episode 93 is here for all your ear candy pleasure, or not so pleasurable due to Goose’s voice. His voice is shot, but he powers through with Dirty Dan and Rebecca in this week’s episode to bring you listener e-mail, and a little talk about Anne Heche, open up the show. In Segment 1 we discuss the United States Antarctic Program that was found in 1959 and is still ongoing today with an annual budget over 350 million. Trauma and how to cope with it is talked about in Segment 3 and Rebecca provides a new question of the week.
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What a lifetime of gaslighting by other doctors feels like "Ehlers-Danlos syndrome patients take an average of 10 years to be diagnosed. In that time, the pain from microtrauma and joint instability can become unbearable. “Just exercising more” can backfire, causing injury and disability and creating a cycle of added stress from chronic illness. But the biggest challenge is when our physicians are our opposition. It’s been more than 20 years since the first time I tried to convince a doctor to believe me. I was just a child, and the trauma of repeated dismissal still haunts me at every new appointment. Thankfully, I am a physician myself now, and I am no longer powerless. I can advocate for myself AND my patients in ways most people cannot. I can navigate the system and find specialists independently. But I shouldn’t have to, and neither should our patients. And none of us should fear what our doctors say about us when they leave the room." Sarah Cohen Solomon and Linda Bluestein are physicians. They share their stories and discuss the KevinMD article, "What a lifetime of gaslighting by other doctors feels like." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
Preserving humanity in the ICU "Five days before this story begins, where everything is upside down, and the end is the beginning. Me, standing in my PICU, slowly approaching that cradle, then removing the medication, one by one, turning off the syringe pumps. Saying out loud the number of milliliters passed, where that line is trapped, that little division between the professional and me, the person. Where I stopped being a doctor and became a woman holding a baby." Sylvia Belda-Hofheinz is a pediatric intensivist in Spain. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "A dead baby in my arms." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
Are you ready to hear the truths about perfectionism? "Are you a perfectionist? Did you know that perfectionists are actually some of the biggest procrastinators? Yes, really. In theory, perfectionism sounds like a good thing. Who doesn’t want to do and be their best? It can even seem like a harmless way to motivate yourself. But the reality is, nothing is perfect. What does “perfect” even mean? What does it look like? Who has the instruction manual? It’s different for everyone. What’s “perfect” in your eyes may not be perfect in someone else’s eyes and vice versa. As you can see, there is no end to this game. There is no way to win." Cindy Tsai is an internal medicine physician and can be reached on Twitter @cindytsaimd. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Perfectionism is a myth: Are you ready to hear the truths about perfectionism?" Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
A medical student's advocacy journey "As I looked across the boxes on my screen, I saw the gleaming faces of my peers. Just as it did then, and as it has for countless of my peers since, involvement in the Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA) Advocacy Day showed me the difference that medical student voices make." Scott Landman is an osteopathic medical student. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Student advocacy through the Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA)." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
Do You Feel Confident Speaking Up About Other People's Mistakes? - Mark Turner | VETchat by The Webinar Vet Joining Anthony for this episode of VETchat by The Webinar Vet is Mark Turner, Small Animal Practitioner and Course Director at VetQIT, a consultancy helping practices integrate quality improvement into everything that they do.
In this episode, Anthony and Mark Discuss patient safety and quality improvement, ensuring we learn from our mistakes, and what contributes to the culture in practice. They also talk about whether new graduates are less confident, the issues that come with hierarchical structures and not feeling able to speak up, and Mark explains what his company VetQIT are about.
Learn more about VetQIT here
The orphan drug entrepreneur In this episode of Molecule to Market, you’ll go inside the outsourcing space of the global drug development sector with Evelyn Kelly, Chief Executive Officer at Orphan Drug Consulting. Your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology supply chain with Evelyn, covering:

A deep dive into the world of orphan drugs, rare diseases and personalised medicines including the background, evolution and fast growth of the area.
The revolution in drug development that we are living right now and what this means for CROs, CDMOs and vendors in the space.
The scary phase of being a start up along with the importance of having purpose as your motivation and being prepared to step-up.
The non-covid impact of covid of the health of the population and the set-back it caused for small biotechs.
Pearls of wisdom for ambitious young female leaders navigating their careers in the pharma and biopharma space.


Evelyn has over 15 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry in both distribution and orphan drug companies, working across supply chain, quality assurance and management roles. Evelyn brings years of experience in manufacturing and distributing orphan and speciality drugs to over 50 countries globally.She specializes in the management of supply via virtual, outsourced models and has been named as both a QP and RP on multiple licenses. She has held various positions in Shire, NPS Pharma and PTC Therapeutics and has designed and ran successful supply chains for different products.Evelyn founded Orphan Drug Consulting in 2017, with the vision of supporting companies across the drug development cycle. She holds a Master of Pharmacy from Robert Gordon University and a Master of Business from the Irish Management Institute. She also acts as Adjunct Associate Professor for the School of Pharmacy, Trinity College, Dublin. In 2022, she was named as a finalist in EY Entrepreneur of the Year.

Please subscribe, tell your industry colleagues and join us in celebrating and promoting the value and importance of the global life science outsourcing space. We’d also appreciate a positive rating!

Molecule to Market is sponsored and funded by ramarketing. An international content, design and digital agency that helps companies in life sciences, get noticed.
Limit Screen Time to Increase Physical Activity - Frankly Speaking Ep 289 Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
 
CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-289
Overview: Excessive screen time has been associated with numerous adverse health outcomes. Join us for a look at a fascinating new study that explores how limiting screen time can increase physical activity in children. Listen to this brief podcast before you counsel your next patient on how screen time can affect their children’s (and their) health.
Episode resource links:

Pedersen J,et al. Effects of Limiting Recreational Screen Media Use on Physical Activity and Sleep in Families With Children: A Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Pediatr. 2022 May 23:e221519
 


Screen Time and Children. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: https://www.aacap.org/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Facts_for_Families/FFF-Guide/Children-And-Watching-TV-054.aspx


Guest: Alan Ehrlich MD, FAAFP
 
Music Credit: Richard Onorato
Weirdhouse Cinema: Thrilling Bloody Sword In this episode of Weirdhouse Cinema, Rob and Joe discuss the 1981 Taiwanese fantasy adventure “Thrilling Bloody Sword.” This relentlessly psychotronic adventure isn’t easy to find, but rewards the seeker with bumbling dwarves, rampaging monsters and face-melting magic.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From the Vault: Musical Frisson In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Joe is joined by producer and host of the Rusty Needle's Record Club podcast Seth Nicholas Johnson to talk about that moment when a song sends a shiver down your spine. (Originally published 6/10/2021)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Adaptive Abby Springman: Serving Creative Small Business Through "Cool" Brand Photography. About:

In this episode, Glenn spoke with Abby Springmann of Abby Grace Photography.Glenn has been inspired by the story of how Abby’s prayers were answered after experiencing a setback during the adoption process. Abby’s Abby Grace Photography has allowed her to foster her passion and help support her family. Abby is a brand photographer for “high-performing, creative small business owners.” She loves capturing the images that become eye-catching facets of a brand’s website, from its sales to its funnel opt-in page. Although Abby says this work is her “sweet spot,” she began in another niche. Her business was born after college when she realized she could make a living combining two of her favorite things: photography and weddings. Abby realized that her blooming success came from “approaching brand photography like a marketer, not like a photographer who wanted to come in and take a bunch of cute photographs… the approach itself had not been done before; nobody was doing it like I was.”Soon, photographers flocked to Abby in hopes she could teach them how to emulate her success. That’s when Abby created a course—Brand Photography Academy.Those interested in working with Abby can visit abbygracephotography.com and get on a call to ensure her services are a good fit. Abby emphasizes that she wants her clients to be successful; she’ll help you consider whether your business is in a good place to invest in a full brand session. If not, Abby is willing to refer businesses to other qualified professionals in the industry.

Big Entrepreneur 3: 

Stop Running Your To-Do List Out of Your Inbox.

Stop running your to-do list out of your inbox.” She does not keep emails on her phone— “There’s no such thing as a brand photography emergency,” she says. Abby would rather her clients contact her via phone because, after all, no one gets paid to sort through emails. 

Consider Downloading the Freedom App.

Abby considers the “Freedom” app her #1 tool. It’s an app blocker that keeps Abby away from “any sites that I would go to out of boredom” and stops her from “spending time mindlessly scrolling.” You can set the duration of time you need to be distraction-free. Abby sets her block from 5 PM to 7 AM each day, as well as the whole weekend. 

Read Deep Work by Cal Newport.

Abby considers Deep Work by Cal Newport to be her favorite book. She’s “sent a copy of that book to more people than [she] could ever count.” Abby says this book isn’t just about getting more done but learning to get the right stuff done. 

Lessons from the Past:

She remembers how, in the past, her ego was tied to the successes of her business. “I wanted people to make a big deal out of me,” she says. “If you work in the service industry, that’s not really how service works.” Abby wanted to build a “personal brand” similar to celebrity status with clients and fellow professionals recognizing her name. 

If Abby could go back in time to speak to her 22-year-old self, she would say the words “good for her, not for you.” Abby wishes she knew that when other people succeed, they’re on their path. Her success does not have to look the same as anyone else’s, and what someone else needs may not be what Abby needs.  

Don’t Stop Here!

If someone told Abby they want to do what she does, she would tell them to learn as much about marketing as possible. She recommends following Julie Stoian, especially to learn about funnels. Abby also advises learning all you can about branding— “those two will drive the train.” For her, you can’t follow the same formula as you would in wedding photography for the best results. 

The best way to get to know Abby as a person and a business owner is by following her Instagram, “abbygracephoto”, or her TikTok under the same name. Also, you can visit her website at  abbygracephotography.com.
Fertility and Sterility On Air– TOC: August 2022 Take a sneak peak at this month's Fertility & Sterility! Topics this month include a Fertile Battle on optimal endometrial lining in ART (2:00), an RCT using FSH with a trigger (8:40), the relationship between paternal factors and embryonic aneuploidy of paternal origin (20:00), an RCT looking at live birth using the endometrial receptivity analysis (27:35), risk of miscarriage after treatment for chronic endometritis and IVF/ICSI (41:25), Cardiometabolic risks in middle childhood (47:00) and evaluating the efficacy of different treatments for c-section scar ectopics (51:40). View the August 2022 issue of Fertility and Sterility, Volume 118, No. 2 at https://www.fertstert.org/issue/S0015-0282(21)X0022-2 View Fertility and Sterility at https://www.fertstert.org/
Extending Health and Life, Starting with Dogs Dogs are a recent species, and because of their close associations with humans have diverged into hundreds of breeds with specific behaviors, sizes and builds. There also is a great range in life expectancy and anticipated disease.  Dogs therefore provide an excellent model to study aging and aging-related disorders, as well as understand the genetics and associated factors of aging. Celine Halioua, the CEO of Loyal, joins the podcast to discuss research into dog genetics and the factors that influence aging, along with her company's attempts to find drugs that can attenuate the process, and possibly be extended to humans.
Laurent Servais and Dora Markati on emerging therapies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy Laurent Servais and Dora Markati (both from the University of Oxford, UK) discuss emerging therapies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy; their Review is published in the September issue of The Lancet Neurology. Read the full Review:Emerging therapies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Cost effectiveness of first-line daratumumab in MM, base-edited CAR T cells for T-ALL, and the role of SETBP1 mutations in chronic neutrophilic leukemia In this week’s episode new research suggesting that, in patients with transplant-eligible multiple myeloma, adding daratumumab to first-line combination regimens may be a more cost effective strategy than saving it for second-line use. We’ll also review the work of researchers who applied base-editing technology to develop a complex and potent CAR T cell product for potential “off-the-shelf” use in patients with T-cell leukemias and other CD7-positive malignancies. Finally, we’ll review a paper that elucidates the role of SETBP1 mutations in chronic neutrophilic leukemia, pointing the way toward a potential multi-pronged therapeutic approach to this rare myeloproliferative neoplasm.
S5.16 Hap-pea 200th birthday, Mendel! We celebrate the 200th birthday of Gregor Mendel and learn about the latest genetics research that would have blown his mind.Full show notes, transcript, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzipThis episode of Genetics Unzipped was written and presented by Kat Arney with audio production by Sally Le Page.This podcast is produced by First Create the Media for the Genetics Society - one of the oldest learned societies in the world dedicated to supporting and promoting the research, teaching and application of genetics.
Turning out talent and the trials of training with Stuart Curbishley and Ivan Wall This episode of the BioProcess Insider Expression Platform (BIEP) podcast brings you an in-depth conversation with Stuart Curbishley, head of business and project development, advanced therapies at University of Birmingham and Ivan Wall, CEO, Four-Plus and director of the National Training Center for advanced therapies manufacturing.  
We delve deep into the challenges concerning training talent in the advanced therapy and wider biopharma space, potential solutions that could filter the staffing bottleneck, and how the respective institutions are responding to these issues.
#47: Mas ligtas nga ba ang vape kaysa sigarilyo? Nito lamang July 25, 2022 nagulat ang marami noong nag-lapse at tuluyan nang naging batas ang controversial na Vaporized Nicotine and Non-Nicotine Products Regulation Act of 2022 (RA 11900).

Marami ang natuwa, at mas marami ang nabahala dahil sa mga probisyon sa batas na ito.

Sa ating episode 47, ating pagtuunang pansin kung ano nga ba ang implikasyon ng paggamit ng vape at kung ito nga ba ang 'best alternative' para sa mga taong nais tumigil sa panigarilyo.

Halika, atin itong pag-usapan sa episode na ito.

Shownotes:

Vape Bill
https://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1179761

History of Vaping
https://blog.oup.com/2014/11/e-cigarette-vape-timeline/

Vaping and Threats
https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/5-truths-you-need-to-know-about-vaping?amp=true
339. Storing Used Eggshells in the Carton Dr. Don and Professor Ben talk about the risks of storing rinsed, used eggshells in the carton in the refrigerator until all the eggs are used. Dr. Don - not risky 👍🏼 Professor Ben - not risky 👍🏼 Contamination of egg shell and contents with Salmonella enteritidis: a review - ScienceDirect An Overview of the Salmonella Enteritidis Risk Assessment for Shell Eggs and Egg Products - Hope - 2002 - Risk Analysis - Wiley Online Library
340. Dried Chicken Juice Sponge Dr. Don and Professor Ben talk about the risks from a sponge used to wipe up raw chicken juice, rinsed and let drive for several days. Dr. Don - risky ☣️ Professor Ben - risky ☣️ Carnac the Magnificent - Wikipedia Amazon.com: All the Pieces Matter: The Inside Story of The Wire® eBook : Abrams, Jonathan: Kindle Store Bacteria Survive on Kitchen Sponges and Towel in Restaurant and Foodservice Operations | ASM.org
Encore - Tasty words, colorful sounds - How people with synesthesia experience the world, with Julia Simner, PhD More than 4% of people have some form of synesthesia, a neurological condition that causes senses to link and merge. People with synesthesia may taste words, hear colors, or see calendar dates arrayed in physical space. Dr. Julia Simner, a professor of neuropsychology at the University of Sussex in the U.K., discusses the many forms of synesthesia, how synesthetes experience the world, and what scientists have learned from brain imaging studies about synesthesia. She also discusses her research on other sensory differences such as misophonia, an extreme aversion to specific sounds.
Encore - How to overcome feeling like an imposter, with Lisa Orbé-Austin, PhD, and Kevin Cokley, PhD Do you ever feel like a phony? Like you’re not really qualified for the job you’re doing, despite your achievements? Those are signs of the impostor phenomenon, also called impostor syndrome. Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin, a counseling psychologist and career coach in New York City, and Dr. Kevin Cokley, a University of Texas at Austin psychology professor who studies the impostor phenomenon among ethnic minority students, discuss where impostor feelings come from, the repercussions they can have in people’s lives, and what you can do to address imposter feelings.
Coarse Particulate Air Pollution and Daily Mortality: A Global Study in 205 Cities Article discussed in this episode:Coarse Particulate Air Pollution and Daily Mortality: A Global Study in 205 Cities
The Brazilian Scientists Inventing An mRNA Vaccine — And Sharing The Recipe When Moderna and Pfizer first came out with their mRNA vaccines for COVID-19, supply was limited to rich countries and they did not share the details of how to create it. That left middle income countries like Brazil in the lurch. But for Brazilian scientists Patricia Neves and Ana Paula Ano Bom, that wasn't the end. They decided to invent their own mRNA vaccine. Their story, today: Aaron talks to global health correspondent Nurith Aizenman about the effort and how it has helped launch a wider global project to revolutionize access to mRNA vaccine technology.
Tick Check! The Tiny Bloodsuckers In Our Backyards Short Wave is going outside every Friday this summer! In this second episode of our series on the National Parks System, we head to Big Thicket National Preserve in Texas. Among the trees and trails, researchers like Adela Oliva Chavez search for blacklegged ticks that could carry Lyme disease. She's looking for answers as to why tick-borne illnesses like Lyme disease are spreading in some parts of the country and not others. Today: What Adela's research tells us about ticks and the diseases they carry, and why she's dedicated her career to understanding what makes these little critters... tick.
Extending Health and Life, Starting with Dogs Dogs are a recent species, and because of their close associations with humans have diverged into hundreds of breeds with specific behaviors, sizes and builds. There also is a great range in life expectancy and anticipated disease.  Dogs therefore provide an excellent model to study aging and aging-related disorders, as well as understand the genetics and associated factors of aging. Celine Halioua, the CEO of Loyal, joins the podcast to discuss research into dog genetics and the factors that influence aging, along with her company's attempts to find drugs that can attenuate the process, and possibly be extended to humans.
Impact of COVID-19 on Pharmacist Scope of Practice: Before and After the PREP Act For years, pharmacy advocates have urged policymakers to make changes to state scope of practice laws that would permit pharmacists to prescribe and administer certain tests and vaccines at the pharmacy. How has COVID-19 impacted these efforts? In this episode, special guest Will Chang, Chief Legal Officer of UpStream, and attorneys Richard Hughes and Kala Shankle discuss the history of pharmacists' scope of practice before the pandemic, how the response to COVID-19 shifted pharmacists’ roles, and what’s next as the pandemic emergency winds down. Visit our site for related resources and email contact information: https://www.ebglaw.com/dhc45. Subscribe for email notifications: https://www.ebglaw.com/subscribe. Visit: http://diagnosinghealthcare.com. The EMPLOYMENT LAW THIS WEEK® and DIAGNOSING HEALTH CARE podcasts are presented by Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. All rights are reserved. This audio recording includes information about legal issues and legal developments. Such materials are for informational purposes only and may not reflect the most current legal developments. These informational materials are not intended, and should not be taken, as legal advice on any particular set of facts or circumstances, and these materials are not a substitute for the advice of competent counsel. The content reflects the personal views and opinions of the participants. No attorney-client relationship has been created by this audio recording. This audio recording may be considered attorney advertising in some jurisdictions under the applicable law and ethical rules. The determination of the need for legal services and the choice of a lawyer are extremely important decisions and should not be based solely upon advertisements or self-proclaimed expertise. No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.
The Friday Five The Friday Five covers five stories in health research that you may have missed this week. There are plenty of controversies and troubling ethical issues in science – and we get into many of them in our online magazine – but this news roundup focuses on scientific creativity and progress to give you a therapeutic dose of inspiration headed into the weekend.Covered in this week's Friday Five:- Sex differences in cancer- Promising research on a vaccine for Lyme disease- Using a super material for brain-like devices- Measuring your immunity to Covid- Reducing risk of dementia with leisure activities
Creation Research Society Summer Meeting 2022 Dr Rob is at Liberty University for the annual summer conference of the Creation Research Society. He shares the highlights and an encouraging message for the future of creation research.
Notes and links:

Join the Creation Research Society!
Article: Species were designed to change, part 1, How much change is allowed? (follow the links for parts 2 and 3)
Video: Species were designed to change, part 1: God Deliberately Engineered Life to Change, but How Much Change is Allowed?
Video: Species were designed to change, part 2: Speciation and the Limits of Change
Video: Species were designed to change, part 3: Classifying the Created Kinds Leads to Fascinating Results
Video: Species were designed to change, part 4: The Amazing Braided Baramin Concept is Intrinsic to Creation
Cserhati and Tay, Comparison of morphology-based and genomics-based baraminology methods, J Creation 33(3):49-54, 2019.
You should attend the International Conference on Creationism at Cedarville University in July, 2023
Tobacco: Know the Health Effects and How to Quit This week’s guest expert on the Public Health Out Loud podcast is Dr. Patricia Cioe, an Associate Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences at Brown University. Dr. Cioe’s current research is focused on the effects of cigarette smoking on one’s health, and the development of innovative smoking cessation interventions for people living with HIV. Co-hosts Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan ask Dr. Cioe about the difference between combustible cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and vapes. They also talk about the health effects of smoking tobacco and different methods for decreasing or quitting smoking.  Quitting tobacco is a journey. Whether you’re thinking about quitting, aren’t yet ready to quit, or have already quit, the Rhode Island Nicotine Helpline can help you each step of the way. Call 1-800-Quitnow, visit quitnowRI.org, or talk to your healthcare provider about quitting smoking.
The Truth About Food with Dr. David L. Katz, MD, MPH In this episode, our esteemed guest is Dr. David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, FACLM. We are thrilled to present a second podcast interview with Dr. Katz, and we had the pleasure of speaking with him about his tremendous work in the field of nutrition, preventive medicine and epidemiology. This episode was broadcasted Live to our NEURO Academy community members, and had a Live Q&A session at the end. Dr. David L. Katz is physician scientist, award winning author of numerous books including multiple editions of leading textbooks and over 200 peer-reviewed publications in nutrition, preventive medicine, and epidemiology. Dr. Katz is the founder and former director of Yale University’s Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center; Past President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine; President and Founder of the non-profit True Health Initiative; and Founder and CEO of Diet ID.  He is a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine; the American College of Physicians; the American College of Lifestyle Medicine; and Morse College, Yale University. His career-long focus has been the translation of science into action for the addition of years to life, and life to years, and on the confluence of human and planetary health.  NEURO Academy is a membership based online environment hosting multiple evidence-based on-demand courses and a place to engage with a thriving and supportive community of people on a journey towards better brain health. With your monthly or annual subscription, you will have access to monthly live Q&A session, Live cooking sessions, Live podcasts such as this one and Q&A with remarkable health leaders, ongoing on demand courses on lifestyle, nutrition and cooking, Neuro coaching, anxiety, and many courses on various topics related to brain health. You will be able to get CE or CME credits if you’re interested, and also receive certification after taking the course. Learn more by visiting NEUROacademy.com.  Follow us on social media: Instagram: The Brain Docs @thebraindocs Facebook: The Brain Docs Website: TheBrainDocs.com
S3 Ep31: Astral Projection & Lucid Dreaming Author Vince Field takes on a journey through to the other side, shares his personal experiences in non-physical reality, and lines out a tutorial of how you can learn to astral project!
You can find his book on Amazon here!
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Hitting back against heatwaves In this week's news show: Chris provides an update on the polio siutation in London, and we hear what we can learn from hotter climes about dealing with the scorching weather. Plus, the robotic ant teaching other insects a lesson, tracking migrating moths, and getting to the bottom of earth's oxygen supply... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
Reintroduction: Bringing Species Back Last month saw a first in the UK: Bison were released into a woodland in Kent. An animal of this size and nature hasn't be known to be on UK soil for milennia, but now conservationists hope they can act as ecosystem engineers and help protect our woodlands. We explore how the European bison is able to exert such dramatic effects on its environment as well as dive into past reintroduction sucess stories, including the flight of the red kite and the nesting of the dormouse. Plus, we address the potential costs off adding a species into a new space, how learning to live alongside predators may... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
Dynomyco : Podcast 240 - NPK Hydroponics live Dynomyco
We are treated this week to the acoustic tones of Dynomyco and his incredible knowledge of all things beneficial mycorrhiza.


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Vision and Concussions, Physical Activity and Cardiorespiratory Fitness – Ep. 123 In this episode Christina L. Master, MD, FAAP, CAQSM, FACSM, FAMSSM, lead author of the new policy statement and clinical report on vision and concussion, shares screening techniques primary-care pediatricians can use in daily practice. Hosts David Hill, MD, FAAP, and Joanna Parga-Belinkie, MD, FAAP, also talk with Alexander Jones, PhD, about the amount of high-intensity exercise needed to maintain cardiorespiratory fitness. For resources go to aap.org/podcast.
The Healing Power of Grief Our brain pathways are designed to get us through life’s traumas, as painful and debilitating as they are. Neurologist Lisa Shulman, MD, joins us this week to talk about how to make sense of grief, how trauma interrupts the connection between the cognitive and emotional parts of the brain, and how the brain learns to consolidate traumatic experiences and allow us to move forward. Plus… humans are not the only creatures to feel grief – hear how other animals experience loss. For bonus content, sign up for our newsletter at www.ThisIsYourBrain.com
The Whistling, Part 3 In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe discuss the nature and history of human whistling – including the subject of whistled languages.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Monstrefact: Dreepy, a Pokémon In this episode of STBYM’s The Monstrefact, Robert discusses the boomerang-headed Pokémon Dreepy, with some help from his son Sebastian.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From the Vault: "Fuzz" with Mary Roach In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe welcome acclaimed science writer Mary Roach back to the show to discuss her new book "Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law." (originally published 09/14/2021)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A physician's work dread and what he did about it "Work dread. Even if you didn’t know it had a name, you know the feeling. It is that sensation in the pit of your stomach when you realize that the start of your workday or workweek is fast approaching, and you don’t want it to come. Sometimes it begins on Sunday afternoon when you want to be enjoying time with your family. Other times, you might find yourself sitting in the hospital or clinic parking lot, resisting the beginning of another busy day. Maybe you sit in your car for an extra 10 minutes and allow yourself to finish a podcast episode. Or perhaps you doomscroll on Facebook for a few minutes before taking a deep breath, getting out of your car, and starting your day." Michael Hersh is a gastroenterologist. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "The epidemic of work dread." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
A caregiver's love story "Dying and introspection happening at the same time were a dual reality that I found impossible to ignore when Bill was not doing well. As Bill’s poor prognosis and impending death began to reflect on our life, it was getting harder to respond to the living as we had in the past. Bill seemed to be pulling away from everyone he knew, except for a handful of friends and me. As a dying person, he seemed to be concentrating on only one thing – dying. The truth is that nature is selfish and dying is just part of the natural transition as someone ages. You can’t avoid it, and sometimes it can even sneak up on you." Nancie Wiseman Attwater is the author of A Caregiver's Love Story. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Dying is a selfish business." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
Pulmonary-Palliative Care Episode 2: Initiating dialogue about Advance Illness Planning and Goals of Care for Advanced Lung Disease Patients GuestJennifer Wescoe Singley, M.Ed., NCCFounder and Executive DirectorWescoe Foundation for Pulmonary Fibrosis HostDr Patricia Fogelman DNP, ACHPNSystem Director, Palliative Medicine, Guthrie ClinicSayre PA
New COVID-19 Testing Technology + FDA Approves First Drug for HER2-Low Breast Cancer In this episode, Ayesha discussed a new COVID-19 test technology that Innova Medical Group, world leader in at-home COVID-19 tests, has reached a licensing deal for with the University of Birmingham where the technology was developed. The new test is as sensitive and accurate as PCR tests and faster than lateral flow (rapid antigen) tests. Hear about the innovative new technology underlying the molecular test, and how the test is also being developed for the detection of other viruses. Ayesha also talked about the FDA approval of AstraZeneca and Daiichi Sankyo’s antibody-drug conjugate (ADC) Enhertu (trastuzumab-deruxtecan) for the treatment of patients with unresectable or metastatic HER2-low breast cancer. The approval makes Enhertu the first approved drug for this indication. Find out about the trial data that led to the approval and its effectiveness in HER2-low breast cancer, which is a newer subtype of the cancer.Read the full articles here: Innova Secures Licensing Rights for U of Birmingham’s New COVID-19 Test Technology RTF-EXPARAstraZeneca’s Enhertu Gets FDA Approved as First Therapy for HER2-Low Breast CancerFor more life science and medical device content, visit the Xtalks Vitals homepage.Follow Us on Social MediaTwitter: @Xtalks Instagram: @Xtalks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Xtalks.Webinars/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/xtalks-webconferences YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/XtalksWebinars/featured
How To Deal With Bullying In Practice - Olivia Oginska | VETchat by The Webinar Vet This VETChat episode is part of our series on supporting and empowering women in veterinary, hosted by Kathryn Bell. Joining Kathryn today is Olivia Oginska, Emotional Intelligence & Wellbeing Coach and founder of VetGoneReal.
In this episode, Olivia shares her knowledge of bullying, the key signs to look out for to tell if someone is being bullied and advice for team leaders on how to manage bullying situations. They discuss the effects of bullying on practice culture and productivity and the importance of ensuring you listen to the person doing the bullying, making it a safe space for a discussion. Finally, Olivia shares tips on approaching your leader if you are being bullied.
Find more from Olivia at VetGoneReal here
Ep. 208 Ben Recht on the Humble Side of Machine Learning Our guest is Ben Recht, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at UC Berkeley, and co-author with Moritz Hardt of Pattern, Prediction, and Action: A Story About Machine Learning soon to be published by Princeton University Press but already freely available as a pdf format pre-print here. We discuss his work and perspective on machine learning and artificial intelligence.GUEST:Ben Recht: Twitter and webpageLINKS and RELATED EPISODES:Ep. 187 That Bengladesh Mask Study! (with guest Ben Recht)Ep. 5 Normal is Fuzzy (with guest Saurabh Jha)Lecture by Peter Hacker on the claims of cognitive neuroscience (YouTube)
JGIota: The Algae Nicknamed ‘Chlamy’ This shorter episode is about a tiny, single-celled alga – Chlamydomonas reinhardtii – that’s managed to have a big impact. UC Berkeley plant biologist Sabeeha Merchant explains why she works on this alga, how researchers managed to sequence its genome, and what it has to teach us about other organisms – like plants. Links from this episodeEpisode TranscriptJGI@25: The Little Alga That CouldChlamydomonas reinhardtii on Phytozome and PhycoCosm JGI Blog Post: Green Algae Reveal One mRNA Encodes Many ProteinsJGI News Release: Green Alga Genome Project Catalogs Carbon Capture Machinery and Reveals Identity as Ancient Cousin of Land Plants and AnimalsThe original sequence: ScienceOur contact info:Twitter: @JGIEmail: jgi-comms at lbl dot govGenome Insider is a production of the Joint Genome Institute.
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S4E10 / Stewardship Over Biodata Rebuilds Trust / Dakotah Lane & Krystal Tsosie Mending broken trust may be a first step for investigators who want to increase the participation of Native people in medical research. “There's such a history of extractive research in Indigenous communities, such that ‘research’ and ‘science’ are sometimes dirty words,” said Navajo geneticist and bioethicist Krystal Tsosie.Poor communication and a lack of transparency are among the missteps that have eroded the trust Indigenous communities have in medical research. And that mistrust has contributed to the underrepresentation of Native people in clinical trials. In 2018, Tsosie co-founded the Native BioData Consortium, a research institute led by Indigenous scientists. The consortium is working to improve health equity by actively engaging community members in the research process. When the group collects biological samples from Native tribes, they are stored on sovereign Native American land and made accessible only to researchers who are prioritizing Indigenous health needs. “The benefits are directly rolled back into the people and their communities without a profit to outside entities,” Tsosie said.Episode 10 explores the history of exploitation of Indigenous communities by outside researchers and some of the health consequences of being left out of medical trials.Click here for a transcript of the episode.Voices from the Episode: Dr. Dakotah Lane – Executive medical director of the Lummi Tribal Health ClinicKrystal Tsosie — Twitter – Co-founder and ethics and policy director for the Native BioData ConsortiumSeason 4 of “American Diagnosis” is a co-production of KHN and Just Human Productions.Our Editorial Advisory Board includes Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, Alastair Bitsóí, and Bryan Pollard.To hear all KHN podcasts, click here.
Vanderbilt Health DNA: Discoveries in Action Season 3 Season 3 is bursting with new elements to spark collaboration and conversation. Check out gold moments from the first four episodes that explore why mental wellness is a pursuit, not a destination, and how it’s influenced by the people and environment around us.
Coaching and Engaging Families in Early Intervention Services Families need to play an important role in early intervention services in order to support their child’s goals and development. Although there is no “magic wand” to ensure family engagement, there are a variety of evidence-based strategies designed to support greater family involvement in early intervention services.
 
Services
Parent coaching model offers a means to build parents’ confidence and competence in the context of home visits.
Supervisors, coaches and mentors offer onsite sessions, webinars, keynotes and presentations at parent school conferences.
Visits can involve parenting tips, role play
Listen to the separate podcast on: 1. Tips on helping your child learn to cooperate; 2. Learning ways to support your child’s social-emotional development from birth to age three.

 
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Parent coaching focus: How to help your child learn to cooperate To get our young children and toddlers to cooperate, we need to help them understand how our requests and rules are good for everyone.
 
Cooperation is the ability to balance one’s own needs with someone else’s. We often think of cooperation as children doing what adults want. That is compliance. True cooperation means a joint effort—a give and take that is mutually satisfying. To develop a cooperative spirit in children, we need to help them understand how our requests and rules are good for everyone.
 
How to go about?
Take turns
Between 6 and 9 months, babies can begin to engage in back-and-forth interactions. They also learn to imitate. Give your child time to copy you.
Explain your reasons for limits and requests
At three years old, most children use and understand language well enough to handle simple explanations.
Take time to problem-solve
You can help your older two- and three-year-olds come up with solutions to everyday dilemmas and encourage cooperation at the same time.
Do chores together starting at an early age
Let your child grow up experiencing the benefits of cooperation.
Give specific praise for cooperative efforts
Point out why and how their contribution was important.
Give your child choices while maintaining the rules
Offering choices shows your child respect, and respect creates a sense of collaboration.
 
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Parent coaching focus: Emotional parenting Learn how to support social-emotional development in your child from birth to age three.
 
It's so important for parents to help their child learn how to cope with their feelings. Learn how parents are their child's guide in sharing the joys and coping with the challenges, starting on day one. Starting in the earliest months of life, well before they can use words to express themselves, babies have the capacity to experience peaks of joy, excitement, and elation. Babies can also feel fear, grief, sadness, hopelessness, and anger.
 
What can parents do?
Use illustrative books to show your baby different emotions. Including fear, anger, sadness, all colors of emotions that exist, and have their legitimacy.
Researchers have found that even more than IQ, your emotional awareness and ability to handle feelings will determine your success and happiness in all walks of life.
 
Emotional coaching  used by parents builds confidence and helps toddlers to teens to grow socially, emotionally, and intellectually.
Learn the best ways to respond when your child is sad, angry, or scared
Discover how to use emotions as opportunities for connection and teaching
Learn how to set clear, consistent limits while helping your child problem-solve

 
How can we learn children to understand and regulate emotions?
The podcast supports parents, educators, and caregivers how to emotionally coach their children. By increasing emotional awareness and communication skills, parents improve their emotional responsiveness and, in turn, create emotionally intelligent children.
 
The podcast provides an understanding of what emotional intelligence is, why it’s important, and how to use it to help establish a solid emotional foundation for your child.
 
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Understand the importance of Emotional Intelligence
Learn how to recognize, respond to, and validate what your child is feeling
Learn how to be an effective emotional parent
Discover ways to express understanding and empathy
Learn how to set limits and problem solve with children

 
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Let’s talk about our uterus No female organ is talked more about than the female uterus. As if it’s a public god, people, particularly men think they can decide over it, in politics, society, religion, family, and partnerships. My guest, Natalia nuclear power expert and physicist discuss our uterus from multiple angles and provide women ways to set boundaries for their personal integrity, particularly in relation to their uterus. 
Enjoy and get inspired. Female empowerment starts with knowledge. 
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Circulation August 2, 2022 Issue This week, please join authors Paul Ridker and Eric Van Belle, editorialist Robert Harrington, and Guest Editor Allan Jaffe as they discuss the original research articles "Effects of Randomized Treatment With Icosapent Ethyl and a Mineral Oil Comparator on Interleukin-1β, Interleukin-6, C-Reactive Protein, Oxidized Low-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol, Homocysteine, Lipoprotein(a), and Lipoprotein Associated Phospholipase A2: A REDUCE-IT Biomarker Substudy" and “Cerebral Microbleeds During Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: A Prospective Magnetic Resonance Imaging Cohort” and the editorial "Trials and Tribulations of Randomized Clinical Trials." Dr. Carolyn Lam:             Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the Journal and its editors. We're your co-hosts. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center, and Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley:           And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor, Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Carolyn Lam:             It's double feature time Greg. We've got two totally unique and interesting papers that we'll be discussing. The first, a biomarker substudy from the REDUCE-IT trial, that is looking at the effects of randomized treatment with icosapent ethyl, versus a mineral oil comparator, on inflammatory biomarkers. Now, don't use roll your eyes at me, because I'm telling you, this has results that you may not expect, and very, very important clinical implications, and implications for clinical trials. The second paper, very much up your alley, Greg, is a prospective MRI study of cerebral microbleeds during TAVR. But okay, enough now to whet your appetite, let's now just first grab coffees, and discuss the other papers and the issue, shall we? Dr. Greg Hundley:           You bet, Carolyn. And how about if I go first? Dr. Carolyn Lam:             Please. Dr. Greg Hundley:           So, Carolyn, my first paper comes from a group of investigators led by Dr. Araz Rawshani from the Institute of Medicine, and it included 715,143 patients with diabetes, registered in the Swedish National Diabetes Register, and compared them with over two million match controls, randomly selected from the general population, to determine the role of diabetes in the development of valvular heart disease, and particularly, the relation with risk factor control. Dr. Carolyn Lam:             Huh? Interesting, diabetes and valve disease. All right. What did they find, Greg? Dr. Greg Hundley:           Right, Carolyn. So they found, that individuals with type one and two diabetes, have greater risk for stenotic lesions. Whereas, risk for valvular regurgitation was lower in type two diabetes. Patients with well controlled cardiovascular risk factors, continued to display higher risk for valvular stenosis, without a clear stepwise decrease in risk between various degrees of risk factor control. So Carolyn, diabetes and a link with valvular heart disease. Dr. Carolyn Lam:             Wow. Really interesting, Greg. Thanks. Well, the next paper is a preclinical study with really interesting clinical implications. Now, we know the human heart has limited capacity to regenerate new cardiomyocytes, and that this capacity declines with age. Now, because loss of cardiomyocytes may contribute to heart failure, it is important to explore how stimulating endogenous cardiac regeneration, to favorably shift the balance between loss of cardiomyocytes and birth of new cardiomyocytes, occurs in the aged heart. Now, these authors, Doctors Rosenzweig, from Massachusetts General Hospital, and Dr. Lee from Harvard University and colleagues, previously showed that cardiomyogenesis can be activated by, guess what? Exercise in the young adult mouse heart. However, whether exercise also induces cardiomyogenesis in aged hearts, however, is not yet known. So in today's paper, the authors aim to investigate the effect of exercise on generation of new cardiomyocytes in the aged heart. And here, we're talking about 20 month old mice, who were subjected to an eight week voluntary running protocol, and age matched sedentary animals who served as controls. Dr. Greg Hundley:           Wow, Carolyn. Really interesting evaluation of exercise on cardiomyogenesis. So what did they find? Dr. Carolyn Lam:             Endogenous cardiomyogenesis can be stimulated by exercise in aged hearts. Comparative global transcriptional analysis further revealed, that exercise and age specific changes occurred in gene programs. The regulator of calcineurin RCAN1.4 was specifically found to be induced with exercise in aged hearts, and was accompanied by reduced calcineurin activity. So what's a take-home message? Exercise induced cardiomyogen
Circulation August 9, 2022 Issue This week, please join authors John McMurray and David Cherney, editorialist Kausik Umanath, as well as Associate Editors Ian Neeland and Brendan Everett as they discuss the original research articles "Initial Decline (Dip) in Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate After Initiation of Dapagliflozin in Patients With Heart Failure and Reduced Ejection Fraction: Insights from DAPA-HF" and "Renal and Vascular Effects of Combined SGLT2 and Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibition" and editorial ""Dip" in eGFR: Stay the Course With SGLT-2 Inhibition." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation On the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the Journal and its editors. We're your co-hosts, I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Centre and Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor and director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Greg, it's the season of double features. Except this time, we're having a forum discussion of two related articles and an editorial that discusses both. What is it on? SGLT2 inhibitors. In the first paper, an analysis from the DAPA-HF trial, looking specifically at that initial dip in GFR that follows initiation of dapagliflozin in patients with HFrEF. Then we will discuss further, in a mechanistic way, the renal and vascular effects of combining SGLT2 inhibition on top of ACE inhibition. Lots and lots of good learning and insights, but let's go on first to the other papers in today's issue. Shall we? Dr. Greg Hundley: You bet, Carolyn, and I'm going to grab a cup of coffee. Carolyn, in this issue, wow, so many exciting original articles. In fact, there are two more articles that were going to pair together, both clinical and pertaining to TAVR procedures. In the first one, it was a group of authors led by Dr. Duk-Woo Park from the Asan Medical Center at the University of Ulsan College of Medicine. They conducted a multicenter, open-label randomized trial comparing edoxaban with dual antiplatelet therapy or DAPT, aspirin plus clopidogrel, in patients who had undergone successful TAVR and did not have an indication for anticoagulation. Now in this study, Carolyn, the primary endpoint was an incidence of leaflet thrombosis on four-dimensional computed tomography, CT, performed at six months after the TAVR procedure. Key secondary endpoints were the number and volume of new cerebral lesions on brain magnetic resonance imaging or MRI and the serial changes of neurological and neurocognitive function between six months and that time immediately post the TAVR procedure. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh, interesting. What did they find? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn. In patients without an indication for long-term anticoagulation after successful TAVR, the incidence of leaflet thrombosis was numerically lower with edoxaban than with dual antiplatelet therapy, but this was not statistically significant. The effect on new cerebral thromboembolism and neurological or neurocognitive function were also not different between the two groups. Now because the study was underpowered, the results should be considered really as hypothesis generating, but do highlight the need for further research. Dr. Greg Hundley: Carolyn, there's a second paper pertaining to transcatheter aortic valve prosthesis. It's led by a group directed by Dr. Paul Sorajja from the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation and Abbott Northwestern Hospital. Carolyn, these authors prospectively examined 565 patients with cardiac CT screening for HALT, or what we would define as hypoattenuating leaflet thickening, at 30 days following balloon-expandable and self-expanding TAVR. Now, deformation of the TAVR prosthesis, asymmetric prosthesis leaflet expansion, prosthesis sinus volumes, and commissural alignment were analyzed on the post-procedural CT. For descriptive purposes, an index of prosthesis deformation was calculated, with values greater than 1 representing relative midsegment underexpansion. A time-to-event model was also performed to evaluate the association of HALT with the clinical outcomes. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh, interesting. What did they find? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn. Nonuniform expansion of TAVR prosthesis resulting in frame deformation, asymmetric leaflet, and smaller neosinus volume was related to the occurrence of HALT in patients who underwent TAVR. What's the take home here, Carolyn? These data may have implications for both prosthesis valve design and deployment techniques to improve clinical outcomes in these patients. Now, Carolyn, both of these articles are accompanied by an editorial from Dr. Raj Makkar from the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai's Medical Center. It's a very lovely piece entitled Missing Pieces of the TAVR Subclinical Leaflet Thrombosis Puzzl
#35 NHSN Case Studies: Level Up Your Surveillance NHSN training is a key first step to becoming a competent infection preventionist. In this episode we talk to Marc Wright, clinical science liaison for the central region at PDI, on the history of the AJIC/NHSN Case Studies, the important role they play in IP competency development, and how to make them work for you. Hosted by: Marie Wilson, MSN, RN, CIC, interim host of the 5 Second Rule podcast About our Guests: Marc-Oliver Wright, MT(ASCP), MS, CIC, FAPIC, Clinical Science Liaison, Central Region, PDI Marc-Oliver Wright, MT (ASCP), MS, CIC, FAPIC, is the clinical science liaison for the central region at PDI, Inc. He has an extensive work history in infection prevention including as an infection preventionist at the University of Wisconsin University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin and as the corporate director of infection control and quality improvement for NorthShore University HealthSystem in Evanston, Illinois. His educational background includes a bachelors of sciences in clinical laboratory sciences, a master’s of science in epidemiology and advanced training in public health informatics-all from the University of Illinois – Chicago. He is board certified in infection prevention, a Fellow of APIC and was the 2019 recipient of the President’s Distinguished Service Award (in honor of Pat Lynch). Marc-Oliver previously served on the Board of Directors at APIC as well as an officer as Treasurer. He has over 60 publications in the American Journal of Infection Control, Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, Emerging Infectious Diseases, among others and served as an editorial board member and section editor for the American Journal of Infection Control from 2009-2019.
Monkeypox: an African perspective What’s happening with monkeypox in Africa? Why wasn’t monkeypox tackled when we had the chance? What will the PHEIC declaration change? Prof. Yap Boum, Epicentre Representative for Africa, the research arm of Medecins sans Frontières, joins Gavin and guest host Dr. Miriam Lewis Sabin to discuss.You can read The Lancet's collection of articles on monkeypox here.
What procedures did you do this week? How efficient is your office? Can your team operate without you? Expand your skillset to perform all the work you would like to do. Don’t hold back when it comes to your training.    Email DrRasner@aol.com with any questions or comments you may have, as well as topics for discussion.   Other places you can connect with Dr. Rasner:   Our Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/DrStevenRasnerDMD  On the web here https://rasnerinstitute.com/ On Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/RasnerInstitute/   and here https://www.facebook.com/DrRasner  On Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/stevenl.rasner/?hl=en  And on Twitter here https://twitter.com/RasnerInstitute  He also runs a Facebook group for dentists who wish to remain independent here Lionhearted: Clinicians Who Won't Quit.
46. Rewiring the brain with Annie Hopper When we sense danger, our limbic system causes us to react in order to stay safe. This system can become impaired, causing a reaction even when we are no longer in danger. In this podcast, Annie Hopper explains limbic system impairment and shows us that the limbic system can be retrained, moving us into a state of rest and repair.Annie Hopper is a limbic system rehabilitation specialist and founder of the Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS). She is also author of the book Wired for Healing: Remapping the Brain to Recover from Chronic and Mysterious Illnesses.
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The Brain That Changes Itself, Dr. Norman Doige
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338. Precooked Frozen Dino Nuggies Eaten by 2.5 Year Old Dr. Don and Professor Ben talk about the risks of a 2.5 year old eating precooked dino nuggies while still frozen. Dr. Don - not risky 👍🏼 Professor Ben - risky ☣️ chicken strips | Food Safety News Fun Nuggets Dino Nuggets | Tyson® Brand Dino-Buddies® (Rivercrest Industries, Inc.) | Dino-Buddies® Oral Health in Canada: Health risks of frozen raw breaded chicken products: A local health unit perspective - PMC Original Dinosaur-Shaped — Yummy Dino Buddies Perdue Panko Breaded Chicken Breast Dino Nuggets - Frozen - 27oz : Target
Carry The Two: Making Audio Magic With Math Math is a complex, beautiful language that can help us understand the world. And sometimes ... math is also hard! Science communicator Sadie Witkowski says the key to making math your friend is to foster your own curiosity. That's the guiding principle behind her new podcast, Carry the Two. It's also today's show: Embracing all math has to offer without the fear of failure. --------Callout time! Do you have a favorite space fact? Send it to us in a voice memo in 20 seconds or less. Include your name and location, and email it to shortwave@npr.org. We may feature your voice in an upcoming episode.
How Monkeypox Became A Public Health Emergency The White House officially declared monkeypox a public health emergency in the United States last week. More than 7,500 cases of the virus have been confirmed since it began spreading across the country in May. Today's show: Health reporter Pien Huang on how the outbreak began, how it gathered steam and whether monkeypox is on track to become an endemic disease in the United States.Check out more of NPR's reporting on monkeypox:- Monkeypox: The myths, misconceptions — and facts — about how you catch it- He discovered the origin of the monkeypox outbreak — and tried to warn the world- How we talk about monkeypox matters. Experts offer ways to reduce stigma
Twinkle, Twinkle, Shooting Star Ahead of the peak of the Perseid meteor shower, we're re-airing our first episode with Scientist in Residence Regina G. Barber. In it, Regina and planetary scientist Melissa Rice explore all things shooting star. They talk about the different types, where they come from and what they actually are (hint: not stars). Learn more about viewing the Persieds in the next few days here: Get ready to look up in the night sky at all those meteor showers.
Chuck and Chris Talk National Societies Season 3, Episode 30.  Chuck and Chris answer a listener question regarding national society involvement.  We share our opinions on societies, leadership, leadership training, traveling fellowships, and so much more!Subscribe to our newsletter:  https://wustl.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=c6fe13919f69cbe248767c4e8&id=10e0c1dd85 Survey Link:Stay tuned- a new, updated survey is coming soon!As always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion music.theupperhandpodcast.wustl.edu.
Ep.9 - What Does It Mean To Be Strategic? "Strategy" is often times an amorphic word. To start season 2, we explore how "strategy" can take on different meanings, and how through thoughtful action, we can use those meanings to create a real plan for success.
Ep 102 Arsenic: Paris Green with Envy “The king of poisons,” “the poison of kings,” “inheritance powder.” As its various nicknames suggest, arsenic’s notoriety largely stems from its use as a murder weapon. But as we explore in this episode, the world of arsenic is much, much bigger than just as a plot device in an Agatha Christie novel, and it remains one of the most important environmental contaminants today. But how exactly does arsenic affect your body? When did people first start to use arsenic and for what purposes? Where does it have the most impact currently? And, of course, why was it so popular as a murder weapon? Tune in to hear the answers to these and many, many more questions about one of the most notorious poisons out there.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
From the Vault: Sea Turtles with Christine Figgener In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe discuss sea turtle mysteries, biology, research and conservation with sea turtle researcher and conservationist Dr. Christine Figgener. (originally published 6/29/2021)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Listener Mail: Can you prove that it didn't happen? Once more, it's time for a weekly dose of Stuff to Blow Your Mind and Weirdhouse Cinema listener mail...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Here To Chew Bubblegum Episode 92 Dirty Dan and Rebecca rejoin Goose this week for Episode 92. We start off the show with listener e-mail, and talk about various topics during this segment. The NEWS segment returns this week as well. In Segment 3 Goose reads some question of the week response’s and Dirty Dan provides a new question of the week.
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