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Raising Good Humans

Dear Media, Aliza Pressman

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As a parent, do you ever wish someone could just whisper some realistic and trustworthy support in your ear? And not make you feel awful for not having all the answers? Well, that’s what I’m here for. I'm Dr. Aliza Pressman, developmental psychologist, parent educator, asst. clinical professor, and co-founder of both Mount Sinai Parenting Center and SeedlingsGroup. And I'm a mom... trying to raise two good humans myself, so I'm in this with you! In each episode, we'll go deep (but brief) wit ...
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A part of All The Things community, join Emily and the crew as we tackle ALL THE THINGS together—from friendships and feelings to our favorite sneakers and favorite Bible verses…the limit does not exist!
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Radically Genuine satisfies the hunger for authenticity and truth that’s gripping the world. Through daringly candid interviews, unfiltered discussions, and meticulous research, it boldly explores scientific narratives, mental health landscapes, and the cultural trajectory of western societies. No topic is off-limits as the Radically Genuine Podcast exposes the harms of the psychiatric system and reveals how industries distort health-related scientific findings. It fearlessly challenges the ...
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Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH)

The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

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We focus on bridging the gap between rigorous research and best practice relating to children's mental health. We hold a body of knowledge and act as information hub for sharing best practice to benefit all of those who work with children. Visit our website (https://www.acamh.org/) for a host of free evidence-based mental health resources.
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My name is Sydney, and my co-host Baylee and I are college students. Being a college student comes with the stress of harder academic work, the transition from being a high schooler to an adult, and all the drama that goes on around campus. Baylee and I hope to raise awareness and reach out to all the adolescents out there who have no clue what they are doing and how they got here.
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Our podcasts cover a range of child health issues from the Archives of Disease suite of journals including Fetal & Neonatal and Education & Practice. The podcasts are a regular rotation of editor highlights, coverage of specific articles, as well as interviews with authors and specialists.
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That's Pediatrics

UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh: Leader in pediatric medicine and

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Pediatric medicine is always evolving. That’s why it’s important to stay up to date on the latest clinical breakthroughs. Whether you’re a provider, parent, or caregiver, That’s Pediatrics is your source for all things pediatric health and wellness. This biweekly podcast is hosted by the experts at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. In each episode, our hosts talk to leading health care professionals — physicians, researchers, hospital administrators, and more — about the pediatric topi ...
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Two life long friends, embark on an embarrassing journey called adolescence. They grow and push through all the ambiguous crap that comes with being a college student in 2019. They share experiences from their past and present, as well as keep up with current events.
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I'm a former health talk radio host (18+ years) and I want to create a behavioral health focus for my podcast. My shows may be 10-12 minutes up to about 30-45 minutes - depending on the topic and if I bring a guest in via online connections. The content will be clinically sound material, opinion, and topical headline issues (trauma, school shootings, workplace depression, bullying, parenting, etc). I have 45+ years in behavioral health. I'm the co-creator, and co-writer of Episodes-The Movie ...
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This podcast will discuss ways in which teachers, parents, counselors, and mentors can connect with adolescents on a deeper level through the use of story, myth, and movies. To learn more, visit www.eteaching101.com.
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Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Download the accompanying slide presentations here: additudemag.com/adhd-expert-webinars-index (look for the episode number). Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from conversations recorded via a computer or tel ...
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Adventures in Being Gifted

Jill Hartsock & Jessica Mullen

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A podcast for parents, educators, and students living the gifted adventure. Hear real-life stories, practical tips and tricks as well as time-tested ideas that make this journey of being a gifted person...kid or adult...a more rewarding and curious experience.
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Editors at The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, in conversation with the journal’s authors, explore their latest research and its impact on people’s health, healthcare, and health policy. A monthly audio companion to the journal, this podcast covers a broad range of topics, from the effects of climate change to gender equity in young people’s sexual and reproductive health rights, violence against children to allergies, and more.
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This series of podcasts explore the question of adolescence in African contexts. They are part of the ongoing work of the 5-year, UK Research and Innovation Global Challenges Research Fund Hub, Accelerating Achievement for Africa's Adolescents, hosted by the University of Oxford and the University of Cape Town. These podcasts are part of the innovation strand of the Hub's work, seeking to challenge and extend the ideas that underpin research on adolescence in Africa.
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Moving Traditions

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Getting ready for your child to have a bar or bat mitzvah? Join host Sara Ivry and her guest lineup, including experts and parents, as they explore the meaning of the ceremony and celebration. Brought to you by Moving Traditions, a Jewish nonprofit that emboldens teens, and produced by Michele Siegel (Slate/New York Times/WNYC), this podcast is essential listening for anyone guiding a soon-to-be teenager.
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The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health

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With a strong clinical focus, The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health will be an independent journal with an international perspective. The monthly journal will present the most influential and innovative practice-changing original research, as well as authoritative reviews and insightful opinion pieces to promote the health of the whole child, from the fetal period through to young adulthood.
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Welcome to Jerry's podcasts, a series of true stories from his life. These events and interactions offer glimpses into one man's quest to understand life's truths. They provide peeks into the development of American culture from the mid 1940's to the present. Having attended eight different public schools, lived in nine states, been in the army, held multiple work positions and obtained a doctorate in school psychology, he has found his way of living in the world.
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Ever wondered what goes through the mind of some men and why we sometimes do the things we do? Described as ‘Adrian Mole’ meets ‘Bridget Jones’, ‘The Icarus Complex’ is a love, sorry and goodbye letter to that ‘one, or those who got away’ from the perspective of a black male trying to navigate life in the UK and is equally a candid, reflective, humorous, but undoubtedly honest, heartbreaking and never before told account about the high and lows of relationships, suppressing / dealing with em ...
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Global Child and Adolescent Health

Melbourne Children’s Global Health

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The Global Child and Adolescent Health podcast is brought to you by Melbourne Children’s Global Health. The podcast is a series of conversations with leaders in research, education, and global child and adolescent health. These conversations place children and adolescents at the center of sustainable development.
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ParentingU

Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System

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A podcast by Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System where we sit down with doctors and experts to talk about important topics that all parents face. We're here to help you navigate this amazing journey we call parenting.
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PeDRA Pearls

Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance

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The Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance (PeDRA) is vibrant research network pursuing the mission to create, inspire, and sustain research to prevent, treat, and cure childhood skin disease.
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Welcome to the ‘Life of Brian’. Tune in weekly to hear me share some tales from life, chat footy and swap stories with mates, well known personalities, family and much more.
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Internet Brand Strategist Sandra Beck interviews top business coaches, speakers and authors bringing you the best business tips, tricks and techniques to fill your pipeline continuously with the best possible sales and growth opportunites.
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Mental Healthy

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The Mental Healthy podcast offers insightful interviews with innovative professors and Mental Health organizations from both the United States and around the world. We aspire to encourage and inform you about different Mental Health techniques & theories, as well as highlight projects and organizations worthy of your attention.
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DOI: 10.13056/acamh.26537 TRIGGER WARNING: Please be aware that this podcast explores themes around the topic of self-harm. If you or a person you know is struggling with their mental health, please seek support by accessing the helplines and resources provided by the NHS website. For those outside the UK please use an internet search to find an or…
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit sacredtension.substack.com In this episode of House of Heretics, Timothy and I discuss the bills restricting the free speech of Satanists and how these encroachments threaten everyone’s liberty. We also discuss my latest essay The Limits of Satanism, especially my criticism of “adolescen…
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What's the state of the evidence on the impact of social media on the mental health of adolescents? Dr. Ceren Budak, a computational social scientist at the University of Michigan, talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about a new report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine. The report finds a gaping need for more evidence – a…
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Sandra Beck of Coach Talk Radio meets with Richard Capriola, a mental health and addictions counselor, about the importance of what to look for, comprehensive assessments, and choosing the right counselor to know you're getting the right help. Parents may find themselves preoccupied with worry and concern about their teen's addiction during work ho…
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Dr. Markus Boos discusses the influence of gender and sexual identity in adolescent skin health. His findings reiterate the importance of recognizing implicit bias and ensuring sexual/gender minority (SGM) children are being treated with the same holistic, respectful care as non-SGM children. Watch to learn more. To view the video presentation of t…
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This podcast will discuss Psychosocial Assessment of Adolescents with Chronic Illness. The podcast was created by Tina Madani Kia, a medical student studying at the University of Alberta with the support of Dr. Hayley Turnbull a General Pediatrician and Dr. Simone Lebeuf an Adolescent Medicine Pediatrician, both practicing at the Stollery Children’…
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The teen years can be difficult—for parents and teens alike! Did you know there’s a whole medical specialty dedicate to young people ages 12 to 21? It’s called adolescent medicine, and Ruben Battley, MD joins ParentingU to talk about what adolescent medicine is and how it can help families. Dr. Battley shares his insights from seeing patients at th…
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Sarah Griffith bumps into Michael and Abe and they discuss the 1992 comedy of errors Noises Off, from the play of the same name, directed by Peter Bogdanovich. Rotating sets, high school theater, a curt disagreement over the value of film vs. theater. Pretty sweet episode, in my opinion.Let’s thank Jane for suggesting the movie. You can be like Jan…
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On today's episode of the Mental Healthy podcast, we invited Mike Vaughn of Bethesda Workshops based in Nashville, TN to discuss sex addiction and its various treatments. Mike Vaughn has experience as a accomplished business leader and therapist; specializing in the areas of sex addiction recovery, intensive therapy, marriage therapy and trauma.…
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The manslaughter conviction of Jennifer Crumbley, whose son shot and killed four students at his school, is unprecedented. But will it be a watershed moment for gun violence in schools? Tim Carey, law and policy advisor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions, talks with Stephanie Desmon about the unique facts of this case, larger im…
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In today’s episode we are joined by Martha Stewart in a conversation recorded at 92nd St Y. We discuss the complexities of modern parenting, why “perfect” parenting is actually harmful, and the best way to manage anger outbursts. Martha shares her perspectives as a grandparent, and the ways parenting has changed since she became a parent. Join us f…
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In this episode of Sacred Tension, I’m joined by sex therapist and author Dr. David Ley to discuss male sexuality. We talk about how men use sexuality to meet their deeper needs, myths about “porn addiction”, the importance of sexual role models, and much more. Dr. David Ley is a clinical psychologist, certified sex therapist, consultant, and exper…
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This week Zorba and Karl look at research showing eating a predominantly plant-based or vegetarian diet is linked to 39% lower odds of COVID-19, and they discuss a study that shows acupuncture may curb heightened risk of stroke associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for Mushroom and tofu stir-fry.…
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Illness and injury seem to come up at any time (sometimes, the most inconvenient times!) How do parents of teens and tweens know when to go to urgent care and when to go to the Emergency Room? Hannah Chachere, MD, a pediatrician with Our Lady of Lourdes Children’s Health joins us on ParentingU to break down all the different choices parents have wh…
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Who are “they”? Erin Galvin, known for her thought-provoking insights on her X account Just.A.Thought, joins us for a freewheeling discussion touching on the mass conditioning and societal divisions, the sway of financial powers, and the facades of democracy. Our conversation meanders through the influence wielded by entities like the World Economi…
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This weeks podcast turned out to be so much more than expected when I first heard about Dr. David Clarke. His work transcends much of what I see in clinic and has given a name to the reality of puzzling chronic illness. From the PPDA website: Psychophysiologic disorders (PPD) are stress-related, brain-generated pain or illness. Even people who hand…
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DOI: 10.13056/acamh.26496 In this In Conversation podcast, we are joined by Dr. Emma Willmott and Dr. Tom Jewell, from the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust and King’s College London, to discuss their recently published scoping review on psychological interventions for Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). Discussion points include: …
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DOI: 10.13056/acamh.26498 In this In Conversation podcast, we are joined by Dr. Emma Willmott and Dr. Tom Jewell, from the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust and King’s College London, to discuss Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). Discussion points include: An overview of ARFID and what underlies the dietary restriction in ARFID. S…
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Imagine going to the pharmacy to buy a needed medicine and then finding out you purchased a falsified product that was, at best, ineffective, but at worst contained something toxic or deadly? This is the unfortunate reality in many places worldwide. Dr. Murray Lumpkin, who leads global regulatory systems for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, tal…
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The Alabama Supreme Court issued an extraordinary ruling on February 16 that embryos that are the result of in vitro fertilization are “children.” Public health law expert Joanne Rosen returns to the podcast to talk with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about the case and its implications for IVF, how it connects to the larger context of post-Roe litigation, an…
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Tamara Rosier, Ph.D., highlights the behaviors linked to ADHD — procrastination, risk-taking, aiming for perfection, people-pleasing, etc. — that hold us back, and how to interrupt this self-defeating cycle with new habits that lift us up. Self-Sabotage with ADHD: More Resources Read: 10 Corrosive Thoughts That Are Holding You Back Download: Script…
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DOI: 10.13056/acamh.26371 In this Papers Podcast, Professor Kerstin von Plessen discusses her co-authored JCPP Advances paper ‘Performing well but not appreciating it – A trait feature of anorexia nervosa’ (https://doi.org/10.1002/jcv2.12194). There is an overview of the paper, methodology, key findings, and implications for practice. Discussion po…
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Follow along with us on Instagram // allthethings.community https://www.instagram.com/allthethings.community/ Hang out with Kennedy on Instagram // https://www.instagram.com/_kennedycarter/ Check out Daily Bible Things podcast // https://dailybiblethings.transistor.fm/ Subscribe + follow along wherever you listen to podcasts! Thanks for hanging out…
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Sharing an episode of another podcast Dr. Aliza is loving: Pop Culture Moms. Andie and Sabrina are toddler moms and best friends of 20 years. They’re taking their obsession with TV and movies to the next level by talking to celebrities, writers and fellow “scholars” of pop culture about what they can learn from the fictional moms they love most. In…
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DOI: 10.13056/acamh.26478 In this ‘RESHAPE Study’ series episode, Professor Tamsin Ford and Clara Faria explore the findings from the ‘National Study of Health and Wellbeing: Children and Young People’ as they relate to eating disorders, and why these findings are important. The ‘RESHAPE Study’ series is a new mini-in conversation series that will …
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As we gear up to release the first episode of our new Hidradenitis Suppurativa Podcast series, we dipping into the archives for a publication presentation from Dr. Irene Lara-Corrales about this international, multicenter, retrospective, cross-sectional study of 481 pediatric patients revealed a gap in diagnosis, and that HS patients are likely to …
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This week Brian and Harrison are joined by James Brayshaw. JB as he’s known, is one of Australia’s best sports broadcasters, hosting and commentating AFL and cricket nationally on our TV screens and radio waves for over 20 years. JB is an engaging and lively personality, always bringing out the absolute best in his colleagues on and off air. Along …
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Measles outbreaks can quickly spread like wildfire. Vaccination expert Dr. Saad Omer returns to the podcast to talk with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about the threat posed by this highly contagious and potentially lethal virus – especially when communities let their guard down. They discuss the situation in Florida, misinformation spreading on social media…
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*This is a sponsored episode* Today we are joined by Tina Anderson, who is the founder and CEO of Just Thrive Probiotics. We dive into the world of gut health, and Tina unpacks the critical importance of probiotics for overall health, the impact of gut health on mental and physical health, how probiotics actually work and more! Whether you're a pro…
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Editor-in-Chief of the Archives of Disease in Childhood, Dr. Nick Brown, and Senior Editor of ADC, Dr. Rachel Agbeko, bring you the monthly Atoms - the highlights of the March 2024 issue. Read it on the Archives of Disease in Childhood website: https://adc.bmj.com/content/109/3/i Please listen to our regular podcasts and subscribe in Apple Podcasts…
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Our three co-hosts are stuck in the multiverse and need to get back to their home universe. Clearly, the only way to do that is to explore our cultural obsession with multiverses, alternate timelines and parallel worlds, and tie it all into a conversation about post-modern art, pop culture, and the lessons these stories teach us. Also, each episode…
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Literature Review1) Psilocybin is showing further signs of great promise in the fight against depression and PTSD. Psychedelic assisted psychotherapy has gained a foothold in the mainstream of treatment interventions for treatment resistant depression and PTSD. Psilocybin comes from a mushroom that has serotonergic effects on the receptor 5HT2A in …
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YouTube Powerhouse Jessica McCabe will discuss themes from her book, How to ADHD, including navigating a world not built for the neurodivergent brain, the economic cost of not treating ADHD, how she’s learned to pay attention to time, and more. Living with ADHD: More Resources Download: The Ages & Stages of ADHD Sign Up: 5-Week Guide to Building He…
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In this episode we sit down with Dr. Michael Rich, and delve into the complex relationship between children, screens, and the digital environment. Dr. Rich shares insights on the importance of developing critical skills for media use, strategies for managing and monitoring screen time, and the role of parents and educators in guiding children's dig…
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This week the hosts examine research that a healthy lifestyle is linked to slower memory decline in older adults, and they discuss a study showing most antidepressants are ineffective for common pain conditions. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for Spicy turkey meatballs.
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Daniel J. Fox, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist based in Texas, a renowned international speaker, and a recipient of multiple awards for his work as an author. Dr. Fox's expertise lies in personality disorders, ethics, burnout prevention, and emotional intelligence. We examine the cultural nuances and developmental aspects of narcissism, alongside…
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Adam Ganser brings a breakdown of how director Emerald Fennell designed the character of Oliver Quick, our sociopathic fuck machine. Whether you enjoy the film or not, Adam will lay out how Barry Keoghan and the filmmakers made you feel uneasy.Features:Adam Ganser: https://twitter.com/therealganzAbe Epperson: https://twitter.com/AbeTheMightySupport…
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This week Brian and Harrison go at it without a guest discussing what an AFL commentator’s preseason looks like, they delve into a few topics making football news, share their thoughts on the NFL Super Bowl, Brian’s Content Corner returns and Harrison tells us about is recent trip to the United States. Plus, a ground-breaking revelation that could …
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Deadly hepatitis C is curable, but 2.5 million Americans remain infected without treatment. Dr. Francis Collins, longtime director of the National Institutes of Health, is now serving as a special advisor to Present Biden for an effort to eliminate hepatitis C in the US. He speaks with Stephanie Desmon about why hepatitis C has been so tricky to di…
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Follow along with us on Instagram // allthethings.community https://www.instagram.com/allthethings.community/ Hang out with Kennedy on Instagram // https://www.instagram.com/_kennedycarter/ Check out Daily Bible Things podcast // https://dailybiblethings.transistor.fm/ Subscribe + follow along wherever you listen to podcasts! Thanks for hanging out…
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Hello, and welcome back to another episode of the 'What Am I Doing Here' podcast. Yes, THIS IS OUR FIRST MALE GUEST, and I know we are all gagged. Here, we have Darius, a long time friend of Sydney's, comes to put our podcast in a man's perspective. With all the ups and downs of childhood, it sure does differ with who you grew up with and what you …
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Caregivers in the "sandwich generation" face added demands and stress when managing ADHD in themselves, their children, and their aging parents. Danna McDonald, RMFT-SQ, RSW, shares strategies to address these challenges. Sandwich Generation Stress: More Resources Symptom Test: 10 Questions to Reveal Parental Burnout Read: Never Good Enough: The Em…
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Honey, sweetie pie, babe … all the sorts of slushy nominative phrases that get thrown into the droning movies and teen-focussed telly programmes we probably love to watch. But honey, the bear-beloved treat, could that help with hay fever? An intrepid evidence-based gang tried to answer the question for you (https://adc.bmj.com/content/109/1/71.1) A…
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DOI: 10.13056/acamh.26249 In this Papers Podcast, Isaac Ahuvia discusses his JCPP paper ‘Evaluating a treatment selection approach for online single-session interventions for adolescent depression’ (https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.13822). Isaac is the lead author of the paper. There is an overview of the paper, methodology, key findings, and implicati…
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From a 2019 school shooting in West Baltimore, Healing City Baltimore was born. The program aims to help city agencies train their employees, reform stigmatizing policies, and build new response programs—all with a goal of helping to improve mental health and well-being. Councilman Zeke Cohen and executive director Reverend Kim Lagree talk with Dr.…
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