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The What We Saying podcast is a chilled, comical insight into the lives of young black men in the city of London. Keeping it real and unfiltered, Hustlrr, Benzo and T9 share their opinions and advice when talking about their life experiences.
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SMART Recovery® Podcast, a library of talks on addiction from the leading self-empowering peer support recovery group in the world. Enjoy entertaining, thought-provoking discussion with experts in the field of science-based addiction treatment and recovery. SMART Recovery provides services for those overcoming addictions of all types.
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Welcome to the Mad in America podcast, a weekly discussion that searches for the truth about psychiatric prescription drugs and mental health care worldwide. Hosted by James Moore, this podcast is part of Mad in America’s mission to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care. We believe that the current drug-based paradigm of care has failed our society and that scientific research, as well as the lived experience of those who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, calls f ...
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Wrap your day with the world’s biggest stories. From the CBC News teams behind ‘The World at Six’ and ‘The World This Weekend’ comes a vibrant evening news program, updated seven days a week. Hosts Susan Bonner, Tom Harrington and Stephanie Skenderis sort out what's real, what's relevant and what’s truly new, from a Canadian perspective. We offer context, analysis and surprise — all in about 20 mins. We set the bar on the daily news catch-up, going deeper and further on news stories that spe ...
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On this podcast, we discuss the issue of iatrogenic injury due to benzodiazepine use. Iatrogenic injury is an injury due to medical treatment. In the case of benzodiazepine-related iatrogenic injury, we are discussing damage to the human central nervous system. We also discuss safe tapering methods and issues related to benzodiazepine tapering. And, we talk about benzodiazepine withdrawal, and how to get through withdrawal side effects, including anxiety, insomnia, histamine sensitivity and ...
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This podcast is about akathisia stories and akathisia science. Akathisia is a severe movement disorder characterized by restlessness and an inability to sit still. People who suffer with akathisia describe it as severely painful, and like being plugged into an electrical outlet. They often feel as if they want to claw their skin away and climb out of it. This terrible condition is caused by the toxic effects of psych drugs, including benzodiazepines. It is an iatrogenic injury, which means i ...
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The Show Opening: "Pill Street Blues aka 275 Days aka Klono Pain aka Klonopinterest aka The Wrath of Klon aka Klonocles: Chronicling my Journey off Klonopin is an audio version of my journey off Klonopin. Part 1 of my Klonopin journal takes the audience through my 275-day micro taper, utilizing a liquid titration method, while part 2 takes you into the ups and downs of life with full blown benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome." Background: Between May 6, 2014 and February 5, 2015, I engaged in ...
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Life on Less Meds is a podcast that reveals the truth about drug side effects and the best strategies to manage them. Your host, Josef Witt-Doerring interviews patients, victims and experts to cover topics such as adverse reactions, post acute withdrawal, benzodiazepine withdrawals, PSSD, and drug tapering. His mission is to raise awareness about the side effects and injuries caused from psychiatric medications to improve informed consent. This podcast is brought to you Witt-Doerring Psychia ...
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A girl in her 30s working in the creative arts, talking about a variety of personal journeys which include overcoming issues such as the hell of being wrongly prescribed a dangerous medication, the world of pharmaceutical harm, withdrawal and it's silent epidemic, mental health the power of natural healing, the mind, overcoming, gas lighting, body image, bullying, the importance of women being heard and ongoing subject matters..not to forget, most importantly talking openly and honestly with ...
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Mission statement To empower each substance abuse client through care based on science and compassion. To advocate for the substance abuse population through education and community outreach. Vision Statement To create a society where the substance abuse client can live and prosper with dignity and hope.
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Living an Ultra-Ultra Rapid Cycling Bipolar Disorder Mixed Life! • Also suffer from a bunch of acronyms 😉— OCD, GAD, DSPS, PTSD, and Tourette’s (the “clics” some have complained about given me low ratings for—sorry but part of having a no logical disease!). Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bipolar-mixed/support
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This is what I have gone through and am currently dealing with along with modern-day stuff! I love gaming and will soon be streaming! I am planning on expanding on this channel. I have a Patreon if anyone is interested. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=7250550 Get 20% off your first box using code cp20 at cigarclub.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thechrisparsonshow/support
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Are you ready to unlock the secrets to living your happiest, healthiest life? Join Dr. Jennifer Leigh on a transformative journey to health and happiness with her podcast, 'Heal with Dr. Jenn.' With science-backed tips, practical advice, and wisdom from her healing journey, Dr. Jenn will inspire and motivate you to overcome what's holding you back. Tune in now and start your own journey to healing!
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Science Fiction novel which is read by me, the author, depicting a young woman desperately trying to save the galaxy from a deadly virus. This is the third installment in a series which started with Rijel 12: The Rise of New Australia back in 2017. It was followed by the exciting sequel Return of Anarchy, both of which are for sale right now on Amazon. During the following twenty-six episodes you will get to hear me voice the many alien characters as I originally imagined them in my mind, wi ...
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Why do people do the things they do? How can you resolve conflict and grow closer to your loved ones? This weekly radio show doesn't pretend to have all the answers, but Dr. Kuna and guests invite your feedback as we explore topics on psychology, parenting, couples counseling, assertiveness, stress management, motivation for change--essentially, the human condition in which we find ourselves. It is our hope that this program is an insightful and practical educational experience to our local ...
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Overprescribing benzodiazepines could be a looming public health crisis. A Radio-Canada investigation finds the drugs are often misused. Also: U.S. officials say there is no immediate threat after a national security warning became public that Russia is working on space-based weapons. Plus: Vancouver music fans want to preserve the legacy of Black …
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The release of the fast-acting antidepressant Auvelity got us thinking about an older strategy to speed up antidepressants, benzodiazepines. So we're bringing you this Thursday throwback, do benzodiazepines treat depression? Benzos and sleep meds rarely earn a mention in textbooks on depression these days, but that has not always been the case. Tod…
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This Week on Dopey! We are joined by content creator, YouTube phenom, Co Parnt Expert and recovering Dope Fiend, Abbey Fickley! On a super old school episode of Dopey we learn all about Abbey's humble upbringing in Pittsburgh PA and her gradually then suddenly crazy descent into super hard core drug addiction. All the while while trying to be a mot…
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Life on Less Meds is a podcast that reveals the truth about drug side effects and the best strategies to manage them. Your host, Josef Witt-Doerring interviews patients, victims, and experts to cover topics such as adverse reactions, post-acute withdrawal, benzodiazepine withdrawals, PSSD, and drug tapering. His mission is to raise awareness about …
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Fake videos and images are everywhere and many of us have been fooled by them. Now hundreds of experts say more should be done to stop the proliferation. Also: The future of fertility treatments in the U.S. could be in question after an Alabama court declares frozen embryos are children. Plus: Baleen whales are at risk because ocean noise pollution…
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We've gotten a lot of snow over the past week or so, and a lot of it has ended up on sidewalks, forcing pedestrians out into the streets. Morning Show reporter Darrell Roberts spoke with two MUN students walking in the road on Ropewalk Lane. Later in the show, he caught up with pedestrian advocate Elizabeth Yeoman.…
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Deborah Kasdan is author of Roll Back The World: A Sister’s Memoir, in which she describes her extraordinary late sister Rachel–poet, musician, free spirit–and her decades-long journey through psychiatric treatment until, finally, she found a place of peace and community. Kasdan is a longtime business and technology writer who pivoted to memoir wri…
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Canada’s inflation rate is below three per cent for the first time in three years. Is this the first step toward lower interest rates? Also: Quebec wants to give landlords power to stop lease transfers between tenants. Plus: Toronto considers tougher rules on dangerous dogs.
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Canopy Growth had big plans for its big building in the east end of St. John's, but pulled out before operations ever began. The space is up for lease, and it could be used for hydroponic farming according to the Canadian Hydroponics Association. Mackenzie Warford is the association's president, and he joined us in studio this morning to talk about…
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Yesterday, the town of Paradise lost a dedicated town councillor and friend. Elizabeth Laurie died at the age of 44 from cancer. Tina Neary is a councillor for Portugal Cove-St. Philips, and a friend of Elizabeth. She joined us on the line this morning to talk about who Elizabeth Laurie was, and her impact on the region.…
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Yulia Navalnaya blames Vladimir Putin for her husband’s death and asks supporters to stand with her. An international court hears arguments over the occupation of Palestinian territories by Israel. And a move to boost military recruiting leaves thousands giving up. Plus, rising anger over shrinking products.…
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The Minnesota Recovery Options Act has recently been introduced as a means to require courts to provide a secular alternative for individuals ordered to participate in substance use treatment and as a way to provide information and resources to counselors about secular recovery. Alison Gill is Vice President, Legal and Policy, for American Atheists…
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The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) has identified one marginalized group as living under a constant threat of extreme violence. It's the 2SLGBTQ+ community. Eddy St. Coeur is the chair of St. John's Pride. They joined us in studio to talk about the news.
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Dosing is not a collaborative venture when it comes to controlled substances, and here we look for the safe upper limits of stimulant dosing. CME: Take the CME Post-Test for this Episode Published On: 02/19/2024 Duration: 22 minutes, 23 second Chris Aiken, MD, and Kellie Newsome, PMHNP have disclosed no relevant financial or other interests in any …
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As another Ukrainian city falls to Russia, a spending plan that would send billions of dollars to Ukraine is stalled in the U.S. - by a small group of lawmakers. Also: One of the last functioning hospitals in Gaza has shut down - deepening the healthcare crisis in the region. Plus: The story of the Von Trapp family has been beloved for generations …
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At the Munich Security Conference, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is urging western countries for more support, in the wake of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's death. Also: The judge in Donald Trump's latest legal battle has ordered him to pay millions of dollars in a civil fraud case. But does it make any difference to American …
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This week on Dopey! We are joined by the incredible comedian, writer, podcaster and all around super smart and funny guest Moshe Kasher! Moshe recently wrote an incredible memoir called Subculture Vulture all about his life within 6 scenes! He starts with AA and we learn all about his rough and tumble younger days before he got sober. It is a very …
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World reaction as Vladimir Putin’s main critic Alexei Navalny dies in prison. A New York judge fines Donald Trump hundreds of millions over years of fraud. Also: Trapping waste heat and using it to keep warm and fight climate change. Plus: EV sales decelerate, despite government efforts to shift them into high gear.…
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A Queer History of Newfoundland is being officially launched into the world. Writer and journalist Rhea Rollman explores the largely ignored history of the 20th century queer community in the province. She joined us in studio this morning to talk about the release.
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Nearly a month after being run-over by a snowmobile in Nain, 17 year old Kaysha Jenkins is on the road to recovery. Kaysha’s parents, Wilma and Conrad, are speaking out about what they say is the unfair treatment they received at the Nain community clinic, and the difficulties they faced trying to get their daughter a medevac flight to the hospital…
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The federal housing advocate released a new report on homeless encampments this week. We found out what what local housing and homeless advocates think about it. We spoke with Julia Janes, a housing insecurity advocate and an assistant professor at Memorial University's school of Social Work, and Laurel Huget, an organizer and volunteer with Tent C…
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The Fredericton Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Fredericton Area Physicians Staff Organization are joining forces to advocate for improved healthcare. Jeanne Armstrong spoke with Morgan Peters the CEO of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce and Dr. Jill Goodyear, President of the Greater Fredericton Area Physician Staff Organization.…
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Life on Less Meds is a podcast that reveals the truth about drug side effects and the best strategies to manage them. Your host, Josef Witt-Doerring interviews patients, victims, and experts to cover topics such as adverse reactions, post-acute withdrawal, benzodiazepine withdrawals, PSSD, and drug tapering. His mission is to raise awareness about …
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Spencer Fitzgerald and Sarah Newell were both music students. But they didn't really talk. That is... until Sarah's friend took her to a show where Spencer's band was playing. Six years later, they're engaged AND they have a band of their own -- With Violet. The CBC's Sarah Antle brought us that story.…
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