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Radiolab is on a curiosity bender. We ask deep questions and use investigative journalism to get the answers. A given episode might whirl you through science, legal history, and into the home of someone halfway across the world. The show is known for innovative sound design, smashing information into music. It is hosted by Lulu Miller and Latif Nasser.
 
My name is Dr. Kate. I am a movement educator, chiropractor, yoga instructor, and anatomy nerd. I want to bring more balance to people's lives and make it possible for them to continue to do their physical hobbies while staying injury free for the long term. I have a heavy focus in post partum, pelvic floor work, diastasis recti, c section work, and core function. I follow a lot of the principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization. I feel that you can fix so much with addressing core imb ...
 
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This week we're discussing the murder of Jonelle Matthews in Greeley, CO. Why would someone abduct and murder this 12-year-old girl? Will her kill ever be captured, or is the person responsible already in custody? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy beers from Wiley Roots Brewing Company, and discuss the details of this case! Follow Us On All T…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about getting that lateral breath in your rib cage. We’ve done a lot of talking on breathing, but today I want you to check your rib cage and see if you have a barrel chest or a compact ribcage. You have to know that having either affects your breathing. In this episode we discuss: [0…
 
Lulu Miller, intrepid host and fearless mother of two, went off on her own and put together a little something for kids. All kids: hers, yours, and the one still living inside us all. Radiolab for Kids Presents: Terrestrials And it’s spellbinding. So much so, that we wanted to put this audio goodness in front of as many ears as possible. Which is w…
 
This week we are taking a look at the unsolved Linden Murders in Linden, NY. How did this sleepy little town experience 5 to 6 related murders spanning a 17-year period? Was it just a coincidence that the victims were killed the same way, or did a serial killer evade capture for their numerous crimes? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy beers f…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the importance of the tongue. I asked on our Just Breathe site, “Where do you typically place your tongue?” People were pretty interested in what does that have to do with anything and what is it connected to. Actually, where our tongue goes, our body tends to follow. That is wh…
 
This week we are discussing the murder of Dana Stidham in Bella Vista, AR. What could have happened to this happy, responsible 18-year-old, and who would want her dead? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy beers from Natural State Beer Company, and discuss the details of this case! Follow Us On All The Things Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about how when you are rehabbing an injury, or some type of issue, your progress is never linear. I think when we have something going on, we are in an “immediate gratification” kind of society. In this episode we discuss: [00:36] Introduction to the topic [2:03] Consistency helps in …
 
Two scientists realize that the very same AI technology they have developed to discover medicines for rare diseases can also discover the most potent chemical weapons known to humankind. Inadvertently opening the Pandora’s Box of WMDs. What should they do now? Special thanks to, Xander Davies, Timnit Gebru, Jessica Fjeld, Bert Gambini and Charlotte…
 
This week we are taking y'all back to the early 1900's to talk about the case of the Dying Sparlings. Did a curse really haunt this family, taking their lives one by one, or was someone responsible for this string of tragedies? Could it just be that they were unlucky and died of natural causes? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy beers from Thu…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about a topic that might be uncomfortable for many people: orgasms. However, orgasms actually play a role in affecting your pelvic floor health that is why I wanted to talk about this subject. In this episode we discuss: [00:35] Introduction to the topic [00:50] How orgasms keep your …
 
This week we are finishing up with part 2 of 2 episodes on The Centennial Olympic Park Bomber. The 1996 Olympic Summer Games were truly magical, but 9 days into the events held in Atlanta, GA, a bomb ripped through a crowd of people at the adjoined Centennial Olympic Park. Unfortunately, this was just the beginning. Several more bombings would occu…
 
This week we are starting part 1 of 2 episodes on The Centennial Olympic Park Bomber. The 1996 Olympic Summer Games were truly magical, but 9 days into the events held in Atlanta, GA, a bomb ripped through a crowd of people at the adjoined Centennial Olympic Park. Was the bombing the result of a former Sheriff's Deputy's desperation the be the hero…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the birth and labor mindset. I have a ton of first-time pregnant patients in the office right now, and I thought it would be a good time to talk about this mindset and how important it is no matter what kind of birth plan you have in mind. In this episode we discuss: [00:36] Int…
 
This week we are talking about the murders of Dr. Martin and Emmalynn Payne. Did this couple actually disappear while walking through the Grand Teton National Forest, or was their disappearance a product of foul play? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy ciders from Farmstead Cider, and discuss the details of this case! Follow Us On All The Thin…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about acute issues and flare-ups that people have. This means being in a ton of pain and not being able to move very well, sometimes in the neck or the lower back. I also shared about what to do about these pains and how to start the healing process. In this episode we discuss: [00:35…
 
This week we are talking about the murder of Joe and Amanda Alvarado in Fredericksburg, TX, and there is a lot to talk about. Known for being one of the country's landmark cases in the debate about executing people with mental illnesses, this case went all the way to The Supreme Court of the United States. So, grab a beverage and join us as we enjo…
 
This week Amy has The Vid (Covid-19 2.0) so we are releasing one of our Patreon episodes... Florida Man!!! So, grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy beer from Islamorada Beer Company, and discuss these crazy crimes! Follow Us On All The Things Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bloodandbarrels Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bloodandbarrel…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about pooping, pelvic floor, and back pain. Here, I discussed how your bowel movement can be connected to how your low back feels, your SI joint feels, and how your pelvic floor is functioning. These are the things I feel like we don’t talk often about. Women’s health talks a lot abou…
 
This week we are talking about the Baton Rouge Serial Killers. It is rare for there to be two active serial killers in the same area, at the same time. So, grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy beer from Tin Roof Brewing Co., and learn about Derrick Todd Lee (The Baton Rouge Serial Killer) and Sean Vincent Gillis (The Other Baton Rouge Serial Kil…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about belly breathing versus 360 breathing because I haven’t done one in a while. It is one of the things that I do with every single patient who comes to my office. I deal with a lot of people who are stressed, have pelvic floor issues, and learning to breathe better is really going …
 
This episode originally aired in 2012. An all-star lineup of producers — Pat Walters, Lynn Levy, and Sean Cole — bring you stories about traps, getaways, perpetual cycles, and staggering breakthroughs. We kick things off with a true escape artist — a man who’s broken out of jail more times than anyone alive. Why does he keep running... and will he …
 
This week we are recording a live show at Emerald Republic Brewing in Pensacola, FL. In this episode, we are discussing the black widow Judy Buenoano. How many of her husbands had to be murdered for her to be happy? Who else will get hurt in her murder spree? What is her motive in all of this? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy beers from Emer…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the connection between the pelvic floor to your feet and jaw. The pelvic floor is actually broadly connected to many parts of your body and I wanted to share how sometimes, we treat other areas of your body that are not even anywhere near the pelvic floor but have a direct corre…
 
Killer whales — orcas — eat all sorts of animals, including humpback calves. But one day, biologists saw a group of humpback whales trying to stop some killer whales from eating… a seal. And then it happened again. And again. It turns out, all across the oceans, humpback whales are swimming around stopping killer whales from hunting all kinds of an…
 
This week we are talking about the murder of Connie DePalam in Bridgman, MI. Why would someone brutally beat this beloved woman to death with a shovel? Was this crime committed by someone she knew, or was there another motive? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy beer from Tapistry Brewing, and dive into the details of this case! Follow Us On Al…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the connection between the pelvic floor and stress. I did a couple of podcasts separately for these two topics, but now I decided to combine them in one podcast since I see both issues show up a ton with patients. I also talked about the importance of proper breathing to help wi…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about some updates two weeks post-operation. I will be visiting my surgeon tomorrow and see how things have been panning out after the surgery. I already shared with you the healing things, such as grounding, I started doing post-operation. Now, I will be talking about the long-term e…
 
This week we looking at the murder of June Bidleman in Dodge City, KS. This case from 1985 remains unsolved to this day, but recently police think they may have found a suspect. Will we ever know who was responsible for this senseless crime? Are we close to finally seeing justice for June? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy spirits from Boot H…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about reviews of some of the new products I got for the office. They are from the company called RockTape, and we do use a lot of their products in the office because they have a really good continuing education program aside from the Kinesio tape that they are so famous for. Here, I …
 
This week we looking at the murder of Dr. David Stevens in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Was his death natural causes as initially thought, or was there foul play involved? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy beers from Southern Prohibition Brewing, and try to find out how this man died! Follow Us On All The Things Facebook - https://www.facebook.c…
 
This week we are discussing the murder of Michael Anthony Riley in Statesboro, GA. Why would someone want this local preacher dead, and how was he connected to a man serving a live sentence that he had never met? Grab a beverage and join us as we enjoy Eagle Creek Brewing Company beers, and try to understand and untangle the web that surrounded thi…
 
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