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Brain Buzz

Dr Kimon Bekelis

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Dive into the inner workings of the human brain on Brain Buzz, an exciting monthly podcast exploring the rapidly evolving world of neuroscience. Join Dr. Kimon Bekelis, a leading neurosurgeon and researcher, as he breaks down complex topics into understandable terms. Dr. Bekelis will satisfy your curiosity about all things neuro.
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The AVM Alliance Podcast was created for parents who are taking care of a medically complex child including those who have been diagnosed with epilepsy or rare disease. This podcast has a slight focus on pediatric stroke, Brain AVM / Aneurysm (brain vessel disease) and traumatic brain Injury (TBI). The goal is to provide helpful information and remind other parents they are not alone on this difficult journey. Thank you for joining us.
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The Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery (JNIS) is a leading peer review journal for scientific research and literature pertaining to the field of neurointerventional surgery. The journal was launched in 2009 following growing professional interest in neurointerventional techniques for the treatment of a range of neurological and vascular problems including stroke, aneurysms, brain tumors, and spinal disorders. JNIS is published by BMJ on behalf of SNIS, it is also the official journal of ...
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Real life. Real talk. Ashley Reed and Amber Garrett two best friends since High school who are just trying to figure out their lives after surviving thyroid cancer and a brain aneurysm/stroke. While staying true to themselves. Uncommon Faith is a weekly chat where Ashley and Amber talk about anything and everything. This podcast will be two friends dealing with life altering diagnosis, grief, their career, mom life, their faith and everything in between. While still remaining positive and fi ...
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A podcast series exploring surviving, living with and recovery from a brain injury. We will chat with people living with a brain injury, their families and carers. Also medical and allied health professionals and help agencies. Disclaimer: This podcast contains general information only. Consult your healthcare practitioners for specific advice pertaining to your individual circumstances.
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Welcome to Urban Valor, where we hear the stories of our veteran heroes in their own words. Within these vet interviews, you'll hear everything from combat stories, life stories pre/post military, military transition, and everything in between. Our interviews aren't just war stories or combat veteran interviews, but interviews from any military veteran willing to share. Our mission is to educate the masses with what military veterans go through while serving their country and how life has be ...
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Sister Service

Roseanne SERVICE

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LDS Mom who talks about HARD topics! Sister Service a member of The Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, talks about gospel topics. She is a double aneurysm and brain tumor survivor. She admins for many facebook groups including Uplift Community of Faith which aid those who encounter faith doubts to return towards faith. Former stake primary president, published author, mother of 5, married for 22 years. She is a motivational speaker and a friend to many! Support this podcast: https: ...
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Interruptions is a podcast hosted by Rev. Odell M. Cooper and Cathy Patton, two parents whose lives were Interrupted - one by gun violence and the other by autism. The hosts use their voices to Disrupt the Silence caused by inherited faith and family traditions, cultural and societal stigmas, and fear. Each episode openly addresses racial and economic disparities and the impact on mental health in communities of Black and Brown people. Their guests share personal stories about how their live ...
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Popular LDS Podcast "Latter-Day Lights" gives members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints the opportunity to share their stories of inspiration and hope to other members throughout the world. Stories that members share on Latter-Day Lights are very entertaining, and cover a wide range of topics, from tragedy, loss, and overcoming difficult challenges, to miracles, humor, and uplifting conversion experiences! If you have an inspirational story that you'd like to share, hosts Sc ...
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Health Story, presented by Northwell Health: The voices of patients and caregivers confronting critical medical issues. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The CNS' suite of complimentary podcasts cover CNS journal articles from Neurosurgery and Operative Neurosurgery, as well as CNS Guidelines, Controversies in Neurosurgery, Optimizing Neurosurgical Practice, CNS Partner Podcasts and the CNS Leadership Institute. Podcasts are available on Apple, SoundCloud, Spotify and YouTube.
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GOP’s Life Journey is a mix of Life Experiences and Life Lessons that I’ve compiled over my life. Growing up with a Mental Health issue or disorder in the South Side of Houston Texas where poverty is still alive and well and being raised by a single mother it’s fair to say Life would have it’s ups and downs but I or nobody was prepared for what I actually would come to encounter along the way in my Life Journey. My name is Giovanny and these are my stories @iamGOP713 (FB) @iamgop713 (IG) @GO ...
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Navy Diver Tommy McConnell's story, as featured in this week's episode of Urban Valor, is both inspiring and heart-wrenching. Growing up in Louisiana with a passion for swimming and was inspired by his grandfather's service as a Navy Vet. Tommy's career, filled with dedication and love for his job, takes a tragic turn with the onset of neurological…
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May 2024 Journal Club PodcastTitle: Price Transparency for Cervical Spinal Fusion AmongHigh-Performing Spine Centers in the United StatesTo read journal article: https://journals.lww.com/neurosurgery/fulltext/2024/05000/price_transparency_for_cervical_spinal_fusion.13.aspxAuthor: Michael MooneyGuest faculty: Andrew JeaResident Planner: Helen ShiMod…
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Join us in this gripping episode of Urban Valor as we listen about the life of Paul Peng, an Army veteran with a remarkable story! Born in Taiwan and raised in Monterey Park, CA, Paul enlisted as an Army reservist military police officer in 2000, never anticipating active combat. However, the events of 9/11 altered his path, leading to two combat d…
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In this episode, Carl Hovey shares several difficult challenges that he has faced throughout his life, from his family losing their home and being forced to live in a tire shed, to his brother unexpectedly dying from cancer as a young boy, to being picked on and bullied to the point that he dropped out of school and left the church. But God had a p…
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Endurance sports races should be more than just tests of physical ability; they should be exhilarating, unforgettable experiences that inspire athletes to push their limits and excel, driven by fun. When athletes embrace the thrill of competition with enjoyment, they unlock untapped potential, igniting a passion for excellence and redefining how we…
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This week’s Urban Valor episode features Marine Veteran, Savannah Cannon. Savannah grew up on a farm in a small town in Georgia. She had a very traumatic childhood and struggled deeply with thoughts of self-harm as a teenager. Savannah enlisted into the Marine Corps to escape her unfortunate childhood. She was twenty years old when she deployed to …
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Alis Dicpinigaitis (1) and Dr. Fawaz Al-Mufti (2) join JNIS Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Felipe C. Albuquerque, to discuss the study, "Mapping geographic disparities in treatment and clinical outcomes of high-grade aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage in the United States". They explain the findings of their study, covering the predictive impact of factors i…
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What if everything you know about pain is wrong? On today's show, I speak with Ryan Whited and Matt Fitzgerald, co-authors of the groundbreaking book, "Pain & Performance: The Revolutionary New Way to Use Training as Treatment for Pain and Injury." Here are the questions I asked: Let’s talk about your new book. The tagline is captivating - "What if…
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This week's episode of Urban Valor shines a spotlight on Bryan Buckley, a Marine veteran with a remarkable story. Hailing from Doylestown, PA, Bryan's early years were dominated by football, a sport in which he excelled, securing two state championships. His path seemed set on football until the events of 9/11 shifted his focus dramatically. Motiva…
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Title: Deformity Correction vs. Decompression for ScoliosisGuest Faculty: Victor W. Chang, MDHosts: Rushna Ali, MD and Seth F. Oliveria, MD PhDWe will discuss application of open and minimally invasive approaches to spinal fusion, including circumstances where each is clearly favored and where there is controversy amongst surgical approaches.…
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Welcome to AVM Alliance, where we delve into the world of pediatric stroke and brain disorders with honest conversations and valuable insights for our community. In this episode, host Raylene Lewis shares her experiences from the International Pediatric Stroke Organization 2024 Congress and exciting updates from our AVM Alliance community events. J…
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In this weeks episode, professional organist and composer Andy Lloyd shares his love and passion for creating beautiful, timeless organ compositions centered around the life, death, and resurrection of the Savior. Andy's celebrated works have graced the halls of many famous concert halls and cathedrals, from Notre Dame in Paris to his upcoming perf…
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In this episode leading up to Easter, Nathan R. Bradford tells the story of how he was inspired to compose the touching album "Jesus Christ: Easter Glory" and how it can bring us all closer to the Savior leading up to His death and glorious resurrection. To LISTEN to Jesus Christ: Easter Glory, go to: https://linktr.ee/nathanrbradfordmusic *** Plea…
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Watch Dr. Kimon Bekelis and Jason Wallen discuss the fascinating world of neuroscience and brain health. In this month's episode we are joined by Dr. Symeon Missios, a tumor neurosurgeon, to explore brain tumors. We focus on risk factors, prevention and treatment options including awake brain surgery, stereotactic radiosurgery, and the newest genet…
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Join us on this week's episode of Urban Valor as listen to the story of Marine Sergeant Zach Snyder from Pennsylvania. Raised in a family of law enforcement officers, including his brothers and father, Zach found inspiration to serve his country. Enlisting in the Marines in 2017 as an Amphibious Assault Crewmember, Zack Snyder shares insights into …
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In this episode, Roseanne Service shares her story of how God has been with her through several life threatening events including a serious car accident, a brain tumor, and 2 aneurysms. But in her darkest moments, she has learned to lean into her faith and be grateful for all of the blessings in her life. Roseanne is an inspiration to anyone strugg…
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April 2024 Journal Club PodcastTitle: Lower Cranial Nerve Schwannomas: Cohort Study and Systematic ReviewTo read journal article: https://journals.lww.com/neurosurgery/fulltext/2024/04000/lower_cranial_nerve_schwannomas__cohort_study_and.12.aspxAuthor: Michael LinkGuest faculty: Paul GardnerResident Planner: Jeffrey TraylorModerator: Rafael Vega…
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Watch this week's episode of Urban Valor for an incredible story featuring AJ Pasciuti, a retired Marine turned Scout Sniper. AJ's military journey took a dramatic turn in 2006 when he led a mission to take down "Juba," an enemy sniper in Iraq. This sniper had been using a stolen American sniper rifle to tragically target US forces. AJ's team's mis…
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When Jeannie was 5 years old, her dad drove her to the salt flats and left her there alone in the middle of the night. Little did she know that this was just the beginning of the incredibly difficult trials and challenges she would face in her life. But God had a plan for her, and while it would take many years, she was finally able to discover the…
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Join us this week on Urban Valor as we listen to Nick Velez, a Marine Veteran whose roots are deeply planted in the vibrant streets of East Los Angeles. From his early dreams of military service to becoming an esteemed infantry rifleman with the "Magnificent Bastards," 2nd Battalion 4th Marines, Nick's story is a testament to courage, brotherhood, …
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In this episode, Dave Higham shares how during his 3rd time serving as a bishop in the LDS church, he was excommunicated for 5 years. This led to the painful loss of his marriage and many friends, strained family relationships, and guilt for the consequences of his actions and the effect they had on others. But even through the darkness and pain, D…
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Title: Connecting to Patients Without CompromiseGuest faculty: Richard G. Ellenbogen, MDHost: Brian R. Gantwerker, MDDr. Gantwerker and Dr. Ellenbogen will discuss their techniques for building trust, delivering on promises, and connecting to patients and their families during potentially stressful interactions. We will discuss what works, what not…
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In the face of profound loss, finding the strength to move forward can seem impossible. My guest on Hilary Topper on Air is author Sheila Clemenson, who has recently penned the inspiring book "Over the Rainbow: From the Depths of Grief to Hope." "Over the Rainbow" is a heartfelt love letter and an encouraging discussion on navigating grief to hope.…
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In this week's episode of Urban Valor, we sit down with Mark Tyler, a retired Gunnery Sergeant from the Marine Corps, who shares his remarkable journey from his early days growing up in Las Vegas, after being born in Pennsylvania, to his extensive career in the military. Initially joining the Marines as a military police officer with an eye on a fu…
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In this episode, Trevor Heninger shares his remarkable journey of triumph over a 30-year battle with addiction, and how the practice of self-love was the compass that guided him through his darkest hours. His story is a testament to the transformative power of the atonement through compassion, forgiveness, and brotherhood. Trevor also shares his in…
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Watch Dr. Kimon Bekelis and Jason Wallen discuss how they built the premier destination for stroke and brain aneurysm care on Long Island. They reminisce on how they started this program in a hospital without stroke certification and how by changing the culture and achieving superior results they were able to establish the strongest team of dedicat…
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In these challenging times, self-care is more important than ever. Body creams, soaps, and scrubs can be powerful tools in nurturing our physical well-being and mental peace. Scented soaps can turn a simple shower into a therapeutic experience, their aromas soothing the senses and reducing stress levels. Incorporating these elements into our daily …
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A warning, that for some people, this conversation may be difficult to hear; but it’s a conversation definitely worth listening to as it also gives hope and inspiration. Peter Rudland was involved in an horrific Black Hawkehelicopter crash that changed his life. Now he’s very much full of life and humour. He's an Ambassadorfor the RSL and has co-ca…
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Join us on Urban Valor for an exclusive interview with Lepcis Vasquez, a former sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, who shares her compelling and harrowing journey from 2016 to 2021. Lepcis opens up about her life, detailing her experiences with remarkable courage and honesty. Get an in depth look at the realities of military service, the p…
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In this episode Jan Burger opens up about her lifelong love of sports and her difficult battle with multiple sclerosis. She also shares many experiences and blessings she's received from attending the temple, and how several members of her ward have lovingly served her by helping her attend so that she can serve those who have passed on. She also s…
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This year, the employee benefits landscape continues to evolve, with a heightened focus on financial well-being. Today, we explore the critical role financial benefits play in employees' lives, and I'm thrilled to have a seasoned expert with us who can shed light on this transformative shift. I'm Hilary Topper, and welcome to Hilary Topper on Air. …
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March 2024 Journal Club PodcastTitle: Neurological Surgery Residency Programs in the United States: A National Cross-Sectional SurveyTo read journal article: https://journals.lww.com/neurosurgery/fulltext/2024/03000/neurological_surgery_residency_programs_in_the.12.aspxSenior Author: Brian NahedGuest faculty: Robert HarbaughResident Planner: Alex S…
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Dr. Michael Veldeman (1) joins JNIS Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Felipe C. Albuquerque, to discuss the study, "Intra-arterial nimodipine for the treatment of refractory delayed cerebral ischemia after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage". Dr. Veldeman explains the methods of the study, the growing significance of computerised tomography perfusion imaging in…
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In this episode of Urban Valor, we dive into the extraordinary life of Navy veteran Luis Fonseca Jr., a man whose journey from the challenging streets of Fayetteville, NC, to the front lines of Operation Iraqi Freedom is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Born into a military family, Luis’s early life was marked by the struggles of a military upbringi…
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As Greg stood in front of his Elder's Quorum one Sunday, he knew that many of them were going through really difficult trials. It was in this moment that he made the comment "I could probably swim 45 yards on my own, but with God's help I could swim the English Channel". 6 years later at the age of 52, he actually did. Greg's story isn't merely a t…
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Learning about STEM does so much for our youth. They learn about problem-solving, critical thinking, innovation, and entrepreneurship, build confidence, and boost their vocabulary. Learning about STEM exposes kids to various personal and career opportunities. All this and more play a pivotal role in enhancing Long Island's workforce. Today's guest …
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Djen’s survival and recovery from her traumatic brain injury have astounded doctors, family and friends. She describes her ‘new’ life and some of the challenges and wonders it has brought her. Djen was a contributing artist to the “Art after Brain Injury’ exhibition held at the Manning Regional Art Gallery.…
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Dive deep into the captivating and genuine narrative of Kevin Wilson, a distinguished Marine Corps veteran who embarked on an unforgettable journey from the peaceful streets of South Pasadena, California, to the intense and demanding life of a Marine. In this exclusive video, Kevin Wilson shares his raw and unfiltered experiences, shedding light on…
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There are people in this world who face unexpected challenges but can overcome them with resiliency and inspiration. Tricia Lieberman Scobey is one of those people. From Ruptured Brain Aneurysm to Survivor Tricia had a ruptured brain aneurysm in November 2020, at the height of the pandemic. She was experiencing some migraines before the rupture. St…
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Creed is missing the majority of his brain. He essentially only has his brain stem and all of his other brain is missing. Doctors deemed her child deemed incompatible with life, but Creed has defied the odds is now 9 years old. Melanie, Creed's mom, shares their story. What is anticipatory grief? It is the emotions associated with grief before the …
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Title: Deformity Correction vs. Decompression for Scoliosis Guest Faculty: Lara Massie, MDHosts: Rushna Ali, MD and Seth F. Oliveria, MD PhDDr. Massie will discuss the indications, current evidence, limitations, and pitfalls of corrective spine surgery versus decompression for patients with scoliosis.…
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From the moment she was born Deb's life was hard. Unwanted and raised in a home where her mother suffered from mental illness, Deb's childhood was very dark and lonely. However, at her lowest points God was with her, and as a young adult, He led her half way across the world on an incredible journey to find the truth and light of the gospel. *** Pl…
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Length: 27.30 minutesThis guideline was created as an educational tool to guide qualified physicians in assessing patients' bone mineral density prior to spine surgery and how to optimize it with select treatments if it is found to be a risk for poor surgical outcomes.Participants: J. Bradley Elder, MDJohn Dimar, MDPraveen V. Mummaneni, MDRushikesh…
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Once entangled in the dangerous gang life, Josue found a new path in the Marines. His journey through the rigors of boot camp, his struggle to adjust to military discipline, and his ultimate deployment to Afghanistan form the core of this powerful narrative. Experience the raw realities of the War in Afghanistan through Josue's eyes. From intense f…
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