Best Cervical podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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The History Hour
Weekly
 
An hour of historical reporting told by the people who were there.
 
Specialist and mainstream audiences alike rely on the Health Report to bring clarity to health and medical issues from social, scientific and political points of view.
 
Specialist and mainstream audiences alike rely on the Health Report to bring clarity to health and medical issues from social, scientific and political points of view.
 
A little bit of everything but mostly venting about Cervical Cancer and other women's gynological cancers. HPV and the stigma that comes with it and just a little bit of everyday life. Having cancer, fighting cancer, dealing with cancer, and surviving cancer and then living with the complications left from treatment. We have good days and bad days. We will be venting about a little bit of everything. So keep watch and tune in. We will be posting soon.
 
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Civilly Speaking
Monthly
 
Civilly Speaking is a monthly podcast brought to you the Ohio Association for Justice. A podcast for trial attorneys, by trial attorneys.
 
A Few Good Physios podcast is a journey through the physical therapy/strength & conditioning industry, told by the view points of Dr. Eric Munõz and Dr. Leonidas Scantalides. Both are seasoned NYC clinicians with their own practices (Integrated PT² and On Point Sports Care) specializing in orthopedic outpatient care and strength/conditioning. Episodes range from clinical commentary on various injuries to featured guests, discussing industry trends, new evidence, and popular orthopaedic treat ...
 
This podcast highlights unique people that bring something positive to the world, have a passion for living, healing, and doing what they love to do. People with the most incredible and inspiring life stories, that have hit rock bottom, lost hope, and made their lives beautiful again even when they were told it was impossible. Because there is a passion inside of these people that made them keep trying and keep pushing for a better life, through all the hardships, and broken dreams, and they ...
 
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CureTalks
Monthly
 
CureTalks features leading medical experts in conversation with a panel of patients/advocates about latest research and treatments under development.
 
I’m a life coach, who wants to inspire people around the world. I aspire to empower as many people as humanly possible ❤️
 
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Back Doctor
Monthly+
 
Dr. Robert Watkins IV is the top spine surgeon for professional athletes in the world. Having helped all-star athletes in the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and PGA get back in the game, he discusses everything from daily pain a lot of people have, to serious injuries from accidents and sports. The show focuses on these common issues and provides simple ways to fix them. If you’ve ever had back pain, you know how much it affects everything in your life. The Back Doctor Podcast is a must-listen if you wa ...
 
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Imperative Radio
Monthly
 
The Black Women’s Health Imperative (Imperative) is the place where Black women’s health matters!For more than 25, the Imperative has been a leader in promoting optimum health for Black women across the life span – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Its vision is to develop information, resources and programs that help Black women become informed stewards of their own health and well-bring. Through advocacy, education and leadership development, the Imperative has touched the ...
 
Life Begins When You Stop Chasing Skinny
 
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Chiropractic care is growing in popularity. More and more people are discovering this alternative form of health care to treat a number of ailments. If you’re leaning towards making this practice your profession but you’re confused about what chiropractic school you should go to or which one would be right for you, there really is no right or w ...…
 
According to a report from Mindgardens, a Sydney-based neuroscience alliance, the economic cost of brain and nervous system disorders, mental health issues and substance abuse in Australia is $74 billion per year.
 
A leading researcher is calling for action in remote Australia to deal with a preventable epidemic of sexually transmissible infections.
 
According to a new report from the Grattan Institute, two million Australians who need dental care avoid or delay going to the dentist because of the cost.
 
What if you could transfer the principles of high intensity interval training — short spurts of exercise that get the blood pumping, to this incidental movement we do every day?
 
Join the stairs club, get fit? A universal dental care scheme. STIs in remote Australia. The burden of brain disorders.
 
How an ancient Chinese remedy provided a 1970s breakthrough in the fight against malaria; the bombing of Dresden in the Second World War that inspired Kurt Vonnegut's anti-war novel Slaughterhouse Five; the fall of Singapore; plus the town that America built in Afghanistan's south-western desert, and 'was Lenin a mushroom' - a satirical re-writ ...…
 
Editor's Summary by Gregory Curfman, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the March 15/19, 2019 issue
 
Recorded 3/12/2019 Listen in to this incredible episode as we sat down the co-founders of Catalyst Sport NYC, discussing the strength and conditioning industry, jiu-jitsu, the business of owning a gym in NYC, and much more! Jason Kapnick is a personal trainer, entrepreneur and one of the Co-Founders of Catalyst S.P.O.R.T. His training philosoph ...…
 
The Health Report would like to share with you a story from the ABC RN program Science Friction. Lolita had one of the world's first uterus transplants — then what happened?
 
We all love food. Eating has been most people’s go-to comfort on every episode in their life, like celebrations or when they’re stressed, feeling down, or even when there’s just nothing to do. The pleasure it brings can be too deceiving as the unhealthy side of it creeps up to us, taking toll of our health. Skinny Chef Jennifer Iserloh has fall ...…
 
Many men mistakenly believe that having their prostate out via robot surgery is better than radiotherapy, when it comes to treating prostate cancer.
 
A new analysis suggests it's beneficial regardless of when you begin taking the drug.
 
While its use remains illegal here, Canada is one country where cannabis is legal and widely available.
 
Fibre has huge benefits, and we're not getting enough of it. Cannabis and depression in young people. Statins safe, effective for older people. Prostate cancer, robots and radiation.
 
Getting a good amount of fibre reduces your risk of bowel cancer, diabetes, heart attacks and strokes.
 
How allegations of child abuse engulfed Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, the campaign to return the Elgin marbles to Greece, Britain's first black headteacher, the origins of the Barbie doll and how Baroness Warsi made history.Photo: Zoilamerica Narváez announces in a press conference that she is filing a law suit against her stepfather Dani ...…
 
Recorded March 5th, 2019 One of New York City's most prominent physical therapists, Luke practices a 'hands-on' approach combining his advanced manual skills, trigger point therapy and myofascial release with neuromuscular/exercise re-education. Luke has a strong belief that education is fundamental in optimizing patient recovery and performanc ...…
 
Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member Pete Friedmann about medical and disability leave for employees. Pete covers the Americans with Disabilities Act as well as the Family and Medical Leave Act.
 
People are becoming more and more fascinated about health and fitness, which is a great time for entrepreneurs who are also fitness enthusiasts to venture on. This is where former athlete Devon Lévesquefound a place for his passion and purpose to fit in. His business “Don’t Be A Pig” is such a hit to health buffs. He shares how “Don’t Be A Pig” ...…
 
It's a growing multi-million-dollar market: more and more women are using apps to track their menstrual cycles and fitness bands to monitor their health.
 
60 per cent of Australian medical students are women, and yet women account for just 13 per cent of specialist surgeons.
 
Why are women still dying from one of the most preventable and treatable forms of cancer? And what can be done?
 
Self-testing could be key to eliminating cervical cancer. Breaking down the barriers for women in surgery. The women’s health tech boom: How private is my period data?
 
When Venezuela was rich; surviving a mid-air airline disaster; Japan's Red Army militants of the 1970s, the origin of the swine flu epidemic and Iceland's Beer Day.Photo: Seidel/United Archives/UIG via Getty Images
 
Recorded February 26th, 2019. For this episode, we do a deep dive into a topic that we love and feel has changed our lives forever; jiu-jitsu, more specifically Brazilian Jiu-jitsu (BJJ). We discuss a brief history of BJJ coming to the United States, the basic elements of this martial art, and its benefits/risks. Our discussions go as far as ho ...…
 
Two Australian doctors are at the forefront of an international effort to consign a horrific childbirth injury to the past.
 
Globally there are millions of avoidable deaths each year from respiratory diseases, other infections, lead poisoning, high and low indoor temperatures and fires.
 
Bias, transparency and explainability are issues thrown up by the adoption of artificial intelligence into medicine.
 
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and radiology. The links between housing and health. Australian doctors work to eliminate devastating childbirth injury.
 
Millions left dead or deformed because of chemicals used in the Vietnam war, UK cigarette smoking warnings ignored, remains of the Nazi 'Angel of Death' discovered in Brazil, the Columbia Shuttle disaster which led to huge questions about American space safety and the unrest featured in the Oscar-nominated film, Roma, where Mexican students wer ...…
 
Recorded February 19th, 2019 Listen in to our first guests of 2019 the creators of Match Fit Performance, we discuss their journey into the the rehab and sports performance world. We had a interesting and fun conversation about their journey, currents models, challenges within the field of physical therapy, creating a brand, and the power of se ...…
 
Eating disorders (ED) are serious and sometimes fatal illnesses that cause the sufferers to become obsessed with food, body weight and shape, and severely disturb their eating behaviour. Common eating disorders include binge eating disorder, bulimia nervosa, and anorexia nervosa. Recent research around the neurobiology of eating disorders has c ...…
 
With all the hustle and bustle of our daily life, we tend to overlook elements that can take toll of our health overtime until it’s right there staring us in our face. Maria Aparis grew up in the entertainment industry. She was in the midst of all this splendor, going from fabulous red carpet events to hosting amazing parties, and then she got ...…
 
They say the changes won't help those who most need it, and that what we need is more team-based care.
 
Breathlessness is a debilitating condition that affects thousands of Australians.
 
A new drug for breathlessness. Critics lash proposed mental health changes.
 
Why Iceland jailed 40 bankers after the 2008 financial crisis, how the Maastricht Treaty gave birth to the EU, plus America's first female airline pilots, Cameroon's historic referendum and homeless, drunk and yet a genius in the USSR.(Photo: Protesters on the streets of Reykjavik demand answers from the government and the banks about the count ...…
 
Dr. David Fajgenbaum was diagnosed with a rare disorder that killed 35% of patients within five years of diagnosis. Dr. Fajgenbaum realised that he would have to lead the charge against his rare condition and we are talking to this young doctor about his incredible journey unraveling Castleman Disease. Castleman Disease is a rare disease of lym ...…
 
Robert Watkins, IV, MD, orthopedic spine surgeon to professional athletes, discusses his experience at Deepak Chopra's Infinite Possibilities Meditation Retreat, including awareness of reality, relaxation techniques, and how to get the most out of life.
 
Recorded February 5th, 2019 A few good physios return for 2019. Join us as we catch up, discuss current events, review recent continuing education courses, new medical podcasts, and personal medical scenarios. We announce some exciting guests coming to AFGP’s in 2019! Tune in and enjoy! As always, thank you for downloading.…
 
There are different kinds of healing, and much has been discussed and proven about healing through chiropractic treatment. Dr. Liz Hoefer can attest to the kind of healing that she experienced with upper cervical chiropractic treatment. More than that, Dr. Hoefer stumbled upon a different kind of healing brought by an unexpected circumstance in ...…
 
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