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Psound Bytes

National Psoriasis Foundation

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National Psoriasis Foundation presents Psound Bytes, a podcast series featuring leading experts talking about understanding, managing and thriving with psoriasis and/or psoriatic arthritis. Listen to world renowned dermatologists and rheumatologists discuss the latest news in psoriatic disease management.
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We Are T1D

Michael Mcloughlin and Jack Scales

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We share the realness of life with diabetes and let you know the high and lows of 2 ordinary blokes in our 30s, living with the chronic illness called Type 1 Diabetes.
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Dr. Doni Wilson struggled for decades to solve her numerous health issues and heal her body. With focused determination, she healed herself and in doing so, discovered the Dr. Doni Stress Recovery Protocol ™. On this show, you’re going to hear from Doctors, nutritionists, and experts along with Dr. Doni who will give practical advice and wisdom to help you heal your body. This is How Humans Heal!
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In Sickness

Allison Breininger and Justin Bajema

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Listen in as Allison Breininger and Justin Bajema, millennial caregivers for their chronically ill spouses, speak honestly about what life is like when there are more days spent in sickness than in health.
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From the best surgery to natural therapies, This EndoLife Podcast empowers you to live and thrive with endometriosis and its co-conditions through a holistic, functional medicine approach. I’m covering all the topics that often aren’t discussed in the doctor’s office, whether that’s how to eat well for endometriosis, how to treat the endo belly or just what exactly is SIBO? Come join myself (and my guests!) as we dive into anti-inflammatory nutrition, gut health, hormones, pain science, ment ...
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James and Ashley Stay at Home

James McKenzie Watson and Ashley Kalagian Blunt

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Through discussions and interviews with writers, artists and health professionals, author friends James McKenzie Watson and Ashley Kalagian Blunt explore the big questions: how do books get written? How do people navigate life with chronic illness? And just what ARE you reading? Hosted by James McKenzie Watson, winner of the 2021 Penguin Literary Prize, and Ashley Kalagian Blunt, author of 'Dark Mode.'
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Listen in every week as I invite you to step away from fear of judgement and shame, and to step into your truth and reclaim your sense of power and alignment to change what you believe is possible for happiness and fulfilment on YOUR terms as I share tips, tricks and techniques that I have developed and have empowered me as I have fought to reclaim my life from a chronic illness spanning more than a decade.
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How do uninvited life challenges like chronic illness or loss change us? Psychotherapist Lauren Selfridge hosts compassionate, humorous conversations with people who have been there. Through their insights and wisdom, you're invited to explore the bigger questions about life: Why are we here? What does fulfillment really mean? How do our relationships nourish us? And what will we leave behind when we're gone?
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On the Spectrum of Health Podcast, Dr. Christine Schaffner shares a spectrum of health and wellness information ranging from chronic illness, biological medicine, bioenergetics and more. Dr. Schaffner sits at a unique vantage point in that she sees patients struggling with chronic illness from all over the world in her practice. Dr. Schaffner is passionate about sharing cutting edge information and research from the experts in her community as she sits on the front line of the alternative me ...
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Heads Up

National Migraine Centre

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Headache Specialists from the UK charity National Migraine Centre discuss everything migraine and headache related. This podcast is set up to help give support and advice to those suffering with this largely misunderstood condition. Throughout this podcast you will hear from guest speakers and experts in the medical field, as well as from migraineurs themselves sharing their experiences. Send us your questions or any comments to info@nationalmigrainecentre.org.uk. The Heads Up podcast is pro ...
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Made Visible is a podcast that gives a voice to people with invisible illnesses. This podcast aims to change the conversation around invisible illnesses, helping those who experience them —whether as patients, caregivers, or friends or family members — feel more seen and heard.
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Chronically Healing started as a space to share the stories of those with chronic illness. As the show has continued, we've morphed into a space for anyone focused on living a holistic, healthy life - realistically. Your host, Jessie Fritz, creates solo episodes about living with chronic illness.
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The On-Air Advocate

Tammy Flynn: podcaster, author, speaker, patient & special needs advocate a

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The On-Air Advocate podcast provides education, advocacy and support for special needs parents, caregivers, those with disabilities and complex medical conditions.
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It can be challenging to run a business while living with a chronic illness. Each Tuesday, join business mentor Nicole Neer as she gets real about what it looks like to be an entrepreneur living with health challenges. If you are a spoonie and have (or want to start) an online business, this podcast is for you!
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Narcolepsy 360

Wake Up Narcolepsy

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Every person diagnosed with narcolepsy embarks on a unique journey. There is no standard path, and for many, this proves to be among the most challenging aspects of the disorder. The Narcolepsy 360 podcast is a series of interviews that take a panoramic view of narcolepsy from the patient, caregiver, research and clinical perspective. Each conversation draws on experiences, best practices and expert advice from patients, parents and doctors. From the latest research to lifestyle tips, our po ...
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The Live Well Podcast

Christina Tidwell

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Welcome to the Live Well Podcast dedicated to helping those with autoimmune disease get control of their health through diet, lifestyle shifts and personal empowerment. I’m Christina Tidwell your host. I’m a Registered Nurse and Holistic Health Coach who is passionate about bringing together the best of both conventional and complementary approaches to healing. You can learn more about my personal experience with autoimmune disease and The Live Well Program at my website christinatidwell.com
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Myelin & Melanin: Raising The Temp

Daana Townsend & Carlos Kareem Windham

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Season 5: Daana Townsend (she/her) a Professor and content creator; and Carlos Kareem Windham (they/them), a comedian, facilitator and musician -- each living with Multiple Sclerosis -- are your hosts this season and explore the intersections of race, culture, politics, disability and all the things. Join us as we Raise the Temp! Connect with us. Instagram: Daana @retrosoul__ Carlos @caballonegrito Podcast Socials: Instagram: @myelinmelanin Twitter: @myelinmelanin Facebook: @myelinandmelanin ...
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A monthly podcast where Greg Norman and Jack Vasvary share and discuss great stories related to disability, chronic illness, and mental health within the Star Wars fandom. They cover accessibility, representation, and other topics related to inclusion across the Star Wars fan community and in the Star Wars universe. Part of the Skywalking Network.
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The Naked Mama

Kelli Tennant Moore | Soulfire Productions

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Kelli Moore is the master of reinvention. And in this next chapter of her life and show, she invites you to The Naked Mama for some big sister pep talks, cause you know she keeps it real real, to be deeply held and seen, because chances are she fucking gets it, and for conversations that will likely make you slightly (or extremely) uncomfortable and ask you to think outside the box - because that is where the real magic is.Kelli leads women in their journeys of clearing old stories and belie ...
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LYME Voice

Aaron & Sarah Sanchez Discuss Lyme Disease #FightHealLive

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Welcome to the Lyme Voice Podcast!!! I am your host Sarah Schlichte Sanchez and this show is about stories of healing! Join us as we focus on the complex social and emotional aspects of life with chronic Lyme disease. We acknowledge the suck-factor of Lyme, it's a heavy topic. But we do it with authenticity and buoyancy in an effort to figure out what works, what doesn't, and how to overcome! We discuss these realities with authors, MD's, patients, practitioners, and other PHENOMENAL human b ...
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The Spoonie Struggle is about the raw, honest look at living life with chronic illnesses and chronic pain conditions. Spoonies of all types are welcome to join us, but we will have a heavier focus on the lesser common, lesser understood, and difficult to diagnose conditions, such as Ehlers Danlos, Marfan’s, Ankylosing spondylitis, Sjogren’s syndrome, lupus, multiple sclerosis, sickle cell anemia, and endometriosis. In this show, we will discuss our own experiences of each aspect of life with ...
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Painiac: The Podcast On Living Well Even When Life Hurts

Painiac: The Podcast on Living Well Even When Life Hurts by Shelly Jackson

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Painiac, the first podcast about mindfully living with chronic pain, is a free resource for people living with chronic pain or illness. Painiac is for people living with chronic pain and the awesome people who love them. We also explore what it means to live with various types of pain whether it be emotional, mental, or physical, and we share inspiring stories of other painiacs who are learning to live well even when life hurts. With host Shelly Jackson Buffington, listeners learn about topi ...
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WWPN: How I'm Livin' with Chef Babette!

Marci Kenon : Well Woman Podcast Network Chef Babette Davis

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HOW I’M LIVIN’ WITH CHEF BABETTE! WWPN launches with “How I’m Livin’ with Chef Babette!” a 30-minute podcast that comes out twice a week. Co-host Chef Babette Davis owns Stuff I Eat vegan restaurant in Inglewood, California with husband Rondal Davis. WWPN producer and co-host Marci Kenon checks in weekly with the 65-years-young celebrity chef and fitness enthusiast known as much for her incredible physique as she is known for her vegan soul food platter. Chef Babette is an entrepreneur and s ...
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Welcome to "Let's Raise Awareness of Mental Health," produced by your hostess Victoria Kidson! Are you tired of seeing women with autism overlooked and under-represented in society? In each episode, we'll be joined by women and marginalised individuals who will share their personal recovery journeys and provide valuable tips and resources for managing autism and/or maintaining mental well-being. I also acknowledge the positive impact that men are making to change the world of disabilities, m ...
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Wednesdays at 1230PM Pacific/330PM Eastern: It is time to swap being chronically ill for Chronically Awesome! Join the Chronically Awesome Donna Kay and Jules as they teach you how to be less Chronically Ill and more Chronically Awesome. What is Chronically Awesome? Chronically Awesome is a lifestyle choice for the chronically ill. It is a positive way of living life with chronic illness. We can separate ourselves mentally from our chronic illness using artistic expression, mindfulness, and ...
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Today I have an exciting episode for you! I’m still full of covid or flu, on top of preparing for my course Live and Thrive with Endo 2.0 which begins on Monday, and packing to take our rescue kitten back to the UK - today! So, there’s a lot going on - no wonder I got sick! So, instead of doing a replay episode, I thought I’d give you a peak into w…
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In this episode, I'm going to be talking about what to do if and when you receive abnormal pap smear results. That's because so many women contact me saying, "I just got back my pap smear results, and it's showing abnormal. It's showing HPV detected, and now I'm in such a state of fear, confusion, anxiety, and stress about this. What do I do?" Ofte…
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In this solo episode, I share a different perspective on brain health and explore the terrain of the brain. I discuss how we need to look beyond just neuropsychiatric conditions and mental health issues such as brain fog, and instead dive deeper to understand the root causes which could be stemming from mold or exposure to other toxicants. Overall,…
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"I've had psoriasis for most of my life. At 40 years old I experienced the worst flare with all types of psoriasis and the loss of my hair." Join NPF volunteers, Ayesha Patrick, founder of Sistas with Psoriasis, and moderator LB Herbert as they discuss Ayesha's story from how she learned to cope, to ask and give help. Hear her tips to help manage p…
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In this heartwarming episode of We Are T1D, Mike and Jack sit down with Maria, a familiar voice from the community who always engages with the podcast's wins and struggles. Maria, a healthcare assistant and a Type 1 diabetic, shares her story of diagnosis, which includes a surprising revelation of fruity breath leading to a DKA diagnosis, and the s…
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So today, as you’ll be able to hear in this intro, I am pretty damn sick, so I cannot record a full episode for you. Instead, I am sharing my recent free masterclass, Creating a Roadmap for Endo Healing. For this masterclass, you’re going to need to get comfy and grab a note book and a pen because we’re literally going to be designing your endo man…
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In this episode, I'm really looking forward to introducing you to Märcelle Pick, a functional medicine practitioner and nurse practitioner who has specialized in women's health since 1983. She's written books related to women's health, adrenal health, as well as weight and nutrition. She's here to talk with us about the risks of using GLP-1 agonist…
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In this episode, I sat down with Jana Danielson, Amazon Best Selling Author, owner of Lead Pilates and Lead Integrated Health Therapies, and creator of the Cooch Ball. The Cooch Ball is the world’s first patented pelvic floor fitness tool for women and Jana has coached thousands of women from all over the world to help improve their quality of life…
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‘I had thought I was going to be like Harper Lee. I was going to write one book, it was going to be a massive global success, and then I would go into hiding.’ Hear from award-winning Irish author Liz Nugent, whose novel Strange Sally Diamond may have turned Ashley into a total fangirl. Liz discusses her journey from a childhood accident leading to…
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In this special anniversary episode, Mike and Jack celebrate a year of living loud with T1D. They're not just marking the occasion with a cake (which they may or may not weigh), they're also inviting you to join in the festivities and reflect on a year of shared experiences, wins, and the occasional struggle. The duo kicks off with their signature …
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Okay so today I am taking my IG Live series to the podcast, because for the life of me, I cannot get my IG Lives to not have that strange ticking/buzzing sound in the background! So, I thought it would be better to answer the questions I’ve had submitted here. Today I am answering “What is the number one thing to manage endometriosis?” Read more. I…
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In this episode, I discuss cervical dysplasia, which is when there are abnormal cells on the cervix before it turns into cancer, specifically CIN 2 and 3. Many women in this situation face the decision of whether to have a LEEP procedure or to take a natural approach called escharotic treatments. If you're dealing with this decision, I think this v…
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In this episode, I talk with Dr. Greg Kelly, VP of Product Development at Neurohacker Collective, about their new product Qualia Synbiotic - an emerging next-generation probiotic for gut-brain support. We dive deep into the world of "biotics" - probiotics, prebiotics, postbiotics, and symbiotics. Dr. Kelly answers some of the most asked questions r…
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If you’re feeling overwhelmed by your symptoms, all the info on endo or you’re just stuck not knowing where to start, and you want clear, actionable and effective steps to guide your endo journey, I invite you to my free signature masterclass... Creating a Roadmap for Endo Healing Masterclass (It's back and it’s new and improved!) In this two-hour …
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"Patients with psoriasis have a lot of undiagnosed and untreated cardiovascular risk factors" per renowned dermatologist Dr. Joel Gelfand, Director, Psoriasis & Phototherapy Treatment Center at Penn. Hear why with moderator Dr. Guy Eakin, NPF Chief Scientific & Medical Officer, as they discuss risks, and what interventions using a centralized care …
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As part of Endometriosis Awareness Month I’m answering your questions over on IG live and I get a really good response when I share these on the podcast last as well! So, that’s what this week’s episode is. Just a heads up, I’m not sure why but the IG Live recording has a weird buzzing, ticking sound, which we’ve tried to remove, but you may still …
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Mike and Jack bring the real talk and real laughs, diving into the world of Type 1 Diabetes with their usual London charm. They remind us that they're not doctors, just two ordinary blokes sharing their T1D journey to ensure no one feels alone. The duo doesn't shy away from the serious stuff. They discuss the 25 rule for protein and fats, a game-ch…
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In this episode, I'm excited to introduce you to Dr. Jenny Tufenkian. She is a naturopathic physician from the Pacific Northwest but she's helping people around the world with fatigue and particularly with long COVID type fatigue symptoms. It's always so wonderful to get to connect with another naturopathic doctor and to share more about naturopath…
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It's the Cluster Headache Awareness Day, and Heads Up Podacst is back with a new episode. Tune in to this latest episode where our host Headache Specialist Dr Katy Munro, sits down with consultant neurologist and headache expert Dr Nick Silver from the Walton Centre UK. In this informative discussion, Dr Silver sheds light on the often misunderstoo…
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Heads Up Podcast brings to you Becky's story: Listen to the raw and unfiltered experience of someone living with cluster headaches.They share the daily challenges and profound impact this condition has on their life. Join us for a brief yet powerful insight into the reality of living with cluster headaches, giving voice to the struggles and hardshi…
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In this solo episode of the Spectrum of Health podcast, I delve into the importance of sleep and discuss one solution that I helped to create called Somnium (GABA Cream). I share valuable insights into the different phases of sleep, including deep sleep and REM sleep, and their impact on our overall health and well-being. To learn more about Somniu…
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Making plans can feel risky and complex for caregivers, as they find themselves creating contingency plans for all that might go awry before, during, and after the event. All this can lead caregivers to play it safe, deciding that staying home is easier - but at what cost? In this episode, Justin and Allison talk about which way they tend to tip, a…
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Do you feel like your family and friends don’t support you with your illness? I’ve been there. We all want the world to give a monkey’s when we get sick. We’ve had a life-altering experience, why isn’t the world feeling this too? Episodes mentioned in this episode: Episode 113 Episode 114 Book a discovery call here…
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Jack kicks things off with a birthday bash that's a win for the soul but a bit of a battle for blood sugar levels. From indulgent feasts to sensor sabotage at the bowling alley, the guys share the ins and outs of navigating life's celebrations with T1D. The laughs are plenty as Mike and Jack riff on everything from homemade bread ventures to the pe…
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As part of Endometriosis Awareness Month I’m answering your questions over on IG live and I get a really good response when I share these on the podcast last as well! So, that’s what this week’s episode is. Just a heads up, I’m not sure why but the IG Live recording has a weird buzzing, ticking sound, which we’ve tried to remove, but you may still …
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In this episode, I'm going to be talking about menstrual related health issues and how they're connected to testing positive for high-risk HPV virus strains. This is a really important conversation because a lot of times when it comes to testing positive for the HPV virus, women are left with not enough information and their doctors are not providi…
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In this episode, I dive deep into the fascinating world of lunar cycles and women's health with my guest, Masami Covey. We explore how the moon influences our hormones, sleep patterns, and overall well-being, especially during menopause and post-menopause. Masami shares her expertise on how women can support their hormonal balance by aligning with …
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Today I’m joined by Brynn Saito: educator, organizer, and award-winning poet. Brynn’s latest collection of poetry, Under a Future Sky, was inspired by her visit to the Gila River in southern Arizona, the place where where her grandparents were imprisoned during World War II era incarceration of the Japanese American community. Together, we delve in…
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Discover how your fellow listeners tackle the highs and lows of diabetes, and share a laugh with our latest podcast episode. From stubborn blood sugars to personal victories, we're covering it all, along with some unexpected outtakes that prove even the pros can have an off day. Don't miss out on the stories, the advice, and the humor that make man…
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Throughout their writing careers, James and Ashley have each picked up some excellent writing tricks, plus developed a few of their own. In the coming months, they’ll each share a few of their most effective writing techniques, starting with James’ shortcut to compelling characters. British science-fiction author Karen Traviss writes remarkably nua…
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Not sure what Irritable Bowel Disease or Irritable Bowel Syndrome mean or how they relate to psoriasis? Listen as gastroenterologist Dr. Lisa Malter, Professor in the Dept. of Medicine, NYU Langone Health, Grossman School of Medicine, discusses the perfect storm of what it takes to develop IBD, how diagnosis occurs, care, and use of treatments also…
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When we are kind to ourselves, it can help us to respond more effectively when we face challenges as it can help us to feel what we are feeling, and by being kind to ourselves it can make it easier to be kind to others. When we are kind to ourselves it can seem like we’re making excuses. For instance, when we are exhausted and feeling unwell the ki…
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In this episode of We Are T1D: Type 1 Diabetes, hosts Mike and Jack are back with their signature blend of humor and honesty, tackling everything from the triumphs of diabetes management to the tribulations of tech troubles. Mike kicks off with a heartwarming win of taking back control, boasting disciplined hypo treatment and an active lifestyle th…
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This week we’re staying on our theme of hormone testing and we’re looking at oestrogen. There are a number of signs to look out for with oestrogen dominance or excess, and they pretty much all fall under the PMS umbrella, but here are a few tale-tell signs that I often see with clients. If you’ve noticed symptoms of hormonal imbalances but you’d li…
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In this episode I'm going to introduce you to Dr. Sarah Salzman, a leading couples psychologist and the founder and CEO of the Couples Communication Institute. That means she specializes in helping humans to communicate with each other, especially in a relationship with each other. When a couple can really communicate and build the kind of relation…
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In this episode, I had an insightful conversation with Justin Frandson about the impact of Electro Magnetic Frequencies (EMFs) on our health and how nature provides protective and healing solutions. Justin shared his deep knowledge about the physics of EMFs - how manmade frequencies differ drastically from the earth’s natural resonant frequencies t…
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In this uproarious midweek episode of We Are T1D: Type 1 Diabetes, Mike and Jack ditch the script and dive headfirst into the real-life struggles and victories of the T1D community. From spiking sugars to emergency pump changes, the hosts empathize with the daily battles faced by listeners like Louise W. and KChandra, offering encouragement and pra…
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For people living with an illness or injury, appointments with medical professionals can feel like important moments to learn more about the prognosis, get access to new treatments, and share concerns about new symptoms. But what happens when those appointments don’t go well? How does that impact caregivers and what, if anything, is their role in f…
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Delve into the intricate world of migraine science with Dr Katy Munro, Headache Specialist, and her esteemed guest, Dr Phil Holland, Reader in Neuroscience at King’s College London. In this episode ‘Migraine Science: What's Happening in the Brain? they embark on a fascinating journey through the complexities of migraine brain chemistry and pathways…
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In this heartwarming and eye-opening episode of We Are T1D: Type 1 Diabetes, hosts Mike and Jack welcome Sammi, a Type 1 warrior from the Chicago suburbs, for a cross-continental chat that's as enlightening as it is entertaining. Sammi shares her journey from a soccer-playing teen to a T1D powerhouse, revealing the ups and downs of managing diabete…
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(Trigger warning: This episode discusses infertility) Okay so this week we’re moving onto hormones and how to test for them. Today, we’re beginning with one that I see a lot of my clients having problems with and that’s low progesterone. I did a progesterone 101 a year or two ago which covered everything from what progesterone is, to what it does i…
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