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Cochrane produces systematic reviews which are recognized as the highest standard in evidence-based health care resources. Listen to Cochrane review authors explain in plain language the evidence and findings of their high-impact reviews. In 5 minutes or less, healthcare professionals to patients and families can understand the latest trusted evidence to help make better informed decisions.
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Кокрейн выпускает систематические обзоры, которые признаны высшим стандартом ресурсов для здравоохранения, основанных на доказательствах. Послушайте, как авторы Кокрейновских обзоров простым языком объясняют доказательства и выводы своих высоко-импактных обзоров. За 5 минут или меньше, все, от специалистов здравоохранения до пациентов и их семей, смогут понять самые последние достоверные доказательства, которые помогут принимать решения, обоснованные или информированные доказательствами.
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Cochrane produces systematic reviews which are recognized as the highest standard in evidence-based health care resources. Listen to Cochrane review authors explain in plain language the evidence and findings of their high-impact reviews. In 5 minutes or less, healthcare professionals to patients and families can understand the latest trusted evidence to help make better informed decisions.
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Cochrane proizvodi sustavne preglede koji su prepoznati kao najviši standard izvora informacija o zdravstvenog skrbi utemeljenoj na dokazima. Slušajte autore Cochraneovih sustavnih pregleda kako jednostavnim jezikom opisuju rezultate i dokaze iz svojih utjecajnih radova. U 5 minuta ili manje, svi, od zdravstvenih djelatnika do pacijenata i njihovih obitelji, moći će razumjeti najnovije, pouzdane dokaze koji će pomoći u donošenju boljih odluka.
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The Crisis Cast

Lissa Druss & Thom Serafin

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The Crisis Cast is a conversational journey in business leadership during a crisis. Our cast of experts review crisis management scenarios and provide resources for navigating uncharted waters. Each episode is moderated by renowned crisis communicators Lissa Druss and Thom Serafin.
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Described in one review as a 'Belfast Tardis', Historical Belfast is Belfast's one and only history podcast on the airwaves. Hosted by historian Jason Burke, it provides an accessible and entertaining insight into the fascinating history of Northern Ireland's capital city, once proclaimed as 'the Athens of the North'.
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Shut The Fear Up!®️

John Cochran, Marie Cochran

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Great Morning and welcome to The Shut The Fear Up Podcast, a monthly podcast featuring your hosts John & Marie Cochran. As a husband and wife team, we plan to bring topics from our book club directly to you. We will tackle Wealth Building, Godly Leadership, Roles in the household, Business Ownership and many more topics. The main framework of our conversation comes from breaking down books we've read on these topics combined with living out our truth. You're reading this because you are supp ...
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For early career researchers and all those interested in ways to get involved in Cochrane. Together we learn more about Citizen Science, Cochrane Crowd, issues around Open-Access, elements of review production, and methods used in evidence synthesis. Join our team of Cochrane Early Career Professionals having a chat with a senior researcher/ senior researchers about challenges, opportunities and perspectives. Available in your favorite podcast app and on Spotify, iTunes, and Google Podcasts.
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Mess Hall Podcast

Avery Cochrane

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Join hosts Avery and Lena Cochrane (and sometimes guests) as they sample, rate, and talk about fun foods. History and facts are discussed from treats such as flavoured Oreos, to pumpkin spice, to types of boxed dressing. Listen to an amusing debate about the assessment of a different food theme each week. This couple may not always agree, but they will for sure ridicule each other for not seeing eye to eye. Listen weekly to hear delightful banter about yummy foods!
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Cullen and Jordan review 7th Heaven: The Podcast is a podcast wherein Cullen and Jordan review 7th heaven: the podcast. Wait, what? Neither of these boys have seen an episode of 7th heaven in their lives. Why do they watch it? They're not sure. Most likely, it's because Cullen is in Canada and Jordan is in Washington and they need to talk about something. Contact: seventhheavenpodcast@gmail.com
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Hosted by Coaches Bevan McKinnon and Tim Brazier, Fitter Radio brings together their shared passion and knowledge of triathlon, running, nutrition and basically all things endurance. Listen to the latest research, interviews with pro athletes and leading experts to help you improve your sports performance and your health.
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Spine & Nerve

Brian Joves, M.D.

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We are physicians who practice pain management and physical medicine and rehabilitation, and believe that the main goal of practice is to improve the quality of life of our patients and communities. We will dive deep into the world of modern pain management to help healthcare providers and consumers understand various diagnoses, treatment options, and the changing landscape of pain management. This podcast is meant for educational and entertainment purposes only, and is not medical advice.
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Ethereum Audible

Yehoshua Zlotogorski

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Better than an Ethereum audiobook, Ethereum Audible brings (and reads) you the best articles, papers and thought leadership on the Ethereum ecosystem on-the-go so that you can listen and learn wherever, whenever! Yehoshua Zlotogorski from Alpe Audio reads through the key papers and articles on Proof of stake, sharding, blockchains, crypto gaming and economies and everything else that you need to know.
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What is going on in schools? Are we meeting the needs of all students? What questions should we be asking? I'm Kaycee, a long time educator, adult with ADHD, parent, and founder of ReorientED Advocacy. I love talking to people about topics that add to our understanding of parenting and education, so we can work together to support all learners. I call it "backward planning for adulting" and have a particular passion for increasing independence in twice exceptional students, those with ADHD, ...
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Linked by declarations of emancipation within the same five-year period, two countries shared human rights issues on two distinct continents. In When Emancipation Came: The End of Enslavement on a Southern Plantation and a Russian Estate (McFarland, 2022), readers will find a case-study comparison of the emancipation of Russian serfs on the Yazykov…
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The traditional broadcast world has endured a seismic shift or two – or ten. Steve Cochran has been in front of a microphone and up and down the dial for all of it. For more than three decades he's been a fixture on Chicago radio. That includes audio brands like WLUP, WMVP, WIND, WLS, and more than 16 years on WGN. During this episode of the Crisis…
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Bev calls in from Singapore and Tim from Cairns. We review the racing from IRONMAN Cairns and share finish line interviews with both Matt Burton and Hannah Berry. We share excerpts from Training Peaks CoachCast: Endurance Elasticity with Alex Hutchinson. Alex Hutchinson’s best-selling book “Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Hu…
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The Cochrane Back and Neck Group have produced approximately 100 Cochrane reviews, covering the effects of interventions and the accuracy of diagnostic tests. One of these, relevant to the detection of spinal injury in children, was updated in March 2024. We asked lead author, Emma Tavender from Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne Au…
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Hundreds of thousands of individuals perished in the epic conflict of the American Civil War. As battles raged and the specter of death and dying hung over the divided nation, the living worked not only to bury their dead but also to commemorate them. President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address perhaps best voiced the public yearning to memorial…
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From retail politics to sitting on the judicial bench, Aurelia Pucinski's life in public service is brimming with wisdom. This Crisis Cast flashback offers a fascinating glimpse into our legal system from a discussion that took place just a week prior to the now infamous 2020 election. Judge Pucinski references her presence on the ballot, and her s…
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This weekend…. Cairns Airport IRONMAN in Cairns. We chat about this iconic race and how the start list is stacking up. Chris Beckmans, the second fastest age group triathlete in the world, discusses his recent sub-eight-hour IRONMAN race at IRONMAN Hamburg. We review the racing from the IRONMAN 70.3 in Boulder and discuss the issues arising from th…
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In this episode of The Spine & Nerve Podcast, Dr. Jason Kung and Dr. Brian Joves break down the new California opioid guidelines with insights that every healthcare provider and pain management specialist should know. Our doctors explore the latest guidelines from the California Medical Board, published in July 2023 and designed to navigate the com…
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In this special episode, we talk to two authors about the role of financial institutions in enslavement. Sharon Ann Murphy, associate professor of history, argues in Banking on Slavery Financing Southern Expansion in the Antebellum United States (University of Chicago Press, 2023) that Southern banks’ willingness to use enslaved people as loan coll…
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Justin Gardiner is the author of two nonfiction books and a collection of poetry. His most recent title is the book-length lyric essay Small Altars, published by Tupelo Press in 2024. Besides his role as Nonfiction Editor for Southern Humanities Review, Justin is also an Associate Professor at Auburn University. Founded in 1967, SHR considers subje…
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Blacksound: Making Race and Popular Music in the United States (U California Press, 2024) explores the sonic history of blackface minstrelsy and the racial foundations of American musical culture from the early 1800s through the turn of the twentieth century. With this namesake book, Matthew D. Morrison develops the concept of "Blacksound" to uncov…
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Jack Moody, NZ Professional Triathlete, has a reputation as one of the best runners in the sport. After winning Challenge Korea in a time of 7:50 he’s proven he can bike and swim too. We chat to Jack about his day. Dr Kate Baldwin of Valere Endurance is back to share her expertise on scheduling strength training. We explore how to manage strength t…
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The Cochrane Eyes and Vision US Project prepares and maintains reviews across a wide range of conditions. These include neovascular age-related macular degeneration and their new review of its treatment by anti-vascular endothelial growth factor biosimilars was published in June 2024. Here’s one of the authors, Sueko Ng from the Department of Ophth…
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Allen Lynch spent his childhood in Chicago's south suburbs with fond memories of walks to his grandmother's house in Roseland. Lynch was often bullied, and at age 18, to test his strength he enlisted in the U.S. Army. That was 1964, and one year later the United States had troops on the ground in Vietnam. In 1966, Sgt. Allen Lynch began a tour of s…
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For this episode I’ve decided to re-trace some of my steps from last year. Early in 2023, while chatting with Eoin Brannigan – Editor In Chief at the Belfast Telegraph – we came up with a plan for a series of articles to feature in the newspaper. The series was directly inspired by Donal Fallon’s brilliant Three Castles Burning book A History of Du…
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Robert Cochran’s Haunted Man's Report: Reading Charles Portis (U Arkansas Press, 2024) is a pioneering study of the novels and other writings of Arkansan Charles Portis (1933–2020), best known for the novel True Grit and its film adaptations. Hailed by one critic as “the author of classics on the order of a twentieth-century Mark Twain” and as Amer…
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Renowned Asia expert Michael Auslin is pivoting from Asia instead of towards it: today, he joins Madison's Notes to discuss his new project on the history of Washington, D.C., which, like ancient Rome or Victorian London, is a world capital of a nation at the height of its power. He explores the city's development from its early days to its role du…
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The UAW's Southern Gamble: Organizing Workers at Foreign-Owned Vehicle Plants (IRL Press, 2023) is the first in-depth assessment of the United Auto Workers' efforts to organize foreign vehicle plants (Daimler-Chrysler, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, and Volkswagen) in the American South since 1989, an era when union membership declined precipitously. Steph…
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Bev chats to Bec Burns, Partnership Manager with FulGaz, and Professional Triathlete Nikki Bartlett, FulGaz Ambassador. We find out more about Nikki’s race plans for this year plus we chat about FulGaz Femmes - a vibrant community created by women, for women. Led by a former IRONMAN World Champion turned coach, Michellie Jones, this community offer…
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Two presidential debates between Joe Biden and Donald Trump are on the books. The first will be June 27th at CNN studios in Atlanta. It will have a unique nod to Chicago, because it will take place without an audience on a television set. That was the case in 1960, when WBBM-TV hosted John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon for the first-ever televised d…
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People with cystic fibrosis are particularly susceptible to chest infection. It’s important to find treatments for these infections and a Cochrane Review from Cochrane Cystic Fibrosis examines the evidence for the use of antibiotics. Nikki Rowbotham, respiratory paediatrician, who is based in the East Midland in the UK and one of the authors of the…
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The timing of this conversation left us pondering pathways to change. It was the spring of 2021, and occurred during the days surrounding the verdict in the killing of George Floyd, and the fatal shooting of 13-year-old Chicagoan Adam Toledo. Renowned civil rights attorney Sheila Bedi joined Lissa and Thom to discuss her work surrounding the Chicag…
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We review the racing from the weekend and catch up on Olympic qualification stakes from around the world. Simon Cochrane, Ultraman World Champion, can now add another incredible result to his resume. Simon ran just under 237km in 24 hours on the 400m track at AUT Millennium, breaking the Athletics New Zealand 24-hour track record. We catch up with …
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There are many Cochrane Pregnancy and Childbirth reviews of interventions to prevent health problems in babies that are born early. One of these was updated in April 2024, looking at the evidence on the effects of receiving magnesium sulphate prior to early birth. Lead author, Emily Shepherd from the South Australian Health and Medical Research Ins…
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Adding to the Cochrane Reviews of screening for breast cancer, a new review was published in May 2024 looking at the research into shared-decision making for this screening. In this podcast, Dr. Marleen Kunneman from Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands and Mayo Clinic in the US talks with lead author Dr. Paula Riganti from Hospital …
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Since 2002, Cochrane has maintained a series of reviews on interventions to prevent obesity in children and young people. The sixth update, focusing separately on those aged 5 to 11 and 12 to 18 years of age, was published in April 2024. We asked one of the authors, Francesca Spiga from Bristol Medical School in the UK to tell us about the importan…
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Many of us experience the nuisance of having a common cold, and a variety of interventions have been suggested to prevent or treat it. One of these is zinc and a new Cochrane Review, published in May 2024, looks at the evidence. Here's the first author, Daryl Nault from Maryland University of Integrative Health in the USA to tell us what the review…
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During this episode, a critical look at Illinois’ strategic players with reporter Shia Kapos, author of Politico’s morning newsletter: the Illinois Playbook. Shia offers up her definition of the city's new brand progressive politics. Lissa & Thom dig in on how she sees the City of Chicago responding to a summer full of global visitors. Plus, we get…
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Seth Williams won the free race entry to IRONMAN Australia, Port Macquarie. We find out how his day went. Bev chats to Bec Burns, Partnership Manager with FulGaz, about their new IRONMAN Pro Series Virtual Edition where you can conquer the same bike courses featured in the IRONMAN Pro Series from the comfort of home. We review the racing from the W…
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In 1867, John Muir set out on foot to explore the botanical wonders of the South, keeping a detailed journal of his adventures as he traipsed from Kentucky southward to Florida. One hundred and fifty years later, on a similar whim, veteran Atlanta reporter Dan Chapman, distressed by sprawl-driven environmental ills in a region he loves, recreated M…
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The Cochrane Pregnancy and Childbirth Group produced more than 650 Cochrane Reviews after its establishment as the first Cochrane Review Group, 30 years ago. Several relate to postpartum haemorrhage, and these were added to in November 2023, with a new review of qualitative research, which was also supported by the Cochrane Effective Practice and O…
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Dr. Kendra Y. Hamilton’s Romancing the Gullah in the Age of Porgy and Bess (University of Georgia Press, 2024) is a literary and cultural history of the Gullah Geechee Coast, a four-state area that is one of only a handful of places that can truly be said to be the “cradle of Black culture” in the United States. An African American ethnic group who…
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The Confederate States of America was born in defense of slavery and, after a four-year struggle to become an independent slaveholding republic, died as emancipation dawned. Between Fort Sumter to Appomattox, Confederates bought and sold thousands African American men, women, and children. These transactions in humanity made the internal slave trad…
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During this episode, we’ll share the story behind a new film that documents the terrorist attack on Israel on October 7th, 2023. The documentary is called #NOVA, and it reveals the massacre of hundreds of psy-trance music enthusiasts at a festival on 10/7. Lissa Druss & Thom Serafin are in our chat room to hear the personal story of first responder…
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We discuss a recent study which explores the use of AFT (Advanced Footwear Technology), or Super Shoes, during training and competition. The study describes the injuries sustained in amateur runners and we look at what that means for the integration of these shoes into training programmes. We review the racing from IRONMAN Australia and IRONMAN 70.…
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Pregnant women are sometimes given vaccines to help protect the health of their babies after birth, with Cochrane reviews examining the evidence on this for, for example, pneumococcal disease and hepatitis B. In May 2024, we published a new addition, looking at RSV vaccination. In this podcast, review authors, Emily Phijffer and Odette de Bruin, me…
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