Best Colorectal podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Colorectal cancer patients are often faced with circumstances related to their disease that aren't often or openly discussed. In Taboo-ty : The Fight Colorectal Cancer Podcast we delve into those topics that are sometimes considered controversial, trending or just plain interesting. Listen in as we talk to experts, patients and caregivers who provide accurate, real and practical information for cancer survivors -- it’s time for us to bring these topics to light! Listen in from anywhere - fro ...
Each week, Dr. Mark Ebell, POEMs Editor, joins Dr. Michael Wilkes, NPR correspondent and Vice-Dean of the UC-Davis Medical School, for a five minute discussion about an important recent medical study reviewed by the POEMs editors. POEMs provide synopsised reviews of studies that could affect a clinician's practice, and the discussion in this podcast provides additional depth and insight into the issue covered by the POEMs synopsis. More about POEMs and it's companion point-of-care search too ...
The OnePercent podcast was created to share the stories of young adults who are surviving or battling cancer. Each week you will hear two stories that will give you a new perspective on navigating the cancer journey. You will hear authentic stories from all types of cancer patients. Every story will inspire you to look for the moment or collection of specific moments in your own life where you can intentionally change your outlook from negative to positive. We will give you perspectives from ...
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Hosted by Melissa Ross, First Coast Connect is an hour-long call-in program that features local newsmakers, civic and community leaders, arts, activities across Jacksonville and Northeast Florida, along with spot news features and a weekly roundtable of local journalists.
Brooke Hildebrand Clubbs provides health information you can trust. With trustworthy sources, she explores the fact and fiction surrounding various medical conditions and treatments, makes you aware of upcoming screenings, gives you prevention strategies and more…all to your health.
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Simply Healthy offers the latest health and wellness information from Southern New Hampshire Health’s team of experts including physicians, specialists and healthcare experts.
Medicimage Podcasts
The technology revolution in recent years has given the human voice the power to communicate across the Internet and through mobile phone and the iPod, that few would have never thought possible. To meet student needs the Foundation's library contains a wide variety of audio tapes offering the views and opinions of healthcare professionals from around the world.
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KOLR10 producer Hanna Sumpter and reporter Frances Lin discuss their daily lives as journalists.
Jenifer Abreu talks to Matt Morrow, president of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, about the recent Amazon-Queens failed deal - what Springfield can learn from it and how the process of attracting new businesses works in Springfield and Missouri. We also explore how new companies can be "good neighbors" and engage with the communities t ...…
It’s Children’s Week in Florida, and activists are descending on the state capitol to educate lawmakers on children’s issues.By (Heather Schatz).
Daybreak in 10: March 25, 2019 by KOLR10 News
Dr. Ebell and Dr. Wilkes discuss the POEM titled "Probiotic ineffective for treatment of acute gastroenteritis in young children"By Essential Evidence Plus.
Dr. Ebell and Dr. Wilkes discuss the POEM titled "Probiotic ineffective for treatment of acute gastroenteritis in young children"By Essential Evidence Plus.
So many people in our community do wonderful things to help others. During the past couple months, we have been featuring local Jefferson Award candidates and tonight the winner was announced. That winner was Ralph Craig.
On the Friday Media Roundtable, journalists analyzed the results of Tuesday’s city elections along with The Jacksonville Landing’s expected date with a wrecking ball and other news making headlines this week.By (Bill Bortzfield).
Daybreak in 10: March 22, 2019 by KOLR10 News
Hereditary genetic mutation increases one's risk for certain kinds of cancer. Margaret Emmett, genetic counselor, discusses how genetic counseling works.
Ayden's Alliance helps special needs families afford their children's medical cannabis-related expenses. Adyden's Mother, Ashley Markum, explains their family's journey of turning to hemp for treatment, and how medical marijuana will further Ayden's quality of life.
Activists from around the country are coming to town this Saturday for the TakeEmDownJax rally .By (Amanda Brannon).
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This is the story of how cashew chicken was invented in Springfield, MO in 1963, and how David Leong (the inventor) changed the culinary scene.
Incumbent Mayor Lenny Curry easily fought off challengers , including outgoing Councilwoman Anna Brosche, in Tuesday’s election.By (Heather Schatz).
The Missouri State Lady Bears are back in the NCAA Tournament after a dominant weekend at the Valley Tournament.KOLR10's Dan Molloy chats with head coach Kellie Harper and a trio of Lady Bear players to recap the conference championship and a look ahead to MSU's first-round matchup with DePaul.This is a preview of the postseason special edition ...…
If, like the majority of Americans, you take a daily multivitamin to make up for a suboptimal diet and promote wellness, you may want to change your routine. Because so many Americans take dietary supplements, the National Institutes of Health has spent up to $300 million to study their health effects. They found that in randomized clinical tri ...…
Daybreak in 10: March 20, 2019 by KOLR10 News
For the first time since regaining the right to vote after Amendment 4 was passed last November, Jacksonville’s returning citizens have the opportunity to make their voices heard in Tuesday’s mayoral election, the race for sheriff, City Council races, and more. Returning citizen Keith Ivey ; Neil Volz , political director for the Florida Rights ...…
Daybreak in 10: March 19, 2019 by KOLR10 News
Lindsey Baguio Gerhard is a 34 year old 2x breast cancer overcomer, writer and supreme dancer. On episode 47, she shares the ups and downs of being diagnosed 2x with breast cancer and how to love yourself. Connect with Lindsey on IG @thedailylindsey Resources from the show: Breast cancer support on IG @thebreasties www.cancerwarriorfoundation.o ...…
A wide-ranging college admissions cheating and bribery scandal recently rocked the higher education world. We explored its potential ramifications here in Northeast Florida with John Delaney , Former Jacksonville Mayor and President Emeritus of the University of North Florida. Craft Distilling Craft Distilling is a growing industry in the Sunsh ...…
Local musician, singer, songwriter, and performer, Abbey Waterworth has been seen performing all over the Springfield area for a few years now and has released three CDs so far with a fourth in the works. She has been collaborating with a longtime staple in the Springfield music scene, Nick Sibley, and has recently taken on LA based management. ...…
Financial expert Ellen Rohr joins Joe Murano for a discussion about protocol if you need to hire someone to work on your home.
Daybreak in 10: March 18, 2019 by KOLR10 News
In this Ozarks Tonight, Jenifer Abreu talks to Rikki Barton, the director of prevention services at Community Partnership of the Ozarks, about a new program coming to a high school here in Springfield. The goal is to teach students how to identify and respond to signs of mental health issues among their peers. This is a pilot program and a part ...…
Episode 2: A coffee shop in downtown Springfield has stood the test of time, and has grown up with the city. Enjoy our walk down memory lane with the owner of the Mudhouse.
For this week’s First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross Media Roundtable, our panel of journalists looked at some of the biggest stories of the week, including: Tuesday’s upcoming elections . Development and demolition work around town. The Jaguars new quarterback Nick Foles. Our panelists were: David Bauerlein, a reporter with The Florida Times- ...…
In episode 46, I learned so much from 23 year old Hodgkins lymphoma cancer survivor, Raveen Sethi. In her powerful interview she shares how "experience is the most brutal of teachers" and how positive affirmations can help you through any situation. Connect with Raveen: IG @raveenksethi Email-…
Daybreak in 10: March 15, 2019 by KOLR10 News
Dan Lucy sits down with the Drury Lady Panthers as they prepare for postseason play.
March is Nutrition Month. Our Jenifer Abreu talked to Amanda Allen, a dietician at Hy-Vee, about some truths and myths surrounding nutrition.
Mayoral candidate Omega Allen , who is running with no party affiliation, spoke about her plans for Jacksonville and answered listener's questions before the March 19 election. Related: WJCT Voter’s Guide Dentist Shortage The Floridians for Access Coalition states that five million Floridians live in areas with a dentist shortage crisis. Dr. Fr ...…
Daybreak in 10: March 14, 2019 by KOLR10 News
That time of the month. A visit from your friend. The curse. Aunt Flo. There are so many euphemisms for menstruation that sometimes women and girls get the message they really shouldn’t mention it. Perhaps that’s why one of the mottos of the Endometriosis Association is “Let’s Talk About It.” March is National Endometriosis Awareness Month. The ...…
With less than a week to go before election day, candidates in Duval County are making their final push to sway voters.By (Bill Bortzfield).
In this month’s Taboo-ty Podcast, listen in as Fight CRC Ambassador, Alejandro, shares his story. He advocated for tests to find out what was going on with his body, stating “I might be overdoing this, but I don’t want to be a statistic.” Alejandro’s story may sound familiar to others diagnosed under age 50 and serves as a powerful example of s ...…
Daybreak in 10: March 13, 2019 by KOLR10 News
Dr. Benjamin Onyango is an agriculture economics professor at Missouri State University. He was selected to develop a new master's program in agriculture and applied economics at Machakos University in Kenya. he has 90 days to do the job. He talks about how this will help MSU make an impact globally and what this means to him personally - after ...…
Sports Director Dan Lucy and Sports Reporter/Anchor Matt Vereen recap the Bears' season while driving to St. Louis for the Arch Madness Tournament.Stick around afterwards as Matt Vereen breaks down the tournament loss to Bradley, talks to the players and looks ahead to the recruiting trail.
Mayoral Candidate Jimmy Hill joined us to discuss his plans for Jacksonville and what he plans to do in the days leading up to the March 19 election to earn voters' support.By (Amanda Brannon).
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