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Cooper Stuff Podcast is an in depth look at what drives John Cooper (lead singer of Skillet); a commentary on culture from a traditional Biblical paradigm: Has modern culture stolen your world view? With all the screaming voices, who do you trust? How much have you been subversively influenced? Cooper Stuff aims to point out subtle and not so subtle influences on culture with a traditional, Biblical world view/emphasis... while boiling complex issues down to simple language.
 
Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice-changing knowledge, and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Paul Williams, and friends (a national network of students, residents, and clinician-educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high-value content and a healthy dose of humor. Fantastic f ...
 
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Transformations Recovery

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Transformations Recovery

Transformations Care Residential Detox, Roman Cooper, Sam McBride, Anna Liisa

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Roman Cooper interviews people who have been to Hell... and have returned to tell the tale. Listen to the harrowing tales of trauma, depravity, and criminality from former addicts who've managed to survive it all and transform their once brutal lives. More information at transformationscare.com
 
This podcast is designed to have engaging and inspirational conversations with some of the worlds leading experts in or relating to pre-hospital care. We hope you take a lot from the conversations both from a technical and non-technical perspective. Please rate and review the show as feedback helps ensure that the best information gets back to you throughout the project.
 
The impatient podcast is a healthy chat. One that invites patients and professionals to the same table. Where human patients with real life stories can be heard by the health system experts who hold all the power to drive change. Simplify the language. Welcome the vulnerability. Just have a chat about health and how we get there. Together.
 
Dog trainer and biologist Ferdie Yau (MA, CPDT-KA) talks about treating difficult behavior cases and interviews the leading experts in the animal training world. The podcast is intended to show pet caretakers how to embrace science, kindness, and compassion to help their pets like dogs, cats, and other companion animals with challenging behavior issues. Listeners will learn how the team at Behavior Vets inspires people to dive deeper into the animal's experience to help them thrive, while al ...
 
The Companies That Care podcast highlights business leaders who are making a difference in the world. Hosted by Marie Gettel-Gilmartin, founder of Fertile Ground Communications and host of the Finding Fertile Ground podcast. I have a passion for companies that care and give back to their communities. The first three episodes of Companies That Care, launched on Earth Day 2021, focus on sustainable fashion, food, and corporate philanthropy.
 
Agriculture Today is a daily program hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout the state. It features K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examining agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation. Kansas State University has produced daily, ag-related broadcasts since KSAC radio first went on the air in 1924. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the K ...
 
What is a spiritual practice? How does it work? How will it improve my life? How will deepening my self-care transform me? What strategies can I use to improve my life, increase my health and create wellness? How can craft a life that I love? The Finding Harmony Podcast gets to the root of all these questions. Each episode is full of inspiration, humour, honest observations, and actionable steps that you can integrate to enhance your experience of self-love, develop a connection to Spirit, a ...
 
Treading lightly was formed with the intention of bringing like-minded people together to care about the environment and the wellbeing of our community. We also explicitly want to bring those along that want to tread more lightly on our planet but are not quite sure how to just yet.Treading Lightly is all about being inclusive and supportive. We strongly believe that together we can achieve real solutions and improve our communities and the world at large. By uplifting each other, we raise t ...
 
A podcast that aims to open minds by examining aging, caregiving, and the intersection of healthcare as an opportunity to reshape how we partner in care. Thought leaders Cooper Linton and Nicole Clagett are reimagining aging and eldercare one idea at a time.
 
The Model Health Show is a fun, entertaining, and enlightening look at health and fitness. No subject is off limits here! World-renown author and nutritionist Shawn Stevenson breaks down complex health issues and makes them easy to understand and overcome. Whether it's weight loss, chronic fatigue, heart disease, diet, exercise, sex, hormones, sleep problems, or countless other health topics, the insights you get here will help you transform your health and live your best life ever.
 
The World and Everything in It is an Apple Podcasts top 100 News program delivering essential headlines, field reporting, interviews, and expert analysis. Find original coverage you can't get elsewhere, such as a weekly overview of every Supreme Court case, biblical cultural analysis, and key international stories. This podcast is a product of listener-supported WORLD Radio, which provides sound journalism grounded in God's Word.
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
Hello, my name is Bradley Cooper and Welcome to Entrepreneur in the Making. A Podcast about about my day to day life running two businesses. I'll also be giving out different tips and pointers on starting and running a business. I also like to ride skateboards, Jetskies, Dirtbikes or any other toy with a motor and will mix in some topics on those as well! I like to think I'm a simple guy. I Don't believe there is anything special about me. I'm very relatable and with that I hope to motivate ...
 
The Tennessee Initiative for Perinatal Quality Care (TIPQC) presents Healthy Mom Healthy Baby Tennessee. This podcast is a discussion with medical providers and other industry experts on all aspects of perinatal health. We will focus primarily on racial disparities and the current opioid crisis effecting moms and babies across our state. Tennessee Initiative for Perinatal Quality Care (TIPQC) seeks to improve health outcomes for mothers and infants in Tennessee by engaging key stakeholders i ...
 
The Finger on the Pulse podcast is the perfect place to garner insights from across all aspects of healthcare, as we get into the crucial ‘whys’ behind the stories and how they can impact all of us to improve our work, our lives and the care and services we provide as an industry. Tune in, discover more about our diverse and talented health sector and it may well spark the solution to help you see a problem or challenge in a new light.
 
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Wickedly Smart Women

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Wickedly Smart Women

Anjel B Hartwell & The Creative Age Consulting Group

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4X Award Winning show featuring the world’s most impressive emerging and established Wickedly Smart Women, this is the show where we spotlight, celebrate and elevate the Creative Age Leaders & Wickedly Smart Women who are making a massive difference in the world! Listeners who are Wickedly Smart Women "in the making" tune IN to be well fed with dynamic wisdom, legendary modeling and immediately actionable steps to be smarter, spunkier & more successful in their impact & leadership, careers, ...
 
If you are living with someone who has Alzheimer’s, dementia, confusion or memory loss, you know just how difficult the simple act of communication can be between you and your loved one. Susan Kohler, author of How to Communicate with Alzheimer’s, is host of Innovative Dementia Care, a program designed to help you, the caregiver learn about the communication process, why it is so important in caregiving, the problems in communication, and useful techniques to facilitate communication that wi ...
 
Disrupt Development brings you inspiring stories of disruptive thinkers and doers within Sustainable Development. Stories about transformative idea’s, innovative projects, impactful products, groundbreaking systems and new partnerships all aiming to accelarate impact towards Sustainable Development.
 
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Me, Myself, and AI

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Me, Myself, and AI

MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

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Why do only 10% of companies succeed with AI? In this series by MIT SMR and BCG, we talk to the leaders who've achieved big wins with AI in their companies and learn how they did it. Hear what gets experts from companies like Google Cloud, Mastercard, and others excited to do their jobs every day and what they consider the keys to their success.
 
PUNC stands for Peace Unity Nurturing Cooperation and this podcast endeavors to raise awareness and promote how we can live in a more Peaceable Unified Nurturing and Cooperative way through working on our internal and external environments by sharing thoughts, tips and other interesting facts about the world in and around us and beyond. Simply put, creating a world where we take care of the planet we live on, our neighbours and ourselves - in fact all that we are connected to which, on the Q ...
 
My name is Remi and I have an enormous pleasure to invite you to my video podcast titled CARE TO MOVE with Remi Makulec. I am a Moving and Handling Specialist and I have worked in Social Care for nearly two decades so the topics of Moving and Handling, Ergonomics and Social Care will be a common thread running through most of the episodes. But of course, this podcast will be about so much more...I am a person of numerous passions, hobbies and interests e.g. I am an amateur kickboxing champio ...
 
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Bolus: education delivered stat

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Bolus: education delivered stat

Sonia Thomas, Sarah Jordan and Gavin Cooper

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'Bolus: education delivered stat' is a podcast exploring the Haematology speciality, created for nurses, junior doctors and allied healthcare professionals. It is made by three UCLH Haematology nurses, Sonia Thomas (Matron), Sarah Jordan (Leukaemia Clinical Nurse Specialist) and Gavin Cooper (Nurse Educator). We will be releasing a new episode every Monday.
 
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Self-Created

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Self-Created

Self-Created Podcast

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Self-Created is a weekly podcast featuring the random ramblings of two Geminis who love all things culture, beauty, health, and local. Listen as Jernell and Shanika discuss their hangups and victories, prioritize their favorite thrift store, all while keeping their #ChakrasInCheck. For questions and comments, email us at selfcreatedpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @SelfCreatedPod Folllow us on Instagram: SelfCreatedPodcast www.selfcreatedpodcast.com
 
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Today we bring you into our personal lives so that you can see the ministry that the Coopers, Skillet, and my church support. With the news of the possible overturning of Roe last week, social media has gone wild. I continue to see many people (including Christians) making the claim that pro-lifers only care about the needs of the unborn, while ign…
 
On Washington Wednesday, Mary Reichard talks to Desmond Lachman about the Biden administration’s response to soaring inflation; on World Tour, Onize Ohikere reports on the latest international news; and Caleb Bailey visits a unique church under a freeway bridge in Austin. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, an egg-tremely sticky situation, and …
 
Many women walk around with a voice of constant critique inside simply because they're women. But what happens we you begin the untangling of that voice from who you really are? Anna Lovind left a career as an editor at a major publishing house and moved to Sweden, where she built a business that supports women's pursuit of a meaningful and sustain…
 
The human gut is home to trillions of bacteria, as well as other microorganisms that make up the gut microbiome. The health of the gut has been proven to affect immune function, skin health, cognitive ability, and more. If your gut health happens to be out of whack, it can also manifest in many ways beyond obvious digestive symptoms. An imbalanced …
 
Kathryn speaks with an 18 year old from Hokianga, who translated Shakespeare into Te Reo and is now representing Aotearoa at the Globe. Mahanga Mitchell hadn't performed theatre, let alone Shakespeare, before about a year ago. But his Whangarei Boy's High kiako persuaded him to give it a go. It turns out he has quite the talent. Mahanga won hearts …
 
With the Australian election looming this Saturday, the polls still have the Labor Opposition ahead but are narrowing to suggest it could be a tight result. Karen is on the Scott Morrison/Anthony Albanese campaign trail. Also following more gangland shootings, about 60 New South Wales police are being pulled away from other duties to form a special…
 
In a first ever study of day-long influences, a University of Otago experiment has found what we smell and taste can trigger food choices hours later, possibly causing overeating and exascerbating health issues. Co-author Dr Mei Peng, of the Department of Food Science tells Kathryn Ryan the research considers how we can change our eating habits by …
 
New research into the protests at parliament earlier in the year has explored how social media inflamed tensions and finds a dozen local accounts spreading disinformation were at the heart of it. The Disinformation project - part of Te Punaha Matatini - studied data from tens of millions of online posts, tweets and comments, alongside hundreds of h…
 
The door is reopening to international students but not in the way it was pre-pandemic. The Government is allowing 5-thousand new international students into the country from the middle of the year, and last week announced that Immigration New Zealand will begin processing other study visas at that time - brought forward from October.…
 
Heat and Wheat Wheat Disease Update Dairy Fly Control 00:01:05—Heat and Wheat--K-State wheat production specialist Romulo Lollato talks about the recent run of unseasonal hot weather around Kansas and the possible damage that may have caused to the winter wheat crop: he discusses the possible impact on pollination and kernel development, which he p…
 
This episode of “Nurturing Well-Being with Kurt Kelly” features Greg Hill, President & CEO of Our Children Have Rights. Listen in as we discuss the importance of children and parental rights, highlighted by Greg’s willingness to share his lived experience with the subject in order to increase community engagement and provide support to Florida fami…
 
eBay is familiar as an e-commerce site that facilitates transactions between buyers and sellers. But as eBay’s first chief AI officer, Nitzan Mekel-Bobrov is focused on the role artificial intelligence technology can play in enhancing the user experience for everyone who engages with the platform. In this episode, Nitzan shares examples of the AI t…
 
This week I'm speaking to 2019 Great British Bake Off contestant, Michelle Evans-Fecci! If you or someone else is struggling with a mental illness, please always speak to someone or click on this link to see a list of all the dedicated mental health charities in the UK. Finally, if you enjoy listening to The Stress Sessions, please download all the…
 
Sarah Schweinsberg reports on what’s causing the baby formula shortage and what parents can do about it; Mary Reichard talks to pharmacist Zach Jenkins about the latest COVID variant; and Amy Lewis meets a woman ministering to people who fall through the cracks of Australia’s social safety net. Plus: commentary from Whitney Williams, in Vogue in En…
 
Financial Planner Liz Koh says a common mistake people make in retirement, if they have a nest egg, is that they underspend. They die with more money in the bank than they intended to leave, or they live in poverty in order to preserve their investment capital. She says there is no need to feel guilty or anxious about spending retirement capital an…
 
A just-released report has found the Covid-19 pandemic could lead to growing inequalities, spanning beyond the health sector to all parts of society, unless countries cooperate more. Casting out over the next five years, the International Science Council report forcasts deepening global inequalities and the possible collapse of some health systems.…
 
When Dr Michael Sampson embarked on a Fulbright Scholarship late last year he was expecting to continue the research and teaching he's devoted his life to. Instead his time in Ukraine was cut short by the Russian invasion and he was forced to flee to Poland. In addition to an academic career - most recently as the Dean of the School of Education at…
 
Kathryn speaks with Climate Commission Chair, Dr Rod Carr about the government's first Emissions Reduction Plan released yesterday. The plan is the government's response to the Climate Change Commission's roadmap for how to get New Zealand to net-zero emissions by 2050, through a series of carbon emission budgets between now and 2035.…
 
Beef Supply Drivers Handling Cattle Semen Quail and Pasture Burning 00:01:06—Beef Supply Drivers--Livestock economist Lee Schulz of Iowa State University provides this week's cattle market commentary: he goes over what the USDA's latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report said about international beef trade...and he gets into a ne…
 
Today we show some video of professing Christians praying to “God the Mother.” We also show some alarming video from a panel at the Christian apologetics conference called The Jude 3 Project. We talk about the intersection between these unorthodox statements and Deconstructionism. Cooper Stuff is of the opinion that we are about to see these kinds …
 
On Legal Docket, Mary Reichard details oral arguments in a Supreme Court case about prosecuting crime on Indian reservations in Oklahoma; on the Monday Moneybeat, Nick Eicher talks to financial analyst David Bahnsen about the latest economic news; and on History Book, Paul Butler recounts significant events from the past. Plus: the Monday morning n…
 
Join us as we de-mystify the diagnosis, talk treatment strategies, parse through pharmaceutical options, and figure out follow-up in Generalized Anxiety Disorder with Dr. Dheepa Sekar (@DheepaSekarMD)! Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health concerns in our country and this episode will give you the tools to address it in clinic!…
 
Millions of Americans suffer from digestive problems like acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, and constipation. Beyond that, even more folks struggle with conditions like autoimmune disease, food allergies, skin problems, and mood disorders—all of which can be traced back to one root cause: gut disruption. Compromised gut health is a major barri…
 
Kennedy Warne visits the Hundertwasser Art Centre in Whangarei, initiated in 1993 and which finally opened in February this year. Austrian-born Friedensreich Hundertwasser lived the last 30 years of his life in New Zealand, and was a conservation pioneer as well as a brilliant artist and visionary architect. The centre expresses his philosophy that…
 
A successful restaurateur turned celebrity chef, Angelo Georgalli - also known as the Game Chef - has over 25 years experience in cooking, with a particular passion for hunting, fishing, archery and getting out into the great outdoors. His work as a volunteer Fish and Game ranger, and putting lunch together for his colleagues, inspired him to write…
 
When Keri Bloomfield upped sticks and planted herself in Denmark - she found it wasn't all hygge and pastries. She'd flown to the other side of the world to join her partner, with the four-month-old addition to their family in tow. She found herself blogging about her experiences as a way to cope with the quirks of cross-cultural misadventures and …
 
Amid the gloom of war, Ukraine's Eurovision win has lifted spirits, with a decisive win for the Kalush Orchestra, with their entry 'Stefania'. The group has just released the video of their song, filmed among the ruins of Irpin and Bucha. Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney also looks to Finland, which has formally formally confirmed its intention …
 
Pōrangahau farmer Gretchen King talks to Kathryn about the development of a software programme that makes it easy for farmers to record information. The Cloud Farmer App clears the way to discarding the old notebook. There is interest from overseas and Gretchen believes Cloud Farmer could also be used by horticulturalist and agriculturalist.…
 
People living with dementia are waiting too long for assessments, and can languish for years before getting respite or residential care according to Alzheimers New Zealand. The aged care sector is 20 percent short of nurses, which has forced the closure of some resthomes and the loss of 500 aged care beds in the last six months.…
 
For the final episode before the Federal Election, the Betoota Advocate interviews Grace Tame. Speaking candidly, The former Australian Of The Year gives an insight into what has been happening since the last time we spoke in 2021 - both in her work, and in Australia. Grace Tame talks about working on policy, advocacy, and her epiphanies about both…
 
This morning it is our delight to present one of the most interesting people alive: The lovely Alyson Stover! With these people its always one near death experience after another and then some… Please enjoy your morning as our guest today entertains us with insider stories about DC, cross Atlantic ocean travel, Hollywood, big studio executive jobs,…
 
In this episode, Mara Velez talks about the value of behavior modification as stress-reducing enrichment for shelter dogs. We discuss: The use of desensitization and counter-conditioning to help dogs learn how to appropriately interact with conspecifics The lack of positive reinforcement training focused behavior conferences for shelters and the re…
 
USDA Projection on 2022 U.S. Winter Wheat, Corn and Soybean Production The Final Segment on the Growth in Non-Traditional Agricultural Financing Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – USDA Projection on 2022 U.S. Winter Wheat, Corn and Soybean Production: K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien sizes up the USDA's latest world grain supply and d…
 
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