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Weekly long-form conversations with fascinating people at the creative edges of national security. Unscripted. Informal. Always fresh. Chatter guests roll with the punches to describe artistic endeavors related to national security and jump into cutting-edge thinking at the frontiers where defense and foreign policy overlap with technology, intelligence, climate change, history, sports, culture, and beyond. Each week, listeners get a no-holds-barred dialogue at an intersection between Lawfar ...
 
Inclusivity is the fuel to brand acceleration. As the digital world expands, developing an inclusive vision and strategy for building community is imperative. Just as Nike connected with all levels of athletes and Apple delivered products to all types of users so every brand must find the universal human connection to their products and services. How can organizations significantly impact people? How do you increase value and loyalty? How can you show up today as an inclusive brand? Welcome ...
 
Each month, members of the RFGeneration.com site participate in a play through of a shoot-em-up game, ranging from classics like R-Type and Gradius to modern "bullet hell" style games, like DoDonPachi and Ketsui. Shoot the Core-cast is an exploration of these games, and our experiences playing them alongside the site members. https://linktr.ee/shootthecorecast
 
The Expecting Aerialist at the intersection of the aerial athlete’s lifestyle and motherhood. I share the stories of women from all over the world about their prenatal and postpartum journeys touching on topics such as pelvic floor dysfunction, diastasis recti & C-section recovery and postpartum mental health. Some guests are everyday women turned badass hobbyists and others are professionals currently performing for Cirque du Soleil. I ask the key questions - How did they get back to what t ...
 
The Utterly Moderate Podcast is the official podcast of the Connors Forum for a Healthy Democracy. The core mission of the Connors Forum is to disseminate high-quality nonpartisan information to the public. Utterly Moderate is hosted by Lawrence Eppard, a researcher, university professor, and director of the Connors Forum. On each episode Eppard is joined by a guest (or two or three!) to help him understand important topics by focusing on just the weight of the empirical evidence and none of ...
 
WYE is the podcast that responds to all emergencies on and off the job. This podcast covers four core areas of life: Physical, Financial, Emotional, and Professional. Inside each of those cores lies four phases of an emergency: Education, Preparation, Response, and Recovery. Through each core, WYE will offer different perspectives on each phase. Industry and Subject Matter Experts will offer their guidance on how best to leverage possibility and maximize results in each of the four areas.
 
Antoine Debbs | UNEOS-CTH.COM Founder & Creative Director CORE | PROGRESSION Founder. Spiritual Activist, Alternative thinker, Free thinker, Intuitive, Em-path, Indigo child. We talk about all the things that normal society needs proof to believe. We strive to be unbiased and open to all topics, contents and human perspective. Respect is key. Communication is key. Unconditional love is vital. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Iwouldntsaythat/support
 
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WRaP EM is a group of ordinary but passionate clinicians and medical educators who want to promote the concepts of Wellness, Resilience and Performance, from being considered “the soft stuff” to becoming a core part of Emergency Medicine practice. We aim to provide a thought provoking forum for idea sharing and creativity, focused on the development and wellbeing of healthcare professionals. WRaP EM has created a Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAMEd) curriculum blog and now podcast to ...
 
CanadiEM aims to improve emergency care in Canada by building an online community of practice for healthcare practitioners and providing them with high quality, freely available educational resources. Our podcasts are found on this channel and include: CRACKCast (Core Rosen's and Clinical Knowledge) helps residents to "Turn on their learn on" through podcasts that assist with exam prep by covering essential core content. ClerkCast: A podcast focused on clinical clerks and their time in emerg ...
 
Prestige 70 podcast features intimate conversations between acclaimed musicians, composers, producers, and Scott Goldman—who, as the longtime moderator of the GRAMMY® Museum Public Programs Series, has interviewed hundreds of iconic figures in music. Through the lens of contemporary artists including Chic Corea, Poncho Sanchez, Miles Mosley, Azar Lawrence and Nate Mercereau, Prestige 70 not only looks back at the musicians and recordings that made the label so important (Miles Davis, John Co ...
 
This series is all about Mechanical Keyboards, talking from switches, caps, DIY kits, hand-wired, cases, plates and more. If its about Mechanical Keyboards, we'll probably talk about it! As a sub-series is also the Mech Market Report, a weekly look at prices from the second-hand market on the MechMarket subreddit.
 
Outer space doesn’t have to be all uncharted territory and vast unknowns. This weekly show from Inverse, enlists the universe's greatest experts, explorers, and enthusiasts to answer the questions that are worth spacing out over. Hosted by video producer and resident star child, Steve Ward, each episode will launch headfirst into topics of astronomical proportions with an approachable style. When will we realistically get to Mars? How would we build a space colony better than Earth? What wil ...
 
There are many elements in our lives that affect our well-being and there are many ways that we can explore them. One avenue to optimal self-care is having open, honest conversations about what it means to be well. Navigate love and relationships, purpose and meaning, mental health and wellness, success and failure, and all of those things that make us human with Whitney Lauritsen on This Might Get Uncomfortable. Whitney has over 13 years of professional experience in the health, wellness, a ...
 
A Shoot 'em Up (Shmup) Gaming Podcast. We cover everything from Danmaku, Bullet Hell, Arcade, New, Retro, Top Down, Twin-Stick, Run n Gun, Fixed, Gallery, Rail, Arena... Rogue-lite Hybrids (cause that's a thing)... maybe a light gun game or two... basically anything that's shmup or shmup related. We do the news, reviews, retrospectives, deep dives, and any other hot item clickbait words that raises the SEO! Hosted by Sensei Pong. Thread the needle... Lick and Scrubside!
 
2020 WEBBY AWARD HONOREE In a post-apocalyptic world with no internet or electricity, five disparate factions vie for dominance in the city-state of Fiveboro. Each tribe worships at the altar of the bygone pop-culture references of an earlier time, and relishes the stories of film and television they've never actually seen. The Fansci Folk live in a Sci-Fi/Fantasy cosplay kingdom, the Escandalistas invoke the drama of the Telenovelas, The Criterione Collective praises the independent Art Fil ...
 
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Take Home Points Methemoglobinemia can result from exposure to a number of different medications. The most common are dapsone and topical anesthetic agents (i.e. benzocaine) Consider the diagnosis in any patient with cyanosis and hypoxia that doesn’t respond to oxygen administration Administer methylene blue to any patient with abnormal vital signs…
 
Plagues periodically exact a heavy toll on human life--and much more. They devastate economies, exacerbate social disorder, shock governance systems, provide fodder for political violence, and interact in surprising ways with terrorism. In this conversation, David Priess and longtime RAND Corporation terrorism expert Brian Michael Jenkins talk abou…
 
It's Friday night in the summer of 1972 and a new NBC show called "Emergency!" captivates Americans with the idea of little half trained Doctors called "Paramedics" treating patients before taking them to the hospital. For decades we were told they were the first, the OG, the father's of modern EMS. But did you know they weren't even close to the f…
 
She first came on the pod last year to talk about the traumatic birth of her first baby where little Aria swallowed too much meconium in the womb, had to be born via emergency C-section and spent her first weeks of life in the NICU. We check in with my friend JLo in the 4th trimester of her second pregnancy to see how she’s feeling and what challen…
 
Whitney Lauritsen has been casually doing well-being coaching for years. She helps people out by tapping into her intuition and drawing lessons from her personal experiences. Even though she is doing this to serve others instead of earning a living, she decided to make it official. In this episode, Whitney shares the experience of getting proper tr…
 
How do our childhood experiences determine our results as adults? The answers may not be so obvious. In this 400th episode, Odille Remmert, the co-author of Change What Happened to You, highlights how we overcome generational suffering through memory editing. He breaks down how to look at the unconscious part of our brain as GPS coordinates to safe…
 
Everything begins with engagement. You have to make sure your employees are passionate about the work they do. You have to make sure that they believe in the brand and in the organization. Results will come later, but you need to engage first. Set up meetings for new hires, be open to listening to your employee's problems, or help them in their car…
 
It's been just longer than one year since Shane Harris and David Priess embarked on a voyage of new adventures aboard the S.S. Chatter, seeking out creative conversations on the distant shores of the national security ocean. And what a journey it's been. To date, they've hosted more than 50 long-form conversations on topics from spy novels to Olymp…
 
Thank you for being a valued member of our wonderful Utterly Moderate community of reasonable Americans. We hope you have a joyous Thanksgiving celebration with those closest to you! Happy Thanksgiving :) The Connors Forum is an independent entity from the institutions that we partner with. The views expressed in our newsletters and podcasts are th…
 
Justin got an interesting question at the firehouse recently so of course he waits until the microphones are on to Ask MC the same question. On the way to that question we get sidetracked in true WYE fashion and discuss a video sent in from Brendan about never talking to the Police as well as more hilarious things MC has been offered, for free, as …
 
She’s the creator of Core Exercise Solutions, a physical therapist and a climber herself. We talk about abdominal pressure, choosing exercises when you become pregnant, signs of pelvic floor tension, how PF tension and diastases recti tie together and how stress and cortisol can affect belly fat and muscle building. Find Dr. Sarah at Core Exercise …
 
If you just got a traffic violation that you think you can contest, check out Off The Record. That’s exactly what Whitney Lauritsen did when she fought back against getting her speeding ticket. Tune in to find out why you should fight your ticket, how to get a ticket dismissed, and why you should hire a speeding ticket lawyer. Discover how speeding…
 
While you listen, don’t forget to subscribe to our free email newsletter! It takes only seconds! This is our Thanksgiving episode! Here at the Connors Forum we are deeply grateful for YOU, our wonderful community of subscribers we have built over the last few years with our podcast and newsletter. We care deeply about doing our small part to bring …
 
The first step to effectively destigmatize depression is to understand it. Joining Whitney Lauritsen in this conversation to help us with this topic is Sarah Zabel. Sarah tells the story of how she took care of her body when she was experiencing SAD (seasonal affective disorder). She talks about the pros and cons of herbal remedies for and self-med…
 
It is one thing to reach people; it is another to engage with them. It is in that engagement that relationships are built, and meaningful connections are made. And there probably is no better way to do that than through storytelling. Anthea Hartzenberg of OfferZen joins Josh Hotsinpiller to share with us how she is utilizing storytelling in creatin…
 
Satellites have held a special place in military planning and in spy fiction alike for more than half a century. Both domains ended up devoting much attention to satellite-based weapons and anti-satellite weaponry; both have also dealt with the problem of space debris related to the latter. In this chat, David Priess and George Washington Universit…
 
Just in case you thought our semi regular series on cops behaving badly was taking a hiatus, in comes some news from a couple of PDs local to the studio. According to the story on Police 1 and in local media outlets, a few Officers have found new and interesting ways to screw up. From the investigation into possibly conspiring to assault people com…
 
She’s a brand new mama, an aerialist/instructor at UpFlyingYoga LA and a digital marketing professional. Kaylee carves out some time during what can be the hardest time of being a mom to share her experience. Sign up for Roll It Out Class HERE Order your copy, ebook or audio book of UNDERSTANDING AERIAL SILKS on Amazon Get on the waitlist for Aeria…
 
Road trips are their own kind of adventure. In today’s episode, join Whitney Lauritsen as she narrates her trip across the country. She gets into the details of her journey back from the East Coast to Los Angeles. From visiting family and friends to enjoying a magical night in a small town and encountering new people. Hear all about Whitney’s escap…
 
Thanks to the plethora of free-to-use digital tools on the internet, starting your very own podcasting career these days has never been easier. But even with all of these at hand, many are still afraid to get their opinions out into the world for public consumption. Whitney Lauritsen chats with Lloyd George about lowering the barriers that hinder p…
 
Modern presidents both influence and are influenced by books, movies, and television; with no commander in chief is that more clear than with Ronald Reagan. Dr. Benjamin Griffin, chief of the Military History Division at the United States Military Academy, has researched and written the definitive book about the 40th president's interactions with T…
 
We've all seen the stories about the emotional support peacocks and little fluffy emotional support purse sized dogs but are there any actual regulations when it comes to service animals? Indeed there are and, like most encounters with the public, the first person to say they know the law is usually wrong. This week we find out because Justin (the …
 
Masha, an aerialist based in LA jumps on the pod to talk about her unique perspective on the war between Russia & Ukraine. I’d been wanting to take this tangent with her ever since the war started. *She’s a trained aerialist and contortionist, but it’s not the focus of this episode. Sign up for Roll It Out Class HERE Order your copy, ebook or audio…
 
Emotions are hard to control. You can be in a really high state of awareness about yourself and still lose control of your emotions. You can be riding a horse in the most amazing view and still feel some negative emotions. It's hard to be anything other than those emotions at the moment. So how can you show up authentically to those emotions and no…
 
When building an inclusive workplace environment, one shouldn't downplay the importance of cultural and linguistic awareness. Communication and building relationships are vital in creating culture. Ryan Hart, Fractional Chief Experience Officer of Chameleon Collective, is joining us to discuss this further. Ryan is a recognized expert on the inters…
 
Trigger warning: This discussion covers personal experience with abortion. Mother-daughter relationships go deeper than any other connections and even transcends into education, politics, elections, and misogyny. These topics often lead to tensions and arguments, and this calls for healthy boundaries. Whitney Lauritsen chats with Karen C.L. Anderso…
 
Although codemaking and codebreaking often receive less attention in the public imagination than swashbuckling HUMINT operations and ingenious spy gadgets, they have changed history. The under-appreciation of cryptography might stem from a combination of the complexity of encryption, the classified nature of much of its technology, and the difficul…
 
Take Home Points Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis (SBP) is a difficult diagnosis to make because presentations are variable. Consider a diagnostic paracentesis in all patients presenting to the ED with ascites from cirrhosis An ascites PMN count > 250 cells/mm3 is diagnostic of SBP but treatment should be considered in any patient with ascites and…
 
In a TED talk in Scotland, Elizabeth Loftus shares some of her research about memory, explaining how a man was accused and convicted of rape despite no evidence other than the victim saying initially "He looks the most like the guy." Trouble is, come trial and the victim is 100% sure it was a man who didn't commit the crime. He is convicted and spe…
 
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast, Shippensburg University political scientist Lonce Bailey joins the show to discuss the midterm elections: Which party will likely control the House of Representatives? Which party will likely control the Senate? Which issues do voters say are most important in this election? Lonce is a friend of the …
 
Bayleigh is a ballet teacher and aerialist from Tulsa, OK and she’s just had her second child. We talk about the sleep version of “tag-you’re-it,” her sciatica, her postpartum body journey and her thoughts on guiding young ballet dancers in a healthier way. Bayleigh trains at Tribe Circus Arts and you can find her on Instagram @Bayleigh.h Sign up f…
 
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