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AlzheimersIQ

Zekel Healthcare

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The disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and disproportionally impacts minorities and women. Two out of three Alzheimer's patents are women.
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Join Anne Fraser as she sheds light on one of the most complex and challenging diseases of our time. Anne explores all facets of Alzheimer's and dementia, providing insights into living with loved ones who suffer from the disease, as well as prevention, treatment, and reversing cognitive decline. Through interviews with leading medical experts, caregivers, and people living with Alzheimer's and dementia, Anne offers practical advice and support to help listeners navigate this difficult journ ...
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This is a podcast made by scientists for scientists, to help you save time so you can conduct better research. For a given month, we sort the abstracts of the latest primary research articles on Alzheimer's disease into separate categories. We then summarize them for you to enjoy on the bus, on your jog, or in the lab. We hope you find our podcast useful and accessible.
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Love Conquers Alz

Susie Singer Carter and Don Priess

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2024 #1 ALL TIME DEMENTIA PODCAST /GOODPODS and 2020 WINNER BEST PODCAST - New Media Film Festival. Caregivers have one of the hardest jobs in the world. Having both been caregivers for a family member affected with Alzheimer’s, Susie Singer Carter and Don Priess both know this is a disease that cannot be faced alone. In fact, their Oscar Qualified film based on Susie's Mother, MY MOM AND THE GIRL starring Valerie Harper in her final performance - has and continues to touch people all over t ...
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Messages of Hope

Mind Body Spirit.fm

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If you wonder about life after death or wish you could communicate with loved ones who have passed, hear Suzanne Giesemann—a former Navy commander turned medium—share real evidence from the spirit world. Learn her tools for living a more conscious and purposeful life as we connect with the greater reality. Want to know more about Suzanne's own story and her understanding of reincarnation? Take a look.
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At God's coffee table Pastor Ray Muñoz and a variety of guests discuss God, the Bible and how it relates to our daily life and struggles. We are here to answer any questions you may have about life and to help us all gain a better understanding of God and ourselves.
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This Day and Age

Holland Home, Faith Hospice, Atrio Home Care

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It’s true—age is more than just a number. With each year comes new challenges, new opportunities, and new experiences to navigate. In this podcast, we bring together experts in all things aging from Holland Home, Faith Hospice, and Atrio Home Care to arm you with the information you need to spark conversations with your loved ones and help make confident decisions as they go through the phases of life. Topics range from preparing for senior care both at home or in a senior living community t ...
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Teb Talks

Teb Moema

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Welcome to Teb Talks! Here a taste of what’s to come every fortnight as I put the world rights with my friends. I am taking on a personal mission to undo the taboo around so many everyday issues that women (and men) go through such as depression, jealously, miscarriage, taking back our cheating boyfriends, live at home adults, bikini waxes, periods….the list goes on. The things we talk about together in private but we don’t see reflected back at us in any public way! Hosted on Acast. See aca ...
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Realityarts

Amanda Trought

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Arts and Creativity for Health - Inspiring you to unlock your creative talents. Looking at how Creative expression can impact on our health and well-being and effect change in our lives. Posting Wednesday - Arts and Wellness - Arts, interviews, strategies, resources for those living with Dementia and their Carers. Friday - Inspiration Shorts is a top-up reflection suggestion. Want to make a Donation to the podcast & improve the production? http://paypal.me/amandatrought
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"Fear holds you back. Intuition, faith and love push you forward." Dr. Dana Saperstein, PhD., host of the Fear Me Out Podcast, has been in private practice as a clinical psychologist in Santa Barbara, CA for more than 30 years. His unique approach will have you experiencing fear differently. Along with his studio guests, he engages in life conversations that most people are too uncomfortable to have. Questions/Comments/Sponsorship Inquiries: fearmeoutpodcast@gmail.com Visit our website: http ...
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Health care podcast exploring different types of treatments to help people function better. With a strong emphasis on structural integrity and proper exercises, people can perform better as well as feel better. Increasing mobility through better biomechanics. Core Health Darien offers chiropractic care, physical therapy, exercise instructions, and massage to get you back on track as fast as possible. Listen and Learn. Core Health Darien 551 Post Road Darien CT 06820203-656-3636 https://www.d ...
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Host Dr. Andrea Wilkinson has a PhD in Psychology, with a specialization in Cognitive Aging. She has been studying brain fitness and cognitive maintenance for over 15 years. The BrainShape Podcast discusses the hottest issues, topics, interests and concerns related to healthy aging and brain health for aging adults, older adults, seniors and baby boomers who want to learn about how to stay mentally and physically engaged for as long as possible. What are the tips and techniques that promote ...
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"I feel a strong calling to be of service. This workshop is the beginning of a much more deliberate plan to help women heal" Justine Hamilton and Dr. Dana speak at length about Justine's upcoming women's workshop. She is making a devotion to help women resolve trauma and lead more fulfilling lives. Justine describes a lifetime of feeling the need t…
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Adaptive Publications Providing Social, Cultural, and Spiritual Engagement Lori La Bey talks with a variety of founders who are providing a variety of adaptive reading publications. This is a fabulous show that can be life-enriching for not just those living with dementia but for all older eyes! I think you will be amazed at all the resources we di…
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https://darienchiropractor.com/cognitive/ Are you just a little more forgetful lately? It’s happening to people earlier and earlier...If you think you’re too young to start worrying about that, think again. Over the past decade, rates of Alzheimer’s have tripled in people under age 65 . 58.7% of men and women between the ages of 45–64 report diffic…
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A needle-free vaccine sprayed under the tongue could prevent UTIs from occurring. In a long-term observational study, more than half of the participants remained UTI-free nine years after receiving the drug. MV140 contains heat-inactivated bacteria from four of the major species that cause UTIs. Also, new research on the time of day you exercise, a…
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UK's approach to gender affirming care has come under massive scrutiny off the back of two reviews into the system. However experts here are warning that applying these findings to Australia, misses important context. Associate Professor Elizabeth Scott explains what she sees on a day-to-day basis caring for children as a psychiatrist. And Professo…
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A new UNSW-led international study has assessed the levels of PFAS contamination in surface and ground water around the globe. It found that much of our global source water exceeds PFAS safe drinking limits. Professor Denis O'Carroll, senior author of the study, takes us through the findings. And we discuss the potential health risks of PFAS exposu…
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Bladder cancer is common, but it doesn’t get much attention. Safe and effective treatments are needed to treat this cancer early, with fewer negative side effects. As Professor Dickon Hayne explains, a first-in-human trial has injected a type of immunotherapy directly into the bladder to attack tumours, with some early success.…
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Talking Tech Options To Live Well With Dementia Lori La Bey talks with Abbie Richie who hosts Tech Tuesdays on Foresight TV and Tech Talks on CBS Channel 5. She is a TEDx speaker, a member of the AARP’s AgeTech Collaborative, and the director of corporate communications for The Smarter Service. Tips For Picking and Customizing Technology To Meet Yo…
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Join Anne Fraser as we introduce our new program, the Ambassador of Hope. This initiative is dedicated to spreading awareness and providing support for Alzheimer's prevention, early detection, and the potential for reversal. By becoming an Ambassador of Hope, you can make a difference in the lives of those affected by Alzheimer's. Your monthly dona…
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ALL of us can face hard times, even spiritual teachers. How do we navigate the challenges when we're already deeply spiritual? Author, shamanic teacher, and NDE experiencer, Sandra Ingerman, joins me for an outstanding conversation this Sunday. We'll talk about her (twice!) being struck by lightning, acting as a counselor to neighborhood residents …
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Naila brings you 21 articles from January 2024, on non-pharmacological approaches to the prevention and intervention of Alzheimer's disease. You'll be treated to research from computational modeling, to rodent models, to clinical trials, with a particular focus on optimizing and personalizing intervention strategies. This episode also covers some r…
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25 Years of Supporting Families and Caregivers Our host, Lori La Bey talks with a wonderful panel about the Normandale Center for Healing & Wholeness who give us insights from various perspectives. We are lucky to have with us Jennifer Monroe, Executive Director, Becky Zinn-Caulfield, Caregiver Specialist, Leaf who is 93-years-old and who was recen…
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"Most people don't understand what it's like to have bi-polar illness" Cole Napoli bravely discusses the difficulties of having bi-polar disorder. He and Dr. Dana have an in depth discussion of the disorder itself and the prejudice he has encountered. His experience being bi-polar is both inspirational and enlightening.…
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It's not the apple a day keeping some people away from the doctors' office. For up to 60% of Australian adults reading a medication label, instructions on their referral, or filling in the forms in the waiting room can present a challenge to their literacy levels. That avoidance of early care means a higher chance of ending up in the emergency depa…
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New technology is allowing researchers to look beyond standard autopsy results to investigate viruses and inflammation to point to possible causes of some cases of SIDS. Dr Robin Haynes from the Boston Children's Hospital, working in part with Australian charity River's Gift, identified specific viruses and inflammation of the brain stem in some ca…
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Your doctor's just told you you're going to need a medical procedure, and you pat yourself on the back for paying those private health insurance premiums for all those years. But on closer inspection you realise – you're not covered for the procedure after all. Private health reforms mean coverage is a lot easier to navigate than it used to be but …
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This week in health news a look at how cows in the US are catching bird flu. What's new on the menu for flu vaccinations this year. And could GLP-1s, commonly recognised by brand names like Ozempic and Mounjaro, be used in the treatment of Parkinson's disease and the prevention of some cancers?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Have you ever wondered if you're making up those signs, synchronicities, and messages from spirit? Often, even with a 5-bar (excellent connection!) mediumship reading, we may finding ourselves wondering whether we imagined it all. Scientist, mystic, and medium Cheryl Page has a lot to say on this subject, which is why I invited her back after her r…
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Advocate. Leader. Caregiver. Jenny Abeling is dedicated to helping those in need, through the complexities of long-term care. Currently she is the Governor’s Commissioner on Senior Services, working tirelessly to raise up senior related needs across the State of Oregon. Formerly the Essential Worker Healthcare Trust Director, Jenny led a first in t…
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Building Love & Joy into Caregiving with LEGO BRICKS! Lori La Bey talks with Loretta Woodward Veney who is an inspirational speaker and certified LEGO® Serious Play® facilitator who offers a wealth of information, encouragement, and humor to her audiences. Loretta is the author of Being My Mom’s Mom, Refreshment for the Caregiver’s Spirit, and Colo…
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Join host Anne Fraser on this enlightening episode of "Bringing Hope to Alzheimer's" as she sits down with Paula Kopp, a dedicated registered nurse with over 35 years of experience in clinical and leadership roles. Currently serving as a nurse navigator and community liaison for John Knox Village East in Higginsville, Missouri, Paula shares her ins…
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Join Christy for 12 papers from January 2024 on structural neuroimaging in the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. This episode is a bit different from past ones because it's all about the use of machine learning and deep learning. Whether you're an AI researcher or simply curious about the topic, you won't want to miss this episode. Detecting AD (3:…
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Discovering A Cash Resource Often Overlooked When Chronic Illness Hits Lori La Bey talks with Joyce Bidwell who assists seniors in selling their life Insurance policy for a lump sum cash settlement to a large pool of policy buyers and investors, assuring the highest offers in the marketplace. Learn: How HIV influenced death benefits for Life Insura…
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Thousands of babies at risk of respiratory syncytial virus will be better protected as cases surge. New South Wales and Queensland are following WA's lead with new RSV vaccine programs for vulnerable infants. Also making health news this week, a drop in PBS subsidised opioid use and a new therapy for a deadly genetic disease in kids.…
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Colorectal cancer is happening more often and in younger people, but why? Part of the answer might have to do with the microbiome. Researchers at University of Melbourne have identified a particular strain of bacteria that causes DNA damage that leads to cancer. Associate Professor Daniel Buchanan explains what this means – and whether this informa…
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Anaemia is a common condition where there's not enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen to the body's tissues. It can cause debilitating symptoms, including tiredness, weakness and shortness of breath. For the first time in 50 years the World Health Organization has revised its guidelines for diagnosis. Professor Sant-Rayn Pasricha from the …
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We spend 90 per cent of our time indoors but the quality of the air we breathe while we're there is largely unregulated. It's something experts have been wanting to change for two decades, but came into the spotlight during the pandemic as people realised COVID was airborne. Professor Lidia Morawska is the lead author of paper in the journal Scienc…
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Open Mic on Alzheimer's Speaks discusses the need for more support for people diagnosed with a form of dementia when they are hospitalized. Plus how there are now wonderful publications supporting those living with dementia who still enjoy reading. Join us as we talk with Micheal Ellenbogen who is living with dementia and Nikki Jardin the Co-founde…
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Anne Fraser sat down with Nicole McMonigle, a renowned advocate for Alzheimer's care and brain health. As the community ambassador for a leading memory care facility, Nicole shared her invaluable insights on the crucial role of memory cafes in supporting individuals with Alzheimer's and cognitive decline. Alzheimer's disease, a progressive neurolog…
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Another series of AMiNDR kicks off with this episode. Anusha takes you through 7 papers published in January 2024 targeting neuroprotection in AD. If you'd like to hear about potential compounds that could reduce neurodegeneration in Alzheimer's disease, this is the episode for you. Testing for neuroprotection in cell lines (2:57) Testing for neuro…
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If you've ever wondered about the back stories of my earthly team, you'll love this podcast! Each one of these women (and our dear Jayesh) were, in a sense, delivered by spirit. They'll share with us how that happened, as well as the personal experiences which led to them to mediumship and to living The Awakened Way. They'll talk about their heart-…
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Thanacare: Advanced Care Planning Registry for All Lori La Bey talks with Dr. Michael Madison has been a practicing interventional neuroradiologist in the Twin Cities of Minnesota for the last 25 years. His career and personal life heavily influence his passion for improving care at the end of life. Dr Madison is the Co-Founder, President, and Chie…
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In this small study, brain cancer tumours shrank rapidly in the first few days when treated with chimeric antigen receptor, or CAR, T cells injected into the fluid around the brain. While some tumours returned in time, Dr Marcela Maus, from Harvard Medical School, says it's a proof of concept that requires further study.…
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Join us for the awe-inspiring story of Michelle Clare where she shares the three near-death experiences that led her to heaven. Discover how meeting spirit guides, angels, and conversing with Jesus transformed Michelle into a gifted psychic, medium, and intuitive healer. Witness how her abilities allowed her to hear directly from her soulmate after…
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Doing Dementia Differently, A Non-Traditional Approach to Memory Care Lori La Bey talks with Zach Parlier the Administrator at English Rose, where they have been providing Memory Care, Assisted Living, and In-Home Care in the Minneapolis metro area in Minnesota for 25+ years. Zach has been a dementia educator for the past 7 years and is eager to sp…
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Gwen's advice: "Do not argue, reason or explain in the moment when you are working with someone with dementia." Gwen Dawson and Dr. Dana have an in-depth discussion about dementia. Gwen lost her mother and is losing her husband to this debilitating condition. She provides both practical advice and emotional vulnerability in the podcast episode.…
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It's the ultra-processed milk powder intentionally marketed as a follow-on to breastfeeding or infant formulae. But evidence suggests toddler or transition milks are unnecessary at best and harmful at worst. Anthea Rhodes, a paediatrician at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, says parents are being tricked into thinking their toddlers need…
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Numbers of alcohol related deaths may have been under reported because past abuse isn't captured when a reformed-drinker dies. It's called the 'sick quitter effect', where someone is no longer drinking at the time of their death, because previous harm has convinced them to stop. Dr Peter Sarich from the Daffodil Centre says this can create biased r…
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Queensland's Chief Health Officer says the term "long-COVID" should be scrapped, saying its use implies there's something unique about longer term symptoms associated with COVID infection. Queensland Health research, due to be presented to a European conference in late April, found that a year after infection there was no evidence of worst post-vir…
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Bringing Out the Best in Care Community Staff Members Lori La Bey talks with Tryn Rose Seley, an award-winning author, first original AlzAuthors member, and provider of Mindful Art sessions for people living with dementia and their care partners. Learn: To look at how you view people who care. To evaluate the philosophies of the corporation, the ad…
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In a recent episode of the "Bringing Hope to Alzheimer's" podcast, host Anne Fraser sat down with Taylor Jordan, a key member of the Night of Hope organization, to discuss their efforts in combating Alzheimer's and dementia. Taylor shared her personal connection to the disease, with both her godfather and great-grandmother having suffered from Alzh…
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Don and I both agree that Episode 85 (wow!), ranks as one of our favorites to date. Our amazing guest, Dr. Mitchell Clionsky is a board certified neuropsychologist with more than 30 years of clinical experience and has treated more than 20,000 patients with cognitive problems. Dr. Clionsky understands the toll of memory disorders as both a caring p…
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