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The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show promotes a healthy world, and in order to have a healthy world, we must have transparent conversations. This show is dedicated to such conversations as the listener; your education, understanding, strength, and health are the primary focus. The goal of this show is to provide you with a framework for navigating the health and wellness space and, most importantly, being the champion of your own life. Guests include highly trustworthy professionals that bring both t ...
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Home Pricing Trends explores complicated real estate data in simple terms. We review the latest housing market developments, not only nationally, but in your neighborhood, and help you decide if now's the time to buy, sell or rent. The show is hosted by Florida Atlantic University professor, associate dean, and real estate expert, Ken H. Johnson, Ph.D. Follow Dr. Johnson on Twitter at @FAUhousingEcon.
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I am NOT Dr Ken Berry. I thought people would appreciate these podcasts on other platforms. Podcasts in chronological order taken from Ken Berry's YouTube page. Dr Berry's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@KenDBerryMD Dr Berry's Website: https://drberry.com My Stuff: https://linktree.com/owensheasby
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Are you ready to increase clarity, build confidence, and engage the courage to reach your potential? Meet Dr. Heather Penny; Leadership Coach, trusted advisor, and admired author. Heather holds a PhD in Human Services with extensive global experience in consulting as well as an M.A. in Educational Leadership. As a professional coach, Heather serves her clients by drawing out their natural strengths and motivated direction. Join Heather as she shares valuable tools to equip you to reach your ...
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Clinical Research Evolved

Noah Goodson PhD & John Reites

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On Clinical Research Evolved, hosts Dr. Noah Goodson and John Reites talk with subject matter experts from across the life science industry to discuss the history, innovations, and future of clinical research as it evolves from ideas to actions.
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Hosted by Dr. Leonard DeLorenzo, of the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame (http://mcgrath.nd.edu), Church Life Today features conversations with pastoral leaders and scholars from around the country and covers issues that matter most to Church life today. Church Life Today is an OSV Podcasts partner.
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9plus is a series that looks at the research community in WIT. Episodes will focus on individual researchers, projects and funding opportunities. The series spans multiple disciplines and aims to be as inclusive as possible.
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Mind Syrup Podcast

Ken Chance, D. Div.

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Ken Chance began his recovery on January 10, 1994. Ten months later he was suicidal and entered a psychiatric hospital were he was diagnosed with major clinical depression. Ken was a "dual diagnosis" patient.From that experience he made a personal commitment to talk about depression in 12 step meetings for alcoholism. Despite the protestations of others, who believed in one primary purpose, Ken persisted saying: "I have one primary purpose - to live life happy, joyous, and free."In 2010 Ken ...
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Improve your health & quality of life, find the truth between natural and medical science. Join Ken and Co-host Eric Rieger on the GCP, and get an unfiltered approach to your health as they host guests from all over the world. Nothing is off limits. Step in and get your gut checked...Ken (Kenneth Brown, MD) is a board certified gastroenterologist that turned his private practice into a hotbed of innovation. Ken has long been intrigued on how to best care for his patients. He challenged big p ...
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Curing with Sound

Focused Ultrasound Foundation

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Imagine harnessing the power of sound waves to heal the human body–this isn’t science fiction, it’s the reality of focused ultrasound technology. Join the conversation that explores the transformative power of this noninvasive therapy revolutionizing the treatment of nearly 180 diseases and medical conditions and giving hope to patients worldwide. Presented by the Focused Ultrasound Foundation.
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Wake Up

Douglas James Cottrell PhD

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This podcast explores the mystical side of human intuition, consciousness and awareness known as the Noetic Sciences. Can you perceive the future? Yes you can... Have you ever had a dream come true? Did you "just know" something was going to happen and then it did? Have you ever "had a feeling" something was going to happen and then it did? If so then my friend you are able to perceive the future and you're in the WAKE UP. Our podcast explains the way to the higher human consciousness to man ...
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Barking from the Wooftops is a podcast covering all areas of animal behaviour. We bring on guests from all over the world who are experts in their respective areas. We talk to dog trainers, behaviourists, Ph.D. experts, Ethologists etc. We discuss cutting-edge behaviour modification techniques and advancements in the field. All with the world’s leading experts. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
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Eye on the Issues

Wyoming Liberty Group

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Welcome to Eye on the Issues, the podcast brought to you by the Wyoming Liberty Group. Whether you're a proud Wyoming resident, hail from the Cowboy State, or simply care deeply about the issues facing Wyoming, this podcast is your go-to resource. Join us as we delve into the heart of Wyoming's most pressing concerns, offering you insights and perspectives from a diverse range of voices. You'll hear from Wyoming lawmakers and elected officials sharing their viewpoints, along with community a ...
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This Sustainable Life

Joshua Spodek: Author, Speaker, Professor

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Do you care about the environment but feel "I want to act but if no one else does it won't make a difference" and "But if you don't solve everything it isn't worth doing anything"? We are the antidote! You're not alone. Hearing role models overcome the same feelings to enjoy acting on their values creates meaning, purpose, community, and emotional reward. Want to improve as a leader? Bestselling author, 3-time TEDx speaker, leadership speaker, coach, and professor Joshua Spodek, PhD MBA, bri ...
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Welcome to Waking Up Is Not Enough: Flourishing in the Human Space! When you peek into the cosmic unity of existence and feel the love and inspiration of awakening, what happens next? Whether it’s through meditation, spiritual practice, Near-Death Experience (NDE), ingesting a mind-altering substance, or being born again, you don’t get a map for improving your messy life. In this podcast, Polly Young-Eisendrath and Michael Berger draw on expertise in science, psychology, adult development, p ...
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Subscription models are crazy powerful. Savvy small companies can easily deploy them to knock huge Goliaths off kilter. We’ve seen it in entertainment, software, hardware, news, retail, hospitality—the list goes on. In her podcast series, Robbie Kellman Baxter interviews the leaders of this revolution about how they’re using subscription pricing and membership models to redefine the biggest industries and generate predictable recurring revenue along the way.
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Career Lab Podcast

Julie LaCroix, career counselor and podcaster

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Are you stuck in a career you don't like, or confused about how to even get one started? Welcome to the Career Lab, a podcast featuring the real life clients of America's Career Counselor, Julie LaCroix and her co-host Joel Siegel PhD. Julie is an expert career counselor dedicated to launching the lives of young professionals by bringing their skills into alignment with today's job market. Don't settle for underemployment, dissatisfaction, or lack of direction. Join in the fun and real life ...
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Teaching Tomorrow is a show for educators who earnestly desire to become more awesome at what they do. Middle level educator Celeste Kirsh speaks to experts about the future of teaching and learning so you can get practical ideas that you can literally use tomorrow in your classroom.
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Interviews with executives at innovative healthcare companies on what they hear from patients they serve. And how their innovations will improve the patient’s journey. Our podcast is unique because it combines Business innovation with the Patient angle. - Patient insights - The process/approach to solutions - How patients are involved in development - Product/service/device innovations - How to accelerate a patient's journey - What is needed to elevate or advance innovation - Future vision
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The Art of Relationships Podcast

Biola University Center for Marriage and Relationships

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Is it hard to maintain your relationships with everything else you have going on in your life? Chris Grace, Ph.D., and his wife, Alisa Grace, discuss how to build healthy relationships and marriages in The Art of Relationships Podcast. Listen to get practical insights on how to deal with everyday relationship issues, whether it's your roommate, your parents, a friend, or a significant other. The Biola University Center for Marriage and Relationships exists to build and sustain healthy relati ...
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Head Sports Director for EF Education-EasyPost, Charly Wegelius, had a long career as a pro cyclist before becoming an important member of the team's staff. Zack sat down to learn more about the role of Sports Director, what being an ex-pro brings to the table and lots more. For more information on coaching, training plans and camps visit our websi…
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Welcome to another edition of Eye on the Issues! In episode 071, we sit down with Travis Deti, head of the Wyoming Mining Association, for an in-depth discussion on the recent legislative session in Wyoming and its impact on the mining industry. Travis shares insights on several key bills, including updates to blasting regulations and permitting fo…
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Join Dr. Gabrielle Lyon and guest Dr. Madeleine Novich in an enlightening conversation that explores the essence of personal, relational, and collective identities. From dissecting the intricate dynamics of health prioritization to unveiling the power of healthy boundaries in relationships, each episode offers profound insights into achieving an el…
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Adam treats dependence and addiction in some ways different and unique than past guests who have covered addiction. One way is the business side. For example, early in this conversation, he talks about how people at companies that create products designed to addict, like cell phones, tablets, and the apps and games on them, don't allow their childr…
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Dr. Marc Odrich is Chief Medical Officer at LENZ therapeutics and has decades of experience in private practice, teaching, and medical research that contributes to LENZ Therapeutics success by driving the clinical trial and approval of our novel products. His expertise in authoring and directing over 25 clinical trials throughout his career makes h…
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I start by describing how podcast guest Carl Erik Fisher, author of bestseller The Urge, reviewed my upcoming book Sustainability Simplified as a subject matter expert on addiction. Carl mentioned how my book suffered from what Bruce describes as the demon drug myth. He pointed to Bruce's work as seminal, so I started reading it. I'd heard of Rat P…
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ill Waldron PhD is professor of Religious Studies at Middlebury College where he teaches Indian religions, especially Buddhism. His recent book “Mind Only: Why Yogachara Buddhism Matters” is an important contribution to clarifying non-dual awareness and a non-dual way of life: no “object” called “world” and no “subject” called “self.” Neither objec…
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Dr. Daniel Jeanmonod, a renowned functional neurosurgeon, joins us to reflect on his pioneering career upon his retirement. Since 1989, Dr. Jeanmonod has been at the forefront of focused ultrasound research and treatment for neuropathic pain, Parkinson's disease, and essential tremor. He recounts his groundbreaking achievement in performing the wor…
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I started by sharing my experience giving after reading Peter's book The Life You Can Save. I confess I only read it after our first conversation, but loved it. I feared reading a book by an academic philosopher arguing a point would be dry and boring. Instead it led me to donate to causes. Then, even though I didn't donate for recognition or perso…
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Welcome to another episode of Eye on the Issues. Today, we're delving into the energy sector in Wyoming with Pete Obermueller, President of the Petroleum Association of Wyoming. Pete shares insights on the vital role of oil and gas in Wyoming's economy, detailing the industry's contributions to GDP, employment, and tax revenue. Discover how the Pet…
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Do you know how to get curious about the people you lead? This week, Ken Morton Jr and I talk about pursuing freedom and curiosity in leadership. So often we think that leadership is a one size fits all approach. Ken and I discuss how leading in every sphere requires letting go of control, embracing freedom, and getting curious about what makes our…
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Ever wondered why your libido might be low or why things aren’t working quite the way they should? Join us as we uncover the surprising world of how medications and substances can shake up your sex life! Discover the real truth behind common medications like oral contraceptives and SSRIs and their impact on your sexual health. In this episode, with…
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The Lord gives us what we cannot make or do for ourselves. Our first task in life is to receive. And from what we receive, we are to be changed. The mystery of the Eucharist abides in that exchange: receiving, becoming. In a new book titled Eucharist: The Real Presence of Christ, my longtime friend Tania Geist presents twelve substantive Eucharisti…
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C. Randall Harrell, M.D., is the Founder, CEO, and CMO of Regener-Eyes, LLC. With over 40 years of experience, he has become a pioneer and visionary in the field of regenerative medicine. His discoveries and patented platform technologies have led to numerous developments and therapies.Dr. Harrell began his career as a research scientist at Emory U…
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Head sports director for EF Education-Cannondale team and ex-pro racer Carmen Small talks to Zack about how the women's peloton has changed since she raced, what attracted her to joining EF Pro Cycling and how they've built their new team. For more information on coaching, training plans and camps visit our website: ⁠⁠⁠⁠http://www.teamefcoaching.co…
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How does an academic get started in podcasting? Why would they want to get behind the mic? How can it benefit their scholarship and career? Following on from a very busy academic podcasting workshop at SETU, Stacey Copeland of the University of Groningen joined Jenny O’Connor and Bruce Wardrop (both SETU) and 9plus host Rob O’Connor in studio to re…
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Join us as we uncover the extraordinary journey of Justin Gatlin, the fastest man alive and three times Olympic champion. In this episode, Justin shares how he transitioned from a young athlete with potential to a globally recognized sprinter. Learn about his rigorous training regimen, the mental resilience that kept him at the top, and the challen…
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Dr. Robert Lustig is Professor of Pediatric Endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco. He is the author of "Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease" and "The Hacking of The American Mind: The Science Behind the Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies and Brains". He is a leading public health aut…
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Regular listeners know I see our relationships with many activities that are enabled by pollution as behavioral addictions like gambling or playing video games. Thus, I bring experts in addiction. Anna's book Dopamine Nation is one of the most accessible I've read. She covers the scale of addiction, how much it's increasing, how it works, her perso…
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EF Pro Cycling Technical Operations Manager Andreas Klier talks to Zack about finding the next technological advances in cycling - including tubeless, aerodynamics and more, plus what he thinks about the next generation of riders. Andreas also tells us about changing his mind on his favorite race and his other profession as an artist. For more info…
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This episode features an insightful discussion on the potential of focused ultrasound in revolutionizing women's health care. The conversation, moderated by Dr. Jessica Foley, Chief Scientific Officer at the Focused Ultrasound Foundation, includes expert panelists Dr. Suzanne LeBlang, neuroradiologist and Director of Clinical Relationships at the F…
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Kimberly has, by dramatically reducing her flying, improved her life, living more deliberately and consistent with her values. I met her when she was a panelist at an event on promoting hurting people less by flying less. I invited her as someone to explore her journey of reducing her flying. In our conversation, the shared how she went from learni…
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This is a very special episode! Erica Dvorak and I talk about how we put the 7 Practices of Grace Space in action with our kids, in our professions, and even with each other! Want to know more? Have a listen! Erica is a dear friend that I have had the pleasure of working with. She serves female Christian entrepreneurs and dreamers as a community bu…
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DEEP DIVE into (LDN) Low Dose Naltrexone with Sebastion Denison, RPh, Andy Komuves, RPh, & Joe Bertrand, RPh Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Clearly from the adjectives it’s a “non standard” dosage from what naltrexone was originally intended. But why? LDN is a method (with EXTENSIVE data) of finding benefits to healing from certain issues that have ofte…
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In this episode, we hear about the business climate of Wyoming with Renny MacKay, head of the Wyoming Business Alliance. Renny shares his extensive background, from serving as Policy Director for Governor Mark Gordon to his role in communications for Governor Matt Mead. Now leading the Wyoming Business Alliance, Renny represents a diverse array of …
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Let’s take a look into the fascinating world of tendon health with Dr. Gerard D’Onofrio in this latest episode of the Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show. Join us as we explore the crucial role of tendons in overall mobility and discuss the various factors impacting tendon functionality. Learn about the basics of how tendons work in harmony with muscles to sup…
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Dr. Dallam is a distinguished professor in the School of Health Science and Human Movement at Colorado State University – Pueblo. He has taught a wide variety of classes in exercise physiology, research and statistics, behavior facilitation, sport psychology, kinesiology, biomechanics, management, exercise assessment and prescription, swimming, run…
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Jessica Bross helps people find their stories, craft their stories, and tell their stories. In fact, she usually writes out other people’s stories in their own voice. Jessica ghostwrites memoirs. She listens to people, she listens more, she helps them find the desire that shapes a story or theme in their lives, then she writes that story for them a…
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People who fly think most people fly, but it's more like a few percent. A small fraction of people fly, let alone across oceans or multiple times per year. If you fly, it's probably your action that hurts people most through its environmental impact, but you probably rationalize and justify it. Unlike many other polluting activities, most of the mo…
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What’s the difference between misinformation and disinformation? Where does it all come from? Why are we talking about it so much? What effect does it have on individuals and society? What can we do about it? All of these questions (and more) are explored in a fascinating discussion between John Balfe (SETU), Steph Hanlon (Carlow College) and 9plus…
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Many subscription entrepreneurs lament their lack of fancy software and dashboards to allow them to better manage their business. But if you know your ideal member and understand their pain points, and if you're always tinkering and adjusting your offering to better align with the needs of those members, you can build a powerful recurring revenue b…
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In this episode of Eye on the Issues, we hear takeaways from the recent legislative session and explore key outcomes with Senator Wendy Schuler, who represents Senate District 15 in Uinta County. Senator Schuler reflects on the budget session, highlighting the challenges and successes of passing the budget. She provides an overview of the legislati…
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Team EF Coaching director Zack Morris chats to EF Education-EasyPost new signing Archie Ryan at our Girona training camp. The Irish rider talks about his u23 years, how knee injuries impacted his racing, his love for the Basque country and who is the better rider, him or Ben Healy? For more information on coaching, training plans and camps visit ou…
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Dive deep into the fascinating world of gut health with Dr. Ken Brown, a physician and expert in the field. This episode explores how gut health impacts everything from nutrient absorption to overall well-being and even mental health. Dr. Brown shares strategies to cultivate a diverse and healthy gut microbiome, the causes and treatment approaches …
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Dr. Dallam is a distinguished professor in the School of Health Science and Human Movement at Colorado State University – Pueblo. He has taught a wide variety of classes in exercise physiology, research and statistics, behavior facilitation, sport psychology, kinesiology, biomechanics, management, exercise assessment and prescription, swimming, run…
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Chuck Walker, an adventurer and business owner, began experiencing symptoms of Parkinson’s disease in 2013. In this episode, Chuck and his wife, Dr. Maureen Whelihan, share their inspiring journey with focused ultrasound treatment. Chuck shares how his Parkinson’s-related tremor affected his daily life, from running and riding motorcycles to giving…
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This week my dear friend, Laura Coostona and I unpack the idea of responding vs reacting when facing conflict or tension. When we inevitably experience conflict in our teams or relationships, the temptation for many of us is to react. We go on the defense, or sometimes even the offense. But what if we paused?... Pausing gives us the chance to have …
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Welcome back to another episode of Eye on The Issues! We recorded this interview with Dr. John Mansell during the 2024 Wyoming legislative session when it was still to be determined if this year's session would see yet another attempt to expand Medicaid in our state. For the first time in several years, no actual attempts were made. However, very r…
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Dr. Jess Gwin, a recognized expert in nutritional sciences, unveils the profound role of proteins and essential amino acids in our diet. We discuss the critical importance of protein quality and its impact on more than just muscle health—exploring how it influences hunger, brain function, and satiety. Delving into the nuances of daily protein optim…
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"What I do doesn't matter" is one of the more common sentiments of our time. We use it to avoid acting when we see problems. A similar rationalization not to act: "I have faith that younger people will solve our environmental problems. After all they will be affected more." People say these things to avoid acting, avoiding personal responsibility. …
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Dr. Dallam is a distinguished professor in the School of Health Science and Human Movement at Colorado State University – Pueblo. He has taught a wide variety of classes in exercise physiology, research and statistics, behavior facilitation, sport psychology, kinesiology, biomechanics, management, exercise assessment and prescription, swimming, run…
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It’s hard—and getting harder—to discern the proper relationship between our Catholic faith and American political life. Perhaps it is time to reset the framework for how we engage politics as Catholics, even by broadening our understanding of our duty to public life beyond merely politics. In his new book, Citizens Yet Strangers, Kenneth Craycraft …
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