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Professor David Nutt has spent a career making the argument for a rational, evidence-based approach to drug policy and drug use. The scientific evidence still challenges perceived wisdom on drugs and for that reason can appear to be contentious. In this podcast, the Professor explores the actual harms and potential benefits of various drugs, challenging myths surrounding classification and legislation, and exploring the societal impact of poorly informed drug policy. Using evidence in public ...
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We Talk about all things alcohol and drugs. We have interviews with people with personal stories, family members that have had to deal with a loved one's alcohol or drug use, interesting experts in the space along with short tips and tricks to help anyone struggling with addictive patterns. We hold a radio show here in Australia so some episodes maybe cut into pieces to remove advertisements and other episodes are just straight from the podcasting studio. We try to have some fun with a somet ...
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This podcast series focuses on Ayahuasca Assisted Therapy and the integration process. Journey with your hosts, Nina and her guests as we educate, inform & support the conscious and responsible use of Ayahuasca in a western context. ~ Sign-up for our emails to stay up-to-date about our projects & trainings: avatarhealingarts.com Disclaimer: Ayahuasca and DMT are potentially illegal substances, and we don’t encourage or condone the use of these substances where it is against the law. However, ...
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Hard Fork

The New York Times

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“Hard Fork” is a show about the future that’s already here. Each week, journalists Kevin Roose and Casey Newton explore and make sense of the latest in the rapidly changing world of tech. Listen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at nytimes.com/audioapp
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The Recovery Radio Network brings you twelve step speakers and workshops designed for recovering individuals and the people who support them. The speakers share their personal experiences of recovery on the topics of alcoholism, co-dependency, and drug addiction, while our workshops are aimed at helping recovering individuals develop a better understand of twelve step programs.
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Are you caught in the cycle of excessive alcohol or drug use? That's the Rat Race! and guess what? you can get out! Join us with guest interviews providing real life stories of being trapped in the rat race and solutions on how to get out and stay out by finding healthy spaces that support a sustainable journey of healing, self-awareness, and reaching your true potential, with your hosts Jody and AZ, releasing episodes every Thursday on Spotify, Apple or wherever you find your podcasts. You ...
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Pathways 2 Prevention

Drug Free America Foundation, Inc.

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Join us for Drug Free America Foundation’s ‘Pathways to Prevention’ podcast as we engage stakeholders from across the drug demand reduction spectrum including government, academia, clergy, preventionists, treatment professionals, and persons in long-term recovery. Topics of discussion include current trends in the global substance use pandemic, strategies to reduce drug demand, and how to best adapt those strategies to the ever-shifting substance use landscape.
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The Elendor Chronicles is a Dungeons and dragons 5th Edition Actual Playcast featuring the Component Cast original setting. Dmed and written by Midgeman, the story follows a group of adventurers thrown together by fate as the world around them devolves into bloodshed once more. Cast: Mordred Viking as Zep Skyspan Lord Lambert as Valmyr Kensek DM Opal as Anrayne Sunderstar & sol DM Lake as Zedaar Wystongjir & Breton Montyiliet Commissar Roach as Darius Reynard Kinda Odder as Gourd & James Wil ...
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A podcast about drug culture, policy, and business with an emphasis on harm reduction. We believe that prohibition and abstinence only policies result in poor results for society. We’ll be discussing how drugs are sold and perhaps more importantly, how they should be sold. This is not intended to advocate drug use and meant for educational purposes only.
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Recovery Stories Have Power

Faces & Voices of Recovery

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Life after addiction isn't just possible - it's the norm. Studies show 3 out of 4 people who experience addiction eventually recover. The Recovery Stories Have Power podcast aims to center that hopeful message through authentic conversations that bring together people from all pathways of recovery and recovery allies.Through these conversations, we’ll build awareness, challenge societal stigma, and celebrate the role that recovery plays in improving the lives of individuals, families, and co ...
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Hello Combi-Nation! Our industry fee complicated sometimes. Drugs, devices, clinical trials, submissions, sterilization validation, design control, risk management, market access reimbursement, the list goes on. My name is Subhi Saadeh. I've spent over a decade in medical device, pharma, and combination product development. My goal is mastery, so this podcast is to ask questions I have to people who may have the answers. Whether you're background is Pharma, Device or both, I invite you to li ...
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FDA Drug Safety Podcasts

U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research

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FDA Drug Safety Podcasts, produced by FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, provide emerging safety information about drugs in conjunction with the release of Drug Safety Communications. For more information, please visit: www.fda.gov/drugsafetypodcasts
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Recovery Reform: Navigating Harm Reduction, Recovery, and Drug Policy is a podcast exploring substance use disorders, harm reduction, and recovery with people with lived experience, experts in the harm reduction field, and leaders in drug policy. Hosted by McCauley Sexton, an accountability coach and alternative treatment industry professional with lived experience in active use and recovery, and Dr. Taylor Nichols, an emergency medicine and addiction medicine physician, each episode will pr ...
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Choose Your Struggle

Choose Your Struggle

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Discussing issues of Mental Health, Substance Misuse and Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy with host Jay Shifman, Speaker, Storyteller, and Advocate. Each week Jay chats with interesting guests as they seek to destroy stigma and advocate for honest, educational conversations that motivate positive change. You can learn more at https://jay.campsite.bio/. Choose Your Struggle has been streamed in over thirty-five countries and is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever else you get yo ...
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Stop Hiding Start Healing the podcast where we dive deep into the transformative journey of self-discovery and healing from addiction and other life struggles with your host, Craig Brown author, speaker and recovery pastor. Craig and his guests will guide you through conversations that empower, inspire, and illuminate the path towards a more authentic and fulfilling life. Together, we'll explore stories of triumph over adversity, expert insights on personal growth, and practical strategies t ...
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The Australian Psychedelic Society hosts integration circles, book clubs, film screenings and panels across Australia. We hope that in creating communities across Australia we can better advocate for the decriminalisation of psychedelics and break stigmas associated with psychedelic use. By creating a cohesive network, it is hoped that changes in drug policy, education and use will be established based on evidence-based information, rather than fear-based misinformation.
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Psychotropic is a bi-weekly podcast showcasing stories that involve substance use. If you are interested in people, the drug experience and its consequences, philosophies and ideas surrounding drug-use, and how it's all laced into everyday life, then these short memoirs, told by individuals who have (or haven't) partaken, might give you some insight.
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In this show we will discuss evidence based practices and data informed research to demystify drug use, drug policy and Harm Reduction. Each episode we will discuss local and national trends in matters of public health along with the research and evidence that informs Harm Reduction practices. The majority of topics that to be discussed will directly relate to drug policy and its effects on our local Humboldt Community, the State and Nation. We will take a look at how the history of drug pol ...
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Sundays Sauce Pot

Marty The Paisan

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Sundays Sauce Pot revolves around community related events while showcasing local musicians ~ The Designated Driver is a radio program that is under the umbrella of Sundays Sauce Pot ~ The Designated Driver is hosted by Marty "The Paisan" to serve as an online resource for people who struggle with alcohol and drug use disorders.
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Have you ever felt out of control, like life was unmanageable, overwhelming, confusing or on the wrong path? After leaving study during a degree in psychology and giving up my career opportunities in the NZ Army and fitness industry, in 2017, I was convicted and sentenced to two years in prison for the most significant sports steroid case in New Zealand history. This was a profound and formative experience enabling me to look back on my life, bringing awareness to some of the negative habits ...
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The Two Norries Podcast

James Leonard & Timmy Long

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The Two Norries Podcast is hosted by James Leonard & Timmy Long from north west Cork city and is themed around crime, mental health, addiction and social & health issues. Two Norries Podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Challenging Pathos

The Challenges Inc Podcast

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Challenging Pathos discusses functional as well as dysfunctional drug use and addiction. Listen to activists, professionals, psychonaughts, and users who live with legal and illegal drugs in their daily lives. Challenging Pathos is focused on changing hearts and minds in drug policy, harm reduction, substance use treatment, and drug user rights. We understand that statistics alone rarely change beliefs, and that stories are needed to influence systemic change. We investigate how our guests c ...
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Welcome to 42strains where everyone is welcome! We do strain reviews, discuss funny news stories, and much more high antics! so please join us for a session grab your bong, joint, blunt, whatever you got and smoke with us :) rated r for drug use on air and really funny jokes not for children. #smokewithyasoon #42strains #420 #stayhigh #staygolden
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The Dr. Junkie Show is a podcast hosted by addicted person, convicted criminal, prison educator and university professor Ben Boyce, PhD. Topics include drugs and those who use them, media, and communication, along with an overall focus on systems, not (just) people.
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The problem with alcohol and drug use is explored through in-depth interviews and powerful stories of hope, courage, and challenge. Episodes will be raw and unpolished as together; we go on a journey into unravelling addiction from every angle. This podcast reflects the views of the individuals involved and not Change Grow Live
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Angela Kennecke is a journalist who lost her 21-year-old daughter Emily to fentanyl poisoning on May 16, 2018. Angela is "grieving out loud" to try to put an end to this epidemic by stopping the stigma and promoting the treatment of substance use disorder as the disease it is. Anyone coping with loss and looking for inspiration can benefit from listening to this podcast.
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Life with Alcohol and Drugs is the podcast from charity Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs. We support anyone concerned about someone else’s alcohol or drug use in Scotland. We give information and advice to many people and help them with confidence, communication, general wellbeing, and we link them into local support. We also help people recognise and understand the importance of looking after themselves. Our podcast features guest speakers and topics concerning life with alco ...
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Keith and The Girl (est. March, 2005), not to be confused with Amy Schumer's 3 Girls, 1 Keith, which came out in 2018 (ouch!), is a fast-paced comedy show that talks about EVERYTHING. KATG hosts and Podcasting Hall of Fame inductees Keith Malley and Chemda (who are exes) talk openly about their lives including topics such as their relationships, religion and atheism, LGBT community, love, hate, fights, racism, feminism, weed and other drug use, and any comfortable or uncomfortable topic. Kei ...
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Don't Die Wisconsin

DON'T DIE Wisconsin

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Don't Die Wisconsin is a podcast focusing on the Heroin and Opioid epidemic facing our state and the country. Join Counselor Kevin Schaefer, Counselor Patrick Reilly and resident junkie Ryan Gorman as they tackle a range of issues in regards to active use, recovery, despair, and hope. This podcast is in no way intended for diagnosing addiction or to be used as a program of recovery. Please consult a professional when you are ready for help. Also, Kevin, Patrick and Ryan want to warn you of t ...
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Two-time Emmy and Three-time NAACP Image Award-winning television Executive Producer Rushion McDonald interviews renowned R&B singer/songwriter KEM. For all of his life, Kem has been driven by music and the emotions involved in bringing his music to life. He is now the author of Share My Life. In this memoir, he describes a mother who is never with…
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Two-time Emmy and Three-time NAACP Image Award-winning television Executive Producer Rushion McDonald interviews The Mentor Method's founder and CEO, Janice Omadeke. She became one of the first 100 Black women in the United States to raise over $1M in seed funding for a tech startup. In Mentorship Unlocked: The Science and Art of Setting Yourself U…
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Two-time Emmy and Three-time NAACP Image Award-winning television Executive Producer Rushion McDonald interviews writer, director, and producer Crystle Roberson. From Macon, GA, to top Hollywood director. Crystle has directed episodes of Greenleaf (OWN), All American (CW), Diary of a Future President (Disney+), American Soul (BET), Long Slow Exhale…
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Rushion McDonald interviews Dr. Chuck Wallington. He is a C-Suite executive and a chief marketing and communications officer. For the past 12 years, Chuck has held leadership roles in the healthcare industry. Previously, he held leadership roles in the financial services and consumer-packaged goods industries. A Seat at the C-Suite Table is an insi…
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Two-time Emmy and Three-NAACP Image Award-winning television Executive Producer Rushion McDonald interviews Major Tommie Burks. Tommie Burks is an International Sports Science Association (ISSA) Certified Personal Trainer. Major Tommie Burks has served in the United States Army over 20 years. UNDERGRIND Fitness and The United States Army are not co…
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Warning: This episode contains strong language. Google removed the ability to generate images of people from its Gemini chatbot. We talk about why, and about the brewing culture war over artificial intelligence. Then, did Kara Swisher start “Hard Fork”? We clear up some podcast drama and ask about her new book, “Burn Book.” And finally, the legal e…
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In this episode, I bring my friend Jenna on the show as a guest. Jenna, 21, has faced emotional challenges due to immigrating from South Africa during her teenage years. We discuss her past, interactions with family and friends, and the self-imposed expectations she faced while integrating into a new culture and society during a crucial stage of he…
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Rushion interviews Germaine Bolds-Leftridge, she is the Founder of IKNOW Skincare. Her trailblazing spirit and commitment to excellence continue to inspire, shining as a radiant beacon, with IKNOW Skincare Treatment Solutions standing as a testament to her profound understanding of the beauty of maturing skin. Their goal is to create a community th…
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Two-time Emmy and Three-time NAACP Image Award-winning television Executive Producer Rushion McDonald interviews Kym Whitley. She is known for her roles on television sitcoms, such as My Brother and Me, Sparks, Animal Practice, The Boondocks, Young & Hungry, The Parkers, The Cleveland Show, Black Dynamite, and Act Your Age. Whitley was nominated fo…
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Join Lewis’s journey from hell to heaven, transforming his life of drugs and crime to helping others and being a pillar of the Plant Medicine community! Tune into this episode to learn how Lewis’s life turned into a nightmare after his honeymoon period with the Ayahuasca, when he realized that he was a victim of black magic. After the most terrifyi…
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Hello and welcome to Recovery Stories Have Power, my name is Oliver Books. On today’s episode, our host, Tyler Brandon chats with Yo' Sis. Yo' Sis is a prolific spoken word artist whose works have been heard around the country, and whose video reading of her poem, Gwendolyn (https://youtu.be/-f1w25sjHwU) was featured at our Recovery Month Luncheon …
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#015 - Various supportive programs operational in Howl at the Moon Cafe, located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The cafe functions as a recovery-friendly community center, offering group supports for those impacted by addiction. It hosts various groups such as the healing circle, Women and the Good Life Support Group, and other programs based on the AA m…
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Have you ever wondered if you're eligible for NDIS to help with alcohol and drug issues? Then this episode is for you. In this episode, Jack chats with Kirah Middleton from Just Us Co. Kirah talks through all things NDIS and explains some of the pitfalls and opportunities for participants or potential participants of the NDIS. This episode is for y…
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With fentanyl being the number one killer of Americans under 50, it’s more important than ever to have easy access to naloxone, which can reverse opioid overdoses. In fact, naloxone has saved the lives of tens of thousands of people. Today, on a heartfelt episode of Grieving Out Loud, we are privileged to have Justin Phillips join us—a remarkable w…
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On this episode, I do an active reading to begin to unpack the Quality Management System Regulations(QMSR) Final Rule that was issued by FDA in early February 2024. 0:00 Introduction 05:09 Initial Reactions to the idea of the QMSR 06:57 History of the Device cGMP's, QSR, and QMSR 11:52 What's changing in 21 CFR 820? 24:59 What's changing in 21 CFR …
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Two-time Emmy and Three-time NAACP Image Award-winning television Executive Producer Rushion McDonald interviews Ashley M. Fox. She is a former Wall Street analyst, a Howard University grad, and now an expert in her field as a Financial Education Specialist. After helping manage money for both millionaires and billionaires during her career on Wall…
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In this week's episode, we feature John Marks, an Addiction Psychologist who spearheaded the Merseyside experiment in northwest England from 1982 to 1995. Throughout this 13-year period, Marks fearlessly operated clinics in Liverpool, basing his practice on the long-term maintenance prescribing of opiates to opiate users. The high media profile of …
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Rushion McDonald interviews The Cycling Queen Who Cultivates Confidence, Tunde Oyeneyin. Tunde is a Peloton Instructor, New York Times Bestselling Author, Nike Athlete, and motivational speaker. Tunde Oyeneyin is a Texas native of Nigerian descent and currently resides in the New York City area with her dog Ceasar. Growing up, Tunde struggled with …
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