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Podcasts dedicated to promoting tobacco harm reduction via use of personal vaporizers also known as ecigs!
 
The latest in vaping - industry news, advocacy alerts and updates, new products, tips and tricks, and new research. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/the-vapepassion-podcast-vaping--electronic-cigarettes/support
 
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The Rounds Table
Weekly
 
The Rounds Table is a free weekly medical podcast covering the latest and most important research from major medical journals. It is intended for all practicing healthcare professionals and aims to to help them keep up to date in the care of their patients.
 
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Equity
Weekly
 
Equity is TechCrunch's weekly podcast focused on all things money when it comes to startups. Massive rounds, notable acquisitions, and interesting IPOs are the fodder for hosts Connie Loizos, Danny Crichton and Alex Wilhelm with special appearances by Kate Clark. They'll help everyone understand the dollars behind the hype.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=antSChuKuzs Each week Dr. Zorba Paster and co-host Tom Clark provide listeners with health and fitness tips to live a full and healthy life. The down-to-earth, personal style makes this call-in show as entertaining as it is informative. " Zorba Paster On Your Health " can be heard Saturdays from 8 to 9 a.m. and again from 1 to 2 p.m. on the Ideas Network.
 
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Kids Healthcast
Rare
 
A Pediatric Podcast for Parents
 
Explore health topics, medical research, education programs and patient stories from Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
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The Twist Podcast
Monthly
 
The Twist Podcast is a regular look at culture, reviews, opinion and politics "with a twist." Co-hosts Mark McNease and Rick Rose examine the latest news and offer our take on the world we live in, with an often-LGBT perspective.
 
Explore health topics, medical research, education programs and patient stories from Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
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When Life Attacks
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When Life Attacks is a comedy & entertainment podcast that's dedicated to finding the funny in everyday life. Your hosts are James Hamilton and Travis McFalls. Oil & Water in many ways, they've decided the best way to deal with the average day is to talk about it. Laugh with us or at us. We encourage both!
 
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Just Science
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RTI International’s Center for Forensic Science presents Just Science, a podcast for forensic science professionals and anyone with an interest in learning more about how real crime laboratories are working to do their job better, produce more accurate results, become more efficient, and solve more crimes. This podcast deals with a range of issues, including leadership in the crime lab, new technologies, sexual assault response, and broader challenges for science and public security. We cove ...
 
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VP Live
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VapersPlace Radio, live radio shows for the vaping community.
 
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Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. What a week. It had looked a bit quiet with just a few big rounds to cover. I was looking forward to a relaxed episode, frankly. But no, as Kate and I were prepping the show notes, the News Gods opened the heavens an ...…
 
Kieran Quinn is back on the Rounds Table this week with Michael Fralick, general internist at the University of Toronto. This week they are covering four articles in rapid-fire style on maternal first trimester ondansetron and fetal outcomes, assessment of outpatient antibiotic prescribing patterns, creatinine in the peri-partum period, and a p ...…
 
A look into the DIY side of the vaping industry. Where it's at, where it might go.
 
In episode three of the Identification season, Just Science interviews forensic biologist Caitlin Rogers.Forensic scientists are always looking to improve the efficiency and accuracy of sexual assault kit testing. Caitlin Rogers is working to improve the procedure by using a modified direct to DNA approach to processing sexual assault kits. Lis ...…
 
Join co-hosts Mark McNease and Rick Rose as we share our listeners' top 5 national emergency wish list, discover the best places to snowmobile, and take a Twisted look at the week in headlines. NEW THIS MONTH: Win a $25 Amazon gift certificate by being the first listener to identify our Word of the Day and email it to us at: TheTwistPodcast @ O ...…
 
Yes, we are alive and #sonoflibertyradio will be live tonight at 11pm est 10pm central.We'll discuss Scott Gottlieb and Jerome Adams again, and the BS they constantly spew. Leadership, professionalism, heads up asses and other issues in vaping, and maybe possibly potentially have a guest to talk to.Join in the fun at www.smokefreeradio.com tonight.…
 
Tom and Zorba discuss why some barbershops are taking client's blood pressure and the importance of health initiatives in underserved communities. They also look at new research that disputes breakfast being the most important meal. Plus, they'll share a healthy recipe for maple balsamic veggie fries.…
 
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week was a treat. We had TechCrunch's own Connie Loizos in the studio along with your humble servant and General Catalyst's Niko Bonatsos. A fine group for a busy week. We had to pare our topic list some for len ...…
 
Andre Madison, General Internal Medicine (GIM) fellow at Western University, is back on The Rounds Table with Michael Juba, clinical pharmacist at London Health Sciences Centre in Infectious Disease and Anti-Microbial Stewardship. Together they are covering the efficacy of ceftazidime-avibactam salvage therapy for Klebsialla pneumoniae carbapen ...…
 
Kevin and the Surgeon General, on Twitter: what I found in the FDA Inspections database.
 
Anchor lead: Electronic cigarettes outperform other smoking cessation aids, Elizabeth Tracey reports Smokers who were attempting to quit who used e-cigarettes to assist them were successful more often and remained nonsmokers in greater numbers than those who used other nicotine replacement aids, a recent study found. Michael Blaha, a cardiologi ...…
 
Anchor lead: Electronic cigarettes outperform other smoking cessation aids, Elizabeth Tracey reportsSmokers who were attempting to quit who used e-cigarettes to assist them were successful more often and remained nonsmokers in greater numbers than those who used other nicotine replacement aids, a recent study found. Michael Blaha, a cardiologis ...…
 
Anchor lead: Electronic cigarettes outperform other smoking cessation aids, Elizabeth Tracey reportsSmokers who were attempting to quit who used e-cigarettes to assist them were successful more often and remained nonsmokers in greater numbers than those who used other nicotine replacement aids, a recent study found. Michael Blaha, a cardiologis ...…
 
Anchor lead: What can patients who need insulin do when it comes to pricing? Elizabeth Tracey reports If you’re a person who takes insulin for diabetes and you can’t afford your medication, tell your healthcare provider. That’s the advice of Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, who says that while Congress is wrestling […]…
 
Anchor lead: What can patients who need insulin do when it comes to pricing? Elizabeth Tracey reportsIf you’re a person who takes insulin for diabetes and you can’t afford your medication, tell your healthcare provider. That’s the advice of Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, who says that while Congress is wrestling with out of s ...…
 
Anchor lead: What can patients who need insulin do when it comes to pricing? Elizabeth Tracey reportsIf you’re a person who takes insulin for diabetes and you can’t afford your medication, tell your healthcare provider. That’s the advice of Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, who says that while Congress is wrestling with out of s ...…
 
Anchor lead: What are the alternatives to sky high insulin prices? Elizabeth Tracey reports Insulin, the injectable drug that brings blood sugar down in millions of people with diabetes, has been around for decades. Why then is the price of insulin front and center when it comes to Congressional investigation of drug prices? Rita Kalyani, […]…
 
Anchor lead: What are the alternatives to sky high insulin prices? Elizabeth Tracey reportsInsulin, the injectable drug that brings blood sugar down in millions of people with diabetes, has been around for decades. Why then is the price of insulin front and center when it comes to Congressional investigation of drug prices? Rita Kalyani, a diab ...…
 
Anchor lead: What are the alternatives to sky high insulin prices? Elizabeth Tracey reportsInsulin, the injectable drug that brings blood sugar down in millions of people with diabetes, has been around for decades. Why then is the price of insulin front and center when it comes to Congressional investigation of drug prices? Rita Kalyani, a diab ...…
 
Anchor lead: The poster child for out of control drug prices is insulin, Elizabeth Tracey reports Congress is looking closely at skyrocketing drug prices, with one obvious example the drug insulin. This life-preserving medicine is required by millions of people with diabetes, yet prices for many types of insulin just keep going up. Rita Kalyani ...…
 
Anchor lead: The poster child for out of control drug prices is insulin, Elizabeth Tracey reportsCongress is looking closely at skyrocketing drug prices, with one obvious example the drug insulin. This life-preserving medicine is required by millions of people with diabetes, yet prices for many types of insulin just keep going up. Rita Kalyani, ...…
 
Anchor lead: The poster child for out of control drug prices is insulin, Elizabeth Tracey reportsCongress is looking closely at skyrocketing drug prices, with one obvious example the drug insulin. This life-preserving medicine is required by millions of people with diabetes, yet prices for many types of insulin just keep going up. Rita Kalyani, ...…
 
Anchor lead: People with diabetes visit the emergency department a lot, Elizabeth Tracey reportsDiabetes tops the list for medical conditions among older frequent users of emergency departments, a recent national study revealed. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, isn’t surprised by the results.Kalyani: What I think the study indi ...…
 
Anchor lead: People with diabetes visit the emergency department a lot, Elizabeth Tracey reportsDiabetes tops the list for medical conditions among older frequent users of emergency departments, a recent national study revealed. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, isn’t surprised by the results.Kalyani: What I think the study indi ...…
 
Anchor lead: People with diabetes visit the emergency department a lot, Elizabeth Tracey reports Diabetes tops the list for medical conditions among older frequent users of emergency departments, a recent national study revealed. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, isn’t surprised by the results. Kalyani: What I think the study in ...…
 
Join co-hosts Mark McNease and Rick Rose as we learn how to pronounce Democratic contenders' names, Pelosi's curtain counter-offer, travel spots in Wyoming, and the week in headlines.
 
𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗦𝗺𝗼𝗸𝗲𝗿'𝘀 𝗦𝗵𝗼𝘄 𝗘𝗽𝗶𝘀𝗼𝗱𝗲 # 25Dimitris is out of town yet again (SLACKER!!).He's attending TPE (Tobacco Plus Expo) International in Las Vegas. I'd be there as well, but I have my folks spending some time with me here in Florida (wanted to get them out of the "Deep Freeze" for a while. :-) ).So my guest host will be Mr. Bill Tarling again who al ...…
 
In episode two of the Identification season, Just Science interviews Suzanne Birdwell, a forensic artist with the Texas Department of Public Safety and the current Chair of the IAI Forensic Art Science and Practice Committee.With over 700 cases in her career, Suzanne Birdwell understands the nuances of forensic artistry. Through a collaborative ...…
 
Tom and Zorba discuss a study suggesting children benefit from exposure to dirt and bacteria. They also look at new research examining the potential risk from cell phone radiation. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for banana pudding.
 
Hello, and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week Kate Clark and I sat down to get through the biggest news in the venture and startup world. This is our regular episode of the week after a shot focused on the Slack IPO, and an interview concerning Facebo ...…
 
Christopher Giuliano, clinical pharmacist, is hosting this week’s episode of The Rounds Table with Claudia Hanni, an Internal Medicine clinical pharmacist. Together they are covering pantoprazole for gastrointestinal bleeding in the intensive care unit and aspirin for primary prevention in patients with diabetes. In the intensive care unit, man ...…
 
The former Winston Man, David Goerlitz, and award winning consumer advocate, Kevin Crowley.
 
Anchor lead: How are obesity and asthma related? Elizabeth Tracey reportsAsthma, a condition where the airways in the lungs constrict, can be life-threatening, and is known to be worse in obese people than in those who are not. One question that isn’t understood is whether it’s the diet overweight people consume or presence of too much adipose ...…
 
Anchor lead: How are obesity and asthma related? Elizabeth Tracey reportsAsthma, a condition where the airways in the lungs constrict, can be life-threatening, and is known to be worse in obese people than in those who are not. One question that isn’t understood is whether it’s the diet overweight people consume or presence of too much adipose ...…
 
Anchor lead: How are obesity and asthma related? Elizabeth Tracey reports Asthma, a condition where the airways in the lungs constrict, can be life-threatening, and is known to be worse in obese people than in those who are not. One question that isn’t understood is whether it’s the diet overweight people consume or presence of […]…
 
Anchor lead: Does keeping blood pressure in control reduce your risk of dementia? Elizabeth Tracey reportsKeeping blood pressure in check didn’t reduce the development of dementia in older people, a recent study found, although the condition known as ‘mild cognitive impairment’ did decrease in those whose blood pressure was controlled. Constant ...…
 
Anchor lead: Does keeping blood pressure in control reduce your risk of dementia? Elizabeth Tracey reportsKeeping blood pressure in check didn’t reduce the development of dementia in older people, a recent study found, although the condition known as ‘mild cognitive impairment’ did decrease in those whose blood pressure was controlled. Constant ...…
 
Anchor lead: Does keeping blood pressure in control reduce your risk of dementia? Elizabeth Tracey reports Keeping blood pressure in check didn’t reduce the development of dementia in older people, a recent study found, although the condition known as ‘mild cognitive impairment’ did decrease in those whose blood pressure was controlled. Constan ...…
 
Anchor lead: Can you avoid developing heart disease? Elizabeth Tracey reportsOne in two adults in the US have some form of heart disease, federal statistics reveal. Coupled with the fact that heart disease remains the number one cause of death, adopting behaviors to reduce your risk is likely a good idea. Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Ho ...…
 
Anchor lead: Can you avoid developing heart disease? Elizabeth Tracey reportsOne in two adults in the US have some form of heart disease, federal statistics reveal. Coupled with the fact that heart disease remains the number one cause of death, adopting behaviors to reduce your risk is likely a good idea. Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Ho ...…
 
Anchor lead: Can you avoid developing heart disease? Elizabeth Tracey reports One in two adults in the US have some form of heart disease, federal statistics reveal. Coupled with the fact that heart disease remains the number one cause of death, adopting behaviors to reduce your risk is likely a good idea. Seth Martin, a […]…
 
Anchor lead: Heart disease is very, very common, Elizabeth Tracey reportsAlmost half of all adult Americans have some form of heart disease, a recent look at federal statistics reveals. Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins, reacts to the statistics.Martin: Yikes. 48% we knew it was high but I think this is a call to action, again a remi ...…
 
Anchor lead: Heart disease is very, very common, Elizabeth Tracey reportsAlmost half of all adult Americans have some form of heart disease, a recent look at federal statistics reveals. Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins, reacts to the statistics.Martin: Yikes. 48% we knew it was high but I think this is a call to action, again a remi ...…
 
Anchor lead: Heart disease is very, very common, Elizabeth Tracey reports Almost half of all adult Americans have some form of heart disease, a recent look at federal statistics reveals. Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins, reacts to the statistics. Martin: Yikes. 48% we knew it was high but I think this is a […]…
 
Anchor lead: Are statins useful even as we age? Elizabeth Tracey reportsStatins are used to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease. Now a new study shows that even as people get older there are still good reasons to take a statin. That’s according to Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins.Martin: Overall the main message f ...…
 
Anchor lead: Are statins useful even as we age? Elizabeth Tracey reportsStatins are used to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease. Now a new study shows that even as people get older there are still good reasons to take a statin. That’s according to Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins.Martin: Overall the main message f ...…
 
Anchor lead: Are statins useful even as we age? Elizabeth Tracey reports Statins are used to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease. Now a new study shows that even as people get older there are still good reasons to take a statin. That’s according to Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins. […]…
 
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Join co-hosts Mark McNease and Rick Rose as we take a look at the dark legacy of Neverland, the most mediocre Super Bowl ever, Pelosi's SOTU clap back, and the week in headlines.
 
Famed investor Roger McNamee once advised Facebook. Now he's certain it's destroying our democracy.By Chris.gates@techcrunch.com (TechCrunch).
 
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