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Following the discovery of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in dairy cattle in Texas, New Mexico, and Kansas, experts discuss its scientific and market implications. Dr. Greg Gray, an epidemiologist from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, emphasizes cautious analysis and collaboration between academia and agriculture. Desp…
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"You can change your gut microbiome within about a week just by altering your diet," says Tim Spector, M.D. Tim, an epidemiologist, gut microbiome expert, and award-winning scientist and author, joins us to discuss his top science-backed nutrition tips, what to avoid for optimal gut health, plus: - What we know about the microbiome today (~00:01) -…
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“Menopause is inevitable, but suffering through it is not," says Mary Claire Haver, M.D. Mary Claire, a board-certified OBGYN and certified menopause practitioner, joins us to discuss everything a woman needs to know during this hormonal transition and beyond, including: - Old vs. new menopause (~00:07) - Signs of peri menopause in 30s, 40s & 50s (…
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Items that I discussed in this episode: 1) Bassem Youssef - the Egyptian luminary 2) The cult of faux-niceness (as exemplified by Lex Fridman) 3) The "I don't judge" cult (as discussed in The Parasitic Mind) 4) Parasitic taxation 5) Justin Trudeau 6) Life coaches _______________________________________ My book The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secr…
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#terrorism #politicalcorrectness #middleeast #islam #judaism #zionistregime _______________________________________ My book The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Good Life is available for order: https://www.amazon.com/Saad-Truth-about-Happiness-Secrets/dp/1684512603 _______________________________________ If you appreciate my w…
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In many ways, this week’s episode on myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) is a companion piece to last week’s episode on Long Covid. The two share many similarities: a wide range of debilitating symptoms lingering long after infection, an illness which can transform from day to day or week to week, dismissal and downplaying b…
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In this episode of the Innovation Storytellers Show, we journey beyond the executive boardroom to explore the vibrant intersections of social communities, networks, and the transformative power of sharing knowledge. I welcome Leigh Higginbotham Butler, the Founder & CEO of Akina Technologies, to delve into how Akina is revolutionizing networking fo…
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Public health is irrevocably intertwined into every aspect of what we do in our daily lives, and everybody has a part to play in it. Our guest is an innovative public health leader with expertise in evaluation and social impact strategy. After her first appearance on this podcast five years ago, we are pleased to welcome back Dr. Sandy-Asari Hogan …
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You will need to watch this clip on my YouTube channel to fully appreciate the "chat." #logic #reason #propaganda #israel #israelpalestineconflict #middleeast #satire #comedy #humor #lies _______________________________________ My book The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Good Life is available for order: https://www.amazon.com…
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“Extreme food cravings are a sign from your body that you are giving it mixed messages," says Casey Means, M.D. Casey, a Stanford-trained physician and the co-founder of Levels, joins us to discuss everything you need to know about optimizing your metabolism, including: - Casey’s powerful personal story (~00:14) - Metabolic health markers to have o…
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#logic #reason #idiots #israel #israelpalestineconflict #middleeast _______________________________________ My book The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Good Life is available for order: https://www.amazon.com/Saad-Truth-about-Happiness-Secrets/dp/1684512603 _______________________________________ If you appreciate my work and …
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This clip stems from an XSpaces session that I held on April 4, 2024: https://x.com/GadSaad/status/1776021809143447633 #academia #university #cowardice #courage #politicalcorrectness #progressivism #freedomofspeech _______________________________________ My book The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Good Life is available for or…
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Vickie Mays and Alfredo Morabia, of AJPH, conducted an insightful interview with Dr. Jerome Adams, the 20th US Surgeon General and Distinguished Professor of Practice at Purdue University. The discussion centered around his latest book, "Crisis and Chaos: Lessons from the Front Lines of the War Against COVID-19," published by Post Hill Press in 202…
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In this episode of the Reconstructing Inclusion Podcast, host Amri Johnson interviews Raquel Ark, an expert on the art and science of listening. They discuss the importance of listening for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and how it can be practiced and improved upon both personally and professionally. Raquel shares insights into her backgr…
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2024P1 Regional Editor of AJPH, Prof. Jihong Liu and Pengfei Guo, highlight some of the contents of the January to March 2024 Issues and Supplements of the American Journal of Public Health. The Editor’s Corner features Dr. Guoqing Hu, Dean of the School of Public Health and Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Health Statistics at the C…
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Arntzen Angus Ranch is a fourth-generation operation, with brothers, cousins, and uncles working side by side every day with a common goal: raising Angus cattle. Members of the Arntzen family gather to discuss the history of their renowned Angus program, the dynamics of working together, their thoughts on the livestock business, and where things ar…
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We’re back with our season 7 premiere, and we’re kicking things off with a topic that we’ve wanted to cover for a long time, even if the topic itself hasn’t been around all that long. That’s right, we’re taking on Long Covid. When SARS-CoV-2 began making its way around the world in 2020, it was thought to cause a mild illness in most people, with c…
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In the latest episode of the Innovation Storytellers Show, I chat with Tommy Knoll, the visionary Founder and Primary Leader behind Innov8rs CoLab. We explore the vital role of Innov8rs CoLab in fostering a supportive and collaborative environment for innovation leaders worldwide. Have you ever felt the pangs of isolation in your pursuit of innovat…
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Meet Rebecca Desir, an award-winning public health practitioner, the founder of the Black Health Commission, and the senior manager of community advocacy for AdventHealth in Florida. She joins us to tell us about her focus on the Black diaspora in her public health mission. Tuning in, you’ll hear all about Rebecca’s life as the daughter of Haitian …
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We're back with Han for Part 2 where we chat ancient pets, travel tips for Nîmes, working with Jimmy Carr, more about Tyche and Han's advice for budding content creators. Stay tuned to find out who will be revealed as our Spring '24 Expert...! Join Us Our Experts in Residence I Literally Just Told You Follow Han…
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“We have to spend time on our health rather than spend time on diseases," says Nir Barzilai, M.D. Nir, a renowned longevity researcher, joins us to discuss pharmaceutical interventions to delay aging, plus: - What are gerotherapeutics? (~00:19) - What you need to know about antagonistic nutrients (~04:25) - Why healthcare costs don’t have to increa…
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It’s a patient’s perspective on healthcare from Ashli Molinero on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare podcast with Rob Oliver. Ashli is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She brings a unique perspective in that she has a lifelong disability and she also works for a major healthcare network to ensure that people with disabilities receive qual…
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Dr. Huntley announces the launch of a new podcast called Public Health Entrepreneurs. This podcast will focus on topics related to public health entrepreneurship and will provide resources and support for public health entrepreneurs at all levels. The podcast has its own website and is available on all major podcast platforms. Dr. Huntley encourage…
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This clip stems from an XSpaces session that I held on March 26, 2024: https://x.com/GadSaad/status/1772773870732263647?s=20 #disinformation #misinformation #joebiden #donaldtrump #terrorism #hamas #bigotry #latenighttv #comedy #progressive _______________________________________ My book The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Goo…
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This recording stems from an XSpaces session that I held on March 27, 2024: https://x.com/GadSaad/status/1773130049694097684?s=20 #psychology #economics #rationality #decisionmaking #nobelprize #behavioralscience #heuristics _______________________________________ My book The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Good Life is availa…
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Katrina sits down for a chat with the winner of the CA's recent Creative Writing Competition, held in partnership with Bloomsbury Publishing, to discuss sixteen year old Cait's winning story 'In the Bad Times' and how she was inspired by Ovid, Seamus Heaney and her Irish heritage. You can read all of the shortlisted entries here Entries for the CA …
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Please visit https://www.ralston.ac/humanities-ma?utm_source=gstst&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=student_recruitment_2425 to find out more about Ralston College's MA in the Humanities. Abigail Shrier's latest book: https://shorturl.at/gvC49 #parenting #therapy #children #victim #feelings #resilience #jewish #campus _________________________________…
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Tina Baxter gives us a nurse practitioner’s perspective on healthcare on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare podcast with Rob Oliver. She joins us from the great state of Indiana (which is a state we have not had represented on the podcast yet.) A member of Generation X, she has a particular specialty in geriatric care. Here are 3 things…
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In today's rapidly evolving world, where innovation and technology are at the forefront of transforming lives and businesses, how do we ensure that our pursuit of progress remains grounded in empathy and understanding? How do we create innovations pushing the boundaries of what's possible and enriching and uplifting the communities they're designed…
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How are you leading and engaging in health equity and developmental disability awareness conversations with the communities you serve? March is Developmental Disability Awareness Month, and we brought this topic to a panel of professionals in our recent Public Health Roundtable discussion with Linda Gordon, M.D., MPH, and Ericka Horne, MPH, CHES. W…
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"There is never an age or a skill level where your body will not respond to the positive energy you put into it to become healthier," says Vonda Wright, M.D., M.S. Vonda, a double-board-certified orthopedic surgeon, joins us to discuss the best tips to build muscle, enhance bone density, and support mobility long-term, plus: - How the bones & muscl…
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We hear a patient’s perspective on healthcare from Mary Ann Stanchik on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare podcast with Rob Oliver. Mary Ann is from Pennsylvania. This interview came from the Patient’s Perspective Interview Marathon. For those of you watching on video, I’m not sure what was going on but for some reason everything in the…
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My fearless friends I'm excited to introduce you to another remarkable person who is breaking barriers and soaring higher. Today’s guest is the unstoppable Brenda Allen. She is the Chief People Officer at De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited. Rugged. Reliable. Canadian. That’s De Havilland. The company has a passionate team of innovators based a…
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Join Kevin and Caroline as they unpack some of their favorite moments, learnings, and hot takes from season 3 of the Faith and Chai Podcast! Chai time! Credits: Brought to you by South Asian InterVarsity (@intervarsity.sa) Follow us on instagram @faithandchai Hosts: Caroline Lancaster (@carolinesusie) & Kevin Wilson (@crossculturekev) Production: A…
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#childhood #parenting #fostercare #resilience #antifragile #instability #academia #psychology #adoption #neglect #poverty _______________________________________ My book The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Good Life is available for order: https://www.amazon.com/Saad-Truth-about-Happiness-Secrets/dp/1684512603 ________________…
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We hear a pharmacy resident’s perspective on healthcare from Omar Yassin on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. He is currently a pharmacy resident at the University of Arizona. A member of Generation Z, Omar is originally from Egypt. With a particular interest in geriatric psychiatry, he has worked in a variety …
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For a while now, Dr. Huntley has been looking for a way to share her story with you of when she took care of her ailing mother, but the subject has just been too daunting for her to confront alone. So in this episode, we welcome Dr. Cynthia J. Hickman back to the show as Dr. Huntley’s companion, and the pair walk us through their personal journeys …
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In the fourth and final episode of my series on the Innovation Storytellers Show with Peter Temes, CEO and Founder of the Institute for Innovation at Large Organizations (ILO), we explore the complex world of innovation resistance. This episode, a culmination of insightful discussions on trust, the evolution of innovation rules, and the innovation …
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The latest episode of the LaneCast Ag Podcast dives into the recent fire at The National Beef packing plant in Kansas, a vote in the U.S. Senate to halt imports of Beef from Paraguay, latest Cattle on Feed report, and spring bull and heifer sales and how the livestock markets shaped up ending the week 3.22.24. #agriculture #ranching #rancher #lives…
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#covid #science #harvard #mathematics #epidemiology #vaccine #freedomofspeech #academicfreedom #university #academia #elonmusk #socialmedia #ignorance #ego #cornelluniversity _______________________________________ My book The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Good Life is available for order: https://www.amazon.com/Saad-Truth-a…
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In this is second part of Black History Month AJPH podcasts, Katherine M Anderson, MPH, AJPH Student Editor, and Alfredo Morabia interview Regina Davis Moss, PhD, MPH, about her new book "Black Women’s Reproductive Health and Sexuality: A Holistic Public Health Approach" (APHA Press, 2023). They explore her motivations for writing the book, what it…
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