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Best Football Brain Injury podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Football Brain Injury podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Clinical Updates in Brain Injury Science Today (or CUBIST), a product of the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, is a podcast for health care providers. We tackle the controversial and breaking research that will help you feel connected to the latest information on traumatic brain injury. CUBIST is hosted by Inbal Eshel and produced and edited by Deborah Bailin. Subscribe through iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts.For more information on TBI, including provider tools, ...
 
Here’s an Idea is a podcast series from Tech Briefs that goes behind the scenes of today's most innovative technologies and industries. Each episode takes on a different theme, and host Billy Hurley gives engineers, scientists, and industry experts the platform to discuss their process and share their insights.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
On October 5, 2007, Kevin Saum suffered a traumatic brain injury called second impact syndrome during a high school football game, which ended his athletic career and nearly ended his life. Kevin created the Head's 'N Tales podcast to serve as a platform for other athletes who have been dealt life-altering injuries, illnesses or other obstacles throughout their careers to share their story's and to learn how they persevered in the face of adversity. He additionally interviews subject experts ...
 
Are you tired of the same old sports talk status quo, and sports “Hot Take” personalities? Are you looking for a Sports Show that is fun, entertaining, hilarious, accurate and objective? No homers here! The Tiger Mike Sports Show is Sports Relief for diehard sports fans! Hosts Tiger Mike Ingram and J.R. Duren believe sports is life! The dynamic duo are passionate sports fanatics, who have sound opinions, unique insight, and witty banter. They are two obsessed, everyday sports fans having a c ...
 
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Heading the ball has been banned in training for children throughout England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. A study which showed former footballers were three and a half times more likely to die of neurodegenerative disease than the general population prompted the groundbreaking ban. While the FIELD study did not state outright that heading the ba…
 
In this Podcast, world-renowned Hematologist/Oncologist Dr. Robert Means reviews Dr. Jan Walewski's article on "Aggressive B-cell lymphoma: chasing the target" planned for publication in February of 2020 in the Journal of Investigative Medicine. Dr. Means also discusses the latest on lymphoma classification, current therapies, and potential future …
 
🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 3 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researchers have been providing unbiased helmet ratings that allow consumers to make informed decisions when purc…
 
Comedy writer and WGA West President David Goodman joins Adam for a deep dive into one of the most interesting labor unions in the country - the Writers Guild of America. They also cover what it's like when your boss is Seth MacFarlane and a member of your union, how solidarity powers the Guild's negotiations, and how the Guild is fighting back aga…
 
It's a funny old business, isn't it? When the answer is right in front of your nose and those who can make it happen won't. NZME, the company that runs this radio station, still wants to buy Stuff.co.nz. Stuff is for sale, no one wants to buy it, apart from NZME. NZME can make Stuff work because the synergies are there for all to see. No one argues…
 
One of New Zealand’s best known comedy exports is coming home. Sam Wills, known as Tape Face, has taken the world by storm over the past few years. He made global headlines when he made the finals of America’s Got Ralent, and has since had a Vegas residency and run on the West End. He is returning to New Zealand as part of the New Zealand Comedy Ga…
 
The baboons that escaped in Sydney yesterday are bred for medical researchers who use them to pioneer new treatments for illnesses. The three primates – one male and two females – managed to get free while being transported to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in the inner west. The male was on his way to have a vasectomy, while the two females were sai…
 
There are pleas for the Government to stop sitting on its hands and lower the entry age for the national bowel screening programme. Bowel Cancer New Zealand wants all people in their fifties to be screened by 2025, and for Maori in the age group to be screened immediately. Twelve percent of New Zealanders are diagnosed with bowel cancer every year …
 
In March's podcast, James Cave (DTB Editor-in-Chief) and David Phizackerley (DTB Deputy Editor) discuss the decision to extend the license for dapagliflozin 5 mg tablets to include use by people with type 1 diabetes and highlight concerns over the incidence of diabetic ketoacidosis. They review an article on managing asthma before and during pregna…
 
Labour says giving inmates the right to vote again is about human rights. Cabinet Kris Faafoi told Mike Hosking there's no good reason to prevent prisoners with sentences of three years or less from voting. "It's pretty clear that both the courts and the judiciary body say there are a number of human rights obligations we need to stick to. National…
 
While more studies have been commissioned about the government potentially moving the Auckland Port north, an alternative has emerged. Max Whitehead of the Whitehead Group says we should be looking at an underwater tunnel in the Hauraki Gulf, between Motutapu and Rangitoto Islands. He bases it off a design by international ports consultant Raoul Bo…
 
A defence lawyer says the Government has an obligation to rehabilitate prisoners, including letting them vote. The National Party is opposing a bill that would give them the vote, saying it shows the Government is putting offenders' rights ahead of victims. Barrister Marie Dyhrberg told Mike Hosking cutting prisoners off and making them feel less o…
 
The Government is struggling to make a dent in child poverty. The latest figures from Stats NZ shows there's been no significant change in material hardship since 2017. New Zealand's first children's commissioner Sir Ian Hassall told Mike Hosking it can be difficult to get a handle on poverty. "It takes a long time to get the ship turned around. "T…
 
A senior member of the International Olympic Committee said today that if it proves too dangerous to hold the Olympics in Tokyo this year because of the coronavirus outbreak, organisers are more likely to cancel it altogether than to postpone or move it. Dick Pound, a former Canadian swimming champion who has been on the IOC since 1978, making him …
 
Bernie Sanders' Democratic rivals prepared to unleash a new wave of attacks against the party's presidential front-runner in a high-stakes debate Tuesday night, perhaps their final prime-time opportunity to change the direction of the 2020 nomination fight. Almost all of the six other candidates set to debate in South Carolina went after Sanders in…
 
The Government would consider direct assistance to tourism industry players if the fallout from coronavirus lasts well beyond the first half of the year. In the meantime, the Government's $11 million package to boost tourism will target North America and Australia, while an advisory group will be set up to put together a "NZ Inc" plan to woo the Ch…
 
Ross and Dave are back with a monster episode this month, We start by chatting with Nick and Ant all about CM1 before Dave has a chat with CM Legend Bjørn Heidenstrøm. But thats not all we also draw the teams and their managers for this years CM Cup. It's gotten so big that we need to hold qualifiers this year! For information regarding your data p…
 
The Vernon Tava-Sustainable NZ scandal doesn’t seem to be much of a scandal at all. And is that because we have, sadly, bigger, more scandalous fish to fry, and as a result, we have become somewhat immune? Immune to what would be, in less tumultuous times, a much bigger headline. It also, sadly, reveals in a cold stark light, just how pathetic the …
 
The infant mortality rate in USA exceeds that of most other developed nations, ranking 26th among Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries.This ADC Spotlight podcast is about inequity and health. Professor Heather Burris is the first author of the paper “Racial disparities in preterm birth in the US; a biosensor of physical …
 
It seems that Concert FM fans are not fond of Mike Hosking. Opera singers, jazz musicians, school bands, and even the Topp Twins showed up on the lawn outside Parliament yesterday in support of RNZ's concert station. Public and political backlash drove RNZ to reverse its decision to axe the station from its FM frequency and get rid of the presenter…
 
The new virus took aim at a broadening swath of the globe Monday, with officials in Europe and the Middle East scrambling to limit the spread of an outbreak that showed signs of stabilising at its Chinese epicentre but posed new threats far beyond. In Italy, authorities set up roadblocks, called off soccer matches and shuttered sites including the …
 
A new report's highlighted how unconscious bias can influence a child's job aspirations. The 'Drawing the Future' report collates pictures drawn by almost 8,000 primary and intermediate students of jobs they're interested in. It reveals girls are one and a half times more likely than boys to aspire to a scientific career, and Maori children are the…
 
We're being asked to think twice before we swat a mosquito. Te Papa is calling for New Zealanders to catch, freeze and send them samples of mosquitos for its nationwide census. Curator Dr Julia Kasper told Mike Hosking it will fill gaps in our knowledge of New Zealand's 13 species of mozzies. "We do actually know what species are already here but w…
 
The Forestry Owners Association is touting a solution to the situation which is seeing the country's log exporters unable to send logs to China. Insect-infected European wood and coronavirus precautions have combined to fill up space in Chinese ports and subsequently halt our log exports to China. President Peter Weir says some of the larger forest…
 
Parents, coaches and administrators hold the key to addressing the current problems youth sport faces in New Zealand, Sport NZ says. The emphasis of youth sport should be on having fun and player development, not winning, the organisation said. And it was backed by five major sporting bodies, NZ Cricket, Netball NZ, Hockey NZ, NZ Football and NZ Ru…
 
More than 300,000 families on the benefit will get more after the linking of state support to the net average wage. The increases to benefits are larger than they would have been if they remained linked to the consumer price index — 3.09 per cent instead of 1.66 per cent. For example, a person on a sole parent support benefit will have an increase …
 
It'll be all pomp and ceremony in the Fijian capital today as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern pays her first official visit to the country and only the second by a leader from this country since democracy was restored there in 2014. Ardern landed in Suva not long before midnight last night. The military forces formed a guard of honour for Ardern to i…
 
Harvey Weinstein was found guilty Monday of committing a criminal sex act in the first degree involving one woman and rape in the third degree involving another woman. The disgraced movie mogul faces a a minimum of five years and a maximum of more than two decades in prison. He was handcuffed and taken into custody after the New York jury's verdict…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Andrea Mariani to discuss lymphadenectomy vs. SLN: Mayo and Memorial Sloan Kettering experience. Dr. Andrea Mariani is a Full Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Division of Gynecologic Surgery, at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. His …
 
The ongoing spread of coronavirus is set to have a much wider knock-on effect on the global economy. Italian officials have put 50,000 people in quarantine in northern regions around Venice, as Iran and South Korea struggle to contain major outbreaks. It comes as our Government is still weighing up whether to extend its Chinese travel ban. Mark Lis…
 
The Government has announced regulations that will be introduced in parliament today that they say will help smokers quit while not encouraging new users. It means that people will need to be 18 to buy a vape, smokefree areas will also become vape free areas, and stores can't advertise the products. Dairies can only stock tobacco, menthol and mint …
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the travel ban on foreign nationals coming to New Zealand from mainland China is likely be extended. But she said there have been no discussions about including other countries, despite new positives tests in places such as Italy, which now has 152 confirmed cases. "No one here is proposing that we put in place a …
 
A call to carry out mandatory mental health checks on all newly divorced or separated men. It comes after Hannah Clarke and her three children were murdered by the children's father, Rowan Baxter, in Brisbane last week. It has been revealed that Clarke fought to keep Baxter away from her family. Australian media has reported that domestic violence …
 
Bernie Sanders solidified his status as the leading candidate for the Democratic nomination with a commanding win Saturday in Nevada. Sanders dominated among Latinos and young voters, entrance polls showed. But he was broadly successful across demographic groups -- reaching parity with his rivals among moderate voters. Still, Sanders is far from cl…
 
An extra hour's sleep each night can slash a preschooler's risk of obesity, according to Growing Up in New Zealand (GUNZ) research. Researchers of our country's largest longitudinal study of child development have found sleep is crucial to protecting those already "at-risk" from becoming overweight. Countless Kiwi parents wrestle with their childre…
 
The coronavirus outbreak is interrupting migration and travel, not just from China but from around the world. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand's China travel ban is likely to be extended as Iran, South Korea and Italy grapple with major outbreaks. Immigration New Zealand's Beijing office is also likely to remain closed until further n…
 
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been criticised by royal commentators over their "spiteful" and "completely unnecessary" statement after the Queen forced them to drop the Sussex Royal brand name. One commentator blasted their words as showing Meghan's "true colours" and said he feared things would "only get worse". The Duke and Duchess of Susse…
 
Last week the BMJ published it’s first special edition into Racism in Medicine. The issues tacked ranged from differential attainment in medical school, to the physiological effects that experiencing everyday discrimination has. The issue was guest edited by Victor Adebowale, the Chief Executive of the social care enterprise Turning Point, and Mala…
 
Despite Auckland Airport trying to say their runway is now safe, the pilots aren't convinced. After the runway was closed for 90 minutes two weeks ago and a review was done, the company say it is now up to standard and measures are in place if more needs to be done. The problem is, they have needed 14 patch up jobs since September 2018 - described …
 
Radio Sport has announced it has chosen not to renew the rights to broadcast live commentary of New Zealand Cricket's domestic season (domestic and international matches played in New Zealand) next summer. Former Black Cap John Morrison joined Mike Hosking to discuss what this means for the future of broadcasting cricket in New Zealand. LISTEN TO T…
 
Dr. Rachel Lampert, MD joins host Devin McFadden, MD on AMSSM’s Sports Medcast (T: @TheAMSSM) to discuss athletic participation in athletes with cardioverter-defibrilators for known cardiac abnormalities. In this 20 minute conversation Dr. Lampert addresses the following topics: - What are the common causes of sudden cardiac death in athletes? - Wh…
 
"This is about understanding, this is about empathy and this is fundamentally about your safety." Those of the words of Tauranga mayor Tenby Powell spoken at a public meeting called after a spike in gang violence in the Western Bay of Plenty. Roughly 250 people have gathered at a public meeting which is being facilitated by Powell and the Western B…
 
Trump loyalist Roger Stone was sentenced Thursday to more than three years in federal prison, following an extraordinary move by Attorney General William Barr to back off his Justice Department's original sentencing recommendation. U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson said Stone's crimes demanded a significant time behind bars, but she said…
 
Veteran Black Caps batsman Ross Taylor will notch his 100th test for the Black Caps today, when he takes the field in the first match against India at the Basin Reserve. The 35-year-old has scored 7174 runs at an average of 46.28, scoring 19 hundreds including a high score of 290. The first ball from the Basin Reserve is at 11:30AM, with live, ball…
 
An NCEA level one revamp is being supported by principals. The Ministry of Education has proposed a number of changes to the year 11 curriculum, after the Government gave the green-light for a "comprehensive review". The changes are expected to make level one broader, keeping students' options more open. John Paul College principal Patrick Walsh to…
 
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