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The Lancet Voice is a fortnightly podcast from the Lancet family of journals. Lancet editors and their guests unravel the stories behind the best global health, policy and clinical research of the day―and what it means for people around the world.
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Why are infants dying for preventable reasons? Is it really safe to 3D print organs and medical devices? Is Poverty Porn still a thing? What is Voluntourism and is it really that bad? What does storytelling have to do with taking a vaccine? The realm of Global Health is vast. The amount of challenges seems overwhelming. Where do we start? What does it take to be a humanitarian? Where do we donate our time and money to create the biggest impact? Hosted by engineer turned social impact storyte ...
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In each episode, we’ll meet renowned medical experts, specialists and pioneers who’ve influenced the way certain conditions and diseases are understood and treated. We focus on giving you the information you need to understand the root cause, symptoms and treatments available for specific medical conditions.
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Health Calls

Catholic Health Association

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From ethics to advocacy, Health Calls brings together thought leaders from Catholic health care, academia, public policy, and other organizations to discuss timely topics related to the common good and creating a more just and healthy society. Hosted by Brian Reardon, Health Calls is the official podcast of the Catholic Health Association of the United States.
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One World, One Health is brought to you by the One Health Trust. In this podcast, we bring you the latest ideas to improve the health of our planet and its people. Our world faces many urgent challenges from pandemics and decreasing biodiversity to pollution and melting polar ice caps, among others. This podcast highlights solutions to these problems from the scientists and experts working to make a difference.
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Take as Directed

CSIS Global Health Policy Center | Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Take as Directed is the podcast series of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. It highlights important news, events, issues, and perspectives in global health policy, particularly in infectious disease, health security, and maternal, newborn, and child health. The podcast brings you commentary and perspectives from some of the leading voices in global health and CSIS Global Health Policy Center in-house experts
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A podcast about healing and preventing cancer with nutrition & natural therapies, and living life with joy and purpose! I was diagnosed with stage IIIC colon cancer in 2003, at 26 years old. I had surgery but refused chemotherapy. I chose faith over fear, changed my entire life, and used hardcore nutrition and natural therapies to heal. My doctor told me I was "Insane", but he was wrong. :) Today I am a best-selling author, blogger, global health & cancer coach, and speaker. My site (chrisbe ...
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JAMA Health Forum is a peer-reviewed, open-access JAMA Network journal focused on health policy. The journal publishes original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. The podcast highlights new articles and their authors as well as the latest news in health policy for a broad audience interested in improving health and health c ...
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The Healthy Project is hosted by Corey Dion Lewis, Clinical Health Coach for a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Because of his experience working directly with patients in underserved communities, Corey felt the need to speak up and address the issues and provide solutions to improve the healthcare experience for the ones that need it the most. The Healthy Project Podcast addresses topics related to health equity, prevention, diversity, and literacy for healthcare professionals addr ...
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The Public Health Insight Podcast is a weekly podcast ranked in the top 5% of all podcasts globally. The podcast covers all things public health and global health, from the sustainable development goals to the social determinants of health, as well as interesting dialogues about the diverse career opportunities that exist in the fields. Since its launch in March 2020, the podcast has featured more than 40 high-profile guests and has built an audience in more than 4,000 cities in over 185 cou ...
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Editors at The Lancet Global Health, in conversation with the journal’s authors, explore their latest research and its impact on people’s health, healthcare, and health policy. A monthly audio companion to this open access journal, this podcast covers a broad range of topics, from the global burden of cervical cancer associated with HIV to financing primary health care, the role of poverty in the misuse of antibiotics to intimate partner violence, and more.
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Classic FM presenters Sam Pittis and Katie Breathwick have been friends for more than twenty years. Around two years ago, their lives took a surprising turn - they both discovered they have ADHD. Katie thinks it's a superpower, Sam thinks it's a pain in the backside. Join them every week as they explore what it's really like to live with ADHD, the highs and the lows and they’ll share tips and strategies on how they manage it. Across the series, they’ll also be speaking to expert guests to he ...
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Looking to digest the latest in gastroenterology? GI Insights is here to provide updates on screening guidelines, diagnostic options, and management tools for all diseases and disorders affecting the gastrointestinal tract.
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Each week Steph Lowe speaks with experts from all over the world in the areas of nutrition, microbiome health, environmental sustainability, psychology, meditation and more. Together we’ll teach you the answers to becoming healthy, happy and a more conscious human, and why your contribution to the planet truly matters.
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Optimistic Voices

Helping Children Worldwide; Dr. Laura Horvath, Emmanuel M. Nabieu, Yasmine Vaughan, Melody Curtiss

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Vital voices in the fields of global health, global child welfare reform and family separation, and those intent on conducting ethical missions in low resource communities and developing nations. Join our hosts as they engage in conversations with diverse guests from across the globe, sharing optimistic views, experiences, and suggestions for better and best practices as they discuss these difficult topics.
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Every Monday morning step into the office of iconic psychotherapist Esther Perel and listen in as real people in search of insight bare the raw, intimate, and profound details of their stories. From breakups and open relationships to workplace conflicts and fractures in the family, it’s a place to hear our own stories reflected in the lives of others. So…where should we begin? Part of the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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I AM GPH

NYU School of Global Public Health

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The I AM GPH podcast brings you community conversations from the New York University School of Global Public Health. From student internships to cutting edge faculty research, from alumni insights to the insider scoop on campus life… it's all right here on the I AM GPH podcast.
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Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Cardiology. JAMA Cardiology publishes exceptional original research, state-of-the-art reviews, and informative opinions that advance the science and practice of cardiology, enhance cardiovascular health, and inform health care policy. JAMA Cardiology is the definitive journal for clinical investigators, clinicians, and trainees in cardiovascular medicine worldwide. JAMA Cardiology focuses on all aspects of cardiovascular medicine, including epide ...
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The Lancet (www.thelancet.com) is a weekly medical journal, renowned for the publication of high-quality peer-reviewed research and reviews from around the world. In the Podcasts our editors discuss journal highlights, including interviews with authors of key articles to provide context and insight to advancements in medicine and health worldwide.
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Utano is health & Utano Podcast is about how health problems affect African people, economies & global health. Lenias Hwenda talks to guests tackling or affected by African health issues and gets them to share their insights on impact, solutions & actions needed to solve health issues. Utano Podcast is about how to change a flawed narrative & way of thinking about the health of Africans that leads African governments to under-invest in healthcare, delegate African healthcare to donors, inter ...
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The CommonHealth

CSIS Global Health Policy Center | Center for Strategic and International Studies

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The CommonHealth is the podcast of the CSIS Bipartisan Alliance for Global Health Security. On The CommonHealth, hosts J. Stephen Morrison, Katherine Bliss, and Andrew Schwartz delve deeply into the puzzle that connects pandemic preparedness and response, HIV/AIDS, routine immunization, and primary care, areas of huge import to human and national security. The CommonHealth replaces under a single podcast the Coronavirus Crisis Update, Pandemic Planet and AIDS Existential Moment.
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CVC Unplugged

Global Corporate Venturing

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The CVC Unplugged podcast is a weekly show that brings you fascinating and wide-ranging conversations with leading corporate venture capital investors, subject matter experts, startup founders, journalists and other market participants to keep you informed of the most important trends affecting early-stage investing.
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VitalTalks: Future of Public Health from Vital Strategies looks at how the world around us shapes our health, and how we can shape our environments so that everyone, everywhere has the potential for great health. Vital Strategies is a global public health organization that seeks to accelerate progress on the world’s most pressing health problems. Our team combines evidence-based strategies with innovation to help develop and implement sound public health policies, manage programs efficiently ...
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We are a podcast about global health and human rights. And right now, we are asking the tough questions about what a world with #COVID19 looks like. Rapid, mass global #vaccination programs are needed - something never achieved in #globalpublichealth before. But who will be left behind? #Pandemics have upended #globalsecurity priorities and turned our lives upside down. What does this mean for #humanrights? What are the implications for epidemics, like, #HIV, #TB and #Malaria, that we have n ...
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U.S.-China Nexus Podcast

Georgetown University | Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues

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In 2022, Georgetown University’s Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues launched the U.S.-China Nexus, a new podcast featuring conversations with scholars and policy experts on the dynamics in China and Sino-American relations. The show’s guests share the development of their careers and insights about the current state of bilateral ties. It also looks forward, providing reflections on how to manage this complex relationship as elements of strategic competition become more prono ...
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Viral Load

Brett Bayles (a professor) / Andy Pupa (not a professor)

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The disease podcast for a diseased world! Hosts: Brett Bayles (a professor) & Andy Pupa (not a professor) gleefully explore the weird and wacky world of diseases on a changing planet.
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The Global Health Collective - With a Local Edge

McMaster MSc. Global Health program - Hosted by Shania Bhopa

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Current global health challenges are multiple and complex, from the rising burden of disease to the climate crisis to health disparities. These are the same challenges impacting our local communities. The Global Health Collective will explore some of these issues and the research and work being done in response. With a focus on the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this podcast invites students, faculty, staff, and global health changemakers from the broader community to ...
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Russ Branzell, President & CEO of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), interviews leaders in Digital Health from around the world. These thought leaders share their knowledge, challenges, best practices, and ideas for helping to transform health and care on a global level.
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Causes or Cures is an independent health and public health podcast hosted by Dr. Eeks. There are no corporate or academic sponsors, just a grassroots podcast rooted in curiosity and passion that tries to break down tough topics into digestible bits. Dr. Eeks works in the field of public health and health communications as a consultant & contractor. She is passionate about how science is communicated and has a penchant for using a blue-collar sense of humor as a health communications tool. On ...
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It only takes one Act of Courage to build a movement. Led by Founder, President and CEO, Jean Pierre-Louis, MPH, capracare is a global health nonprofit organization focusing on improving the health and well being of the people of Haiti. This podcast showcases the courageous stories of the ever growing community of changemakers, leaders, partners, advocates, and those who have joined forces with capracare to create better lives and opportunities for the people of Haiti, and globally.
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In this podcast, Silas Majambere discusses with various experts the issues of inequity in global health and in particular the inadequacy of malaria control strategies in Africa. Silas Majambere is a Public Health Entomologist who has spent 20 years of his career studying and fighting mosquitoes that transmit malaria. If you are interested in global health equity, and the intricacies of poverty and international aid, this podcast is for you.
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This is the Canadian Nursing Students' Association's Global Health Podcast put on by the Global Health and Outreach Committee. In this podcast there will be guests speakers from all realms of global health as well as episodes with specific topic points!
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The Western healthcare system is full of rack rage, moral injury, and ethical crises. How can we redefine how physicians deliver healthcare to stay true to morality? In this episode, Dr. Marc-David Munk, an emergency medicine physician, shares his transformative experiences working with the Flying Doctors of East Africa. In this episode, Dr. Munk d…
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One of the most critical aspects of global health practice is creating and fostering good relationships. Having trusted partners around the globe not only allows us to get the proper resources where they need to go, but also facilitates opportunities for mutual learning. Bruce Compton, CHA's Senior Director of Global Health, and Edmund Nigel Ramsay…
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In todays special guest episode, life and health coach, Mariola Porras, shares with us her testimony on how she made a life changing decision to quit her successful career as a global marketer for large corporations, and in turn choosing an alternative path to give back by helping others. __ Join the new Overcoming Depression & Anxiety online progr…
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Research shows that large numbers of Covid deaths could have been prevented if people in low and middle income countries had better access to vaccines. But this week the World Trade Organisation said it could not reach a consensus on waiving intellectual property rights on Covid-19 tests and treatments for poorer countries. Claudia Hammond is joine…
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It's estimated that 68% of the world's population will be living in cities by 2050. In this episode, host Garry Aslanyan speaks with two pioneering leaders who have taken up the quest to make their cities healthier places by encouraging safe and active mobility. Jesús Carlos Soto is the Head of the Mobility and Transportation Department of the city…
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We are thrilled to have Dr. Catherine Kyobutungi back on the show. Our conversation explores the impact of prophets and spiritual healers on people's health across Africa and beyond. We discuss the disturbing revelations from the documentary about TB Joshua and the manipulation, abuse, and exploitation committed by him and other religious leaders. …
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In the third episode of the CommonHealth Live! series, World Health Organization (WHO) Senior Advisor Dr. Scott Dowell joins J. Stephen Morrison for a discussion about the Global Health Emergency Corps (GHEC) concept, development thus far, and plans for 2024. What will it take to bring GHEC to life? What might the U.S. role be?…
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In the first of an informal series of episodes looking at the PEPFAR & US global AIDS funding, Ben chats with Dr Anu Kumar, President & CEO of IPAS, on how the US Supreme Court’s repeal of Roe vs Wade has mobilized extremist neo-colonial efforts to reverse HIV, safe abortion services and global health programs particularly in sub Saharan Africa. ht…
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We’ve known about the health harms of lead exposure for more than 1,000 years. But many people, including children, are still exposed to lead through various sources including paint, water and soil. In this episode, Dan Kass, Senior Vice President of Environmental, Climate and Urban Health at Vital Strategies joins us to discuss this pervasive publ…
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Lauren Southwell of The Lancet Global Health talks to Authia Gray and Kevin Ikuta about the burden of bacterial antimicrobial resistance in the WHO African region during 2019. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(23)00539-9/fulltext?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_langlo Continue this conversat…
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With more than half of the people on the African continent not having access to basic essential medicines according to the World Health Organization resulting in an estimated one million deaths, the challenge of poor access to medicines will not be solved by one government or a single organization alone. There is only so much that any single organi…
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In this episode, Katie Morra talks about all things related to the gastrointestinal system, including Helicobacter pylori, indigestion, and GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease). They dive into: The health risks of heartburn, GERD, and acid reflux Unveiling the symptoms of indigestion reflux Understanding the causes of indigestion and heartburn A …
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In 2022, WHO’s African Region saw 233 million cases of malaria, with 580,000 deaths. 80% of those deaths are children under 5. The phase 3 trial of the new R21/Matrix-M malaria vaccine was published in The Lancet this month, and the results suggest a turning point in the fight against malaria. Gavin is joined by Professor Sir Adrian Hill, one of th…
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The phase 3 trial of the new R21/Matrix-M malaria vaccine was published in The Lancet this month, and the results suggest a turning point in the fight against malaria. Gavin is joined by Professor Sir Adrian Hill, one of the creators of the vaccine, to discuss the process the vaccine went through, the history of malaria vaccine research, and what t…
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More than 1,600 junior doctors have been on strike in South Korea in a dispute about working conditions and Government plans to add more medical school placements. BBC health reporter Smitha Mundasad joins Claudia Hammond to explain the latest. Smitha also brings Claudia new research about the first ever prehistoric case of a child with genetic con…
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In today’s episode we are joined by Stella Ladikos, fierce mental health advocate, counsellor, speaker, and huge believer in therapy to discuss mental health. We explore “mental health first aid” and the importance of us all becoming “everyday heroes” and developing skills in empathy and listening versus our default “fix-it mode”. Stella teaches us…
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In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Erica Fernandes about the identification of a new syndrome linked to fentanyl exposure while in the womb. Dr. Fernandes first discusses how a new syndrome related to developmental or genetic abnormalities is identified and then explains how they carried out their study at Nemours Children'…
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People interpret what we do based on their worldview. In Honor-Shame cultures, people might misinterpret and see in our actions merit making, proselytization or apostasy, however pure our motivation may be. We’ll look at honor-shame based worldviews, understand how and why people may misinterpret what we do, look at risks and practices to help show…
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Dive into the mystery of Disease X, the hypothetical pathogen poised to trigger the next global pandemic. Amidst a sea of conspiracy theories, from government cover-ups and the New World Order to clandestine experiments, we sift through the noise to uncover the truth. Join the guys as they navigate the tangled web of misinformation to reveal the re…
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The world acted as if the COVID-19 pandemic was a big surprise. However, just months before, the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB) had warned that the world was vulnerable to a pandemic of respiratory illness and needed to act quickly. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, the former president of Croatia, says she felt frustrated and helpless when th…
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In today's episode of The Root Cause Medicine Podcast, we navigate the importance of nutrition and medications in treating eating disorders and mental illnesses with Dr. James Greenblatt. You’ll hear us discuss: Addressing malnutrition and nutrient deficiencies in eating disorder treatment How does zinc deficiency impact eating disorders? The role …
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Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: Paul Kwo, MD In patients with chronic live disease, consuming alcohol could contribute to progressive liver damage and a variety of cancers. So alcohol consumption should not be a regular occurrence for those who have underlying chronic liver disease. And approximately four percent of patients with alco…
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From getting bogged down in paperwork to saying no to bribes, Dr. Marc-David Munk spills it all on the Public Health Insight Podcast. In this final episode in the three-part series “Urgent Calls From Distant Places,” Dr. Munk highlights the shift in demographics of illness in Africa, stories involving intense emergency situations racing against the…
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In this enlightening episode of The Healthy Project Podcast, host Corey Dion Lewis sits down with Heather Jones-Brown, a fervent advocate for civic engagement and health equity. Heather, who also works in staff equity at Grinnell College, dives deep into the critical role civic participation plays in shaping health outcomes within communities. From…
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Ira Glass has created over 800 episodes of the genre-defining radio show and podcast This American Life. Each week on the show he weaves together stories around a central narrative theme and he never shies away from the big hard questions. But after almost 30 years of producing the show- he's asking himself and Esther, is this it? For the first tim…
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This episode is not a substitute for professional guidance or advice on ADHD medication. Please contact your GP for personalised support and assistance. Katie is on ADHD medication, Sam isn't. This week, they look at how ADHD medication works. Katie describes how it feels to take the medication: the highs, the lows and the side effects. Plus Dr Max…
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Sopra Steria Ventures, the CVC unit of French IT giant Sopra Steria, has been around for half a decade. After a few years, however, the investment programme was not really yielding any tangible results. The structure was not quite there, the strategy was not quite aligned with the corporate leadership wanted, and the focus was too skewed towards M&…
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"Let food by thy medicine and medicine be thy food." In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Marissa Toussaint about how she is using culinary medicine to help her patients lose weight, maintain a healthy weight and prevent chronic illnesses. Taking a holistic approach to health, she explains what culinary medicine is and how sh…
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Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: Edward L. Barnes, MD, MPH Pouchitis is a common inflammatory complication after ileal pouch-anal anastomosis (J-pouch) surgery, but the why behind patients who develop this condition seems to be unclear. So to dive into the updated guidelines for the management of pouchitis and to also hear about some k…
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In today's episode of The Root Cause Medicine Podcast, we're back for part 2 of the cardiovascular and metabolic diseases talk with Dr. Sanjay Bhojraj. You’ll hear us discuss: How to improve cardiovascular health Approaches to reduce inflammatory burden for better cardiovascular health The role of oral health in cardiovascular health Powerlifting a…
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Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: Shilpa Junna, MD Symptoms of portal vein thrombosis (PVT) are primarily driven by the extent of the obstruction that the PVT is causing, and some of it’s also driven by how quickly the thrombosis has developed. There’s also some cases where symptoms can be nonspecific. So the role of a multidisciplinary…
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In today’s episode we are joined by Dr. David Harper, to uncover the dark side of the class of drugs known as glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1) analogs, with the most well-known being Ozempic. We explore weight loss versus fat loss, our concerns with long term caloric restriction, the mild and serious potential side effects of these pharmaceuticals, …
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Interview with Michael T. Lu, MD, MPH, author of Effects of Pitavastatin on Coronary Artery Disease and Inflammatory Biomarkers in HIV: Mechanistic Substudy of the REPRIEVE Randomized Clinical Trial, and Matthew J. Feinstein, MD, MSc, author of Statins, Inflammation, and Tissue Context in REPRIEVE. Hosted by Robert Bonow, MD. Related Content: Effec…
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The global missions landscape has shifted and so has the role Americans now play. We'll explore the many new opportunities this has created. Session recorded on Thursday, November 9th during Session Block #1 at 3:45PM EST ; speaker: Charlie Vittitow. Session webpage: https://www.medicalmissions.com/events/gmhc-2023/sessions/where-do-i-fit-in-todays…
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When Americans and others living in the global north (aka Westerners) think about trafficking, they tend to have an image of a child being kidnapped by a bad guy, and then sexually exploited. While that is certainly a trafficking issue, there are all kinds of child trafficking. You may not have heard of orphanage trafficking before today, but it is…
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In this episode of Causes or Cures I chat with Dr. Scott Kaplan about his research on the effectiveness of putting a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages. Sugar-sweetened beverages are significantly linked to heart disease, obesity and other chronic illnesses, and taxes are one (albeit controversial) approach we can take at the population level. Dr. Ka…
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In today's episode of The Root Cause Medicine Podcast, we discuss the importance of diet, lifestyle changes, and personalized approaches to improve cardiovascular health with Dr. Sanjay Bhojraj. You’ll hear us discuss: The different types of plaque that can cause heart attacks How to assess cardiovascular risk Personalized approaches to cardiovascu…
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Can engineering create sustainable change in the world? In this episode of the Global Health Pursuit podcast, we speak with Abe Wright, co-founder and CTO of Design Outreach. We discuss Abe's transition from an engineer at J&J to leading a nonprofit focused on global health. Abe shares the story of the Life Pump, a reliable and sustainable water pu…
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Drug-resistant infections are a problem for everyone, but especially for newborns. They don’t have fully developed immune systems, and their bodies are less equipped to fight infections. The risk is highest for infants born sick or prematurely. Bloodborne infections – sepsis – are one major threat to newborns. Sepsis can move quickly, overpowering …
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How can the U.S. spend more per capita on healthcare than any other high-income country and still report such high levels of patient dissatisfaction? In the second episode of a three-part series “Urgent Calls From Distant Places,” Dr. Munk discusses his decision to focus on healthcare administration to address the dysfunction, which he categorizes …
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In this enlightening episode of the Healthy Project Podcast, host Corey Dion Lewis sits down with Jill Wells, an artist, advocate, and pioneer in combining art with advocacy to create social change. Jill shares her journey from being a substance use counselor to embracing her true calling as a full-time artist and mentor. Discover how she leverages…
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Too often we can focus on troubles in our relationships and not what happens when the relationship goes right. This week, Esther explores the inner workings of a pivotal pair with podcast royalty Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway. The hosts of Pivot join Esther to delve into what makes them great to listen to and how being open to surprise and differ…
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Parenting isn't always easy. It's full of rewarding moments but it also comes with its fair share of challenges. Add ADHD into the mix and things can get even harder. So, how can you make it work when one or more family members are neurodiverse? Educational and child psychologist, Dr Joanne Riordan is back to share some tips and strategies to help …
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Today’s show is a bit different – instead of a normal conversation, we’re bringing you GCV’s most recent edition of the Next Wave – our monthly webinar series that features panel discussions on emerging technologies and CVC best practices. The post The Next Wave Webinar: Venture building – how to avoid the common failures appeared first on CVC Unpl…
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