Best Influenza podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Join the ‘disease detectives’ Mark Honigsbaum and Hannah Mawdsley as they investigate the most devastating pandemic of all time: the 1918 Spanish influenza. Part scientific detective story, part historical inquiry, 'Going Viral' takes listeners to the scene of a viral crime and in the process recovers the experience of the world’s deadliest virus, which is 100 years old this year. If the world were haunted by another devastating pandemic, how would we cope? 'Going Viral' is supported by Well ...
 
Meet the Microbiologist is a podcast that showcases the people behind the scientific discoveries. Each guest introduces their research in one of the cutting-edge areas of the microbial sciences: genomics, antibiotic resistance, synthetic biology, emerging infectious diseases, microbial ecology, public health, probiotics, and more! You no longer have to suffer in silence: learn about epidemiology as you run errands, explore drug discovery as you drive home, delve into microbial genomics at th ...
 
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UpToDate Talk
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UpToDate® is the premier evidence-based clinical decision support resource, trusted worldwide by healthcare practitioners to help them make the right decisions at the point of care. It is proven to change the way clinicians practice medicine, and is the only resource of its kind associated with improved outcomes.Support for UpToDate Talk is provided by UpToDate, Wolters Kluwer. UpToDate is entirely funded by the subscriptions of its users and does not accept advertising or funding unrelated ...
 
Latest medical news and features from Medscape Internal Medicine
 
Trusted evidence. Informed decisions. Better health.
 
This Week in Virology is a netcast about viruses - the kind that make you sick. Three virology professors and a science writer explain how viruses work and how they cause disease.
 
Promoting Self-reliance and Independence. Broadcasts are designed to involve the listener, answering the 5 W’s of who, what, when, where, why and the how to of being prepared, self-reliant and self sustaining.
 
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MedConversations
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Learn med by osmosis.
 
This podcast might not actually kill you, but it covers so many things that can. Each episode tackles a different disease, from its history, to its biology, and finally, how scared you need to be. Ecologists and epidemiologists Erin Welsh and Erin Allmann Updyke make infectious diseases acceptable fodder for dinner party conversation and provide the perfect cocktail recipe to match
 
A podcast highlighting key articles in the current issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases, a journal from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
 
The medical podcast for your cortex and funny bone. Dr Mel Herbert, Dr Jess Mason, Dave Mason and the FOOLYBOO team bring you a medical podcast that won't hurt a bit.
 
Weather Explained: Fog, clouds, rain, haze, thunder, cyclones, dew point and how to count dust motes are just a few of the 35 topics covered in short, easy to read and understand chapters in this book published in 1905.
 
Breaking news and research on acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and herbal medicine with HealthCMi.
 
We are building a community based on reason and compassion in BC through education, outreach, support, and advocacy. This podcast contains recordings of speakers at our weekly Sunday Meetings in Vancouver. Some speakers may use profanity or discuss explicit content.
 
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Survival Medicine
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Doom and Bloom,Nurse Amy,Dr Bones,Survival,Survival Medicine,Traditional and Alternative Medical Advice including Survival Medicine or Collapse Medicine.
 
Editor of the website, Outbreak News Today, Robert Herriman interviews expert guests on topics of infectious diseases, research, medicine and health.
 
Transformational Pediatrics is a free podcast series for health care professionals featuring the specialists from Children’s Mercy covering topics in that are changing pediatric medicine. In each 10-minute podcast we cover important and timely topics in pediatrics including heart care and cardiology, critical care, oncology, neurology, neonatology, infectious disease, gastroenterology and nephrology among a host of others. We will discuss research, ethics, new solutions to health care our pr ...
 
What is a virus? How do they cause disease? What can we do to stop them? Find out here, in the podcast from the Medical Research Council (MRC)-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research (CVR), brought to you by our staff and students.
 
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Kids Healthcast
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A Pediatric Podcast for Parents
 
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Vax Talk
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Vax Talk is the podcast for people who want to do something about outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and who understand that knowledge is power. We will discuss the latest news about vaccines and the impact they have on our communities, our families, and our friendships.
 
Podcast for Maricopa Emergency Medicine Residency in Phoenix, AZ, USA. See http://maricopaempodcast.blogspot.com/
 
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Auckland Libraries
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Curated recordings of events and interviews about collections from Auckland Libraries. Catch up on missed author talks, events and concerts or hear more in-depth commentary on the taonga treasured collections and exhibition talks.
 
The official podcast of the Infusion Nurses Society connects you with leaders in the infusion specialty with pertinent discussions about the biggest issues in infusion therapy. INS Podcast is an integral part of the INS Learning Center at https://www.learningcenter.ins1.org. INS Podcasts is funded through a grant from BD. Learn more about them at www.bd.com.
 
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EM Board Bombs
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Emergency Medicine free, short podcasts with high yield board and shelf review. Printed review handout sheets on board review topics. Available on Apple iTunes Podcast app for download. Podcast audio is crisp, fun, and enjoyable. emboardbombs.com
 
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Health Focus
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Doctors, medical professionals and researchers from the Medical University of South Carolina will be featured weekly in a series of radio interviews on South Carolina Public Radio called Health Focus. Award winning public broadcaster Bobbi Conner will host this series of health and medical features, covering a wide array of topics.
 
This is a catch-all feed for podcasts produced by the Daviess County Public Library in Owensboro, KY.
 
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Chicken Whisperer
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Backyard Poultry with the Chicken Whisperer®, brought to you by Kalmbach Feeds, is a nationally broadcast web radio show all about keeping backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Each week, the Chicken Whisperer®, Editor In Chief of, Chicken Whisperer Magazine, Author of, The Chicken Whisperer's Guide To Keeping Chickens, and National Spokesperson for the USDA-APHIS Biosecurity for Birds Program, welcomes experts in their field from around the country to share ...
 
The BMJ Best Practice podcast publishes interviews with clinical experts aimed at healthcare professionals and students with an interest in keeping up to date with the latest scientific developments, evidence-based medicine and guidelines. BMJ Best Practice is ranked one of the best clinical decision support tools for health professionals worldwide.* Structured around the clinical workflow and updated daily, BMJ Best Practice uses the latest evidence-based research, guidelines and expert opi ...
 
Talking Hoosier History is an Indiana History podcast produced by the Indiana Historical Bureau. Join us each month to explore the people, places, and events that shaped the Hoosier state. Credits, Notes, and more info: https://blog.history.in.gov/talking-hoosier-history/
 
The signature program of the nonprofit, Advancing the Interests of Animals (AIA), is its weekly, one-hour nationally syndicated radio show, Animals Today. Currently in its seventh continuous year, this show provides a worldwide platform where individuals and organizations concerned about the welfare of animals can present their viewpoints and promote their causes. It is a communication hub where listeners learn about a wide variety of animal welfare issues as well as the actions they can tak ...
 
Disseminating professional health information in common language, guaranteeing conversations you'll never forget!
 
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Rob Hayes
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Iv'e been producing and djing for a good few years now , my favourite styles of music are all things House, Garage and Drum and Bass.Over the years i've been lucky enough to get a few releases out there and had the chance to remix some really good tracks , feel free to check out my stuff , i'm frequently adding new tracks , and make tracks that I can available for download.I'm always interested in working on new tracks and if I like a track will often take it on to be remixed ...Best way to ...
 
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Alice in Nursingland
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The Alice in Nursingland Podcast is an exploration of nursing - from the mainstream to the far out!
 
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This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Terry Dixon about protecting teens and young adults from meningococcal disease. Dr. Dixon is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and a Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist at MUSC Children’s Health.By bconner@parentsjournal.com (Bobbi Conner).
 
This week's episode is nothing like any of our past episodes, and there will never be another quite like it. How can we be so sure, you ask? Because this week, we're covering prions, the terrifying, genetic material-less infection that is 100% fatal and caused by nothing more than a humble protein. And not just any protein, a protein you alread ...…
 
Most material featured in Robert's talk can be located through the Auckland Libraries catalogue including our new super search engine Kura. You will find the link to Kura under Heritage Collections on the front page of Auckland Libraries' website.Some items in the Ephemera collection are not currently catalogued. To view these items such as the ...…
 
We begin with animal news items from around the world, including the death of the fourth dolphin at Dolphinaris Arizona, salmonella risks posed by pet hedgehogs, new insights into the intelligence of dogs, sleeping with pets in the bed, the unremitting Norwegian whaling industry, and more. We continue with Iris Ho, Senior Wildlife Specialist wi ...…
 
This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Susan Newman about the education, training and day to day responsibilities of Nurse Scientists. Dr. Newman is the Director of the Ph.D. in Nursing Science Program in the College of Nursing at MUSC.By bconner@parentsjournal.com (Bobbi Conner).
 
Season 2 Episode 3: This week we're discussing sepsis, a major complication of infection (from bacteria AND viruses) which can lead to multiple organ failure and death. Following on from the first two episodes in this series, influenza virus in one such infection that can lead to sepsis. The only treatments for sepsis are indirect drugs that ta ...…
 
The TWiV team discuss the use of quantum dots to study uncoating of influenza virus in real time, and induction of endothelial dysfunction by flavivirus NS1 proteins in a tissue-specific manner. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Rich Condit, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of ...…
 
Venezuela’s tumbling economy and authoritarian rule have precipitated an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. The country is now experiencing a more than 1 million percent inflation, healthcare is in crisis with the exodus of biomedical scientists and qualified healthcare professionals. More than 280,000 children are at risk for death from severe ...…
 
My first guest on the new YouTube program, Outbreak News TV is public health scientist, infectious disease expert and director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, or CIDRAP at the University of Minnesota, Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH. Dr. Osterholm, who has been a guest on the podcast and radio show several times, […] The p ...…
 
Dr Phyllis Herda shares political, economic and social insights on Tongan material culture at the time of Cook's visit to the Pacific. She comments on the impact of 'collecting and colonization'. Dr Herda works across the traditional disciplines of Anthropology, Pacific History and Women’s/Gender Studies.She began working in Polynesia in the ea ...…
 
Professor Frances Lennard discusses the preservation and conservation dynamics of working with Tapa cloth.Prof. Lennard is Professor of Textile Conservation at the University of Glasgow and the Principal Investigator on a collaborative project studying Pacific bark cloth. She trained at the Textile Conservation Centre at Hampton Court Palace in ...…
 
Dr Andy Mills share a short social, cultural and textile preservation history of the Pacific bark cloth.Dr Mills research interests focus mainly on Pacific art history and the sociocultural history of Oceania since 1700, Although his interests in Pacific art are broad, he specializes in the study of historical textiles and wood sculpture, and h ...…
 
Auckland University academic and author Billie Lythberg shares an erudite history related to the content and context of the Tapa Book collection.https://bit.ly/2SGw4JDDr Billie Lythberg (University of Auckland) has a PhD in economic anthropology and art history, and a background in Māori studies and oral literatures. She has keen interest in ‘g ...…
 
Dagmar Dyck is a Tongan German textile artist and educator, first generation New Zealander. Her creative works include working with Tongan Ngatu (Tapa). In this track Dagmar describes the experience of being a working artist and the influence of heritage collections; seeing objects of culture, art and beauty up close and in the flesh rather tha ...…
 
Among the many taonga held by Ngā Pātaka Kōrero - Auckland Libraries is a sampler book of Pacific tapa cloth.The Tapa Book is a catalogue of different specimens of cloth collected in the mid 1700s during the three Pacific voyages of Captain James Cook. In the late 1780s Alexander Shaw compiled a series of catalogues with sample cloth from Tonga ...…
 
Get our free clinical lab guide: https://www.medgeeks.co/labguide - Over the next few weeks, I want to do a mini toxicology series. With the amount of new drugs and the amount of overdoses which are occurring, I think it's important for providers to know... The clinical presentation Diagnosis Differential Diagnosis Workup Management ...for thes ...…
 
Today, socialism is a misunderstood political buzzword. In this episode, we ask you to set aside preconceptions to look at the historical roots of the movement and what it meant to workers with few protections. In 1912, Terre Haute native Eugene V. Debs ran for president on the Socialist Party of America ticket, which promised to give more powe ...…
 
This show features PETA’s Ingrid Newkirk to speak about fur. Lori once again has the pleasure of speaking with one of the most important and visionary figures in the animal rights movement, and Ingrid begins by recalling the early days of PETA’s opposition to fur as a product. They go on to discuss the I’d Rather Go Naked campaign, the Los Ange ...…
 
On today’s show, I want to continue my discussion with experts on the measles situation in the US and vaccines and the antivaccine movement. But I also want to look at the Ebola outbreak in DRC. Joining me today to look at these issues and more is Rob Cohen, MD. Dr. Cohen is a physician, […] The post Measles, vaccines and Ebola with Dr Rob Cohe ...…
 
Melanie Firestone, a PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, discusses the use of letter grades for restaurant inspection scores in New York City.
 
It's been more than a decade since a U.S. court, in an omnibus proceeding, found that vaccines do not cause autism, but that finding has sparked a new conspiracy theory, thanks in part to Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. We invited vaccine law expert Dr. Dorit Reiss to our show to discuss with her how this new conspiracy theory does not hold up to scrutiny.…
 
A panel discussion about Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066 and how it affects us today featuring of Matthew Alschbach, Associate Professor of History at OCTC, Susan Gesser, Director of Catholic Charities, and Naheed Murtaza, Adjunct Professor of Political Science at Brescia. Our moderator is Dr. Courtland Lewis, Associate Professor of Philosophy ...…
 
This week Bobbi Conner talks with Sue King about why teens are especially vulnerable to addiction to alcohol and drugs and what parents can do to help prevent addiction. Ms. King is a Clinical Instructor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at MUSC.…
 
Annette Lees shares the journey toward publishing her book "Swim".Annette will speak at the Central Library on Wednesday 20th February @ 12pmFind out more: aucklandlibraries.govt.nzImage: Heritage Collections, Auckland Libraries, 34-Z164
 
ITE is just around the corner. Today we prep with a discussion about the hyperthermic agitated patient. What do they have? How can you get to the diagnosis? And how do we treat it?The Altered and Hyperthermic patient.By maricopaempodcast@gmail.com (Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ, USA).
 
Outbreaks of measles are currently being reported in Washington state, Oregon, Texas and New York. In fact, the CDC reported that in 2018, 349 individual cases of measles were confirmed in 26 states and the District of Columbia. This is the second-greatest number of annual cases reported since measles was eliminated in the U.S. in […] The post ...…
 
Wood stoves kill. We expose this ugly truth along with why American Lit majors always get CO poisoning on tests. Let’s talk CO, hyperbaric, and when to do it.
 
Are some animals more equal than others? SFU Professor Arne Mooers expands on his recent piece in The Conversation to look at the philosophy and ethics underlying efforts at conservation. https://theconversation.com/losing-some-species-may-matter-more-than-losing-others-108337
 
This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Gregory Cote about identifying patients at increased risk of pancreatic cancer due to certain genetic syndromes. Dr. Cote is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at MUSC.By bconner@parentsjournal.com (Bobbi Conner).
 
When someone mentions the workplace and health, our first thoughts might be about safety and avoiding accidents, but workplaces also provide an opportunity for interventions to improve the general health of employees. Luke Wolfenden of the University of Newcastle in Callaghan, Australia and colleagues have looked into this and we asked him to t ...…
 
Season 2 Episode 2: Today we are discussing another virus everyone is familiar with, especially now the winter season is here, influenza. But today we are changing tack, and bringing some physics into the mix.Joining us (postdocs Shirin Ashraf and Connor Bamford) is Dr. Nicole Robb, from the University of Oxford. Dr. Robb is a virologist, who l ...…
 
The TWiV crew reveal a unique portal on the calcivirus capsid formed upon receptor engagement, and the regulation of interferon responses in virus-infected cells by methylation of mRNA. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Kathy Spindler, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! ...…
 
We don’t often get to report good news these days, but here’s something that’s making the authorities celebrate and may have saved hundreds of lives in, of all places, Australia. In a joint drug bust, Australian and u.s. agents seize record-setting 1.7 tons of meth worth $1.29 billion in Los Angeles, right at the sea port before sailing. Dr. Al ...…
 
Acupuncture and herbs beat ibuprofen for long-term relief.
 
On this weekend’s show I look at several topics in the world of infectious diseases. The measles outbreaks here and abroad are a concern for many and I look at the latest from the US and the Philippines. I also do a segment of the various infectious disease risks related to dogs. In the second […] The post Measles, infections you can get from d ...…
 
Dr. Shawn Lockhart, a lead research microbiologist at CDC, discusses the history of the fungus Cryptococcus gattii in the southeastern United States.
 
Get our free clinical lab guide: https://www.medgeeks.co/labguide - We have a 32 year old male with a past medical history of ETOH abuse (1 pint of vodka daily), ETOH related seizures, and hypertension. He presents with a complaint of severe epigastric pain and tenderness which started about a day ago and has progressively worsened over the day ...…
 
Erica Ollmann Saphire discusses her research on Ebola virus glycoprotein and the changing nature of structural biology. The Ebola virus glycoprotein sequence can vary up to 50% between Ebola virus species, presenting a challenge to develop pan-Ebola therapeutics or vaccines. Erica Ollmann Saphire discusses her work on antibodies that neutralize ...…
 
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