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Welcome to the MedEvidence podcast, hosted by Dr. Michael Koren and Michelle McCormick. MedEvidence, where we help you navigate the real truth behind medical research with both a clinical and research perspective. In this podcast, we will have discussions with physicians that have extensive experience in patient care and research. How do you know that something works? In medicine, we conduct clinical trials to see if things work! Now, let's get to the Truth Behind the Data.
 
Boss Wummin' is a podcast about Women, Comedy and Business. It's hosted by Karen and Katy Koren, the mother daughter powerhouse team behind the Edinburgh Fringe venue, Gilded Balloon. Edited by Finn Koren, Produced by Katy and Karen Koren Listen as Katy asks her mum important business advice to help her take the reins in running a company in the world of comedy.
 
How She Really Does It, is a place for you to learn how to create the life you want. It is the place where inspiration + possibility meet. Here you can create your life, your way in a REAL way that fits you, where you belong. This show is a place for you to learn, grow, create and tweak your life. The show is a place to see the glimmer of possibilities from other people's experiences and/or research.
 
Embracing Crazy is podcast about mental health, and an exploration into behavioral approaches on forming new relationships to the mind/body...and trauma. Thorald Koren both shares his personal behavioral approach that he discovered coming through a severe case of OCD that almost killed him in his twenties, and creates space for powerful Conversations with others on how they have embraced Crazy in their life.
 
**Please note: In July 2016, after almost five incredible years of creativity and growth together, we decided to close She Makes Magic. This podcast no longer receives new episodes but remains for now as an archive of incredible interviews. While She Makes Magic is now closed, we’d still love to hear from you. You can find Koren at korenhelbig.com or Alana and her new Untangled podcast series over at alanahelbig.com/untangled.** Hosted by Australian sisters Koren and Alana Helbig, She Makes ...
 
Madames, Heauxs and Gigolos explores the fascinating history of sex work, events in sexual revolutions, people in history, other topics around sex, and the history of sex work. Join hosts Heather, Connor, and Anthony as they discuss the oldest profession and all things relating to sex and history. Heather’s research, Connor’s wit, and Anthony's charm collide to bring a bi-weekly podcast celebrating the stories of courageous women and men who have been shunned by society because of their trad ...
 
Koren Symone is a savage, potty mouthed 20-something-year-old and she is hosting her own no holds barred podcast. She's navigating the exhilarating yet pretentious streets of Dallas, TX and talking about it all and occasionally bringing on some awesome guests to help. This podcast will reveal and follow her life through the partying, corporate work day-to-day crap, fear of organic foods, sexcapades and general life developments that are thrust upon her. If you can even slightly relate to enc ...
 
Susan Stiffelman is a family therapist, parent coach, and one of the country's premiere parenting experts, and the author of Parenting Without Power Struggles and Parenting With Presence (an Eckhart Tolle edition.) Susan's podcasts will feature conversations with guests including Dr. Jane Goodall, Arianna Huffington, Jack Kornfield, Glennon Melton and many other thought leaders.
 
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How do you choose safe AND effective ways to raise a healthy family? Do you know why vaccines are risky? Why is the relationship between mental, emotional and physical well-being so important for real health? Welcome to The Healthy Alternatives where Dr. Nancy Tarlow shares information to help you to make great health choices for you and your children!
 
Imagine your finances are so strong that you no longer have to work. You no longer have to worry about money. You no longer have to second-guess yourself every time you go to buy something. That is exactly what the Capable Wealthy Podcast is all about - helping you reach FINANCIAL FREEDOM by providing you the most effective ways you can build wealth and live your best life. In the show we'll cover the best ways to invest, save, negotiate, buy real estate, and much more.
 
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We decided to dedicate an episode of The Koren Podcast to friendship. We all know that the mourning observed during Sefirat HaOmer is due to the lack of respect shown by the students of Rabbi Akiva to each other. Just in time for Lag BaOmer, we had the chance to speak with two people who live and breathe friendship as a Torah value. Rabbi Aryeh Leb…
 
Do you ever feel overwhelmed? So many of us experience overwhelm and end up over-functioning as a result. In this episode, I’m sharing my biggest lesson on overwhelm and how I learned what to do when feeling overwhelmed. If you feel like you’re not coping with the stress, you need to listen to this episode. Get full show notes and more information …
 
Part 1 in a 4 part series on Kicking the Nicotine Habit, It's a Brain Thing. This month Dr. Michael Koren and Michelle McCormick talk with Dr. Mitchell Rothstein a clinical Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine physician for 30 years in the Jacksonville Florida area. Dr. Rothstein transitioned into Clinical Research as the Medical Director of the Phase 1 un…
 
Strap in and strap-on for this VERY HORNY EPISODE!! Unflinchingly-authentic comedian and actor Abe Farrelly (Curb Your Enthusiasm; Netflix Is A Joke Fest) is back as our first ever post-transition guest! Abe discusses how his standup - which used to lean heavily on the butch lesbian jokes - was "a big tell" when it came to realizing he needed to tr…
 
🕑 57 minutes Kunal Mehta is back for a second appearance! Last time he was here, he was working for the Wikimedia Foundation; but now he is a Senior Software Engineer at the Freedom of the Press Foundation. (Though he is still a volunteer MediaWiki developer.) Links for some of the topics discussed: Freedom of the Press Foundation Freedom of the Pr…
 
After an extended absence, for obvious reasons, Karen & Katy are back for Season 4 of Boss Wummin'. In this episode they talk about firefighting the past couple of years and how it's affected both the company and their relationship. Karen talks about her excitement of programming a full regular fringe. They look back at Fringe 2021 and forward to K…
 
Do you worry about what other people think of you? Do you let other people’s judgments hold you back from doing what you want? In this episode, hear the reasons we focus on other people’s judgments, and why trying to get other people to change the way they see you doesn’t work. I’m showing you how to stop playing small and how to use other people’s…
 
Clinical Trials Day is celebrated around the world in May to recognize the day that James Lind started what is often considered the first randomized clinical trial aboard a ship on May 20, 1747. Here’s the story... Also included in this month's MedEvidence! Radio Why we do Clinical Trials Phases of Clinical Trials Why you may want to participate in…
 
Actor, writer, and VO artist Lisa Cordileone heard "no" so many times that it prompted her to create her own work, which led to the lesbian web series Easy Abby and the feature Freelancers Anonymous! But while Lisa's queer life away from home was thriving, the time she spent with her family back in North Carolina was radically different. Lisa gets …
 
Hag HaAtzma'Ut Sameah! Happy 74th Israel Independence Day! It was a distinct privilege to be invited into the home of someone who played an active role in the creation of the State of Israel. Asher Cailingold was born in London, England in 1930 to one of the few Religious Zionist families living there at the time and, inspired by the examples set f…
 
In this episode, I’m talking about the old way of creating change and sharing a new way that is effective, sustainable and much less exhausting. Discover the importance of acknowledging your strengths as well as your weaknesses, and why your flaws help you become who you are, not keep you from creating the change you want. Get full show notes and m…
 
This month's MedEvidence guest, Dr. Steven Toenjes, MD, a board-certified neurologist, former staff neurologist in the U.S. Navy and an award-winning director of neurology residents at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and decorated Navy veteran joins Dr. Michael Koren and Michelle McCormick to discuss the future of Alzheimer's r…
 
We've had a number of asexual-identified guests on the podcast, but for the first time ever, we are thrilled to be speaking to an asexual couple! Courtney and Royce (who go by "The Ace Couple" online) are about to celebrate eight years of marriage. They share how they each came to understand their asexuality prior to meeting, and regale us with the…
 
Martha and Susan discuss the sometimes scary, always worth it steps we can take to ensure our lives—including our parenting lives—are in integrity with our truest nature. An inspiring conversation about making small but significant changes to experience greater peace and joy every day. https://susanstiffelman.com/martha-beck-podcast-episode/…
 
🕑 2 hours 18 minutes Alex Hollender is a product designer on the Reading Web team at the Wikimedia Foundation. He has been with the WMF since 2018. Links for some of the topics discussed: Create Build Destroy (fashion label) AltSchool Wikipedia article VideoWiki (now-archived MediaWiki extension) Desktop Improvements project Desktop Improvements ta…
 
Listen in this week as I share what boundaries are, what it looks like to have them in place, and the problem with setting them. I’m sharing a way to reframe how you look at boundaries in your life and giving you some examples of how you can use them to support yourself and other people. Get full show notes and more information here: https://bit.ly…
 
What's all the hullabaloos about Aduhelm, the first new Alzheimer's drug approval since 2003? This month's MedEvidence guest, Dr. Steven Toenjes, MD, a board-certified neurologist, former staff neurologist in the U.S. Navy and an award-winning director of neurology residents at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and decorated Navy…
 
Ben Siemon is an animation writer at Disney, and he loves his job. But when the infamous "Don't Say Gay" bill was on its way to becoming law in Florida and Disney didn't come out against it (AND was revealed to have donated to the politicians behind it), Ben got upset. So upset, in fact, that one day last month he made a video explaining why Disney…
 
Can you believe that this podcast has been in existence for over 15 and a half years and we have over 800 shows? It can be so overwhelming to know what episodes to listen to when you need them, so we’ve created a podcast playlist to solve this problem. This is your opportunity to get started and dig in, so tune in and hear what the Leader of Your L…
 
In Part 2: Is it Alzheimer's or Something Else? Drs. Toenjes and Koren begin by answering the popular question "When do you know something is wrong? Followed by explaining amyloid proteins, DNA structure, Alzheimer's therapy and the research behind all of it. Dr. Steven Toenjes, MD, a board-certified neurologist, former staff neurologist in the U.S…
 
Nicky Endres (they/she; Hulu's The Dropout) contains so many intersecting identities that they've come up with a comprehensive way to introduce themself: "I am an adopted, Asian-American, non-binary, transfeminine, queer actor, comic, voice artist, and audiobook narrator." How's THAT for a mic drop?? Growing up with white parents in a small town in…
 
🕑 1 hour 20 minutes Dror Snir-Haim, or Dror Snir, also known as FreedomFighterSparrow, is the main developer of Kol-Zchut, a wiki (run by a nonprofit organization of the same name) dedicated to enumerating the rights and entitlements of citizens of Israel. Links for some of the topics discussed: Kol Zchut (כל-זכות) English-language site Arabic-lang…
 
I’m sharing some common sports myths and fairy tales that have created prison walls in our lives, the difference between them, and how they affect us. Discover why pursuing your goals feels so vulnerable and the role vulnerability plays in our lives, and learn how to overcome your internal obstacles and deal with setbacks. Get full show notes and m…
 
Start preparing for Seder night! Alex and Aryeh are joined by Rabbi Haimer Jachter, author of Reason to Believe and Bridging Traditions, to share some of his insight as an Ashkenazi Rabbi leading a Sepharadi community. Talk ranges from the importance of tradition, what binds all Jews together, what Pesah will be like in the Third Beit HaMikdash (th…
 
This month's MedEvidence guest, Dr. Steven Toenjes, MD, a board-certified neurologist, former staff neurologist in the U.S. Navy and an award-winning director of neurology residents at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and decorated Navy veteran joins Dr. Michael Koren, MD and Michelle McCormick to discuss Alzheimer's disease in …
 
It's International Asexuality Day, and we're absolutely thrilled to have on activist, model, and writer, Yasmin Benoit! Throughout school, Yasmin was constantly singled out by the other girls for not being Team Edward *or* Team Jacob (it was 2009, y'all). When she learned about asexuality online, Yasmin immediately identified with it, but when she …
 
In this episode, I’m sharing the problem with pursuing a happily ever after and how to approach life instead. We don’t live in a fairy tale, so when the ending does not turn out, who do you become from what you are learning? Learn the importance of feeling and experiencing the happy moments, and what to do instead of arguing with reality. Get full …
 
Isaiah 62:4-5 No longer will they call you Deserted, or name your land Desolate. But you will be called Hephzibah, and your land Beulah; for the Lord will take delight in you, and your land will be married. As a young man marries a young woman, so will your Builder marry you; as a bridegroom rejoices over his bride, so will your God rejoice over yo…
 
MedEvidence! Radio presents Pediatric Vaccines: What You Need to Know Drs. Michael Koren & Tara VanBennekom with Kevin Geddings of WSOS 103.9 discuss Pediatric Vaccines, COVID vaccine safety, concerns, and what medical research is revealing. MedEvidence! Radio is a monthly live broadcast from WSOS 103.9 FM / 1170 AM with Kevin Geddings from St. Aug…
 
Nicole met the gorgeous-inside-and-out Koren Porras (he/they) in a dance class, and the two of them immediately bonded over being bisexual (and "very woo woo"). Koren grew up in the "deep, deep south" of New Orleans and Texas, and found himself othered more for his North African/Native American heritage than for his burgeoning sexuality/non-binary …
 
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