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A new weekly series all about Long COVID. Dr Funmi Okunola MD interviews a wide range of experts in the field about the disease, its possible causes, the assessment, diagnosis and management and the mechanisms of rehabilitation and recovery from Long COVID.
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The Podcast by and for Long Covid sufferers. Long Covid is estimated to affect at least 1 in 5 people infected with Covid-19. Many of these people were fit & healthy, many were successfully managing other conditions. Some people recover within a few months, but there are many who have been suffering for much much longer. ​ Although there is currently no "cure" for Long Covid, and the millions of people still ill have been searching for answers for a long time, in this podcast I hope to explo ...
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"Hopeful Horizons": The bridge where hope and healing meet. Our mission is to create the environment and resources to get people across the bridge from the post-COVID experience to a hopeful future. Our biggest dream and desire is to bring lasting impact to the lives of the millions experiencing long COVID effects and symptoms worldwide through awareness, stories, and self-help resources.
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Emergency Protocol

Denise and Jackie Freed

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Emergency Protocol deep-dives into Denise and Jackie Freed’s toolkit for living - The 12 Steps Reimagined. This mother-daughter duo discusses mental health, mental illness, recovery, sobriety, anxiety, depression, and more. Also featuring guests from their “village” who share their everyday miracles and survival tips, the show aims to provide practical tools, community, and hope to people who say “I’m okay!” but don’t really mean it (and who also need to drink more water).
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The latest in-depth coverage covering the intersection of technology and culture will help you make sense of a world in constant transformation. Join us as we explore the ways technology is changing our lives.
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The Long Haulers Podcast

The Long Haulers Podcast

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Post-COVID Support Community brings together people who struggle with ongoing symptoms caused by COVID-19. The Long Haulers Podcast is a series of talks with trained specialists and other Long COVID sufferers. Membership in the Post-COVID Support Community includes access to treatment resources, group support circles, and specialized training classes that are designed to save you time, money, and energy throughout your recovery journey. By learning how to better self-manage your Post-COVID c ...
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Short, effective hypnosis sessions to improve your mental health and well-being, designed to give you a boost, some relief from stress or anxiety, and help you if you’re struggling to cope. Each episode is just long enough for you to take time out to listen to it whenever you want and wherever you are, without disturbing your routine. After the short introduction you can then just close your eyes, relax, and have a mini-break from the stress around you. Ursula James has been a clinical and m ...
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At the onset of the Covid- 19 pandemic in South Africa when President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a state of disaster in March 2020, Voice of Wits launched an hour- long daily talk show, The Covid Report. This show focuses on the impact the virus has on various sectors of society. Some of the topics covered include; stories of recovery, how people living in informal settlements are dealing with the pandemic, the impact of the virus on schooling- focusing on home schooling. The LIVE show airs 6 ...
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Decision Point

HORNE Healthcare

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Decision Point: Age into New Norms takes to heart that long-term care is a community anchor. Hosted by HORNE Healthcare Consultant Barry Plunkett, this series emphasizes resilience in long-term care and fosters the adoption of change by discussing trends that can transform, empower and rid the long-term care community of the neglect it’s been given. Until now.
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Join me as we have difficult and often times uncomfortable conversations about autism. We are going places that many don’t ever go. These are important conversations to be had. Parents and caregivers shouldn’t feel isolated at home with no support. It’s my greatest hope to also help provide tools to find light in this difficult journey. Together we can do it.
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The Future of Finance is Here

Australian Finance Industry Association

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Join AFIA CEO, Diane Tate, as she speaks with leaders from across the finance industry. They discuss key issues, reflect on the COVID-19 crisis in the context of past experiences and future possibilities, and consider the important role the finance industry will play in Australia’s economic recovery and beyond.
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An entire podcast dedicated to Breathwork, Breathing, and The Power of Your Breath. Join Mike Maher as he talks to the worlds leading experts, scientists, yoga instructors, and explorers of this thing we call The Breath.
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This is Workers Comp Matters, hosted by Attorney Alan s. Pierce. the only Legal Talk Network program that focuses entirely on the people and the law in workers compensation cases. Nationally recognized Trial Attorney, expert and author, Alan S. Pierce is a leader committed to making a difference when workers comp matters.
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UCL’s new podcast, ‘Coronavirus: The Whole Story’ with host Vivienne Parry, will look at coronavirus through a different lens each week, from what happens in intensive care to economic impacts and recovery. For more info and transcripts, visit www.ucl.ac.uk/ucl-minds/podcasts/coronavirus
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It Gets Better

Sunrise Detox Centers

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It Gets Better is offering unfiltered, first-hand accounts of addiction, recovery and long-term sobriety. Our podcast promises to deliver powerful stories of human triumph, without disguising the struggle that it took to get there. There is HOPE! Help is available 24/7 with our partner Sunrise Detox. Call our Recovery Hotline (855) 900-0080.
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The COVID-19 global health and economic crisis has highlighted the need for leadership and capital to be urgently targeted towards the vulnerabilities in the global economy. Through conversations with academics and asset owners, the Fiduciary Investors Podcast Series is a forward looking examination of the changing dynamics in the global economy, what a sustainable recovery looks like and how investors are positioning their portfolios. The much-loved events, the Fiduciary Investors Symposium ...
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RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine is a top podcast featuring interviews with faculty and staff of RUSK Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center. These podcasts are being offered by RUSK, one of the top rehabilitation centers in the world. Your host for these interviews is Dr. Tom Elwood. He will take you behind the scenes to look at what is transpiring in the exciting world of rehabilitation research and clinical services through the eyes of those involved in making dynamic breakt ...
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Raise the Line

Michael Carrese, Shiv Gaglani

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Join hosts Shiv Gaglani, Hillary Acer and Michael Carrese for an ongoing exploration of how to improve health and healthcare with prominent figures and pioneers in healthcare innovation such as Chelsea Clinton, Mark Cuban, Dr. Ashish Jha, Dr. Eric Topol, Dr. Vivian Lee and Sal Khan as well as senior leaders at organizations such as the CDC, National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins University, WHO, Harvard University, NYU Langone and many others.
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Deb Malkin, certified life coach, bodyworker and Pain Recovery Coach shares tips for rewiring persistent pain and emotional overwhelm. After experiencing her own overnight transformation of her chronic knee pain while 50, fat and with an x-ray showing degenerative osteoarthritis, she realized that pain wasn't only what her bodywork education or doctors were teaching. Using tools inspired by the work of Dr. Sarno, physician and author of Healing Back Pain and Mindbody Prescription she has add ...
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American Journal of Psychiatry Audio

American Journal of Psychiatry

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Each episode of AJP Audio brings you an in-depth look at one of the articles featured in that month’s issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry, the official journal of the American Psychiatric Association. Wide-ranging interviews with article authors cover the background, rationale, main findings, and future implications of the research. This podcast is subject to the Terms of Use at ww.psychiatry.org. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the individual speakers o ...
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A medical doctor, wellness expert, and economist with 120 years of combined experience help you understand medical, health, and wellness trends and their impact on personal finance and business. Medical, health, and wellness issues in all their forms will be explored: physical, mental, and spiritual and ways you can improve your health and live a better life. These recordings will cast a wide net and give a variety of perspectives with leading health and business experts on topics reflecting ...
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Welcome to Science News Daily, brought to you by Brief! Our AI selects the latest stories and top headlines and then delivers them to you each day in less than ten minutes (for more details, visit www.brief.news/how-it-works). Tune in to get your daily news on fascinating topics, including physics, biology, chemistry, astronomy, and more. Whether you're a science enthusiast, researcher, or simply curious about the wonders of the natural world, this podcast is your ultimate source for all thi ...
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NAD NewsPoints ON THE AIR is a podcast that features topical, informative conversations about the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, its 1.2 million members, educational and health care institutions, and ministries, and how they impact their communities.
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Join our hosts as they explore various genres in medical literature either for intellectual sustenance or for joy and entertainment. The ReachMD Book Club will introduce authors and topics to enliven and transform your reading experience. This series features a diverse array of medically-centered genres such as biographies and autobiographies, historicals, and contemporary fiction/non-fiction.
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Compeat Performance

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Join us as we chat with true leaders, game changers and science seekers in all things performance. We aim to empower and educate to bring performance, not only in sport but also in everyday life. Our guests share incredible translations of the latest science, inspiring personal stories, and achievable calls to action, all with the goal of empowering the change that you want to be!
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Episode 138 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Jules Rogers, who shares how she recovered from Long Covid. We chat through the things that helped - some of which made a little difference, some a lot. As with all recovery stories - this is one person's experience. We wouldn't recommend trying to replicate it, as no two people are the same. But…
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It’s finally time to share some of my health struggles during the last 6 years. It seems like a good opportunity to speak about how resilient ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, POTS, MCS PVFS (or long-covid) recoveries can be – after all, when we recover we often can’t help but ask ….”will it last?” SHOWNOTES: https://cfsunravelled.com/episode20…
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(0:10): Scientists Find Rotten Egg Smell on Distant Exoplanet, Uncover Clues to Alien Life (2:15): New Studies Reveal Persistent Long-COVID Symptoms and Path to Recovery (4:28): Mounjaro Outperforms Ozempic in Weight Loss: New Study Reveals Superior Results (6:51): Super Resilient Moss Identified as Key to Sustaining Future Mars Colonies (8:36): St…
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Having a child with a complex illness can be especially challenging for parents because of differing opinions among providers about causes, symptoms and treatments for disorders such as long COVID and chronic Lyme. “A common theme I would hear from parents is that they really had to push their providers to consider Lyme. Sometimes they even had to …
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Dr. Julie Silver is an associate professor and associate chairperson in the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School PART 1 Her presentation is a data-driven lecture for individuals who believe in science. A big theme in her work is to focus on tipping points that will drive change faster. An important large stud…
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A new resolution echoes what 16 members of Congress have already said to the White House: It must do more to free one of the most storied crypto-focused federal agents in history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy SpokenLayer
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❤️ Do You Love Breathing? Register here for our weekly breathwork newsletter 💌 'Breathwork in a Blink' - It's 5 minutes of breathwork goodies every Friday: https://www.takeadeepbreath.co.uk/breathworkinablink3 Dentist and airway health expert Dr. Shereen Lim uncovers how hidden breathing issues could be sabotaging your health and sleep quality. Dis…
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Professor Danny Altmann is a Professor of Immunology at Imperial College London in the UK. In this interview, Professor Altmann will describe the functional changes in the body that occur with Long COVID. 1. Altmann DM, Whettlock EM, Liu S, Arachchillage DJ, Boyton RJ. The immunology of long COVID. Nature Reviews Immunology. 2023 Oct;23(10):618-34.…
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This episode will help you let go of the negative and strengthen your emotional boundaries. Find a comfortable place to listen where you won't be disturbed. Use headphones if possible. IMPORTANT: Please do not listen to this audio when doing anything else – especially not driving. If you find these sessions beneficial please leave a rate and review…
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(0:10): First Florida Plant Goes Extinct Due to Climate Change: Key Largo Cactus Wiped Out by Rising Seas (2:11): New Study Unveils Why Migraines Are One-Sided, Paving Way for Targeted Treatments (3:55): Revolutionary Bioelectric Device Detects and Classifies New Virus Variants Rapidly (5:40): Caltech Astronomers Discover Universe's Largest Water R…
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“Helping patients with complex illnesses is a lot like rock climbing. You're looking for toe holds and finger grips that you can use to get from where you are to where this patient wants to be,” says Dr. Leo Galland, an internist and author who specializes in undiagnosed or difficult to treat illnesses. His fellow guest on this episode of Raise the…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Woeller interviews Elena Naginsky, nutrition consultant, about Rigvir therapy which is a unique cancer intervention called virotherapy. They also discuss the use of Rife Technology, Bio-Resonance, and nutrition. Bio: For the past 20 years, I have been managing my health challenges through alternative health methods. The…
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(0:10): Earth's Inner Core Reverses Rotation: 70-Year Cycle Discovered (1:39): EPFL Unveils Revolutionary 2D Quantum Cooling System Using Graphene and Indium Selenide (3:00): Denisovans Thrived on Tibetan Plateau; Chang'e-6 Lunar Samples and Ancient Cave Art Unearthed (5:12): New Hybrid Compounds Show Superior Cancer-Fighting Power, Outperform Trad…
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For Jackie, summer brings sunny melancholy and big birthday feelings. This year is particularly rough as she acclimates to a changing friend group. Denise finds the birthday season ideal for auditing how aligned her intentions are with her reality, acknowledging, however, that she often has unrealistic expectations for herself. A forever pro to att…
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❤️ Do You Love Breathing? Register here for our weekly breathwork newsletter 💌 'Breathwork in a Blink' - It's 5 minutes of breathwork goodies every Friday: https://www.takeadeepbreath.co.uk/breathworkinablink3 Today's guest is On a mission to make BREATHWORK 'Normal' David (JACKO) Jackson is an ex-professional Rugby player, athlete, and Master Oxyg…
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Professor Danny Altmann is a professor of Immunology at Imperial College London in the UK. In this interview, Professor Altmann defines Long COVID. Research Articles: 1. Altmann DM, Whettlock EM, Liu S, Arachchillage DJ, Boyton RJ. The immunology of long COVID. Nature Reviews Immunology. 2023 Oct;23(10):618-34. 2. Elneima O, McAuley HJ, Leavy OC, C…
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(0:10): World's Oldest Narrative Art Found in Indonesia: 51,200-Year-Old Cave Paintings Reveal Early Human Storytelling (1:46): Controversial Plan to Shoot 450,000 Barred Owls to Save Endangered Spotted Owls Sparks Ethical Debate (3:20): Denisovans Thrived at High Altitudes: New Study Unveils Ancient Human Survival on Tibetan Plateau (5:24): World'…
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Episode 137 of the Long Covid Podcast welcomes back Lorrie Rivers to chat about EFT tapping, a technique that she's personally had good results with and now uses with her clients. EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique and can be a great way of gently helping us out emotionally, which can be difficult with health challenges such as Long Covid. …
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(0:10): FDA Greenlights Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's Drug: Slows Cognitive Decline by 39% (2:32): Breakthrough: Robots with Lab-Grown Brains and Human Skin Push AI Boundaries (4:12): Moderna Secures $176M to Tackle H5N1 Bird Flu with New Vaccine Amid Criticism and Rising Stock (5:52): Florida Carpenter Ants Perform Life-Saving Amputations on Injured Nes…
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One key theme in this episode of Raise the Line is that attention to details matters for both patients with post-acute infection syndromes and the clinicians helping them as they grapple with often debilitating symptoms caused by dysautonomia, cardiac complications and other disorders. For patients, it’s about paying close attention to their bodies…
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Nicole Lund is a registered dietitian at NYU Langone’s Sports Performance Center. A certified health and well-being coach and certified personal trainer, as a former dancer her love of movement led her into a career as a step aerobics instructor and personal trainer. Through her work, she recognized a need for a discussion about food and its impact…
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(0:10): Cambridge Study Unveils 1,000+ Genetic Variants Influencing Early Puberty in Girls (1:53): 12,000-Year-Old Healing Ritual Unearthed in Australia: Ancient Artifacts Reveal GunaiKurnai Cultural Practices (3:33): Study Uncovers Gender Bias in Coach Selections on The Voice Across Multiple Countries (5:29): USC Researchers Revolutionize Drone Te…
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(0:10): CERN Physicists Achieve Quantum Entanglement in Top Quarks, Paving Way for Quantum Computing Breakthroughs (1:55): Desert Moss Shows Promise for Mars Colonization in Groundbreaking Study (3:30): Breakthrough Male Contraceptive Gel Shows 86% Effectiveness, Enters Phase Two Trials (5:24): New AI Method RAIN Accurately Identifies Potent HIV-1 …
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Dr. Lina Jonsson (Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg, Sweden) joins AJP Audio to discuss the association of occupational dysfunction and hospital admissions with polygenic profiles in patients with bipolar disorder. Afterwards, AJP Editor-in-Chief Dr. Ned Kalin discusses the rest of the July issue of AJP. 00:45 Jonsson interview 04:35 …
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❤️ Do You Love Breathing? Register here for our weekly breathwork newsletter 💌 'Breathwork in a Blink' - It's 5 minutes of breathwork goodies every Friday: https://www.takeadeepbreath.co.uk/breathworkinablink3 Today's guest, Dr. Rosalba Courtney (DO, PhD), is an osteopath, researcher, author, and teacher with a PhD focused on dysfunctional breathin…
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Summary Nicole Peters, a licensed clinical mental health counselor and long COVID patient, shares her story and discusses the impact of long COVID on mental health. She also introduces her therapeutic program called iMotion, which uses eye movement desensitization and reprocessing to help the brain release negative thoughts and emotions while insti…
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(0:10): RESURS-P1 Satellite Shatters, ISS Astronauts Take Shelter Amid Growing Space Debris Concerns (2:13): Extinction of Woolly Mammoths on Wrangel Island Linked to Random Event, Not Inbreeding, Study Reveals (3:53): Ancient Egyptian Scribes Faced Severe Joint Strain from Writing Techniques, Study Reveals (5:49): Stunning 'Pompeii' Trilobite Foss…
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Guest Claire C. Muselman’s recent publication in WorkersCompensation.com encourages adjusters to take a new look at Workers’ Compensation’s goals. Maybe we should be less skeptical of workers and show empathy. In other words: Be Nice. We all have biases. Sometimes they get in the way and keep us from caring. From social media to traditional learnin…
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We continue our Year of the Zebra focus on rare diseases today by exploring the ability of AI technology to aid in the diagnosis of rare and other conditions by analyzing the voice and speech of the patient. This approach is promising enough that the National Institutes of Health has invested in research projects to test its effectiveness, and the …
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Episode 136 of the Long Covid Podcast is a continuation of my chat with the fabulous Dr Meg Anderson about movement in Long Covid. In this episode, we talk more about what that movement might actually look like and how to tailor that. The previous episode, where we talk about "getting ready" for movement is definitely worth a listen HERE Links: Meg…
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Exercise is good for you, except in very specific cases when it isn’t. One of the few examples, post-exertional malaise (PEM), is the subject of today’s Raise the Line episode in our series on post-acute infection syndromes produced in collaboration with the Cohen Center for Recovery from Complex Chronic Illnesses at Mt. Sinai. “The key to understa…
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