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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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A podcast dedicated to Long Covid. Noreen Jameel and Emily Kate Stephens talk to fellow sufferers, doctors and experts searching for answers about this new, debilitating post-viral condition. So if you are one of the millions suffering from, or interested in, this new condition - tune in to our weekly podcast.
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Long COVID Physio

Long COVID Physio

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Long COVID Physio is an international peer support, education and advocacy, patient-led association of Physiotherapists living with Long COVID and allies. We work internationally across advocacy, policy, guideline development and research. Our education outputs are for anybody living with Long COVID and people wanting to learn more.
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In March 2020, the World Health Organization officially declared the SARS-COV-2 infection outbreak a global pandemic, spurring one of the greatest public health crises and education efforts in recent history. And while there have been several victories in the battle against this global pandemic, such as the widespread adoption of telehealth and the development of COVID-19 vaccines, many questions still remain. That’s why our COVID-19: On the Frontlines series features infectious disease phys ...
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The Sofia Unfiltered Podcast, created by Sofia Health, is the go-to podcast for transformative wellness conversations. In each episode, Riley brings you powerful conversations with thought leaders who offer insight and unfiltered perspectives to expand your mindset. Each week they will leave you with actionable steps to achieve real results, bringing you back to a state of empowerment that leaves you feeling your best. New episodes on Mondays. Please rate and review the podcast if you enjoy it.
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Welcome to "Win Over Depression," your go-to podcast for mental health empowerment, hosted by the insightful Tamera Trotter. Dive into our weekly episodes dropping every Friday, where we explore crucial mental health topics, share personal stories, and promote a positive impact on your overall well-being. Each episode equips listeners with valuable tools and strategies to navigate the complexities of mental health. Tamera's warm and empathetic approach creates a supportive community, fosteri ...
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The ATP project takes a look under the skirt of the Science, media and hype and real breakthroughs surrounding the Health industry. Like Watson & Holmes, Steve and Nic search for the truth and provide it in a fun and irreverent way. It may shock you, excite you or even make you mad - but The ATP Project will entertain you. All show notes and podcast transcriptions can be found by heading to the website www.ATPScience.com
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BrainStim

Dr. Richard Aplin

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BrainStim takes the approach of team based wellness to another level. Dr. Richard Aplin, a neurological health expert, guides listeners by giving powerful health and wellness tips to help you live naturally without drugs and surgeries.
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A weekly update on new research and developments concerning COVID-19 (and occasionally other infectious diseases that hit the news). We take questions via call-in during the live broadcast, Mondays at 7:33am Pacific, streaming via kpfa.org. Podcasts with show notes go up later the same day. Between live shows, we take questions via email at upfront@kpfa.org . Our guest most weeks is Dr. John Swartzberg, clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Heal ...
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The Chronically Courageous, where chronic illness warriors come to feel empowered and uplifted. Listen each week to be inspired by others who have found happiness and peace, despite the physical and emotional tolls of chronic illness. Together, we navigate this complex journey and move forward with courage, passion, and purpose! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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All Things Menopausal

Mary Lee, Licensed Menopause Champion

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Confused about menopause? Get clarity from a menopause doula. Join me weekly as I engage in authentic dialogue with reputable experts in women's health and wellness. Explore the science of hormones, the intricacies of physical and cognitive changes in perimenopause, and the spiritual and emotional dimensions of aging. With over 24 years of experience in science communications, I demystify technical jargon, transforming it into empowering takeaways. We unpack brain function, gut health, vagin ...
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Made Visible is a podcast that gives a voice to people with invisible illnesses. This podcast aims to change the conversation around invisible illnesses, helping those who experience them —whether as patients, caregivers, or friends or family members — feel more seen and heard.
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Psychedelics Today is the planetary leader in psychedelic education, media, and advocacy. Covering up-to-the-minute developments and diving deep into crucial topics bridging the scientific, academic, philosophical, societal, and cultural, Psychedelics Today is leading the discussion in this rapidly evolving ecosystem.
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Merging modern science with ancient wisdom, this podcast is your go-to resource for natural mental health and wellness strategies to become the expert of your own emotional and physical wellbeing. With Dr. Nicole Cain’s expertise in clinical psychology and natural mental health, and cohost, Hadlee Garrison, MPH of Happy Healthy Hadlee’s, zone of genius in Ayurveda and building healthy habits, they offer a unique take on mental health with every episode. The heart of this podcast is to teach ...
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Natural health tips by Review Swami will make your life easy.Use natural herbs, spices,fruits and everyday item to manage diabetes, blood pressure, obesity, digestive issue and heart health.
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The Hot Topics podcast from NB Medical brings you the latest in general practice current affairs, reviews the latest research relevant to primary care, explores interesting and important topics in-depth, and looks at cutting edge medicine.
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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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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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In this episode of Vital Psychedelic Conversations, David interviews Sara Reed: Vital instructor, lecturer, and lead psychedelic research therapist at Imperial College London; and Alex H. Robinson: Vital student, integration coach and psilocybin facilitator for Heroic Hearts Project, and distinguished Army SOF combat Veteran with a decade of active…
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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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In this episode, Joe and REMAP Therapeutics Founder, Court Wing, host Lynn Watkins: medically retired USAF JAG & Ops Resource Mgmt Specialist; and C.J. Spotswood, PMHNP: principle psychiatric clinician at REMAP Therapeutics, and author of The Microdosing Guidebook: A Step-by-Step Manual to Improve Your Physical and Mental Health through Psychedelic…
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Ever wondered what happens when your cells feel threatened? Spoiler alert: they don’t hide under the bed. Instead, they trigger CDR! Nic and Steve explain what CDR is and what sets it off, like the biological equivalent of setting off your car alarm because a leaf fell on it. They’ll also unravel the dramatic saga of mitochondria during CDR stages,…
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Send us a Text Message. Feeling overwhelmed by life's challenges? Discover practical strategies to enhance your mental health and well-being in today's episode of "Win Over Depression." Join me, Tamara Trotter, as I share my personal journey from daily struggles with depression to achieving clearer, more joyful days. We discuss the importance of es…
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Did you know there are secrets to embrace midlife with curiosity, compassion, and courage In this episode of All Things Menopausal, Mary sits down with Tanya Willis, a fellow podcaster and experienced health, fitness, and wellness coach. Tanya shares her journey of overcoming sugar addiction and explores the vital roles of movement, mindset, nutrit…
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Discussed in this episode: There appears to be a summer surge in COVID activity: test positivity, emergency department visits, and hospitalizations are all trending up. New research seems to confirm one mechanism behind Long Covid symptoms is auto-immunity: in response to infection, the body starts producing antibodies that go on to attack parts of…
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In this episode of Sofia Unfiltered, Riley chats with Dr. Brandon Bright about applied kinesiology and its role in diagnosing health issues. Dr. Bright discusses using neuro-emotional techniques, acupuncture with microcurrents, and functional medicine to address physical, emotional, and nutritional imbalances, emphasizing the link between dental he…
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In this episode of Vital Psychedelic Conversations, David interviews Casey Paleos, MD: Vital instructor, researcher, psychiatrist with a private practice offering ketamine infusion therapy and KAP, and co-founder of Nautilus Sanctuary, a non-profit psychedelic research, education, and advocacy organization. Paleos talks about how stress creates tra…
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Welcome to a new episode of the Hot Topics Podcast from NB Medical with Dr Neal Tucker. Today is election results day but we're not talking about politics, we're focusing on the research. We look at a paper in the latest BJGP which looks at which factors influence a patient's decision to discontinue anti-depressants, explore a paper in the Lancet o…
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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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Guest-hosted by Ariel Boone, in for Brian Edwards-Tiekert. To send us a question in advance of next week’s show, write to: coronacalls@kpfa.org . Tune in live Monday mornings at 7:30am Pacific at kpfa.org Podcast music credit: Now Son by Podington Bear, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License. The post Corona Calls for …
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In this episode, Kyle interviews Peter A. Levine, Ph.D.: developer of Somatic Experiencing®, educator, and author of several best-selling books on trauma. His most recent book, An Autobiography of Trauma: A Healing Journey, is exactly that: a change from more scholarly writing into an extremely vulnerable telling of his early childhood trauma and h…
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THE BEST OF THE ANXIETY SYMPTOMS PODCAST SERIES For this episode, we are putting the best clips from the 5 part series we did diving into the 9 types of anxiety. Enjoy! The full episodes can be found at the following episode numbers: 84. Part 1 - Gut and Chest Anxiety 85. Part 2 - Depression and Anger Anxiety 86. Part 3 - Trauma Anxiety 87. Part 4 …
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Meditation Health Benefits Explained Join Nic and Steve as they discuss the health benefits of meditation. Learn about stress management, the overall health benefits of meditation, and how it can even change your brain structure! They give practical tips on meditating, and how to start if you have never meditated before, plus, they’ll dish out tips…
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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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Have you ever wondered how you can balance your career and menopause? In this episode of All Things Menopausal, Mary chats with Rani MacInnes, a seasoned midlife coach and mentor, empowering women to reclaim their careers, embrace their strengths, and redefine their purpose. Rani is a powerhouse of reinvention and a champion for midlife women. With…
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As a board-certified ophthalmologist and lifestyle medicine specialist, Dr. Shani shares her personal experience with burnout. Tune in to gain valuable insights into lifestyle medicine, mindfulness integration, and practical steps for achieving long-term health and wellness. In this episode we chat about: Understanding Signs of Burnout (01:16) The …
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Send us a Text Message. Can you imagine a life where joy and resilience become your guiding forces, even in the face of depression? Join me, Tamera Trotter, on "Win Over Depression," as we embark on a journey to reclaim mental wellness and happiness. This episode is a beacon of hope, filled with practical strategies, heartwarming stories, and exper…
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In this episode of Vital Psychedelic Conversations, Johanna interviews Erika Dyck: author, professor, historian, Vital instructor, and research chair in the History of Health & Social Justice at the University of Saskatchewan. Dyck talks about the book she co-edited: Women and Psychedelics: Uncovering Invisible Voices, which was released in March a…
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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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Guest-hosted by Ariel Boone, in for Brian Edwards-Tiekert. To send us a question in advance of next week’s show, write to: coronacalls@kpfa.org . Tune in live Monday mornings at 7:30am Pacific at kpfa.org Podcast music credit: Now Son by Podington Bear, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License. The post Corona Calls for …
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Guest-hosted by Ariel Boone, in for Brian Edwards-Tiekert. To send us a question in advance of next week’s show, write to: coronacalls@kpfa.org . Tune in live Monday mornings at 7:30am Pacific at kpfa.org Podcast music credit: Now Son by Podington Bear, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License. The post Corona Calls for …
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In this episode, Joe interviews Lia Mix, LMFT, CPTR: founder and CEO of Delphi, a consulting firm dedicated to the healthy growth of the psychedelic movement. After many years of working in community mental health and 15 years in the commercial health insurance industry (where she helped to establish coverage for autism), Mix was one of the first g…
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Exploring the intersection of COVID-19 and estrogen as a protective mechanism to fend of infectious viruses In this epic mini I share my personal battle with COVID-19 and the potential benefits and impacts of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) or Menopause Hormone Therapy (MHT) for menopausal women in managing COVID-19 symptoms. This episode highlig…
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In this episode of The ATP Project, hosts Nic and Steve tackle the pressing issue of men’s mental health. They explore alarming statistics on men’s health and causes of premature death, dissect various theories on why men are at higher risk, and discuss the impact of societal expectations and masculinity on mental well-being. The conversation delve…
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Discover Dr. Zarya Rubin's personal battles that led her to uncover the deep connections between trauma, chronic illness, and burnout in high-achieving women. Tune in to learn more about her unique approach to wellness that integrates neurology, health coaching, and holistic practices. In this episode we chat about: From Medical Traumas to Holistic…
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When people head to the doctor, why are they usually going? To fix a cause or remedy a symptom? So often in our modern world, we've confused the two - thinking if we fix a symptom, we've fixed the problem. But far too often today's western medicine offers masking of symptoms as "health" instead of identifying and correcting root causes. We are disc…
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Send us a Text Message. Maximizing one's potential in the realm of mental health wellness involves a holistic approach that encompasses various aspects of well-being. Firstly, self-awareness plays a pivotal role, as individuals must recognize their strengths, weaknesses, and triggers that impact their mental health. Through introspection and reflec…
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In this episode of Vital Psychedelic Conversations, David interviews Kaitlin Roberson: Vital graduate and co-founder and CEO of Cacti Therapeutics, a psychedelic biotech company developing novel therapies for chronic pain; and Dr. Michele Cox, DO: current Vital student, veteran, physician, and co-founder of LifeBloom, a brand new company focusing o…
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Episode 135 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the fabulous Dr Meg Anderson about movement in Long Covid. This is part one of our chat where we talk about getting ready for movement, how to know you might be ready and kind of setting the scene. Watch out for part 2 next week, where we talk more about what that movement might actually look lik…
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In this episode, Joe interviews Dr. Amanda Holley: pharmacologist and regulatory consultant in nonclinical drug development, and previously a nonclinical pharmacology/toxicology reviewer at the FDA. With Lykos Therapeutics working towards FDA approval of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD, ICER (Institute for Clinical and Economic Review) recentl…
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This episode is about fun and effective ways to beat procrastination! We share tips like setting deadlines, embracing a growth mindset, and practicing flexible habits. Plus, the unique idea of tailoring habits and routines to one's dosha! Here's more of what we talk about: The link between procrastination and perfectionism Why we procrastinate How …
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In today's episode. Nic and Steve discuss "The Naturopath's Ultimate Guide to Fasting." From ancient origins to modern-day benefits, they'll break down what really happens when you skip those snacks, tackle circadian rhythms, and spill the beans on anti-aging, AMPK activation, and IGF-1. Ever wondered if fasting could help with fat loss, PCOS, or e…
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​​Have you ever wondered about how menopause impacts mental health? In this episode of All Things Menopausal, Mary chats with Audrianna Joy Gurr, a seasoned therapist, about the mental health challenges and opportunities during menopause. Audrianna brings nearly two decades of experience as a licensed professional counselor, with a specialty in tel…
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Discover Dr. Jenelle Kim's insights on clean beauty, the significance of transparent labeling, and how her white labeling options empower small businesses to offer high-quality, natural wellness products. In this episode we chat about: Dr. Jenelle Kim's Approach to Holistic Wellness (00:43) The Real Science Behind Herbal Medicine (07:45) How Has th…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever wondered how inspiration and desperation can be powerful motivators for change? In this episode of "Win Over Depression," hosted by Tamera Trotter, we confront the silent struggle of mental illness and the stigma that often surrounds it. We shed light on the alarming statistics of suicide, especially highlighting how th…
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