Best Macula podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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Invite Health
Weekly
 
Full episodes of the Invite Health show on WOR 710
 
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Wellbeing
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Podcasts from the American Academy of Ophthalmology - The Eye M.D. Association
 
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Enabled
Weekly
 
Enabled is a weekly program designed to help you be confident in saying “I can!” The program takes a deep look into services, products and issues affecting people with vision loss. Topics are broad in scope, covering such things as adaptive technology; preferred language; election rights; audio description; vision loss & art history; visual hallucinations; the latest information & research on eye disease and even daily living products that can make your life easier.
 
Type is speech on paper, Typeradio is speech on type. Typeradio, the radio channel on type and design.
 
Type is speech on paper, Typeradio is speech on type. Typeradio, the radio channel on type and design.
 
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ArtemDARK
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Artem DARK – ди-джей, музыкант, дизайнер, строитель клубов из России. Создатель и владелец ателье эксклюзивной акустики Macula. Создатель производственного агентства Artvisions Участник и технический руководитель проекта "СВОЯ АТМОСФЕРА". Дальше БЛАБЛАБЛА текст, имеющий художественную ценность и артистиченое реноме. Но как-то заебал официоз, хочется быть к людям ближе.
 
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If you are living with low vision, you certainly know how difficult it can be to remain active and independent. This program will give you ideas for how you can live WELL with low vision.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
In this program, you will hear news stories and human interest stories from the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Topics will include retina scans, dry eye, glaucoma surgery and cornea transplants.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
Good things in small packages - that's what you'll hear in this program. Topics will include home improvements, blue light eye damage, vision and dementia and other selections chosen to keep you well-informed.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
After graduating in multi-media design at the university of art and design Halle, Germany, and doing a type design master in Zurich and one at Type&Media, The Hague, Nina worked as designer, typographer and coder. She finally landed a job as senior typeface designer at Frere-Jones Type. Since 2016 she also teaches type design at Yale School of ...…
 
After graduating in multi-media design at the university of art and design Halle, Germany, and doing a type design master in Zurich and one at Type&Media, The Hague, Nina worked as designer, typographer and coder. She finally landed a job as senior typeface designer at Frere-Jones Type. Since 2016 she also teaches type design at Yale School of ...…
 
There always seems to be something you can do to make life a little easier. In this program, you'll hear ideas for grocery shopping online, prescriptions by mail, managing your time and even changing things in your home.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
With information gathered from recent news publications, in this program you'll hear of new hope for aging eyes, how prostate meds can affect cataract surgery and you'll also hear from a celebrity about contact lens danger.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
Turning stem cells into healthy retinal cells certainly does sound magical. In this program, you'll hear about research where this is being done and vision is being restored for people who have degenerative retinal diseases.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
If you have low vision, you may realize that you could use some help. Maybe a low vision magnifier could help, but where do you begin. This program will help you sort out the facts.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
While on a trip to Iceland, I had the opportunity to hold a real fish eye lens in my hand. I had to wonder if it could reveal any secrets about the human eye. I found out, and in this program I'll share with you how fish eyes are being used to regenerate human retinas. You'll also hear about how other parts of a fish can be used to benefit humans.…
 
You are what you eat, they say. This program will explain how turmeric, or actually curcumin, and another food item called goji berries, can be of help to you if you have vision problems.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
Naturopath, Peter Mullen, discusses anxiety, what triggers it, and how to manage it from a whole person perspective.
 
Art is not out of the picture if you have a visual impairment. This program will explore ways of creating art and appreciating art with special tips for people who are blind or visually impaired.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
Associate Professor Jane Muir discusses FODMAPs, new diet therapies to treat and control diet-related gastrointestinal dysfunction.
 
A blind chef? A blind ballerina? Can this be true? Indeed, and in this program,you'll hear about these two inspiring people. You will also hear some useful tips about cooking or dancing if you are blind or visually impaired.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
Associate Professor Simon Keely discusses the cellular processes of digestive disease and infection.
 
There is a splash of color for you today…..red, pink and black and it’s all about the eyes. You’ll hear about different kinds of bleeding in the eye, the many forms of pink eye and what you can do to speed the healing of a black eye.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
Professor Peter Ghosh and his colleagues have discovered a new drug that shows great promise in treating osteoarthritis.
 
Politicians and journalists, now that certainly is an ‘odd couple’ considering our current situation. In this program I have discovered common ground and that is blindness. You will hear about a blind journalist and her interview with a blind politician. You’ll also hear about a man who is the North American political correspondent for the BBC.…
 
How about paddling a Dragon Boat? Why not give Kabaddi a try? This program will give you an idea of how these and other sports from around the world have been specially adapted for people who are blind or visually impaired. Get ready to challenge yourself.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
Lucinda Barry is the CEO of the Organ and Tissue Authority and is an enthusiastic advocate for organ and tissue donation.
 
In today's program, you’ll hear about The Vision and Art Project, sponsored by the American Macular Degeneration Foundation. You will hear about several of the artists, all of whom had macular degeneration and found a way so they could continue making art.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
This week’s program will bring you information about a rare form of eye cancer called Ocular Melanoma. I’ll have an inspirational story first and this will be followed by lots of information about this disease.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
Jeff Devey is a sign painter, letterer, pinstriper and hot rod builder fromTwin Falls, Idaho, USA. Jeff basically lives the coolest dream ever, as he started out mainly specialising in race car lettering and striping. In this interview he talks about how he started at car shows and developed a professional career as a signpainter. Recorded at t ...…
 
Jeff Devey is a sign painter, letterer, pinstriper and hot rod builder fromTwin Falls, Idaho, USA. Jeff basically lives the coolest dream ever, as he started out mainly specialising in race car lettering and striping. In this interview he talks about how he started at car shows and developed a professional career as a signpainter. Recorded at t ...…
 
Have you ever seen something, and then realized it’s not actually there? You might have seen people, animals or intricate patterns. These troublesome images might be visual hallucinations possibly caused by your serious eyesight problems. This program is a personal story about visual hallucinations, also called the Charles Bonnet Syndrome.…
 
Lasik is a very popular form of laser surgery used to correct vision. In this program, an article from the New York Times will explain the risks and the long term side effects of the procedure.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
Mike Meyer has been sign painting his entire life. and an active member of the Letterheads movement. Since 2013 he has been workshops all around, and he appears in the film Sign Painters. In this interview, Mike Meyers talked to us, in a very reflective way, full of personal anecdotes, about his practice. And his trespass of knowledge through t ...…
 
Mike Meyer has been sign painting his entire life. and an active member of the Letterheads movement. Since 2013 he has been workshops all around, and he appears in the film Sign Painters. In this interview, Mike Meyers talked to us, in a very reflective way, full of personal anecdotes, about his practice. And his trespass of knowledge through t ...…
 
Vision Health is the overall topic for this program with a major emphasis on Glaucoma. You will hear about glaucoma screening, the genetic connection, selective laser surgery, minimally invasive surgery and even about a superbowl MVP.By mrich@wxxi.org (Maureen Rich).
 
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