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This podcast is all about getting sport science research out into the public domain. We cover what we do and don't know regarding all topics related to endurance running performance and, more importantly, how can we use this information to make ourselves healthier and faster runners! Your host is Dan Nash, PhD researcher at Cardiff Metropolitan University and exercise physiologist for Welsh Athletics and Welsh Triathlon. Dan is also an accomplished runner in his own right, with a marathon be ...
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Dr. Mike T Nelson gets geeky with the latest research and scientific findings in the fitness world. Visit www.flexdiet.com to get Flex Diet Certified and www.miketnelson.com for more geeky goodness.
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Fast Talk

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The Fast Talk podcast offers the best guides to cycling performance and endurance sports training from world-class experts. Cohosted by cycling coaches and sport scientists Trevor Connor and Rob Pickels, Fast Talk episodes feature fascinating conversations with world-class experts discussing the endurance sports topics they know best: the best ways to train, effective workouts, questions on polarized and interval training, sports nutrition, physiology and recovery, and sport psychology. Fast ...
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Dr. John Bergman D.C.

Dr. John Bergman D.C.

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Join Dr. John Bergman D.C. in his mission to educate, inspire and empower people to heal their bodies and free their minds. As you learn more about how your body was designed to heal itself and how you were made to thrive here on this planet, you will be reminded of the power you hold within you to be the change you wish to see!
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Physiological Measurements Podcast

Physiological Measurements Ltd

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Physiological Measurements Ltd was set up to provide additional capacity to the acute sector of the NHS. This podcast series is for patients who have been referred to Physiological Measurements Ltd by their GPs. It will help patients understand who PML are and the role they play in delivering NHS services as an NHS partner. You'll hear from the team at head office, a GP and sonographer.
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Welcome to Swift Coaches Academy, a platform dedicated to bringing Health Professionals real, raw and uncensored stories and strategies for their coaching and experience. Each episode, I invite you behind the scenes to learn the truth behind what it takes to succeed in your own career and in business through thought provoking conversations with industry leaders. As an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and the Founder of Swift Coaches and Swift Movement Academy, I’m on a mission to transform t ...
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Join Dr Matt and Dr Mike, University Professors of Anatomy and Physiology, on their journey through the human body! Want to support us? Consider becoming a Dr Matt & Dr Mike Club member for $7 per month! https://plus.acast.com/s/dr-matt-and-dr-mikes-medical-podcast-2. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Explore human anatomy and physiology (A&P) teaching and learning with host Kevin Patton. An experienced professor, textbook author, and mentor, Kevin is a recognized leader in A&P teaching. The A&P Professor updates science content and provides practical teaching advice. Want some ideas to supercharge your A&P course? How about some support from a fellow A&P professor? This is the podcast for you!
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Let's get Physiological

The Physiological Society

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Are you interested in what you could learn from the careers of physiologists? Join our host Eleanor Newton as she puts a physiologist and an expert guest together to talk about career challenges, how to overcome them and what tactics to use to unlock potential and advance a career.
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Reframe and Rewire: Greatness Through Daily Routine

Michelle L Steffes, Author / Speaker / Trainer / Coach

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This Podcast is dedicated to helping you end self sabotage and create a powerful life/career. You will discover irrefutable science-backed evidence that, when applied, will transform your state of mind, ultimately, giving you total control of your life, career and destiny. Through small daily changes in this interactive journey, you will learn new methods of thinking and living that will revolutionize your world and propel you to GREATNESS! YOU WILL LEARN: • The Brain Science Behind Habits • ...
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Join Dr. Matt Barton (Griffith University) and Dr. Mike Todorovic (Bond University), renowned YouTubers, researchers, and passionate medical educators, as they delve into the fascinating world of human anatomy and physiology. In Season 1, they will explore every term from the index of an Anatomy & Physiology textbook, uncovering the origins of each name, its location in the body, its function, and related diseases. Get ready for an educational journey like no other, as Dr. Matt and Dr. Mike ...
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A podcast that discusses all things health. Hosted by Western Sydney based Clinical Exercise Physiologist Ashley offers advice, education and humour to women looking to improve their lifestyle and take control of their health.
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Professor Hallux is getting to grips with physiology! Physiology is the science of life. It’s all about how the body works and moves - and what the different parts do. Join Professor Hallux as takes a look at each part to see what fixes he can make to build a better body!
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Unlock your endurance potential. The Training Babble Podcast takes a deep dive into the strategy and science behind training for off-road cycling and gravel racing. Host Dave Schell brings over 20 years of coaching and racing experience, including as former Director of Education at TrainingPeaks. Each episode features interviews with experts and insiders to inform your training on topics like physiology, nutrition, mental toughness, equipment selection, and race tactics. Expect an informativ ...
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This podcast is about Intensive care pharmacology and physiology. This is created to prepare intensive care trainees for their primary CICM exams. However, it will be of benefit to anyone who works in intensive care and keen to acquire new knowledge or want to refresh their memory.
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**NOT MEDICAL ADVICE** Anatomy and Physiology topics explained in 10-20 min. This podcast can be used as review, lecture prep (at the 200ish level), or recreational learning. Episodes are based on areas of peak confusion, and questions asked by lab students in the 211 lab that I assist in. Cover art is a drawing by your host, Frances Cronin. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lab-rat/support
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Anatomy & Physiology For Students

Anatomy & Physiology For Students

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Weekly Lectures on human anatomy and physiology. Best for undergraduate students entering any medical and or health profession degree program. Sam your host of the Anatomy & Physiology for Students is a 20 year healthcare educator and hospital clinician. He will give informative and entertaining lectures on all things Anatomy & Physiology. You can also visit our site at http://www.medbrainmedia.com
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The Lancet Respiratory Medicine publishes a range of article types in respiratory medicine and critical care. These include Original Research, Reviews, Personal Views, Comments, and News articles. Topics include but are not limited to asthma, COPD, tobacco control, critical care, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, mesothelioma, sleep medicine, and respiratory infections.
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Beyond the Field: CEA Insights

Morgan Moran, Ricardo Hernández, NCSU Controlled Environment Ag Coalition

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This podcast serves as your gateway to the latest breakthroughs and developments within the Controlled Environment Ag Coalition at North Carolina State University. Every episode is a unique journey, spotlighting a diverse range of voices—from dedicated graduate students to leading scientists and esteemed guest speakers—each sharing their invaluable insights and the cutting-edge research shaping the future of agriculture. Stay informed, stay inspired, and stay connected with us as we explore ...
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This is a quick summary of the most important articles we covered this week on the JournalFeed blog. It’s the audio spoon-feed! Help you to read less, learn more, and save lives!
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About Time

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A 5-episode probe of our complex relationship with time – from how we think and talk about it, to how we experience it. Separating scientific truth from social construction to understand what it truly means to live with time.
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The JournalFeed podcast for the week of July 15-19, 2024. These are summaries from just 2 of the 5 articles we cover every week! For access to more, please visit JournalFeed.org for details about becoming a member. Tuesday Spoon Feed: In a cohort of septic children, delays in antibiotic administration 330 minutes or longer from arrival to the emerg…
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In today’s episode of Barbell Shrugged you will learn: Understanding the theory of constraints in your physiology Why doctors use testosterone as a catch all for so many symptoms Why TRT is not the answer to low testosterone in your labs Why alcohol can be detrimental to long term gut health and leaky gut How alcohol affects testosterone Why low te…
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Hormone modulation therapy is a growing area of research in cardiovascular science related to a number of factors, such as menopause and andropause, cancers in hormone-producing organs, as well as gender-affirming hormone therapy. So how do scientists and clinicians measure, monitor, and balance applications of hormone therapy? In our latest podcas…
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Nick recently was invited on the Effortless Swimming podcast to chat about our new testing equipment in the lab and discuss the practical implications of being able to use data to start dialling in further your fuelling needs when racing and training. To learn more about Effortless Swimming CLICK HERE For more free resources about improving enduran…
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Summary In this episode, Dave and Dr. Phil discuss the healthy way to return to training after dealing with an illness. They emphasize the importance of understanding the stress that illness puts on the body and the need for proper recovery. They caution against jumping back into intense training too soon and recommend a conservative approach. They…
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In this episode Dan & Owain discuss the physiology of the warm up. For many runners, a warm up features some jogging and possibly a few strides. But the warm up of a professional runner differs significantly, due to some interesting research into what is often referred to as "priming". Dan & Owain discuss some of the history of the research, the ph…
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Episode 4 of our respiratory physiology series --------- Find us at Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abcsofanaesthesia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/abcsofa Website: http://www.anaesthesiacollective.com Podcast: ABCs of Anaesthesia Primary Exam Podcast: Anaesthesia Coffee Break Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ABCsofAnaesthesia Facebook …
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In episode 149 of The A&P Professor podcast, host Kevin Patton chats with Greg Crowther and Ben Wiggins about their work with exams in the anatomy and physiology (A&P) course. They discuss the importance of exams in assessing student learning and the need for exams to be more connected to course objectives. They also mention the challenges of desig…
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Thank you everyone for their honesty, openness and willingness to share! --------- Find us at Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abcsofanaesthesia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/abcsofa Website: http://www.anaesthesiacollective.com Podcast: ABCs of Anaesthesia Primary Exam Podcast: Anaesthesia Coffee Break Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/A…
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Mike Vergalla, founder of the Free Flight Lab, delves into his paragliding journey and highlights the lab's pillars: climate science, conservation, and safety. He discusses paragliding's potential in research and environmental conservation, emphasizing the need for more data. The conversation also covers the environmental impact, community responsi…
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One Thing I Would Change After 40 Years Working with Women in Menopause Working with women in menopause for 40 years, even before it dawned on me that’s what I was doing, I know now what I wish I’d have done differently. I’ve never said this out loud quite like this, though I’ve hinted at it. The name Flipping 50 was taken very literally by 50% of …
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Dr. Martin Gibala is a professor and the Faculty of Science Research Chair in Integrative Exercise Physiology at McMaster University. His research examines the mechanistic basis of exercise responses and the impacts on health and performance. Dr. Gibala is widely known for his work on high-intensity interval training. He has published over 150 peer…
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Send us a Text Message. Send us a Text Message. Ben Wood, Business Development Specialist for the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC) - The Right Place 4 Years BBA in Business at WMU Almost 18 years of leadership Ben believes the most important thing is building relationships and will do whatever it takes to instill value into people an…
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If you have repressed metabolic syndrome your quest to lose weight in menopause faster and easier is sunk. But stay tuned to this episode. In this Flipping 50 episode with podcast guest favorite, Stu Schaffer we talk about the #1 goal most of you tell me is yours… weight loss. More specifically weight loss in menopause. It’s stubborn, you’re tired,…
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Discover How to Break Free from the Time-for-Money Trap in Your Health Business 🎙Speaking all things time-for-money pitfalls, results-based promises, and client solutions... 👉🏻 How to escape the time-for-money trap in your health practice 👉🏻 Crafting a results-based promise for your health services 👉🏻 The crucial art of identifying and articulating…
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Originally produced between 2019 and 2021, the Lost Episodes of The Freedive Cafe were originally released as exclusive content for Patreon subscribers, then lost to time. Recently unearthed in the Sinai desert, I can now deliver them for your listening pleasure! This episode with Johnny was originally released on Patreon in July 2020. To become a …
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Join me, Dr Mike T Nelson, on the Flex Diet Podcast for an interesting conversation with PhD candidate Nathan Serrano about his groundbreaking review study published in the American Journal of Physiology, Endocrinology, and Metabolism. We explore the intricate ways muscle fiber types, specifically slow-twitch and fast-twitch fibers, impact metaboli…
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The JournalFeed podcast for the week of July 8-12, 2024. These are summaries from just 2 of the 5 articles we cover every week! For access to more, please visit JournalFeed.org for details about becoming a member. Tuesday Spoon Feed: GRACE-4 is packed with practice-changing recommendations for patients with alcohol withdrawal syndrome (AWS), alcoho…
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When it comes to protein consumption in menopause, there are several things to consider. Even though there's no science or medical evidence to show higher (than you grew up with or are used to) protein intakes cause kidney (renal) issues, many people still believe it’s true. What is true is or anyone who has an existing renal issue, diabetes for in…
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In today’s episode of Barbell Shrugged you will learn: What are lipids What is cholesterol The difference between HDL and LDL cholesterol Why there is no such thing as “good” or “bad” cholesterol What are the bloodwork numbers for optimal cholesterol What is the perfect ratio of HDL and LDL Ratios for Triglycerides to HDL for optimal health Mechani…
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As a seasoned entrepreneur with 16 years under his belt, Bledsoe has dedicated my career to guiding others to enjoy physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. His journey began after serving in the Navy, where I embraced the mission to optimize my own health, relationships and discover a greater purpose. My passion extends beyond profession…
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Registered dietitian Bonni London joins me today to talk about how to eat out without blowing it and how to decide if fasting is something you want and need and if so how. Let’s talk about your definition of healthy. Is it for weight loss, weight maintenance, or is it to reverse an illness? Stay tuned to know which kind of healthy food can help ach…
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Master Sales Success by Tackling Clients’ Biggest Challenges with Andrew Cominos 🎙In this insightful episode, we dive into... 👉🏻 The critical role of performance in sales 👉🏻 Crafting effective sales processes and strategies 👉🏻 Identifying and resolving key client issues Ready to take the leap into mentorship? Enroll in the Health Biz Academy, where…
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Join me, Dr Mike T Nelson, on the Flex Diet Podcast as I welcome Dr. Chris Perry, a distinguished researcher and coach from Rapid Health Optimization, to discuss the fascinating world of sleep research. Listen in as we discuss topics like standard sleep hygiene, the impacts of sleep restriction, and the intriguing U-shaped curve related to sleep du…
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The JournalFeed podcast for the week of July 1-5th , 2024. Monday Spoon Feed: The only strong recommendation for corticosteroid use was in patients needing to be hospitalized with severe community acquired pneumonia. The panel recommended against high-dose/short duration corticosteroids in patients with septic shock. Tuesday Spoon Feed: In pediatri…
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I love progressive relaxation in menopause as a tool to do just that. Whether it’s to take a 10 minute break or get to sleep or back to sleep, it works. This method is a powerful tool to reduce stress, improve sleep, and enhance overall well-being. Incorporating this practice into your routine can make a significant difference in how you manage men…
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In today’s episode of Barbell Shrugged you will learn: How to define resilience Understanding psychology vs physiological resilience What are the biomarkers of resilience Cortisol wakening response and how it relates to stress response Is balance possible between stress and recovery How much stress can you body handle before physiology begins to br…
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Episode 3 of our Respiratory Physiology session --------- Find us at Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abcsofanaesthesia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/abcsofa Website: http://www.anaesthesiacollective.com Podcast: ABCs of Anaesthesia Primary Exam Podcast: Anaesthesia Coffee Break Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ABCsofAnaesthesia Facebook…
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As you may have heard, we have some new lab testing equipment that has expanded our capabilities to go much deeper into your physiology. In this episode, we discuss the new metrics we can assess including Fat vs Carbohydrate utilisation and how we can pair that with an InBody composition analysis to better estimate and predict your race-day nutriti…
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Summary In this episode of Fast Physiology, Dave and Phil discuss ergogenic aids or performance-enhancing substances. They cover various types of aids, including caffeine, beetroot juice, sodium bicarbonate, beta-alanine, and creatine. They emphasize the importance of focusing on the fundamentals of training, nutrition, and recovery before consider…
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