Best Posttraumatic Stress Disorder podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Inside Health
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Dr Mark Porter demystifies health issues, separating fact from fiction and bringing clarity to conflicting health advice, with the help of regular contributor GP Margaret McCartney
 
A show about creating change after trauma; why and how to do it.If your life has gotten to a point where you're feeling overwhelmed by posttraumatic stress and symptoms, stuck, stalled or just plain tired of feeling bad it’s time to think about CHANGING DIRECTION. On this program we cover a wide spectrum of topics designed to help you turn yourself around and get headed for healing in the right direction.Michele and her guests shares ideas for how to reduce and manage stress, depression, moo ...
 
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The Exchange
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The Exchange is New Hampshire's only locally produced statewide call-in talk show, hosted by Laura Knoy. It airs live at 9 AM and rebroadcasts at 7 PM weekdays. Want to call in during the show or leave us a message? Here's the number: 800.892.6477 You can also reach the show by email, by tagging us in a tweet, following us on Instagram, or sending a message to our Facebook page.
 
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Exploring the minds of the top experts and litigators of today.
 
We bring you the latest on mental health research at Cardiff University's MRC Centre and the National Centre for Mental Health (NCMH), plus real-life experiences of people affected by mental health problems. We would love to hear your feedback or ideas for future episodes, either comment on our latest episode, message us at info@ncmh.info or Tweet/Insta with #POMpod.
 
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BayCare HealthChat
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BayCare HealthChat is the official podcast series of BayCare and features our health care professionals sharing the latest health and wellness topics relevant to you and your family.
 
Weekly roundtable discussions regarding today’s behavioral health headlines so you can be In Your Right Mind.
 
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Police, firefighters, and emergency personnel have specific stressors in their daily jobs that can lead to long-term mental health impacts. We look at how the profession and our state are trying to improve its understanding, and response, to PTSD in this workforce.By cphillips@nhpr.org (Christina Phillips).
 
Dr. Nick Dewan discusses PTSD, who is at risk and the latest treatments that are used to treat this complex condition.
 
This year has featured bipartisan discussion around offshore wind development in the Granite State. Why now? And what effect could this have on our state's economy, environment, and energy landscape?By cphillips@nhpr.org (Christina Phillips).
 
With temperatures warming up, you may be itching to get outside. But where to go and how to get started - especially with kids? New Hampshire is blessed with plenty of hiking trails, especially in the White Mountains, as well as networks of trails around its cities and towns. We discover favorite trails and uncover some new discoveries, and dis ...…
 
We find out how Granite Staters are reacting to the release of the Mueller report, and how it is playing out on the campaign trail with 2020 candidates. Secretary of State Bill Gardner urges lawmakers to go slow when it comes to undoing voting laws enacted by the last Legislature. And the Senate backs a bipartisan plan to expand net energy mete ...…
 
Marianne Williamson's campaign is based on some of the same themes that brought her acclaim and finanicial success for the past 30 years. She is calling for a "moral and spiritual awakening" in this country. The best-selling author and lecturer on such topics as spirituality and miracles is calling for a new American revolution, a "politics of ...…
 
In 2008, Congress passed the landmark Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, considered a major achievement in expanding access to care for mental illness and substance abuse. Ten years later, advocates say there has been progress in addressing some of the more obvious barriers to treatment but disparities remain -- including reimbursem ...…
 
In her new book, Under The Starry Flag , Lucy Salyer tells the story of a group of 40 Irish Americans who sailed to Ireland in 1867 to join the effort to end British rule. But the men, many of whom had fought in the American Civil War, were arrested by British authorities for treason as soon as they landed. Their arrests sparked an internationa ...…
 
The Democratic-led House passes its version of the state spending plan, with funding for the secure psychiatric unit restored. A bill to repeal the death penalty in the state clears NH Senate with a veto-proof margin. N.H.'s 400 state legislators get paid $100 a year; we examine the conflicts of interest they sometimes encounter in this small s ...…
 
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year allowed states to legalize gambling on sporting events. Now the Granite State appears poised to do so, with a House bill advancing through the legislature. We look at the details of this proposal, which include allowing betting at 10 locations and mobile betting, as well as concerns around addiction and wha ...…
 
Dr. Sanjiv Sahoo discusses headaches, migraines, and BayCare's neuroscience services
 
George Washington, in his farewell address in 1796, warned about partisanship in political parties, and in years since, politicians have cautioned against a “partisan apocalypse." We look at whether partisanship is increasing in the New Hampshire legislature, and what highly partisan moments, and moments of party unity, in our state history say ...…
 
We discuss life on the vertical with Mark Synnott, elite climber and author of "The Impossible Climb: Alex Honnold, El Capitan, and the Climbing Life." The book describes Synnott's personal climbing history, beginning with his early days at Cathedral Ledge in N.H., and documents the preparation involved in Alex Honnold's historic free solo clim ...…
 
We talk with Jared Cohen, the author of "Accidental Presidents: Eight Men Who Changed America." From the unready to the unexpectedly capable, we discuss the impact of vice presidents who have, on the death of a president, filled the highest office. The framers of the constitution left the question of succession largely unanswered, and the vice ...…
 
It's budget season in the legislature -- and the construction of a secure psychiatric unit, a major part of the state’s new ten-year mental health plan, is at the center of a partisan tussle. Also, the state fined real estate developer Brady Sullivan half a million dollars for breaking environmental regulations. And presidential candidates: who ...…
 
Climate change is a hot topic on Capitol Hill and on the 2020 presidential campaign trail. And it is mobilizing younger Americans: children suing the federal government , grassroots campaigns pushing for the Green New Deal, and student-led walkouts. As the legislature weighs net-metering and offshore wind, we talk with young New Hampshire leade ...…
 
As part of NHPR's Crossroad: The N.H. Opioid Reporting Project , The Exchange went on the road on February 7, 2019 to the Nashua Public Library for a live discussion on how the city is taking a multi-pronged approach to tackle the opioid crisis. This discussion was recorded at the Nashua Public Library on February 7th, and an edited version of ...…
 
U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan joins The Exchange on Monday to discuss national security, health care, and education. We also get her take on the Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential race and on proposals such as the Green New Deal and Medicare-for-all. Hassan serves on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee; the Health, Ed ...…
 
The battle to abolish the death penalty advances to the state senate. Governor Sununu sends stronger signal that he may run for the Senate next year, boosted by polls suggesting he may have a chance at defeating Senator Shaheen. And we look how several national issues may affect the state, including a federal court ruling on Medicaid work requi ...…
 
Former three-term Maryland Congressman John Delaney announced his run for the Democratic nomination in July 2017, the earliest of any candidate--a move seen as unusual even as candidates trend toward announcing earlier. Delaney casts himself as a moderate and says if elected he would sign only bipartisan legislation in his first 100 days as Pre ...…
 
Two gun-related topics debated in the legislature recently raised longstanding, familiar arguments. But with Democrats in power at the Statehouse, these bills have advanced. Meanwhile, Governor Sununu has said the state's gun laws are fine as is, so their future is uncertain even if they make it through the Senate. Activists on both sides of th ...…
 
Fiddling figures in research and why it matters that outcomes aren't switched or goal posts moved; involving parents in the care of premature babies to improve recovery; feedback on the current series
 
Dr. Dalys Gilling talks parents through how to identify flu symptoms in children, what to do if your child is sick and what you need to know about the flu shot.
 
Dr. H. Matias Jasin discusses the childhood obesity epidemic. He shares important information on what parents can do to identify when their children need help, and the many ways to correct bad habits and institute lifestyle changes.
 
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others. There are around 700,000 autistic people in the UK, and while it is usually diagnosed in childhood, some autistic people grow up without their condition being recognised until later in life. In this episode, we’re joined by Kat Wil ...…
 
Why vaping is dividing public health experts causing a polarised split; prehabilitation before cancer surgery and the benefits of preparing for an operation; plus can hospital safety be compared to lessons learnt from the aviation industry?
 
Cannabidiol or CBD oil has had a recent surge in popularity but is there any evidence for it having any health benefits? Dr Margaret McCartney reviews the research. Mark visits the Dental psychology service at Guy's Hospital in London and talks to Tim Newton about dental phobia, the treatment available and how successful it is at treating a pho ...…
 
Dr. Nanda K. Nair discusses how exercise can help lower blood pressure, improve cholesterol, control diabetes and so much more. He shares his best tips on how to live a healthier lifestyle with exercise and physical activity.
 
Research suggests opioids don't work in long-term chronic pain but dispensing in the UK has risen four-fold since the nineties, and we consume more than any other country in Europe. There is a dearth of good evidence for how best to help people come off these drugs. Mark Porter meets the team trying to change that. And an objective pitch-side t ...…
 
Regulation of Home Fetal Heart Monitors prompted by concerns that the burgeoning use of these devices could be harmful. Deconditioning - there is a popular adage that spending 10 days in hospital can age people 10 years, but is this backed by evidence and could it actually be worse? Mark Porter visits Warwick Hospital to meet the team working t ...…
 
We’re delighted to be joined by Dr Sophie Legge and Dr Antonio Pardiñas for our latest minisode to discuss their latest research study. Sophie, Antonio and colleagues at Cardiff University’s MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics examined genetic data from more than 500 people of African descent taking clozapine, an anti-psychoti ...…
 
Heart disease is the Number one killer of women and is more deadly than all forms of cancer combined. While the symptoms of heart disease can be very different in women and men, the more a woman knows about heart disease, the better her chances of beating it. Laura Mosher, MD discusses how exercise and a healthy life style can lower your risk o ...…
 
Kenneth Essig, MD discusses the AUA and USPSTF recommendations for prostate cancer screenings. He shares the signs/symptoms that do and do not suggest prostate cancer, the impact diet, herbal remedies, and medicines have on preventing prostate cancer and options for further diagnosis if an elevated PSA is detected.…
 
Dr Mark Porter investigates the digitisation of the NHS: are online, asynchronous GP consultations the future? He visits a GP surgery in Tower Hamlets to find out how patients are getting in touch online, in their own time. Does it help improve access for patients and manage workload for busy GPs? Manu Vatish, an obstetrician from the Universit ...…
 
David Brown, PT, DPT discusses the prevalence and economic impact of low back pain, and he shares his best advice and tips for maintaining a healthy and strong back.
 
A new handheld device for migraine is being pioneered at Guys and St Thomas's Hospital in London. Using single pulses of transcranial magnetic stimulation the device is helping prevent and treat migraines in people who haven't responded well to other treatments. Dr Anna Andreou, director of headache research, and nurse specialist, Bethany Hill ...…
 
Dr. Percy Bracamonte discusses caring for an aging parent. He shares some of the myths and misconceptions about aging, some of most common health issues aging parents are confronted with and how specialists in geriatric medicine can help to take care of our parents as they age.
 
Genetics and confidentiality; a fascinating legal case where a woman is suing the hospital trust that looked after her father with Huntington's disease for not warning that she too could be affected. And a well established use of very low carb diets that isn't so well known - to treat complex childhood epilepsy. Plus cancer of the voice box and ...…
 
Warnings that expensive, unproven 'add-ons' are being offered by IVF clinics ; Keen jogger Margaret McCartney asks whether rest helps running problems such as stitch, shin splints and plantar fasciitis. Plus DNA testing on the NHS to anyone prepared to pay for it with the results contributing to research. But what exactly is the aim of such tes ...…
 
Dr. Kevin Elder discusses the importance of recognizing concussion in youth athletes, management strategies and information about evaluation and prevention of concussion.
 
Dr. Nick Dewan discusses getting your life back if you have obsessive-compulsive disorder. He shares treatment options available if you suffer from OCD and how, without treatment, these types of obsessions and compulsions can greatly affect a persons quality of life.
 
Concerns about conflict of Interest and reputational damage. Should policy making organisations in the public health arena form partnerships with charities funded by industry? And living with a Stoma. Mark goes to Addenbrookes hospital in Cambridge to meet Michael, who explains what life is like after having his large colon removed. 1 in 500 pe ...…
 
An unprecedented number of medicines are in short supply, according to NHS England. Doctors, pharmacists and patients all over the UK are finding common drugs like naproxen are more difficult to get hold of. Why is there such a problem with supply of medicines that are normally cheap and easy to get hold of? And why a 'severe shortage protocol' ...…
 
Dr Mark Porter discusses High Blood Pressure , a silent threat that isn’t well managed, with only a third of those affected being diagnosed and treated as advised in the latest guidelines. Dr Margaret McCartney and Professor of Medicine, Bryan Williams help unpick areas of confusion including lifestyle and treatment with the latest thinking in ...…
 
A question many people often ask themselves is how do you tell when an emergency requires a trip to the ER, or if an urgent care clinic can address your issues. Stephanie Marzola, MD, discusses why it’s important to know where to go, and whether you need an emergency room or an urgent care center to receive medical treatment. BayCare offers a f ...…
 
22q11.2 deletion syndrome, or 22q for short, is a genetic syndrome affecting between 1 in 2000 and 1 in 4000 people. There are a wide range of health issues associated with the syndrome, such as heart conditions and immune problems, palatal defects and speech delays. It can also cause developmental problems and learning disabilities, and increa ...…
 
Dr. Leah Chernin discusses the symptoms of nasal and ocular allergies for each season, how to avoid the triggers as much as possible and treatment options to help keep your child more comfortable even with allergies.
 
José A. Ferreira, MD, discusses ADHD. He shares treatment options aimed at helping your child thrive at school and at home with guidance tips to understand this condition so your child can reach their full potential and succeed.
 
Dr. Phuong Nguyen shares tips for listeners about how to live a better with diabetes. She discusses how to get tested for diabetes, when to seek help and lifestyle changes that will combat the disease's progression.
 
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