Best Posttraumatic Stress Disorder podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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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 ...
Your latest update from Spectrum, the leading source of news and expert opinion on autism research.
Research, technology, litigation and everything in between. Kineticorp's Forensic Science Roundtable speaks to a very specific audience made up of experts and litigators about big ideas.
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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?
Individuals with autism have trouble reading social cues because their brains connect sights and sounds over unusually long periods of time.
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 ...…
The United States is failing most of its half million school-age children with autism by not giving them a good education.
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 ...…
Autism researchers and funding agencies should turn their attention to sleep in autism — and its many connections to health, mood and behavior.
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 ...…
The United States is failing most of its half million school-age children with autism by not giving them a good education.
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 ...…
The strict definition of autism in the latest version of the diagnostic manual is antithetical to the idea that autism comes in a wide variety of forms.
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 ...…
For students and early-career investigators, opportunities to meet and talk with the people they are trying to help underscores why the work matters.
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 ...…
As children with autism grow into adults, the challenge is in measuring the skills that matter most in their daily lives.
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 ...…
Clinicians need to be able to distinguish autism from post-traumatic stress disorder so they can provide the right support.
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 ...…
Getting an autism diagnosis can be difficult for many adults, due to the dearth of reliable tests, high costs and bureaucracy.
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 ...…
Science teaches us that housing children in institution-like settings is likely to cause severe and permanent damage to their minds and bodies.
Measures of adaptive functioning may better assess the ability of autistic people to meet daily demands than do intelligence tests.
Your latest update from Spectrum, the leading source of news and expert opinion on autism research.
Autism results from an interplay between genetics and the environment, but it has been tough to nail down the environmental factors involved.
Researchers need to consider new ways of capturing how autism manifests in girls, who may find clever ways of camouflaging their symptoms.
Your latest update from Spectrum, the leading source of news and expert opinion on autism research.
Children with autism who have sleep problems are often distracted, hyperactive, irritable and aggressive.
Every state in the country should require that all children be vaccinated before attending school.
Scientists should regularly relate their work to a broad audience, and universities should support these efforts.
Sex education in schools needs to be adapted for teens on the spectrum so they can approach relationships in a way that is safe, confident and healthy.
Clarity behind recent headlines linking cancer to pills for high blood pressure; Margaret McCartney unpicks the numbers. And the aorta is the largest artery in the body so should it burst due to an abdominal aortic aneurysm, results can be catastrophic. Now Surgeons are concerned that restricting the use of the latest keyhole techniques to repa ...…
Behavioral interventions and medications can help children with autism-related syndromes sleep better, but the treatments must be tailored to the cause of each child's sleep disturbance.
Adrenaline auto injectors are used to treat life-threatening allergies, anaphylaxis, but there are severe supply issues with the brand leader, epipen, particularly with junior epipen and many parents are reporting problems when their children's devices need replacing. It's an anxious time for those caring for severely allergic children and Dr M ...…
Fragile X syndrome is a leading genetic cause of autism. People who have either condition often share certain traits, such as difficulties in social situations.
France delists Alzheimer's drugs, a move that is a world first, after concluding that the dangers of side effects outweigh any benefits. Mark assesses the evidence and hears the arguments from France and the UK including from the head of drug evaluation at the French Health Authority which is behind the decision. Plus a more holistic approach t ...…
Clinicians may need to go beyond the 'masks' to find autism in women.
Until recently it was assumed that placebo pills would only produce a therapeutic benefit if patients didn't know that's what they had been given. But there are early suggestions that patients can still get symptom relief even when they're told that there is no active ingredient at all in the pills they've been given. So should placebo pills be ...…
Assessing social ability in adults with autism requires controlled tests involving real-time social interactions. Virtual reality makes this possible.
When is the best time to clamp a baby's umbilical cord? It is a controversial question that has perplexed maternity units for years but new evidence from Nottingham has changed practice at the hospital's busy labour ward. Mark Porter pays them a visit. Natural Cycles is a much promoted contraception app advertised as an alternative to more conv ...…
To understand the amygdala’s role in autism, researchers should study its connections with other brain structures and explore its role in development.
Justin Holderness sits down with Nathan Rose as they discuss the first chapter of Nathan's recently published book that covers rollover accident reconstruction. To learn more about the book or to purchase a copy, click here.
Four years ago, Peter, a retired engineer from Gloucestershire, suffered a small stroke and lost the ability to speak. He communicated by hand signals and writing notes to his wife, Carol. But this summer, as he tells Dr Mark Porter, he woke up one morning and, much to everybody's amazement, began to talk....and he hasn't stopped since. Later t ...…
Donald T. was not like other 5-year-old boys. Leo Kanner knew that the moment he read the 33-page letter from Donald?s father that described the boy in obsessive detail as “happiest when he was alone... drawing into a shell and living within himself... oblivious to everything around him.”
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Scientists’ desire for evidence-based medical inquiry runs headlong into an apparently immovable obstacle: the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.
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Academic and social support can help students with autism thrive in institutions of higher education.
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How researchers design autism prevalence studies has a significant impact on the results, says Eric Fombonne.
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