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Thursday's 3 pm PST - Dr Bart Rademaker’s background crosses continents, cultures and disciplines. Living in five different countries and speaking four different languages, his perspective and approach on life is multidimensional, understanding that the artistry of our own life and our world must be viewed in the same way.
 
The Pharma Letter Podcast provides in-depth discussion and analysis focused on key trends, companies and events in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. Our guests come from a broad array of sectors and business functions, from early stage research in biopharmaceuticals, to patient engagement and marketing, supply chain management and life sciences investing. Podcasts are typically 20-30 minutes in length and are released approximately once every two weeks.
 
From the ER to the furthest reaches of the Universe, exploring subjects that challenge and nurture curiosity, meaning and awe in life. A cacophonic reorientation to the symphonic harmony of our existence. What does that even mean? Deepening our interwoven connection to the tapestry of this incredible, improbable miraculous experience of life.
 
This is a prescription you do not need to pick up at your local pharmacy. Bellin Health’s ‘Prescription for Life’ instead offers different dosages of resources for some of life’s most common lifestyle challenges. Hear from lifestyle medicine experts in nutrition, fitness, sleep, stress management and more along with host, Health & Wellbeing Consultant Linda Golik. This podcast will bring real life solutions to common health and wellbeing struggles that we encounter every day.
 
In this cooking meets kitchen organization podcast Kelsey Nixon will help you get dinner on the table each week and discuss organizing, outfitting, and optimizing your kitchen for easy weeknight cooking. It's the podcast you listen to when you don’t know what to make for dinner! In each weekly episode Kelsey will share 3 super simple weeknight dinner recipes that are quick, simple, and loved by everyone at the table. Think sheet pan dinners, one pot meals, recipes that work for both parents ...
 
How are women over 40 like us actually keeping weight off, energy up, our minds and moods clear and our health in amazing shape? How do we balance our hormones so that we can feel great in our own skin, be who we really want to be and fulfill all of our dreams in this life? The truth is...most of us aren’t. I spent years frustrated with the failure of my OBGYN training to actually provide successful solutions to the health challenges most women face after 40. After discovering the truth abou ...
 
Prescriptive Profits, your weekly dose of medicine that keeps your business vitals in check. Bratti + Co simply administers the spoon full of sugar to help the medicine go down easier - through lighthearted podcasts with experienced commercial leaders and our weekly email newsletter delivering simple truths of successful businesses along with our secrets to drive growth, set strategy, and scale operational excellence.
 
Dr. Minni Malhotra is a Board Certified Family Physician and A Certified Functional Medicine practitioner. She is an award-winning speaker and best-selling author. She Believes that an Onesize-fits-all medicine is a thing of the past. The future of Healthcare is here. Today we know better. Today, it’s possible for you to have personalized, precision medicine tailored specifically to you and your lifestyle. She practices a new model of medicine known as root cause medicine or Functional Medic ...
 
It’s no secret that business owners want to receive positive reviews and customers want to have a positive experience. In Behind the Review, Yelp and Entrepreneur dig a little deeper on both accounts. Hosted by Yelp’s Small Business Expert, Emily Washcovick, Behind the Review features conversations with reviewers and business owners about their experiences—whether it was one star or five stars—giving listeners behind-the-scenes insights into what was really going on. Restaurants, plumbers, f ...
 
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Fight Back

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Fight Back

Healthcare Consumer Rights Foundation

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“Fight Back” is produced by the non-profit organization Healthcare Consumer Rights Foundation. Each episode takes a look at a pressing current medical issue, often including the story of someone who has been negatively affected by that issue, such as insurance claims denied, not getting the referral to a specialist or medical procedure one needs, an unexpected “out of network” bill, dealing with heart disease, COVID, mental illness, and more. Then we interview a relevant expert who can provi ...
 
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Gastropod

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Gastropod

Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley

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Food with a side of science and history. Every other week, co-hosts Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley serve up a brand new episode exploring the hidden history and surprising science behind a different food- or farming-related topic, from aquaculture to ancient feasts, from cutlery to chile peppers, and from microbes to Malbec. We interview experts, visit labs, fields, and archaeological digs, and generally have lots of fun while discovering new ways to think about and understand the world t ...
 
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Eye on Health Phoenix

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Eye on Health Phoenix

Phoenix, Eye on Health Phoenix, AZ

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For all your eye care needs, trust the team at Eye on Health Phoenix to use the latest technology and offer you personalized care in a comfortable environment. Our eye doctor will take the time to explain what's happening with your vision, and together you'll come up with a treatment plan that fits your lifestyle. We're here for your whole family—from children to seniors. Eyes are one of the most important parts of our body, and health issues that affect them can be a serious cause for conce ...
 
What does exercise do to your brain? Can psychedelics treat depression? From smart daily habits to new medical breakthroughs, welcome to TED Health, with host Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider. TED speakers answer questions you never even knew you had, and share ideas you won't hear anywhere else, all around how we can live healthier lives.
 
Overprescribed is the podcast raising America's awareness on pharmaceutical medications. We talk about the issues you may not ever hear about while also bringing on guests with different perspectives on what it means to be medicated in the U.S. www.overprescribedpodcast.com
 
“Prescription for Hope” captures the stories inside Cleveland’s public hospital system. Told by the people and patients on the front lines of care, “Prescription for Hope” offers a behind-the-scenes look at how The MetroHealth System is moving beyond medical treatment to improve the foundations of community health and well-being. Since 1837, MetroHealth has served the community, neighborhoods and people of Greater Cleveland. Its nearly 8,000 caregivers are devoted to a mission of health, hea ...
 
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Dr. William Li is a world-renowned physician, scientist, speaker, and author of EAT TO BEAT DISEASE – The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself. He is best known for leading the Angiogenesis Foundation. His groundbreaking work has impacted more than 70 diseases including cancer, diabetes, blindness, heart disease, and obesity. His TED Talk, …
 
Dr. Judy Monroe, president and CEO of the CDC Foundation, is your special host for today’s episode, as we discuss nutrition, medicine and public health with Dr. Thea James and Dr. Elizabeth Petelin... starting with a mystery clinical case that at first seems straight out of the 18th century. Dr. James is an associate professor at the Boston Medical…
 
Are you looking for ways to lower your spending and get the best deals? Then you have come to the right place! We have all done it at least once, go out shopping for groceries and come back with much more than intended. This coupled with increasing food costs, means we all need to reconsider our shopping habits. In this episode, listeners will hear…
 
Have you ever been struggling to fall asleep at night and just can't seem to shut your mind off? For midlife women, a good night's sleep is paramount for health and wellbeing. In this episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast, we have Devin Burke joining us to talk about techniques to Fall Asleep Fast, Stay Asleep, and Wake Up Refreshed! Devin Bu…
 
“Impossible” is often used when something or a situation seems hopeless, but as a follower of Jesus ALL things are possible. In today's episode, Dr. Carol shares powerful stories of transformation and how generosity was a contributing factor. You'll not want to miss this. You’ve heard about BlackFriday and CyberMonday, but what about GivingTuesday?…
 
Most of the messaging out there surrounding Thanksgiving is all about how to host Thanksgiving. But I'm convinced that it’s just as important to be a good guest as it is a good host. So, in today's episode we’re going to break down some do’s and don’ts of being a guest a Thanksgiving this year... bring those potatoes already warm! Interested in mor…
 
Pandora Skyes has many titles. Author, singer, poet, song writer; artist. Here, she goes into her recently released poetry book entitled 'Bleed in Pages' , a story that she expresses was birthed in some of the deepest of her pains resulting from life experiences. In particular, childhood abuse and the cataclysm resulting in the loss of vibrance in …
 
The UK Health Security Agency issued a rare alert on Friday, telling parents to look out for signs of strep A infection in their children. Since September, eight children in England and Wales have died after becoming unwell with Group A streptococci bacteria. Typically causing illnesses like skin infections, tonsillitis or scarlet fever, very occas…
 
In this Library Release of Fight Back!, we talk with Peter Lee, Executive Director for California’s health insurance marketplace, Covered California. Here in California, the open enrollment period ends at the end of the year. Join us as we talk about the key things you need to know about enrolling in healthcare. In our conversation, Peter provides …
 
Cate Luzio spent two decades as a corporate banker—in 2018, she pivoted. With the goal of supporting women in their career journeys, Cate founded Luminary, a NYC-based professional networking space. Emily chats with Cate about her experience self-funding Luminary and how the community-centered business weathered the pandemic. Then, Luminary member …
 
The UK is in the middle of its worst outbreak of bird flu. The current strain of H5N1 avian influenza has devastated wild bird populations, killing thousands and affecting threatened species such as puffins and hen harriers. Bird flu has also been wreaking havoc on poultry, and since 7 November, all captive birds in England have been kept indoors t…
 
With busy lifestyles many turn to devices for aide memoires. Claudia discusses new findings with Dr Sam Gilbert who studies so called ‘offloading’ and gives tips on how best to remember the important things. And a visit to Manchester’s Turn it Up exhibition reveals what psychological research can tell us about the safest music to drive to; while gu…
 
At a recent conference in France, scientists and government representatives voted to scrap the leap second by 2035. Leap seconds are added periodically to synchronise atomic time and astronomical time, which get out of sync because of variations in the Earth’s rotation. Madeleine Finlay speaks to JT Janssen, the chief scientist at NPL, the National…
 
This week on TED Health, we are revisiting an episode focused on the Hippocratic Oath. It states: "first, do no harm" and is one of the world's oldest codes of ethics. It governs the work of physicians -- but climate and health campaigner Shweta Narayan says it should go further. In this essential talk, she highlights the interdependence of environ…
 
The outcome of the recent midterm elections in the USA surprised many by returning a Democrat-led Senate, preventing Republicans from gaining control of the next Congress. Analysts, having expected a stronger showing for Republicans, put some of the blame on former president Donald Trump, whose endorsements and active involvement in campaigning wer…
 
The ABC Birth Project has shown that the kind of care you might get if you're pregnant varies across Australia—despite us knowing what best practice looks like: continuity of care, led by a known midwife. A national strategy around improving maternity care was launched in 2019.Guest: Dr Zoe BradfieldHost: Tegan TaylorProducer: Diane Dean…
 
More prenatal screening tools are available for expectant parents. As well as screening ultrasounds, parents-to-be now have access to simple blood tests that can indicate whether baby might have a chromosome issue. The tests can ascertain whether you're having a boy or a girl. But parents who want peace of mind or want to know the sex of their baby…
 
The ABC’s Birth Project call out has received thousands of responses in just a few weeks. We're hearing about the good and bad of pregnancy and birth in Australia. It's one of the safest places in the world to give birth, but the health system sometimes fails women, their families, and clinicians. One of of the key people involved is Science Unit r…
 
Protests erupt across Chinese cities in perhaps the largest demonstration of public outcry in more than 30 years. Today, we look at some of the major reasons why. [WARNING: Disturbing Content - audio clips of deadly fire, protests, clashes with police] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
At 29, the weak and ineffectual Longqing Emperor take the Dragon Throne in 1567. But it won't be long before the curse of the House of Zhu strikes him down, leaving Great Ming to his 9-year-old son, Wanli. That means - of course - the government is in the hands of the court ministers and its all-powerful Grand Secretary, the ruthlessly conniving Zh…
 
What type of eye exam should you do? Comprehensive eye exam Phoenix include many tests to determine your eyesight health. You can get an idea of your eyesight by taking the visual acuity test. You might also be tested for glaucoma and other eye diseases. You might also be tested for specific vision features, such as depth perception and the ability…
 
On 15 November the world’s population reached 8 billion, according to the UN. Much of that growth is because we’re living longer. As a species we will continue to age, but eventually stop growing. The UN predicts that in the next century humanity will begin to go into decline. So what happens when societies get older and smaller – a problem some co…
 
Millions of people suffer from autism, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, and intellectual disabilities. In this minicast, Ken Barnes talks about growing up with his developmentally disabled twin brother, and the issues that he and his family went through caring for him. Former Options for All CEO Ken Barns shares about how to work through these issues and …
 
Claudia launches the 2023 All in the Mind Awards with mental health campaigner Marion Janner and actor Maddie Leslay, Chelsea from Radio 4's "The Archers" and a 2018 awards finalist. We ask why it takes nine and a half years to get a diagnosis of bipolar disorder following a recent report and joining Claudia in the studio is Professor Catherine Lov…
 
Don asks Cathia what is the worst place to hide in the hospital. Don talks to a patient with dry itchy skin. Cathia vacinates a 5 year old trooper. RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) is on the rise. What is it? Interview with The Pharmacy Fixer - Leann Christian Safe Disposal of Unused Medications Show notes and links. https://brokenpharmacy.com/epi…
 
Pasta, sushi, tacos, samosas, and pad thai: In the U.S., enthusiastic eaters will likely be able to name traditional dishes from a wide variety of cuisines around the world. But most of us couldn't name a single Native American dish from any one the vast network of tribes, cultures, and cuisines that spread across the U.S. before Europeans arrived.…
 
Editor's Summary by Anne Cappola, MD, ScM, Associate Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the November 22/29, 2022, issue. Related Content: Audio Highlights
 
Do you ever wonder why you can't seem to find the motivation or energy to do what it takes to stay fit and healthy? Do you ever feel like something is wrong with your genes and hormones? Our guest Kashif Khan is an expert in functional genomics and has been helping midlife women understand the science behind their hormones and genes. He shares with…
 
Sex is a normal part of human life, but it can also get complicated–whether you’re having it or not! The way we approach, think, and engage with our sexuality varies widely our culture, community, identity, and more. But one thing we can all strive for is healthy and safe sex. Siphumeze Khundayi and Tiffany Mugo are two sex educators and the co-fou…
 
It’s supposed to be the first ever carbon neutral World Cup. Organisers Fifa and host Qatar say they have implemented sustainability initiatives, taken measures to limit carbon output and will offset greenhouse gas emissions by purchasing credits. Fifa has admitted, however, that the tournament’s carbon footprint will bigger than any of its predece…
 
Preparation for the Christmas season can often feel busy and frantic, but it doesn't have to be this way. How can hope and wonder replace chaos and worry? What if we stopped and listened to the movement and unfolding of God's plan around us? In this delightful episode Dr. Carol talks with prophetic artist, writer, and speaker Bette Dickinson about …
 
Good people, Today I am joined by Kimberly Spencer - filmmaker, actor, writer, entrepreneur, coach, and podcaster. Not only do Kimberly and I have a lot in common professionally, but we were also both previous self-sabotagers that have harnessed the power within us to help ourselves and others. Kimberly’s personal experience and authenticity are re…
 
There are an estimated 34,000 people in Australia living with cerebral palsy, and it affects one in 700 babies. For some families there's an explanation for the disorder, but the cause is often a mystery. With now more accessible gene testing there's an interest in looking at the child's genes, to gain useful information for parents and treatment t…
 
We often hear about mental health occurrences of distress, anxiety and depression, even as more money is being invested in their treatment. Questions can arise about the effectiveness of these services, and whether they are overwhelmed— the answer will inform how services are provided.Guest:Dr Adam SkinnerSenior Research FellowBrain and Mind Centre…
 
The Artemis 1 mission launched recently, and though there is no crew, the aim is to set up a long-term base on the moon, getting humans back there, and eventually even to Mars. So if we're to spend more time in space, we'll have to know how gravity can affect us. It's actually pretty important for how our bodies work – including our brain functions…
 
Are lip fillers Chandler safe to use? Who can receive lip injections safely? Ultra Smooth Skin's lip fillers are FDA-approved and have been proven safe when applied to the lips. They can be used by most adults who wish to have fuller-looking lips. However, every patient is unique and there is no safe treatment for all. Is lip augmentation considere…
 
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