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Vaping, dieting, seeing a chiropractor, taking omega-3 supplements… so many decisions to make, so much misinformation. Dr. Christopher Labos and Jonathan Jarry look at the body of evidence on these topics to tell you what’s solid, what’s iffy… and what’s crapola. The jingles, comedy, and bickering help the medicine go down.
 
ASTHO’s podcast series, the Public Health Review, features health officials and public health leadership who are on the front lines of state and territorial public health. The series capitalizes on current public health issues and delivers timely, thoughtful perspectives on the value of public health through the lens of state/territorial health officials and other subject matter experts.
 
Welcome to Transmission Control – an infection prevention podcast focused on your appetite for trailblazing thought, discussion, and innovations that will help you make informed decisions. Each episode, we speak with public health experts and safety champions from across the globe as they share their experiences, passion and opinions. From investigative journalism to medical publications, we tackle the real world barriers to limiting the spread of disease. Whether you’re tuning in for educat ...
 
A public health podcast produced by the National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID), "Infectious Questions" connects those with infectious disease questions to those with the answers. Un balado sur la santé publique réalisé par le Centre de collaboration nationale des maladies infectieuses (CCNMI) et appelé « Infections en question » fait le lien entre les balados concernant les questions sur les maladies infectieuses et ceux qui offrent des réponses à ces questions.
 
Heartland Stories Radio is a weekly 29-minute radio show hosted by good food pioneer Theresa Marquez and sponsored by the Heartland Health Research Alliance (https://hh-ra.org/). Each show, meet a new voice from the diverse activists and professionals on the road to change food, farming and public health. Solid information about what we all can do to assure a healthy and a just food system for the 21st century needs to come from a diverse set of voices. “As a dedicated organic marketing prof ...
 
Healthy You explores the public health landscape and how it impacts your personal health and wellbeing. In each episode we tackle some of the most pressing health concerns of today. Whether you’re looking to start a career in public health, make a change in your life, or just learn something new, this podcast is for you.
 
CHFS Community is a podcast about health and well-being, featuring Cabinet for Health and Family Services employees across the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Twice a month, we interview outstanding people providing programs and services to help Kentuckians reach their full human potential. Join our community, and look for the Podcast Preview in your email so you'll never miss an episode. And while you're at it, tell your friends about the show. Until next time... stay healthy Kentucky!
 
In ways both historic and difficult to anticipate, the COVID-19 pandemic is every day transforming how we live, work, build community and define ourselves as Americans. How did we get here? What might a post-pandemic future hold? At a time of pervasive uncertainty, who are the arbiters of truth? And how can we leverage this moment to reimagine and demand a society that better cares for its most vulnerable? From her position on the front lines, Dr. Sejal Hathi, M.D., M.B.A., brings you wide-r ...
 
Yes, there's actually a Vagina Museum. Located in London's Camden Market, the Vagina Museum is the world’s first bricks and mortar museum dedicated to vaginas, vulvas, and gynecological anatomy. We have a vision of a world where no one is ashamed of their bodies, everyone has bodily autonomy, and all of humanity works together to build a society that is free and equal. This is our podcast. Spoiler alert, it's about vaginas. In the first season of our podcast, you'll get six episodes that tak ...
 
Let's bring the public back into public health. Produced by a team of NPR veterans, and hosted by a brother-sister duo -- she's a nurse practitioner, he's in health care PR -- The Public Health Podcast shares the rarely heard experiences of the women and men who really make our health systems run. Sign up for the The Public Health Podcast email at: http://eepurl.com/hgBeM5 Follow @RyanBirchmeier and @Thunder11PR on Twitter. The Public Health Podcast is a production of Thunder11, a strategic ...
 
What does it really mean to work for the Government? They’re the people who develop policies for Ministers, draft reports, run schools, staff the hospital, and process applications at every stage of our lives. But what do you really know about what happens behind the scenes? What happens in the lead up to a pandemic, or during a global vaccine rollout? And when a member of the royal family dies? We dive into the world of those who keep Government going, those who work around the clock to mak ...
 
Why is talking about what's below the belt so hard? It's not anymore! With decades of combine reproductive health experience, educators Dr. Betsy Cairo and Mandy Johnson use humor and science to empower you to understand human reproduction. Listen to gain a better understanding of your body, gender, orientation, and all facets of reproductive health. If you're an educator, this podcast gives you the tools you need to confidently teach others about reproductive health.
 
How can we best communicate the risks and the evidence on the most pressing issues of the day – from genetics and nutrition, to climate change and immigration? David Spiegelhalter is joined by the world’s top experts to tackle urgent, practical challenges which affect us all.
 
Global Caveat is the podcast that explores the vast field of global health. Global health scientists Diana Klatt and Susanna Park discuss topics, such as research and fieldwork, with each other and guests to examine the connection between health and the sciences and how we have to work together for health, humanity, and the earth. Episodes are not endorsements for organizations discussed on the show. Music by Hawt Coco. Produced by Global Caveat, Inc.
 
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Mary Mosley, M.Ed., LCADC is the program administrator in the Adult Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery Service Branch at DBHDID. On today’s edition of CHFS Community we discuss exploration – from the trees and trails of Pine Mountain to the deep introspection necessary to overcome setbacks and inspire others to become more resilient. Mosley’s p…
 
Many patients experience neurocognitive deficits, PTSD, and generalized weakness and disability following an intensive care unit (ICU) stay. JAMA Medical News Senior Writer Rita Rubin talks with E. Wesley Ely, MD, MPH, a professor of medicine at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, about ICU aftereffects, post-acute COVID-19 syndrome, and how …
 
For a year and a half, Johns Hopkins infectious disease doctor Kelly Gebo has been working with people who have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Gebo and a team of medical professionals triage COVID outpatients in a “pod” outside of the hospital where people diagnosed with COVID can come for convalescent plasma and care. Gebo talks about seeing patien…
 
The prehospital management of patients with moderate and severe TBI can be complex. In this podcast, Marty Nichols talks us through managing patients with TBI in a prehospital environment. This involves avoiding hypoxia and hypotension, ensuring a safe transportation and getting to the right treatment centre the first time. Notably, due to the natu…
 
Dr. Fred Provenza is a Professor Emeritus of Behavioral Ecology in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University, where he worked for 35 years directing an award-winning research group that pioneered an understanding of how learning influences foraging behavior and how behavior links soil, plants, herbivores, and humans. He is also …
 
This episode is a massively inspiring one. We are lucky enough to welcome Aila Hoss, JD to the show to talk about the intersection of public health, the practice of law, and epidemiology, with a specific focus on how these subjects relate to tribal communities.By Dr. CH Huntley
 
There are over 50 million Americans who are eligible to vote but are not registered. VoteEr is an organization at the intersection of health and voting, providing kits for health care offices and ERs that help patients check their registration status or easily register via a text message code while waiting to be seen. Dr. Alister Martin, VoteER’s f…
 
Why should hospitals take a dynamic approach toward technology supporting the infection prevention and control efforts of environmental services? Tune in to this week’s episode of the Transmission Control podcast and find out! Often times, hospital procedures are in direct conflict with the desired outcomes for patients. Marc-Oliver Wright joins Ju…
 
More than half of the 80 000 emergency personnel, volunteers, and recovery and cleanup workers known to have responded to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the crash site near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, have at least 1 certified physical or mental health condition related to their exposures. Firs…
 
The passing of 20 years since the 9/11 terror attacks has meant that some of the wounds cut by that day have closed — others have not. Thousands of families lost loved ones in the attacks, and their grief became part of a national tragedy. Many more have since gotten sick or even died from illnesses related to exposure to dust and debris. The attac…
 
In recognition of the 20th anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks and the Anthrax events in the weeks that followed, Dr. Josh Sharfstein talks with Dr. Tom Inglesby of the Center for Health Security about the transformational impacts these events had on public health. They discuss what the attacks revealed about the US’s vulnerabilities, how an …
 
The speed with which the news about Covid-19 changes is truly astounding. And now – we’re trying to make sense of conflicting information about boosters. Does everyone need boosters? And when should we get them? On the next Healthy You – Surviving a Pandemic host Frank Sesno is joined by Dr. Georges Benjamin the Executive Director of the American P…
 
Stephanie Desmon talks to Dr. Stephen Patrick, a pediatrician at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Tennessee, about why the focus of COVID-19 right now needs to be kids, who have suffered mightily since the pandemic began and who are now filling up children’s hospitals as many are sickened by the Delta variant. They discuss how politicians an…
 
On this episode, we dissect concerns at the southwest United States border, where health and governmental officials find themselves managing an extraordinarily complex situation, handling an increase in migration activity during a global pandemic. Pritesh Gandhi, MD, Chief Medical Officer, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and Erica Pan, MD, St…
 
In this podcast, Ed Litton summarises 10 clinical trials in 10 minutes. Ed invites you to choose, based on the title alone, whether the findings were consistent with, or contrary to, the study hypothesis. Ed discusses 10 non-covid clinical trials, all published in 2020. Notably, all of these were published in the New England Journal, JAMA or Lancet…
 
This year, National Suicide Prevention Week coincides with the 20th anniversary of 9-11. Amelia Noor-Oshiro, a Hopkins PhD candidate, is conducting research at the intersection of suicide prevention and Muslim Americans’ experiences with trauma, violence, and oppression. Stephanie Desmon talks with Noor-Oshiro about the importance of studying this …
 
If you have seen "The Little Mermaid", "Beauty In The Beast'', or even Mickey Mouse, you have seen a piece of Dave Woodman, the former Disney animation artist. Dave's childhood was difficult growing up Mormon in a small Colorado town. But, art was his physical and mental escape. He is an active artist today with an incredible story and message of r…
 
Ken Lee together with his wife Caryl Levine founded Lotus Foods in 1995, a company that focuses on importing handcrafted rice from small family farms. Ken and his team are committed to organic and regenerative practices that is generating more rice from less land, preserving valuable genetic biodiversity, saving hundreds of millions of gallons of w…
 
Burnout can manifest in many ways, starting subtly and suddenly leading to memory loss and other issues. Our guest today is passionate about burnout and the downstream impact that it has on chronic diseases. Sumana Jeddy is a content creator, influencer, and the founder and CEO of Jeddy Wellness. In this episode, you’ll hear about Sumana’s backgrou…
 
Previously, on the Body of Evidence: Jonathan asked Chris to rank medical specialties from super-amazing to garbage! As Chris finds himself lounging on a beach in Greece, we release the conclusion to this special episode. You will learn so much about pathology, cardiology and other specialties, and you will finally hear which branches of medicine C…
 
More than half of the 80 000 emergency personnel, volunteers, and recovery and cleanup workers known to have responded to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the crash site near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, have at least 1 certified physical or mental health condition related to their exposures. Pulm…
 
Sometimes, work can feel like Groundhog Day — different variations of the same thing, day after day. Same commute, same hours, same people, same conversations, same cubicle, same complaints. But then, everything changed because of COVID-19. The pandemic disrupted the way we do our jobs, whether you work at a cubicle, a diner, or a hospital. Many wo…
 
Bloomberg Assistant Professor of American Health Tiara Willie studies the HIV epidemic among Black women in the American South, particularly among those in abusive relationships. In conversation with Dr. Josh Sharfstein, Dr. Willie discusses how to make HIV prevention a standard of care to help women by improving and expanding access to trauma-info…
 
Just last week, Dr. Rochelle Walensky became the first CDC director in more than 20 years to call for federal action against gun violence. Meanwhile, President Biden both on the campaign trail and since has vowed his commitment to advancing meaningful gun reform, publishing six executive orders on the issue this April. And the NRA — long the swagge…
 
What is a microbiome? Are they helpful or are they harmful? Do they cause disease or can they cure disease? And what does diet soda have to do with them? In this episode, Dr. Joshua Sharfstein speaks to Dr. Jotham Suez from the W. Harry Feinstone Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology about the trillions of microorganisms that live ins…
 
In this podcast, Claire discusses the role of clinician communication and its impact on acute pain management. Claire explains how pain management outcomes can be optimised by enhancing patient expectations of benefit via patient-provider communication. Firstly, what we say to patients matters. Secondly, how we say it also matters. Pain is a comple…
 
Brianna Fiene is a Farm to Institution Outreach Specialist at the Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her work focuses on developing partnerships with institutions, researchers, business and industry stakeholders to create resilient value-chains critical for sustainable food-systems and regional farm t…
 
Today’s guest is a clinical doctor and a public health practitioner, who is working towards bridging the gap between these two somewhat disconnected fields. Dr. Meghan O’Connell has dedicated her life’s work to the achievement of health equity in the United States, and firmly believes that connecting clinical medicine and public health is an essent…
 
Research shows that conservatives are significantly less likely to get a COVID vaccine than liberals. Timothy Callaghan of Texas A&M’s school of public health tells Stephanie Desmon about the impact this has right now, given the Delta variant, and the implications for the future in a country where politics and science are at odds in many circles. W…
 
The pandemic not only required more Infection Prevention & Control professionals to manage the urgent call for support, but it also expedited retirement plans for many nurses who were in the high risk age group. Hospitals now find themselves struggling to fill existing positions as they attempt to expand their Infection Prevention and Control teams…
 
Energy fuels our lives in ways that seem almost magical. It can transform darkness into light, cold into warmth, water into ice. Of course, it’s science — not magic — but like magic, there are rules that must be followed. One of the fundamental laws of physics is that energy can never be created or destroyed, only converted from one form to another…
 
This week, Stephanie Desmon and Josh Sharfstein are teaming up to talk to experts about COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Today, they look through the ethical lens with Nancy Kass, a leading ethicist at Johns Hopkins. They discuss why vaccine mandates should never be Plan A, when mandates can become critically necessary and how mandates shouldn’t be put i…
 
Jean Hall is the Kentucky All Schedule Prescription Electronic Reporting (KASPER) integration project manager and has worked tirelessly with our state and many others on data sharing initiatives. Today, she describes her Pennsylvania upbringing and passion for health care technology. We also discuss how KASPER helps practitioners and pharmacists pr…
 
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