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The practice of medicine goes far beyond clinic walls. The Innovations Podcast looks at the biggest issues facing healthcare today. Each episode offers the opportunity to see the ever-changing world of health and wellness through new eyes. Our experts offer out-of-the-box solutions to some nagging questions
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CoRDS Cast

Sanford CoRDS

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This is CoRDS Cast, a rare disease podcast created by the team at Sanford Research. Our rare disease registry, CoRDS, connects patients and researchers everywhere. Here, you'll hear interviews with patients, patient advocates, physicians, and researchers to raise awareness about the 7,000 rare conditions affecting 1 in 10 people worldwide.
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One in Eight is a health podcast series by Edith Sanford Breast Center that takes a closer look at important topics from cancer prevention and diagnosis to treatment. According to the latest research, 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime. These brand-new conversations shed light on awareness and feature expertise from Sanford Health providers that could save your life or the life of someone you love.
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Dr. Kiki's Science Hour is an in-depth exploration of scientific topics ranging from climate change to nanotech. Every week neurophysiologist Dr. Kirsten Sanford talks with leading experts in all areas of scientific research. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
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Dr. Kiki's Science Hour is an in-depth exploration of scientific topics ranging from climate change to nanotech. Every week neurophysiologist Dr. Kirsten Sanford talks with leading experts in all areas of scientific research. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
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Stem cell science is changing medicine and our understanding of human development. The Stem Cell Channel takes you into the labs where cutting edge-research takes place, introduces you to the scientists leading the way, and breaks down how these amazing discoveries impact everyday life and health.
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The Everything ECE Podcast, brought to you by Early Learning Foundations, is a podcast for early childhood educators and leaders. If you work in a child care, preschool or kindergarten setting, The Everything ECE Podcast will provide you with inspiration and actionable steps with professional and personal tips and tricks to find that ideal work-life balance. Join host, Carla Ward, each week as she brings you early childhood topics to help enhance your program and teacher life. The Everything ...
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Murder Dictionary

Brianna Miera

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MURDER DICTIONARY {mer-der dik-she-ner-e} : a humorous discussion between true crime fanatics : an exploration of multiple cases based on the weekly topic, following the letter sequence of the alphabet : a great excuse for the podcast hosts to call their morbid curiosities "research"
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EA Talks

Peter Gebauer and Patrick Brinich-Langlois

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Effective Altruism is a social movement dedicated to finding ways you can best help others, whether through your charitable donations, career choices, or volunteer projects. EA Talks features presentations and discussions that can help you find something you're excited about. Lately, we've been focusing a lot on new opportunities in pandemic prevention, charity entrepreneurship, and AI safety. But we also have talks on other important topics like animal welfare, global health, nuclear securi ...
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It was almost 4 years ago when our worlds were flipped upside down. We went from living our lives unmasked and in close proximity to others to, almost overnight, keeping our distance and being masked up. Even though it was another life ago, we are still working through the consequences of COVID-19, especially for our youngest learners. Socio-emotio…
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Angelica Celinska from The Voice of Early Childhood joins Carla Ward to talk about advocacy for Early Childhood. It doesn't have to be big, grand and scary, but we can still step outside our comfort zone and make a big impact. Angelica shares actionable ways that we can make a difference. Show Notes: https://www.elfoundations.com/131…
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Beck Goodman joins Carla Ward on The Everything ECE Podcast to talk about how to build early literacy skills in a play-based, child-led environment. This podcast is a must listen as educators have the ability to bring a love of literacy into the lives of children, if done correctly. Beck shares tons of examples, tips and tricks that educators can i…
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Candi Vajana joins Carla Ward on The Everything ECE Podcast to discuss her career as a nanny and how she combatted the stigma as a babysitter, a struggle for nannies and Early Childhood Educators alike. She shares her experience as a nanny working with high-net-worth families and how her consultancy and specialized training, The Experienced Nanny, …
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Lisa Lalonde joins podcast host, Carla Ward, to engage in a comprehensive exploration of Early Childhood Education (ECE), offering a full 360-degree view of the profession. They address the prevalent issue of ECEs deserving higher pay but go beyond that, delving into the various push and pull factors influencing whether individuals in this professi…
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Hanna Mikkola, M.D., Ph.D., shares her work in hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) and their complex renewal process. Her research aims to unravel these cells' behavior in mice and humans, offering potential insights for future medical advancements. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 39258]…
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Mathew Blurton-Jones presents CRISPR-based interventions for a rare brain disorder in mice by substituting defective brain cells with healthy ones. He details experiments demonstrating the efficacy of corrected cells in mitigating brain pathologies. Blurton-Jones emphasizes the need for cautious translation to human trials, advocating gradual cell …
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In this episode, we sit down with Kisa Marx, an extraordinary educator and childcare owner whose journey in 2023 took an unexpected turn when she began to heed the whispers of the universe. Join us as Kisa shares her remarkable story of discovery, from her initial steps as an educator to the pivotal moment when she realized there was something more…
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Anna Beaudin, Ph.D., delves into the intricacies of how prenatal inflammation impacts the immune system's blueprint, shaping its long-term function. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 39257]By UCTV: UC San Diego
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Carla Ward, host of The Everything ECE Podcast, explores the vital role early childhood educators play in understanding and nurturing children's emotional development. Beginning with a discussion on emotional milestones and the impact of the pandemic, Carla emphasizes the neurological foundations of emotional regulation, involving key areas like th…
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In this episode, I speak to Jonah C. Evans about the ideas of Austrian social reformer, architect, and Christian esotericist Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) and how they relate to Jung's psychology. Jonah is a priest and director of the seminary of the Christian Community in North America based in Toronto. The Christian Community is an international Chr…
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Lynn Roemeling is a friendly, familiar face inside the Sanford Oncology Hematology and Infusion Clinic in Sioux Falls. She is a patient access representative, which is a position she’s held with pride for 13 years. But in June of 2020, that job – and life outside of work – came to a pause. Suddenly, Roemeling was the patient and started her care at…
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Carla Ward is joined by Instructional Designer and Enneagram coach, Alyssa Sanford to talk about the different Enneagram types and the personalities that they each represent. Alyssa dives into how knowing one's enneagram and that of their team members can really amplify and improve team dynamics. Show Notes: elfoundations.com/125…
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CIRM-funded Alpha Stem Cell Clinics are a network of California medical centers that specialize in delivering stem cell clinical trials to patients. In this fascinating panel, clinic directors discuss advanced treatments, therapies like gene editing, and sharing knowledge and creating networks across the country for better patient care.Featuring:Ge…
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Author and Early Childhood speaker, Stacy Benge, joins Carla Ward on the podcast this week to talk about her new book, The Whole Child Alphabet, and how educators can bring the alphabet to play and WHY it's so important. The tips she shares are perfect for when parents ask how their child is learning their alphabet in a play-based program. Show Not…
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Experts discuss the immense potential of conducting experiments and manufacturing goods in space. They explore how this could enhance our understanding of health issues, unveil new discoveries, and produce innovative technology for use on Earth. The conversation encompasses collaborations between various industries and scientists, aiming to explore…
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Clive Svendsen, Ph.D., leads groundbreaking experiments using stem cell transplants, uncovering unexpected findings. These trials aimed at improving ALS treatments, revealed higher success with upper motor neuron transplants compared to spinal cord methods. Svendsen's exploration of cortical transplants hints at a potential breakthrough. Moreover, …
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Lisa Eyler, Ph.D., Colin Depp, Ph.D., Joe Garbanzos, M.B.A., and Irving Tragen, J.D., address various aspects of resilience, ageism, and healthy aging. They emphasize the need to challenge ageist stereotypes and create inclusive communities that support people of all ages. The importance of storytelling, community initiatives, and a commitment to c…
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In this episode of The Everything ECE Podcast, Adva Hanan joins Carla Ward to discuss the need for ECE Coaching. Adva dives into how an ECE coach can help teachers level up and find work-life balance. She shares her experiences as an educator and breaks down the qualities to look for in a coach. Tune in to gain insights on the benefits of coaching …
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Explore ways to keep your brain and body in good shape as you get older.Alison Moore, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P., Steve Cummings, M.D., Steve Hornberger, M.S.W., and Judy Pa, Ph.D. discuss the impacts of exercise, eating well, staying socially active, taking vitamins, and even trying new activities like learning a new language or playing music. Series:…
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In this episode of The Everything ECE Podcast, we attempt to bust myths and raise awareness about head lice infestations — a common yet stigmatized issue. We are joined by Ilene Steinberg, also known as the Lice Queen, whose expertise in lice treatment spans over 20 years. Together, we delve into topics varying from the reasons behind itching, dete…
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Hans Clevers, M.D., Ph.D., shares his research at the intersection of medicine and biology. Clevers discusses revolutionary advances in personalized medicine, where patient-specific treatments can be developed by studying small samples of patients' tissues. He explores the role of specialized cells known as "best for cells" in gastrointestinal heal…
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Alison Moore, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P., discusses the keys to healthy aging: staying active, mentally engaged, socially connected, having a positive outlook, and being resilient. Dr. Moore emphasizes the importance of these factors for a long and healthy life. Series: "Stein Institute for Research on Aging" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 39347]…
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Siddhartha Jaiswal, M.D., Ph.D., discusses clonal hematopoiesis and its impact on aging and diseases. Jaiswal highlights the role of genetic variations, focusing on a specific gene, TET2, and its link to clonal expansion. He explains that certain genetic variations can slow clonal expansion, potentially offering insights into treatments or interven…
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Astronaut Peggy Whitson, Ph.D., and Lisa Carnell, Ph.D., discuss various aspects of space exploration, life in microgravity, and the future of space science and research. They delve into the challenges astronauts face, from taste differences in space to innovative 3D printing solutions. The conversation also highlights the importance of stem cell r…
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Ronald DePinho, M.D., explains how telomerase, typically linked to telomere maintenance, serves as a transcriptional co-activator in the brain. Epigenetic repression of TERT, the gene for telomerase, occurs with aging, contributing to aging hallmarks like cellular senescence and inflammation. DePinho's team developed a compound that reactivates TER…
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Ronald DePinho, M.D., explains how telomerase, typically linked to telomere maintenance, serves as a transcriptional co-activator in the brain. Epigenetic repression of TERT, the gene for telomerase, occurs with aging, contributing to aging hallmarks like cellular senescence and inflammation. DePinho's team developed a compound that reactivates TER…
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In this episode of The Everything ECE Podcast, Nonie Lesaux, co-founder of the Saul Zaentz Early Education Initiative, joins the podcast. Nonie shares the incredible work they are doing to revolutionize early education, from groundbreaking studies on early learning and development to a professional learning academy for leaders in the field. Nonie a…
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Leonard Zon, M.D., discusses cutting-edge research on the intricate relationship between macrophages, stem cells, and the development of leukemia using the zebrafish model. He delves into the fascinating interactions between these cell types, highlighting the role of a "don't eat me" signal and the influence of the leukemic niche. Through cellular …
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Leonard Zon, M.D., discusses cutting-edge research on the intricate relationship between macrophages, stem cells, and the development of leukemia using the zebrafish model. He delves into the fascinating interactions between these cell types, highlighting the role of a "don't eat me" signal and the influence of the leukemic niche. Through cellular …
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What drives longevity? Explore the keys to healthy aging in this panel discussion featuring leading experts in public health, nutrition, and medicine. You'll get a comprehensive analysis of how lifestyle choices, diet, and exercise profoundly impact our healthspan and longevity. The panelists discuss the significance of the Mediterranean diet, the …
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S. Jay Olshansky, Ph.D., shares how science is unlocking the secrets of aging. Learn how we can live healthier and longer lives by understanding the biology of aging. Find out about potential breakthroughs and the impact of genetics on diseases like cancer and Alzheimer's. Explore the "longevity dividend" and the quest to compress the "red zone" of…
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Join Carla Ward and guest, Allyx Schiavone, as they dive feet-first into the crisis in education and the urgent need for change. Without action, the situation will only worsen. They discuss being mission-driven and Allyx shares an innovative strategy they are doing in New Haven, Connecticut, to increase ECE wages without charging parents more. List…
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Anthony Lim, M.D., J.D. shares the keys to vibrant health. Dr. Lim shares methods to prevent kidney stones, tackle fatty liver disease through a whole-food, plant-based diet, and more. Learn how food choices can transform your well-being and get practical solutions. Series: "Stein Institute for Research on Aging" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 390…
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Are you curious about the future of medical treatments and how they might impact your health? Malcolm Moos, Jr., M.D., Ph.D., shares how cellular therapies are revolutionizing medical treatments. Explore how cells hold the potential to provide new hope for individuals facing various health challenges. Delve into the concept of personalized medicine…
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Aparna Bhaduri, Ph.D., shares insights into human brain development and its intricate processes. Explore the intriguing reappearance of developmental cell elements in brain cancers like glioblastoma. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38329]By UCTV: UC San Diego
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In this episode, I speak to Pia Chaudhari about her book Dynamis of Healing: Patristic Theology and the Psyche published by Fordham University Press. Pia holds a doctorate in theology from the Department of Psychiatry & Religion at Union Theological Seminary in New York. Her research interests include theological anthropology, depth psychology, pro…
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In this episode, Carla Ward is joined by special guest Klavdija Svet. Together, they discuss the fascinating world of kindergarten education, discussing the similarities and differences they've observed across the globe. Klavdija shares the mission of Kindergartens International, which aims to globally empower early childhood educators through lear…
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Toshihiro Kobayashi, Ph.D., presents his research on the mechanisms driving cell fate choices in early mammalian embryos. He also discusses the potential application of these principles in future regenerative medicine. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38328]By UCTV: UC San Diego
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In this episode of The Everything ECE Podcast, Carla delves into the importance of documentation in early childhood education with guest, Ron Grady. They discuss the value of systematic recording and documentation to observe the evolution of children's practices within a community. They emphasize the need for reflection and mental health in educato…
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Explore aging's impact on well-being with Barton Palmer, Ph.D. Learn how resilience, optimism, and social connections shape happiness in later life. Discover practical interventions like mindfulness and value-driven actions. Understand the role of positive psychology and spirituality. Delve into adapting interventions for cognitive changes. Gain va…
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In this episode, Carla interviews Elena Loson from Nube Lab in Chile. Nube Lab is a trailblazing organization that seamlessly blends the arts with education. Elena shares their remarkable journey, from intuitive beginnings to holistic community engagement. Nube Lab offers extracurricular programs, teacher training, and creative curriculum units tha…
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