Best Simplex podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 20 recordings of Simplex Munditiis by Ben Jonson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for February 26, 2012.Ben Jonson was an English poet and playwright. He had a huge influence on both the theatre of his day and that which came after.Much of his poetry was inspired by the classical world of Ancient Greece and Rome. He also wrote a lot of satirical poetry on everyday topics, of which this poem is one such example. (Summary by Lucy Perry)
 
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System Mastery
Weekly
 
Beating dead horses, 1d6 damage at a time
 
Relevant, evidence based, and practical information for medical students, residents, and practicing healthcare providers!
 
Beating dead horses, 1d6 damage at a time
 
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Dine With Dunks
Monthly+
 
Battle rapper, food enthusiast and all round good guy Dunks sits down with guests to talk about....well.....whatever comes up. New episodes weekly with an ever evolving list of interesting guests.
 
Bi-weekly conversations with people living with or affected by an STI sharing their experience living and dating with their condition! Topics include STDs such as herpes (also known as HSV), HIV, HPV, and AIDS. If you’re newly diagnosed, this is one resource to connect with people who’ve been willing to share their experience in dating, relationships, disclosures and managing their health. Feel free to share this resource wherever the content is relevant. This STD podcast can be found on Spo ...
 
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The JNCI Podcast
Rare
 
A podcast from one of the world's top cancer journals that includes highlights from the current issue and an in-depth interview with a research expert on an important topic of the day
 
Health Professional radio gives you access to interesting and entertaining interviews, news updates, professional profiles, research updates on a broad range of topics related to health. 454422
 
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Gross BODcast
Monthly+
 
Gross BODcast is weekly podcast hosted by Katie Rismondo & Jessyca Murphy.
 
We have MOVED to our new site: GemsOfHealth.com!!! Come visit us!
 
Videos by Roche Molecular Diagnostics, Short Take Videos about Disease State - Infectious
 
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(Part 1) The media attention surrounding the publication of the initial results of WHI in 2002 led to fear and confusion regarding the use of hormonal therapy (HT) after menopause. In 2006, re-analysis of more complete data seemed to contradict the original findings. This led to a “retraction“ and re-explanation of the original data in 2007. Ho ...…
 
Source:https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-xvrcn-a53391*Trigger Warning - This interview was bumped up in light of the Surviving R. Kelly documentary. @VRFreeny shouted out the podcast on January 5, 2019 just saying for people to check it out. I haven't watched the documentary nor do I plan to. Genie, (this guest) and I had been talking abou ...…
 
Nuchal cord (NC) is common, and the vast majority of term deliveries with nuchal cord have normal outcomes. However, nuchal cord associated fetal morbidity is closely correlated to the number on nuchal cords present and the degree of “strangulation”/tightness. Even Hippocrates noted that nuchal cords could be associated with fetal loss in one o ...…
 
Source:https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-x5iig-a4e19bKellyAnne and I recorded this podcast around a time we were both doing some deep healing with traumatic events in our lives and the timing couldn't have been more perfect as we both share how we've been able to work through our healing. I took time to grieve the passing of my grandmother ...…
 
Who dies this time!? We won’t tell you it’s definitely Kindra here. Just tune in to learn more about the librarian, Rojo, and, holy shit, Pergus Frode is back!? Zombies!
 
Umbilical Artery Doppler studies are a valuable tool to assess vital well-being in the growth restricted fetus. What are the indices that are evaluated? What is the management when abnormal results are noted? In this session, we will review fetal doppler umbilical artery velocimetry. Clinical management based upon findings will also be discusse ...…
 
1997, a dark year indeed. Bad Batman movies and stuff. Seriously, it was not a good scene, unless you were crazy for middling swing music. But hey, this book came […]
 
The majority of the population in the United States take one or more dietary supplements - these include vitamins, minerals, herbals and botanicals, amino acids, enzymes, and many other products - which are not effective and possibly dangerous to one’s health. Supplements come in different forms: tablets, capsules, and powders, and even drinks. ...…
 
Dr. Mike Evangel, a Chiropractic physician, discusses the unique healing and restorative power of Tourmaline and the company's products that are infused with this element. Listen to more health-related stories and research updates at www.hpr.fm
 
Dex Gelfand, an internationally recognized leader in the field of spiritually oriented therapeutic counseling, talks about what can be done to diminish and resolve the chronic depressions and anxieties brought on by the traumas and stresses of life. Listen to more health-related stories and research updates at www.hpr.fm…
 
Dr. Lauren Streicher, Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University’s medical school, discusses the myths and common questions surrounding hormone and estrogen therapy. Listen to more health-related stories and research updates at www.hpr.fm
 
Dr Hooman Azmi, a leading expert in the treatment of PD, discusses his newly released book, co-authored with Dr. Fiona Gupta, called "Parkinson's Disease for the Hospitalist: Managing the Complex Care of a Vulnerable Population" (Lioncrest Publishing, November 19, 2018). The book was written as a reference guide for any and all healthcare provi ...…
 
In honor of World Diabetes Day on November 14, Type 1 diabetes patient Reny Partain and diabetes educator Amy Folker highlight the benefits of the recent advancements in diabetes management, as well as share both clinical and first-hand experience for those living with the condition.Routine fingersticks are critical to diabetes management and h ...…
 
Returning guest Jennifer Flynn discusses the lawsuits and action from nursing boards a nurse could face with wrongful delegation, the risks delegating to non-nurse colleagues can carry, real world case studies about wrongful delegation claims, and how as the nursing shortage continues to play out, this can become a problem. Jennifer Flynn is a ...…
 
In this episode, which is part 2, we will cover the role of “prophylactic” red blood cell transfusion during pregnancy. We will also cover the medical management of sickle cell crisis, and wrap up the episode with notes on intrapartum and postpartum care.
 
The year 2017 is one of the deadliest flu season for the past two decades. As we enter another flu season, the need for fast and accurate flu testing is more important than ever. Getting a speedy diagnosis and starting treatment within 48 hours can help you bounce back faster. Here’s Dr. Douglas L. Ambler and Dr. Norman Moore with some tips for ...…
 
Dr. Maria B. Schiavone (gynecologic oncologist) and Deyka Torres (cervical cancer survivor) bring awareness to encourage all to get screened for cancer and the importance of early detection. Listen to more health-related stories and research updates at www.hpr.fm
 
Dr. Carol Satler discusses the recent (Nov 2018) FDA approval of Gamifant® (emapalumab-lzsg), the first and only treatment indicated for primary hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). Listen to more health-related stories and research updates at www.hpr.fm
 
Sickle cell disease is the most common inherited condition worldwide. Sickle cell disease carries unique maternal and fetal risks during pregnancy. In this episode, which is part 1, we will review preconception care, medication use in pregnancy, and review specific obstetrical complications associated with the condition. (Reference: CDC, SMFM, ...…
 
Source:https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-drvzw-a42351Self Love Coach, Danielle Bryan (@Daniellebryanxo on Instagram) shares so many gems from her experience navigating the darkest time of her life and learning the ongoing lessons from that time to apply that to helping others. She remains committed to learning her own magic and guiding wom ...…
 
Tulkh foolishly goes off on his own after watching Hestizo finally do something useful? Madness! Speaking of madness, what’s going on with our favorite tree librarian? Could it be…. space […]
 
CEO of Updox, Michael Morgan discusses why healthcare providers have to offer consumers a choice beyond portals, why a secure SMS text solution better reaches patients where they are - on their mobile phones (without the need for an app), and how providers can stop playing phone tag and better engage patients with HIPAA-compliant texting for ap ...…
 
Dr. Shankar Musunuri, Ph.D., MBA, CEO and Co-founder of Ocugen, Inc., discusses the Company’s lead clinical candidate (OCU300) that is currently in Phase 3 for patients with ocular graft versus host disease (oGVHD) and is the first and only therapeutic with orphan drug designation for oGVHD, and the Company’s second lead candidate (OCU310) whic ...…
 
CEO of Neem Biotech, Dr. Graham Dixon discusses the presentations at the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Conference on Biofilms and the North American Cystic Fibrosis (NACF) Conference on a new way to enhance antibiotic effectiveness by reducing biofilms and bacterial virulence more broadly for the development of novel antimicrobial tre ...…
 
To build awareness for what the holidays can be like for people with chronic diseases (like MS), Erin Boyt talks about the unique challenges the season can bring. Erin is a 43-year-old woman who was diagnosed with MS at age 27; she is heavily involved in the development of GatherMS in her local community (Atlanta, GA) and is passionate about pa ...…
 
The interpregnancy interval provides an ideal opportunity to discuss interventions which can maximize maternal as well as neonatal outcomes. Do you know at which interpregnancy interval adverse neonatal outcomes are highest? Is interpregnancy interval associated with higher TOLAC risk? In this session, we will summarize the ACOG obstetric care ...…
 
At what gestational age does the uterus become responsive to oxytocin? Can Pitocin result in hypertension or HYPOtension?...And who was Sir Henry Dale? In this podcast, we will review the origins, development, pharmacology, and potential adverse affects of synthetic oxytocin.
 
Source:https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ripd9-a39f14There is no known cure for herpes at the time of recording of this podcast. This is me sharing my experience in how a sense of community has played a huge role in my own healing process. It hit me when I read Sex At Dawn by Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jetha. Originally I was seeking it ...…
 
We’re back from Christmas vacation, and what are we returning to? All these damned zombies, bein’ gross and eatin’ eyeballs. The action heats up as Hestizo finally does some fighting, […]
 
Source:https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-nr384-a36fb1There comes a time where we spend so much time being drained by negative emotions that we just get tired. In that space we begin to discover something inside ourselves, a desire for change. Devin shares just how her being tired led to her discovery of her own power through one of the mos ...…
 
Is Digoxin routinely used for peripartum cardiomyopathy? Can women who had peripartum cardiomyopathy take oral contraceptive pills? In this episode, which, is part 2, we will answer these questions as well as cover the workup, management, and prognosis of peripartum cardiomyopathy (Reference: Obstet Gynecol. Jan 2019).…
 
(Part 1): Peripartum cardiomyopathy occurs in about 1 in 2,000 births in the United States. Although relatively rare, it can be devastating to the mother. In this session we will summarize the January 2019 clinical expert series on peripartum cardiomyopathy from Dr. Gary Cunningham, et al (Obstet Gynecol. Jan 2019).…
 
We’re back from our very needed rest and relaxation, and working harder than ever to fill your ears with reviews of roleplaying games. This time we’re talking the Y2K bug […]
 
Did you know the common, modern-day, colloquial expression about “blowing smoke up someone’s A$$” actually has a medical origin? Yep... it was a real therapy! In this podcast, we will review the bizarre practice, that made its way into modern vernacular.
 
In 2013, the ACOG released a comprehensive review on hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. In January 2019, the College re-visits gestational hypertension and preeclampsia and gives important updates. In this podcast, we will review 2 very clinically applicable aspects of intrapartum care for patients with gestational hypertension and preeclamps ...…
 
Source:https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-t93n2-a2e5c5Jenelle Marie Pierce, the Tatted STD Warrior herself, founder of The STD Project and the Herpes Activist Network HANDS is such a wealth of experiences having done so much work in the Sexual Health community. We talk about rejection as an opportunity of reflection, putting ourselves out o ...…
 
Alcohol use during pregnancy is well studied with well stated warnings. But what about alcohol use during breastfeeding? What’s the data on that? In the session, we will review alcohol intake by the mother during breastfeeding and take a look at some accepted recommendations.
 
This is part 2 of our review of the ACOG practice bulletin #203. In this session, we will review low-dose aspirin for preeclampsia prevention, as well as target blood pressure goals for medical management of chronic hypertension in pregnancy. We will end this podcast with a quick word about NSAIDS for postpartum pain control in hypertensive pat ...…
 
Recent recommendations from the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and the American Heart Association (AHA) have changed the criteria for diagnosing hypertension in adults. In January 2019, the ACOG will release Practice Bulletin #203 addressing these changes, and provide renewed guidance for management of chronic hypertension in pregnancy. T ...…
 
OK, so your pregnant patient comes to you with persistent itching between the fingers and toes and you suspect scabies. Which medication is safe to use in pregnancy? This is a brief review of scabies in pregnancy and its accepted medical treatments.
 
Genitourinary syndrome of menopause causes a significant disruption in quality of life for many menopausal women. The ACOG and NAMS endorse vaginal estrogen to relieve local symptoms. However, the FDA has a current Black Box warning on vaginal estrogen. This podcast will cover brand new data from the Nurses Health Study, released December 20, 2 ...…
 
Episode 38 Self-Acceptance got a lot of positive feedback. With the energy surrounding that episode, I wanna be sure that people are getting more of what they need and make use of that. This video is just talking about an episode we recorded, self-compassion. Live from the spfpp studios with Arielle.…
 
Source:https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ndwmv-a27868Functional Medicine Consultant Dr. Lacey Chittle shares information with us to best use our greatest healing tool, our body, to ease the symptoms of illnesses. This does include ways to boost the immune system to combat HSV expressions through the physical body. We're not talking about c ...…
 
Source:https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-pyfwp-a27827This episode has two very important parts. Many questions come in about disclosure to a non positive partner and many of us have been depressed or have been depressed about our diagnosis. This episode will definitely assist you in navigating some of those questions from the couple we int ...…
 
Hey the last thing we’re making this year, so we made sure to load it up with fresh buttered poop humor, just for your holidays. Hestizo and Tulkh make discoveries […]
 
Hey the last thing we’re making this year, so we made sure to load it up with fresh buttered poop humor, just for your holidays. Hestizo and Tulkh make discoveries […]
 
As legal access to marijuana continues expanding across the US, more researchers are studying the effects of tetrahydrocannabinol, (THC), in teens, adults and pregnant women. New research from Duke Health suggests men in their child-bearing years should also consider how THC could impact their sperm and possibly the children they conceive durin ...…
 
Lichen Planus is a chronic inflammatory mucocutaneous disorder that can affect the mouth, vulva, vagina, and anus. Wickham’s Striae are characteristic of mucosal involvement. Biopsy is often needed to confirm the diagnosis and rule out other neoplastic conditions. The more afflicting type of Lichen Planus is erosive lichen planus. In this sessi ...…
 
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