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Vax Talk is the podcast for people who want to do something about outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and who understand that knowledge is power. We will discuss the latest news about vaccines and the impact they have on our communities, our families, and our friendships.
 
Are You ready to join the Wellness Rebellion? Achieve optimal health and wellness by utilizing the dynamic design of the human body! You are built to be healthy! Don't believe what the "medical model" tells you. Focus on the cause of your symptoms, don't just numb them with a lotion or potion. Dr Bergman reveals natural solutions for chronic conditions in America today. Educate yourself!
 
Kids Healthcast is a pediatric podcast for parents. It is recorded by Indiana University Pediatric residents at Riley Hospital for Children. It covers health topics parents may be interested in a monthly half hour mp3-format podcast. Each month includes Health News, Medical Trivia, Parenting tips, and two segments on children's health ranging from constipation to normal newborn development and lots of information in between.
 
Natural MD Radio is your place to hear the whole truth on health and natural medicine for women and children, and get the tools you need to take back your health starting now. The focus of this show is women's health, fitness, beauty, natural living, and natural medicine for children. Dr. Romm dishes on everything from thyroid and hormone problems to the truth about antibiotics and vaccinations.
 
There are a lot of fads, blogs and strong opinions, but then there’s SCIENCE. Science Vs is the show from Gimlet Media that finds out what’s fact, what’s not, and what’s somewhere in between. We do the hard work of sifting through all the science so you don't have to. This season we tackle football concussions, heartbreak, 5G networks, sleep, free healthcare, police use of force, asteroids and more.
 
DNA science. Artificial intelligence. Smartphones and 3D printers. Science and technology have transformed the world we live in. But how did we get here? It wasn’t by accident. Well, sometimes it was. It was also the result of hard work, teamwork, and competition. And incredibly surprising moments. Hosted by bestselling author Steven Johnson (“How We Got To Now”), American Innovations uses immersive scenes to tell the stories of the scientists, engineers, and ordinary people behind the great ...
 
Welcome to Revolution Health with Dr. Jason Dean where we are Waking Up the World to the lies you are being told about your health and the hidden truths you need to save yourself and your family. You are blasted with propaganda everyday by Big Pharma and the Medical Industrial Complex who are corrupt to the core and have invaded and bought out your government. We are exposing the deceit to help you free your mind and your health and leave the Sick Care paradigm for good. You are now entering ...
 
A daily news show from the publisher of The Monthly and The Saturday Paper. Hear from the country’s best reporters, covering the news as it affects Australia. This is news with narrative, every weekday.
 
“Why live an ordinary life, when you can live an extraordinary one?” Tony Robbins, the #1 Life and Business Strategist, has helped over 50 million people from 100 countries create real and lasting change in their lives. In this podcast, he shares proven strategies and tactics so you, too, can achieve massive results in your business, relationships, health and finances. In addition to excerpts from his signature events and other exclusive, never-before-released audio content, Tony and his tea ...
 
Leading science journalists provide a daily minute commentary on some of the most interesting developments in the world of science. For a full-length, weekly podcast you can subscribe to Science Talk: The Podcast of Scientific American . To view all of our archived podcasts please go to www.scientificamerican.com/podcast
 
The a16z Podcast discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future – especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This podcast is produced by Andreessen Horowitz (aka “a16z”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Multiple episodes are released every week; visit a16z.com for more details and to sign up for our newsletters and other content as well!
 
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While the world waits for a COVID-19 vaccine, children across the globe are going without shots already known to be life-saving. With the world in disarray due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of children vaccinated this year against infections like diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, measles and pneumococcal disease has fallen to levels not seen s…
 
Amid growing concerns that he's politicizing the virus, President Trump claims that there will be enough vaccines for all Americans by April. With 30 states moving in the wrong direction for new cases, the CDC reverses it's previous guidance on asymptomatic testing after a firestorm of criticism. Trump doubles down on his attacks of the FBI Directo…
 
JPR takes you into his office and the hospital to experience more about what it's like to catch pneumococcal disease. Is this a deadly disease, or a common childhood illness? Is the vaccine creating more resistance strains of this germ? And what about the vaccine ingredients: is there anything concerning in this shot you should be aware of? What ar…
 
Poorer countries may not see the vaccine reach them as fast as richer countries, say experts. We speak to one doctor in India, at the centre of record-breaking coronavirus cases. Plus, wildfires continue to burn across America's west coast, with smoke reaching as far as Europe. Plus, Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, will soon have a new voice - Ind…
 
Sarah Gilbert started working on a vaccine for Covid-19 just as soon as the virus genome was sequenced. Within weeks, she had a proof of principle. By early April, her team at the Jenner Institute in Oxford had manufactured hundreds of doses ready for use in clinical trials. In phase one of these trials, completed in July, this vaccine was shown to…
 
When a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, it's a complex process to distribute it and make it accessible to everyone who needs it. Dr. William Moss of Johns Hopkins University joins us to discuss. And, classical composer Brandon Keith Brown talks about racism in the classical music world and how to diversify the genre.…
 
Given the continuing high cost to societies of the coronavirus pandemic in lost lives and economic hardship, dozens of potential vaccines are being developed and tested at record pace. The top US infectious diseases expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, says it’s unlikely but "not impossible" that a Covid-19 vaccine could win approval in October - an aim champ…
 
Vaccines are normally in the realm of scientists; but not this time as world leaders race to be the first. (00:50) Brexit is heating up, but is the government in a stronger position than it seems? (13:35) And a modern day Caligula - the life and times of the Thai king Rama X. (22:40) With journalist Matthew Lynn; immunologist Beate Kampmann; our po…
 
This episode we will go over the know causes and the known solutions. I the highly censored world, there are some things that cannot be talked about, like vitamin C or 5 G, or independant thought. THis episode we will talk about the why behind the censorship of life saving information, and expose your bodies natural ability to regenerate. Don't mis…
 
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, popularly known as the Mormon church, has a troubled history with racial discrimination. We speak to two Mormons, Black and white, about how they're talking about race in their church after protests against racism sparked a worldwide movement. And, beavers are inadvertently contributing to climate ch…
 
Researchers say it's clear that the destructive fires in Oregon, California and Washington are being fueled by climate change. But what does that really look like? We speak with climate scientist Park Williams, who wrote a paper last year that looks closely at the connections between climate change and fire activity. Also, Chinese classical pianist…
 
A listener asked how making Brains On is different during the pandemic. So with this episode we're giving you a peek into how we're making the show while staying safe. Spoiler alert: we're doing it all from our homes! What's the best way to record crystal clear sound at home? (Hint: Lots of soft surfaces!) How do we make sound effects? How do we ge…
 
For decades, presidential candidates have been coy about who they would put on the Supreme Court, sticking with the tradition of consulting with Senate on the choice. Not Donald Trump. It was one of Trump’s most successful political innovations in 2016: he promised to pick a future Supreme Court justice from a set list of conservative legal minds t…
 
(NEW YORK) — A New York City police officer was charged on Monday with being an “intelligence asset” for the Chinese government who agreed to spy on U.S. supporters of the Tibetan independence movement. Baimadajie Angwang, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Tibet, worked since 2018 as an agent for the People’s Republic of China in its effort to suppre…
 
Which are the companies that will rewrite the rules and help rebuild the economy in 2020 and beyond? The Spectator and Julius Baer have come together once again to celebrate creative entrepreneurship across the UK. On this podcast, The Spectator's business columnist Martin Vander Weyer talks to a panel of high profile judges from the business world…
 
The Trump administration’s bid to block the Chinese app has been stymied—for now. The tussle reflects a change in how America does business, and how the internet itself may evolve. Migration in the Mediterranean is picking up again; the pandemic is making it even more perilous and political. And Japan’s canned-coffee obsession steams ahead in forei…
 
A version of this article first appeared in The D.C. Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. In one of my former jobs, we had an unofficial list of analogies that we simply didn’t use. Political copy didn’t talk about the upcoming “battle” or any “fights to the death” or efforts to …
 
Neil Ferguson is known to many as Professor Lockdown. The mathematical models he created to predict the spread of Covid-19 were influential but, he says, it took him quite a long time to be persuaded that full lockdown was a good idea. A physicist by training, Neil switched from studying string theory to the spread of disease and presented scientif…
 
The United States deaths is about to reach 200,000 as Trump gives himself "an A+" for his "on the job" pandemic performance. The Trump earlier said, "We've done a phenomenal job." United States has 4 percent of the world's population, but 21 percent of coronavirus deaths. Trump supporters boo Ohio republican for encouraging them to wear masks. The …
 
Do algorithms run the world? Nowadays we measure the amount of data we generate in zettabytes - that's 1 followed by 21 zeroes. This data, in turn, powers algorithms that are getting more and more sophisticated at predicting our behaviour, and are making ever more decisions for us. What does this mean for our society, privacy, and even our inner se…
 
The United States on brink of 200,000 coronavirus deaths as the rate of new cases rises in 28 states. The CDC abruptly reverses new guidance on airborne coronavirus transmission and claims that the update that was posted just days ago was "in error." The United States could top seven million coronavirus cases by the end of the week. A key model low…
 
This week we're looking at the key states in the US election, starting with Pennsylvania. Our live guests include Kimberly Adams, radio correspondent and host of Marketplace on American Public Media, Dr Caprice Roberts, visiting Professor of Law at George Washington University, Salena Zito, reporter for the Washington Examiner in Pittsburgh and Jen…
 
Our old pal Michael Wann of Susquehanna Alchemy returns to THC to talk about his most recent rabbit hole of synchronistic connections, power players, and conspiratorial events. Definitely follow along with the slides he provided if you'd like to get a better idea of the big picture:By Greg Carlwood
 
Public health crises have spawned conspiracy theories as far back as when the Black Death ravaged Europe in the 1300s, as people desperately try to make sense of the chaotic forces disrupting their lives. While modern science offers a better understanding of how diseases infect people and how to contain them, COVID-19 conspiracy theories are spread…
 
Justice Ginsburg’s dissents were often even more powerful than her voice when she was in the majority. She described them as “appealing to the intelligence of a future day.” She never stopped believing in that better future or that the law provided a vehicle for moving the country forward. This was never truer than when she found herself in the min…
 
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