Best allergy and clinical immunology podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
 
JACI Podcasts highlight recent publications in selected areas, and feature discussions with the authors, Editors and other experts.
 
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Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice
 
JACI: In Practice presents free Audio Summaries for each issue.
 
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Lifestyle Overnight with David Prior
 
National Allergy Strategy launches potentially life-saving online training for food service industry - Around one in 20 children (0-5 years), and one in 50 adults are affected by food allergy - Food-induced anaphylaxis has doubled in the last 10 years - Hospital admissions for food-induced anaphylaxis have increased five-fold over the last 20 y ...…
 
Photo: Flickr, Working Word The latest research shows that more than half of all children are, at least on occasion, directly involved in bullying as a perpetrator, victim, or both. No child is immune. Children of every race, gender, grade and socio-economic sector are impacted. Victims of bullying have an increased risk of depression, suicide, ...…
 
(Photo by John Moore, Getty Images) On this edition of the Line One we discuss placebos and the work of Dr. Fabrizio Benedetti and others, who are researching the mechanisms behind placebo effects. Our guest is Dr. Virginia Campbell, creator of the Brain Science Podcast. LISTEN HERE HOST: Dr. Thad Woodard GUESTS: Virginia Campbell, MD is an eme ...…
 
Photo: Flickr- Raul Pacheco-Vega National HIV testing day is June 27th. Do you know your HIV status? Are at risk and do you know how to get tested if you are at risk? We’ll talk about all that and more on Line One’s yearly HIV/AIDS update. LISTEN HERE HOST: Dr. Thad Woodard GUESTS: Terri Bramel PA-C, Clinical Specialist at Alaska Native Health ...…
 
Hamilton is looking to roll out a program that would see 50 restaurants become part of their epinephrine auto injectors program, having epipens on site. This comes as the city is looking at reducing the number of food allergy deaths. Is this a great idea? Should all public spaces have epipens on hand? Guest - Dr. Joseph Greenbaum, Hamilton Alle ...…
 
Breast cancer awareness pin; Flickr: Williami5 Breast cancer results from the both genetic and environmental factors. This program hosts a discussion on the chemicals in our environment and the origins of breast cancer. Can they be avoided? What else can we do to limit our exposure? Let’s talk about it on this next Line One. LISTEN HERE HOST: D ...…
 
On Jan. 5, an expert panel sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), issued new clinical guidelines regarding the prevention of peanut allergies in children. The guidelines are based on groundbreaking studies conducted in recent years. The panel issued three ...…
 
Every Alaskan child deserves and is entitled to receive appropriate educational services through the public education system. For some kids however, standard educational approaches are not able to meet their unique needs. Fortunately, resources are available to assist these children and their families so they can achieve their full potential. P ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD This program was recorded at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) Conference in Atlanta, Georgia and provides perspectives from key opinion leaders in the fields of allergy, asthma, and immunology. Faculty discuss the 50-year anniversary of the discovery of IgE, including the history behind th ...…
 
In today’s world of varying flu strains, asthmatics just can’t seem to get a breather. A new study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology found that people with asthma exhibit worse symptoms when they get the flu because they have weaker immune systems. In turn, the flu can also worsen asthma symptoms, so the flu season can ...…
 
Millions of people who are allergic to pollen experience an itchy mouth as well as other oral symptoms when they eat certain fruits and vegetables. This condition is called oral allergy syndrome (OAS) and can make eating these foods unpleasant and sometimes possibly dangerous. Today pediatric allergist Dr. Ray Davis returns to the show to talks ...…
 
On this episode, Sue talks with board certified allergist/immunologist Michael Borts, MD about things parents should know regarding physician-supervised oral food challenges. Baked Egg Food Challenge At some point, your allergist may suggest conducting an oral food challenge for your child. The prospect can be quite frightening, but the diagnos ...…
 
Photo from Flickr user Moiggi Interactive Speech, language, and swallowing disorders result from a variety of causes including brain injury, hearing loss, developmental delay, cleft palate, or emotional issues. Dr Thad Woodard discusses the work of speech language pathologists in helping diagnose and treat disorders of speech, language, and swa ...…
 
Photo by Guillaume Paumier, accessed via Wikimedia Commons. The CDC reports that suicide is the third leading cause of death among people ages 10 to 14 and the second leading cause of death for people 15-24. According to the 2016 Alaska Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YBRS), 20% of Alaska teens seriously considered suicide and almost 11% attempted ...…
 
Photo: Flickr, Enrique Saldivar Adverse childhood experiences have been linked to risky health behaviors, chronic health conditions, low life potential, and early death. As the number of adverse childhood experiences increases, so does the risk for these outcomes. On the next Line One program the topic is the Mat-Su Health Foundation report on ...…
 
Why You Should Listen: In this episode, you will learn about parasites; how they are contracted, what they do in the body, and how to approach treating them. About My Guest: My guest for this episode is Dr. Todd Watts, DC. Dr. Todd A. Watts is a national board certified Chiropractic Physician in Idaho, a Functional Wellness Practitioner and is ...…
 
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Line One: Your Health Connection
 
Karen works on a lesson with in-hospital teacher Christianne Morgan at The Children’s Hospital at Providence. Having a child with a severe emotional or behavioral problem is a challenging thing for a family. Social anxiety, anger outbursts, depression, and low self esteem, isolation, and electronics obsession can all be very real problems for y ...…
 
Our immune system does an amazing job of protecting us from infections and even works naturally prevent cancer. . It has long been recognized that harnessing the immune system to treat cancer is a reasonable goal but efforts have not been stellar. It now appears that this is changing. On this edition of Line One Anchorage cancer specialist Dr. ...…
 
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The Undifferentiated Medical Student
 
Help Ian interview all 120+ specialties! www.undifferentiatedmedicalstudent.com/suggestions/ Show notes! Dr. Tcheurekdjian is the Co-Program Director of the Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Training Program at University Hospitals of Cleveland, as well as an Associate Clinical Professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, an ...…
 
A still image from the film SCREENAGERS Electronics, the internet, smartphones, and social media have changed the landscape for teens and added a new dimension for parents of today’s tech savvy teens. Join Host Prentiss Pemberton and award winning documentary filmmaker, Dr. ​Delaney Ruston, as they discuss her latest groundbreaking film SCREENA ...…
 
Intense heartburn prompted by progesterone, a hormone that relaxes muscles during pregnancy, can be a menacing condition for expectant mothers. Sometimes, the heartburn can lead to acid reflux and heartburn medication is often prescribed as a way to curb the pain and symptoms. When an expectant mother takes medications, there is always a chance ...…
 
On this program we open phone lines and email for listener questions on health, health care, mental and behavioral health for co-hosts Prentiss Pemberton, LCSW and Thad Woodard, MD. They will do their best to provide or help you find reliable information on your question. LISTEN NOW HOSTS: Dr. Thad Woodard & Prentiss Pemberton, LCSW LINKS: Sugg ...…
 
Once a year on Line One we feature a program addressing listener questions about the foot and ankle problems like foot pain, nail infections, and the foot care in diabetes. Why not join us to ask your questions on this program with Anchorage podiatrist Dr. Ken Swayman? LISTEN NOW HOST: Dr. Thad Woodard GUESTS: Dr Ken Swayman, a podiatrist in An ...…
 
Many divorces end after years of legal battles. Tens of thousands of dollars spent, kids torn apart by their parents’ conflict, and two people left filled with anger and animosity toward their parenting partner. Lawyers make a killing and the “Divorce Machine” drones on, leaving in it’s wake a path of destruction and despair that can last for g ...…
 
The Human heart beats about 2.5 billion times over the average lifetime, pushing millions of gallons of blood to every part of the body. This steady flow carries with it oxygen, fuel, hormones, and a host of essential cells to every part of the body. Given this never-ending workload, it’s a wonder it performs so well, for so long, for so many p ...…
 
Photo courtesy – NIH Image Gallery With traumatic brain injury it can be difficult to assess how much the brain has been injured and to predict the outcome. New neuroradiologic techniques are helping to better understand traumatic brain injury and other disorders of the brain like Parkinson’s Disease, dementias, and multiple sclerosis. Why not ...…
 
Every new relationship begins with each person falling for the other’s “representative”. They are charming, funny, and crazy about you. Oxytocin gets flowing and before you know it, you’re in love. Lost in the ecstasy of a new relationship, it’s easy to ignore the early warning signs that all might not be as it seems. As you get deeper into the ...…
 
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The Functional Medicine Radio Show With Dr. Carri
 
In this episode of The Functional Medicine Radio Show, Dr. Carri’s special guest Dr. Janice Joneja talks about histamine intolerance. Dr. Janice Joneja holds a Ph.D. in medical microbiology and immunology. She is a registered dietitian in Canada and a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in the USA. She has held faculty positions at ...…
 
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The Functional Medicine Radio Show With Dr. Carri
 
In this episode of The Functional Medicine Radio Show, Dr. Carri’s special guest Dr. Janice Joneja talks about histamine intolerance. Dr. Janice Joneja holds a Ph.D. in medical microbiology and immunology. She is a registered dietitian in Canada and a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in the USA. She has held faculty positions at ...…
 
Blue Ribbon Star courtesy: National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable On the next Line One we’ll be discussing colorectal cancer. We’ll hear from a survivor as he shares his experiences with surgeries, screenings and treatment. You don’t have to be afraid of the process, and he’ll be with us to tell you why. We’ll also have a local pathologist on th ...…
 
“Food is medicine, and specific foods are medicine for specific people.” – Dr. Margrit Mikulis As you might expect, I am very careful about the foods I choose. I am living proof that food is medicine. Eliminating inflammatory foods like gluten and dairy made all the difference in healing my PCOS. Inflammation is at the root of many of our PCOS ...…
 
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Line One: Your Health Connection
 
The five types of gynecologic cancer. This program will review the prevention, detection and treatment of gynecologic cancers with cancer specialist Dr. Joanie Hope. The finding of human papilloma virus (HPV) as a cause of cervical cancer and its close association with other gynecologic cancer has led to the development of the HPV vaccine and t ...…
 
Photo Cts. David Bleasdale, Flickr The first 18 years of a child’s life presents the special opportunity for parents to shape and guide their children through a very confusing time. Kid’s health and wellness is a complex thing. Youth is riddled with challenges, big and small. Loving parents are at a loss for how to deal with issues such as ADHD ...…
 
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Line One: Your Health Connection
 
Like Goldilocks finding the porridge that was “just right” for her, diagnosis and management of prostate cancer today is about finding the approach that is just right for each patient. This program will discuss who should be screened, what to do with screening results, and what treatment, if any, is “right” given what is known today. LISTEN NOW ...…
 
Photo: Flickr, Karol Franks On December 1st, 2016, Bill Atkinson was placed on A1 status, giving him the highest priority for receiving a new heart. 10 Days later, On December 11th, at 3:17 PM, 30 year old Anchorage resident, Jonathan Gilbert was pronounced Brain Dead after suffering a gunshot wound to the head. Jonathan’s death, and his famili ...…
 
Photo courtesy: Flickr Anger is a natural and necessary human emotion that serves to activate and protect us in times of danger. Uncontrolled anger however, can act as a very destructive force in relationships and has a negative impact on emotional and physical health. Learning to control unhealthy anger is an important part of emotional growth ...…
 
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Line One: Your Health Connection
 
Some people who have lost a limb continue to experience the sensation of pain from the lost limb. Others may experience a seemingly minor injury and develop severe chronic debilitating pain in the injured area. How is this possible? What is going on? Can the pain be alleviated? Our next guest is pain specialist Dr. Andrea Trescot and our topic ...…
 
Photo: Flickr, Karol Franks Eight days ago, at 3:17 PM, 30 year old Anchorage resident, Jonathan Gilbert was pronounced Brain Dead after suffering a gunshot wound to the head. After two days of searching for compatible recipients, a specially trained team of surgeons took him to the operating room to harvest his organs for donation. Later that ...…
 
Behavioral and mental health problems are common. Although not as widely appreciated, social issues are a principal determinate of health for many Americans. Primary care settings are often the gateway for these issues. To address this, primary care providers are beginning to integrate behavioral health care services into their offices. On this ...…
 
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Line One: Your Health Connection
 
The prevalence of chronic pelvic pain in women appears to be about 10%, but only about one-third of women seek medical care. Chronic pelvic pain is a common reason for referral to a gynecologist and the principal reason for about 20% of all hysterectomies and 40% of gynecological laparoscopies in the U.S each year. On this edition of Line One, ...…
 
What does weather have to do with the spread of English? Have you ever heard about the weather and the Spanish Armada? Join us in the latest episode where we get back to the idea of ‘whether weather’ changed history. Want to dig a bit deeper into this week’s topics? Here are some links for you: Main Story 10 things you (probably) didn’t know ab ...…
 
Photo courtesy: Summer Skyes 11, Flickr The new frontiers in parenting, are cell phones, the internet, and social media. Navigating this challenge is complex and often frustrating for parents. With 80% of 12-17 year old owning cell phones, managing your kids exposure to damaging content, cyber bullying, and controlling their use is a daunting t ...…
 
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Line One: Your Health Connection
 
Photo courtesy Caren on Flickr Not all people diagnosed with lung cancer smoke and in fact lung cancer is a disease that can affect anyone. Today most people who get lung cancer have either stopped smoking years earlier or never smoked. So, what are the current risk factors, what are the symptoms, and what are the treatment options? Lung cancer ...…
 
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Line One: Your Health Connection
 
The endocrine system is made up of the pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas, ovaries and testicles. This collection of glands produce hormones that regulate metabolism, growth and development, tissue function, sexual function, reproduction, sleep, and mood. We discuss disorders of the endocrine system wit ...…
 
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