Best flu virus podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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Talking Detroit With Nana
Rare
 
Nana is an rising leader in the talk show industry with a charismatic power and unique style that inspires. This interactive format is empowering, entertaining and thought provoking. She will feature weekly guests with life changing success stories, chat about current events, and cover various topics.Nana is a lifelong Detroiter committed to using this show to explore the comeback of this great city. Stay tune to an exciting and engaging experience. You’re Talking With Nana! America's New Gi ...
 
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MicrobeWorld's Meet the Scientist Podcast
 
At Meet the Scientist, we want to reveal more about scientists, the work they do, and what makes them tick. We will ask them what they are up to now and what is next. How is the science moving forward to solve some of the intractable problems of our times? What keeps them going in a tough, competitive field? What do they see for the future of research, education, and training? We hope to show you a glimpse of what scientists are really like and what is going on in cutting-edge research today ...
 
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Hurst Chronicles podcast
Weekly
 
Listen to the audiobook version of the first few chapters from book one of The Hurst Chronicles, a fast-paced post-apocalyptic story set following the aftermath of a pandemic flu virus.
 
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Going Viral
Monthly+
 
Going Viral answers the questions you never knew you wanted to ask about the flu. Engaging, entertaining, and educational, Going Viral takes a look back at the ancient practices of diagnosing and treating the flu, explores how the virus attacks humans – and animals, and investigates how modern medicine is fighting against the continually mutating, and sometimes still fatal, virus.
 
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Beta Sandwich Science Podcast
Monthly+
 
Welcome to the Beta Sandwich Podcast, your source for news and trends in the Molecular Biosciences. Join us as we wax poetic about all things sciencey (yes, that's a word). We go in depth about diseases, viruses, medicine, pharmacology, biochemistry and pretty much anything else that moves, crawls, flies or has otherwise transformed this giant rock into a living ecosystem. If you are a crazy scientist, or you just like crazy science, you've come to the right place :)
 
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De Bello Gallico Libri Septem by CAESAR, Gaius Julius
 
In this book the famous Gaius Julius Caesar himself describes the seven years of his war in Gaul. When Caesar got proconsul of Gallia and Illyria in 58 B.C, the conquest of land in Gaul was an urgent need, both to improve his political standing and to calm his creditors in Rome. So Caesar claims his interest for a very large area already in the first sentence. His steps and measures always appear clear and logical, but this simplicity is the result of a strict discipline in style. Caesar rea ...
 
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PresbyCan Daily DevotionalPresbyCan Daily Devotional
 
Fighting a virus, especially the influenza virus, is something that I do not want to experience again. I can't remember the last time that I was so sick. When I first contracted the virus, it attacked me overnight. I woke up and could hardly breathe. Worried, I asked my husband to drive me to the hospital. I must have had a fever, because I cou ...…
 
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Pharmacy Leaders Podcast: Inspiring Leadership Interviews
 
This one-day, two hour seven lecture series provides a basic understanding of how to recognize common drug names, understand the basic classifications, and quickly memorize them for exams. The print, e-book, and audiobooks these lectures are based on, Memorizing Pharmacology: A Relaxed Approach, can be found here https://www.amazon.com/Memorizi ...…
 
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Health Science (For the Rest of Us!)
 
for our one year ‘podiversary’ adventure, we explored the family of viruses that causes the flu and why it won’t just shut up and die. as an added bonus, we also explored how washing viruses in detergent equals flu shots (and a cool $3.1 billion!) for your trouble. photo credit: anne traftonsee more shenanigans on our twitter feed:https://twitt ...…
 
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KRCU's To Your Health
 
How common is the common cold?According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in the course of a year, people in the U.S. suffer 1 billion colds. But, when you’re coughing, sneezing, and miserable do you need a doctor? Sometimes people are unsure if they have the flu, bronchitis, pneumonia...or just the common cold. To avoid an unn ...…
 
Have you ever wondered why Avian influenza is such a dangerous zoonotic virus? How does it differ from the viral H1N1 strain a.k.a. Swine flu? The team interview our lovely guest scientist Dr Kirsty Short, a UQ research fellow and virologist who chats to us about all things flu related. We also discuss `Oumuamua - and whether it's actually alie ...…
 
Have you ever wondered why Avian influenza is such a dangerous zoonotic virus? How does it differ from the viral H1N1 strain a.k.a. Swine flu? The team interview our lovely guest scientist Dr Kirsty Short, a UQ research fellow and virologist who chats to us about all things flu related. We also discuss `Oumuamua - and whether it's actually alie ...…
 
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Littlebearabroad Podcast
 
Doctor James is back! In November's 'Ask the Doctor' podcast we tackle RS Virus, Flu in small kids, prevention of seasonal bugs and chat about the hierarchy of the Swedish healthcare system for kids.
 
Big Chicken with Maryn McKennaMaryn McKenna is a journalist and author who specializes in public health, global health and food policy. She has reported from epidemics and disasters, and farms and food production sites, on most of the continents, including a field hospital in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, a Thai village erased by the In ...…
 
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This Podcast Will Kill You
 
In Episode 1 we're talking all things flu, just in time for the start of flu season! We'll dive into the 1918 influenza pandemic that killed literally millions of people, then talk about the state of influenza in the world today, and tell you everything you need to know about how the flu virus works.…
 
A new strain of canine influenza, or dog flu, showed up in the United States a few years ago. From Chicago in 2015 through the South and Southeast this past spring, the H3N2 virus has spread through over 30 states. That’s why it’s important for you to know the signs of infection in your canine companion. Most affected dogs have typical flu-like ...…
 
H1N1, H7N9, H5N1–we hear this “alphanumeric” description of various influenza, or flu viruses all the time. In this short clip from an older interview, Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Columbia University and founder of Virology Blog, Vincent Racaniello, PhD explains more about the Hemagglutinin (HA) and neuraminidase (NA). […] The p ...…
 
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People Fixing the World
 
World Hacks goes to Thailand to meet an army of volunteers on the front line in the fight against dangerous diseases, like Ebola and bird flu.Nearly 100 years ago Spanish Flu infected a third of the world’s population and killed about 50 million people. With increased international travel, growing populations and environmental damage, experts w ...…
 
Medical workers move a woman, who is suspected of having Ebola, upon her arrival at Meioxeiro Hospital, in Vigo, northwestern Spain, 28 October 2015. SALVADOR SAS (EPA)/ AAP Humans have had to deal with infectious diseases for centuries. Ancient Greeks and Egyptians suffered from smallpox, leprosy and tuberculosis. And when an outbreak occurs, ...…
 
Medical workers move a woman, who is suspected of having Ebola, upon her arrival at Meioxeiro Hospital, in Vigo, northwestern Spain, 28 October 2015. SALVADOR SAS (EPA)/ AAP Humans have had to deal with infectious diseases for centuries. Ancient Greeks and Egyptians suffered from smallpox, leprosy and tuberculosis. And when an outbreak occurs, ...…
 
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), infectious disease are caused by pathogenic microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungi) that spread directly or indirectly from one person to another. The most common infectious diseases are the common cold, flu, strep throat, the stomach flu, and urinary tract infection (UTI). Depen ...…
 
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Animal Radio®
 
Wacky Willard Returns Actor Fred Willard is back to share his love for the furry-four-legged and his pet project, Actors and Others for Animals. If you saw him on Modern Family (ABC) last week, you might say he looks the same as he did in the movie Best in Show, almost 18 years ago. He'll tell us his secret to youth. Yes, it might have somethin ...…
 
Sitting on top of the world’s largest proven oil reserves, Venezuela used to be one of the richest nations in Latin America. Today it is in turmoil and there’s been a sharp rise in infant mortality and the number of women dying in childbirth and pregnancy is up by 65%. The BBC’s Vladimir Hernandez has just returned from Venezuela where he saw a ...…
 
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