Best glaucoma podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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In the EU today there are more than 25 million blind and visually impaired people, i.e. with serious vision problems. Diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma or macular degeneration affect people of all ages. The number of people concerned by this invisible epidemic will grow substantially in the future, mostly because of the rapidly ageing popula ...…
 
In the first episode of This Xennial Life: What is a "Xennial?" And why this podcast? Host Jaye shares a little about herself and why she started the podcast. This Xennial Life is a weekly short burst of stories, life lessons, experiences, health, wellness, and more from a Xennial work in progress. Join Jaye in the journey to living our best li ...…
 
In an age of explosive technological development in healthcare, standards of care are rapidly changing. Eyecare is no exception, and managing primary eyecare diseases like glaucoma now include scanning diagnostics as well as in-office laser surgeries like SLT as a supplement or alternative option to ophthalmic drop treatment. While all optometr ...…
 
The Top Five Crypto Fails of All Time! Welcome back! We’ve got a treat for you here, or is it a trick? It’s hard to tell with some of these fail stories, and, of course, there were so many crazy tales from the cryptosphere that we couldn’t possibly write about them all. We’ve chosen five that the Cryptopulse team thought were pretty darn hilari ...…
 
On this week’s show Steven Scott finds out about World Glaucoma Week and speaks to experts from around the world to discuss the condition. We also hear from Wendy Leckerman from Glasgow who lives with glaucoma and what she’s learned about the condition since it developed. There’s also a chance to hear from Natalie Swiderska at RNIB Connect abou ...…
 
Charities Fight For Sight and the International Glaucoma Association have joined forces to fund further research into the sight loss condition Glaucoma. There are several pieces of work being done to help treat and combat the silent thief of sight but this latest award will go to Ulster University. RNIB Connect Radio's Allan Russell spoke to Fi ...…
 
Yoga Inversion SwingOn day 16 of our 30 day challenge I show you how to use an inversion swing. In this video I talk about two main reasons why you would want to use a yoga sling or a yoga trapeze is a much safer way to do yoga inversions. Inversions like headstand and shoulderstand can be quite dangerous for your cervical spine. If you have ha ...…
 
William Skipworth was a succesful dentist until Glaucoma robbed him of his vision in one eye, to make matters worse he then lost the vision in his second eye, rendering him completelyblind. Although the vision in this eye would return, it has given William a real insight into life as a blind person. RNIB Connect Radio's Simon Pauley caught up w ...…
 
Dr Chris Pruet discusses Glaucoma and the CyPass Procedure.
 
How would you explain microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) procedures to patients? Valerie Trubnik, MD; Savak "Sev" Teymoorian, MD, MBA; and Carlos Buznego, MD; speak with Marguerite McDonald, MD, to share advice for educating patients about their options when it comes to MIGS and cataract surgery.
 
How would you explain microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) procedures to patients? Valerie Trubnik, MD; Savak "Sev" Teymoorian, MD, MBA; and Carlos Buznego, MD; speak with Marguerite McDonald, MD, to share advice for educating patients about their options when it comes to MIGS and cataract surgery.
 
Stream on demand from www.bitesz.com (mobile friendly). Episode 20/99 *Artificial Intelligence used to discover an eighth exoplanet orbiting a distant star.Our solar system now is tied for most number of planets around a single star, following the discovery of an eighth planet orbiting the Sun like star Kepler-90 some 2,545 light years away in ...…
 
This program features new topics from a new source, Medical News Today. The new topics will include the connection between glaucoma and exercise, a heliotrope rash and epiretinal membranes.By rphinney@wxxi.org (rphinney).
 
What do black holes, hedge funds, and glaucoma have in common? They are all subjects that Intel Chief Data Scientist Bob Rogers has worked on over the course of a long career in data and analytics. And they are all examples of the varied problems where advanced analytics can be applied. These days Rogers brings his experience with data science, ...…
 
Dr. Bradford Shingleton is a renowned ophthalmologist and an expert on cataract, glaucoma, and laser surgery. He joins Dan in studio to talk about eye health and to answer your questions. Does Halloween present any increased risk to your eyes?
 
After losing his sight to glaucoma, successful businessman Ryan Compton decided to set up The Centre For Resolution. In this wonderful chat with RNIB Connect Radio's Jill Barkley Ryan talks about his business, as well as his involvement with the RNIB #HowISee campaign.
 
Sally Edworthy had a few years of good sight since being diagnosed with glaucoma. It was only within the last four years that she started to significantly lose sight. Despite this, Sally has kept her spirits high and has started to sell her beautiful works of crochet to raise money for charity. In this discussion she tells RNIB Connect Radio's ...…
 
Thursdays on the DahlCast mean Ask Janet! Steve’s first request of his wife is to end her ban on chunky peanut butter. Then Janet answers your questions about dog glaucoma, a baby-whispering high school teacher & Halloween protocol at the Dahl house!
 
Ike Ahmed, MD, recently joined Gary Wörtz, MD, for an on-stage interview at the ME Live meeting in Nashville. In this live recording, Dr. Ahmed explains how being different enabled him to think differently about glaucoma treatment. The two surgeons also share thoughts on life, MIGS, and more while fielding questions from the audience.…
 
Steroid Injections For Your Knee – And Why Stem Cell, PRP, or Prolotherapy are better Show Notes Intro: Many doctors are hippocrites. Why? Because they need studies to prove something works. An example of this is steroid injections for the knee. We do Stem cell, PRP, or prolotherapy for this issues but many of my colleagues will do steroid inje ...…
 
One of the many wonders I have on the start line of an Ironman is what is the background story of each athlete. I am curious about what is going on inside – what is his-story or her-story. I wonder where she’s from and what she had to do to get here. I wonder if he endured an injury or illness and is here testing himself in ways he never imagin ...…
 
Does a glitch in our mitochondrial DNA play a role in the onset of primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) and other debilitating eye diseases? The mounting evidence shows that it does.Dr Isabel Lopez is addressing this fundamental question in the research of ageing eye diseases. She also talks about her personal inspiration for studying science and ...…
 
Dr Duncan Crombie is a stem cell scientist who has built his career around in vitro disease modelling."I'm hoping to understand why people go blind from diseases like glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration...to find treatments that will slow or prevent that from happening," he says.
 
Two sisters. Same condition. Both blind. Both Julie and Cheryl Gistenson lost their vision due to Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome. The sisters discuss growing up as one another's supports and what they learned from their father, who is also blind. Bill and the sisters then play a game called "Ask A Blind Person" in which Bill asks questions about blin ...…
 
Medicine, ophthalmology and health are set to benefit massively from big data and artificial intelligence, but is there a down-side?Assistant Professor Robert Chang from Stanford University presents an overview on the extraordinary advances in digital health ophthalmology and posits what's just over the horizon. It is a fascinating vision.Rober ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Life's a WitchSubtitle: Wicked Witches of the Midwest, Book 7Author: Amanda M. LeeNarrator: ArisFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 hrs and 13 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 07-21-17Publisher: Amanda M. LeeRatings: 5 of 5 out of 77 votesGenres: Mysteries & ...…
 
Some people thrive on pressure. But when it comes to your eyes, pressure is something to be avoided. Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve. The damage is usually caused by too much pressure in the eye. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Arthur Sit tells us more about […]…
 
Primary Congenital Glaucoma Genetics - Dr. Terri Young
 
In this informative VIP, James, Jessica, and Nelson bring us some of the top stories from the CBT website. They also give us their Cool Picks for the week, and answer some fan feedback. Top Stories Portable Speaker is the First Speaker That Turns Your iPhone Into a Conference System Rayz Rally is a pocket-sized speaker, together with the Rayz A ...…
 
The CARE Fair is one of Utah's most impactful community events. The fair provides health services to anyone who may need them. From dental cleanings to pelvic exams, all is offered free of charge. In partnering with the University of Utah School of Medicine and School of Dentistry, the CARE Fair brings quality health care to the entire communit ...…
 
Laurent Attias, head, strategy, BD&L and M&A, reports on progress on Alcon’s project with Google and its advancing glaucoma portfolio. Attias says Alcon is “open for business” and continuing to advance innovative ideas in ophthalmology.
 
Laurent Attias, head, strategy, BD&L and M&A, reports on progress on Alcon’s project with Google and its advancing glaucoma portfolio. Attias says Alcon is “open for business” and continuing to advance innovative ideas in ophthalmology.
 
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