Best hepatitis podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Hepatitis Central
Monthly
 
Hepatitis News and Information
 
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Hepatitis Victoria
Monthly+
 
Podcast by Hepatitis Victoria
 
To educate primary care clinicians, in accordance with guidelines, on using effective management and counseling strategies for adults who have or who are at risk of developing chronic viral hepatitis due to hepatitis B virus infection.
 
To educate primary care clinicians, in accordance with guidelines, on using effective screening, diagnostics, patient education, and general management strategies for adults who have or who are at risk of developing chronic viral hepatitis due to hepatitis B virus.
 
To educate primary care clinicians, in accordance with guidelines, on using effective screening, diagnostics, patient education, and general management strategies for adults who have or who are at risk of developing chronic viral hepatitis due to hepatitis B virus infection.
 
Physician owned and directed, ViralEd uses a blended learning approach, using technology to create unique, high quality CME Programs.More information available at www.viraled.com
 
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SCALE HBV
Daily+
 
SCALE HBV is an audio podcast program developed from a live syposium conducted this year on how to better screen, counsel and link patients with HBV to care. SCALE HBV is presented by the Tufts University School of Medicine. After listening to each podcast please go to www.scalehbv.org to claim credit. This program is supported by an independent grant from Gilead Sciences Medical Affairs
 
Parents of Kids with Infectious Diseases
 
Tom's goal is to introduce to the world the antidote for pathogenic disease such as Herpes I & II, Hepatitis viruses, Ebola virus, HIV virus, Lyme disease, Candida and over 45,000 species of pathogens. The world we live in is a pathogen soup. Our homes are full of pathogens no matter how fastidious we are. We travel to the grocery store, the school, and work. We travel in airplanes, buses, trains. We attend events, large and small where people congregate from many regions of the country and ...
 
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The ring once reserved for bulls’ nostrils has made its way onto celebrities Rhianna and Lady Gaga. Septum piercings, the hoop that goes in between a person’s nostrils, have become a trend. Like all trends, though, be wary before you take the plunge. Piercing this area takes skill. The best way to minimize pain and support healing is to pierce ...…
 
Notice how I said think. I'm not saying I am but I think I am. My content may never find an audience or provide any value, but in the event that it doesn't, I wanted to let you know why I think I act the way that I do. So here goes, the reasons Why I Think I'm So Creative: Genetic predisposition - I come from a long line of creatives, alcoholic ...…
 
Welcome back to the Chronicles of San Diego Podcast. This is a show all about San Diego and the various different individuals, businesses, events, civic and cultural issues that represent the spirit of America’s Finest City. On today’s episode I’m joined by recent retiree Hank Ramirez. We talk about his role as a community activist, his work wi ...…
 
Priscilla Hiromi Correa is a Brazilian dietitian with a special interest in the liver and people living with liver disease. Mark Pearce, Hepatitis Victoria's Communications Manager, spoke with her on a recent visit to our offices.She recommends against 'fad' diets and is in favour of eating based on Australia's dietary recommendations, for opti ...…
 
The social stigma around viral hepatitis is deadly, contributing to up to 6 deaths a week in Victoria alone, a greater burden than the state road toll. On 17 March Hepatitis Victoria CEO Melanie Eagle was invited into the JoyFM studio to talk about the launch of #StigmaStops, a year-long campaign to raise awareness and help tackle stigma launch ...…
 
Dr Ahron Jodaikin is an expert in the fields of tooth structure, dental materials and tooth restoration interfaces. His pioneer research at the molecular level, has been recognized and achieved awards, including the Elida Gibbs Research Award, the Colgate Palmolive Prize, and the Weizmann Institute Reshof Memorial prize. Dr Jodaikin received hi ...…
 
When you think of sex parties, you might picture one of those rowdy college parties with overflowing alcohol and drugs. Where people are having intoxicated sex and wakes up the next day without any memory of what happened last night. Today's guest hosts sex parties. The parties that Kim/Cleopatra calls 'play parties' is the complete opposite of ...…
 
Season 1 Episode 004 Travel Injuries and Illness Tips Show Notes: Jaynie: In this episode, we will discuss different travel injuries and illness tips and situations you may encounter while traveling. We will talk about each situation and determine the best way to handle something like it in the future. It’s a learning experience for everyone. ( ...…
 
Mohamed Suleman joins us from the ARN News Center to talk about why we should be more concerned about Hepatitis C.
 
Dr Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Centre and Duke National University of Singapore. Have you ever wondered, which is better for heart health, low calorie vegetarian or a Mediterranean diet ...…
 
Meg Perrier, Hepatitis B Outreach Project Officer is running a joint project with Cohealth and the Wingate Avenue Community Centre in Ascot Vale, to raise awareness about hepatitis B and get people at risk treated."...For those born overseas, more often than not they were born in countries with high endemic countries of hepatitis B," she says.T ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: How an Average Man Lived an Adventurous LifeAuthor: John LinnemeierNarrator: Jacques Linnemeier, John Linnemeier, Eric RensbergerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 hrs and 21 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 10-11-14Publisher: Create SpaceRatings: 4 of 5 out ...…
 
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Simone Chun, a fellow at the Korea Policy Institute and a member of the Korean Peace Network, and Tim Shorrock, a Washington-based investigative journalist who grew up in Japan and South Korea, who wrote “Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Outsourced Intelligence, ...…
 
Matt, Ryan and Shannon talk UK basketball, ding-a-lings and Hepatitis.
 
“The cost of Hepatitis treatment for one individual over their lifetime is $66,000. The cost of a sterile needle and syringe is about 10 cents”Executive Officer of Hepatitis ACT, John Didlick discusses NSPs, harm minimisation in correctional facilities, the lunatic fringe and solutions to an age-old problem.http://hepatitisact.com.au/http://www ...…
 
#StigmaStops Stories is a monthly series from Hepatitis Victoria were we talk with people living with hepatitis about their experiences facing stigma. Allan Dumbleton is a HEP Hero who was recently cured of hep C. This is his story.
 
We get vaccinated to protect ourselves, to gain an immunity to a particular disease. But in the case of hepatitis B, celiac patients may come to find out that we are NOT immune—despite having done the right thing in getting a hepatitis B vaccination. Today, the Gluten Free RN is walking us through the latest research around vaccination and celi ...…
 
Why we should care about Hepatitis? Let's talk about the silent epidemic and the staggering number of people fighting hepatitis that don’t even know it.
 
Marylynn Yates discusses how the urban water cycle and its importance in eliminating waterborne pathogens. She describes the types of microbes that can survive in water and how testing for different microbial types can affect interpretation of contamination levels. Host: Julie Wolf Subscribe (free) on iPhone, Android, RSS, or by email. You can ...…
 
This months podcast I talk to Dr Melanie Walker about her exciting research into Hepatitis C virus and the joys of finishing her PhD.
 
It’s time to take a trip into Reuben and to the world of Anatomy Park! Join us for this magical journey! SHOW NOTES Semi Pertinent News Pop Funko News MORE FN’ FUNKO THINGS Changing this segment to the Semi-Pertinent news brought to you by Pop Funko Porn Star Rick @billyKingXXX Everything I’ve ever dreamed of Dan Harmon tweet minute https://you ...…
 
Mark welcomes back Bob McElroy from The Alpha Project to discuss the latest updates on the federally mandated homeless census count in San Diego (among other cities as well), and how that relates to the flu and Hepatitis A outbreak. Also, economist Stephen Moore jumps back into the conversation about the latest companies given tax breaks and pr ...…
 
With the goal of preventing the spread of hepatitis A among the homeless, the city of El Cajon banned "foodsharing" in city owned property, citing the ongoing hepatitis A outbreak. Now, as the number of cases is slowing down, activists are fighting the ban, claiming that it is unnecessarily targeting a vulnerable population. The U-T's Daniel Wh ...…
 
In This Week’s Show, episode 166, we swallow FEMA’s raw survival beer in the Oregon post-apocalyptic wilderness.
 
In this episode of Here's A Podcast Are You Happy Now? Hosts Keegan and Nick dive into the hottest stories of the week, including: trendy politicians, false heroism, why skiing sucks, faking the words to something you don't know, cyborg deer, fart apps, NASA still sucks, New York City's brand, and of course, Hepatitis A. This episode also featu ...…
 
In this episode:Medical News (00:51) – The science behind sweating blood (Canadian Medical Association Journal), Study on push-ups and sit-ups prolonging life (University of Sydney)Preventative Medicine Tip of the Day (8:10) – Recommended Hepatitis C Screenings (The United States Preventative Screening Task Force https://www.uspreventiveservice ...…
 
"You are allowed to be demanding and annoying about your health" Self- Advocacy:This is a topic near and dear to my heart. Probably because it saved my life. I have always said that I am my own primary care-taker and everyone else is supplemental—including doctors. Someone I agree with once said, “the days of doctor knows best are OVER.”For the ...…
 
Mayor Kevin Faulconer provides an update on the homeless shelter opening in the Midway district, as well as the fight against Hepatitis A and fixing roads. Dr. Ken Blanchard - one of Amazon.com's best-selling authors of all-time - tells some of his most memorable Christmas stories. San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman gives tips on how to p ...…
 
Learn your ABC's of Hepatitis with your host's Ashley & David!
 
A staple of morning radio: favorite pizza toppings! Fruit? veggies? meat? candy corn? Hepatitis A....wait what? #z93 #z93morningafter #hepapizza
 
THIS WEEK’S HOSTS: Hal Bryan and Jim O’Kane of The Rocketeer Minute John McClane opens the door, and recognizes the same centerfold posted on the electrical panel he had spotted earlier. He’s back on the lowest level of the machine room. Passing by the panel, he pats the pictures with his hand. “Girls,” he says as he walks by. Below the ladder ...…
 
Fred Negro has been drawing 'lovely livers' for the past 10 years.His whimsical liver cartoons are a popular feature in the Good Liver magazine and have attracted quite a following.As a child Fred says he made his own stick figure comics."I used to like Little Dot comics... Little Dot was a collector of dots. She had boxes full of dots and all ...…
 
Setoodeh talked on CNN last night to share what he has found about the Matt Lauer and NBC investigation.L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti did an interview with The Atlantic, where he did not mention the hepatitis outbreak happening in his city.Jim Nabors dies at the age of 87.
 
A conversation with Dr. T. Stephen Jones, a Northampton resident who was an active participant in the successful World Health Organization Smallpox eradication programs in India, Bangladesh, and Somalia. He is also known as a national leader in the prevention of HIV, viral hepatitis and drug overdose among injection drug users, serving in sever ...…
 
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