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The show about scary movies that are horrifying for all the wrong reasons. Married couple Saidee and Matt are on a search for the worst horror movie ever made. Join them as they discuss the disgusting and chat about the chill-worthy in all of the scary movies you love to hate. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/so-horrified/support
 
A geriatrics and palliative care podcast for every health care professional. We invite the brightest minds in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care to talk about the topics that you care most about, ranging from recently published research in the field to controversies that keep us up at night. You'll laugh, learn and maybe sing along. Hosted by Eric Widera and Alex Smith.
 
Maverick Matthews takes you on a journey truly unlike any other - and yes, we know a lot of people say that... So intoxicate, and let your mind wander. It's time for a break from the mundane and the regular. You are overheating in the swamp of experience, surrounded by other monkey-humanoids who claim you owe them the favor of many, many contrived obligations. They hover and wait unceasingly at the edge of your private, secret swamp. Here it is damp and fertile, out there is is dry and ideas ...
 
Christian podcast | Jesus centered, knowledge-based. Pastors, professors, educators, researchers discuss TED Talk type topics that are relevant to life and faith. Hosted at Andrews University, this female hosted Christian podcast tackles relevant discussions from Social Justice, Black Lives Matter, the Trinity, Christianity & the Artist, African-American history and the Church, Theodicy, and How to Study the Bible with professors such as Dr. John C. Peckham, David Assherick, Dr. Calvin B. Ro ...
 
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On an all new Leaf Report, Jonas and Mirtle discuss the Jared McCann move and how it backfired for Leafs management. With McCann in Seattle now, will the Leafs hold on to Alex Kerfoot and Travis Dermott, or use them as trade trips to try to improve the team elsewhere. Jonas and James also comment on some of GM Kyle Dubas's statements to the media a…
 
Cannabis use by older adults has increased substantially over the last decade, a trend that has paralleled the legalization of its use for medical and recreational purposes. In that same time, there has been a decreased perceived risk associated with cannabis use in older adults as noted in a recent study published in JAGS. On today’s podcast we ta…
 
#lgbtq #lgbtqchristians #aliciajohnston Welcome back to Advent Next, a theological podcast curated for curious faith discussions. This week is part 2 of our conversation with Pastor Alicia Johnston regarding the Bible and LGBTQ Adventists. Her book, “The Bible and LGBTQ Adventists” is currently available only through the kickstarter campaign which …
 
Mark Masters from TSN joins Jonas and James on an all new Leaf Report. The guys discuss the Maple Leafs lack of killer instinct, the absence of Stanley Cup championship experience on this roster and the fact that this team doesn't have an effective third line. Masters, Jonas and Mirtle look into why the Maple Leafs might be ready to move on from Za…
 
In a new study in JAGS, Matthew Growdon found that the average number of medications people with dementia took in the outpatient setting was eight, compared to 3 for people without dementia. In another study in JAGS, Anna Parks found that among older adults with atrial fibrillation, less than 10% of disability could be explained by stroke over an a…
 
#lgbtq #lgbtqchristians #aliciajohnston Welcome back to Advent Next, a theological podcast curated for curious faith discussions. This week, we are having a controversial conversation regarding the Bible and LGBTQ Adventists with Pastor Alicia Johnston who wrote a book by that very name. It is currently available only through the kickstarter campai…
 
Older adults often turn to institutional settings like nursing homes when they need more help than they can get at home. However, since the 1970s, there has been a program that allows older adults to receive nursing home-level care outside of nursing homes. That model of care is known as the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACE. O…
 
Jonas and James return with an all new Leaf Report. The guys take a look at potential targets for the Maple Leafs this off-season to strengthen their goaltending depth, plus the guys discuss what the Maple Leafs should do with Morgan Rielly, who wants to stay a Maple Leaf, but only has one year left on his contract. Learn more about your ad choices…
 
#ecumenism #ecumenical #denisfortin Welcome back to Advent Next, a theological podcast curated for curious faith discussions. This week we are continuing our conversation with Dr. Denis Fortin, professor at Andrews University as we discuss ecumenism and the Church, the ecumenical movement in general and if there is room to find unity among diversit…
 
We have made remarkable progress in reducing the use of feeding tubes for patients with advanced dementia. This has been due to the leadership of people like Susan Mitchell and Joan Teno, among others. One might hope that this reduction in use of feeding tubes has been in part due to advance care planning discussions that helped align care and trea…
 
Less than two years old, these clips review a few of the LAST WORDS of a modern legend. Taken from a lost podcast containing some of the most moving of John McAfee's eternal wisdom, this review is an excellent source of closure and rebirth for one of the most enigmatic people of the modern era. If this is your first time listening to the man speak …
 
Mishkin Fitzgerald, solo artist and frontwoman of seminal Brighton band Bird Eats Baby joins Chris to discuss music, life, and being newly sober in an established band. Matthew Parker, manager of Small Pond Studios and formerly of international indie band Tall Ships shares his thoughts on the nature of the music industry and his own experience of f…
 
While palliative care most traditionally grew up with a strong association with cancer care and end-of-life care, more and more evidence is coming out about how to integrate palliative care into a variety of serious illnesses from heart failure to chronic lung conditions. Another emerging field is the integration of neurology and palliative care, s…
 
Jonas and James debate the merits of offering a contract to unrestricted free agent, at the money that is being sought out by the Hyman camp. If Zach doesn't return, who should the Leafs spend on to replace him in the lineup? Plus the guys look at the core of the team and discuss why Maple Leafs management came out the day after the team was elimin…
 
What if there was a tool that could break down a neighborhood’s socioeconomic measures, like income, education, employment and housing quality, to give us a sense of how those factors influence overall health, and maybe even inform where to target health resources and social interventions. On today’s podcast we talk with Dr. Amy Kind from the Unive…
 
Jonas and James welcome Chris Johnston from Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada, on a new off-season episode of the Leaf Report. The guys take a look at the job of Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan and General Manager Kyle Dubas, grading the Leafs management on the job done last season and since they joined MLSE. The guys discuss how Shanahan…
 
#ecumenism #biblestudy #catholic Welcome back to Advent Next, a theological podcast curated for curious faith discussions. This week we are talking with Dr. Denis Fortin, professor at Andrews University as we discuss the ecumenical movement and if there is room to find unity among diversity. With so many churches factioning and people leaving churc…
 
Harm reduction, as so clearly described by our guest Monica Gandhi on this podcast, began as a public health approach that guided management of HIV. Harm reduction represented an alternative to an abstinence-only approach, which clearly did not work. In the harm reduction model, you acknowledge that people will take some risks, and that the goal is…
 
#humandignity #femalepastors #daniellepilgrim Welcome back to Advent Next, a theological podcast curated for curious faith discussions. This week we are continuing our discussion with Pastor Danielle Pilgrim regarding how our theology can often sanction bigotry and how the gospel is the affirmation of human dignity. Before we get started I just wan…
 
On a new Leaf Report, Jonas and James discuss the fallout from the Maple Leafs season ending media availability, the comments from Brendan Shanahan and Kyle Dubas, which state their intent to keep Marner, Tavares, Nylander and Matthews, and continue to build the team around those four players. Jonas and James try to figure out how the team can acco…
 
In your clinical experience, you may have cared for patients receiving palliative chemotherapy and wondered, hmmm, why is that called “palliative” chemotherapy? We’ve written about this issue previously here at GeriPal (“a term that should be laid to rest”) as has Pallimed (“an oxymoron”). Well, now we have “palliative” inotropes for people with he…
 
On the heels of the Maple Leafs 7 game series with Montreal, Jonas and James attempt to figure out what happened, what went wrong, and how it can be fixed. The guys discuss Matthews and Marner's disappearing act, a bad goal in game seven by Jack Campbell and the ineffectiveness of Joe Thornton, Nick Foligno and Wayne Simmonds. Jonas and James also …
 
Jonas and James breakdown the Maple Leafs struggles in game 5 and 6 as we head into the do or die, deciding game seven vs Montreal, in Toronto tonight. The boys talk about how Matthews and Marner need to produce the game of their lives tonight to make up for the lack of scoring depth on this team, save for Jason Spezza. The guys discuss what the Le…
 
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