Best medicalbreakthroughs podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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The Staying Young Show
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Are you ready to stay young and stay healthy? Listen in as world renown health experts Drs. Walter Gaman and Mark Anderson, along with health and wellness expert Judy Gaman bring you information that you can use. Never before has learning about health been so entertaining. Play along with the Medical Mania Trivia, or be shocked by the latest in science and research. Guests include leading scientists, best selling authors, and well known celebrities. #stay young #Staying Young Show #Executive ...
 
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Not a day goes past without news of another medical breakthrough. But how are these innovations improved sick Australians' lives?
 
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Houston Texans Official Podcast
 
Geoff Kaplan, head athletic trainer, discusses what he and his team do year-round for the Texans: getting players healthy, draft preparation, and keeping up with the latest medical breakthroughs.
 
No debt. No venture capital. Profitable since year three. FDA clearances are in-hand. What's next, IPO? Ra Medical Co-founder/CEO Dean Irwin talks about how a technology, once only used for LASIK surgery, has now been adapted to tackle the number one killer in America, Cardiovascular Disease. Their ultimate goal with this technology? To prevent ...…
 
No debt. No venture capital. Profitable since year three. FDA clearances are in-hand. What's next, IPO? Ra Medical Co-founder/CEO Dean Irwin talks about how a technology, once only used for LASIK surgery, has now been adapted to tackle the number one killer in America, Cardiovascular Disease. Their ultimate goal with this technology? To prevent ...…
 
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The World Transformed
 
Phil and Stephen discuss recent positive developments in science and technology. Chinese Experiment Reaches Space Station in Historic First A Chinese experiment is now on the International Space Station (ISS), having reached the orbiting lab Monday (June 5) aboard a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft. ____ Superantibiotic is 25,000 times more poten ...…
 
The gadgets you check out on CNET may soon help you live to be 100... or more.By feedback-cnettv@cnet.com (CNETTV).
 
“Trust the process, follow your curiosity, and don’t get to wrapped up in what other people are doing.” - Neil Soni In this episode of Nat Chat we have Neil Soni. Neil and I originally connected over Twitter a few years ago as members of a startup incubator alumni network. While Neil was an undergrad, he started a company called “College Zen” t ...…
 
Jake Glanville and his small biotech startup are trying to beat big pharmaceutical companies and major research institutions to a potentially game-changing medical breakthrough: the universal flu vaccine. Our Sponsors Pipedrive - Pipedrive is an easy-to-use sales management tool designed with small teams in mind. Check out pipedrive.com/startup ...…
 
Jake Glanville and his small biotech startup are trying to beat big pharmaceutical companies and major research institutions to a potentially game-changing medical breakthrough: the universal flu vaccine. Our Sponsors Pipedrive - Pipedrive is an easy-to-use sales management tool designed with small teams in mind. Check out pipedrive.com/startup ...…
 
Australian of the Year, Alan Mackay-Sim, explains how to drive a medical breakthrough, and how innovation is an ongoing journey.
 
In the mid 1800s, a major medical breakthrough happened that has saved countless lives since then. But could it be that this life-saving knowledge was actually available to mankind for millennia before that breakthrough?
 
Phil and Stephen discuss medical breakthroughs enabled by the new gene "word processor,' CRISPR CRISPR and the Dawn of the New Biotech Revolution CRISPR genome editing will transform biotechnology and our lives in the next decade making possible (and cheap*) all kinds of new cures, new crops, new livestock, new industrial processes, and new way ...…
 
LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 5, 2017) – The most exciting two minutes in sports brings horses, jockeys, celebrities and more from across the country and around the world to Louisville, Kentucky every year. While reporters and guests focus on big hats, bow ties, silks and mint juleps researchers at the University of Kentucky are interested in injuries. O ...…
 
http://sermons.beitsimcha.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Miraculous-Blessings-Through-Israel.m4a Shabbat, April 29, 2017 Yom Ha-Atzma-ut God promised to bless Abraham and all his children—the people of Israel, with the land of Israel. Through Israel, God also promised to bless all the people of the earth. V’eemru? (And let us say?) Let’s unpack ...…
 
LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 1, 2017) – This week, the University of Kentucky will honor its next group of undergraduate and graduate degree candidates, as spring commencement ceremonies are held. As these new graduates move on from campus and out into the world, they may soon discover that no matter how far from Lexington they travel, the University of ...…
 
At the turn of the 20th century, the medical field was in a state of experiment and discovery like never before. Doctors would often host "exploratory" surgeries for the wealthy and political class in hopes of receive funding. They would test their theories and newest medical breakthroughs in this scientific theater in order to discover what wa ...…
 
April 15th, 2017 -Please believe that what I'm about to say is not hype, but rather how I honestly feel. This week's program may be the most thrilling we've ever aired. That is because we will discuss a medical breakthrough that gives hope not just to people with structural damage, but also to those with various dreaded diagnoses. I'll have sev ...…
 
Ten with Ken recently went onsite at the University of Waterloo, to learn more about the world's largest free business incubator, Velocity. For the episode, we spoke to 4 young entrepreneurs, including Steven ten Holder, CEO of Acorn Cryotech. This is our complete interview with him. Acorn Cryo sends collection kits to individuals who want to c ...…
 
This week, we hear of an unlikely story from a Scottish nurse. Joy Milne has an extraordinary sense of smell so extraordinary that she can smell Parkinsons disease before doctors can diagnose it. Researchers think this could lead to a medical breakthrough. In Vietnam, the government is warning diners about a link between a local delicacy raw pi ...…
 
This week, we hear of an unlikely story from a Scottish nurse. Joy Milne has an extraordinary sense of smell so extraordinary that she can smell Parkinsons disease before doctors can diagnose it. Researchers think this could lead to a medical breakthrough. In Vietnam, the government is warning diners about a link between a local delicacy raw pi ...…
 
This week, we hear of an unlikely story from a Scottish nurse. Joy Milne has an extraordinary sense of smell – so extraordinary that she can smell Parkinson’s disease before doctors can diagnose it. Researchers think this could lead to a medical breakthrough. In Vietnam, the government is warning diners about a link between a local delicacy – r ...…
 
Ten with Ken recently went onsite at the University of Waterloo, to learn more about the world's largest free business incubator, Velocity. For the episode, we spoke to 4 young entrepreneurs, including Steven ten Holder, CEO of Acorn Cryotech. This is our complete interview with him. Acorn Cryo sends collection kits to individuals who want to c ...…
 
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Good News with Ben and Sarah
 
I hope you were interested in how total artificial hearts work because Ben has the scoop for you! Medical breakthroughs, amusement park confections, educational playlists, and Ben decides to pick up a schtick that Sarah is having none of.
 
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The Ted Broer Show - MP3 Edition
 
The USDA is planting cyanide bombs behind properties in Idaho. ICE agents are now out-numbered 5 to 11,000 versus illegal aliens. The dangers of high sugar intake and the nutrients you lose. Another medical breakthrough showing Vitamin C halts the growth of cancer tumor stem cells. The final list of supposed health foods to avoid.…
 
Dr. Luke Lavis is a chemist who creates new colors. His work on fluorescence and tagging makes scientific and medical breakthroughs possible. Also, it looks really cool. Comedians Matt Porter, Charlie Hankin, and Shalewa Sharpe learn about the mysterious world of chemical tagging and why it might save our lives. Hosted by Chris Duffy. Recorded ...…
 
Dr. Luke Lavis is a chemist who creates new colors. His work on fluorescence and tagging makes scientific and medical breakthroughs possible. Also, it looks really cool. Comedians Matt Porter, Charlie Hankin, and Shalewa Sharpe learn about the mysterious world of chemical tagging and why it might save our lives. Hosted by Chris Duffy. Recorded ...…
 
LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 17, 2017) – Each year we see athletes new and old flipping, dunking and swimming their way to wins and national titles. What we don’t see are the countless staff members working to keep these athletes healthy and in shape before, during and after their meets, games and matches. People like Dr. Kim Kaiser, assistant profess ...…
 
The BBC contacted Facebook about flaws in how the social network flags and filters child pornography, and Facebook called the cops on the BBC. Why? Also, how President Trump came to believe former President Obama tapped his phones, WikiLeaks latest data dump, reporting on medical breakthroughs and newsrooms’ role in the International Day of the ...…
 
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Mar. 7, 2017) – On February 28th, the University of Kentucky Alumni Association held a dinner to honor this year’s recipients of the Great Teacher Award. Six UK professors have been named winners of the award for 2017: Richard Andreatta, College of Health Sciences Gitanjali Pinto-Sinai, College of Dentistry Jeff Reese, College o ...…
 
Studies on studies, asocial media and a beer best drunk high. … in the air. We’ve got a very special episode of Geekdays. Show notes and links: Medical Breakthroughs Often Don’t Pan Out In The Long Run : Shots (npr.org) Social media may not fill the ‘social void’ (futurity.org) Play-Doh moves to make sure you can’t copy their signature smell (m ...…
 
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Witness: Witness Black History
 
In 1951 cells taken from an African American woman suffering from cancer were found to be unique because they carried on reproducing endlessly in the laboratory. Henrietta Lacks died of cervical cancer in 1951. Cultures from her cells have since been used to provide medical breakthroughs but as Farhana Haider reports, Henrietta Lacks was never ...…
 
In 1951 cells taken from an African American woman suffering from cancer were found to be unique because they carried on reproducing endlessly in the laboratory. Henrietta Lacks died of cervical cancer in 1951. Cultures from her cells have since been used to provide medical breakthroughs but as Farhana Haider reports, Henrietta Lacks was never ...…
 
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Witness: Witness Black History
 
In 1951 cells taken from an African American woman suffering from cancer were found to be unique because they carried on reproducing endlessly in the laboratory. Henrietta Lacks died of cervical cancer in 1951. Cultures from her cells have since been used to provide medical breakthroughs but as Farhana Haider reports, Henrietta Lacks was never ...…
 
In 1951 cells taken from an African American woman suffering from cancer were found to be unique because they carried on reproducing endlessly in the laboratory. Henrietta Lacks died of cervical cancer in 1951. Cultures from her cells have since been used to provide medical breakthroughs but as Farhana Haider reports, Henrietta Lacks was never ...…
 
George Noory, guest Robert Lanza and a caller discuss new medical breakthroughs linked to stem cell research, as well as the theory of an expanding universe.
 
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 17, 2017) – Parkinson’s disease is a long-term, progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects movement. An estimated seven to 10 million people worldwide are living with Parkinson’s. The symptoms for the disease usually develop slowly over time, and among the obvious are shaking, rigidity, slowness of movement, an ...…
 
The teeth pullers mull over recent medical breakthroughs for shell-shocked parents, sperm death and touch on improvisational terrorism.
 
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 10, 2017) – February is American Hearth Health Month, and this past February 3rd marked the 14th annual National Wear Red Day for Women. It’s a day designed to call our attention to recognizing heart disease as the #1 killer of women in this country, and to raise awareness of women’s overall heart health. According to the C ...…
 
UK Libraries is integral to the University’s mission of teaching and learning, research, and outreach. Consisting of 10 major facilities, including the William T. Young Library, the John A. Morris Equine Library, the Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library, and more, UK Libraries collaborates with faculty across campus and the Commonwealth of ...…
 
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Jan. 27, 2017) – Bias, conscious and unconscious, can have a much greater impact in our lives than we possibly give credit for. It can shape daily decisions, frame our outlook on the world, impact our relationships, and create divisions among us that can jeopardize our business and personal wellbeing. In an effort to assist facu ...…
 
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