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Best Movement Disorder Society podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Movement Disorder Society podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Mike and Sarah are journalists obsessed with the past. Every week they reconsider an event, person or phenomenon that's been miscast in the public imagination.
 
Each week, Dan Cummins takes fascinating listener suggested topics and enthusiastically dives into time sucks about everything from Charles Manson to the Lizard Illuminati, absurdly and sarcastically sharing the best of what he uncovers with you. Time to get curious! Time for Timesuck.
 
The MDS Podcast channel was created with the ultimate goal of improving education in Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders, while keeping MDS members, other neurologists, health professionals and neuroscientists updated with novel and clinically-relevant research findings. A monthly issue of the podcast will highlight the results of an article published in the Society journals, Movement Disorders or Movement Disorders Clinical Practice, including an interview with one of the autho ...
 
Fearless Rebelle Radio is dedicated to empowering you to break free of societal standards and body shame. Summer interviews the leading experts in body image, the anti-diet movement, self-help and feminism, covering a range of topics that include: body positivity, size acceptance, self-worth, self-esteem, intuitive eating and eating disorder recovery, health at every size and positive psychology. Summer also gives practical advice and shares personal experiences to help you accept your body ...
 
Divorce may be the end of one chapter, but it’s also an opportunity for a bright future. You are the author of the story of your life, get some inspiration from “Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle” the weekly divorce podcast that will keep you thriving as you embrace your fresh start! Hosted by Jennifer Butler for Worthy.com
 
How would you define your relationship with your body? Join bestselling cookery author, personal trainer and presenter Roz Purcell and her guests who get frank about their personal and ever-changing journeys towards self love and acceptance. As the body positivity movement takes full flight, Bite Back puts pleasure back on your plate, exploring why numbers on a scale doesn’t and shouldn’t define us, and how amazing our bodies really are.
 
Change Thrivers Radio offers women (and supportive men) information, inspiration and tools that empowers them to live authentic lives. We present programming that helps you ride the waves of life’s changes and challenges. Our intention is to offer Change Thrivers skills so you can fulfill your maximum potential for greatness.
 
Sharing authentic raw excerpts from my own life and from the lives of people who inspire me, to help us all remember the extra in the ordinary, the divine in the daily and the beauty in the messy.
 
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Joseph Duncan. What a terrible, terrible dude. This was one of the hardest episodes we've done yet. I knew it would be dark, but, I didn't know it would be THIS dark. The worst of Duncan's crimes happened just a few miles from the Suck Dungeon. In mid-May of 2005, Duncan brutally murdered three family members just outside of Couer d'Alene Idaho. He…
 
Operation Iceworm. Operation Gladio. Operation Paperclip, Sea Spray, Acoustic Kitty, and more. What has the US government kept secret over the years, and why? How does information become classified? Declassified? What sensitive information has been leaked over the years and by whom? We dig into a lot of secrets today that are no longer so secret wh…
 
Sarah tells Mike the ending to the story of the mimbo houseguest and O.J.’s alibi. Digressions include O. Henry, Nigerian e-mail scams and Dave Coulier. Mike wildly over-simplifies the Brexit vote. Support us: Subscribe on Patreon, make a donation or buy a tote bag! https://rottenindenmark.files.wordpress.com/2020/01/kato-kaelin-part-2.mp3…
 
Dr. Schaefer discusses with Dr. Gregory her recent study on neuroimaging changes and fluid biomarkers in Huntington's disease, and how those may be used to better characterize the biological basis for neurodegeneration in this disease.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
I’m interviewing Holly Whitaker author of Quit Like A Woman and founder and CEO of sobriety school Tempest, about how alcohol culture strips us of our power, the patriarchal nature of AA and her approach to becoming a non-drinker geared towards women and other marginalized groups. We chat about: -Holly’s personal story of her battle with alcohol an…
 
Boanthropy. Capgras Delusion. Alien Hand Syndrome. Clinical Lycanthropy. We go over a variety of rare and unusual mental disorders today and also give an overview of how we meatsacks deal with mental health and how many of us are dealing with more common mental disorders. I also give some insight into my own unusual thoughts and try to illustrate h…
 
After 40, life changes for many of us. Along with those changes come lots of questions about everything that lies ahead. Nina Lorez Collins joins us for a frank discussion about life after 40 and so many of the things that it entails: The good, the bad, and the ugly!By Worthy
 
On the morning of June 13th, 1977, at Camp Scott, in Mayes County, Oklahoma, the dead bodies of three young girl scouts, ages 8, 9, and 10, are discovered by a camp counselor. The girls had been raped and murdered hours earlier in the middle of the night. Who could've committed such a disgusting crime? Find out on a true crime, murder mystery editi…
 
“If you’re black, you can’t get work as a serial killer even if you’re manifestly qualified.” Mike tells Sarah how a military veteran became an abuser, a murderer and, eventually, a footnote in his own crime spree. Digressions include Jim Jones, the Addams Family and “The Gillooly Gang.” The episode gets super dark about two-thirds in, but brighten…
 
If Heather Monahan’s name seems familiar to you, it’s likely that you’ve already been introduced! She’s the best-selling author of Confidence Creator, the founder of Boss in Heels, and creator of the popular podcast Creating Confidence, among many other accomplishments.By Worthy
 
Happy New Year! 2020 is almost here and we do a little a summary of what went on with Timesuck in 2019. It was the best of years. Hail Nimrod! Also, for a little inspiration, we cover the life and heroic times of Colonel Robert L. Howard - one of the most highly decorated US Special Forces officers in United States military history. His bravery in …
 
Considering divorce? Wondering whether you should stay or go? Like so many of us, Kate Anthony has been in your shoes, worrying about whether she was giving up too soon, concerned over potentially losing friends and family, and afraid that divorce would damage her children.By Worthy
 
Ummm.... more Nazis this week. Not EXACTLY a normal holiday choice, but what's normal on Timesuck? Today we look at the Warsaw Ghetto - the largest concentration of European Jews was in Poland, and more Polish Jews lived in Warsaw than in any other city - forced to live in a "ghetto," a walled off city-within-a-city. And the Warsaw ghetto residents…
 
I’m interviewing Steph Gaudreau, NTP, and author of The Core 4 about how diet culture impacts wellness, why Steph shifted her message to Intuitive Eating and how she experienced burnout as an entrepreneur. We chat about: - Steph’s story with how she got into health and fitness and how that evolved and adapted when she discovered Intuitive Eating, -…
 
We all have a tendency to see ourselves from a surface perspective, taking family, friendships, and lifestyle into account. But what happens when we strip outside factors away? Who are we, truly, underneath? Who are we when our relationship status changes, when we’re “divorced” instead of “married?”By Worthy
 
The Nazi’s Search for the Holy Grail. We look at this today and also into so, so many other strange beliefs held by Heinrich Himmler, Hitler, and other occult-minded Nazis. Today we’re going real wackadoodle, talking about ice giants, the hollow earth, the lost island of Atlantis, and so much more. We’re looking into the origins of the myth of Arya…
 
Sarah tells Mike how an aspiring actor protected and then betrayed Nicole Brown Simpson without knowing he was doing either. Digressions include ’80s movie tropes, ski-resort etiquette and the need for a process of “un-faming.” Unfortunately, this episode contains graphic descriptions of violence and abuse. Support us: Subscribe on Patreon, make a …
 
If Bela Gandhi’s name sounds familiar to you, it’s possible you’ve seen or heard her before. A renowned dating relationship expert and frequent guest on the Steve Harvey Show, Match.com relationship insider, and regular contributor to the Today Show and Good Morning America. Bela founded her website, Smart Dating Academy, in 2009. She frequently ap…
 
Stan Lee! The man, the myth, the legend! The man who co-created 200 different comic book characters. The co-creator of Spiderman, Thor, the Hulk, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and so many other popular characters. The man who is still the face of the Marvel empire after his death. We go over this incredible creator's legendary life today and also …
 
What happens when personality disorders and mental health problems go hand in hand with divorce? Prominent New York divorce attorney and certified divorce financial analyst Lisa Zeiderman is here to help you navigate the complications that can occur when divorce and personality disorders collide.By Worthy
 
I’m running solo giving you everything you need on how to handle holiday “overeating” and weight gain. We also talk about how to overcome guilt around eating and how to deal with general holiday stress. In this episode, we chat about: - The diet cycle and how mental and physical restriction lead to our concerns about “overeating,” - Why I hate the …
 
Killdozer. The story of one man, Marvin Heemeyer, who modified a Komatsu D355A bulldozer into a demolition weapon, and then go on a two plus hour rampage in the small town of Granby, Colorado in 2004. Why did he do this? Well, in a way it's very complicated. And in another way it's very simple. I do my best to make sense of it all and explain it to…
 
“There’s no precedent for women in this family being treated like they matter.” Sarah tells Mike about the Bronco chase as Paula Barbieri experienced it. Then, she recounts how a poor kid from Panama City, Florida, made it all the way to the high-fashion world of Paris, France—and discovered that she had jumped out of the frying pan and into the fi…
 
I’m running solo giving you everything you need on how to handle holiday diet or body talk. We also talk about how to make boundary setting easier and how to be more resilient to diet culture. In this episode, we chat about: - Why boundaries are necessary towards supporting your mental health and self-worth, - 3 ways to deal with unsolicited commen…
 
Have you ever heard the saying “Health is wealth?” Of all the investments we make, those that provide a positive impact on health are among the most important. Award-winning author and positive aging expert Barbara Hannah Grufferman joins us this week with actionable advice on staying healthy as we age.…
 
David Berkowitz. The Son of Sam. One of America's most infamous serial killers. The man who terrorized the already terrible New York City in the mid-1970s. Berkowitz would kill six, injure nine others, and terrify millions. Why did he do it? Because demonic dogs told him to? Because he was mad that his birth mother abandoned him? Because of his rom…
 
Mike tells Sarah how NGOs, activists and George W. Bush resurrected the ‘stranger danger’ panic for the modern era. Digressions include Reply All, muffins and Yelp for massage parlors. Mike’s vocal fry is worse than usual. Support us on Patreon or order fun T-shirts! Corrections: Mike gets the first name of Catharine MacKinnon wrong and says first-…
 
Ease of healthy and happy living Busy, Stressed, and Food ObsessedBy Worthy
 
I’m interviewing Nicola Salmon, fat-positive and feminist fertility coach and author of Fat Positive Fertility. We talk about how to accept your body, improve your health and fertility without focusing on size and advocating for yourself with health professionals. We chat about: - Nicole’s story with fertility and how she learned to accept her body…
 
The Happy Face Killer. Wow. What a dirtbag! What an especially hate-able dude, even for a serial killer. Keith Hunter Jesperson raped and strangled at least eight women in the early 90s. His crimes were hard to link together because of the spread out location of the bodies - women's remained dumped off the side of various roads as he traveled aroun…
 
Sarah tells Mike how Marcia Clark got the slam-dunk case that ended her career as a trial lawyer. Digressions include string cheese, “Inception” and what calling women “difficult” means in 2019. We go on the record in favor of a wide range of frivolous hobbies. If you want to support the show, you can subscribe on Patreon or (new!) buy a tote bag o…
 
Moms give their all, spending an incredible amount of time and effort on becoming the best possible parent to their little ones. All too often though, we moms tend to lose ourselves in the process. Our commitment to our children often overshadows our own dreams.By Worthy
 
Happy Veteran's Day to all our American men and women armed forces members. Much respect to armed forces members world wide. Going international today to talk about one of the most decorated war heroes in the history of Finland, and the sniper with the highest number of confirmed kills in military history: Simo Hayha. Nicknamed "White Death" by the…
 
As part of the MDS Congress 2019 Special Issue, Dr. Matarazzo interviews Dr. Respondek about atypical parkinsonisms, focusing on the MDS activities to advance in the knowledge and management of these diseases and facilitate clinical trials.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
As part of the MDS Congress 2019 Special Issue, Dr. Matarazzo interviews Dr. Ganos about the newly created MDS Tic Disorders and Tourette Syndrome Study Group, and the main news breakthroughs in the field, that have been discussed during the MDS Congress.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
As part of the MDS Congress 2019 Special Issue, Dr. Matarazzo interviews Dr. Elble about recent advances in tremor classification, diagnosis and treatment approaches, and about the future plans of the MDS Tremor study group to overcome current challenges for clinicians and researchers.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
As part of the MDS Congress 2019 Special Issue, Dr. Matarazzo interviews Dr. Espay about technology in movement disorders, highlighting recent advances and the goal of the MDS to create a platform that will combine technology-based data and e-diaries.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
As part of the MDS Congress 2019 Special Issue, Dr. Matarazzo interviews Dr. Chaudhuri about news in Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia, including new treatments, scales and other advances in early and late-stage PD.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
Katey Johnson is living proof that taking risks, embracing possibilities, and stepping into the unknown can make life better than we’ve ever imagined. When divorce changed her life forever (and for the better), Katey learned the value of placing one foot in front of the other, forging ahead, and creating a life that’s as rewarding as it is enjoyabl…
 
The Manhattan Project! The United States gathered all the best minds it could find to develop atomic weapons before the Germans or Japan beat them to the nuclear WW2 punch. And then, after Germany and Italy had already been defeated, America dropped atomic weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Was this action morally justified? And how did the United …
 
It's a special episode because I’m speaking to 5 incredible women, whom I’m willing to bet will have pieces of their story resonate with you. These are 5 of my clients who worked with me during the You, On Fire program over the past 2-3 years and they are here to show you that it is possible to go from obsessing over food and hating your body, to n…
 
“Centering conversations around blame is not the most useful thing for us to be doing.” Sarah tells Mike about the woman who broke up with O.J. Simpson on the morning of the murders — then stayed by his side through the trial. Michael Bolton makes an extended cameo appearance. Support us on Patreon Links! Michael Bolton’s “Completely” “L.A. in the …
 
Dr. Schaefer discusses with Dr. Kamel the role of botulinum toxin in the treatment of refractory upper limb tremor, and his center's tailored approach to provide relief for these patients.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
Few topics have been suggested to us in the last year as often as the razor blade in the apple. Luckily we’ve got you covered with last year’s Urban Legend Spectacular! Come for the poisoned candy, stay for the high beams and rainbow parties. Support us on Patreon Links! “The Razor Blade in the Apple: The Social Construction of Urban Legends” Miria…
 
Sarah takes Mike on a grisly journey from Wisconsin bachelor Ed Gein’s house to the horror movies he inspired. This is a re-broadcast of our 2018 Halloween episode, whose themes are evergreen. Support us on Patreon https://rottenindenmark.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/slashers.mp3By Mike
 
I’m with Graeme Seabrook, certified life coach and founder of The Mom Center talking about how capitalism and the patriarchy shape the way we view motherhood, how this impacts our self-worth and how to start advocating for your wants. We discuss: - The personal story that inspired Graeme to become a coach for moms, - How capitalism and patriarchy i…
 
Many of us view divorce as an ending, and in many ways, it is. When we end our relationships, we close one chapter of our lives and open another. What does the next chapter hold? The answer is up to us: How we reinvent ourselves determines the paths our lives will take going forward.By Worthy
 
The Church of Satan! How many babies do they sacrifice? Do the babies have to be Christian? How many virgins are presented to dudes wearing robes or devil horns or goat masks at their orgies? Do any of these questions actually pertain to real Satanism? Today we look mostly at LaVayen Satanism - the most common and well known branch of Satanic worsh…
 
As part of the MDS Congress 2019 Special Issue, Dr. Schaefer interviews Dr. Jinnah about notable research in dystonia and activities of the MDS Dystonia Study Group.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
As part of the MDS Congress 2019 Special Issue, Dr. Schaefer interviews Dr. Strafella about the emerging research in neuroimaging in movement disorders and plans to establish a centralized database for neuroimaging in atypical parkinsonisms.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
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