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Wellness Force Radio | Discovering Physical & Emotional Intelligence To Live Life Well
 
It's no secret that the current condition of our toxic world makes it challenging to build sustainable health and avoid disease. This is also largely due to the fact that our soil and plants don't contain the same nutritional potency they once did. JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP | REVIEW THIS PODCAST Even with a clean diet and healthy lifestyle, many ...…
 
Dr. Laurie Ryan was our guest for the June Alzheimer’s Talks presented by UsAgainstAlzheimer's. Dr. Ryan is Chief of the Dementias of Aging Branch in the Division of Neuroscience at the National Institute on Aging, which is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). At the National Institute on Aging, she directs Alzheimer’s disease clini ...…
 
The RunRunLive 4.0 Podcast Episode 4-369 – Vybarr and the Muse of Running (Audio: link) [audio:http://www.RunRunLive.com/PodcastEpisodes/epi4369.mp3] Link epi4369.mp3 MarathonBQ – How to Qualify for the Boston Marathon in 14 Weeks - http://www.marathonbq.com/qualify-for-the-boston-marathon-in-14-weeks/ Hello my friends, and welcome to episode 4 ...…
 
How is financial risk quantified by those within the system, and what are the human factors – gut feelings, hormones and/or emotions – that impact that? From risky lending practices, to packaged financial instruments like mortgage-backed securities no-one really understood, the post-mortem on the financial crisis revealed the degree to which hu ...…
 
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Messiah Community Radio Talk Show
 
Our special guest is Adam McHugh, author of Introverts in the Church. Adam shows how introverts can live and minister in ways consistent with their personalities. He explains how introverts and extroverts process information and approach relationships differently and how introverts can practice Christian spirituality in ways that fit who they a ...…
 
Who isn’t confused about dating these days? In order to survive today’s complex dating scene, what the HECK is a good guy or gal to do? Heidi Crockett outlines brain integration as a solution for dating difficulties. Heidi applies well-researched neuroscience principles to screening people and finding love. Heidi Crockett graduated cum laude fr ...…
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
In the future we might be able to choose our memories and delete the bad ones. Now that might sound like something from science fiction, indeed it's the plot to films like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, but could it actually happen? Researchers at Columbia University have been using snails to try and single out memories in their brains ...…
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
In the future we might be able to choose our memories and delete the bad ones. Now that might sound like something from science fiction, indeed it's the plot to films like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, but could it actually happen? Researchers at Columbia University have been using snails to try and single out memories in their brains ...…
 
Joshua Gordon and Chirstoph Kellendonk of Department of Psychiatry, Pharmacology, Division of Neuroscience, and Division of Molecular Therapeutics in Columbia University and New York State Psychiatric Institute Funding is from NIH, Hope for Depression Research Foundation, and the Irma Hirschl Trust. Nature Neuroscience, 2017, Vol 20, p 987-996 ...…
 
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The Conspiracy Show Podcast – Zoomer Radio AM740
 
PART ONE – NORTH KOREAS MISSILES Richard welcomes two regular panelists to the program to debate North Koreas Bad Behavior. POTUS warned that he’s considering “some pretty severe things” in response to the communist nation’s unprecedented launch of a missile capable of reaching the U.S. PART TWO – DESIGNER BABIES Richard welcomes a Professor of ...…
 
As part of the Neuro Central Spotlight of neuromodulation, we spoke to Jerrold Vitek, Professor of Neurology and a prominent voice in this ever-expanding field. Dr Vitek is currently the Head of the Neurology Department and Director of the Neuromodulation Research Program at the University of Minnesota (MN, USA), and is the PI for a number of n ...…
 
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Serious Inquiries Only
 
Today's conversation is with Matthew Facciani and Jeremiah Traeger. They're here to educate us on some of the problems in publishing and academia! Matthew began his academic career in cognitive neuroscience and later switched to sociology where he is now finishing his PhD at The University of South Carolina. Currently, his main research area in ...…
 
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Serious Inquiries Only
 
Today's conversation is with Matthew Facciani and Jeremiah Traeger. They're here to educate us on some of the problems in publishing and academia! Matthew began his academic career in cognitive neuroscience and later switched to sociology where he is now finishing his PhD at The University of South Carolina. Currently, his main research area in ...…
 
Follow OklaSaid the #Oklaed Podcast on: Podcast Hosts and where to find us on Twitter: Erin Barnes: twitter.com/ebarnes73 Scott Haselwood: twitter.com/teachfromhere Who hosted the #oklaed chat and where to find them on Twitter: Hosted by Kenneth Ward @kennethdward Overview of chat topic Are we really preparing Ss to be College and Career Ready? ...…
 
Your Brain on Drugs will walk you through the various ways that drugs work in the brain, including why certain drugs can be deadly and others are just plain weird. This second episode features an interview with neuroscience addiction researcher Ben Romoli where we discuss how particular drugs affect the brain, including why certain drugs can be ...…
 
(Photo by John Moore, Getty Images) On this edition of the Line One we discuss placebos and the work of Dr. Fabrizio Benedetti and others, who are researching the mechanisms behind placebo effects. Our guest is Dr. Virginia Campbell, creator of the Brain Science Podcast. LISTEN HERE HOST: Dr. Thad Woodard GUESTS: Virginia Campbell, MD is an eme ...…
 
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A Show To Fascinate 55+ age Community
 
Mario Livio- Why? What Makes Us Curious Smithsonian Associates, Interview Series The ability to ask “why?”makes us uniquely human. Curiosity drives basic scientific research, is the engine behind creativity in all disciplines from the arts to technology, and a necessary ingredient in every form of storytelling (literature, film, TV, or even a s ...…
 
Mario Livio- Why? What Makes Us Curious Smithsonian Associates, Interview Series The ability to ask “why?” makes us uniquely human. Curiosity drives basic scientific research, is the engine behind creativity in all disciplines from the arts to technology, and a necessary ingredient in every form of storytelling (literature, film, TV, or even a ...…
 
This week, we bring you two stories of difficult professional relationships in science, whether in the field or in the lab.Part 1: As a young biology student, Margot Wohl is excited to spend a summer in the field, but her male colleague expects her to do all the work.Part 2: Physics major Stephanie Loeb travels to Singapore to study nanoparticl ...…
 
This week, we bring you two stories of difficult professional relationships in science, whether in the field or in the lab.Part 1: As a young biology student, Margot Wohl is excited to spend a summer in the field, but her male colleague expects her to do all the work.Part 2: Physics major Stephanie Loeb travels to Singapore to study nanoparticl ...…
 
This week, we bring you two stories of difficult professional relationships in science, whether in the field or in the lab.Part 1: As a young biology student, Margot Wohl is excited to spend a summer in the field, but her male colleague expects her to do all the work.Part 2: Physics major Stephanie Loeb travels to Singapore to study nanoparticl ...…
 
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CHITHEADS - Embodied Philosophy
 
David Vago is Research Director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He is an associate professor in the department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. He also maintains an appointment as a research associate in the Functional Neuroimaging Lab ...…
 
Jimmy talks with APTA VP Lisa Saladin about what exactly the APTA VP does, the value of an APTA membership and what’s on the horizon for the association from the APTA media center at the NEXT conference in Boston Massachusetts. Lisa’s Bio: Lisa Saladin, PT, PhD, FAPTA Dr. Saladin is currently serving as Interim Provost at the Medical University ...…
 
Lars Furenlid, Co-Director of the Center for Gamma-ray Imaging and Professor in Optical Sciences, works with a team of colleagues and graduate students to develop technologies for molecular imaging, the mapping of biological function using tiny amounts of radioisotope-labeled tracer molecules. By combining the very latest advances in light sens ...…
 
Today's guest on the McKay Interview is Professor Nayef Al-Rodhan who describes himself as a Philosopher, Neuroscientist and Geostrategist.He is head of the Geopolitics and Global Futures programme at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy.Professor Al-Rodhan holds an MD and PhD in Neurosurgery and Neuroscience at the famous Mayo Clinic in the U ...…
 
Stumbling on Happiness was a powerful book that a lot of people have told me I should read. Here is the book description extracted from Amazon: "Bringing to life scientific research in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, philosophy, and behavioral economics, this bestselling book reveals what scientists have discovered about the uniquely human ...…
 
This event was recorded live at The RSA on Thursday 29th June 2017We want to believe that there are some things we would never do. We want to believe that there are others we always would. But how can we be sure?Why do human beings hurt other human beings – and what can we do about it? The celebrated human rights barrister and researcher Dexter ...…
 
Jeffrey S. Lidke earned his M.A. (1996) and Ph.D. (2000) in South Asia Religion and Philosophy from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and his B.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Colorado (1990). He was a Fulbright Dissertation Fellow to Nepal in the 1996-97 academic year. During his graduate years, Lidke devoted himself ...…
 
In the past two weeks I’ve taken three naps at work, a total of an hour or so of shut-eye while on the clock. And I have no shame or uncertainty about doing it. I couldn’t feel better about it, and my productivity reflects it, too.Sleeping on the job is one of those workplace taboos — like leaving your desk for lunch or taking an afternoon walk ...…
 
Although aerosol particles in the air are microscopic in size, their effects are all around us every moment of our lives. They affect public health, mostly owing to their deposition in the respiratory tract; in fact, of all environmental threats, particles are responsible for the most deaths globally. Particles also have huge effects on climate ...…
 
Our daytime functioning depends in large measure on the sleep we get at night. No doubt that helps explain why we spend approximately 36 percent of our lifetimes sleeping. How can we embrace bedtime instead of resenting it? Can you reset your body clock along with your alarm clock? How to Set Your Body Clock: Our body clocks need bright natural ...…
 
Our daytime functioning depends in large measure on the sleep we get at night. No doubt that helps explain why we spend approximately 36 percent of our lifetimes sleeping. How can we embrace bedtime instead of resenting it? Can you reset your body clock along with your alarm clock? How to Set Your Body Clock: Our body clocks need bright natural ...…
 
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Burning Issues with Dr. Mitch Earleywine
 
Today on Burning Issues DR. Mich is Joined by Professor Philip Asherson from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience. At King's College London Professor Philip is the head of The ADHD Genetics Group. This group is a research group within the SGDP whose main aim is to identify the genes involved in ADHD and related behavioural tra ...…
 
Dr. Cozolino has diverse clinical and research interests and hold degrees in philosophy, theology, and clinical psychology. His interests are in the areas of the synthesis of neuroscience with psychotherapy, education, management, and leadership. He is the author of seven books The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy(3rd Edition), The Social Neurosci ...…
 
Dr. Cozolino has diverse clinical and research interests and hold degrees in philosophy, theology, and clinical psychology. His interests are in the areas of the synthesis of neuroscience with psychotherapy, education, management, and leadership. He is the author of seven books The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy(3rd Edition), The Social Neurosci ...…
 
Dr. Cozolino has diverse clinical and research interests and hold degrees in philosophy, theology, and clinical psychology. His interests are in the areas of the synthesis of neuroscience with psychotherapy, education, management, and leadership. He is the author of seven books The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy(3rd Edition), The Social Neurosci ...…
 
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The Distilled Man: Confidence | Self-Development | Career | Lifestyle | Relationships
 
The Distilled Man - Essential Skills for Gentlemen If you want to be more successful in life, there’s no shortage of advice out there. Unfortunately, much of that advice persists simply because it sounds good—not because it actually works. When you really look at the research, most of those catchy maxims about how to get ahead or live a fuller ...…
 
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Afternoons with Rob Breakenridge
 
Dr. Adrian Owen Canada Excellence Research Chair in Cognitive Imaging and Neuroscience, University of Western Ontario and author of the new book Into The Gray Zone has been involved in some groundbreaking research showing that some patients who haver been written off as in a vegetative state- are very much aware of what is happening.…
 
I speak with my return guest, Dr. Louis Cozolino, psychologist, professor, and among others author of the book, The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy which has just come out in a 3rd edition.
 
I speak with my return guest, Dr. Louis Cozolino, psychologist, professor, and among others author of the book, The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy which has just come out in a 3rd edition.
 
I speak with my return guest, Dr. Louis Cozolino, psychologist, professor, and among others author of the book, The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy which has just come out in a 3rd edition.
 
Learn what Fortune 500 & 1000 companies know about how to market your business and brand as well get your message out in a BIGGER by understanding how the brain works. According to leading neuroscientists, 95 percent of all thoughts, emotions, and learning are subconscious patterns first and thus influence our consumer behavior. Learn how to ta ...…
 
This episode is sponsored by PlateJoy- The Meal Planner That Makes Healthy Eating Easy. Go to PlateJoy.com to get 10 days FREE and enter the code LOVELY to get $10 off a membership. Thank you, PlateJoy! ******* On this episode of Cultivating the Lovely, Heather Haupt pulls up a chair to chat about how a stellar opportunity to build character wi ...…
 
Senate GOP just dropped the highly anticipated “Better Care Reconciliation Act” (read our latest Health on the Hill post about it here). Keifer and Ti break it down [1:19] before talking with Martha Streng, PhD candidate in neuroscience at the University of Minnesota [27:46]. She discusses the threats of significant cuts to research funding und ...…
 
Blind people with no light perception can suffer from a variety of sleep problems. Its now been proved that for the majority of blind people with no light perception, the lack of light makes it impossible for a gland situated in the brain to produce sufficient levels of a hormone called melatonin. This can lead to circadian sleep disorders whic ...…
 
This week we review 1) Time to Appendectomy Outcomes: Serres SK, Cameron DB, Glass CC, Graham DA, Zurakowski D, Karki M, Anandalwar SP, Rangel SJ. Time to Appendectomy and Risk of Complicated Appendicitis and Adverse Outcomes in Children. JAMA Pediatr. Published online June 19, 2017. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2017.0885 2) Which Diets Work: Ara ...…
 
The dying are still capable of seeing, hearing and understanding all that is said in their presence, even though it appears they cannot. 20% of patients who appear uncommunicative are able to see, hear and understand what is going on around them. Guest: Dr. Adrian Owen, Ph.D., Canadian Excellence Research Chair in Neuroscience and Imaging at th ...…
 
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