Best tubercolosi podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Maine Ghost Hunters - Video Podcasts - Henryton Sanitarium Mini-Documentary
 
Videos of Maine Ghost Hunters featuring investigations, team documentaries and instructional information sessions.
 
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Take as Directed
Weekly
 
Take as Directed is the podcast series of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. It highlights important news, events, issues, and perspectives in global health policy, particularly in infectious disease, health security, and maternal, newborn, and child health. The podcast brings you commentary and perspectives from some of the leading voices in global health and CSIS Global Health Policy Center in-house experts
 
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RVC Podcast
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From arthritis and bird flu to vaccines and zoo animal health, Dr Mark Cleasby (Dr Matthias Kleinz - on episodes 1 to 20) and his colleagues will give you an insight into the work conducted at the UK's largest veterinary school. In bite size interviews with experts you can find out how the Royal Veterinary College, the University of London's vet school, is pushing the frontiers in veterinary medicine and basic science. Recent episodes include: Immune-mediated diseases and the role of Regulat ...
 
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Letters from Egypt by Lady Lucie Duff-Gordon
 
As a girl, Lady Duff-Gordon was noted both for her beauty and intelligence. As an author, she is most famous for this collection of letters from Egypt. Lady Duff-Gordon had tuberculosis, and went to Egypt for her health. This collection of her personal letters to her mother and her husband. By all accounts everyone loved her, and the letters are very personal in style and content. The letters are as much an introduction to her person as a record of her life on the Upper Nile.
 
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Take Back Your Health NOW! with Dr Dan Margolin
 
Why are we less healthy today? According to a 2015 Gallup poll, 53 percent of Americans work out at least a half an hour a day, which is the highest it’s ever been. The fitness industry is a leading industry amounting to $81.2 billion annually. Almost 45 percent of Americans claim they have gone organic, with that number as high as 53 percent in ages 18-29. Although Americans are trying very hard to be better and more healthy versions of themselves, why is our health worsening and healthcare ...
 
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Hotel D'Angleterre And Other Stories, The by HAWKER, Mary Elizabeth
 
Five short stories by Lanoe Falconer which is the pseudonym of the English writer, Marie Elizabeth Hawker (1848 - 1908). Her works, though few, were well received. Never married, her health was precarious, preventing her from writing more, though she wished to. She died of tuberculosis, as did her brother. (Summary by David Wales)
 
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Soul Mates: Meet the Creator
Daily+
 
Creative producers Nick Boshier, Connor Van Vuuren and Christiaan Van Vuuren discuss their new ABC2 comedy series Soul Mates. They talk about their journey from creating YouTube video blogs from Christiaan’s hospital room — where he was being treated for tuberculosis — to such projects as the cartoon series Beached Az and TV series Bondi Hipsters.
 
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The Song of the Chattahoochee. by LANIER, Sidney
 
Sidney Clopton Lanier was an American musician, poet and author. He served in the Confederate army, worked on a blockade running ship for which he was imprisoned (resulting in his catching tuberculosis), taught, worked at a hotel where he gave musical performances, was a church organist, and worked as a lawyer. As a poet he used dialects. He became a flautist and sold poems to publications. He eventually became a university professor and is known for his adaptation of musical meter to poetry ...
 
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Old Hampshire Vignettes by HAWKER, Mary Elizabeth
 
Lanoe Falconer is the pseudonym of the English writer, Marie Elizabeth Hawker (1848 - 1908). Her works, though few, were well received. She lived most of her life in the Hampshire Valley, the source of these verbal sketches. Never married, her health was precarious, preventing her from writing more, though she wished to. She died of tuberculosis, as did her brother. (Summary by David Wales)
 
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Letters from Egypt by DUFF-GORDON, Lucie
 
As a girl, Lady Duff-Gordon was noted both for her beauty and intelligence. As an author, she is most famous for this collection of letters from Egypt. Lady Duff-Gordon had tuberculosis, and went to Egypt for her health. This collection of her personal letters to her mother and her husband. By all accounts everyone loved her, and the letters are very personal in style and content. The letters are as much an introduction to her person as a record of her life on the Upper Nile.
 
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Bacteria in Daily Life by FRANKLAND, Grace Coleridge
 
The author provides a fascinating look at the emerging science of bacteriology at the start of the twentieth century including early progress in understanding and preventing diseases such as tuberculosis and diphtheria. The book also includes chapters on the spread of disease through close contact with infected persons as well as from contaminated drinking water and milk. Water purification methods as well as the stability of various disease-causing organisms to extremes of heat and cold is ...
 
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Ivanov by CHEKHOV, Anton
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Nicolai (anglicised Nicholas in this translation) Ivanov, a middle-aged public servant, is unhappy. His wife Anna, disinherited by her family after converting from Judaism, is dying of tuberculosis. He is deeply in debt. And his best friend’s daughter is infatuated with him. Comedy and tragedy ensue in truly Chekhovian fashion. An example of the young Chekhov’s maturing style, Ivanov is an early harbinger of themes that would recur throughout his work. (Summary by mb) Cast Nicholas Ivanov: m ...
 
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Past Days by BRONTë, Anne
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 12 recordings of Past Days by Emily Brontë . This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 28th, 2010 Anne Brontë was a British novelist and poet, the youngest member of the Brontë literary family. She wrote a volume of poetry with her sisters (Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell, 1846) and in short succession she wrote two novels. Agnes Grey, based upon her experiences as a governess, was published in 1847. Her second and last novel, The Tenant of Wildfell ...
 
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Story of a Bad Boy, The by ALDRICH, Thomas Bailey
 
Thomas Bailey Aldrich was a child when his father moved to New Orleans from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. After 10 years, Aldrich was sent back to Portsmouth to prepare for college. This period of his life is partly described in his semi-autobiographical novel The Story of a Bad Boy (1870), in which "Tom Bailey" is the juvenile hero. Critics have said that this novel contains the first realistic depiction of childhood in American fiction and prepared the ground for Adventures of Huckleberry Fin ...
 
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Doctor's Dilemma, The by SHAW, George Bernard
 
The Doctor's Dilemma is about Dr. Colenso Ridgeon, who has recently been knighted because of a miraculous new treatment he developed for tuberculosis. As his friends arrive to congratulate him on his success, he is visited by two figures who present him with a difficult decision. He has room for one more patient in his clinic; should he give it to Louis Dubedat, a brilliant but absolutely immoral artist, or Dr. Blenkinsop, a poor and rather ordinary physician who is a truly good person? Dr. ...
 
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-Italians rise up against proposed mandatory vaccination protocol. Italy says they will take away your children if you refuse vaccinations.-In Canada, can object to vaccinations on the basis of conscience, health, and religious freedom.-California declared GMOs to be carcinogenic.-Giving Vitamin B2 or black pepper to dogs for flea prevention. C ...…
 
In global health circles, Dr Eric Goosby’s reputation precedes him. A physician by training, he has been a leader in the development and implementation of HIV/AIDS policy for 30 years and is perhaps best known for his role as the US Global AIDS Coordinator (2009-2013). In 2015, Dr Goosby accepted an appointment as the UN Secretary-General’s Spe ...…
 
Airborne – isolation room, negative pressure room, must wear appropriate mask and additional PPE (gown, gloves) Measles Varicella Tuberculosis Droplet – isolation room, surgical mask okay, gown, gloves Meningitis Pertussis Pneumonia Influenza Contact – isolation room, gown and gloves Colonized organism, or present of / infection with an MDRO MR ...…
 
We must demand rigorous ongoing and independent testing as to the effect of aerial 1080 drops on New Zealand’s wilderness, fauna and ecosystems. Clyde and brother Steve have won International Awards for their 1080 NZ documentary, Poisoning Paradise The movie Poisoning Paradise is about the aerial dispersal of 1080 throughout New Zealand in orde ...…
 
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OTHER DISEASES ONE CAN HAVE AS A RESULT OF HAVING TUBERCULOSIS HEALTH/ILERABy podcasts@awr.org (AWR).
 
State officials want hunters to shoot more deer in northeastern lower Michigan. Infected deer in the area spread a disease called bovine tuberculosis. It can kill cows, and it can be passed to people through unpasteurized dairy products.By emmacwin@umich.edu (Emma Winowiecki).
 
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AWR Yoruba / èdèe Yorùbá
 
SYMPTOMS OF TUBERCULOSIS/WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF TUBERCULOSIS HEALTH/ILERABy podcasts@awr.org (AWR).
 
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AWR Yoruba / èdèe Yorùbá
 
SYMPTOMS OF TUBERCULOSIS HEALTH/ILERABy podcasts@awr.org (AWR).
 
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AWR Yoruba / èdèe Yorùbá
 
TUBERCULOSIS HEALTH/ILERABy podcasts@awr.org (AWR).
 
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TUBERCULOSIS HEALTH/ILERABy podcasts@awr.org (AWR).
 
Rural news and issues, including the Welsh government's 'strengthened' approach to tackling bovine tuberculosis and the countryside pub making its own rum, vodka and spirits.
 
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The Economist: Babbage
 
What next for Uber following the departure of the company's CEO Travis Kalanick? A pathogen that causes cystic fibrosis is being used to fight tuberculosis. Also, the head of Bloomberg's venture capital fund Roy Bahat on the complexities of AI replacing jobs
 
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The Economist: Babbage
 
What next for Uber following the departure of the company's CEO Travis Kalanick? A pathogen that causes cystic fibrosis is being used to fight tuberculosis. Also, the head of Bloomberg's venture capital fund Roy Bahat on the complexities of AI replacing jobs
 
What next for Uber following the departure of the company's CEO Travis Kalanick? A pathogen that causes cystic fibrosis is being used to fight tuberculosis. Also, the head of Bloomberg's venture capital fund Roy Bahat on the complexities of AI replacing jobs
 
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The Economist Radio (All audio)
 
What next for Uber following the departure of the company's CEO Travis Kalanick? A pathogen that causes cystic fibrosis is being used to fight tuberculosis. Also, the head of Bloomberg's venture capital fund Roy Bahat on the complexities of AI replacing jobs
 
Medical workers move a woman, who is suspected of having Ebola, upon her arrival at Meioxeiro Hospital, in Vigo, northwestern Spain, 28 October 2015. SALVADOR SAS (EPA)/ AAP Humans have had to deal with infectious diseases for centuries. Ancient Greeks and Egyptians suffered from smallpox, leprosy and tuberculosis. And when an outbreak occurs, ...…
 
Medical workers move a woman, who is suspected of having Ebola, upon her arrival at Meioxeiro Hospital, in Vigo, northwestern Spain, 28 October 2015. SALVADOR SAS (EPA)/ AAP Humans have had to deal with infectious diseases for centuries. Ancient Greeks and Egyptians suffered from smallpox, leprosy and tuberculosis. And when an outbreak occurs, ...…
 
June 15, 2017 — In this week's podcast we explore a new discovery in the fight against tuberculosis (TB). It's a disease that infects more than 10 million people a year—killing nearly two million. And while TB is preventable and curable, treatment for the disease can take several months. In this episode we speak with Eric Rubin, Irene Heinz Giv ...…
 
In this week's podcast we explore a new discovery in the fight against tuberculosis(TB). It's a disease that infects more than 10 million people a year—killing nearly two million. And while TB is preventable and curable, treatment for the disease can take several months. In this episode we speak with Eric Rubin, Irene Heinz Given Professor of I ...…
 
In this special episode of the eLife Podcast, we discuss diseases common in tropical countries including tuberculosis, Zika, malaria and schistosomiasis.
 
Join us and our guest host Kate for the stories of General Santa Ana’s legs; a brief history of War Elephants, and the Strike of Bread and Roses. Talking points include: All left dogs, Pastry wars, Leg parades, Archie Talk, Sexy Tuberculosis Teens, Zack Snyder Baby Warriors, The ballad of Ab Pig, Spooky Elephant Nixon Masks, Cool Elephant Prank ...…
 
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Parlando - Where Music and Words Meet
 
A couple of episodes back we had a piece with words by Roy G. Dandridge who got called the “Paul Laurence Dunbar of Cincinnati.” Today’s episode’s words are by the Paul Laurence Dunbar of Paul Laurence Dunbar. Dunbar grew up in Dayton Ohio, the Afro-American son of former slaves. In his town’s high school class of 1890, he was friends with anot ...…
 
On tonight's podcast, we'll be looking at a love letter written between novelist and short story writer Franz Kafka, and Felice Bauer. In the world of odd romances, this one rates somewhere in the top 10% I'm sure. Felice and Franz met in Prague on August 13th 1912 at a dinner party put on by his friend Max Brod. To call it love at first sight ...…
 
This episode: Beneficial microbes defend roundworms against a pathogen and pressure it to evolve to cause less disease! Download Episode (7.7 MB, 8.4 minutes) Show notes: News item Journal Paper: Ford SA, Kao D, Williams D, King KC. 2016. Microbe-mediated host defence drives the evolution of reduced pathogen virulence. Nat Commun 7:13430. Other ...…
 
This episode: Beneficial microbes defend roundworms against a pathogen and pressure it to evolve to cause less disease! Download Episode (7.7 MB, 8.4 minutes) Show notes: News item Journal Paper: Ford SA, Kao D, Williams D, King KC. 2016. Microbe-mediated host defence drives the evolution of reduced pathogen virulence. Nat Commun 7:13430. Other ...…
 
TB, Tuberculosis, Coughing, Spitting, Low Grade Fever, Weakened, Primary Complex, Kautusan, Law, Commandment, Ten Commandments, Nature of God, Nature of the Law, Everlasting Law, Law of God, Faith, Pananampalataya, Sin, Kasalanan, TransgressionBy podcasts@awr.org (AWR).
 
Around 1.5 million people die from tuberculosis each year. The Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine was introduced nearly a hundred years ago, but is only partially effective against the bacterium that causes TB.With so many infected and the BCG vaccine only 60% effective, a race is on to develop a better way of preventing TB. Hundreds of mil ...…
 
Around 1.5 million people die from tuberculosis each year. The Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine was introduced nearly a hundred years ago, but is only partially effective against the bacterium that causes TB.With so many infected and the BCG vaccine only 60% effective, a race is on to develop a better way of preventing TB. Hundreds of mil ...…
 
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