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Let's talk about vitamin A—the benefits of vitamin A and the dark side. Vitamin A is a non-keratinizing vitamin. Keratinization is a condition that causes skin issues. Both a vitamin A deficiency and excess vitamin A can affect the internal and external skin in many ways. Vitamin A is involved in supporting the immune system as well. There is an association between vitamin A deficiency and autoimmune conditions like Graves' and Hashimoto's. Vitamin A also allows iodine to be absorbed. Signs of vitamin A deficiency: • Poor night vision • Blindness • Dry eyes • Poor immunity • Skin problems • Bone issues Signs of too much vitamin A: • Abnormal bone formation • Dry lips • Dry skin • Double vision • Alopecia • Oily skin • Peeling skin • Heart valve calcification • Hypercalcemia • Intracranial pressure Vitamin A toxicity is rare, but taking a synthetic vitamin A supplement may increase your risk. Synthetic vitamin A may also increase the risk of lung cancer. Accutane, a form of synthetic vitamin A, has serious potential side effects. I suggest getting your vitamin A from food sources or natural food-based supplements. Foods high in vitamin A (retinol): • Cod liver oil • Egg yolks • Grass-fed butter • Grass-fed cheese • Liver Beta carotene is the precursor to the active form of vitamin A (retinol). Beta carotene is in foods like carrots and spinach. But, if you're relying on beta carotene alone to get your vitamin A or if you have a liver or gallbladder issue, you could be deficient in vitamin A.
Did you know that bone health issues don't just start in your older age? And we'll bet you didn't realize broken bones can be fatal! Bone health needs to be prioritized in your younger years. Tune in to learn more about bone health and improve your vitality for years to come with Dr. John Neustadt!Today Jenn is joined by Dr. John Neustadt to talk about bone health. He talks about why both health is worth prioritizing and discusses the tools that are commonly used to check bone health (and how accurate they are). There is eye opening information in this episode about how some medications can impact bone health and how protecting your bones may end up as a matter of life or death. The second half of the episode focuses on what you can do to improve your vitality and prolong bone health. Dr. Neustadt covers so much valuable information during this episode, it is a must listen! The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store.IN THIS EPISODE: ● [5:59] Why did Dr. John Neustadt move from the tech field to naturopathic medicine with a focus on bone health?● [14:18] Why is bone health worth prioritizing before our older years?● [17:17] How can a broken hip lead to mortality? ● [19:00] What tools are commonly used to measure bone health?● [25:10] Dr. Neustadt gives an approachable biology lesson to understand the structure and function of bones. ● [27:50] What metrics or tools can we focus on to better understand the health of our bones?● [33:16] How can you prolong your bone health? ● [41:11] When it comes to supplements for bone health, is calcium enough? KEY TAKEAWAYS: ● [15:00] If you're a woman 45 years or older, your risk for an osteoporosis fracture is equal to your combined risk of breast uterine and ovarian cancer.● [26:17] Minerals give bones their hardness, but it's collagen that gives bones their flexibility and ultimately, their strength. ● [30:09] Medications such as antidepressants can make your bones more brittle and likely to break due to serotonin destroying the bone. It disrupts the natural balance of bone building cells. Research shows that for people taking antidepressants for 1-5 years, 1 in 19 people are expected to break a bone. QUOTES: “The real thing we're trying to work with and prevent is fractures because they're so deadly. Every 30 seconds somewhere in the world, somebody with osteoporosis is breaking a bone. In fact, globally, osteoporosis is second only to cardiovascular disease as a health concern, and it accounts for more days spent in a hospital than other diseases like heart attacks, diabetes and breast cancer.” - Dr. John Neustadt“It's been discovered not that long ago that it's part of our endocrine or hormonal system. There are some hormones involved like osteocalcin that have been shown to help with blood sugar and glucose and insulin. So that does more than just help us walk and lay down and stand up and move around.” - Dr. John Neustadt“The most predictive and consistent predictor of a future fracture is somebody's gait and mobility. Can they walk unassisted? Can they stand up from a seated position easily? How fast can they walk? Anything we can do to prevent somebody falling can prevent somebody's fractures? Then what we want to do is create the environment in the body that will actually help to maintain and grow strong bones, to maintain strong bones, promote healthy bone density, but also just to promote health within the bones entirely.” - Dr. John Neustadt“There are multiple studies now that show that all you have to do is walk an average of 7,000 to 7,500 steps a day. The benefits seem to plateau at 7,500 steps per day. And that's associated with a 50 to 70 percent reduction in all cause mortality.” - Dr. John Neustadt"Health, across the board, comes down to a handful of common things and...even with a lot of the diagnoses and things that are out there, we have a lot in our control and we can actually, really take a proactive approach." - Jenn TrepeckRESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With A Side Of Fries MerchA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramGUEST RESOURCESNBI Health WebsiteJohn Neustadt's LinkedInJohn Neustadt's TwitterNBI Health Facebook PageNBI Health YouTubeGUEST BIO:With us today is Dr. John Neustadt (New-Stat), ND, the Founder and President of Nutritional Biochemistry, Inc. (NBI). Dr. Neustadt earned his naturopathic medical degree from Bastyr University where he was awarded the Founder's Award for academic and clinical excellence.Dr. Neustadt has published more than 100 medical articles, written four health and wellness books and is now a #1 Amazon Best Selling Author in the field of Osteoporosis. His most recent book is, Fracture-Proof Your Bones: A Comprehensive Guide to Osteoporosis. Dr. Neustadt was also an editor of the textbook, Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine, which was used across the United States to train and educate physicians on using functional medicine with their patients. Welcome to the show, Dr. Neustadt!
Welcome to episode 52 of Coon Hunting Confidentials!Every other Wednesday, The HT Mafia mixes their uniqueness, coon hunting, comedy, and creepy stories to bring you all-new episodes of CHC!!In this episode, the HT Mafia starts off the show with their unique back and forth banter. You never know where the conversation will lead. After they open the show with their goofiness, they get into a conversation with Larry Driggers. Larry had something strange stalking them down in a Florida swamp. Larry also brought some of his own comedy to the conversation! We hope you enjoy this episode and as always, THANK YOU for listening! Keep them dogs in the woods and happy hunting y'all!!!BE SURE TO CHECK OUT OUR SPONSORS! Just click the links below.WE ARE THE LED EXPERTS! – Bright Eyes LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyHELP US GROW, SPREAD THE WORD!You can find and follow us on Facebook!
appy Spooky Wednesday, everyone! This week we've got classic stories in the form of a haunted hotel and a creepy college campus. First up, Kala talks about The Excelsior House Hotel in Jefferson, TX. Jefferson is a haunted little city, and this hotel is one of its hot spots. Allegedly, it's creepy enough to scare away one of the biggest names in Hollywood. Who will you encounter if you visit? The woman in black? The perfumed lady? The headless soldier? All three? If you do visit, do you think you can make it through the night? And Brittany tells us all the urban legends of Wells College in Aurora, NY. This campus is plagued by spirits of all kinds, and they all sound like they're straight out of a horror movie. From the roommate who never made it home from spring break to the student who stabs her teacher over stolen work, you'll find no shortage of stories to give you the shivers. Who can say no to a spooky week like this one? We're only a month away from True Crime January! If you have suggestions for locations, please feel free to drop us a line! Click the link tree in our bio!
It's no secret I am team lift for life. That is largely where my phrase “long haul mentality” came from. Because I am a sucker for the grind - the day to day that no one wants to do, but everyone needs. The process by which they get the REAL results that they want. It applies to weight lifting, career, building a business, any pursuit of something more than the mundane. Today we dive into physical, mental and spiritual reasons for women to lift weights. Most of these apply to men as well, but 85% of you are ladies, and that's who my clientele have always been, so, that's who we speak to today. Weight lifting is in the simplest sense, applying science to a set of skills that you build over time. This CAN and more often than not, does, manipulate the body in the form of adaptions. Those adaptations are WHY women need to lift weights. Being stronger, more mobile, having higher self efficacy and esteem are rarely bad things. First up and possibly the most focused on FEMALES: 1 Increase bone density Osteoporosis is far more prominent in women than in men. We naturally hold less muscle mass, and provide less tension to all of our connective tissues. Bone is not highly vascular which means it takes LONGER for the bone to adapt to stimulus. Muscle adapts quickest, tendons and ligaments next, due to their lack of vascularity. And lastly, bones. Locomotion happens via our muscles pulling on bones via tendons. That's literally how our bodies move. Providing tension to these tissues is how we cause NEW tissue to grow, and become stronger. That's what we want. In this case for bones. It can take six months to a year for significant bone growth to take place from weight lifting. Again, applying LOAD and tension to the skeleton is what causes this demand for new growth. Load and tension can come in many forms - ie jogging. But weight lifting is the most superior way for this to happen. Improve and USE mobility There is some kind of saying about your mobility and age or lifespan. Like you're only as old as your spine is mobile or something like that. This is true in my opinion for all mobility. I trained people in person for five years before going fully online. And for me, the sixties was where I saw the largest gap in ability. I trained three to four 62-67 year old women. One was a national swimmer and had amazing fitness, though she did lack strength, which is what we were working on. One could not get off the floor from a split squat and had a terrible base of fitness. I've had family members in their sixties hiking mountains and playing with grandkids and those who need assistance for daily movements. There is obviously context there, and many variables at play. But witnessing these differences is what brought the importance of mobility and strength to my mind as a trainer. Mobility, and many other pieces of fitness fall under “you don't use it, you lose it” 2 Increase muscle mass This might be an obvious one. But important nonetheless. I like to think of this in relationship to other tissues which the human body can be comprised of - mainly fat. If you're not building muscle, or largely comprised of muscle…and muscle is how we cause our bodies to MOVE, what are you made of? Truth is, a fair amount of that will be fatty tissues. Overall health benefits from hosting and maintaining muscle mass in comparison to fat mass. Muscle is harder to build for women than men. This is due to our natural make up as well as hormone profile. Not a bad thing, we can certainly build muscle, but we definitely have to be intentional about doing so. And muscle mass becomes harder to hang on to as we age. So the importance of building and maintaining becomes more and more pertinent. Dr Gabriel Lyon has so much research and information on this. I never thought of muscle as so metabolically advantageous until hearing her speak on several podcasts. Look her up.
Happy Tuesday! We chat about the fallout from yesterday's show, the CBJ beat Boston behind the Russians, we chat about the interesting Bedard story, Taco Bell employee had quite a party, we do Rapid Fire, we chat about all of the different flavors of pop tarts & it's Game Show Tuesday.
Antonia Senior, Roger Moorhouse and Richard Foreman join Ollie to discuss their books of the year, as well as current events.Please Note:Episode Recorded 17th November 2023One guest does curse..Get in touch:email@example.comX/TwitterBooks of the YearOne Fine Day, Matthew ParkerAdama, Lavie TidharHitler, Stalin, Mum and Dad, Daniel FinkelsteinConflict, General David Petraeus & Andrew RobertsHomer & His Iliad, Robin Lane FoxThe Temple of Fortuna, Elodie HarperThe Weimar Years, Frank McDonoughThe Forgers, Roger MoorhouseThe Glutton, AK BlakemoreA Nasty Little War, Anna ReidSharpe's Command, Bernard CornwellOperation Chiffon, Peter TaylorEpisodes ReferencedIsrael Palestine Podcast Episode with Roberto MazzaNazi Soviet Pact with Roger MoorhouseConflicts Post War with General David Petraeus & Andrew RobertsThe Troubles with Peter TaylorOther Books Mentioned1923, Mark JonesA Splendid Little War, Derek RobinsonSword of Bone, Anthony Rhodes
Author Ghassan Zeineddine chats with Daniel Ford about his debut short story collection Dearborn (published by Tin House and available wherever books are sold). Learn more about Ghassan Zeineddine. Writer's Bone is proudly sponsored by Libro.fm and Mark Cecil's upcoming novel Bunyan and Henry; Or, the Beautiful Destiny.
With it being the last Monday of the month, Lamont & Tonelli did their "Dick Of The Month" contest. This morning they got a call from a listener named Ronald who nominated his Uncle Wally. Listen to the podcast to find out why Wally is nominated. Listen to Lamont & Tonelli Monday through Friday, 6-10am, on 107.7 The Bone. Get your Rock N Roll Fix at: 1077thebone.com Follow 107.7 The Bone on Facebook, Instagram, X, YouTube and TikTok. Follow 107.7 The Bone on Apple, Spotify or Amazon Music.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bone marrow at a dive bar, WHERE IS MY SPOON, grammar nazi, taking a selfie on thanksgiving, ok pro skaters getting in shape without selling you anything, t funk fans are STILL crying, a church gave away food, WHERE ARE THE BLACK FRIDAY DEALS?
Join L. Joseph Parker, a research physician, as we explore a recent study published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. Discover how two compounds found in cannabis, cannabidiol (CBD) and cannabigerol (CBG), may revolutionize fracture healing and pain management. We'll delve into the study's findings, discuss the challenges doctors face in pain management, and explore the potential of these cannabinoids as alternatives to traditional medications. L. Joseph Parker is a research physician. He discusses the KevinMD article, "Cannabis compounds in fracture pain relief and healing." Careers by KevinMD is your gateway to health care success. We connect you with real-time, exclusive resources like job boards, news updates, and salary insights, all tailored for health care professionals. With expertise in uniting top talent and leading employers across the nation's largest health care hiring network, we're your partner in shaping health care's future. Fulfill your health care journey at KevinMD.com/careers. VISIT SPONSOR → https://kevinmd.com/careers Discovering disability insurance? Pattern understands your concerns. Over 20,000 doctors trust us for straightforward, affordable coverage. We handle everything from quotes to paperwork. Say goodbye to insurance stress – visit Pattern today at KevinMD.com/pattern. VISIT SPONSOR → https://kevinmd.com/pattern SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → https://www.kevinmd.com/podcast RECOMMENDED BY KEVINMD → https://www.kevinmd.com/recommended GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → https://earnc.me/j1CCmd Powered by CMEfy.
Bobby, Paul and Mike have bones with people who cook bacon but never make enough, when someone has to be the contrarian in any conversation, plus we get a video bone that sends us into a war with Bobby Lee and the Bad Friends Podcast. Bone to Pick Podcast starring Robert Kelly & Paul Virzi Join our new Patreon for bonus weekly Fan Bone Episodes: www.patreon.com/bonetopickcast Follow the show! https://linktr.ee/bonetopickcast EMAIL US YOUR BONES: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a free race entry giveaway to IRONMAN New Zealand. Bevan and Tim review the racing from Challenge Canberra plus we hear from winners Daniel Baekkegard and Els Visser at the finish line. Anna Dungey won the free race entry to the Challenge Wanaka Half. We find out more about her. Henri Schoeman discusses his recent battles with injury and we get an insight into his plans for the future. We discuss bone stress injuries and ways in which to prevent and manage them and share excerpts from our full interview with Dr Kate Baldwin, out tomorrow. We also look at the role that nutrition can play and share excerpts from the ‘We Do Science' podcast in which Professor's Kirsty and Craig Sale discuss their research study paper ‘Nutrition and Athlete Bone Health'. Lastly, we highlight recommended nutrient guidelines for bone health and repair. Calcium – 1000-1200 mg/day - Vitamin D – 600-800 int units/day - Vitamin K – 90-120 micrograms/day - Magnesium – 310-420 mg/day - Phosporous – 700 mg/day (0:00:00) - Tim has completed a 24-hour adventure race. (0:05:18) – Free race entry competition for Coffee Club members – IRONMAN New Zealand! (0:06:49) – Infinit Nutrition 10% discount for all listeners with the code FITTER10 (0:06:57) - ULTRO Earbuds 15% discount for all our listeners with the code ULTRO15 (0:07:13) – Challenge Canberra race review. (0:09:46) – Finish line interview with Daniel Baekkegard. (0:12:04) – Finish line interview with Els Visser (0:13:46) – Challenge Wanaka (0:16:08) – Anna Dungey (0:24:00) – Introduction to Henri Schoeman (0:25:57) – Henri Schoeman (0:40:00) – Preventing and managing bone stress injuries (0:41:32) – Excerpts from the interview with Kate Baldwin – out tomorrow (0:47:07) – Nutrition's part in bone health. (0:48:29) – Introduction to Kirsty Jayne Elliott-Sale and Craig Sale. (0:49:30) – Excerpts from ‘Nutrition and Athlete Bone Health' We Do Science podcast with Kirsty and Craig Sale (1:03:49) – Key Nutrient Guidelines for bone health. LINKS: Infinit Nutrition 10% discount using the code FITTER10 at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ Note: For the code to work you need to have created an account and be logged in. ULTRO Earbuds 15% discount using the code ULTRO15 at https://www.ultroaudio.com/ Challenge Canberra at https://challenge-canberra.com/ Daniel Baekkegaard at https://www.danielbaekkegaard.com/ Els Visser at https://elsvisser.com/ Follow Henri Schoeman on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/henrischoeman/ Link to full interview with Henri Schoeman at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Gk0kiJc0IE Link to Nutrition and Athlete Bone Health study at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40279-019-01161-2 Follow Craig Sale Professor of Human Physiology and Nutrition at Manchester Met Institute of Sport at https://twitter.com/Sale_ExNut Follow Kirsty Jayne Elliott-Sale Professor of Female Endocrinology and Exercise Physiology at Manchester Met Institute of Sport at https://twitter.com/elliottsale We Do Science podcast at https://www.wedoscience.com/132-nutrition-and-athlete-bone-health-with-prof-craig-sale-and-dr-kirsty-elliot-sale/ Dr Kate Baldwin at Endurance Movement https://endurancemovement.com/ Dr Kate Baldwin at Valere Endurance https://valereendurance.com/
Mac and Bone close out the show by breaking down the performance of Bryce Young yesterday, telling you who should be pumped and pissed after this weekend of college football and break the news that Frank Reich has been fired.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone discuss the report from Mike Garofolo that Frank Reich will not be one and done, get the Pulse of Panther Nation after the team's fourth straight loss and dive further into the NC State beatdown of UNC.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone tell you who they think deserves the most criticism for yesterday's loss to the Titans, talk to Jim Szoke about what he saw yesterday from the booth and give their Piggie Awards for the weekend of college football.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone open the show by talking about the Panthers loss to the Titans yesterday, recapping an exciting rivalry weekend of college football and reacting to some of the best sounds from the weekend.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chef Richard Cooper, renowned for having transformed his unique creation, the whiskey bourbon sauce, into a flourishing business, graces our show with his charismatic presence. Allow him to take you on a culinary adventure as he shares the genesis of his brand, Oh Eddie's. Richard's journey is not just about crafting a top-selling sauce; it's also about overcoming the hurdles of entrepreneurship and emerging victorious.Join us as Richard uncovers how his faith and his commitment to a cause close to his heart led him to establish the Cooper's Bone marrow Transplant Foundation. This initiative, aimed at aiding families with medical expenses, reflects the aspect of Richard's enterprise that goes beyond business. Prepare to be touched as he shares heartfelt interactions with customers, many of whom have been affected by cancer, highlighting the emotional facet of his entrepreneurial journey.Richard's aspirations for Oh Eddie's. Get a glimpse of the challenges he anticipates and his strategies to overcome them as he aims to scale his business. From distribution hurdles to the power of SEO, and even his dream of making a Shark Tank appearance, Richard is ready to conquer it all. He talks about his plans for launching new product lines and his grand vision of making Oh Eddie's the nation's top sauce. Tune in for an episode packed with lessons on entrepreneurial resilience, the power of passion, and the tantalizing taste of Oh Eddie's whiskey bourbon sauce.SUPER FUEL ENERGY DRINK A BLAST OF PREMIUM NATURAL ENERGY! OH EDDIES WHISKEY BOURBON SAUCE Oh Eddies Sweet Whiskey Bourbon Sauce is guaranteed to step up your next barbeque. Made in MinnesotaDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show Thank you for listening to this episode of HuttCast, the American Podcast. We hope you enjoyed today's discussion and gained valuable insights. To stay updated on our latest episodes, be sure to subscribe to our podcast on your preferred listening platform. Don't forget to leave us a rating and review, as it helps others discover our show. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for future topics, please reach out to us through our website or social media channels. Until next time, keep on learning and exploring the diverse voices that make America great.
Dr. Noelle Larson from Mayo Clinic joins the show to discuss her recent research. We discuss pearls and pitfalls of RCTs in orthopedics when discussing her famed Minimize Implants Maximize Outcomes study. We discuss new ways for eliciting patient and family surgery preferences with regards to VBT vs. PSF choices. We also touch on the evolving role of AI in pediatric orthopedics and enabling technologies such as navigation-assisted surgery. Highlights from the lightning round include long-term Dega osteotomy outcomes and some impressive results from Halo-Pelvic traction for severe spine deformities. Your hosts are Craig Louer from Vanderbilt, Carter Clement from Children's Hospital of New Orleans, and Josh Holt from University of Iowa. Music by A. A. Alto. Nov 2023 Show Notes – Noelle Larson Main Event The Effect of Implant Density on Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Fusion: Results of the Minimize Implants Maximize Outcomes Randomized Clinical Trial. The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery ():10.2106/JBJS.23.00178, November 16, 2023. | Larson, A. Noelle MD1,a,*; Polly, David W. MD2,*; Sponseller, Paul D. MD3; Kelly, Michael P. MD, MSc4; Richards, B. Stephens MD5; Garg, Sumeet MD6; Parent, Stefan MD, PhD7; Shah, Suken A. MD8; Weinstein, Stuart L. MD9; Crawford, Charles H. MD10; Sanders, James O. MD11; Blakemore, Laurel C. MD12; Oetgen, Matthew E. MD13; Fletcher, Nicholas D. MD14; Kremers, Walter K. PhD15; Marks, Michelle C. PT, MA16; Brearley, Ann M. PhD17; Aubin, Carl-Eric PhD18; Sucato, Daniel J. MD, MS5; Labelle, Hubert MD7; Erickson, Mark A. MD6; the Minimize Implants Maximize Outcomes Study Group† Non-Fusion Versus Fusion Surgery in Pediatric Idiopathic Scoliosis: What Trade-Offs in Outcomes Are Acceptable for the Patient and Family? A Noelle Larson, Michelle Claire Marks, Juan Marcos Gonzalez Sepulveda, Peter O Newton, Vincent J Devlin, Raquel Peat, Michelle E Tarver, Olufemi Babalola, Allen L Chen, David Gebben, Patrick Cahill, Suken Shah, Amer Samdani, Keith Bachmann, Baron Lonner Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. American Volume 2023 November 10 Radiation exposure in navigated techniques for AIS: is there a difference between pre-operative CT and intraoperative CT? Mikaela H Sullivan, Lifeng Yu, Beth A Schueler, Ahmad Nassr, Julie Guerin, Todd A Milbrandt, A Noelle Larson Spine Deformity 2023 October 24 Settings on the intraoperative scanner typically were 80 kV, 20 mA, and 20 mAs, but occasionally 70 kV, 16 mA, and 64 mAs for patients < 60 kgs. Automated Measurements of Interscrew Angles in Vertebral Body Tethering Patients with Deep Learning. Kellen L Mulford, Christina Regan, Charles P Nolte, Zachariah W Pinter, Todd A Milbrandt, A Noelle Larson Spine Journal : Official Journal of the North American Spine Society 2023 September 28 Lightning Round Twelve to Twenty-year Follow-up of Dega Acetabuloplasty in Patients With Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip: Is it as Effective as Expected? Murat Danişman, Gökay Dursun, İsmail Aykut Koçyiğit, Caglar Yilgor, Mehmet Cemalettin Aksoy Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics 2023 November 2 Evaluation of Pulmonary Function After Halo-Pelvic Traction for Severe and Rigid Kyphoscoliosis Utilizing CT with 3D Reconstruction. Lijin Zhou, Hanwen Zhang, Honghao Yang, Zhangfu Li, Chaofan Han, Yiqi Zhang, Yong Hai Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. American Volume 2023 September 22
The girls put on their thinking caps and solve a mystery this month with Nina Simon in Mother Daughter Murder Night. Don't worry: no turkeys are involved. They also go over some exciting adaptations that have been announced, and maybe how to rescue one (https://www.change.org/p/save-shadow-and-bone-5ff54b93-d127-44a9-9f77-dfc410bdc2ba)! Don't forget to visit Blackwells.co.uk. to get some UK covers of your beloved favorites. Books mentioned: Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros Mother Daughter Murder Night by Nina Simon Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros Nightbane by Alex Aster The Golden Spoon by Jessa Maxwell House of Hollow by Krystal Sutherland Flowerheart by Catherine Bakewell Unfortunate Side Effects of of Heartbreak and Magic by Breanne Randall Beauty and the Lycan Beast by Jessica Molly It's A Date Again by Jeneva Rose
Happy Friday! We're live at the Hollywood Casino, we get you ready for the Buckeyes & the cheaters, Bone has some live bets on the line, Iowa hits the under, we preview the college football weekend, go Around the Big Ten with Adam Rittenberg, do our NFL Picks & we do Tool of the Week.
Holly Cassidy (aka our good literary friend Hannah Mary McKinnon) stops by on Black Friday 2023 to chat with us about her book The Christmas Wager. To learn more about Holly Cassidy/Hannah Mary McKinnon, visit their official website. Writer's Bone is proudly sponsored by Libro.fm and Mark Cecil's upcoming novel Bunyan and Henry; Or, the Beautiful Destiny.
In this episode, I interview Stephanie Mundt, a runner and physical therapist who specializes in coaching athletes with a history of bone stress injuries, labral tears, and eating disorders (ED). She shares her personal experience with injuries and ED, as well as many tools for adapting to injury. This episode, is a part of a 4 episode series and relaunching of the podcast formerly known as "Breaking 5 - A Running Podcast" to the "Run Your Life Podcast."
Happy Bonesgiving! In this episode, we celebrate our favorite(?) holiday with another excursion into the world of Bone, this time skipping ahead to Bone Vol. 5: Rock Jaw, Master of the Eastern Border, written and drawn by Jeff Smith, published by Cartoon Books and Scholastic! Fone Bone and Smiley Bone are separated from the rest of the book's main cast, attempting to set an adorable baby rat creature free into the wild, when they run afoul of the menacing mountain lion Roque Ja, who plans to turn them in to Kingdok, monstrous leader of the rat creatures and servant of the mysterious Hooded One! Can the Bones, the possum kids and a menagerie of cute young orphans evade these dangerous predators? And can they find shelter in that literary lion's den known as ... The Comics Canon? In This Episode: · J'accuse, Smiley Bone! · Curt reads some love poetry · That time Lassie committed murder · Bone Vol. 6: Old Man's Cave · The Marvels · Loki Season 2 · That Madame Web trailer · The Righteous Gemstones, Season 3 · Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner Join us in two weeks as we commemorate our 200xth episode (!!) with one of the most important comic book stories of all time: Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man! Until then:Impress your friends with our Comics Canon merchandise! Rate us on Apple Podcasts! Send us an email! Hit us up on Facebook or the platform formerly known as Twitter! And as always, thanks for listening!
Tirzah and Erica discuss some of the prettiest and most extra YA books to gift others (or yourself!) this holiday season. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify. To get even more YA news and recommendations, sign up for our What's Up in YA newsletter! It's happening, readers — we're bringing paperbacks! Whether you hate carrying around bulky hardcovers, you're on a budget, you want a wider range of recommendations, or all of the above, you can now get a paperback subscription from TBR, curated just for you by one of our Bibliologists. You can also gift it (and the holidays, they are coming.) Get all the details at mytbr.co. This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. News A First Time for Everything by Dan Santat won the National Book Award for Young People's Literature My Life with the Walter Boys adaptation hits Netflix December 7, trailer just dropped. Pink gives away 2,000 banned books at Florida concerts No Shadow and Bone season 3 *crying forever* Books Discussed The Davenports by Krystal Marquis Eragon illustrated edition by Christopher Paolini, illustrated by Sidharth Chaturvedi Sleepless in Dubai by Sajni Patel Finding My Elf by David Valdes Emmett by L.C. Rosen The Do-Over by Lynn Painter (Barnes & Noble edition) Love in Winter Wonderland by Abiola Bello Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell, 10th anniversary edition Pride and Premeditation by Tirzah Price Coloring Cuteness Claire Belton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode covers Paget's disease of bone.Written notes can be found at https://zerotofinals.com/medicine/rheumatology/pagetsdisease/ or in the rheumatology section of the 2nd edition of the Zero to Finals medicine book.The audio in the episode was expertly edited by Harry Watchman.
Lamont & Tonelli interviewed Bob-O for his weekly Football picks. Listen to Lamont & Tonelli Monday through Friday, 6-10am, on 107.7 The Bone. Get your Rock N Roll Fix at: 1077thebone.com Follow 107.7 The Bone on Facebook, Instagram, X, YouTube and TikTok. Follow 107.7 The Bone on Apple, Spotify or Amazon Music.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Bone Jocks are back and this week Tonelli, Chasta, and Baby Huey talked about their plans for Thanksgiving, the best Thanksgiving food, favorite Thanksgiving memories, and horror stories. Listen to Lamont & Tonelli Monday through Friday, 6-10am, on 107.7 The Bone. Get your Rock N Roll Fix at: 1077thebone.com Follow 107.7 The Bone on Facebook, Instagram, X, YouTube and TikTok. Follow 107.7 The Bone on Apple, Spotify or Amazon Music.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
At the gates of the Ossi, our travelers face unexpected consequences. ~Content in this episode may not be suitable for some audiences. We encourage listeners to take a break and engage in self-care if content becomes overwhelming, or resume with the next episode if necessary.~ It's all about rolling dice! “True Meta Inc.” is an actual-play Dungeons and Dragons podcast with a focus on story, character growth, and sweet, sweet combat. Come join us for your next adventure! Website: www.truemetainc.com/ Twitter: twitter.com/truemetainc Soundcloud: @truemetainc
Lamont & Tonelli made their weekly check-in on their NewsMaker line and this time around got a call from President Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Listen to Lamont & Tonelli Monday through Friday, 6-10am, on 107.7 The Bone. Get your Rock N Roll Fix at: 1077thebone.com Follow 107.7 The Bone on Facebook, Instagram, X, YouTube and TikTok. Follow 107.7 The Bone on Apple, Spotify or Amazon Music.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crash Barry - BonefaceOctober 13Journalist, author and filmmaker Crash Barry podcasts from the foothills of western Maine. Season One features Devils and Dirtbags, his on-going true crime investigation of the criminal priests and bishops of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield, Massachusetts. Season Two, aka Tough Island, is his comparatively light-hearted but still gritty tales of living and working on a remote Maine island when he was a much younger man. Season Three includes in-depth looks at Disinfomaniacs, along with interviews, conversations and independent journalism focused on the intersection of culture and politics.PODCAST Crash Barryread less26 days ago #-, #barry, #boneface, #crash, #crash barry - boneface, #ed, #opperman, #podcast, #reportThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/1198501/advertisement
Mac and Bone close out the show by talking with Zach Gelb about the Panthers' continued struggles, chatting with Rob Miller about a special anniversary for RAM Pavement and wrapping up the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone let Willie give you his top five must-haves for Thanksgiving, tell you which fanbases should be confident heading into the weekend and talk to Fred Whitfield about the Hornets' involvement with Street Turkeys.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone discuss Bryce taking on Will Levis and the Titans this weekend and if it is important for him to win that battle of the rookies, get Lee Sterling picks for the weekend and talk through the Hornets being tied to Zach Levine in trade rumors.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone open the show by discussing Duke's blowout victory over La Salle, updating the latest around the Panthers heading into Sunday's matchup with the Titans and reacting to the CFP rankings that were revealed last night.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy Wildcard Wednesday! We give you our Thanksgiving Wishes which aren't really wishes, the OSU-Michigan ticket is quite pricey, the CFP rankings changed a bit, Bone's not a fan of Zach Edey & we do Name Dropping with Jeff Rimer.
Happy Tuesday! Mark Wahlberg was on the ManningCast last night, Ohio State continues to get ready for Michigan, Inside the NFL at 3:48 pm, learning about the upper peninsula of Michigan, a plan for the CBJ to trick opponents, Rapid Fire at 4:34 pm, Tom Brady doesn't like watching today's NFL, and Gameshow Tuesday at
If you're like us, food means family. It means love. It means comfort. It's in that spirit that we welcome legendary chef, television star, and author Jacques Pépin to the show the week of Thanksgiving. Pépin not only discusses his latest cookbook, Cooking My Way: Recipes and Techniques for Economical Cooking, but also the origins of his love of cooking and how anxious home chefs (read: Daniel Ford) can overcome their trepidation in the kitchen. As an added bonus, Daniel is joined by his mother Gail Ford, who discusses why she was drawn to Jacques Pépin's television presence and what cooking and baking has meant to her and her family for generations. We hope you all enjoy time with your loved ones this Thanksgiving and our heart goes out to those around the globe who are separated from or without their family members. In the words of President Jed Barlet on "The West Wing" television series: "Here's to absent friends. And the ones that are here now." To learn more about Jacques Pépin, visit his official website. Also learn more about The Jacques Pépin Foundation. Writer's Bone is proudly sponsored by Libro.fm and Mark Cecil's upcoming novel Bunyan and Henry; Or, the Beautiful Destiny.
Dr. Ian Billinghurst is a Veterinary Surgeon with expertise in Education, Agricultural Science, and Traditional Chinese Medicine, particularly Acupuncture. Widely known as the "father of raw feeding," Dr. Billinghurst introduced the concept in his pioneering 1993 book, "Give Your Dog a Bone," which ignited the raw feeding movement. He delved deeper into the nutritional causes of orthopedic diseases in young dogs with his 1998 book, "Grow Your Pups with Bones," which has since become the go-to guide for dog breeders on raw feeding. In 2001, he presented the "Biologically Appropriate RAW Food" (BARF) paradigm in "The BARF Diet," promoting it as the gold standard for companion animal nutrition. Taking his philosophy a step further, in 2005, he started producing BARF on a commercial scale. In 2016, Dr. Billinghurst explored the connection between nutrition and cancer in "Pointing the Bone at Cancer," emphasizing the potential of metabolic solutions, including ketosis, to target cancer's vulnerabilities. By early 2022, he joined "Gussy's Gut," a U.S.-based company producing fermented superfoods to bolster the intestinal microbiome, as a senior advisor. Throughout his career, Dr. Billinghurst has offered consultations on evolutionary nutrition for both individuals and commercial enterprises. Timestamps: 00:00:00 Trailer and introduction. 00:03:27 Unknown dogs and their carnivorous diet. 00:06:42 Processed pet food causes health problems. 00:10:33 Evolution of dog food business from biscuits. 00:14:07 Veterinary profession promotes processed pet food. 00:18:04 Dogs prefer protein and less carbohydrates. 00:22:33 Ketogenic diet: Important tool for brain cancer. 00:23:26 Ketogenic diet for dogs linked to early death. 00:27:16 Fermented, balanced dog diet with prebiotics. 00:31:02 Cats: carnivores; dogs: scavengers; different dietary needs. 00:33:33 Dogs fight for bones, they need them. 00:39:48 Dogs hunt, eat chicken, stay energized all day. 00:43:41 Kibble-fed, spayed/neutered pets may have hormonal issues. 00:45:55 Dogs fed raw food mimic wild eating. 00:49:13 Owner's dog dies after eating chicken wings. 00:52:01 Vets scare owners and remove bones unnecessarily. 00:56:28 Varied diet with different colored poo. 00:58:49 Commercial raw feeding program registration. See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
The Monster of Glamis was a Victorian legend involving a Scottish castle, a secret chamber, and a monstrous aristocrat hidden from the world–a perfect story for Bone and Sickle's return to its old format, a 45-minute deep-dive into the castle's lore, including its association with Macbeth, a legend of a cursed Earl's card game with … Read More Read More The post The Monster of Glamis appeared first on Bone and Sickle.
Happy Monday! It's finally Michigan week, Buckeyes move up in the polls, we listen to some weird Harbaugh sound, Lincoln Riley should be on the hot seat, we have some fat boy food tips, Browns get a big victory, CBJ are a complete mess & we do Yikes!