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Latest podcast episodes about Case Western Reserve University

Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
COVID Safety During Holiday Travel

Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 51:41


Protecting yourself and your loved ones from COVID-19 this holiday season goes way beyond good handwashing skills and masking up. Dr. C Debra Furr-Holden, Epidemiologist and Associate Dean for Public Health at Michigan State University and Dr. Shanina Knighton, R.N., Infection Preventionist, Clinical Research Scholar at Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University, are here to provide the MOST helpful travel tips that you've likely never considered, complete with some mind-blowing airport facts (spoiler alert: their research groups have swabbed those bins you put your luggage in, and it ain't pretty!). This episode has everything you need to know before you head home for the holidays. Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Producer: Brittany Temple Distributor: DCP Entertainment For additional content: makeitplain.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

GES Center Lectures, NC State University
#13 – John Field – Using Ethiopian mustard for aviation fuel and carbon sequestration

GES Center Lectures, NC State University

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 62:02


Genetic Engineering and Society Center GES Colloquium - Tuesdays 12-1PM (via Zoom) NC State University | http://go.ncsu.edu/ges-colloquium GES Mediasite - See videos, full abstracts, speaker bios, and slides https://go.ncsu.edu/ges-mediasite Twitter - https://twitter.com/GESCenterNCSU Carbon Sequestration & GHG Mitigation in Carinata Cropping Systems Dr. John Field, R&D Staff Member, Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Profile article | Twitter Ethiopian mustard (Brassica carinata) can produce substantial amounts of aviation fuel and soil carbon benefits when grown as a winter crop in the southeastern US. Abstract The oilseed Ethiopian mustard (Brassica carinata) has been proposed as a supplemental cash crop grown over the winter fallow season in the mild climates of the southeastern US and used as a feedstock for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production, with potential co-benefits for soil carbon and other ecosystem services. In this work we used a process-based ecosystem model to establish initial expectations for total regional SAF production potential and associated soil greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions when carianata is integrated into existing annual crop rotations across its frost-tolerant range in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. We calibrated the DayCent ecosystem model based on carinata field trials in the region, and used it to evaluate the yields, soil carbon, and nitrous oxide emissions when carinata is integrated once ever third winter within those existing crop rotations. We estimate this could produce more than one billion liters of SAF annually and would be approximately neutral in terms of cropland soil GHG emissions. However, the adoption of climate-smart management techniques such as no-till establishment or organic amendments would result in a substantial soil carbon sink, significantly improving the overall environmental footprint of the resulting SAF. Related links: Southeast Partnership for Advanced Rewables from Carinata (SPARC) A regional inter-disciplinary partnership focusing on the development of a carinata-centered bioeconomy George, S., Seepaul, R., Geller, D., Dwivedi, P., DiLorenzo, N., Field, J., et al. (2021). GCB Bioenergy. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcbb.12828. PDF Speaker Bio Dr. John Field is a R&D Staff Member in the Bioresource Science & Engineering Group within the Environmental Sciences Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He studies the performance of bioenergy systems at the intersection of ecosystem ecology and life cycle assessment, using process-based ecosystem models to evaluate the effect of biomass feedstock production on ecosystem carbon storage and greenhouse gas emissions. Feedstocks he has studied include switchgrass, corn stover, winter oilseed crops, and wood from trees killed by mountain pine beetle outbreaks in the Rocky Mountains. Much of his work has focused on bioenergy landscape design, including how feedstock production could be targeted on marginal lands to maximize environmental benefits. He has a particular interest in carbon-negative bioenergy systems, including carbon capture and storage technology, and pyrolysis and gasification systems that co-produce biochar. John received his BSc from Case Western Reserve University and his PhD from Colorado State University. He was previously a research scientist at the Colorado State University Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory. GES Center - Integrating scientific knowledge & diverse public values in shaping the futures of biotechnology. Find out more at https://ges-center-lectures-ncsu.pinecast.co

TOK FM Select
Jak zmieniło się leczenie osób uzależnionych przez ostatnie kilkanaście lat? I jak wygląda terapia w USA

TOK FM Select

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 28:34


Już nie konfrontacja, ale zorientowanie na pacjenta, określenie celu, słabych i mocnych stron. O tym, jak zmieniło się podejście do leczenia uzależnień w ciągu ostatnich kilkunastu lat w rozmowie z Zuzanną Piechowicz opowiada Ryszard Romaniuk terapeuta, kliniczny pracownik socjalny, wykładowca z Case Western Reserve University, który przez wiele lat pracował w Polsce, a obecnie pracuje w USA.

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking
189: Michael Sacca and Mike Belsito, Costumer Empathy: User persona or Jobs to be done?

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 71:07


Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 189, an episode with Rocketship.FM hosts, Michael Sacca and Mike Belsito. Michael Sacca is the General Manager at Dribbble.com and co-founder of Rocketship.FM. He was the President at Crew, the freelance design and development marketplace, and former parent company of Unsplash, the popular stock photo website. At Crew he secured key partnerships with Squarespace and the BDC before leading the company through it's acquisition by Dribbble in 2017. His writing has been featured in the Harvard Business Review and his popular product management podcast has been written about in Inc, Forbes, The Huffington Post and Entrepreneur respectively.  Mike Belsito is the author of Startup Seed Funding for the Rest of Us and co-founder of Product Collective which organizes INDUSTRY: The Product Conference, one of the largest and top-rated product management conference series anywhere in the world. Mike has been named one of the Top 40 influencers in the field of Product Management on several occasions. Mike also serves as a Faculty member of Case Western Reserve University in the department of Design and Innovation, and is Co-Host of Rocketship.FM. Rocketship.FM is a podcast for entrepreneurs and is part of the Podglomerate network, a podcast company that produces and distributes exciting new shows. In this episode, Michael and Mike spoke about their career journey and how Rocketship.FM and Product Collective started. We will learn more about user personas and jobs to be done framework that most product people apply to better understand their users. Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
What's wrong with how we treat dementia: An interview with Peter Whitehouse

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 12:04


Aducanumab (Aduhelm) just got FDA approval in dementia, but many experts think it should not have passed the finish line. We interviewed Peter Whitehouse, professor of neurology at Case Western Reserve University and author of American Dementia, on what went wrong.Published On: 11/15/2021Duration: 12 minutes, 4 secondsReferenced Article: “In the News: Aducanumab (Aduhelm),” The Carlat Psychiatry Report, November/December 2021Chris Aiken, MD, Kellie Newsome, PMHNP, and Peter J. Whitehouse, MD, PhD, have disclosed no relevant financial or other interests in any commercial companies pertaining to this educational activity.Got feedback? Take the podcast survey.

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders
Dr. Ellen Burts-Cooper - Building (Virtual) Teams

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 41:14


Dr. Ellen Burts-Cooper is the senior managing partner of Improve Consulting and Training Group, a firm that provides personal and professional development training, coaching, and consultation. Improve has been featured in Time Magazine, Black Voices, Smart Business Magazine, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Cleveland Jewish News, Cleveland.com, and Crain's Cleveland Business. Ellen works across numerous industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, education, retail, utilities, governmental agencies, not-for-profit, and small businesses.Dr. Burts-Cooper is on faculty at Case Western Reserve University in the Weatherhead Executive Education Program and The Institute for Management Studies (IMS). She currently serves on the Board of Directors of First Federal of Lakewood and Sea-Land Chemical Company. She is the author of the books aMAZEing Organizational Teams: Navigating 7 Critical Attributes for Cohesion, Productivity and Resilience and Canine Instinct: A Guide to Survival and Advancement in Corporate America.Previously, Ellen served as a Senior Vice President and Senior Director of Operational Excellence, IT Performance Management, and Governance for PNC Financial Services. Prior to the financial services industry, Ellen worked in the electronics industry where she led global teams in several functions at 3M Company in St. Paul, MN.She earned a BS in chemistry from Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, AL, her Ph.D. in organic/polymer chemistry from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA, her MBA from the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Business, her Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt certification from 3M Company, and her Multicultural Competency and Wellness Certificate from the National Wellness Institute.Ellen is also an active volunteer and supporter for a host of community-related organizations across the US and provides college scholarships through her fund at The Cleveland Foundation. She is a member of the Private Directors Association and the National Wellness Institute.A Powerful Quote From This Episode"I want teams to be more productive, more cohesive, and more resilient. That is my life's work."Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeEllen's WebsiteAbout The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals with a keen interest in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. Connect with Scott AllenWebsite

Medicine on Call with Dr. Elaina George
Big Tech and Government: Too Much Control

Medicine on Call with Dr. Elaina George

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 48:34


Dr. Michael Rectenwald, author of Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag, Chief Academic Officer and co-founder of American Scholars discusses the power of the government and Big Tech to control social, economic and educational access leading to estrangement. What is the answer?  Michael is the Chief Academic Officer and co-founder of American Scholars, a pro-American education platform. He was a Professor of Liberal Studies and Global Liberal Studies at NYU from 2008 to 2019. Michael also taught at Duke University, North Carolina Central University, Carnegie Mellon University, and Case Western Reserve University. He holds a Ph.D. in Literary and Cultural Studies from Carnegie Mellon University, a Master's in English Literature from Case Western Reserve University, and a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh. Michael is the author of eleven books, including Thought Criminal (2020); Beyond Woke (May 2020); Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom (2019); Springtime for Snowflakes: “Social Justice” and Its Postmodern Parentage (an academic's memoir, 2018); Nineteenth-Century British Secularism: Science, Religion and Literature (2016); Academic Writing, Real World Topics (2015, Concise Edition 2016); Global Secularisms in a Post-Secular Age (2015); Breach (Collected Poems, 2013); The Thief and Other Stories (2013); and The Eros of the Baby-Boom Eras (1991). https://www.michaelrectenwald.com/ - Website https://www.facebook.com/michael.rectenwald - Facebook https://twitter.com/TheAntiPCProf - Twitter

National Master Evan Rabin, CEO of Premier Chess
Episode 179 with National Master Gabriel Ewing, Premier Chess Instructor and Programmer

National Master Evan Rabin, CEO of Premier Chess

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 32:11


In Podcast Episode 179, I converse with  National Master Gabriel Ewing, Premier Chess Instructor and Programmer. Gabe has a Bachelor of Arts and Masters in Computer Science from Case Western Reserve University. He recently started teaching for us after he left Google, where he was a full-time Software engineer for four years. He made National Master when he tied for first place in the 2014 World Open U-2200 section. We speak about his drive to follow his passion of chess, the parallels between chess and programming, recommendations for winning big tournaments, chess pedagogy lessons and more. 

ASHA Voices
What Children Hear in the Classroom

ASHA Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 25:05


Discerning speech in a noisy environment requires practice, and it can take years for children to hone their ability to maximize their auditory system.Award-winning researcher Lauren Calandruccio joins the podcast to discuss auditory perception in noisy environments, like the classroom. She tells us about the experiments she conducted into how children perceive sound, and we hear the surprising turn her research took.Plus, Lauren shares what she's doing at Case Western Reserve University to facilitate communication in her university classroom during the pandemic.

Gangrey Podcast
Episode 101: Jim Sheeler

Gangrey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 85:16


Jim Sheeler won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing in 2006 for his story “Final Salute,” which ran in the Rocky Mountain News. The piece focused on Marine Major Steve Beck, who notified families when their loved ones were killed in Iraq and helped them through the mourning process. The story ended up being more than just about Beck, though, as it brought memories of the lives of the dead service members and their families to millions of people. The story was expanded into a book with the same title. That book was a finalist for the National Book Award in 2008. Sheeler made a name for himself as a reporter by writing feature obituaries about ordinary, everyday people. A collection of those stories can be found in Sheeler's book “Obit.” Sheeler never appeared on Gangrey: The Podcast, although many reporters talked about how they learned lessons from him and his work. He died unexpectedly on September 17. He was 53 years old. This episode remembers Sheeler through stories from a variety of people who knew him. In the introduction, Josh Roiland, an English and journalism professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington talks about how Sheeler helped him out a couple years ago when he was struggling. Included in this episode: Part 1: In October 2019, host Matt Tullis interviewed Sheeler for a writing project he was working on. Tullis recorded that interview and found the audio file after Sheeler died. It's presented here. Part 2: In the days after Sheeler died, Ben Montgomery tweeted a story he's heard Sheeler tell about his middle name - Expedite. Montgomery tells that story. Part 3: Steve Knopper, a freelance writer of 25 years, worked with Sheeler in Boulter in the early 1990s. He also tweeted a remembrance, and tells the story of how he and Sheeler stumbled out of a bar one night at 1 a.m. and found adults riding Big Wheels. Part 4: Anne Nickoloff and Mike McKenna were students of Sheeler's at Case Western Reserve University from 2012-16, and stayed in touch with him afterward. Nickoloff is now a reporter at Cleveland.com and the Plain Dealer. McKenna is a fourth-year graduate student in clinical psychology at Ohio State. They tell us what it was like to have Sheeler as a professor. Part 5: Jim Tankersley is a White House correspondent for the New York Times focusing on economics. Back in the early 2000s, he worked with Sheeler at the Rocky Mountain News. They became friends and stayed in touch. Then, in August, Tankersley was named the pool reporter who had to follow President Biden to the Dover Air Force Base to receive the bodies of 13 service members, the last to die in Afghanistan. He reached out to Sheeler for help with that article.

How to Talk to Kids About Anything
How to Talk to Girls About Managing Stress and Anxiety with Dr. Lisa Damour – ReRelease

How to Talk to Kids About Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 55:02


We have all seen the spikes in anxiety and stress in our young people these days. There is an unbelievable amount of pressure to succeed, to look perfect, to be liked and to do it all. There are pressures at home, in school, within relationships and it feels heavy and constant. Now, though anxiety has risen among young people overall, studies confirm that it has skyrocketed in girls. What in the world is going on here? And what can we do about it? For the answers to these questions, we are turning to best-selling author, Dr. Lisa Damour. Lisa Damour writes the monthly adolescence column for the New York Times, serves as a regular contributor to CBS News, maintains a private psychotherapy practice, consults and speaks internationally, and is a Senior Advisor to the Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Damour is the author of numerous academic papers, chapters, and books related to parenting and child development including her 2016 New York Times best seller, Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood and now, Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls, comes out TODAY- lucky us- so welcome Dr. Lisa Damour to how to talk to kids about anything! The post How to Talk to Girls About Managing Stress and Anxiety with Dr. Lisa Damour – ReRelease appeared first on drrobynsilverman.com.

How To Talk To Kids About Anything
How to Talk to Girls About Managing Stress and Anxiety with Dr. Lisa Damour – ReRelease

How To Talk To Kids About Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 55:02


We have all seen the spikes in anxiety and stress in our young people these days. There is an unbelievable amount of pressure to succeed, to look perfect, to be liked and to do it all. There are pressures at home, in school, within relationships and it feels heavy and constant. Now, though anxiety has risen among young people overall, studies confirm that it has skyrocketed in girls. What in the world is going on here? And what can we do about it? For the answers to these questions, we are turning to best-selling author, Dr. Lisa Damour. Lisa Damour writes the monthly adolescence column for the New York Times, serves as a regular contributor to CBS News, maintains a private psychotherapy practice, consults and speaks internationally, and is a Senior Advisor to the Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Damour is the author of numerous academic papers, chapters, and books related to parenting and child development including her 2016 New York Times best seller, Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood and now, Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls, comes out TODAY- lucky us- so welcome Dr. Lisa Damour to how to talk to kids about anything! The post How to Talk to Girls About Managing Stress and Anxiety with Dr. Lisa Damour – ReRelease appeared first on drrobynsilverman.com.

Fit Strong Women Over 50
Improving Brain Health with Dr. Angela Ridgel

Fit Strong Women Over 50

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 32:26


In Episode 93, Jill and Chris talk with Dr. Angela Ridgel, a Professor in Exercise Physiology and the Associate Director of the Brain Health Research Institute at Kent State University. Her research focuses on how exercise and movement therapy improves brain health and function in older adults and those with neurological disorders. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from The College of William and Mary, a Master's degree in Biology at Villanova University and her PhD in Biomedical Sciences from Marshall University. Dr. Ridgel completed her Post-Doctoral training at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic. For more information: Becoming Elli

Providence College Podcast
Early Music with Anna O'Connell '12

Providence College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 46:43


Anna O'Connell '12 discovered her love of early music as a music education student, studying voice and harp. Now a doctoral student in historical performance practice at Case Western Reserve University, O'Connell recently won the Barbara Thornton scholarship from Early Music America. She discusses the many far-flung locations that her music performance career has taken her, including the Great Wall of China, the Vatican, and World Youth Day in Krakow. Listen to the end to hear her play a 100-string baroque harp. Subscribe to the Providence College Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play, and YouTube.  Visit Providence College on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, and LinkedIn. 

Every Day Oral Surgery: Surgeons Talking Shop
Dr. Faisal Quereshy: a program director's perspective on interviews, externships, and ranking applicants, as well as thoughts on running both a residency and successful private practice.

Every Day Oral Surgery: Surgeons Talking Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 43:49


A native of Toronto, Canada, Dr. Faisal Quereshy is a board-certified oral, maxillofacial, and facial cosmetic surgeon practicing in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as Professor and Residency Director for the Case Western Reserve University's Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMFS) Program. As today's guest, Dr. Quereshy shares his unique perspective as a program director on interviews, externships, and ranking applicants, as well as his thoughts on running both a residency program and a successful private practice. He also shares his advice for dental students on showcasing your personality in interviews, respecting the hierarchy and etiquette within the residency program you choose, and using the externship experience to learn about the residency they want to attend. For all this and so much more, make sure to tune in today!Key Points From This Episode:A brief history of Dr. Quereshy's training and practice setup.He shares his thoughts as a program director on running a residency program as well as a successful private practice.The financial and surgical benefits that residents gain from a part-time academic model.Learn about the fast-paced structure of the five-year OMFS program at Case Western.What Dr. Quereshy looks for in applicants: self-motivation and the ability to multitask.Power tips for interviewing well and showcasing your personality during the interview.Why Dr. Quereshy says they are not trying to fit an applicant to the current resident pool.How the theme of diversity has been stressed and prioritized in the OMFS program.Dr. Quereshy shares his applicant ranking system and the essential attributes he looks for.Why externs should use the experience to learn about the residency they want to attend.Dr. Quereshy's advice for externs; respect the hierarchy and etiquette within the program.The value of fellowships for residents; a niche area of expertise in a sub-discipline.The educational and marketing benefits that social media can provide.Find out why Dr. Quereshy is currently pursuing an MBA and how he dodges burnout.Why Blue Ocean Strategy is the best book Dr. Quereshy has read in the past year.How daily prayer grounds his wellbeing and allows his to treat patients with honesty, sincerity, humility, and respect. Why Dr. Quereshy would use upper cowhorn forceps #88R to extract tooth number three.Ending on a quote: “You begin in the name of God, the most merciful, the most beneficent.”Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Dr. Faisal Quereshy on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/faisal-a-quereshy-md-facs-5666551b/Dr. Faisal Quereshy on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/facesurgeon/Case Western Reserve University — https://case.edu/Blue Ocean Strategy — https://www.amazon.com/Blue-Ocean-Strategy-Uncontested-Competition/dp/1591396190Dr. Grant Stucki Email — grantstucki@gmail.comDr. Grant Stucki Phone — 720-441-6059

3News Now with Stephanie Haney
US working with Haiti to rescue missionaries, police fail to find leak in Kareem Hunt assault case

3News Now with Stephanie Haney

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 10:44


Tuesday, October 19, 2021: The US government has confirmed its working with Haiti to rescued abducted missionaries, Cleveland police close investigation into leak in Kareem Hunt assault case, Browns confirm Nick Chubb will miss Thursday's game due to injury, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Need a break from bad news? Watch It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney, every Wednesday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZJYJeXepPQ Like this show? Check out the 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast: http://wkyc.com/3thingstoknow Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: Christian Aid Ministries in Holmes County remains quiet on details about missionaries kidnapped in Haiti https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/northeast-ohio/christian-aid-ministries-quiet-missionaries-kidnapped-haiti/95-7e661aca-1f39-4631-a653-a4f7082db9c5 Haiti gang demands $17M for kidnapped US missionaries linked to Northeast Ohio group, official says https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/haiti-gang-ransom-kidnapped-us-missionaries/507-fd46bbe0-7f7f-4ed7-b1e5-29a2b32f453a 3News Investigates: Cleveland police fail to ID leak in Kareem Hunt assault case https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/investigations/3news-investigates-cleveland-police-fail-to-id-leak-kareem-hunt-assault-case/95-90328ba2-174a-409d-a3c9-048189cfe131 Cleveland Browns RB Nick Chubb ruled out vs. Broncos; will miss 2nd straight game with calf injury https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/cleveland-browns-rb-nick-chubb-out-vs-broncos/95-7cc6a326-4a66-4b77-8e3c-9762042921b9 Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield says he'll make decision whether he can play vs. Broncos; still expects to play https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/cleveland-browns-baker-mayfield-still-plans-to-play-vs-broncos/95-e3a61f75-a3e0-4b10-aeb2-5742403c0f13 COVID-19 in Ohio: State reports 3,617 new cases in the last 24 hours https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-numbers/coronavirus-ohio-updates/95-e2faeb56-d02a-443a-bcdb-141f2c7fafe8 Case Western Reserve University named best college in Ohio in new study https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/education/case-western-reserve-university-named-ohio-best-according-study/95-c278b466-9d14-4e7c-93c8-010ce4f6877f Sweet Moses ice cream shop in Cleveland's Gordon Square to close for good this weekend https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/food/sweet-moses-cleveland-gordon-square-close-for-good/95-e1cf2558-4638-49ad-8063-13920e97ecb6 41 new Hallmark Christmas movies coming this year https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/holidays/hallmark-christmas-2021/73-bab2479f-7437-445d-bc39-1a3b3f580bf2 Check out this spooky Halloween light display in Green https://www.wkyc.com/video/life/holidays/halloween/check-out-this-spooky-halloween-light-display-in-green/95-64c4be3c-ed96-4dd9-9ad7-865a97c74794

Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast
E98 Martin Schreiber on Trauma Research and Resuscitation

Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 51:25


Dr. Martin Schreiber is a trauma and critical care surgeon at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland. He has had a major impact on our understanding of resuscitation in trauma, among many other topics. We talked to Dr. Schreiber about his experience with the military, his advocacy around trauma research, and trauma resuscitation. Links: 1. Trauma Center Association of America calls for NIH Trauma Institute. https://www.traumacenters.org/news/557958/TCAA-Chair-Calls-for-Creation-of-Trauma-Institute-in-the-NIH-.htm 2. Effect of Out-of-Hospital Tranexamic Acid vs Placebo on 6-Month Functional Neurologic Outcomes in Patients With Moderate or Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32897344 3. Tranexamic acid in trauma. How should we use it? https://journals.lww.com/jtrauma/Citation/2013/06000/Tranexamic_acid_in_trauma__How_should_we_use_it_.30.aspx Bio (from https://www.ohsu.edu/people/martin-a-schreiber-md-facs-fccm) Dr. Schreiber's special areas of interest are trauma surgery and surgical critical care. He received his medical degree in 1988 from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. Dr. Schreiber completed his internship at Madigan Army Medical Center in Fort Lewis, WA., and his residency training at the University of Washington in Seattle. His trauma and critical care fellowship was completed at the University of Washington.

The Create Your Own Life Show
Dr. Brian Keating | Into the Impossible; A Glimpse into the Minds of Nobel Laureates

The Create Your Own Life Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 51:08


About This Episode: Brian Keating is the Chancellor's Distinguished Professor at the University of California San Diego and the author of more than 200 scientific publications, two US Patents, and the bestselling memoir Losing the Nobel Prize. Keating did research at Case Western Reserve University, Brown University, Stanford, and Caltech. In 2007 he received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers from President Bush. Keating is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, and co-leads the Simons Array and Simons Observatory cosmology projects in Chile. He is a pilot and an honorary lifetime member of the National Society of Black Physicists. Find out more about Dr. Brian at: Into the Impossible: Think Like a Nobel Prize Winner: Lessons from Laureates to Stoke Curiosity, Spur Collaboration, and Ignite Imagination in Your Life and Career - https://www.amazon.com/Into-Impossible-Laureates-Collaboration-Imagination/dp/1544523491/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1634560033&sr=1-1 Brian Keating - https://briankeating.com/ Into the Impossible With Brian Keating - https://briankeating.com/podcast.php Check out our YouTube Channel: Jeremyryanslatebiz Make Extraordinary a reality: jeremyryanslate.com/extraordinary See the Show Notes: www.jeremyryanslate.com/925 Sponsors: Gusto: This episode is sponsored by Gusto. Run your payroll the easy way, the same way we do at Command Your Brand. You'll get a. $100 Amazon Gift Card just for running your first payroll! http://www.jeremyryanslate.com/gusto MyPillow: Use the promo code: CYOL to get up to 60% off https://www.mypillow.com/ Audible: Get a free 30 day free trial and 1 free audiobook from thousands of available books. Right now I'm reading "Chaos Under Heaven: Trump, Xi, and the Battle for the Twenty-First Century" by Josh Rogin www.jeremyryanslate.com/book  

Nobody Told Me!
Daniel George and Peter Whitehouse: ..about the myths surrounding Alzheimer's and dementia

Nobody Told Me!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 32:39


What are we doing right and what are we doing wrong when it comes to dealing with Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia? And, what should we be doing in the future? Our guests on this episode, Daniel George and Peter Whitehouse, have a lot to say about that. Dr. George is a medical anthropologist and associate Professor at Penn State. Dr. Whitehouse is a professor of neurology at Case Western Reserve University and a professor of medicine at the University of Toronto. Together, they are the co-authors of the new book, "American Dementia: Brain Health in an Unhealthy Society".  ****** Thanks to our sponsors of this episode! --> Aurate: we love this modern, minimalist, and affordable jewerly! They rarely run sales, so we're honored that they are offering one to our listeners! Go to http://www.auratenewyork.com/nobodytoldme and use promo code 'nobodytoldme' to get 20% off with no minimum order. --> AirMedCare Network (AMCN): add inexpensive Fly-U-Home coverage to your AMCN membership so that if there's a medical emergency, you can make the call to be transported back to your local hospital—closer to your own doctor and family. Fly-U-Home takes care of absolutely everything from hospital A to hospital B. No bills. No paperwork. It's a smart way to reduce stress—and put control of your care in your hands. Sign up for Fly-U-Home today and receive up to a $100 eGift Card. by going to airmedcarenetwork.com/tellme and use offer code TELLME.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sound On
Title: Sound On: Gas Prices, Bannon Contempt Charge (Radio)

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 38:06


Bloomberg Washington Correspondent Joe Mathieu delivers insight and analysis on the latest headlines from the White House and Capitol Hill, including conversations with influential lawmakers and key figures in politics and policy. Guests: Tom Kloza, Global Head of Energy Analysis, Oil Price Information Service at IHS Markit, Jonathan Adler, Law Professor and Director of the Burke Center for Environmental Law at Case Western Reserve University and Bloomberg Politics contributors Jeanne Sheehan Zaino and Rick Davis. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

One Thing with Dr. Adam Rinde
The Mycobiome with Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum

One Thing with Dr. Adam Rinde

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 46:42


With so much talk about the Gut microbiome and the role of gut bacteria in health and disease; we often forget that there are other organisms living in the gut such as archaea, bacteriophages, helminths, viruses, and fungi. In today's episode we welcome on a world expert in the Mycobiome Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum. We did a great deep dive into the mycobiome, invasive candidiasis, intestinal permeability, biofilm and generally an expansive view of other players in the microbiome! outline of our talk. 00:00 opening 0:42 Show Intro 2:33 Career, overview 7:39 Good Yeast vs. Harmful Yeast 10:35 Candida Pseudoscience 13:08 Fungal Dysbiosis 14:50 Invasive Candidiasis 20:54 Systemic effects of Invasive Candidiasis 22:33 Detecting Symptoms of Dysbiosis 25:04 Risk Factors for Dysbiosis 27:16 The Challenges of Testing and Diagnosis for Yeast concerns 29:28 Metabolomics and yeast markers 33:30 Nutritional approaches to fungal dysbiosis 36:16 Crohn's Disease -Yeast connection 37:49 Biofilm and Candida 41:26 Closing thoughts About Dr. Ghannoum: Dr. Ghannoum has spent his career study the species of fungi that are living within our body and the role they play in health and disease. Dr. Ghannoum is a tenured Professor and Director of the Center for Medical Mycology at Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals Medical Center. He is also the co-founder of BIOHM Health, one of the leading consumer microbiome companies in the United States. And he is the author of the book Total Gut Balance which is an outstanding book about the gut mycobiome. #mycobiome #microbiome #candidiasis #inflammation #chronicillness SHOW LESS --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/adam-rinde/message

Next Level Leaders
108| Owning Your Power At Work

Next Level Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 63:40


Dr. Latha Poonamallee, Associate Professor, Chair of the Faculty of Management and University Fellow at the New School in New York City is also the co-founder of In-Med Prognostics, a Tech/AI startup and C-Suite for Justice, a community of senior executives committed to making their organizations more just, inclusive, and equitable. She is the creator and host of the Management and Social Justice Conversation Series. In her new book, Expansive Leadership: Cultivating Mindfulness to Lead Self and Others in a Changing World (Routledge, May 2021), she creates the structure for a transformative, whole person approach that considers leadership as a layered, complex phenomenon blending individual and structural transformation. She received her PhD in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University.   Latha Poonamallee on LinkedIn

A Hard Look
Health and Administrative Law Series, Episode 1: HIPAA

A Hard Look

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 40:56


A Hard Look returns for Season 3 with its inaugural episode! Season 3 host Steven Valentino and guest Kirk Nahra, Partner at WilmerHale and an adjunct professor at American University Washington College of Law and Case Western Reserve University, walk through the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or more commonly known as HIPAA. In this episode, Professor Nahra helps listeners understand the inception and development of HIPAA, as well as the Department of Health and Human Services's regulatory approach and framework under the law. After tracing HIPAA's history and regulatory structure, Professor Nahra then discusses the HHS notice of proposed rulemaking on access and coordinated care and how that may alter HIPAA's current applications. We conclude with a larger discussion of the ongoing privacy debate and how HIPAA or a different national privacy law can be shaped to address the growth in collected health information. If you have any questions about this episode, the guest, or the podcast, or if you would like to propose a topic or a guest, please email Steven Valentino at ALR-Sr-Tech-Editor@wcl.american.edu.

Conscious Leadership
#110: Wish you could actualize the potential of your team?

Conscious Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 39:37


Wish you knew how to actualize the potential of your teams? You're in for a treat because, today, Ellen Burts-Cooper is with me. Ellen is one of my favorite educators on cohesive, agile team performance, and she's going to share her approach to creating high-performing teams.  One of the reasons I love Ellen's work is she focuses on both style and systems. It's easy to over-index on style as it's more provocative, but without good systems, we dilute our strength.  What will you walk away with?  A methodology for co-creating team norms and working agreements. The ready-made recipe to run a Team Reunion; a concept I love!  I'm convinced we all need to host one with our teams in the immediate future.   Ellen is the senior managing partner of Improve Consulting and Training Group (http://improveconsulting.biz/) and is on faculty at Case Western Reserve University in the Weatherhead Executive Education Program and The Institute for Management Studies (IMS). She's written two books: “aMAZEing Organizational Teams: Navigating 7 Critical Attributes for Cohesion, Productivity and Resilience” and “Canine Instinct: A Guide to Survival and Advancement in Corporate America.” You can connect with her directly on LinkedIn.    The 10X Impact podcast is a production of 10X Leadership Lab. 10X Leadership Lab exists to transform business into a vehicle that elevates humanity through conscious leadership, stakeholder win-win, thriving culture, and higher purpose. Visit www.10xleadershiplab.com Subscribe to 10X Leadership Lab Education Follow Us on LinkedIn Connect with your host, Laura Juarez #10ximpact #10xleadershiplab #impactdrivenbusiness #stakeholdercapitalism #businessstrategy  #consciousleadership #consciouscapitalism #leadership #bcorp  #higherpurpose

Audible Bleeding
Dr. Gregorio Sicard and Dr. Frank Caputo on the Management of Endograft Failures, Open Aortic Surgical Training, and Mentorship

Audible Bleeding

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 54:22


Dr. Gregorio Sicard is Professor Emeritus of Surgery and Emeritus Chief of Vascular Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He trained in general surgery at the Barnes Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine, and completed the first Transplantation Fellowship there. He eventually became the Chief of Vascular Surgery and Chief of General Surgery at Washington Hospital. He founded the Vascular surgery fellowship there in 1983. He is a former President of the Society of Vascular Surgery, and recipient of the 2018 Society for Vascular Surgery Lifetime Achievement Award. He was a pioneer in the retroperitoneal approach to the aorta, and is regarded as a master aortic surgeon by his peers.  He has a legacy of trainees who have gone on to assume leadership roles in Vascular Surgery.    Dr. Frank Caputo is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. He is also the Vascular Surgery Director of the Aorta Center, Program Director of the Vascular Surgery Training Programs. His clinical interests include complex open and endovascular repair of  thoracic, thoracoabdominal and abdominal aortic aneurysms, management of thoracic dissection, endovascular and open repair of  failed endografts. Dr. Caputo earned his medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey, Newark, NJ, where he also served his surgical residency and two years as a National Institutes of Health research fellow. He completed his fellowship in vascular surgery at Barnes-Jewish Hospital of Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. where he served as administrative fellow. He joined the Cleveland Clinic medical staff in 2018.  Sicard, Gregorio A, Jeffrey M Reilly, Brian G Rubin, Robert W Thompson, Brent T Allen, M.Wayne Flye, Kenneth B Schechtman, Patricia Young-Beyer, Carey Weiss, and Charles B Anderson. "Transabdominal versus Retroperitoneal Incision for Abdominal Aortic Surgery: Report of a Prospective Randomized Trial." Journal of Vascular Surgery 21.2 (1995): 174-83.   What other topics would you like to hear about? Let us know more about you and what you think of our podcast through our Listener Survey or email us at AudibleBleeding@vascularsociety.org. Follow us on Twitter @audiblebleeding   Learn more about us at https://www.audiblebleeding.com/about-1/ and #jointheconversation.

Into The Dawn
Dr. Meredith Broderick - Insomnia and Sleep Disorders

Into The Dawn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 27:46


Dr. Meredith Broderick is a triple board-certified sleep physician and founder of Sound Sleep Guru, a telehealth sleep clinic serving WA, CA, and AK.  She attended medical school at The Ohio State University, completed a neurology residency at Case Western Reserve University, and a sleep medicine and behavioral sleep medicine fellowship at Stanford Medical Center. She is board certified in neurology, sleep medicine, and behavioral sleep medicine.  She is one of the only physicians in the country to hold this combination of board certifications. Dr. Broderick practices the full scope of sleep medicine treating conditions such as insomnia, narcolepsy, circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders, restless legs syndrome, and sleep-disordered breathing, including all forms of sleep apnea.  She has a special interest in treating insomnia without medications utilizing a state-of-the-art treatment also known as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I).In this episode we discuss:What is a medical-grade sleep disorder Common sleep disorders: insomnia, circadian sleep disorders, narcolepsy, restless leg syndromeWhy men have a higher risk of developing sleep apneaWhat are some solutions to solve the problem of snoringThe factors that perpetuate insomniaHow cognitive behavior therapy helps cure insomniaWhy sleep aids don't give you the sleep your body actually needsWhy not everyone needs 8 hours of sleepWhat is lucid dreaming and how it worksWhy most doctors don't know how to treat insomniaConnect with Meredith:Website: www.soundsleepguru.comInstagram: @soundsleepguruConnect with Ashley:Website: www.ashleyrivard.comInstagram: @intothedawnpodcast

Alzheimer's Talks
BrainStorm Ep 2: American Dementia: Brain Health in an Unhealthy Society - Interview with authors Drs. Whitehouse and George

Alzheimer's Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 18:56


Co-Authors Daniel R. George, PhD, MSc, medical anthropologist and Associate Professor at Penn State College of Medicine and Peter J. Whitehouse, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology at Case Western Reserve University and professor of medicine at University of Toronto discuss their book, "American Dementia: Brain Health in an Unhealthy Society". In this episode of BrainStorm, Meryl Comer's conversation with the authors covers the persisting inequalities in brain health and ageist tendencies in our culture. They discuss how local communities can rise above the disconnect and loneliness and come together to care for struggling neighbors. Listen in to hear what Drs. Whitehouse and George believe is the "game-changer" in this fight against Alzheimer's.Support the show (https://www.usagainstalzheimers.org)

All About Audiology - Hearing Resources to Empower YOU
All About Collaborating with Speech Language Pathologists – Episode 74- with Dr. Leah Beekman

All About Audiology - Hearing Resources to Empower YOU

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 43:21


Read the full transcript here About our guest: Dr. Leah Beekman Ph.D.,CCC-SLP completed a doctoral program at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Currently, she holds a role as a clinical assistant professor at Chapman University in Irvine, California and has a small private practice, Unless Therapy. What she loves best about her job […] The post All About Collaborating with Speech Language Pathologists – Episode 74- with Dr. Leah Beekman appeared first on All About Audiology.

Boomers Today
Successful Aging with Dr. Hashmi from Cleveland Clinic

Boomers Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 29:38


Dr. Ardeshir Z. Hashmi MD, FACP, Section Chief of Geriatrics at Cleveland Clinic and is the Endowed Chair of Geriatric Innovation and Section Chief/ He is Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. He has conducted lectures and workshops in geriatrics nationally and internationally. Under Dr. Hashmi's leadership Cleveland Clinic Geriatrics has garnered the following milestones; Age Friendly Health Systems Committed to Care Excellence designation via the Institute for Healthcare Improvement; highest Geriatrics US News and World report national rankings in Cleveland Clinic history; national accreditation as a top tier Level 1 Geriatrics Emergency Department by the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Hashmi's niche area of interest is the intersection of affordable technology solutions and geriatric population health in the service of our most vulnerable populations. Sponsor: www.BeyondDrivingwithDignity.com

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - Erik Giles - Antichrist Code Broken

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 41:29


Erik Giles - Antichrist Code Broken - The Apollyon Intercepts - There's been a lot of talk about the Mayan Long Calendar and what its end on Dec. 21 may portend for the world, but are you aware of the equally ancient Prophecy of the Popes and the biblical book of Revelation? All three prophecies are converging in their end stages, says fraud strategist Erik Giles, And when he digs through the numbers, he finds a disturbing pattern. Erik Giles has spent his career as a fraud analyst - specializing in preventing identity theft - because he has a unique skill set when it comes to pattern recognition, analyzing data and creating rules for it. He graduated from Penn State with a bachelor's in telecommunications and from Case Western Reserve University with an MBA. - www.threeprophecies.com listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

The Honestly Adoption Podcast
Understanding Brain Development In Children With A Trauma History

The Honestly Adoption Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 42:06


On this episode of the podcast, we are excited to welcome a good friend of Honestly Adoption, Dr. Gary Feldman from the Stramski Children's Developmental Center, to share insights into brain development with children who have experienced significant trauma. A Little More About Dr. Feldman... Dr. Feldman received his bachelor of medicine and surgery degree from the University of Cape Town School of Medicine in South Africa. He completed his residency in pediatrics at Red Cross Children's Hospital and University of Cape Town in South Africa and worked in primary care pediatrics for five years prior to moving to the United States in 1999. He completed a fellowship in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Dr. Feldman has been the medical director of the Stramski Children's Developmental Center at Miller Children's & Women's since 2004.

HFMA's Voices in Healthcare Finance
The future of the clinical workforce: Joyce Fitzpatrick, Case Western Reserve University, and Robyn Begley, CEO of the AONL and chief nursing officer of the AHA, discuss challenges in nursing

HFMA's Voices in Healthcare Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 24:46


Joyce Fitzpatrick, a nurse and director of the Marian K. Shaughnessy Nurse Leadership Academy at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University and Robyn Begley, CEO of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership and the chief nursing officer for the American Hospital Association, discuss the challenges facing the nursing profession. They talk about shortages of new nurses and educators to prepare them, early retirement of Baby Boomers due to the pandemic and the effect burnout is having on the industry as a whole.   Mentioned in this episode: Student Enrollment Surged in U.S. Schools of Nursing in 2020 Despite Challenges Presented by the Pandemic

Pharmacy Podcast Network
The Threat of Antimicrobial Resistance on the Human Microbiome | Dr. Anthony Senagore, MD

Pharmacy Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 22:18


Today, We focus on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) which has existed long before the golden age of antimicrobials. While antimicrobial agents are beneficial to combat infection, their widespread use contributes to the increase in and emergence of novel resistant microbes in virtually all environmental niches. Dr. Anthony Senagore, MD is the Professor and Vice Chair at Western Michigan University-Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine and the Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo, MI.  Dr. Senagore has previously served as Professor of Surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Central Michigan University School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, and Michigan State University-College of Human Medicine. He earned his medical degree from Michigan State University (MSU), East Lansing, MI. He completed his residency in General Surgery at the Butterworth Hospital/MSU program in Grand Rapis, MI. Dr. Senagore then completed a research fellowship and colon and rectal surgery residency at Ferguson Hospital on the Grand Rapids and East Lansing campuses of MSU. He continued his education and later received his Master of Science degree in physiology from MSU and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, San Francisco, CA campus. References:  The Threat of Antimicrobial Resistance on the Human Microbiome https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28492988/  PolyPid Strengthens Executive Team, Appointing Dr. Anthony Senagore as Senior Medical Director https://investors.polypid.com/news-releases/news-release-details/polypid-strengthens-executive-team-appointing-dr-anthony    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
How Diet And Stress Affect Your Immune System

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 15:41


How Diet And Stress Affect Your Immune System | This episode is sponsored by MitoPureYour immune system is constantly responding to your internal and external conditions. For instance, most of us have experience with coming down with a bad cold or flu directly following a period in which we haven't been eating or sleeping well. The same principle can apply to more severe or chronic disease as well; a dysregulated immune system opens the door for illness. In this mini-episode, Dr. Hyman speaks with Dr. Jeffrey Bland about how the food you eat and the quality of your sleep, your thoughts and relationships, and more are fundamental when it comes to the regulation of your immune system. He also speaks with Dr. Leonard Calabrese about the role that movement and exercise play in supporting your immune health.Dr. Jeffrey Bland is the founder of Big Bold Health, a company on a mission to transform the way people think about one of nature's greatest innovations—the immune system. Through Big Bold Health, Jeff is advocating for the power of immuno-rejuvenation to enhance immunity at a global level, often through the rediscovery of ancient food crops and superfoods. To get there, Jeff is building a network of small farms and suppliers throughout the US that take a clear stance on regenerative agriculture, environmental stewardship, and planetary health. Jeff's career in health spans more than 40 years. A nutritional biochemist by training, he began in academia as a university professor. Jeff then spent three decades in the natural products industry, working alongside other pioneers.Dr. Leonard Calabrese is a Professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University and Vice Chair of the Department of Rheumatic and Immunologic Diseases. Dr. Calabrese is also the director of the RJ Fasenmyer Center for Clinical Immunology at Cleveland Clinic and holds joint appointments in the Department of Infectious Diseases and the Wellness Institute.This episode is brought to you by MitoPure. MitoPure, from TimeLine Nutrition, regenerates mitochondria and supports cellular energy production. Right now, you can get 10% off MitoPure, which you can get in a capsule, powder, or protein blend, at timelinenutrition.com/drhyman.Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Jeffrey Bland, “How The Most Important Superfood You've Never Heard About Will Rejuvenate Your Immune System” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrJeffBland2 Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Leonard Calabrese, “The Secrets to Creating a Healthy Immune System” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrCalabrese See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Daily Sun-Up
Colorado Sun Daily Sun-Up: Is the state failing children with severe mental health issues?; President Taft in Montrose

The Daily Sun-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 13:43


Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Thursday September 23rd.   Today - The state's system that treats children with severe mental health issues is completely overwhelmed. Some kids are staying in county office buildings given the lack of safe housing. And on top of that, nearly 70 foster kids across the state are missing.   But before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”:   Today, we're going back to September 23rd, 1909 when President William H. Taft, standing on a stage in Montrose County, set a golden bell down on a silver plate. An electric current opened the gates holding back the Gunnison River and water flowed through a 6 mile tunnel to the Uncompahgre River valley. President Taft predicted that “this valley, with an unpronounceable name, is going to blossom like a rose”, and within a few years 470 miles of canals were built to encourage diverse agricultural products.   Now, our feature story.   Colorado's system that treats children with severe mental health issues is so stretched that kids are in jeopardy. That's the upshot of a fiery letter sent by county health directors to state officials, and the details are bracing. Children in crisis are staying in motels and county office buildings for a lack of safe housing. Child protective workers spend hours, even days, on the phone trying to help them. And nearly 70 foster kids across the state are missing. Jennifer Brown has the details.      To read more of Jennifer's reporting on children in state custody, go to coloradosun.com.    And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today:   A Colorado State University Pueblo student who authorities say made threats towards staff and fellow students at the school has been arrested after police say they found “a large cache of loaded weapons” and nearly 1,000 rounds of ammunition in his vehicle on campus. Robert James Killis, a 24-year-old who the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office says has military experience, is suspected of unlawful carrying/possessing a weapon on a university campus after the arrest Wednesday. The offense is a low-level felony.   Littleton police have named a suspect in a shooting that wounded one of their officers in the chest. Police are seeking 33-year-old Rigoberto Valles Dominguez, who remained at large Wednesday. The wounded officer, David Snook, was hit in his arm, leg and torso. He remains heavily sedated in an intensive care unit, Littleton Police Department Chief Doug Stephens said during a news conference, adding that the officer has ”a long road ahead of him.”   The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has issued its second-largest penalty ever -- imposing a $2 million fine against oil and gas operator KP Kauffman. The company was initially hit with a $1.8 million fine but the commission raised the tab after concluding that KP Kauffman had engaged in a “pattern of violations” for leaks and spills. The largest fine, $18.25 million, was issued in 2020 to Occidental Petroleum Corp., the state's largest operator, for a 2017 house explosion in Firestone that killed two people.     Jim Sheeler, beloved for remarkably evocative obituary writing during his years as a Colorado journalist, has died in Ohio at the age of 53. In 2006, when he worked for the Rocky Mountain News, Sheeler won the  Pulitzer Prize for Feature writing for Final Salute, a long-form story that chronicled the work of Major Steve Beck and how he helped the families of Marines who lost their lives in Iraq cope with the cost of war. Sheeler later taught at the University of Colorado and at the time of his death was a professor at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.      For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. And don't forget to tune in again tomorrow for a special holiday episode. Now, a quick message from our editor.   The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you.   Right now, you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member. Starting at $5 per month for a basic membership and if you bump it up to $20 per month, you'll get access to our exclusive politics and outdoors newsletters. Thanks for starting your morning with us and don't forget to tune in again tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Frankie Boyer Show
Michael Clinton & Brad Ricca

The Frankie Boyer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 39:30


Michael Clinton is the former president and publishing director of Hearst Magazines, and now serves as special media advisor to the Hearst Corporation's CEO. An avid traveler, Michael has experienced 124 countries, and has run marathons on seven continents. He is a private pilot, a part owner of a vineyard in Argentina, has started a nonprofit foundation, holds two master's degrees, and still has a long list of life experiences that he plans to tackle. https://beyondword.com/products/roar-into-the-second-half-of-your-life-before-its-too-lateBrad Ricca was born in Cleveland and still lives around there with his wife and three boys in a 100-year-old house. Brad teaches from time-to-time at Case Western Reserve University where he earned a Ph. D. in English. He's written multiple novels and has appeared in documentaries on the History Channel, AMC, and has been a guest on Criminal, All Things Considered, BBC radio, and Innovation Hub, among others. His latest book, True Raiders, is a result of a lifetime of trying to understand the effect that Raiders of the Lost Ark had on Brad and how and why we can believe in things that are somehow always beyond our reach, especially if they involve hidden, secret meanings. https://www.trueraiders.com

Caregiver SOS On Air
American Dementia: Brain Health in an Unhealthy Society with Dr. George and Dr. Whitehouse

Caregiver SOS On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 27:00


Co-Authors Daniel R. George, PhD, MSc, medical anthropologist and Associate Professor at Penn State College of Medicine and Peter J. Whitehouse, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology at Case Western Reserve University and professor of medicine at University of Toronto talk with Caregiver SOS on Air co-hosts Carol Zernial, nationally known expert on gerontology and veteran broadcaster and attorney Ron Aaron about American Dementia: Brain Health in an Unhealthy Society and what the future holds for diagnosis and treatment of the various types of dementia.

Behind the Microscope
Skip Brass, MD-PhD - Setting the Bar for Physician-Scientist Training

Behind the Microscope

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 54:01


Dr. Lawrence (Skip) Brass, MD, PhD is a Professor in the Department of Medicine and Director of the Medical Scientist Training Program at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Brass pursued his MD/PhD training at Case Western Reserve University, followed by residency and hematology/oncology fellowship training at UPenn before joining faculty. In today's episode, we discuss the evolution of MD/PhD training, including the priorities for current trainees and the importance of institutional support towards ensuring their success as rising physician-scientists. For temporal reference, this episode was recorded in the Summer of 2020. Credits: Our deepest thanks to Dr. Brass for joining us today. Check out his faculty page here: https://www.med.upenn.edu/brasslab/skipbrass.html Check out the Brass Lab here: https://www.med.upenn.edu/brasslab/ Host: Bejan Saeedi Co-Host and Audio Engineer – Joe Behnke Executive Producer and Social Media Coordinator – Carey Jansen Executive Producer – Michael Sayegh Associate Producer - Joshua Owens Faculty Advisor – Dr. Brian Robinson Twitter: @behindthescope_ Instagram: @behindthemicroscopepod Facebook: @behindthemicroscope1 Website: behindthemicroscope.com

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin
The Power Of Giving Back

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 37:10


Jon talks with Matthew Lester, President, Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, and Dennis Bernard, President, United Jewish Fund. They talk about leadership, mentorship, and the power of giving back. They also discuss how Matthew and Dennis balance their community responsibility with family responsibility and running their own businesses. Matthew B. Lester Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Princeton Enterprises, L.L.C. In 1994, Matthew B. Lester founded Princeton Enterprises, L.L.C., a privately held real estate acquisition, development, and property management company based in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. To date, Princeton's portfolio consists of over 150 properties with an aggregate value in excess of $1 billion and operates nearly 25,000 apartment units, office, industrial, storage, and other commercial facilities located in fifteen states and Canada. Over the years, Mr. Lester has been personally involved in numerous community service programs by devoting his time and financial assistance to countless organizations that support the health, education, and economic well-being of those experiencing hardships. Mr. Lester is the current President of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and Co-Chair of the Jewish Federation's Annual Campaign. He is a Board Member for the American Joint Distribution Committee (JDC); a member of the Collections Committee for the Detroit Institute of Arts; and a member of the Greater Detroit Campaign Leadership Council for the University of Michigan. Mr. Lester is a former President of the Jewish Senior Life of Metropolitan Detroit and has formerly served as a Board Member for Kadima; BBYO; the Detroit Maccabi Committee; the Jewish Fund; Forgotten Harvest; and the Jewish News Foundation. In addition to holding those positions, Mr. Lester has also served as a Board Member and Chairman for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra; a Chairman of the Financial Oversight Committee for the Jewish Community Center of Detroit; a past Advisor to the Executive Director for YAD EZRA; and a past member of the Sherman Campaign and Blumenstein Leadership Groups. Over the past 20 years, Mr. Lester has led numerous mission trips to Israel, Ethiopia, Hungary, Poland, and Cuba. Mr. Lester graduated from the University of Michigan in 1987 with a bachelor's degree in history and from the University of Southern California in 1990 with a law degree. After graduation, Mr. Lester joined the law firm of Jaffe, Raitt, Heuer & Weiss, P.C., and developed prominent litigation and real estate practice. While engaged in the practice of law, Mr. Lester initiated his real estate investment career and made his first successful acquisition. He has lectured on real estate finance at the University of Michigan; has appeared as a real estate valuation witness, and has served as a court-appointed receiver for numerous lenders. Mr. Lester is the former President of the Apartment Association of Michigan. Mr. Lester was a past recipient of the Frank A. Wetsman Young Leadership Award; the Jewish Senior Life Award of Excellence; and a former Honoree of the Year for YAD EZRA. He has been nationally recognized in Multifamily Executive; Apartment Finance Today; National Real Estate Investor; NPR – All Things Considered; and Crain's Business Detroit; as well as receiving recognition for the American Board of Trial Advocates Award and the Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame. Mr. Lester has been a guest speaker or panel member for Apartment Finance Today; Multifamily Executive; Detroit Commercial Real Estate Summit; Marcus & Millichap Southeast Multifamily Forum; and many other speaking events. In his personal time, Mr. Lester enjoys a variety of activities with his wife and children; particularly spending time at the family farm located in Northern Michigan. Dennis S. Bernard Founder and President of Bernard Financial Group and Bernard Financial Servicing Group Dennis Bernard is the founder and President of Bernard Financial Group (“BFG”) and Bernard Financial Servicing Group (“BFSG”). Founded in 1991, BFG has grown into the largest commercial mortgage banking firm in Michigan financing on average over $1 billion each year of Michigan Commercial Real Estate. BFG became a member of the Strategic Alliance Mortgage (SAM) network in 2003 (www.samalliance.com). SAM is a national network of the largest independently owned commercial mortgage banking firm and the third-largest lending platform in the country. Bernard is a past national president. Over the last 33 years, Mr. Bernard has specialized in both debt and equity placement with commercial lenders and institutional joint venture participants. Bernard Financial Group has also been involved in commercial mortgage servicing on construction and permanent loan portfolios. Mr. Bernard has been involved with over 1,000 commercial real estate financial transactions totaling over $24,000,000,000. Mr. Bernard has been engaged as both a consultant and a correspondent by over twenty-five national lenders. Bernard Financial Group's client list reads like Michigan's Who's Who of owners and developers. These transactions have included multi and single-tenant office, industrial, hi-tech, retail, multi-family, manufactured housing communities, self-storage, hotel, and senior housing. Bernard Financial Group has closed over $22,000,000,000 in financing since its inception. These included forward commitments and immediate fundings on multi-family, retail, industrial, and high-tech properties. The lenders were Life Companies, pension funds, structured lenders, securitized lenders, and quasi-government agencies. Bernard Financial Servicing Group currently provides full cashiering servicing for over $4,400,000,000 for Life Companies and CMBS Lenders. Bernard Financial Servicing Group is now actively subbed Special Servicing for many national firms. Mr. Bernard's educational background includes a Bachelor's Degree in Finance from Miami University along with an MBA specializing in Finance and Strategic Planning from Case Western Reserve University. Mr. Bernard has been a lecturer on real estate finance at the University of Michigan's Graduate School of Business. Mr. Bernard has also appeared as an expert witness on real estate interest rates and financings in Michigan, New York, and Texas. Mr. Bernard has been an editorial contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Commercial, Inc., Crain's Detroit Business, Michigan Real Estate Journal, Midwest Real Estate News, National Real Estate Investors, Heartland Properties, Real Estate Forum, among others. Mr. Bernard has received numerous awards for his community and business involvement. Annually named to Metropolitan Detroit Top 100 Business Leaders. Most recently, he was elected to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) CRE Board of Governors. Additionally, he has been recognized by Crain's Detroit Business as a “40 under 40”, by Midwest Real Estate News as a “40 over 40” Most Influential Real Estate Professional and Midwest Hall of Fame, and by Commercial Inc. as an Elite Eight winner. He has been bestowed the honor of the 2006 Governors Service Award for Volunteering and Community Leadership. He has also received Crain's Detroit Business, University of Michigan, and ULI's “Real Estate Excellence” award. Mr. Bernard was recently honored by being awarded the International Association of Jewish Vocational Services Greenberg Leadership Award. He has also received the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit's Young Leadership Award, the Jewish Community Council Activist of the Year Award, the American Jewish Committee “Outstanding Humanitarian Award”, and was deemed “Home Town Hero” for Oakland County for his activities and involvements on behalf of local charities. Mr. Bernard currently sits on nine different charitable organizations Board of Trustees. Mr. Bernard has been the Vice-Chair of Michigan's Venture Michigan Fund and currently serves as gubernatorial appointments to two other State of Michigan Boards or Task Forces. Mr. Bernard enjoys his mentoring in the Detroit Public Schools. Most importantly, Mr. Bernard goes home for dinner every night and spends the weekends with his family.   Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/  Website: https://jondwoskin.com/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/  Email: jon@jondwoskin.com  Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big!   Connect with Matt Lester and Dennis Bernard: Websites: www.jewishdetroit.org  www.jewishfederation.org 

Learn Skin with Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar
Episode 102: Treatments for Alopecia Areata: Mild, Moderate, and Severe

Learn Skin with Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 26:19


Knowledge of alopecia areata a little spotty? We got you some coverage. This week, we're joined by our hair expert, Dr. Paradi Mirmirani, as she runs through recent research and covers the fundamentals of treatment, monitoring, and risks to keep in mind. Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence based research in integrative dermatology. To learn more about alopecia areata treatment updates, attend Dr. Mirmirani's lecture at the 2021 Integrative Dermatology Symposium.   Paradi Mirmirani, MD completed residencies in Internal Medicine and Dermatology and a clinical hair research fellowship at the University of California San Francisco. She is practicing at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Vallejo, California where she serves as the assistant chief of dermatology, the regional director for hair disorders, the local research chair, and the regional co-lead for dermatology research. Additionally, Dr. Mirmirani has faculty appointments at the University of California, San Francisco and Case Western Reserve University. As an active clinician, researcher, and teacher, she has over 50 peer review publications and regularly presents at national and international conferences on various hair topics. Notably, Dr. Mirmirani co-authored “Cicatricial Alopecia: An Approach to Diagnosis and Management,” the first book dedicated to the topic. Her awards include the UCSF Outstanding Clinical Teacher and the San Francisco Dermatologic Society's Key Dermatology Leader for hair. Dr. Mirmirani has served on various society committees including the scientific advisory board of the Cicatricial Alopecia Research Foundation, the clinical research advisory board for the National Alopecia Areata Foundation, and the Board of Directors for the North American Hair Research Society.

”In the (D3FB) Huddle” - CWRU QB Drew Saxton (S14E9)

"In the (D3FB) Huddle"

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 28:16


After a disappointing end to the 2019 NCAA #d3fb Playoffs for Case Western Reserve University, Sr. QB Drew Saxton is ready to lead his team back to the NCAA Playoffs in 2021. However, Case has to face Spring 2021 PAC Champion Westminster College Saturday in a major PAC battle.   Saxton joined Frank & JB to discuss the 2019 Union game, how the team dealt with the pandemic cancellations, the beginning of their Fall 2021 season, and what he expects to see vs. Westminster Saturday. In addition, he gives an unexpected shoutout - to a Grove City guy. Watch to find out who and why he did it.   Please remember to LIKE and SHARE this video for other Case and #d3fb fans to find us!

Conversations with Sara Podcast
Optimizing Immune Health for You and Kids!

Conversations with Sara Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 44:28


Today I welcome my friend, Gina Jones. She is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist specializing in Functional Medicine Nutrition. Gina holds a Masters degree in Clinical Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University. Today we talk about optimizing immune health for you and your kids, plus some discussion around a healthy diet and healthy gut!  Gina is both academically and professionally trained from Cleveland Clinic Foundation and an alumnus of Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine. Through healing her own health struggles with autoimmune diseases, thyroid disease, and food intolerances; Gina has found her passion in practicing Functional Medicine Nutrition. Gina is owner of INW Center where she provides individualized nutrition care, as well as partners with other health care providers, companies, and patients to share nutrition knowledge. Gina is also the founder of Crunchy Kitchen, an allergen friendly food business where she has been able to combine her love of food with her nutrition expertise. Gina has successfully improved patient vitality and health through the functional medicine, patient-centered approach. In Gina's various roles as a dietitian, she is able to share her knowledge through consulting, writing, recipe sharing and public speaking. Gina has contributed to major publications such as: Parent Magazine, Vitamin Shoppe, Dietitian Central, A Sweat Life and more.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mastering Midlife Podcast
Karen Goldfinger Baker on How Shame And Worthiness Effects Even Pro Athletes and Top Executives

Mastering Midlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 23:09


Karen Goldfinger Baker is a powerful Executive Coach with a demonstrated history of working with inspired leaders to be extraordinary. Significant experience, knowledge, and skills in Business, Nonprofit Organizations, Coaching, and Team Building. Strong, direct, networked professional with certification from Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.  It doesn't matter your accomplishments (a Super bowl Ring), or your title, shame and worthiness are part of the equation if you are a thinking, feeling human being.  Karen Goldfinger Baker works with NFL Players and Top Executives and shares with us the common themes that even the elite deal with.  I love this conversation because what I learned from Karen, is that the self-talk, the negative feelings, or even the evidence that we are not up to the task, do not matter.  Go and create anyway! “We often have conversations about magnificent possibility, and then we get to….'but not for me,' and it's heartbreaking.”  – Karen Goldfinger Baker Today on Mastering Midlife: The cost of holding on to the façade. How Karen creates amazing things, even with the feelings of shame and unworthiness. Karen's one-line business plan: “Heal what you can, accept what can't, and get what you want anyway. Listen for how Karen really expresses the above statement. Way more visceral. The secret sauce from unworthiness to peace. Resources Mentioned and Connect with Karen: Contact Karen com Trauma Hiders Club Podcast Karen Goldfinger Baker LinkedIn Get FREE Access to the Only 10's Course Are you struggling with knowing what, when, and how to focus your efforts to get things done? As a long-time sufferer of severe ADD, I understand the struggle - and that's why I created the Only 10's system. This system has helped me and thousands of others clear the clutter and focus their energy on getting the right things done. The Only 10's free online course is based on my proven system to help you focus your attention and maintain momentum around your day-to-day life. Sign up for the Only 10's free course today! Mastering Midlife...Together! Thanks for tuning into today's episode of the Mastering Midlife Podcast: How to Thrive When the World Asks the Most of You with Mark Silverman. If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review. Be sure to visit our website and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube and don't forget to share your favorite episodes on social media.

Heartrepreneur® Radio
Heart-repreneur® Radio | Episode 278 | The Changing Dynamics Related to Retirement with Dr. Gregg Lunceford

Heartrepreneur® Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 34:47


Dr. Gregg Lunceford is a retirement researcher, and a 25+ year veteran in the financial services industry. He is a subject matter expert and writes and researches on retirement transition. Dr. Lunceford is a contributor to Forbes Finance Council and other publications. During his banking career he has held several roles in Wealth Management and Corporate & Investment Banking for large corporate institutions. Dr. Lunceford currently serves as a wealth advisor to individuals, families and organizations. Dr. Lunceford earned a BBA from Loyola University of Chicago, an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis, and a Ph.D. in Management from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH where he conducted studies on retirement. He is a Certified Financial Planner™ professional and holds a Certificate in Financial Planning Studies from Northwestern University. Dr. Lunceford is also a registered financial advisor with the NFL Players Association. Dr. Lunceford is a native of Chicago and serves on various non-profit boards in the community. He is married and the father of two children.  Follow Gregg:  LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregg-lunceford-phd-cfp%C2%AE-3aa83a15/ Twitter:  https://twitter.com/GreggLunceford Book: https://www.amazon.com/EXIT-WORK-What-Will-Look/dp/1944027394/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Official Heart-repreneur® Site:  https://heartrepreneur.com

Crackers and Grape Juice
Episode 319: Jonathan Tan + Ruben Rosario Rodriguez - Making Sense of Minority Christian Voting Trends

Crackers and Grape Juice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 73:31


You likely have heard that The Former Guy increased his share of the Hispanic vote in the 2020 Presidential election, but have you heard that this was also true for Asian Americans too? Ditto immigrants from the Middle East. Why did immigrants and people of color vote for a candidate who routinely disparaged immigrants and people of color? And what does it have to do with the fact that a large proportion of all of these groups are Christian?Ruben Rosario and Jonathan Tan join the podcast to talk about their recent article in Political Theology, “Making Sense of Minority Christian Voting Trends: Complicating the Liberal/Conservative Binary.” You can find the article here: https://politicaltheology.com/symposium/making-sense-of-minority-christian-voting-trends-complicating-the-liberal-conservative-binary/ Rubén Rosario Rodríguez is Professor of Systematic Theology in the Department of Theological Studies at Saint Louis University. His teaching and research interests range from comparative religious ethics, to theological anthropology, to liberation/political theologies; his most recent publications include Christian Martyrdom and Political Violence (Cambridge University Press, 2017) and Dogmatics After Babel (Westminster John Knox Press, 2018), and he is editor of the T&T Clark Handbook of Political Theology (Bloomsbury/T&T Clark, 2019). Jonathan Y. Tan is The Archbishop Paul J. Hallinan Professor of Catholic Studies at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Tan is the author of Introducing Asian American Studies (Orbis Books, 2008) and Christian Mission among the Peoples of Asia (Orbis Books, 2014). His numerous essays and book chapters encompass topics and issues in Asian and Asian American Catholicism, Asian and Asian American Christianity, World Christianity, Interreligious Studies, Liturgical Studies, Migration Studies, Mission Studies, and Chinese religions.

The Intentional Greatness Podcast
Influencing Positive Change, with Jon Berghoff

The Intentional Greatness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 83:29


In this time of accelerated change and complexity, companies and communities need change agents to help unlock collective wisdom – and they need it NOW. This new breed of leaders, coaches, experts, and guides are the ones that know how to design human interactions that create psychological safety, accelerate widespread learning, and bring out whole new possibilities in teams and communities. As the founder of the XCHANGE Approach, now used by hundreds of change agents globally, Jon Berghoff focuses on the art of question design, the science of engineering conversations, and the change that is possible at speed and scale using the XCHANGE Approach. When COVID hit, industry-leading companies and communities utilized XCHANGE (all remote & digital) to solve unprecedented problems, reimagine a new future, and create new ways of working together. This explosion of demand for online facilitation has driven XCHANGE revenues up 40% above 2019. As a former executive for Vitamix – where revenue grew by 400% in 4 years – and an adjunct teacher at Case Western Reserve University's globally ranked Weatherhead School of Management, Jon's refreshing approach combines scientific research and real experience for one of the most relevant conversations today. What you'll learn about in this episode: How to awaken conscious leadership inside of yourself Why the willingness to experiment and take risks is key to surviving ups and downs The four tenets of conscious capitalism How mindfulness is a specific tool to help you be less reactive Why it's important to take a pause when you are under stress The three fundamental attention skills The three sensory modalities through which all of life is lived What sensory clarity is and how you can achieve it Why unified mindfulness is different than anything else What trauma really means, and how to be an empathetic witness Resources: Join the free XCHANGE Awakening Conscious Leadership workshop. During this experiential workshop, you are going to find out how to move from a state of reactivity into one of creativity, discover the neuroscience-based frames for becoming more mindful, experience a process for becoming more aware, learn how to transform stress into an energy source to meet your greatest challenges. https://xchangeapproach.com/IGACL101  Website: https://xchangeapproach.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonberghoff/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/xchange-approach Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/XChangeGuide/ Post-Pandemic Trauma Jon Berghoff is the founder of the XCHANGE Approach. His company helps facilitate meaningful dialogue and change at an accelerated pace. Jon is a three-time guest on the Intentional Greatness podcast, and he is back again to share his wealth of knowledge on the practice of mindfulness. In this episode, Jon and Sue discuss trauma and what is happening in the world post-pandemic. Jon takes us on a tour of our senses and shares how this practice can help you become less reactive to stressful events. Becoming Adaptive Jon shared a great sentiment from an interview with the founders of Google saying, “what matters most to us is our evolutionary advantage. We talked about what that means over time. So it's not our competitive advantage right now. It's our ability to adapt to change our evolutionary advantage over time. That's what matters most to us.” Jon continues on to describe the importance of being adaptive to stress, rather than reactive. Sensory Tour Jon takes us on a tour of our senses, by leading us to take note of what we see, feel, and hear without passing judgment on our thoughts or feelings. He explains what a pivotal tool mindfulness is to become less reactive. Jon also explains that the unique advantage of this specific practice is that you don't need to do anything other than take note of your senses. Come on a sensory tour with us during this episode of the Intentional Greatness podcast.

New Left Radio
Politics Full Circle - Interview w/ Dennis Kucinich

New Left Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 34:08


Fan of the show? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon)! Dennis Kucinich's career has been the epitome of the unexpected. Beginning with his election as mayor of Cleveland in 1977 at the age of 31 and dubbed ‘the Boy Mayor,' Kucinich has had a long career that has taken him fro the halls of power to the grips of poverty and back again, from the halls of Congress to the campaign trail for president and governor, and now back to where it all began in a campaign for mayor of Cleveland. We sit down with Dennis to discuss his career, his roots, his new book, and how he manages to stay grounded in fighting for what he believes against all odds and in the face of attacks from everyone from mafia hit men to the general public. Links https://kucinich.com/ (Dennis Kucinich for Mayor) https://www.news5cleveland.com/news/political/elections-local/poll-shows-kucinich-ahead-in-cleveland-mayoral-primary-voters-are-engaged-ready-for-change (Cleveland's abc 5 Coverage of the campaign) https://www.salon.com/2021/07/23/the-saga-of-dennis-kucinich-when-one-man-stood-up-to-corporate-power--in-1970s-cleveland/ (The saga of Dennis Kucinich: When one man stood up to corporate power) - review at salon.com https://bookshop.org/books/the-division-of-light-and-power/9781638772347 (The Division of Light & Power) - Get the book Dennis' Bio from kucinich.com Dennis Kucinich's roots are in Cleveland, and his priorities have always been for the love and betterment of a city that gave him a life he never thought possible. His father was a truck driver, his mother a homemaker, and Dennis led as the eldest of seven siblings in a household that knew the struggle not uncommon to the average Clevelander today. Even today, Dennis can hear the meager pennies clinking across the kitchen table and the muffled voices of his parents toiling over the next month's rent. Having lived in seventeen different locations in Cleveland, even living out of the family car, Dennis intimately understands the experience of poverty too many citizens of Cleveland live through today. Dennis worked many jobs to finance his way through college. Dennis earned his Bachelor's Degree and Master's Degree at Case Western Reserve University with hard work and determination. Elected to Cleveland City Council in 1969 and then elected Mayor in 1977, Dennis was known as “The Boy Mayor '' and the youngest person elected mayor of a large city in the United States. In his time as Mayor, Dennis fought against corruption, corporate interests, and assassination attempts to deliver the rights, needs, and expectations that residents deserved.  Despite his commitment to the people, he was cast out by the banks and corporate interests in the 1979 election. Years later, Cleveland City Council would recognize Dennis for his work as Mayor and how he fought to keep Muny Light, now known as Cleveland Public Power, in the hands of the people of Cleveland, saving the city over 195 million dollars in taxes, utility rates, and preserved hundreds of local union jobs. Leaving public life for a time, Dennis went on a spiritual journey to rediscover himself and grow from his time as mayor. In 1996 Dennis was given a chance to serve the people once again when he was elected to the U.S House of Representatives for Ohio's 10th Congressional District, where he served for 16 years, bringing his people-first policies front and center in the halls of Congress. Then, in 2004 and 2008, taking those same policies on the campaign trail in the race for President of the United States. He championed many of the beliefs that encompass some of the most popular policies today on those campaigns. Now, all these years later, Dennis is returning to where his life of public service began. He has answered the call because he sees the city he loves struggling with many of the same issues that it has always faced.  Cleveland, like many... Support this podcast

Midnight Train Podcast
Haunted Rock Venues

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 119:05


BECOME A PRODUCER! http://www.patreon.com/themidnighttrainpodcast   Find The Midnight Train Podcast: www.themidnighttrainpodcast.com www.facebook.com/themidnighttrainpodcast www.twitter.com/themidnighttrainpc www.instagram.com/themidnighttrainpodcast www.discord.com/themidnighttrainpodcast www.tiktok.com/themidnighttrainp   And wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.   Subscribe to our official YouTube channel: OUR YOUTUBE   Support our sponsors www.themidnighttraintrainpodcast.com/sponsors   Ep. 112 Haunted Venues   On today's episode we're going on tour!!! That's right Moody and myself are heading back out on the road and this time we're bringing Logan to carry our shit instead of us lugging everyone else's shit! Why are we heading out on tour you ask? Well it's because we are doing a tour of haunted music and theater venues throughout the world! This is an episode we've been wanting to do for a while especially because we've been to quite a few of these places! There's even one in our home town! Like we have at that certain Cleveland venue, we're sure some of our listeners have spent a ton of their time at some of the venues on the list. This is gonna be a fun one for us so hopefully you guys love it too! First up we've got a big one that will be on every list of haunted venues. The House Of Blues in Chicago. So the history of the building took a bit to find because every search for the house of blues in any city comes up with the main house of blues page but with a little digging we found some info on the building's history. The House of Blues is part of a complex called The Marina City complex. The Marina complex is also known as the Corn cob apparently, and looking at it… You can see why. If you're listening in Chicago and are like "what the fuck, nobody calls it that", will remember our mantra.. Don't blame us, blame the internet… Although we did find that reference in a couple spots. The Marina is a mix of residential condos and commercial buildings built between 1961-1968. The complex consists of two 587-foot, 65-story apartment towers, a 10-story office building which is now a hotel, and a saddle-shaped auditorium building originally used as a cinema. When finished, the two towers were both the tallest residential buildings and the tallest reinforced concrete structures in the world. The complex was built as a "city within a city", featuring numerous on-site facilities including a theater, gym, swimming pool, ice rink, bowling alley, stores, restaurants, and, of course, a marina. WLS-TV (ABC Channel 7) transmitted from an antenna atop Marina City until the Willis Tower (formerly known as Sears Tower) was completed. Marina City was the first post-war urban high-rise residential complex in the United States and is widely credited with beginning the residential renaissance of American inner cities. These days the complex is home to the Hotel Chicago, 10pin bowling lounge, and several restaurants including… You fucking guessed it... Dick's Last Resort bitches!!! Oh and also the complex is home to the house of blues. The house of blues was built in the shell of the cinema which was out of use for quite some time. The story is that the hob is haunted by the spirit of a little girl that died due to an illness. There are many reports of weird things happening. The most circulated story seems to be that of a little boy who was playing with some of his toys toys. As he was playing he stepped away for a moment and when he came back he saw a little girl playing with his toys. She asked him if he'd like to play with her. FUCK THAT SHIT!!!! The little boy screamed and the girl vanished. Oddly enough, I did find a comment on one website from a man named Skyler seeming to corroborate this story. The comment reads as follows:              " This can not be… no way… I have performed there 2 times. once was in 2013, and there was a boy in the back playing with his cars. a few minutes after he screamed and started to cry. I was feeling bad,, but this can't be him… also know that in 2015 in march i had another performance and all the lights turned off. This is too creepy."   Was this the same boy that the story is referring too? Who knows. We also found several comments from people staying in what we assume is the hotel Chicago as it's in the complex and pretty much right next to the house of blues. There's comment also claim the hotel is haunted. One of the claims says this:            "It's haunted!!! I saw a middle aged/older woman (dressed in clothing from a period long ago) in my room when I stayed there in 1999/2000. I woke in the early morning to see a woman staring at me. I went through a rational thought process of it being my female business colleague (who stayed in a separate room) and I thought, oh well she can sleep in the other bed (it was a double room & I was in the bed furthest away from the front door) and then quickly snapped out of it and said to myself she has her own room why would she be in my room, I opened my eyes again and that's when I could see it was a woman clearly (w/ angry face) staring at me. I then thought this is a stranger/intruder in my room – I laid there with my eyes just open enough to see – she was there staring at me & she still didn't look happy. I laid there thinking of what to do – I decided I was going to reach and turn the light on and then charge her or run after her when she ran for the door (fortunately, there was a switch right next to the bed). HOWEVER, when I reached for the light and turned it on she was gone. This is what makes this story interesting — I called the front desk and simply asked, ‘had anything significant ever happened at the site of the hotel' (b/c as the person above points out, its not an old or historic looking building (e.g. PreWar). I asked another question that any tourist could have just asked (I don't recall what it was right now). She said immediatley, “No, why did you see a ghost?” My response was, yea, I saw a ghost, I'm in my twenties and not some nut job.” I asked if anyone else had ever reported seeing a ghost and she said, “No.” Anyway, when I met up with my colleague, she could tell I was shaken up and I was pretty pale (like “I had seen a host.”). My story has never changed in all this time. I did stay at the hotel 1 other time after (not in the same room) & didn't see anything – but I slept with the bathroom light on… Scary & Cool experience for sure!"   Sounds spooky!    Next on our list of haunted venues we are heading to Milwaukee! Which is actually pronounced meely waukay, which is Algonquin for the good land. Now the Rave is amazing for several reasons: first it's the location of one of Moody's favorite tour stories which also involves Jon and our friend Brad from Voudoux.  2: it's huge and creepy as shit. 3: the pool... The Rave/Eagles Club is a 180,000 square foot, seven-level, live entertainment complex in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The building contains eight independent clubs with capacities ranging from 400 to 3500. The Eagles Ballroom is the building's showpiece, featuring a 25,000 square feet (2,300 m2) oval wooden dance floor, originally installed when the building was constructed, in addition to a large, old-fashioned domed ceiling and a stage on one side. Originally a ballroom, it has hosted everything from boxing matches to concerts to ethnic dances. The ballroom head hosted huge acts ranging from Bob Dylan to Green day, from the grateful dead to slayer and of course none other than Lil Pump.    Along with the eagles ballroom, the building houses the Rave hall, The eagles hall, the Rave bar, The Rave craft beer lounge, The penthouse lounge, and the eagles club.  Since its construction in 1926, the Eagles Club has known several incarnations. Prominently among them, it housed the Fraternal Order of the Eagles, a notable organization whose considerable impacts on America's cultural landscape remain in effect today.   In 1939, the idea of using the building for music presentations took hold, reinventing its purpose. The grand ballroom became a popular venue for big band music, such as band leaders Guy Lombardo and Glen Miller and their orchestras. Soon, other types of music, theatre and performing arts also offered shows and concerts in the large, elegant ballroom; from 1939 through the mid-sixties. Comedians like Bob Hope and Red Skeleton did stand-up comedy. In 1959, people who bought a $1.50 ticket to the Winter Dance Party, were treated to the music of Buddy Holly and the Crickets, Big Bopper, Dion and the Belmonts, and Richie Valens. This would be the last show for buddy Holly before he died. In 1964, The Eagles Club had its first rock concert, with the Dave Clark Five performing on the ballroom stage. The 1970s brought even more famous groups and people, such as Eric Clapton, Crosby, Stills and Nash and other rising rock stars.When the Athletic Club was closed, a homeless men's shelter opened up temporarily in the basement area, providing shelter for the destitute which is life-saving during the freezing winter months. By the late 1980s, The Eagles Club was in a state of disrepair and The Eagle Club put it out on the real estate market, after getting it listed on The National Register of Historic Places, in 1986.  In late 1992, the Eagles Club was rescued when it was bought by Wauwatosa businessman Anthony J. Balestrieri and his wife, Marjorie, who performed in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. They began the long process of restoring the historic beauty of the elegant ballroom and interior art, as well as the outside facade. They also restored and renovated other areas turning the building into the multi venue building it is today.    We wanted to include this history because: A. We love the history of places like this and B. It shows how many things this building way used for and how many people have passed through the building. We all know where there tons of history there tends to be ghost stories!    Let's get into the spooky shit! Remember the pool we mentioned earlier… Well at one point a 17 year old boy had a fucking heart attack and died in the pool. Later, at least two more children would die in the pool. This would ultimately cause the closure of the athletic club.  Also the man who ran the homeless shelter was said to be extremely cruel and abusive to the men staying there.    The basement area which is the home of the former men's shelter, is one of the more haunted areas. The shelter manager mentioned earlier is thought to be the reason behind the heavy negative energy felt there. Cold spots are often felt by staff in the late hours after closing. Shadow people have often been reported by staff as well as band members packing up after a show.    Next is the pool area, which we've seen and it's fucking creepy. A little girl is said to roam around the area. People have heard her laughter and have said her presence can bring a sense of dread. Staff have said they have heard shuffling footsteps and have smelled a strong odor of bleach in the pool area.    In the boiler room under the pool, a former employee still hangs and he doesn't like people in his area. "Jack" was once recorded telling a group on a ghost hunt to "get out, get out now" Apparently, you can find a video of this on YouTube, we'll try and find it to post on our page.   The ballroom has had its share of apparitions hanging around during sound checks and after shows when everyone has left. An employee told a story of when he was standing on the floor of The Eagles Ballroom, making sure that the people going to the roof patio didn't “get lost” and go into the Eagles Ballroom by design.  He said that one of his fellow workers had seen what they thought was a man, standing in one of the second floor boxes located above the Eagles Ballroom. He called security and when they approached this person, he ran down the aisle but disappeared before the staff person that was behind him and the security person cutting off his escape could try to grab him.    One other common theme is people hearing either happy laughing children or sad crying children. Some staff have stated they've seen entities of children playing in groups.    We've been here.. This place is awesome. Also another fun tidbit… not to far away from the Rave is the ambassador hotel. Which of you're up on your serial killers, you know is the place where Jeffrey Dahmer killed his first victim in Milwaukee. Steven Tuomi was Jeffrey Dahmer's first victim in Milwaukee. Dahmer met Tuomi in September of 1987. At the time, Dahmer was out on probation after molestation charges of a minor. The two men spent the night together drinking heavily and visiting multiple bars. Later that night, they ended up in a room together in the Ambassador, room 507, which is a room some Dahmer historians have requested to stay in. Dahmer killed Toumi while he was in a drunken stupor. Upon waking up to find Tuomi dead, Dahmer put the body in a suitcase and took it to his grandmother's house where he was living. In the basement, he acted out necrophiliac desires and then dismembered the body. Supposedly when Dahmer awoke to find Tuomi dead, the body was in an awkward position hanging off the side of the bed. Some visitors have reported instances of waking up to discover their partner in a similarly awkward position.   Visitors to room 507 have reported a variety of experiences, such as a heaviness to the room that they can't quite explain. Some people get woken up in the middle of the night by odd circumstances. There's an extra little bit for ya!!!   Info on the Hauntings and most of the historical facts on the Rave was taken from an excellent article on hauntedhouses.com   Next up we're gonna head across the pond, so to speak. We're heading to London and the famous Royal Albert Hall! This place has a long and rich history behind it. The Royal Albert Hall was built on what was once the Gore estate, at the centre of which stood Gore House. The three acre estate was occupied by political reformer William Wilberforce between 1808-1828 and subsequently occupied between 1836-1849 by the Countess of Blessington and Count D'Orsay.   After the couple left for Paris in May 1851, the house was opened as the ‘Universal Symposium of All Nations', a restaurant run by the first celebrity chef, Alexis Soyer, who planned to cater for the Great Exhibition in Hyde Park.   After the exhibition and following the advice of Prince Albert, Gore House and its grounds were bought by the Exhibition's Royal Commission to create the cultural quarter known as Albertopolis. A complex of public Victorian buildings were developed to house exhibits from the Great Exhibition and to further the study of art, science and industry. On May 20, 1867 7,000 people gathered under a purpose-built marquee to watch Queen Victoria lay the Hall's red Aberdeen granite foundation stone, which today can be found underneath K stalls, row 11, seat 87 in the main auditorium. The Queen announced that “It is my wish that this Hall should bear his name to whom it will have owed its existence and be called The Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences”, as a 21 gun salute was heard from Hyde Park and a trumpet fanfare from HM Life Guards sounded. By December 1870 construction of the Hall had moved on so much that HM Queen Victoria and her daughter Princess Beatrice visited the Hall to listen to the acoustics.   Almost three months later, on 25 February 1871, the Hall's first concert was held to an audience for 7,000 people comprising the workmen and their families, various officials and the invited public. Amateur orchestra, The Wandering Minstrels, played to test the acoustics from all areas of the auditorium.    This place has been running as a venue for 150 years! Again… History breeds ghosts and Hauntings! There's so much history in this building that we are not going to be able to include but please check out the official website for the royal Albert Hall to really drive into the history of this place. You won't be sorry you did. We gave you the beginnings to show how long this place has been around. We're gonna get right into the spooky shit though!    On 13 July 1930 the Spiritualist Association rented the Royal Albert Hall for a seance for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, following the death of the Sherlock author on 7 July.   Conan Doyle was a spiritualist and believed in the existence beyond the grave. Upon his death 10,000 people gathered expectantly in the Hall to watch a medium take to the stage, hoping to witness some supernatural activity and hear a message from Conan Doyle from the other side…          Lady Doyle: “Although I have not spoken to Arthur since he passed, I am certain that in his own time and his own way he will send a message to us” Time Magazine, 21 July 1930   Lady Conan Doyle took to the stage alongside members of his family, with a vacant chair on her right reserved for her late husband.Time Magazine, who attended the seance, reports:   ‘Mrs. Estelle Roberts, clairvoyant, took the stage. She declared five spirits were “pushing” her. She cried out their messages. Persons in the audience confirmed their validity. Suddenly Mrs. Roberts looked at Sir Arthur's empty chair, cried: “He is here.” Lady Doyle stood up. The clairvoyant's eyes moved as though accompanying a person who was approaching her. “He is wearing evening clothes,” she murmured. She inclined her head to listen. A silent moment. Her head jerked up. She stared at Lady Doyle, shivered, ran to the widow, whispered. Persons nearby could hear: “Sir Arthur told me that one of you went into the hut [on the Doyle estate] this morning. Is that correct?” Lady Doyle, faltering: “Why, yes.” She beamed. Her eyes opened widely. The clairvoyant to Lady Doyle: “The message is this. Tell Mary [eldest daughter]…' Time Magazine, 21 July 1930   At this the audience rose in a clamor, and the great organ of the Hall began to peal, the noise drowning out the answer of Mrs Roberts.   But what was the message delivered to Lady Doyle that night? Did the ghost of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle really visit the Royal Albert Hall on that night in 1930?   Seances are always fun and definitely work as we found out...yea...right….   Here's some more stories taken straight from the RAH website!   THE GIRLS Beneath the Door 6 foyer, in the carpeted basement area, there is one spot where two young women, known as ‘the girls', briefly appear each  November 2nd a little before 2am, when the building is almost deserted, except for some security staff.   Over the years, several staff members reported hearing ‘the girls' laughing, and seeing their animated and excited silhouettes appear, clothed in the fashion of slightly risqué Victorian ladies (extravagant long dark dresses embellished with lace from neck to bodice, with many ruffles, especially around the sleeves and hem, and their hair styled in cottage-loaf buns with ringlets hanging over their ears). The Duty Security Incident Book indicates that there had been appearances by ‘the girls' for the three years prior to 1991. They have been seen passing across the foyer space, which is bounded by double doors at each end, leading on one side to the staff canteen (where we still eat today) and on the other to the kitchen corridor, and then disappear. That is why some believe that ‘the girls' may be responsible for unexplained accidents, tappings and footsteps that occur behind locked doors late at night in the kitchens. Assistants Chefs, who have to clean the kitchen every night after use, often used to hear noises and have been frightened whilst in that area.    FATHER WILLIS Whenever restoration work is carried out on our organ, its original constructor Henry Willis, fondly nicknamed ‘Father Willis', returns as a stooped ghost wearing a black skull cap. When the organ was being reconstructed in 1924, workmen saw a little old man walk down the stairs late one afternoon. On returning to their workshop and relating the facts, their foreman asked what the man was wearing. When told that he was donning a black skull cap, the foreman decided it was the ghost of Father Willis, the original builder of the organ, long since dead, who would not approve of the alterations being undertaken. Since then there have been many reports of a sudden cold atmosphere in the area behind the organ.   When interviewed in 2018, Michael Broadway, the Hall's organ custodian was asked if he had ever seen signs of the legendary ghost of Henry Willis. He answered: “I remember the organ builder Clifford Hyatt telling me about this over forty years ago. The tuner […] was making the final visit of the Willis contract before the Harrison & Harrison rebuild in the 1920s. When he got up on to the Great passage board he saw Father Willis there saying ‘They shan't take my organ from me'. A lovely story, but I haven't seen him. There are many questions I would ask him and hopefully have his approval of the way I look after this instrument. Perhaps he has no reason to be disturbed.”    THE MAN IN WHITE During a Jasper Carrott comedy event in May 1990, the Duty Manager was ordered to clear the Middle Choir seats and to post a Steward at either end to avoid anyone entering as it is very distracting for a performer to have people walking across the back of the stage during the show. That's why a very angry Stage Manager demanded on radio to know why there was someone crossing the stage. The description was of a man dressed in white, walking oddly as if on drugs. The Stewards insisted no one had passed them and on further investigation no one except Jasper Carrott was onstage, but several people had seen the figure cross the stage from left to right.   THE VICTORIAN COUPLE A staff member during the 2000s reported having seen a couple in Victorian clothing walk across the second tier near to Door Six and vanish into a box. As a venue whose history is so closely tied to the Victorian times, this didn't seem particularly odd (people dress up sometimes…)   But in 2011, a Head Steward was finishing off his shift one evening and had made sure that all members of the public had left the second tier. On going downstairs into the auditorium, he noticed a couple sitting in the box so he returned to the second tier but found no one in the box. He assumed they had left while he was on his way back, so once again he returned to the auditorium… Only to see them again. So he went back to the second tier, and that's when he heard the couple chattering. He assumed they were in the box but on opening the door, there was no one there.   There are several more accounts on their website and tons and tons of stories all over the web about experiences at the historical venue. It sounds like it's one crazy place!!!   We've got a couple more for you guys.                Next up is another club we've been too, the Masquerade in Atlanta. The Masquerade features three indoor venues with capacities ranging from 300 to 1000, appropriately named Heaven, Hell and Purgatory.  The Masquerade was founded in 1988 at the historic DuPre Excelsior Mill, a former excelsior mill at 695 North Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. The venue had both indoor and outdoor concert space. It was sold in 2006 and moved in late November 2016 after it was made part of a new mixed-use development called North + Line. The building was designated as historic by the city and all of the original parts will be saved through adaptive reuse. The masquerade had hosted tons of national and local acts from cannibal corpse to the greatest entertainer in history, Weird Al Yankovic.     This night club is said to be visited by the spirits who died in fire and tuberculosis outbreaks long ago, both of which killed several members of the building's former staff. Apparitions have been seen and unexplained footsteps have been reported.One popular story is that of a large and tall black man who is always seen walking around the nightclub. The staff believes that it is this man who turns the musical amplifiers every night.   The staff has also reported hearing footsteps from unidentified sources, as well as cold spots all throughout the building. Horrifying screams can also be heard coming from the back of the stairs even when there is no one there. They believe that the screams come from the young woman who died in a freakish accident in the nightclub. Nowadays, there are rumors that real vampires come to the nightclub and even live there.  Some people believe that this rumor has been spread to promote business as vampires have suddenly become very popular.   Next up were heading to Nashville and a place the Moody had been to, but not for music, for the national beard and mustache competition. He did not place unfortunately. The auditorium opened as the Union Gospel Tabernacle in 1892. Its construction was spearheaded by Thomas Ryman, a Nashville businessman who owned several saloons and a fleet of riverboats.When Ryman died in 1904, his memorial service was held at the tabernacle. During the service, it was proposed the building be renamed Ryman Auditorium, which was met with the overwhelming approval of the attendees. The building was originally designed to contain a balcony, but a lack of funds delayed its completion. The balcony was eventually built and opened in time for the 1897 gathering of the United Confederate Veterans, with funds provided by members of the group. As a result, the balcony was once called the Confederate Gallery.[5] Upon the completion of the balcony, the Ryman's capacity rose to 6,000. A stage was added in 1901 that reduced the capacity to just over 3,000. Though the building was designed to be a house of worship – a purpose it continued to serve throughout most of its early existence – it was often leased to promoters for nonreligious events in an effort to pay off its debts and remain open. In 1904, Lula C. Naff, a widow and mother who was working as a stenographer, began to book and promote speaking engagements, concerts, boxing matches, and other attractions at the Ryman in her free time.  Naff gained a reputation for battling local censorship groups, who had threatened to ban various performances deemed too risqué. In 1939, Naff won a landmark lawsuit against the Nashville Board of Censors, which was planning to arrest the star of the play Tobacco Road due to its provocative nature. The court declared the law creating the censors to be invalid W.C. Fields, Will Rogers in 1925, Charlie Chaplin, Bob Hope with Doris Day in '49, Harry Houdini in '24, and John Philip Sousa (among others) performed at the venue over the years, earning the Ryman the nickname, "The Carnegie Hall of the South". The Ryman in its early years also hosted Marian Anderson in 1932, Bill Monroe (from KY) and the Bluegrass Boys in '45, Little Jimmy Dickens in '48, Hank Williams in '49, The Carter Sisters with Mother Maybelle Carter in 1950, Elvis in '54, Johnny Cash in '56, trumpeter Louis Armstrong in '57, Patsy Cline in '60, Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs (bluegrass) in '64, and Minnie Pearl in '64. The Grand Ole Opry was first broadcast from the Ryman on June 5, 1943, and originated there every week for nearly 31 years thereafter. Every show sold out, and hundreds of fans were often turned away. During its tenure at Ryman Auditorium, the Opry hosted the biggest country music stars of the day and became a show known around the world. Melding its then-current usage with the building's origins as a house of worship, the Ryman got the nickname "The Mother Church of Country Music", which it still holds to this day. The last Opry show at the Ryman occurred the previous evening, on Friday, March 15. The final shows downtown were emotional. Sarah Cannon, performing as Minnie Pearl, broke character and cried on stage. When the plans for Opryland USA were announced, WSM president Irving Waugh also revealed the company's intent to demolish the Ryman and use its materials to construct a chapel called "The Little Church of Opryland" at the amusement park. Waugh brought in a consultant to evaluate the building, noted theatrical producer Jo Mielziner, who had staged a production at the Ryman in 1935. He concluded that the Ryman was "full of bad workmanship and contains nothing of value as a theater worth restoring." Mielziner suggested the auditorium be razed and replaced with a modern theater. Waugh's plans were met with resounding resistance from the public, including many influential musicians of the time. Members of historic preservation groups argued that WSM, Inc. (and Acuff, by proxy) exaggerated the Ryman's poor condition, saying the company was worried that attachment to the old building would hurt business at the new Opry House. Preservationists leaned on the building's religious history and gained traction for their case as a result. The outcry led to the building being added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Following the departure of the Opry, the Ryman sat mostly vacant and deteriorating for nearly 20 years, as the neighborhood surrounding it continued to see the increasing effects of urban decay.  In 1986, as part of the Grand Ole Opry 60th-anniversary celebration, CBS aired a special program that featured some of the Opry's legendary stars performing at the Ryman. While the auditorium was dormant, major motion pictures continued to be filmed on location there, including John Carpenter's Elvis (1979), Coal Miner's Daughter (1980 – Loretta Lynn Oscar-winning biopic), Sweet Dreams (1985 – story of Patsy Cline), and Clint Eastwood's Honkytonk Man (1982). A 1979 television special, Dolly & Carol in Nashville, included a segment featuring Dolly Parton performing a gospel medley on the Ryman stage. In 1989, Gaylord Entertainment began work to beautify the Ryman's exterior. The structure of the building was also improved, as the company installed a new roof, replaced broken windows, and repaired broken bricks and wood. In October 1992, executives of Gaylord Entertainment announced plans to renovate the entire building and expand it to create modern amenities for performers and audiences alike, as part of a larger initiative to invest in the city's efforts to revitalize the downtown area. The first performance at the newly renovated Ryman was a broadcast of Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion on June 4, 1994. Beginning in November 1999, the Opry was held at Ryman Auditorium for three months, mostly due to the success of the January shows, but partly due to the ongoing construction of Opry Mills shopping mall next door to the Grand Ole Opry House. The Opry has returned to the Ryman for all of its November, December, and January shows every year since then, allowing the production to acknowledge its roots while also taking advantage of a smaller venue during the off-peak season for tourism and freeing the Grand Ole Opry House for special holiday presentations.The Ryman has also served as a gathering place for the memorial services of many prominent country music figures. Tammy Wynette, Chet Atkins, Skeeter Davis, Harlan Howard, Bill Monroe, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Billy Block, George Hamilton IV, Earl Scruggs, and Jim Ed Brown have all been memorialized from the Ryman stage. In 2018, the Ryman was named the most iconic structure in Tennessee by Architectural Digest. And just because….On June 9, 2019, Wu-Tang Clan performed the first pure rap concert ever at the Ryman. The concert was sold out.   Again, we like to give history on these places for context and honestly it's just interesting to us so whatever. But this again illustrates the point that many crazy things happened here over the years as many many people have passed through this auditorium… Including Moody.   Ok, so let's get to the ghosts and spooky shit. Ryman's spirit was fine with most performances but would rise if the people onstage were getting a bit risqué. Apparently, he disrupted shows by stomping around the room so loudly that spectators were forced to leave. Famously, the ghost wreaked havoc while the opera Carmen was taking place. Probably because it tells the story of a gypsy temptress.    During the grand ole Opry period, rumors surfaced that the venue was cursed since apparently, most singers that performed there wound up dead. A total of 37 people met their fate in the most gruesome ways, dying from O.D.s, car accidents, fires, or slaughterings. Among the artists believed to have succumbed to the curse are: Stringbean Akeman, Patsy Cline, Texas Ruby, and many more. In a blog post by Virginia Lamkin titled Haunted Ryman Auditorium, the author explains that when the show relocated to the Opryland USA theme park, 14 additional acts died. It is believed that the curse followed because a large portion of the Ryman Auditorium stage was cut out and brought to the new location.   The spirit often referred to as “The Grey Man,” is believed to have been one of the Confederate soldiers who frequented the auditorium during post-war gatherings. Some say they've witnessed him sitting in the balcony while artists rehearse. He watches the stage steadily but disappears as soon as anyone gets too close.   ”The lady,” on the other hand, isn't a spectator; she's a performer. Believed to be the ghost of Patsy Cline, she has been heard singing by staff. Usually, her performance happens late at night as they prepare to close. Patsy Cline, who died tragically in a plane crash, has also been linked to the Opry Curse. Could the curse not only kill but also trap artists in the venue?   Speaking of Opry Curse victims, Hank Williams is said to have been another casualty. The successful singer/songwriter passed away in 1953, after mixing prescription drugs with alcohol. Similar to the other artists haunting the auditorium, Hank's voice has been heard clear as day by employees. They have also heard his songs being played onstage, without explanation. Along with Patsy, Hank Williams' soul has lingered in the old venue ever since he passed.   The info on the history of the ryman comes mostly from their own website while the stories of the hauntings we found on the website ghostcitytours.com   Next up is the Phoenix theater in Petaluma California. The club has been in existence since 1905 and has changed in both structure and purpose, mostly due to severe damage caused by several fires. Petaluma's Phoenix Theater has been entertaining Sonoma County residents for over 116 years. Hosting everyone from the likes of Harry Houdini to Green Day, the fabled teen center and music venue has a varied and interesting history.   The entertainment center opened in 1904 as the Hill Opera House. The structure was designed by San Francisco architect Charles Havens, who also designed Petaluma's Carlson-Currier Silk Mill in 1892. The Beaux Arts-style theater hosted operas, theatrical performances, high school graduations and music for over 15 years until the early 1920s when it was gutted by fire.   In 1925, the venue reopened as the California Theatre playing silent films accompanied by music. A Jan. 24, 1925, Press Democrat article proclaimed the showplace the “largest playhouse in Petaluma and one of the finest theaters of Northern California.” A packed house attended the opening night performance which include a double feature picture show and live entertainment.   The theater switched to movies with sound in later years and lost major sections of its roof to a second fire in 1957. Petaluma's Tocchini family bought the floundering venue in 1967 switching to a program of live music and entertainment.   In 1983, the theater was renamed the Phoenix - reflecting its ability to be reborn from the ashes. Tom Gaffey, a young man who had grown up in Petaluma and worked at both the California and the Showcase theaters, was hired as manager, a position he holds to this day. The theater gained unwanted attention after a late-night performance by the band Popsicle Love Sponge performed a questionable act with the body of what was believed to be a dead chicken. The late-night shows ended, but the movies continued for a short time.   Today the venue serves as a graffiti-covered teen center and venue for rock, punk, reggae and more. In 1996, it hosted the last show of the Long Beach ska band Sublime as well as rock and punk legends the Ramones, Red Hot Chili Peppers, X, Metallica and Primus. The guiding principle of the Phoenix has always been that it's "everyone's building" and this was formalized in the early 2000's when the Phoenix became a 501(c)3 nonprofit  community center.   This place sounds pretty awesome. This following except it's taken directly from their website :               The Phoenix Theater is open seven days a week, generally from 3pm to 7pm, for drop-in “unstructured” use. Our building interior is large and soulful, with several rooms to accommodate a variety of activities. On a typical afternoon, you'll find kids playing acoustic music (we've got two pianos and a big stage), skateboarding (across the large wooden floor and up one of four quarter-pipe ramps), doing homework in the tutoring room, or sitting in one of the overstuffed sofas: reading, talking with friends, or napping. There's always a staff member onsite, but the atmosphere is casual.    On top of this they have free music programs from lessons to recording to production to podcasting to band management and everything in between. Also they have many programs for teens in the art community to hone their skills. Not only that they have a teen health center to help inform teens and help them make better, more  conscientious choices regarding their personal health. They also have services for  transitive health and STD help as well. We feel like every town needs a place like this. Especially if it's haunted!!! Speaking of which we found an interview that Gaffney did where he talks about some of his experiences and other things that have happened. The following was taken from petaluma360.com:   Gaffey began by talking about his earliest days. “It was my job to close the theater down. By 10:15 it would just be me, and whatever people were watching the movie. Near the end, I'd go up to the projection booth. After the audience exited, I'd turn off the projector, come down onto the stage where the sound equipment was, turn off the amps, check doors, balcony, bathrooms, lock the doors, hit the security alarm, then go out the door by the box office.”   On three separate nights, as he was leaving, the box office phone rang.   Gaffey explained the building had five phone stations. The light on the box office phone indicated the call was from the projection booth.   “I'd have to turn off the alarm and pick up the phone. ‘Hello? Hello? Hello?' But there was nobody there.   “You can't believe in ghosts when you're shutting down a theater. You have to check.   “Three times I mustered my courage, turned the lights back on and burst into the projection booth. There was no one there.   “That was my first experience, when I was an unknown here, a spooky ‘welcome back.'”   Gaffey is quick to temper his conversation with “it could have been” and “maybe someone playing pranks.” He keeps an open mind. Ghosts or explainable experiences: it's for the individual to decide.   “Blue lights have been seen floating through the building. There's the Little Kid: he'd been seen even when I was a kid working down here. And one night, sleeping on stage as a teen, I could hear and feel big footsteps. I never felt afraid.   “The big guy has been felt by many over the years,” Gaffey said. “We named him Chris. Big Chris. He's the only ghost - if there are ghosts here - who's not from a show business background.” He added that psychics who've visited the theater have talked about Chris dating to the livery stable-era and that someone was murdered on this spot, possibly with a knife.   But Gaffey continued firmly, “My experiences in this building have been warm and protective. “Chris had the spirit of the Phoenix before it became what it is. Chris may have loved this spot. I think it's one of the coolest corners in town.” He commented he sensed from the warmth he felt as he was talking that Chris was on stage, observing.   Then there's the Little Kid - a boy. “That's an interesting one,” Gaffey said. “Again - a psychic had come in. First off, he talked about the guy in the attic [the projection booth], said he seemed to be older, white hair and faded green, almost khaki, clothing; tall, thin with angular knees and elbows.   The older man, the psychic told Gaffey, is trying to make good on something wrong he felt he did to a child. The psychic added the old man hadn't, however, done anything.   “I'm wondering,” Gaffey said, “if it's the little boy. This was the fly area” - the area to the rear of the stage where backdrops hung. “With stuff hanging here and ladder work, maybe the kid was injured. He's been seen by many. He's got shaggy hair, maybe less than five feet, wearing shorts or knickers, a wool suit and a cap, from the 1920s.”   In the 1990s, a security guard for the thrash metal band GWAR got down off a ladder and asked, “Who's that little kid back there in the exit?” When no one could find the boy, the guard quit.    There is much more to the interview and we would definitely recommend checking it out! We've got one one more venue for you guys even though there are a bunch more out there. Some of the more well known and covered places like Bobby Mackey's in Kentucky, The Avalon in Hollywood, Le Petit Théâtre du Vieux Carre in New Orleans, The rapids theater in Niagara falls NY among others we've left off but will definitely be back to cover at a future point as the history and Hauntings in these places is awesome.    So that brings us to our home town of Cleveland Ohio and to the World famous Agora Theater. Now this a place where we've both spent many nights jamming out to some great fucking shows. And yes.. Whether you like it or not… Here comes some history fuckers.    The first Agora in Cleveland, informally referred to as Agora Alpha, opened on February 26, 1966, at 2175 Cornell Road in Little Italy near the campus of Case Western Reserve University. In 1967, the Agora moved to a second building on East 24th Street near the campus of Cleveland State University. Once settled in their new location, the new Agora Ballroom, informally referred to as Agora Beta, played a role in giving exposure to many bands, both from the Cleveland area and abroad. Many artists such as Peter Frampton, Bruce Springsteen, Boston, Grand Funk Railroad, ZZ Top, Kiss and many others received much exposure after playing the Agora.[3] The Agora Ballroom was also the setting of the concert by Paul Simon's character in the opening minutes of the 1980 movie One-Trick Pony. The front facade of the Agora Ballroom was temporarily swapped for the one shown in the movie. It is also one of three locations used to record Todd Rundgren's live album Back to the Bars in 1978.   The East 24th Street building also housed Agency Recording Studios, located above the Agora. The onsite recording studio and the close proximity to radio station WMMS allowed for high-quality live concert broadcasts from the Agora. Some of these concerts were later released commercially, including Bruce Springsteen's “The Agora, Cleveland 1978”, the Cars' “Live at the Agora 1978”, Ian Hunter's “You're Never Alone with a Schizophrenic, Deluxe Edition” and Dwight Twilley Band's “Live From Agora”.   The popularity of the club led the Agora to expand during the 1970s and 1980s, opening 12 other clubs in the cities of Columbus, Toledo, Youngstown, Painesville, Akron, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Tampa, Hallandale, Hartford, and New Haven. However, the Cleveland location is the only one still in existence today.   In 1984, the Agora was damaged by a fire and closed.   The building currently known as the Agora first opened on March 31, 1913, with an English performance of Aida as the Metropolitan Theatre. It was the brainchild of Max Faetkenheuer, an opera promoter and conductor who had also been involved in the construction of the monumental Hippodrome Theatre on Euclid Avenue five years earlier. The new opera house was well received and did well early on, but later struggled to stay profitable. Among various uses, the Metropolitan was home to a Cleveland's Yiddish theatre troupe in 1927. This brief episode in its history came to an end a few months later in 1928 after the troupe was involved in a bus accident on the way to a performance in Youngstown; the actors were too injured to perform and the venture went bankrupt. By 1932, the venue had turned into a vaudeville/burlesque house called "The Gayety," hosting "hoofers, comics and strippers." The Metropolitan returned to its original use for a short time during the mid-1940s staging comedic musicals, but by the end of the decade stage productions had ceased and the theatre became a full-time movie house. From 1951–78, the theater offices were home to radio stations WHK (1420 AM) and WMMS (100.7 FM); the theater itself was known as the WHK Auditorium. In 1968–69 the theater was known as the Cleveland Grande. In the early 1980s, it briefly re-opened as the New Hippodrome Theatre showing movies. Following the fire which damaged the Agora Ballroom on East 24th Street, club owner Henry LoConti, Sr. decided to move to the 5000 Euclid Avenue location. Following extensive renovations, the new Agora Metropolitan Theater, the third Cleveland venue to bear the Agora name, opened in October 1986. The Agora has two rooms: a 500-person capacity, standing-room-only ballroom with adjoining bar, and an 1800-seat theater.   As far as some spooky shit goes, we were able to get some info straight from the source! We spoke with Mike who works at the agora and we got some cool stuff from him. In an email mine related the following information.            "Prior to our merger with AEG Presents, I used to lead our ‘Ghost Tours' with a group called Black Sheep Paranormal.   While I didn't know what to expect, and I wasn't exactly familiar with paranormal investigations, that quickly changed working with the group.             One of the members of the Black Sheep Paranormal group was a retired police officer. Pretty easy to say he's seen some shit, and could be characterized as fearless. Another member told him to check out the men's room, where we have a utility closest between our sinks and stalls. From past experiences, we usually get some decent activity from that closest. However, nothing occurred this time. After giving up on this spot, the team member decided to use the bathroom. Seconds later, he hears **CLAP, CLAP, CLAP** from behind his neck, and he exited the bathroom about as white as a ghost.   Oh man… Good thing he was in the bathroom in case he pissed himself!! This next story is pretty crazy. He talks about "The Cleaning Lady"!             "One of the known spirits at The Agora, who we call “The Cleaning Lady,” as you could have guessed, was responsible for cleaning the venue many decades ago. While I'm not exactly sure what happened to her, she was said to have fallen off our balcony, and died. One night, during an investigation, we were sitting in silence at the top of our balcony on the left hand side. As we sat there, we started to hear sweeping sounds. As the broom sweeps started to happen for a few seconds, all of the sudden, the sound traveled from the left side of the venue, all the way to the right side of the venue. We couldn't really explain it, but that's exactly what happened."   Wow! That's awesome! This next one would probably freak a lot of people out… but it's definitely cool.           "Another occurrence was when we were up in one of the suite boxes up in the balcony. The venue was blacked out, and from where we were sitting, you could still see the bar area in our lower level. The bar had a mini fridge up against the wall that had lighting in it. We draped it off with a black table cloth, but there was still exposed light coming from the fridge. As we're sitting there, we see a shadow fading in, and fading out of the light. Almost as if a person was pacing back and forth. We were able to see this because of the light from the fridge. As this shadow figure is pacing back and forth for a good 30 – 60 seconds, one of our team members calls out “if anyone is over by the bar, please make a sound.” And I shit you not, with no hesitation, a stack of plastic cups falls off the bar and onto the ground. That was definitely one of my favorite experiences."   Hopefully we get some action like that on our ghost hunt! Mike goes on to say that he actually got to see an apparition as well!       "Over the years, we've heard and seen many things. We've had items that turn up missing, seen plenty of white anomalies, and other occurrences. Apparitions are rare, but sounds are usually constant. We've heard bangs on our doors, we've heard voices, we've even heard music; big band music to be specific. The apparition I've seen was an unreal experience. We were sitting in the balcony, and we just saw this shadow figure in one of the seats across/behind us. The figure was perfectly human-shaped, but you could see through it. It definitely seemed like it was staring at us the whole time. Sadly, my story telling doesn't do this moment very much justice.   He said that a lot of the investigation stuff was mainly communication based with the spirits. He said they would ask  questions and they frequently got answers. We asked about how the spirits would answer and he told us:             "Most of the time in our investigations, we used dowsing rods for the questions, and asked them to cross the rods in a ‘yes or no' type of questioning. They were always responsive in this form. As long as we got it started, we usually were able to keep the questions going. Obviously, noises would happen all the time. I remember one evening just working (no event going on), but we use to have these ‘garage' type doors for our balcony entry. And for whatever reason, the spirts would not stop banging on them. Like something out of a movie, non-stop banging. That was the same day where my coworker went to use the bathroom, and as she was coming back to the office she heard “There she goes…” in a whisper type voice.   Damn! That's some crazy shit! We would like to thank Mike for his time and this incredible stories of the strange stuff that occurs at the agora! Hometown spooky shit is always awesome!  Top ten horror movie musicals https://screenrant.com/horror-musicals-best-ever-imdb/

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S4E36: From the Beginning to Now | Lawrence Krauss

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

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The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
A Free Tool To Promote Health And Wellbeing

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 12:47


A Free Tool To Promote Health And Wellbeing | This episode is brought to you by PaleovalleyResearch has shown that journaling practices can have a range of health benefits including reduction of inflammation, promotion of mental wellbeing, and even improved ventricular function. Whether it be through a focus on gratitude or expressive writing, journaling allows you to have an uninhibited discussion with yourself, oftentimes leading to an “aha” moment that was hiding under the surface all along. In this mini-episode, Dr. Hyman speaks with Dr. Leonard Calabrese, Dr. Andrea Pennington, Matthew McConaughey, and Dr. Rangan Chatterjee about the psychological and mental benefits that various types of journaling can have on our overall health and wellbeing.Dr. Leonard Calabrese is a Professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University and Vice Chair of the Department of Rheumatic and Immunologic Diseases. Dr. Calabrese is also the director of the RJ Fasenmyer Center for Clinical Immunology at Cleveland Clinic and holds joint appointments in the Department of Infectious Diseases and the Wellness Institute. Dr. Calabrese has made significant contributions to science in the fields of chronic viral infections and autoimmunity and vascular inflammatory diseases of the brain. Dr. Andrea Pennington is an integrative physician, acupuncturist, meditation teacher, and #1 international bestselling author. She received her Doctor of Medicine from Washington University School of Medicine, trained at Georgetown University Hospital, and received certification in Age Management Medicine with the Cenegenics Medical Institute. Her extensive study of medical nutrition, positive psychology, and neuroscience-inspired biohacking led her to create a holistic media platform, In8Vitality, to teach people how to blend ancient wisdom and modern science for enhanced vitality and life mastery. In Andrea's latest book, The Real Self Love Handbook, she explores her personal journey from depression to real self-love and how The Cornerstone Process, a 5-step self-discovery framework, is setting people free from the drama of past trauma.Academy Award–winning actor Matthew McConaughey is a husband, father of three children, and a loyal son and brother. He considers himself a storyteller by occupation, believes it's okay to have a beer on the way to the temple, feels better with a day's sweat on him, and is an aspiring orchestral conductor. In 2009, Matthew and his wife, Camila, founded the just keep livin Foundation, which helps at-risk high school students make healthier mind, body, and spirit choices. In 2019, McConaughey became a professor of practice at the University of Texas at Austin, as well as Minister of Culture/M.O.C. for the University of Texas and the City of Austin. McConaughey is also brand ambassador for Lincoln Motor Company, an owner of the Major League Soccer Club Austin FC, and co-creator of his favorite bourbon on the planet, Wild Turkey Longbranch.Dr. Rangan Chatterjee is regarded as one of the most influential medical doctors in the UK and hosts the most listened to health podcast in the UK and Europe, Feel Better, Live More. His first three books have all been #1 Sunday Times bestsellers and his latest, Feel Better in 5, shows people how to transform their health in just 5 minutes. It has been a smash hit in the UK, selling almost 100,000 copies in just 7 months, and has just been published in the United States. Professor BJ Fogg, the world's leading expert in human behavior, calls this book, "One of the best habit change programs he has seen—deceptively simple but remarkably effective.” Dr. Chatterjee regularly appears on BBC News and Television and has been featured in numerous international publications including The New York Times, Forbes, The Guardian and Vogue, and his TED Talk, “How To Make Disease Disappear,” has been viewed almost 3 million times.This episode is brought to you by Paleovalley. Paleovalley is offering 15% off your entire first order. Just go to paleovalley.com/hyman to check out all their clean Paleo products and take advantage of this deal.Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Leonard Calabrese, “The Secrets to Creating a Healthy Immune System” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrCalabrese Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Andrea Pennington, “Is Self-Love Medicine?” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrAndreaPenningtonFind Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Matthew McConaughey, “Reflections On Living An Authentic Life” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/MatthewMcConaugheyFind Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, “Simple Hacks To Feel Better In Five Minutes” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrRanganChatterjee2 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.