Friday, December 3, 2021: The parents of the accused teen are also being charged in the Michigan school shooting, a cluster of drug overdoses has officials concerned in Cuyahoga county, Ohio officials warn about fake prescription pills on the street that are laced with fentanyl, Ohio's COVID-19 numbers are on the rise, where the omicron variant has been found in the US, 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=SB3slGcSVjY 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: Suspect's parents charged in Michigan school shooting https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/michigan-school-shooting-parents-charged/507-62a1e021-f8c3-402b-b1c6-2ac6a420dd61 Cuyahoga County issues public health alert after 8 drug overdoses on Thursday https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cuyahoga-county/cuyahoga-county-public-health-alert-overdoses/95-db21a545-f77e-4708-8c32-7f2a597b2d24 ‘Dangerous' counterfeit prescription tablets containing fentanyl found in Ohio: State officials issue warning https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/ohio/ohio-fake-prescription-tablets-fentanyl-narcots-intelligence-center-warning/95-6aebf932-6f5c-4476-bb60-d0b2360ee22d Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals suspend vaccine mandate for caregivers after federal injunction https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/vaccine/university-hospitals-suspends-vaccine-mandate-federal-injunction/95-cc8bab71-7bf8-4926-bf8e-00cc62a6348c COVID-19 in Ohio: State reports 9,584 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 LIST: Where have omicron cases been confirmed in the US https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/where-omicron-covid-19-us-states/507-6881147a-8afd-4969-869a-9959326f6e76 Avon man runs Boston Marathon five months after open-heart surgery https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/heartwarming/bay-village-man-runs-boston-marathon-five-months-open-heart-surgery/95-5b788484-530b-48ae-b311-d0c8f87a0968 Game on! Canton set to host Ohio's high school football state championship games this weekend https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/high-school/hs-football/canton-to-host-ohio-high-school-football-state-championship-games-this-weekend/95-18311c91-0b88-4b88-850e-2dfc685bda9c Weird Al Yankovic bringing 2022 tour to Canton Palace Theatre https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/canton/weird-al-yankovic-2022-tour-canton-palace-theatre-ohio-unfortunate-return-of-the-ridiculously-self-indulgent-ill-advised-vanity/95-9c8231cd-11f3-4726-996c-96c9e2da151b Celebrity upgrades, a nationwide marathon runner, and one bowling boxer: It's All Good News! https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/its-all-good-news/its-all-good-news/95-e2fe9a86-581a-41aa-8acd-4548ec071ed7
Listen to our archived episodes: RadioPublic|LibSyn|YouTube Support the show: Patreon|PayPal: 1x or monthly|Square Cash * Who knows where David Waldman will take us today? That's why we tune in! Asparagus Zucchini, always in season, is back on KITM to discuss crypto assets, which are worth absolutely nothing unless you can find that mark who buys what you're selling. At that very moment you are rich... Until it all melts away through your fingers. All of this makes crypto an ideal foundation for US infrastructure, especially for Joe Manchin. Donald Trump knew he had COVID, even as he flitted from one superspreader event to another like a honeybee spreading pollen... if honeybees were disgusting sociopaths and pollen killed a million Americans. At least this is according to Mark Meadows, just as disgusting in his many special ways, and equally untrustworthy. Mark's beta, so when Donald said Meadow's book was fake news, Mark had to agree. Donald wasn't the only pestilent Trump at that debate, however. Trump had his whole toxic clan there to destroy the previously spotless reputation of the Cleveland Clinic. COVID wasn't the only way Trump could kill you, of course. Two Georgia election workers were reminded of that daily, and are now suing. Twitter is tired of being used to punch Nazis, and Nazis are taking note of that. Democrats can shut up a fascist SCOTUS by limiting what they hear. Of course, as long as there is a filibuster, that's easier said than done. Jeffrey Clark says he can't appear at any January 6th hearings if Liz Cheney isn't a Republican. Expect plenty of stupid lawyering in 2022.
ABOUT THE EVENT: How are honeybees portrayed in biblical and later Jewish sources? Why is honey kosher? What is the status of other hive products – bee pollen, propolis, royal jelly? Join Rabbi Amalia to discuss this and other issues relating to bees. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Rabbi Amalia Haas facilitates life cycle events, programming and retreats grounded in Torah, mindfulness, bibliodrama, nature, art and music. She was ordained in 2020 by Yeshivat Maharat and completed a residency in Chaplaincy at the Cleveland Clinic. She is also a Holding Space Consultant with the Institute for Birth, Breath and Death. Her company Bee Awesome markets kosher raw honey for Rosh HaShanah. Her varietal honey tasting and experiential calendar and honey bee programs inspire communities to save the bees and avert climate crisis. She holds an M.A. in Jewish Education from Yeshiva University and a B.A. in Musical Performance from Oberlin College. Amalia lives in Northeast Ohio with her husband Adam, six children ages 10 – 24, and many hives. Reach Amalia at BeeAwesome.email@example.com or 330-552-8BEE. -- DONATE: www.bit.ly/1NmpbsP For podcasts of VBM lectures, GO HERE: www.valleybeitmidrash.org/learning-library/ www.facebook.com/valleybeitmi... Become a member today, starting at just $18 per month! Click the link to see our membership options: www.valleybeitmidrash.org/become-a-member/
Sex is a lot like cooking. We all do it, but only some of us make it delicious...and I am here to spice up your life. Listen to this episode to learn how I went from running down the halls of the Emergency Room at the Cleveland Clinic to bringing people from all over the world a level of sexual wellness and performance that they did not think possible. From vaginal rejuvenation to erectile dysfunction treatments to penis enlargement, I do it all, and then some. Join me as we kick off this journey of pleasure, growth, wellness and performance.
Suneel Kamath, MD, hematologist and medical oncologist at Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, joins the Cancer Advances podcast for the second time to discuss our new Center for Young-Onset Colorectal Cancer. Listen as Dr. Kamath discusses how the center was established, and how it will allow us to take a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to research, diagnosis, and treatment of young-onset colorectal cancer.
The Covid-19 vaccine was developed at an unusually rapid pace, and now the public's expectations are high for what science can deliver. It's a good thing we're in a science moment. Gobs of data are being produced, researchers are collaborating more, and the public is engaged. But is the pace of discovery keeping up with the science? Alison Snyder, managing editor at Axios, interviews Darío Gil, senior vice president and director of IBM Research at IBM, Serpil Erzurum, chief research and academic officer of Cleveland Clinic, and Nicholas Dirks, president and CEO of the New York Academy of Sciences, about the pace of discovery in an age of streamlined research and development processes and advanced computing.
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder), are joined by guest host Dr. Alex Pipilas (CardioNerds Ambassader, Boston University), and Cleveland Clinic fellows, Dr. Gary Parizher, Dr. Ambreen Ali, and Dr. Tiffany Dong. They discuss a case of an 18-year-old man with Autism Spectrum Disorder presented with advanced nonischemic dilated cardiomyopathy. Due to anxiety, he was unable to tolerate right heart catheterization, and the initial evaluation for advanced heart failure therapies was deferred. With assistance from a multidisciplinary team, catheterization was successful, and he underwent cardiac transplantation. Faculty experts, Dr. Richard Dane Meredith (Cardiovascular Imaging, Mission healthcare), Dr. Julie Niezgoda (Congenital Cardiac Anesthesiologist, CCF), and Dr. Ran Lee (Critical Care Cardiology and Advanced HF/Transplant Cardiologist, CCF) provide the E-CPR for this episode. Audio editing by CardioNerds Academy Intern, Dr. Leticia Helms. Claim free CME just for enjoying this episode! Disclosures: NoneJump to: Pearls - Notes - References CardioNerds Case Reports PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Episode Teaching Pearls - Heart Failure with Autism Spectrum Disorder Autism spectrum disorder should not be regarded as a contraindication to organ transplantation.Respect for patient discomfort with procedures, and efforts to mitigate that discomfort, are essential.A multidisciplinary team approach, especially one utilizing allied health support services, is important to provide care to adolescent patients with advanced organ dysfunction, particularly those with developmental disabilities. Notes - Heart Failure with Autism Spectrum Disorder Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability characterized by impairments in social interaction and the presence of restricted, repetitive patterns of behaviors, interests, or activities (2). In 2016 the CDC estimated one in 54 children age 8 had ASD (3). Despite ASD's prevalence, studies of organ transplantation in children and adolescents with developmental disabilities are lacking. Guidelines from the International Society for Heart Lung Transplantation indicate that heart transplantation cannot be recommended in patients suffering from severe cognitive-behavioral disabilities (4). However, the definition of “severe” is not clear, so the assessment of severity of a cognitive impairment, as well as whether the impairment constitutes a contraindication to organ transplantation, falls to healthcare providers on a case-by-case basis. Cardiac transplantation in a patient with ASD has been documented previously (5). Nonetheless our case represents an important example of advocacy for lifesaving care in patients with developmental disability. Without any one component of the team taking care of our patient, including physicians and allied healthcare providers, he would have died of refractory cardiogenic shock. However, with individualized care and a multidisciplinary combined effort, his providers were able to overcome the obstacles posed by his ASD and deliver indicated interventions. References - Heart Failure with Autism Spectrum Disorder 1. Baran, David A., et al. "SCAI clinical expert consensus statement on the classification of cardiogenic shock" Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 94.1 (2019): 29-37. 2. American Psychiatric Association: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. 5th edition. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Association, 2013. 3. Baio J, Wiggins L, Christensen D, et al. Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder among children aged 8 years - Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, 11 Sites, United States, 2014. MMWR Surveillance Summaries 2018; 67:1-23. 4. Mehra M, Canter C,
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This time of year you may find yourself traveling more, especially on an airplane. Whether across the state or across the country, airline travel exposes you to a lot things outside of your normal ecosystem. You also run more of a risk of dehydration, poor blood circulation, increased stress, and so many other things that fight for your wellness. In this episode Chase his top seven ways that airplane travel affects your health and how you can defend your health against each and every one. Learn how to lower cortisol, improve circulation, ramp up your hydration, protect your ears, boost your energy and so much more. Episode resources: Cleveland Clinic article Save 15% on Strong Coffee Company with code CHASE at www.StrongCoffeeCompany.com Get your free electrolyte sample pack from LMNT at www.drinklmnt.com/everforward Cured Nutrition CBD code EVERFORWARD for 15% off at www.CuredNutrition.com Comrad gradual compression socks https://www.comradsocks.com Get 15% off propolis throat spray from Beekeeper's Naturals with code EVERFORWARD at www.beekeepersnaturals.com
When treating cancer, some of the treatments may cause lasting damage to your heart, especially if you are already at risk for cardiovascular disease. Dr. Steve Nissen is joined by Dr. Patrick Collier and Dr. Rohit Mougdil from Cleveland Clinic's Cardio-Oncology Center to discuss what is the field of cardio-oncolgy and how we best care for patients. Learn more about Cleveland Clinic's Cardio-Oncology Center https://my.clevelandclinic.org/departments/heart/depts/cardio-oncology-center See more Cleveland Clinic Cardio-Oncology videos https://my.clevelandclinic.org/departments/heart/patient-education/videos/cardio-oncology-videos
The CardioNerds are thrilled to launch The Cardiac Critical Care Series! The series Co-Chairs – Dr. Mark Belkin (Advanced Heart Failure FIT, U Chicago), Dr. Yoav Karpenshif (FIT, U Penn), Dr. Eunice Dugan (CardioNerds Academy Chief Fellow and FIT, Cleveland Clinic), and Dr. Karan Desai (CardioNerds Academy Editor and FIT, U Maryland) - join CardioNerds Co-Founders, Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder to delve into high-yield topics in critical care cardiology. We kickstart this series with one of the early pioneers and national leaders in cardiac critical care – Dr. Jason Katz, Director of Cardiovascular Critical Care and Co-Director of Mechanical Circulatory Support and the CICU at Duke University Medical Center. In this episode, we learn about Dr. Katz's career path and what motivated him to train in Critical Care Cardiology. He shares early struggles, notable changes in this field's nascent period, and ongoing challenges in training and practice. We discuss collaboration with other cardiac and non-cardiac specialties and their importance in comprehensive care. Furthermore, we discuss how to advance critical care research, including the Critical Care Cardiology Trials Network and future randomized controlled trials to inform our practice and develop standardized protocols. In this small but rapidly growing field, we learn there is much to discover together. Audio editing by CardioNerds Academy Intern, Hirsh Elhence. Claim free CME for enjoying this episode! Disclosures: None Pearls • Notes • References • Guest Profiles • Production Team CardioNerds Cardiac Critical Care PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Pearls and Quotes “I think it's really important not to be afraid of change in order to potentially succeed [...] it's okay to not entirely know what you want to do.” - Dr. Katz when sharing his non-direct career path in a novel field.“There is no greater team sport in cardiology than Cardiac Critical Care” and “I oftentimes think of the Critical Care Cardiologist as sort of the conductor that helps to orchestrate [the team]...” - Dr. Katz when discussing the importance of multidisciplinary teams and need to collaborate with other cardiac and non-cardiac sub-specialties.Many general surgical or medical residency/fellowship graduates are not comfortable caring for patients in the critical care setting. There is a need to revamp critical care training without significantly prolonging training time in order to complement and enhance our current workforce to care for complex, critically ill cardiac patients.“I don't think there's necessarily a one size fits all model, and I think we should be malleable or adaptable to the needs of our trainees and the needs of our patients.” - Dr. Katz when discussing training pathways in Critical Care Cardiology or combining Critical Care with other subspecialties like Interventional Cardiology or Advanced Heart Failure.Dr. Katz suggests that when choosing a Critical Care Cardiology training program: “consider geography, the flexibility of the curriculum, the overall fellowship and social experience, and the clinical setting. Everything that's really important to choosing a cardiology fellowship is more important in my mind than if they actually have a standardized, cardiac critical care pathway.” Show notes 1. What are some recent changes in the field of Critical Care Cardiology? Compared to even just a decade ago, there is a growing interest from medical students to young faculty in pursuing a career in critical care cardiology.At the same time there is evidence that the patient demographics in our CICUs are changing, including more multi-organ dysfunction and many non-cardiac diagnoses. In a recent paper from the Critical Care Cardiology Trials Network (CCCTN),
Friday, November 19, 2021: Kyle Rittenhouse has been found not guilty on all charges after shooting and killing two people and wounding a third during protests against racial injustice, Vice president Kamala Harris briefly became the first woman to hold presidential power today, medical workers protest federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates, the Cleveland Guardians name change is official despite a new sign falling down during today's launch, 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=B_hIV0ANpD0 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: WATCH: Kyle Rittenhouse found not guilty on all charges in Kenosha shootings https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/rittenhouse-jury-deliberation-day-4-verdict-live/507-63923b64-8720-4f5a-b558-87aa5b56d8bd Kamala Harris became first woman with presidential power, but only for a few hours https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/biden-physical-power-transfer-harris/507-05ed4a95-8dfc-47a8-80fe-eaa7843e2a64 Healthcare workers from Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals protest COVID-19 vaccine mandate https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/vaccine/healthcare-workers-cleveland-clinic-university-hospitals-protest-covid-19-vaccine-mandate/95-31f0a16d-629c-4b70-97c8-cadfe0be2b98 COVID-19 in Ohio: State reports 6,429 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 Michael Symon talks new cookbook, family, and why he closed Lola with Doug Trattner https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/food/doug-trattner/michael-symon-talks-new-cookbook-family-closed-lola-doug-trattner/95-22471fa5-8f1b-4fa2-8a29-49e018f67364 Cleveland Guardians sign falls and breaks during team store opening https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/mlb/cleveland-guardians/cleveland-guardians-sign-falls-and-breaks-during-opening/95-30314918-b8fb-49bd-82f5-a747fa083507 Rocky River pub buys rare Irish whiskey for $45K; here's how you can try it https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/television/programs/whats-new/rocky-river-pub-buys-rare-irish-whiskey-43-thousand-dollars/95-d38176c4-5a1b-4359-9508-76a23f9958c6 Hotel calls police on grandma after bad review https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/hotel-calls-police-grandma-bad-review/85-377e243e-f05c-46e9-85f7-8a0748c7b71d Twenty One Pilots coming to Cleveland Aug. 30, 2022 https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cleveland/twenty-one-pilots-2022-cleveland-stop/95-ca331a19-f424-4f66-af01-86823ac984e2
CardioNerds Tommy Das (Program Director of the CardioNerds Academy and cardiology fellow at Cleveland Clinic) and Rick Ferraro (Director of CardioNerds Journal Club and cardiology fellow at the Johns Hopkins Hospital) join Dr. Erin Michos (Associate Professor of Cardiology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Editor-In-Chief of the American Journal of Preventative Cardiology) for a discussion about the effect of DHA and EPA on triglycerides and why DHA/EPA combinations may have exhibited limited benefits in trials. This episode is part of the CardioNerds Lipids Series which is a comprehensive series lead by co-chairs Dr. Rick Ferraro and Dr. Tommy Das and is developed in collaboration with the American Society For Preventive Cardiology (ASPC). Relevant disclosures: None Pearls • Notes • References • Guest Profiles • Production Team CardioNerds Lipid Series PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Pearls The best intervention for heart disease is prevention! The InterHeart trial showed that 9 modifiable risk factors (dyslipidemia, smoking, hypertension, diabetes, abdominal obesity, dietary patterns, physical activity, consumption of alcohol, and psychosocial factors) predict 90% of acute myocardial infarction. So many acute events can be prevented1.Atherosclerotic vascular disease events increase across a range of triglyceride levels, even from 50-200mg/dL. So even in a relatively normal range, lower triglycerides seem to be better. Over ¼ of US adults have triglycerides over 150.While 8% of US adults take fish oil supplements, multiple meta-analyses have failed to show any benefit to the use of dietary omega-3 supplementation2. Dietary supplements these are not meant for medical use and are not studied or regulated as such! Show notes 1. What are DHA and EPA? DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid, and EPA, or eicosapentaenoic acid, are n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, also known as omega-3 fatty acids. These compounds have been of considerable interest for over two decades given observed association of high dietary omega-3 fatty acid intake with reduced cardiovascular events3. As both are important omega-3 fatty acids, trials on the benefits of DHA and EPA have often focused on the two compounds in combination. 2. What was the GISSI-Prevenzione Trial and why was it Important? GISSI-Prevenzione trial (Lancet 1999), was one of the earliest trials to study DHA and EPA4. In this trial, the authors evaluated the effect of omega-3 supplementation as a combination pill of DHA and EPA on cardiovascular events and death in patients with recent myocardial infarction (the last three months). Over a 3.5-year follow-up period, participants treated with DHA/EPA combination experienced a significant reduction in death, nonfatal MI, and stroke.As this was an early trial, patients were largely not on statins, as these were not supported at the time of study initiation (Only 5% were on cholesterol-lowering medications at baseline, and only 45% were on cholesterol-lowering therapy at study completion). The benefits seen in this trial may not extend to modern practice with patients on contemporary background therapy.The trial participants were also not representative of our modern patients for a variety of other reasons. 85% of participants in the trial were men. 42.2% of patients in EPA/DHA arm were current smokers, and 35.4% were prior smokers. Only 14.2% of patients had diabetes and 14.7% with BMI >30.Notably, the decrease in triglycerides in this trial was only 3%, implying that triglyceride lowering did not entirely explain the benefit in cardiovascular events seen. 3. What about the data after the GISSI-Prevensione Trial? After this positive trial for DHA/EPA in combination, subsequent trial data in support of DHA/EPA has been less robust.
In October 2021, OOD announced Cleveland Clinic as the 2021 Governor's Inclusive Employer Award winner for their commitment to individuals with disabilities in the workplace and being a leader of diversity and inclusion best practices in Ohio. Listen to episode 33 of the OOD Works Podcast as staff with Cleveland Clinic discuss their “disability-inclusive” culture.Guests from Cleveland Clinic include Diana Gueits, Interim Executive Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Carmen Roman, HR Business Partner, serving as an Advisor while supporting the Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute and the Glickman Urology & Kidney Institute; and Tim Gibbons, Department Director of Patient Transportation in Operations. They are joined by Michael Hoag, OOD Business Relations Specialist for the Northeast Region of Ohio.Transcripts and MP3 files are available at ood.ohio.gov/podcast.Employers interested in partnering can visit the OOD Business Relations Team webpage to get started. Do you have a disability? Do you want a job? OOD can help! Visit OODWorks.com or call 800-282-4536 to get started. Find OOD on social media: @OhioOOD.
Join Behind the Knife's very own Dr. Scott Steele, Chairman of the Department of Colorectal Surgery at Cleveland Clinic, for a high-level talk on the treatment of T2N0 rectal cancer. There is an associated video that goes along with this episode. Check it out at behindtheknife.org or YouTube. Please visit behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the United States. According to the Cleveland Clinic, about 14 million Americans are newly infected with HPV each year. Nancy Moul, a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner at W&M, talks to us today about how HPV impacts college students, what some common misconceptions are about HPV, how one can get the HPV vaccine GARDASIL 9, and how one can take precautions to prevent HPV.
Zeoli Show Hour 2: In the second hour of the Zeoli Show, Mike Opelka fills in for Rich and is joined by Dr. Michael Rosen, of the Cleveland Clinic, to discuss the breaking medical news for patients dealing with dementia and Alzheimer's and even the possibility of reversing the effects of the diseases. Also, Americans desire for smaller government and bigger freedom is the majority that Democrats don't want to connect with and the grilling of Secretary Mayorkas by the Senate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pacemakers are implanted when your heart beat is too slow. Dr. Oussama Wazni and Dr. Roy Chung, Director of Physiologic Pacing Center talk about a new pacemaker technique called physiologic pacing, including who benefits and outcomes at Cleveland Clinic. If you need a pacemaker you may benefit from this type of pacing.
Lowering Stress for Optimum Health Part 2: What is Vagal Tone? Dr. Jason Jones Elizabeth City NC, Chiropractor The vagus nerve is simply described as the longest nerve in the body which originates as cranial nerve 10 in the brain. It travels down from the brain to the neck and then passes around important organs throughout the body, including the digestive system, pancreas, liver, spleen, lungs, and heart. The vagus nerve is a key part of your parasympathetic nervous system, which controls the “rest and digest” function, countering the “fight or flight” function of the sympathetic nervous system. The vagus nerve influences many functions in the body, including digestion, breathing, and heart rate, all of which impact your overall health. However, one thing you need to pay special attention to is the “tone” of your vagus nerve. The vagal tone is an internal biological process that determines the activities of the vagus nerve. What is vagal tone? The vagal tone is key to the activity of your parasympathetic nervous system. It is measured by tracking both your heart rate and your breathing rate. When you breathe in, your heart rate speeds up a little, and when you breathe out, your heart rate slows down a little. The bigger the difference between your inhalation and exhalation heart rate, the high your vagal tone. So when you have a higher vagal tone, it means that your body can quickly relax after a period of stress. What is the implication of a high vagal tone? High vagal tone helps to improve many body functions, causing: Lower blood pressure Better blood sugar regulation Improved digestion via increased production of digestive enzymes Reduced risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease Reduced migraines Less anxiety Better mood Higher resilience One of the interesting functions of the vagus nerve is that it reads your gut microbiome and activates a response to control inflammation based on whether it detects pathogens or non-pathogens. This way, your gut microbiome can have an influence on your stress levels, mood, and overall inflammation. What is the implication of low vagal tone? Low vagal tone is found to be associated with depression, cardiovascular conditions and stroke, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes, cognitive impairment, and a higher rate of inflammation conditions, including all autoimmune diseases (autoimmune thyroid condition, endometriosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and more). Much research has shown positive feedback between high vagal tone and good overall health. Hence, the more you increase your vagal tone, the more your mental and physical health will improve. Dr. Mladen Golubic, Medical Director of the Cleveland Clinic, states that “The vagal response reduces stress. It reduces your blood pressure and heart rate. Stimulates digestion, and changes the function of certain parts of the brain, and all those things that happen when we are relaxed.” However, do you know that studies have shown that vagal tone can be passed on from mother to child? If you are depressed or anxious during pregnancy, you tend to have lower vagal activity, and once you give birth, your child has a higher chance of having low vagal activity, and low serotonin and dopamine levels. That's more reason why you should learn how to strengthen your vagal tone naturally. You can consult Dr. Jason at our chiropractic office at Elizabeth City, NC, to learn about natural ways to stimulate and strengthen your vagus nerves. This will help to improve your mental, physical, and overall well-being.
Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.In this episode, Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know. Cleveland Clinic starts a breast cancer vaccine trial The more fast food spots in your neighborhood, the more Type 2 Diabetes Climate change is already harming many Americans health A large study confirmed coffee is beneficial to your liver and vascular system A randomized trial in nursing homes helps with falls The effect of physical activity on fatigue & MS Is luster dust OK to eat on cakes? PLUS so much more...
According to the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA), community pharmacists are highly accessible health care professionals and 95% of Americans live within just 5 miles of a pharmacy. (https://ncpa.org/provider-status) And what APhA or American Pharmacist Association, the largest association of pharmacists in the US is doing is laser focusing on getting provider status for pharmacists. So why is that important when it comes to PGx as this is a PGx podcast? Pharmacists can order the PGx test when they see fit for their patients without the need of a clinician to sign that form. Scott Knoer, MS, PharmD, FASHP, became the 13th Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Pharmacists Association in June 2020, after serving for nine years as the Chief Pharmacy Officer at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Knoer is a passionate advocate for patients and the profession of pharmacy. He has successfully lobbied boards of pharmacy in Ohio and Minnesota to allow the advancement of pharmacy practice, and he has led initiatives that changed Ohio and federal law related to the elevation of pharmacy practice and reducing the impact of drug shortages. He received his BA in psychology from Creighton University and his PharmD from the University of Nebraska. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Renowned expert Dr. Al joins the Get Healthy 360 Podcast to discuss the latest treatments related to sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and associated discomfort such as lower back pain. Dr. Al discusses the treatment plans and treatment options, ranging from physical therapy to injections and bone grafts. Dr. Alaa Abd-Elsayed joined the faculty of the Anesthesiology Department at the University of Wisconsin in 2014 to provide Chronic Pain Medicine Services as part of the Interventional Pain Program. He received his medical training at Assiut University Medical School in Egypt, completed a master's degree in Public Health, research fellowship at Cleveland Clinic, and residency in anesthesiology and pain management fellowship at University of Cincinnati. As part of the Interventional Pain Program, Dr. Abd-Elsayed evaluates patients at the Pain Clinic, and when an interventional pain treatment is appropriate, performs procedures at the Madison Surgery Center. In addition to his work as a pain specialist, Dr. Abd-Elsayed is an active clinical investigator. Current studies include the use of opioids, genetic variations leading to different individual response to opioids, and the use of neuromodulation and peripheral nerve stimulators for the management of neuropathic pain. He also has research interests in fibromyalgia, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and headaches, and is leading a study called "CREATE" to help CRPS patients. Over the course of his career, he has received numerous research grants, published more than 200 peer-reviewed manuscripts and authored several editorials and book chapters. He has presented at more than 60 international and national conferences and has earned more than 15 awards at the state and national levels. In addition, he has served as a reviewer for more than 20 journals and as an editor to several journals. "Dr. Al," as he likes to be called, is a member of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP) and the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA). He was named among the Leading Physicians of the World and America's Best Physicians in 2016.
An interview with Dr. Pauline Funchain from Cleveland Clinic, author on “Management of Immune-Related Adverse Events in Patients Treated With Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Therapy: ASCO Guideline Update.” She reviews the recommendations for cardiovascular toxicities in patients receiving ICPis, including overall cardiac toxicities (i.e., myocarditis, pericarditis & arrhythmias), and VTE in Part 11 of this 13-part series. For more information visit www.asco.org/supportive-care-guidelines TRANSCRIPT SPEAKER 1: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care, and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement. BRITTANY HARVEY: Hello, and welcome to the ASCO Guidelines podcast series, brought to you by the ASCO Podcast Network, a collection of nine programs covering a range of educational and scientific content, and offering enriching insight into the world of cancer care. You can find all the shows, including this one, at asco.org/podcasts. My name is Brittany Harvey, and today we're continuing our series on the management of immune related adverse events. I am joined by Dr. Pauline Fontaine from the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, author on "Management of Immune Related Adverse Events in Patients Treated with Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Therapy, ASCO Guideline Update," and Management of Immune Related Adverse Events in Patients Treated with Chimeric Antigen Receptor T Cell Therapy, ASCO Guideline." And today we're focusing on the cardiovascular toxicities in patients treated with immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy. Thank you for being here, Dr. Fontaine. PAULINE FONTAINE: Thank you, Brittany, for the invitation. BRITTANY HARVEY: First, I'd like to note that ASCO takes great care in the development of its guidelines, and ensuring that the ASCO conflict of interest policy is followed for each guideline. The full conflict of interest information for this guideline panel is available online with the publication of the guidelines in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Dr. Fontaine, do you have any relevant disclosures that are directly related to these guidelines? PAULINE FONTAINE: So I do. My institution receives research funding from Pfizer and Bristol Myers Squibb for clinical trials where I'm a primary investigator. And I have done some consultation work with Eisai. BRITTANY HARVEY: OK. thank you for those disclosures. Then talking about the content of this guideline, what are the immune related cardiovascular toxicities addressed in this guideline? PAULINE FONTAINE: So there are two major categories. One is an overall cardiovascular category. That includes myocarditis, pericarditis, arrhythmias, impaired ventricular function with heart failure, and vasculitis. That's overall. And there's a second category of venous thromboembolism. BRITTANY HARVEY: Great. Then starting with that overall category, what are the key recommendations for identification, evaluation, and management of myocarditis, pericarditis, arrhythmias, impaired ventricular function with heart failure, and vasculitis? PAULINE FONTAINE: So in that overall category, I think it's important to recognize that there are symptoms that are a little bit more general. They may be cardiovascular. They may be pulmonary. But we have to be aware that some of these can be cardiovascular. So that would include worsening fatigue, progressive or acute dyspnea. I think they're generally going to be other things, but you really have to recognize a potential cardiac IRE, as those can have major medical consequences. I mean there are other things that are more obviously cardiac, like chest pain, arrhythmia, palpitations, acute onset peripheral edema. And it is important to note that they can, like every other IRE, happen at any time. In the literature, the median time to onset is 6 weeks, but the range is somewhere between 1.4 to 54, and we know that it can be all over the place with IREs in terms of presentation. Then next would be evaluation. So with evaluation, whenever you see this type of side effect, fatigue, dyspnea, chest pain, it's natural to want to get an EKG troponin. I think that's a great place to start. And I think if there's more concern for cardiac type of IRE, then an echocardiogram, a chest X-ray, I think, are probably the next easiest evaluations to assess for cardiac IRE. One of the important things to note is that cardiac IREs, especially myocarditis, tend to happen along with concurrent myocytis, so it's important to check a CPK to rule that in or rule that out. And typically, then if people need more evaluation, the cardiac MRI is the next step, but things like cardiac catheterization may be involved. And so that's where I think it's really important with management to have cardiology involved early. I mentioned this briefly before, but it's really important to know that myocarditis has a very high fatality rate, up to about 50% in published series. I think as we get better at recognizing myocarditis, that fatality rate will likely go down, but catching a cardiac IRE late can have some very serious implications for our patients. So immediately recognizing that a cardiac workup is necessary, and referring early to cardiology is really important, no matter what grade of cardiac IRE we see. And I do think that with cardiac IREs, it's really, is it an inpatient workup? Does it require immediate cardiac consultation and workup? If there are elevated troponins that are going up, or conduction abnormalities, does that patient need to be in a cardiac unit? I think those are the major things to keep in mind with management. Another thing, I think, that is really important because of the high fatality rate: starting corticosteroids early. So like our other IREs, you can start corticosteroids that 1 to 2 mgs per kg per day. And doing that early has the potential to quickly improve cardiac inflammation, keep people from the very serious and potentially fatal side effects for cardiac IREs. And it really doesn't have that much of a consequence in the short term. So I think in discussions about this guideline, we all felt that if a patient has a Grade 2 or higher IRE-- so that's anything that has a cardiac biomarker that's abnormal plus symptoms of any kind-- it's important to keep in mind early steroids and early cardiac consultation. For very, very severe cases where management with corticosteroids is not improving the patient's status, then we highly recommend considering cardiac transplant rejection doses, which would be methyl pred at 1 gram daily, or adding other immunosuppressants. So there are not as many studies as we would like, but mycophenolate, infliximab, antithymocyte globulin have all been reported. There have also been case reports on abatacept or alemtuzumab, with good outcomes. So those are things to consider, of course, with cardiology input for severe cases. BRITTANY HARVEY: Thank you. Those are important notes for clinicians to keep in mind for management and evaluation. So then, the second category that you mentioned, what are the key recommendations for identification, evaluation, and management of venous thromboembolism? PAULINE FONTAINE: So for identification, most everyone listening to this podcast knows what a venous thromboembolism looks like. That's extremity swelling, extremity pain, sometimes accompanied by fever, pleuritic pain, cough, dyspnea. And the evaluation is the same as what you would see in clinic. That would be venous ultrasounds for any suspected deep vein thromboembolisms. And CT, PE for any suspected pulmonary embolism. And of course, a VQ scan if you can't do that type of CT. And the management is the same as what you would normally do in clinic. So if it's a superficial thrombosis, that would be a grade 1. You would do a warm compress, do supportive care. But importantly, you can continue the immune checkpoint inhibitor per our recommendations. For grade 2, so a symptomatic thrombosis, a deep vein thrombosis, that would require anticoagulation. But again, once anticoagulation has been started, the recommendation is that it is safe to continue the immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy, because at this point, you're protected. Should be, in theory, protected from future embolic events. And then, I think the major thing is that for management in general once there is anticoagulation on board, then there isn't necessarily a reason to hold immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy. I think that the major reasons we would recommend to hold it are life threatening consequences, organ damage. So grade 4 embolic event, where you would have to admit the patient. And then it becomes a risk benefit discussion after an admission. In general, I think the recognition and treatment are the same in terms of venous thromboemboli that are identified in the context of immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy. The major thing is just to know that it exists as a potential side effect, that the incidences appear to be higher, and that there is something about immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy that may put our patients at higher risk for these embolic events. BRITTANY HARVEY: Definitely. That's key to know, and particularly also when to hold or continue ICPI therapy. So then in your view, Dr. Fontaine, how will these recommendations for management of cardiovascular toxicities impact both clinicians and patients? PAULINE FONTAINE: I think the major thing is to know that these exist. The overall cardiac toxicities are less common, so if we're talking about myocarditis, that is a pretty rare event. But it's important to know that this is an event that is potentially fatal, that that fatality happens often, and that myocarditis can occur along with a myositis, and in some cases with myasthenia gravis. So these are three different rare side effects that can happen together, sometimes in pairs, sometimes in triplets, sometimes just one of them. But any one of these three has a higher risk for fatality. So I think just to know that it's out there. So that that is just hanging around in the differential for someone who is tired or out of breath. It may be pulmonary, but also keep in mind that it could be cardiac, and that is serious, and that should be worked up early and treated early. I think that's the major thing that I hope these guidelines do, is put these important but rare side effects out there and potentially save lives. I will say for VTEs, for venous thromboemboli, again, so PE can happen, and it can be fatal. I think this is not as rare, but of course, it's not rare in our patient population either. So these are things that we already look out for. Just, I think, if this podcast and the guidelines can add to the education that immune checkpoint inhibitors will increase the risk of thromboembolism, I think that those are the important takeaways. BRITTANY HARVEY: Absolutely. Recognition of these IREs is a common theme across the affected organ sites that we've heard in many of these podcast episodes. So I want to thank you for your work on these guidelines and for taking the time to speak with me today, Dr. Fontaine. PAULINE FONTAINE: Thank you for having me. BRITTANY HARVEY: And thank you to all of our listeners for tuning in to the ASCO Guidelines podcast series. Stay tuned for additional episodes on the management of immune related adverse events. To read the full guideline, go to www.asco.org/supportive care guidelines. You can also find many of our guidelines and interactive resources in the free ASCO guidelines app, available in iTunes or the Google Play store. If you've enjoyed what you've heard today, please rate and review the podcast and be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode.
hello, Hello, HELLO friends! Were back with another episode to close out American Pharmacist Month. This month were bringing pharmacists all month long and we are excited to welcome Dr. Miami, we mean Dr. Aisha Shokoya, PharmD, BCPS! She giving us all the insight on being a Clinical Oncology Pharmacist. Listen in and learn! Also, it's still American Pharmacist Month and we are passionate about you knowing your pharmacist. Go to www.knowyourpharmacist.org to for a free download of 10 Questions to Ask Your Pharmacist! Here's what you'll learn in this episode: All about the COVID 19 vaccine for children under 12 years old. The role of a Clinical Oncology Pharmacist How to help manage the side effects of cancer treatment. Why self-care for Doctors is so important. Links COVID-19 Vaccines for Children and Teens | CDC - Ms Rx Geek About our Guests: Dr. Aisha Shokoya Aisha Shokoya, PharmD, BCPS is a clinical oncology pharmacist at the Miami Cancer Institute. She graduated with a PharmD degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University and afterwards completed her post graduate residency training at the Cleveland Clinic. Outside of helping cancer patients on a daily basis, Aisha enjoys blogging and teaching the next generation of pharmacists. She is also Founder and creator of her brand MsRxGeek where she helps inspire, motivate and teach those who are passionate about the field pharmacy. Connect with Dr. Aisha on Instagram: instagram.com/ms.rxgeek Enjoying the show, leave us a review on your favorite podcast platform and connect with 3 friends TALK: 3friendsTALK.com instagram.com/3friendsTALK facebook.com/3friendsTALK
According to the Cleveland Clinic, over 50% of men experience erectile dysfunction! Particularly those over the age of 40. Dealing with this condition can of course put a damper on romance, lead to depression and fatigue, and much more.According to the Cleveland Clinic, over 50% of men experience erectile dysfunction! Particularly those over the age of 40. Dealing with this condition can of course put a damper on romance, lead to depression and fatigue, and much more.Dr. Deb Matthew MD, The Happy Hormones Doctor, is a best-selling author, international speaker, educator, wife, and mother of four.She is also the founder and Medical Director of Signature Wellness, as well as the President of the North Carolina Integrative Medicine Society.In this episode from January 2021, Dr. Deb will answer all your questions about low T and men's sexual health, including what causes low T? Are there natural remedies instead of that little blue pill? Are my prescriptions causing my ED? Am I losing interest because I'm getting older? and why you can't "oyster" yourself out of a low testosterone problem.
Shar Jossell is our third mic. this week and the conversations are juicy! Is too much self love bad? Would the Millennials in the room want to be Gen Z'ers. Also, how to prevent seasonal depression as we go through daylight saving time. Let's go there! Special guests: Olivier Knox - Washington Post reporter. Ian Duncan - Transportation reporter for the Washington Post. Dr. Alicia Roth, Clinical Health Psychologist at Cleveland Clinic and Board Certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. Parisa Ghanbari - Registered Psychotherapist/ relationship expert. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Here's an objective look at the latest science investigating the durability of immunity from prior infection plus results from serially testing antibodies after contracting COVID-19 in December of 2020. Related: Save your seat in the Blood Work MasterClass Live Training eClass This two-part live webinar and video eCourse will teach you about patterns and trends in your blood work to help optimize your health and lifespan. Live Training Tuesday, Nov 16th @ 5:00 PM PST Live Training Tuesday, Nov 30th @ 5:00 PM PST Follow this link to RSVP: https://courses.highintensityhealth.com/store/hgwDdo2p Links to resources and references: https://bit.ly/305VoS4 Time Stamps: 0:09 New CDC Study 1:07 Big Picture Overview 1:41 Antibodies 11 months later 3:05 CDC Study results differ from other data 3:26 T cell immunity 4:09 Innate VS Adaptive Immunity 5:05 Spanish Flu survivors have Abs 90 years later 5:50 Blood Work MasterClass Live 6:38 Testing Antibodies: how to do it 7:21 Why do we ignore prior infection 9:00 Number Needed to Treat in prior immunity VS Vaccine 9:58 Israel Data on reinfection rates 10:55 Cleveland Clinic study of 50,000 11:17 UCLA study of 6,000 12:11 Systemic Review of multiple studies o 13:30 Podcast recap References: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2021). Laboratory-Confirmed COVID-19 Among Adults Hospitalized with COVID-19–Like Illness with Infection-Induced or mRNA Vaccine-Induced SARS-CoV-2 Immunity — Nine States, January–September 2021, 1–6. RESEARCH NEWS: Antibodies To 1918 Flu Found In Elderly Survivors https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=93675590 BMJ, J. B.,. (2021). Vaccinating people who have had covid-19: why doesn't natural immunity count in the US? Bmj.com. http://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.n2101&domain=pdf&date_stamp=13-9-2021 Shenai, M. B., Rahme, R., & Noorchashm, H. (2021). Equivalency of Protection From Natural Immunity in COVID-19 Recovered Versus Fully Vaccinated Persons: A Systematic Review and Pooled Analysis. Cureus, 13(10). http://doi.org/10.7759/cureus.19102 Kojima, N. (2021). Necessity of COVID-19 Vaccination in Previously Infected Individuals: A Retrospective Cohort Study, 1–22. http://doi.org/10.1101/2021.06.01.21258176 Kojima, N. (2021). Incidence of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 infection among previously infected or vaccinated employees, 1–11. http://doi.org/10.1101/2021.07.03.21259976 Kojima, N., Health, N. S. E. T.,. (2021). A Systematic Review of the Protective Effect of Prior SARS-CoV-2 Infection on Repeat Infection. Journals.Sagepub.com. http://doi.org/10.1177/01632787211047932
Dr. Robert Saper, yoga teacher and Chair of the Department of Wellness and Preventative Medicine at Cleveland Clinic, discusses how integrated yoga and medicine can dismantle systemic racism by addressing chronic illness in the BIPOC community.
Two men, one woman, two guns. With special guest Joel! isit/support/contact us: Patreon Facebook Instagram Twitter MERCH Amazon Wishlist Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out our sponsors How to See a Man About a Dog: Collected Writings and Art Legends in History Podcast. Sources: Lenora on haunted palace blog John Knox Laughton. Dr. Marjorie Bloy's “A Web of English History.” Kristeen Cherney MD on Healthline. Corrosion Doctors. Cleveland Clinic. Wiki: Francis Seymour, John Montagu, Hellfire Club, Love in a Village Watford Observer. Old Bailey Online Trial Transcripts Newspapers.com: Manchester Weekly Times Our Fake History by Sebastian Major The Martha Ray murder case Rev. James Hackman Fatal Triangle | History The Murder of Martha Reay: Victim Blaming in 18th Century England Music: Waltz Of The Rising Daylight by MusicLFiles Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/6346-waltz-of-the-rising-daylight License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Plucky Daisy by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4226-plucky-daisy License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Evil Plan by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3725-evil-plan License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Today, more than 34 million Americans (1 in 10) have diabetes and 88 million (1 in 3) have prediabetes, which can develop into Type 2 diabetes. November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, and in this special episode of Smart Business Solutions we speak with Nicole Selinsky, Diabetes Education Coordinator at Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital. Nicole discusses the types of diabetes and how they differ, the ways they effect the body, major symptoms and warning signs and the treatments currently available.
Episode 223: According to the Cleveland Clinic, "more than 84% of those with prediabetes don't even know they have it since prediabetes often has no symptoms." In this episode, we're joined by Nicole Smith, Diabetes Program Consultant, & Liz Curry, Diabetes Coordinator at the Ohio Department of Health, to talk about prediabetes and why employers should be concerned about it.. For more information about the PCSC, visit PortageCountySafetyCouncil.com today
Alcohol septal ablation is a treatment for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, performed at Cleveland Clinic since the late 1980's. Dr. Samir Kapadia describes hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), how this treatment is used and who the best candidates are. Dr. Kapadia discussed outcomes of septal ablation vs. surgery (septal myectomy). HCM requires a team approach involving cardiologists, surgeons and genetic counselors to plan the best procedure for each individual patient.
We're really privileged to have Cameron Mitchell, Founder and CEO of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, the CRM Group on this episode. And he is no stranger to anyone in central Ohio. And now Cameron Mitchell Restaurants are breaking out on the national scene, with restaurants from coast to coast. We're going to hear more about his success, his origins, where it all came from, and some of the challenges that they have in the restaurant industry today. And we'll get Cameron's take on the 10 most controversial restaurant policies. Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR) will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2022, and Mitchell has enjoyed success as a lifelong entrepreneur, accomplished businessman, culinary expert and nationally recognized restaurateur. Cameron has been a much-needed voice for the industry, pushing for PPP loan amendments for the hospitality sector, being appointed as one of 18 CEO's on Ohio Governor DeWine's Economic Recovery Task Force, collaborating with the Cleveland Clinic to create a company-wide safety protocol, writing op-eds for national hospitality trade publications, and appearing on national television representing not only CMR, but other independent restaurant companies. With an entrepreneur's energy, vision and passion, Mitchell's sights are set on the development of new restaurant concepts, and the expansion of concepts currently in his company's portfolio, particularly Ocean Prime (known in Columbus, OH, as Mitchell's Ocean Club). Plans include the continued introduction of this concept in major metropolitan markets throughout the United States. Among his service to numerous local charities and committees in Columbus, Ohio, where he lives with his family, is his dedication to The United Way, Nationwide Children's Hospital Foundation, and the Columbus State Community College Foundation. Cameron chaired the capital campaign, led by his $3.5 million donation, towards the newly opened Mitchell Hall, a $40 million, state-of-the-art Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts School at Columbus State. He is also an active member of the Young President's Gold Organization, the Columbus Partnership, and he serves on the board of directors of the charter school, KIPP Columbus. The Driving the Cbus podcast co-hosts, Scott McComb, CEO of Heartland Bank and Kailyn Bucklew (McComb), a third-generation community banker, offer two different perspectives as they sit down and get real with local business owners. From well-established companies to startups, small businesses are the heart and soul of Columbus. Tune in to find out how it all began, what keeps them up at night – the current struggles they face, and what successes they are most proud of with some entertaining stories along the way.
What does science say about intermittent fasting? Is it an effective weight management tool? Does it have applications in other health conditions? And how does it impact those who suffer from disordered eating? Join us and NBC's Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer, RDN, to find out! In this accredited webinar, Joy speaks to researcher Dr Sofia Cienfuegos, RDN, and Cleveland Clinic's Julia Zumpano, RDN, about the pros and cons of intermittent fasting within dietetic practice. Sofia and Julia will also share their thoughts on the best way to work with patients looking to adopt this popular way of eating. For the shownotes: https://dietitianconnection.com/category/podcasts/ This podcast is not, and is not intended to be, medical advice, which should be tailored to your individual circumstances. This podcast is for your information only, and we advise that you exercise your own judgment before deciding to use the information provided. Professional medical advice should be obtained before taking action. Please see here for terms and conditions: https://dietitianconnection.com/terms/
Thursday, October 28, 2021: President Biden asks for Democratic votes for his Build Back Better plan while Senator Mitt Romney jokes about hold-out Senator Kyrsten Sinema being “the boss,” Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals worry about another COVID-19 wave, Multi-platinum country singer Chase Rice is bringing a country music venue to The Flats, 14 couples hold Halloween-themed weddings in Akron, 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=6q3Ft7NEAaI 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: President Biden announces 'historic' deal, asks Democrats for votes https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/paid-leave-billionaire-tax-biden-plan-manchin-sinema/507-0cac52b0-0a31-4eae-bb21-7d7d2d5f4194 A key deadline for receiving child tax credit comes Monday https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/child-tax-credit-november-deadline/507-90d5fd3c-fc2a-4b05-b27f-e8518c1a929d Ohio House passes "Aisha's Law," bill that grants additional protections to domestic violence survivors https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cleveland/ohio-house-hb3-aishas-law-passes-goes-to-senate/95-3035ce53-4e6f-4323-84c7-3c97456c2a5a Suspect arrested in connection with murder of Frank Q. Jackson, grandson of Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/crime/suspect-arrested-murder-frank-q-jackson-grandson-cleveland-mayor/95-f891e8af-951b-45ad-8b00-9f683b4dfe3a COVID-19 in Ohio: State reports 4,190 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 Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals discuss when Northeast Ohio may experience 'the next wave' of COVID infections https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/covid-19-ohio-cleveland-clinic-university-hospitals/95-74619c8a-4528-45be-bca5-2eaf54e171f7 Cleveland Hopkins Airport announces Alaska Airlines will provide nonstop service to Seattle in 2022 https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cleveland/cleveland-hopkins-international-airport-announcement/95-050e140c-7b16-49fd-9780-91f83d7044c6 Starbucks raising pay up to $23 per hour https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/starbucks-raising-wages/507-8e37d3f7-f4ba-4c09-a475-4ea62536cfd6 'Can't wait to welcome y'all in December!': Country music star Chase Rice to open new entertainment venue in Cleveland https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/chase-rice-new-music-flats-east-bank/95-e0dc3acf-12f5-4687-ae4c-e7ad4867ec7b Chipotle creates 'virtual restaurant' to keep free Halloween burrito tradition alive https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/chipotle-halloween-free-burritos-roblox-boorito/507-898e1b0b-b58d-47c0-b205-9e4b0f35e10e ‘Til death do us part: 14 couples get married with Halloween-themed weddings at Akron Civic Theatre https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/akron/halloween-themed-weddings-akron-civic-theatre/95-d151490e-6638-43b5-a78c-3600d9033f3f
Cleveland Clinic recently opened a clinical trial to determine the maximum tolerated dose of a vaccine in patients with non-metastatic triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC). The breast cancer vaccine was invented and developed by Cleveland Clinic immunologist Vincent Tuohy, PhD, and his research team. Cleveland Clinic medical oncologist and principal investigator, G. Thomas Budd, MD, joins the Cancer Advances podcast to discuss the trial origins and what we are looking to accomplish.
Cleveland Clinic is in the early stages of a trial that will look at a preventative breast cancer vaccine. Here to talk about the vaccine is Thomas Budd, MD. The principal investigator on the trial, Budd explains how this vaccine could work, the type of breast cancer this trial is targeting and the timeline for the vaccine's development.
In today's episode, we share an extremely important conversation with Dr. Pederson to discuss the risk assessment for breast cancer, genetic testing, 3D mammograms, and the correlation between breast density and breast cancer. Dr Holly Pederson is Director of Medical Breast Services at Cleveland Clinic and an expert on breast cancer and its risk factors. Dr. Pederson explains that risk assessment involves a careful, thorough intake of family history with cancer and reporting the results to a health care provider to see your testing eligibility. She also discusses the risks with breast density and her excitement for future studies that will better reveal our risks for breast cancer. Subscribe to Hot Flashes & Cool Topics podcast on any podcast platform. www.hotflashescooltopics.com
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd is joined by EP specialist Dr Bhargava from the Cleveland Clinic. They discuss his Education in Heart paper on PVCs, covering assessment, drugs and ablation. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automatically downloaded to your phone and computer. Also, please consider leaving us a review at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/heart-podcast/id445358212?mt=2 Link to published paper: https://heart.bmj.com/content/early/2021/07/13/heartjnl-2020-318628
Tuesday, October 26, 2021: Stanley Ford receives 9 consecutive life sentences for 2 deadly Akron fires, Bedford High School moves to online learning due to violence and threats among students, the Cleveland Clinic begins a vaccine trial for the most deadly form of breast cancer, The Foo Fighters sell out a special show on Thursday at Cleveland's House of Blues, former Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert gets a perfect score on Dancing With the Stars, 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=OmB1DbJvlCA 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: Stanley Ford receives 9 consecutive life sentences without parole for fatal Akron fires https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/crime/stanley-ford-sentenced-akron-fires-killed-9-people/95-a9869f03-e9b2-4747-9c11-b17e118aa28d Bedford High School temporarily shifts to all-remote learning following 'fights and threats of violence' among students https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/education/bedford-high-school-all-remote-learning-fights-threats-of-violence-students/95-cb699706-02d5-481d-a6c2-976bce095dc3 Cleveland Clinic researchers begin trial for vaccine they hope will help prevent triple-negative breast cancer https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/breast-cancer/cleveland-clinic-trial-vaccine-triple-negative-breast-cancer/95-e550f069-1aa8-431e-86bc-a1538403f421 COVID-19 in Ohio: State reports 3,807 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 Multiple lanes reopen afer being closed on I-90 in both directions due to water main break on Cleveland east side https://www.wkyc.com/article/traffic/multiple-lanes-closed-i-90-water-main-break-cleveland/95-3625d39a-69b4-4ace-96c9-beaa1fdb62cd Foo Fighters to play special concert at House of Blues Cleveland before Rock Hall induction https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/music/rock-hall/foo-fighters-to-play-special-concert-house-of-blues-cleveland-before-rock-hall-induction/95-4ad4fa78-2d32-420e-883d-f542e001c2d4 Watch: Former Cavs guard Iman Shumpert goes viral for 'Dancing with the Stars' performance https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nba/cavaliers/iman-shumpert-dancing-with-the-stars-10-26-2021/95-5109d61c-b63d-40fd-9612-9696d2dae8b3
Butts & Guts continues our Breast Cancer Awareness Month series with Julie Lang, MD and Stephanie Valente, MD discussing lymphovenous bypass surgery and its connection to breast cancer. Learn more about this procedure and the advances being made in breast surgery at Cleveland Clinic.
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
1:01 -Vice President of the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies at The Heritage Foundation, Lt Col James Carafano, reviews Joe Biden's CNN Townhall performance Check out Jim Carafano's new book Brutal War: Jungle Fighting in Papua New Guinea, 1942here 1:21 -Roger D Klein, MD, JD, expert with the Regulatory Transparency Project's FDA and Health Working Group. Former Director of Molecular Oncology at the Cleveland Clinic, former advisor to the FDA, CDC, CMS, and HHS, says fear is driving the push to vaccinate healthy children For more on Dr. Klein – rogerdklein.com 1:38 -George Richter is a Bristol Kendall Fire Protection District firefighter who was fired for insubordination More on George's story here 1:55 -Thomas DeVore, attorney with Silver Lake Law, Ltd, is representing 145 school districts against Illinois' COVID restrictions More on the lawsuit here See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
THIS WEEK:*Amateur Nation censors me again! More proof that I'm doing something right!The Cleveland Clinic wipes its a** with The Hippocratic Oath.*What do you think of when I say, “Legos”? Did you say, “stepping on one in your bare feet?” Wrong, amateur. The correct answer is, “sexual ideologies and identities”, doy. Don't worry, there's a whole institute making sure your kids have the fun sucked out of everything! *Parents: just have sex, crank out your kids and turn them over to corporations, lobbies and the government! They'll take it from here!*The “A” in “Stephen A. Smith” stands for “amateur”. He knows what's right for Kyrie Irving!PLUS:*On “A La Carte”: thick thighs, Burger King, and racist, lying fraud, Bubba Wallace is finally a winner—in name only.*On “3 Pro Things”: Texas says, “Let's go, Brandon!”, a billionaire spends his private stash to protect our country, and a common sense tweet about the “gene experiment” and guilty consciences. Get podcast previews and other fun content every Thursday at 7 a.m. Eastern! Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wuyAWqGet the book! https://amzn.to/2qWAOlz Facebook: https://facebook.com/lousantinientertainment Instagram: @lou.santini3 Website: www.lousantini.com
Howie's Heart Surgery I kept the following log so I could keep Howie's extensive friend list up to date on his progress. 1/4/15 The whole day of preparing for, flying to and arriving at the Cleveland Clinic for Howies open heart surgery had me so freaked out, I couldn't speak. I just tried to smile and act confident but kept tearing up. I knew I was in the edge when I read a Facebook post by Dr Wynn recounting her trying day, that included a cat spraying her hair right before going out to see the Phantom of the Opera, and I burst out crying. Howie has a bad mitral valve, which means that when his heart pumps the valve doesn't shut all the way and some of the blood leaks backward, rather than pushing through his system. He's had a murmur his whole life, but the last 4 years the situation has worsened, and in the last few months he's become short of breath just from walking out to the car. 1/5/15 Howie spent the entire day being poked, poked again to confirm, prodded, x-rayed, and sonogrammed. I think this is the worst part for him. He just hates needles. The day started at 7 am and ran until almost 5 pm. Hi, I'm Carole Baskin and I've been writing my story since I was able to write, but when the media goes to share it, they only choose the parts that fit their idea of what will generate views. If I'm going to share my story, it should be the whole story. The titles are the dates things happened. If you have any interest in who I really am please start at the beginning of this playlist: http://savethecats.org/ I know there will be people who take things out of context and try to use them to validate their own misconception, but you have access to the whole story. My hope is that others will recognize themselves in my words and have the strength to do what is right for themselves and our shared planet. You can help feed the cats at no cost to you using Amazon Smile! Visit BigCatRescue.org/Amazon-smile You can see photos, videos and more, updated daily at BigCatRescue.org Check out our main channel at YouTube.com/BigCatRescue Music (if any) from Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com) This video is for entertainment purposes only and is my opinion.
The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic is a Cleveland Cinic-Amwell JV offering a second opinion service. On this episode, David catches up with CEO Frank McGillin to discuss the present and future of telemedicine at this unique point in time. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play HealthcareNOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
A client has a history of two heart attacks and a kidney transplant. There's no way they can safely receive massage, right? Maybe not. Join us for a short exploration of the miracles of kidney transplant surgery, the pathophysiology of heart attacks, and the surprising number of options this massage therapist has to offer safe, effective bodywork to this client. Sponsors: Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com Books of Discovery: www.booksofdiscovery.com Host Bio: Ruth Werner is a former massage therapist, a writer, and an NCBTMB-approved continuing education provider. She wrote A Massage Therapist's Guide to Pathology, now in its seventh edition, which is used in massage schools worldwide. Werner is also a long-time Massage & Bodywork columnist, most notably of the Pathology Perspectives column. Werner is also ABMP's partner on Pocket Pathology, a web-based app and quick reference program that puts key information for nearly 200 common pathologies at your fingertips. Werner's books are available at www.booksofdiscovery.com. And more information about her is available at www.ruthwerner.com. Recent Articles by Ruth: “Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy and Massage Therapy,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, September/October 2021, page 33, http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1402696-september-october-2021/34. “Pharmacology Basics for Massage Therapists,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, July/August 2021, page 32, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1384577-july-august-2021/34. “Critical Thinking,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, May/June 2021, page 54, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1358392-may-june-2021/56. Check out ABMP's Pocket Pathology: www.abmp.com/abmp-pocket-pathology-app Resources: The ABMP Podcast Ep 75 – Kidney Donor: “I Have a Client Who …” Pathology Conversations with Ruth Werner (2021) Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals. Available at: https://www.abmp.com/podcasts/ep-75-kidney-donor-i-have-client-who-pathology-conversations-ruth-werner “Get Informed.” National Foundation for Transplants (no date). Available at: https://transplants.org/get-informed/ “Can You Have a Heart Attack Without Having Any Blocked Arteries?” Cleveland Clinic (2020). Available at: https://health.clevelandclinic.org/can-you-have-a-heart-attack-without-having-any-blocked-arteries/ “Organ Donation and Transplantation Statistics.” National Kidney Foundation (2014). Available at: https://www.kidney.org/news/newsroom/factsheets/Organ-Donation-and-Transplantation-Stats Organ transplant trends: “More deceased-donor transplants than ever.” UNOS (no date). Available at: https://unos.org/data/transplant-trends/ About our sponsors: Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function. Website: anatomytrains.com Email: email@example.com Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains Instagram: instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA
Southwest Airlines CEO blames the BLAH BLAH mandate and President Biden for requiring airlines to implement a BLAH BLAH mandate. The woke mob strikes again and CANCELS Halloween. A Seattle elementary school canceled Halloween due to a lack of participation by the African-American males. Why is one small group controlling what the rest of the students can do? Twitter stated recently that it's working on a way to be able to tell you, in advance, whether or not a conversation you're about to join might become “heated.” The quest to eradicate your free thought is the FINAL goal. The Cleveland Clinic has halted a lifesaving kidney transplant because the BLAH BLAH mandate requires both donor and recipient to be fully BLAH BLAH. Gov. Newsom signed another law, and this time it targets how toys get displayed. Retailers with more than 500 employees will be required to display toys to be sold in areas not specified by gender. How is this suppose to help? Today's Sponsors Get TASER Pulse Plus today and save 15% at http://Taser.com with promo code “CHAD” Protect your most valuable asset. Go to http://HomeTitleLock.com and register your address to see if you're already a victim. And use promo code RADIO for 30 free days of protection. Get free activation with the offer code CHAD! They always have special discounts for veterans and First Responders and for multi-line accounts. Support a company that loves America, loves you AND shares YOUR values. http://PATRIOTMOBILE.com/CHAD Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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.