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Horse Illustrated: The HALTER Project; Photographer Shelley Paulson; and Horse Clinics for Jan 25, 2022 from Straight Arrow Products

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 67:30


We speak to Julie Atwood, founder of the HALTER Project, which provides resources and training to help animal owners be prepared for disasters and common emergencies. Shelley Paulson shares her adventures as an equestrian photographer who is commonly featured in Horse Illustrated and in other publications. And Dale Rudin talks about horse training and getting the most out of horse clinics. Listen in....Horse Illustrated HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2858 – Show Notes and Links:Hosted by: Sarah Conrad, Digital Content Editor of Horse Illustrated & Young Rider and Glenn the Geek, host of Horses in the Morning.Title Sponsor: Straight Arrow Family of ProductsPresenting Sponsor: Horse IllustratedSPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFER FROM HORSE ILLUSTRATED: We have special rates posted on our website for a Horse Illustrated magazine subscription in any format—print, digital, or a combo subscription for both options. Plus, if you'd like to get our sister publication for a special kid in your life, we also offer special rates on Young Rider magazine, which is the horse magazine for tweens and teens ages 8 to 15. So check out our website at www.horseillustrated.com/hrn for special rates designed for our podcast listeners.Guest: Julie Atwood, founder of the HALTER Project, for more on disaster planning from Horse Illustrated, visit When Disaster Strikes.Guest: Shelley Paulson, Shelley Paulson Education: www.shelleypaulsoneducation.com Website: www.shelleypaulson.com  Equine Stock Photo Library: https://shelleypaulsonstock.comGuest: Dale Rudin of Pure Joy Horse Haven and  Pure Joy HorsemanshipLink:  Dale Rudin wrote two articles in the last two issues of Horse Illustrated.  Getting the Most Out of Clinics and Rescue? Me?—A Sudden Realization Creates a Change in Horse Training TacticsMagazine articles mentioned in this episode: Visit Horse IllustratedThere's an App for that!  Check out the new Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidFollow Horse Radio Network on Twitter or follow Horses In The Morning on FacebookSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)

Horses in the Morning
Horse Illustrated: The HALTER Project; Photographer Shelley Paulson; and Horse Clinics for Jan 25, 2022 from Straight Arrow Products

Horses in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 67:30


We speak to Julie Atwood, founder of the HALTER Project, which provides resources and training to help animal owners be prepared for disasters and common emergencies. Shelley Paulson shares her adventures as an equestrian photographer who is commonly featured in Horse Illustrated and in other publications. And Dale Rudin talks about horse training and getting the most out of horse clinics. Listen in....Horse Illustrated HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2858 – Show Notes and Links:Hosted by: Sarah Conrad, Digital Content Editor of Horse Illustrated & Young Rider and Glenn the Geek, host of Horses in the Morning.Title Sponsor: Straight Arrow Family of ProductsPresenting Sponsor: Horse IllustratedSPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFER FROM HORSE ILLUSTRATED: We have special rates posted on our website for a Horse Illustrated magazine subscription in any format—print, digital, or a combo subscription for both options. Plus, if you'd like to get our sister publication for a special kid in your life, we also offer special rates on Young Rider magazine, which is the horse magazine for tweens and teens ages 8 to 15. So check out our website at www.horseillustrated.com/hrn for special rates designed for our podcast listeners.Guest: Julie Atwood, founder of the HALTER Project, for more on disaster planning from Horse Illustrated, visit When Disaster Strikes.Guest: Shelley Paulson, Shelley Paulson Education: www.shelleypaulsoneducation.com Website: www.shelleypaulson.com  Equine Stock Photo Library: https://shelleypaulsonstock.comGuest: Dale Rudin of Pure Joy Horse Haven and  Pure Joy HorsemanshipLink:  Dale Rudin wrote two articles in the last two issues of Horse Illustrated.  Getting the Most Out of Clinics and Rescue? Me?—A Sudden Realization Creates a Change in Horse Training TacticsMagazine articles mentioned in this episode: Visit Horse IllustratedThere's an App for that!  Check out the new Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidFollow Horse Radio Network on Twitter or follow Horses In The Morning on FacebookSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)

St. Louis on the Air
Why some Missouri doctors are ditching the insurance system for ‘direct primary care' clinics

St. Louis on the Air

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 21:40


Dr. Lauren Mitchell and Dr. Jennifer Allen explain why they've joined estimated 30-plus Missouri physicians by establishing clinics outside the insurance-based system. Direct primary care clinics charge monthly fees, but doctors say they are overall more affordable and more flexible for patients.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 01.12.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 60:38


Research shows hemp compounds prevent coronavirus from entering human cells   Oregon State University, January 11, 2022 Hemp compounds identified by Oregon State University research via a chemical screening technique invented at OSU show the ability to prevent the virus that causes COVID-19 from entering human cells. Van Breemen and collaborators, including scientists at Oregon Health & Science University, found that a pair of cannabinoid acids bind to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, blocking a critical step in the process the virus uses to infect people. The compounds are cannabigerolic acid, or CBGA, and cannabidiolic acid, CBDA, and the spike protein is the same drug target used in COVID-19 vaccines and antibody therapy. A drug target is any molecule critical to the process a disease follows, meaning its disruption can thwart infection or disease progression.   Tomato concentrate could help reduce chronic intestinal inflammation associated with HIV   University of California Los Angeles, January 11, 2021 New UCLA-led research in mice suggests that adding a certain type of tomato concentrate to the diet can reduce the intestinal inflammation that is associated with HIV. Left untreated, intestinal inflammation can accelerate arterial disease, which in turn can lead to heart attack and stroke. The findings provide clues to how the altered intestinal tract affects disease-causing inflammation in people with chronic HIV infection, suggesting that targeting the inflamed intestinal wall may be a novel way to prevent the systemic inflammation that persists even when antiviral therapy is effective in controlling a person's HIV.     Too much sitting could mean worse outcomes for cancer survivors   Cancer Care Alberta (Canada), January 11, 2022 A new study shows those who sit too much and are not physically active are much more likely to die early from cancer or any other cause than those who are more active. Data on cancer survivors who took part in the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 2007 to 2014 showed that inactive survivors who reported sitting more than eight hours a day were at the highest risk of dying. "Cancer survivors who did not meet the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans [150 minutes per week of moderate-to-vigorous intensity leisure-time physical activity] and sit longer than eight hours per day had more than a fivefold increase in the risk of death from all causes—cancer and non-cancer," said lead researcher Lin Yang. The link was particularly troubling because the researchers found that as many as one-third of cancer survivors didn't exercise and sat more than six hours a day. Only about one-third got the recommended 150 hours of exercise a week, Yang said.     Running could improve brain function in people with Gulf War illness   Texas A&M University, January 10, 2022 It has now been three decades since 700,000 American troops responded to the invasion of Kuwait in the first Gulf War, and more than a third of those troops still suffer from the same condition: Gulf War Illness (GWI). Previously labeled Gulf War syndrome, GWI is characterized by persistent reduced cognitive function, memory problems, mood and sleep disturbances, chronic pain and fatigue. The exact cause of GWI is not known, though it is suggested that some combination of the prophylactic drug pyridostigmine bromide (PB), the mosquito repellant N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide (DEET), insecticide permethrin (PER), multiple pesticides, low doses of Sarin, and chronic war-related stress are to blame. Positive findings notwithstanding, the impracticalities of a drug that is not yet approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) led Shetty to explore more accessible means. With perhaps the most simple of interventions that could be asked (certainly one familiar to our veterans), he found that running a few times each week could be powerful in the relief of GWI-related symptoms.     Why high-dose vitamin C kills cancer cells   Low levels of catalase enzyme make cancer cells vulnerable to high-dose vitamin C University of Iowa, January 9, 2022 Vitamin C has a patchy history as a cancer therapy, but researchers at the University of Iowa believe that is because it has often been used in a way that guarantees failure. Most vitamin C therapies involve taking the substance orally. However, the UI scientists have shown that giving vitamin C intravenously--and bypassing normal gut metabolism and excretion pathways--creates blood levels that are 100 - 500 times higher than levels seen with oral ingestion. It is this super-high concentration in the blood that is crucial to vitamin C's ability to attack cancer cells. Earlier work by UI redox biology expert Garry Buettner found that at these extremely high levels (in the millimolar range), vitamin C selectively kills cancer cells but not normal cells in the test tube and in mice. Physicians at UI Hospitals and Clinics are now testing the approach in clinical trials for pancreatic cancer and lung cancer that combine high-dose, intravenous vitamin C with standard chemotherapy or radiation. Earlier phase 1 trials indicated this treatment is safe and well-tolerated and hinted that the therapy improves patient outcomes. The current, larger trials aim to determine if the treatment improves survival. In a new study, published recently in the December issue of the journal Redox Biology, Buettner and his colleagues have homed in on the biological details of how high-dose vitamin C (also known as ascorbate) kills cancer cells.   People with early-onset Parkinson's disease may benefit from boosting niacin in diet   University of Leicester (UK), January 10, 2022 •    Team studied fruit flies with a mutation that mimics the human disease •    Niacin/Vitamin B3 is found in a variety of foods including meats and nuts •    Research suggests niacin boosts levels of NAD compound in body for energy generation and DNA repair, which is critical for keeping mitochondria in shape and Parkinson's at bay •    Drugs that block NAD-consuming DNA repair already exist to treat cancer - therefore these drugs could be repurposed to protect faulty mitochondria in Parkinson's disease "This study strengthens the therapeutic potential for Vitamin B3/niacin-based dietary interventions in the treatment of Parkinson's disease" - Dr Miguel Martins, MRC Toxicology Unit, University of Leicester People with certain forms of early-onset Parkinson's disease may benefit from boosting the amount of niacin in their diet, according to new research from the University of Leicester. Niacin, or Vitamin B3, is found in a variety of foods, including nuts and meat. The team from the MRC Toxicology Unit at the University of Leicester studied fruit flies with a mutation that mimics the human disease.     America's Crisis of Cultural Moral Panic   Richard Gale and Gary Null PhD Progressive Radio Network, January 12, 2022 It is one thing to show a man that he is in error and another to put him in touch with truth… No man's knowledge can go beyond his experience” – John Locke (Essays Concerning Human Understanding) Locke was not alone in questioning what we believe to be true knowledge, and pointing out the consequences of failing to discern falsehoods from reality. Locke was in excellent company.  Due to the scientific revolution, which inspired several generations of deep thinkers, naturalists and philosophers, including Rousseau, Kant, Spinoza, Darwin, Bacon and Voltaire, the Age of Enlightenment or the Age of Reason has dominated the intellectual world of ideas for nearly two centuries. Locke's statements remain pertinent because today there is a new generation that has been indoctrinated by the shortcomings of scientific materialism. It was intended to bring forth a new purity, an idyllic perfectionism of thought and beliefs founded alone upon objective inquiry. But now this higher ideal has degenerated into a juvenile revolution fuelling identity politics, the cancel culture of wokeness, and a passionate micro-aggression that derives hedonist pleasure in ridicule and insult. One of its more lofty goals is to end free speech as we know it – except for those who are woke. Other goals are to institute a faux collectivism and to abolish meritocracy or social rewards earned through effort and achievement. For many years, important voices of critical thought – Noam Chomsky, Henry Giroux, Jordan Peterson, to name a few, have been warning us that this day was rapidly approaching. However, since there are no dynamic leaders in the youth's woke moment of Maoist-style cleansing and purging of wrong-views, wrong attitudes and wrong beliefs, most of us in the older generations wrongly assume it would be a passing phase. But it wasn't. In fact, the consequences of this unleashed furor, evidenced by an absence of self-reflection and critical thought, has been channeled into a mob rule of dissent and abuse.  In the virtual world gatherings of protest across social media, it is nearly unstoppable. No one is challenging them, neither the mainstream media nor the majority of academia. Rather, corporate leaders and persuasive forces within the ranks of liberal democratic institutions are coming to their aid. Therefore, it proceeds under the cover of a silent political power to sustain its energy. On the other hand, today's youth have every reason to feel disenchanted and to suffer rampant existential angst, the emptiness of not feeling a deeper sense of purpose and meaning in the world at large.  American neoliberalism's and our educational system's single-minded attention on science and technology -- which in themselves are amoral disciplines -- and rote memorization and testing has resulted in two decades of our youth becoming increasingly illiterate in the humanities, critical evaluation and reflective inquiry.  It is also the most irreligious generation in American history. Without the skills of introspective thought to develop a sense of genuine well-being and true happiness, or what Plato called eudomonia as opposed to hedonia, (the pursuit of temporary or transient pleasures), our nation has tossed its youth to the rabid dogs of the social Darwinian rat race for survival. Therefore, it is not surprising that suicides among today's teens and twenty-somethings have risen 47 percentduring the past two decades.  Sadly the casualty rate is higher after we consider there are 36 percent more people living in their 20s today than there were at the turn of the century. Thirty-two percent of youth through their 20s have clinical anxiety disorders, 1 in 9 suffer from depression and almost 14 percent have ADHD.  Although the medical community would like us to believe these are either inherited or biological conditions attributable to brain chemical imbalances, there is absolutely no scientific consensus proving there is a direct, observable causal relationship between brain function and mental states.  Certainly there are correlated relationships; but correlation is not causation.  The latter is solely a belief, an assumption, without any conclusive and confirming data. The causes are elsewhere and perhaps to be found in our dysfunctional society and the complete breakdown of traditional ethical structures and universal values. In 1972, South African sociologist Stanley Cohen proposed the Moral Panic Theory, an irrational widespread fear that threatens one's sense of values, safety and cohesion to one's “tribal” identity.  This moral panic, Cohen observes, is bolstered by the injustices of the ruling elite and its mouthpieces in the media. It also centers aroundthose who society marginalizes and is based upon “ethnicity, class, sexuality, nationality and religion.” Ashley Grossman, writing for ThoughtCo, makes the point that those in power will ultimately most benefit from moral panics “since they lead to increased control of the population and the reinforcement of the authority of those in charge.” The panic aroused grassroots movements provides the government or state “to enact legislation and laws that would seem illegitimate without the perceived threat at the center of the moral panic.” The popular fear of the Covid-19 virus and the unvaccinated created by our federal health officials and their news media allies is another recent example of Moral Panic Theory. Unfortunately, most of the country has entered a Moral Panic phase: the vitriolic propaganda in both parties, the greed and opportunism of the oligarchic and corporate elite, QAnon and the Alt-Right, and the Woke-Left. Repeatedly woke students are demanding their schools and colleges make assurances that they are emotionally safe from ideas and philosophies that challenge their fragile comfort zones. Teachers and professors who challenge their students' illusions about knowledge and their fragile self-identity are being ostracized with calls for administrative dismissal. How many academicians are forced to remain silent to avoid the consequences of the new woke Inquisition? Such student actions are indicative of their weak sense of self-worth and existential angst; yet we must look at modern parental upbringing and our culture's leading elders, as noted by Jonathan Haidt, to diagnose the causal factors for this psychological catastrophe of two entire generations. Consequently, when collective panic reaches a threshold, Cohen's theory might explain the sudden eruption of irrational behavior entangled in the rise of a cancel culture built upon an intellectual anarchy that is frighteningly irrational. And it is equally endemic to the reactionary maleficence of white supremacists and militias. So when a new book emerges, White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo, and becomes the holy grail of woke truths, we are lectured that what will not be tolerated is any deviation or heresy its espoused twisted emerging social norm. The author's central theme is that if you have the misfortune of being born with the wrong genes into the wrong family a with the wrong skin color, you are a racist and will be such for the remainder of your days.  Hence every White person is condemned with a defective moniker blazed across the forehead. And since meritocracy likewise is damned, all achievements are reduced to an inherited privilege of having been born Caucasian.  Your attempt to defend yourself and profess your free speech is a testament of your heresy. No apology or act of humility can save you. It is a life sentence without parole for good behavior. White Fragility is already being taught in many schools, with the full cooperation of teacher unions and school administrators. Resistance will be a subversive act and an admission of your racism. It is critical to observe this may be heading towards a new paradigm of Orwellian social control. Yet there is barely a shred of credible scientific evidence to support DiAngelo's hypotheses.  It is a flawed opinion, and a dangerous one at that.  Worse, its long-reaching conclusions could advocate for a repressive regime of a future scientism dictatorship that Nobel laureate Bertrand Russell warned.  Russell noted that “collective passions” have a penchant to inflame “hatred and rivalry directed towards other groups.” He was acutely aware that “science is no substitute for virtue; the heart is as necessary for the good life as the head.” And DiAngelo's screed falls into the dark abysmal waters of genetic determinism that gave rise to racist fascism. Russell further cautioned that this distorted over-reliance on faux science could be “a curse to mankind.” Perhaps, during its Icarus moment, wokeness will self-destruct under its own rashness and the internal fire of its undiscerning ardor.  What carnage it leaves in its wake remains to be seen. Yet there is nothing new or original in the cultural rebellion we are witnessing. This game has been played out before in previous acts that strived for an adolescent and unreachable social perfection.  It will have its blowback.  In his Principia Mathematica, Isaac Newton observed that for every action there is an equally opposing reaction. However, we have yet to witness how it will boomerang. But we will.  In the meantime, a new class of wannabe priests is emerging within the woke movement, a priesthood David Hume warned about in his Essays, Moral, Political and Literary, which will in turn be an adversary to liberty. Consider the backlash after Harpers magazine published a Letter on Justice and Open Debate to warn about “a new set of moral attitudes and political commitments that tend to weaken our norms of open debate and toleration of differences in favor of ideological conformity.”  Signed by over 160 brilliant minds, academicians and authors – liberal and conservative -- including Noam Chomsky, Jonathan Haidt, Susannah Heschel, Steven Pinker, Gloria Steinem, etc, the letter gives a stark warning of the unwelcomed consequences of the new culture of censorship that the demonstration's leaders are ushering into the nation at large. The woke now demand retribution against its signers, in effect shutting down the nation's 200-plus years of free speech, the right to disagree and public discourse. Have those who are most rabidly eager to condemn and cancel the wide diversity of voices who disagree with their beliefs considered earlier precedents for their actions? It was the Spanish Inquisition.  In principle, how many today are in effect labeled heretics and “witches” because they have spoken publicly in favor of free speech and oppose censorship? May not the woke movement in turn become the harbinger of a new Inquisition, a new platform of economic and social persecution by the powerful and wealthy waiting in the corridors after the cult of woke loses its steam? The causal problems to our terrified culture is of course far deeper and has been identified and analyzed repeatedly in the writings of Chris Hedges and Henry Giroux.  Our nation thrives on victimizing others.  Now the once disenfranchised victims of the liberal woke generation, erupting from its simmering angst and meaninglessness, are determined to be the new victimizers. What is the end game when a populist uprising of disillusioned and psychologically traumatized youth at the mercy of capitalism's parasitical march to claim more victims gets the upper hand. The movement has now evolved beyond its original demands of racial justice for the Black and other minority communities who have been discriminated against by our institutions, particularly law enforcement and the private prison system. Now it is rapidly morphing into a massive autonomous cult of divisiveness and self-righteousness without a moral backbone that recognizes the essential values of forgiveness, reconciliation, and cooperative engagement for preserving a sane and productive culture that benefits all.     Insurance companies should ‘penalize' the unvaxxed, ethicist at New York University recommends   Professor Arthur Caplan said that people who have chosen not to get jabbed should pay higher insurance premiums and be barred from getting life insurance LifeSite News, Jan 6, 2022 An ethicist at New York University said that people who have not gotten jabbed should be punished by insurance companies. “By and large, if you're vaccinated and boosted, even if you get infected, you're going to be fine. You're going to be fine here. It's the unvaccinated who are going to be hurt, so why should anyone who is boosted bother at this point to do anything that makes the unvaccinated more safe?” CNN's John Berman asked Professor Arthur Caplan, the director of the medical ethics division at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Professor Caplan agreed that the unvaccinated should be shamed and treated poorly by society, though he said he hopes he can change their minds. “I'll condemn them. I'll shame them. I'll blame them,” Professor Caplan said. “We can penalize them more, say you will have to pay more on your hospital bill. You can't get life insurance, disability insurance at affordable rates if you aren't vaccinated.”     NO DEATHS FROM VITAMINS - Safety Confirmed by America's Largest Database   Orthomolecular News Service, January 7th 2022 The 38th annual report from the American Association of Poison Control Centers shows zero deaths from vitamins. It is interesting that it is so quietly placed way back there where nary a news reporter is likely to see it. The AAPCC reports zero deaths from multiple vitamins. And, there were no deaths whatsoever from vitamin A, niacin, pyridoxine (B-6) any other B-vitamin. There were no deaths from vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, or from any vitamin at all. On page 1477 there is an allegation of a single death attributed to an unspecified, unknown "Miscellaneous Vitamin." The obvious uncertainly of such a listing diminishes any claim of validity. There were no fatalities from amino acids, creatine, blue-green algae, glucosamine, or chondroitin. There were no deaths from any homeopathic remedy, Asian medicine, Hispanic medicine, or Ayurvedic medicine. None.   (NEXT)   40% of Israel could be infected with Covid-19 in current wave, says PM   France24, January 10, 2022 Israel could see up to nearly 40 percent of the population infected by coronavirus during the current wave, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Sunday, as testing facilities nationwide buckled Data presented at the cabinet meeting indicates that here, in Israel, between two to four million citizens in total will be infected during this current wave. A country of just 9.4 million, Israel has seen infections nearly quadruple over the past week compared to the previous one. The health ministry reported 17,518 new infections on Saturday. Health ministry data showed that more than 4.3 million Israelis were fully vaccinated with three shots, while 204 people are hospitalised in serious condition as a result of Covid-19 illness on Sunday. More than 1.5 million Covid cases, including 8,269 deaths, have been officially recorded in Israel.   (NEXT)   4th COVID Booster Shot Could Cause ‘Immune System Fatigue,' Scientists Say   As Israel moves ahead with fourth COVID shot, scientists told the New York Times the additional booster may cause more harm than good. Childrens Health Defense, January 7, 2022 COVID-19 booster shots could do more harm than good, according to scientists interviewed late last month by The New York Times. The scientists warned “that too many shots might actually harm the body's ability to fight COVID” and “might cause a sort of immune system fatigue.” On Monday, Israeli authorities began offering anyone over age 60 a chance to get a fourth shot, or second booster of the COVID vaccine. But scientists told The Times, before Israel confirmed it would offer the fourth shot, the science is not yet settled on using an additional booster shot to combat the new Omicron variant. There is one official report of an Israeli dying from Omicron. However, according to The Times of Israel, it is unclear that Omicron caused the death of the individual — a man in his 60s hospitalized weeks earlier from a pre-existing condition. A new report from the UK Health Security Agency showed booster doses are less effective against Omicron than previous variants, and their effectiveness wears off in only 10 weeks. Professor Hagai Levine, an epidemiologist and chairman of Israel's Association of Public Health Physicians, told The New York Times there's no published scientific evidence a fourth shot is needed to prevent severe illness from Omicron. “Before giving a fourth shot, it is preferable to wait for the science,” Levine said.   (NEXT)   145-Country Study Shows Increase Of Transmission And Death After Introduction Of Covid Vaccines   Truth Press, January 11, 2022 Instead of bringing an end to this pandemic as promised, the widespread rollout of the experimental vaccines has actually caused a sharp increase in Covid-19 cases and deaths across the world, according to a recently published preprint study that looked at data from the 145 of the most vaccinated countries in the world. The 99-page study titled “Worldwide Bayesian Causal Impact Analysis of Vaccine Administration on Deaths and Cases Associated with COVID-19: A BigData Analysis of 145 Countries” found that in the US specifically, the jab has caused a whopping 38% more Covid cases per million – and an even more astonishing 31% increase in deaths per million. In total, researchers found that almost 90% (89.84%) of the 145 countries experienced this negative effect from the vaccines after they were made available. From the study: “Results indicate that the treatment (vaccine administration) has a strong and statistically significant propensity to causally increase the values in either y1 [variable chosen for deaths per million] or y2 [variable chosen for cases per million] over and above what would have been expected with no treatment. y1 showed an increase/decrease ratio of (+115/-13), which means 89.84% of statistically significant countries showed an increase in total deaths per million associated with COVID-19 due directly to the causal impact of treatment initiation [vaccines]. y2 showed an increase/decrease ratio of (+105/-16) which means 86.78% of statistically significant countries showed an increase in total cases per millionof COVID-19 due directly to the causal impact of treatment initiation.” Perhaps the most telling part of the study's results is that the countries which recorded the fewest Covid deaths in 2020 were the ones to experience the largest increases in cases and deaths once the vaccine was introduced, with some of them seeing increases as high as over a thousand percent. In the study's conclusion, researchers warned that the substantial increase in deaths and cases should be “highly worrisome” for the policymakers around the world who have been promoting the experimental vaccines as the “key to gain back our freedoms.”   (NEXT)   Covid Vaccine-Injuries: "An Avalanche", says Attorney Aaron Siri   In November 2021, attorney Aaron Siri explained to an expert panel at Congress that his firm was seeing "an avalanche of submissions" from people seeking help to sue after covid vaccine-injuries.         Here we are in early January 2022, and:        ~ The CDC's data released December 31, 2021 contains 1,017,001 covid vaccine-injury records.        ~ The WHO's global database (VigiAccess) has collected 2,933,902 covid vaccine-injury records.        Even young children are being vaccine-injured.       From CDC's own publication, MMWR Dec. 31, 2021:        ~ "5,277 VAERS reports received for children aged 5–11 years" [1,028 (19.5%) were excluded from this analysis]        ~ "Approximately 5.1% of parents reported that their child was unable to perform normal daily activities on the day after receipt of dose 1, and 7.4% after receipt of dose 2. Approximately 1% of parents reported seeking medical care in the week after vaccination"       ~ "Two reports of death during the analytic period [November 3 - December 19, 2021]

Basketball to Business
Skills clinics and Facebook Ads

Basketball to Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 5:58


It's marketing Monday. Quick talk around skills clinics during each months off day, and The most successful Facebook ad that we have ran. Get our free course on how to get basketball training clients fast at https://www.basketballtrainersecrets.com/fast-5459 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/basketballtobusiness/message

Midas Letter Podcast
2022: The Year of Psilocybin | Numinus Wellness $NUMI $NUMIF

Midas Letter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021


Numinus Wellness Inc (TSE: NUMI, OTCMKTS: NUMIF) is a Canadian company that helps cure people’s mental health through psychedelic-assisted therapies. The Numinus Wellness model – including psychedelic production, research and clinical care – is at the forefront of a transformation aimed at healing rather […]

The Gazette Daily News Podcast
Gazette Daily News Briefing, December 28

The Gazette Daily News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 3:41


This is Stephen Schmidt from the Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Tuesday, December 28th. Cedar Rapids should see some snow, some wintry mix, and some rain Tuesday morning into the afternoon. According to a forecast from the National Weather Service, the precipitation should start early Tuesday in the Cedar Rapids area. It should start as snow, with a chance of 1 to 3 inches of precipitation, then turn entirely to rain after 2 p.m. There will be a high of 36 degrees during the day, before it becomes mostly cloudy with no precipitation Tuesday night and a low around 15 degrees. The Atkins City Council voted last week to censure a council member who opposed hiring a city administrator for $92,000, but another council member says those things are not related. The six-member council http://www.cityofatkins.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/2021-12-21-Agenda-Special-Council-Update-12-20-2021-1.pdf (voted Dec. 21) on a resolution for a public censure of Julie DeMeulenaere, who has been on the council since March. The resolution was not included with the online meeting agenda and Mayor Bruce Visser declined Monday to answer questions about what caused the censure. City Attorney Ryan Tang stated at last week's meeting the censure was related to litigation. DeMeulenaere told the Gazette she feels the council's action was retribution for her opposition to the hiring of a city administrator. Council member Joey Svejda denied this charge, saying it was related to legal matters he can't discuss further.  An Iowa City man has been charged with arson following a fire near a Hy-Vee loading dock Saturday. According to an Iowa City Police Department criminal complaint, Hy-Vee management called about 8 p.m. to report a fire by the loading dock at the 1720 Waterfront Dr. store. Firefighters told officers an accelerant was put on the fire. Surveillance video showed a man — later identified as 56-year-old https://www.thegazette.com/higher-education/iowa-city-man-accused-of-assaulting-at-random-two-university-of-iowa-employees/ (Douglas H. Johnson) — walking in front of the Hy-Vee and then toward the loading dock. A few minutes later, around 5:45 p.m., Johnson was seen quickly walking away from the area of the loading dock, according to the complaint. Police said when they located Johnson, he smelled of an accelerant and admitted to being in the area of the fire. A third man has been arrested in connection with a shooting earlier this month at the Old Capitol Town Center parking ramp. DeMarcus D. Robertson Ray, 18, of Cedar Rapids, was arrested by Iowa City police Wednesday after he was released from the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. Police responded at 1:25 a.m. Dec. 5 to a report of multiple shots fired at the ramp at 220 S. Capitol St. Officers found evidence that multiple shots were fired. When officers arrived, they saw several people running from the scene, as well as Robertson Ray with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Robertson Ray was hospitalized for treatment and ordered to be taken into custody when discharged, according to court records. Earlier this month,https://www.thegazette.com/crime-courts/iowa-city-police-investigating-downtown-shooting-that-injured-man-at-old-capitol-mall-parking-ramp/ ( police arrested) Darnell F. Martin Jr., 21, of Coralville and Mason D. Ward, 18, of Cedar Rapids. Martin and Ward each face a charge of reckless use of a firearm causing property damage. Looking to find something new to eat? Never miss a bite of the tastiest local food news by signing up for our free text alerts. Text CHEW to (319) 257-2674 for inside scoops from Gazette food writer Elijah Decious. Be sure to subscribe to The Gazette Daily news podcast, or just tell your Amazon Alexa enabled device to “enable The Gazette Daily News skill" so you can get your daily briefing by simply saying “Alexa, what's the news? If you prefer podcasts, you can also find us on iTunes or wherever else... Support this podcast

Believe in Dog
Episode 34, Part 2. 10 Years of Serving Baltimore's Dogs with B-More Dog

Believe in Dog

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 83:08


Episode 34, Part 2. 10 Years of Serving Baltimore's Dogs with B-More Dog In September 2011, B-More Dog's (a Baltimore-based non-profit organization)  scrappy group of volunteers launched a program called Community Pit Bull Day to provide free vaccines to dogs in under-resourced communities in Baltimore City. Now known as the B-More Dog Wellness Clinics, over the past 10 years, more than 3300 dogs have received services from B-More Dog. The Clinics have grown in size, in services provided and in partnership with other organizations.  All dogs visiting the Clinics receive an exam with a veterinarian, vaccines (if needed), medications to treat common illnesses & conditions (if needed), nail trims & light grooming, leashes & collars and free dog food. In this episode, we hear mini-interviews with volunteers Dr. Michelle Myers, Jennifer B., John, Christina, V, Garrick and Rachel, sharing their experiences over the past 10 years from why they were motivated to volunteer their time to what they've learned along the way.   To support the work of B-More Dog in the community: DONATE: https://bit.ly/BmoreDogDonate VOLUNTEER: https://www.bmoredog.org/volunteerform  

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John
Push to open 24 hour COVID-19 testing clinics as wait times blow out

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 6:51


Associate Professor Paul Griffin from the University of Queensland's School of Medicine says without a resource boost, Victoria's ability to battle the virus is compromised. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WUWM News
City of Milwaukee COVID testing and vaccination clinics are open Thursday, as many people prepare for holiday gatherings

WUWM News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 2:55


People rush to get tested for COVID-19. But Thursday's test result may not reflect your status during the holidays.

The Small & Supercharged Podcast
Podmas #16 all about Rider Clinics, reporting injuries, dressage goals and staying safe with Dr Diane Fisher aka All The King's Horses

The Small & Supercharged Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 39:23


Podmas is back- and today, we're joined by Dr Diane Fisher aka All The King's Horses. Dr Di is a trauma consultant, Chief Medical Officer of the British Equestrian Trade Association, and a dressage rider who's recently graded as a para rider. In this episode, Di chats about the aims of her accounts and the amazing Rider Clinic, reporting accidents through BETA's new form, dressage goals and dreams, and staying a bit safer when we can. This episode of Podmas was recorded Live in the Small & Supercharged Group. Intro music- "Jingle bells" by scottholmesmusic.com

In Depth
IN DEPTH: Knoxville Hospital and Clinics Board; KNIA and KRLS

In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 19:26


The terms of two board members for a local hospital have expired. And they have a story to tell. Join us today as Dr. Bob Leonard goes “In Depth” with Megan McKay and Pat Stockton, Board members,

RNZ: Morning Report
Covid-19: GP clinic receptionists copping abuse from public

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 5:33


Receptionists at GP clinics are in the firing line for people's anger and frustrations. Clinics have been vandalised, and staff have even had bottles thrown at them. GP groups say they have zero tolerance for any of their staff being verbally or physically abused and that they do not need to see such patients. General Practice leaders forum chair Dr Fiona Bolden spoke to Susie Ferguson.

Strike 3 Podcast w/CB, ENak, & Trav
S2:E19 - Camps & Clinics - United Collegiate Umpires

Strike 3 Podcast w/CB, ENak, & Trav

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 60:38


This episode concludes our three-part series about umpire camps and clinics. Our guests are three of the principle leaders of the United Collegiate Umpires, Chris Marshall, Alex Skandalis and Brian deBrauwere. We discuss how they all got started in baseball, including their playing careers, time umpiring in professional baseball, and transitions into collegiate baseball umpiring. We talk about the teaching philosophy and strategies at United Umpires, and the importance of training. We talk about their joining into United Umpires, and much more. So, please enjoy our conversation about umpire training with Brian, Alex and Chris. United Collegiate Umpires - https://unitedumpires.org/ We would love to hear from you. Please rate us on ApplePodcast, or send us feedback at: feedback@strike3podcast.com , or visit our website for more information - https://www.strike3podcast.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/colin-brown8/message

Midas Letter Podcast
Novel Drugs Far Superior to Classic Psychedelics | Field Trip Health $FTRP

Midas Letter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021


Field Trip Health Ltd (NASDAQ: FTRP, TSE: FTRP) is designing the next generation of psychedelic molecules. Its drug development division, coupled with its operational clinics, provides an infrastructure to help people through an integrated, evidence-based approach to healing. “The average person who comes […]

All Things Physical Therapy Podcast
Episode 19 - Cash-Based Clinics & Effective Social Media

All Things Physical Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 35:55


In this episode, we talk with Danny about his cash-based clinic and tips for effective social media posting. Daniel Shapiro is the founder and head PT at Project Physical Therapy and is a Dutch-trained Physical Therapist. He specializes in manual therapy and has developed his own pain elimination techniques that have helped people get rid of pain and get back to enjoying life quickly. He believes in a very individualistic, custom approach that provides real results not just for “the now” but for a lifetime.@officialdannyshapirowww.projectphysicaltherapy.comSubscribe, download, and rate!Follow @dpt.stephwww.dptsteph.com

Believe in Dog
Episode 34, Part 1. 10 Years of Serving Baltimore‘s Dogs with B-More Dog

Believe in Dog

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 96:09


Episode 34, Part 1. 10 Years of Serving Baltimore's Dogs with B-More Dog In September 2011, B-More Dog's (Baltimore-based non-profit organization) scrappy group of volunteers launched a program called Community Pit Bull Day to provide free vaccines to dogs in under-resourced communities in Baltimore City. Now known as the B-More Dog Wellness Clinics, over the past 10 years, more than 3300 dogs have received services from B-More Dog. The Clinics have grown in size, in services provided and in partnership with other organizations.  All dogs visiting the Clinics receive an exam with a veterinarian, vaccines (if needed), medications to treat common illnesses & conditions (if needed), nail trims & light grooming, leashes & collars and free dog food. In this episode, we hear mini-interviews with 6 volunteers (Pauline, Dianna, Hillary, Dawn, Ashley and Jennifer G.) sharing their experiences over the past 10 years from why they were motivated to volunteer their time to what they've learned along the way.   To support the work of B-More Dog in the community: DONATE: https://bit.ly/BmoreDogDonate VOLUNTEER: https://www.bmoredog.org/volunteerform   Find Show Notes, Links and Photos at: https://believeindogpodcast.com/episodes-1/episode-34

TopMedTalk
Perioperative anemia clinics, panel discussion | EBPOM Chicago

TopMedTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 46:51


What are the known challenges for patients and practitioners who face anemia preoperatively? How do you set up and run an anemia clinic? Is there any need for this to be considered an essential part of the perioperative process? This piece follows on from a presentation regarding how to set up and run an anemia clinic, follow this link here to hear that presentation: https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/how-to-set-up-and-run-a-perioperative-anemia-clinic-ebpom-chicago For more on this topic listen to our popular podcast "Iron Man vs Anemia" which also features Toby Richards: https://www.topmedtalk.com/topmedtalk-iron-man-vs-anemia-2/ Chaired by Feyce M. Peralta, obstetrical anesthesiologist, Program Director for the Obstetric Anesthesiology Fellowship and Director of Faculty Development for the Department of Anesthesiology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine with guest speaker, Professor Bobbi Jean Sweitzer, The Associate Chair for Clinical Perioperative Practice, Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois and panel members Toby Richards, Professor, Anaesthesia Teaching & Research Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Central Clinical School, Monash University, Obianuju Okocha medical director of the preoperative clinic at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago & Frank Loughnane, Consultant Anaesthesiologist Cork University Hospital, Clinical lead for orthopaedic elective and trauma anaesthesia, Joint Clinical lead for pre-operative assessment, Clinical lecturer University College Cork.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Governor Hochul says we can only expect COVID cases to increase as Christmas approaches, The NY Public Library is offering COVID vaccine clinics across BK and Queens, NFL players hosted a big vaccination event in Patterson, NJ, Lines are hours long as New

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 6:02


All Local - Morning, 12/18/2021 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Key Nutrition Podcast
KNP312 - Hormones 101 - Progesterone, Estrogen, Testosterone, Thyroid and More

The Key Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 71:45


On today's show, I was joined by Dr. Jeffery Nelson. We discussed all things hormones with a heavy emphasis on women's health. We talked progesterone, estrogen, thyroid and the biggest difference between synthetic and bio-identical hormones. Jeffrey S. Nelson, D.O., graduated with a B.S. in human biology from Brigham Young University and then received his D.O. from Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Nelson completed his residency in Family Medicine at St Louis University Hospital in St Louis, MO and Scott Air Force Base in Belleville, IL. He practiced family medicine and aerospace medicine in Germany from 2004 to 2010 for the United States Air Force and managed the NASA space shuttle emergency medical response team in Europe. Dr. Nelson is board certified in Family Medicine. He focuses on evidence-based, preventative, anti-aging medicine and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Dr. Nelson has five kids; four girls and one boy. His wife, Inga Nelson, is from Denmark and the family visits her home country every summer. In his spare time, Dr. Nelson enjoys skiing and hiking. FHC's Story Freedom Healthcare (FHC) was started in 2010 by Dr. Jeffrey S. Nelson. The Clinic was founded with the objective to provide a preventative and personal healthcare approach. Dr. Nelson's passion to provide evidence-based medicine brought Freedom Healthcare into fruition. Prior to the emergence of FHC, Dr. Nelson practiced family medicine in Germany. While he was in Germany, his mom told him about the innovative treatment of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). Dr. Nelson later attended his first evidence-based medical education series on bioidentical hormones in 2008 by Dr. Neal Rouzier. At the conference, Dr. Nelson was shocked at the sheer volume of scientific evidence there was for bioidentical hormones. This information was not taught in medical school or residency. After the education series with Dr. Rouzier, Dr. Nelson changed his patients' treatments from synthetics to bioidentical hormones and all of them felt better.  Dr. Nelson continued to study bioidentical hormones and became an expert in this area of medicine. Freedom Healthcare continued to grow as patients saw incredible results through functional medicine and bioidentical hormones. In addition, Dr. Nelson's innovative approach to healthcare attracted other providers, who trained under him. Freedom Healthcare is now quickly expanding with locations in Layton, Ogden, and Sandy, Utah. However, FHC's passion for evidence-based medicine remains the catalyst for the Clinics' tenacity and success in the healthcare sphere.   Discount code: keynutrition for 20% off your first Legion order. Order Legion Supplements -> https://bit.ly/3mHRqYV   Connect with us on Instagram Host Brad Jensen – @thesoberbodybuilder Key Nutrition – @keynutrition

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Latest Covid figures and booster vaccine clinics

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 9:06


Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent, gives an update on the latest Covid figures as well as details of booster vaccine clinics.

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz
The Engine Behind Growing From 9 To 60 Healthcare Clinics With Peter Cunningham, Founder and CEO of Evolve Healthcare Marketing

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 38:36


Peter Cunningham is the Founder and CEO of Evolve Healthcare Marketing, a Chicago-based, data-driven healthcare marketing agency specializing in helping medical practices and healthcare enterprises grow profitably in highly competitive markets throughout the US.  Before founding Evolve Healthcare Marketing, Peter founded and exited a public relations firm, built a real estate investment firm specializing in affordable housing in Chicago, and worked in private equity.  He's also the Publisher of the American Healthcare Journal, an authoritative, digital-first, and editorially-independent publication for the latest insights, news, and analysis in healthcare. In this episode… If you're looking to expand your medical practice, you need to consider some core challenges. The first is the location and size of your competition. Is the competition a dominant health system where referrals are kept within the organization? When you figure that out, the next step is how positioned are you to attract patients online? Do you know your buyer's journey?  Today's guest, Peter Cunningham of Evolve Healthcare Marketing, has built an engine that addresses these challenges for a client to expand from nine to 60 locations with increasing patient inflow. What is this engine he's created, and how did he help his clients overcome the difficulties of expansion?  Listen to this episode of the Inspired Insider Podcast with Dr. Jeremy Weisz featuring Peter Cunningham, Founder and CEO of Evolve Healthcare Marketing. They discuss the current changes in healthcare marketing, the medical service buyer's journey, challenges to consider when expanding your practice locations, how to overcome them, and lots more. 

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
KUNR Today: Washoe Co. reports 1,000th COVID-19 death, UNR Med hosts clinics for uninsured

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 4:53


Read or listen to the morning news headlines for Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2021.

The Big 550 KTRS
Kneecare Clinics: Simple, easy relief

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 7:04


Dr. Michael Glickert explains the benefits of their Visco Supplementation Gel injection procedure. Check out their site: https://kneecareclinics.com/

In Depth
IN DEPTH: Physician Retires; KNIA and KRLS

In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 17:39


A local doctor is retiring. What's his story? Join us today as Dr. Bob Leonard goes “In Depth” with Dr. Mike Van Natta, physician, and Kevin Kincaid, CEO of the Knoxville Hospital and Clinics.

The Gazette Daily News Podcast
Gazette Daily News Briefing, December 14

The Gazette Daily News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 4:18


This is Stephen Schmidt from the Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Tuesday, December 14th. Tuesday's weather is going to make for a pleasant, unusually warm December day before Wednesday goes off the rails with some springlike weather. On Tuesday it will be partly sunny, with a high near 53 degrees. A southeast wind will blow at 10 to 15 mph. On Tuesday night it will be mostly cloudy, but the overnight low will actually be warmer than the previous day's high, at 56 degrees. This will pave the way for a Wednesday that has a predicted high temperature in the low 70s, with breezy conditions and a chance for rain. An Iowa City man accused of violating city code in October by discharging a pellet gun within city limits — inadvertently shooting and severely wounding a Marine who was driving by at the time — has pleaded not guilty in an initial court appearance. A non-jury trial for Philip Olson, 69, is set for 10:30 a.m. Feb. 24 at the Johnson County Courthouse, according to court documents filed last week. Olson declined to comment when reached Monday by The Gazette. He is accused of violating City Code 8-7-3: Toy Guns and Slingshots, which prohibits discharging “any air rifle, toy pistol, toy gun or other toy arms or slingshot” within city limits. The minimum fine is $105 and the maximum is $855. Iowa City police said last month that on Oct. 17, Olson was inside his house and shooting at a squirrel in his yard with an air rifle but missed and instead hit Lance Cpl. Gabe Heefner, 20, as he was driving by on Highway 6 near Sycamore Street. The Marine, who crashed after being shot, was severely injured. Heefner was at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics for about a month before being transferred to a rehabilitation hospital in Chicago. Police say the toy gun ordinance charge came after Olson came forward and admitted to shooting out his window around the time that Heefner had been driving by. Paraeducators in Cedar Rapids schools will get over a $3 an hour pay increase beginning in January after an agreement was reached in negotiations between the school district and Cedar Rapids Organization of Teacher Associates. Wages for current Cedar Rapids paraeducators in the Cedar Rapids Community School District will be increased to $15.50 an hour or 3 percent — whichever results in a higher hourly rate for the employee — beginning Jan. 8, 2022. Starting wages are also being increased to $15 an hour from $12.28 an hour. There will be no additional changes to the base wages for the 2022-23 school year. Superintendent Noreen Bush said there was a “sense of urgency” and workforce needs accelerated this conversation to increase wages for paraeducators. As of Monday, there were 67 job openings in Cedar Rapids schools for paraeducators.  Betting an average of $9.6 million a day on sports, Iowa gamblers and sportsbooks operators were giving thanks for legalized sports betting in November, posting yet another monthly record with wagering topping $287 million and revenue for the rapidly growing industry approaching $20 million, state data shows. Last month's continued betting frenzy on professional and college sports — an activity that became legal in Iowa in August 2019 — pushed the wagering handle above $975 million for the current fiscal year that began July 1 and put Iowa within reach of $2 billion in betting for the calendar year if there's another strong showing in December, financial reports issued by the state Racing and Gaming Commission indicate. Are you a fan of trying new restaurants? Get the latest restaurant openings & closings and more chewy tips from The Gazette's Chew On this newsletter. Sign up at http://thegazette.com/ (thegazette.com) slash chew  Be sure to subscribe to The Gazette Daily news podcast, or just tell your Amazon Alexa enabled device to “enable The Gazette Daily News skill" so you can get your daily briefing by simply saying “Alexa, what's the news? If... Support this podcast

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
KUNR Today: Vaccine clinics for kids this week, WCSD changing bus routes

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 4:30


Read or listen to the morning news headlines for Monday, Dec. 13, 2021.

FIVE MINUTE NEWS
Supreme Court won't stop Texas abortion ban, but allows clinics to sue.

FIVE MINUTE NEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 7:12


Supreme Court won't stop Texas abortion ban, but allows clinics to sue. COVID surge and mask mandates return to New York. US imposes renewed human rights sanctions on China, Myanmar and North Korea. You can subscribe to Five Minute News with Anthony Davis on YouTube, with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker, or enable Five Minute News as your Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing skill.  Subscribe, rate and review at www.fiveminute.news  Five Minute News is an Evergreen Podcast, covering politics, inequality, health and climate - delivering independent, unbiased and essential world news, daily.

Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News
Texas abortion law stays in place, clinics able to sue the state

Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 10:45


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AP Audio Stories
AP News: Court won't stop Texas abortion ban, but OKs clinics' suit

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 0:59


KZYX News
Schools host vaccine clinics for kids

KZYX News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 6:29


December 9, 2021 — The Ukiah Unified School District has partnered with Mendocino County Public Health to host COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at local elementary schools in November and December for children ages 5-11. The final clinic for this round of first shots took place Thursday, November 9th, at Grace Hudson Elementary school from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

3rd Floor Views
Free Coats and Legal Services

3rd Floor Views

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 23:16


Maryland Legal Aid distributes free coats and legal services to Maryland residents at local clinics.Along with Clothes4Souls, Macy's, and community volunteers, Maryland Legal Aid has been distributing brand new coats donated by Macy's, to children and adults in need at events throughout Maryland. During distribution events, volunteer attorneys also provide free, brief legal services to financially eligible adults. The events, called Coats and Clinics aim to give away free coats and provide legal services.Legal AidAmy Petkovsek, Deputy Chief Counsel of Maryland Legal Aid describes how Maryland Legal Aid distributes 3,000 new coats at events across Maryland. Legal services are also available at the Coat distribution events to low-income, and marginalized individuals.One-on-One Civil Legal Advice Available includes:BankruptcyChild Custody & SupportDebt CollectionExpungementsForeclosureGovernment BenefitsLandlord/TenantVeterans´ BenefitsWage ClaimsMaryland Legal Aid

The KYMN Radio Podcast
The Morning Show - Northfield Hospital & Clinics CEO Steve Underdahl, 12-9-21

The KYMN Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 15:23


Steve Underdahl, CEO of Northfield Hospital & Clinics, provides an update on the lawsuit filed against NHC relating to the Covid vaccination requirement, discusses the impact of Covid on the hospital's capacity, and more.

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Two Dublin drop-in vaccine clinics reach full capacity

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 6:27


Our reporter Laura Fletcher spoke to some of those who queued this morning, and we speak to co-leader of the Social Democrats, Róisín Shorthall.

Taking Authority Over Autism
Sensory friendly COVID-19 vaccine clinics...

Taking Authority Over Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 15:30


Sheletta chats it up with the Multicultural Autism Society of Minnesota about their sensory friendly COVID-19 vaccine clinic and the what clinics can do to help make getting the shot less scary for kids on the spectrum.

Meet The Elite Podcast
2275 KC Armstrong Interviews Dr. Shiraz Farooq President-Founder of ColoWell America Plant Medicine Clinics

Meet The Elite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 29:02


KC Armstrong Interviews Dr. Shiraz Farooq President-Founder of ColoWell America Plant Medicine Clinics -- https://www.colowellamerica.com/

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
2850 KC Armstrong Interviews Dr. Shiraz Farooq President-Founder of ColoWell America Plant Medicine Clinics

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 28:54


KC Armstrong Interviews Dr. Shiraz Farooq President-Founder of ColoWell America Plant Medicine Clinics -- https://www.colowellamerica.com/

Rx for Success Podcast
80. The Scientist: Robert Kirsner, MD, PhD

Rx for Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 42:47


Dr. Kirsner is Chairman and the endowed Harvey Blank Professor in the Dr. Phillip Frost Dermatology in the Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.  He is Chief of Dermatology at the University of Miami Hospital and Clinics and Jackson Memorial Hospital and directs the University of Miami Hospital Wound Center.  Dr. Kirsner received his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University, his medical degree from the University of Miami and a PhD in epidemiology from the University of Miami, after he completed his clinical training.  His clinical training included internal medicine, a clinical and research fellowship in wound healing and dermatology at the University of Miami.  His research interests include Wound Healing and Skin Cancer Epidemiology.  Dr. Kirsner serves as one of 3 academic editors for the journal Wound Repair and Regeneration and on the editorial boards for a number of other journals in dermatology and wound healing.  Dr. Kirsner serves in national leadership positions in both Wound Healing and Dermatology, including recently elected as Vice President elect of the American Academy of Dermatology and currently serving on the Wound Healing Society Board of Directors.  In addition to career development awards, foundation, industry sponsored funding and CDC funding, he currently leads or is part of a number of NIH funded grants.  Independent of books, book chapters and abstracts, he has published over 550 articles. Unlock Bonus content and get the shows early on our Patreon Follow us or Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Amazon  | Spotify --- Show notes at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/80 Report-out with comments or feedback at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/report Music by Ryan Jones. Find Ryan on Instagram at _ryjones_, Contact Ryan at ryjonesofficial@gmail.com

Local SEO in 10
Top 5 Ways Plastic Surgery Clinics Can Use SEO to Increase Revenue

Local SEO in 10

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 14:57


Using SEO will increase patients for plastic surgery clinics. But where to start? In this episode we detail the most important five (or six!) ways plastic surgery clinics can increase revenue by properly building their local online presence.

Acquisitions Anonymous
Two Veterinary Clinics for Sale - Dzmitry Miranovich - Co-Founder at Associated Veterinary Partners

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 48:36


It's a vet clinic episode! Our guest this week is Dzmitry Miranovich. He is Co-Founder at Associated Veterinary Partners, which is a roll-up of vet clinics. We look at two that are for sale right now.  Thanks to our sponsors this week: Tinyacquisitions.com - buy a business with a few clicks, most for less than $10,000 SMBash.com - THE conference for buying, operating, and investing in the SMB and Micro-PE space. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dealtalk/support

Relentless Health Value
EP347: Rolling Out Healthcare Initiatives That Actually Get Uptake With the Populations You Aim to Serve, With Ian Tong, MD, About the Black Community Innovation Coalition

Relentless Health Value

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 34:29


I attended the STAT Summit last week and heard the heart-wrenching story told by Charles Johnson, who is the founder of 4Kira4Moms, which is a group dedicated to improving maternal health equity. Charles's family is African American. After a planned C-section, his otherwise-healthy wife died an avoidable death because 10 hours after the clinical team was alerted that she had internal bleeding—10 hours later—they got around to wheeling her into surgery. At that point, she had three liters of blood in her abdomen. She bled out and died, leaving her newborn infant motherless. This all went down at a large, incredibly well-respected integrated delivery network. One of the biggest issues in healthcare today … well, there are many issues, so maybe I should start again. One of the biggest issues in healthcare that is going to be discussed on this podcast today is how to engage those patients or members or employees or consumers who might need our healthcare industry to work better on their behalf. This is especially a problem (a well-known problem) when we consider those patients who our healthcare system in so many ways does not serve well: many minority patients, Black people, other people of color, the LGBTQ community, people who do not speak English as their first language. These patient cohorts emerge on the other side of our healthcare industry sporting patient outcomes that are even worse than our usual not-so-great average patient outcomes.   In this healthcare podcast, we're gonna talk about a new coalition formed by Walmart and six other employers, plus Included Health, which is the combined entity of Grand Rounds and Doctor On Demand. (They merged recently.) So, there was a coalition that was formed. It's called the Black Community Innovation Coalition, and in short, it's a new virtual-care program aimed at combating health disparities among African American workers. I wanted to learn more about this coalition, so in this episode I'm speaking with Ian Tong, MD, about the aforementioned Black Community Innovation Coalition—the how and also the intent. Dr. Tong is the chief medical officer over at Included Health and also a clinical assistant professor and adjunct faculty in the medical school at Stanford. One reason I was so intrigued is that the Black Community Innovation Coalition leverages ERGs (employee resource groups) in a way I thought was different. If you're unfamiliar, ERGs or, as I said, employee resource groups, used to be called employee affinity groups. Many big companies have them. These ERGs bring together groups with shared identities, shared experiences, shared interests. What I thought was worth contemplating if you're interested in improving health equity, health outcomes … through these existing ERG organizations, it might be possible to pull the healthcare system and these patients closer together to create healthcare benefits and care delivery models that are designed with them in mind. So, what I think might be actionable to others relative to this coalition and its methodology is the best practice of building the engagement mechanism into the design of the initiative. So often it's an afterthought if you think about it. We build the thing, and then we wonder how to “market” it—like the “marketing” is this separate and sequential function. It's not. And marketing is also probably a limiting misnomer. This is especially true, though, when contemplating minority populations for a whole bunch of reasons that we get into in this conversation. So that's number one: Build the engagement mechanism into the program design. But here's number two: Consider the engagement mechanism relative to existing channels of engagement, re: ERGs or otherwise. Other links on the show include: Rebecca Etz, PhD (EP295) talking about some best ways to measure primary care quality. The Harvard Implicit Bias Test You can learn more by checking out the Implicit Bias Test, the CDC REACH site, and includedhealth.com.  Ian Tong, MD, is chief medical officer at Included Health (formerly Doctor On Demand and Grand Rounds Health). In this role, Ian leads all clinical care delivery, including clinical products and service lines, clinical quality, and practice performance of the clinical staff. Prior to Doctor On Demand, Ian held leadership roles including chief resident of Stanford Internal Medicine and co-medical director of the Arbor Free Clinic. He also founded and was medical director of The Health Resource Initiative for Veterans Everywhere (THRIVE), honored with the Award for Outstanding Achievement in Service to Homeless Veterans in 2008 by the US Secretary of Veterans Affairs. A national collegiate champion in rugby at the University of California at Berkeley, Ian was named to the All-American Team in 1994. He graduated from Berkeley with a bachelor's degree in English, then earned his medical degree from The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He completed residency and chief residency at Stanford Hospital and Clinics and is currently a clinical assistant professor (affiliated) at Stanford University Medical School. He is board certified in internal medicine. Ian has dedicated his career to improving equity in, and access to, high-quality care. He lives in the San Francisco Bay area. 04:33 What is the Black Community Innovation Coalition? 05:06 Who are the partners behind the Black Community Innovation Coalition? 06:23 How is the Black Community Innovation Coalition focusing on patients? 08:05 “If you take a one-size-fits-all approach to your employees, that is not going to be adequate or complete.” 08:56 How the Black Community Innovation Coalition is incorporating engagement into its core foundation. 13:18 “There's a great deal of hesitancy around engaging care, and there's a high level of avoidance.” 15:26 EP338 with Nikki King, DHA.16:34 “The technology is not making that experience worse. It's a bad experience, and it's broken already.” 23:27 “I feel very strongly that everyone should probably have a virtual primary care clinician.” 27:20 EP295 with Rebecca Etz, PhD.28:15 “We really want to pay attention to that encounter being the best encounter possible because that … might be the only chance you get to engage that patient.” 29:00 Why is virtual care important for self-insured employers? 32:08 “We cannot afford to have low-value encounters.” You can learn more by checking out the Implicit Bias Test, the CDC REACH site, and includedhealth.com.  @Driantong discusses the Black Community Innovation Coalition on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth What is the Black Community Innovation Coalition? @Driantong discusses community health initiatives on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth Who are the partners behind the Black Community Innovation Coalition? @Driantong discusses community health initiatives on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth How is the Black Community Innovation Coalition focusing on patients? @Driantong discusses on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth “If you take a one-size-fits-all approach to your employees, that is not going to be adequate or complete.” @Driantong discusses the Black Community Innovation Coalition on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth “The technology is not making that experience worse. It's a bad experience, and it's broken already.” @Driantong discusses the Black Community Innovation Coalition on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth “I feel very strongly that everyone should probably have a virtual primary care clinician.” @Driantong discusses the Black Community Innovation Coalition on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth “We really want to pay attention to that encounter being the best encounter possible because that … might be the only chance you get to engage that patient.” @Driantong discusses the Black Community Innovation Coalition on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth Why is virtual care important for self-insured employers? @Driantong discusses the Black Community Innovation Coalition on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth “We cannot afford to have low-value encounters.” @Driantong discusses the Black Community Innovation Coalition on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcareinitiatives #pophealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Mike Schneider, Peter Hayes, Paul Simms, Dr Steven Quimby, Dr David Carmouche (EP343), Christin Deacon, Gary Campbell, Kristin Begley, David Contorno (AEE17), David Contorno (EP339), Nikki King, Olivia Webb, Brandon Weber, Stacey Richter (INBW30), Brian Klepper (AEE16), Brian Klepper (EP335), Sunita Desai, Care Plans vs Real World (EP333), Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica, Joe Connolly, Marshall Allen, Andrew Eye, Naomi Fried, Dr Rishi Wadhera, Dr Mai Pham, Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
2792 KC Armstrong Interviews Dr. Shiraz Farooq President-Founder of ColoWell America Plant Medicine Clinics

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 25:58


KC Armstrong Interviews Dr. Shiraz Farooq President-Founder of ColoWell America Plant Medicine Clinics -- https://www.colowellamerica.com/

Ken Webster Jr
WJ 7AM_ VACCINE MANDATES FOR SUICIDE CLINICS

Ken Webster Jr

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 37:42


InForum Minute
Omicron Variant, Clay County Vaccine Clinics, Moorhead Underpass Working Nights, NDSU Giving Day, Biden Urges Vaccination and More.

InForum Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 13:24


WDAY's First News anchor Se Kwon gets you caught up on everything you need to know for Tuesday, November 30th.  The InForum Minute is a product of Forum Communications and is brought to you by reporters at WDAY-TV and The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. Find more news throughout the day at www.inforum.com for more.

Coaching Call
S2 Ep# 23: Nicole Langevin - raising the level of excellence in gymnastics

Coaching Call

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 64:28


My guest today is Nicole Langevin, you can find Nicole presenting lectures at various Local, Regional, National, and International Congresses, Judging, and working in gyms all over the world. Her articles have been featured in such prestigious gymnastics publications as INTERNATIONAL GYMNAST Magazine and TECHNIQUE Magazine. Nicole has been featured on multiple podcasts including "Gymcastic," "The Sports Entrepreneur," "The Gymnastics Marketing Podcast," "Gymnasticsville," "Better Late," and "The Gymnastics Growth Show with Nick Ruddock." These opportunities have honored her to be a part of the educational process that helps propel an amazing sport. Choreography Since establishing Precision Choreography, Nicole has been able to see an impact on the sport. She's worked with CBS consulting on “gymnastics authenticity.” helped Alicia Sacramone create her acclaimed floor choreography during her post-'08 Olympic Comeback. In 2013, commissioned by USAG to work one-on-one with Kyla Ross in Artistry Training Sessions that took her choreography to a new level 2013. Later, was entrusted to bring the USAG Compulsory Program to British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. 2015 brought the debut of her choreography to the 2015 World championships. With the 2016 success of Houry Gebeshian, Armenia's first Olympic Gymnast, Nicole's work was on the Rio stage! In the last decade, she expanded the departments into Clinics, Camps, Compositions, Consultations, Complexes, and, of course, Choreography. If you enjoy the podcast, please subscribe and leave a short review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen? It takes less than 60 seconds and it really helps. If you enjoyed this episode buy me a cup of coffee, make it a large: I'm trying to keep this episode free of advertisements and could use your help with the cost of bringing your this fun and entertaining podcast. Anything you can donate to the cause is greatly appreciated. To donate go to: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/sifuRafael Subscribe: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/coaching-call/id1546026323 Please leave a star rating and a review here Follow Coaching Call: Facebook: facebook.com/coachingcall Instagram: instagram.com/coachingcall Email: maxfitness@optonline.net LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/maxfitness Youtube: https://bit.ly/coachingcallYoutube to watch the full interview. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coachingcall/message

Capital Daily
Why Are Walk-In Clinics So Hard to Access?

Capital Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 24:25


We speak with public health policy expert and UVic professor Dr. Damien Contandriopoulos about why walk-in clinics are becoming increasingly inaccessible, the role virtual healthcare options play, and what can be done to fix the issue.  Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/MemberAnd subscribe to us on our socials! Twitter @CapitalDailyVic  Instagram @CapitalDaily  Facebook @CapitalDailyVic 

Passport Mommy with Michelle Jerson
Medicare Open Enrollment; Infertility and the ProteX Solution; Hottest Tech Gifts This Holiday Season

Passport Mommy with Michelle Jerson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 37:26


Dr. Meena Seshamani is the director of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and shares important information for open enrollment.Clinics like Reproductive Medicine Institute (RMI) in Chicago, Columbia University in NYC, the Texas Tech Physicians of Amarillo and several others are part of the first batch in the country to offer a new non-invasive solution called ProteX that allows men to collect their specimens at home. Diana Peninger is the CEO of Reproductive Solutions and chats about how it works to help more couples get pregnant.Tech Expert, Andrea Smith, talks about the hottest tech trends and gifts for the holiday season.

Seattle News, Views, and Brews
2021 Episode 43: Final Budget Fireworks, New COVID Vaccination Clinics, Sawant Recall Ballots Mailed, Redistricting in Court

Seattle News, Views, and Brews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 26:22


Learn about the latest in local public affairs in about the time it takes for a coffee break! Brian Callanan of Seattle Channel and Kevin Schofield of Seattle City Council Insight discuss the arguments behind the final reckoning of the City budget, including a battle to uncover the truth about funding for the Seattle Police Department. Plus, celebrations and concerns with the opening of a new COVID vaccination site, ballots in the mail for the Sawant recall election, and a political mess for the state redistricting commission. Also: it's never too early to start discussing holiday cookie favorites. If you like this podcast, please support us on Patreon! 

Duluth News Tribune Minute
Duluth clinics vaccinate hundreds of students

Duluth News Tribune Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 5:11


Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Friday, Nov. 12, 2021.  The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com.

Veterinary Viewfinder Podcast
Polarized Pet Parents! Are Veterinary Clinics the New Fight Clubs?

Veterinary Viewfinder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 30:42


Tell me if you've heard this one before: Some pet parents are combining current conspiracy theories with internet medical misinformation and forming personal beliefs that are turning our veterinary exam rooms into “Debate Night” or “Fight Clubs!” Are we at risk of losing our ability to have civil discourse with clients and compromise? This week is all about the polarization of pet parents and their impacts on veterinary practice. This week, we're not pulling any punches! Hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT begin this episode by discussing a recent controversy over allowing pets, particularly dogs, into some eating establishments. This controversy over allowing pets in restaurants spilled over into a large retirement community, and, as Dr. Ward says, “The real action was in the comments!” But dining with dogs isn't what this week's podcast is about... Our hosts discuss how polarized the general public and pet parents have become over the past couple of years on pet-related issues from restaurants, travel, vaccines, and preventive care (we're looking at you, heartworm and flea/tick preventives!). It seems more clients are looking for a debate or argument with veterinary professionals than ever before. And when asked about their stance on these hot topics, some of these disgruntled pet parents call in a social media “hate raid” on your clinic! What's a veterinary clinic to do? Viewfinders, this is another hard-hitting, wide-ranging conversation about an emerging challenge in veterinary practice. As Beckie always says, “NOW is the time to get ahead of it!” Are you experiencing more heated conversations in your exam rooms? Do you think you're seeing more extreme positions and opinions on many veterinary care topics? How are you handling this challenging situations?