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StarTalk Radio
Concussions with Leonard Marshall

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 60:35


How is CTE different from a concussion?  Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Chuck Nice and Gary O'Reilly discuss concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, with former NFL lineman, Leonard Marshall, and neuroscientist, Heather Berlin, PhD.NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Walter Johnson, Ali AlWaheedy, Armen Gevorgyan, Jenny K Leasure, WIGwigWIG, Denny, MaKayla A Holloway, Anna Dupre-Whiting, Allain Brideau, and David for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Garpenholm, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Brain Fact Friday on ”Using Neuroscience and Dr. Covey's 5th Habit to Find Peace and Hope During Difficult Times”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 13:34


  This has been a tough week in the United States and while being interviewed on Tom Schimmer's[i] educational podcast on Monday that focuses on learning, leadership, and life, he asked me what keeps me up at night related to education, and my answer to him was “school shootings” since they don't seem to be going away. This was a day before the next mass school shooting would hit the news around the world. This has been a really tough week for everyone, in addition to the stress the world is already facing, and I'm sure those listening to this episode outside of the US can feel the turmoil, and have many questions. While I certainly don't have all the answers, I do have some thoughts that I think can provide some insight and hope for those who tune in. After this incident, while working on releasing our next episode, nothing felt right to me as I was writing, and so I figured the best solution was to take a break from our usual episodes, and think of ways that we could use this platform to amplify the voices left behind (like Chey and Pav have done do well)[ii] and highlight those who have been working in the trenches, to provide solutions for those impacted by the events like we saw repeated this week.  For returning guests, welcome back, and for those who are new here, I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator, with a passion for learning, understanding difficult concepts, and breaking them down so that we can all use and apply the most current research to improve our productivity and results in our schools, sports environments, and workplace environments. For today's episode, #218, and this week's Brain Fact Friday, we are going to look at how neuroscience can help us to understand what's happening in our world today, with some strategies that we can all use to move us from a world of chaos, towards hope. Now this episode feels right to me. Before we take a look at these brain-based solutions, getting a bigger picture overview of the events that occurred this week is important. The k12 school shooting database lists some charts and graphs that provide visuals of this issue documenting “each and every instance a gun is brandished, is fired, or a bullet hits school property (in the US) for any reason, regardless of the number of victims, time, day of the week.” There's a map that you can click on to see the incidents that have occurred by state[iii], and it's eye-opening.  Click on the link in the show notes and see for yourself. There wasn't ONE state in the US that was exempt. You can see some that have less incidents, but country wide, you can see no one remains unaffected. There's also another graph that shows some of the most recent and well-known incidents next to ones we might not all know by name, all the well-known incidents highlighted in red. We can see Columbine in 1999 with 13 people killed, Sandy Hook in 2012 with 26, Sante Fe 2018 (10), Parkland, Florida, 2022 (17) and now Uvalde, Texas with 21 killed this week. I share these numbers and visuals as a way to show that what Mathew Portell said is right on the mark. Moments of silence aren't solutions.  It's time to speak up. But what exactly do we say? How can we “Seek to Understand?” when things are so horrible and abnormal? Dr. Covey's timeless principles can help us all here. We must first Seek to Understand[iv], using Dr. Stephen Covey's Habit #5. How do we understand such difficult tragedies in our world? The Brain of a School Shooter: This takes me back to the work of American Psychologist, Dr. Daniel Amen[v], whose work looking at the brain through SPECT Image Scans[vi] (that looks at blood flow and activity in the brain—where he looks to make improvements and further balance the flow to improve brain function) his work and scans weren't widely accepted when he began years ago, but he now helps people who come to his offices across the country (from well-known sports athletes, to celebrities, to regular people) to look at their brain to get to the root of their health and wellbeing from the brain level. He's famous for saying “When our brain works right, you work right.” Dr. Amen focuses on “why” this behavior is occurring (Habit #5) as he explained on recent Instagram post that the brain of Kip Kinkel[vii] (the shooter from the Thurston High School Shooting in Springfield, OR, 1998) was shown to be “toxic, damaged, and dramatically under active.” Dr. Amen said it “was one of the worst 15-year-old brains” he has ever seen and reminds us that “we have to talk about brain function whenever behavior is so awful and abnormal” and that “if we understand why (his brain is this way—he thinks possibly lack of oxygen at birth) then we can do something about it, but “most people get medication without understanding their brain.” (Dr. Daniel Amen Instagram). Dr. Amen shows a healthy brain that is smooth, even and symmetrical, versus an unhealthy, under-active brain when he points to the brain of the shooter. The challenge with this strategy is that we don't have SPECT image scanners in our classrooms (or any brain scanners at all for that matter!)  to pinpoint those with unhealthy toxic brains, so we could do something with this information. What the Future Holds: Prevention from Understanding Dr. Amen is working on making brain scans that he offers more accessible, which only the future will tell, and aren't immediate solutions but there is still a lot that researching the brains of people who are committing these crimes can show. Since a SPECT image scan would only work on someone who is living (since it measures blood flow and activity in the brain) they can also look at the brain of someone who has died, to see what can be learned. The Brain of NFL Player Aaron Hernandez Just by looking at a razor-thin slice of the brain of Aaron Hernandez, (who was a football player in the NFL who was arrested and convicted of the murder of Odin Lloyd, and ended up committing suicide in prison) it was clear that “his brain was riddled with stage 3 CTE, a neurodegenerative disease which has 4 stages and has been found in athletes like football players, boxers and soccer players who endure repeated concussions and other blows to the head. It's been associated with memory loss, cognitive dysfunction, and suicidal thoughts and behaviors.”[viii] While brain scans are not an immediate but a future solution, I thought about what else we could do as we reflect on the events that stopped us all in our tracks this week to give us some peace in the middle of this chaos. Dr. Amen says often that he's in the “helping business” showing that his brain is hard-wired for altruism.  So How Can We Help Others With our Brain in Mind? Friederike Fabritus, a pioneer in the field of neurol-eadership, who joined us on EPISODE #27[ix]  reminded me this week that “one aspect that is very important for our brain is purpose.  When we help others and behave in altruistic ways, our brain is flooded with the happiness trifecta: dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin. These are instant well-being boosters.”[x] Doing good for others helps us to feel better! Research has shown that our brains are hard-wired for altruism and purpose.” Which brings us to this week's Brain Fact Friday. Did you know that: “Doing good for others helps us to feel better!” (Friederike Fabritius[xi], and from the research of a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, LA, Leonardo Christov-Moore[xii]  that “our altruism may be more hard-wired than previously thought?”[xiii] Besides, Dr. Amen, who is helping us to “understand” why people behave in abnormal ways, we also have people in the world who take this understanding to another level by actually doing something about the problems that they see. This leads me to highlight the work of Darryl Scott, the father of Rachel Joy Scott, the first student killed at Columbine High School, who founded Rachelschallenge.org that focuses on his daughter's life, with this legacy, not her death. Darryl Scott has spoken to over five million people in live settings around the world, not counting the millions he has spoken to through programs such as Oprah, Larry King Live, CNN, and the Today Show. He has authored or co-authored five books, and meets with politicians and educators regularly concerning issues of school violence. I highlight Darryl Scott in this episode (even though there are others taking a stand to end violence in our schools) but I had the chance to hear Darryl Scott speak when he keynoted at a School Counselors Conference in Arizona in 2018 and it was an event I will never forget. While he talked about the importance of safe schools, and provided a timeline of the shootings that occurred after Columbine, he took us all back to the person who created education in the United States in the first place, Horace Mann.[xiv] Scott reminded us about The Principles of the Father of Education, one being the importance of making education “inclusive” for all children. He asked us to all think about where we are today with helping all students feel safe in our schools, making us all think to where US education began in the first place. For this week's Brain Fact Friday where “doing good for others makes us feel better” and that we are “hard-hired for altruism” I hope that we can all think of how we can move forward, with understanding, and go the extra mile to help others in need. We might not be able to solve all the world's problems at once, but doing a little bit every day to help others can make an incredible ripple effect on the world. I know we all know how to do this, and look for the ones who don't stand out in the crowd to help. While writing this episode, my alarm went off, and I had to pick up my youngest from her last day of school. While I was driving her home, there were two kids walking home up the side walk. One kid, looked like the older sister and the other, the youngest was much farther behind. It's now close to 100 degrees out in AZ, so you get the picture. The little one walking behind dropped a folder of papers all over the ground, and her older sister didn't even notice. She kept walking and the two girls were now really far apart. I'm writing this episode and super sensitive to this poor kid who just wants to go home, and now here papers are everywhere, so I stopped the car, and helped her to pick up her papers.  I don't think I'll ever forget the look she gave me when she said “Thank you” as she ran up the street to join her sister. We all have a story like this—maybe you've helped someone walk across the street, or you've shown your kindness in some other way, but now we all know that are brains are wired to help others in this way, and to do more of this moving forward. Review and Conclusion To conclude this week's Brain Fact Friday, where we are looking for solutions to the problems we see in the world, we went back to Dr. Daniel Amen's work where SPECT image brain scans could help us to understand “why” terrible things can happen in the world (Using Dr. Covey's Habit #5 of Seek to Understand First) but until the research catches up with every day practice, we can all remember that: “Doing good for others helps us to feel better and that our brains are hard-wired for altruism and purpose.” When we find that purpose, like Darryl Scott, who founded Rachel's Challenge, this can improve our well-being while our message goes on to impact millions more around the world. Keep our eyes open for those who could use our help, and take action when you can. We can all make the world a better place, and our brains are hard wired to do this.  I hope this weekend that you surround yourself with those you love, and that you think of ways that you can help others around you, as we do have the ability to make change over time, awhich does require action, not silence.  See you next week. REFERENCES: [i] Tom Schimmer https://twitter.com/TomSchimmer [ii] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #215 with Chey and Pav  on “Amplifying Those Voices Left Behind” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/chey-cheney-and-pav-wander-from-the-chey-and-pav-show-on-their-vision-to-identify-and-amplify-the-voices-often-left-behind/ [iii] K-12 US Shooting Database https://www.chds.us/ssdb/data-map/ [iv] The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People https://www.franklincovey.com/the-7-habits/ [v] Dr. Daniel Amen Instagram post of the brain of a school shooter https://www.instagram.com/p/CeAHXUzJUaF/ [vi]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #82 PART 1 “How a Brain Scan Changed My Life with Doug Sutton” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/how-a-brain-scan-changed-my-brain-and-life-with-doug-sutton/ [vii] Thurston High School Shooting , 1998 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thurston_High_School_shooting [viii] What the Aaron Hernandez Documentary Missed About His Brain by Dr. Daniel Amen Feb. 17, 2020 https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/what-the-aaron-hernandez-documentary-missed-about-his-brain/ [ix] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #27 with Pioneer in the Field of Neuroleadership, Frederike Fabritius https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/pioneer-in-the-field-of-neuroleadership-friederike-fabritius-on-the-recipe-for-achieving-peak-performance/ [x] Friederike Fabritius LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6935211532599369728/ [xi] Our Brain and Purpose with Friederike Fabritius https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6935211532599369728/ [xii] Our Brain May be Hard-Wired for Altruism Study March 20, 2016 https://www.deccanherald.com/amp/content/535712/our-brain-may-hard-wired.html [xiii] Our Brain May be Hard-Wired for Altruism Study March 20, 2016 https://www.deccanherald.com/amp/content/535712/our-brain-may-hard-wired.html [xiv] Horace Mann, The Father of Public Education http://evolutionofeducation.leadr.msu.edu/2017/04/18/horace-mann/  

Neurology® Podcast
Neurodegeneration in Pro Football Players: TBI/CTE

Neurology® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 19:14


In the second part of our two-part series on neurodegeneration in professional football players, Dr. Shuvro Roy talks with Dr. Ann McKee about her career and work studying the consequences of repetitive traumatic brain injury (TBI) and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). For more information on the VA-BU-CLF Brain Bank at the Boston University CTE Center, including brain donation inquiries, click here.

Tiger Talk Podcast by Northeast Mississippi Community College

In under 10 minutes, Northeast president Ricky G. Ford gives a brief rundown of everything that is happening at one of the premier institutions in the United States...Northeast Mississippi Community College. Ford addresses the need more decorum at graduation and changes that may be brought on by excess noise and talking during commencement exercises at the college including adding more graduation ceremonies to reduce the amount of people in the Bonner Arnold Coliseum at one time. Ford also talks about the quick turn around that the college has had to do with its dorms with students moving out at at the beginning of this month and dorms having to be cleaned and refurbished for summer camps and summer students coming in during the month of May and June. Ford gives thanks to the men and women of the facilities operations and maintenance department for all the hours and hardwork that they have put to make sure that Northeast stays functioning with such a short turn around time. Ford also talks about the events that will happen at the college during the summer months...even though the majority of the students are away on summer months, the college still functions with summer school sessions, camps, conferences and a lot more events. Ford talks about the many job opportunities that are open for someone to become a member of the Northeast family and to be a part of one of the premier institutions of higher learning in the United States. In a quick rundown on construction on campus, Ford talks about the outdoor classrooms and steel finally arriving for that project and renovations to the area surrounding the Gaye Roden Carr Aquatic Center, the air conditioning in Ramsey, renovations to the childcare floor of the Waller Technical Center and work on some of the dorms on campus. Ford reminds listeners of a variety of events happening on campus including Orientation on Thursday, June 9; Thursday, June 16 and Thursday, June 23 as well as the "Voices & Votes" exhibit in the Anderson Hall Art Gallery from June 28 through August 16. Ford gives an update on the Apple Distinguished Schools renewal program as well as encourages everyone to sign up for the Mobile Learning Conference on June 13 and June 14. Ford announces that the college is now looking for an eSports coach and that he wants to move ahead with the project of adding eSports to the college's offering for students. 

The Peter Attia Drive
#208 - Tragedy, grief, healing, and finding happiness | Kelsey Chittick

The Peter Attia Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 114:37


View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter Kelsey Chittick is the author of Second Half: Surviving Loss and Finding Magic in the Missing. In this episode, Kelsey describes her long healing process following the sudden death of her husband, former NFL player Nate Hobgood-Chittick. She describes her life with Nate before and after football, including her premonitions that something was off about Nate and the subsequent finding that he suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). She speaks openly about how she handled his death with her children, the trauma and grief they faced in the aftermath, and how she's found ways to be happy in her new life. She shares deep insights into her healing process, including her experience with psychedelics and how the concept of “radical acceptance” has helped her to find joy once again. We discuss: Kelsey's childhood in Florida as an athlete [2:15]; Meeting Nate and early relationship with him [7:45]; Nate's unbelievable work ethic and desire to play in the NFL [12:30]; Life with a professional football player, playing through pain, and head injuries related to football [17:00]; Nate's final days of football and early retirement struggles [23:30]; The tough transition from the NFL to a “regular life” and how Nate found a way to serve others [28:45]; Nate's struggle with his weight and overall health after retirement [34:45]; Kelsey's anxiety and premonitions of Nate's impending death, and Nate's changing demeanor [37:30]; The traumatic experience of learning of Nate's death during her own spiritual journey to Jamaica [45:30]; Breaking the news to her children of their father's death [51:00]; The darkest days following Nate's passing and how her children were handling grief [55:30]; A new relationship with death, finding happiness, and the duality of feelings [1:02:45]; Nate's autopsy results showing evidence of CTE [1:07:00]; The grieving process [1:15:00]; Dealing with grief with kids and how children grieve differently [1:19:15]; Healing through her first psychedelic experience [1:23:00]; The therapeutic potential of psychedelics, meditation, and more [1:33:45]; The concept of “radical acceptance” and the peace that comes with it [1:42:30]; The up and down experience of writing her book [1:47:45]; More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube

Quite Unusual
Chris Benoit: Part 2

Quite Unusual

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 82:27


Nicole and Noelle continue with the heartbreaking story of WWE Superstar Chris Benoit. In this conclusion, we about CTE and Chris' autopsy results, conspiracies surrounding the case, reactions from the WWE, and aftermath of the case.Support us on Patreon and join The Coven!https://www.patreon.com/QuiteUnusualPodHit us up on social mediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/QuiteUnusualPod/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1349829115227754Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/quiteunusualpod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/quiteunusualpodSend us your listener lore to quiteunusualpod@gmail.comWanna send us something spooky?P.O. Box 1212Des Plaines, IL, 60017Sourceshttps://www.ranker.com/list/chris-benoit-family-tragedy-2007/tracey-grahamhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Benoithttps://prowrestling.fandom.com/wiki/Chris_Benoit_double_murder-suicidehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Benoit_double-murder_and_suicide#:~:text=Over%20a%20three%2Dday%20period,%2C%20Daniel%2C%20before%20hanging%20himself https://www.wrestlingnewsplus.com/i-was-supposed-to-be-at-chris-benoits-house-the-night-he-killed-nancy-wrestling-veteran/  https://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Death_of_Nancy_Benoit_rumour_posted_on_Wikipedia_hours_prior_to_body_being_foundhttps://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Chris_Benoit_mystery_editor_confesses:_claims_%22terrible_coincidence%22https://www.smh.com.au/world/benoit-mysterys-wiki-twist-i-did-it-20070630-gdqi73.html?page=2https://www.wrestlingnewsplus.com/i-was-supposed-to-be-at-chris-benoits-house-the-night-he-killed-nancy-wrestling-veteran/https://www.cbr.com/eddie-guerro-death-chris-benoit-tragedy/ https://wwebrady.fandom.com/wiki/WWE_Wellness_Program https://metro.co.uk/2021/09/07/chris-benoits-son-david-close-to-wrestling-debut-after-signing-deal-15220153/ 

Tiger Talk Podcast by Northeast Mississippi Community College

In just over 10 minutes, Northeast president Ricky G. Ford gives a brief rundown of everything that is happening at one of the premier institutions in the United States...Northeast Mississippi Community College. Ford recaps the last week where the college saw many of its students walk in graduations such as the Health Sciences graduation, the Associate of Arts graduation, special softball graduation, and the HiSET/GED graduation on Monday, May 16. Ford talked about the magic moments of graduation and the stories behind many students overcoming adversity to graduate from college and the looks on their faces when they were able to finally walk across the stage and receive their diplomas. Ford discusses the changes coming to the Eula Dees Memorial Library including the additions of a Maker Space, where students can explore their creativity, and the recently announced Employee Development Center that will focus on professional development for faculty and staff as it concerns technology in the classroom and in everyday life. Ford also talks about upgrading the library and making it a student-centered and user-friendly space going forward. Ford gives a rundown of the various projects happening around campus including the addition of touchless water fountains in many of the buildings, the pouring concrete for outdoor classrooms, the conclusion of Phase II of the MDOT project, and the opening of Phase III of the project to make the campus safer. Ford also tells employees to enjoy the days after graduation and use this time to get ready for summer and fall sessions with students soon. 

Henrico CTE Now
Henrico CTE Now. Season 4, Episode 10: Guest, Bob Beckwith with Cavalier Fire Protection

Henrico CTE Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:48


In this episode, we visit Bob Beckwith who is one of the owners of Cavalier Fire Protection. He talks with us about how his company is always looking for young people to start with their company and the importance of having a CTE education when starting with Cavalier. They are committed to working with new hires by providing all the available training someone will need to start with the company as well as growing their careers in a great industry that helps keep people safe. If you are college-bound or looking to work right out of high school, Cavalier would be a great company to begin your career with. Reshawn and I love working to bring you the Henrico CTE Now podcast. We would love to hear from you. Send us any questions you would like answered. Send us an email at mwroberts@henrico.k12.va.us. Also, please tell your friends and family about us and be sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE so you get a notice when we post our next episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/henrico-cte/message

TIKI TAKA – Der La Liga Podcast – meinsportpodcast.de
Aaron Hernandez: Warum wird ein Star zum Killer?

TIKI TAKA – Der La Liga Podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:44


Am 17. Juni 2013 wird ein Mann tot in einem Industriegebiet von North Attleborough im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts aufgefunden, er wurde an diesem abgelegenen Ort mit sechs Schüssen regelrecht hingerichtet. Das Opfer ist ein gewisser Odin Lloyd, ein semiprofessioneller Footballspieler - und sein Mörder? Ein Star, ein gefeierter NFL-Profi: Aaron Hernandez. Das ist ein Fall, in dem ein Mann auf dem Football-Feld große Erfolge feierte, ein umjubelter Star war. Bei dem lief auch privat alles bestens. Er war mit seiner Jugendliebe Shayanna Jenkins verlobt, gerade Vater einer Tochter geworden und hatte eigentlich alles. Das war zumindest das, was die Öffentlichkeit sah und dachte. Aber Hernandez hatte auch ein geheimes Leben. Voller falscher Freunde, Drogen und Waffen. Ein Leben, in dem er mordete. Unterstützt von Reporter-Legende Günter Zapf ermitteln Malte Asmus und Moritz Knorr die Gründe, warum Aaron Hernandez zum eiskalten Killer wurde. Waren es die Drogen, war es seine Lebensgeschichte - oder war es am Ende sogar sein Sport? Das als Intromusik verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Cinematic Crime Suspense", wurde erstellt von tyops. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz. Das im Podcast verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Your number's up ", wurde erstellt von Scott Buckley. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz.  

Faktlos – Der Fußball-Podcast mit Seidel & Klöster – meinsportpodcast.de
Aaron Hernandez: Warum wird ein Star zum Killer?

Faktlos – Der Fußball-Podcast mit Seidel & Klöster – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:44


Am 17. Juni 2013 wird ein Mann tot in einem Industriegebiet von North Attleborough im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts aufgefunden, er wurde an diesem abgelegenen Ort mit sechs Schüssen regelrecht hingerichtet. Das Opfer ist ein gewisser Odin Lloyd, ein semiprofessioneller Footballspieler - und sein Mörder? Ein Star, ein gefeierter NFL-Profi: Aaron Hernandez. Das ist ein Fall, in dem ein Mann auf dem Football-Feld große Erfolge feierte, ein umjubelter Star war. Bei dem lief auch privat alles bestens. Er war mit seiner Jugendliebe Shayanna Jenkins verlobt, gerade Vater einer Tochter geworden und hatte eigentlich alles. Das war zumindest das, was die Öffentlichkeit sah und dachte. Aber Hernandez hatte auch ein geheimes Leben. Voller falscher Freunde, Drogen und Waffen. Ein Leben, in dem er mordete. Unterstützt von Reporter-Legende Günter Zapf ermitteln Malte Asmus und Moritz Knorr die Gründe, warum Aaron Hernandez zum eiskalten Killer wurde. Waren es die Drogen, war es seine Lebensgeschichte - oder war es am Ende sogar sein Sport? Das als Intromusik verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Cinematic Crime Suspense", wurde erstellt von tyops. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz. Das im Podcast verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Your number's up ", wurde erstellt von Scott Buckley. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz.  

American Football – meinsportpodcast.de
Aaron Hernandez: Warum wird ein Star zum Killer?

American Football – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:44


Am 17. Juni 2013 wird ein Mann tot in einem Industriegebiet von North Attleborough im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts aufgefunden, er wurde an diesem abgelegenen Ort mit sechs Schüssen regelrecht hingerichtet. Das Opfer ist ein gewisser Odin Lloyd, ein semiprofessioneller Footballspieler - und sein Mörder? Ein Star, ein gefeierter NFL-Profi: Aaron Hernandez. Das ist ein Fall, in dem ein Mann auf dem Football-Feld große Erfolge feierte, ein umjubelter Star war. Bei dem lief auch privat alles bestens. Er war mit seiner Jugendliebe Shayanna Jenkins verlobt, gerade Vater einer Tochter geworden und hatte eigentlich alles. Das war zumindest das, was die Öffentlichkeit sah und dachte. Aber Hernandez hatte auch ein geheimes Leben. Voller falscher Freunde, Drogen und Waffen. Ein Leben, in dem er mordete. Unterstützt von Reporter-Legende Günter Zapf ermitteln Malte Asmus und Moritz Knorr die Gründe, warum Aaron Hernandez zum eiskalten Killer wurde. Waren es die Drogen, war es seine Lebensgeschichte - oder war es am Ende sogar sein Sport? Das als Intromusik verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Cinematic Crime Suspense", wurde erstellt von tyops. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz. Das im Podcast verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Your number's up ", wurde erstellt von Scott Buckley. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz.  

Kaltschnäuzig – meinsportpodcast.de
Aaron Hernandez: Warum wird ein Star zum Killer?

Kaltschnäuzig – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:44


Am 17. Juni 2013 wird ein Mann tot in einem Industriegebiet von North Attleborough im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts aufgefunden, er wurde an diesem abgelegenen Ort mit sechs Schüssen regelrecht hingerichtet. Das Opfer ist ein gewisser Odin Lloyd, ein semiprofessioneller Footballspieler - und sein Mörder? Ein Star, ein gefeierter NFL-Profi: Aaron Hernandez. Das ist ein Fall, in dem ein Mann auf dem Football-Feld große Erfolge feierte, ein umjubelter Star war. Bei dem lief auch privat alles bestens. Er war mit seiner Jugendliebe Shayanna Jenkins verlobt, gerade Vater einer Tochter geworden und hatte eigentlich alles. Das war zumindest das, was die Öffentlichkeit sah und dachte. Aber Hernandez hatte auch ein geheimes Leben. Voller falscher Freunde, Drogen und Waffen. Ein Leben, in dem er mordete. Unterstützt von Reporter-Legende Günter Zapf ermitteln Malte Asmus und Moritz Knorr die Gründe, warum Aaron Hernandez zum eiskalten Killer wurde. Waren es die Drogen, war es seine Lebensgeschichte - oder war es am Ende sogar sein Sport? Das als Intromusik verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Cinematic Crime Suspense", wurde erstellt von tyops. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz. Das im Podcast verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Your number's up ", wurde erstellt von Scott Buckley. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz.  

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de
Aaron Hernandez: Warum wird ein Star zum Killer?

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:44


Am 17. Juni 2013 wird ein Mann tot in einem Industriegebiet von North Attleborough im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts aufgefunden, er wurde an diesem abgelegenen Ort mit sechs Schüssen regelrecht hingerichtet. Das Opfer ist ein gewisser Odin Lloyd, ein semiprofessioneller Footballspieler - und sein Mörder? Ein Star, ein gefeierter NFL-Profi: Aaron Hernandez. Das ist ein Fall, in dem ein Mann auf dem Football-Feld große Erfolge feierte, ein umjubelter Star war. Bei dem lief auch privat alles bestens. Er war mit seiner Jugendliebe Shayanna Jenkins verlobt, gerade Vater einer Tochter geworden und hatte eigentlich alles. Das war zumindest das, was die Öffentlichkeit sah und dachte. Aber Hernandez hatte auch ein geheimes Leben. Voller falscher Freunde, Drogen und Waffen. Ein Leben, in dem er mordete. Unterstützt von Reporter-Legende Günter Zapf ermitteln Malte Asmus und Moritz Knorr die Gründe, warum Aaron Hernandez zum eiskalten Killer wurde. Waren es die Drogen, war es seine Lebensgeschichte - oder war es am Ende sogar sein Sport? Das als Intromusik verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Cinematic Crime Suspense", wurde erstellt von tyops. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz. Das im Podcast verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Your number's up ", wurde erstellt von Scott Buckley. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz.  

Tatort Sport - Wahre Verbrechen
Aaron Hernandez: Warum wird ein Star zum Killer?

Tatort Sport - Wahre Verbrechen

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:44


Am 17. Juni 2013 wird ein Mann tot in einem Industriegebiet von North Attleborough im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts aufgefunden, er wurde an diesem abgelegenen Ort mit sechs Schüssen regelrecht hingerichtet. Das Opfer ist ein gewisser Odin Lloyd, ein semiprofessioneller Footballspieler - und sein Mörder? Ein Star, ein gefeierter NFL-Profi: Aaron Hernandez. Das ist ein Fall, in dem ein Mann auf dem Football-Feld große Erfolge feierte, ein umjubelter Star war. Bei dem lief auch privat alles bestens. Er war mit seiner Jugendliebe Shayanna Jenkins verlobt, gerade Vater einer Tochter geworden und hatte eigentlich alles. Das war zumindest das, was die Öffentlichkeit sah und dachte. Aber Hernandez hatte auch ein geheimes Leben. Voller falscher Freunde, Drogen und Waffen. Ein Leben, in dem er mordete. Unterstützt von Reporter-Legende Günter Zapf ermitteln Malte Asmus und Moritz Knorr die Gründe, warum Aaron Hernandez zum eiskalten Killer wurde. Waren es die Drogen, war es seine Lebensgeschichte - oder war es am Ende sogar sein Sport? Das als Intromusik verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Cinematic Crime Suspense", wurde erstellt von tyops. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz. Das im Podcast verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Your number's up ", wurde erstellt von Scott Buckley. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz.  

Mixed-Sport – meinsportpodcast.de
Aaron Hernandez: Warum wird ein Star zum Killer?

Mixed-Sport – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:44


Am 17. Juni 2013 wird ein Mann tot in einem Industriegebiet von North Attleborough im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts aufgefunden, er wurde an diesem abgelegenen Ort mit sechs Schüssen regelrecht hingerichtet. Das Opfer ist ein gewisser Odin Lloyd, ein semiprofessioneller Footballspieler - und sein Mörder? Ein Star, ein gefeierter NFL-Profi: Aaron Hernandez. Das ist ein Fall, in dem ein Mann auf dem Football-Feld große Erfolge feierte, ein umjubelter Star war. Bei dem lief auch privat alles bestens. Er war mit seiner Jugendliebe Shayanna Jenkins verlobt, gerade Vater einer Tochter geworden und hatte eigentlich alles. Das war zumindest das, was die Öffentlichkeit sah und dachte. Aber Hernandez hatte auch ein geheimes Leben. Voller falscher Freunde, Drogen und Waffen. Ein Leben, in dem er mordete. Unterstützt von Reporter-Legende Günter Zapf ermitteln Malte Asmus und Moritz Knorr die Gründe, warum Aaron Hernandez zum eiskalten Killer wurde. Waren es die Drogen, war es seine Lebensgeschichte - oder war es am Ende sogar sein Sport? Das als Intromusik verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Cinematic Crime Suspense", wurde erstellt von tyops. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz. Das im Podcast verwendete Soundfile trägt den Titel "Your number's up ", wurde erstellt von Scott Buckley. Wir verwenden dieses Musikstück in Übereinstimmung mit der CC 4.0-Lizenz.  

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
SUNDAY RUB | RIP Andrew Symonds, Mark Howard's tribute, Essendon Soft

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 85:24


Mark Howard joins the Sunday Rub to pay tribute to cricketing great Andrew 'Roy' Symonds, Duck's had to have his shoulder operation postponed, Jay Z's Big 3 - Essendon soft, coaching rumours, and Hawthorn's midfield, Truth Or Lyon - Ross' best sprays, Pub Quiz, Shai Bolton's next step, GWS GM of Footy Jason McCartney, Hitch Your Caravan, Carlton Assistant Coach Ashley Hansen, Justin Koschitzke opens up on his concussions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Pivot Podcast
Myron Rolle, From Oxford to the NFL to Neurosurgery, the 2% way

The Pivot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 62:20


A Rhodes Scholar, a father, a husband, a doctor, an athlete and now author…Myron Rolle joins The Pivot to talk about his book The 2% Way and his philosophy of how small improvements took him from Oxford to the NFL to Neurosurgery. Ahead of the book's release- Ryan, Channing and Fred sit down with Myron and pick his brain on his unprecedented journey. The guys talk about how rare it is to be successful at two demanding, high profile professions in medicine and professional sports, which also seem complete opposites- one is a sport for entertainment and the other is life and death. Although from the outside it seems very different, Myron explains how similar the two careers really are in philosophy, approach and mindset. Balancing both athletics and academics allowed for a seamless transition from one career to the other and is something he shares with young mentees today . Ryan had the chance to play with Myron in the league and embraced the opportunity of soaking up some of the knowledge he shared along the way as well as the immense respect for his medical work and sacrifice during the pandemic. Referring to him as the smartest player to ever play in the NFL, Channing asks Myron how he could know so much about the brain and consequences of playing football yet still desire to play such a tough sport which opens up the conversation on CTE and the work Myron has done through research and partnering with the NFL. Fred acknowledges the positives and a lot of the success stories surgeons have but the guys get into a tougher conversation on how some of the losses are handled and the pressures of working at highly touted hospitals and institutes such as Mass General and Harvard. Closing out the conversation, Ryan turns it over to Myron to share his message to young people and how it's never too late to choose a different path in life and the value of hard work. The 2% Way is available starting May 17th in all major bookstores and digital platforms. Join Prize Picks now to compete against Channing, Fred and Ryan throughout the NBA Finals. Get a free $100 matched with your first $100 spent when you enter the code PIVOT. Start playing now: https://bit.ly/PrizePicksPivot Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Vicious Whispers with Mark Tullius
Episode 161: Reading, Writing, and Rocking

Vicious Whispers with Mark Tullius

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 13:59


Reading - I finished Duncan Ralston's Gross Out and loved it. The next 3 books I decided not to finish. Writing - This week I focused on TNTD: In a Dark Fairy Tale Rocking - I can't wait for my daughter's musical performance on Sunday. Podcasting - Just had a 2-hour conversation with According to Woods where we discussed TBI and CTE. https://bit.ly/3PjXVgb (7:45) I narrate two sections from Try Not to Die: At Grandma's House

Tiger Talk Podcast by Northeast Mississippi Community College

In just under 11 minutes, Northeast president Ricky G. Ford gives a brief rundown of everything that is happening at one of the premier institutions in the United States...Northeast Mississippi Community College. In a quick rundown, Ford talks about the plans for graduation on Thursday, May 12 and Friday, May 13 with the processional beginning at 6:15 p.m. entering the Bonner Arnold Coliseum and the ceremony immediately starting following the processional. During the two-night commencement exercises, Northeast will see approximately 500 students cross the stage to get their degrees and will follow that up with the college's GED/HiSET graduation on Monday, May 16 at 6:30 p.m. All graduation ceremonies will air live on NEMCCTV.com and be archived on the college's YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/nemcctv). In addition to reminding listeners of the earlier-than-normal start time for graduation, Ford talks about the upcoming program reviews and encourages all employees to perform continuous evaluations on not only their jobs but their personal lives as well. Ford discusses upcoming events such as the Northeast Mississippi Football Coaches Association high school all-star game that will be filled with a multitude of local high school talent on Tuesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. at Tiger Stadium and the Mobile Learning Conference on June 13 and June 14 online that serves as a valuable resource for our K-12 partners, our Institutes of Higher Learning members and our community college partners on how to incorporate technology in the classroom and instruction. Ford gives a rundown on ongoing construction projects such as the finishing of the Phase II MDOT project that will give the college a safer environment and the beginnings of the Phase III of the project. Ford talks about the former Corinthian Furniture building on West Chambers Drive and changes coming to it and the work on the outdoor classrooms and Seth Pounds Auditorium. Ford addresses athletics that continue throughout the spring such as the Lady Tiger softball team playing the Region XXIII Tournament in Wesson this week (games can be viewed on the Gold Channel of NEMCCTV.com) and two Northeast Tiger linksters qualifying for the NJCAA National Golf Championships in Joplin, Missouri on May 17-20. 

SveNFL
SveNFL 2022 Offseason: International Games, Owners Gonna Owner & Eagles for Jon?

SveNFL

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 60:17


The Offseason rolls on... The International schedule is out! Which game is the best? Which will likely be bad? Alvin Kamara's trial is coming up. How will this be covered? Earl Thomas is back in the news with some scary threats. Is this a CTE issue? Jerry Jones was in a car accident and he's okay. Was this a distraction? What owners conspired against Roger Goodell with Papa John? Schif lays out a strong argument for the Eagles as Jon's new team. Is this the squad for him? Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/svenfl.

On Your Prep Podcast
Ep 84: Using Reflection to Improve This Year's Lesson Plans for Next Year

On Your Prep Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 9:31


In this episode, we discuss: How reflecting on teaching at the end of the school year can help save time in planning for next year Show you a teaching reflection example from a CTE teacher's perspective Self-reflection questions for teachers that you can use when reflecting on your lessons and teaching What to do now that you've reflected on the lessons you taught Useful Links Plan Out Your Course Cheat Sheet Full Show Notes Follow Me on Instagram Connect with me on LinkedIn Find me on Facebook

Champ and The Tramp
Frankie the Comedian?! | Episode #120 | Champ and The Tramp

Champ and The Tramp

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 56:09


On this week's @ChampandtheTramp, the boys are back it in the CATT room chopping it up. They touch on some personal situations including Roger almost fighting a lunatic in a Jeep, as well as prank calling Frankie's dad by mistake. They also discuss the Elon Musk takeover of Twitter and their feelings on the horrible and sometimes homicidal effects of CTE. Will Frankie take out Roger one day in  CTE induced spontaneous attack? You be the judge. Check us out guys. Bringing you new content weekly.  #ChampandtheTramp Show page: https://www.instagram.com/champandthetramp Frankie: https://www.instagram.com/frankieedgar Roger: https://www.instagram.com/rogermathewsnj

Vicious Whispers with Mark Tullius
Episode 160: CTE and Why You Shouldn't Believe You Have the Disease

Vicious Whispers with Mark Tullius

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 26:42


(1:00) I review Brian Asman's brilliant Man, Fuck this House and discuss Duncan Ralston's Gross out which I'm halfway through and loving. (4:00) I talk about whay I'm participating and donating money to the Concussion legacy Foundation's Race to End CTE. Here is a link for anyone who wants to donate. https://raceroster.com/events/2022/50537/2022-cleveland-marathon/pledge/team/74 I also discuss why I think it's a bad idea to believe you have CTE. Believing you have a neurodegenerative disease is a sure way to add toward depression. Focus on fixing the problem and finding ways to cope with symptoms. (12:15) I discuss my desire to self-sabotage and abandon all social media. (15:35) I've made progress on Our Fucked-Up Little Family and know a lot more about one of the main characters. (17:45) I narrate two scenes from Try Not to Die: At Grandma's House.

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
Short Shorts for 1st Week of May, 2022

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 3:06


  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/LzQmL19bTxo   Short Shorts are quickie reports about cutting edge medical and healthcare discoveries.  They're worth knowing about this 1st week of May, 2022.   British regeneration scientists now have a handle on how it might be possible to make your aging cells 30 years younger.  The method begins with the technique used to reprogram mature cells to become stem cells that can develop into any type of cell.  Rather than permitting cells to drift back completely from specialized to unspecialized versions, the process is stopped so that the cells become rejuvenated without losing their unique characteristics.  We are coming ever closer to a fountain of youth.   https://elifesciences.org/articles/71624     A previous Omicron infection is unlikely to protect you against developing another one with the latest subvariants BA.4 and BA.5.  These latest challenging viruses are now sweeping across South Africa and will almost certainly be visiting your neighborhood soon.  A small, preliminary international collaborative study suggests that existing protective antibodies against these new subvariants, especially in unvaccinated persons but also in Pfizer vaccinated and boosted persons, will be inadequate to prevent yet another CoVid wave.  Get out your masks and hand sanitizer.   https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.04.29.22274477v1.full.pdf+html     A consistent 7 hours of sleep seems to be the optimal amount for adults middle-aged and older.  A British study of nearly one-half million persons from 38 to 73 years demonstrates that too little but also too much sleep affects your mental performance and memory.  Their data also raises that question whether non-optimal sleep durations actually increase inflammation and damage your brain rather than merely temporarily impairing its functioning.   https://www.nature.com/articles/s43587-022-00210-2     And finally…….The neuroscientists at Boston University discovered CTE, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.  That's the progressive brain deterioration and dementia triggered by the head pounding sustained during football and other intense contact sports.  These researchers now continue their investigations by amassing further data to prove that the level of brain damage is truly proportional to the amount of head trauma sustained.  For some years, the NFL and even college football leagues have dismissed many CTE studies as having disqualifying selection bias due to non-random donations of anatomic materials by professional athletes.  This new study adjusts for and eliminates selection bias and now estimates that 1 in 10 pro players, 1 in 250 college players, and 1 in 20,000 high school players will develop devastating and deadly CTE.   https://academic.oup.com/aje/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/aje/kwac075/6569178?redirectedFrom=fulltext     There you have the latest reveals for the 1st week of May, 2022.  When additional information about these developments becomes available, I'll pass it on to you.     #aging #rejuventation #stemcells #CoVid #omicron #BA4 #BA5 #vaccination #sleep #cognition #inflammation #football #CTE

Centered in the City
Episode 104: Mindfulness & Med Gala with Hector Marcel

Centered in the City

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 37:25


Are you a high achiever? Do you notice you get into a strirving mindset when it comes to meditation and or life? Hector talks to us about how we can untangle from an outcome oriented mindset and instead, harness that enegry to focus and notice our present moment reality. Hector also shares with us the vision and inspiration for the Med Gala, a red carpet benefit event raising funds to support meditation accessibility. Learn more about this event, donate or get tickets here (use code CTE  to get $15 off the ticket price). Take a listen to this episode and share your takeaways with us on Instagram @OneWade and @wakeupist   Are you wanting to start a mindfulness-based practice, but don't know wher to begin? That's why we created Centered in th City. We want you to have holistic resources at your fingertips that support you feeling calm, focused and energized. Sign up for your 7-day free trial and build a customized sustainable mindfulness practice in 7 days by following th Centered Method.    ***** Hector Marcel is the president of Three Jewels, the New York-based global "Enlightenment Studio,” dedicated to helping people reach their highest potential through meditation, yoga, public talks and community outreach. He is a social entrepreneur, public speaker and seasoned organizational change management professional specializing in performance, culture, and service. Hector consults from his base in New York City to a variety of international clients, integrating eastern philosophy into corporate culture and modern life. He serves on the board of the Asian Classics Institute. Hector has been studying and practicing Tibetan Buddhism for 25 years and believes that meditation opens the door to every personal achievement.  

Welcome to the Poddy
Episode 339 | "2021 Guest of the Year - Wormholes"

Welcome to the Poddy

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 63:30


The Vince McMahon of podcasting hosts the boys from the Wormholes podcast to present them with their WTTP Guest of the Year Award (00:01:21). They talk WWF/WWE wrestling (00:08:30), CTE (00:09:35), bumfights (00:14:02), Jackass (00:15:03), Pam & Tommy (00:18:42), celebrity media scrutiny (00:20:52), Ben Schwartz (00:24:21), podcasts about TV shows (00:27:25), allowances for different accents (00:35:53), CGI (00:39:53), Adelaide is the best (00:41:36), good food (00:46:41), Bung Bung Coffee (00:52:11), and believe it or not, a whole lot more!! Contribute to the podcast by emailing clay@welcometothepoddy.com or leaving a voice message HERE! Visit the website at www.welcometothepoddy.com Welcome to the Poddy is brought to you by Bung Bung Coffee (click the link and enter code PODDY for 15% off all orders) and Bet with Joel (click the link and enter code PODDYEXCLUSIVE50 for 50% off your first week, or PODDY30 for 30% off of the NBA Package). Socials: IG: https://www.instagram.com/claymcmathcomedy/ www.instagram.com/welcometothepoddy/ Twitter: twitter.com/claymcmathcomic twitter.com/WelcomePoddy Facebook: www.facebook.com/WelcomeToThePoddy/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCldd5jGzGXDXW1-H3De0QtA For all the music you hear in WTTP, listen to the WTTP playlist on Spotify at open.spotify.com/user/1240542189/…dHRCqWx96zuymAPw **PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO RATE AND REVIEW US 5 STARS, IT REALLY HELPS!!** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/welcome-to-the-poddy/message

Tiger Talk Podcast by Northeast Mississippi Community College

In just over 11 minutes, Northeast president Ricky G. Ford gives a brief rundown of everything that is happening at one of the premier institutions in the United States...Northeast Mississippi Community College. In a quick end-of-the-semester rundown, Ford talks about final exams and graduation at Northeast and the importance of faculty turning their grades in on time, and students, who want to come to summer school, paying their fees on time to avoid any delay in processing their desires for an education. Ford talks about the group of administration that went to the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) national conference and presented on what the college is doing as it concerns Strategic Doing. In an update on projects happening around campus, Ford announces that all the water fountains on campus will be changed in the coming weeks to provide filtered, cold and regular temperature water with a touchless base and addresses the needs for short-term projects like the NEMCC Tennis Complex and the Faculty/Staff Development Area in the Eula Dees Memorial Library finished as soon as possible to make way for long-term projects like a Performing Arts Center that will host more musical, entertainment, theatre, choral and symphony performances. Ford suggests that the renovations to the Seth Pounds Auditorium would be perfect for a display of the arts until a proper Performing Arts Center can be built. Ford asks all listeners for their input on new programs that the college can offer to help bolster the Northeast lineup such as the new Fiber Optic Technician Program, a night/evening/weekend school for ADN and LPN students, the addition of a cyber security team on campus and coding that will help promote technology use in the classroom to our K-12 partners. Ford brags on Northeast's online workforce training platform that currently has 93 students enrolled but has accomplished nearly 1,500 training modules for the area industry. Ford talks about athletics with softball beginning in its state tournament on Wednesday against Copiah-Lincoln at Jones County and Baseball hosting a three-game series against Jones County on Thursday at 6 p.m. Ford also takes pride in announcing the first-ever Jeffrey Powell Memorial Scholarship recipient. 

The Chewjitsu Podcast
Episode 205 - Rashad Evans and Del Jolly

The Chewjitsu Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 87:00


We are joined on the podcast by Former UFC light-heavyweight champion and UFC Hall of Famer “Suga” Rashad Evans. We are also joined by Del Jolly, who worked as part of Decriminalize Denver and Charlotte's Web CBD before co-founding Unlimited Sciences, a psychedelic research nonprofit. Rashad and Del have partnered together to create a functional mushroom company called "Umbo." On this episode, Rashad and Del discuss how they met and started their partnership, Rashad's loss for the desire to train and compete in MMA and how using “Toad Medicine” helped with seeing a new perspective in training. We also discuss dealing with “Ego Death,” why Rashad started fighting/MMA, and why he returned to fighting after retirement. Dell shares what interested him in using “Toad Medicine,” how perception of life and understanding of consciousness has changed, why medicines such as Psilocybin are illegal, the process of legalization and what research is behind Psilocybin, how Psilocybin creates new neural pathways and neurogenesis and the impact on CTE for MMA fighters, what are functional mushrooms and how they can help your health, how Rashad has modified his diet and training as he has gotten older, and Rashad and Del discuss their functional mushroom company “Umbo,” and the mission behind the company. You can pick up some of their functional mushroom supplements and bars at https://getumbo.com/ and use code Chewy15 for 15% off. Thanks to the podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to https://bit.ly/38FnyUv and use the promo code Chewjitsu20 to get 20% off of your total purchase. Epic Roll BJJ. Check out https://www.epicrollbjj.com and use the promo code Chewjitsu to get 15% off of your total purchase. Manscaped. Check out https://www.manscaped.com/ and use the promo code Chewjitsu20 to get 20% off and free shipping! Check out podcast exclusives including conversations with guests, Q&A sessions, and tons more at https://patreon.com/thechewjitsupodcast

Radio Health Journal
The Mysterious Brain Disorder That's Taken Over The NfFL

Radio Health Journal

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 10:25


Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy is a progressive brain disorder that can only be diagnosed after death. The condition is caused by repeated head trauma, but much of CTE is still a mystery. Dr. Michael Alosco discusses who he thinks is most at risk and the various obstacles researchers face while studying CTE.   Learn more at: https://radiohealthjournal.org/cte-brain-disorder-taken-over-nfl/

Tiger Talk Podcast by Northeast Mississippi Community College

In just under 10 minutes, Northeast president Ricky G. Ford gives a brief rundown of everything that is happening at one of the premier institutions in the United States...Northeast Mississippi Community College. Ford discusses all the changes happening at the top community college in Mississippi such as changes to the graduation times on May 12, May 13 and May 16. Graduation will now happen at 6:30 p.m. instead of the traditional 7 p.m. Health Sciences will graduate on Thursday, May 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Bonner Arnold Coliseum; Associate of Arts graduation will happen on Friday, May 13 at 6:30 and Adult Education will go on Monday, May 16 at 6:30 p.m. For those who cannot make it to graduation, all commencement exercises will be live streamed on NEMCCTV.com. In addition graduation changes, Ford discusses all the changes to the Northeast family such as open job opportunities for an assistant women's basketball coach, police officer, chemistry instructor, English instructor, economics instructor and information systems technology instructor and interviews happening for the open positions for sociology instructor, computer science instructor, enrollment services assistant, clinical coordinator for the sonography program and speech instructor. Changes continue as Ford talks about the upcoming budget for the 2022-23 academic year and how the changes to the K12 salary funding have put community colleges in a bind in the state with K12 instructors now making more than some community college instructors. Ford reiterates that Northeast employees will get an across the board 3-percent raise for the 2022-23 academic year but the budget will be tight for the upcoming year.  

I Love Recruiting
IF you Aren't Tracking, You Aren't a CEO with Calvin Mergen

I Love Recruiting

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 25:09


On this episode, Adam talks to Calvin Mergen about how he helps business owners track their expenses, income, behaviors and more so they can grow their business as large as possible.  Calvin shares how his love for data tracking goes all the way back to his childhood, where he was constantly testing out functions on their first family computer.  Later in life, he helped track data for another business, and eventually he realized how much Realtors would benefit from data tracking, and launched CTE to help them with it.  He shares some success stories and why he's passionate about helping business owners with their data.To learn more, go to https://www.ctebiz.com/home 

Henrico News Minute
Henrico News Minute – April 22, 2022

Henrico News Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 6:31


The Henrico School Board adopts a budget; the school system earns a state grant for CTE equipment; a national sporting goods retailer plans to enter the Virginia market with a Short Pump store; a COVID-19 update; Henrico County hosts its Earth Day and Energy Fair today; the Virginia Rent Relief Program is closing to new applications next month; a traffic alert in the Near West End.Support the show (http://www.henricocitizen.com/contribute)

The Strenuous Life Podcast with Stephan Kesting
Knockout UFC Win While Partially Blind - Lance Gibson Sr on MMA Training

The Strenuous Life Podcast with Stephan Kesting

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 66:39


Lance Gibson Sr made a HUGE impression on me when he KO'd Jermaine Andre in the UFC while partially blind in one eye. That fight was a masterclass in both grit and strategy, so I was thrilled to have him on the podcast.   We talked at length about how training for MMA has changed since the early days, whether you can operate a gym and fight professionally at the same time, what really happened at all those Big Bear training camps back in the day, how to mitigate brain damage and CTE in training, and much more.   Follow Lance Gibson on Instagram, instagram.com/lancegibsonsr and on Twitter twitter.com/lancegibsonsr.   And check out the upcoming Grapplearts instructional 'BJJ for Old F***s" at grapplearts.com/oldguard - it's really good and is currently available for pre-order.   Cheers, Stephan Kesting Grapplearts.com        

WNML All Audio Main Channel
Charles McRae - VFL On Sports Talk (4.21.22)

WNML All Audio Main Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 21:18


VFL Charles McRae joined Jimmy & Vince on SportsTalk to discuss taking part in a study to try and find CTE and other health issues in living people at Harvard.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Saturday Sports Talk
Charles McRae - VFL On Sports Talk (4.21.22)

Saturday Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 21:18


VFL Charles McRae joined Jimmy & Vince on SportsTalk to discuss taking part in a study to try and find CTE and other health issues in living people at Harvard.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Intelligence Squared
A Delicate Game: Confronting Brain Injury in Sport, with Hana Walker-Brown

Intelligence Squared

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 45:52


Writer and audio documentary maker Hana Walker-Brown's new book, A Delicate Game, investigates the reasons for sport's troubling relationship with CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy), a type of dementia caused by repeated injuries to the head. Walker-brown interviewed athletes including former rugby star Steve Thompson, 43, who has no memory of playing in the World Cup final in 2003, and the family of Jeff Astle, the former England football player who died at 59 from dementia caused – an inquest found – by decades of heading leather footballs. Host for this discussion is Joey D'Urso, Investigations Writer for The Athletic UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tiger Talk Podcast by Northeast Mississippi Community College

In just over 10 minutes, Northeast president Ricky G. Ford gives a brief rundown of everything that is happening at one of the premier institutions in the United States...Northeast Mississippi Community College. Ford announces that the college has hired a Director of Advising & Guidance and gives his support behind that position as a way of making the college's students successful. In addition to announcing the Director of Advising & Guidance, Ford encourages everyone to be up-to-date on all that is happening around the college by listening to not only the TigerTalk podcast but Liz Roark's Northeast NOW podcast which is published once a month. Ford details what makes Northeast special and talks about the development of an Employee Development Center where the college can provide specific professional development to all areas of the college. Housed in the Eula Dees Memorial Library, the Employee Development Center will not only utilize the college's vast technological resources but will also rely on the specializations that the college's employees are able to provide to their co-workers. Ford reminds everyone of upcoming events including a Retirement reception for 12 employees taking retirement this year on April 28 at 2 p.m. in the Claude Wright Room, final exams on May 2-5, and Graduation on May 12 and 13 in the Bonner Arnold Coliseum. Start time for graduation has changed from previous years and will now start at 6:30 p.m. 

The Wright Lane
On the Couch with Bruce Bruce Porter

The Wright Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022


The Wright Lane sat down with Bruce Porter for a very candid conversation about his horrific car accident that caused cerebral hemorrhage that has left him permanent nerve damage, night terrors, social anxiety, depression, his independence, and possibly CTE. Tired of feeling hopeless and defeated, he's looking forward to brighter days ahead.

Henrico CTE Now
Henrico CTE Now. Season 4, Episode 8: Brian Dail, Managing Director, Regional Project Operations Talent Solutions at Virginia Economic Development Partnership.

Henrico CTE Now

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 50:22


In this episode we have Brian Dail, he talks with us about his career path from a CTE program to graduating from a Henrico high school and working for a few machine shops including the machine shop at Rolls Royce to now working for the Virginia Economic Development Partnership. For years now he has been working to bring businesses from all over the world to start operations in Virginia. This is what a Henrico CTE Education looks like. Reshawn and I love working to bring you the Henrico CTE Now podcast. We would love to hear from you. What do you like? What don't you like? Who would you like us to interview? Do you think we should try something different? Send us an email at mwroberts@henrico.k12.va.us. Also, please tell your friends and family about us and be sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE so you get a notice when we post our next episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/henrico-cte/message

The Death Dhamma Podcast
Hector Marcel: A Reluctant, Rebellious Buddhist.

The Death Dhamma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 43:42


When Hector Marcel claims that he is a rebellious Buddhist, what he means is that he does not want to recite texts or cling to dogma. He wants to help us experience living Buddhism. In his own journey, Hector felt his practice flow purely when he received the call. You know, the call where you learn that your beloved mother is dying. At that time, he had been practicing for over twenty years and living with all of those small deaths that impermanence brings. And he knew that what really mattered was using his Buddhist practice to see his mother through to the end, in a way that gave her dignity and peace. He practiced a very purposeful form of loving-kindness. During our time together, in his purposeful and skillful way, Hector teaches me about the importance of bliss, walks me through emptiness, and reminds me of the importance of karma and intention. He is such a warm and caring example of what happens when you study Buddhism with your heart and your mind. And there it is, experiential Buddhism with a side of joy and laughter. Be sure to follow Hector on Instagram via @wakeupist. Visit the Three Jewels website: https://www.threejewels.org/ And if you will be in New York City on May 5, 2022, attend the Med Gala, a lovely spiritual play on the Met Gala. Celebrate and meditate with like-minded beings who are raising funds so that all can have equitable access to meditation. https://www.medgala.org/  Get $15 off the ticket price with discount code CTE.      

Inner Peace w/ Dr. Reese
Posture Matters w/ Brian Bradley

Inner Peace w/ Dr. Reese

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 55:17


In episode # 138, Dr. Reese sits down with Brian Bradley, a postural therapist with the egoscue method for 30 years. In this talk they discuss the cure for CTE, lymphatic drainage, the cartilage myth and how posture affects your metabolism. They also dive into how athletes and active people in general can use postural therapy to benefit their play. Plus, how did Brian Bradley end up working with Tony Robbins? __________________________ Support Dr. Reese's Work HERE Learn More About His Work HERE --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drreese/message

The Dumbbells
277 Running! (w/ Adam Conover)

The Dumbbells

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 89:11


Fun times in The Weight Room! The great Adam Conover (ADAM RUINS EVERYTHING, FACTUALLY podcast) joins Erin and Stanger for a nice chat about a range of topics. They discuss, Adam's uncanny ability to memorize lines, CTE in pro football and most importantly marathons! Adam tells the group about the two times he's run a marathon, the most recent being this year's LA race . Adam's only goal was to beat his time from 10 years ago - does he do it?? You gotta listen - also listen for some tips on how to start distance running and some very practical advice for running your first marathon!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Born of Chaos Podcast
GPS #26 - I'm Drawing A Blank!

Born of Chaos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 62:51


On the 26th episode of the Garbage Pail Skids; Kevin being fired from the show, our favorite Tarantino films, Michael Madsen and his spotty career, Doom Generation, Kids, and the weirdo that directed that and Gummo, The Brown Bunny and the controversy that surrounded the film, Steven Seagal Lawman, we discuss how CTE can cause personality changes, even accent alterations, we discuss the horrors of the yearly Chinese dog festivals and how they believe fear and pain somehow make the meat taste better, we examine a "Ghost Car" video, we talk about George R.R. Martin and if he will ever finish A Song of Ice and Fire, Rage quitting Elden Ring, lots of discussion of Elden Ring as Shane and Tim are addicts, we also have a special guest who nearly ruins the show. Plus MUCH MORE!! Opening Theme -Title: Garage - Topher Mohr and Alex Elena (No Copyright Music)Video Link: https://youtu.be/JQMpl4Peln8Genre Music: Rock - CountryVelvet Alley Designs -https://velvet-alley.com/#gps #garbagepailskids #podcast #comedy #got #gameofthrones #asongoficeandfire #asoiaf #ghostcar #georgerrmartin #michaelmadsen #sincity #frankmiller #comics #quentintarantino #tarantino #reservoirdogs #pulpfiction #eldenring #videogames #rpg #action #adventure #darksouls #soulslike #brownbunny #vincentgallo #chloesevigny #stevenseagallawman #lawman #police #cops #stevenseagal #cte #headinjury #doomgeneration #kids #gummo #harmonycorrine #davidletterman #thetonightshow #marilynmanson #evanrachelwood #currency #banking #goldstandard #fiatcurrency #federalreserve #dogthebountyhunter #cumtown #patreon

Tiger Talk Podcast by Northeast Mississippi Community College

In just under 11 minutes, Northeast president Ricky G. Ford thanks everyone for the calls, texts, letters, and concerns over the passing of his mother last week. In a heartfelt message, Ford expresses thanks to the Northeast family for making sure his family was comforted in this time of sorrow. In an update to the Strategic Doing committees, Ford talks about the total involvement that everyone has on the Strategic Doing committees and the ability for everyone on campus to have a voice through the committees. In keeping with his legislative update from last week, Ford discusses the upcoming pay increase that the Mississippi legislature has set aside for community college employees and after the 15 community colleges in the state get their share of the $11 million allocated...it comes out to a 3% across the board raise for all Northeast employees. In addition to the pay increase, Ford is thankful to the legislature for setting aside $7.5 million for Northeast for capital improvements and renovations. In a construction update, Ford talks about the Outdoor Classrooms, the MDOT Phase II Project, and the ongoing renovations to Seth Pounds Auditorium. Ford also discusses all the open positions that the college has after the announcement of 11 retirees for the 2021-2022 academic year and encourages anyone to apply for those positions and become part of the Northeast family and a member of one of the premier community colleges in the United States plus many more topics concerning Northeast Mississippi Community College. 

Tiger Talk Podcast by Northeast Mississippi Community College

In this week's episode, Northeast president Ricky G. Ford gives some great news to the employees of Northeast Mississippi Community College, the Mississippi Legislature is sending them a gift that will boost their pocketbooks in not only 2023 but 2024 as well. Tune into this week's podcast to see just how much the college will be able to increase employee pay. In addition to being able to award the hardest working employees in the nation, Ford talks about "Fan Day" at the NEMCC Baseball/Softball Complex on Wednesday, April 6 where the first 50 fans through the gates will receive a commemorative Northeast souvenir. First pitch is at 3 p.m. as the Tiger baseball team takes on East Mississippi and gates open at 2 p.m. Ford gives credit to the Iota Zeta chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society with its recent awards at the Mississippi/Louisiana Regional convention where the PTK was named the Most Distinguished Chapter for the region and also was named the top REACH Award winner, which is given to the chapter that has the highest percentage of new members accepting membership into the society. Ford announces the four individuals who have been selected for the NEMCC Hall of Fame and reminds all that Honors Day is scheduled for Monday, April 18 at 6 p.m. 

Causing The Effect
184 The Next Level with Hector Marcel

Causing The Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 54:16


Hector Marcel is the president of Three Jewels, the New York-based global "Enlightenment Studio,” dedicated to helping people reach their highest potential through meditation, yoga, public talks and community outreach. He is a social entrepreneur, public speaker and seasoned organizational change management professional specializing in performance, culture, and service. Hector has been studying and practicing Tibetan Buddhism for 25 years and believes that meditation opens the door to every personal achievement. You can check out Hector's work below.https://www.threejewels.org/https://www.instagram.com/wakeupist/If you would like to join Hector and Scott at the 2022 Med Gala in New York City  visit CTE.medgala.org OR go to medgala.org and use code CTEIf you enjoyed the podcast please rate, subscribe and share with your friends!Follow Scott on Instagram for more here. www.instagram.com/causingtheeffectpodcastYou can email Scott @ causingtheeffectpodcast@gmail.com

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – March 30, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 166:43


Red Wings fire Al Sobotka, Will Smith wouldn't leave, DJ Jazzy Jeff 'no comments' us, free QLine rides, from Secrets of Playboy to Thousand Pound Sisters, Trevor Bauer sues journalists, and Bruce Willis retirement phony phone calls.More Will Smith/Chris Rock Silence Breaking: King Richard Williams' estranged daughter speaks. The 'Tell The Truth" CTE doctor supports Will. David Spade & Dana Carvey speak. Chris Rock adds more shows to sell out. Wanda Sykes and Amy Schumer are "traumatized".The 'Thousand Pound Twins' pop off about Hugh Heffner on Secrets of Playboy.Trudi caught the new Jackass Forever flick and there is no shortage of weiners.Tom Mazawey collaborated with The Ting Tings and has no idea who they are.Trevor Bauer is suing The Athletic, Deadspin and Molly Knight for defamation.Alex Jones tries to pay the Sandy Hook parents to SHUT UP... but they aren't having it.The QLine is still free of charge if anyone wants a 3.3-mile ride.Astronaut Mark Vande Hei had to be carried away after his return from outer space.Al Sobotka has been BLOWN OUT by the Detroit Red Wings. We check in with Al, who sounds really bummed out. Jim Bentley joins the show to tell an Al Sobotka story and brag about his farts in our system.Bruce Willis is retiring from acting due to Aphasia. We remember a few prank phone calls in his honor.Casey Anthony is murdering an episode of VH1's "My Dream Wedding."Drew is pumped for Roxy Music's tour.Taylor Hawkins: The Foo Fighters cancel their tour dates. John Stamos shares his last texts with Taylor. Paul McCartney shares a pic. Jimmy Page is bummed, but they'll always have this song.The Detroit News wants you to feel that Kid Rock's album has bombed when the truth is, it's a little early. Some people are saying Adam Graham is focusing on politics.Breaking News: Will Smith refused to leave the Oscars after he assaulted Chris Rock. The Oscars and the BAFTAs are beefing. Tony Rock does NOT accept Will Smith's apology. DJ Jazzy Jeff gives us no comment.The Red Hot Chili Peppers have their own channel on SiriusXM.Drew Crime: Drew declares Wendi Mae Davidson the hottest murderer possibly ever. We roll through the hottest female murderers. We discuss Life of Crime 1984-2020.COVID: Joe Biden got his 4th shot today. NYC is allowing the rich and famous to go vaccine free.Spaceman Lee is still striking batter out at age 75.Eric Church cancels concert so he can attend Duke vs North Carolina.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Not Here To Argue
Dr. Robert Gronkowski, PhD (Feat. Charles McDonald)

Not Here To Argue

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 165:10


Trill and SJ revisit yesterday's SG tier, roast NBA player outfits, a legendary battle against Letterle, Commander Dale has tips for Chris Rock, Jameson Williams is back to prove ACL injuries aren't real, Giannis blocks Embiid in todays roundball roundup, Charles McDonald stops by to talk Jim Irsay hating Carson Wentz, the Commanders unis, Dr Robert Gronkowski cures CTE, the NFL has new hiring rules, and more!  VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMrpHfsX5go Watch LIVE on YouTube M-F 12-3ET to chat along with us and check out the clips for our best moments so far! Give @UnderdogFantasy a follow as well for more from our buds! 

Crime in Sports
#294 - Long, Thick & Massive - The Theatricalness of "Neon" Leon Spinks

Crime in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 189:33


This week, we explore one of the most interesting, strange & wild careers that we've ever heard of, combined with a private life that can easily be described as "erratic". He has more arrests than you can count, but one thing remains true, that he's self destructive, but very nice person. An Olympic gold medalist, and member of a legendary boxing family. He became heavyweight champion of the world, in only his 8th fight, and it went downhill from there. Fast. He even had his teeth stolen, multiple times. But one part of him is incredibly impressive, and it's not his right hand! Shock the world, screw it up, and become The Chicken Wing King, instead, with "Neon" Leon Spinks!! Check us out, every Tuesday! !We will continue to bring you the biggest idiots in sports history!!  Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman  Donate at... patreon.com/crimeinsports or with paypal.com using our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com  Get all the CIS & STM merch at crimeinsports.threadless.com  Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things CIS & STM!!  Contact us on... twitter.com/crimeinsports crimeinsports@gmail.com facebook.com/Crimeinsports instagram.com/smalltownmurder