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PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Small-molecule ketone esters treat brain network abnormalities in an Alzheimer's disease mouse model

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.24.509337v1?rss=1 Authors: Newman, J. C., Ma, K., Kroll, F., Higgins, E., Ulrich, S., Palop, J. J., Verdin, E. Abstract: Altered brain network activity and the resulting hypersynchrony are important for the pathogenesis of cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease (AD) mouse models. Treatments that reduce epileptiform discharges (EDs) or network hyperactivity improve cognition in AD models and humans. We first show that ketogenic diet, but not fasting, rapidly and persistently reduced EDs in the hAPPJ20 Alzheimer's mouse model over timescales of hours to months. Then, to identify the specific mechanism of the pleiotropic ketogenic diet, we developed small molecule ketone esters to deliver ketone bodies pharmacologically. Two ketone esters recapitulate ED suppression without other dietary manipulation, over time scales of minutes to one week. This small molecule rescue was associated with reduced low-frequency oscillatory activity similar to the recently reported mechanism of an NMDA receptor modulator molecule in this model. Long-term KD resulted in cognitive improvement and in a sex-stratified analysis also improved survival in the more severely affected hAPPJ20 males. Agents that deliver ketone bodies via small molecules or act on downstream targets may hold therapeutic promise in AD through the mechanism of improved network function and reduced epileptiform activity. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer

Adaptabilia
Episode 36 - Taylor Goldberg: Debunking Hypermobility Myths With The Hypermobile Chiro

Adaptabilia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 68:06


Chris sat down to talk with Taylor about all things hypermobility. We discuss the differences  between hypermobility spectrum disorders and hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), current controversies over diagnostic tests including the beighton score, her journey with her own hEDS diagnosis, alternative medicine and evidence based care, addressing the most common misconceptions, and short and long-term self management strategies for this population. Taylor is a chiropractor and remote coach based out of Colorado Springs.  We hope you all enjoy! @thehypermobilechiro@adaptabilia@the_atg_physio@mas.moore@chris_barbellmedicine

The Squarepeg Podcast
81. S7, Ep1: The challenge of creating the life you want when you diverge from the neurotypical ‘norm'

The Squarepeg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 59:51


My guest this week is Dr Kate Tomas, a Spiritual Mentor who lives in mid Wales in the UK. Kate developed powerful psychic abilities from an early age, and by 22 had built a thriving international practice as a witch, healer and psychic for individuals, multinational brands, governments and CEOs. She holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Theology from the University of Oxford, and is a world expert in Mysticism and Catholic women mystics. In 2018 she started a program called The Spiritual Life Upgrade to give women and non-binary people access to the core teachings of her spiritual tradition. First diagnosed with the connective tissue disorder EDS, Kate was diagnosed autistic and ADHD in her late 30s, when, like so many of us, she found herself making sense of many aspects of her life. In our conversation, Kate and I talk about: ➡ How our concept of self can change with an autism diagnosis ➡ Masking, misophonia, texture issues, and re-watching the same TV shows ➡ Structural oppression and privilege and how these relate to neurodivergent people ➡ The joy of gradually unmasking with our partners  This episode of the SquarePeg podcast is sponsored by THRIVE, my live workshop series. In these workshops I invite late diagnosed autistic women and nonbinary people to come with me on a journey of self discovery around life, work, personal fulfilment, and figuring out what you want out of life, what you actually need as an autistic adult, and how to start creating the life you truly want. If you'd like me to let you know when the next live round of workshops is open for enrolment, go to squarepeg.community/thrive/. Squarepeg is a podcast in which neurodivergent women, and trans and nonbinary people, explore navigating a neurotypical world and share their insights, challenges and successes. I hope that these conversations will be inspiring and thought provoking, open you up to new ways of thinking about being neurodivergent, and help you feel more connected to a worldwide community of people with similar experiences. I'm Amy Richards, and after being diagnosed autistic at the age of 37 I'm now on a mission to learn more about different perspectives and issues around being a neurodivergent adult in a world that feels like it doesn't quite fit.   EPISODE LINKS: Kate's website: https://www.drkatetomas.com/ Her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katetomasphd/   If you'd like to connect or get in touch with Squarepeg, you can find me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/squarepeg.community/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/squarepegautism  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/squarepegautism/  Or on my website: https://squarepeg.community/    THANK YOU TO MY PATRONS! A HUGE thank you to my amazing patrons, who support my work on the podcast: Abi Hunter, Abigail J Moore, Amy Adler, Amy-Beth Mellor, Annette, Ben Davies, Benita Borchard-Thierbach, Caroline, Cat Preston, Catrin Green, Cindy Bailey, Corinne Cariad, Danielle Warby, Dawn Trevellion, Emily, Elizabeth Vezina, Elizabeth Williams, Galina, Gwyneth, Jackie Allen, Jeff Goldman, Jen Bartlett, Kate Faust, Katharine Richards, Katherine Lynch, Kenneth Knowles, Laura Battley, Lea Li, Leo Ricketts, Lilli Simmons, Lyb, Mandy Allen, Pete Burke, Rebecca Kemp, Sarah Cottrell, Sarah Jeffery, Sarah Ivinson, Sarah Swanton, Sioned Wynn, Suzanna Chen, Suzanne, Tessa Valyou, Tree Hall, Una Walkenhorst, Vicki Temple, Victoria Routledge and Zephyrine Craster. If you're enjoying the Squarepeg podcast and would like to help me carry on making new episodes, you can become a member of the Squarepeg community on Patreon from just £3 per month: https://www.patreon.com/squarepegpodcast 

Daydreams
Pablo Sonhar @pablosonhar - Daydreams Episode 297

Daydreams

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 62:53


01) Amar N - Mahayana (Extended Mix) [Infrasonic Pure] 02) Arctic Ocean - Underwater (Extended Mix) [Regenerate Records] 03) Cj Mover - Audio Freaks (Original Mix) [D.MAX RECORDINGS] 04) NG Rezonance & Bryn Whiting - Limitless (Extended Mix) [Defiant Digital Records] 05) Last Soldier & NELLY TGM - Promise You My Love (Extended Uplifting Mix) [Last State Records] 06) DJT - Light In The Dark (Extended Mix) [Neostatics Vision] 07) Fredix - Change Position (Extended Mix) [Soundserfing Records] 08) Altek - Remember (Original Mix) [High Emotions Recordings] 09) Ed Sánchez - Dear Daughter (Extended Mix) [Kinected Recordings] 10) Iñigo Rave - Skylea (Original Mix) [TranZone Recordings]

The BlackSwarm Podcast
BSP 66: St. Ed's Recap and Fitch Preview

The BlackSwarm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 171:59


Please welcome Stark Media's Drew Sarachman on the show! We get to know Drew and talk some program building for a few known Massillon foes (0:00-32:20). We also talk the Eds game (32:20-54:29) and get some in depth film room action with Drew (54:29-1:59:55). Then we finish off with a Fitch preview (1:59:55-2:16:50) and some fan questions (2:16:50-2:51:59). Go Tigers!

Trancescension
Trancescension S03 EP138

Trancescension

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 60:00


Welcome to the journey called Trancescension. Every week we bring you the latest and greatest tracks out there in this 1 hour long show. We will hit you with everything from the biggest uplifting trance to the hardest hitting progressive and psy basslines. Follow us on social so you don't miss a thing. Youtube: youtube.cpom/c/vorceradj Twitch: twitch.tv/vorcera Facebook: facebook.com/trancescension Twitter: twitter.com/trancescension Reddit: reddit.com/r/trancescension You can also hear this show on many of the big streaming services like Google Podcast, Itunes Store, Deezer, TuneIn and more. Track List: 00:00) Welcome To Trancescension 01:03) Paul Denton - Why We Fall (Extended Mix) [ Subculture ] 07:04) Simon Patterson - Voodoo (Extended Mix) [ VII ] 10:47) Marco Mc Neil - Night Train (Original Mix) [ Nothing But ] 14:45) Tiff Lacey, Kaimo K - Linger (Extended Mix) [ Amsterdam Trance Records (RazNitzanMusic) ] 19:39) Nick The Kid - Deprivation (Extended Mix) [ Positive State ] 24:10) Metta & Glyde - Anywhere with You (Original Mix) [ One Forty Music ] 30:12) Alex Believe, Fantazm, Spectorsonic - Symbiosis (Trance Assorty Anthem) (Extended Mix) [ 2Rock Recordings ] 33:41) Sergei Romenski, ILYIN - Challenger (Extended Mix) [ Full On 140 Records ] 37:09) Mercurial Virus - Ninmah (Extended Mix) [ ZYX TRANCE ] 41:09) Six Senses, Anton van Sprundel - Emerge (Extended Mix) [ Ablazing Records ] 46:15) Aleksey Litunov - Asteroid (Original Mix) [ Nothing But ] 49:58) Ed Sánchez - Resilience (Extended Mix) [ Trancespired Recordings ] 54:08) Claas Inc., NicAr - Awake (Extended Mix) [ Suanda True ]

The SeasonED RD
Having The Goal-Weight Conversation

The SeasonED RD

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 43:57


Brooke Butler, RD, CEDRD-S How to understand goal weight (including transgender) Growth Charts are vital It all comes back to fear – “I'm afraid my kid will relapse, I'm afraid we're pushing them too hard” – the relapse factor is much more prevalent if we leave them at a weight that is not appropriate for their body. The eating disorder places a lot of distress on the number Body distress is inverse – body distress can decrease when well-weight is achieved and maintained Depriving them of that potential for decreased body distress if we leave them at that weight. Blind vs open weight and the CARES Act Subtypes for ARFID described, including ARFID+ Distress tolerance skills no matter what the diagnosis Hierarchy and hands on exposure work with the dietitian in the inpatient setting Meal plan reflects safe foods then build up ERC has a course for parents on technology – kids and teens have sort of an “addiction” to technology “I wish I had known to seek out more information on EDs –dietitian training was focused on obesity”   This episode is sponsored by: Eating Recovery Center & Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center   Brooke's Seasonings: Seek supervision and putting the minds together with other providers  Obtaining growth charts are vital Eating Disorders are everywhere in general hospital settings   Bio: Brooke Butler is the Nutrition Manager for the Child and Adolescent Program at Eating Recovery Center in Denver, CO. She received her bachelor's degree in Dietetics from the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri and completed her dietetic internship at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. Brooke was a clinical dietitian for three years at the University of Missouri's Hospital, where she specialized in providing medical nutrition therapy for general medicine and psychiatry patients, which included patients with eating disorders. Brooke has been at Eating Recovery Center since October 2013, and has found her calling helping children, adolescents, and families in moving away from disordered eating, the diet mentality and placing "good" or "bad" labels on food. Brooke is an active member of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, and holds their Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Approved Supervisor credentials. She is a founding member of the Denver chapter of the International Federation of Eating Disorder Dietitians. In her free time, Brooke enjoys all the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer, is a huge board game aficionado, and is on a mission to tour all the State Capitols.  With your host Beth Harrell

DJ Ten - Inspired By Trance Series
DJ Ten - Inspired By Trance - Episode 071 [Sept 2022]

DJ Ten - Inspired By Trance Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 124:55


DJ Ten - Inspired By Trance - Episode 071 [Sept 2022] Another 2hr journey from beautiful uplifters

The BlackSwarm Podcast
BSP 65: Warren Recap and St Eds Preview

The BlackSwarm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 143:29


Join us as we break down the Warren game (00:00-17:18), watch some highlights and break down some Eds film (17:18-1:14:05), preview St Edwards (1:14:05-1:41:03), pick some local and college spreads (1:41:03-1:51:44), and finish off with some fan questions (1:51:44-2:23:30). Go Tigers

Classical Education
The Art of Teaching Science & Pursuing Truth with Dr. Steve Mittwede

Classical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 49:37


About our Guest: Steve Mittwede, PhD, EdSDr. Mittwede is privileged to be a teacher of Earth Science at Randolph School in Huntsville (Rocket City!), Alabama, after having taught at two great classical schools in Texas for the past seven years. Heartily committed to lifelong learning, his most recent degree was an EdS in Educational Leadership from Columbia International University (CIU), following degrees in geology from The College of William and Mary (BS) and the University of South Carolina (MS and PhD), the last two while concurrently working as a full-time mineral resources geologist for the South Carolina Geological Survey.  During that time in South Carolina, he married Dana, and they were blessed with four sons in close succession – all now grown, married, and raising their own broods (13 grandchildren and counting!). Steve also has an MA in intercultural studies from CIU and an MTh in theology from Union School of Theology/University of South Wales (UK). With his family, Steve lived for 23 years in Ankara, Turkey where he worked as an educator, academic researcher, consulting geologist, and scientific/technical editor. His main research “squeeze” over the last few years has been the great Peripatetic, Theophrastus, a paragon of scholarly virtues that are especially applicable in science education.Show NotesAdrienne interviews master teacher, Dr. Steve Mittwede on the art of teaching science. As an expert in the classroom, Steve brings practical ideas for teachers to consider for good, truth-driven instruction. He discusses in detail how to help students use good language (grammar mode of the trivium) to help them in habits of attending and defining their observations. We also discuss the truth pursuits around the unity of knowledge and how important this is to the foundation of integerated instruction. If truth is a foundation to classical education, then integrating all the "subjects" together ought to matter! His Three Realms of Knowing is a construct he developed about 20 years ago showing students that everything fits together. Some topics in this episode include: What is a good definition of science? How should science text books be used? What are best practices in the art of teaching science? How to engender conversations for good scientific hypothese Why nature study is critical for good science practices with students How scientific thinking can help us integrate and make connections to all truth and reality.  The Law of Noncontradiction Horizontal integration of science with poetry and Socratic inquiry Books & Resources In This EpisodeAristotle's Metaphysics"Learning Scholarly Virtues from Theaphrastus" by Dr. Mittwede, published by SCLOpus Majus by Roger BaconPoems for Science classHymn before Sun-rise, in the Vale of Chamouni By Samuel Taylor ColeridgeI Am Like a Slip of Comet by Gerard Manley HopkinsQuotes that Dr. Mittwede uses in his science classes"Truth, like gold, is not be obtained by its growth, but by washing away from it all that is not gold."- Leo Tolstoy"I would rather be ashes than dust! I would rather that my spark should burn out in a brilliant blaze than it should be stifled by dry-rot. I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet. The proper function of man is to live, not to exist. I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them. I shall use my time."- Jack LondonPlease Support us on Patreon_________________________________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, RV529 : Lana Trotovsek, violin Sreten Krstic, violin with Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian Philharmonic © 2022 Beautiful Teaching. All Rights Reserved ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Electronic Impressions with Danny Grunow
Electronic Impressions 776 with Danny Grunow

Electronic Impressions with Danny Grunow

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 120:00


***Weekly based radio show from your host Danny Grunow. Showcasing the hottest new tunes world wide and also the well-known classics from the past...*** **Subscribe to Electronic Impressions on iTunes:** www.itunes.dannygrunow.com *Previous Episodes Here -* www.soundcloud.com/dannygrunow/sets/electronic-impressions **Connect with Electronic Impressions** iTunes: www.itunes.dannygrunow.com Deezer: www.deezer.dannygrunow.com MixCloud: www.mixcloud.dannygrunow.com hearthis.at: www.hearthis.dannygrunow.com **Connect with Danny Grunow** Twitter: www.twitter.dannygrunow.com Facebook: www.facebook.dannygrunow.com YouTube: www.youtube.dannygrunow.com Twitch: www.twitch.dannygrunow.com Instagram: www.instagram.dannygrunow.com Spotify: www.spotify.dannygrunow.com ***Tracklist:*** 01 Cj Mover - They Make Me Happy [Alveda Liquid] 02 Fabrice - Outlander (Original Mix) [Tecnomind Music] 03 Kita-Kei - Corundum (Henry Moe & N-sKing Remix) [Aerodynamica Music] 04 Joe Fares - Maldives (Original Mix) [Gert Records] 05 Derek Palmer & Hidden Tigress - Always You (Alan Santy Remix) [Nahawand Recordings] 06 The Space Brothers - Forever (ReOrder Remix) [Armada Captivating] 07 DJT - Root Level (Extended Mix) [Tranceformer Uplift] 08 Fredix - Autumn Noise (Original Mix) [Gert Records] 09 Shouga - Meditation (Original Mix) [D.Max Recordings] 10 Arcvalx - 3 A.M. (PvR Remix) [High Emotions Recordings] 11 DJ Eternity - New Horizon (Extended Mix) [ZYX Trance] 12 Hiddeminside & Antxon Casuso - Looking Inside [Vengeance Records] 13 Jason (CHN) - Angels Tears (Original Mix) [Trance Is The Life] 14 Michele Cecchi - The Meaning (Original Mix) [TranZone Recordings] 15 ILYIN & Sergei Romenski - Challenger (Extended Mix) [Full On 140 Records] 16 Mercurial Virus - Ninmah (Extended Mix) [ZYX Trance] 17 RedShooter - True Love (Original Mix) [D.Max Recordings] 18 Andy Newtz - Powersurge (Original Mix) [Endlesssky Audio] 19 Paul Elov8 Smith - Impulse (Artifi Raging Club Mix) [Tecnomind Uplifting] 20 Claas Inc. feat. NicAr - Awake (Extended Mix) [Suanda True] 21 DMPV & Anveld - Pilgrim (W!SS Remix) [Neostatics Vision] 22 Ed Sánchez - Resilience (Extended Mix) [Trancespired Recordings] 23 Elenski - She Is My Sacrament (Original Mix) [Sub.Mission Recordings] 24 Guava - Rise Above (Extended Mix) [Think Trance]

The CU2.0 Podcast
CU 2.0 Podcast Episode 217 Kent Lugrand CEO of InTouch Credit Union on Rewards Innovation and a Lot More

The CU2.0 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 60:19


 This is a different kind of podcast. Unlike just about any other in the series.It started normally enough.  An email came in from a PR person offering Kent Lugrand, CEO of the $1 billion InTouch Credit Union in Texas, as a guest to discuss the institution's high yield checking account which provides members a way to earn up to 4% interest on deposits if they put $2500 per month on their debit card.Then I discovered that InTouch has made a $1 million pledge to fund food banks for the hungry and needy in DFW, Las Vegas, and Detroit, its three chief regions.  Money to fund this comes from a share of revenues generated by credit and debit card usage and also new loans.The combination of food for the hungry and more interest for members seemed interesting and relevant enough to warrant inviting Lugrand to guest.But we get a whole lot more than that. For instance: Lugrand started his career as a stockbroker and for some years he made the very big bucks. He had everything he wanted to buy and that was a lot of stuff because he had grown up one of nine children in a Plains state family where money was in short supply.He still remembers when he got his first winter coat that was brand new. He tells that story in the podcast.Did I mention that Lugrand is African American? I did not and that is because he is a man who is proud of who he is but he also is proud that he's a good family member, proud that he cares for his community, proud that he is a hard and smart worker. He talks about him and race in the podcast too.And why he ditched the high flying life of a stockbroker for credit unions.Along the way we do talk about High Yield Checking.But buckle up. This is not the ride you expect - but you definitely won't want your money back.  This is a podcast you will tell many others to listen to.Listen up.Like what you are hearing? Find out how you can help sponsor this podcast here. Very affordable sponsorship packages are available. Email rjmcgarvey@gmail.comAnd like this podcast on whatever service you use to stream it. That matters.Find out more about CU2.0 and the digital transformation of credit unions here. It's a journey every credit union needs to take. Pronto

Share The Wealth Show
Using My Tax Return To Buy A Property Every Year... for 20 Years

Share The Wealth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 40:32


Getting into real estate is challenging, but it can be rewarding experience. As long as you have the right strategies and mindset, you can set yourself up for success.   In this episode, Travis Gibson talks about valuable lessons he learned throughout his career in real estate. He was doing well for himself as a software engineer and investor, but the crash of 2018 left him fighting to recover his lost assets. He details his transition to multifamily and trading and offers important insights on how to be wise with money.   Travis is the Principal and founding member of the private equity investment firm, Freeman Equity which has over $65M AUM. He has over 20 years in both the public and private equity markets. He has extensive experience investing in self-storage facilities, residential mortgage notes, mobile home parks, single-family residential acquisitions, office buildings, and Multifamily real estate syndications. Coming from a background in software engineering he has a wealth of experience in defining project requirements and managing development teams for Fortune 500 companies such as EDS, ECMC, and Apple. Finance.   Do you want to build wealth for yourself and your family? You need THE LAUNCHPAD. Click here to learn more!   [00:01 - 10:42] Who is Travis Gibson?  Travis on coming from a family of real estate owners and professionals He bought his first property to get tax deductions What was it like when he lost half of his portfolio in the 2008 market crash   [10:43 - 22:33] Surviving and Thriving with Multifamily By finding a lender that would give him credit and buying single-family homes cheaply, he was able to slowly rebuild his portfolio Not wanting to deal with residents' problems anymore, he discovered multifamily through a friend and how it offers better returns and tax advantages Travis shares a bad experience with a tenant and why you should always trust but verify He chose to be an active investor so he could learn the in and outs of the business   [22:33 - 29:31] Take Profits or Don't Managing greed is essential, especially in trading Use profits from trading to invest in multifamily Set up rules and trade by those rules to mitigate risk Travis explains why he doesn't want to create a course on trading How he's able to balance his W2, real estate, trading, and personal life   [29:32 - 39:45] Building Sustainable Wealth as a Minority The community itself has capital, but the investment strategy is problematic You don't need a lottery ticket, start with wherever you are Do due diligence and find the best cash-flowing assets Figure out your financial goals Look at your expenses and cut out unnecessary spending There is value in delayed gratification   [39:46 - 40:31] Closing Segment  Watch out for part 2 of our conversation with Travis! Key Quotes    “It's important that you're super diligent in choosing the best possible assets that you can from a risk standpoint, but also from a growth standpoint.” - Travis Gibson   “I've really tried to work on not only my children but also my family and pretty much anybody that wants to talk about it. Financial literacy is a huge component in this, just learning how to manage your finances and from there, how to invest. It's pivotal, right?”  Travis Gibson   “The ability to defer gratification is a big part of any sound investment strategy. Do you want a new car? Yes. Do you need a new car is the question.”  Travis Gibson Resource Mentioned: The Miracle Morning     Connect with Travis Gibson through his LinkedIn! Check out Freeman Equity Group on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and their website. Let's get connected!  You can find Nicole on LinkedIn, Instagram, or Facebook. Visit her website https://noirvestholdings.com      LEAVE A REVIEW & SHARE THE WEALTH by SHARING this EPISODE with someone who wants to learn the secret strategies of the wealthy and build an abundant life. You can listen to previous episodes of Share the Wealth Show here.

Onstage Radio
Artento Divini - Onstage Radio 235

Onstage Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 114:26


#scfirst #artentodivini #Trance Streamed live on 12 of September at twitch.tv/artentodivini Tune in every Monday at 20:00​ CET for a new DJ set with hottest records around live from The Onstage Radio Studio. Tracklist: 01. South Of The Stars - Void_ 02. FAWZY with Vassmo & Rebecca Louise Burch - Always 03. Sneijder & Thomas Bronzwaer - Into The Light 04. BiXX - Connect The Dots 05. BarWall & Ria Joyse - Tell Me Why 06. Artento Divini x Davey Asprey - Divos 07. Nebulus - Destination Paradise (Madwave Remix) 08. Parnassvs - Halcyon Sunrise 09. Id - Id 10. Iberian feat. Lyd14 - Avalanche 11. Tensteps & Jaime Deraz - Forever 12. Master Beat Projekt - Mirage 13. Klaus Kaz - In The Darkness 14. Storm - Time To Burn (Jam El Mar Remix) 15. Calvin O'Commor - Love Is All Around 16. Electrique Boutique - Revelation (BK Remix) 17. Mehdi Owji - Sigh 18. Ozo Effy - Sunlight 19. Amar N - Mahayana 20. Rhys Elliott - Left Behind 21. Para X - Cold Shadows 22. N-sKing- Satisfaction 23. Roman Messer - Falling 24. Darren O'Brien & Tammy Milner - Dont Let Go (Chris Schweizer Mix) 25. Made Of Light feat. Zara Taylor - Just Above The Clouds 26. Richard Durand & Susana - I Matter To You (XiJaro & Pitch Remix) 27. Clay C - Dark Light 28. Ed Sánchez - Resilience 29. TEKNO, DJ T.H. & Amin Salmee - Castles Made Of Sand 30. Claas Inc. feat. NicAr - Awake

Fibromyalgia Podcast
Conditions Related to Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 48:02


Many of the symptoms people blame on fibromyalgia are actually due to coexisting conditions. Too many people go too long with the wrong diagnosis, taking inappropriate medications, and following unnecessary protocols because their provider didn't identify the correct cause. This topic came up a lot in the last cohort of Certified Fibromyalgia Advisor® training. As we went through the program, the students had many lightbulb moments and realized much more was happening than just fibromyalgia. By getting to know fibromyalgia deeply, it becomes a lot easier to spot when those symptoms are from something else. After living with fibromyalgia since 2007 and being a coach for over ten years, Tami often picks up clues in client conversations that indicate something else is going on. Today, she's sharing a brief overview of some of the most common conditions that tend to get overlooked after someone has been diagnosed with fibromyalgia.  In this episode, Tami talks about how she spots the clues that something else is at play, the problem with the lack of training about fibromyalgia in medical school, symptoms of other conditions often get blamed on fibromyalgia, why it's critical to identify and address the root cause of your symptoms correctly, clues she typically sees that suggest Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS), respiratory issues, Sjogren's syndrome, sleep apnea, thyroid conditions, lupus, mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS), multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease, neuropathy, and other common conditions we see alongside fibromyalgia, why testing TSH alone isn't enough to assess your thyroid function, what you need to know about chronic fatigue syndrome/ME and fibromyalgia, viruses and bacterial infections that have similar symptoms to fibromyalgia, and more.   Note: This episode is not meant to be medical advice. Every person and every situation is unique. The information you learn in this episode should be shared and discussed with your own healthcare providers. To learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit the show notes. For daily doses of hope, inspiration, and practical advice, join Tami on Facebook or Instagram. Need a good book to read? Download Tami's books for free. Ready to take back control of your life and health? Schedule a consultation with a Certified Fibromyalgia Coach®.

The Meaning Movement: Helping You Find Your Calling, Create Your Life's Work, and Make Career Change
From Boxing To Teaching: Lessons On How To Fight Negativity With Ed Latimore

The Meaning Movement: Helping You Find Your Calling, Create Your Life's Work, and Make Career Change

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 52:38


Ed Latimore is a former professional heavyweight boxer, a competitive chess player, and a bestselling author. Ed is a force in the world. If you search him up on social media, you'll see how prolific he is. It's amazing. Ed's writing focuses on self-development, realizing your potential, and sobriety — all of which he approaches from personal experience, overcoming poverty and addiction. Ed is an inspiration and was so much fun to connect with. I think you'll enjoy this one. In this episode you'll learn: -What Edward Latimore does -How Ed found purpose in writing and teaching -Some Lessons from Eds path and boxing career -Why you should avoid negativity -Some advice on how to pursue meaning Show Notes: https://themeaningmovement.com/ed

Finding Genius Podcast
Getting Familiar With Clinical Genomic Medicine And Hypermobility Disorders With Dr. Paldeep Atwal

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 32:03


Dr. Paldeep S. Atwal joins the podcast today to discuss his research in clinical genomic medicine and educate us on Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS). Dr. Atwal is a board-certified clinical and medical biochemical geneticist and director of the Atwal Clinic for Genomic & Personalized Medicine. Hypermobility disorders can be debilitating to live with. Medical professionals like Dr. Atwal are finding innovative ways to diagnose and treat EDS, and conditions like it… Offer: This Podcast is Sponsored by Lost Empire Herbs. Right now, Lost Empire Herb's bestselling Pine Pollen is now available for just one penny, plus shipping and handling. Go to www.GeniusPollen.com to find out more and grab yourself a bag today. No hidden charges, no trial offer, no shenanigans. Just a low cost way to try Lost Empire Herbs' top product for next to nothing. If you're looking for 100% natural hormonal support for men and women YOU'VE GOT TO TRY THIS.. In this episode, you will find out: What errors of metabolism mean, and how it affects people who suffer from it. Dr. Atwal's understanding of EDS, and the typical age that people develop symptoms. Why people with EDS experience fatigue. Why EDS is considered a genetic syndrome. You can find out more about Dr. Atwal by clicking here! Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

Eat! Drink! Smoke!
How To Choose The Best Steak At A Grocery Store - Episode 202

Eat! Drink! Smoke!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 54:58


This week, Tony and Fingers reviewed the Micallef A Cigar and Four Gate's The Bluegrass Trilogy III Bourbon. Tony Katz and Fingers Malloy (http://eatdrinksmokeshow.com) host Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) recorded live at Blend Bar Cigar (http://blendbarcigar.com) in Indianapolis, IN. "KAP" Purnell and "JT" White of C.L.O.U.T. Cigars joined EDS at the Boutique Cigar Association Show to talk about how cigars unify people. They also shared their story and the challenges they faced starting their own cigar brand. Other topics this week include; Experts break down how to best choose a steak at a grocery store. Kellogg's wants you to eat cereal for dinner. OPEC+ is cutting oild production. Tony mastered smoking a brisket. All that and much more in episode 202 of Eat! Drink! Smoke! Follow Eat! Drink! Smoke! Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoEatDrinkSmoke | @GoEatDrinkSmoke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke | @eatdrinksmoke IG: https://www.instagram.com/eatdrinksmokepodcast | @EatDrinkSmokePodcast The Podcast is Free! Click Below! On Apple Podcasts (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke) On Amazon Music (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/09697f78-947d-4008-92f6-18f6b241774a/Eat-Drink-Smoke) On Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/show/eat-drink-smoke) On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6Qf6qSmnpb5ctSMEtaB6lp)

Euphoric Garden
Euphoric Garden 267

Euphoric Garden

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 119:43


Euphoric Garden 267 Mixed by W!SS You can follow me on Twitter: twitter.com/DJ_WISS My Facebook Page: facebook.com/DJWISSmusic 1- Diviro - Red Sunset (Original Mix) [ Progressive Vibes Music] 2- Deep Fog feat. Djiva - Out Of This World [ Entrancing Music] 3- KayZen - Unspoken (Stefan Achim Remix) [ Suanda Voice] 4- Alexander Komarov - On Distant Shores [ Yavorovskiy Dark] 5- Fancy Power - Way back home [ D.Max Recordings] 6- Ron with Leeds - The Space Between Us [ Interplay Records] 7- Derek Palmer & Hidden Tigress - Always You (Gabrielle Ag Extended Remix) [ Nahawand Recordings] 8- Sander Ferrar - Antares [ Addictive Sounds] 9- Manuel Rocca & Lyd14 - We Are Fire [ Abora Progressive] 10- DJ Eternity - New Horizon [ ZYX Trance] 11- Klaus Kaz - In The Darkness [ Who's Afraid of 138] 12- Twilight Colours - The Tale (Extended Mix) [ Phoenix Recordings] 13- Alternate High - Brighter Days [ State Control Records] 14- Hoyaa & Lunar System - Morning Sunlight (Extended Mix) [ Abora Recordings] 15- Michele Cecchi - The Meaning [ TranZone Recordings] 16- ILYIN & Sergei Romenski - Challenger (Extended Mix) [ Full on 140 Records] 17- Andy Newtz - Powersurge (Original Mix) [High Emotions Recordings] 18- Dmitriy Kuznetsov & Johannes Fischer - Watching the Waves (Extended Mix) [ Abora Recordings] 19- Gayax & DJ Xboy - Ineffable Sensation (Extended Mix) [Think Trance] 20- DMPV & Anveld - Pilgrim (W!SS Remix) MASTER 21- Elenski - She Is My Sacrament [ Submission Recordings] 22- Ed Sánchez - Resilience [ Trancespired Recordings] 23- Sergiy Akinshin - Dancing Quasar [ Trance Reserve Music] 24- Lost Witness & Osa Blu - Falling (Extended Dub) [ Lifting Force] 25- Professor Bird - Reveira [ Silent Shore Records]

Breakdown from the Barn: MMA & wrestling show with Jon Forster & Erik Wnuck
BFTB Episode 22: Jeremy Bailer & Ben Hatta Part 2 on wrestling in film

Breakdown from the Barn: MMA & wrestling show with Jon Forster & Erik Wnuck

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 37:47


- Rutgers vs. Penn match preview - Foxcatcher - What goes into producing a film - Kurt Angle documentary - Wrestlers in Entertainment - St. Eds vs. Walsh Jesuit documentary - 1994 match recap Jeremy Bailer vs. Bruce Hall. Was it a pin fall? - get best mma & jiu jitsu gear at www.rolljunkie.com Promo Code : Barn15

Leaders in Cleantech
Brendan P. Keegan, Merchants Fleet - 100

Leaders in Cleantech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 46:23


What's it all about? The electrification of Fleet transport, and more so about disruption and leading markets and businesses through change. There are so many challenges, but so many opportunities in our cleantech disruptions, and here I talk CEO and business Thought Leader Brendan Keegan about how his business is leading the electrification of fleets in North America. About Brendan P. Keegan Brendan P. Keegan is the Chairman, CEO & President of Merchants Fleet, the fastest-growing FleetTech company in North America. Keegan is an award-winning 6-time president and chief executive officer, having raised nearly $5.0B in capital and returned over $10.0B to investors. With a background in the financial services, technology and professional service industries, Keegan has led companies ranging from 500 to 10,000 employees. He started his career at EDS as a systems engineer; there, Keegan progressed through the ranks rapidly, becoming the youngest Chief Sales Officer at a Fortune 100 company. He received his Bachelor's Degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, MBA from George Washington University, and Executive Certificates from Harvard, Columbia, UPenn, MIT, Yale and the University of Chicago. About Merchants Fleet Merchants Fleet® is the fastest growing fleet management company in North America, providing flexible funding and service options for organizations that leverage vehicles to run their operations. Merchants offer comprehensive & customizable fleet solutions, serving as a single source for all vehicle needs. Their programs range from long-term leases to monthly rentals, including unique options such as rent-to-lease and own-to-lease. With over 160,000 managed vehicles nationwide, their team of experts have experience working with nearly every industry, from corporate fleets to last mile delivery to franchise systems, offering the most high-touch service and innovative experience across the industry. Merchants Fleet is headquartered in Hooksett, New Hampshire, and its Innovation Center is located in the Chicago, Illinois area.  About Hyperion Cleantech Group Hyperion Cleantech Group is the holding company for businesses focused exclusively in cleantech talent acquisition, retention, leadership development. working with some of the most innovative cleantech companies in the world, helping to find extraordinary talent to enable their growth and success. Partnering with leading cleantech VCs, as well as directly with founders and entrepreneurs in the sector. With our clients we are transforming business and growing a strong and prosperous cleantech economy. We work across EMEA and NORAM, with teams based in the UK, Germany and the US. Hyperion Executive Search is a retained search firm operating at Board, NED, C-Suite, VP and Heads of… level www.hyperionsearch.com Fully Charged Recruitment is a contingent recruitment firm operating in the Mid/Senior level. www.fullychargedrecruitment.com

Years of Lead Pod
Rosa dei Venti, pt. 2: NATO Psywars, Demodoxalogy, and a Tantric Murder Cult

Years of Lead Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 53:57


References Jeffrey Bale, The Darkest Sides of Politics: Postwar Fascism, Covert Operations, and Terrorism. London: Routledge 2018. Gianni Barbacetto, Il grande vecchio. Milano: Rizzoli, 2010. Mabel Berezin, "The festival state: Celebration and commemoration in fascist Italy." Journal of modern European history 4.1 (2006): 60-74. Alessandro Brogi, "Ambassador Clare Boothe Luce and the evolution of psychological warfare in Italy." Cold War History 12.2 (2012): 269-294. Anna Cento Bull, Italian neofascism: The strategy of tension and the politics of nonreconciliation. New York: Berghahn Books, 2008. Sara D'Agati. "The United States Information Agency and Italy during the Johnson Presidency 1963-1969." PhD diss., University of Cambridge, 2017. Mario Del Pero, "The United States and 'psychological warfare' in Italy, 1948-1955." The Journal of American History 87.4 (2001): 1304-1334. Mirco Dondi, L'eco del boato: Storia della strategia della tensione, 1965-1974, Roma: Editore Laterza, 2014. Gianni Flamini, Il libro che i servizi segreti italiani non ti farebbero mai leggere: Spie, dossier e spari nel buio” Excerpt From Il libro che i servizi segreti italiani non ti farebbero mai leggere: Spie, dossier e spari nel buio. Roma: Newton Saggista, 2010. Gianni Flamini, Il partito del golpe: Le strategie della tensione e del terrore dal primo centrosinistra organico al sequestro Moro, 1964-1968, Vol. 1. Ferrara: Italo Bovelenta, 1981. Gianni Flamini, Il partito del golpe: Le strategie della tensione e del terrore dal primo centrosinistra organico al sequestro Moro, 1968-1970, Vol. 2. Ferrara: Italo Bovelenta, 1982. Gianni Flamini, Il partito del golpe: Le strategie della tensione e del terrore dal primo centrosinistra organico al sequestro Moro, 1971-1973, Vol. 3. Ferrara: Italo Bovelenta, 1983. Aldo Giannuli, Bombe a inchiostro. Milan: Rizzoli, 2008. Frédéric Laurent, L'orchestre noir: Enquête sur les réseaux néo-fascistes. Paris: Nouveau Monde, 2016. Stefania Limita, Doppio Livello: Come si organizza la destabilizzazione in Italia. Milano: Chiarelettere, 2014. Benito Mussolini, Opera Omnia di Benito Mussolini, Vol. 16, Eds. Eduardo e Duilio Susmel, Firenze: La Fenice, 1955. Benito Mussolini, Opera Omnia di Benito Mussolini, Vol. 22, Eds. Eduardo e Duilio Susmel, Firenze: La Fenice, 1957. Benito Mussolini, Opera Omnia di Benito Mussolini, Vol. 29, Eds. Eduardo e Duilio Susmel, Firenze: La Fenice, 1959. Benito Mussolini, Opera Omnia di Benito Mussolini, Vol. 32, Eds. Eduardo e Duilio Susmel, Firenze: La Fenice, 1960. Senato Della Repubblica, Commissione Parlamentare d'inchiesta sul terrorismo in Italia e sulle cause della mancata individuazione dei responsabili delle stragi, "Audizione Dottor Salvini," 35th Seduta, Rome: November 15, 1995. Senato Della Repubblica, Commissione Parlamentare d'inchiesta sul terrorismo in Italia e sulle cause della mancata individuazione dei responsabili delle stragi, Decisioni adottate dalla Commissione nella seduta del 22 marzo 2001 in merito alla pubblicazione degli atti e dei documenti prodotti e acquisiti, Doc. 23, n. 64, Vol. 1, Tomo 2, Rome: 2001. Senti Le Rani Che Canto. https://sites.google.com/site/sentileranechecantano/cronologia Angelo Vetrone, La Strategia della Paura: Eversione e strabismo nell'Italia del Novecento. Milan: Mondadori, 2019. Bruno Zarzaca, "Opinione senza voce," Open Source INTelligence dell'Opinione Pubblica. January 28, 2011,

Things Musicians Don't Talk About

This episode we are sharing the space with BBC Radio 3 presenter and flautist, Hannah French. Recorded in a North London office space, we listened as Hannah explained to us her journey to a diagnosis of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, a collagen deficiency which affects the soft tissue and has impacted her ability to walk, play the flute and live life as she once knew it. She took us through the reality of living with EDS, and the process of moving away from flute performance and into her current job as a presenter at BBC Radio 3. We talked about the power that radio now has in her life, creating a space to tell stories and shape a listeners' experience and the process of creating the amazing documentary for Radio 3, The Silence of My Pain in 2020.Thank you to Hannah for her honesty about her pain experience and for your wonderful presence and infectious humour!Hannah's documentary, The Silence of My Pain, will be played again this Friday, 9th September on BBC Radio 3 at 10pmWanna jump around? Timestamps:0:00: Intro2:25: Welcome to Hannah4:00 What is EDS?8:00: Discovering Hannah's EDS and playing the flute14:25: Moving into academia and research15:35: Accommodating people with disabilities in music19:00: Acceptance of disability and illness20:15: Pastoral welfare of students; working at the Royal Academy of Music as a lecturer and tutor23:30: Loss of identity as a flautist26:00: Moving into radio and working for the BBC28:18: The liberation of radio29:15: Does Hannah feel envious when presenting/watching performances?31:45: The psychological impact of pain36:30: Managing difficult emotions, anxiety and coping mechanisms39:00: Working with and not against pain41:50: Making the documentary, The Silence of My Pain45:30: The importance of silence in Hannah's life46:45: Fascination and flow53:22: Unapologetic visibility55:15: Starting conversations about pain and disability56:35: Removing shame and presenting an honest depiction of pain1:01:30: Wins of the week!Things Musicians Don't Talk About website: https://www.thingsmusiciansdonttalkabout.comSign up to our Patreon!TMDTA TwitterFacebookInstagramIf you would like to support our work, why not buy us a Kofi? Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Conversing Nurse podcast
Conversing with EDS Warrior Heather Vails

The Conversing Nurse podcast

Play Episode Play 31 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 44:49


Heather Vails, MSN Ed. RNC-NIC, is definitely in my badass nurse category. She has lived with the rare genetic disorder Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, or EDS, for decades. She has not only lived, she's thrived. After a long career as a NICU nurse, she recently left the bedside, a place she loved dearly to venture into teaching our new generation of nurses as a Professor of Pediatrics. Listen as she educates us about this rare condition and how she has not let EDS slow her down. https://www.ehlers-danlos.orghttps://www.ehlers-danlos.com/For Heather's book recs and bio, visit https://theconversingnursepodcast.comhttps://www.instagram.com/theconversingnursepodcast/

Second Wind the Podcast
"How far can I push 'till I break?" with Cristina Caldwell

Second Wind the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 74:30


Every person carries unspoken miseries that the world is unaware of. Have you ever kept a secret that you're reluctant to share with anyone for the fear of being discriminated against or unaccepted?We often choose to hide secrets from anyone around us, not only because we are afraid but also because we don't want others to be bothered by what we are going through.In today's episode, we will talk with Cristina Caldwell about how she confessed her biggest secret to her husband and mother-in-law, and how she became an established athlete. Furthermore, she discussed EDS and how she loved and continued to be a coach despite going through health issues.Heal your body and mind with RYZE mushroom coffee. Click here to get started!Visit secondwindthepodcast.com for full show notes.Join My Second Wind Facebook Group 

Candid Conversations
Getting help at the earliest possible time for YOU - BIEDAW 2022

Candid Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 37:25


We've got a special Body Image and Eating Disorders Awareness Week episode of Candid Conversations for you! This year we're talking about the importance and challenges of early intervention with the theme, Know the Signs, Act Early. We're joined by EDV Policy Officer Monique, EDV Stories of Recovery Ambassador Aisling and EDV Telehealth Nurse Gemma to discuss: What defines early intervention for EDs and how does it impact recovery How many people receive early help for their eating disorder (spoiler alert: not many!) How to navigate recovery without the benefit of early intervention (Aisling's recovery story) Factors inhibiting early intervention and overcoming these barriers Addressing systematic and cultural change to support early intervention EDV recognises that everyone's situation is unique and there are many factors that impact help seeking - by no means can we cover it all in a single podcast episode. To discuss your unique situation, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us via our range of free Telehealth services

Eat! Drink! Smoke!
Eat! Drink! Smoke! Celebrates A Birthday With Old Forester 2021 Birthday Bourbon - Episode 201

Eat! Drink! Smoke!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 64:09


Last week, Eat! Drink! Smoke! released its 200th episode. Okay, that's not really a birthday, But with 200 shows in the can, the guys wanted to celebrate. So, they invited some friends (and an audience) to share a special bottle of bourbon. This week, Tony and Fingers reviewed Old Forester 2021 Birthday Bourbon and the Davidoff Dominicana 2014 Cigar. Tony Katz and Fingers Malloy (http://eatdrinksmokeshow.com) host Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) recorded in front of a live audience at Blend Bar Cigar (http://blendbarcigar.com) in Indianapolis, IN. On the secondary market, a bottle of Old Forester 2021 Birthday Bourbon may cost you $1500. Jeff Clark from the Indiana Liquor Group and Brian Lerman of Blend Bar Cigar helped Tony and Fingers review this rare bourbon. What makes it so unique? Is it worth the price? Should you order it at your favorite lounge? Corey Johnston of Blend Bar Cigar joined the guys to talk about Davidoff Dominicana 2014. He also offered his advice on what makes a good pairing -- and gives his take on the long running EDS marzipan controversy. All this and more on episode 201 of Eat! Drink! Smoke! Follow Eat! Drink! Smoke! Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoEatDrinkSmoke | @GoEatDrinkSmoke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke | @eatdrinksmoke IG: https://www.instagram.com/eatdrinksmokepodcast | @EatDrinkSmokePodcast The Podcast is Free! Click Below! On Apple Podcasts (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke) On Amazon Music (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/09697f78-947d-4008-92f6-18f6b241774a/Eat-Drink-Smoke) On Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/show/eat-drink-smoke) On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6Qf6qSmnpb5ctSMEtaB6lp)

The Healthcare Leadership Experience Radio Show
The Recruitment and Retention of Healthcare Workers with Creston Tate| Episode 53

The Healthcare Leadership Experience Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 26:49


In Episode 53 of The Healthcare Leadership Experience Jim Cagliostro is joined by Creston Tate, DO, Medical Director of WellSpan Health Urgent Care to discuss the challenges of hiring healthcare workers in the wake of ‘'The Great Resignation.''     Episode Introduction   Demand for urgent care has intensified since 2020. In this episode, Jim Cagliostro, VIE's Clinical Operations Performance Improvement Expert, interviewed Creston Tate to explore the impact of the pandemic, the growing demand for urgent care facilities, the reasons behind the ‘'Great Resignation'', and the need to adapt to a shrinking talent pool.     Show Topics     The growing demand for urgent care.  How the ‘'Great Resignation'' affects patients.  Reimbursement and the Walmart/Amazon challenge.  Flexible schedules are essential to attract the right people.  The shrinking candidate pool.  Ensuring safety means urgent care sites may close temporarily.       02:13 The growing demand for urgent care.  Creston highlighted the exponential growth in demand for urgent care in the past 6 years.     ‘'My experience grew, my appreciation for medicine grew, my appreciation for the urgent care world, I call it the episodic world of medicine really grew too. There's clearly a huge gap in care for this particular type of patient that isn't being provided in the outpatient world. I did that for 17 years and just about six years ago, I transitioned into more of an outpatient urgent care directorship through my current healthcare system and have really enjoyed the growth that we have had, which is probably somewhere around the 12 to 13% growth rate per year in urgent care. As we started with five and now we're opening up our 15th urgent care this year with record volumes. I've seen it in the inpatient world, in the emergency room, and now I'm seeing it in the outpatient world and I'm bringing it all together and it's been fun to see that happen…..With the influx of patients to emergency departments and the overcrowding of EDs and wait times, perhaps some of your listeners have actually unfortunately experienced a 10 or 12-hour wait in emergency departments, it's just not fun. It's been estimated that even up to 50 to 60% of ED visits could have been handled outside of the emergency department, if the resources were there. I think that's where urgent cares and primary care providers can step in, if there's enough providers and enough access available for that. I've seen a huge switch. I know that for us, we open 12 hours a day. I think if we opened 18, we would have just as big a volume as we do now, if not larger.''      06:08 How the ‘'Great Resignation'' affects patients.   Creston explained the difference between unfilled jobs in the healthcare sector versus vacancies in retail.     ‘'Whether you go to a restaurant or you go to a convenience store, it seems like there's a paucity of workers. Despite the published low unemployment rate, it does seem like there's a lot of jobs that just aren't being filled. You take that for what it's worth, but clearly healthcare, maybe isn't affected more as far as numbers, but what I will say, Jim, is that healthcare is affected more impactfully because it is an essential piece of our fabric. If we don't have the right number of healthcare workers, people's health suffers. If we don't have enough people working at a Walmart, well, you might just have to search around for something a little longer yourself or wait in line a little bit longer, or maybe the shelves aren't stocked as readily as you would like them to be. The impact there is certainly felt more if somebody can't get their diabetic medication or their follow-up or their blood work or that CAT scan that they've been looking for to follow that tumor, than if somebody is simply shopping for material goods. I do agree with you, the resignation as it's been called, we've seen it. We certainly in our healthcare system have seen it tremendously. What I will say is that we haven't seen a tremendous loss of... And again, I'll speak from my own personal experience. In the urgent cares that I work in I don't think we've had a huge number of people leave healthcare. We have had a number of them switch out of urgent care, which has been inundated with complex patients, probably more complex than we should see, and also sicker patients. Going through the pandemic and gowning up with gloves and masks and goggles and all this paraphernalia to try to protect our healthcare workers, it has been quite a ride for our providers and our staff.  Quite frankly, I think the burnout rate is really more just fatigue. They're just tired of this continual ask to see patients who are sicker and sicker and they don't feel as though perhaps they're getting reimbursed for the higher level of risk that they're taking compared to rest of society.''      10:16 Reimbursement and the Walmart/Amazon challenge.   Creston said the higher salaries offered by Walmart and Amazon make it difficult for healthcare organizations to compete in attracting talent.     ‘'One of the greatest challenges in healthcare is going to be the big box store. Whether you look at the Walmarts or you look at the Amazons out there that just bought up one medical and 125 stores, which were like healthcare facilities that they bought up. Now there's going to be a challenge of trying to retain our own employees when maybe someone like Amazon could offer them more dollars per hour. You thin out the potential pool of good healthcare workers, even greater when that kind of thing occurs. Again, that's big business. I understand that. Their goal is to try to provide better healthcare to more people in a more efficient and cost-effective way. Whether or not they succeed in that, I don't know, but you have that. Then you also have the challenge of other very wealthy companies who are offering $17 or $18 or $19 an hour as a startup when we're looking for medical assistants that typically are $17/16.50 an hour. They may not go into medical assistant work. Instead, they're going to take another job because it pays $3 to $4 an hour because inflation is causing them to make those decisions for their family so that they can feed their family. We're seeing perhaps the same number of workers who are being thinned out and perhaps pulled away from healthcare that once maybe in the past would have considered healthcare to go into as a stable job.''    12:40 Flexible schedules are essential to attract the right people.  Creston commented that healthcare must adapt to candidate needs to fill the gaps in the workforce.    ‘'When I went into medicine, when I got hired by that first company to work family medicine, I worked hard and I came in on Saturdays and I took call. I didn't complain. I double and triple booked. It was all that sort of thing, because it was kind of expected perhaps at that time. When we interview candidates now for positions, I had to put that own bias aside and I had to say, "If I see a candidate who is really a strong candidate for us, that I want to get on our team, I may have to think a little bit outside the box and say, 'Okay, I have a 25 or a 28-year-old mother who's perhaps an RN who we want to hire because she is just fantastic. Her skill set is great. Her fit and personality is perfect for our team. I have to figure out a way that I'm going to have her on our team.'" It may be that I have to work my schedule a little bit differently because of her because she has a family and she has other things that are balancing her life a little differently than perhaps I would have back in those days. I would have to also think about healthcare. How can we give her the hours that she needs so that she can help us and also provide the healthcare for her family that she needs? I think there's a lot of ways in which I think we, as leaders of these larger companies have to start thinking ways of adapting to the needs of our workers today. If I were to simply say, "Well, that's just not the way we've done things." I probably wouldn't find anybody to work for me because we have to work around people's schedules today.''      17:44 The shrinking candidate pool.  Creston stated that numbers of available candidates have fallen significantly since Covid.     ‘'Prior to 2020, for any given opportunity to work as a provider or staff member for us, we would have five to seven candidates. Now we have about three. Our qualifications perhaps haven't changed too much, but we've had to sometimes look a little bit deeper, maybe ask a little bit different type of question to the three candidates that we may only get and say, "Okay. Well, we're only going to get three for this position because we need to get somebody relatively soon, who is the best one out of these three?" I think that's been a little bit more difficult for us. I guess, we don't have... Obviously the larger the pool, the better you can say, "Okay. This is the perfect person." When your pool is narrowed, you sometimes have to take chances and sometimes our chances are right on and we thought, "Boy, I thought you were going to be a question mark, but you have turned out to be an amazing provider." We've had to do that. Our number of candidates typically is much smaller now to find the best fit. One thing that we've also changed and really try to do more of is we try to involve our providers a little bit more in that interview process, meaning that the leaders will do the initial interview and then we bring that candidate back and we have them spend six or eight hours in our site. It's volunteer hours, but we tell them, "Listen, it may be worth it for you to make sure that you are working in the right place for you. We like you, but we want to make sure that you like the site, that you like the people that you're working with. Because if you sense there's going to be tension here, we would rather you know that at the very beginning of your employment, and we can address those issues if that's going to be the case."      23:12 Ensuring safety means urgent care sites may close temporarily  Creston said that the struggle to hire staff makes it difficult to guarantee high quality care.     ‘'One of the recent articles I've read talked about, where is the biggest fright in healthcare today? Again, in my urgent care world, number one 58% of people said hiring medical assistants and rad techs. There are crucial positions that we need in our healthcare system that there just isn't enough people out there to get. We say the pool is very dry and it's frustrating because we have actually had to close a couple of our sites on certain days, strictly because we didn't have the right support. We want to make sure that we provide the safest care and also the most compassionate care, but also do it in a way that we're not burning out and we're not frustrating our providers. It wouldn't be fair for me, Jim, if you were working for me and I said, "Jim, I know there's normally three staff members and two docs working today, but unfortunately you're the only person on, so you're going to have to carry the load for three people and we only have one doc too so you're probably going to have long wait times today." You're already defeated even before the day starts. That becomes very difficult and we have to boost each other up. We have to just carry the torch for each other because I think that if we don't look for ways in which we can solve some of these healthcare crisis issues with staffing, that's going to be the demise of a lot of good healthcare. A lot of people let their health go during COVID and we're seeing sicker and sicker patients because they couldn't get this or they couldn't get that. Or maybe they were afraid to go out, and some still are afraid to go out and get care.''      Connect with Jim Cagliostro on LinkedIn  Connect with Creston Tate on LinkedIn  Check out VIE Healthcare Consulting      You'll Also Hear:  From family medicine to the ER: how Creston's previous experience equipped him for his role in urgent care     The ‘'Great Resignation'' in numbers. ‘'According to some of their reports, the healthcare industry has lost an estimated 20% of its workforce, including 30% of nurses.,,, in 2022, nearly 1.7 million people have quit their healthcare jobs…. Then a recent survey of a thousand healthcare professionals showed that 28% had quit a job because of burnout.''    Why Covid is affecting career choice when it comes to healthcare. ‘' Three years ago, we didn't have as much of that concern that they're going to take something home and infect their family.''    The cultural shift: from ‘'lifers'' to frequent job changers. How a change in perspective means employees move jobs every three to five years.     The one sign that indicates your candidate has done their pre-interview preparation.    Adapting to change: the growing number of ‘'greenies'' in the healthcare sector. ‘'A physician's assistant is a classic example. Physician assistants oftentimes come through their medical career. They have that PA degree when they get out, but some of them have never stepped foot in an office before.''    What To Do Next:    Subscribe to The Cost Advantage for Healthcare Leaders and receive a special report on 15 Effective Cost Savings Strategies.  Learn more about the simple 3 step process to work with us.  If you are interested in learning more, the quickest way to get your questions answered is to speak with one of our margin improvement experts. Schedule a call with our team here.       

Eat! Drink! Smoke!
Why The FDA Is Wrong About Premium Cigars -- Episode 200

Eat! Drink! Smoke!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 54:09


This week, Tony and Fingers reviewed the Diamond Crown Black Diamond Cigar by J.C. Newman and Bardstown Bourbon Founders KBS Stout Finish. Tony Katz and Fingers Malloy (http://eatdrinksmokeshow.com) host Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) recorded live at Blend Bar Cigar (http://blendbarcigar.com) in Indianapolis, IN. While at the Boutique Cigar Association Smoke on the Creek Cigar Show in Martinsville, Indiana, EDS had an opportunity to talk to Dr. Gaby Kafie of Kafie 1901 Cigars & Coffee. Dr. Kafie talked about his company, the growth of the Boutique Cigar Association and what the FDA gets wrong about premium cigars. Other topics include; A major E. coli outbreak is traced back to a popular fast food chain. Nine habits that can lead to a longer, healthier life. Information on an event Eat! Drink! Smoke! is throwing to celebrate its 201st episode. Yes, the 201st episode. All that and much more on episode 200 of Eat! Drink! Smoke! Follow Eat! Drink! Smoke! Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoEatDrinkSmoke | @GoEatDrinkSmoke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke | @eatdrinksmoke IG: https://www.instagram.com/eatdrinksmokepodcast | @EatDrinkSmokePodcast The Podcast is Free! Click Below! On Apple Podcasts (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke) On Amazon Music (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/09697f78-947d-4008-92f6-18f6b241774a/Eat-Drink-Smoke) On Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/show/eat-drink-smoke) On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6Qf6qSmnpb5ctSMEtaB6lp)

Heroes Behind Headlines
Battling Invisible Illness to Battling She-Hulk: Jameela Jamil

Heroes Behind Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 54:01 Transcription Available


Easily breaking bones and having to do “death math” to judge if an activity is safe enough for you on a daily basis creates countless challenges. But that is what living with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) requires. To overcome those enormous hurdles, and now star as a supervillain in the brand new Marvel television series ‘She-Hulk: Attorney At Law' on Disney+, is nothing short of incredible. HBH is excited to welcome actress, activist, writer and comedian, Jameela Jamil.EDS can be incredibly dangerous. A degenerative disorder, it causes those living with it to experience a shortage of collagen that affects connective tissues, which support vital functions of the body including skin, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, internal organs and bones. Unfortunately, while treatments can help manage symptoms, there is no cure. Jameela is also a survivor of anorexia. While many are familiar with the eating disorder, most people do not realize that it has the highest cause of death for any mental illness.Through all of these challenges, Jameela's career has soared. As an actress, despite EDS, she was able to do a number of her own stunts playing the supervillain ‘Titania' on She-Hulk. As an activist, she is a leading critic of diet culture and body image marketing, particularly on social media - and is currently campaigning to introduce two bills to the United States Senate to combat these destructive influences in society.Jameela's spirit is both inspiring and hilarious and we thank her for sharing her incredible story with us.

DJ Phalanx – Uplifting Trance Sessions
Uplifting Trance Sessions EP. 606 XXL [28.08.2022]

DJ Phalanx – Uplifting Trance Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 116:19 Very Popular


Listen via the official Uplifting Trance Sessions mobile app for Android: https://bit.ly/3rbwafs Spotify Trance Playlist: https://spoti.fi/3ykZdj3 Welcome to Uplifting Trance Sessions EP. 606 XXL. This is a 2 hours episode only with the best in trance. I will play the incredible Peetu S remix of my track Sunstate -out on 9th September 2022- in the mix with new tracks by Ciaran McAuley, Ronski Speed, Roman Messer, Maarten De Jong, Alternate High, Ralphie B, James Dust, Alex Byrka, Miikka L and many more. And now let the music speak

The Full of Beans Podcast
A Conversation on ED Myths

The Full of Beans Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 85:06


In this weeks episode, Han is joined by Dr Emily Setting. Emily was diagnosed with atypical anorexia in 2019, and is very passionate about debunking the stigmas associated with eating disorders.We start by talking about Emily's experience, and how she developed an eating disorder in her adult years and how this came about for her. We spoke about her experience of gaining support from the GP, how her BMI didn't mean the criteria for anorexia nervosa, and the impact the comments the GP made on her eating disorder.Throughout our conversation we come back to stigmas that our community felt need to be demystified in eating disorders, these include:EDs only occur in teenage women.Everyone with an ED is underweight.People with EDs don't like food.People with EDs are attention seeking and selfish.Anorexia is the only ED.Recovery from an ED doesn't take a very long time.EDs are shameful.We speak about the role of an eating disorder and what it provides, how this makes recovery so hard, and the grieving process that comes with this. We speak about the addictive nature of eating disorders, and the normalisation of some disordered behaviours.We speak about diet culture, and how a number of aspects of this have been incorporated into society and the impact of the dieting industry on our insecurities.We speak about how for those who haven't engaged in eating disorder recovery navigating diet culture can be difficult as a result of a lack of awareness and understanding, and how in recovery you have to fit against all of this. We also speak about how our eating disorders have provided us with the knowledge that diet culture is not conducive or helpful, and how we are able to step away from this throughout recovery.Please note that this episode discusses a number of eating disorder behaviours that may be triggering for some individuals. Please tread lightly and check in with yourself along the way.

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast
Ep. 82 - (Part 1) The AMSN Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness Initiative

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 28:11


Ready to be the change you want to see in the world? Alissa welcomes Robin Hertel and Shermel Edwards-Maddox for part one of a three-part series about AMSN's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness (DEI) Initiative and the valuable resources available to you.    SPECIAL GUESTS Robin Hertel, EdS, MSN, RN, CMSRN   Shermel Edwards-Maddox, MSN, RN, CNE, RN-BC   CO-HOST Alissa Brown, MSN, RN, CMSRN, NPD-BC is a clinical nurse educator from the University of Utah Health. She has been working in the health care industry for almost 12 years, and started her nursing career as a med-surg bedside nurse on an Ortho, Trauma, and Surgical Specialty Unit. It was through that experience in the med-surg unit where she discovered a passion for education, and pursued a master's degree. She is a lifelong learner, and loves to teach.  Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, she's not all work, and definitely enjoys play! She loves to travel, and tries to plan as many vacations each year as she can with family and friends. Alissa loves to read, listen to podcasts, and geek out to documentaries and crime shows on the weekends. She's a total fair weather fan when it comes to Utes Football, but will cheer in all the right places, or get mad when her husband tells her to during a game. 

Move to Value
Kevin Biese, MD & Megan Donovan, MBA - The Value of Geriatric Emergency Departments Pt. 2

Move to Value

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 19:29


In this episode we continue our conversation with Doctor Kevin Biese and Megan Donovan about the role that Geriatric Emergency Department have in the move to value and how it touches all aspects of the quadruple aim. Transcript: What are the different staffing components that comprise the integrated care of a GED and what if any special training is preferred or required for physicians and APPs working in GEDs? Kevin: Awesome. So, there are 3 levels of accreditation for geriatric EDs. Level one is the highest level, like a trauma center, it's how we think; level 2 is silver; level 3 is bronze. All three of these levels have people at them that would be interested, and this is the theme I want to come back to, perhaps even eager to connect with ACO leaders in their neighborhood. They don't, probably I'll come back but, they probably don't know who you are, or they might not even be able to tell you what an ACO stands for, but these are friends you just haven't met yet. All three of them have that. All three of these levels have champion nurses and champion physicians, and those are the friends you haven't met yet. People that are like, yes this is important to us, they've had some additional education in geriatrics, depending on what level is how many hours of geriatric emergency medicine. We're talking about care transitions, polypharmacy, falls as a syndrome, etc. The two higher levels, silver and gold, two and one, also have all their staff has some training in geriatric emergency care, so that they are more, the different language, there's a different culture. The things that are being talked about after an older person has a fall are a little different than a traditional ED, and everyone is acquainted with that language and that culture even if it's not their specific expertise. Level 2 and level 1's have requirements for either all or some of, depending on whether they're a level one or level two, of physical therapy, occupational therapy, pharmacists, and care management, or social work, within that emergency department able to be turned towards the needs of older adults. So, what you'll find to varying degrees is a more interdisciplinary team with additional training in geriatric emergency medicine. And again, how much is contingent upon what level they got accredited at. But I can't say this loudly enough, a Level 3 is meant to be in the zone of proximal development at all 5,000 EDs in the country. It's not that hard to become a Level 3. However, you are doing a quality improvement project for older adults, and you have a champion nursing, a champion physician, which means that there are people there that would want to hear from people like you and you can work together to figure out. They've tilled the soil. They may not have grown the orchard yet, but the soil is tilled for collaborative efforts, such as you would be interested in pursuing if you're listening to this podcast. Like huh, a whole bunch of beneficiaries go to Saint elsewhere emergency department. Oh, look there are Level 3 geriatric ED. Shouldn't we connect these dots somehow. Answer yes. Champion nurse, champion physician is who you want to connect them with. What is the role of a transitional care nurse in the GED and how does this role impact value-based care? Kevin: Um so, Megan was just kind enough to cite some of the stats that come with geriatric emergency department, which is decreased admissions, decreased readmissions, improved patient satisfaction, and not surprisingly, decreased cost associated with these interventions. The care transitions nurse is what makes that possible. They're really the quarterback. Different geriatric EDs call that person by different names. Some of them call them the genie nurse, or the gem nurse, but essentially these geriatric EDs identify who are high risk patients, who are patients that maybe have suffered falls, have cognitive impairment, have social vulnerabilities, like they...

Angel Invest Boston
Ryan Eriksen, Annie Bernard, Malav Sukhadia - Cool Way to Clean Solar Panels

Angel Invest Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 33:13


Angel Scale Biotech: Learn More CEO Ryan Eriksen and CTO Annie Bernard founded Sol Clarity, with the help of Malav Sukhadia, to develop a way to clean solar panels in areas where water is limited. It uses static electricity to remove dust and debris, while lowering the carbon footprint and using minimal energy. Sponsored by Purdue University entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, patent attorney at Fish and Richardson. Highlights: Sal Daher Introduces Ryan Eriksen, Annie Bernard, and Malav Sukhadia Sol Clarity: Cleaning Solar Panels with Static Electricity Efficient Solar Panel Maintenance with Low Energy Activation "... What we're trying to do with solar energy is to make everything carbon-free, and that purpose is defeated if you're driving around trucks to wash these panels. The EDS can also have a negative carbon print attached to it..." The Decision Process for the Original to Current Designs "... The vision is to have this technology anywhere in the world on any optically clear surface that needs cleaning, and cleaning is a pain point there and water is not available to clean..." Founding Backstories Advice to the Audience Topics: cleantech, co-founders, discovering entrepreneurship, founding stories

Eat! Drink! Smoke!
The New iPhone Is Coming Soon! - Episode 199

Eat! Drink! Smoke!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 54:33


This week, Tony and Fingers reviewed the La Galera Year of the Ox (Limited Edition) Cigar and Four Roses Small Batch Select Bourbon. Tony Katz and Fingers Malloy (http://eatdrinksmokeshow.com) host Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) recorded live this week at Smoker's Choice (https://www.smokerschoicecigarbar.com) in Brownsburg, IN. La Galera held an event at Smoker's Choice, and EDS took that opportunity to sample some of their sticks. They also talked to Greg Kissenger of Republic National Distributing Company, who poured them some Four Roses Small Batch Select. Greg talked about what makes this juice so special. Other topics discussed include; The 20 worst kitchen gadgets ever invented. Are people starting to lose patience with bussinesses dealing with labor shortages? The new iPhone is coming soon. What are some of its new features? The Fed and its forcast for interest rates. All that and much more on episode 199 of Eat! Drink! Smoke! Follow Eat! Drink! Smoke! Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoEatDrinkSmoke | @GoEatDrinkSmoke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke | @eatdrinksmoke IG: https://www.instagram.com/eatdrinksmokepodcast | @EatDrinkSmokePodcast The Podcast is Free! Click Below! On Apple Podcasts (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke) On Amazon Music (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/09697f78-947d-4008-92f6-18f6b241774a/Eat-Drink-Smoke) On Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/show/eat-drink-smoke) On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6Qf6qSmnpb5ctSMEtaB6lp)

Better Daily Shortcast
210 - My Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

Better Daily Shortcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 20:55


Flex Friday Coach Alex spends some time opening up about what it's like to live with Ehlers Danlos and encourages those who are carrying a heavy load. Read his story published on the EDS Society Webpage:https://www.ehlers-danlos.com/my-awareness-mission/ Don't carry your cross alone! https://betterdaily.live

This EndoLife
The Link Between Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders, Hypermobile-EDS, MCAS, and Endometriosis with Dr Linda Bluestein

This EndoLife

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 69:18


Dr. Linda Bluestein is a board-certified anesthesiologist, integrative pain medicine physician and former ballet dancer who specialises in coaching and educating dancers and other athletes and individuals at increased risk of hypermobility disorders. Dr Linda's own experience with h-EDS eventually led her down a career path change that has seen her help countless others to live well with hypermobility and avoid chronic pain development. She is widely published, considered an expert on hypermobility disorders, and has lectured internationally. In this episode, Dr Linda and I sit down to discuss the link between Hypermobility spectrum disorders, hypermobile-Ehler's Danlos syndrome, mast cell activation syndrome and endometriosis. Here's what we cover: What we mean by generalised hypermobility, hypermobility spectrum disorders and hypermobility-EDS, and how they differ. What are the signs and symptoms of these conditions. The link between h-EDS and menstrual disorders, bladder dysfunction and pelvic pain and Dr Linda's approach to addressing these problems. What mast cell activation syndrome is, how it is associated with hypermobility and EDS, and how it may be a driver behind EDS and endometriosis. The link between SIBO and h-EDS and connective tissue disorders. Dr. Linda's key strategies for managing symptomatic hypermobility and h-EDS. Show Notes Dr Linda's website Bendy Bodies podcast Dr Linda's Instagram Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at hello@thisendolife.com or visit my website. This episode is produced by Ora Podcasts. Ora provides audio editing, management and other services to make podcasting simple and sustainable for their clients. Health coaches, nutritionists, mediums, personal trainers, tarot readers, teachers, or just those striving for a better world, Ora can help you start and maintain your podcast. Get in touch today. This episode is sponsored by BeYou Cramp Relief Patches. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk/pages/how-it-works My free guide ‘Managing Endometriosis Naturally' is perfect for anyone just starting out on this journey of managing and reducing their symptoms. Download here. My free Endometriosis Diet Grocery List is a pdf list that includes all the foods I buy on a monthly basis, categorised into easy sections. I share my personal endometriosis diet plan, free recipe resources, recommendations to help you get started with the endometriosis diet and nutrition tips. Download here. My free “Endometriosis Symptom Tracker” could help you begin to understand the subtle patterns in your endometriosis symptoms. As always, this guide doesn't replace your medical treatment and is not intended to treat or cure endometriosis, but provides you with options that helped me to live well with endometriosis. Download here.

Two Judgey Girls
TJG: RHOBH Recap with Courtney's Mom!

Two Judgey Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 67:02 Very Popular


This week, Courtney welcomes her mom, Dee in HB, to Two Judgey Girls. Donna is a big fan of RHOBH and watches it every week. We are still at the Toothless not Homeless or Homeless and Toothless, or wait... Homeless not Toothless (either way, Kathy has worked with both) charity dinner talking about grief, EDs, who the real liability is and why Diana has so much pain over Garcelle. GOOGLE HER! Oh and lead from love, right Rinna? The big event this week is Rinna's Lip Party, which is basically a different theme but the same people. Most of the women miss it from a fashion standpoint and Kyle is there to stir the pot. Even though we saw it in the trailer, Garcelle telling Erika that she can make herself look bad was pure perfection. The crown is heavy darlings, so just leave it where it belongs, amirite?! We can't wait for Aspen and to watch it all truly go down. Come judge with us!*A special thanks to my mom for being our guest this week. She is truly the best and I love her so much!

Find Your Harmony Radioshow
Find Your Harmony Episode #320

Find Your Harmony Radioshow

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 121:03


Tracklist: LIGHT SIDE TRACK 01. LTN pres. Ghostbeat - Heart [Deeper Harmonies] 02. Cosmic Gate, Diana Miro - Hear Me Out [Wake Your Mind] 03. Ferry Corsten - You Cant Stop Me [Flashover] 04. Giuseppe Ottaviani & Sarah de Warren - Melody [Black Hole] 05. Emma Hewitt, Steve Brian - INTO MY ARMS [Black Hole] 06. Above and Beyond - Projection [Anjunabeats] 07. Aly & Fila and JES - Sunrise (Rank 1 Remix) [Armind] 08. Holbrook & SkyKeeper - Stranger [Reaching Altitude] 09. Tritonal & Eric Lumiere - Something Beautiful (Super8 & Tab Remix) [Enhanced] 10. Andy Moor, Somna & Diana Leah - There Is Light (Taygeto Remix) [AVA] 11. Daxson & Nation of One - Now or Never [Coldharbour] 12. Shogun presents Neo Tokyo - Gasoline [A State Of Trance] 13. Somna & Julie Thompson - Pretty Lies [Magik Muzik] 14. Chukiess x Whackboi vs. Armin van Buuren - CODEX vs. We Can Dance Again (Andrew Rayel Mashup) FAVORITE OF THE MOMENT 15. Andrew Rayel feat. AIDYL - Feels Like Home [Find Your Harmony] A BREATH OF AETHER 16. Wach - The Queen [Who's Afraid Of 138?] 17. Sean Tyas & Bjorn Akesson - Zahi (Sean Tyas Remix) [Regenerate] 18. FAWZY with Vassmo & Rebecca Louise Burch - Always [Find Your Harmony] 19. Vini Vici & Mira Feder - Rapture [Alteza Records] 20. BarWall & Ria Joyse - Tell Me Why [2Rock Recordings] 21. Roman Messer - Falling [Suanda Music] 22. Steve Dekay & Sean Truby - Thunderfunk [High Voltage] 23. THIRDWAVE & Stine Grove - Electric Love [Amsterdam Trance] DARK SIDE TRACK 24. HYPATON - Hello Peter (Giuseppe Ottaviani Retouch) [GO Music] 25. RAM & Darren Porter - The Calling (XiJaro & Pitch Remix) [Nocturnal Knights] 26. Ed Sánchez - Dear Daughter [Kinected Recordings] 27. Darren Porter & Susana - The Hero In Me [Amterdam Trance] 28. Awantalyst - Mononoke [InfraRed] 29. Laura May - Diosa Del Fuego [Outburst] 30. Aly & Fila and Billy Gillies - Kings (FSOE750 Anthem) [FSOE] 31. Armin van Buuren & Gareth Emery feat. Owl City - Forever & Always [Armind] CLASSIC SELECTION 32. Lange feat. Leah – Don't Think It (Feel it) (Shane 54 Remix) [Nebula]

Ask Kati Anything!
126 - Ask Kati Anything with Kati Morton, LMFT

Ask Kati Anything!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 84:58


Ask Kati Anything ep.126 | Your mental health podcast, with Kati Morton, LMFT Synopsis: In this week's episode Kati discusses why we can feel emotions in our body but not recognize them in our mind. She also talks about how to be our real selves when in therapy, what unconditional positive regard is, and how much self-disclosure we should expect from our therapist. She digs into passive suicidality and how to tell our therapist about it, and whether or not she thinks it's part of having an eating disorder. She explains why we may act childlike in therapy and why it may be hard to let ourselves be happy. Finally, she shares her biggest learning in her own therapy, and what we can do to stop our ED from turning into a different one. AUDIENCE QUESTIONS 1. Why is it that my body reacts in a way as if I am feeling a certain emotion, but my brain doesn't necessarily “feel” the emotion? My body will physically react as if there is a certain emotion, but I don't really “feel” the emotion... 2. How do I allow myself to “be real” in therapy? Whenever I walk in, I have a hard time sharing how I'm feeling and I immediately forget what has been on my mind / what has happened that week. I also constantly think I am making up my problems, am being too dramatic, or her other patients... 3. Just thought it would be a different experience to ask you a question about yourself as you always kindly offer so much help and advice to us. My question is I know you've mentioned before about you accessing therapy yourself in the past. I wondered what you have learnt most about yourself from therapy? 4. I have questions about passive suicidality. I believe that's what this is called but not fully sure and what really do you do to deal with it? I was at a point a long time ago that I was done and ready to leave but ended up finding out I was pregnant and from that point forward it wasn't an option... 5. Why can't I allow myself to be happy? I want to enjoy life, but enjoying it feels wrong? It's not necessarily that I feel like I don't deserve to be happy, but I just can't let myself live the life I want to live, and I constantly sabotage my happiness. 6. I hope you're doing well and I hope that my question makes sense. I have been going to therapy for about 5 months now and have finally slowly managed to be able to get to a point where I can feel more relaxed and able to begin to process my traumas (CSA, emotional neglect, Physical abuse to name a few) without... 7. Is it normal to feel more child-like in therapy? And do therapists encourage this? I don't see my therapist as a caregiver (I'm still not 100% comfortable with my therapist yet) but each time I'm in therapy, I feel myself kind of "switch". And I stop functioning as an adult. Instead I watch myself do... 8. My question is how much self-disclosure from a therapist is normal? My therapist talks sometimes in detail sometimes not about her own life in just about every session, she's talked about her trauma's, abusive people in her life she cut out and about stuff that's stressing her out like... 9. How can one best ensure that while recovering from one ED, one doesn't slip into another? (Example from Anorexia to BED or bulimia) (COMMENT: And could you talk about being at a higher normal weight or being overweight in the context of EDs? I feel like it is not often talked about and getting the diagnosis kind of triggered me because I thought that I was not ill enough to... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/askkatianything/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askkatianything/support

Cows on the Planet
Are there harmful residues in beef?

Cows on the Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 30:30


Join Tim and Kim as they talk about all  your favorite potential residues in beef, from hormones and antibiotics to genetically-modified crops, with Dr. Joe Schwarcz, Director of the Office for Science and Society at McGill University.CitationDoyle, E. (2000). Human Safety of Hormone Implants Used to Promote Growth in Cattle. 24.Hirpessa, B., Ulusoy, B., Hecer, C. (2020). Hormones and Hormonal Anabolics: Residues in Animal Source Food, Potential Public Health Impacts, and Methods of Analysis.  Retrieved August 9, 2022, from https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jfq/2020/5065386/Jeong, S.-H., Kang, D.-J., Lim, M.-W., Kang, C.-S., & Sung, H.-J. (2010). Risk Assessment of Growth Hormones and Antimicrobial Residues in Meat. Toxicological Research, 26(4), 301–313. https://doi.org/10.5487/TR.2010.26.4.301Kumar, S. (2018). Adverse effects on consumer's health caused by hormones administered in cattle. 10.Ramatla, T., Ngoma, L., Adetunji, M., & Mwanza, M. (2017). Evaluation of Antibiotic Residues in Raw Meat Using Different Analytical Methods. Antibiotics, 6(4), 34. https://doi.org/10.3390/antibiotics6040034Smith, Z. K., & Johnson, B. J. (2020). Mechanisms of steroidal implants to improve beef cattle growth: A review. Journal of Applied Animal Research, 48(1), 133–141. https://doi.org/10.1080/09712119.2020.1751642Thieme, D., & Hemmersbach, P. (Eds.). (2010). Doping in Sports (Vol. 195). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-79088-4

Sean and Eds Do Baseball
70 Mal Fichman

Sean and Eds Do Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 32:29


Eds returns from Vietnam and eases back into things with a bit of a bullpen session as he tells Sean the story of Minor League Master of disguise Mal Fichman; who rose from humble beginnings as a manager of independent clubs to oddball baseball history fame for getting tossed from a game in the 80's and the scheme he carried out in pursuit of victory.

Rio Bravo qWeek
106. Weight Loss Meds

Rio Bravo qWeek

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 18:58


Episode 106: Weight Loss Meds. Anti-obesity medications are FDA-approved drugs to support your patient's efforts to lose weight. It is important for primary care providers to learn about these medications to continue fighting against obesity in our communities.Introduction: Obesity is a chronic disease.By Hector Arreaza, MD. Obesity has all the characteristics of a chronic disease. Let's use our imagination and think about a patient with hypertension, for example. Let's imagine you are the doctor or Mr. Lee. He is 45 years old and his blood pressure has been persistently high, around 150/100, even after lifestyle modifications. You decide to start chlorthalidone 25 mg and Mr. Lee takes chlorthalidone every day. Four weeks later you see Mr. Lee again and you review his labs with him. He has normal renal function and normal electrolytes. His blood pressure is now 119/75. He is feeling great and reports no side effects to chlorthalidone. Would you stop the medication at this time? Think about it. The most obvious answer is NO, you will not stop chlorthalidone. Today you will listen to a discussion about anti-obesity medications, common indications, contraindications, cautions, and more. We will learn that obesity requires chronic treatment with medications just like any other chronic disease. I hope you enjoy it.This is the Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast, your weekly dose of knowledge brought to you by the Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program from Bakersfield, California. Our program is affiliated with UCLA, and it's sponsored by Clinica Sierra Vista, Let Us Be Your Healthcare Home. This podcast was created for educational purposes only. Visit your primary care provider for additional medical advice.___________________________Weight Loss Meds. By Sapna Patel, MS4; and Danish Khalid, MS$. Ross University School of Medicine. Moderated by Hector Arreaza, MD. S: Hello and welcome back to our nutrition series! If you haven't already listened to our previous episodes, pause this and make sure to give them a listen. We have talked about physical activity, meal plans, and intermittent fasting. Today we are going to talk about the clinical management of obesity, specifically the pharmacotherapy that is used. We will divide these drugs into drugs that reduce food intake primarily acting on the CNS, drugs that reduce fat absorption and medications that are associated with weight gain. D: Can anyone who is considered obese take medications to help them lose weight? Pharmacotherapy should be considered if the patient will be taking the medication in conjunction with the overall weight management program, including changes in eating habits, increased physical activity, and realistic expectations of the medication therapy. Adjuvant pharmacologic treatments should be considered for patients with a BMI >30 kg/m2 or with BMI >27 kg/m2 who have concomitant obesity related diseases. A: You are going to find doctors who are pretty much against anti-obesity drugs, but that's not my case.  S: Drugs that reduce food intake primarily acting on the CNS: Let's start with Phentermine and other sympathomimetic drugs A: Phentermine has been in the market over 60 years and it is well tolerated by most patients. It is effective, expect 5-8 lbs weight loss a month when taken with dietary changes and increased physical activity. The weight loss happens mostly the first 3-6 months when you take anti-obesity medications. S: One of the longest clinical trials of the drugs in this group lasted 36 weeks and compared placebo treatment to treatment with continuous phentermine and intermittent phentermine. Both the continuous and intermittent phentermine therapy produced more weight loss than placebo. D: Other options are Phentermine and topiramate ER which is known as  “Qsymia”. These drugs combine a catecholamine releaser and anticonvulsant respectively.  Topiramate is currently approved by the USFDA as an anticonvulsant for treatment of epilepsy and for prophylaxis of migraine headaches. Weight loss was seen as an unintentional side effect during clinical trials for epilepsy.The mechanism responsible for this is thought to be mediated through the modulation of GABA receptors, inhibition of carbonic anhydrase and antagonism of glutamate to reduce food intake The common adverse effects include cognitive impairment, paresthesia, and increased risk for kidney stones. Topiramate is also a teratogenic drug, so patients need to be in a good birth control to take it. It causes cleft palate in the fetus.The 2 phase-III trials called EQUIP and CONQUER, both 1 year randomized  placebo-controlled double-blinded clinical trials, 3 different strengths of a once-a day formulation were tested: full strength dose (15 mg of phentermine and 92 mg of topiramate ER), mid-dose (7.5mg of phentermine and 92 mg topiramate ER) and low dose (3.75mg of phentermine and 23 mg of topiramate ER). Subjects  randomized to the full strength dose in EQUIP and CONQUER trials lost an average of 10.9% and 9.8% body weight in 1 year compared to 1.6% and 1.2% loss for placebo subjects respectively. Significant improvement in fasting glucose, insulin, Hemoglobin A1C and lipid profile were seen.Due to the dose dependent side effects of the medications an initial dose of 3.75/23 mg is prescribed daily for the first 14 days then increased to 7.5/23mg daily. These patients should be re-evaluated after 3 months. If 3% weight loss is not achieved by that time, either discontinue or escalate the dose to 15/92mg for 12 weeks. S: Drugs that reduce fat absorption:Orlistat. What is orlistat? Well it's a selective inhibitor of pancreatic lipase that reduces the intestinal digestion of fat. The mean weight loss when compared to a placebo was 2.51kg at 6 months and 2.75kg at 12 months. A: It is one of the few anti-obesity medications approved to be used in children 12 years and older. D: GLP-1 Receptor Agonist (-glutide): Semaglutide and Liraglutide - Only two that have been approved for treatment of obesity. A 20-week randomized trial, comparing Liraglutide, placebo, and orlistat, showed that patients assigned to liraglutide lost significantly more weight than those assigned to both. When compared to placebo, those on liraglutide lost a mean weight loss of 2.8 kg. Whereas compared to orlistat lost an average of 5.8kg, however this was on the higher doses of liraglutide. A 56-weeks trial, comparing liraglutide with placebo, showed a mean weight loss was significantly greater in the liraglutide group (8.0 kg vs 2.6 kg). Furthermore, those who initially lost weight with diet and exercise, a greater proportion of those taking liraglutide maintained the weight loss.  Similarly, clinical trials favored semaglutide, with a weight loss greater in the semaglutide group versus placebo. For both, weight loss occurred in patients with and without diabetes. Note: Semaglutide: once a week. Helps induce weight loss. Liraglutide: daily.  A: We dedicated a whole episode on Semaglutide and another whole episode on Tirzepatide. Tirzepatide (dual agonist: GLP-1 and GIP) seems promising for weight loss and it is likely to be approved soon for obesity treatment. So, when do we discontinue anti-obesity medications? We can ask the same question for other chronic diseases: When do we stop medication for hypertension or diabetes? When we have a patient is unable to keep their weight off, we can't see him/her as someone who has lost their motivation to keep their weight off. Really what's happened is that their hormones have changed in a way that is promoting weight gain and it's very hard to lose weight. We should be at the patient's side to fight it off. Conclusion: Now we conclude our episode number 106 “Weight Loss Meds.” Phentermine is the most widely used anti-obesity medication. It is a stimulant, and it is a safe and effective medication for most patients who are fighting obesity. Make sure you learn the contraindication, side effects, and precautions when you prescribe it. Also, learn about other meds that are very effective, including GLP-1 receptor agonists, and your patients will thank you. This week we thank Hector Arreaza, Danish Khalid, and Sapna Patel. Audio by Sheila Toro.Thanks for listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast. If you have any feedback, contact us by email at RioBravoqWeek@clinicasierravista.org, or visit our website riobravofmrp.org/qweek. See you next week! _____________________References: Perreault, L., Apovian, C. (2021). Obesity in adults: Overview of management. Pi-Sunyer,  F.X., Seres, D., & Kunins, L. (Eds.) Uptodate. Available from: https://www-uptodate-com.rossuniversity.idm.oclc.org/contents/obesity-in-adults-overview-of-management?search=weight%20loss%20medications&source=search_result&selectedTitle=2~150&usage_type=default&display_rank=2 Perreault, L. (2022). Obesity in adults: Drug therapy. Pi-Sunyer,  F.X., & Kunins, L. (Eds.) Uptodate. Available from: https://www-uptodate-com.rossuniversity.idm.oclc.org/contents/obesity-in-adults-drug-therapy?search=weight%20loss%20medications&source=search_result&selectedTitle=1~150&usage_type=default&display_rank=1 Dungan, K., DeSantis, A. (2022) Glucagon-like peptide 1-based therapies for the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Nathan, D.M., & Mulder, J.E. (Eds.) Uptodate. Available from: https://www-uptodate-com.rossuniversity.idm.oclc.org/contents/glucagon-like-peptide-1-based-therapies-for-the-treatment-of-type-2-diabetes-mellitus?search=glp%201%20receptor%20agonists&source=search_result&selectedTitle=2~97&usage_type=default&display_rank=1 Perreault, L., Bessesen, D. (2022). Obesity in adults: Etiologies and risk factors. Pi-Sunyer,  F.X., & Kunins, L. (Eds.) Uptodate. Available from: https://www-uptodate-com.rossuniversity.idm.oclc.org/contents/obesity-in-adults-etiologies-and-risk-factors?search=medication%20associated%20with%20weight%20gain§ionRank=1&usage_type=default&anchor=H1612312650&source=machineLearning&selectedTitle=1~150&display_rank=1#H1612312650. Royalty-free music used for this episode: Salsa Trap by Caslo, downloaded on July, 20, 2022 from https://freemusicarchive.org/music/caslo/caslo-vol-1/salsa-trap/. Space Orbit by Scott Holmes, downloaded on July, 20, 2022 from https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Holmes/.  

Shifting Our Schools - Education : Technology : Leadership

Show Sponsor: https://libsyn.com/ Use the code: friend and get your first month of podcast hosting free!   On this episode of the podcast Tricia talks with Janet Avery, superintendent and founder #IDedchat Co-Founder #edcampidaho . They talk about common challenges school leaders face as well as the importance of networking and soft skills.   Connect with Janet: https://twitter.com/averyteachhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/janet-avery-14147333/   Explore the free resource discussed on this episode: https://www.shiftingschools.com/free-pdfs   Twitter #IDedchat - Twitter Search / Twitter The latest Tweets on #IDedchat. Read what people are saying and join the conversation.   Twitter #edcampidaho - Twitter Search / Twitter The latest Tweets on #edcampidaho. Read what people are saying and join the conversation.   Twitter Janet Avery, EdS (@averyteach) / Twitter Superintendent #PSD285; Former Curriculum Director, MS Principal, and English Teacher; Mom; Wife; Golfer. Love my PLN! Founder #IDedchat Co-Founder #edcampidaho   Shifting Schools Resource Library — Shifting Schools Shifting School's Resource Library - a collection of FREE Guides (pdfs) - enter your email to download one or all of them!

Nonprofit CourageLab
How to Ask for More & Raise Major Gifts

Nonprofit CourageLab

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 0:49 Transcription Available


Julie Ordoñez is a leading fundraiser, coach, speaker and founder of CourageLab, a 6-week group coaching accelerator for nonprofit founders, EDs and fundraisers ready to double their individual giving. Nonprofit CourageLab shares soul-shaking insights on how to become a more courageous leader and raise more money for your nonprofit. No one changed the world without first changing themselves. If you want to raise more money to change the world, you are in the right place.

Ask Kati Anything!
124 - Ask Kati Anything with Kati Morton, LMFT

Ask Kati Anything!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 61:14


Ask Kati Anything ep.124 | Your mental health podcast, with Kati Morton, LMFT In this week's episode Kati discusses whether our eating disorder voice ever goes away completely, the different levels of ED treatment, and how intuitive eating works. She also addresses child on child sexual abuse and how to heal when the perpetrator was the same age as the victim, and talks about accepting a new diagnosis. Kati also explains how trauma treatment works if we can't remember much (or any) of our trauma, and if you can do EMDR incorrectly, and what an appointment with a psychiatrist looks like. Hope it's helpful! Audience questions: In your experience, do your clients' “eating disorder voice” ever completely go away? For context, I used to have anorexia but am now weight restored. Although I consider myself much happier in a healthy body (more energy, better sleep, etc.), I still find myself occupied with disordered thoughts... Can you talk about child sexual abuse when both the victim and abuser are the same age? I just started therapy after being diagnosed with a number of issues - OCD (since early childhood), depression, chronic anxiety (that gets worse around people), fearful avoidant attachment and fear... My therapist diagnosed me with depression but I'm struggling to accept it. I know I probably have an anxiety disorder, and possibly a personality disorder or even something like ADHD, but when all she ever lands on is "depression" it offends me. My pain is valid; situations in my past led up to me... What are possible therapy options for those of us who can't remember our trauma? Are there ways to support the recovery of memories? I can't remember my first twenty years of life and to be honest and truthful I can't imagine being able to heal completely if I don't know what happened in... I am curious about the treatment and levels of care with EDs. What are the different levels of care, and at what point is each level necessary? What does treatment look like for each one? Thank you! I feel like I am doing EMDR wrong. I have been in therapy for over two years, ever since discovering that my husband was having a year-long affair with my best friend. (He's now my ex-husband, by the way, and I realize that my friend was never actually a friend). I've been working on... You've talked about eating when you're hungry and stopping when you're full. But how do you really know when you're hungry and when you're full? I've tried this, and I think when I'm in a restrictive mindset I'll lie to myself and say I'm not hungry when I actually am, and when I'm in a binging mindset... I've been referred to a psychiatrist and I don't really know what to expect. I'm quite nervous as the assessor who referred me said they think maybe autism, which I just didn't see coming. Now I feel conscious about acting a certain way to confirm or reject this. I've been struggling more since... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/askkatianything/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askkatianything/support

Behind The Bite
Ep 95 - Recovery: Fears, Realities and Questions with Emily Murray

Behind The Bite

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 39:43


Are you thinking about starting your journey to recovery from ED? Do you have questions and concerns that may be holding you back? Can knowledge release you from fear and kickstart your journey to wellness?  In this podcast episode, I speak about recovery and the fears, realities, and questions it brings with Emily Murray. We reflect on the challenges of treating EDs with underlying medical conditions and how to appreciate body uniqueness. Sign up for the FREE e-course to understand your eating disorder and embark on the road to recovery. SHOW NOTES: Click here Follow me on Instagram @behind_the_bite_podcast Visit the website: www.behindthebitepodcast.com

Blue Moon Podcast - A Manchester City Show
S14 Ep2: A Frenzy of Schadenfreude

Blue Moon Podcast - A Manchester City Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 66:31


David Mooney is joined by City fan Laura Wolfe and One Football's Dan Burke to reflect on the talking points from the defeat in the Community Shield. EDS expert Sean Blinkhorn is back to talk about Josh Wilson-Esbrand and Rico Lewis, plus Howard Hockin returns to discuss City's transfers this summer and the positive influence of the Women's EUROs. We also get an insight into West Ham from James Jones from We Are West Ham.

BetterHealthGuy Blogcasts
Episode #170: Root Cause Medicine with Dr. Joe Mather, MD, MPH & TM

BetterHealthGuy Blogcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 101:07


Why You Should Listen:  In this episode, you will learn about root cause medicine and recovering from complex, chronic conditions. About My Guest: My guest for this episode is Dr. Joe Mather.  Joe Mather, MD, MPH & TM is the Medical Director of the Ruscio Institute for Functional Medicine where he works with patients, mentors other Functional Medicine practitioners and helps conduct research to improve the knowledge and field of Functional and Integrative Medicine.  He graduated from the Tulane University School of Medicine and the Tulane University School of Public Health in 2011 and completed his residency in 2014.   He is passionate about delivering cost-effective and practical medical care with a focus on GI health and environmental toxicity, especially mold-related illness.  He spends a lot of time working with patients suffering from complex and chronic diseases.  When he is not working with patients you will find him chasing his three small children, exercising, or playing music. Key Takeaways: Why are people sicker today than a decade ago? What is the difference between IBS, IBD, and SIBO? Is microbiome testing helpful in determining a clinical direction? What are the root causes of SIBO? How is constipation addressed? Can the Carnivore diet be helpful for those with GI issues? Is food sensitivity testing valuable? How might one test their environment and their body for the presence of mold and mycotoxins? Can remediation move the needle?  What about air filters and fogging? Should binders be matched to the mycotoxins present? How might one optimize the sinubiome? Does the presence of Actinomycetes change the treatment path? What is the root cause of EDS and hypermobility syndromes? How important is supporting the thyroid and adrenals in recovering health? What should the therapeutic order be in treating complex conditions? Connect With My Guest: http://RuscioInstitute.com Related Resources: Ashok Gupta Interviews Dr. Joe Mather Interview Date: July 29, 2022 Transcript: To review a transcript of this show, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com/Episode170. Additional Information: To learn more, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com. Disclaimer:  The content of this show is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness or medical condition. Nothing in today's discussion is meant to serve as medical advice or as information to facilitate self-treatment. As always, please discuss any potential health-related decisions with your own personal medical authority.