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In this episode, Dr. Bastiaan Bloem talks with Davis Phinney Foundation Executive Director, Polly Dawkins, about a recent article he co-authored, "The Elephant in the Room: Critical Reflections on Mortality Rates Among Individuals with Parkinson's Disease." In the article, Dr. Bloem et al. write, "Although the survival of people with Parkinson's has improved over time, people with Parkinson's still live fewer years than their age- and sex-matched population comparators, albeit at older ages this difference can be small." Dr. Bloem and his co-authors also acknowledge that doctors and researchers "often emphasize the tremendous impact of [Parkinson's] on an individual's life. However, in public awareness campaigns, we largely avoid discussions on the survival of people with Parkinson's..." It's understandable: the topic of mortality and Parkinson's is often painful. However, in this episode of The Parkinson's Podcast, Dr. Bloem argues out that openly acknowledging that Parkinson's shortens lifespans is a good thing for people with Parkinson's for a multiple reasons. Listen to the episode to hear Dr. Bloem's perspective about multiple topics related to mortality and Parkinson's, including: The commonly held view that people die with Parkinson's, not from Parkinson's Pesticides, chemical exposure, and other environmental risks Reasons for hope, including specific advice about exercise and diet The policy and funding implications of candid discussion of mortality in Parkinson's Want to read the article associated with this podcast? Check it out on our website! Want to watch the video version of this podcast? You can watch it on our YouTube! Loving the Parkinson's Podcast? You can listen to more episodes on our website!
In this episode, Dr. Bastiaan Bloem talks with Davis Phinney Foundation Executive Director, Polly Dawkins, about a recent article he co-authored, "The Elephant in the Room: Critical Reflections on Mortality Rates Among Individuals with Parkinson's Disease." In the article, Dr. Bloem et al. write, "Although the survival of people with Parkinson's has improved over time, people with Parkinson's still live fewer years than their age- and sex-matched population comparators, albeit at older ages this difference can be small." Dr. Bloem and his co-authors also acknowledge that doctors and researchers "often emphasize the tremendous impact of [Parkinson's] on an individual's life. However, in public awareness campaigns, we largely avoid discussions on the survival of people with Parkinson's..." It's understandable: the topic of mortality and Parkinson's is often painful. However, in this episode of The Parkinson's Podcast, Dr. Bloem argues out that openly acknowledging that Parkinson's shortens lifespans is a good thing for people with Parkinson's for a multiple reasons. Listen to the episode to hear Dr. Bloem's perspective about multiple topics related to mortality and Parkinson's, including: The commonly held view that people die with Parkinson's, not from Parkinson's Pesticides, chemical exposure, and other environmental risks Reasons for hope, including specific advice about exercise and diet The policy and funding implications of candid discussion of mortality in Parkinson's Loving the Parkinson's Podcast? You can listen to more episodes on our website!
Today's guest is on a mission to help leaders work together toward a bright future for all. She is editor in chief of the Apex Award-winning Leader to Leader journal, founded by Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Frances Hesselbein, and partner and trusted advisor to former CEO of Boeing and Ford Alan Mulally, considered one of the greatest leaders of the 21st Century. Her fields of expertise are leadership, management, personal leadership development, and executive and business coaching. For over twenty years, as COO of Marshall Goldsmith Inc., she led many initiatives, projects, and programs, including The 100 Coaches Project. Her expertise supported the success of Marshall Goldsmith's New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling books, “Triggers” and “What Got You Here Won't Get You There.” She has authored and edited many books, including “Making Waves” with former CEO of Celebrity Cruises Lisa Lutoff-Perlo and “Work Is Love Made Visible” with Marshall Goldsmith and Frances Hesselbein. Please join me in welcoming Sarah McArthur. Join us for an insightful conversation as Sarah McArthur shares her remarkable leadership journey, her invaluable experiences working with influential figures, and the profound impact of effective communication on shaping a brighter future. In this episode, we discuss:
No matter what you celebrate, the beginning of December always feels like the unofficial start to the busiest time of year. There are company holiday parties, the kids have their plays and concerts, and the family gatherings can feel endless… And with all that commotion, who has the time to make things feel special with their sweet heart?In today's episode of Sex, Love, and Elephants, it's all about taking the chaotic, overscheduled energy of December and using some of it to honor and cherish the one who's by your side through it all. Tune in and remember that first holiday season you spent with your sweetie. When you were dating and wooing and falling in love, you probably made a heck of a lot more effort during the holidays. You probably shopped more carefully, you probably did some romantic or sexy or fun gifts, and you probably really thought about: “How can I light my sweetheart up?” In This Episode, You Will Learn:In the December holiday season, couples gets lost (02:03)Valentine's Day is a manufactured money grabbing cheap chocolate holiday—but if you open your mind, it can be a reminder to be romantic as heck (03:22)Your love affair doesn't take care of itself. You need to make passion a priority (12:13)It takes work and effort and repetition to improve and to be good at what you do—if you rest on your laurels, your laurels tend to fall apart (12:52)Your challenge is to make this holiday season joyful, compassionate, and generous—but also make it about the two of you. Carve out at least one special holiday date (13:38)This week's LoveByte (14:40)Tell Dr. Cheryl about your holiday date and you could win a sexy surprise. Email your stories and photos to firstname.lastname@example.orgWant to learn more about Buddhism and relationships? Cheryl's book Buddha's Bedroom is a great resource!Follow @drcherylfraser on Instagram Let's Connect! About MeInstagramWebsite - Sign up for Weekly LoveBytes here Facebook Page YoutubeIf you want to rate your relationship, take the Passion Quiz Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Here's episode 91 of The Budget Mouse podcast. This is a trip report from my November 2023 visit to Walt Disney World. I cover some of our low-cost fun, such as Disney World miniature golf at Fantasia Gardens, the Epcot Festival of the Holidays Cookie Stroll, and the Animal Kingdom Caring For Giants Backstage Tour. Here are the resources I mentioned in the show: How to Rent DVC Points at Disney World How to Use Priceline to Save on Disney World Hotels How to make Room Requests at Disney World Sign up for my email newsletter here
Adam kicks off the White Elephant Christmas series with a message about navigating stress during the holiday season.#iamembraceEmbrace is one church, made up of multiple campuses and network churches. We exist to relentlessly reach the next person for Jesus.Give Herehttps://www.iamembrace.com/giveStay ConnectedWebsite: iamembrace.comEmbrace Church Facebook: facebook.com/iamembraceEmbrace Church Instagram: instagram.com/iamembraceAdam Weber YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@adamaweber1Adam Weber Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adamaweberAdam Weber Instagram: instagram.com/adamaweber
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We've been talking about the chokehold Drunk Elephant has had on the youths for some time now, but is it the brand's intention to attract a younger customer base? Today, we're asking the founder herself. Tiffany Masterson joins us to share her thoughts on the brand's resurgence — thanks to influencers like Alix Earle, Katie Fang and even the Kardashian Kids — and why she thinks Gen Z and Gen Alpha are so obsessed with the brand, how much they've actually affected sales, and if a sister brand for teenage skin could be in the works. Tiffany also shares her holiday gift recommendations for those beauty-loving tweens and teens in your life. We've also got a fun giveaway, so make sure to follow up on Instagram to learn what's up for grabs and how to win. Shop this episode GlossAngelesPod.comhttps://glossangeles.komi.ioCALL US: 424-341-0426Shop products from our episodesJoin our FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/glossangelespodcastInstagram: @glossangelspod, @kirbiejohnson, @saratanTwitter: @glossangelespod, @kirbiejohnson, @saratanEmail: email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Megan-Claire Chase, a.k.a. Warrior Megsie, is a breast cancer survivor and advocate from Atlanta. Her blog, Life on the Cancer Train, details her experience as a young adult cancer survivor while advocating for better treatment and resources. It's known for being authentic, raw, and informative - with a twist of humor. Megan-Claire is a powerful public speaker, researcher, and published writer. Her work has been featured in various magazines, including Cure Magazine, Elephants and Tea, Cancer Today, and WebMD. She's a passionate advocate who uses her life on the cancer train to support and advocate for patients and survivors diagnosed with cancer. Special thanks to our guest host, Lisa Nelson, for guiding this conversation! If you enjoyed this conversation, please leave a review in your podcast app. CancerTalks is a platform for anyone who has been touched by cancer. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a story to share. If you're moved to donate, please visit cancertalks.com/donate.
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November 29th, 2023 the Catman of the Americas sits in with the Invasion to annouce this year's White Elephant day lineup as voted on by the P1's. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and X Listen to past episodes on The Ticket's Website And follow The Ticket Top 10 on Apple, Spotify or Amazon Music See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11/30/23 - Have you ever considered renting a potted Christmas tree that can be replanted? We discuss. Electric vehicles may have some hydrogen-powered competition, Demi Lovato has a holiday special coming up, Google is about to ditch inactive accounts, and the heartbreaking story of the world's loneliest elephant. We discuss that, too. We also reflect on what makes someone confident. Website: GoodDayShow.comSocial Media: @GoodDayNetworksThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4342406/advertisement
Robin Hanson is a professor at George Mason University and researcher at the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford. 0:00 - Intro 2:42 - Intelligent Life in the Universe 7:30 - Grabby Aliens: A Primer 15:29 - Elites and the End of Global Coordination 18:59 - 6 Hard Steps for the Emergence of Life 22:11 - The Probability of Aliens 33:05 - Domesticating Humans 38:08 - Signaling and the Elephant in the Brain 42:31 - Conscious and Subconscious Behavior 46:53 - Collective Signaling 49:54 - The Contrarian Economics of Medicine and Lifespan 57:00 - Taste 1:01:18 - Hyper-Rationality and Social Cohesion 1:07:03 - How to Predict the Future 1:12:11 - Brain Emulations 1:21:15 - Artificial General Intelligence 1:27:52 - The Descendants of Humans 1:32:49 - Changing Attitudes Toward Life and Death 1:37:33 - The Future of Inequality 1:42:10 - God and The Sacred 1:57:42 - The Most Surprising Thing Robin's Learned Recently 1:59:57 - What Should More People be Thinking About?
“The first time I saw a tiger pugmark in Cauvery landscape I was totally thrilled, I can't explain the thrill and the joy I had. That's what you all work and survive for, right?” Sanjay Gubbi hit headlines six years ago after he was attacked by a leopard that had strayed on to the grounds of a school. Despite being seriously injured, Sanjay has made a full recovery and is very vocal about the problems that a loss of habitat is having on animals such as leopards.Sanjay and his team at the Holematthi Nature Foundation are working with local communities to establish safe habitat and corridors for leopards and other iconic Indian wildlife across the country's southern states. Join rewilding enthusiast and financier Ben Goldsmith as he speaks to environmental trail blazers from all corners of the globe.Recent climate science seems to paint a picture of despair with irreparable damage being done to our natural world. But there are rays of hope. Across the planet people are carrying out astonishing work, returning large areas of land and oceans back to their former glory.This podcast is produced by The Podcast Coach.
Do you experience conflict in your workplace or home?Then this episode's for you. (So basically, it's for everyone).We talk with leadership expert, speaker, and best-selling author of "Don't Feed the Elephants," Sarah Noll Wilson, about the transformative power of leading with curiosity to address conflict and create inclusive, open-minded environments. Our conversation delves into creating a culture of addressing difficult topics in teams, specific behaviors for new leaders, and the impact of power dynamics on communication and feedback. Join us as we explore the value of curiosity in relationships and leadership, and the imperative of creating a safe environment for all voices to be heard.Resources:Sarah's book: Don't Feed the ElephantsSarah's podcast: Conversation on ConversationsConnect with Sarah on LinkedInConnect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/teri-m-schmidt/Get 1-on-1 leadership support from Teri here: https://www.strongertoserve.com/coachingSet up an intro call with Teri: https://calendly.com/terischmidt/discoverycall
Serge Lozach, the Managing Director and Vice President of Wine in Motion, a U.S. wine importer which specializes in wines from Portugal joins Enterprise Radio… Read more The post Keeping Elephants Calm with Serge Lozach of Wine in Motion appeared first on Top Entrepreneurs Podcast | Enterprise Podcast Network.
Low-slung Polygon Window-esque acid from Tramic on Kulture Galeri's Metropolitan Soul Museum round 2: https://www.theransomnote.com/music/premiere-tramic-lanterns-kulture-galerie/ In a Tramic town, lanterns aglow, Kulture Galerie, where nonsense does flow. Dancing Tramic with lanterns in hand, In a whimsical world, oh, so grand. Pigs recite news, cows wear polka-dot, Lanterns paint rainbows, a peculiar lot. Kulture Galerie, a surreal decree, Where whimsy and folly dance merrily. Elephants strum guitars, as snails scribe verse, A tale of Tramic, lanterns, and whimsy diverse. In this fanciful land of peculiar spree, Kulture Galerie, a nonsense jubilee.
The truce between Israel and Hamas has been extended, but there are some concerns about the hostages and prisoners being released. One of the Palestinian college students shot in Vermont may never walk again. Leaked documents show the hosts of the UN's climate conference were planning to discuss oil deals at COP28. US presidents and other leaders are saying goodbye to former first lady Rosalynn Carter today. Plus, a car gets trampled by elephants. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rishi Dhir, frontman of Canadian psych-pop band Elephant Stone, returns to talk about their upcoming album, how singing in French changes his voice, and the legacy of the Talking Heads. Intro music is "String Anticipation" by Cory Gray.
A podcast brought to you by Elephant in the Womb (www.elephantinthewomb.ca). Disclaimer: this podcast is for informational purposes only. This is NOT medical advice. If you need medical advice, please see a healthcare provider. Views are my own. This is part 2 of Episode 44 on Influenza and the Flu Shot! This portion of the episode we are looking at common myths and claims around influenza and the flu shot itself and discussing how to navigate these claims and where to look for more information. Associated blog post: Click Here Part 1 of blog post: Click Here Additional Resources: Vaccine Types - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services FAQ About Flu Vaccines - Baltimore City Health Department (includes links to recent study results) Vaccines When Your Child Is Sick - Center for Disease Control Immunize Canada Ontario Public Health Unit Locations Find a Flu Shot Clinic - Government of Ontario
We all have moments of unkindness that come at times of weakness. Your shoelace broke, you stepped in a puddle, and you got a flat tire—so you take it all out on your local barista. But here's the thing: It's up to us whether we have a good day or a bad day. It's up to us whether, regardless of circumstances, we have a kind mind or a mean mind. It's up to us how we feel when the circumstances get in our way. Fix yourself a nice cup of steaming tea, find a quiet, tranquil spot, and settle in—this episode of Sex, Love, and Elephants is your ticket to my latest Dharma Talk. Tune in and learn about the Eightfold Path and why this central piece of the Buddhist belief system remains so incredibly relevant in our modern daily lives. In This Episode, You Will Learn:Suffering is not inherent in change, suffering is inherent in us wanting things to be different (02:46)When I act kinder, I feel better (17:21)We have to practice right speech in the world with our words—and when we fail, begin again (34:21)Abstain from slanderous speech: Don't gossip, don't talk about other people in ways that may not be skillful (36:57)Communicating is listening as much or more than you speak (38:12)It's not an easy being a kind, compassionate human being… but it's huge return on investment (01:06:37)Got questions? Email email@example.comWant to learn more about Buddhism and relationships? Cheryl's book Buddha's Bedroom is a great resource!Follow @drcherylfraser on Instagram Let's Connect! About MeInstagramWebsite - Sign up for Weekly LoveBytes here Facebook Page YoutubeIf you want to rate your relationship, take the Passion Quiz Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Qui ne connaît pas Capital ? L'émission préférée des Français qui a lancé M6 n'aurait sans doute jamais existé sans Emmanuel Chain, créateur et présentateur de l'émission. Celui qui a réussi à fasciner le grand public avec des sujets économiques nous ouvre les portes de sa carrière riche en rebondissements. Découvrez dans cet épisode : Les coulisses de la naissance d'M6 La création et l'évolution de Capital, Elephant, la société de production fondée par Emmanuel avec Thierry Bizot, à l'origine de de Sept à Huit, des Rencontres du Papotin, ou encore Fais pas ci Fais pas ça, et Parents Mode d'Emploi. Les moments collectors et conversations décisives avec Bernard Tapie, Etienne Mougeotte et bien sûr Nicolas de Tavernost Emmanuel Chain revient sur l'histoire de la télévision et de ses émissions phares et se livre intimement sur son parcours de journaliste, animateur et producteur. Un épisode qui traverse plusieurs décennies de médias, d'entrepreneuriat et de journalisme. Lancez-vous, et découvrez les dessous d'une carrière hors normes. TIMELINE : 00:00:00 - Introduction 00:08:00 - L'histoire de Capital 00:13:00 - Présentation d'Emmanuel Chain 00:15:00 - Être journaliste et entrepreneur 00:37:00 - Sa découverte de sa passion pour l'information 00:41:00 - Les débuts dans le journalisme 01:03:00 - Le lancement de Capital 01:15:00 - Le choix d'arrêter l'antenne 01:20:00 - L'importance de l'audience 01:27:00 - L'art de créer des récits 01:45:00 - Avis sur l'IA 01:52:00 - Devenir papa à 60 ans 01:58:00 - Le départ d'M6 02:11:00 - Les débuts d'Elephant 02:29:00 - Les traditionnelles questions de fin d'épisode Avec Emmanuel, nous avons cité d'anciens épisodes de GDIY : #334 - Nicolas de Tavernost - M6, les secrets d'une institution française #330 - Camille Callen - De caissière à influenceuse de plus d'1M d'abonnés #293 - Théau Peronnin - Construire un ordinateur quantique, la prochaine révolution technologique #321 - Georges-Olivier Reymond - Et si le leader mondial du Quantum Computing était Français ? Avec Emmanuel, nous avons parlé de : Capital Sept à Huit Qui veut être mon associé ? Jamy Le film Anatomie d'une chute Les rencontres du Papotin Le documentaire Un Président, l'Europe et la guerre Emmanuel vous recommande de lire: Les piliers de la terre, de Ken Follett La musique du générique vous plaît ? C'est à Morgan Prudhomme que je la dois ! Contactez-le sur : https://studio-module.com. Vous souhaitez sponsoriser Génération Do It Yourself ou nous proposer un partenariat ? Contactez mon label Orso Media via ce formulaire. Vous pouvez contacter Emmanuel Chain par email
Andy dials in from Virginia to talk Lightsleeper and share highlights from the Liam & Neil Finn show from Taronga Zoo in Sydney 2018. Performances include: Better To Be, Meet Me In The Air, Private Universe, Any Other Way, Hold Her Close.You can significantly support the continuation of the 240 podcast for a donation of just a couple dollars per month. This goes directly towards covering the podcast hosting fees. Big thank yous if you are in a position to help. Head over here to: http://patreon.com/240neilfinn
Elephant in the room podcast hosted by DJ Ceesix and Dizzle the Comedian. These two are the complete opposite (Chalk and Cheese, lol), they get together weekly to discuss everything and nothing. Both Ceesix and Dizzle are of Jamaican heritage and in their 40s, and often reminisce on the old skool.
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Today, you'll learn about a new technique that can print stem cells, how elephants can solve puzzles, and if delulu is really the solulu. 3D Print Stem Cells “Scientists develop 3D printing method that shows promise for repairing brain injuries.” Science News. 2023. “Oxford researchers develop 3D printing method that shows promise for repairing brain injuries.” University of Oxford. 2023. Puzzling Elephants “Wild Asian elephants display unique puzzle solving skills.” ScienceDaily. 2023. “How intelligent are elephants?” by Susan Blackmore. N.d. “Wild Asian Elephants Display Unique Puzzle-Solving Skills.” n.a. 2023. Believing Delusion “Is ‘Delulu' the ‘Solulu'? Unpacking TikTok's Newest Trend.” by Tara Denneny. 2023. “Self-efficacy and academic achievement: Why do implicit beliefs, goals, and effort regulation matter?” by Meera Komarraju & Dustin Nadler. 2013. “Effective pursuit of personal goals: The fostering effect of dispositional optimism on goal commitment and goal progress.” by Dario Monzani, et al. 2015. Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tricia Burton talks about the TV elephant in the room - Mormonism. What is the gospel according to Joseph Smith? Tricia comes from a long lineage of Mormons and having found salvation in the true Jesus of the Scriptures, has a unique and comprehensive understanding of what they believe. Tricia is with The Berean Call and has many concerns about how deeply attached believers have become to The Chosen, its characters, and the misrepresentation of Jesus Christ that permeates the series. Many may not realize that its executive producers and the series' distribution through Angel Studies in Utah have deep Mormon ties. What the church needs right now is a thorough apologetic on Mormonism, and Tricia is one who can provide that. A lingering question for us all is, if apologetics were still a vital part of the church, would we even have such a thing as The Chosen? Watch Stand Up For The Truth on YouTube !