Jenna Schloss is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker located in Illinois. She treats mainly clients suffering from OCD, but also tackles generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and other related illnesses. Her approach to treating said disorders cover many grounds as she uses Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Acceptant and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Although she may sound like your textbook psychotherapist, she believes that laughter is an essential part of life and mental health. This translates to how she tailor-makes her approach to each individual and their own personal goal. If you book a session with Jenna, don't forget to give her executive assistant, Maddie, a belly-rub (she's a dog). In this episode we talk about: ◾️ Anxiety and white knuckling ◾️ Acceptance in therapy vs. acceptance in day-to-day life ◾️ The impact of the "pause" after acknowledging the presence of OCD Find Jenna here: @ocdchicago Find Zach here : zachwesterbeck.com @zach_westerbeck This podcast is made possible by NOCD. NOCD offers effective, affordable, and convenient OCD therapy. NOCD therapists are trained in Exposure Response Prevention, or ERP, therapy, the gold standard treatment for OCD. With NOCD, you can do virtual, live face-to-face video sessions with one of their licensed, specialty-trained therapists, and they accept most major insurance plans. If your insurance isn't covered, mention discount code ZACH100 for a special $100 rate for the next two months. To find out more about NOCD, visit zachwesterbeck.com/virtual-ocd-therapy/ to book a free 15-minute call.
Veronica Max started UltraPersonal Healthcare after experiencing what it meant to have really high quality, thoughtful care for herself. After years of studying and practicing in the modern medical system, Veronica has taken an entirely new approach to healthcare that boldly empowers the individual to take their health under their own control. In our conversation with Veronica, we discuss:- Emotional healing- Importance of light - The Modern Medical system- A better health care model- Home births & prenatal nutrition- Getting off birth control- Hormonal crisis in men & women- Keto, carnivore, paleo - which is better for women?And much, much more!
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In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on how to use what people say about you as a source of motivation, what's the best way to maximize the exposure for your business in today's technological world, and how to get through the days of self-doubt.
Reese, Jasmin and Janet discuss a suspected case of opioid exposure at a Bronx daycare that killed one child and sickened three others, the United Automobile Workers' strike, and Polish scientists creating a test to detect the use of abortion pills.
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Colombia continues its recovery from last week's cyberattacks. AI training data is accidentally published to GitHub. The cyberespionage techniques of Earth Lusca. Clorox blames product shortages on a cyber attack. Cybersecurity incidents in industrial environments. Where the wild bots are. Joe Carrigan looks at top level domain name exploitation. Our guest is Kristen Bell from GuidePoint Security with a look at vulnerability vs. exploitability. And there's talk of potential Russia-DPRK cooperation in cyberspace. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/179 Selected reading. More than 50 Colombian state, private entities hit by cyberattack -Petro (Reuters) Colombia Mulls Legal Action Against US Firm Targeted In Cyber Attack (Barron's) Microsoft mitigated exposure of internal information in a storage account due to overly-permissive SAS token (Microsoft Security Response Center) Microsoft AI Researchers Expose 38TB of Data, Including Keys, Passwords and Internal Messages (SecurityWeek) Earth Lusca Employs New Linux Backdoor, Uses Cobalt Strike for Lateral Movement (Trend Micro) Chinese hackers have unleashed a never-before-seen Linux backdoor (Ars Technica) The Clorox Company FORM 8-K (US Securities and Exchange Commission) Clorox Warns of Product Shortages Following Cyberattack (Wall Street Journal) Clorox warns of product shortages, profit hit from August cyberattack (The Street) Can't find the right Clorox product? A recent cyberattack is causing some shortages (USA Today) Clorox warns of product shortages after cyberattack (Fox Business) As flu season looms, hackers force a shortage of Clorox products (Fortune) New Research Finds Cyberattacks Against Critical Infrastructure on the Rise, State-affiliated Groups Responsible for Nearly 60% (Business Wire) Death By a Billion Bots (Netacea) Russian and North Korea artillery deal paves the way for dangerous cyberwar alliance (EconoTimes) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this day and age, there are certainly plenty of reasons to feel anxious, but if you're not reducing your EMF exposure, you could be missing a really big factor behind the way you're feeling.In this episode, we talk about some of the health effects of EMF exposure and, in particular, its affect on mood. Don't panic though, we also share practical tips to reduce your exposure too so that feeling zen is one step closer!LINKS MENTIONED: Join The Holistic Health Collective MembershipSEND US A QUESTION:https://www.speakpipe.com/theholistichealthpodcast FIND NAT BELOW: Website - https://nataliekdouglas.com/Thyroid Rescue - https://nataliekdouglas.com/thyroid-rescue/Gut Rescue - https://nataliekdouglas.com/gut-rescue/Hormone Rescue - https://nataliekdouglas.com/hormone-rescue/Fertility Support Package - https://nataliekdouglas.com/fertility-and-preconception-care-package/A Guide To Coming Off The Pill - https://nataliekdouglas.com/coming-off-the-pill-mini-course/How To Test Your Thyroid Properly - https://nataliekdouglas.com/thyroid-testing-mini-course/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/natalie.k.douglasBook a Free Assessment Call - https://calendly.com/nataliekdouglas/thyroid-discovery-call FIND AMIE BELOW: Website - https://whatthenaturopathsaid.comInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/thatnaturopathJoin the mailing list - https://elysium-clinic-of-natural-medicine.ck.page/69663ce14aBook a Discovery Call: https://p.bttr.to/3yBdmu3Free eBook 'Is mould making you sick?' - https://www.amieskilton.com/MPYHeBookFree webinar 'The 9 subtle signs your home has a mould problem' - https://www.amieskilton.com/MPYHwebinarMouldProof Your Home eCourse - https://www.amieskilton.com/mouldproofMould Prevention 101 mini-course - https://p.bttr.to/3Cp5DkB GET DISCOUNTS ON PRODUCTS WE LOVE! Block Blue Lighthttps://www.blockbluelight.com.au/?aff=234 use code AMIESKILTON for 10% off Bon Charge (formerly BluBlox)https://www.boncharge.com/?rfsn=5621350.23bd9ab 15% discountSomnilighthttp://somnilight.ositracker.com/coupons/index
Contributor: Meghan Hurley MD Educational Pearls: Shift work is defined as anything that takes place outside of a 9-5 schedule, not exempting day-shift medical workers Various ill effects of shift work on overall health: Increased all-cause mortality Increased number of accidents Glucose metabolism dysregulation Increased BMI Fertility impacts for men and women Increased breast cancer risk Decreased cognitive functioning Mitigation strategies Work at the same time every day Anchor Sleep - always try to be asleep at the same time of day Progressive shifts: day- into swing- into night shift instead of the other way around Three days off after a stretch of nights can help reset sleep schedule Shorter night shifts Morning shifts should start no earlier than 8 AM Sleep hygiene Ensure an ideal sleep environment; cool, dark, and damp Avoid bright lights when going to sleep Exposure to bright lights when waking up Hydration throughout your shift Stop caffeine at midnight if you are working a night shift Eat healthy meals and avoid junk food Avoid eating 2-3 hours before going to sleep References Boivin, D. B., Boudreau, P., & Kosmadopoulos, A. (2022). Disturbance of the Circadian System in Shift Work and Its Health Impact. Journal of biological rhythms, 37(1), 3–28. https://doi.org/10.1177/07487304211064218 Jang TW. Work-Fitness Evaluation for Shift Work Disorder. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021;18(3):1294. Published 2021 Feb 1. doi:10.3390/ijerph18031294 Minors DS, Waterhouse JM. Anchor sleep as a synchronizer of rhythms on abnormal routines. Int J Chronobiol. 1981;7(3):165-188. Reinganum MI, Thomas J. Shift Work Hazards. [Updated 2023 Jan 27]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2023 Jan-. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK589670/ Summarized by Jorge Chalit, OMSII | Edited by Meg Joyce & Jorge Chalit, OMSII
We're digging into the Misfit Project archives to bringing you this episode from March 1, 2018. On this episode we're talking the science and benefits of Heat exposure especially when paired with excercise.Hope you enjoy, and thanks for listening!Misfits! We hope you enjoyed this episode. If you did and you're feeling generous throw us a review and let us know how we're doing, we'd really appreciate it.If you'd like to join the Misfit family and get fit head to misfitathletics.com and start your free trial today.As always, shout out to our sponsors who make this podcast possibleSharpen The Axe - sharpentheaxeco.comProper Fuel - properfuel.co
The wake up call that Pakistan needs; one of the leading Economists of the world, Atif Mian, comes on The Pakistan Experience to show the Economic Reality of Pakistan. On this deep dive podcast, we discuss how Pakistan's Economy is on the tipping point, the things that need to be done to fix it, understanding the economy as part of the whole system, Foreign Investments, Debt, CPEC and the Social Realities of Pakistan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZrWDUUCzmA Atif Mian is a Pakistani-American economist who serves as the John H. Laporte Jr. Class of 1967 Professor of Economics, Public Policy, and Finance at Princeton University, and as the Director of the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2021, and was elected Fellow of the Econometric Society in 2021. Atif Mian is also the co-author of the critically acclaimed book, "House of Debt" The Pakistan Experience is an independently produced podcast looking to tell stories about Pakistan through conversations. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience To support the channel: Jazzcash/Easypaisa - 0325 -2982912 Patreon.com/thepakistanexperience And Please stay in touch: https://twitter.com/ThePakistanExp1 https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanexperience https://instagram.com/thepakistanexpeperience The podcast is hosted by comedian and writer, Shehzad Ghias Shaikh. Shehzad is a Fulbright scholar with a Masters in Theatre from Brooklyn College. He is also one of the foremost Stand-up comedians in Pakistan and frequently writes for numerous publications. Instagram.com/shehzadghiasshaikh Facebook.com/Shehzadghias/ Twitter.com/shehzad89 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 2:00 Understanding the Economy as part of the whole System 10:00 What is wrong with the System and how to fix it 17:00 Loans, Foreign Investment and Real Estate Projects 28:30 IPPS, CPEC and Repayments 41:30 Building Pakistan to compete Long Term and Exposure to the Global Financial Cycle 52:00 Extreme Inequality, Wealth Distribution and China 1:07:40 Cash Hand Outs
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Normally, Friday is a bonus episode, but you've been waiting on this one! Today is the first part of the recent conversation I had with Jayne Demsky of The School Avoidance Alliance and you don't want to miss this or the second part coming Tuesday 9-19. If you've ever dealt with a stressed out, anxious or depressed teen or tween that just couldn't go to school, we've got some great information for you in these two episodes! The following resources are from Jayne:School Avoidance Master Class for Parents (includes Parent Peer to Peer Support Group)Educator Professional Development course, Everything You Need to know to Get Your Kids Back to SchoolOur private FB group for familiesFor School Avoidance Families; The Ultimate Guide to Working with Your School (Provides guidance on how to work with your school and includes simple explanations of special education and disability laws, 504 plans, Education Plans- IEPs and School Intervention teams)Our website: www.schoolavoidance.org Helpful places to find therapists who are experienced in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, some will be trained in exposure therapy:www.Abct.orgwww.iocdf.org (even though this is the OCD foundation, mental health providers that treat OCD are usually trained in CBT w Exposure. These listings may be mostly partial and inpatient programs)Beck Institute Cares-clinician directory We have a partnership with leading school avoidance clinicians at www.lumatehealth.com They are experienced therapists that do CBT w Exposure via telehealth. Say referred from Jayne from School Avoidance Alliance. Right now, only for the states of NY, CA, FL, and NJ, and coming soon to NC , CT, MD, NC, and PAOther good places to find anxiety clinics who may be experienced in CBT are hospitals and universities in your area.Join our Facebook Group for Free Support for Parents and others who care for Teens (and get immediate access to all the parenting guides above!)
TransUnion recently discovered that the auto industry is exposed to synthetic identity fraud at a clip of nearly $1 million per day. During this episode of the Auto Remarketing Podcast, TransUnion vice president of fraud and identity solutions Jason Lord explained how company experts arrived at that finding and what dealerships and finance companies can do to protect themselves.
In this week's Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research: US E-Commerce Heads to $2.55 Trillion as Amazon Gets Company -- Poonam Goyal lays out how e-commerce could make up 33% of retail sales by 2027 from 25% today. EU Appetite for Regulating Big Tech Shows No Signs of Easing -- Tamlin Bason explains the potential impacts of the continuing regulatory push. AI Chips, Hardware Pivotal vs. Cloud, Cybersecurity, Metaverse -- Breanne Dougherty explains the distinct differences in these groups and their returns. UAW-GM 2019 Strike History Points to 17% Drop in Steel Prices -- Richard Bourke points out which steelmakers are most at risk in a strike. AIG's Exposure to Airplanes Trapped in Russia Likely Manageable -- Matthew Palazola says while insurers face billions in potential losses, AIG doesn't. The Bloomberg Intelligence radio show with Paul Sweeney and Alix Steel podcasts through Apple's iTunes, Spotify and Luminary. It broadcasts on Saturdays and Sundays at noon on Bloomberg's flagship station WBBR (1130 AM) in New York, 106.1 FM/1330 AM in Boston, 99.1 FM in Washington, 960 AM in the San Francisco area, channel 119 on SiriusXM, www.bloombergradio.com, and iPhone and Android mobile apps. Bloomberg Intelligence, the research arm of Bloomberg L.P., has more than 400 professionals who provide in-depth analysis on more than 2,000 companies and 135 industries while considering strategic, equity and credit perspectives. BI also provides interactive data from over 500 independent contributors. It is available exclusively for Bloomberg Terminal subscribers. Run BI .See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Exposure to real estate investing can come in many different ways. It may be your parents becoming accidental landlords when you're a kid. Maybe your partner listens to the BiggerPockets podcast in the car. Whatever it is, it can put you on the path to changing the trajectory of your life with real estate investing. On this episode of Zen and the Art of Real Estate Investing, Jonathan's guest is Grace Gudenkauf--a 25-year-old real estate investor making waves on social media. She shares how she bought her first investment property, the properties she's focused on purchasing today, and how she finances them. Grace also explains what her community, Women Invest in Real Estate (WIIRE), does and her future plans for the community. Finally, Grace reveals some of her best secrets for creating more profit in real estate. Grace Gudenkauf is the co-founder of Good Morning Investments as well as the co-founder of Women Invest in Real Estate (WIIRE). At just 25 years old, she has amassed an impressive property portfolio and wants to teach other female investors how to succeed in real estate investing. Grace has taken the real estate world by storm in just two and a half years, and you won't want to miss what she's learned. In this episode, you will hear: Grace Gudenkauf's initial interest in real estate as a kid and when she decided to jump into real estate investing herself How she started real estate investing with a house hack, which led to investing in other properties Why she buys most of her properties off-market, and where she sources them from Grace's young age, its impact on her property purchases, and what it's like to be a female investor in a male-dominated industry The property types she's currently focused on and why clustering your properties can allow you to create more profit Using a personal touch, such as handwritten letters to connect with property owners The difficulty of switching from a DIY investor mentality to a business owner What the WIIRE community is, why Grace started this project with her friend Amelia McGee, and how it helps its members overcome analysis paralysis The differences between a WIIRE retreat and a conference and why retreats are better for creating relationships and connections Lessons Grace Gudenkauf has learned from building and growing WIIRE and her future property plans How she finances her property purchases and the nuances that come into play What Grace believes is wrong with real estate today and what to look for in meetups Follow and Review: We'd love for you to follow us if you haven't yet. Click that purple '+' in the top right corner of your Apple Podcasts app. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. If you enjoyed this episode, we've created a PDF that has all of the key information for you from the episode. Just go to the episode page at http://www.trustgreene.com/podcast/zen/068 to download it. Supporting Resources: WIIRE's website - www.womeninvestinrealestate.com WIIRE on Facebook - www.facebook.com/groups/wiire Connect with Grace Gudenkauf on Instagram - www.instagram.com/grace.investing Find the WIIRE community on Instagram - www.instagram.com/wiire.community Website - www.streamlined.properties YouTube - www.youtube.com/c/JonathanGreeneRE/videos Instagram - www.instagram.com/trustgreene Instagram - www.instagram.com/streamlinedproperties TikTok - www.tiktok.com/@trustgreene Zillow - www.zillow.com/profile/Streamlined%20Prop%20eXp Bigger Pockets - www.biggerpockets.com/users/TrustGreene Facebook - www.facebook.com/streamlinedproperties Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com Let them know we sent you.
Bizarre Murder and Human Trafficking Investigation. His Street Cop Career. Retired Police Officer, He Fought Crime as a Street Cop. He talks about investigating a bizarre Murder, Human Trafficking and much more from his career. He retired from the Mount Clements and City of Marysville Police Departments, which are suburbs of Detroit Michigan. During his career as a street cop he fought crime at all levels including investigating murders and sex crimes. Jim talks about two cases he worked, one was a bizarre murder case where a son killed his father and the other was a sex crimes case that turned into an in depth human trafficking case. Jim also talks about the long term effects on him from being exposed to repeated trauma and violence. Jim took his experiences and wrote a book called "Echoes in Eternity: Street Cop Stories". Be sure to check out our website. If you enjoy the show, please tell a friend or two, or three about it. If you are able to leave an honest rating and, or, review it would be appreciated. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show email@example.com. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Never miss out on an episode of the Law Enforcement Talk Podcast subscribe to our free email newsletter, never more than 2 issues a week sent out. Click here and scroll down about halfway.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you ever been told to "tone it down" or maybe you were excited to share a new idea you had and someone's response was "that won't work!" These conversation patterns are not encouraging and they certainly won't help us grow. In this episode, we discuss how to be intentional about the people you surround yourself with and what conversations you need to minimize your exposure to!Resource: -Growth Day Daily Fire Message by Brendon Burchard5 Ways to Support the Positive on Purpose Podcast:1. Hit the subscribe button2. Write a Review3. Share a takeaway in your stories4. Tag the @positiveonpurposepodcast in a post5. Share with a friend or family member Connect with us! Follow our podcast Instagram account and tag us! @positiveonpurposepodcast
Exposure therapy is such a valuable component of anxiety recovery, so in episode 93 of the podcast, we'll take a deep dive into all things exposure therapy for anxiety! And you won't want to miss this episode, because I have some helpful wisdom I've never shared before. We'll talk about:What exposure therapy is all aboutThe 2 most important components of anxiety recoveryWhy exposures are only a piece of the recovery puzzleWhether or not you need to do exposures to recoverIf you've been feeling stuck or scared in your exposure therapy journey, this is for you! This episode will leave you feeling much clearer about how exposure can work for you, rather than intimidating you. Make sure you listen to the full episode for all of the goodness! SIGN UP FOR PANIC TO PEACE HERE: https://www.ahealthypush.com/live-panic-to-peaceGET FREE WEEKLY SUPPORT FROM ME: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/624daf138d82793f8155490fA HEALTHY PUSH INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ahealthypush/GET THIS EPISODE'S SHOW NOTES: https://www.ahealthypush.com/post/exposure-therapy-for-anxiety-do-i-have-to-do-exposures-in-order-to-recover
Family distinctions. Family dynamics. Obedience. Exposure. Dependence. Relationships. Responsibilities. Family friendships. (John 15.10-19) Confront your personal ecclesiology. Observe our family dynamic and your relationships. Accept your exposure, dependence and responsibility. Pursue the will of the Father, with Jesus your brother.
Scott McMahon is a board certified physician practicing pediatric medicine. His interest lies in Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) which led him to the opening of his clinic, which treats adults and children suffering from biotoxin exposures. This also led him to work alongside Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, later co-founding CIRSx, a website that is devoted to educating medical providers, environmental professionals, and patients about CIRS.Need help navigating your mold injury without breaking the bank? Join our education group: exposingmold.org/membership Exposing Mold is a nonprofit! Donate here: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTY0OTg0Medical Disclaimer:This podcast is provided for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute providing medical advice or professional services. The information provided should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, and those seeking personal medical advice should consult with a licensed physician. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health provider regarding a medical condition.Support the showFind us on Linktree, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and Youtube
We begin another Martial Arts themed week with three other key colleagues who know how to sum up their hot take-filled love of the various James Bond franchise actors. Why do certain 007 portrayals just not sit well with today's crowds? Which actors are still instantly associated with being a Bond movie antagonist? And which ones don't get enough credit for what they brought to the Ian Fleming adopted saga? Listen in, homies! MAIN LINKS: LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/JURSPodcast Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JackedUpReviewShow/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2452329545040913 Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackedUpReview Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacked_up_podcast/ SHOW LINKS: YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCIyMawFPgvOpOUhKcQo4eQQ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-jacked-up-review-show-59422651/ Podbean: https://jackedupreviewshow.podbean.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7Eg8w0DNympD6SQXSj1X3M Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast/id1494236218 RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/the-jacked-up-review-show-We4VjE Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1494236218/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNDYyOTdjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Anchor: https://anchor.fm/s/a46297c/podcast/rss PocketCasts: https://pca.st/0ncd5qp4 CastBox: https://castbox.fm/channel/The-Jacked-Up-Review-Show-Podcast-id2591222
This is the key conclusion to The Mystery Revealed: The Gospel as Exposure of the Lie of Evil as focus turns to individual participation in creation. As David Bentley Hart points out in All Shall Be Saved, humanity is in bondage, but then as he recognizes in You Are Gods, this bondage does not preclude human participation in self-creation. In this discussion Tim, Jonathan, Matt, Jim, Brent, Matthew, Austin, and Paul discuss the implication of these poles of reality in the encounter with and defeat of evil. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.
Nick and Fei discuss the importance of PrEP. Who should be screened for HIV exposure? How do we prescribe PrEP? And what's the evidence behind its efficacy? Listen to find out! Also, a very exciting announcement: CREOGs Over Coffee will be going on hiatus for the months of October and November as Nick and Fei go on parental leave for their respective babies! Don't worry, we'll be back soon enough before CREOG season to get you ready for it! Check out the website for the Rosh Review question of the week. Twitter: @creogsovercoff1 Instagram: @creogsovercoffee Facebook: www.facebook.com/creogsovercoffee Website: www.creogsovercoffee.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/creogsovercoffee You can find the OBG Project at: www.obgproject.com
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In Berkeley Talks episode 179, Jamaican poet Ishion Hutchinson reads several poems, including "The Mud Sermon," "The Bicycle Eclogue" and "After the Hurricane." His April reading was part of the UC Berkeley Library's monthly event Lunch Poems."I take this voyage into poetry very seriously," begins Hutchinson, "and take none of it for granted, because of the weight of history, both growing up in Jamaica and knowing the violent history that comes with that. But also the violence, too, of canon, and seeing that my work as a poet, in part, is to figure out what sort of emancipatory forces I should summon. Luckily, I stand in great shoulders within the Caribbean tradition of many poets and writers that I admire, and envy, and wish they hadn't been born. Don't tell them that. This isn't recorded, of course."Here's “A Mud Sermon,” one of the poems Hutchinson read during the event:They shovelled the long trenches day and night.Frostbitten mud. Shellshock mud. Dungheap mud. Imperial mud.Venereal mud. Malaria mud. Hun bait mud. Mating mud.1655 mud: white flashes of sharks. Golgotha mud. Chilblain mud.Caliban mud. Cannibal mud. Ha ha ha mud. Amnesia mud.Drapetomania mud. Lice mud. Pyrexia mud. Exposure mud. Aphasia mud.No-man's-land's-Everyman's mud. And the smoking flax mud.Dysentery mud. Septic sore mud. Hog pen mud. Nephritis mud.Constipated mud. Faith mud. Sandfly fever mud. Rat mud.Sheol mud. Ir-ha-cheres mud. Ague mud. Asquith mud. Parade mud.Scabies mud. Mumps mud. Memra mud. Pneumonia mud.Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin mud. Civil war mud.And darkness and worms will be their dwelling-place mud.Yaws mud. Gog mud. Magog mud. God mud.Canaan the unseen, as promised, saw mud.They resurrected new counter-kingdoms,by the arbitrament of the sword mud.Ishion Hutchinson was born in Port Antonio, Jamaica. He is the author of two poetry collections: Far District and House of Lords and Commons. He is the recipient of the National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Joseph Brodsky Rome Prize, the Whiting Writers Award, the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award, the Windham-Campbell Prize for Poetry and the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Literature, among others. He is a contributing editor to the literary journals The Common and Tongue: A Journal of Writing & Art, and teaches in the graduate writing program at Cornell University.Lunch Poems is an ongoing poetry reading series at Berkeley that began in 2014. All readings happen from 12:10 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month. A new season of Lunch Poems will begin on Oct. 5 with Inuit poet dg nanouk okpik in the Morrison Library.Find upcoming talks on the Lunch Poems website and watch videos of past readings on the Lunch Poems YouTube channel. Listen to the episode and read the transcript on Berkeley News (news.berkeley.edu).Photo by Neil-Anthony Watson.Music by Blue Dot Sessions. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Nicolle Wallace discusses bombshells from the newly released complete grand jury report out of Fulton County, Rep. Nancy Pelosi's announcement that she will run for reelection in 2024, a new lawsuit from Colorado voters challenging the ex-president's eligibility to hold office again, the right's attacks on voting rights, pushback on Senator Tommy Tuberville's military confirmation blockade from colleagues and officials, Elon Musk's unexpected interference in the war in Ukraine, and more. Joined by: Tim Heaphy, Andrew Weissmann, Charlie Sykes, Nancy Pelosi, Jena Griswold, Ben Rhodes, Isaiah Martin, and Paul Rieckhoff.
With the holidays right around the corner, it's vital to understand how to help more of your dream clients find you. Here's 7 different ways to increase your visibility and attract a bigger audience. So if you want to magnetize more people to your brand, make sure that you don't miss today's episode! We dive into getting your business more visible and becoming even more profitable. These are the tip of the iceberg of juicy tips that we touch on. Start implementing them as soon as possible! We discussed: How to Be Savvy With Your Social Media Learn how to get even more of your content in front of people and create a stronger community of dream followers. How to Create Wildly Effective Brand to Brand Collaborations Understand the different powerful partnerships you can form that will keep giving. How to Get Media and Publicity Get your brand more visibility and validity in the eyes of your perfect customers. Four More Specific Strategies Get in front of more people and gain traction - right now. Want all the juicy deets? Tune into Thrive by Design podcast episode 430 now! Here are the resources mentioned in the show: Double Your Audience Bootcamp Are you enjoying the podcast? We'd be so grateful if you gave us a rating and review! Your 5 star ratings help us reach more businesses like yours and allows us to continue to deliver valuable content every single week. Click here to review the show on Apple podcast or your favorite platform Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” Share your favorite insights and inspirations If you haven't done so yet, make sure that you subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts and on Apple Podcast for special bonus content you won't get elsewhere. xo, Tracy Matthews Follow on Instagram: Follow @Flourish_Thrive on Instagram Follow @TracyMatthewsNY Instagram Follow Flourish & Thrive Facebook Follow us on Tik Tok: Follow @Flourish_Thrive Tik Tok Follow @TracyMatthewsNY on Tik Tok
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Key Drivers of Business Value Part 3 of 10 | Reduce Legal ExposureIn the fifth installment of their enlightening 10-part series, Dave "The Godfather" Lorenzo and attorney Nicola "Nicki G" Gelormino dive deep into the inherent risks present in every business venture and lay out essential strategies to mitigate them.Reduce Legal Exposure: Dave and Nicola kick off the discussion by emphasizing the significance of minimizing legal vulnerabilities in business. They offer insights into how proper legal foresight can prevent potential pitfalls and safeguard a company's assets.Get the Basics Right: The importance of foundational business aspects is brought to the forefront. From contractual agreements to employee relations, Dave and Nicola shed light on the core areas where many businesses falter and how to ensure they are properly addressed.Identify High Risk Areas: Nicola leverages her legal expertise to guide viewers through potential high-risk zones in various industries. With Dave adding his strategic perspective, they provide a roadmap to help entrepreneurs recognize and avoid these common hazards.Business Insurance: The duo wraps up the episode by exploring the vital role of business insurance. They stress its importance as a safety net for unforeseen events and delve into the types of coverage that can prove invaluable for business longevity and value preservation.This episode promises to be a treasure trove of advice for entrepreneurs looking to strengthen their business foundations and enhance their enterprise value. Don't miss out on these game-changing insights from the Godfather and Nicki G!Chapters:00:00 Reduce Legal Exposure00:56 Get the Basics Right11:07 Identify High Risk Areas20:49 Business Insurance
In this episode, we're thrilled to have Eric Stolz, founder of SellHouse Media, join us as we delve into the captivating world of real estate photography and marketing. Eric brings a wealth of expertise and insights to the table, making this a must-listen for anyone interested in the industry.We kick things off by exploring the essential role that photography plays in marketing homes effectively. Eric shares his secrets on how to capture a property's unique charm and character through the lens, making it irresistibly appealing to potential buyers.But we don't stop at just photography. Eric generously shares his comprehensive knowledge of real estate marketing strategies that can make or break a sale. From online listings to social media campaigns, we cover it all, unraveling the mystery behind successful real estate marketing.Join us for an engaging conversation that combines the art of photography with the science of selling homes. Whether you're a seasoned real estate professional or a homeowner looking to maximize your property's marketability, this episode promises valuable insights and inspiration. Tune in and learn how to make your real estate endeavors picture-perfect!Find Eric on InstagramThanks for listening! Please follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Email us with any question or comments.
Host: Sanj Kakar, M.D. @sanjkakar Guest: Neha P. Raukar, M.D., M.S We've all been experiencing the intense heat and humidity, and did you know that this past July was one of the hottest months on record. Exposure to heat poses a major threat to high-risk populations by substantially contributing to increased morbidity and mortality. Our podcast today is tackling the most common heat-related conditions with Neha P. Raukar, M.D., M.S., Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine. Connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
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Am I doing ERP correctly? This is a common roadblock I see every week in my private practice. I think it is a common struggle for people with anxiety and OCD. Today, we will talk about the three common OCD traps people fall into and how you can actually outsmart your OCD and overcome it. https://youtu.be/Ngb_lQK5Fnk?si=9FU42GZZZDJ58f-W Now, when we're talking about Expsoure & response prevention ERP, we must go over the basics of ERP therapy, so let's talk about what that means before we talk about the specific traps that we can fall into. ERP is exposure and response prevention. It's a specific type of cognitive behavioral therapy and is the gold standard treatment for OCD to date. And it's a detailed process, right? It's something that we [00:01:00] have to go through slowly. It's a detailed process where we first identify OCD obsessions and OCD intrusive thoughts. So, you'll identify precisely the repetitive, intrusive, and distressing things for you. Once we have a good inventory of your OCD obsessions, we then identify what specific OCD compulsions you are doing now. A compulsion is a behavior that you do to reduce or remove your anxiety, uncertainty, or doubt, or any kind of discomfort that you may be experiencing. And once we do that, then we can move towards exposing you to your fears. Exposure therapy for OCD involves exposing yourself to those specific obsessions. And then engaging in [00:02:00] response prevention, which is the reduction of using those compulsive safety behaviors. Now, common OCD response prevention will involve reducing physical behaviors, reducing avoidant behaviors, or reducing thought suppression. It's reducing reassurance, seeking, reducing mental compulsions, and in reducing any kind of self-punishment that you're engaging in to beat yourself up for the obsessions that you're having. Then we get you engaged back into doing the things you love to do; getting you back to engaging in your daily life, your daily functioning, the things that you find pleasurable, and your hobbies as soon as possible. That's the whole goal of ERP. Right? The important thing to remember here is that ERP therapy for OCD is greatly improved by adding in [00:03:00] other treatment modalities, such as acceptance and commitment therapy or mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, DBT, and medication. I should have mentioned medication first because most of the science shows that that's one of the most helpful to really augment ERP therapy for OCD. If you want to go deeper into that, I strongly encourage you to check out Exposure and Response Prevention School. I'll show you how to do all of those steps in ERP school, our online course for OCD. You must know how to do those steps and that you're doing them in a way that's careful and planned so that we're not overwhelming you and throwing you in a direction that you're not quite prepared for; you don't have the tools for yet. And so today, I wanted to discuss three questions that come directly from people who've taken ERP school [00:04:00], and they're really trying to troubleshoot these three common OCD traps that OCD gets them stuck into. So, let's get to the good stuff now. OCD TRAP #1: IF I DON'T ENGAGE WITH AN OBSESSION, AM I THOUGHT SUPPRESSING? What if I don't engage with an obsession? Am I thought suppressing? One of our listeners said, “I know what you resist persists. We talk about that in ERP school, but I also know that obsessive thinking and worrying can become compulsive. Is it possible I could be caught in both situations, and how common is this?” So I want to really be clear here in what we're saying when we say to practice ERP. So when you have an obsession or the onset of an intrusive thought or intrusive feeling, sensation, urge, it could also be an image. When you have that,[00:05:00] you're old way of dealing may have been to try and push that thought away with some urgency and aggression. We call that thought suppression and that's an avoidant compulsion, so yes. This student of mine is correct. That becomes compulsive, right? But we also know if we go into the obsession, try and figure the obsession out, give it too much of our attention. We're also engaging too much with it in terms of using mental compulsions. That too is a compulsion. So we want to see that these two things can happen. But when we have the thought, and we observe that it's there the obsession, we've noticed it's there. Right? We talked about this in previous episodes of your Anxiety Toolkit podcast. When you identify it's there and then you say, I am gonna let it be there and still move on. To what you love to do, [00:06:00] what you value that is not resisting it, that is engaging back into what you find important and effective, and valuable for your life. It's not avoidance, it's not thought suppression. Now, if you do that in a way where you're like, oh, I don't want that thought. I want to engage in what I'm doing. Now you're crossing into that reaction being with . Urgency and resistance, and anytime we're doing anything in a sense of urgency and resistance, well, yes, it may be becoming a compulsion, right? And what we're talking about here, the way to manage this trap, right, is to find middle ground, and it often involves slowing. Down being a little more thoughtful in how you respond, and that's often using mindfulness. We talk a lot about mindfulness here in your, your anxiety toolkit [00:07:00] in observing, okay, this is happening. I. I'm going to respond in a way without urgency, and I'm going to come back to what I'm practicing. That isn't thought suppression. It's also not avoidance. It's also not doing a mental compulsion or ruminating. It's what we call occupation. You're engaging back into what you need to be doing. Right, which brings me right to trap number two, which is did I expose myself to the thought enough? OCD TRAP #2: DID I EXPOSE MYSELF ENOUGH TO THE FEAR? The fear, “Did I expose myself enough to my fear?” and, “if I dont engage with an obsession, am I thought suppressing? These are two very close obsessions. But, there's a nuance difference that I want to ensure we address here. So the student says, right now when anxiety sets in, I divert my attention to something else to focus on my values. Beautiful. Right? Then usually anxiety will wear off pretty quickly and I choose to move on. The problem is what happens next? So, so far this is beautiful. [00:08:00] Just like what we said they go on to say, my mind immediately points out the fact that I didn't quote, unquote, savor the anxiety or look it in the eye, right? And that they're doing that to prove they're not scared of it. Or that they can they can tolerate it, right? And so they go on to say, “OCD accuses that my diversion wasn't in fact occupation or being functional and effective, that it was avoidance and, and that I'm avoiding to deal the anxiety feeling that I have. And they then go on to say, this makes me more scared of the intrusive thoughts in the long run.” So, if we were to break this down, this person had a thought, they responded really effectively. But then, this is the trap. OCD will usually tell you there's a way you're doing this wrong or there's a way that there's an additional thing you haven't addressed yet. It usually [00:09:00] is like you who I have more to say, have you thought about this? Like it's saying, you know, there's other things you should be worried about. And in this case, they have dealt with it really beautifully. But then OCDs come in and said, no, you didn't look at it long enough. You didn't face it enough. If you don't face it enough, well then you're gonna keep having this anxious feeling in the long run. And really in that situation, all we need to do, I. Is practice exactly the same tools we use with the first obsession, which is to go maybe, maybe not, but I'm not tending to you. I'm not trying to make this perfect. I'm going to move forward with what I am going to do and allow the uncertainty that I may or may not have anxiety about this in the future, or I may or may not have looked my fear in the face enough, right? Remember here that O C D. Is always going to try and bring you back into doing [00:10:00] a compulsion to try and get that uncertainty. And your job is to catch the many ways OCD consistently pulls you out of using effective behaviors and tries to get you to use compulsions. If you can find those trends, you can identify them as, okay, we know what to do when they come. When it tells me I'm not doing it enough, or I'm not looking at my fear enough, or I'm avoiding it, or whatever, you can go, I'm not tending to that. I'm moving back to my values. Right. Which beautifully now brings us onto the final trap, trap number three, which is, how do I know I'm doing ERP correctly? OCD TRAP #3: HOW DO I KNOW IF I AM DOING ERP CORRECTLY? People often ask, “How do I know if I am doing ERP correctly?” This is a very common one. In fact, I have consulted with dozens of different OCD therapists, including the ones in my private practice. For those of you [00:11:00] who don't know, I have a private practice in Calabasas. We have eight incredible licensed OCD therapists. We are constantly consulting on this kind of question or these traps in particular, and it's often around, how do I know I'm doing this right? And it makes sense, right? If you're doing ERP therapy, you want to get better, you're here to get the job done, and you want your life back. You're not putting in all this time and paying all this money and investing your valuable resources, um, to just . Have a good time and waste it, right? You're here to get better. And so it makes sense that you're going to have some anxiety about how well you're doing it, and you're obviously wanting to do it well, like you're someone who is thorough and is invested, so it makes sense that you're going to have this fear. But this is the thing to remember. This is another trap of OCD to try and get you to go back to rumination, right? To try and figure something out. [00:12:00] Here is the facts. No one does ERP correctly. You are going to do ERP, and you are going to fall and you're going to try again, and you're going to fail again, and you're going to try again, and you may fail again. That is a normal progression of ERP. I tell my patients all the time, you're not backsliding. Nothing is particularly wrong right now. This is just the normal progression that we get better over time. Just like when we're learning to walk. You stand up, you fall down. It's not like you say, I'm not able to walk, I'll never be able to do it. You get back up, you walk three steps, you fall down, then you get back up, you walk five steps, you fall down. That's normal, right? We are not going to say to a young baby like, oh, you're not walking correctly. You know, this is bad. You're never gonna be able to walk because you're not walking correctly. No, we're going to say to them, keep going, keep trying. Just keep trying. And with time, those muscles will strengthen. And you'll be able to stand up and do this work a little longer each time, but do not fall into the trap [00:13:00] of O C D telling you it has to be done perfectly and you have to do mindfulness correctly, and you have to do response prevention correctly, and you can't do any thought suppression or you'll never get better. That is another trap, and your job is to say, good one, OCD. Thank you for your input, but I'm still over here with the focus of not trying to engage in rumination and trying to get certainty, but to, to move towards my values, to allow fear to be there imperfectly, right imperfectly, knowing that it won't be perfect every time. You may engage in some compulsions. I'm going to keep saying that that is not particularly a problem. Right. Especially if as you're doing it, you're using your tools and you're doing the best you can, try to just focus on doing one minute at a time and doing it as you can. And we're not here to do it perfectly. Right? And at the end of the day, if you're someone who struggles [00:14:00] with this thought, like, am I doing it correctly or am I doing it perfectly? You can just say, “Maybe I am. Maybe I'm not. I'm also not getting caught in that trap.” So I hope that that has been helpful to really get to know these traps. And for you, it mightn't be specifically these three common traps. It may be something a little different. That's okay. Your job is to catch these trends, the things that keep pulling you back into rumination, pulling you back into avoidance, pulling you back into reassurance-seeking, and identify them. Come up with another plan. Again, if you need more help with this, you can use E R P school. It's an online course. It's on demand. You can listen to it and watch it as many times as you want in your PJs. It's there for you to troubleshoot these issues. We have a whole bunch of modules talking about how to troubleshoot these issues, but I wanted to do this publicly because I knew A lot [00:15:00] of you who don't have access to care are probably struggling with the same thing. So that's it for me today. Thank you so much for being here. I love talking with you about the nitty gritty of how this can, you know the real hard stuff and I hope it's been helpful for you. Please do remember, and I say this at the end of every podcast episode, you know I'm gonna say it. It is a beautiful day to do hard things. Do not let society tell you that you're weak or that you're not supposed to. And it should be easy because that's not real life. I know it's hard to accept that, but we can shift this narrative to a narrative where we can do hard things. We can see ourselves as strong. We can see ourselves as courageous, and we will do the hard thing because in the long run, we build resilience and freedom that way. Have a wonderful day, everybody, and I can't wait to see you next week.[00:16:00]
Here are a few of the dangers:Exposure to dangerous magnetic fields of mobile communication and infrastructureCurrent standards recommended by FCC are no longer followedMounting evidence of non-thermal effects to human population from cell phonesMobile phone radiation RFR constitutes a possible human carcinogen5G cellular base stations can be placed as close as 3 meters from the ground in proximity to home, schools and offices and they need ONE MILLION new antennas will be required to allow the 5G network to functionThere is clear evidence that mobile phone radiation caused cancer in male rats along with cardiac and other damage. Numerous studies show adverse biochemical changes where free radicals, increase in cancer and behavioral issues result from cell phone usageNo one is funding this research and the US government programs on this subject were defunded by Congress Action stepsDo not carry an active phone in your pocket or anywhere near your bodyTurn your phone to airplane modeSwap out airpods for wired headphones to protect your brain from EMF exposureBlock blue lightCreate a “no phone zone” every night - put your phone in another roomTurn off WIFI at night to reduce EMF exposurePurchase R2L Radiation-to-LightSupplementsMagnesium - Magnesium is essential to ensuring the normal function of neurons and helps regulate neurotransmitters, which are the chemical messengers that help the cells of the brain communicate with each other, and with the rest of the body. Glutamate plays a major role in learning and memory. Any imbalance can disrupt nerve cell communication.Low levels of magnesium can lead to excess glutamate in the brain. When this happens, nerve cells can become overexcited, leading to nerve cell damage and/or death, a condition known as glutamate excitotoxicity that has been implicated in many neurodegenerative conditions, such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, epilepsy, migraines, depression and chronic pain.Omega 3 to 6 ratio - DHA plays a significant role in mental health throughout early childhood and even into adulthood. In the brain, DHA is important for cellular membrane fluidity, function and neurotransmitter release. Evidence indicates that a low intake of omega-3s increases the risk for numerous mental health issues, including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), autism, bipolar disorder, depression and suicidal ideation. Glutathione -Glutathione (GSH) is the most abundant non-protein thiol, and plays crucial roles in the antioxidant defense system and the maintenance of redox homeostasis in neurons. GSH depletion in the brain is a common finding in patients with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease, and can cause neurodegeneration prior to disease onset. Follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/stanceforhealthFollow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/stancechiropracticOur website is: https://www.stancechiropractic.com/podcastPlease rate us and write a review!
According to recent data, roughly ten percent of pregnant women take an antidepressant. Numerous research studies have shown that antidepressants cross the placenta. What effect does this chemical exposure have on the developing fetus?Dr. Adam Urato is a Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) physician in Framingham, Massachusetts. He is an expert witness in antidepressant litigation and writes and lectures regularly on antidepressant use during pregnancy. Dr. Urato attended Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, and completed his OB/GYN residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital. He completed his Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship at Tufts Medical Center. Dr. Urato has an active clinical practice taking care of high-risk pregnancies and delivering babies.Adam Urato, MD (@AdamUrato1) / XDr. Urato Free Online Course: Antidepressants & PregnancyThis discussion is about warning and the public's need to be aware of what the science is showing about the use of antidepressants in pregnancy.If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / X (Twitter)Substack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically Genuine—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES9:00 - Maternal serotonin is crucial for murine embryonic development | PNAS10:30 - New Insights into How Serotonin Selective Reuptake Inhibitors Shape the Developing Brain - PMC12:00 - Antidepressant Prescription Claims Among Reproductive-Aged Women With Private Employer-Sponsored Insurance — United States 2008–2013 | MMWR13:00 - Rate of Chiari I Malformation in Children of Mothers with Depression with and without Prenatal SSRI Exposure13:30 - Prenatal exposure to antidepressants and persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn: systematic review and meta-analysis | The BMJ14:30 - Modulation of serotonin transporter function during fetal development causes dilated heart cardiomyopathy and lifelong behavioral abnormalities15:30 - Exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors during pregnancy and risk of autism spectrum disorder in children: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies16:30 - April 17, 2023 Tweet: Dr. Urato MRI's studies of SSRI exposed prenatal babies developing brains17:30 - Neonatal withdrawal syndrome following in utero exposure to antidepressants: a disproportionality analysis of VigiBase, the WHO spontaneous reporting database30:00 - Comparison of the effect of sertraline with behavioral therapy on semen parameters in men with primary premature ejaculation40:00 - How to survive the medical misinformation mess - Ioannidis - 2017 - European Journal of Clinical Investigation - Wiley Online Library42:30 - Multigenerational adversity impacts on human gut microbiome composition and socioemotional functioning in early childhood | PNAS44:00 - Prenatal Antidepressant Exposures and Gastrointestinal Complaints in Childhood: A Gut-Brain Axis Connection? - PMC47:00 - Stanford Research into the Impact of Tobacco Advertising: T-Zone48:30 - The DES story: long-term consequences of prenatal exposure