Podcasts about Fungus

Kingdom of eukaryotes that includes mushrooms, yeasts, molds and related organisms

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Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast
Ep 144: Medicinal Mushrooms For Mind, Immunity and Sleep [Part 1]

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 81:43


Episode 144 - Health Heroes! After losing her child at birth, a friend of mine Ashley James was having a difficult time sleeping through the night. In fact she was waking up five times on average every night. I didn't know this was happening at the time and we had just launched “Multi Shroom” which simplified my life so I didn't have to mix 6 different mushrooms from six different companies together and make a drink or shake out of it. I gave some of this to Ashley to try to build her immune system which is why I created it. It was created for building immunity with these powerful mushrooms. I had studied the mushrooms in the formula and I knew reishi mushrooms were good for sleep but I didn't really think much of it until Ashely told me what had happened for her and her husband's sleep and how dramatically it had improved. Because of their mind blowing results she had me come back on her show and do a deep dive on the Multishroom product. The interview went over two hours and we covered each mushroom in detail so that you would have the education on “why” mushrooms are a great addition to your daily healthy lifestyle. Thank you for listening and please subscribe and share this podcast if you like the content and think it could benefit someone you know. Love & Light -Coach Tim.    Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Detox & Nutrition Supplements: https://www.chemicalfreebody.com/  Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: Tim's personal unit - Save $100 CLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE Consult CLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit : Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Art of Being Well
Tina Chen Craig: Ancient Asian Rituals For Modern Beauty (Immortal Jellyfish, Black Fungus + More!)

The Art of Being Well

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 57:56


In this episode Dr. Will Cole is  joined by U Beauty founder Tina Chen Craig who lets us in on all her beauty secrets. Taking principles from her Asian culture, she educates us on how to harness these practices to achieve a healthier skin microbiome and a glowing complexion. From bone broth, selective cleansing, to immortal jellyfish treatments, this episode will challenge (for the better!) everything you thought you knew about skincare and beauty. For all links mentioned in episode: www.drwillcole.com/podcast   Sponsors: Athleticgreens.com/willcole for a free one year supply of vitamin D and to give AG1 a try Insidetracker.com/artofbeingwell for $200 off or 34% off the rest of the store Btrnation.com code WILLCOLE for 20% off + free shipping Higherdose.com code COLE15 for 15% off site-wide   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.

Digest This
30: What Foods Are Good For What Body Part? & How To Grow Your Own Food with my husband, Rory Cameron

Digest This

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 42:29


My Husband, Rory Cameron, joins me today as we talk about growing your own food in small spaces, as well as tending to plants, planting from scratch, what soils to use, and everything you need to know on how to produce your own food in your backyard! Plus we discuss what foods are good for what body part!  Topics Covered: Glyphosate  Roundup Ready  GMO Topsy turvy tomato's  How to grow food at home  Edible landscapes  Plants that grow in the shade  Tips for growing herbs at home  Root vegetables at home  Indoor vs outdoor growing  Importance of soil  Fungus and pests  Is organic sprayed with chemicals? Diatomaceous earth Natural pesticides and herbicides Pruning  When to pick  Sponsored By: Truly Free Home Get 300 Free Laundry loads with no subscription  https://click.trulyfreehome.com/SHS6 Ned Get 15% off Ned products by using code: DIGEST www.helloned.com/DIGEST     Check Out Bethany: Bethany's Instagram: @lilsipper Bethany's Website My Digestive Support Protein Powder Gut Reset Book  As always, if you have any questions for the show please email us at digestthispod@gmail.com.  And if you like this show, please share it, rate it, review it and subscribe to it on your favorite podcast app. 

Science Magazine Podcast
Mammoth ivory trade may be bad for elephants, and making green electronics with fungus

Science Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 24:32


On this week's show: The potentially harmful effects of prehistoric ivory on present-day elephants, and replacing polymers in electronics with fungal tissue First up this week on the podcast, we hear about the effect of mammoth and mastodon ivory on the illegal elephant ivory trade. Online News Editor Michael Price joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss how as melting permafrost has uncovered fossilized ivory from these extinct creatures, more has entered the ivory trade. The question is: Does the availability of this type of ivory reduce the demand for ivory from elephants, or does it endanger them more? Next, making electronics greener with fungus with Doris Danninger, a Ph.D. student in the Soft Matter Physics Division at the Institute of Experimental Physics at Johannes Kepler University, Linz. Doris and Sarah discuss the feasibility of replacing the bulky backing of chips and the casing of batteries with sheets of fungal tissue to make flexible, renewable, biodegradable electronics. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: RudiHulshof/iStock; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: photo of an elephant tusk with point facing the camera with podcast overlay symbol] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Michael Price Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.adf8340 About the Science Podcast: https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

Bomani Jones weighs in on why Vikings fans don't get the respect they crave (9:24), why the Kyrie situation has gone too far (17:18), and gives an "I told you so," about funny money (39:56). Plus, an IYHH including the geopolitics involved in the micro chip crisis, and your voicemails (47:23) on "that time the game was cheatin'." IYHH Stories @ChloeTaylor141 on how the world is losing the battle against climate change https://bit.ly/3XdYgFp @trippmickle explains the issues that are hampering Apple's ability to make new iPhones in China https://nyti.ms/3UTsb3n Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Intelligent Medicine
Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Fungus and Cancer

Intelligent Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 25:40


From the Woods Kentucky
From the Woods Today - Leeches and Other Lore

From the Woods Kentucky

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 54:14


This episode of From the Woods Today is a Halloween Special. Join us as we tell the tales about creepy things in the forest including leeches, burying beetles, vampire bats, zombie fungus, and more! 10.26.22. Watch Video From the Woods Today

Be Great With Nate
How To Get Rid of Candida? 4 steps to overcome Candida ( Fungal infections)

Be Great With Nate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 24:34


How To Get Rid of Candida? Today's question is" Hi Nate, found you on TikTok and now watch your YouTube videos. How do you say to get rid of Candida - do you suggest any workout routine and foods ?" Let's start off by covering what Candida or Candidiasis is. It's a fungal infection caused by a yeast (a type of fungus) called Candida. Some species of Candida can cause infection in people; the most common is Candida albicans. Candida normally lives on the skin and inside the body, such as the mouth, throat, gut, and vagina, without causing problems. So what are the Main steps you can take to overcome Candida? Dysbiosis: Make sure you include beneficial bacteria back into your system and starve out the bad ones. Look for food intolerances: Fungus eats whatever you can't digest and assimilate. Optimize detoxification systems: If one or more of your detoxification systems are having issues, your immune system will have to overwork, which usually allows invaders like fungi to overgrow. Exercise: Start walking daily; make this a habit first, then increase your exercise intensity. References for today's episode: https://www.amymyersmd.com/article/signs-candida-overgrowth/ The Fungus Link by Doug Kaufmann Kenny Honnas Overcoming IBD with Raw Milk Raw Milk Information Paul Chek and Nate Ortiz Deep Fungal Infections Podcast Details:

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
Bolo Ties, A Fungus Among Us, Happy Halloween!

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 86:22 Very Popular


Niccole Thurman is here in person for the first time and she's fresh from the wedding of the century! Jordan Morris is also here and he's fresh from Van Nuys where he was shopping for bolo ties. Did he purchase the most amazing but also expensive one you need to hear about to believe? Also wasn't there a Vanna White video? Am I losing my mind. Plus a swimming acquired fungus, Jordan's passion for texture, some heated words about salt water taffy, my innocent transformation into a grandmother except I refused to let it happen, old people candy, The Super Bowl Shuffle, Halloween and so much more. Products I Use/Recommend/Love: http://amazon.com/shop/alisonrosen Check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/alisonrosen   This episode is brought to you by: BETTER HELP: http://BetterHelp.com/BESTFRIEND (use code BESTFRIEND for 10% off) Buy Alison's Book: Tropical Attire Encouraged (and Other Phrases That Scare Me)  https://amzn.to/2JuOqcd You probably need to buy the HGFY ringtone! https://www.alisonrosen.com/store/ Try Amazon Prime Free 30 Day Trial

Ground Zero Media
Show podcast for 10/26/22: THE BLOB – THE REAL FUNGUS AMONG US W/ DR. JASON WEST

Ground Zero Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 9:15


Some scientists claim that if a meteorite fragment entered the earth's atmosphere with an explosive impact on the surface, possible pathogen contamination could spread “hundreds of trillions of infective viral particles." Curiously, this may have occurred in China about 2 months before the world knew of COVID-19. Perhaps it's a kind of Andromeda Strain evolution process whereby an alien organism is proliferating within the human host. We are now seeing a significant increase in fungal infections throughout the Earth's inhabitance. Can any of these so-called physical breakdowns be attributed to space microbes or space jelly? Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with Dr. Jason West about THE BLOB - THE REAL FUNGUS AMONG US. #GroundZero #ClydeLewis #TheBlob #FungusAmongUs https://groundzeromedia.org/10-26-22-the-blob-the-real.../ Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis is live M-F from 7-10pm, pacific time, and streamed for free at groundzero.radio. There is a delayed broadcast on our local Portland affiliate station, KPAM 860, from 9pm-12am, pacific time. For radio affiliates near you, go to talkstreamlive.com. To listen by phone: 717-734-6922. To call into the show: 503-225-0860. The transcript of each episode will be posted after the show at groundzeromedia.org. In order to access Ground Zero's exclusive digital library which includes archived shows, research groups, videos, documents, and more, you must sign up at aftermath.media. Subscriptions start at $7/month. Check out the yearly specials!

The Fantastic History Of Food
44 - Were The Salem Witch Trials Caused By Infected Food?

The Fantastic History Of Food

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 18:59


If ever you've doubted food's integral place in history, today's stories are sure to remind us all, that no matter what life and history in general, wouldn't and in fact, couldn't be the same without the daily rituals that food brings.-------------------Thank you to Athletic Greens for being a sponsor for this episode.To make it easy, Athletic Greens will give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit www.athleticgreens.com/EMERGING to take ownership of your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance! -------------------Thank you also to Chemists In The Kitchen by LabX and the National Academy of Sciences.In each episode, real scientists walk you through things like making your own pickles, the chemistry behind ceviche, the formula for perfect homemade pretzels, and much, much more! Watch their YouTube Channel Here: https://bit.ly/3CVKz5E-------------------Please support me on Patreon for just $2 a month : https://www.patreon.com/foodhistorypod

Finding Genius Podcast
Is That a Tree Inside a Plant Cell? It's a Fungus! – Getting to the Root of Plant-Fungi Interactions with Katie Field

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 35:22


About 90% of plants have partners that enrich their life – fungal partners, specifically, and nutritional enrichment that the plants use for growth, reproduction, and photosynthesis. How do these relationships form and develop, and what do they look like? Tune in to explore: How long fungal spores can survive in soil, waiting to germinate in the presence of the right plant How plants sense that a particular fungus will have a beneficial effect on them Whether fungi have microbiomes and associations with bacteria and viruses How fungi transfer nutrients from the soil to the plants they're associated with Katie Field is a professor in plant-fungi interactions at the University of Sheffield in the UK. She discusses all this and more in today's episode -- press play for the full conversation. Visit https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/biosciences/people/academic-staff/katie-j-field to learn more about Field's research. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

The Fake Ass Book Club
Episode 75: A Review: "Mexican Gothic" by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

The Fake Ass Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 61:59


Welcome back! This week the ladies reviewed "Mexican Gothic" by Silvia Moreno- Garcia. (Warning, this episode contains spoilers for the book.) In this book, a family of in-bread colonizers living in a mold laced haunted mushroom house in the Mexico City country side, try to hold main character Noemi, and her cousin, Catalina hostage in this creepy hellscape. The Doyle family, originally from England, planned to use the women's wombs as incubators. The goal?... An effort to diversify their incestuous gene pool, while simultaneously preserving the twisted patriarch's tainted bloodline in an effort to obtain immortality! Gross and weird! It's giving serious Lord Voldermort vibes!!! Of course Kat finds a way to slide in a Star Trek reference, and they also have a fundamental disagreement on what they would have done at the end of the book. Tune in to find out what had the ladies divided! *Dedication: To the listeners: * To our listeners always, to indigenous people all over the world and the Latinx community and finally Kat's late father, that dude Buster. Warning SPOILERS!!! Adult Content & Language, please be advised this show is for adults 18 and up and the open minded. -About the Book :https://silviamoreno-garcia.com/writing/mexican-gothic/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_Gothic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGJulREPGF8 -About the Author: Silvia Moreno- Garcia https://silviamoreno-garcia.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silvia_Moreno-Garcia Book Rating: Moni and Kat rated the book 5 of 5 golden mushrooms and 5 red lip prints **Show Notes:* Mexican History https://www.history.com/topics/mexican-american-war/mexican-american-war *The patriarch of the Doyle Family in the book was named Howard. His name was inspired by the real life author Howard Lovecraft. About Howard Lovecraft: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H.P.Lovecraft eu·gen·ics : /yo͞oˈjeniks/, noun "The study of how to arrange reproduction within a human population to increase the occurrence of heritable characteristics regarded as "desirable". Developed largely by Sir Francis Galton as a method of "improving" the human race, eugenics was increasingly discredited as unscientific and racially biased during the 20th century, especially after the adoption of its doctrines by the Nazis in order to justify their treatment of Jews, disabled people, and other minority groups." -www.dictionary.com *Inbreeding Habsburg family history: https://www.britannica.com/topic/House-of-Habsburg https://www.thetealmango.com/featured/habsburg-jaw-the-horrific-consequences-of-royal-inbreeding-in-europe/ https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/hapsburg-monarchy *Edgar Allen Poe Poem :The Raven and the fall of the house of Usher. https://gradesfixer.com/free-essay-examples/analysis-of-poes-poems-the-raven-and-the-fall-of-the-house-of-usher/ *Mushroom healing power: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7525158/#:~:text=With%20the%20research%20advances%2C%20numerous,being%20the%20most%20remarkable%20ones. **Stranger than Fiction: * James Patterson claims white male writers face ‘another form of racism,' can't break into writing - The Washington Post https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2022/06/14/james-patterson-white-male-writers-racism/ *Please email thefabpodcast@gmail.com with your book suggestions and "Stranger Than Fiction" stories so we can share them on the show!! *Reach out and let us how we are doing!! You can find us online by clicking our Link tree https://linktr.ee/Fabpod Patreon coming October 30, 2022!! Please join our Patreon family and support the cause. Don't forget to follow, rate, review, and SHARE our podcast! Thank you!

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones
Candida/Yeast Overgrowth in the Gut

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 5:45


Candida/Yeast Overgrowth in the Gut - Dr. Jason Jones Elizabeth City NC, Chiropractor Candida Overgrowth is one of the hidden stressors you need to know about. So, Jones Family Chiropractic has put together some interesting details for you.  Candida is one fungus known to live naturally on the human body. It is commonly found living on the skin, inside the gut, mouth, and vagina. In small amounts, Candida yeast is not harmful and cannot cause any diseases to humans. However, the overgrowth of Candida in the gut, caused by certain factors, can result in Candida infection, a condition known as “Candidiasis.” Let's get to learn about Candida overgrowth in the gut. What causes Candida overgrowth in the gut? Candida is a fungus that is harmless under normal conditions. You have certain healthy bacteria in your body that suppress the overgrowth of Candida and keep the amounts harmless. However, if your immune system is disrupted and the healthy bacteria levels fall, Candida may begin to overgrow in your gut and other susceptible areas of your body. Here are some factors that can cause Candida overgrowth in the gut: Diabetes Weak immune system High consumption of alcohol High levels of refined carbs and sugars in the diet Oral contraceptives Stress Taking too many antibiotics Being overweight Warm and humid weather Heavy smoking Pregnancy Chemotherapy Symptoms of Candida overgrowth in the gut Your gut, which is an internal extension of the outer environment, begins at the mouth and ends in the anus. When any part of the gut is affected by Candida overgrowth, you may develop certain symptoms which include: Oral thrush The overgrowth of Candida may affect your mouth and throat, and it may cause soreness on your tongue and mouth. The soreness may spread to your esophagus, causing difficulty in swallowing.  White patches on your inner cheeks, tongue, gums, tonsils, and throat are also associated with oral thrush. Digestive problems The overgrowth of Candida in your intestines can affect the levels of "good" bacteria that live in your digestive tract. Low levels of these healthy bacteria can lead to digestive problems which include: Diarrhea Constipation Loss of appetite Cramps Nausea Bloating Fatigue Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms of Candida overgrowth in the gut. The overgrowth of Candida makes you less active. Your body feels weak even when you've not done any rigorous work. Joint pain Candida overgrowth in the gut may cause the fungi to travel to the joints through the bloodstream, causing severe pains, swelling, and stiffness of the joints. In some cases, this may result in the inflammation of the joint, a condition known as Candida arthritis. How to prevent Candida overgrowth in the gut You may lower your risk of having Candidiasis by certain practices such as: Eating a healthy diet Abstaining from smoking and alcoholic drinks Maintaining your blood sugar levels Having a good personal hygiene Using antibiotics only when prescribed In conclusion, always know that certain factors such as weakened immune system, obesity, and diabetes may induce Candida overgrowth in the gut and cause digestive problems. The digestive problems are usually associated with constipation, diarrhea, and oral thrush which are symptoms of Candida overgrowth in the gut.  You may consult Dr. Jason Jones at our Chiropractic office to learn about the best natural ways to prevent candida overgrowth and to maintain a holistic approach to overall wellbeing.   

Garden Dilemmas, Delights & Discoveries
Episode 78 - Boxwood Dilemmas & Connie's Garden Delights

Garden Dilemmas, Delights & Discoveries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 9:54 Transcription Available


This episode features a special garden visit with Connie Kleindienst and her daughter Susan Meagher, a new neighbor and friend. Susan mentioned her Mom's boxwoods are showing signs of disease. So, I offered to drop by primarily to meet her Mom and witness their mother-daughter connection in the garden.We chat about symptoms and remedies of the boxwood dilemmas, such as Boxwood Blight, caused by a fungus, and Boxwood Leaf Miner, an insect. But Connie's boxwood dilemma is likely Volutella. Fortunately, Connie's dilemma is early, and the avid gardener at eighty-nine years young will be on top of the remedy to prevent the spread of the fungus.  Then comes the best part of the visit is a delightful tour around the garden filled with treasures.   I'd love to hear about what or who gave you your gardening start. You can email me at AskMaryStone@gmail.com.  Thanks so much for tuning in :^)  Link to Related Stories:Boxwood Dilemmas & Garden Delights Boxwood Blight Coming to Town?Boxwood Leaf Miner Native Plants, especially Oaks, are Essential The History of 4-H ***Kind listeners, I'd love to hear about your garden and nature stories. And your thoughts about topics for future podcast episodes. Please email me at AskMaryStone@gmail.com. You can Follow Garden Dilemmas on Facebook and Instagram #MaryElaineStoneEpisode web page —Garden Dilemmas Podcast PageThank you for sharing the garden of life,Mary Stone, Columnist & Garden DesignerGarden Dilemmas? AskMaryStone.com 

You Bet Your Garden
A Convincingly Crappy Crepe Myrtle Calamity

You Bet Your Garden

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 49:56 Very Popular


On this episode of YBYG Mike saves your plants from Aphids- not Fungus! Plus your 'Fungal' phone calls!!

Talk Stupid 2 Me
161 - Zombies

Talk Stupid 2 Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 50:32


Although there's no mention of the Cranberries song, we talk about as many different zombies as 3 idiots could come up within the allotted time.  This episode covers the basics, origins, and the evolution of what zombies are and what they're capable of.  Support the show

The Hate Napkin
Season 1, Episode 53: Butter Churning Butt Fungus & Mad Ham Flingers, LLC

The Hate Napkin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 30:39


“Butter Churning Butt Fungus & Mad Ham Flingers, LLC” This episode is sponsored by THN Creamy Butter! THN Creamy Butter: “Churning out hate since 2022!” No, seriously. Special guest Carla from Burnt Korn, Alabama, brings in her old timey wooden butter chur—Ahem! Carla! Oh, Lord. Can you please stop churning between your legs? See, on the camera, it looks like—folks, DO NOT let the little ones watch this episode on YouTube. Sound engineer Pauly from Bali presents two items of hate from Vietnam. He's sick of all the motor bikers using cell phones while scooting about Ho Chi Minh City. But he's equally appalled at all the idiots driving Porsches and Lamborghinis in a city jampacked with motor bikers: “They can't ever go more than 20 miles per hour! And they're constantly being banged up by moron bikers on their phones!” Co-host Arik is sick and tired of that damned toe fungus ad that springs up on every website in the world. “Enough! That toe is like some sort of supervillain appendage with a hatching alien growth that's about to destroy the world.” Pauly explains to Arik the marvels of algorithms and corporate web spying. Looks like someone in the Bjorn household has—“But I don't have toe fungus!!” Carla: “That's precisely what someone with toe fungus would say.” NEOLOGISM ALERT! CONTACT WEBSTER'S! CARLA COINS A TERM: “BUTT FUNGUS”! Arik is also in a volcanic huff about Ticketmaster, Amazon and all the other giant, web-based retail companies that send customers through AI text labyrinths and FAQ swamps to seek solutions to problems THAT REQUIRE HUMAN ASSISTANCE. “I'll just have my computer connect with your computer, and they can resolve this issue in Webinar Wonderland.” Also, the limp eggplant horrors of plastic straws. And, for that matter, curved eggplants! That's a wrap. Join us next week for another episode of “As the World Churns”! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thehatenapkin/support

Down in a Heap
OSR October: Wednesday Wanderings into The Fungus Forest!

Down in a Heap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 13:19


This quick adventure review looks at The Fungus Forest by Nash Press from 2016. Available as a PWYW PDF at DrivethruRPG. It's a large cavern system filled with unusual creatures and (of course!) weird fungi of every imaginable type. Potentially months of exciting play for $3 (recommended price)? What are you waiting for?!?

Tanner & Drew's Donkey Show
T&D Donkey Show Podcast for Monday - A Fungus Among Us

Tanner & Drew's Donkey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 44:56


Roll For Intent
Fungus Amungus

Roll For Intent

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 76:27


Roll For Intent Fungus Amungus Who would have thought that down deep in the vaults, the party would find themselves knee deep in the swamp, once again.... *** This is a Pathfinder 2nd Edition actual play podcast focused on the Abomination Vaults adventure path, published by Paizo Inc. Check out our https://rollforintent.com/ (website), follow us on https://twitter.com/rollforintent (twitter) and join us on https://rollforintent.com/discord (discord)! *** CastTrevor PayneThe Magnanimous Game Master Jacob HicksIosif - Ratfolk Rogue Raymond MontoyaBilliam - Hobgoblin Barbarian Micah Solus - Human Champion Christian ChaneyAzmordryn - Fleshwarp Alchemist "Rules Lawyer" - https://roll-for-intent.captivate.fm/beastfoundry (Beast Foundry) Sarah PayneThe "Intro Lady" *** Roll For Intent uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Paizo Inc., used under https://paizo.com/communityuse (Paizo's Community Use Policy). We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. Roll For Intent is not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Paizo. For more information about Paizo Inc. and Paizo Products, visit paizo.com *** https://paizo.com/products/btq026kj?Pathfinder-Adventure-Path-163-Ruins-of-Gauntlight (Abomination Vaults : Ruins of Gauntlight) - James Jacobs https://paizo.com/products/btq027jm?Pathfinder-Adventure-Path-164-Hands-of-the-Devil (Abomination Vaults : Hands of the Devil )- Vanessa Hoskins https://paizo.com/products/btq024xm?Pathfinder-Adventure-Path-165-Eyes-of-Empty-Death (Abomination Vaults : Eyes of Empty Death) - Stephen Radney-MacFarland https://paizo.com/products/btq026k1?Pathfinder-Adventure-Troubles-in-Otari (Troubles In Otari) - Jason Keely, Lyz Lidell, Ron Lundeen https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/373876/Abomination-Vaults-GMs-Guide (Abomination Vaults GMs Guide) - Ron Lundeen *** Copyright 2022 Roman Neville Productions Mentioned in this episode: Charity Stream - Casa De Colores We hope you'll join us on October 14 at 5PM Eastern Time as Cam from Full Round Action Gaming leads us on a 4 hour stream on the GamerMomLuna twitch channel. We'll be raising money for Casa de Colores, a charity benefitting transgender refugees from central and south America. Check us out on Twitter or come by the Discord for more information! https://roll-for-intent.captivate.fm/casa-de-colores (Casa de Colores)

Bugs In The Basement
Archive Select: Alphitobius Laevigatus aka The Black Fungus Beetle

Bugs In The Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 94:12


One from the archives.   Recorded live on August 5th, 2021   Two people making music on the fly… Bugs In The Basement creates improvised musical journeys from an array of vintage and handmade instruments to modern technologies. Recorded live from our basement studio in the Pacific Northwest, each week we experiment in the process of making exploratory music and soundscapes. Unmixed, unedited and unapologetic. www.bugsinthebasement.com

Doc On The Run Podcast
Foot Fungus Pro Tip: Wear old socks to the airport

Doc On The Run Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 5:55


I was just speaking at a medical conference in Las Vegas, and of course I flew on a plane to get there.    To me, as a podiatrist, the most dangerous two spots in the airport are in the security screening line.  I don't like standing on those yellow footprints in the security scanner spots because I think it's a little gross to stand without shoes, where thousands of people a day step barefoot.  I see people in airports with fungal toenails and with athlete's foot infections. I can see the skin on their feet peeling, and I know exactly what's happening.    When that skin is peeling they are shedding live fungal filaments and fungal spores everywhere they step. And I worry that travelers are depositing, sharing and spreading foot fungus on those yellow footprints.    Want a foot fungus pro tip? Well, I'm going to give you one. Wear old socks to the airport. It might be kinda gross, but that's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run podcast.

The Mushroom Hour Podcast
Ep. 138: Paleontology & Prototaxites - Mysteries of the Gigantic, Paleozoic Fungus (feat. Dr. Kevin Boyce)

The Mushroom Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 77:20 Very Popular


Today on Mushroom Hour we have the privilege of being joined by Dr. Kevin Boyce, Professor of Geological Sciences at Stanford University. Dr. Boyce's research is focused on the biological and environmental impacts of the evolution of plant structure, development, and physiology from the Paleozoic colonization of land through the subsequent radiations of land plant forms up to and including the Cretaceous radiation of flowering plants. This work involves both living and fossil plants and a wide variety of approaches: developmental and physiological investigation, climate modeling, comparative study of morphological diversity, and cell and tissue-specific analysis of elemental, isotopic, and organic chemistry. These tools have been applied to three connected areas of research that each inform wider questions concerning the evolution of terrestrial environments: 1. the evolution of leaf morphology, development, and physiology with feedbacks to climate and primary productivity, 2. the evolution of cell wall biochemistry and its influence on organic matter burial as a sink in the carbon cycle, and 3. the establishment of early terrestrial life and ecosystems encompassing the complete biota including animals, fungi, and microbial communities in addition to the plants. I'm excited to learn about the coevolution of plants and fungi, prototaxites and how we learn about organismal evolution and community assembly from the ancient past.    TOPICS COVERED:   The Path into PaleontologyGeobiology & Defining Geological Eras   Fungal & Plant Fossil Records   Absolute Time & Relative Time   Evolution of Plant Physiology   Coevolution of Plants, Bacteria, Fungi and Animals   Stochastic "Rules" of Community Assembly   Geochemistry   Genetic Tools and Phylogeny Changing Paleontology   Prototaxites   Biochemical Signatures of Heretrophs and Autotrophs   Piecing Together a Paleozoic Landscape    Lifestyle, Physiology and Growth Rate of Prototaxites   Future Work into the Cenozoic   EPISODE RESOURCES:   Dr. Kevin Boyce Academic Website: https://biology.stanford.edu/people/kevin-boyce   Dr. Boyce Paper on Prototaxites: https://awarticles.s3.amazonaws.com/Boyce2007.pdf   Prototaxites: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prototaxites   Geologic Time Scale: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geologic_time_scale   "Wonderful Life" by Stephen Gould: https://wwnorton.com/books/Wonderful-Life/   Lycopodium (clubmoss genus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lycopodium   "Stinkhorn" Mushrooms: https://www.mushroomexpert.com/stinkhorns.html   

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner
Microbes that Scarf Nuclear Waste + Menticidal Brainwashing & the Charles Manson/CIA Connection)

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 153:37


What's up to my biotic bloodhounds and irradiated isopods! Welcome back to the BNP everyone and thank you for joining! We got a classic throwback solo hodge-podge ep this week for y'all, with some exquisitely seasoned veggies for your listening enjoyment, and you already know about them zany audio tidbits. Topics this week include menticide (murder of the mind), brainwashing, advantages of nuclear power, biological remediation of nuclear waste (microbes that eat radioactive waste), Finland's game-changing strategy for storing radioactive material and the shady CIA mind control connections with Charles Manson.Also included is a recent Barbarian Yak Fest segment with the inimitable Dr. Sylvie Salinger where we discuss the seductive and insidious allure of the Cult of Scientism.  Won't you please rate, review and subscribe to the BNP wherever you listen to podcasts?Help me stay on the air by becoming a beloved patron at www.patreon.com/noetics.  Signing up at any tier gets you a complimentary rhinoceros* and several dozen radioactive river rats!** Act now: rhinos and glowing river rats going fast!Or make a one-time donation at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/noetics!Check me out on IG @ barbarian_noetics!Email the pod at: barbarian.noetics@gmail.comThank you for spreading the word!Until next week,be exquisite to one anotherand compassionate towards yourself.Do three random acts of kindness this week and tell me all about it!One Love,little raven kawwwTRACKLIST FOR THIS EPISODE Somewhere Off Jazz Street - Maybe TomorrowAlan Watts - Don't Take Life So Seriously (Talk)kudasai - the girl i haven't metStay See - 5AM in Tokyo Lo Fi MixThee Sacred Souls - Can I Call You Rose (BNP Edit Slowed n Verbed)White Ganja Bows (BNP Original Edit- Luda's Southern Hospitality Acapella x Ganja WhiteNight x LSDream BADMAN)The B1M : Finland May Have Solved Nuclear Power's Biggest Problem (Video)Glade Marie x No Signal - Chapter 38 (Mix)Smokey Robinson - The Agony and the EcstacyIt Ain't Fair - Ahead of our TimeThe Roots - What They Do (BNP Edit - Slowed)Mimi Lo Fi Chill - Calm Your Anxiety (Mix)Chic - Le FreakМаксим и КуКу Бенд - Не казвай любе лека нощLINKS:Nuclear Remediation: https://www.popsci.com/microscopic-fungus-cold-war-nuclear-waste/https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg23431211-300-radiation-eating-bacteria-could-make-nuclear-waste-safer/Outro: https://www.coffeeordie.com/charles-manson-cia*rhino for real? nope**river rats? nope nope.Support the show

KZYX Public Affairs
The Trail Stewards Radio Hour: Wild Fungus Economy

KZYX Public Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 56:29


September 20, 2022--Hosts Chad Swimmer and Paul Schulman bring you up to date on the news from Jackson State Forest, including a discussion with Charlie Schneider of the Jackson Advisory Group, then hear from Eric Schramm, the founder of Mendocino Mushrooms, about the wild fungus economy and the webs that tie a forest together beneath the surface.

WIRED Science: Space, Health, Biotech, and More
The Fungus That Killed Frogs—and Led to a Surge in Malaria

WIRED Science: Space, Health, Biotech, and More

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 8:52


A global fungal pandemic wiped out amphibians, destroyed biodiversity, and ultimately increased human illness. Now a second similar pathogen is on the way.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 09.27.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 61:16


Videos: Gary Null – Speaks to U.N. on Earth Day (Part 1 & 2) Iain McGilchrist, ‘We Need to Act' Iain McGilchrist is a former Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, an associate Fellow of Green Templeton College, Oxford, a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Consultant Emeritus of the Bethlem and Maudsley Hospital, London, a former research Fellow in Neuroimaging at Johns Hopkins University Medical School, Baltimore, and a former Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Stellenbosch. He now lives on the Isle of Skye, off the coast of North West Scotland, where he continues to write, and lectures worldwide.   California's “holy herb” Yerba Santa found to be an effective natural treatment for Alzheimer's   Salk Institute for Biological Studies, September 19, 2022 Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia, and aging is its primary risk factor. Therefore, researchers continue to look for ways to counter the effects of aging on the brain. In a recent study, researchers from The Salk Institute for Biological Studies discovered a potential natural treatment for Alzheimer's in the form of a medicinal herb found in California. In their study published in the journal Redox Biology, they found that yerba santa (Eriodictyon californicum), a plant native to California, contains an active compound called sterubin that could be used to treat people with Alzheimer's. Yerba santa, which is the Spanish for “holy herb,” is highly regarded as a medicine for respiratory diseases, bruising, fever, headaches, infections, and pain. For the current study, the researchers first examined 400 plant extracts with known medicinal properties for their ability to prevent oxytosis – a type of cell death that occurs in Alzheimer's disease – in mouse hippocampal nerve cells. The researchers found that sterubin exhibited the greatest protective effect against inflammation and other triggers of brain cell death. In particular, sterubin strongly reduced inflammation in microglia, which are brain cells that provide support to nerve cells. In addition, the researchers found that sterubin can remove iron from cells, helping to prevent iron accumulation. Iron accumulation can result in a type of nerve cell damage that accompanies aging and occurs in neurodegenerative problems. “Not only did sterubin turn out to be much more active than the other flavonoids in Yerba santa in our assays, it appears as good as, if not better than, other flavonoids we have studied,” said Pamela Maher, the corresponding author of the study. Vitamin B may reduce risk of stroke Zhengzhou University (China)  September 23, 2022   Researchers have uncovered evidence that suggests vitamin B supplements could help to reduce the risk of stroke, according to a study published in the journal Neurology. Vitamin B supplements are said to be beneficial for many health issues, including stress, anxiety, depression, dementia, Alzheimer's disease and heart disease. However, according to Xu Yuming of Zhengzhou University in Zhengzhou, China, previous studies have conflicting findings regarding the use of vitamin B supplements and stroke or heart attack. In order to determine the role of vitamin B supplements in the risk of stroke, Prof. Yuming and colleagues analyzed 14 randomized clinical trials involving a total of 54,913 participants  All studies compared use of vitamin B supplements with a placebo, or a very low dosage of the vitamin. All participants were then followed for a period of 6 months. Results of the analysis revealed that the participants taking the vitamin B supplements had a 7% reduced risk of stroke, compared with those taking the placebo supplements or a low dosage of vitamin B. The researchers found that a supplemental form of folate (vitamin B9) – a vitamin frequently found in fortified cereals – actually reduced the effect of vitamin B on the risk of stroke Additionally, the study showed that vitamin B12 did not have any effect on the risk of stroke.   Ginger may protect the brain from MSG toxicity, says fascinating research University of Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), September 23, 2013  For thousands of years, ginger has been hailed as a superfood for its healing properties that aid every system of the body. The oils that ginger contains are antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal, and ginger has even been found to inhibit cancer growth. Now a study has actually proven that ginger can reverse the damage done by monosodium glutamate, or MSG, a known harmful excitotoxin. After injecting pure MSG into rats for 30 days, researchers found subsequent withdrawal caused adverse effects including significant epinephrine, norepinephine, dopamine and serotonin depletion. Low levels of these important neurotransmitters can be detrimental to health. Subsequent to injecting lab rats with MSG, researchers injected ginger root extract for 30 more days and were able to completely reverse the neurotransmitter depletion and brain damage that MSG caused. Not only that, but the positive effects of ginger were maintained even after scientists stopped administering it! A wealth of independent studies show that MSG should be avoided at all costs. Also popularly printed on food labels as hydrolyzed protein, torula or autolyzed yeast, soy or yeast extract and soy protein isolate among some 40 other names, scientists have found that consuming MSG even in low doses can cause blood glutamate levels to fluctuate abnormally high and then stay there. Anyone suffering from a disease or immunity issue that would contribute to a weakened blood-brain barrier is then much more susceptible to the chemical seeping into his or her brain and doing damage. Studies have effectively linked MSG consumption to several neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. Men with anxiety are more likely to die of cancer, study says Cambridge University's Institute of Public Health, September 20, 2022 Men over 40 who are plagued with generalized anxiety disorder are more than twice as likely to die of cancer than are men who do not have the mental affliction, new research finds. But for women who suffer from severe anxiety, the research found no increased risk of cancer death. That finding, presented at the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology's Congress in Vienna, emerges from the largest study ever to explore a link between anxiety and cancer. It tracked 15,938 Britons over 40 for 15 years. Even after researchers took account of factors that boost the risk of cancer, including age, alcohol consumption, smoking and chronic diseases, men with a diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder were 2.15 times as likely to die of cancer than were those with no such diagnosis. Generalized anxiety disorder – a condition marked by excessive, uncontrollable worry about many areas of life – affected women more commonly than it did men. Among women in the large cohort studied, 2.4 percent suffered from the disorder. Among men in the cohort, 1.8 percent did. Whatever the relationship, says the study's lead author, the new findings identify extremely anxious men as a population whose mental and physical health should be closely tracked. “Society may need to consider anxiety as a warning signal for poor health,” said study lead author Olivia Remes of Cambridge University's Institute of Public Health. “With this study, we show that anxiety is more than just a personality trait,” but rather, a disorder linked to real and serious health risks. Out of Over 400 Compounds Analyzed, Red Grapes and Blueberries Are Tops In Boosting Immunity – So Effective They Work As Well As Drugs Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University, September 18, 2022Pterostilbene, an antioxidant produced by plants has been shown to exhibit exceptional properties in fighting infections, cancer, hypertriglycerides, as well as the ability to reverse cognitive decline. It is believed that the compound also has anti-diabetic properties. In an analysis of 446 compounds for their the ability to boost the innate immune system in humans, researchers in the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University discovered just two that stood out from the crowd. Red grapes and blueberies both have an exceptional ability to significantly impact immune function. In fact, pterostilbene works as well as some commercial drugs.

Both of these compounds, which are called stilbenoids, worked in synergy with vitamin D and had a significant impact in raising the expression of the human cathelicidin antimicrobial peptide, or CAMP gene, that is involved in immune function.The research was published in Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, in studies supported by the National Institutes of Health.

Almost a decade ago, researchers discovered that pterostilbene helps regulate blood sugar and might help fight type-2 diabetes. The finding adds to a growing list of reasons to eat colorful fruit, especially blueberries, which are rich in compounds known as antioxidants. These molecules battle cell and DNA damage involved in cancer, heart disease, diabetes and perhaps also brain degeneration. 

Pterostilbene works as well as the commercial drug ciprofibrate to lower the levels of fats (lipids) and triglycerides — but they worked even more accurately. They are so specific that side-effects are non-existent.”Out of a study of hundreds of compounds, just these two popped right out,” said Adrian Gombart, an LPI principal investigator and associate professor in the OSU College of Science. “Their synergy with vitamin D to increase CAMP gene expression was significant and intriguing. It's a pretty interesting interaction.”This research is the first to show a clear synergy with vitamin D that increased CAMP expression by several times, scientists said.The CAMP gene itself is also the subject of much study, as it has been shown to play a key role in the “innate” immune system, or the body's first line of defense and ability to combat bacterial infection. The innate immune response is especially important as many antibiotics increasingly lose their effectiveness.

Grapes don't have to be fermented to contain this antioxidant. It's actually found in the skin of red grapes along with other nutrients, such as minerals manganese and potassium and vitamins K, C and B1.Stilbenoids are compounds produced by plants to fight infections, and in human biology appear to affect some of the signaling pathways that allow vitamin D to do its job, researchers said. It appears that combining these compounds with vitamin D has considerably more biological impact than any of them would separately. Fungus in humans identified for first time as key factor in Crohn's disease Case Western Reserve University, September 22, 2022 A Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine-led team of international researchers has for the first time identified a fungus as a key factor in the development of Crohn's disease. The researchers also linked a new bacterium to the previous bacteria associated with Crohn's. The groundbreaking findings, published in mBio, could lead to potential new treatments and ultimately, cures for the debilitating inflammatory bowel disease, which causes severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, weight loss, and fatigue. Mycology at Case Western Reserve and University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center “Essentially, patients with Crohn's have abnormal immune responses to these bacteria, which inhabit the intestines of all people. While most researchers focus their investigations on these bacteria, few have examined the role of fungi, which are also present in everyone's intestines. Our study adds significant new information to understanding why some people develop Crohn's disease. Equally important, it can result in a new generation of treatments, including medications and probiotics, which hold the potential for making qualitative and quantitative differences in the lives of people suffering from Crohn's.” The researchers assessed the mycobiome and bacteriome of patients with Crohn's disease and their Crohn's-free first degree relatives in nine families in northern France and Belgium, and in Crohn's-free individuals from four families living in the same geographic area. Specifically, they analyzed fecal samples of 20 Crohn's and 28 Crohn's-free patients from nine families and of 21 Crohn's-free patients of four families. The researchers found strong fungal-bacterial interactions in those with Crohn's disease: two bacteria (Escherichia coli and Serratia marcescens) and one fungus (Candida tropicalis) moved in lock step. The presence of all three in the sick family members was significantly higher compared to their healthy relatives, suggesting that the bacteria and fungus interact in the intestines. Additionally, test-tube research by the Ghannoum-led team found that the three work together (with the E. coli cells fusing to the fungal cells and S. marcescens forming a bridge connecting the microbes) to produce a biofilm — a thin, slimy layer of microorganisms found in the body that adheres to, among other sites, a portion of the intestines — which can prompt inflammation that results in the symptoms of Crohn's disease. This is first time any fungus has been linked to Crohn's in humans; previously it was only found in mice with the disease. The study is also the first to include S. marcescens in the Crohn's-linked bacteriome. Additionally, the researchers found that the presence of beneficial bacteria was significantly lower in the Crohn's patients, corroborating previous research findings.

AWR Tagalog / タガログ語 / لغة تغلوغية
Kailan nagiging kasalanan ang tukso?

AWR Tagalog / タガログ語 / لغة تغلوغية

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 28:30


Kailan nagiging kasalanan ang tukso?

Trailer Talk
The Last of Us Teaser Trailer Reaction & Breakdown | TRAILER TALK LIVE

Trailer Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 50:08


This episode is aptly sponsored by Movie Pallete, the makers of colorful canvas paintings of your favorite movies. Go to https://moviepalette.com/ and enter REDBEAR15 at checkout to get 15% off any item!We get our first look at HBO's much anticipated new series, The Last of Us, based on the video game by Naughty Dog. Helmed by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckman this looks to be a faithful recreation of the video game that could either be the a great decision or turn off many who feel the game was perfect as is. Starring Pedro Pascal as Joel and Bella Ramsey as Ellie if there's anything we should expect is to prepare yourself for a powerful story and some controversial decisions. Let's break it all down. This is Trailer Talk.Save who you can save. The HBO Original series #TheLastOfUs is coming in 2023 to HBOMax.Don't hesitate to comment below if you have an idea for a trailer to react to!Members of Couch Soup can call into or show and ask questions or give their own theories. The link can be found in our community Circle on CouchSoup.com.Let's React!Watch the original episode on YouTube.Support the channel: https://couchsoup.com/become-a-member/We have merch! Shirts, hoodies, pins! https://couchsoup.com/merch/Check out the COUCHSOUP website and sign up for our newsletter.Follow CouchSoup on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.Follow Nolan North on Twitter and Instagram.Follow Drew Lewis on Twitter and Instagram.Follow PJ Haarsma on Twitter and Instagram.Follow Stephanie Judge on Twitter and Instagram.Follow Pagan McGrath on Twitter and Instagram.

Garden Bite with Teri Knight
Ghost plant - fungus or flower

Garden Bite with Teri Knight

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 2:00


This plant is SO cool looking and it's not amenable to propagation. You likely won't see this plant except in the deep dark forest but if you do, wow! Is it a fungus or is it a wildflower. It has a few different names and is an extremely unique plant. Take a look and learn more on my GardenBite website!

AWR Tagalog / タガログ語 / لغة تغلوغية
Ano ang tunay sa usapin sa tukso?

AWR Tagalog / タガログ語 / لغة تغلوغية

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 29:00


Ano ang tunay sa usapin sa tukso?

Infectious Disease Puscast
Infectious Disease Puscast #11

Infectious Disease Puscast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 33:43 Very Popular


On episode #11 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the previous two weeks, 9/1/22 - 9/14/22. Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Post-Ebola symptoms infection (CID) Legionella identified as cause of cluster of pneumonia cases (PAHO) Frequency of exposure to antibiotics for enteropathogenic bacteria among young children (PNAS) Should Linezolid replace Clindamycin as the adjunctive antimicrobial of choice in Toxic Shock Syndrome (CID) Treatment with a three-drug regimen for Pulmonary Tuberculosis (OFID) The skip phenomenon in Staphylococcus Aureus Bacteremia (Science Direct) The relationship between antibiotic agent and mortality in patients with Febrile Neutropenia (OFID) Antibiotic indications and appropriateness in the pediatric intensive care unit (CID) Clinical features and treatment outcomes of Pulmonary Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare complex (OFID) Outcomes of partial oral antibiotic treatment for complicated S. Aureus Bacteremia in drug users (CID) Short-versus long-course antibiotic treatment for uncomplicated vancomycin-resistant enterococcal bacteraemia (CMI) Infectious Disease Consults of Pseudomonas aeruginosa bloodstream infection and impact on health outcomes (OFID) Paracoccidioidomycosis: current status and future trends (Clinical Microbiology) Comparative outcomes of Candida Auris Bloodstream Infections (CID) Efficacy and immunogenicity of R21/Matrix-M vaccine against clinical Malaria (The Lancet) Leishmaniasis: Diagnosis and Treatment in the United States (JPIDS) Malaria Surveillance — United States, 2018 (CDC) Anti-bacteriophage immunity in phage therapy (JID) Improving understanding and utilization of the antibiogram among medical residents (Cambridge)  Music is by Ronald Jenkees

AWR Tagalog / タガログ語 / لغة تغلوغية
Hindi Tayo Makapagbibigay ng Wala Tayo

AWR Tagalog / タガログ語 / لغة تغلوغية

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 29:00


Hindi Tayo Makapagbibigay ng Wala Tayo

Better with Dr. Stephanie
Healing Adaptogens with Tero Isokauppila

Better with Dr. Stephanie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 85:08


Tero Isokauppila joins us on the Better show this week and we had an awesome conversation that we are very excited for you to hear. Tero is the founder of Four Sigmatic, a mushroom company that you may have heard of. He is Finnish, a self-proclaimed nomad who loves fungi and being a food-preneur. We start off our conversation with a brief overview of mushrooms, and quickly dive into Adaptogens and Cordyceps, when and how to use them and what benefits they may have to your lifestyle & fitness routines. We discuss the thoughts around stress, and how certain fungi, food such as spices and other uncomfortable experiences can have a positive effect on the body and mind. We briefly touch on supplementation for sexual function before getting an education on Ginseng and it's many beneficial use cases. We round out the episode with an awesome link between Santa Claus and Psychedelic mushrooms and Tero's advice around the use of Psilocybin in today's society. Episode Overview: 0:00 Introduction3:15 Mushrooms & Humans10:00 Mushroom Species14:00 Adaptogens & Cordycep Use30:30 Adaptogen Use Pre & Post Exercise36:00 Immunity46:30 Benefits of Stressors52:00 Adaptogens for Sexual Function55:00 Ginseng Types1:00:00 Tero's Advice for Supplementing Adaptogens1:04:00 Santa Claus & Psychedelic Mushrooms1:19:00 Conclusion Four Sigmatic -Coffee, Protein, and more that support mental wellness. https://foursigmatic.sjv.io/drstephanieSign up for my FREE MASTERCLASS: HEALTHY OFFERS - for health practitioners looking for strategies to earn more moneyAre you A Healthcare Practitioner? Join The Estima Certification Program HereJoin the Hello Betty AMA here: https://www.hellobetty.club/ama We'd like to thank our sponsors, The DNA  Company - $50 discount using code "DRSTEPHANIE" at checkout. https://www.thednacompany.com/drstephanieHVMN Ketones - get 10% off your order with Promo Code “STEPHANIE”  https://hvmn.me/STEPHANIEAthletic Greens - redeem an exclusive offer here: athleticgreens.com/stephanieLMNT Electrolytes - A FREE 7-flavor sample pack! - https://www.drinklmnt.com/DrEstimaOrion Red Light Therapy - Use the code STEPHANIE10 for 10% off + 40% off storewide until September 5th https://www.orionrlt.ca/?ref=StephanieLumen - get $25 off your order with Promo Code “DRSTEPHANIE25” https://www.lumen.me/?fid=1799Ancestral Supplements - Use Promo Code “ASA10” for 10% off any purchase https://shop.ancestralsupplements.com/discount/Tribe10?rfsn=5900205.652074&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=5900205.652074PRIMEADINE - get 10% Off your Order with Promo Code “DRSTEPHANIE10” - https://oxfordhealthspan.com/products/best-spermidine-supplementBIOOPTIMIZERS - receive 10% off your order with Promo Code "ESTIMA" - www.biooptimizers.com/drstephanie Follow Me On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.stephanie.estimaGet yourself a copy of my best-selling book, The Betty Body - https://bettybodybook.comJoin the Hello Betty Community here - https://hellobetty.club  Tero's Links: https://www.instagram.com/foursigmatichttps://us.foursigmatic.com/Healing Adaptogens by Tero Isokauppila

What's up Weirdo?
Bleeding Tooth Fungus

What's up Weirdo?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 39:51


This week Tenney is back from another one of Amy Bruni's Strange Escapes, he talks haunted lighthouses and Universal's Halloween Horror Nights! Jessica freaks out about the new unpredictable horror movie Barbarian, then we cover the Delaware Catman, tonsil stones, talking to bees, witchcraft cocktail bars, scattering ashes, bloody mushrooms, and much more! Is it watery or sticky… Twitter: @johneltenney @JessicaKnapikInsta: @johneltenney @openmyeyestoblue @wuwpod Be a dummy or a whore face by supporting the podcast on our Patreon:http://patreon.com/whatsupweirdo A huge thank you to our podcast sponsors:Old Town Roasting – IG: @oldtownroasting https://oldtownroasting.comOriginal Sock Dogs – IG: @originalsockdogs https://sockdogs.comUse code: WHATSUPDOG for 15% off your first order! Adam Berry Apparel – IG: @adamberry https://adamberrymerch.com

Intelligent Design the Future
An Origin-of-Life Poser: No Short Cut to Energy-Harnessing

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 18:30 Very Popular


On today's ID the Future, Stairway to Life co-author Rob Stadler and host Eric Anderson delve deeper into Challenge to Origin of Life: Energy Harnessing, the latest video in the Long Story Short intelligent design video series. Could the first cell have been much simpler than any current cell, making it easier for it to emerge through blind natural forces on the early Earth? Stadler and Anderson surface one big problem with that idea: in experiments to make relatively simple cells even simpler, the cells inevitably become less robust and adaptable. These simpler cells must be coddled to survive. But the first cell on earth would have been anything but coddled. It would have had no source of glucose and Read More › Source

NatureNotes with Rudy Mancke
Bird's nest fungus

NatureNotes with Rudy Mancke

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 1:20


The Nidulariaceae ('nidulus' - small nest) are a family of fungi in the order Agaricales. Commonly known as the bird's nest fungi, their fruiting bodies resemble tiny egg-filled birds' nests. As they are saprobic, feeding on decomposing organic matter, they are often seen growing on decaying wood and in soils enriched with wood chips or bark mulch; they have a widespread distribution in most ecological regions.

Breakfast With Barry Lee
374: Toe Fungus And Other Commercials I Don't Want To See When I'm Eating!

Breakfast With Barry Lee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 6:10


On Barry's Podcast Planner he observes National Encouragement Day, Hug and High 5 Day and Video Games Day.  His main topic of discussion are the commercials that pop up on his TV screen as he sits with his dinner and TV tray ... foot fungus ads being among the discussion.

The Secret Teachings
The Secret Teachings 9/8/22 - Schrödinger's Virus w. Dawn Lester

The Secret Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 120:01


Dawn Lester, author of ‘What Really Makes You Ill?', joins us to discuss the origins of germ theory, what observers are really examining under an electron-microscope, the meanings of words like ‘virus' or ‘pandemic', and the differences between what can cause disease as opposed to what is assumed to cause disease. https://whatreallymakesyouill.com

Wine for Normal People
Ep 440: Jason Haas of Tablas Creek -- Regenerative agriculture, alternative packaging, & Improving the environmental footprint of wine

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 59:05 Very Popular


Jason Haas is a Partner and the General Manager of Tablas Creek Vineyard. His late father, Robert Haas was a renowned importer who partnered with Château de Beaucastel in Châteauneuf-du-Pape to scout a perfect site to grow Rhône varieties in California. They found it in the Adelaida District of Paso Robles and built one of the best wineries in California. Jason Haas of Tablas Creek. Photo from Tablas Creek   Jason doesn't just oversee the business, winemaking, and sales and marketing operations, he also is actively involved in the Rhone Rangers (they promote Rhone varieties in California), the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance, Family Winemakers of California, and he is a talented and prolific writer. His clear and educational writing has been published in many wine publications as well as the award-winning Tablas Creek blog.      Jason is a big advocate for Paso Robles but also a passionate champion of more sustainable, earth-friendly solutions in the wine industry. He is a pioneer of the regenerative organic viticulture program in California, which we will discuss, and he is the first premium winery in California to put his wine in the sustainable 3 liter bag in box. This is Jason's third appearance on the show and this time he updates us on all the work that he and Tablas Creek have done to push forward in making their vineyard and winery ever more gentle on the environment. They are leaders in California and in global thinking in wine and they are forging a path for the others to reduce their impact on the earth in wine. I'm excited to have Jason on the show again and I think you will love this show.   The wines of Tablas Creek. Photo: Tablas Creek Website   Here are the topics we cover:   We discuss how Tablas Creek moved from organic, to biodynamic and now to regenerative farming. Jason explains the difference between regenerative farming, biodynamics, and organics so we have it all clear.     Jason talks about some of the limitations of organics and biodynamics. He is nice enough to indulge me in a conversation about the famed biodynamic “cow horn” and why the idea behind it and many other biodynamic concepts are great but overshadowed by the more “cosmic” stuff in the philosophy.     We discuss dry farming and the conditions for it to work. We talk about how important it will be in the future.     The sheep of Tablas Creek. Photo from Tablas Creek Jason talks about wine's biggest impact on the environment: Packaging waste and transport. He tells us about his decision to put Patelin de Tablas rosé into box and the positive reception it received. We discuss the many ways packaging and transport can and may evolve to make wine's impact on the earth minimal. We talk about the possibility of everything from bottle washing (We briefly discuss Caren McNamara from Conscious Container) to wine in bladder transport.     Jason shares some other ideas about how we can move to a more sustainable future for wine and some of the important logistical challenges we must face to be successful in the fight against climate change.   Patelin de Tablas Rosé in box Photo from Tablas Creek   Podcasts referenced Ep 414: The Refillable Wine Bottle Revolution to Combat Climate Change with Caren McNamara of Conscious Container Ep 432: Agroforestry -- An Answer to Wine's Biggest Environmental Challenges with Jean-Baptiste Cordonnier of Château Anthonic in Moulis-en-Médoc   Previous shows with Jason Ep 281: 30 Years of Tablas Creek with Jason Haas Ep 162: Jason Haas of Tablas Creek in Paso Robles, CA Documentary on Fungus:   Fantastic Funghi _______________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Our new sponsor: Wine Spies! Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on Zinfandel, Barolo, Champagne...you name it - up to 75% off! It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $10 credit to use on your first order! Check them out today!   If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople   To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes

Dreadtime Stories
A Fungus Among Us

Dreadtime Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 53:56


Molds. Spores and fungus. As the first occupants of the planet earth they would reluctantly surrender their domain to plants, insects and animals. But their surrender was not without a price. It's a debt about to be repaid with great interest when a fungus outbreak, that turns people into killer Zombies, may spread worldwide. To access more classic radio shows visit classicradioclub.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

EAT THIS with Lianne
Eat This With Lianne: Mushrooms 101 PART 1 (EP 131)

EAT THIS with Lianne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 34:21


Typically, when you think of Fungus...MUSHROOMS may not be the first thing that comes to mind.  However, there are a tonne of healthy benefits from these fertile fungi...including "medicinal" miracles.  We're talking better skin, brain, bones, immune system..and even your mental health! Mushrooms would fall into the category of "functional medicine", and can become an important tool in your overall healthy tool kit.  So, on this episode of Eat This with Lianne, we'll discuss the benefits of medicinal mushrooms...which ones are good for what? and so much more... Join us!

Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation podcast
Plants of the Gods: S3E9. 21st Century Healing Magic with both Fungi and Herbs: A Conversation with the Remarkable Dr. Christopher Hobbs

Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 28:34


Dr. Christopher Hobbs is a world-renowned author, clinician, botanist, mycologist, and research scientist, with over 35 years of experience with herbal medicine. He is the author of the classic, "Medicinal Mushrooms: The Essential Guide." In this first half of a two-part episode, Dr. Hobbs and Dr. Plotkin look at the history of medicinal herbs and fungi, discuss how to find the best products, and  discuss their healing potential in the context of modern times.

Jordan, Jesse, GO!
Fungus On The Limes with Mark Ganek

Jordan, Jesse, GO!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 61:54


Mark Ganek (Archer) joins Jordan and Jesse to talk what credits Jordan gets the most texts about, Mark's first time hearing Jordan Jesse Go on the radio and Jesse's part in the season premiere of Archer. Check out the new season of Archer on FXX and Hulu now.This episode brought to you by Lumi Labs. Ever tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use JJGO for 30% off + Free Shipping.

Cryptids Of The Corn
Living UFO's: The Fungus Among Us! S.2 Ep.13

Cryptids Of The Corn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 70:20


This week we start off with another odd accounting of another seemingly living UFO over a city in Mexico. Then we really start looking into other similarities with dozens of accounts of what seems to be living UFO and alien obductions, including odd questions that the government would ask obducties in the 60's and 70's and UFO seemingly odd interest in large groups of nitrates. Finally, we come to the conclusion that these living upper atmosphere beings may be members of the fungus family which have ruled the planet for millions of years and have been found in the upper atmosphere. Please put on your tin foil hat and allow us to be your Fungi's on this week's episode of Cryptids of the Corn Podcast. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram, and Patreon at Cryptids of the Corn. Do you have a story you would like to share, or would you like to be on the show? Message us through our social medias or email us at hardinbigfoot@gmail.com. As always, stay Magical. Patron Checkout | Patreon Cryptids of the corn Podcast | Facebook

Curiosity Daily
Poop of Youth, Robot Roaches, Chatty Fungus

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 14:13 Very Popular


Learn about how we might be flushing the secret to anti-aging down the toilet, how cyborg cockroaches could save your life one day and how mushrooms may be talking to each other!The connection between poop and aging.“Fecal Transplants Reverse Hallmarks of Aging in the Gut, Eyes, and Brain” by The University of East Angliahttps://scitechdaily.com/fecal-transplants-reverse-hallmarks-of-aging-in-the-gut-eyes-and-brain/“Fecal Microbiota Transfer Between Young and Aged Mice Reverses Hallmarks of the Aging Gut, Eye, And Brain” by Aimée Parker, Stefano Romano, Rebecca Ansorge, Asmaa Aboelnour, Gwenaelle Le Gall, George M. Savva, Matthew G. Pontifex, Andrea Telatin, David Baker, Emily Jones, David Vauzour, Steven Rudder, L. Ashley Blackshaw, Glen Jeffery & Simon R. Cardinghttps://microbiomejournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40168-022-01243-wSearch and rescue roaches.“Robotised insects may search collapsed buildings for survivors” by The Economisthttps://www.economist.com/science-and-technology/robotised-insects-may-search-collapsed-buildings-for-survivors/21808326“S'pore team turning cockroaches into life-saving cyborg bugs at disaster sites” by Clara Chonghttps://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/spore-team-turning-cockroaches-into-life-saving-cyborg-bugs-at-disaster-sitesMushroom talks.“Language of Fungi Derived From Their Electrical Spiking Activity” by Andrew Adamatzkyhttps://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsos.211926“Mushrooms may Communicate with Each Other Using Electrical Impulses” by Elizabeth Gamillohttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/mushrooms-may-communicate-with-each-other-using-electrical-impulses-180979889/“Fungi Appear to Talk in a Language Similar to Humans” by Hannah Osbornehttps://www.newsweek.com/fungi-language-communication-talk-similar-humans-1695146“The Fungus Among Us May Have Their Own Mushroom Language” by Melissa Truth Millerhttps://nerdist.com/article/mushrooms-fungus-may-communicate-via-language-50-words/“Do Trees Talk to Each Other?” by Richard Granthttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-whispering-trees-180968084/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.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/poop-of-youth-robot-roaches-chatty-fungus

Theories of the Third Kind
Cosmic Fungus and The Little Old Lady Killer - Theories Thursday

Theories of the Third Kind

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 68:11 Very Popular


On this episode we discuss a woman named Juana Barraza, who was a professional wrestler by day and a serial killer by night. We also discuss Cosmic Fungus and the possibilities of it being the cause of human consciousness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices