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BrownTown on BrownTown. Join Caullen and David as they celebrate BnB's 100th episode with guest hosts and homies Samantha Grund-Wickramasekera and Camille Williams. Sam is a long-time listener and SoapBox board member while Camille was one of the first podcast guests. As collaborators and friends of BrownTown, they have seen the podcast and SoapBox as a whole grow over the years and detail that as they lead a reflection on where the podcast has been, where it is, and where it's going. Here's to 100 more!GUESTSSamantha Grund-Wickramasekera is a proud Chicago native and Chicago Public School graduate who grew up in West Rogers Park. She graduated summa cum laude from DePaul University with a double major in political science and women and gender studies, with a minor in LGBTQ studies. Samantha became a Double Demon when she attended DePaul's College of Law and graduated with a Juris Doctor and a Healthcare Law certificate in 2017. Since then, she has served as the senior judicial law clerk to the Honorable Franklin U. Valderrama in the Circuit Court of Cook County and as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Illinois. Currently, she serves as an appellate judicial law clerk to the Honorable Cynthia Y. Cobbs in the Illinois Appellate Court, First District, where she reviews and decides state-based criminal and civil appeals. She also serves as an adjunct professor at DePaul's College of Law, focusing on appellate advocacy. Samantha has served as a board member on Soapbox's Board of Directors since 2020 and has authored various editorials for the organization. Finally, Samantha is the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors and the daughter of a Sri Lankan immigrant. She is proudly brown, Jewish and intersectional, loves lifting weights and playing soccer, will judge a restaurant entirely on the quality of its French fries, and is the mother of the best doggo in the world, Hallo Mahalo.Camille Williams is a South Side resident, a community member whose foundation is built on advocacy. Camille is currently studying Health Science at Rush University and is the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility Lead at Chicago Votes.Mentioned Episodes:Ep. 7 - Public Health & The Death Gap ft. Jessica PuriEp. 8.3 - Sexism in Mixed CompanyEp. 14 - Chi DNA: Electoral & Radical Politics ft. Camille WilliamsEp. 19 - Happy Father's Day ft. Larone EllisonEp. 25 - *LIVE AT DEPAUL* Chi DNA: Exile, Refuge, & Displacement ft. Jessica Puri & Heavy CrownzEp. 29 - Code Switching ft. Heavy CrownzEp. 37 - Public Health 2.0 ft. Le Greta HudsonEp. 53 - Police Abolition ft. Ariel AtkinsEp. 95 - HomeThe Collective Freedom Project (2021)Whiskey & Watching (2022-Present) CREDITS: Intro music Celebration by Kool & The Gang and outro instrumental Weakest Link by Woozy & GENTA. Audio engineered by Kiera Battles. Episode photo by Aidan Kranz. Listen to all the episodes on your chosen podcast application and SoapBoxPO.com/Podcast for more information.--Bourbon 'n BrownTownFacebook | Twitter | Instagram | Site | Linktree | PatreonSoapBox Productions and Organizing, 501(c)3Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Site | Linktree | Support
How can we transmute the energy of past trauma and abuse and its effects on our thoughts and daily lives? Find out on today's Life Question of the Week. Next, Michael sits down with Dr. Habib Sadeghi, founder of Be Hive of Healing, an integrative medical center based in Los Angeles that specializes in multi-disciplinary treatment for chronic illnesses. Habib is currently a Clinical Instructor of Family Medicine at the Western University of Health Sciences and is a regular contributor to Goop, CNN, BBC News, and the Huffington Post. He is the author of two books, “The Clarity Cleanse: 12 Steps To Finding Renewed Energy, Spiritual Fulfillment and Emotional Healing,” and “Within: A Spiritual Awakening To Love & Weight Loss,” as well as the publisher of the health and well-being journal, MegaZEN. In this episode, Michael and Habib discuss: --How Habib's spiritual awakening after almost drowning and his journey through healing his testicular cancer during his second year of medical school radically shifted his perception and understanding of medicine, healing, and well-being --Opening his integrative wellness clinic, Be Hive of Healing, in 2005 and its multi-disciplinary treatment approach --Looking at the root causes of acute and chronic illnesses, particularly the effects of unacknowledged and unhealed emotional memories and traumas on our bodies and why it's important to process vs. avoid them --Ideas around thinking, living, and exploring outside of our current paradigms, and the possibilities of what we can access when we are loyal to our own soul --Occurrences of spontaneous remission what it means: if it can happen for one person, then that same potential to create the conditions for harmony and wholeness to emerge is in everyone --The main tenets of Habib's books, “The Clarity Cleanse” and “Within” – and a lot more! And as always, Michael concludes with a brief meditation that encapsulates the energy of their conversation. Follow Dr. Habib Sadeghi on Instagram and follow up with him at https://behiveofhealing.com/. For practical spiritual insight and encouragement around relationships, finances, health, life purpose, or understanding world events, submit your Life Question of The Week to email@example.com. And remember to subscribe/follow and set an alert to receive notifications each Wednesday when new episodes are available! Connect with Michael at https://michaelbeckwith.com/ and www.Agapelive.com. Facebook: @Michael.B.Beckwith https://www.facebook.com/Michael.B.Beckwith IG: @michaelbbeckwith https://www.instagram.com/michaelbbeckwith/ X (Twitter): @drmichaelbb https://twitter.com/drmichaelbb YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqMWuqEKXLY4m60gNDsw61w Finally, a special thank you to the sponsors of the Take Back Your Mind with Michael B. Beckwith podcast: The Agape International Spiritual Center (www.Agapelive.com) and NutriRise, makers of Michael's AdaptoZen Superfood Greens Powder and Vitamin D3+K2 drops (https://nutririse.com/products/adaptozen-bundle)!
Title: Opioid Use Disorders in Pediatrics Target Audience This activity is directed to physicians who take care of hospitalized children, medical students, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants working in the emergency room, intensive care unit, or hospital wards. Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: Review definition and epidemiology of Opioid Use Disorders (OUD). 2. Review mechanism of action of Opioids. 3. Review medications for treatment of Opioid Use Disorders (OUD) and harm reduction principles. 4. Review considerations for when and adolescent is admitted to the hospital who happens to have OUD. Faculty: Planning Committee: Allison Williams MD, — Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine, UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Course Directors: Tony R. Tarchichi MD — Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC.) Paul C. Gaffney Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine Dr. Tarchichi has disclosed he was a member of the Advisory Board for meningococcal vaccine in immunocompromised patient for Sanofi Corp Maggie Sheng, MD — Clinical Instructor, Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No other planners, members of the planning committee, speakers, presenters, authors, content reviewers and/or anyone else in a position to control the content of this education activity have relevant financial relationships to disclose. Accreditation Statement: In support of improving patient care, the University of Pittsburgh is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team. The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine designates this enduring material activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Other health care professionals will receive a certificate of attendance confirming the number of contact hours commensurate with the extent of participation in this activity. Disclaimer Statement: The information presented at this activity represents the views and opinions of the individual presenters, and does not constitute the opinion or endorsement of, or promotion by, the UPMC Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences, UPMC / University of Pittsburgh Medical Center or Affiliates and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Reasonable efforts have been taken intending for educational subject matter to be presented in a balanced, unbiased fashion and in compliance with regulatory requirements. However, each program attendee must always use his/her own personal and professional judgment when considering further application of this information, particularly as it may relate to patient diagnostic or treatment decisions including, without limitation, FDA-approved uses and any off-label uses. Released 12/1/2023, Expires 12/1/2026 The direct link to the course is provided below: COMING SOON!!
MDJ Script/ Top Stories for Dec 1st Publish Date: Nov 30th Commercial: Henssler :15 From the Henssler Financial Studio, Welcome to the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast. Today is Friday, December 1st and Happy 77th Birthday to actress Bette Midler. ***12.01.23 - BIRTHDAY - BETTE MILDER*** I'm Dan Radcliffe and here are the stories Cobb is talking about, presented by Engineered Solutions of Georgia 26-Year-Old Killed in Cumberland Hotel Shooting Tuesday Cobb Commission OKs $1.6 Million for 2025 MLB All-Star Game 'It's not a fee, it's a tax': Republican Commissioners Oppose Stormwater Fee Plus, Keith Ippolito's conversation with Angie Clawson Director of Communications from the Salvation Army. All of this and more is coming up on the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen and subscribe! BREAK: ESOG STORY 1: 26-Year-Old Killed in Cumberland Hotel Shooting Tuesday A 26-year-old man, Demarcus Watson, was killed in a shooting at a Cumberland hotel in Cobb County. The incident occurred around 11:45 a.m. at the Budgetel Inns and Suites. Officers responded to reports of a person shot and found Watson with a gunshot wound. Despite attempts at lifesaving measures, he did not survive. The police suspect foul play, and no suspect has been identified yet. Watson's next of kin has been notified. Authorities urge anyone with information to contact the Cobb County Police Tip Hotline at 770-499-4111. STORY 2: Cobb Commission OKs $1.6 Million for 2025 MLB All-Star Game The Cobb Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 to approve $1.6 million for security and related expenses for hosting the 2025 MLB All-Star Game at Truist Park. The funding, part of the county's 2025 budget, includes $785,000 for overtime for police officers, firefighters, and 911 operators. The remaining $800,000 will cover security and traffic equipment, planning, training programs, and meals for staff. The decision comes two years after MLB withdrew the 2021 All-Star Game from Truist Park in response to Georgia's voting law. Cobb Chairwoman Lisa Cupid expressed appreciation for the opportunity to host the event again. STORY 3: 'It's not a fee, it's a tax': Republican Commissioners Oppose Stormwater Fee Cobb Commissioner Keli Gambrill reiterated her opposition to a proposed stormwater utility fee, characterizing it as a tax without direct benefits. Cobb Water System Director Judy Jones presented details of the proposed fee, which would fund stormwater maintenance and improvements. The fee, based on impervious surface area, would result in modest increases for most residences but substantial ones for large businesses. Gambrill argued that the fee does not address existing staffing shortages and criticized the approval of a 24-inch pipe that redirected stormwater onto another resident's property. Commissioner JoAnn Birrell also opposed the fee, linking it to ongoing revenue transfers to the county's general fund. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.799.6810 for more info. We'll be right back Break: CUofGA STORY 4: Santa Takes it From the Top in Smyrna Tree-Lighting Festivities Smyrna's annual "Home for the Holidays" event in Market Village drew a large crowd to launch the 2023 holiday season. The downtown area, adorned with more colorful lights than ever, featured entertainment and the arrival of Santa Claus. Mayor Derek Norton greeted attendees and expressed satisfaction with the event's growth. The festivities included the lighting of a giant tree, Santa's arrival on an aerial platform, and group photos with Santa in a large sleigh. Multiple school choruses and musical groups contributed to the holiday spirit. The addition of a Kris Kringle Market with various vendors offering unique gifts enhanced the celebration. STORY 5: Mableton Council to Vote On Transitional Budget The Mableton City Council is set to vote on a voluntary transitional spending plan for the city, covering December 2023 to June 2024. The city, in its transitional period, anticipates revenues of $3.8 million and expenditures of $3.5 million, with a projected surplus of approximately $309,000. Motor vehicle taxes are the main income source, expected to generate $2.25 million. Expenditures include salaries, code enforcement, and legal representation. The mayor and council have a budget of $112,500 for salaries, while code enforcement has a proposed budget of about $431,500, covering personnel services and equipment. The council will also consider a resolution adopting a preliminary classification and pay plan for 13 positions. We'll be back in a moment. Break: DRAKE – CHRISTMAS PIEDMONT STORY 6: ANGIE CLAWSON SALVATION ARMY And now, here is Keith Ippolito's conversation with Angie Clawson from the Salvation Army. ***ANGIE CLAWSON*** *Episode Resources:*- The Salvation Army Donation Website- Find the Amazon Wishlist Here- Volunteer Opportunity Details- More Details on Participation and Needed Items Locations: •Publix Shamrock Plaza (Decatur): 3870 N Druid Hills Rd •Salvation Army Lawrenceville (Gwinnett): 3455 Sugarloaf Parkway •Salvation Army Marietta (Cobb): 202 Waterman Street, SE •Salvation Army Kroc Center (Fulton): 967 Dewey Street Let's make a difference together in the fight against hunger! Break: INGLES 5 STORY 7: Kennesaw State Receives $2M grant to Boost Doctoral Education Kennesaw State University's Peach State Bridges to the Doctorate Program, which supports master's students from underrepresented communities pursuing doctoral degrees in biomedical sciences, has received a new five-year training grant renewal worth $2 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The program, established in 2018, boasts a success rate of 85%, with participants often moving on to doctoral programs. The renewed grant will allow the program to offer more generous stipends to trainees and cover the costs of attendance, expanding its reach to include financially disadvantaged students STORY 8: Online Bachelor's in Health Science at GHC Ranked One of the Most Affordable in the Country Georgia Highlands College's online Bachelor of Science in Health Science program has been recognized as one of the most affordable in the nation by Intelligent.com. Established in 2020, the program offers concentrations in public health, exercise science, and social and behavioral health. The school emphasizes experiential learning through internships and allows students to earn certifications while studying. With a pre-professional track, the program is not limited to pre-medical studies, providing flexibility for students to pursue various health science careers. The college has partnerships with institutions like Trinity School of Medicine, University of West Georgia, and Morehouse College. Break: Henssler :60 Signoff- Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Marietta Daily Journal podcast. If you enjoy these shows, we encourage you to check out our other offerings, like the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast, the Gwinnett Daily Post, the Community Podcast for Rockdale Newton and Morgan Counties, or the Paulding County News Podcast. Read more about all our stories and get other great content at MDJonline.com. 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Diane Rowland is the Dean of the College of Earth, Life, and Health Sciences (formerly Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture) and Director of the Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station at the University of Maine. For most of her career, Diane has specialized in the physiological mechanisms of crop stress, particularly related to drought and crop water scarcity resilience. She pioneered the development of primed acclimation, a water management system that capitalizes on the nearly universal priming response in crop plants to enhance drought tolerance. Diane began her scientific career as a research plant physiologist and lead scientist with the USDA Agricultural ResearchOur conversation was recorded in October 2023~~~~~The Maine Science Podcast is a production of the Maine Discovery Museum. It was recorded at Discovery Studios, at the Maine Discovery Museum, in Bangor, ME. The Maine Science Podcast is hosted and executive produced by Kate Dickerson; edited and produced by Scott Loiselle.The Discover Maine theme was composed and performed by Nick Parker.To support the Maine Discovery Museum: https://www.mainediscoverymuseum.org/donate. Find us online:Maine Discovery MuseumMaine Science FestivalMaine Discovery Museum on social media: Facebook InstagramMaine Science Festival on social media: Facebook Twitter InstagramMaine Science Podcast on social media: Facebook Twitter Instagram © 2023 Maine Discovery Museum
In this episode of The Healers Café, Manon Bolliger, FCAH, RBHT (facilitator and retired naturopath with 30+ years of practice) chats with Dr. Romi, ND, about the preventative measures available for brain health in the prevention of Alzheimer's and Dementia. For the transcript and full story go to: https://www.drmanonbolliger.com/dr-romi-fung-nd2 Highlights from today's episode include: Dr. Romi Fung, ND I'm trying to tell everyone else because right now, the evidence, at least in the written literature, it says that about a third of all dementias is preventable. But I believe that that is underestimated. I believe at least 60% If not 90% of dementia can potentially be prevented through a lot of our nutritional means dietary as well as lifestyle. Dr. Romi Fung, ND And there's one gene now that's isolated called bace-one, B A C E -1, and by eliciting it, that we actually start making and producing more of the beta amyloid plaque. And there are many things, I'm going to give you one example right now that induces this plaque, the number one I find is something called hypoxia, or lack of oxygen. Dr. Romi Fung, ND And iron is what we need to make hemoglobin in our blood. If we don't have enough hemoglobin in our blood, our ability to carry oxygen throughout the body and thus throughout the brain is impacted. ABOUT DR. ROMI FUNG, ND: Dr. Romi Fung is a naturopathic physician practicing in Richmond, BC, Canada with a special focus in dementia and cognitive health. Dr. Romi works with patients living with cognitive decline and dementia by augmenting their brain's environment. He believes there is more to dementia than just working primarily with the brain; several metabolic and biochemical factors affecting our brain emerge from the body. Dr. Romi takes a comprehensive approach in working with his patients, from screening for inflammation, insulin resistance, and imbalanced hormones – all of which contribute significantly to our brain health, to interventions, including lifestyle coaching and clinical nutrition. Dr. Romi completed his undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences from Simon Fraser University followed by graduating from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine with a Doctor in Naturopathy. While building his practice, Dr. Romi went on to complete a Master of Science in Aging and Health from Queen's University and is now pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Aging and Health, also from Queen's University. On top of his practice, Dr. Romi is an instructor teaching Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture to future naturopathic physicians and clinic supervisor at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine - Boucher Campus. Email | Website | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube ABOUT MANON BOLLIGER, FCAH, RBHT As a recently de-registered board-certified naturopathic physician & in practice since 1992, I've seen an average of 150 patients per week and have helped people ranging from rural farmers in Nova Scotia to stressed out CEOs in Toronto to tri-athletes here in Vancouver. My resolve to educate, empower and engage people to take charge of their own health is evident in my best-selling books: 'What Patients Don't Say if Doctors Don't Ask: The Mindful Patient-Doctor Relationship' and 'A Healer in Every Household: Simple Solutions for Stress'. I also teach BowenFirst™ Therapy through Bowen College and hold transformational workshops to achieve these goals. So, when I share with you that LISTENING to Your body is a game changer in the healing process, I am speaking from expertise and direct experience". Mission: A Healer in Every Household! For more great information to go to her weekly blog: http://bowencollege.com/blog. For tips on health & healing go to: https://www.drmanonbolliger.com/tips ABOUT THE HEALERS CAFÉ: Manon's show is the #1 show for medical practitioners and holistic healers to have heart to heart conversations about their day to day lives. Follow Manon Bolliger, on social media! Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube | Twitter | Linktr.ee | Rumble * De-Registered, revoked & retired naturopathic physician after 30 years of practice in healthcare. Now resourceful & resolved to share with you all the tools to take care of your health & vitality! Remember to subscribe if you like our videos. Click the bell if you want to be one of the first people notified of a new release.
Professor Mark Tomlinson is co-director of the Institute for Life Course Health Research in the Department of Global Health at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Stellenbosch University, and he joins Mike to describe significant challenges currently faced by The South African Education System and to brainstorm potential solutions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
She's back! I had the pleasure of having Nat Kringoudis on the show once again. Nat has joined me on TYCU many years ago when we first launched, and I was thrilled to invite her back on to share the evolution of women's health since then, but also the evolution of her business and personal brand which is blossoming just as it deserves to be. Nat has career spanning over 2 decades in the health and wellbeing sector and is one of Australia's most trusted and respected holistic health experts. With a Bachelor in Health Sciences, Chinese Medicine and an Advanced Diploma in Acupuncture, Nat is often dubbed as the ‘Hormone Revolutionist.' And has helped countless women get back in control of their health. In this chat we talk about Women's wellbeing and how to find balance in our hormones to make us thrive The low hanging fruit we can implement now that will kick start our hormonal changes How we can explore our libido or lack thereof Why our PMS symptoms aren't a life sentence PLUS I couldn't let her leave without her sharing some of her biggest learnings and insights on her exciting business growth, especially as she now mentors others in the health and wellbeing industry to step into their power. I love chatting to this exceptional woman, she has strength, knowledge and courage to share – that has improved the quality of so many lives. Connect with Nat here: Home - Nat Kringoudis M BODY MINERALS -- To connect with us at Guide Your Light Network, visit Home | Guide Your Light Network | Podcasts With Purpose or email firstname.lastname@example.org **CLICK HERE TO BOOK A FREE DISCOVERY CALL ** LAUNCH YOUR PURPOSEFUL PODCAST -- Join our Instagram communities here: Instagram (@maritza_barone ) Instagram (@thingsyoucantunhear ) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Getting To The Bottom Of Long COVID Join Dr. Pamela A. Popper as she uncovers the mystery of Long COVID, exploring its causes, impacts, and possible solutions. A renowned naturopath and nutrition expert, Dr. Popper provides in-depth analysis and vital insights to help us understand and deal with this lasting fallout from the pandemic. Tune in for a fresh, evidence-based perspective on Long COVID. #LongCOVID #DrPamelaPopper #HealthInsights Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
In this episode, we dive into the captivating journey of Jasmine Hodgert as she pursues her master's degree in health studies and passionately advocates for healthcare. Jasmine shares her personal story, unveiling the motivations behind her fascination with advocacy and its deep connection to the world of healthcare. Her dedication to expanding her knowledge and expertise in the field shines through as she expresses her excitement about pursuing a master's degree in health studies. She finds immense intrigue and fulfillment in advocating for others, particularly those who may have never received proper dental care. Concerned for caregivers who may lack the necessary knowledge or resources to provide adequate dental care, Jasmine voices her hope for change in this area. She emphasizes the urgent need for improved education and support for caregivers, ensuring that proper oral care reaches those who need it most. We hope you enjoy this bonus episode!
Dr. Agnes Warchalowski has an expansive career spanning nearly two decades and stands at the forefront of cosmetic medicine and nutritional science. As a Cosmetic Physician, Dr. Agnes has not only mastered the art of aesthetic improvement but also mentors and trains fellow professionals, ensuring that the highest standards are maintained across the industry. Her academic rigour, evidenced by her dual qualifications in Medicine and Health Science, complements her role as a Nutritional Medicine Practitioner. Here, she addresses the inflammation and metabolic imbalances that manifest as both internal and external health and beauty challenges. Dr. Agnes pioneers the integration of tailor-made nutritional strategies with cosmetic practice, paving the way for a holistic approach to beauty and wellbeing. She shares her evidence based insights on alternatives to drugs such as Ozempic, a lifelong approach to gut health and the interplay of nutrition, gut microbiome and ageing well. Today, we'll tap into Dr. Agnes's knowledge, uncovering how the food we eat, effective use of supplements, and integrative treatments impact the quest for vitality and visual youthfulness. From the role of biotics to the future of longevity medicine, this is a journey through the latest in anti-ageing research and innovation. Watch the episode here:https://youtu.be/60boHDuaalwSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"I'm grateful for where I'm planted in each season of life.” - Caleb Cooper What would you do differently with your health if there were no barriers? Would you choose more organic? Workout at a gym? Plug into your community through classes or even see a therapist? Join Dr. Michelle Robin as she invites Caleb Cooper from the YMCA of Greater Kansas City to share why their organization is focused on health equity in our community - a state in which everyone has a fair and just opportunity to attain their highest level of health. He'll also explain how kindness and gratitude overlap within their mission, and why he recognizes that many people choose the Y because they find kindness and gratitude within their walls. Caleb will also explain why it's a human need to feel like we belong, and how the Y delivers on that need. At the end of the episode, he'll also share some personal stories that he recalls over his 20-year career with the Y. Each one is rooted in the power of what happens when we give people an opportunity to reach for the best version of themselves. About Today's Guest: Caleb Cooper joined the YMCA of Greater Kansas City as Chief Operating Officer. He brings mor than 20 years of experience from the Ys across the country. Most recently, he was the Vice President of Equity and Belonging for the YMCA of South Hampton Roads. In previous roles, Cooper successfully led more than 14 Y locations, raised over 2 million to benefit marginalized communities, created a diversity, equity and inclusion department, and rebranded six Ys as Health Equity Campuses. As COO of the YMCA of Greater Kansas City, he is a key member of the executive leadership team which is focused on supporting the vision and setting the strategy for all operations and programs. Cooper leads a comprehensive and complex array of services and programs that focus on healthy living, youth development, and social responsibility in 11 membership centers and more than 90 before- and after-school programs and summer-day camps in 14 school districts. He also provides leadership for Marketing and Communications. Cooper has a bachelor's degree in business management (Human Resources). His volunteer work has included serving as a board member for Rotary, Exchange Clubs, Sentara College of Health Sciences, Hampton Roads Diversity and Inclusion Consortium, and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated. Outside of work, Cooper enjoys golf, coaching soccer, fishing, and spending time with his family, which includes his wife Crystal and their two children. Mentioned in the Episode: YMCA of Greater Kansas City YMCA locations in the U.S. Small Changes Big Shifts Quadrants of Well-Being
Dr. Matthew Klein is a professor of Physical Therapy at West Coast University Center for Graduate Studies. He is a residency and fellowship-trained clinician and professor specializing in orthopedic, geriatric, and sports rehabilitation. He is further specialized in running sports and treating runners of all ages and abilities. He graduated from Western University of Health Sciences in 2016 with his doctorate, passed boards the same year. He studies Achilles Tendinopathy, has an extensive history in the footwear world, working in the running industry for years prior to becoming a Doctor of Physical Therapy. He has participated in and written research on footwear and running and continues to discuss and learn about those and more. He currently consults for several footwear companies helping with the development of shoes with appropriate biomechanics in mind. EPISODE OUTLINE:(00:01) Choosing the Right Running Shoe(12:26) Weight's Impact on Shoe Selection(15:31) Impact of Shoe Selection on Injuries(32:45) Transitioning to Super Shoes, Injury Risk(42:58) Age and Running Performance Impact(50:49) Sharing Information on Foot HealthTRANSCRIPT:https://share.transistor.fm/s/d1841dae/transcript.txtEPISODE LINKS:Matt's Website: https://www.doctorsofrunning.comMatt's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kleinrunsdpt/?hl=enShow Notes:PODCAST INFO:Podcast Website: www.relaxedrunning.comApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast...Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2MMfLsQ...RSS: https://feeds.transistor.fm/relaxed-r...SOCIALS:- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/relaxedrunning- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/relaxed_run...MORE FROM RELAXED RUNNINGPersonal Running Coaching: https://www.relaxedrunning.com/personal-coachingTechnique Analysis: https://www.relaxedrunning.com/techniquecoachingFalls Creek Run Experience: https://www.relaxedrunning.com/falls-creek
I am sooooo freaking excited to be interviewing my "adopted lil Virgo sis" next week on my show. She is a fellow Kambo practitioner and we both will be sharing intimately the power of this amazing healing embodied medicine that can heal you mind/body and spirit! Her story is INCREDIBLE and will bring tears to your eyes - you won't want to miss Here is a snapshot of her story in her own words: Phyllomedusa Bicolor (AKA Kambo) is deeply rooted in my educational background. I currently have a Bachelor's Degree in Health Science with a focus on pre-medicine, which has provided me with a strong foundation in the field of healthcare. I've also spent two years as a student doctor in Oregon at the National University of Natural Medicine, where I honed my understanding of natural healing methods. My Testimony: What truly sets me apart is my personal experience with Kambo. Several years ago, I received a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, and my world changed. During my second year as a student Doctor, I received unsettling news- an MRI revealed new lesions in my brain related to a multiple sclerosis flare-up. This was a pivotal moment in my journey, and it granted me the momentum to explore alternative methods of healing. Expert Training: I was first a subject in the world's first Kambo study. However, after seeing the results of stabilized MRI's and diminished anxiety scores, I was set on learning from the best. I was able to get trained by the distinguished neuroscientist super-heading the study on this remarkable substance- Caitlin Thompson. This training has not only honed my skills but also deepened my understanding of the science behind Kambo, making me a practitioner with a unique blend of personal experience and expert training. " She and I both trained and served one another this year in our Kambo certification with @medicinefrogkambo and @guidedbyanura If you can share this powerful episode with those you know struggle with MS or other dis-ease, this may inspire them to take the next steps in their healing path with Kambo FOLLOW CHARLOTTE - https://www.instagram.com/kambo_sombo/ LEARN MORE ABOUT KAMBO HERE: https://kambohealing.now.site FIND OUT MORE ABOUT MAGDALENA GRACE HERE: https://linktr.ee/magdalenagrace JOIN OUR HEALTHY N WEALTHY N WISE MICRODOSING COMMUNITY WITH AYAHUASCA SUBSCRIPTION HERE: www.microdosingforhealth.com LEARN ABOUT MICRODOSING FOR YOUR HEALTH/WEALTH/WISDOM JOURNEY https://microdosingforhealth.now.site WANNA SIGN UP AND BE A PLEDGING PATRON FOR HEALTHY N WEALTHY N WISE? https://patron.podbean.com/loiskoffi JOIN OUR TELEGRAM CHANNEL FOR MORE INSPIRATION https://t.me/healthynwealthynwise JOIN HER FACEBOOK COMMUNITY AT HER PODCAST WEBSITE: www.healthynwealthynwise.com SUBSCRIBE TO HER YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/loiskofficoffee
Dr. Frank L. Douglas is an award-winning industry veteran with three decades of experience in healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and entrepreneurship. He served as Executive Vice President, Chief Scientific Officer and Member of the Board of Management of large Pharmaceutical companies such as Aventis AG, now Sanofi, SA. Dr. Douglas recently served as CEO of THEVAX Genetics USA Inc. and Member of the Board of TheVax Genetics Vaccine Co. He is also the co-founder of Douglas Ahmed Consulting (DAC). Some of his past experiences include being President and CEO of the Austen BioInnovation Institute in Akron, Executive Vice President, Chief Scientific Officer and Member of the Board of Management of Aventis AG, Chief Scientific Advisor of Bayer Healthcare, AG, Founder and First Executive Director of the MIT Center for Biomedical Innovation, Professor of the Practice in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management, MIT Departments of Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering and the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science and Technology.Dr. Douglas holds a Ph.D. in physical chemistry and an M.D. from Cornell University. He did his internship and residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institute and a fellowship in neuroendocrinology at the National Institutes of Health. In addition to his impressive career achievements, Dr. Douglas has led clinical trials and presented on healthcare disparities at ROCHE Pharma, UK. He conducted workshops and case study presentations at HBCUs namely at Lehigh University and MIT, the University of Akron, and Weill Cornell Medical School.Dr. Douglas is the founder and CEO of SAFE HAVEN DIALOGUES LLC, and has also authored two groundbreaking books, entitled “Defining Moments of a Free Man from a Black Stream” and “Until You Walk in My Shoes: A Reframing Methodology to Overcome Systemic Discrimination".AWARDS- Global Pharmaceutical Research and Development Director of the Year Award in 2001 and 2004- Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers in 2002- Black History Maker Award in 2007- Geoffrey Beene Foundation and GQ Rockstar of Science, and the Odyssey Award from the Center of Medicine in the Public Interest in 2010- Caribbean Heritage Award for Entrepreneurship in 2011
Andrew M Jones PhD DSc is Professor of Applied Physiology in the Department of Sport and Health Sciences at the University of Exeter. He's internationally recognized for his research in the control of, and limitations to, skeletal muscle oxidative metabolism; causes of exercise intolerance in health and disease; respiratory physiology, particularly the kinetics of pulmonary gas exchange and ventilation during and following exercise; and sports performance physiology and nutrition, particularly in relation to endurance athletics. Prof Jones has authored more than 350 original research and review articles (>38K citations) and is co-Editor of three books. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, the European College of Sport Science, and the Physiological Society. Jones is Editor-in-Chief of Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise and serves on the Editorial Board of six other international journals in sports medicine and exercise science. Prof Jones has acted as a consultant to a number of governing bodies of sport or commercial companies including UK Athletics, the English Institute of Sport, Gatorade Sports Science Institute and Nike Inc. He's been an advisor and consultant to the Breaking 2 and INEOS projects with Eluid Kipchoge and professional endurance athletes including Paula Radcliff. Professor Jones gives his understanding of the evidence of the performance effect of the so called “super shoes” and whether they explain the recent pro marathon runner excess performance and if so, by how much. Amateur marathon runners may find interesting our exchange about the Boston Marathon and how it is getting harder to get into, and what amateur marathoners must do to enhance performance in order to qualify and get into the Boston Marathon today. Professor Jones gives his perspective on the popularized notion that when it comes to marathon training “volume is king” and if not, what would be the alternative. We talk about distance runners that are getting older, and how Professor Jones recommends changing training, if at all, for those looking to remain competitive. Finally, we talk about science and evidence-based nutrition protocol throughout the training cycle and pre-race and race nutrition. About Andrew Jones https://sshs.exeter.ac.uk/staff/profile/index.php?web_id=Andrew_Jones Twitter/X https://twitter.com/AndyBeetroot Find Us:Facebook: https://Facebook.com/EventHorizon.TvTwitter: https://twitter.com/EventHorizonTvInstagram: https://instagram.com/eventhorizon.tvYouTube: https://youtube.com/c/EventHorizonTvSupport Us:https://Patreon.com/Endurancehttps://paypal.me/EnduranceExperience
Welcome to another episode of Our Sleeved Life Podcast, where hosts Kellie and Mel talk about all things weight loss surgery. This week, they discuss the essential role of protein in post-operative recovery as they sit down with Professor Phil, the creative, unconventional founder of Dive Bar Nutrition. We get a detailed glimpse into Phil's fascinating history of music, life as a fitness coach, and personal reinvention that led him to the impressive inspiration behind Dive Bar, a fusion of a sports drink and protein shake that delivers needed protein and an energy boost to the taste buds of the bariatric community. Listen as Phil describes the profound stories he hears about Dive Bar Nutrition's impact on those who have undergone bariatric surgery and how it's become a staple in their nutritional journey. Professor Phil unveils the secrets behind the Dive Bar recipe, offering listeners an insider's perspective on formulating a protein bar that is delicious, energizing, and nutritionally dense. Tune in to learn how Dive Bar Nutrition has become a beloved choice for individuals striving to meet their bariatric protein goals. Learn about additional Dive Bar products that continue to elevate the protein supplement game. Whether you're a part of the bariatric community or simply interested in the power of protein, this episode is a must-listen. Join Kellie, Mel, and Professor Phil for a conversation that combines humor, perseverance, and the delicious world of Dive Bar Nutrition. You can find Dive Bar Nutrition on their website and Instagram. Be sure to use code OSLP to grab a discount! OSLP strives to educate and inform the bariatric community and those with predetermined ideas about weight loss surgery. Join our email list at www.oursleevedlifepodcast.com for the latest OSLP updates. Please consider supporting us on www.patreon.com/OSLP and become a Badass Benchie! Watch the replay for JBY2023 at www.jbyawards.com OSLP Amazon Storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/oursleevedlifepodcast OSLP - Recommended Products: www.procarenow.com https://divebarnutrition.com www.greatideas.net.au -Portion Perfection http://seqn.cc/m/oursleevedlifepodcast - Join Sequence https://devotionnutrition.com/ www.sabpweightloss.com - Tell them OSLP sent you http://ambassador.trevita.com/osl- Mexico WLS https://thesleeveddietitian.com Discount Codes from OSLP @procarenow OSLP @portionperfection OSLP @divebarnutrition OSLP @joinsequence OSLP @bariatric_fusion OSLP @builtbar OSLP @devotionnutrition OSLP5 @the.t.r.i.b.e.membership OSLP @obvi OSLP15 @javy OSLP20 @ubasocial OSLP
On today's show, Alan Jones AO discusses the latest stories in Australian politics. Later, Dr. George Halasz discusses the necessary re-examination of gender-affirming medicine. Also, Dr. Renee Heath, MLC, discusses the latest stories in Australian politics. GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Alan Jones, is one of Australia's most well-known and popular radio broadcasters. Jones was a former Wallabies coach who began his radio career in 1985 as a morning's host on Radio 2UE. He spent 16 years there, the majority as the network's breakfast presenter, before moving to 2GB in 2001. He was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in 2005, for service to the community, to the media, and to sports administration. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: Dr George Halasz is a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist and Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Monash University, located at the Department of Psychological Medicine at Monash Medical Centre, Clayton, and in private psychiatry practice. https://www.halasz.com.au/ GUEST 3 OVERVIEW: Dr Renee Heath is the Liberal Party member for the Eastern Victoria Region in the Victorian Legislative Council. She was secretary of the Parliamentary Liberal Party from December 2022 to May 2023. Prior to entering Parliament, Renee was a health professional with a Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (Chiropractic), treating patients of all ages and backgrounds across Gippsland. She has led rewarding community projects that improved children's health and the local environment and has a long history of volunteerism and community service.
Why are more people not questioning the status quo in healthcare and the need for affordable and accessible healthcare for all? In this episode, Dr. Lana shares the necessity of questioning the existing healthcare system and advocating for affordable and accessible healthcare, the impact of harmful chemicals in everyday products on our health, and the importance of comprehensive hormone and nutrient testing for optimal health. We also discuss various strategies to manage and improve hormone health, the importance of personalized healthcare, and the advantages of naturopathic healthcare practices. Dr. Lana Butner is a Board-Certified Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc). She earned her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (now known as Sonoran University of Health Sciences) and her Masters of Science in Acupuncture from the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture in Arizona. What we discuss: [00:05:35] - The significant impact of harmful chemicals in everyday products on our health [00:18:00] - The critical role hormones play in body weight regulation and the importance of understanding these complexities for maintaining health and strategies to manage and improve hormone health [00:24:25] - The importance of personalized healthcare plans and why a generalized approach does not yield effective results in healthcare [00:33:15] - The potential future of healthcare practices and how these practices could evolve to better serve patients [00:38:00] - Key tests women should prioritize in order to stay on top of their health [50:10:00] - Resources for holistic healthcare Thank you to our sponsors: Manna Vitality: Go to www.mannavitality.com and use code DARIN12 at checkout for 12% off. Tech Wellness: Go over to techwellness.com/darin and use code DARIN for 15% off. Barùkas: Go to www.barukas.com and use code DARINPOD10 for a 10% discount. Find more from Dr. Lana: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drlanabutner/ Website: https://www.drlanawellness.com/ Resources: https://www.drlanawellness.com/downloads Find more from Darin: Website: https://darinolien.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/darinolien/ Book: https://darinolien.com/fatal-conveniences-book/ Down to Earth: https://darinolien.com/down-to-earth/
Blood Draw And Your Immune System Dive into this illuminating talk with Anthony Williams, also known as the Medical Medium, as he elucidates the intricate relationship between blood draws and our immune system. Williams unravels scientific complexities with ease, making this discussion a must-watch for anyone seeking to understand their body's defenses and enhance their health. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from one of the most respected voices in health and wellness. #AnthonyWilliams #MedicalMedium #immunesystem Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
Men are less likely to participate in Alzheimer's research and seek a diagnosis. This lack of representation extends more specifically to Black men. We enlisted Dr. Robert W. Turner II, an assistant professor at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, to help us answer questions about why these conversations are so important to have. We also discuss how to create a supportive community for men to talk about brain health and get involved in research.
In this episode of Behind the Research, we dive into the research article titled "Designing a Conceptual Framework to Align Learning Objectives to the Interprofessional Education Collaborative Core Competencies, a Narrative Review." Dr. Norman Belieza and Dr. Maureen Johnson, assistant professors from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, join us to discuss their findings. We also welcome Assistant Professor Jocel Regino from the University of Santo Tomas as a reactor. The conversation centers around the importance of interprofessional education and its impact on effective collaboration between different healthcare professions. Tune in to learn more about the integration of professions in the field of physical therapy. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ptmealpodcast/support
In this EP my wife and business partner Jaime Livingston and I spend time with James Gardiner and our Reconditioning Mastermind community discussing topics around Reconditioning and athlete development. This is James' second session on LYM. James is an Athletic Therapist, and Strength & Conditioning Specialist, and holds a Master's degree in Kinesiology and Health Science.James has been the Lead AT with the Vancouver Whitecaps, Head Athletic Trainer in the Blue Jays system, as well as a Rehab Coordinator at York University. He also acted as a performance consultant with the University of the Bahamas and created wellness/lifestyle programming for professionals and students during his time there. He currently leads the performance department at Everest Academy in Toronto, Ontario. I think you find lots of golden threads in this session. If you liked this EP, please take the time to rate and comment, share with a friend, and connect with us on social channels IG @Kingopain, TW @BuiltbyScott, LI+FB Scott Livingston. You can find all things LYM at www.LYMLab.com, download your free Life Lab Starter Kit today and get busy living https://lymlab.com/free-lym-lab-starter/Please take the time to visit and connect with our sponsors, they are an essential part of our success:www.MatrixFitness.comwww.VALD.com https://bstrong.training/ - Take advantage of 10% savings and use the coupon code LYMBstrong
GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Alan Jones, is one of Australia's most well-known and popular radio broadcasters. Jones was a former Wallabies coach who began his radio career in 1985 as a morning's host on Radio 2UE. He spent 16 years there, the majority as the network's breakfast presenter, before moving to 2GB in 2001. He was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in 2005, for service to the community, to the media, and to sports administration. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: Dr Renee Heath is the Liberal Party member for the Eastern Victoria Region in the Victorian Legislative Council. She was secretary of the Parliamentary Liberal Party from December 2022 to May 2023. Prior to entering Parliament, Renee was a health professional with a Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (Chiropractic), treating patients of all ages and backgrounds across Gippsland. She has led rewarding community projects that improved children's health and the local environment and has a long history of volunteerism and community service.
“And because you've got no cash flow, you still can't leverage that… How many times have you heard people in their 60s, people in the 70s, say I'm asset rich, but cashflow poor? Yeah, happens all the time. And it's because they've injected all this money into the asset, which gives them a lot of equity, but they've started to run out of money.” Sanjay Parasher Top Five Tips To Make Your First Million From Real Estate1. Invest in blocks of units or commercial property.2. Understand how to calculate cash flow properties 3. Understand how a valuation works.4. Understand how to use equity and secure the deal.5. Understand how to sit goals based on your investment strategy. TIME STAMP SUMMARY01:16 Background into how Sanjay got into Real Estate05:18 Improving the property12:13 Looking at the surrounding market18:02 Trust in the long term Where to find Sanjay?Website https://thefaca.com.au/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/sanjay-parasher-90663782 Sanjay Parasher BioSanjay Parasher is a versatile professional, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who constantly pushes boundaries to unlock unlimited potential. With a background as a former professional cricketer, he transitioned to a career in health sciences, earning degrees in Health Science and Podiatric Medicine. As the founder and director of three successful health businesses, Sanjay has become Australia's highest-earning podiatrist, achieving impressive financial success. Additionally, he has made his mark in real estate, owning numerous properties, and running successful Airbnb accommodations. Sanjay's business acumen extends to the tech sector, where he founded a software solution. Despite his busy professional life, he remains dedicated to his passions for fitness, gym training, health optimization, and meditation. Guided by core values of fulfilment, financial freedom, consistency, and discipline, Sanjay prioritizes personal and professional growth. He aims to bring positive change to the lives of those he interacts with through his businesses and personal endeavours, serving as an inspiring figure for success and fulfilment.
What is work / life balance ultimately? Is it vacation time? Is it free time? Is it freedom? Is it more money or more prestige? Everyone will have their own answer and on the road you may end up stretching yourself too far. So let's talk about what it might look like for you and how to get it in a way that keeps you healthy! Theresa Yu is the Founder of Healthinology. As a Corporate Professional Life & Health Coach, she helps high-achieving professionals take back their health, prevent burnout at work, and empowers them to build the life that they want to live. Theresa brings a multi-faceted approach to coaching her clients through holistic solutions to have a successful career and fulfilling life. Theresa blends her academic background, career, and experiences to help others achieve their goals. Since she was a young child, she embraced different experiences from her life and career that lead her to coach others. While she saw many of her peers, friends and even her own parents work extremely hard in their careers, she knew that the secret to living a successful, happy life requires work/life balance. She thinks the secret to success is to try new things and blend them all together to create a unique living experience for yourself. Theresa graduated from San José State University with a degree in the Health Sciences and minored in Humanities. Prior to this, she took on initial coursework for one year of Nursing school before leaving the major. She also has an MBA from the tuition-free university, University of the People. Theresa has worked within a variety of different organizations, from government, start-ups, to Fortune 500 companies. She lives in Southern California with her husband. Connect with Theresa here.... How to Deal With Your Micromanaging Boss: https://pages.healthinology.com/micromanager/ https://www.healthinology.com www.linkedin.com/in/yutheresa You know how much I love talking about all the aspects of wellness... with that in mind, have you checked out your Wellness Score yet? A quick little QUIZ- answer a few fun questions and find out how you score! Take the Quiz Did you miss any episodes? You can find me on all the podcast places! Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts A whole bunch of other platforms as well! Connect with me on FaceBook and Instagram Curious to find out more about how coaching can help? Book a Curiosity Call with me! #b2m #backtome #back2me #lifecoaching101 #lifecoachtraining #certifiedlifecoach #positiveliving #lifestrategist #empoweringothers #balancedlifestyle #mindsetiskey #purposedriven #coachingforwomen #lifecoachingforwomen #dowhatyoulove #lifecoaching #lifeisbeautiful #happylife #worklifebalance #morefreedom #moretime --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heatherstewartcoaching/message
00:00 – 17:04 – Producer Marc Dykton fills in for K.B. and starts the show with Andy by previewing what is to come in this show. They mention the Colts being in Germany, the Pacers winning against the Bucks, and the Bears winning against the Panthers in the TNF game. They go further into how the Pacers game unfolded. 17:05 – 23:11 – Morning Checkdown 23:12 – 43:20 – Andy and Marc talk college basketball, and Evansville vs. UHSP. They throw out what they think UHSP, the University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis and their mascot, the eutectics, stand for. Andy switches topics to the upcoming Colts v. Patriots game. Andy believes some keys for the Colts would be to protect Gardner Minshew, to keep throwing, and for the offensive line to dominate well enough to be able to run the ball, especially in the second half. Andy and Marc take phone calls on listeners' thoughts on the Colts game, and the potential Patriots' rivalry. 43:21 – 1:03:18 – ISC's Greg Rakestraw joins the Wake Up Call and talks the Monon Bell Classic, where DePauw and Wabash have met on the football field since 1890 and have competed for possession of the Monon Bell since 1932. He gives his input on the Colts v. Patriots game, how the rivalry has changed, and how he believes the Colts can bring out a win. Marc then asks Greg for his thoughts on Shaq Leonard's comments and how the Colts should move forward. Greg finishes the conversation by sharing a story about the farthest trip he's ever taken to broadcast a game. 1:03:18 – 1:09:20 - Morning Checkdown 1:09:21 - 1:29:33 – Derrick White calls in and gives a “boots on the ground” report from Frankfurt, Germany. Andy and Marc turn the conversation to what Shaq said in the locker room and how the Colts have reacted to this frustration. 1:29:34 – 1:31:49 – Quick thoughts on the Big Ten's possible suspension of Michigan's Jim Harbaugh 1:31:50 – 1:49:56 – Alex Golden of the Setting the Pace Podcast joins the Wake Up Call with Andy and Marc to talk about the Pacers' close 126-124 win against the Bucks. Alex talks on the significance of this winning home run the Pacers have had at Gainbridge Fieldhouse and how it's going to feed into the rest of the season. Alex gives his input on the Buddy Hield trade rumors and shares his prediction on how Hield's season is transforming to be on the up and up. Alex touches on Jarace Walker's lack of playing time due to the Pacers trying to develop their younger players. 1:58:35 – 2:00:16 - Morning Checkdown 2:00:17 – 2:06:37 – POP QUIZ 2:06:38 – 2:17:46 – Andy and Marc give theirs and K.B.'s picks and other predictions for the Colts vs. Patriots game.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MegaQuake 2024: How 3 Timelines and 7 Events Signal Apocalyptic TimesInterview with Richard RuhlingIn this episode of Faith and Family Fellowship, Dallas interviews Richard Ruhling, author of "MegaQuake 2024: How 3 Timelines and 7 Events Signal Apocalyptic Times".About the Author:Dr. Richard Ruhling, MD, MPH, is a seasoned medical professional who earned board certification in Internal Medicine and shared his expertise by teaching Health Science at Loma Linda University. Notably, the National Institutes of Health recognized his contributions by gifting his institution $40 million for a study focused on understanding why the local community enjoyed a longer lifespan, a study that underscored the health benefits of a vegan or vegetarian diet and the potential reversibility of numerous diseases through wise dietary choices.About the Book:"MegaQuake 2024: How 3 Timelines and 7 Events Signal Apocalyptic Times" intricately weaves together seismic predictions, biblical prophecies, and historical parallels, culminating in a stark warning of an imminent megaquake. The narrative, supported by analyses of the Pacific 'Ring of Fire' and interpretations of biblical passages, identifies the spring of 2024 as a pivotal moment. Historical events, from the Pope's visit to Congress to the legalization of homosexual marriage, are cited as precursors, aligning with a calculated timeline reminiscent of past celestial occurrences. The looming seismic event is portrayed as a catalyst for the day of the LORD, echoing historical signs like the Dark Day of May 19, 1780. Readers are urged to consider these warnings seriously, pondering a future where geopolitical and biblical events converge, prompting a reassessment of urban living in anticipation of potential catastrophe.Buy the Book: https://a.co/d/gfmRIQuThank you for listening and supporting the 'Faith and Family Fellowship PODCAST SHOW'. We are excited to connect with our listeners on our various platforms. Below are just some of the ways you can connect with us and support our various Christian Ministry projects worldwide.Support the Show (https://cash.app/$laymedownministry)Connect with us on Various Platforms (https://linktr.ee/faithandfamilyfellowship)Connect with Lay Me Down Ministries (https://www.facebook.com/LayMeDownMinistries)For Marketing and Publishing needs, Buscher's Social Media Marketing LLC (https://www.facebook.com/buscherssmm)
Some University of Auckland managers were uncomfortable with Dr Siouxsie Wiles' 'celebrity' status during Covid-19 and gave her the nickname 'Brand Siouxsie', a court heard today. Wiles is taking on the university in Employment Court, on the grounds that they should have done more to protect her from threats directed at her during the pandemic. NZ Herald reporter Isaac Davison says the university's dean of Medical and Health Sciences had voiced concern about Dr Wiles' prominence. "He had raised concerns about the nature of that and whether some of her commentary would bring the university into disrepute." LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Katie Ferraro R.D. is on a mission to help parents and caregivers give their babies a safe start to solid foods without spoon-feeding. Katie is a registered dietitian, mom of 7 (quads, twins, and a singleton), baby-led weaning expert, and host of the top-rated parenting podcast called BABY-LED WEANING MADE EASY. In addition to her work educating tens of thousands of parents about baby-led weaning, Katie is an Associate Professor of Nutrition at the University of California San Francisco Graduate School of Nursing and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Nutrition at the University of San Diego School of Nursing and Health Science. She is a Lecturer in the Exercise and Nutrition Science program at San Diego State University and has authored a number of textbooks and chapters on clinical and infant nutrition. I knew I was going to love learning about Katie as a Shamelessmom Mom of 7! But I also learned so much about feeding and baby-led weaning that I can even apply to feeding my picky 11-year-old. This conversation is for parents of littles, of course. But, you might be surprised at the golden nuggets you'll be able to find for older kids as well. Listen in to hear Katie share: How she grew her family from 0 to 7 kids in 3 years The evolution of parenting 7 children over the last 9 years How she shamelessly asked for and received help to care for her babies What baby-led weaning and how it inspired her work today Misconceptions about baby-led weaning How to engage your kids who are past the age of baby-led weaning in the benefits of baby-led weaning The 3 rules of engagement for parents feeding your kids (when, where they sit, what they eat)) and the three rules for keeping kids autonomous feeding/eating (how much to eat, if they actually eat any) Links mentioned: Baby Led Weaning for Beginners Workshop + 100 First Foods List: https://babyledweaning.co/ Katie's podcast: Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy Katie and Baby-Led Weaning on Instagram, Twitter Pinterest, and TikTok: @babyledweanteam Katie and Baby-Led Weaning on YouTube Katie on LinkedIn We love the sponsors that make this show possible! You can always find all the special deals and codes for all our current sponsors on our website: https://shamelessmom.com/sponsor Interested in becoming a sponsor of the Shameless Mom Academy? Email our sales team at email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sanjay Parasher is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at The Foot and Ankle Clinic of Australia. Sanjay is a multi-faceted professional, serial entrepreneur, real estate investor, philanthropist, and former professional cricketer who transitioned to a career in health sciences, earning a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master's in Podiatric Medicine. As the founder, director, and owner of multiple businesses at the young age of 29, becoming Australia's highest-earning podiatrist, along with his businesses grossing more than seven figures annually, and being a trailblazing entrepreneur in the real estate industry with numerous properties and a great portfolio. Despite his busy professional life, Sanjay stays true to his passion for almost all things health-related. An avid learner, he is deeply invested in enlightenment and continuous education as well as his varied interests in business, real estate, and supercars, yet all underpinned by a quest for knowledge and self-improvement. Guided by his core values of fulfillment, financial freedom, consistency, and discipline, Sanjay leads his life and business ventures with an unwavering focus on personal and professional growth. Now equipped with the mission that drives him to bring about change not only in his own life but also in the lives of those he interacts with, be it through his businesses or personal endeavors. Sanjay Parasher's life is a testament to ambition, resilience, and a relentless pursuit of excellence, making him an inspiring figure for anyone who aspires to lead a life marked by success and fulfillment. Sanjay shared in this episode: Million-Dollar Property Success: The story of a single property's remarkable million-dollar return in one year. How To Grow Wealth Through Property How he purchased 37 properties before the age of 30, and the steps you can follow to grow a property portfolio fast. Navigating Wealth and Opportunities: A Deep Dive into Real Estate Investing. How you can buy cashflow-positive properties, even in a challenging economic environment. From Struggling Student to Podiatry Practise Success: How Dr Sanjay grew his practice into one of the most successful in the Country, and what you can learn from this. His Life-Changing Question and success habits including: Stop making excuses for yourself. Ice bath & daily Meditation. Powerful quotes that Sanjay lives by: Discipline Over Regret""Choose discipline to avoid regret." "Pride and Trust Build Character""Self-pride and trust breed character." And much more… Resources mentioned in the show: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Theparasher/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theparasher/?hl=en Linkedin: https://au.linkedin.com/in/sanjay-parasher-90663782 If you would like more insights on profit maximization for your business, visit www.ProfitHive.com.au
Bianca Silva just graduated from osteopathic medical school at the Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences and is beginning her residency in family medicine at Kaiser Permanente. She shares the story of her path into medicine, which involved growing up in an immigrant family, going to community college, transferring to a four-year university, working multiple jobs, taking post-bac courses to improve her GPA, finding a great mentor, and getting a master's degree in business administration. She highlights what she loved about studying osteopathic medicine and learning the art of hands-on healing techniques.
Navigating New Frontiers in Higher Education In the quest for sustainability and relevance, universities worldwide are confronting a pivotal moment that calls for a transformative rethinking of their traditional business models. The Ernst & Young white paper: How are you balancing the books for a digital future? discussed in the episode, created in partnership with Times Higher Education, delves into the global challenges facing the sector. The findings underscore a pressing narrative: enrollment numbers are plummeting, costs are escalating, and the old ways of cost-cutting are no longer sufficient lifelines. The Crux of Financial Sustainability Rising costs, shrinking domestic enrollments, and stagnant government funding are painting a stark picture for universities. With employment rates soaring, the allure of higher education is under scrutiny, especially as alternative learning pathways burgeon. The conversation with Catherine Friday reveals that the value proposition of universities is increasingly contested, leading to softer financial outcomes and the necessity for strategic innovation. A Paradigm Shift: Strategy, Scale, and Digitalization The traditional response to financial duress, such as downsizing and selling assets, is a mere stopgap, insufficient for long-term viability. Instead, universities are being urged to leverage their underutilized assets, like sprawling campuses now operating at a fraction of their capacity. The success stories of today's educational landscape are those institutions that understand their target students, deliver high-end educational experiences, and cultivate distinctive, tailored offerings. The Digital Transformation of Education Digital integration stands as a cornerstone of the modern educational transformation. It's not merely about transitioning analog to digital, but reimagining the very essence of educational delivery. Leading universities are employing digital strategies to create personalized, accessible, and engaging learning experiences, harnessing AI, data analytics, and innovative technologies like AR and VR to enhance the academic journey. Empowering Educators and Students Alike A resounding theme throughout the episode is the importance of teaching educators how to effectively employ digital tools to foster personalization and engagement. Students crave meaningful connections with faculty who are not just knowledgeable but also adept at nurturing these connections through digital means. Universities that excel in equipping their educators with these skills are seeing improved retention and student outcomes. The Power of Collaboration and Distinctiveness Mergers and partnerships are emerging as strategic maneuvers for universities to achieve scale and distinctiveness. The episode highlights examples like the merger of Wheelock College and Boston School of Education, which combined high-quality curriculum with robust enrollment figures, underscoring the potential of such collaborations. Rethinking Leadership and Engagement As universities navigate these changes, the role of leadership is pivotal. Transformation must be championed from within, with faculty and staff actively engaged in shaping and embracing the new direction. True leadership in higher education is about fostering collaboration, supporting innovation, and guiding institutions toward a sustainable and impactful future. Three Key Takeaways for University Presidents and Boards: Prioritize People: Focus on the individuals within the institution — the academics, students, and administrative staff — recognizing that they are the cornerstone of any transformative change. Ensuring that the needs and skills of these people are at the forefront can guide a university through change successfully. Embrace Discomfort in Change: When strategies for change evoke discomfort, it often indicates a move toward meaningful progress. Leaders should not shy away from decisions that challenge the status quo if they believe these changes can lead to a better future for the institution. Seek External Validation: Utilize external resources like consulting firms or peer networks for a "sanity check" on new strategies. This peer review approach can provide critical insights and validation, ensuring that new initiatives are sound and have considered various perspectives. This comprehensive exploration not only encapsulates the current state of higher education but also charts a course for institutions to stay afloat and thrive amidst the changing tides. It emphasizes the urgency for non-Ivy League universities to recalibrate their strategies, embrace digital innovation, and foster deep connections with their academic communities to secure a prosperous future in the rapidly evolving educational landscape. Read the transcript on our website → About Our Podcast Guest Catherine Friday EY Oceania Managing Partner, Government and Health Sciences; EY Global Education Leader Catherine has spent much of her career providing services to state and federal departments and regulators, ministerial councils, not-for-profits and NGOs in every state and territory in Australia, and in New Zealand. The implications of the work she does are far-reaching, delivering the best outcomes for citizens across education, health, human services, defense, transport and infrastructure, and central agencies. Catherine Friday on LinkedIn → About the Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton, host of Changing Higher Ed®, is a consultant to higher education institutions in governance, accreditation, strategy and change, and mergers. To learn more about his services and other thought leadership pieces, visit his firm's website: https://changinghighered.com/. The Change Leader's Social Media Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drdrumm/ Twitter: @thechangeldr Email: firstname.lastname@example.org #ShiftsInHigherEducation #HigherEdBusinessModel #HigherEdSustainability
Welcome to Episode 21 of Optimal - the Podcast! In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Julia Malkowski, who graduated with a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine in December 2017, with advanced standing, and a doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine in April 2016 from the National University of Health Sciences. Dr. Dicken, Beth Ellen, and Dr. Malkowski discuss various topics related to health and wellness. Dr. Malkowski talks about how she came to practice naturopathic medicine. She talks about using naturopathic therapies to get her infant son back to health. She also describes her work with Doctor's Data, highlighting their emphasis on examining markers for intestinal permeability and the examination of the gut flora. At Doctor's Data, they also touch on other fields of expertise like cardiometabolic endocrinology and environmental exposure detoxification. Additionally, Dr. Malkowski covers multiple types of tests like blood, urine, hair, and stool testing and discusses numerous tests and techniques for determining toxins in the body, including glyphosate and Thallium. She also discusses nutritional assessment using tests of RBC elements and blood spots for vitamin D and DNA methylation. Ready to optimize your health? Tune in now to learn from Dr. Julia Malkowski about naturopathic medicine, gut health, toxin testing, and more in this episode of Optimal – The Podcast! Episode Highlights: (01:38) Introduction for Dr. Julia Malkowski (03:19) Dr. Mikowski's personal journey and how she became involved in healthcare and preventative medicine (06:12) Her education at the National University of Health Sciences (07:43) Dr. Mikowski's current focus and work at Doctor's Data (08:17) Functional testing and the specific tests offered by Doctor's Data (12:58) Insulin sensitivity (14:16) Hepatic detox profile and how it measures phase one and phase two detoxification (18:05) Blood spot testing and its expansion (24:01) About her day-to-day work at Doctor's Data (26:05) Geographical distribution of toxins (31:30) Diet and toxin exposure (35:07) Practical suggestions for improving health (43:41) Her article published in the Townsend Letter about bacteria and the hunter-gatherer diet Where to Reach Dr. Dicken Weatherby Dicken Weatherby LinkedIn Optimal DX Resource Center Optimal DX Blog Where to Reach Dr. Julia Malkowski Dr. Julia Malkowski Website Dr. Julia Malkowski LinkedIn Dr. Julia Malkowski Instagram Dr. Julia Malkowski Facebook Where to Reach Beth Ellen DiLuglio Nutrition Mission Beth Ellen DiLuglio LinkedIn Did you find today's episode helpful? If you enjoy today's conversation, please click here to leave a review for Optimal - The Podcast. Get notified when a new episode comes out by subscribing to Optimal - The Podcast on your favorite podcast app! Education is the most effective way to make a change. Help others get the information they need by sharing this episode!
Jodie Leiss and Damon Leiss are co-Executive Directors of the Midland Region of the National Academy of Health and Physical Literacy. We were excited to have them on the show to discuss their careers, physical education majors clubs, their vision for the Midland Region, and more!! Jodie Leiss is an Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education in the Department of School of Health Science & Wellness at Northwest Missouri State University. Leiss is a teacher educator, physical education advisor, past President of the Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.Damon Leiss is an Assistant Professor and serves in the school of Health Science and Wellness at Northwest Missouri State University in several capacities. Damon Leiss works with both undergraduate and graduate students in Applied Health Science, Physical Education, Recreation and Coaching Education.
Dr. Ron Leavitt, an audiologist with a doctorate in Audiology from Arizona School of Health Sciences, has published scientific articles and textbooks on hearing aids, ear mold acoustics, noise induced hearing loss, and assistive listening technology. He has served as a consultant to organizations like the U.S. Forest Service, American Bar Association, and Hearing Loss Association of America. Prior to private practice, he worked at Good Samaritan Hospital and Oregon State University. Here's a glimpse of what you'll learn: Dr. Ron Leavitt approach Auditory Rehabilitation Dr. Leavitt's consumers education and comprehensive program Extensive Auditory Training How price factors into conversation Many hearing aids do not treat the patient's hearing loss Markets of the over-the-counter hearing aids In this episode… Auditory rehabilitation is a comprehensive process designed to help individuals with hearing loss or hearing impairments improve their communication and listening skills. This rehabilitative approach encompasses various strategies and techniques to address the physical, emotional, and cognitive aspects of hearing loss. Dr. Ron Leavitt ensures that all hearing aids recommended in his clinic meet rigorous standards and use advanced scientific methods and technology. In this episode of the ListenUp! Podcast, Dr. Mark Syms has an informative interview with Dr. Ron Leavitt on the hearing rehabilitation and hearing aids treating patient's hearing loss. They discuss the articles he wrote, the findings, and how it applies to modern audiology. They also go over comprehensive education programs, extensive auditory training and over-the-counter hearing aids. Sponsor for this episode... This episode is brought to you by the Arizona Hearing Center. The Arizona Hearing Center is a cutting-edge hearing care facility providing comprehensive, family-focused care. Approximately 36 million Americans suffer from some sort of hearing loss, more than half of whom are younger than the age of 65. That's why the team at the Arizona Hearing Center is focused on providing the highest-quality care using innovative technologies and inclusive treatment plans. As the Founder of the Arizona Hearing Center, Dr. Mark Syms is passionate about helping patients effectively treat their hearing loss so that they can stay connected with their family and friends and remain independent. He knows first-hand how hearing loss can impact social connection and effective communication. By relying on three core values—empathy, education, and excellence—Dr. Syms and his team of hearing loss experts are transforming the lives of patients. So what are you waiting for? Stop missing out on the conversation and start improving your quality of life today! To learn more about the Arizona Hearing Center, visit https://www.azhear.com/ or call us at 602-307-9919. We don't sell hearing aids—we treat your hearing loss.