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Reddit Readings: Top Stories and Posts
#80 - r/TIFU | TIFU By Not Performing Basic Hygiene...

Reddit Readings: Top Stories and Posts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 19:06


Today we are back on the r/tifu subreddit and listening to stories from people that fucked up. Enjoy!https://www.redditreadings.com/https://audiobookkraken.com/

Bulletproof Hygiene
PATIENT CARE: The Invisible War with Dr. Tom Nabors

Bulletproof Hygiene

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 64:45


Bulletproof Hygiene Podcast Episode 52 Hosts: Charissa Wood, RDH  & Brittany Simon, CRDH, BASDH Guest: Dr. Tom Nabors Key Takeaways:IntroductionThe ShiftLevel Of DetectionAA And PG ConcentrationTesting For Subclinical DiseaseFollow Medical Model References: Summit Mighty Networks: Bulletproof Hygiene  Bulletproof Hygiene: The Guide For Finding Fulfillment Through Purposeful, Profitable Hygiene Direct Diagnostics Tweetables: Our mouth is an open environment. Dr. Tom Nabors Level of detection is extremely important. Dr. Tom Nabors We can prevent, predict, and personalize therapy by these organisms. Dr. Tom Nabors What we can see is not as important as what we can't see. Dr. Tom Nabors We can make a difference, sometimes it just requires change in the process that we are doing. Dr. Tom Nabors

WDR 5 Quarks - Wissenschaft und mehr
Stickstoff bedroht die Artenvielfalt - Geht's auch ohne Windeln?

WDR 5 Quarks - Wissenschaft und mehr

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 88:41


So bedroht Stickstoff die Artenvielfalt; Babypopo: Geht's auch ohne Windeln?; Expertise: Erfahrung zählt, nicht die Meinung; Corona-Impfung für Schwangere und Stillende; Telefonanbieter wollen von Apple weniger Datenschutz; Flora incognita: Pflanzenerkennungs-App hilft der Wissenschaft; Klimapolitik: Geht das Versprechen vom grünen Wachstum auf?; Weibliche Ejakulation: die vergessene Körperfunktion; Moderation: Marija Bakker.

Dental A Team w/ Kiera Dent and Dr. Mark Costes
Episode 474: Hygiene Handoffs: Up Your Case Acceptance!

Dental A Team w/ Kiera Dent and Dr. Mark Costes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 14:02


Did you know there's a direct correlation between a perfect handoff and your case acceptance? Kiera explains in this episode, sharing perspectives from both doctors and hygienists. Remember the ICRP method? She touches on that, and gives pro tips on upping that case acceptance through handoffs. Episode resources: Reach out to Kiera Listen to episode 407, WWDD: What Would Doctor Do? Learn about the ICRP method in episode 383, How to Shorten Exam Times AND Keep Value Subscribe to The Dental A-Team podcast Become Dental A-Team Platinum! Review the podcast on iTunes

Livenet.ch Podcast
18.01.2022 | Livenet-Talk: Ist das Misstrauen gegenüber den Medien berechtigt?

Livenet.ch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 42:53


Der Medienwissenschaftler Vinzenz Wyss und die Epidemiologin Annelies Wilder-Smith sprechen mit Chefredaktor Florian Wüthrich über den Einfluss der Corona-Pandemie auf die Schweizer Gesellschaft. Welches Zeugnis stellen sie den Medien und der Regierung punkto Kommunikation aus? Wie hat das Virus den Umgang miteinander geprägt? Wo wird die Bevölkerung in Zukunft ihre Informationen beziehen? Gäste im Talk: - Vinzenz Wyss (Professor für Journalistik und Medienwissenschaftler an der ZHAW) - Dr. Annelies Wilder-Smith (Professorin für neu auftretende Infektionskrankheiten an der London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)

Bericht für die Lebensmittelbranche
#084 Steigende Corona-Zahlen: Notwendige Maßnahmen in der Arbeitssicherheit

Bericht für die Lebensmittelbranche

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 29:13


In praktisch in allen Bundesländern steigt der Inzidenzwert. Dazu viele Mitarbeiter. Auf der anderen Seite sind viele Mitarbeiter geimpft und drängen teilweise auf Lockerungen. Was ist jetzt im Betrieb anzupassen? Herrn Markus Wellmann als Fachkraft für Arbeitssicherheit gibt Hinweise, was in Betrieben jetzt anzupassen ist – und was nicht. Ihre Experte Marcus WellmannReferent Umwelttechnik und Arbeitssicherheit Kontaktdaten Gesellschaft für Arbeitssicherheit- und Umweltmanagement Sachverständigenwesen mbH Haus des KFZ-Gewerbes Billstraße 41 20539 Hamburg Tel.: +49 (40) 78952131 Weiter Informationen zum Thema dieser Folge Online-Seminar-Serie „Corona: Maßnahmen für die Lebensmittelindustrie“ finden Sie unter www.behrs.de/7293 oder senden eine email an akademie@behrs.de. Wir freuen uns immer über ein Feedback. Schreiben Sie uns Ihre Meinung an podcast@behrs.de. Links Kostenfreie Informationen zu Hygiene und Recht BEHR'S…SHOP BEHR'S…AKADEMIE BEHR'S…ONLINE QM4FOOD HACCP-Portal Impressum Unsere Bitte: Wenn Ihnen diese Folge gefallen hat, hinterlassen Sie bitte eine 5-Sterne-Bewertung, ein Feedback auf iTunes und abonnieren diesen Podcast. Sie können diesen auch mit Ihren Freunden und Bekannten teilen. Hinterlassen Sie uns hier Ihre Bewertung Dadurch helfen Sie uns die Podcast immer weiter zu verbessern und Ihnen Inhalte zu liefern, die Sie sich wünschen.

A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast
Would You Be A Nasal Hygienist? Nasal Hygiene With Nathan Jones From Xlear 

A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 34:31


Please Leave a Review!   On this bonus episode we are joined by the founder of Xlear Nasal Spray, Nathan Jones. Nathan talks to us about the importance of nasal hygiene and how we as dental hygienists can also serve as nasal hygienists. Nathan provides examples of how we can educate our patients, and provide them resources for implementing xylitol into their oral and nasal care routines!   Episode Highlights How Xlear got its start Dental/Medical community and xylitol Getting your patients to use xylitol is easy  Replacements that contain xylitol  Where xylitol comes from   Quotes   “If ear infections start in the nose, I'm going to put xylitol in the nose in a nasal spray since the kids are too young to have chewing gum.”    “Dr. Williams went back and wrote 8 pages about why people should be using xylitol to wash their nose.”   “The vast majority of individuals in the dental community don't promote the use of xylitol.”   “Just using fluoride is like using masonry to repair the walls of a castle in the middle of a battle.”   “Sorbitol feeds strep mutans.”    “You only need 3-4 exposures per day in order to get the benefits of xylitol.”    “You want to tell your patients 5 exposures because they will likely get to 3 or 4”    “I would be happy if dental hygienists called themselves nasal hygienists as well.”  “In 3 minutes after using Xlear the airway volume of these individuals had improved by 20%.”    Links    https://xlear.com/    Call Xlear at 801-492-2100   Studies https://xlear.com/science/    https://xlear.com/spryscience/    https://xlear.com/articles-studies/    A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast A Tale of Two Hygienists homepage AToTH on Facebook AToTH on Instagram AToTH on LinkedIn

A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast
Would You Be A Nasal Hygienist? Nasal Hygiene With Nathan Jones From Xlear

A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 34:31


  Please Leave a Review!   On this bonus episode we are joined by the founder of Xlear Nasal Spray, Nathan Jones. On this episode Nathan talks to us about the importance of nasal hygiene and how we as dental hygienists can also serve as nasal hygienists. Nathan provides examples of how we can educate our patients, and provide them resources for implementing xylitol into their oral and nasal care routines!   Episode Highlights How Xlear got its start Dental/Medical community and xylitol Getting your patients to use xylitol is easy  Replacements that contain xylitol  Where xylitol comes from   Quotes   “If ear infections start in the nose, I'm going to put xylitol in the nose in a nasal spray since the kids are too young to have chewing gum.”    “Dr. Williams went back and wrote 8 pages about why people should be using xylitol to wash their nose.”   “The vast majority of individuals in the dental community don't promote the use of xylitol.”   “Just using fluoride is like using masonry to repair the walls of a castle in the middle of a battle.”   “Sorbitol feeds strep mutans.”    “You only need 3-4 exposures per day in order to get the benefits of xylitol.”    “You want to tell your patients 5 exposures because they will likely get to 3 or 4”    “I would be happy if dental hygienists called themselves nasal hygienists as well.”  “In 3 minutes after using Xlear the airway volume of these individuals had improved by 20%.”    Links    https://xlear.com/    Call Xlear at 801-492-2100   Studies https://xlear.com/science/    https://xlear.com/spryscience/    https://xlear.com/articles-studies/    A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast A Tale of Two Hygienists homepage AToTH on Facebook AToTH on Instagram AToTH on LinkedIn    

Urteile der Woche von MDR AKTUELL
Darf ein Corona-Testzentrum wegen mangelnder Hygiene geschlossen werden?

Urteile der Woche von MDR AKTUELL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 3:36


Kann mein Vermieter mir die Wohnung kündigen, wenn ich nur einen Teil der Miete zahle? Ist Produktwerbung mit fünf Sternen erlaubt, wenn kein Kunde eine Bewertung abgegeben hat? Die Urteile der Woche mit Katja Dietrich.

Dental A Team w/ Kiera Dent and Dr. Mark Costes
Episode 472: How to Calibrate Your Hygiene Team

Dental A Team w/ Kiera Dent and Dr. Mark Costes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 33:18


Dr. Dave Moghadam joins Kiera to discuss getting your hygiene team on the same page and at the same point of understanding. He shares his approach, and goes deeper into the following: Gather all information and establish a flow of procedure Hold a longer meeting for your hygiene team to review and add their own ideas Allow a period of follow-up for questions Transition into monthly or quarterly meetings to continually update Dr. Moghadam utilized the Dental A-Team's hygiene course to help him come up with this approach to calibrate his hygienist team. About Dr. Moghadam: Dr. Moghadam was born and raised in Morris County, New Jersey. After completing his undergraduate degree at Rutgers University in New Brunswick he went on to obtain his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry (UMDNJ) in Newark. During his time at UMDNJ, Dr. Moghadam received extensive recognition for his outstanding leadership, academic and clinical aptitude, and dedication to the profession. Some of his achievements include receiving the William R. Cinotti Endowed Scholarship and the American Student Dental Association Award of Excellence, as well as induction into the Gamma Pi Delta Prosthodontic Honor Society. He then chose to complete a general practice residency at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick where he received advanced training with an emphasis on comprehensive restorative treatment, endodontics, and implant dentistry. Dr. Moghadam is also an active member of the American Dental Association, the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Dental Associations, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He has had the honor of serving as a member of both the board of trustees and the board of delegates for the New Jersey Dental Association. Dr. Moghadam has attended numerous continuing education courses and strongly believes that furthering his knowledge and expertise is essential to providing his patients with the level of care and respect that they deserve. Episode resources: Check out Dr. Dave Moghadam's practice Listen to episode 439, How to Merge Small Practices Into Large Ones Sign up for the DAT hygiene course Reach out to Kiera Subscribe to The Dental A-Team podcast Become Dental A-Team Platinum! Review the podcast on iTunes

Bulletproof Hygiene
COMMUNICATION STATION: Don't Get Steamrolled

Bulletproof Hygiene

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 51:59


Bulletproof Hygiene Podcast Episode 51 Hosts: Charissa Wood, RDH  & Brittany Simon, CRDH, BASDH Key Takeaways:Introduction2 ThemesBe Assertive, Not AggressiveDetailed SOPKeys To Being Assertive References: Summit Mighty Networks: Bulletproof Hygiene  Bulletproof Hygiene: The Guide For Finding Fulfillment Through Purposeful, Profitable Hygiene Tweetables: When we yield to rude, belligerent, bullying patients then we sabotage our team's practice. Charissa Wood Not all patients are for our practice. Charissa Wood We have got to be willing to be uncomfortable. Charissa Wood Build your weaknesses through someone else's strengths. Charissa Wood

Umschau Quicktipp | MDR JUMP
Wie kommen Hund und Baby von vornherein miteinander klar?

Umschau Quicktipp | MDR JUMP

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 1:25


Hund oder Katze gehören schon fest zur Familie und dann kommt noch ein kleiner Mensch dazu. Werdende Eltern können dafür sorgen, dass sich alle gut aneinander gewöhnen. Dann stehen die Chancen gut, dass kleine Kinder und „ihr“ Haustier dicke Freunde werden.

KURIER daily
Omikron: Wo die Ansteckungsgefahr am größten ist

KURIER daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 28:33


Seit Beginn der Pandemie hören wir: Abstand halten, Maske tragen, Hände waschen. Doch wie gut schützen diese Maßnahmen gegen die hochinfektiöse Omikron-Variante? Wie hoch ist das Ansteckungsrisiko im Theater, in den Öffis oder auch im Supermarkt? Und wie schütze ich mich, wenn ich mit einer infizierten Person im gleichen Haushalt lebe? Miranda Suchomel, vom Institut für Hygiene und angewandte Immunologie an der Med Uni Wien, hat darauf Antworten.  Mehr Infos findet ihr, wie von der Expertin im Podcast angesprochen, auch hier: https://www.oeghmp.at/ Abonniert unseren Podcast auch auf Apple Podcasts, Spotify oder Google Podcasts und hinterlasst uns eine Bewertung, wenn euch der Podcast gefällt. Mehr Podcasts gibt es unter www.kurier.at/podcasts

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Dr Peter Hotez and Ophira Eisenberg Episode 517

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 90:22


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Today's Sponsor is TrueBill.com/Standup Peter J. Hotez, M.D., Ph.D. is Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and Professor of Pediatrics and Molecular Virology & Microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine where he is also the Director of the Texas Children's Center for Vaccine Development (CVD) and Texas Children's Hospital Endowed Chair of Tropical Pediatrics.  He is also University Professor at Baylor University, Fellow in Disease and Poverty at the James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy,  Senior Fellow at the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at Texas A&M University, Faculty Fellow with the Hagler Institute for Advanced Studies at Texas A&M University, and Health Policy Scholar in the Baylor Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy. He is the author of Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel's Autism: My Journey as a Vaccine Scientist, Pediatrician, and Autism Dad Poverty and the Impact of COVID-19: The Blue-Marble Health Approach and most recently Preventing the Next Pandemic: Vaccine Diplomacy in a Time of Anti-science Most recently as both a vaccine scientist and autism parent, he has led national efforts to defend vaccines and to serve as an ardent champion of vaccines going up against a growing national “antivax” threat. In 2019, he received the Award for Leadership in Advocacy for Vaccines from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.  Dr. Hotez appears frequently on television (including BBC, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC), radio, and in newspaper interviews (including the New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal). =---------------------------- Ophira Eisenberg is a Canadian-born standup comedian and writer. She hosted NPR's nationally syndicated comedy trivia show Ask Me Another (airing on 400+ stations) where she interviewed, joked, and played silly games with some of the biggest and funniest folks in the world.  Lauded as “hilarious, high risk, and an inspiration,” Ophira filmed her comedy special Inside Joke, when she was 8½ months pregnant. The show's material revolves around how she told everyone that she was never going to have kids, and then unexpectedly found herself expecting at “an advanced maternal age.” Inside Joke can be found on Amazon and iTunes, along with her two other comedy albums, Bangs!and As Is. She has appeared on Comedy Central, This Week at The Comedy Cellar, Kevin Hart's LOL Network, HBO's Girls, Gotham Live, The Late Late Show, The Today Show, and VH-1. The New York Times called her a skilled comedian and storyteller with “bleakly stylish” humor. She was also selected as one of New York Magazine's “Top 10 Comics that Funny People Find Funny,” and hailed by Forbes.com as one of the most engaging comics working today. Ophira is a regular host and teller with The Moth and her stories have been featured on The Moth Radio Hour and in two of The Moth's best-selling books, including the most recent New York Times Bestseller Occasional Magic: True Stories About Defying the Impossible. Ophira's first book, Screw Everyone: Sleeping My Way to Monogamyi s a comedic memoir about her experiments in the field as a single woman, traveling from futon to futon and flask-to-flask, gathering data, hoping to put it all together and build her own perfect mate. She is also sought after as a brilliant interviewer and moderator, and has interviewed dozens of celebrities, writers, and actors. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Ophira graduated with a Cultural Anthropology and Theater degree from McGill University. She now lives in Brooklyn, NY where she is a fixture at New York City's comedy clubs Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Also check out Gareth Sever  Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

Adult Film Star Network | Rebecca Love | Joclyn Stone | Sexuality | Comedy | Sex Education | Fetish | Porn | Adult Business |

Sometimes we just need some good old fashion advice on how to keep our beautiful parts in nice clean working order to stay on our best game. We will discuss how we do our private parts on a regular basis to more advance professional level for magic movie moments. Nothing is off the table when […] The post Keeping It Clean | Talking Dirty with Rebecca Love appeared first on Adult Film Star Network.

Business Daily
Starting a company to fight rare disease

Business Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 17:28


Mapping the human genome led to big advances in diagnosing rare disease. But diagnosis is only the first step in dealing with an illness. So what do you do if your child is found to have a condition that has no treatment? We hear from Michelle Teng, a mother who co-founded a biotech firm called SynaptixBio, that is looking to find the world's first treatment for a rare neurodegenerative disease. Also in the programme, the Chief Medical Officer at Genomics England, Dr Richard Scott, tells us his hopes for the future of genomics medicine. And Dr Segun Fatumo of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, explains why Africa is so important when it comes to genetic research. Presented by Vivienne Nunis and produced by Sarah Treanor. Image: Scientists look at a DNA model. Credit: Getty Images.

CHURN.FM
EP 147 | Philipp Wolf (Custify) - The importance of data hygiene when implementing a Customer Success tool.

CHURN.FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 33:40


Today on the show we have Philipp Wolf, founder of Custify.In this episode, Philipp talks about what triggered his career shift from the security industry to customer success, what Custify does, and how it helps its customers with churn, retention, and growth.  We also discussed the evolution of the customer success software market, the importance of data hygiene when moving to a Customer Success platform, and how Custify helps its customers build their customer health score systems.As usual, I'm excited to hear what you think of this episode, and if you have any feedback, I would love to hear from you. You can email me directly on Andrew@churn.fm. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter.

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Still uncertainty about Omicron peak

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 6:41


Martin McKee, Professor of European Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Hygiene Superstar Podcast
S02:E0:5 Implementing Advanced Hygiene in 2022

Hygiene Superstar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 21:19


Dr Tom and Dr Mike reflect on the past year and discuss the opportunities to elevate our care in 2022.

Bericht für die Lebensmittelbranche
#083 Mit Schokolade eine ganze Restaurantkette rund um den Globus

Bericht für die Lebensmittelbranche

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 11:38


Was man alles aus Schokolade machen kann zeigt keiner besser als die Restaurantkette Max Brenner. Max Fichtman and Oded Brenner gründeten 1996 die Kette mit jetzt 50 Restaurants rund um den Globus. Hier dreht sich alles um Schokolade. Nicht nur 3 Sorten Milch-Shakes, sondern 15 verschiedene kalte Shakes. Und dazu noch einmal 15 Sorten Hot Chocolate. Schokoladen Fondue darf hier nicht fehlen. Jedoch auch hier 5 verschiedene zur Auswahl. Ebenso mehrere Schoko-Crépes, Schokowaffeln und verschiedene Schokoladen-Pizzas. Hören Sie in dieser Folge ein spontanes Interview mit dem Store Manager Freddy. Weitere Informationen http://www.maxbrenner.com Download des kostenfreien ebooks http://behrs.de/news Wir freuen uns immer über ein Feedback. Schreiben Sie uns Ihre Meinung an podcast@behrs.de. Links Kostenfreie Informationen zu Hygiene und Recht BEHR'S…SHOP BEHR'S…AKADEMIE BEHR'S…ONLINE QM4FOOD HACCP-Portal Impressum Unsere Bitte: Wenn Ihnen diese Folge gefallen hat, hinterlassen Sie bitte eine 5-Sterne-Bewertung, ein Feedback auf iTunes und abonnieren diesen Podcast. Sie können diesen auch mit Ihren Freunden und Bekannten teilen. Hinterlassen Sie uns hier Ihre Bewertung Dadurch helfen Sie uns die Podcast immer weiter zu verbessern und Ihnen Inhalte zu liefern, die Sie sich wünschen.

The Built Different Podcast with Zach Clinton
The Built Different Podcast: Brain Health Hygiene: Tips and Tricks to Nurturing a Healthier Brain in 2022

The Built Different Podcast with Zach Clinton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 32:21


Today's episode is a conversation between Zach Clinton and world-renowned leading psychiatrist, Dr. Daniel Amen. Dr. Amen talks about the stigma surrounding mental illness, his cutting edge research with SPECT imaging, and the power of accurate thinking. He also lists the ways that listeners can practice good brain-hygiene. Amen ClinicsYour Brain is Always Listening (book)The Relentless Courage of a Scared Child (book)

Diarrhea Of The Mouth
The One About Hygiene

Diarrhea Of The Mouth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 62:36


What seems like common sense personal hygiene apparently isn't too clear to everyone. Gentlemen, they say this relates most to you. Listen in as DOTM reviews and assesses a list of basic hygiene for dudes. Get ready to take some notes. Follow us: Instagram Follow Oskar Cartaya: Instagram Website

Wyse Minds PodCast
Hygiene (Black Men) Discussion With: Al-Sufi & Dr. Heyoka

Wyse Minds PodCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 30:47


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A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast
312 The Gift of Local Anesthesia with Hygiene Edge

A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 62:02


Please Leave a Review!   On this episode of A Tale of Two Hygienists we are joined by your Hygiene-Educators from Hygiene Edge, and Teacher Tina! This week your hosts talk to us about the gift that is local anesthesia!    Special thank you to Paradise Dental Technologies for sponsoring the CE portion of our podcast so that we can provide you with the FREE CE! Be sure to view your state guidelines to ensure this CE is applicable in your State. Take the quiz for this episode here! You can view all episodes with Free CE here.    Interview Starts: 02:44.837 Episode Highlights Teacher Tina! Hit me with your best shot Practice Aids  Gift of pain free procedure  Habit  Paresthesia Resources   Quotes   “You don't have to be the person standing on Capitol Hill but you do need to be involved.”    “Put your money where your mouth is.”    “Allow the student to have practice.”    “The way to give your patient your very best is to know they are comfortable and out of pain.”    “The lack of injection videos was a big motivator for us to start Hygiene Edge.”    “Don't just tell me what anesthetic you are going to use, tell me why you are going to use it.”    “The number one cause of paresthesia is the clinician.”    “You are responsible for what you give the patient, it's not the dentist, it's you.”  Links    www.teachertinardh.com     Hygiene Edge: https://www.hygieneedge.com/    A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast   A Tale of Two Hygienists homepage   AToTH on Facebook   AToTH on Instagram   AToTH on LinkedIn    

Too Posh Podcast
BEST OF TOO POSH: Emily Austin Porn Comeback of an International Adult Starlet

Too Posh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 42:30


We are re releasing this episode of Emily Austin because this episode has been in the Top 10 of our YouTube Video's since its release. It is so interesting to get an in depth look of the life of a porn star. International Adult Super Star Emily Austin is back on the show since coming out of retirement. We are glad that this time we have YouTube video so people can watch the show if they prefer. She recently signed with a new agency and started filming porn again. The first movie since coming out of retirement is called "The Kings of Spades Club" and she tells us details about how it came about. She was very involved in the creative process of the movie. The movie also stars porn stars Veronika AVluv, Silvia Saige and Carmen Valentina, She tells us that her husband and her are not swingers but that they are in an open relationship. She is into black guys and sometimes her husband watches while she has sex with them, but not always. Emily knows how to separate the emotional from the physical and she sometimes meets guys online and sometimes they are her husbands friends. She is still on the app Dreamlover where she connects with fans. You can find her under Emily Austin. We talk about what a huge deal it is to get nominated for the AVN awards and we are all certain that Emily will be a big star at next years awards. In the past she was nominated for Best New Starlet. We learn what makes Emily different from other actresses in the porn industry. We also find out that she is not into girls. 2019 is a big year for Emily with a lot of movies, photo and video shoots to really build her brand. Emily loves Patreon where she gives her fans a lot of special content. Go check her out. Then we bombard her with lots of questions and we know all her fans want to hear the answers. Some of the questions are if she ever gets nervous and shy while shooting porn, does she watch her own movies, does she ever get used to having sex on camera, how do guys stay aroused all day. Hygiene of her co stars, body hair etc., what is her biggest turn on, does she fight with other actresses, does she take drugs and alcohol while filming or ever. We ask her if celebrities hit her up on Social Media. She is usually not star struck but she tells us her Top 5 stars and wishes they would contact her. We ask her if she still dances at the strip club Bucks. She tells us what she tells people that say that Porn is demeaning and gives men an unrealistic view of women. We ask her what was her most awkward moment ever. We ask if she ever does anything on set that she wouldn't do with her husband, how she feels about vaginal and anal bleaching, do people download her work illegally. Will she ever retire from the industry? What is the best sex she has ever had, if she is jealous, what makes her feel sexiest, what are her insecurities and the kinkiest thing she has ever done. Find her under Emily Austin on all social media outlets.

Circulation on the Run
Circulation December 28, 2021 Special

Circulation on the Run

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 28:19


In this week's edition of Circulation on the Run, Dr. Amit Khera introduces the new Social Media Editors to our Circulation listeners. Please welcome Dr. Vanessa Blumer, Dr. Pishoy Gouda, Dr. Xiaoming (Ming) Jia, Dr. Peder Langeland Myhre, and Dr. Sonia Shah to Circulation. Dr. Amit Khera: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Amit Khera, Associate Editor from UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, and Digital Strategies' Editor for Circulation. And today I have the privilege of sitting in for your usual host, Dr. Carolyn Lam, and Dr. Greg Hundley. Well, two times a year, we really have a special issue, there's no print issue for Circulation in the summer and here in that holiday time. So, fortunately, we get to use this for really whatever we want to do. Dr. Amit Khera: And today we have a very special issue. A few months ago, we transitioned over from a prior social media editor team that was Jainy Savla Dan Ambinder, and Jeffrey Hsu. We were able to recruit a fantastic group of new social media editors. You probably have seen their work behind the scenes, but you've not gotten to meet them personally. So, today I have the privilege of introducing you to our new social media editors. This group of five, that's been working for several months and we get to know them a little bit. Get to hear a little bit about their perspective on social media from fellows in training, and also what they've learned so far in their few months in working with Circulation. So, I'm going to go one by one and introduce you. And first I want to introduce you to Dr. Vanessa Blumer. Vanessa, tell us a little bit about yourself. Dr. Vanessa Blumer: Thank you so much, Dr. Khera, it is such an honor to be here. And I've had so much fun the months that I've been working for Circulation, it's truly just a privilege to work alongside this talented group. So I'm Vanessa Blumer. I am originally from Caracas, Venezuela, born and raised there, did all of my medical training back home. That included medical school, a year of rural service, or rural medicine. Then I actually did residency training in Venezuela as well. It wasn't really in my plans straight away to come to the US, but a little bit due to the political situation that we all know that Venezuela's going or suffering, I decided to come to the US. Dr. Vanessa Blumer: I did residency in the University of Miami, Jackson Memorial hospital, which I loved. Stayed there for a chief year. And then after that came to Duke University to do cardiology fellowship. I'm currently a third year cardiology fellow at Duke, doing a year of research at the DCRI, which I am enjoying a lot, and will be doing heart failure next year. I will be going to Cleveland Clinic for a year of advanced heart failure. Dr. Amit Khera: Well, you've had quite a journey, Vanessa, and congratulations, I think your match was relatively recently. So, we're excited to see where your career takes you from here and appreciate your contribution so far. Now I'm going to introduce you to Pishoy Gouda. Pishoy Tell us a little bit about yourself.     Dr. Pishoy Gouda: Morning, Dr. Khera. My name is Pishoy. I have had the privilege of doing my medical trading all over the world. I was born here in Toronto and moved to Edmonton where I mostly grew up. Since then, I traveled to Galway Ireland where I spent six years to do my undergraduate medical training. Hopped over a short flight and did my Masters in Clinical Trials in the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine before returning to Canada to start my residency training. Got to work with some amazing people in Calgary while I completed my internal medicine training, and then finally returned home to Edmonton where I am in the last few months of my adult cardiology training. Dr. Pishoy Gouda: Next year, I'm really excited to start my interventional cardiology training, which is going to be really exciting. Some of my interests, working with social media, wearable technology so working with this great group has been really awesome. Dr. Amit Khera: Thank you Pishoy. Obviously lots of travels from you as well, and we definitely appreciate your expertise and interest in social media and in technology. It's been very valuable. Next someone who's closer to my backyard. Ming Jia. Ming, welcome. Dr. Xiaoming (Ming) Jia: Hello from Houston, and thank you Dr. Khera. So, it's been a great opportunity to be involved as a social media editor for Circulation. So I'm a current cardiology fellow at Baylor College of medicine in Houston, Texas. Was originally born in China, and grew up in sunny Florida. I did my medical training in Florida as well, and then moved over to Houston, Texas for residency, and now wrapping up my last year in general fellowship. Next year, I'll be staying in Houston at Baylor for interventional fellowship. Then, hopefully after that career in interventional cardiology, but as well as preventional cardiology as well, I tended to actually interest in both interventional and preventional cardiology. Dr. Amit Khera: Very cool. I know you and I were talking about this right beforehand, how that nexus of the two fields and just some of your interest in a lot of the research you've done so far. So again, offering a unique and different perspective, which we appreciate so, welcome, Ming. Next, Peder Myhre. Peder, welcome. Dr. Peder Langeland Myhre: Thank you so much, Dr. Khera. This is Peder Myhre from Norway, all the way across the pond. And it's such a great honor to be part of this podcast, which I've been a big fan since it started a couple years ago and where Carolyn Lam has been doing with it, it's been really amazing. And I've actually been promoting it to everyone I know with any kind of interest in cardiology. My position in training right now is that I'm in the last year of cardiology training and I'm also doing a 50% post-doc at the University of Oslo with Professor Torbjørn Omland as a mentor. And as a part of my training, I was one year at Harvard University at Brigham Women's Hospital to do research with Professor Scott Solomon's group a couple of years ago. Dr. Amit Khera: Well, we appreciate your affinity and now you get to be on the podcast. That's pretty exciting as well. I should say, each of you is linked to an outstanding Associate Editor at your home institution. And so we're glad you have that mentorship as well there too. And speaking of someone at home institution, someone who I've known for a very long time, Dr. Sonia Shah. Sonya, introduce yourself, please.   Dr. Sonia Shah: Thank you, Dr. Khera. No, just to echo what everyone has said already, it truly has been an honor and a privilege to work with this awesome team. And it's been a lot of fun along the way. So I'm Sonia Shah. I'm a third year cardiology fellow at UT Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. Originally from Central Florida, actually. And then did my undergrad medical school training in Chicago and then went out to the West Coast for my residency training was out at Stanford and now I'm loving being in Dallas. So it's been a lot of fun. So I particularly have an interest in women's cardiovascular health and advanced imaging. And so currently looking for jobs now. Dr. Amit Khera: Well, I can say you've been a star fellow and have a really incredible and unique skillset. And, so we look forward to seeing what your career brings and certainly you've brought a lot to our podcast. And we'll talk more about that in just a bit, since you are longest standing social media editor currently. Well, I want to now dig in a little bit and you all again, I want to thank you for what you've done for the last several months. I certainly have learned a lot from you. We've had some discussions as a group about, thoughts about social media and how social media works. Dr. Amit Khera: And so maybe we'll start with the sort of existential question about, why social media? What is the value for journals, if you think about Circulation, but really any journal. What does social media bring? And again, you all have a unique perspective as largely fellows in training and Vanessa, maybe I'll go back to you a little bit about, why social media? What's the point of relevance about all this work that you're doing? Dr. Vanessa Blumer: Yeah. Thank you so much, Dr. Khera. I think that's a great question. And I do think that that's a question that we ask ourselves every day as we're doing this. I think the way that the medical literature has been evolving, it's been evolving in a way of social media and people are consuming more and more social media daily. I think in my own daily life, I discover articles that I'm interested in through social media a lot more than I used to before. And I also discover that I'm interested in particular articles, the way that they are transmitted in social media or the way that they're presented in social media. Dr. Vanessa Blumer: So I think we're reinventing ourselves and reinventing the way that we present to the public, the articles that we have in Circulation, so that people want to read our articles or want to read the articles that authors are doing such a great job at putting together. So I think, we are coming up with creative ideas every day and it's part of what we discuss as a group of how do we present this so that people want to read the articles and discover all the hard work that authors are putting together through different social media platforms. Because we know that people consume not just one social media platform, but several. So I think there's huge potential in social media if we use it in the right way. Dr. Amit Khera: Yeah. I think your points well taken. I know we're going to talk a lot about Twitter today, but as you pointed out, there are other media as well. That's just in the sort of main, I guess, currency and in the medical and cardiovascular literature. And you mentioned value to authors and one thing you mentioned, which I'll transition a little is about the way things are presented, help you get interested in them. And so that gets to the art of the tweet. Something we've talked about a little bit and, there's a little bit of on the job training, if you will. And we've talked about is there a gold standard in terms of what makes a good frankly, a medical journal tweet. Well, Ming, what do you think? You've been toiling over this for a few months now and tell us what you think is helpful in a medical journal tweet in terms of achieving the goals that Vanessa mentioned. Getting an audience interested in reading these articles is really doing justice for the authors to transmit their research. Dr. Xiaoming (Ming) Jia: Great question, Dr. Khera, and this is something that, as a social media editor, I'm still learning. So for me, writing a concise tweet is very important. Trying to get that essence of a entire study into a very limited number of characters. Obviously having a great figure that highlights the key findings of a study is also very important as well. Now at the same time, I think the most effective posts though, are those that serve as a hook for the paper. So, while we want are tweet to stand on their own. I think the most effective tweets helped to entice the audience to want to read a little bit more and go and read the entire manuscript. So certainly there is a art and skillset in terms of writing these effective posts. Dr. Amit Khera: Yeah. You certainly bring up some key points, right? So being concise, one by definition and but two is, there are tweets that sometimes can go on and on and that comes into using some interesting hashtags and some shortcuts. But I think your point about innuendo, enticing, not giving away the whole story, but just enough to get people to want to read more. And I think that that is an art. Dr. Amit Khera: And I've certainly seen as you all have done this more and more about how your own writing and tweets have evolved. Pishoy, we've talked a little bit about, all of you are researchers, you've all done some great research, about thinking about social media, sort of a research area. Again, since there's no gold standard about what's a great tweet, just thinking about it more of a discipline as we do any other area that we want to explore scientifically. What are your thoughts about, how do we figure out more, learn more about what makes a great tweet? Dr. Pishoy Gouda: Yeah. Evidence based tweeting is something that I've been interested in. Everything that we do, we want to make sure that we do it well and that we do it effectively and the same goes with social media posts. So what works, what raises interactions with our content. And that's something that other disciplines and advertising have been doing all the time and we should be doing the same as well. If our goal is to increase interactions with our content, then we want to make sure that we are doing it in the most evidence based way. And we've learned a few things. We know that cardiologists and individuals in medicine in general have been using Twitter much more frequently as a way to consume in both your medical and research content. Dr. Pishoy Gouda: So what makes a post great and what increases its interaction and the bottom line is we don't really know. We have a few studies and a few small randomized controlled trials that have been done that give us some insight. We know that vigor, that tweets that include images might pull readers to them a little bit more. But you know what exactly works. We have a lot of observational data, but we don't have a lot of high quality data that gives us the answer to this question. So what we've learned so far is use images, use links. If you can use graphical abstracts, that seems to help as well. But, it's something that we're continuously looking at and we're really excited to put together some new evidence coming up soon in the future. Dr. Amit Khera: Evidence based tweeting. I like it. As you and I have discussed, my predecessor Carolyn Fox had a randomized trail called Intention-to-Tweet using Circulation and then a follow-up study to that. So we hope to do also some good high quality research about social media and what works. Well, that gets to who's your audience, right? I always like to think about when you start something, who's your audience. And there could be lots of people. I think probably our strike zone is researchers, scientists, clinicians, of course, there's lots of lay individuals too, that are paying attention on social media. One thing that's different about Circulation than some other journals is this melding of basic science and clinical science. Some journals are all basic science and all clinical science and Circulation's both. Dr. Amit Khera: And I mean, frankly, that's posed an interesting challenge for this group. None of you are, including myself, are card carrying basic scientists, if you will. So we've had to translate those articles. And I would consider that both a challenge, but also an opportunity because, if we're speaking to a basic science audience, of course we may have one tone we use, but we want this basic science. I think that's the purpose of Circulation is basic science applicable to the clinician and clinical researchers. So, translating that's been a real opportunity. And Peta, maybe I can ask you about that opportunity of translating basic science for clinical researchers and clinicians. Dr. Peder Langeland Myhre: Yes. I completely agree. And I've learned so much from this job as a social media editor to really try to get the essence out of a basic science paper and the translational outlook for clinicians. Because all of the papers that are basic science that at least I came across in Circulation also have a clinical implication and a translational side of it. And I think when we read these papers and try to sum it up in one tweet, we want to keep the most important essentials of the basic science, but also extend it to clinicians so that they understand in what setting and what this can potentially mean in the future. So for me, that's the biggest challenge when we review basic science papers, but it's also perhaps the part of this job that I learn the most. Dr. Amit Khera: Yeah. I agree. I think we're all learning a lot. I've certainly learned a lot by delving in deeper into the basic science papers and figuring out how to translate them appropriately. And I think this really highlights, as you mentioned, what Dr. Hill our Editor in Chief, his feeling is basic science papers in Circulation all have to have important clinical implications. That's the benchmark, if you will. So I think we've seen that shew in terms of what papers have come across for you all. Dr. Amit Khera: Well, I'm looking now at our longest standing social media editor, Sonya Shaw, she started a few months before as sort of a transition because we certainly wanted someone in place that could help bridge between the old and the new. And Sonya, you've had a decent amount of experience now with two editorial teams. Tell us what you've learned so far by working as a social media editor at Circulation. What are some of the observations you've had and some of the things you've learned in this space? Dr. Sonia Shah: Yeah, certainly. So I think a couple things. I think my ability to accurately and concisely convey the important key points from each journal has definitely improved. But I think the other unique thing, unique perspective that we gain as social media editors is getting to actually see the behind the scenes workings of how the journal works and how papers are put together and accepted. And so I think it's been interesting to see how papers are being analyzed and the teamwork that's required by the Associate Editors and the Editors and making sure to do each paper justice and properly evaluate it. So I think that's been a really cool experience. It certainly has improved my ability to write when I try to think of, what are the key points I want to include. And how to convey information in a way that will be appealing to journals. Dr. Amit Khera: Well, thank you for that. We take this job very seriously, as you all have in that point about doing each paper justice, because you've seen, one, from the author's perspective about how much work they put in and you've been an author before and want to make sure that we appropriately appreciate that. And then also the Associate Editors, there are hours and hours of work for each paper. So even though it comes out, maybe in a few characters in a tweet, we appreciate all that's going behind it. And I'm glad you've gotten to see that process through. Ming, maybe I can come back to you. What have you learned so far by working in Circulation for the last few months? Dr. Xiaoming (Ming) Jia: I do want to echo what Sonya just said in terms of really getting a glimpse of the behind the scenes work is quite amazing. The amount of work and coordination it takes to get a paper from publication to promotion. And, we don't really get that exposure as a author for a manuscript or even as a peer reviewer. So, that part has definitely been a great learning experience. On the other side, I do find it interesting that ever since taking on this role as a social media editor, my way of writing has changed as well. So, trying to be more efficient, getting key points across and really being concise and focused in my manuscript writing. So that's been very helpful from a personal level as well. Dr. Amit Khera: We're very thankful for that. I think we always want this to be bidirectional where you all are contributing in meaningful ways. But that the goal here with fellows in training in this role, social media editors. But for you all to be learning something as well. So I'm glad that that has occurred. And we'll talk more about that in just a few minutes. Dr. Amit Khera: Well, we have a couple of international social media editors and this is my intention. We want to make sure we have a diverse group of social media editors. By background, by thought, by location. And, one way that the beauty of that is again, we get different perspectives. I guess the downside is time zones. We were just joking before, as we were starting this podcast about some of us are very early in the morning and one of our social media editors unfortunately is always late at night when we have our meetings. Peta, tell us a bit about unique observations from an international perspective. You said you've been following Circ for a while, but tell us, from your perspective in Europe, the social media process and how you see it. Dr. Peder Langeland Myhre: Thank you so much. And it's actually been a really transformation for me from before I spent my year in Boston to after. Because I really learned the potential of using social media and especially Twitter to stay updated and get the latest papers and thoughts from experts in the field. And I remember before I went there, I was often very frustrated that it was so inconvenient to get across important papers that was within my field of interest. Because all the journals were not longer sent in paper to our hospital and the websites were confusing. Dr. Peder Langeland Myhre: So when Dr. Vaduganathan at the Brigham & Women's Hospital introduced me to Twitter, that really was an eye opener for me. And, ever since that, 90% of the papers that I read I first see on Twitter. Because that's the first place, the people that are within my field, publish it or tweet it. And also I'm able to, you follow a certain amount of scientists and physicians and they have the same interest as you. So it's also, most of it is relevant for what I want to read. So it's really been a revolution for me to start to use Twitter and social media for medical and scientific purposes. And not only for friends and family. Dr. Amit Khera: Yeah. I think it's some great points. One, is even simplistically just be able to access articles, which we don't always appreciate, from people from around the world. And then obviously what many can, is follow people that have similar interests and amazing to see sort of how different people consume the literature. And for you Twitter being your entry point, I guess, for how you do that, which is I'm sure many, many people do the same. And we have another international editor you met earlier. Pishoy, tell us your perspective. And obviously you're in Canada now and have moved many places. What's your perspective from an international perspective, looking at social media? Dr. Pishoy Gouda: Coming to work at Circulation, I expected a very niche editorial board, but what I'm really finding out is boy, does it take a village. And it is people from all over the world. And it really hits home that collaboration and research has become a global phenomenon. And to be able to do art well and to appropriately represent researchers from across the world. We have an editorial board and team that is global and it really does take a village to take a paper from submission all the way through the publication team, starting from the authors to the peer reviewers, editors. But then the entire post-production team, which is behind the scenes and don't get a lot of glory, but they do a lot of the heavy lifting to make sure that, the research that's submitted gets in front of readers. And that's something that I hadn't really thought of before. And it's been really interesting to see how that process unfolds. So that's definitely been eye opening for me. Dr. Amit Khera: Well, I appreciate what you said about, when it takes a village and I would be remiss if I don't always call out Augie Rivera, who is the engine and mastermind behind Circulation, who's helping us do this podcast today and every week. But the other part is the international workings I think many may not appreciate. We have editorial board meetings every other week at very different time zones on purpose because we have people in Europe and in Asia and in Africa. And as you know, Dr. Lam who's the main podcast editor is in Singapore. Dr. Amit Khera: So, this is by intention. It really gives us a wonderful international perspective. And so we're so glad to have you two as part of our international team. Well, I think that's a great transition, a little bit to just talking about fellows in training and involvement in journals for Circulation perspective, and from the AHA, I should say, getting fellows in training involved in cardiovascular research, the editorial process, this is something that's really important to us and something we continually strive to find new ways to do. So, Vanessa, I'm going to come back to you. I know, not just at Circulation, but I know at other journals you've had some responsibilities. Tell us a little bit of what you tell other fellows in training about getting involved in journal activities. How to, and what's the benefit. Dr. Vanessa Blumer: Thank you so much Dr. Khera. I think this is such an important question. First my recommendation is, get involved in one way or another. I think there's different ways of getting involved as simple as just start reviewing articles. And the reason I say this is as I aspire to become an academic, a well-rounded academic cardiologist, I think my involvement with journals has just made me a much better researcher, a much better academic cardiologist. It's made me, I think, Sonya said this so well, it's made her a better author. It's made me a better writer. So I think it compliments what you do just so much better. I think you're better at what you do when you see the behind the scenes and you understand what happens in scholarly publishing. So I think there's different ways of getting involved. I know that Circulation has many and then probably a good way is to reach out. Dr. Vanessa Blumer: I know that people can reach out to us and we can probably guide them along the way, but different journals have different ways of getting involved. But I think if you want to start, one way is start reviewing. You learn a lot through the review process in itself on how an article is structured. And there's some journal that have a little bit more of a mentorship approach towards reviewing. And, that's also a good way starting out. When we start off as residents, we get some papers get in our inbox to review and we really don't necessarily know how to approach it. So maybe a mentorship approach to it is a good way to start. But overall, I would just say, start getting involved. I think it's a great experience. Personally, I have learned so much from it and I think I'm just a better academic cardiologist because of it. Dr. Amit Khera: Thank you for that. And I think your point about just find ways to get involved. And I think our challenge is to continue to facilitate ways for trainees, fellows in training and others to get involved. But I think that that first step in finding maybe a mentor of your institution that could help guide you would be important. And I'm going to finish with Sonya. I'm going to come back to you. You've not only had the social media editor window for quite some time. Being at Circulation, you get to see behind the curtain perhaps more than others because, Circulation is such a big part of what we do at UT Southwestern. And, we've had this Fellow Reviewer Program where you've been able to participate in reviews and things like that. From your perspective, maybe telling the fellows in training, listening out there about getting involved in journal activities, the value that you've seen and how to do so. Dr. Sonia Shah: Yeah, I think that's a really important question. At the end of the day, the ability to read and interpret and take away the major conclusions and properly interpret a study is a skill. And so I think the more you do it, certainly the better you get at it. And being part of a journal being on the reviewer end, being on the end where you're creating social media posts is really an opportunity to develop and refine that skill. And so to all the fellows out there who are interested, regardless of whether you want to do academic cardiology or not, it is an important skill, even in the future, to be able to read and properly interpret studies. So I highly recommend it. I find for me, I've definitely learned a lot through the process and have certainly improved. Dr. Amit Khera: Well, there you have it, our five social media editors. First, I want to thank you all for your contributions to Circulation. You're an incredibly bright group as everyone learned about. I have future leaders in cardiology. And we're very fortunate to have you contributing to Circulation and to our authors and readers. So thankful to have you as part of Circulation and look forward to working with you and innovating and coming up with some creative, new ways to think about social media and ways to transmit research for journal. Dr. Amit Khera: Well, I think there you have it. Again, I'm Amit Khera. I'm associate editor and standing in this week for Carolyn Lam and Greg Huntley, who will join you again next week. So thank you for joining us for Circulation on the Run. Dr. Greg Hundley: This program is copyright of the American Heart Association 2021. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association. For more visit ahajournals.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 55:00


Welcome to the BEST OF TJN's Science and technology interviews. You're invited to join us to listen, to select researchers and scientists share their rarely discussed  re-discoveries in science and technologies. Hygiene for Health Host: Nurse Sharon Cole Topic: Anatomy of the Nose Call 347-215-9531 to listen here  Http://thejewelnetwork.com  

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 41:54


Do you all think Jesus was musty??? As we get into the 2nd episode of the new series “Take 2 with Toni & PreacherBoy” we tackle the importance of hygiene and even hit on the Biblical significance according to scriptures. So, come enjoy some laughs and good dialogue as we tackle “Hygiene: Why y'all stink?”. Be sure to check out Toni on the “Wine Down with Toni” podcast; available on Facebook, Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, and YouTube!

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 24:22


Sandy Pardue gives us a list of 5 things we need to review ASAP to make sure we are getting the absolute most out of our hygiene department. 1. Learn what procedures are not being performed. 2. Set goals JUST for your hygienist 3. Learn how to pay your hygienist  4. Do a "Hygiene Bonus" 5. Have Impactful Communication Listen in as Sandy explains each one with great detail and instructions on how to implement them.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 11:03


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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 27:09


Terry is joined by Justin T. Weller, Co-Founder and Owner of TrueChat, to discuss what the Urbana Youth Center has to offer to the Urbana community and how community members can get involved. tags: MM, terry ceyler, justin weller, mercy health, poverty, urbana, ohio, youth center, students, homework assistance, hygiene, jobs, networking

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 49:36


Unter diesem Titel beschreibt Herr Prof.  Dr. Jörg Steinmann die aktuelle Lage der Impfdurchbrüche sowie die Wirkung der sogenannten Boosterimpfung. Welche Impfstoff ist für wen sinnvoll und welcher nicht? Ich was ist bei der Impfung von Kinder zu beachten. Dieses und vieles mehr beantwortet Herr Professor Steinmann in dieser Folge. Ihr Experte Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Steinmann Facharzt für Laboratoriumsmedizin Kontaktdaten Labor Dr. Fenner und Kollegen Medizinisches Versorgungszentrum für Labormedizin und Humangenetik GmbH Bergstr. 14 20095 Hamburg Tel.: +49 40 3 09 55 – 0 Fax: +49 40 3 09 55 – 130 E-Mail: fennerlabor@fennerlabor.de Weiter Informationen zum Thema dieser Folge Online-Seminar-Serie „Corona: Maßnahmen für die Lebensmittelindustrie“ finden Sie unter www.behrs.de/corona oder senden eine email an akademie@behrs.de. Wir freuen uns immer über ein Feedback. Schreiben Sie uns Ihre Meinung an podcast@behrs.de. Links Kostenfreie Informationen zu Hygiene und Recht BEHR'S…SHOP BEHR'S…AKADEMIE BEHR'S…ONLINE QM4FOOD HACCP-Portal Impressum Unsere Bitte: Wenn Ihnen diese Folge gefallen hat, hinterlassen Sie bitte eine 5-Sterne-Bewertung, ein Feedback auf iTunes und abonnieren diesen Podcast. Sie können diesen auch mit Ihren Freunden und Bekannten teilen. Hinterlassen Sie uns hier Ihre Bewertung Dadurch helfen Sie uns die Podcast immer weiter zu verbessern und Ihnen Inhalte zu liefern, die Sie sich wünschen.

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Chris Simms Unbuttoned

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 103:56


(4:15) Saints def. Buccaneers: Can other teams replicate what the Saints defense did? And should Tom Brady still be the MVP frontrunner?(22:30) Lions def. Cardinals: "They won that football game. It was no fluke."(32:30) Packers def. Ravens: Did Chris like the 2-pt conversion decision? And how did Tyler Huntley light up the Packers D?(46:20) Steelers def. Titans: "This was the shocker of the day for me." And we're one step closer to Chris kissing Ahmed's shoes.(55:40) Bengals def. Broncos: Damn! Okay...Germaine Pratt! (1:02:10) Bills def. Panthers: "I'm rooting for them, but Buffalo is not impressive to me."(1:10:00) Colts def. Patriots:  "The Colts are a good team. I want them in the playoffs."(1:16:45) 49ers def. Falcons: Why isn't Nick Bosa getting pub for Comeback Player of the Year?(1:23:10) Cowboys def. Giants: "Big D beats Little Blue"(1:27:20) Dolphins def. Jets: Duke Johnson's career day was the difference for Miami.(1:30:45) Texans def. Jaguars: Has Davis Mills had a better rookie year than Trevor Lawrence? And Chris has a punishment for fans who run on the field.(1:36:30) Monday (and Tuesday) Night Preview: Chris gives his picks for all the football fun over the next 2 nights.

Learn Thai | ThaiPod101.com
Thai Vocab Builder S1 #136 - Hygiene

Learn Thai | ThaiPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 4:22


learn essential vocabulary useful for hygiene

Bulletproof Hygiene
PATIENT CARE: Insurance Troubleshooting with Ashley Calas

Bulletproof Hygiene

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 62:12


Bulletproof Hygiene Podcast Episode 47 Hosts: Charissa Wood, RDH  & Brittany Simon, CRDH, BASDH Guests: Ashley Calas Key Takeaways:Introduction Explaining Insurance  Coverage To Clients Commonly Ask Questions By Patients Under Collecting Vs. Over Collecting Dental Insurance Values-Based Conversation References: Summit Mighty Networks: Bulletproof Hygiene  Bulletproof Hygiene: The Guide For Finding Fulfillment Through Purposeful, Profitable HygieneTweetables: Don't assume things on behalf of the clients. Brittany Simon When in doubt, it's better to collect the worst scenarios.  Brittany Simon Verbiage is key, verbiage is everything. Ashley Calas

Best of Today
Omicron infections increasing 'quite dramatically'

Best of Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 24:45


Infections caused by the new variant Omicron are rising rapidly, doubling every two to three days. It is expected to become the dominant variant soon and then the UK is being warned to be braced for a surge in cases. Boris Johnson has won backing for Covid passes in England, despite the biggest revolt by Tory MPs since he became PM. A total of 99 Conservatives voted against the government on Tuesday, but the measure was passed by a majority of 243 thanks to Labour support. NHS Covid passes, showing a recent negative test or full vaccination, must be shown to get into many large venues, including nightclubs, from Wednesday. MPs also voted to back compulsory face masks in most indoor settings. Today's Mishal Husain speaks to Grant Shapps, Transport Secretary, as well as Graham Medley, Professor of infectious disease modelling at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Additionally, Today's Nick Robinson speaks to Mark Harper, one of the Conservative MPs who rebelled in the vote on Tuesday night. (Image credit: EPA/ANDY RAIN)

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor
5 Habits for oral health & hygiene feat. Dr. Reiyal Goveas

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 41:55


Episode 615In this week of #TheHabitCoach, Ashdin Doctor is joined by Dr. Reiyal Goveas - Prosthodontist and Smile Designer at Therapeuo Dental Clinic where they discuss various habits around oral hygiene and health. Ashdin and Dr. Reiyal talk about his brief background in Dentistry, Various aspects of a dental checkup and share a few simple habits for adults as well as kids for healthy teeth. Further, they even chat about the role of mouth breathing, gums, flossing, and cavity, etc, and ways to optimize the brushing habit. Dr. Reiyal also shares a few tips on selecting the right brush for the mouth and many more awesome things! You can know more about Therapeuo Dental Clinic: ( https://therapeuoclinic.com/ )Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/therapeuoclinic/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/therapeuodental/ )You can know more about Smile Design Mumbai: ( https://smiledesignmumbai.com/ )Send questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat Below: ( https://forms.gle/13vgf4MAk7zYKBd38 )Check out the Awesome180 website: ( http://awesome180.com/ ) You can follow Ashdin Doctor on social media:Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/Ashdindoc )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashdin-doctor/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/ashdindoc/ )Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/ashdin.doc.9 )You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.

WellMed Radio
Why is proper hygiene so important?

WellMed Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 26:00


Viviane Viray, MSN, RN, FNP-C (WellMed at Brooks City Base) talks with WellMed Radio co-hosts Dr. Marissa Charles and veteran broadcaster and attorney Ron Aaron about the importance of handwashing and other hygiene habits.  Listen to the podcast here https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-876vr-114c8a0 or by searching for WellMed Radio in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Pandora, Stitcher and Spotify. WellMed Radio focuses on health issues affecting adults. Clinicians and partners discuss stories, topics and tips to help you live healthier. WellMed Radio airs on Saturdays from 7 to 7:30 a.m. CT in the following cities: Arlington (95.5 FM The ANSWER) Dallas (660 AM/92.9 FM The ANSWER) Fort Worth (99.9 FM The ANSWER) San Antonio (930 AM The ANSWER) WellMed Radio also airs on Sundays from 1:30 to 2 p.m. ET: Tampa (860 AM/93.7FM The ANSWER)

Today with Claire Byrne
Tory rebels set to reject Covid restrictions in England

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 20:24


Martin McKee, Professor of European Public Health in the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Andrew Bridgen, Conservative MP for North West Leicestershire,

No Visuals Podcast
#16 — Energetic Hygiene For the New Year

No Visuals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 23:14


In this episode, I am discussing energetic hygiene practices and tools that continue to support me in clarifying and calling my energy back. During the last few days and weeks of the linear year, there is so much activity. Whether it is at work and the responsibilities to be closed out before year-end, your own personal projects, or gatherings, there can be a lot happening around us that can drain our energy and leave us feeling depleted. I've created this episode with the intention to share the mirroring techniques I have held up to my energy and to fully embody slowing down, reflecting, and envisioning what is ahead in the new year. ⠀Resources:Energetic Boundaries by Cyndi Dale: https://amzn.to/31LxDPv⠀Creative Visualization Meditation:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyPvfDV1Z-sShare this episode with some you think would resonate with this message. If you'd like to support the podcast, please rate and comment in Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts and subscribe to be notified of new episodes! ⠀@AlchemizedGloryCo (IG and Facebook)https://alchemizedglory.co —  website coming soon!Take good care!

Bulletproof Hygiene
COMMUNICATION STATION: Navigating Sanity in the Operatory

Bulletproof Hygiene

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 49:09


Bulletproof Hygiene Podcast Episode 46 Hosts: Charissa Wood, RDH  & Brittany Simon, CRDH, BASDH Key Takeaways: IntroductionManaging And Delegating EffectivelySelf-AssistTeam AssistPatient Assist References: Summit Mighty Networks: Bulletproof Hygiene  Bulletproof Hygiene: The Guide For Finding Fulfillment Through Purposeful, Profitable HygieneTweetables: A team is going to have a crossover. Charissa Wood It's normal to ask for help. Brittany Simon Whatever we focus on, grows. Brittany Simon Our best looks different everyday. Brittany Simon

Plant Cunning Podcast
Ep.59: Journeys with Plant Spirits and Psychic Hygiene with Emma Farrell

Plant Cunning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 57:30


In this episode we speak with Emma Farrell, who is a plant spirit healer, geomancer and author of the new book Journeys with Plant Spirits: Plant Consciousness Healing and Natural Magic Practices and in this episode we speak with her about plants as spiritual teachers and allies, the importance of psychic hygiene, how our energy bodies get blocked and damaged, and how to repair them. We also talk about some of her favorite plant allies like elder and mugwort. You can find her at PlantConsciousness.com and find part two of this interview at Patreon.com/PlantCunning --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/plantcunning/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/plantcunning/support

#askthePhoenix: to Shatter Slavitude
Workout 57 | "So Simple-Yet So Stylish": Hustle. Fitness. Hygiene. Desire.

#askthePhoenix: to Shatter Slavitude

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 147:18


If you're looking for a certified cheat code to accelerate your growth and success, tap in to co-host Rodney C.'s framework for keeping clear of everything complex. Similar to Occam's razor-where the simplest answer is usually best, Rodney's So Simple Yet So Stylish has four frames to keep us accountable as we sojourn: Hustle. Fitness. Hygiene. Desire. Curious to know how this all applies? Well, let it run wild by pressing play. We appreciate you! Blessings. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/phoenix-nsaid/support

The Alan Cox Show
Infamous/ Senses Fail/ Toilet Booty/ Pyromania/ Hot Tub Hygiene Machine/ Hot Slot/ Therapist Off/ CLE-vil Deeds/ Put-In-Boots

The Alan Cox Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 169:59


Sittadel Podcast
36 - Defense in Depth and IT Hygiene

Sittadel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 28:39


The grubrious emotet gang is back at it again, and rather than focus on the tricky cybersecurity wizardry necessary to go toe to toe with the threat, Joshua and Nate talk through some entry level security principles: Defense in Depth and IT Hygiene. Sometimes, it's the low hanging fruit that makes the difference between safe and sorry. If it's time you came up with a layered defense to cybersecurity threats, check out the website at https://www.sittadel.com.

Chiefin Podcast
Holiday Blues & Ke$ha Hygiene (Tomatalk 24)

Chiefin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 27:14


Ke$ha hygiene... Michael J Fox degrees of separation... Cancelling day light savings... and Turkey controversies. We're back babyyyyy

Worst of The RIOT by RadioU
Worst of The RIOT for December 2, 2021

Worst of The RIOT by RadioU

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 45:39


Hudson and Nikki discuss the perks of growing a beard and why it may be the healthier option. They also discuss the most popular pet names of 2021. Debt collectors in DMs, suing Folgers, deodorant recalls, and more on this episode of the Worst of The RIOT.

Bulletproof Hygiene
COMMUNICATION STATION : Same Team with Dr. Mike Paisner

Bulletproof Hygiene

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 80:20


Bulletproof Hygiene Podcast Episode 45 Hosts: Charissa Wood, RDH  & Brittany Simon, CRDH, BASD Guests: Dr. Mike Paisner Key Takeaways: Introduction Doctor-Hygienist Collaboration Onboarding Patients Ego In Your Work Not In Your Title References: Summit Mighty Networks: Bulletproof Hygiene  Bulletproof Hygiene: The Guide For Finding Fulfillment Through Purposeful, Profitable HygieneTweetables: The biggest mistake you can make in your life is disregarding other human beings. Dr. Mike Paisner It's not how much something costs you, it's how much it makes you. Brittany Simon In dentistry, if you want to be the best - you need to bring your team with you. Dr. Mike Paisner Communication is never-ending. - Brittany SimonThe thing that makes a person successful is building relationships. -Dr. Mike Paisner Some people won't change unless you spark the change. -Dr. Mike Paisner

GW Integrative Medicine
Clinical Herbalism | Spices, Herbs, & Everyday Health

GW Integrative Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 43:54


A clinical herbalist has training that gives them a more technical and scientific approach to understanding the way herbs work, how the body responds, and what is necessary to support good health. We talk about this and more with Bevin Clare Bevin Clare, MS, RH, CNS, is a clinical herbalist, nutritionist, and Professor and Program Manager of the Master's of Science in Clinical Herbalism at the Maryland University of Integrative Health. The author of "Spice Apothecary: Blending and Using Common Spices for Everyday Health," she holds a MSc in Infectious Disease from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and has studied herbal medicine around the world to blend her knowledge of traditional uses of plants with modern science and contemporary healthcare strategies as a consultant and educator. She serves as an adjunct Assistant Professor at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Northeast College of Health Sciences. Bevin is the President of the American Herbalists Guild, the largest body of professional clinical herbalists in the US and is a board member of the United Plant Savers, a group working to protect at-risk medicinal plants in North America. She travels the world with her two kids in tow, tasting spices, exploring markets and wandering the countryside. ◘ Related Content Bevin's website https://bit.ly/31inE3Z Meet the Herbalist with Bevin Clare https://bit.ly/3Dddhvz American Herbalists Guild https://bit.ly/3lmciU0 Herbal Medicine FAQs https://bit.ly/3D84SJW ◘ Transcript https://bit.ly/3xBrEJb ◘ This podcast features the song “Follow Your Dreams” (freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Ho…ur_Dreams_1918) by Scott Holmes, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (01https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/) license. ◘ Disclaimer: The content and information shared in GW Integrative Medicine is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in GW Integrative Medicine represent the opinions of the host(s) and their guest(s). For medical advice, diagnosis, and/or treatment, please consult a medical professional.

The Darin Olien Show
Toilet Paper | Fatal Conveniences™

The Darin Olien Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 17:17


The area of skin you're wiping with toilet paper is some of the most sensitive on your body. And are you really cleaning your butt? Or doing more harm than good? Toilet paper is not only rough on the sensitive skin down there, but it doesn't even clean very well! Not only does toilet paper leave you with a dirty bum, but it's also terrible for the environment. Learn all about the pitfalls of toilet paper and what you can use instead. || Full Show Notes - https://darinolien.com/toilet-paper-fatal-conveniences/