Guests: Betsy Woodruff Swan, Kyle Cheney, Amy Gardner, Harry Litman, Cynthia AlksneTonight: The breathtaking spin in the wake of the Mar-a-Lago search as we learn more about what the FBI was seeking. Then, “America's Mayor” is now a criminal target in Georgia—huge new developments in the Fulton County investigation. Plus, the Trump-linked effort to copy data from election systems across battleground states. And why a brand new subpoena for Trump's old White House attorney could be a very big deal.
LISTEN Show Notes: In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul discusses powerless, letting go and the process of unlearning. As we long for freedom from addiction, ego and from the need to be right, we come to realize that it is only through suffering, surrendering, and giving that we can understand the real meaning of life. Let go and let love! This week, Dr. Paul interviews Cilla Whatcott, HD RHom and board-certified classical homeopath. They discuss the important topic of [...]
Mountain Eagle has covered Letcher County, Kentucky for more than a century. When historic flooding hit about two weeks ago, the paper's small staff did what it's always done: tell the stories of the region and the people who live there. WFPL's Stephanie Wolf stopped by its office in Whitesburg. Also, in this show, reporter Randy Yohe talks with an expert about the current and future state of construction in West Virginia.
* In our study of Paul's letter to the church of Ephesus, we have finished first half in which Paul has encouraged the believers regarding their relationship with the one true God. * Today, we begin considering the second half of the letter which is more "practical" in nature. We took two weeks to study the passage that we arrive at today, as part of our study regarding The Marks of a Healthy Church (on May 22 & May 29). Hence, today we will be covering it as more of an overview and from the perspective of the result of Paul's instruction regarding the greatness of our calling. * Up to this point, we have seen in our study that as believers in Christ - We are blessed with every spiritual blessing, We are Chosen, We are Adopted as Sons of God, We are Accepted (favored by God), We are Redeemed and Pardoned, We are Informed regarding the Will of God, We are Promised an Inheritance, and We are Sealed with the Holy Spirit! We - who once were spiritually dead, and following after the course of the world and Satan - were made alive with Christ, were raised with Christ, and were made to sit together with Christ in heaven. We (Gentiles) - who once were afar off from the promises of God - have been made joint-heirs with those of Israel through Christ! * Today, we begin considering: HOW THOSE FACTS SHOULD AFFECT OUR LIVES TODAY! First, as a natural progression, Paul discusses how it applies to the church as a whole. * This message was presented on August 14, 2022 by Bob Corbin.
You can't understand our globalized world without understanding religion. But that's easier said than done. For any given person, it's sometimes hard enough to understand your own religious perspectives. They often change throughout life, modified by experience and ideas. Modified by people and events. Modified by an encounter with the world and an encounter with God. Then go ahead and multiply that challenge by about 7.7 billion people and the ways that some of them collide and interact. Then we see a few things: we see that diversity is both a promise and a peril, we see that approaches to religious studies, sociology of religion, and the practice of theology all must be grounded in an "informed empathy," and we see that the only way to make progress is to accept responsibility and limits as an individual, and hope and commit to the necessity of collaboration.About Casey StrineCasey Strine is Senior Lecturer in Ancient Near Eastern History and Literature at The University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom. He specializes in Old Testament biblical studies, but thinks deeply about the historical connective tissue that links people and societies over time and through space. Casey is also a project partner with the Yale Center for Faith & Culture's Life Worth Living initiative. Follow him on Twitter @CaseyStrine.Production NotesThis podcast featured Casey Strine and Matt CroasmunEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give
Astrology is a medium for connecting with others. It's a community practice. It constellates us together while we remember who we are. The root of constellation means "together with the stars" - of course astrology brings us together with the stars! Tears! In this special episode, my collaborator Jonathan Koe and I host a conversation with five beautiful humans who participated in our 2021-22 astrological learning space Charting Your Course. We discussed: What they've learned about themselves, others, and the world around them from learning How applying and questioning ‘knowledge' is as powerful as accruing it, and how it happened within a community of learners. What learning astrology has taught them about cultivating themselves and others in their lives. What trepidations they experienced in terms of learning together and being in a long-term learning container. What they learned about being with yourself and being in community since learning astrology within the community. A special thank you to John Beynon, Amy Lauricello, Bridget Scanlon, Mary Schuch, and Jaclyn Skeans for contributing their insights and lived wisdom. Read more about them below: John has been reading tarot since the early ‘90s and has been intertwining astrology and tarot in his personal practice, which he often shares through his Instagram account at @the.charyot. He brings a social justice lens to his work in the intuitive arts, and he is currently interested in how the modalities of tarot and astrology support recovery for people who are liberating themselves from substance abuse disorders. Mary describes herself as someone who is committed to showing up for the experience of belonging in a human body. Informed by her upbringing as a homeschooled pastor's kid and the eighth of eleven siblings, Mary is reclaiming her right to exploration and education. She values meditative multidisciplinary living through her practices of writing, music, art, movement, breadmaking, astrology, and being outdoors.You can find Mary @maryschuch. Jaclyn Skeans (she/her) is an avid list maker (Virgo Rising), lover of all things magical (Pisces Sun), and always curious about how you're really doing (Scorpio Moon). Cultivating a more intimate relationship with astrology and the planets has been an ever evolving gift, one that currently has Jaclyn creating a life that inspires and excites her. In the real world you'll most likely find Jaclyn out on meandering walks with her dog, sitting in the sun, or in her sewing studio creating Astro Hoops- custom, textile creations that turn your natal chart into tangible art. Follow her @thePeachBungalow or at www.thePeachBungalow.com Bridget Scanlon is an Aries Rising, Scorpio Sun, and Capricorn Moon living in New York. This episode is our siren song as we constellate the community around our next learning container: Astrology as Praxis. We are lovingly calling in and nurturing our future course participants and all those for whom this exploration may be deeply shifting or liberating. Registration will be Aug 26-28 and we begin Sept 10. Please reach out for questions or clarifications. +++ Podcast art by Angela George. Podcast music by Jonathan Koe.
Change is hard and, these days, it's compounding. Big disruptions layered with small pivots have led to a tough environment where “one more thing” is a burden, not an exciting opportunity. In this environment, healthcare executives and hospital board members are challenged with walking a fine line – guiding their organizations through disruption while acknowledging the uncertainty, making decisions when the path forward is foggy, and processing their own exhaustion, too. Jarrard Inc. CEO David Jarrard and McDermott Will & Emery partner Michael Peregrine – both of whom have a deep interest in helping healthcare executives and boards navigate change – sat down to talk about the situation. They first acknowledge the challenge, then provide some historical context, then offer a few ideas for getting through it all. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode #91. The Federal Bureau of Intimidation executes a raid on President Trump's Mar-a-Largo just days after he hinted at a run for the office of U.S. President at a CPAC gathering. In an unprecedented move an agency of the Federal Government is raiding the home of a possible political opponent and steadfast critic of the current ruling party. The scenario is one seen all over the world. The big difference is the class of government where these things happen is usually totalitarian. Is this new, legitimate, or just another in a series of the progressive mutation of socialism (or worse) in the United States. Check in now to hear more information and opinions to help you develop your very own informed dissent. Listen now. https://informeddissentmedia.com/Support the show
Matt Bonaparte and Owen Valentine keep you informed on everything Syracuse on the first ever edition of "This, That, And The Other Thing!" The guys give you their takes on every Syracuse athletics story that might have fallen through the cracks or by the wayside. You can find episodes of the Locked On Syracuse podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audacy or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a like and rating as we would leave to hear your feedback. Be sure to tell your friends if you enjoy the pod! For bonus coverage, check us out on Twitter @LO_Syracuse to interact with us throughout games and feel free to suggest topics in the future. LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
You might have several social media campaigns in place, but have you ever wondered how effective they really are? It is highly likely that you currently have multiple social media campaigns that require a lot of your time and money, but how do you determine when it is time to pull the plug on a social media campaign or if you just need to improve it? Activity A good social media campaign should coincide with activity on your social media page. Followers should be talking about you, your products or your business. If there is a clear lack of these things on a specific social media platform, it is time to evaluate its usefulness. In order to evaluate this activity, it is necessary to check the number of likes, shares, retweets or any other follower activity that could be an indication of success or failure. If you social media page fails to engage your target group, it could be bad advertising for your company and a waste of your valuable time. Valuable Traffic Another way to evaluate the effectiveness of your social media page, is by monitoring the traffic you get on your website, more specifically the traffic you receive through your social media page. Traffic is not the only thing though, valuable traffic is what you need to look for. Have potential clients from your social media page actually bought your service and/or product? Have they subscribed to your newsletter? No matter the goal, buying and interesting customers is the ultimate goal of any business that goes on social media. Is your platform suited for your target group? It is possible that you have an excellent social media page, but are not getting any customers. The reason for that is usually a lack of interest in your product or service, which could point to the fact that your desired target group is not present on the social media platform you are currently using. If this is the case, you might want to switch to a platform suited for your target group. Each social media platform has its own age group, including people with very specific interests. Even though Facebook has the largest pool of target groups, there are some exceptions. If you wish to speak to a younger generation, it might be a good idea to expand to Instagram as well. If your aim is focussed on attracting valuable business contacts, then LinkedIn will cater to your needs. Doing some research on the social media platforms and the specific target groups that use this platform will make a huge difference. It also means that you can focus on a specific social media platform, saving you loads of time since you won't have to mess around with multiple accounts on various social media platforms. Use Content That Engages People You may have an account of various social media platforms, but are you publishing content that your target group finds interesting? Plain text is no longer a good idea, because the majority of internet users like visuals, including images and videos. Videos are becoming increasingly more popular, so it is worth jumping on that bandwagon. Some companies will find it hard to create a video, especially when you're in a profession that isn't that creative. If this is the case, you can always showcase you professionalism or even the facilities you have at your disposal for the execution of your profession. No matter what you choose, ensure that it will interest potential clients. If you have a creative profession, for example graphic designer or interior designer, images will be your new best friend. Join a social media platform that focusses on the use of images, for example Instagram, Pinterest and Tumblr. Post some photos of your most impressive work to date and notice how much exposure your business will get. Set Clear Goals When you're on social media, your goals can become unclear fairly quickly. There are so many things to take advantage of, from advertisements to getting a large amount of followers. Setting some goals in advance will help you stay on track. Informed choices ca...
LISTEN In this week’s From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul shares a soul secret that has led him to discover love and spiritual growth while enduring intense hardship. He describes how our pain can lead us to a deeper desire for truth, goodness, and beauty, enabling an experience where our loss can become our gain. Energetic Health Institute executive community director, Dr. Henry Ealy, returns to the show with a Covid special report. We’ll get to the point – the sho [...]
We've looked at one side of the equation, the changes we put in place at the societal level to possibly solve the gun problem in America. But what about the individuals who commit crimes in the first place? Is there something deeper to the gun problem that is making America the so-called "country of homicides"? Is there a higher moral standard or philosophy society is missing that might make individuals less likely to use guns in the first place? I argue there is a real utility to morality, and that in addition to putting in place a tangible solution like a well regulated militia, there might also be a moral solution society need to embrace. Support the show
Less than a week after the WHO called the outbreak health emergency, the Philippines detected its first case of monkeypox. But don't panic. This episode shares what experts already know about the decades-old virus. From the Teka Teka News podcast.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode we discuss how Attorney General Merrick Garland has announced charges against 4 officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor. The DOJ alleges that the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department engaged in knowingly falsifying documentation, and secret meetings to plan a cover up. We also discuss how more deaths across the country in county jail are going up. Why are more of America's jails becoming death traps? And recent studies have shown that more and more Black Americans are fleeing Democratic cities across the country. We tackle what the causes could be. All that and much more. Informed. Intelligent. In The Black!!
Description: In this episode of An Informed Life Radio, hosts Bernadette and Xavier examine Governor's Inslee's COVID shot Directive, the OFM's proposed Rule to permanently mandate Covid shots and boosters for all state employees, and the unfolding Monkeypox policies and protocols. What do they have in common? Tune in to find out! Show information links: https://www.fda.gov/media/131078/download https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/vis-statements/smallpox-monkeypox.pdf https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_docs/label/2021/208627s006lbl.pdf https://www.cdc.gov/poxvirus/monkeypox/pdf/Attachment-1-Informed-Consent.pdf https://www.truthforhealth.org/patient-guide-e-booklet-download-page/? https://www.governor.wa.gov/sites/default/files/directive/22-13%20-%20State%20employment%20COVID%20vaccine%20requirement%20%28tmp%29.pdf https://lawfilesext.leg.wa.gov/law/wsrpdf/2022/14/22-14-104.pdf
Episode 90!Meet Cate White. A Dallas area nurse who was motivated by the science to refuse the government mandated injection for COVID-19. The standoff resulted in Cate's loss of her position at a prominent Dallas hospital. Hear her story and the amazing resolution that can only be thought of as a reward for her steadfast resolution to stand for what is right and just in America. The Cate White saga - A Nurse's Journey. Listen now to continue the formation of your very own Informed Dissent! Support the show
Monkeypox has now reached a state of emergency in California. The state has seen about 800 cases so far, with about 40 so far in San Diego County, which declared its own state of emergency on Monday. You can find more information about vaccines and how to protect yourself at sandiegocounty.gov. Fernando Z. López, executive director of San Diego Pride, has been helping to inform the community.
This week I'm joined again by one of my favourite guests, Larissa Nolan. Informed, opinionated, and fascinating on so many issues, last week Larissa and I had a fascinating discussion about the housing crisis, this week we talk about the current state of journalism and why it needs a major shot in the arm. Journalism is such an critical, central part of our daily lives, our society and how it runs, but Larissa believes it is in crisis and urgently needs to be saved – we talk about why, and, most importantly, how.COMEDY:We went rooting through the archives again this week and dug out more of our favourite comedy sketches. I have great fun doing impressions of some of my favourite podcasters, David McWilliams in particular. David is a great man for the economic analogies, and he also loves swinging from southside boy to northside lad in the space of seconds on his podcast with producer John Davis. I have great fun with this. Click inside to hear a couple of my own personal favourite David McWilliams sketches…GET IN TOUCH:https://www.instagram.com/mariorosenstockofficial/https://email@example.comThe Mario Rosenstock Podcast is produced by Patrick Haughey of AudioBrand See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The gun debate is one of America's most polarized issues. Large mass shootings always bring this debate to the forefront, eliciting strong emotions from both sides of the aisle. Many believe the answer is stricter gun laws, while others see this as government overreach and believe average citizens can better protect themselves by keeping and bearing arms. I argue that neither of these choices are likely to be effective, and put forward a third option that better aligns to how information and decision making work in systems that survive. Support the show
Michael Calvin's Football People will retain the best features from the Football Writers Podcast, but take it closer to the heart of the game. Mike will still be hosting the best journalists, discussing the biggest issues. The tone won't change. Informed, insightful, intelligent rather than inane. We'll also feature extended interviews with managers, coaches, players, support staff, club owners, scouts, & agents. First episode out on Thursday 4th August! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ben and Jerry's is a worldwide brand that is trusted and loved by many. What does it take to support and grow a brand of this size? Today, Rebecca Robinson, Head of Marketing Operations for North America at Ben and Jerry's joins us to share the unique journey the company has embarked on and how they keep growing and maintaining their unique, equitable brand. In this fun and delightful conversation with Rebecca, we get to hear about the culture at Ben and Jerry's and discuss: Nurturing relationships with a broad variety of customers Knowing not only how to reach your customer, but also understanding where your brand stands in it's own lifecycle Why authenticity and honesty are critical to brand equity Keep connected with us by subscribing on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you get podcasts. Check out our website at Taylor.com
LISTEN Show Notes: Dr. Paul gives his From the Heart message from the Oregon Coast while still recovering from Covid. He likens the stormy coast to the personal storm he’s weathered over the last few years, reflecting on the life lessons and growth he’s experienced. This reflection has awakened him to the realization that our life storms can be a gift when we intentionally pursue the purpose in our chaos. It will take all the love, support, guidance, and courage to [...]
Denell Randall specializes in women’s health, the owner of Cervical Wellness, and the author of the book “Informed, Aware, Empowered”. She’s a women’s integrative health coach helping her clients find holistic solutions to various problems, specifically as it relates to cervical health. As men, we came into the conversation with very little knowledge, understanding, and appreciation for the challenges and differences between men and women’s health. Our conversation exposes some of the taboo topics in women’s health such as: What should women eat during their cycle? What do men need to know about women’s health? How do animal foods play a role in better health for women? Understanding the challenges of birth control for women’s healthSPONSORS:Optimal Carnivore: Use the code "MEATMAFIA" to save 10% on all productsLiver is hard to come by and the quality, taste, and convenience make it challenging for most people to source properly. Optimal Carnivore provides the perfect solution through their Beef Liver and Organ Complex. Go check them out and let us know what you think!BRAND AFFILIATESLMNT Electrolyte Drink Mix: LMNT is loaded with the necessary electrolytes without the sugar. We personally used LMNT during our Ironman training and performance and also during everyday training to provide us with the sodium we need on a low-carb diet.✅LINK: DrinkLMNT.com/MEATMAFIA✅The Carnivore Bar: The Carnivore Bar is a delicious, 3-ingredient bar that will fuel you with the highest quality animal-protein possible. Each bar only has 3-ingredients (Beef, Tallow, Salt) and has a creamy yet crunchy texture. The Carnivore Bars are grass-fed / grass-finished and will truly make "staying on the path" easier when traveling.✅LINK: https://carnivorebar.com/ CODE: MAFIA (10%)✅Kettle & Fire Bone Broth: Kettle & Fire Bone Broth is a simple yet important part of our days. The healthy protein and amino acids in the broth has been a critical part of our morning routines.✅LINK: Kettleandfire.com/MeatMafia CODE: MEATMAFIA (15%)✅Farrow Skincare: Farrow is a product we recently started using for skincare and we love it. It’s animal-based, using pig lard and tallow and leaves your skin beaming with essential vitamins and minerals without the added fillers.✅LINK: https://farrow.life/ CODE: ‘MAFIA’ for 20% off✅PAST EPISODESTexas Slim, Dr. Brian Lenzkes, Matt D, James Connolly, The Gourmet Caveman, Doug Reynolds, Chris Cornell, Jason Wrich, Mike Hobart, Gerry Defilippo, Cal Reynolds, Dr. Phil Ovadia, Cole Bolton, Colin Carr, Conza, Carmen Studer, Dr. Ken Berry, Mikayla Fasten, Josh Rainer, Seed Oil Rebellion, Dr. Ben, Dr. Tro, Mike Collins, Dave Feldman, Mark Schatzker, Marty Bent, Dr. Mary Caire, AJ Scalia, Drew Armstrong, Marko - Whiteboard Finance, Vinnie Tortorich, Nick Horowitz, Zach Bitter, C.J. Wilson, Alex Feinberg, Brian Sanders, Myles Snider, Tucker Goodrich, Joe Consorti, Jevi, Charles Mayfield, Sam Knowlton, Tucker Max, Natasha Van Der Merwe, Colin Stuckert, Joey Justice, Dr. Robert Lufkin, Nick Norwitz, The Art of Purpose, Carlisle Studer, Dr. Cate Shanahan, Ancestral Veil, Brad Kearns, Justin Mares, Gary Fettke, Dr. Brooke Miller, John Constas, Robb Wolf, Amber O’Hearn, Tristan Scott, Dr. Phil Pearlman, Dr. Anthony Gustin, Callicrates, Dr. Shawn Baker, Francis Melia, Joel Salatin, Dr. Anthony Chaffee, Oliver Anwar, Ryan Dreyer, JP Fanton. Get full access to The Meat Mafia Podcast at themeatmafiapodcast.substack.com/subscribe
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Diversifying Yoga and Wellness in Hawaii. The host for this show is Kathleen Lee. The guests are Laura Nohealani Emiko Toyofuku-Aki and Victoria Roland. Project Koa Yoga aims to diversify the faces of yoga in Hawaii while preserving the people, land, and culture that are Hawaii. Co-founders Laura Nohealani Emiko Toyofuku-Aki and Victoria Roland have this in mind for their mission: 'connecting with our community, co-creating wellness spaces, diversifying yoga and wellness spaces in Hawaii grounded in ALOHA PONO.' Their offerings include trauma-Informed yoga and meditation, as well as curriculum-based, data-supported programs for marginalized people. (projectkoayoga.com) The ThinkTech YouTube Playlist for this show is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQpkwcNJny6l6H4iie-TbdPnrVJ2zU6VI Please visit our ThinkTech website at https://thinktechhawaii.com and see our Think Tech Advisories at https://thinktechadvisories.blogspot.com.
07272022_show60_podcast.mp3File Size:91802 kbFile Type:mp3Download FileShare with your Friends & FamilyShow Notes:In this week's From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul reveals that he has Covid! Tune in to hear about his experience with symptoms thus far as he is self-isolating in the great outdoors, enjoying some amazing sunshine and fresh air. Dr. Michelle Perro, pediatrician, executive director of GMO Science, and author, joins us to discuss everything Covid-related and how her career [...]
Another action-packed hour on the MCMS, Marc talks with candidate for St. Charles County Councilman, Matt Swanson. After that, Jennifer Kushinka from This Morning with Gordon Deal, joins in and gives us a look at the economy and stock markets. Later, it's a look at headlines on "In Other News" with Scott Jagow.
The Marc Cox Show continues and Marc kicks things off by speaking with Senior Advisor at The Heritage Foundation, Genevieve Wood, about Biden's pentagon budget and the vote on union laws. Marc reminds everyone the importance of voting and educating yourself on the issues that different candidates hope to tackle should they win the upcoming election. Rep. Vicky Hartzler joins later in the hour to discuss her platform and hopes for candidacy.
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Dr. Hannah McLane is a physician, psychoanalyst, and entrepreneur. She is the Founder of SoundMind Institute, a Philadelphia and Oregon-based psychedelic facilitator training and research initiative aimed at bringing ethics, equity and innovation to the psychedelic ecosystem. She conducts research on cognitive diversity, psychedelic science, ethics, PTSD, and emerging alternative therapies for mental health issues. She is the clinical director of the SoundMind Center, the first psychedelic therapy center in the Philadelphia region, and training director for retreat offerings in Philadelphia, Oregon and Costa Rica. She attended McGill University and holds graduate degrees from Temple University (MA, Communication Sciences, Spanish Concentration), Brown University (MD, Doctor of Medicine, Contemplative Studies Concentration), and Harvard School of Public Health (MPH, Global health and Bioethics).In this episode, Dr. Hannah McLane and Beth Weinstein discuss …▶ Dr. McLane's professional journey into her current work with psychedelic therapy▶ Dr. McLane's personal evolution with psychedelics, which is closely tied to her history with Tibetan Buddhist practice▶ The concept of “riding the razor's edge” in Tibetan Buddhism, a tantric approach of transmuting strong emotions to catapult you into enlightenment, and how it relates to working with psychedelics▶ Dr. McLane's project, The SoundMind Institute, and the approach her psychedelic facilitator training takes▶ SoundMind's emphasis on ethics, inclusion and access▶ Offering psychedelic ‘experientials' as a core aspect of facilitator training▶ Creating models to make the psychedelic therapy more accessible▶ Informed consent – recognizing the important healing power of touch well as the harm of boundary violations ▶ Respecting autonomy in altered states: ‘hard' and ‘soft' boundaries▶ The importance of psychedelic therapists doing their own shadow work to help avoid boundary violations▶ Trans and BIPOC affirming psychedelic care▶ The relational aspect of therapeutic psychedelic work▶ Concerns around the future of psychedelics and psychedelics therapy▶ The potential that lies at the intersection of ceremonial and medical models Dr. Hannah McLane's Links & Resources▶ Website: https://soundmind.institute/training▶ Website: https://www.hannahmclanemd.com/▶ Twitter: https://twitter.com/soundmindphl▶ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannahmclane/▶ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soundmind.institute/▶ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drhannah.io/▶ Free Gift: https://soundmind.center/
Irregular periods are a common occurrence in women around the world. If you've been given a PCOS or Hypothalamic Amenorrhea diagnosis, or think you might have one of those conditions, there are similarities and differences you need to know. I'm joined by Dr. Lara Briden to bust all those PCOS myths that are holding you back from lasting hormonal health. About Dr. Lara Briden Dr. Lara Briden is a naturopathic doctor and the world-famous period revolutionary—she's leading the change to better periods for all women. Informed by a strong science background and more than twenty years with patients, Dr. Lara is a passionate communicator about women's health and alternatives to hormonal birth control. Her book Period Repair Manual is a manifesto of natural treatment for better hormones and better periods and provides practical solutions using nutrition, supplements, and natural hormones. Now in its second edition, the book has been an underground sensation and has changed the lives of tens of thousands of women. Dr. Lara has helped thousands of women find relief for period problems such as PCOS, PMS, endometriosis, and perimenopause. Why Women Are Not Small Men and What That Means for Hormonal Health A phrase that Dr. Lara has coined is “women are not small men.” She starts this conversation by explaining what she means by this and how understanding this can help further our perception and knowledge of female health. We discuss Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (HA), including the key differences between them. While both have irregular or missing menstrual cycles as a key symptom, they are very different conditions. This is why you should rule out whether you actually have HA before you start down the lengthy process of a PCOS diagnosis. Diagnosing PCOS and Treating It A common way to diagnose PCOS is by ultrasound. While there's nothing inherently wrong with an ultrasound, this is actually not an effective way to diagnose PCOS. An ultrasound can alert your doctor to cysts present in your ovaries, but this doesn't necessarily mean you have PCOS, despite the name of this syndrome. Dr. Lara explains her preferred lab tests for a correct diagnosis. She recommends speaking with your doctor and request getting tested at two points during your menstrual cycle for the most accurate diagnosis. There are also at-home tests you can order and supplements that can help to regulate your cycle. Dr. Lara talks about what the different states of PCOS are and how the symptoms and causes of each differ. By far the most common state is through insulin resistance but there are other ways your body can develop this disorder. Finally, we talk about how you can treat certain symptoms of PCOS or HA without having an official diagnosis. Whether by diet, nutrition, and exercise, supplements, or other ways, there might be something you can do to reclaim your menstrual cycle. How might PCOS symptoms be showing up for you? Let me know in the comments on the episode page! In This Episode How Dr. Lara became a leading expert in women's hormonal health [5:45] Why Dr. Lara says that “women are not small men” [9:10] The key differences between PCOS and Hypothalamic Amenorrhea [13:40] Why you should rule HA out before a PCOS diagnosis [20:50] The problems with an ultrasound for PCOS diagnosis [23:30] Relevant labs for a PCOS diagnosis [31:00] Why you should get tested twice during your menstrual cycle [39:00] The different states of PCOS and how to know you're dealing with them [51:05] Quotes “We seem to have this idea that female hormones are somehow a liability to health -- that they're something to be controlled. Of course, that's so far from being true.” [11:50] “A lot of experts are calling for the ultrasound for Polycystic Ovary finding to be dumped, really, because it's just not helpful.” (26:47) “You can always reverse out of PCOS. It's reversible. That's the symptom picture. Maybe not the genetic tendency, but the symptom picture is.” (48:39) “A lot of times the best approach to PCOS is still going to improve insulin sensitivity, it's going to reduce inflammation, it's going to help you detox from any birth control hormones.” (1:00:59) Review Fed and Fearless on Apple Podcasts! Send a screenshot of your review to firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a DM on Instagram and I'll send you my Overcoming Undereating eBook. If you post your favorite episode in your Insta stories and tag me @LauraShoenfeldRD, I'll also send you my 14-Day Calorie Challenge Recipe Guide! Links Sign up for the Practice Better training! 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As medieval scholarship attempts to decenter the West and move towards a global and multicultural approach, we frequently ask: how do we mimic this move in the classroom? Most often, however, this question and its suggested solutions still presuppose a primarily Western and English-native speaking population of students, as well as courses situated within U.S. or European institutions. Informed by her experience teaching comparative medieval courses in both U.S. and non-U.S. institutions (China), Dr. Elizabeth Liendo refocuses our attention in this episode on pedagogy of non-Western and especially non-U.S. institutions. She asks: How can we reconceptualize our understanding of the global medieval and the pedagogy of teaching the medieval period in non-Western institutions, to primarily non-Western and English second language students? How can we make the medieval and early modern period meaningful to an audience that should not be expected to center Western cultural narratives, texts, or history? How do we confront the overweighting of Western texts in the canon while also ensuring that our students receive a similar level of canonical competence as their U.S. counterparts? Dr. Liendo ultimately proposes a more global pedagogical practice that brings a more diverse range of students to the table. She explores challenges such as the Western-centric timeline of the medieval era itself, the association of medieval studies with white or European narratives, and the overweighting of Middle English authors, as well as outlining some potential solutions for class design, course materials, and practical teaching methods.Follow this link for more information about Dr. Liendo and this topic: https://tinyurl.com/2p9bn3hu.
If you find it daunting to work your way through data, you are not alone. Data is a reality, both at work and home, but often people find it challenging to navigate through data to make an informed decision. Now more than ever, understanding data is a skill that all leaders need to use, manage and recognise what story the data is telling and make informed decisions based on that evidence. It's important to recognise that data-driven and data-informed are two different things. While the former focuses only on numbers and excludes the human side of the story, data-informed accounts for both the quantitative as well as qualitative information which provides a holistic picture. At the end of the day, data does not tell us what we need to do, it requires human touch to know what needs to be done. Like any storytelling, in data story-telling one needs to be passionate, confident and the story should sound interesting (WIIFM) so that it inspires people to want to take action. In addition, having visuals will drive the point home. The way you tell the data story should be able to change the perspective of people. In a world rich of data, if you are worried and wondering how to improve your data story-telling skills (as a beginner), relax and identify the insights. If the does not come easily observing someone who tells a very good data story can be a good starting point. Observe what stood out and how they made it sound interesting and then replicating those will likely help you be a better data story teller. Data is here to stay and expected to be stacked up in organisations, at least in the short/medium term. It is expected to grow exponentially but humans need to be able to make the final decision after evaluating its impact. That's decision-making process can never be replaced by technology. So put your fear of being redundant due to technology at rest. However, data storyteller expert Selena Fisk cautions that it is important to be not over-run by technology but be able to appreciate its utility and make your own decision. The common tendency of confirmation bias that we experience in our daily lives is yet another phenomenon that needs to be avoided and the importance of looking at the data afresh with new eyes cannot be emphasised enough. To know more about data storytelling, tune in into our new episode with Selena Fisk, who is passionate about helping others sort through the numbers to tell the real stories and lead positive change. With her experience of having mentored hundreds of executive leaders, middle managers and employees in data storytelling, she discusses the highlights of data storytelling based on her book, 'I'm not a numbers person: How to make good decisions in a data rich world" which was published in April this year by Major Street Publishing. Topics We Discussed include: Getting to know Selena Fisk (3:21) Data-driven Vs. data-informed decision-making (6:03) Aptitude for numbers: Kids Vs. adults (8:41) First step towards data literacy/capability (10:07) Data literacy (12:04) 3 components of data story-telling (13:21) Normal story-telling Vs. data story-telling (14:20) How to improve data story-telling for beginners (15:29) Data in next 10 years (18:26) Apprehension in embracing technology (20:35) Confirmation bias (22:52) Top five tips for leaders (25:32) Links and Resources: Connect With Selena Fisk https://www.selenafisk.com/ (https://www.selenafisk.com/) Connect with Selena Fisk via https://www.linkedin.com/search/results/all/?keywords=dr%20selena%20fisk&origin=RICH_QUERY_SUGGESTION&position=1&searchId=600df4db-5940-490c-b6bf-586b95697f22&sid=tH5 (LinkedIn) Connect with Selena Fisk https://mobile.twitter.com/drselenafisk (Twitter) Connect with Selena Fisk https://www.facebook.com/drselenafisk (Facebook) Book: I'm not a numbers person: How to make good decisions in a data rich world Connect With Ally Nitschke...
A not so hilarious look at the lurid world of sport where 3 berks compete for points with their sporting tomfoolery. Informed comments are rewarded & abuse even more so. To get in touch or send questions please email email@example.com
In this week's episode we get a Black Box Letter where the listener wants to know what should be expected of your partner if you were both ever faced with a dangerous situation? Should you expect your partner escape to safety, or remain with you? Is there a right or wrong answer? We'll discuss. Also, after 121 summers, the infamous Parchman prison is finally getting air conditioning. Reports indicated that temperatures in Parchman could sometimes reach 145 degrees. We ask, what does humane treatment in prisons look like? And lastly, SIG Sauer has just developed a new firearm, the MCX-SPEAR, which “shoot through almost all of the bulletproof vests that are worn by law enforcement in the county right now”, and they are making this readily available for public purchase. Is this the right move on their part? We tackle that and much more. Informed. Intelligent. In The Black!!
In this week's episode we get a Black Box Letter where the listener wants to know what should be expected of your partner if you were both ever faced with a dangerous situation? Should you expect your partner escape to safety, or remain with you? Is there a right or wrong answer? We'll discuss. Also, after 121 summers, the infamous Parchman prison is finally getting air conditioning. Reports indicated that temperatures in Parchman could sometimes reach 145 degrees. We ask, what does humane treatment in prisons look like? And lastly, SIG Sauer has just developed a new firearm, the MCX-SPEAR, which “shoot through almost all of the bulletproof vests that are worn by law enforcement in the county right now”, and they are making this readily available for public purchase. Is this the right move on their part? We tackle that and much more. Informed. Intelligent. In The Black!! Time StampsBlack Box Letter: 9:39 Parchman Prison: 24:40 Episcopal Church Resolution: 38:18 Please consider becoming part of the ITBP Family by joining us over at Patreon.Follow us on social media @InTheBlackPdcst on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.Check out our In The Black Podcast Merchandise
Episode 89 of Informed Dissent with Dr. Jeff Barke and Dr. Mark McDonald. With Senate hearings raging, pointing fingers, and making wild accusations, the good doctors take a deep dive with one of those arrested for being in Washington DC on January 6 2021. Hear the story direct from the mouth of Derek Kinnison who was arrested, charged, and is currently awaiting trial on 5 counts and facing millions of dollars in fines and nearly a century in prison. What does the government say he did and what does Derek report on those charges? Is Derek and insurrectionist or is this United States government oppression? Listen now to gain new knowledge for your very own Informed Dissent. 32 minutes with Derek Kinnison. You can help Derek's legal funding here: https://www.givesendgo.com/DerekkinnisonSupport the show
We bid farewell to our “Quarantine Season” of podcasts as we navigate our way back to in-person author events at Greenlight Bookstore! For our virtual season's swan song, we reprise award-winning poet Yanyi's virtual launch event for DREAM OF THE DIVIDED FIELD, a collection on heartbreak and transitions, written with a piercing lyric ferocity. How can we carry our homes with us? Informed by Yanyi's experiences of immigration, violent heartbreak, and a bodily transition, these poems explore the contradictions that accompany shifts from one state of being to another. Acclaimed poet Sandra Lim (THE CURIOUS THING) joined Yanyi in a generous conversation that telescoped through questions of astrology, craft, the importance of journaling, and the chorus of influences that sing through one poet's voice. (Recorded March 17, 2022.)
A slogan seen everywhere for the last year and a half, "Safe & Effective" is more than a bold statement, it's a pre-empting of informed consent. What more would you possibly need to know? All of the authorities you'd want to approve that message have signed off on it. It's on every post related to the shots. On Twitter, Instagram, Facebook... heck, probably on this very post. As everywhere prepares to repeat the same process we saw get rolled over society in 2021 this winter, ONLY YOU can decide if you're comfortable with continuing this experiment. Informed consent is crucial, necessary and should be expected by this point. Make sure you know what the pros and cons are moving forward, regardless of who says/threatens what. ------ Subscribe to the Substack for all the links and episode notes for this episode here: https://thesocialdisorder.substack.com/
The world is bigger than you think. I don't mean geographically, though maybe that too. I mean in terms of its textures and sounds and smells; I mean in terms of its hues and vibrations. There are depths and layers to the world that we don't usually experience, that we might actually never be able to experience. Our senses just aren't wired to take it all in. We're simply not tuned to all the dimensions of reality's rich splendor. But there is a way we can appreciate these hidden dimensions: with a flex of the imagination, we can step into the worlds of other creatures; we can try out different eyes and noses; we can voyage into different perceptual universes. Or at least we can try. My guest today is Ed Yong, author of the new book An Immense World: How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Arounds Us. Ed is a science writer for The Atlantic and the author of an exceptional earlier book on the microbiome called I Contain Multitudes. This new book tours the wide diversity of animal senses. It asks what it's like to be a bat, sure, but also what it's like to be a star-nosed mole, a manatee, or a mantis shrimp. Informed by some truly extraordinary science, the book considers how it might feel to electrolocate around the ocean, to hear through the threads of a web, or to be tugged by the earth's magnetic field. There's a lot of praise I could lavish on this book, but I'll just say this: it really makes you feel more alive. Reading it makes everything, in fact, seem more alive. It makes the world seem richer, more vivid, somehow more technicolor and finely textured. It makes you realize that every organism, all the creatures we share this planet with, possesses a kind of vibrant genius all their own. After this episode we will be on a short holiday, and then we'll be gearing up for Season 4. If you have guests or topics you want us to cover, please send us a note. And, of course: if you've enjoyed the show so far, we would be most grateful if you would leave us a rating or a review. I know I say this all the time, and it's probably a bit annoying: but it really, truly helps, and I would personally, very much appreciate it! Alright friends, now to my conversation with Ed Yong. Enjoy! A transcript of this episode will be available soon. Notes and links 3:30 – One of our earlier audio essays—'Me, my umwelt, and I'—profiled von Uexküll and his concept of an Umwelt. 6:00 – The classic Nagel article ‘What is it like to be a bat?'; Mike Tomasello's recent variant, ‘What is it like to be a chimpanzee?', which we discussed just last episode. 10:00 – One of many articles by Ed about COVID-19. He was awarded a Pulitzer prize for his coverage of the pandemic. 14:30 – A popular article on proprioception. 19:00 – A research article on the evolution of opsin proteins. 20:00 – A primer on echolocation. 25:00 – A brief article on heat-sensitive pits in snakes. 26:30 – An academic article about the “star” of the star-nosed mole. A video showing the star-nosed mole in action. 31:00 – A popular article about the eyes of starfish. 32:00 – A collection of research articles about the Ampullae of Lorenzini. 35:00 – A very recent article about spider webs as “outsourced” hearing. 38:00 – A research article about aspects of bird song that humans can't hear. 40:00 – A study by Lucy Bates and colleagues about how elephants operate with a spatial model of where their kin are. You can read more about Ed's work at his website, catch up on his stories in The Atlantic, or follow him on Twitter. Many Minds is a project of the Diverse Intelligences Summer Institute (DISI) (https://disi.org), which is made possible by a generous grant from the Templeton World Charity Foundation to UCLA. It is hosted and produced by Kensy Cooperrider, with help from assistant producer Cecilia Padilla. Creative support is provided by DISI Directors Erica Cartmill and Jacob Foster. Our artwork is by Ben Oldroyd (https://www.mayhilldesigns.co.uk/). Our transcripts are created by Sarah Dopierala (https://sarahdopierala.wordpress.com/). You can subscribe to Many Minds on Apple, Stitcher, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Google Play, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. **You can now subscribe to the Many Minds newsletter here!** We welcome your comments, questions, and suggestions. Feel free to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. For updates about the show, visit our website (https://disi.org/manyminds/), or follow us on Twitter: @ManyMindsPod.
Maia Sutherland Maia Sutherland has treated people's health through acupuncture and massage for nearly thirty years. A child of ‘hippy' parents from a ‘hippy' town, she grew up firmly entrenched in the belief system that fruits and vegetables are superfoods and animal products are bad. After enough of a lifetime getting sicker and fatter, she discovered the transformative world of ketosis. This journey over the last three years, has changed much of her ‘belief' replacing it with a quantifiable understanding of what helps a human animal to be more optimised. So enthused by these revelations, she is in the process of writing a book, hoping to inspire others, anywhere in the world on any budget and education, to simply and enjoyably reverse their own disease process, using the power of low carbohydrate feasting and fasting. Who was THE ONE Dr. Jason Fung Maia's Top Tips Get as Informed as you possibly can. Start by changing one meal for example make your breakfast high fat and low carb. When you start be clever with yourself and have snacks at hand so you are not reliant on carb laden foods. Resources Mentioned Dr Jason Fung Andrew Huberman Huberman Lab Dan Greef's Deliciously Guilt Free Quotes by Maia Sutherland “I used to think that being vegetarian was the healthiest thing in the whole world whilst I slowly fell apart.” “At the end of that month my short term memory came back.” “I just felt beyond amazing” “Fasting is a superpower, keto is self medicine, low carb is for when life is stressful.” “I am not one who thinks you should add pain, when you are in pain.” “We basically spent a month just looking each other in shock.” “One of the things I notice is that people are very unkind to themselves.” “I want to encourage people that all the changes that you make, accumulate into who you are.” “I do think that it's important to point out that nothing you eat is keto. You are in ketosis.” “Everything is better when I'm keto or fasting. Everything is worse when I'm low carb, except I feel a bit more emotionally comforted me by my choices.” Connect with Maia Sutherland on social media Facebook Profile: https://www.facebook.com/Contactmaia Or you can submit a message via our contact page and we will forward it to Maia If you have enjoyed listening to this episode - Leave us a review By leaving us a review on your favourite podcast platform, you help us to be found by others. Support us on Patreon Help Jackie and Louise make more episodes by supporting them on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/FabulouslyKeto Connect with us on social media https://www.facebook.com/FabulouslyKeto https://www.instagram.com/FabulouslyKeto1 https://twitter.com/FabulouslyKeto Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FabulouslyKeto Music by Bob Collum Recommend a guest We would love to know if you have a favourite guest you would like us to interview. Let us know who you would like to hear of if you have a particular topic you would like us to cover. https://fabulouslyketo.com/recommend-a-guest We sometimes get a small commission on some of the links, this goes towards the costs of producing the podcast.
This episode of All Things Judicial podcast focuses on the Chief Justice's Taskforce on ACEs-Informed Courts and the strategic partnership with Proverbs 226, a faith-based non-profit focused on reconciling incarcerated fathers with their families. Guests on this episode are District Attorney Ben David who serves New Hanover and Pender counties, and Cyril Prabhu, president and founder of Proverbs 226."Having fathers involved in the lives of their kids is a great thing," said David on the podcast. "If they are incarcerated, we need to keep that bond between children and their fathers ... that's good for the kids, it's good for the dads, and it's good for society at large when we talk about reducing the rates of recidivism."The term "ACEs" refers to "adverse childhood experiences" and "adverse community environments." The Task Force's mission is to understand the impact of ACEs on children and develop strategies for addressing adverse childhood experiences within our court system.
LISTENShare with your Friends & FamilyShow Notes:In this week's From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul gives a refresher on informed consent, reminding us that a “safe and effective” narrative is not a demonstration of information and knowledge. It is more critical than ever for us to seek care providers for our children capable of educating us on the benefits, risks, and alternatives to a proposed treatment. If a doctor cannot do this, then they cannot give informed consent! This we [...]
* Last week, we began a new series - a study of Paul's letter to the church of Ephesus. * Paul called upon his fellow believers to "walk worthy of the calling with which they were called." The letter can be broken up into two primary sections - doctrinal and practical. In the doctrinal section (comprising chapters 1-3), Paul is explaining to the saints the profound depth of their calling in Christ Jesus. In the practical section (comprising chapters 4-6), Paul reveals how we are to walk worthy of that calling in this world. * Last week, we saw how Paul began by revealing God's Sovereign redemptive plan and purpose, and the extent of the spiritual blessings which He has freely bestowed upon those who believe! As believers in Christ - We are blessed with every spiritual blessing, We are Chosen, We are Adopted as Sons of God, We are Accepted (favored by God), We are Redeemed and Pardoned, We are Informed regarding the Will of God, We are Promised an Inheritance, and We are Sealed with the Holy Spirit! * Based upon these truths and knowing that these Ephesians saints had placed their trust in Christ, Paul proclaims his thankfulness and intercessions to God on their behalf. * This message was presented on July 17, 2022 by Bob Corbin.
Episode 88. Dr. Jeff Barke and Dr. Mark McDonald discuss freedom. Freedom as it is portrayed in the United States and freedom as it is practiced in other countries. Where are we going as a nation both medically and politically. Gain fresh perspective with a review of Dr. Mark's recent travels to other countries. Informed Dissent #88 is the intersection of healthcare and politics. Listen now.https://informeddissentmedia.com/Support the show
LISTENShare with your Friends & FamilyShow Notes: In this week's From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about the independence and freedom we still get to enjoy in this country, despite the unrest we have been witnessing. He reminds us that many have bravely sacrificed their lives so that we can have these freedoms and it is up to us as parents to raise up secure, independent young people who will become the next generation of leaders in this country. Political economist Dr. Toby [...]
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