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Throughout our lives, we all experience a barrage of small “t” traumas, and when facing a crisis, we do whatever we can to get through it. However, once that crisis has passed, people often continue trying to deal with the trauma to re-establish their stability.In March of 2021, amidst all the challenges of the COVID crisis, I had the privilege of interviewing the remarkable Dr. Kemia Sarraf. In our discussion, we dove into the reality of trauma, and Kermia explained how to mitigate its impact. That interview was one of our most popular and impactful interviews ever. This week, we revisit it. Kemia, also known by many as Dr. K, is a physician, educator, and leadership coach with a sub-specialty in leadership and coaching on severe burnout, toxic stress, and trauma. She is the founder and CEO of Lodestar, a professional coaching and consulting firm using a 360-degree trauma-aware container for coaching, coach training, leadership training, and justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion facilitation. Join us today to learn from Dr. K's profound insights as she weaves her personal stories into her extensive coaching experience to navigate the delicate balance between coaching and therapy. This interview will enlighten you and hopefully leave you feeling lighter and more empowered!Show Highlights:Kermia shares her personal experience of trauma and explains how it impacted her life and her workWhat coaching teaches usHow the effects of burnout go far deeper than just the symptomsHow toxic stress impacts individuals and communitiesThe importance of recognizing and addressing small “t” traumasWhat is the difference between coaching and therapy?Why it is essential to understand trauma without necessarily having to know every detail about its causeHow grounding techniques can help people in the midst of a crisis regain controlKermia shares her personal experience with ACEs (Adverse Childhood Events)Why is trauma-informed counseling essential for healing?How trauma mitigation coaches help people recognize their agency and develop the necessary skills to manage traumatic encountersBio: Dr. Kemia Sarraf - or "Dr. K" as she is most often known - is an internist, educator, and physician & leadership coach whose subspecialty paradigm focuses on leadership and coaching in and beyond severe burnout, toxic stress, and the trauma of these times. She is the founder and CEO of Lodestar, a professional coaching and consulting firm that utilizes a 360° trauma-aware container for coaching, coach training, leadership training, and Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion facilitation.Dr. Sarraf received her Medical Degree and Master of Public Health at the University of Utah School of Medicine and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine. She serves as Adjunct Asst. Professor at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine where she works in the office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion.A gifted storyteller and much-sought speaker, Dr. K's communication style is deeply intuitive, rooted in both the power of connection and the knowledge that intratraumatic growth is not just aspirational, but possible. Weaving her background and deep understanding of trauma and the multivariate ways in which it "shows up" with her skills as an executive coach, Dr. K's trademarked coaching paradigm has a lens tuned to the vicarious or secondary trauma that is a part of daily life for high achieving, hard-driving, highly skilled professionals in any industry.Blending extensive experience with balance, humor, and endless empathy, Dr. K has helped countless physicians and...
In this weeks episode you'll learn about two often confused syndromes that cause elevated body temperature! Episode written by Dr. Thomas Kiebalo (Internal Medicine Resident) and reviewed by Dr. Peter Wu (Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology and General Internal Medicine) and Dr. Gillian Spiegle (General Internal Medicine). Infographic by Dr. Shannon Gui (Internal Medicine Resident). Support the show
Leland Stillman MD, became a doctor to help people achieve their highest potential. He specialized in Internal Medicine and continued his studies in natural and functional medicine. =======Thanks to my Sponsors for Helping Support me:If you or know some body you know is struggling with anxiety and want to know how to be 100% anxiety free, in 6 weeks, without therapy or drugs, fully guaranteed - then let me tell you about our sponsor Daniel Packard.His research company spent 8 years testing to develop an innovative process that solves your anxiety permanently in just 6 weeks - with an astounding 90% success rate. Because their program is so effective, people who join their program only pay at the end, once they have clear, measurable results.If you're interested in solving your anxiety in 6 weeks - fully guaranteed - and you want to learn more and have a free consultation with Daniel, go to https://www.danielpackard.com/--------------------------Do you have High Blood Pressure and/ or want to get off the MedsDoctors are amazed at what the Zona Plus can do$50 Discount with my Code ROY https://www.zona.com/discount/ROY Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts https://bio.link/podcaster ============About Dr. Leland Stillman: Leland Stillman MD, became a doctor to help people achieve their highest potential. He specialized in Internal Medicine and continued his studies in natural and functional medicine. His mentors have included naturopaths, acupuncturists, chiropractors, and homeopaths, as well as medical doctors. Hippocrates said, “The greatest medicine of all is teaching people how not to need it.” That is exactly what Dr. Stillman does. What we Discussed: - Who is Dr. Leland Stillman 2 mins) - The interview he gave and how colleagues reacted ( 5 mins) and more==================== How to Contact Dr. Leland Stillman : https://linktr.ee/stillmanmd https://www.youtube.com/@LelandStillmanMD/videos ===============Donations https://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/support/ Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts + Donations https://bio.link/podcaster
In this episode, we walk through Dr. Ishwari Chandran's journey to residency. She provides insights on when to begin preparation, how to remain motivated and what to expect going into residency. As she is now a PGY-2 Internal Medicine, she has a different understanding of what it means to be a doctor who is responsible for patients. Listen to how she learned her best practices and own method of care!
Dr. David L. Katz is a specialist in Internal Medicine, Preventive Medicine/Public Health, and Lifestyle Medicine, with expertise in nutrition. The recipient of numerous awards for teaching, writing, and contributions to public health, Dr. Katz was a 2019 James Beard Foundation Award nominee in health journalism, has been a widely supported nominee for the position of U.S. Surgeon General, and has received three honorary doctorates. He is a 2023 recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Doctors' World Gala. He holds multiple US patents, has over 200 peer-reviewed publications, has published many hundreds of online and newspaper columns; and has authored/co-authored 19 books to date, including multiple editions of leading textbooks in nutrition, preventive medicine, and epidemiology. His most recent book for a general audience, How to Eat, co-authored with Mark Bittman, was a 2021 IACP Awards finalist. His career-long focus has been translating science into action for adding years to life, life to years, and on the confluence of human and planetary health. In this episode: Dr. Katz explains how addiction is possible and why it exists We discuss how food could fit into meeting criteria for addiction Dr. Katz shares his opinion on labeling food addiction and obesity as diseases We discuss culinary medicine and tastebud rehab Dr. Katz explains why emphasis on whole foods remains a steady recommendation despite new fad diets We get some of Dr. Katz's book recommendations, and he answers our signature question Follow Dr. Katz: Website: https://davidkatzmd.com/ Books: https://www.amazon.com/stores/David-L.-Katz-MD/author/B001IXPPG2?ref=ap_rdr&store_ref=ap_rdr&isDramIntegrated=true&shoppingPortalEnabled=true Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidKatz/ The content of our show is educational only. It does not supplement or supersede your healthcare provider's professional relationship and direction. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified mental health providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition, substance use disorder, or mental health concern.
In the wake of my father's recent cancer diagnosis, my focus has sharpened on the critical realm of early cancer detection. This unexpected event injected a surge of urgency into my unyielding quest for preventive wellness, leading me back to the brilliant Dr. Ahvie Herskowitz. Embark on a journey into preventive health as I reunite with Dr. Ahvie, the founder of Anatara Medicine, one of the most comprehensive IV treatment centers in Northern California. The multidisciplinary integrative center in San Francisco treats some of the most difficult chronic health conditions using a unique integrative approach and a host of modern medical technologies and tools. Dr. Ahvie is a former Clinical Professor of Medicine at UC San Francisco (UCSF) and the personal physician to some of the Bay Area's top biohackers, celebrities, actors, and longevity enthusiasts, along with a wide range of patients looking for eradication of issues like mold, spike protein, fungus, viral particles, and much more. His training includes a medical degree from The Albert Einstein College of Medicine and a Chief Residency in Anatomic Pathology and Internal Medicine, followed by fellowship training in cardiology at The Johns Hopkins Medical Center. During his 12 years at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Ahvie was co-appointed in the Departments of Medicine and Molecular Immunology and Microbiology. His clinical responsibilities were complemented by directing a multidisciplinary NIH-sponsored research team in the study of molecular immunological and genomic mechanisms of inflammation and cell injury, autoimmunity, transplantation, congestive heart failure, and myocarditis. Today, Dr. Ahvie is back to impart his wealth of knowledge on colon cancer, spanning early detection methods, cancer screening, preventive remedies, and the vital role lifestyle and diet play in managing and preventing this condition. This episode promises a thought-provoking journey into the intricacies of colon health and its profound implications for overall well-being. Full show notes: https://bengreenfieldlife.com/cancerepisode Episode Sponsors: Essentia: Save an additional $100 on your mattress with code BENVIP at myessentia.com/bengreenfield. LMNT: Go to DrinkLMNT.com/BenGreenfield to get a free gift with your purchase! Calroy: Visit calroy.com/ben save 20% when you bundle a 3-month supply of Arterosil HP. KetoMed: Visit ketomed.com/ben use code Ben40 for $40.00 off, free shipping, and no tax. FUM: Head to tryfum.com/BEN and use code BEN to save an additional 10% off.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Did you know that conventional labs miss 50% of Lyme cases? If you've been diagnosed with environmentally acquired illnesses or Lyme disease (or suspect you have either), you DON'T want to miss this episode. Our guest, Dr. T Emily Rowe, is the Co-Founder of Miami Beach Comprehensive Wellness Center. Emily graduated from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in 2004 with a doctorate in medicine. After a brief time in the field of Internal Medicine, she became frustrated with the Western approach to illness. She realized that she was being trained to treat the symptoms of the disease and its end-stage complications while failing to address its root cause. Dr. Emily specializes in the treatment of complex chronic medical illnesses using a comprehensive range of therapies that address the underlying causes of the patient's illness rather than merely the symptoms. KEY TAKEAWAYS Dr. Emily's journey with Lyme disease The 8 Signs That Your Aches and Pains May be Due to Lyme Disease and other Tick-Borne Infections The importance of an integrated approach to patient care The five elements of traditional Chinese medicine The role these 5 elements play in the balance of energies in the body, contributing to everything from our personality traits to health and well-being How Chinese medicine and acupuncture are used for pain management Advice for the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease and other stealth infections Practical tips to start regaining control of your health right away You can learn more about Dr. Emily's services at https://www.miamibeachcwc.com/. And, you'll find all of the links in the show notes at www.RonadLisa.com/Podcast
Medical missionaries from Western industrialized nations frequently encounter ethically disturbing situations when providing care in the developing world. This may be due to generally-recognized ethical principles being largely influenced by Western realities, beliefs and values. Individuals in resource-limited settings may have very different views on the risks and benefits of medical care, widely disparate access to reliable treatment, and decision-making that emphasizes honoring the opinions of the group over those of the individual. After briefly reviewing some basic tenets of medical ethics, this session will work through a number of actual cases with the goal of finding potential ways forward in each.
HOST: Dr. Jimmy Stewart, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.TOPIC(S): Nausea, Hair Loss, Abdominal Pain, Fatigue, and MoreEMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Interviewees: Cleveland Clinic Group - Craig Nielsen MD (Clinical Leadership), Stacie Jhaveri MD, Diane Young MD (OB-GYN clerkship), Theresa Papich (4th year medical student). Description: This is a story about what happens when everything goes well and when creativity and a can do attitude lead the discussion. Today, we are talking with a team of OB-GYN clerkship, residency and clinical leaders from Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, and Theresa Papich, a 4th year medical school student who is a wheelchair user. Throughout our conversation we discuss the accommodations employed to create equal access and the lessons learned along the way. Most importantly we'll talk with Theresa about how this experience felt for her and what she believes schools can do to improve access for learners with disabilities. Transcript: https://bit.ly/DWDI_Podcast_Ep79 Produced by: Lisa Meeks and Tamar Faggen Audio editor: Jacob Freeman Digital Media: Katie Sullivan Keywords: medical education, disability representation, doctors with disabilities, accessibility, disability mentorship, OB-GYN, clerkship, disability inclusion, wheelchair user, clinical accommodations, internal medicine Website: https://www.docswithdisabilities.org/podcast
The Plant-Based Bundle: 130+ ebooks and courses. $3,500+ total value. Only $50. Expires 11/27/23. https://bit.ly/chefajplantbasedbundle GET MY FREE INSTANT POT COOKBOOK: https://www.chefaj.com/instant-pot-download ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MY LATEST BESTSELLING BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1570674086?tag=onamzchefajsh-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=1570674086&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.1GNPDCAG4A86S ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice. The content of this podcast is provided for informational or educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health issue without consulting your doctor. Always seek medical advice before making any lifestyle changes. Dr. Steven Lome is a cardiologist practicing in Monterey CA on preventing and reversing heart disease with plant-based nutrition and lifestyle medicine. Dr. Lome has an active YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/stevenlome and is the founder/author of HeartStrong.com, a free website to teach people the power of plant-based diets and lifestyle changes to prevent and reverse chronic diseases. Read Dr. Lome's Forks Over Knives article detailing how he fell into two traps: The Standard American Diet (SAD) and practicing standard western medicine, totally ignoring diet and lifestyle. He successfully lost 100 pounds making many mistakes along the way. https://www.forksoverknives.com/success-stories/watching-forks-over-knives-changed-this-doctors-life-and-career/ He now has a strong commitment to helping others overcome their unhealthy lifestyle habits seeing the power of lifestyle medicine personally and within his family. Dr. Lome resuscitated two runners during a marathon in November 2022. Both men survived and are not following whole food plant based diets! See them on The Today Show here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLkiEOKph9c . The two runners are coming back to run the race again with Dr. Lome November 12th 2023! Dr. Lome holds board certifications in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiac CT, Nuclear Cardiology, Echocardiography, Vascular Medicine, he is a registered vascular technologist (R.V.T.) and a registered physician in vascular interpretation (R.P.V.I.). As a member of the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine, Dr. Lome has stood alongside Dr. Neal Barnard helping to change legislation and policies to improve nutrition in America. He is the founder of the Plant Based Nutrition Movement (PBNM.org) and continues to show a never ending passion to fight chronic diseases with plants. Dr. Lome enjoys running, swimming and his family. His wife, Helen, is a dedicated plant-based family physician and together they have 6 plant-based children. Dr. Steven Lome Cardiovascular Disease / Lifestyle Medicine Medical Director – Montage Cardiology Chief of Cardiology - Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula Office: 831-647-1123 On Twitter: https://twitter.com/SteveLome
In this week's podcast, VN Times editor Lacey Pitcher talks to RVN Laura Jones, founder of www.veterinaryinternalmedicinenursing.com and veterinary technician specialist in small animal medicine. Laura is a regular speaker at many big conferences around the UK and further afield, but we want to know about the person behind accolades and how she is sharing her passion for medicine with many other nurses. ______________
Katie Passaretti, MD, is vice president and enterprise chief epidemiologist at Atrium Health. Dr. Passaretti is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. She is a member of the Society of Healthcare Epidemiology of America. Learn more about Katie here: https://atriumhealth.org/clinical-expert-details/katie-passaretti-md
Listen Saturday mornings at 8 as Dr. Msonthi Levine discusses medical issues and takes your calls on News Talk 560 KLVI. Dr Levine is board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. His office is located at 3080 Milam in Beaumont, Texas. He can be reached at 409-347-3621.
Most people assume that pain and illness are the straightforward result of injury and disease. However, one in six adults suffers from chronic pain or illness that is either “medically unexplained” or unresponsive to virtually any treatment. These patients often live with a psychophysiologic disorder (PPD), the increasingly common clinical term for very real stress-related and brain-generated medical conditions. Such chronic symptoms manifest themselves as everything from fibromyalgia to irritable bowel syndrome, and their incompatibility with conventional diagnosis leaves most PPD patients feeling neglected by the medical profession and hopeless about their future.Lisa is joined by Dr. David Clarke, the President of the Psychophysiologic Disorders Association (PPDA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to ending the chronic pain epidemic. Dr. Clarke graduated from Williams College with a bachelor's degree in psychology, and he holds an MD from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. He is Board-certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. His organization's mission is to advance the awareness, diagnosis, and treatment of stress-related and brain-generated medical conditions. The PPDA supports an evidence-based, biopsychosocial approach that is safer, more affordable, and more effective than traditional treatments of chronic pain. With a focus on uncovering stress and identifying trauma, the PPDA encourages patients to take control of their symptoms without drugs, surgery, or expensive treatments. Dr. Clarke is the organization's president, a renowned gastroenterologist, author of three books, producer of three films, and an international lecturer on psychophysiologic disorders. Learn more at EndChronicPain.org.The Psychophysiologic Disorders Association (PPDA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to ending the chronic pain epidemic by promoting awareness of PPD diagnosis and treatment. Educating medical professionals is the first step in creating a healthcare system that is more compassionate toward PPD and more capable of serving every patient. In 2021, opioids accounted for over 80,000 of the drug overdose deaths reported in the United States. The opioid crisis is a plague on modern health care, and much of its strength originates from those patients unable to find understanding and relief — like those suffering from brain-generated symptoms.“It's all about awareness,” says Dr. David Clarke, renowned gastroenterologist and president of PPDA. “The more people — both medical professionals and more members of the public — who know about psychophysiologic disorders and what makes them tick, the more we will see diagnosis and effective treatment on the rise.”The Psychophysiologic Disorders Association supports an evidence-based, biopsychosocial approach that is safer, more affordable, and more effective than traditional methods in treating chronic pain. With a focus on uncovering stress, trauma, and unrecognized emotion, patients are able to take control of their symptoms without drugs, surgery, or expensive treatments. What's more, the organization is a leader and chief facilitator within the industry, supporting some of the most robust resources available for PPD patients and professionals:This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5948889/advertisement
Nathan Kudlapur and Koushik Kondapi lead medical students Fikayo Olamigoke & Saihej Basra through a case of a refugee with fever and headache.Check out Nathan's YouTube Channel for concise and high-yield MedEd videos!Host: Koushik Kondapi & Nathan KudlapurDiscussants: Fikayo Olamigoke & Saihej BasraA&O Team Member: Kevin GrudzinskiProduced By: Kevin Grudzinski, Nathan Kudlapur & Koushik KondapiAlert & Oriented is a medical student-run clinical reasoning podcast dedicated to providing a unique platform for early learners to practice their skills as a team in real-time. Through our podcast, we strive to foster a learning environment where medical students can engage with one another, share knowledge, and gain valuable experience in clinical reasoning. We aim to provide a comprehensive and supportive platform for early learners to develop their clinical reasoning skills, build confidence in their craft, and become the best clinicians they can be.Follow the team on Twitter:A&ORich AbramsNathan KudlapurNU Internal MedA fantastic resource, by learners, for learners in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Primary Care, Emergency Medicine, and Hospital Medicine.Check out Nathan's YouTube Channel for concise and high-yield MedEd videos!
Anna has type 1 diabetes and is an Internal Medicine physician. This BetterHelp link saves 10% on your first month of therapy Try delicious AG1 - Drink AG1.com/Juicebox Use code JUICEBOX to save 40% at Cozy Earth Get Gvoke HypoPen CONTOUR NextGen smart meter and CONTOUR DIABETES app Learn about the Dexcom G6 and G7 CGM Go tubeless with Omnipod 5 or Omnipod DASH Get your supplies from US MED or call 888-721-1514 Learn about Touched By Type 1 Take the T1DExchange survey A full list of our sponsors How to listen, disclaimer and more Apple Podcasts> Subscribe to the podcast today! The podcast is available on Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadio, Radio Public, Amazon Music and all Android devices The show is now available as an Alexa skill. My type 1 diabetes parenting blog Arden's Day Listen to the Juicebox Podcast online Read my award winning memoir: Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal: Confessions of a Stay-At-Home Dad The Juicebox Podcast is a free show, but if you'd like to support the podcast directly, you can make a gift here or buy me a coffee. Thank you! Follow Scott on Social Media @JuiceboxPodcast Disclaimer - Nothing you hear on the Juicebox Podcast or read on Arden's Day is intended as medical advice. You should always consult a physician before making changes to your health plan. If the podcast has helped you to live better with type 1 please tell someone else how to find the show and consider leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Thank you! The Juicebox Podcast is not a charitable organization.
You may know what to do with hyperglyecmia- but do you know what to do when the glucose goes low? Learn how to treat this dangerous (and less taught) condition in this weeks episode! This episode was written by Isabel Shamsudeen (Internal Medicine Resident), and reviewed by Dr. Tayyab Khan (Endocrinology) and Dr. Saira Zafar (General Internal Medicine). Episode produced by Dr. Margaret Sun (Internal Medicine Resident). Infographic by Dr. Caitlyn Vlasschaert (Internal Medicine Resident). Support the show
Host: Jasmine T. Kency, M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Topic: Seasonal Illnesses - the Common Cold, Flu, Upper Respiratory Infection, and Covid 19.Email the show: email@example.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today I have the privilege of sharing a recent conversation I had with Dr. Stacy Heimburger Smalley, an Internal Medicine doctor and Certified life and weight loss coach. Stacy helps high achieving busy women find the time they need to focus on their health goals without sacrificing any of their high performing rolls. Weight loss is about so much more than the number on the scale and the information Dr. Smalley shared is a refreshing take on how to do it in a way that brings lasting change to your life. In This Episode: Physicians perspective and training around weight loss Benefits of no sugar The importance of planning Determining your self worth People pleasing Setting boundaries Women being “volun-told” what to do in the work place www.sugarfreemd.com/dinner Connect with Stacy – IG: @sugar_freemd FB: Sugarfree MD Podcast: http://Weightlossmadesimple.buzzsprout.com Link to full notes: https://michellebourquecoaching.com/ep-264-best-of-replay-weightloss-for-high-achieving-women-a-conversation-with-dr-stacy-heimburger-smalley/
Emily Rowe, MD, AP, goes beyond the world of conventional medicine by combining intellect with intuition, holding multiple paradigms in her mind simultaneously. Utilizing an individualized approach, she digs deeply into the root causes of diseases, using cutting-edge laboratories and awareness of how ecological toxins can affect health. As she has personal experience with medical issues related to environmentally acquired illnesses, she embodies empathy for her clients. Emily T. Rowe graduated from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in 2004 with a doctorate degree in medicine. After a brief time in the field of Internal Medicine, she became frustrated with the Western approach to illness. She realized that she was being trained to treat the symptoms of disease and its end-stage complications, while failing to address its root cause. Inspired to find a comprehensive and definitive way to heal her patients, she went back to school and completed her Master's Degree in Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture (Master of Oriental Medicine) in 2009. She and her husband, Christopher M. Estes MD, opened the Miami Beach Comprehensive Wellness Center in 2017. In this episode, we cover: - Emily's tumultuous health history and how she overcame it all - the biggest symptoms of Lyme disease - the best functional treatment options for Lyme - why lifestyle modifications are so important when treating chronic conditions ... and more! You can connect with her over on Instagram: @emilyrowemd Or check out her website @miamibeachcwc.com MSIDS Quiz Why Can't I Get Better: Solving the Mystery of Lyme and Chronic Disease InfectoLab for T-cell Reactivity Testing You can learn more about me by following on IG @imperfectlypaigewellness or by checking out my blog, freebies, and offers on my website: https://imperfectlypaigewellness.com Please share with #PaigeTalksWellness to help get the word out about the show - and join the Imperfect Health Fam over on Facebook.
HOST: Dr. Jimmy Stewart, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.TOPIC(S): Infections, Liver Enzymes, Strep Complications, Alzheimer's, and MoreEMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What does it mean to be trauma-informed? What are somatics? How does anti-racism work intersect with trauma, and what can be done to start healing that trauma? In this series on healthcare and social disparities, Dr. Jill Wener, a board-certified Internal Medicine specialist, anti-racism educator, meditation expert, and tapping practitioner, interviews experts and gives her own insights into multiple fields relating to social justice and anti-racism. In this episode, Jill interviews Raina LaGrand, somatic trauma therapist, yoga teacher, and speaker/facilitator specializing in racial identity, trauma, relationships and embodiment. They discuss how racism, oppression, and colonialism integrate with trauma treatment as well as the grief associated with anti-racism work, and how to approach those feelings. Raina LaGrand's work is guided by a deep belief that the relationships we choose are opportunities to practice new behaviors and values that weren't available to us in our families of origin. In her practice, she primarily helps mixed race adults and interracial couples uncover who they are underneath their trauma so they can build healthy and meaningful relationships. She also provides coaching and courses for people of all identities. LINKS www.roottorisesomatics.com @roottorisesomatics on FB, IG, and TT ** Our website www.consciousantiracism.com You can learn more about Dr. Wener and her online meditation and tapping courses at www.jillwener.com, and you can learn more about her online social justice course, Conscious Anti Racism: Tools for Self-Discovery, Accountability, and Meaningful Change at https://theresttechnique.com/courses/conscious-anti-racism. If you're a healthcare worker looking for a CME-accredited course, check out Conscious Anti-Racism: Tools for Self-Discovery, Accountability, and Meaningful Change in Healthcare at www.theresttechnique.com/courses/conscious-anti-racism-healthcare Join her Conscious Anti-Racism facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/307196473283408 Follow her on: Instagram at @jillwenerMD Twitter at @jillwenerMD Facebook at @jillwenerMDmeditation LinkedIn at @jill-wener-md-682746125
It's been 20 years since the untimely death of actor and comedian John Ritter, star of Three's Company among many other TV shows and movies. John passed away with what was ultimately diagnosed as Aortic Dissection - a life-threatening condition in which a tear occurs in the inner layer of the aorta, the body's main artery. Dr. Jeanine Cook-Garard speaks with John Ritter's wife, Amy Yasbeck, an actress and the founder of The John Ritter Foundation for Aortic Health, and Dr. Dianna M. Milewicz, the President George H.W. Bush Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine, Director of the Division of Medical Genetics and Vice-Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston McGovern Medical School. Together, they are here to discuss Aortic Dissection and the vital work that The John Ritter Foundation does, which was created by Amy in his honor.
Dr. Yoni Ashar, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, joined Newsline with Brigitte Quinn to speak about new evidence supporting the effectiveness of brain-based treatments for chronic back pain.
Dive into a captivating podcast episode featuring Dr. Eric Westman and Dr. Tro Kalayjian as they dissect the mysteries of metabolic health. From surprising effects on LDL cholesterol to real-life cases, the duo navigates the uncharted waters of nutrition with humor and clinical finesse. Unveiling unconventional insights and challenging norms, this dynamic conversation brings a fresh perspective to the ever-evolving world of dietary choices and individualized strategies for optimal well-being. Join the excitement as these two doctors unravel the complexities, leaving listeners with a newfound appreciation for the science behind metabolic health.“Change your food, change your life!”Dr. Eric Westman and his Adapt Your Life Academy team are on a mission to empower people around the world to transform their health through the science-backed benefits of low-carbohydrate and ketogenic diets.Dr. Westman is an obesity medicine specialist and trusted expert in the therapeutic power of carbohydrate restriction, and clinical research, and has treated patients using low-carb keto diets for over twenty-five years. He makes keto SIMPLE, so that YOU can LOSE weight, REVERSE chronic disease and GET the RESULTS you want.Get started NOW by grabbing our FREE GUIDE – 10 Tips for Starting Keto Right.
David Margolius is the Director of Public Health, City of Cleveland. On August 1, 2022, Dr.Margolius took the oath of office as the city's first physician Public Health Director in over 40years.Dave was born in Cleveland and raised in Shaker Heights. For the 7 years prior to joining theCity of Cleveland, he worked at MetroHealth System as a Primary Care Physician and held anumber of leadership positions including Division Director of Internal Medicine.An active educator, he is an Associate Professor in the School of Medicine at Case WesternReserve University and faculty for the Medical Director Leadership Institute at Harvard MedicalSchool's Center for Primary Care. He has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals ona wide range of public health topics from COVID-19 response in underserved communities andthe opioid crisis, to hypertension in low-income populations and best practices in primary care,preventative medicine and family medicine.Dr. Margolius holds an MD from Alpert Medical School at Brown University and a BA inbiology from Brown. He completed his residency in internal medicine at University ofCalifornia, San Francisco where he spent his last year as Chief Resident of Quality Improvementand Patient Safety before returning to Cleveland and joining the MetroHealth System. He liveswith his wife and two children in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood of Cleveland.Dr. Margolius' vision for Cleveland's Department of Public Health is for it to become the mostresponsive, most trusted, most impactful health department in the country
Roger Seheult, MD of MedCram explores the role of interferon in SARS-CoV2 infection, and how hydrotherapy might be an additional tool that can be used in the treatment of infections such as future variants or pandemics where the adaptive immune system cannot be stimulated to act. See all Dr. Seheult's videos at: https://www.medcram.com/ (This video was recorded on November 9th, 2023) Roger Seheult, MD is the co-founder and lead professor at https://www.medcram.com He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine and an Associate Professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine. MEDCRAM WORKS WITH MEDICAL PROGRAMS AND HOSPITALS: MedCram offers group discounts for students and medical programs, hospitals, and other institutions. Contact us at email@example.com if you are interested. MEDIA CONTACT: Media Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Media contact info: https://www.medcram.com/pages/media-contact Video Produced by Kyle Allred FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: https://www.facebook.com/MedCram https://twitter.com/MedCramVideos https://www.instagram.com/medcram DISCLAIMER: MedCram medical videos are for medical education and exam preparation, and NOT intended to replace recommendations from your doctor.
Host: Jasmine T. Kency, M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.Guest(s): Dr. Felicitas Koller, Associate Professor of Transplant Surgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center; and Belinda Lane, Community Outreach Coordinator for MORATopic: Organ and Tissue Transplants and DonationsUMMC's Donor Screen; Follow Donate Life on Instagram (@donatelifems); and Facebook (Donate Life Mississippi)Email the show: email@example.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
MegaQuake 2024: How 3 Timelines and 7 Events Signal Apocalyptic TimesInterview with Richard RuhlingIn this episode of Faith and Family Fellowship, Dallas interviews Richard Ruhling, author of "MegaQuake 2024: How 3 Timelines and 7 Events Signal Apocalyptic Times".About the Author:Dr. Richard Ruhling, MD, MPH, is a seasoned medical professional who earned board certification in Internal Medicine and shared his expertise by teaching Health Science at Loma Linda University. Notably, the National Institutes of Health recognized his contributions by gifting his institution $40 million for a study focused on understanding why the local community enjoyed a longer lifespan, a study that underscored the health benefits of a vegan or vegetarian diet and the potential reversibility of numerous diseases through wise dietary choices.About the Book:"MegaQuake 2024: How 3 Timelines and 7 Events Signal Apocalyptic Times" intricately weaves together seismic predictions, biblical prophecies, and historical parallels, culminating in a stark warning of an imminent megaquake. The narrative, supported by analyses of the Pacific 'Ring of Fire' and interpretations of biblical passages, identifies the spring of 2024 as a pivotal moment. Historical events, from the Pope's visit to Congress to the legalization of homosexual marriage, are cited as precursors, aligning with a calculated timeline reminiscent of past celestial occurrences. The looming seismic event is portrayed as a catalyst for the day of the LORD, echoing historical signs like the Dark Day of May 19, 1780. Readers are urged to consider these warnings seriously, pondering a future where geopolitical and biblical events converge, prompting a reassessment of urban living in anticipation of potential catastrophe.Buy the Book: https://a.co/d/gfmRIQuThank you for listening and supporting the 'Faith and Family Fellowship PODCAST SHOW'. We are excited to connect with our listeners on our various platforms. Below are just some of the ways you can connect with us and support our various Christian Ministry projects worldwide.Support the Show (https://cash.app/$laymedownministry)Connect with us on Various Platforms (https://linktr.ee/faithandfamilyfellowship)Connect with Lay Me Down Ministries (https://www.facebook.com/LayMeDownMinistries)For Marketing and Publishing needs, Buscher's Social Media Marketing LLC (https://www.facebook.com/buscherssmm)
Dr. Lee explains what prebiotics and probiotics are, where we find them, and why we might need to supplement them. We discuss what causes damage to the good bacteria in our gut and how to regenerate them. We talk about nutrition and what we should be eating to create a healthy gut that will in turn create a healthy body.Dr. Amy Lee, the Head of Nutrition at Nucific, is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and a member of the National Board of Physician Nutrition Specialists and the American Board of Obesity Medicine. Go to Nucific.com to learn more about the work they are doing with probiotics.Find out more about the All In Running Club at www.allinhealthandwellness.com/all-in-running-clubVisit ConfidenceThroughHealth.com to find discounts to some of our favorite products.Follow me via All In Health and Wellness on Facebook or Instagram.Find my books on Amazon: No More Sugar Coating: Finding Your Happiness in a Crowded World and Confidence Through Health: Live the Healthy Lifestyle God DesignedProduction credit: Social Media Cowboys
HOST: Dr. Jimmy Stewart, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Atul Humar, MD, FRCP(C); Hannah Imlay, MD, MS; and Raymund Razonable, MD, discuss cytomegalovirus (CMV) management strategies in solid organ transplantation recipients, including:Evaluation of current data on CMV prevention in liver transplant recipientsPractical considerations for switching an institution's antiviral therapy of choice for primary prophylaxisBarrier of resistance to antiviral therapiesFactors to consider when deciding CMV treatment durationUse of lymphocyte count to assess CMV cell–mediated immunityProgram Director:Atul Humar, MD, FRCP(C)Professor of MedicineUniversity of Toronto Director, Ajmera Transplant CentreUniversity Health NetworkR. Fraser Elliott Chair in TransplantationDirector University of Toronto Transplant InstituteToronto, Ontario, CanadaFaculty:Hannah Imlay, MD, MSAssistant Professor of MedicineDepartment of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Utah Salt Lake City, UtahRaymund Razonable, MDProfessor of MedicineProgram Director, Infectious Diseases FellowshipVice Chair, Division of Infectious DiseasesMayo ClinicRochester, Minnesota Content based on a CME program supported by an educational grant from Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, NJ, USA.Follow along with a downloadable slideset at: https://bit.ly/476v2wILink to full program: https://bit.ly/47lNK2K
This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, AG1, and AquaTru. Our circadian rhythm is our body's innate clock that tells us when to wake up and when to go to sleep. Unfortunately, our modern lifestyle can really throw off this clock and the consequences are steep, resulting in poor sleep, or worse yet, reduced sleep that carries over to every aspect of our lives.In today's episode, I talk with Drs. Todd LePine, Andrew Huberman, and Roger Seheult about why your circadian rhythm matters, how to start your day off right, and ways to reprogram your body clock.Dr. Todd LePine graduated from Dartmouth Medical School and is board certified in internal medicine, specializing in integrative Functional Medicine. He is an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner. Prior to joining The UltraWellness Center, he worked as a physician at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, MA, for 10 years. Dr. LePine's focus at The UltraWellness Center is to help his patients achieve optimal health and vitality by restoring the natural balance to both the mind and the body.Dr. Andrew Huberman is a McKnight Foundation and Pew Foundation Fellow and was awarded the Cogan Award in 2017, which is given to the scientist making the largest discoveries in the study of vision. His lab's most recent work focuses on the influence of vision and respiration on human performance and brain states such as fear and courage. Work from the Huberman Laboratory at Stanford University School of Medicine has been published in top journals including Nature, Science, and Cell and has been featured in TIME, BBC, Scientific American, Discover, and other top media outlets.Dr. Roger Seheult is currently an associate clinical professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine, and an assistant clinical professor at the School of Medicine and Allied Health at Loma Linda University. Dr. Seheult is quadruple board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary diseases, critical-care medicine, and sleep medicine through the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is also the cofounder of MedCram, an online medical education company that helps healthcare professionals and laypeople understand medical topics clearly.This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, AG1, and AquaTru.Access more than 3,000 specialty lab tests with Rupa Health. You can check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com today.Head to drinkAG1.com/HYMAN to receive 10 FREE travel packs of AG1 with your first purchase.You can get AquaTru right now for $249. That's $100 off. Head over to drhyman.com/filter to get yours today!Full-length episodes of these interviews can be found here:Dr. Todd LePineAndrew HubermanDr. Roger Seheult Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Hannah Imlay, MD, MS, discusses cytomegalovirus (CMV) prevention strategies in solid organ transplantation (SOT) recipients including:Strategies for preventing CMV in SOTInternational guideline recommendations for CMV prevention strategies by organ typeAntivirals used for CMV preventionComparison of preemptive therapy vs prophylaxis for CMV prevention in liver transplant recipientsComparison of letermovir vs valganciclovir for CMV prophylaxis in kidney transplant recipientsUse of CMV cell–mediated immunity monitoring for primary prophylaxisMonitoring CMV viral loads, including limitations to quantitative nucleic acid testingFuture prevention approachesFaculty:Hannah Imlay, MD, MSAssistant Professor of MedicineDepartment of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Utah Salt Lake City, UtahContent based on a CME program supported by an educational grant from Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, NJ, USA.Follow along with a downloadable slideset at: https://bit.ly/476v2wILink to full program: https://bit.ly/47lNK2K
Have you ever wondered about how to treat VTE in malignancy? This episode goes over all the ins and outs of this complex and nuanced topic! Written by Dr. Kevin Yijun Fan, Internal Medicine and reviewed by Dr. Helena Dhamko, (Hematology) and Dr. Ed Etchells (General Internal Medicine). Infographic by Valarie Kim (Internal Medicine Resident). Support the show
For the third installment of our mini-series exploring systemic bias and racism in healthcare, our panel of experts discuss various examples which illustrate how systemic racism is embedded in systems of healthcare and social determinants of health. These include measurements such as eGFR, BMI, and metabolic panels, scoring for post-operative risk; lack of diversity in dermatology textbooks; and how subjective information that is potentially deleterious to patients may be captured in EMR systems such as EPIC. Episode host Christin Zollicoffer (she/her pronouns) serves as Chief Belonging and Equity Officer with Lifespan Health System, an academic medical center affiliated with Brown University and Warren Alpert Medical School. Dr. Carla Harwell is a nationally recognized leader in health care disparities education and medical issues affecting minorities. She is Medical Director, University Hospitals Otis Moss Jr. Health Center, and Associate Professor of Medicine, CWRU School of Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine. Dr. Daniel Wiznia is Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Yale University School of Medicine. He is the co-director of Yale's master's program in Personalized Medicine & Applied Engineering. © Movement is Life 2023
Dr. Steven J. Spear (DBA MS MS)Principal, HVE LLCSr. Lecturer, MIT Sloan SchoolSr. Fellow, Institute for Healthcare ImprovementCreator, See to Solve Gemba and Real Time Alert SystemsSSpear@MIT.edu www.SeeToSolve.com Steve@HVELLC.comKnowing how to get smarter about what you do and better at doing it, faster than anyone else, is critical, a bona fide source of sustainable competitive advantage.How so? All organizations share a challenge. They're trying to coordinate people—sometimes a few, sometimes many thousands—towards shared purpose, somewhere on the spectrum from upstream conceptualization and discovery, through development, design, and ultimately delivery. The problem is, particularly at the startof any undertaking, no one really knows what to do, how to do it, nor can they do it well. All that has to be invented, created, discovered…figured out. So, those who solve problems faster, win more. After all, if your team and mine chase similar goals (or we face off as adversaries), you succeed (or win) because you come to your moments of test better prepared than I do. Since knowhow and skills are not innate, you won because you solved your problems, better and faster than I didmine, gaining edges in relevance, reliability, resilience, and agility.Spear's work focuses on the theme of leading complex collaborative situations, imbuing them with powerful problem solving dynamics. The High Velocity Edge earned the Crosby Medal from ASQ. “Fixing Healthcare from the Inside” won a Harvard Business Review McKinsey Award, and five of Spear's articles won Shingo Prizes. “Decoding the DNA of the Toyota Production System” is a leading HBR reprint and part of the “lean” canon. He's written for medical professionals and educators in Annals of Internal Medicine, Academic Medicine, and Health Services Research, for public school superintendents in Academic Administrator, and for the general public in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Fortune, and USA Today. High velocity learning concepts have been tested in practice, helping building internal capability for accelerated improvement and innovation at Alcoa—which generated recurring savings in the $100s of millions, Beth Israel Deaconess, a pharma company—with compressions by half in a key drug development phase, Intel, Intuit, Pittsburgh hospitals, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Mass General, Novartis, Pratt and Whitney—which won the F-35 engine contract with its pilot, DTE Energy, US Synthetic, and the US Army's Rapid Equipping Force. The Chief of Naval Operations made high velocity learning a service wide initiative, and Spear was one of a few outside advisors to the Navy's internal review of 2017's Pacific collisions. He was also an advisor to Newport News Shipbuilding bout introducing innovative systems on the Gerald Ford, the first in a new generation of aircraft carriers. The See to Solve suite of apps has been developed to support introducing and sustaining high velocity learning behaviors.At MIT, Spear teaches Leaders for Global Operations and Executive Education students, has advised dozens of theses, and is principal investigator for research titled “Making Critical Decisions with Hostile Data.” Spear's work history includes Prudential-Bache Capital Funding, the US Congress Office of Technology Assessment, the LongTerm Credit Bank of Japan, and the University of Tokyo. His doctorate is from Harvard, his masters in mechanicalengineering and in management are from MIT, and he majored in economics, at Princeton, to earn his bachelors.Spear lives in Brookline with his wife Miriam, an architect, and their three children, where he is on the board of the Maimonides School.Link to claim CME credit:
Dr. Staci Leisman is a board certified internist and nephrologist who practices nephrology at Mount Sinai Hospital. She is also an accomplished educator in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Leisman received her B.A. in English Language and Literature from Yale University, where she graduated magna cum laude and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. She received her M.D. from Washington University in St Louis, where she was one of 8 recipients of the Distinguished Scholar Award. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Nephrology at Mount Sinai Medical Center. As a fellow, she completed research in transplant immunology in the laboratory of Dr. Peter Heeger, which resulted in a Young Investigator Award from the American Society of Transplantation and two oral presentations at the American Transplant Congress. During her fellowship, she co-first authored and was a contributing author on numerous papers. Dr. Leisman's clinical duties include caring for patients on dialysis at an outpatient dialysis facility, as well as attending on the inpatient renal service at Mount Sinai Hospital. Dr. Leisman has been extensively involved in teaching throughout her career. She currently teaches students at all levels of medical education, including medical students, residents and fellows. She is the course director for the Human Physiology course in the medical school, and holds a secondary appointment in the Department of Medical Education, where she is a co-director for the medical school curriculum. In her capacity as an educator, she has won numerous awards including Teacher of the Year at North General Hospital, the Edward Ronan Student Council Award at the Icahn School of Medicine, the Institute for Medical Education's Excellence in Teaching Award, the Student Council Lifetime Achievement Award, the JOWMA Outstanding Achievement Award, and the Gold Humanism in Medicine Award. She has been selected for membership in the Institute for Medical Education as a Master Educator. Dr. Leisman also serves on the International Association of Medical Science Educators' educational scholarship committee, and serves on the editorial board of Advances in Chronic Kidney Disease, the Journal of the National Kidney Foundation. She is the Deputy Education Director for the Kidney Self Assessment Program (KSAP), the preeminent board preparation tool published by the American Society of Nephrology. _______________________________________________________ Become a JOWMA Member! www.jowma.org Follow us on Instagram! www.instagram.com/JOWMA_org Follow us on Twitter! www.twitter.com/JOWMA_med Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/JOWMAorg/ Stay up-to-date with JOWMA news! Sign up for the JOWMA newsletter! https://jowma.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=9b4e9beb287874f9dc7f80289&id=ea3ef44644&mc_cid=dfb442d2a7&mc_eid=e9eee6e41e
Richard Ostreicher was born in Plainview, New York, and began his professional career at the Yale School of Drama and Yale Repertory Theatre. He went on to be the first Managing Director of the Portland Stage Company, Maine's first resident professional theatre.The early 80s HIV/AIDS crisis inspired him to partner with NYC-based pioneers in HIV/AIDS patient care and research that was published in notable medical journals and tests. This life-changing experience led him to enroll in medical school at the age of 29. He returned to Yale in '88 as a resident in Internal Medicine and then to NYU as a resident in Dermatology.He has over 35 years of medical experience in the San Francisco Bay area and was an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.He is currently a volunteer physician with Hawaii's Big Island Medical Reserve Corps and resides near Hilo, Hawaii with his husband, Bob Sleasman.Bob Sleasman is originally from upstate New York. His professional brand marketing career led him over the years to reside in the San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, Cincinnati, Baltimore, and Sarasota. He currently is gleefully retired and living on Hawaii's Big Island with his husband Rich.After earning his MBA at Northwestern University's prestigious Kellogg School he climbed the corporate brand management ladder at such companies as Procter & Gamble, Clorox, and Ghirardelli Premium Chocolate. Having developed an expertise in strategic brand design he jumped to the branding agency business and consulted with a multitude of well-known consumer brands for the balance of his career.Hilo is the largest city on the Big Island of Hawaii, with a population of 45,248 as of 2020. It is located on the eastern side of the island, on the shores of Hilo Bay. Hilo is a popular tourist destination, known for its beautiful scenery, lush rainforests, and active volcanoes.Some of the popular points of interest in Hilo include:Rainbow Falls: A beautiful waterfall that cascades over a basalt cliff.Akaka Falls State Park: A park that features Akaka Falls, one of the tallest waterfalls in Hawaii.Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: A national park that protects the active volcanoes of Kilauea and Mauna Loa.Liliuokalani Gardens: A botanical garden that features a variety of plants from around the world.Lyman Museum and Mission House: A museum that tells the story of the early missionaries to Hawaii.Pacific Tsunami Museum: A museum that tells the story of the devastating tsunami that struck Hilo in 1946.The cost of living in Hilo is relatively high, compared to other parts of the United States. The median home price in Hilo is $500,000, and the median rent is $1,500 per month. However, the cost of living in Hilo is still lower than on the other islands of Hawaii.The LGBTQ+ community in Hilo is small but active. There are a number of LGBTQ+-friendly businesses and organizations in Hilo, and the city is generally welcoming to LGBTQ+ people.Here are some additional facts about Hilo:Support the showIf you enjoy these podcasts, please make a donation by clicking the coffee cup on any page of our website www.wheredogaysretire.com. Each cup of coffee costs $5 and goes towards bringing you these podcasts in the future.If you or you know someone who is interested in being a guest on the podcast, please contact me at email@example.com. Please join our Where Do Gays Retire Facebook group at Where Do Gays Retire? | FacebookThank you so much for listening!
Happy HalloWEEK, FRIENDS! This week Your Doctor Friends are doling out TWO episodes of spoooooky stories and hair-raising health headlines! Each episode contains a "sharing size" story with a little "fun-sized" article at the end! Today's main topic involves the TERRIFYING California "Skittles Ban"! Spoiler alert, it really doesn't have anything to do with Skittles (thank goodness!), but does involve four different food additives now being banned in California with Gov. Gavin Newsom's "California Food Safety Act". What are these substances? Are they actually harmful to us to ingest? What does the data show? At the end Julie does a deep dive into a certain parasitic fungus that can control the minds of insects to propagate itself! It's the source material for the hit video game and HBO/Max series The Last of Us and the closest thing to zombies we will probably cover on this show :) We hope you enjoyed your Halloween and have a lovely Dia de los Muertos, friends! Resources for this episode include: The New York Times article titled "What to know about the 4 food additives banned by California". A study from Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology about the effects of oral erythrosine on men's thyroid function, as well as pituitary-thyroid function in rats A study from the Egyptian Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology about toxicity of parabens in adult male rats. A review article from Environmental Health on potential impacts of synthetic food dyes on activity and attention in children. An article from Food Chemistry on potassium bromate. A National Geographic article on how Cordyceps fungus species take over ants' brains. Another awesome National Geographic article entitled "Could a parasitic fungus evolve to control humans?" An Annals of Internal Medicine study on the worsening spread of Candida auris in the US from 2019-2021. The CDC webpage about Candida auris. For more episodes, limited edition merch, or to become a Friend of Your Doctor Friends (and more), follow this link! This includes the famous "Advice from the last generation of doctors that inhaled lead" shirt :) Also, CHECK OUT AMAZING HEALTH PODCASTS on The Health Podcast Network Find us at: Website: yourdoctorfriendspodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Call the DOCLINE on 312-380-5005 and leave us a message. We will listen and maybe even respond/play it on the show! (Disclaimer: we will not answer specific medical questions or offer medical advice. Consult your healthcare professional with any and all personal health questions.) Connect with us: @your_doctor_friends (IG) @yourdoctorfriendspodcast1013 (YouTube) @JeremyAllandMD (IG, FB, Twitter) @JuliaBrueneMD (IG) @HealthPodNet (IG)
Dr. David Katz, specialist in Internal Medicine, Preventive Medicine/Public Health, and Lifestyle Medicine joins on episode 48 of the Practically Healthy podcast to share his vast knowledge about HOW TO EAT for healthy vital people on a healthy, vital planet. The doctors discuss their perspectives on health- how “living healthfully” can be perceived as a full time job, their shared objective of adding not only years to life, but life to years, and shift the perspective of “health” as being much more than “the absence of disease”. Dr. Katz reminds listeners of the diminished state of the planet including soil deterioration, poor air quality, aquifer degradation and more. He highlights the three lenses through which he determines how we should eat: impact on human health, potential cruelty/abuse to animals and planetary impact/ environmental footprint. Tune in to learn the number one food he recommends we cut back on. The doctors share the 6 Pilars of lifestyle medicine: feed, forks, fingers, sleep, stress and love- and discuss how bundling Pilars creates opportunities for further healthy lifestyle behaviors. The doctors share their best practical tips for healthy living- tune in to hear these life changing hacks! To learn more about Dr. Katz or his company Diet ID, visit davidkatz.com or dietID.com. Dr. Katz's wife's nutritious and delicious recipes for busy families can be found at Cuisinity.com The Practically Healthy by Dr. Melina podcast is sponsored by Ahara- Precision nutrition for optimal health. Join today at ahara.com and receive $25 off new memberships with code PHPodcast. Offer good for new customers only.
Special guests; physicians and NYT best-selling authors of the book Protein Power, Doctors, Michael and Mary Dan Eades talk about – the 8 telltale signs you need MORE PROTEIN in your diet
Join us as renowned medical expert, Dr. Eric Westman, dives deep into the groundbreaking research on the connection between meat consumption and Type 2 Diabetes (T2D). In this enlightening video, Dr. Westman shares insights from the latest study that sheds new light on the relationship between meat and T2D risk.“Change your food, change your life!”Dr. Eric Westman and his Adapt Your Life Academy team are on a mission to empower people around the world to transform their health through the science-backed benefits of low-carbohydrate and ketogenic diets.Dr. Westman is an obesity medicine specialist and trusted expert in the therapeutic power of carbohydrate restriction, and clinical research, and has treated patients using low-carb keto diets for over twenty-five years. He makes keto SIMPLE, so that YOU can LOSE weight, REVERSE chronic disease and GET the RESULTS you want.Get started NOW by grabbing our FREE GUIDE – 10 Tips for Starting Keto Right.