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PodcastDX
Magic Mushrooms Treating Depression

PodcastDX

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 31:41


In this episode we will discuss "Magic Mushrooms" with our guest, Del Jolly.   ​Del Jolly, Co-Founder of Umbo, Unlimited Sciences and expert in functional mushrooms, states the research at Unlimited Sciences collects real-world data on psychedelic use so that we can more quickly understand how to use these drugs safely and effectively for our health and overall wellbeing.  Advocate & Educator. Focused on shifting the cultural narrative, Del worked as part of Decriminalize Denver and Charlotte's Web CBD before co-founding Unlimited Sciences, a psychedelic research nonprofit partnered with the likes of Johns Hopkins University. He believes functional mushrooms have just as much, if not more, potential than psychedelics and is committed to exploring and unearthing everything we can. “With a focus on mental health becoming an important topic, the ways in which we address these issues are changing. Decriminalizing psychedelics, before legalization, is the most equitable solution we currently have under our system. And allowing humans to take their health and well-being into their own hands, without the fear of criminal repercussions isn't only the right thing to do, but the moral thing. Decriminalization and then the legalization of psychedelics is long overdue,” says Jolly. ​Magic mushrooms are wild or cultivated mushrooms that contain psilocybin, a naturally-occurring psychoactive and hallucinogenic compound. Psilocybin is considered one of the most well-known psychedelics, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrations (SAMHSA).1 Psilocybin is classified as a Schedule I drug, meaning that it has a high potential for misuse and has no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States. (Credits: Verywell Health)

Inside The Firm
Monday Morning Coffee with Bonnie Sharphouse and James R. Kirby

Inside The Firm

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 27:12


Bonnie Sharphouse, LEED AP, is a Sustainability Manager for GAF. Bonnie has more than 15 years of consulting and industry experience in sustainability strategy design and execution for the manufacturing, chemical, and energy sectors. Bonnie is responsible for driving GAF's product sustainability strategy and initiatives. She works across the business to explore innovative ways to reduce waste and improve product transparency, and to provide tools and resources to help customers meet their sustainability goals. She holds undergraduate and master's degrees in Environmental Sciences & Policy from the College of William & Mary and Johns Hopkins University. James R. Kirby, AIA, is an architect in GAF's Building Enclosure Research + Innovation group. Jim has a Masters of Architecture—Structures Option and is a licensed architect. His 30+ years in the roofing industry has covered low-slope, steep-slope, metal, and SPF roofing, as well as green roofs and solar. Jim writes and presents about building & roofing science, and does innovative research to inform all segments of the roofing industry. Kirby is a member of AIA, ASTM, ICC, IIBEC, NRCA, and WSRCA.

Life Coach Zach
CHRISTINA LOPES The Heart Alchemist

Life Coach Zach

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 27:28


My guest today is Christina Lopes, The Heart Alchemist. Christina is a life coach, healer, spiritual teacher, and former clinician with a Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from New York University and a Master's Degree in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University. Through her own traumatic life experiences and challenges, Christina has been able to take her experience and help transform thousands of clients through her online coaching programs, retreats, and popular youtube channel and podcast. It was an honor to speak with Christina on the podcast to discuss her approach as a heart alchemist and how healing trauma through spirituality and opening your heart can bring you more joy and help you lead a more fulfilling life.  For more on Christina, her website is chock-full of resources, visit: https://christina-lopes.com/ On Instagram: @theheartalchemist On Youtube: ChristinaLopes *** The crew is growing on my Life Coach Zach App... Join us!  It's only $1 for the first month. https://lifecoachzach.app/ Zach Rance, Certified Life Coach | Certified Nutritionist Questions, Comments, or Business Inquiries Visit: https://lifecoachzach.com/ or Instagram: @ZachRancey --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zachrance/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/zachrance/support

Inside the Admissions Office: Advice from Former Admissions Officers
What a Johns Hopkins Admissions Officer Wants from Applicants | Johns Hopkins University

Inside the Admissions Office: Advice from Former Admissions Officers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 50:13


On today's episode, we chat with Zak Harris, a Former Admissions Officer at Johns Hopkins University, George Washington University, Bowdoin College, and Regis College. Zak and I discuss admissions at Johns Hopkins, breaking down each component of the application. Zak reveals admissions strategies for students who hope to attend Hopkins. Check out our blog for more free resources: College Admissions 101: How to Start the Application Process Approaching the Johns Hopkins Supplemental Essay 2021-2022 Click here to sign up for a free consultation with an admissions expert. Register for one of our webinars. Questions or comments? Email contact@ingeniusprep.com Visit us at ingeniusprep.com to learn more. See you every other Monday!

Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast
E127 Rob Leeper on Competitive Motivation in Trauma Simulation and Starting out in Practice

Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 52:14


Dr. Rob Leeper is a trauma surgeon at Western University in London, Ontario. We spoke with Dr. Leeper about his work on trauma simulation and particularly on his work on data drive competitive motivation strategies. Finally, Dr. Leeper shared with us the tips that he wished he had when started out in practice. Links: 1. Data Driven Competitive Motivation Strategies in a Longitudinal Simulation Curriculum for Trauma Team Training. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30833203/ 2. Multidisciplinary Difficult Airway Course: An Essential Educational Component of a Hospital-Wide Difficult Airway Response Program. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29628333/ 3. The role of trauma team leaders in missed injuries: does specialty matter? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24089109/ Bio: Dr. Rob Leeper is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at Western University. He is an acute care and trauma surgeon with an interest in resuscitation, both inside and outside the operating room. He did residency in Western and went on to do a prestigious trauma fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. He is the father of 3 and a former college football player.

Jewish Philosophy with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb
Derech Hashem Part 1 Introduction

Jewish Philosophy with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 48:42


Having received his Ph.D. in mathematical logic at Brandeis University, Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb went on to become Professor of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University. Today he is a senior faculty member at Ohr Somayach in Jerusalem. An accomplished author and lecturer, Rabbi Gottlieb has electrified audiences with his stimulating and energetic presentations on ethical and philosophical issues. In Jewish Philosophy with Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb, we are invited to explore the most fascinating and elemental concepts of Jewish Philosophy. https://podcasts.ohr.edu/ podcasts@ohr.edu

Public Health On Call
BONUS - Responding to Gun Violence With Effective and Fair Solutions

Public Health On Call

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 58:00


Johns Hopkins University hosted a live, virtual briefing earlier this month on responses to the crisis of gun violence featuring a panel of experts, including Cass Crifasi, Shannon Fratteroli, Josh Horwitz, Odis Johnson, and Daniel Webster. Moderated by Lainie Rutkow, the discussion focuses on the challenges gun violence poses for American democracy, which gun laws are effective, how Extreme Risk Protection Orders can help to prevent gun violence, research on public opinions about solutions, and measures to promote student safety and health in a time of rising gun violence.

Adventures with Grammy
Episode 76. Is Entrepreneur Life for You?

Adventures with Grammy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 19:14


Connie Inukai has reinvented herself three times. Act One was teaching technical writing at the University of Maryland and at Johns Hopkins University for almost four decades. Act Two found her writing books, caring for two young grandchildren, and inventing a product specifically for retirees. Currently in Act Three, Connie has created Write Your Selfie, a program to help people write their life stories with pictures. She says passion has no expiration date! And she is living proof that second-act entrepreneurs can succeed. The key is to be passionate about what matters most to you. Before I jump into my conversation with Connie, I invite you to checkout my redesigned podcast website. I am super excited about all the features. You are welcome to listen to the podcast via your favorite app, or you can listen directly from my website: https://adventrueswithgrammypodcast.com. The link is in the show notes! I hope you enjoy my conversation with Connie.   https://www.grandmapreneurinventor.com connie@grandmapreneurinventor.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/connieinukai https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIgioDRWbawm4IbSI8-mLgg https://www.instagram.com/GrandmapreneurInventor https://www.facebook.com/grandmapreneurinventor-100693788516273

Opera Uprising
Community and Opera with Megan Ihnen

Opera Uprising

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 63:17


Megan Ihnen is a “new music force of nature.” The act of live performance is integral to Megan's work and her performances thrive on elaborate sound worlds and fully-developed dramatic interpretations. Through narrative and non-narrative musical storytelling, she explores the subjects of memory, nostalgia, the perception of time, and relationships. Whether through chamber music, staged recitals, opera, or large ensemble soloist work, she emphasizes the full range of vocal sounds, timbres, colors, and uses that characterize the 21st century voice. Megan is a prolific new music vocalist who has appeared with the International Contemporary Ensemble, Fifth House Ensemble, Latitude49, Great Noise Ensemble, Stone Mason Projects, Rhymes With Opera, SONAR new music, and more. She has sung with many outstanding performers including Nadia Shpachenko, Michael Hall, Gregory Oakes, Nick Zoulek, Hillary LaBonte as well as premiered the work of Mara Gibson, Griffin Candey, Garrett Schumann, Christian Carey, Alan Theisen, Anna Brake, D. Edward Davis, and more. A gifted narrative and non-narrative musical storyteller, Megan's performance work explores the depths of memory, nostalgia, the perception of time, and complex relationships. Ihnen's interpretations of modern and contemporary repertoire have garnered growing acclaim. She is particularly recognized as an excellent recitalist. Her This World of Yes program of contemporary music for voice and saxophone with Alan Theisen explores the themes of pathways, choices, and duality through the work of contemporary composers such as Jessica Rudman, Michael Young, and Michelle McQuade Dewhirst. This World of Yes has been performed across the United States including appearances in Kansas City, New Orleans, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Detroit, and Baltimore. With performances in Washington D.C., Baltimore, Colorado Springs, and Kansas City, Ms. Ihnen has worked with violinist Martha Morrison Muehleisen and Rome Prize winner video artist Karen Yasinsky to take audiences on a profound journey through György Kurtág's Kafka Fragments through video and sound. Finally, Ihnen's Single Words She Once Loved is a performance that centers around the ideas and effects of memory, dementia, and time. It is a deeply personal exploration of the dueling forces of ‘eternal sunshine of the spotless mind' and ‘God gave us memories so that we may have roses in winter'. Single Words She Once Loved features compositions by David Smooke, Ryan Keebaugh, Daniel Felsenfeld, Jeffrey Mumford, and more. Megan has enjoyed performing as part of Tuesdays @ Monk Space, Access Contemporary Music Thirsty Ears Festival, NEXTET, Ethos NewSound, 6:30 Concert Series, International U.S. Navy Saxophone Symposium, SPLICE Festival, Oh My Ears, Second Sunday Concert Series at Boston Sculptors Gallery, Winifred M. Kelley Music Series at Salisbury House, and more. She has appeared with Zeitgeist New Music, ÆPEX Contemporary Performance, Detroit New Music “Strange Beautiful Music Marathon”, Omaha Under the Radar Festival, Works and Process at the Guggenheim Series, Notes on Fiction Series at the Center for Fiction, New Music Gathering, Contemporary Undercurrent of Song Project, American Opera Theatre, Vivre Musicale, UCCS Music/Peak Frequency Creative Arts Collective, Harford Community College Sunday Afternoon Concert Series, and Silver Finch Arts Collective. In the spring of 2017, Megan undertook a fundraising project for her first album, “Sleep Songs: Wordless Lullabies for the Sleepless.” She commissioned over 25 diverse composers from the United States and abroad to write brief, wordless lullabies for mezzo-soprano. Megan has also had recordings on Navona Records, Hoot/Wisdom Recordings, I CARE IF YOU LISTEN Fall 2015 Mixtape, and the CarpeDM Seize Des Moines “Music Mix: Volume III” which was featured at the 2016 SXSW Festival. As a chamber musician, Megan is proud to have trained at the following summer festivals: impuls International Ensemble and Composers Academy for Contemporary Music, Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice (SICPP), Fresh Inc Festival, Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival at MASS MoCA, and MusicX. Her devotion to the proliferation of new music extends beyond the commissioning and performing of music to teaching, workshopping, and mentoring of emerging artists in the field. She also works to increase the visibility and influence of new music through writing on the subject for multiple online and print publications. As a curator, she selected twenty songs for mezzo-soprano and piano for the NewMusicShelf Anthology of New Music. Mezzo-Soprano, Vol. 1 includes works by: Michael Betteridge, Mark Buller, Stephen DeCesare, Douglas Fisk, Matt Frey, Jodi Goble, Ricky Ian Gordon, Cara Haxo, Cameron Lam, Cecilia Livingston, Shona Mackay, Tony Manfredonia, Nicole Murphy, Eric Pazdziora, Frances Pollock, Julia Seeholzer, Alan Thiesen, Dennis Tobenski, Moe Touizrar, and Ed Windels. Megan was honored to receive a Phyllis Bryn-Julson Award for Commitment to and Performance of 20th/21st Century Music in 2009 and a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award in Classical Music: Solo Performance in 2014. She was an accomplished violist and drama student before pursuing degrees in music and vocal performance from Augustana University and the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University. Ihnen has been a board member for Baltimore Concert Opera and HOWL performing arts ensemble. Megan is a devoted teacher who recently shepherded studios at Drake University Community School of Music, Southwestern Community College School for Music Vocations, and Graceland University before taking on communications roles at Nief-Norf, Live Music Project, and New Music USA. She has also been a resident faculty artist for the UMKC Summer Composition Workshop and the Mostly Modern Festival. In addition to UMKC, Megan has presented her popular masterclasses, workshops, and lectures a Bowling Green State University, Xavier University of Louisiana, New Music Gathering, Iowa Thespian Festival, UNCG Greensboro, and Florida Atlantic University. She was also a Visiting Artist for Louisiana State University for the 2018-2019 academic year. In addition to being an avid podcast listener, Ihnen enjoys drinking good coffee, joking around with her sisters, tweeting about contemporary poetry, and watching Law & Order. She has grand dreams that one day her dog, Hunter, will be the best dog in the neighborhood. She lives in New Orleans, LA and out of her suitcase equally.

Best of the Left - Progressive Politics and Culture, Curated by a Human

Air Date 6/22/2022 Today we take a look at the complicated evolution of Pride Month in an era of much greater LGBTQ acceptance and the simultaneous resurgence of anti-LGBTQ energy that, in many ways, mirrors the arguments of 40 years ago. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com  Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows and Bonus Content) Join our Discord community! Get your audiobook from Libro! Check out The Politics of Everything podcast! SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: Rainbow capitalism raises questions about corporate commitments and Pride Month's purpose - PBS NewsHour - Air Date 6-30-21 Throughout the month of June, LGBTQ communities in the U.S. have been celebrating Pride in cities and states around the country. And corporate America has made itself a part of that, too, by increasingly tapping into Pride Month Ch. 2: Anti-trans legislation - It's Been a Minute - Air Date 4-29-22 Ari discusses how this wave of law-making differs from so-called "moral panics" of past decades — and why that matters — with historian Jules Gill-Peterson, of Johns Hopkins University. Ch. 3: Is Pride Too Commercialized? - The Takeaway - Air Date 6-15-22 Today, Pride Month gatherings are more likely to be described as parades than marches. And with rainbow flags adorning the storefronts of big corporations, it might be easy to think the struggle is over. Ch. 4: Disney vs. Itself vs. The Right - Recode Media - Air Date 4-13-22 Within the past few months, Disney CEO Bob Chapek managed to piss off his shareholders, the LGBT community, and right-wing conservatives. Today we talk about how he did it, why it happened, and what's next. Ch. 5: Don't Rainbow-Wash On My Parade - What A Day - Air Date 6-2-22 June is Pride Month, the unfortunate time when many corporations claim they support LGBTQ+ people, but also support politicians who actively work against LGBTQ+ rights. It's not a new phenomenon – even before June, for example, activists called out Disney Ch. 6: Florida to Michigan to Missouri Hear Speeches of Gay Legislators & Allies Fighting Anti-LGBTQ Bills - Democracy Now! - Air Date 4-25-22 Florida's so-called “Don't Say Gay” law is part of a nationwide push by Republicans to score political points by attacking gay and transgender students. MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 7: Chris Southcote-Want: It'll all come out in the rainbow wash - TEDx Talks - Air Date 11-18-21 The impact of rainbow washing and why creating inclusive and equitable cultures is the responsibility of us all. Ch. 8: State Farm Gives Up on LGBTQ Rights - Charlotte's Web Thoughts - Air Date 5-24-22 You may have been doom-scrolling yesterday and caught the latest hysteria of anti-LGBTQ extremists in the conservative movement. FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 9: Final comments on the lessons we must relearn generation after generation MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions): Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr  Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent   Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com Listen Anywhere! BestOfTheLeft.com/Listen Listen Anywhere! Follow at Twitter.com/BestOfTheLeft Like at Facebook.com/BestOfTheLeft Contact me directly at Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com

Town Hall Seattle Civics Series
293. Francis Fukuyama with Eric Liu: The Discontents of Liberalism

Town Hall Seattle Civics Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 57:47


As a philosophy that means different things to different people and groups, it can be hard to know what liberalism stands for. Traditionally, liberalism is viewed as a political and moral philosophy based on individual rights, civil liberties, democracy, and free enterprise. In the 1990s and 2000s, democracy spread and markets prospered, and it seemed like the continuing expansion of liberal values was assured. But recent years have revealed major challenges to liberalism from both the right and the left. In his book Liberalism and Its Discontents, political philosopher Francis Fukuyama wrote that classical liberalism is in a state of crisis and asked essential questions about how to move forward. While liberalism was developed to help govern diverse societies and was grounded in fundamental principles of equality and the rule of law, huge inequalities still evolved. And while liberalism emphasizes the rights of individuals to pursue personal happiness, free from encroachment by the government, we still disagree about what those freedoms entail. Fukuyama wrote about how liberalism hasn't always lived up to its own ideals. In the U.S., many people have been – and still are – consistently denied equality before the law, including African Americans and other people of color, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, women, and many more. He also examined how, in recent decades, the principles of liberalism have been pushed to new extremes by both the right and the left. The result, Fukuyama argues, has been a fracturing of our civil society and an increasing peril to our democracy. Francis Fukuyama is the Olivier Nomellini Senior Fellow at Stanford University's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. He has previously taught at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University and at the George Mason University School of Public Policy. He was a researcher at the RAND Corporation and served as the deputy director in the State Department's policy planning staff. He is the author of The End of History and the Last Man, Trust, and America at the Crossroads: Democracy, Power, and the Neoconservative Legacy. Eric Liu is the co-founder and CEO of Citizen University and director of the Aspen Institute's Citizenship & American Identity Program. He is the author of several acclaimed books, most recently, Become America: Civic Sermons on Love, Responsibility, and Democracy — a New York Times New & Notable Book. He has been selected as an Ashoka Fellow and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is featured on the PBS documentary American Creed and is a frequent contributor to The Atlantic. Liu served as a White House speechwriter for President Bill Clinton and as the President's deputy domestic policy adviser. He was later appointed by President Obama to serve on the board of the Corporation for National and Community Service. Buy the Book: Liberalism and Its Discontents (Hardcover) from Elliott Bay Books Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here. 

MTR Podcasts
Shane Prada & Elliot Keely of Baltimore Jewerly Center

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 36:23


About the guestsShane Prada came to Baltimore in 2004 as a Teach For America corps member. After receiving her Master of Arts in Teaching from the Johns Hopkins University in 2006 and completing her TFA tenure, she helped start one of the first charter schools in Baltimore city. In 2010, Shane began taking evening classes at the Maryland Institute College of Art's Jewelry Center, then a continuing studies program. She fell in love with art jewelry and metalsmithing and the community fostered by the Jewelry Center. In the fall of 2012, MICA announced that it would discontinue the 22-year old Jewelry Center program in 2014. In the spring of 2013, a leadership team comprised of the core faculty and three students from the program was formed. Shane took the lead as the team created a new organization that would continue the legacy of the MICA Jewelry Center, the Baltimore Jewelry Center. In her role as director of the BJC, Shane oversees the administration and strategic plan of the organizations, steers the programming, raises funds through grant writing and fundraisers, manages the organization's finances, and manages community outreach. In her spare time, Shane is an avid equestrian, training and competing in the Olympic sport of eventing.Elliot Keely is an artist and metalsmith from Raleigh, North Carolina. Elliot completed my BFA with a concentration in metalsmithing and jewelry design from Appalachian State University. From 2017-2019, Elliot participated in the two year Core Fellowship at Penland School of Craft. Elliot  explores different processes, often incorporating ceramics, drawing, painting, and collage into my work, while maintaining and specializing a practice in metal. Elliot is currently based in Baltimore, Maryland. where he works to manage the Baltimore Jewelry Center, a non-profit jewelry educational space. About the Baltimore Jewelry CenterThe Baltimore Jewelry Center is an educational nonprofit building a vibrant creative community for the study and practice of metalsmithing and art jewelry. We educate and inspire new and established artists, as well as promote metalsmithing and art jewelry to the general public through exhibitions, community and educational outreach.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.The Station North Arts & Entertainment Interview Series is supported by the Station North Art's District & Central Baltimore Partnership.Mentioned in this episodeBaltimore Jewelry CenterTo find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode★ Support this podcast ★

Shameless Sex
#281 ED AKA Erectile Issues, Porn, and Blue Balls - With Dr. Justin Dubin

Shameless Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 69:05


In this playful episode we talk all about what most doctors call erectile or sexual dysfunction (ED), but we prefer the term erectile control issues, and you will learn all about why we reframe it this way in this episode. Dr. Dubin also explains the statistics on erectile issues, his research with porn performers and the correlation between porn and erectile control, tips for working around this, as well as whether or not blue balls are a real thing. About our guest: Dr. Justin Dubin grew up in Wayne NJ and attended Johns Hopkins University for undergraduate school. He completed medical school at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson and his urology residency training at the University of Miami. Currently, Dr. Dubin is completing his fellowship in Male Infertility and Sexual Medicine at Northwestern University and will be starting up as the Director of Men's Health at Memorial Health Systems in Hollywood Florida. Dr. Dubin is passionate about men's health and education with the goal of improving both the lives of men and their partners. He has published multiple papers on both male infertility and sexual health, has been quoted in the NY Times, Insider, and Men's Health and is the current co-host of the men's health podcast Man Up: A Doctor's Guide to Men's Health. LINKS: https://www.themanuppod.com/ https://www.instagram.com/justindubinmd/ https://twitter.com/justindubinmd https://linktr.ee/JustinDubinMD Want to join our free online Shameless Sex community on Discord (and maybe even connect with Amy and April on there from time to time? Go here: https://discord.gg/nvXqTEcBTg Other links: Get affordable online therapy now from the privacy of your own home + 10% off your first month when you go to betterhelp.com/shamelesssex Avoid the takeout temptation with ease (and yummy food that is good for you) + $40 your first shipment when you go to dailyharvest.com/shamelesssex Get 10% off + free shipping with code SHAMELESSSEX on Uberlube AKA our favorite lubricant at uberlube.com Get 10% off while mastering the art of pleasure at  OMGyes.com/shameless Get 15% off all of your sex toys with code SHAMELESSSEX at purepleasureshop.com

The FOX News Rundown
As Recession Worries Grow, What Should You Do With Your Money?

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 30:30


Despite the rising inflation costs and rate hikes, President Biden remains adamant that the United States will avoid a recession. Families across the country are already making significant cuts, leading many to wonder if we are already in a recession. Host of 'Making Money' on FOX Business Network Charles Payne joins the Rundown to explain how the economy came to be in this state, the Fed's response to inflation, and tips for Americans trying to invest.   Both FDA and CDC have given authorization for children under 5 to receive COVID-19 vaccines and vaccinations of this age group are already underway this week. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky praised the decision as a major step forward for parents and caregivers yet one study found that those rushing to vaccinate children under 5 right away are in the minority at 18 percent. Johns Hopkins University professor and Fox New Medical Contributor Dr. Marty Makary joins the podcast to break down the effectiveness of this vaccine, how requirements and restrictions surrounding Covid have shifted in the past few years and what direction population immunity is heading.   Plus, commentary by Fox News Contributor Tomi Lahren. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fox News Rundown Evening Edition
As Recession Worries Grow, What Should You Do With Your Money?

Fox News Rundown Evening Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 30:30


Despite the rising inflation costs and rate hikes, President Biden remains adamant that the United States will avoid a recession. Families across the country are already making significant cuts, leading many to wonder if we are already in a recession. Host of 'Making Money' on FOX Business Network Charles Payne joins the Rundown to explain how the economy came to be in this state, the Fed's response to inflation, and tips for Americans trying to invest.   Both FDA and CDC have given authorization for children under 5 to receive COVID-19 vaccines and vaccinations of this age group are already underway this week. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky praised the decision as a major step forward for parents and caregivers yet one study found that those rushing to vaccinate children under 5 right away are in the minority at 18 percent. Johns Hopkins University professor and Fox New Medical Contributor Dr. Marty Makary joins the podcast to break down the effectiveness of this vaccine, how requirements and restrictions surrounding Covid have shifted in the past few years and what direction population immunity is heading.   Plus, commentary by Fox News Contributor Tomi Lahren. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Outspoken with Shana Cosgrove
For the Back of the Room: Vimesh Patel, Chief Technology Advisor at World Wide Technology and Board of Directors Member at INSA.

Outspoken with Shana Cosgrove

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 45:40


Identity, Family, and Protecting the Nation.In this episode of The Outspoken Podcast, host Shana Cosgrove talks to Vimesh Patel, Chief Technology Advisor at World Wide Technology and Board of Directors Member at INSA. Vimesh and Shana discuss how they first met and what she learned from him. Vimesh details his early experience with the NSA and how he was able to secure paternity leave for the birth of each of his 3 children. Vimesh also explains how he found meaning during his career journey, realizing that service to his country gave the work that he was doing a deeper meaning. Finally, Vimesh tells us what he reads to stay informed and how his extroversion is not an endless resource. QUOTES “So many people say, ‘People are natural leaders or they're just really good at what they do.' And I say, ‘you can train yourself in anything.' I think it's learning and practicing.” - Vimesh Patel [06:18] “At 16, they're putting me on a polygraph and asking me if I've ever revealed classified information, not that I ever knew any classified information at the age of 16. And somehow I got cleared right, and I walked into the world of the intelligence community.” - Vimesh Patel [08:06]  “And I think it was something towards the end of my career that I was always conscious of - well now I'm in that senior seat right, and people are looking at me. What do I do to make it so that people are comfortable? So that we have more diversity and that people don't feel like they can't advance in the government.” - Vimesh Patel [17:02]   TIMESTAMPS  [00:04] Intro [01:31] Meeting Vimesh [05:07] Vimesh's Body Language Talk [06:45] Beginning a Career with The NSA [08:23] Vimesh's Parents [09:24] Choosing Electrical Engineering [10:28] How Vimesh Became a Senior Relatively Quickly [11:00] Advice on Finding a Mentor [13:25] Vimesh's Two Master Degrees [15:22] How Vimesh Met his Wife [16:06] Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion [23:17] Vimesh's Time at The National Counterterrorism Center [26:43] Vimesh's Location When 9/11 Occurred [28:09] After NCTC and Vimesh's Paternity Leave [31:33] Balance Within Marriage [32:49] Leaving The NSA [36:40] Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) [40:35] Vimesh's Advice to Young People [42:02] What Vimesh is Reading [43:20] Vimesh's Surprising Fact [45:20] Outro     RESOURCES https://www.moogsoft.com/resources/aiops/guide/everything-aiops/ (AIOps) https://www.nsa.gov/ (National Security Agency (NSA)) https://www.howardcountymd.gov/ (Howard County) https://www.wsscwater.com/ (Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC Water)) https://www.umd.edu/ (University of Maryland) https://www.jhu.edu/ (The Johns Hopkins University) https://www.gwu.edu/ (The George Washington University) https://dei.extension.org/ (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)) https://www.dni.gov/index.php/nctc-home (The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC)) https://www.dni.gov/index.php/careers/joint-duty (Joint Duty Opportunities) https://www.dni.gov/ (Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI)) https://9-11commission.gov/report/ (9/11 Commission Report) https://www.opm.gov/about-us/our-people-organization/support-functions/office-of-strategy-and-innovation/#:~:text=The%20Office%20of%20Strategy%20and,Group%20and%20Survey%20Analysis%20Group. (The Office of Strategy and Innovation (OSI)) https://www.optiv.com/ (Optiv Security, Inc.) https://www.insaonline.org/event/8a-national-security-showcase/ (8(a) National Security Showcase) https://hbr.org/ (Harvard Business Review)   RELEVANT LINKS https://www.linkedin.com/in/vimeshpatel-dc/ (Vimesh Patel) on LinkedIn https://www.wwt.com/ (World Wide Technology) https://www.insaonline.org/ (Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA)) https://nylatechnologysolutions.com/ (Nyla Technology Solutions) I'd love to hear from you -- your feedback is important to me and I read all of it. If you...

The Lindsey Elmore Show
States & Traits of Energy and Fatigue | Ali Boolani

The Lindsey Elmore Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 51:32


States & Traits of Energy and Fatigue | Ali Boolani As a multi-disciplinary trained scientist, Ali Boolani seeks to understand subjective feelings of mental and physical energy and fatigue as four separate unipolar constructs. With graduate and post-graduate training in applied physiology, kinesiology, psychology, behavioral economics, and artificial intelligence, Ali seeks to understand these moods from a multi-domain perspective. Ali received a BA and MA from Tulane University in International Political Economics, with a focus on behavioral economics. He then went on to receive a M.Ed. from the University of New Orleans and a Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University in Applied Physiology, where he focused on human movement and motor control. He then completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Georgia in Exercise Psychology, specifically focused on trying to understand feelings of fatigue. He is currently completing a M.S. in Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Johns Hopkins University, where he is focusing his research on the theoretical approaches to AI with the hopes of creating smarter algorithms that may help identify fatigue and prescribe individualized interventions. Ali is currently a tenured Associate Professor at Clarkson University with a joint appointment in the Department of Physical Therapy and Department of Biology. He has over 50 peer-reviewed publications, 3 book chapters, and 100+ peer-reviewed conference presentations. His work is currently funded through USAID, New York State, several private corporations and foundations. Topics covered in this episode: States & Traits of Energy Fatigue Healthy Energizing Dopamine The Benefits of Walks AI and Health Fatigue and Energy Interventions Exercise Routine Regulation Phytochemicals Adaptogens Caffeine Fatigue Studies Referenced in the episode: The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 125 | Walk Toward a Healthier Life | Joyce Shulman The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 130 | How Insulin Resistance Effects the Whole Body | Casey Means The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 156 | Women Food Hormones | Sara Gottfried M.D. (#2) __________________________________________________________ Amare Mental Fitness pack – Energy Plus, Mood Plus, Sleep Plus & Relief Plus. Head over to www.lindseyelmore.com/amare... save $10 and you'll be on your way to have improved brain performance and a calmer body and brain. __________________________________________________________ Eaton Hemp CBD Oil – Full Spectrum CBD Oil – 100% USDA Organic, full-spectrum, unfiltered and third party tested. Head to www.eatonhemp.com/lindseyelmoreshow and save 25% on all Eaton Hemp products… with a full money back guarantee! __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.

PreserveCast
The History of Juneteenth with Dr. Dennis Doster

PreserveCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 28:46


In 2021 - 158 years after the first Juneteenth - the celebration became a federal holiday, changing the understanding of awareness of the holiday for millions of Americans. On this week's PreserveCast, we're talking with Dr. Dennis Doster, who runs the Black History Program for the Prince George's County Department of Parks and Recreation about what the designation means and how Juneteenth fits into the broader American story.  Dennis A. Doster, Ph.D. is the director of the M-NCPPC Black History Program. Dr. Doster has close to 15 years of experience in the field of Public History. He has worked for the National Archives, the Johns Hopkins University, and the Alexandria Black History Museum. Additionally, he is an adjunct professor in African American Studies, History, and Women's Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland, University College. Learn more at: https://www.pgparks.com/1378/Black-History

LSE Middle East Centre Podcasts
Turkey's Domestic and International Politics Over the Past Two Decades (Webinar)

LSE Middle East Centre Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 97:48


This panel explored the interconnectedness of Turkey's domestic and foreign politics over the past two decades. How do geopolitical histories and imaginaries affect Turkey's foreign policy? What are the links between everyday culture and Turkey's foreign policy? To what extent have global and regional developments impacted on and informed domestic politics? In what ways has foreign policy been used as a technique of governance? Evren Balta is Professor of International Relations and chair of the International Relations Department at Özyeğin University. She is the author of 'The American Passport in Turkey: National Citizenship in the Age of Transnationalism' (with O Altan-Olcay, UPenn, 2020), 'Age of Uneasiness' (İletisim, 2019) and 'Global Security Complex' (İletisim, 2012). She is the editor of 'Neighbors with Suspicion: Dynamics of Turkish-Russian Relations' (with G. Ozcan and B. Besgul, İletisim, 2017); 'Introduction to Global Politics' (Iletisim, 2014) and 'Military, State and Politics in Turkey' (with I. Akca, Bilgi University Press, 2010). She served as a research fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences/Russia in Global Dialogue Program (Vienna, Austria 2017) and as a Fulbright visiting associate professor at New York University, Program in International Relations during the 2017-2018 academic year. Balta is a senior scholar at Istanbul Policy Center, a member of the Global Relations Forum and co-editor of International Relations Journal. She was appointed as the academic coordinator of TÜSİAD Global Politics Forum in 2021. Lisel Hintz is an Assistant Professor of International Relations at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies. She was a postdoctoral fellow at Cornell University and was visiting assistant professor at Barnard College, Columbia University. She studies the arenas in which struggles over various forms of identity – e.g., national, ethnic, religious, gender – take place. Her regional focus is on Turkey and its relations with the Middle East, Europe, and the US. Her 2018 book 'Identity Politics Inside Out: National Identity Contestation and Foreign Policy in Turkey' (Oxford University Press) examines how Turkey's Justice and Development Party (AKP) used foreign policy gambits to weaken its domestic obstacles and open up space for disseminating its own Ottoman Islamist understanding of Turkish national identity and, ultimately, the ways in which contestation over national identity spills over to shape and be shaped by foreign policy. Her current book project, under contract with Cambridge University Press, investigates Turkey's state-society struggles over identity in the pop culture sphere. Her work also appears in journals and news outlets contributing to discussions on Turkey's increasing authoritarianism, opposition dynamics, foreign policy shifts, and identity-related topics including Kurdish, Alevi, and gender issues. Spyros A. Sofos is a Researcher at the LSE Middle East Centre. Spyros has been a member of the Fragmentation of peacemaking and peacebuilding: Non-Western dynamics of peace and transition management project team, funded by the FCDO and the PeaceRep Consortium. His research explores the intersection of societal insecurity, identity, and collective action and, to date, it has focused on Turkish politics and society, nationalism, populism and Islamism in Europe and the Middle East, urban citizenship, and European Muslim identities and politics. His latest book Turkish Politics and ‘The People': Mass Mobilisation and Populism (Edinburgh University Press) – explores the emergence of populism in Turkey and its genealogy as a tradition of action and discourse. His other publications include 'Nation and Identity in Contemporary Europe' (Routledge), 'Tormented by History: Nationalism in Greece and Turkey' (Oxford University Press), 'Islam in Europe: Public Spaces and Civic Networks' (Palgrave).

WorldAffairs
How To Save Diverse Democracies

WorldAffairs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 59:01


Diversity has often been seen as the United States' defining strength, but today some Americans see it as a threat. And this isn't new. Throughout history, differences of religion, ethnicity, and origin have driven states around the world to war, violence, and extreme division. However, German-American political scientist Yascha Mounk says this isn't the only path.  On this week's episode, Mounk joins Ray to discuss his new book, “The Great Experiment: Why Diverse Democracies Fall Apart And How They Can Endure,” which challenges the assumptions of a modern pluralist society and imagines how diverse democracies might succeed in an increasingly polarized political landscape.   Guest:   Yascha Mounk, associate professor at Johns Hopkins University, contributing editor at The Atlantic and author of The Great Experiment: Why Diverse Democracies Fall Apart and How They Can Endure   Host:   Ray Suarez

Lowy Institute: Live Events
EVENT: Kori Schake and Samir Saran on the future of the Quad

Lowy Institute: Live Events

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 64:46


The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue is becoming increasingly important to Indian, Japanese, Australian and American efforts to balance Chinese power and extend the rules-based order in the Indo-Pacific. Its strategic importance to Australia was underscored this May when Prime Minister Anthony Albanese made the Quad leaders' meeting in Tokyo his first foreign engagement as Prime Minister. At this special event, the Lowy Institute's Executive Director Dr Michael Fullilove discussed the Quad's evolving role with leading thinkers from two other Quad countries: Dr Samir Saran, President of India's Observer Research Foundation. Dr Saran curates the Raisina Dialogue, India's annual flagship platform on geopolitics and geo-economics, and is the founder of CyFy, India's annual conference on cybersecurity and internet governance. Samir has authored four books, including The New World Disorder and the Indian Imperative with Shashi Tharoor, and Pax Sinica: Implications for the Indian Dawn with Akhil Deo. Dr Kori Schake, Director of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute. Dr Schake was the Deputy Director-General of the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London. She has had a distinguished career in government, working at the US State Department, the US Department of Defense, and the National Security Council at the White House. She has also taught at Stanford, West Point, Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies, National Defense University, and the University of Maryland. Recorded on 17 June 2022

Business Excellence
In Conversation - Joe Templin Top Five Tips for Human Kaizen

Business Excellence

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 30:38


“I've been able to take this concept, and every single day in some way, improve who and what I am. And over the past 49 plus years, I've made some good progress. And I can't wait to see why I can eventually become over the next 50 to 60 years”Joe's Top Five Tips For Human Kaizen1.       Worth IT!2.       Pearls3.       Hard4.       Environment5.       ChoiceTIME STAMP SUMMARY04:02 What is excellence?10:35 How your environment affects you15:44 Perseverance is one of the major keys25:27 Having your goals, and sticking to them to achieve Human Kaizen Where to find Joe Templin?LinkedIn                                              https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-templin Website                                              https://everyday-excellence.com/  Who is Joe Templin? Reformed physicist, financial planner, startup founder and autodidactic polymath best described as a Swiss Army Knife, Joe Templin has invested the past two and a half plus decades to helping others reach their financial potential as a planner, trainer, mentor, and creator.  Joe has served as a member of NAIFA (the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors) on the local, state, and national level, and including three terms on the NAIFA National Young Advisors Team (YAT) Subcommittee and was honored as one of the 2011 Four Under 40.  He is a graduate of the Leadership in Life Institute of NAIFA as well as Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and is an alum of Johns Hopkins University.Joe earned his CFP® and has written hundreds of review questions for the exam, as well as his CHARTERED ADVISOR OF PHILANTHROPY, CLU, and ChFC designations and qualified numerous times for the Million Dollar Round Table.   He has been a business columnist for the Albany Times Union, Adviser Today Magazine, The Ballston Journal, and Insurance News Net.  Joe earned his Certified Executive Counsellor designation as well as his Certified Master Executive Counsellor in 2021. Joe served as the President of the Castle Alpha Tau Foundation for Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and as the Chapter Advisor and is currently a Vice President of The Autism Society of the Greater Capital Region.  He has been a member of The Ancient Order of Hibernians for over 20 years and is the Lieutenant of the Honor Guard. Templin is the Managing Director of the Unique Minds Consulting Group, LLC, and is the author of “Every Day Excellence”, the Kindle #1 New Release in Professional Development...

Overcoming the Divide
Gun Violence Solutions with Cassandra Crifasi, PhD

Overcoming the Divide

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 47:03


Today's episode begins by Cassandra providing an overview of what she and her colleagues research at the center for Gun Violence Solutions at Johns Hopkins University. Shortly after, I inquire about what measures may work to decrease gun violence. Soon after we discuss the importance of defining what exactly is being put on the table. I later ask for Cassandra's thoughts on what role politicians, prosecutors and pop culture icons play. Towards the end of the episode we give our thoughts on high risk intervention laws regarding gun owners. I hope you enjoy.Follow 'overcoming_the_divide' on Instagram and Twitter to receive updates, participate in polls, and questions.Cassandra Crifasi, PhD is the Deputy Director of the center for Gun Violence Solutions at Johns Hopkins University. She has won numerous awards over the years, one being the American Journal of Public Health Editor's Choice Award Best Papers of the Year.  She is also an Associate Professor in the department of Health Policy and Management.Music: Coma-Media (intro)                 WinkingFoxMusic (outro)Recorded:  6/16/22

REP. MATT SHEA - PATRIOT RADIO
Patriot Radio | Sam Faddis, Former CIA

REP. MATT SHEA - PATRIOT RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 56:35


  Sam Faddis is a retired CIA operations officer, published author, and national security commentator.  In addition to writing, speaking and teaching, he consults for the U.S. military,  U.S. government and private industry.  Sam graduated from The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland Law School. Sam is a frequent contributor to SOFREP.com, NewsMax, and The Hill among other publications and news organizations.  Sam has appeared on OAN, Fox News, Fox Business News, CNN, Frontline and The History Channel as a national security and counter-terrorism expert. Sam led the first CIA team into Iraq nine months in advance of the 2003 invasion of that country. After serving abroad in the Middle East, South Asia and Europe, he served as head of the CIA's Counter Terrorism Center (CTC)'s Weapons of Mass Destruction unit charged with pursuing terrorist weapons of mass destruction programs worldwide. He has run large organizations, worked across the U.S. Intelligence Community and the Department of Defense and been involved in national security matters at the highest levels of our government. He has also spent more than his share of time running sources and covert action campaigns in the field. Prior to joining CIA, Sam was a U.S. Army Armor and JAG officer (Captain), and then served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Washington. Sam is the author of “Beyond Repair: The Decline And Fall Of The CIA” and “Willful Neglect: The Dangerous Illusion Of Homeland Security.”

Science Signaling Podcast
A look at Long Covid, and why researchers and police shouldn't use the same DNA kits

Science Signaling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:59


On this week's show: Tracing the roots of Long Covid, and an argument against using the same DNA markers for suspects in law enforcement and in research labs for cell lines Two years into the pandemic, we're still uncertain about the impact of Long Covid on the world—and up to 20% of COVID-19 patients might be at risk. First on the podcast this week, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel joins host Sarah Crespi to share a snapshot of the current state of Long Covid research, particularly what researchers think are likely causes. Also this week, Debra Mathews, assistant director for science programs in the Berman Institute of Bioethics and associate professor of genetic medicine at Johns Hopkins University, talks with Sarah about why everyone using the same DNA kits—from FBI to Interpol to research labs—is a bad idea.  Finally, in a sponsored segment from the Science/AAAS Custom Publishing Office, Sean Sanders, director and senior editor for custom publishing, interviews Bobby Soni, chief business officer at the BioInnovation Institute (BII), about what steps scientists can take to successfully commercialize their ideas. This segment is sponsored by BII. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: A. Mastin/Science; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: illustration of potential causes for Long Covid ] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Jennifer Couzin-Frankel Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.add4887 About the Science Podcast: https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcast  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Science Magazine Podcast
A look at Long Covid, and why researchers and police shouldn't use the same DNA kits

Science Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:59


On this week's show: Tracing the roots of Long Covid, and an argument against using the same DNA markers for suspects in law enforcement and in research labs for cell lines Two years into the pandemic, we're still uncertain about the impact of Long Covid on the world—and up to 20% of COVID-19 patients might be at risk. First on the podcast this week, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel joins host Sarah Crespi to share a snapshot of the current state of Long Covid research, particularly what researchers think are likely causes. Also this week, Debra Mathews, assistant director for science programs in the Berman Institute of Bioethics and associate professor of genetic medicine at Johns Hopkins University, talks with Sarah about why everyone using the same DNA kits—from FBI to Interpol to research labs—is a bad idea.  Finally, in a sponsored segment from the Science/AAAS Custom Publishing Office, Sean Sanders, director and senior editor for custom publishing, interviews Bobby Soni, chief business officer at the BioInnovation Institute (BII), about what steps scientists can take to successfully commercialize their ideas. This segment is sponsored by BII. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: A. Mastin/Science; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: illustration of potential causes for Long Covid ] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Jennifer Couzin-Frankel Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.add4887 About the Science Podcast: https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcast  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Nourishment Podcast
Good Part & Company II

The Nourishment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 80:11


What Up!? What Up?! Welcome back to another installment. Did you miss me?!?! (Varnell Hill Voice) This week, we chop it up with the Juice Lord, Plant Base God himself Q. The Owner of "Good Part & Company" Located in Baltimore, MD. It's second time on the show, welcome him back! This time around, we discussed his move from his first brick and mortar place to Johns Hopkins University. (Juice Bar location is 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 Inside the Ralph O'Connor Rec Center (Enter from University Pwky at North Gate) He's also now a Holistic Coach (Harcum Holistic Academy), we discuss the new venture, and how he got to start that journey. Juicing, right amount of greens in your system, Gut Health, BMI Charts, Q wanting to get to 120 Years on this planet, yeah.. And much more! Please follow his socials! IG: @goodpartandco as well as @harcumholistic Follow us on IG: @thenourishmentpodcast Email: @thenourishmentpodcast Peace & Blessings! Sit back, and learn something!

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Dave Rothkopf and Bill Boyle Episode 626

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 71:46


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more David Rothkopf is the CEO of The Rothkopf Group, host of the Deep State Radio podcast, and the author, most recently of “Traitor: A History of Betraying America from Benedict Arnold to Donald Trump.” The Rothkopf Group produces podcasts including Deep State Radio, National Security Magazine, custom programming for clients and it organizes live interactive web-based and live forums. Rothkopf is a contributing columnist to The Daily Beast and a member of the Board of Contributors of USA Today.  He is the author of hundreds articles on international, national security and political themes for publications that include the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, the Financial Times, the Daily Beast, Foreign Policy and Foreign Affairs. He is also a regular commentator on broadcast media worldwide. His previous books include Great Questions of Tomorrow, National Insecurity: American Leadership in an Age of Fear, Power, Inc.: The Epic Rivalry Between Big Business and Government—and the Reckoning That Lies Ahead , Superclass: The Global Power Elite and the World They Are Making, and Running the World: The Inside Story of the National Security Council and the Architects of American Power. His most recent book is The Great Questions of Tomorrow. Rothkopf has taught international affairs at Columbia University, Georgetown University and Johns Hopkins University. He has served as a member of a number of boards and advisory boards including those associated with the U.S. Institute of Peace, IREX, the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, the Progressive Policy Institute, and the Center for the Study of the Presidency. Previously, Rothkopf served as CEO and Editor of the FP Group, publishers of Foreign Policy Magazine, CEO of Garten Rothkopf and was the founder and CEO of Intellibridge Corporation, an open source intelligence provider to government and private sector organizations. Prior to that he served as managing director of Kissinger Associates. Rothkopf served as deputy undersecretary of commerce for international trade policy in the Clinton administration and played a central role in developing the administration's groundbreaking Big Emerging Markets Initiative. Before government, Rothkopf was founder and CEO of International Media Partners and editor and publisher of the CEO Magazine and Emerging Markets newspaper. He also served as chairman of the CEO Institute. He is a graduate of Columbia College of Columbia University and attended the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. Bill Boyle is a well sourced and connected businessman who lives in Washington DC with his wife and son. Bill is a trusted friend and source for me who I met after he listened and became a regular and highly respected caller of my siriusxm radio show. Bill is a voracious reader and listeners love to hear his take. I think his analysis is as sharp as anyone you will hear on radio or TV and he has well placed friends across the federal government who are always talking to him. As far as I can tell he is not in the CIA. Follow him on twitter and park at his garages. On today's show I also profiled voice over actor , musician , father husband and daily contributor Pete Coe! Follow him on Twitter Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

The Thomistic Institute
On Human Dignity And Suffering | Dr. Paul LaPenna

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 46:05


This lecture was given to the Johns Hopkins University chapter on March 7, 2022. For more information about upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Dr. Paul LaPenna is a neurologist in Greenville, SC and Associate Professor of Neurology at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Carolinas Campus. Dr. LaPenna completed his neurology residency at Indiana University School of Medicine in 2018. As a neurohospitalist, Dr. LaPenna's skill set is focused on treatment of neurological emergencies and performing and interpreting electrophysiological studies of the brain and peripheral nervous system. As an Associate Professor of Neurology, Dr. LaPenna has won numerous teaching awards, including Clinical Medicine Professor of the neuroscience curriculum in 2019, 2020, and 2021. For the 2020-2021 academic year, Dr. LaPenna was awarded the Preceptor of the Year. For his care towards patients, he was elected to the Arnold P. Gold Humanism Honor Society in 2016. Dr. LaPenna has an interest in the relationship between science and faith—in particular, the relationship between neuroscience and the soul, the overreaching claims of science, and the dignity of the human person, to name a few. Saint Thomas Aquinas has been a major influence in Dr. LaPenna's intellectual and faith journey. Dr. LaPenna was previously a collegiate runner and now enjoys running recreationally, hiking, and spending time outdoors. Most of all, he loves his wife Nicole and their two daughters, Catherine and Susanna.

Everything is Teachable
The Power of Healing Others (Zabie Yamasaki, Transforming Sexual Trauma through Yoga)

Everything is Teachable

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 37:33


In today's powerful episode of Everything Is Teachable, we talk to Zabie Yamasaki—trauma-informed yoga instructor, educator, activist, and Teachable creator. Hear from her about her journey to becoming a source of inspiration and healing for her online course students all around the world, how she approaches her course material with sensitivity and empathy, and how she practices self-care as an online business owner.Zabie Yamasaki, M.Ed., RYT (she/her) is the Founder of Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga which is an organization that offers trauma-informed yoga to survivors, consultation for universities and trauma agencies, and training for healing professionals. Zabie has trained thousands of yoga instructors and mental health professionals and her trauma-informed yoga program and curriculum is now being implemented at over 30 college campuses and trauma agencies including the University of California (UC) system, Stanford, Yale, USC, University of Notre Dame, and Johns Hopkins University. Zabie received her undergraduate in Psychology and Social Behavior and Education at UC Irvine and completed her graduate degree in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs at The George Washington University. Her work has been highlighted on CNN, NBC, KTLA 5, and The Huffington Post.Zabie is widely recognized for her intentionality, soulful activism, and passionate dedication to her field. She is a trauma-informed yoga instructor, resilience and well-being educator, and a sought after consultant and keynote speaker. She has worked with thousands of survivors to support them in their healing journey, ground them in their own worthiness and remind them they are inherently whole. Zabie centers survivors in her work, and provides them with tools to help uncover trauma imprints, support the healing process, create balance of the nervous system, and lessen the grip that past experiences of trauma may have on the heart. She is a survivor, mother, partner, daughter, sister, friend, and activist.She has received countless awards in victim services and leadership, including the Visionary in Victim Services award from one of the largest rape crisis centers in California and the Voice of Courage Award from Exhale to Inhale. She is the author of the book and affirmation deck published by Norton: Trauma-Informed Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault: Practices for Healing and Teaching with Compassion.For all things creator news, important tips, and more, sign up for Teachable's newsletter here: https://teachable.com/newsletter-signup?utm_source=site&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=newsletter-signup-podcastWhere to find Zabie:Website: zabieyamasaki.comOnline courses: https://transcending-sexual-trauma-through-yoga.teachable.com/p/comprehensive-trauma-informed-yoga-training-all-8-modules and https://transcending-sexual-trauma-through-yoga.teachable.com/p/reclaiming-rest-trauma-informed-meditations-for-living-with-more-easeInstagram: @transcending_trauma_with_yoga Follow Teachable on social media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teachable ?utm_source=instagram&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=podcast-instagramLinkedInL https://www.linkedin.com/company/teachable/?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=podcast-linkedinTwitter: https://twitter.com/teachable?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=podcast-twitterTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@teachablehq?utm_source=tiktok&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=podcast-tiktok See you next week!

The History of Egypt Podcast
162: The Chosen One

The History of Egypt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 30:32


Revisionist history in the age of pharaohs. King Horemheb (“Horus in Celebration”) came to power in unusual circumstances. To justify his rule, the new pharaoh set about “retelling” his origins. In a lengthy story, Horemheb cast himself as one chosen by the gods, and destined to rule…Episode details:Date: c. 1330 BCE.Intro Music & Interludes: Luke Chaos.Intro Music & Interludes: Keith Zizza.Outro Music: Bettina Joy de Guzman.Read "The Reign of Horemheb," PhD Thesis by K.M. Bryson at Johns Hopkins University.Logo image: Horemheb and Horus, in the King's tomb (KV57).Booklet: No booklet for this episode, as it describes text only.References:K. M. Bryson, ‘The Reign of Horemheb: History, Historiography, and the Dawn of the Ramesside Era', Unpublished PhD. Thesis, Johns Hopkins University (2018). Online.A. Gardiner, ‘The Coronation of King Ḥaremḥab', The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 39 (1953), 13–31.W. J. Murnane, Texts from the Amarna Period in Egypt (Atlanta, 1995). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Rural Matters
Diving Into Place-Based Education Programs (Part VI of the Ascendium Series) with the University of Montana's Jeb Puryear and Johns Hopkins University's Jonathan Plucker

Rural Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 37:10


In the final installment of our six-part series on continuing rural postsecondary education and workforce development, produced in collaboration with and supported by the Ascendium Education Group, Michael chats with two education leaders who are doing some amazing work with rural colleges: Jeb Puryear, the Suzanne and Dave Peterson Endowed Professor of Gifted Education at the University of Montana and a former secondary science teacher and program coordinator who primarily studies creativity, talent development mechanisms, and programmatic inequities in educational settings; and Jonathan Plucker, the Julian C. Stanley Professor of Talent Development at Johns Hopkins University and a former elementary school science teacher who studies education policy, creativity, and advanced learning in both K–12 and higher education settings. Puryear and Plucker discuss place-based education and how it relates to rural education. They dive into the importance of data, the student shift from rural to urban settings, and how rural education programs can help to improve outcomes. Plus, they outline several examples of successful programs (e.g. Appalachian Studies at Appalachian State and The Nebraska Writing Project at the University of Nebraska). This episode, and the entire six-part series, is sponsored by the Ascendium Education Group, whose philanthropy aims to remove systemic barriers faced by certain learners, specifically first-generation students, incarcerated adults, veterans, students of color, and rural community members. For more information, visit ascendiumphilanthropy.org.

MTR Podcasts
Introducing Station North Arts District

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 1:29


Every Wednesday in June & July The Truth In This Art & Station North Arts District are partnering to spotlight a sample of district-based artists to share more about their work, future projects, and how they make Station North a creative hub.With this podcast, Station North is celebrating its 20th year anniversary and its the recent re-designation as an arts district. Located in the heart of Baltimore, Station North was the first area in Baltimore to receive the State designation as an Arts & Entertainment District in 2002. Spanning the neighborhoods of Charles North, Greenmount West, and Barclay, Station North is a diverse collection of artist live-work spaces, galleries, rowhomes, and businesses, all just steps away from Penn Station, Mount Vernon, Charles Village, the Maryland Institute College of Art, the University of Baltimore, and Johns Hopkins University. There are now 22 Arts & Entertainment Districts in Maryland, and similar programs in dozens of states. Station North continues to serve as a national model for Arts & Entertainment Districts. ★ Support this podcast ★

Cannabis Cultivation and Science Podcast
Episode 97 The Importance of Terpenes and the Entourage Effect with Dr. Ethan Russo

Cannabis Cultivation and Science Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 54:49


Dr. Russo is a board-certified neurologist, psychopharmacology researcher, and author. He is the Founder and CEO of credo-science.com.   He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (Psychology), and the University of Massachusetts Medical School, before residencies in Pediatrics in Phoenix, Arizona and in Child and Adult Neurology at the University of Washington in Seattle. He was a clinical neurologist in Missoula, Montana for 20 years in a practice with a strong chronic pain component. In 1995, he pursued a 3-month sabbatical doing ethnobotanical research with the Machiguenga people in Parque Nacional del Manu, Peru. He has held faculty appointments in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Montana, in Medicine at the University of Washington, and as visiting professor, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Harvard University, and Johns Hopkins University. He has also published numerous book chapters, and over fifty articles in neurology, pain management, cannabis, and ethnobotany. His research interests have included correlations of historical uses of cannabis to modern pharmacological mechanisms, phytopharmaceutical treatment of migraine and chronic pain, herbal synergy and phytocannabinoid/terpenoid, serotonergic and vanilloid interactions. He has consulted or lectured on these topics in 39 US states and Canadian provinces and 39 countries.

Brain & Life
Peter Frampton on Rockin' for Research to Cure Inclusion Body Myositis

Brain & Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 38:28


This week Dr. Audrey Nath is joined by Peter Frampton to talk about his 2015 diagnosis of inclusion body myositis (IBM). Peter shares how his diagnosis has led him to start his own foundation in partnership with Johns Hopkins University and become passionate about IBM research. He discusses how music helps him manage his condition as he continues to experience mobility changes. Dr. Nath is then joined by Dr. Steven Greenberg, neuromuscular neurologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital and professor at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Greenberg explains the characteristics of IBM as well as the similarities and differences between other neuromuscular diseases, such as ALS and Sjögren's syndrome.  Additional Resources:    https://www.brainandlife.org/articles/peter-frampton-found-new-purpose-after-inclusion-body-myositis-diagnosis  https://www.brainandlife.org/disorders-a-z/disorders/inclusion-body-myositis  https://www.hopkinsmyositis.org/gift/peter-frampton-myositis-research-fund/   https://www.frampton.com/  Social Media:    Guest: Peter Frampton @peterframpton  Hosts: Dr. Daniel Correa @neurodrcorrea; Dr. Audrey Nath @AudreyNathMDPhD

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters
Climate-Related Mobility and Conflict: Pathways to Peace and Human Security | Recorded Live

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 62:19


Today's episode was recorded live in front of a virtual audience at a side event of the International Migration Review Forum. The episode is produced in partnership with CGIAR and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.  The event was titled "Climate-related mobility and conflict: Pathways to peace and human security" and includes some extended expert commentary on this topic.  You will first hear from Sheggen Fan, system board member CGIAR followed by remarks from Shukri Ahmed, Deputy Director Office of Emergencies and Resilience at the FAO. I then moderate a panel discussion featuring: Prof. Dr. Vally Koubi, a Professor at and the Director of the Center for Comparative and International Studies at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology – Zurich. Dr Bina Desai, Head of Programs with the Internal Displacement Monitoring Center Pablo Escribano,  Regional Thematic Specialist for the Americas: Migration, Environment and Climate Change with the International Organization for Migration. and Prof Dr. Marisa O. Ensor, Adjunct Professor with the Institute for the Study of International Migration at Georgetown University.  After they take some questions from the audience, some concluding remarks are offered by Katrina Kosec, Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University.  

Auxoro: The Voice of Music
#170 - Dr. Joshua Sharfstein: SURVIVING A PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, Pandemic Polarization, The Economy, FDA, & Four Loko

Auxoro: The Voice of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 101:21


BONUS EPISODES & PREMIUM ACCESS: https://auxoro.supercast.com/ In this episode, Dr. Joshua Sharfstein and I discuss how to survive a public health crisis, the political polarization of the pandemic, the economic impacts of the shutdown, school closures, FDA blunders, the banning of Four Loko, and more! Guest Bio: Dr. Joshua Sharfstein is the Vice Dean for Public Health Practice and Community Engagement, Director of the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, and Professor of the Practice in Health Policy and Management. Previously, he served as the Secretary of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Principal Deputy Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. He is also the co-host of the podcast Public Health On-Call.  DR. JOSHUA SHARFSTEIN LINKS:Twitter: https://twitter.com/drJoshSPublic Health On Call: https://pod.link/1501336958Faculty Bio: https://bit.ly/3tsQsSH  THE AUXORO PODCAST LINKS:Apple: https://apple.co/3B4fYju Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3zaS6sPOvercast: https://bit.ly/3rgw70DYoutube: https://bit.ly/3lTpJdjWebsite: https://www.auxoro.com/ AUXORO SOCIAL LINKS:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/auxoroYouTube: https://bit.ly/3CLjEqFFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/auxoromagNewsletter: https://www.auxoro.com/thesourceYouTube: https://bit.ly/3CLjEqF If you enjoy the show, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds, helps us appear higher in searches so more people discover the show, and it boosts my ego;) Past Guests On The Auxoro Podcast Include: Aubrey de Grey, Andy Weir, Eben Britton, Eric Jorgenson, Isabelle Boemeke, Houston Arriaga, Jerzy Gregorek, Chris Cooper, Gryffin, Elsa Diaz, Dave Robinson, Meghan Daum, FINNEAS, Chloé Valdary, Coleman Hughes, Maziar Ghaderi, YONAS, Ryan Michler, Ryan Meyer, Gavin Chops, Bren Orton, Zuby, Jason Khalipa, Ed Latimore, Jess Glynne, Noah Kahan, Kid Super, Deryck Whibley, and many more.  Audio editing by dbsound: https://www.fiverr.com/dbsound 

On the Media
The Messy Politics of Oprah and Dr. Oz

On the Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 22:57


Back in the before-times, when we used to go into the radio station every day, our office next-door neighbor was WNYC host Brian Lehrer. He hosts a 2 hour live radio call-in show every day from 10 to noon in New York city. In this segment from his show he examines the relationship between Dr. Oz and Oprah Winfrey. The Trump-endorsed Dr. Oz recently won the Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania. One reason the doctor is so popular, despite the many critics who say he promotes unscientific therapies and cures, is his many appearances on Oprah Winfrey's long-running daytime talk show. Kellie Jackson, historian, associate professor of African Studies, Wellesley College and host and executive producer of the Oprahdemics podcast, and Leah Wright Rigueur, associate professor of history, Johns Hopkins University and co-host of the Oprahdemics podcast, talk to Brian about Oprah's role in giving Dr. Oz a platform, what he became and if she has any responsibility to speak out.