Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting
The Journey is rooted deep in teaching, training and learning. While on a recent trip with Freedom Hunters, Heath met a veteran with a medical alert K9. After a conversation with the owner, Brian, Heath decided to learn more about how we are using dogs to prevent medical emergencies. In this episode Heath talks to Dr. Jennifer Cattet about the process of selection, training and the vital roll these dogs play in the medical world. Dr Cattet received her PHD in animal behavior and psychology. She started a K9 program in the prison system in 2008 and quickly learned how the dog could assist on the medical side with inmates. What we learn is no matter what task, function or purpose we all use the dogs for their superior senses and abilities. The natural instincts of the dog are going to blow your mind on this episode of the Journey. https://medicalmutts.org/JenniferCattet.comwww.houndsmanxp.comCheck out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant, outdoor content!SPONSORS:Cajun LightsGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
When Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed, seemingly lifeless, on Monday Night Football in January: the world stood still. But somewhere on Long Island, New York, one mother watched everything unfold knowingly, fully aware of what had happened to Hamlin. Because the cause of Hamlin's collapse was the same condition – Commotio Cordis – that had taken her son's life 23 years earlier. So today, Tisha Thompson shares the story of a decades-long mission that grew from that loss, which has saved hundreds of lives, including Damar Hamlin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Blow the Whistle With Coach Andrea
We have all heard "God hates divorce", but what if that's not actually what the Bible says? My guest, Gretchen Baskerville, has spent years researching divorce and shares some long hidden facts about what the Bible REALLY says about divorce. She has years of experience leading divorce groups and works hard to advocate for men and women who are divorced due to destructive and devastating marriages. Gretchen has written a book called "The Life Saving Divorce" which is available for purchase on Amazon. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fullyalivecoaching/support
Resident TYP Nerd (and golden tonsils) Patrick is back talking tech, enlightening the dinosaur (Stegosaurus Harps) and this time we talk about a medical radar device that can monitor older adults (are you listening Ron and Mary?) through walls, without a need for wearable trackers or cameras! Also, we learn about new technology that allows people with disabilities (or anyone, for that matter) to operate their devices via small lip and tongue movements (f**king amazing). We chat about a dude who won first prize at a prestigious photo competition but wouldn't accept the prize because his award-winning ‘photo' was actually an AI generated image! We also talk about the New York Police Department introducing robot dogs (what could go wrong??) as part of their police force. And on the creepy-as-f*ck front, Patrick tells me about a VR experience designed to simulate a cardiac arrest (yours) and then guide you through your own death. Nope. Nope. Nope. F*ck that.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Minnesota legislature has passed a bill that protects people who come to the state for gender-affirming care. Gov. Tim Walz is expected to sign that bill into law later this week. Minnesota joins Colorado, Illinois, Maryland and New Mexico, which have passed similar bills this year. Meanwhile, Minnesota's neighbors — Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota — have banned gender-affirming care for minors, claiming that this kind of care causes irreparable harm. MPR News host Angela Davis speaks with one of the authors of Minnesota's bill and a physician who provides gender-affirming care to children and teenagers. Plus, we hear from teenage transgender Minnesotans about why the gender-affirming bill matters to them. Guests: Dana Ferguson is a politics reporter with MPR News. Rep. Leigh Finke is a DFL lawmaker in the Minnesota House of Representatives, representing St. Paul. She is also the author of the trans refuge bill in the House of Representatives. Dr. Angela Kade Goepferd is Medical Director of the Gender Health Program at Children's Minnesota. They are also the system's Chief Education Office. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation.
Why Producer Kelbin needs a sleep study Monday 4/24/23
Dive into this compelling episode where we explore the crucial role cannabis has played in supporting the LGBTQ+ community throughout history. Join us as we uncover the untold stories of resilience, discuss the intertwined politics of legalization, and shed light on the ongoing fight for equity and access to this lifesaving plant. Don't miss this powerful conversation on cannabis, LGBTQ+ rights, and the complex web of social and political forces at play. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-coma-cast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-coma-cast/support
In this episode, we dive into a fascinating conversation with Dr. Douglas McMahon, an allergist and founder of AllerMed Pharma. Dr. McMahon shares his journey to create a more affordable and accessible epinephrine auto-injector, an essential tool for those suffering from severe allergies. We discuss the challenges he has faced in securing funding, the approval process, and his long-term plans for innovation. Discover how his mission to make allergy solutions accessible can change lives and the ways you can support this noble cause. Join us for this insightful and inspiring discussion on making life-saving technology available to everyone.
Surf cameraman John "Gordo" Gordon's quick thinking and bravery saved a woman from drowning at Fingal Head in a daring rescue.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Researchers in Zambia and Pakistan have shown that a drug which helps to stop bleeding in childbirth is safe to give by injection into a muscle - making it easier to save women's lives where skilled help isn't always close by. Tranexamic acid is usually given by a drip into a vein. But a new study by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine compared that method with giving an injection into the thigh and administering it as a drink in a solution. They found that the injection was just as effective as the drip – which doctors say will save time and lives. We hear from one of the first people in the world to be given blood grown in a laboratory – and the scientist who made it possible. People with conditions like sickle cell anaemia could eventually benefit from this technology with lab blood tailored to their needs. Overweight people with painful arthritic joints might be told it's due to “wear and tear”. But Dr Graham Easton explains how a new study shows that changes to cells within our joints cause inflammation – and it's not simply a case of extra weight putting pressure on our knees and hips. Producer: Paula McGrath
Just over 120 crews from 30 surf life saving clubs will descend upon Waihi Beach this weekend for the national IRB Championships. Eighteen races will take place across five disciplines, including patient pick-ups and team relays. The event will include an Australian team flying over to compete, and Surf Life Saving's Lewis McClintock says it's the biggest field in some time. He spoke to Corin Dann.
Aha! Moments with Elliott Connie
Examples of positive, safe, and healthy interactions is enough to save a life. Text me at 972-426-2640 so we can stay connected!Support me on Patreon!Twitter: @elliottspeaksInstagram: @elliottspeaks
After a heart attack and triple bypass, one patient developed a completely blocked crucial artery. We'll show you the dramatic before and after pictures, and tell you about the procedure that saved his life. Guests include cardiologist Dr. Tony Spaedy and Dr. Michael Kennedy.
In a subcommittee meeting, the Phoenix City Council discussed help for people experiencing homelessness in "the Zone" encampment. Lifesaving medications and heat relief are coming, but no overall solution is on the table. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, host Olivia Neal speaks to San Bernardino Fire Chief Dan Munsey. Chief Munsey is also Chair of the International Association of Fire Chiefs Technology Council. He shares how embracing new technologies has brought opportunities to transform emergency response and help protect the two million residents of San Bernardino County. Olivia Neal [host] | LinkedIn Dan Munsey [guest] | LinkedIn Microsoft Public Sector Center of Expertise for more information and transcripts of all episodes Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts
In this episode we are joined by Robin Alex, the co-founder of (Go) High Level, a marketing tool that is helping businesses all over the world to streamline their marketing efforts and grow their customer base. Robin shares his entrepreneurial journey, from his early days as a software engineer to his current role as the co-founder of High Level. He talks about the challenges he faced along the way and how he overcame them to build a successful company.Robin also gives us an inside look at High Level and how it is helping businesses to create effective marketing campaigns that drive results. He shares some of the unique features of the platform and how they are helping businesses of all sizes to grow.If you're a business owner or marketer looking for new ways to improve your marketing strategy, this episode is a must-listen. Robin's insights and experience are sure to provide valuable guidance and inspiration as you work to take your marketing efforts to the next level. So sit back, relax, and join us for this engaging conversation with Robin Alex, co-founder of High Level.Connect with Robin: Website: http://www.gohighlevel.comSupport the showJoin the #1 Community for Service-Based Entrepreneurshttps://www.blackdiamondclub.com Follow Shawn and Lacey on Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/drshawndill/ https://www.instagram.com/drlaceybook/
SEGMENT 1 with Sally Susman, starting at 0:00: Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at Pfizer, Sally Susman, shares her experience of being part of the movement that introduced lifesaving Covid-19 vaccines to the world. “The world was depending on us. But vaccine skepticism, suspicion around Big Pharma's motives, economic insecurity, political polarization, civil unrest, and just plain fear were challenges we had to recognize and respect. We had to address those challenges in a way that didn't alienate people but, instead, brought them into the conversation. Was I up to the task? I'd have to be.” SEGMENT 2 with Alexandra Allred, starting at 16:45: Alexandra Allred goes beyond the record books and gold medal counts to truly dig into the vital role women and sports have played in instigating change in society as a whole. SEGMENT 3 with Emily Washcovick, starting at 36:30: Do not fear a bad review! Just be prepared to respond to it. Emily Washcovick shares why you need to engage with good and bad online reviews, and how to utilize review sites like Yelp in your marketing strategy. Sponsored by Truly Financial.Visit Barry's Blog for complete show notes.
Roy and HG - Bludging on the Blindside
Rampaging Roy Slaven and HG Nelson cast a collective eye over the world of sport.
An endovascular thrombectomy has proven to be an effective treatment for stroke patients. In some cases, they've allowed patients to walk out of the hospital mere days after being admitted in life-threatening conditions. Matt Galloway talks to Marleen Conacher, who was treated using EVT for a stroke in 2021; and discusses calls to make the procedure more widely available with stroke physician Dr. Michael Hill.
Warrior Spotlight: Meet Kate Favata, Community Relations LiaisonI grew up in a middle-class family about 10 minutes from CleanSlate's Wilkes-Barre center. Growing up, my neighborhood seemed like the perfect suburban community. My parents didn't lock their doors and loved their country and neighbors. The only reference to drug education we had was Nancy Reagan's, “Just Say No” campaign and most people in my community thought that if people did just that, the drug problem would cease.My parents and my friend's parents only knew about heroin from the news reports they'd seen in the sixties, saying that their rock idols had died from overdoses. Little did they think there could be a heroin problem in their own community. My home of Northeast Pennsylvania, once known as “a valley with a heart,“ had in just a few years become nicknamed “a valley with a habit“ by local media. I don't think anyone at the time could imagine how true that statement would become.By the time the local government and medical community admitted that heroin was a problem, years had passed and resources were scarce. I was in college when I started using. It was the nineties, so I listened to bands like Nirvana, Jane's Addiction and Alice in Chains, watched movies like “Trainspotting” and “The Basketball Diaries,” and in an attempt to be well-read, frequented books by Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac. I thought of myself as a free thinker who did not conform to societal norms. Heroin to me was fascinating and taboo and, at the time, I incorrectly equated it with being artistic and creative.I was around 18 years old when I started using heroin. At the time, I had no idea how drug use would affect my future. After more than 30 treatment episodes, including stays in halfway and recovery houses, countless 12-step meetings, multiple recovery books, trying medications and detox – you name it, I tried it – I ended up homeless in Philadelphia with track marks up both sides of my neck. My living quarters consisted of an abandoned building with no plumbing where rats and roaches were my roommates.Along the way I had episodes of endocarditis, countless blood infections, frostbite, abscesses and even got stabbed, shot at and robbed. I would not say I was suicidal, but I had thought to myself that if I happened to die, that was fine with me. I figured it came with the territory and the lifestyle I had chosen. After reading countless obituaries of friends and acquaintances who had overdosed, how could I think that I was immune? At my lowest point, I remember taking a Sharpie and writing my mom's name and phone number inside my winter coat in the hopes that if I died, the coroner would call her to claim my body.Finish Kates Story at https://www.cleanslatecenters.com/location/pennsylvania/Support the show Stop by our Apple Podcast and drop a Review! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/allbetter/id1592297425?see-all=reviewsSupport The Showhttps://www.patreon.com/allbetter
Join us for this week's episode of Roundhouse Crosstalk! In this podcast we sit down with our long time docent and station master Paul Self to learn about Hospital Trains in the past and the present. These trains have been instrumental throughout history in saving lives both in battle and now for humanitarian causes.
Tales in Two Minutes- Jay Stetzer, Storyteller
There are times when accidents occur and a life is saved.
We're kicking off our new series, Terms of Service: The fine print of community. In this episode, Rev. Sean shares how mutual aid is a powerful tool for care and an essential component of spiritual life. Then, Rev. Dr. Sheryl Johnson joins Rev. Sean for a conversation about how the finance and stewardship practices of many congregations espouse neoliberal values and entrench white privilege and what we can do to change that. 2:13: Rev. Sean's sermon "No Masters, No Flakes" 27:04 Conversation with Rev. Dr. Sheryl Johnson Find Sheryl Johnson's Book here: https://www.fortresspress.com/store/product/9781506482965/Serving-Money-Serving-God
Hour 2: Sue brings you today's Sue's News on the most popular dog breeds in America, the knighthood of one of "The Kinks" members, and the Random Fact of the Day on Velveeta cheese! Then, Doreen Denny, Senior Advisor at Concerned Women for America joins Mark Reardon to discuss her latest piece titled, " Exposing the lie of gender-affirming care."
SBS Nepali - एसबीएस नेपाली पोडकाष्ट
Royal Life saving society organised Workshop on drowning prevention workshop in Tasmania to directly work with the multicultural community and to promote water safety education. - रोयल लाईफ सेभिङ्गसको आयोजनामा टास्मेनियाको होबार्टमा बहु सांस्कृतिक समुदाय लक्षित जल सुरक्षा सम्बन्धी कार्यशाला सम्पन्न भएको छ।
Unleash Your Inner Creative with Lauren LoGrasso
Hi Creative! Today It's a BEST OF Unleash, with a brand new intro containing some insights on choosing ease, a thank you for FOUR YEARS of Unleash, thoughts on why your creative projects are like a time capsule, as well as insight on why I chose this episode to re-air. It's my conversation with comedian and friend of the show, Brittany Brave! Original Description below! CW: Domestic Violence Brittany Brave is a New York City-based comedian who has been featured on TBS, MTV, The New York Times, ELLE and was named a Best New Talent by the New York Comedy Festival in 2019. She is also the founder of We are Cat Call, a platform for women's leadership, progress and camaraderie that does female-focused events for all. I wanted to have Brittany on the show because we are really kindred spirits and have a similar path -both Italian Catholic, both only children both huge champions of fellow women and creatives. Brittany started her professional career in PR and did comedy on the side, but her true passion was always calling her. However, it wasn't until she found herself in a situation of domestic violence that she truly started owning her creativity as a way of admitting what was going on and taking charge of her life again. From Brittany, you will truly learn creativity's ability to not only help, but even save your life. From our conversation you'll also learn: How to turn your pain into your creative purpose Tips for fellow survivors on how to start telling your story How to "come out" as a creative at your day job Some of the weird quirks of Italian culture The unique and horrifying pressures of being an only child How to make money as a comedian during the pandemic Tips to pivot your career Hear our open dialogue about mental health Advice on dating during the pandemic. -Remember to subscribe/follow the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your pods. Please leave us a rating and review- it helps SO much in getting the show out there. And tell a friend about the show- podcasts are very personal and tend to be spread person to person. If this show helped you or made you smile, share the love :) Follow the show @unleashyourinnercreative Follow me @LaurenLoGrasso Listen to my single, "Like a Bomb" Here: ffm.to/likeabomb --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unleashyourinnercreative/message
As the world heats up, researchers in Australia have developed a heat stress scale to help people avoid the risk of health problems from heatwaves which are intensifying globally. Professor Ollie Jay is the director of the University of Sydney's Heat and Health Research Incubator, and he is leading the world-first project, in collaboration with the Sydney Environment Institute. The heat stress scale in conjunction with an accompanying app aims to help the public handle the heat and also minimise, or avoid, health risks arising from more frequent heatwaves. Professor Jay says his team is striving to reduce the health impacts of extreme heat across a person's lifespan - as the growing extremes of climate ultimately affect everyone
Jacob is an actor, stuntman, travel show host and former Corporal in The Australian Army. On the podcast he shares a wild story, of a five hour turbulent journey across land and sea, to get emergency life saving surgery during a monsoon, whilst working in Malaysia. The boys chat about all aspects of the film industry, benefits of training/ exercise, wild animals in Australia, stand up comedy experiences, and aspirations. Jake also gives us a run down on his travel show, and all the fun you can expect for Season 3 of ‘Destination Desert' on ‘Network Ten'. Jacob Turner Instagram Facebook IMDb Destination Desert Website Instagram Going Deep with Dan Good Instagram Facebook YouTube IMDb Dan Good Instagram Facebook IMDb YIN YANG ENT. YouTube Facebook Produced BY: YIN YANG ENT.
On paper, Sylvia Worsham was living the dream; she was a high performing pharmaceutical saleswoman. But after a divorce, job change and then experiencing life-saving miracles, Sylvia decided to take a different approach to life, following her soul identity and putting her faith in her relationship with God.Tune in to hear how Sylvia went from perfectionist to purposed-filled author and speaker living a life filled with love and joy.Connect with Sylvia on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook and join the Journey To Me Facebook Group.Sylvia chronicles her story in her book Journey to Me, available on Amazon. If you'd like an autographed copy, email email@example.com. ICYMIEpisode 54: Living Life on Purpose with Tanya Dalton Best-selling author and productivity expert Tanya Dalton shares a simple exercise to identify and reconnect with your passion. Episode 49: Get Clarity on your Fairytale with MeditationMasako Kozawa shares how meditation allows you to clear your head and make room to hear the whispers. Episode 3: Time MOMagementMarisa Lonic helps busy moms juggle ALL. THE. THINGS. and shared the powerful advice to start by simply changing your narrative.***Thanks for listening!Follow me on Instagram & Facebook for the latest podcast updates, behind the scenes footage and some #twinmom and crazy cat lady fun :)
What does it look like to be the hands and feet of Jesus? Sometimes, it's just doing your job, and in some cases, that could be life changing!-Sonny
Happy International Women's Day! If you're looking to learn about a rockstar woman scientist, check out Episode 40 - The Mirror Image Disaster. In it, we talk about Dr. Frances Oldhem Kelsey, the FDA scientist who single-handedly fought to keep Thalidomide off the market and out of our medicine cabinets. In today's episode, Harini teaches Megan about how one of the biggest Allied cover-ups in WWII history led to the discovery and development of chemotherapy. During WWII, German bombers devastated the port of Bari, Italy where Allied personnel were stationed. Soldiers who were launched into the harbor, but survived the bombing, began to experience severe blistering and heightened internal temperatures. American doctor and chemical warfare expert, Stewart Francis Alexander, believed that all symptoms pointed to mustard gas. But when his report to Allied leaders was met with indifference and exasperation, he knew he had stumbled upon a possible conspiracy. Why were they denying the presence of mustard gas in the bay? Why was this form of gas causing these specific symptoms? Tune in to find out.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
✨Grab your seat at Arin's next MASTERCLASS ✨ The importance of feeling and expressing your emotions rather than suppressing them cannot be overstated. The majority of us have been conditioned to suppress our feelings rather than experience them. Relearning how to express and witness emotions can be difficult, but it is necessary. Having repressed emotions can lead to chronic pain and disease. In so many cases, blocked emotions can result in physical symptoms. Today, I speak with Infinity about moving through emotions using somatic teachings. Her journey to healing began after she became frustrated with the healthcare system. As a result, she realized that personal healing begins within, and can now support others on their own journey for healing. Infinity Wasserman - Somatic Business & Life Coach www.pheel.me https://www.facebook.com/infintiandbeyond/ https://www.instagram.com/ About Jasmine & Juniper The Podcast: This is the place to be if you want to learn all the incredible tools out there for growing a life & business that you love. We talk about everything from trauma healing to online business marketing and beyond. Join your host, Wellness Educator and Success Coach, Arin Fugate, as she pulls back the curtain to living life as a trauma survivor, a multi-million dollar earner, and mompreneur of two kids under the age of 6. On the show, we learn, grow, and laugh together. You are welcome and appreciated here! If you enjoy listening please write a 5-star review for the show. That way others like you can find us! Connect with Arin: IG: https://www.instagram.com/jasmineandjuniperliving FB: Arin Fugate TikTok: Arin Fugate ✨ Essential Oils's Creator Profile Contact Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe to the Podcast! If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Spotify. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device. Leave us an iTunes review! CLICK HERE TO LEAVE A REVIEW! Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on iTunes, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave a review on iTunes. Music by The Inspirational Rapper
In this episode of Thick Threads, Cloud goes into a thread of things people have silently said to themselves during sex!!! Yall are ridiculous!!!! Persephanii reads a thread of hilarious facts that could potentially save someones life!! Brace yourself, as Thick Threads takes you down some RANDOM rabbit hole in the most hilarious parts of the dark web!
Chief Medical Office at Northwestern Medicine Dr. Kevin Most joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about if COVID-19 will completely disappear in the future, what age you may start developing varicose veins, and why FDA advisors recommend the approval of over-the-counter sales of Narcan to combat opioid overdoses.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Show Notes & ResourcesBeing an entrepreneur isn't always about making money. For LifeVac founder Arthur Lih, it's about making a difference. What if you had already built a successful business, sold it for millions of dollars, then on the cusp of retirement, you realized you could create something that wouldn't just change someone's life, but it could save someone's life? Would you put your life on hold to focus on the lives of others? Lih sits down with host Greg Muzzillo to discuss the story behind the creation of LifeVac, why he felt morally obligated to start the company, and the lives he's touched along the way.About Arthur Lih Arthur Lih founded the lifesaving company, LifeVac, upon realizing he possessed a solution that could prevent adults and children from succumbing to choking. Prior to the conceptualization of LifeVac, Lih sold his logistics firm for $20 million dollars and planned to enjoy the fruits of his labor, but when he learned how common choking deaths were, he felt it was his moral duty to actively researched a solution in the hopes he could help save lives. So, he put his retirement on hold and set out the long process of creating his product, running all the necessary tests, patenting the device, and launching into the market. LifeVac is now known internationally as a non-invasive portable airway clearance device (ACD) developed for resuscitating a victim with an airway obstruction. Since the products official launch, LifeVac has been attributed to saving more than 600 lives without any adverse effects, and Lih continues to expand his brand in an effort to save as many lives as possible throughout the world. Resource Links:Connect with Arthur Lih:LinkedInConnect with LifeVac:Lifevac.netLinkedInTwitterFacebookKey Takeaways:You get frustrated with other people's decisions that you don't necessarily agree with and that you think you could do better if you had the freedom to make those decisions, and then you get the leap of faith moment where you say “I can do it, I'm going for it” How could I be the only guy that could save this kid and then read about a child that died with me knowing I have something that could have saved them? So as much as I wasn't thrilled with the idea of going back and starting from scratch, there was a moral obligation to do it. And I'm grateful that I did. The research really scared me. It's 5,000+ people a year choke to death. It's the fourth leading cause of accidental death; under car accidents, poisonings and slips and falls. And one child dies every five days that's recorded. This is my sanctuary, like Superman Fortress of Solitude. When you walk in here and you see all these lives, regardless of how tired, or how much you want to give up, you just look at a couple of these faces and these little kids and you keep going. The heroes are the parents and the EMTs and the EMS and the police and the elderly caregivers and the grandparents. Those are the heroes. And it's just neat that I gave them a tool to be that hero CONNECT WITH MILLION DOLLAR MONDAY! Follow us on Instagram | Follow us on YouTube
Boundaries are important in nonprofit work if you want longevity. Let's talk about how some of these work when your organization helps people in work that includes literally saving lives. RESOURCES // Get Our Free eBook _The Legacy Flywheel_ : https://www.legacybuildersintl.com/ebook.html Join the Facebook Group for Nonprofit Leaders: www.facebook.com/groups/nonprofitdev/ The Nonprofit Leadership Academy has courses to help your nonprofit grow: https://nonprofitleadershipacademy.teachable.com/ More About Us & Our Work: https://legacybuildersintl.com ABOUT US // Hi! We are Ted and Lisa Snyder. After decades of nonprofit leadership impacting thousands, *we hit a wall.* We started asking ourselves, “How can we go beyond our personal success and leave a legacy that lasts far beyond our lifetimes?” A job change and multiple conversations with stressed-out nonprofit leaders later, our desire to help nonprofits grow in a healthy and sustainable way was *bigger than ever.* We are nonprofit consultants who believe that *a better world needs healthier nonprofits,* and *it's our passion to help you fulfill your organization's mission while helping YOU live a fulfilled life.* Whether you're a leader at the top or in the middle of an organization, we're glad you're here! PLEASE NOTE // Different states, guidelines, and nonprofit structures have different legal/financial/tax requirements. The information provided on this channel does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal/financial/tax advice. Please consult with experts in your jurisdiction regarding legal/financial/tax advice. This video and description may contain affiliate links. For these, we may earn a small commission when you make a purchase through these links at no additional cost to you.
In the first of a 3 part special, ‘Maximizing Joy', SHL's Cosmo Leone is joined by Julie Stevens, a survivor of stage 4 aggressive, inoperable, and chemo-resistant colon cancer. In this podcast, we hear how Julie applied her I/O psychology background and experience at SHL to build a data-driven strategy to find the perfect healthcare team and save her life!
Winter snow impacting millions of people from coast to coast. Also, Rupert Murdoch acknowledges Fox News hosts pushed false 2020 presidential election claims. Plus, Vicky Nguyen shares some popular alternatives to a hotel or resort and perfect for your next vacation. And, Your Health: The City of Hope National Medical Center is using robotics to help detect lung cancer and save lives.
For our February episode, you'll hear the recording of a recent PIRG webinar, "How States can Protect Life-saving Antibiotics". First, each panelist, listed below, shares his/her perspective on the antibiotic resistance crisis. Next, the group explores the connection between antibiotic resistance and animal agriculture through moderator and audience questions. Finally, the panel turns to state action, including the Transparent and Responsible Antibiotic Use Act, which has recently been introduced in both chambers of the Illinois General Assembly. You'll hear from:Matt Wellington, Public Health Campaigns Director, PIRGRaya Carr, Shepherdess and Events & Project Coordinator, Mint Creek FarmMadeleine Kleven, Safe and Healthy Food Program Associate, FACTDr. Sameer Patel, Antimicrobial Stewardship Program Director, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of ChicagoTune in here to listen to the discussion!
Episode 254: In January, we attended HDAW23 in Grapevine Texas. The show was well supported by the industry. One of the new suppliers that attended the show, was DC Cargo Mall. In this episode, we talk about the innovations they are bringing to the industry and the excitement for being at the show. Later on in our episode, we also got the opportunity to talk with the organizers of the show.Show Notes: Visit HeavyDutyPartsReport.com for complete show notes of this episode and to subscribe to all our content. Disclaimer: This content and description may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, The Heavy-Duty Parts Report may receive a small commission. Sponsors of this Episode:Want to look up parts but don't have a part number or the VIN? Download Diesel Parts for free on Desktop or on your Apple or Android device.Looking for high-quality fuel injection for heavy-duty applications? Buy now from AMBACInternational.com/AftermarketLooking for suspension, steering, and 5th wheel parts? Buy now from SAMPA.comLooking for OEM genuine parts? Buy now from AlliantPower.comSpecial Offer:AMBAC International is hiring. Apply NowBuy Parts from HDA Truck Pride: Are you looking to purchase heavy-duty parts and get your commercial vehicle repaired? Get access to one of HDA Truck Pride's 750 locations across the United States and Canada. Visit HeavyDutyPartsReport.com/BuyParts. Sign up for our weekly email so you never miss out on an episode: Follow the Show
Less Stressed Life : Upleveling Life, Health & Happiness
This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Thomas Hemingway, MD. In this episode, we discuss getting older and feeling younger, a topic I'm always interested in. KEY TAKEAWAYS:How you jump from conventional to integrative in healthcare 5 principles for preventable conditionsHow to EAT for energy, clarity, weight loss, and the BEST health of your life without dietingHow to Optimize sleep - The glymphatic system and detoxing during sleepHow to optimize STRESS and turn negative stress into a positive growth-promoting energizing experience that will propel you to success and longer life.Importance of the gut & how to optimize gut healthHow he's dealing with his daughter's new Type 1 diabetesABOUT GUEST:Dr. Thomas Hemingway, MD is a holistic and integrative Medical Doctor that lives and shares his philosophy of PREVENTION over PRESCRIPTION. He is passionate about Natural Health and Healing through Simple, yet Powerful Daily Practices which can be LIFE CHANGING and LIFESAVING. He's the host of the Unshakeable Health Podcast. His upcoming book, “PREVENTABLE! 5 Powerful Practices to Avoid Disease and Build Unshakeable Health” describes the foundational principles of creating solid lifelong health.Dr. Hemingway is also husband, and proud father to 6 wonderful humans with whom he enjoys spending time in the outdoors surfing, snowboarding, skiing, hiking, biking, skateboarding, mountaineering and playing tennis.He also loves sharing this message of POWERFUL NATURAL HEALTH PRINCIPLES in his top rated health podcast “Modern Medicine Movement” where he is known for distilling down the latest medical knowledge and science into easily digestible and actionable steps which can change lives in the present AND the future.He is He has the goal of saving 100 million lives by optimizing health and wellness through natural means.WHERE TO FIND:Dr. Hemingway's website: https://thomashemingway.com Dr. Hemingway's LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/drthomashemingway Dr. Hemingway's FREE NEWSLETTER: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/6284099161383cf03d109319 Dr. Hemingway's SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drthomashemingway/ FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/thomashemingwaymd/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKau31K7oRHfWYMC1_quG7g LinkedIn:
Unlock the Sugar Shackles Podcast
TODAY'S SPONSORSYour blood sugar levels significantly impact how your body feels and functions. Nutrisense combines cutting-edge technology and human expertise so you can see how your body responds to different food, exercise, stress and sleep in real time. By pairing a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) with their app and expert dietitian guidance, Nutrisense can help you reach your health goals.Head to nutrisense.io/sugar and use the promo code SUGAR to get $30 off & one month of free dietitian support!TODAY'S GUESTThomas Hemingway MD is a holistic and integrative Medical Doctor whom lives and shares his philosophy of PREVENTION over PRESCRIPTION. He is passionate about Natural Health and Healing through Simple, yet Powerful Daily Practices which can be LIFE SAVING. His upcoming book, “PREVENTABLE! 5 Powerful Practices to Avoid Disease and Build Unshakeable Health”describes the foundational principles of creating solid lifelong health. He also loves sharing this message in his top rated health podcast “Modern Medicine Movement” where he is known for distilling down the latest medical knowledge and science into easily digestible and actionable steps which can change our lives in the present AND the future. He has the goal of saving 100 million lives by optimizing health and wellness through natural means.CONNECT WITH DR. HEMINGWAY:WebsiteFREE NEWSLETTERPreventable Book!InstagramFacebookON TODAY'S EPISODELife expectancy is going DOWN for the first time7 out of the 10 leading causes of death are PREVENTABLEPrevention > Prescription approach The staggering number of US Americans that have Metabolic Dysfunction"Food is either the best medicine or the slowest poison"Which foods to focus on for optimal healthThe 3 foods to subtract from your diet Why more people are sensitive to wheat and gluten today than in the pastAvoid the 3B foodsThe importance of timing of your mealsIs snacking healthy or not? 74% of US adults are overweight and 60% are obeseWhat actually IS the metabolism?How do you become metabolically flexible?The best litmus test test for knowing if you're metabolic flexibilityGUT HEALTH - what you feed will breedHow what you eat impacts your gut healthHow to feed your gut to cut cravingsWhat to have for breakfast to reduce cravings and feel more full all dayMovement and exercises to do to improve metabolic health and longevityThe importance of sleep to support the glymphatic systemTips for better sleepDigestive strategies to reduce inflammationWhy you shouldn't stress about your stress!STAY IN TOUCH WITH ME:You can find me:On Instagram @daniellehamiltonhealth On Facebook at Danielle Hamilton Health.My website is daniellehamiltonhealth.com (scroll down to sign up for my Newsletter!)Thank you for subscribing, rating, reviewing, sharing and reposting the show! I appreciate each and every one of you! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The All Local, 12pm Update, 2/10/2023
Learning biblical Hebrew can be pretty hard at times, and sometimes you just need the right tools. So I want to share 3 tools for learning biblical Hebrew that for me were life saving. And I think, they may be for you too. These help with Hebrew morphology and vocabulary.
A must-listen episode for every nutrition and health coach, Jen Broxterman joins us and shares her expert knowledge of how to get underneath the habits and lifestyle changes your clients really need to make and into the stories they hold around food and dieting.In this episode:The lifesaving question Jen asked her doctor when faced with terminal cancerHow & why Jen has dedicated her life to nutrition educationSimplify and gamify your approach to get better resultsWhat Jen had to unlearn after almost 20 years as a clinician, university professor and researcher. Clinicians vs. coaches- what's the distinction, who's actually qualified (BONUS EPISODE coming to dive deeper on this topic!)Get more from Jen:Prosper Nutrition Coaching Certification@nutrition_rxGet more from Enlifted Coaches:http://enlifted.me / @enliftedcoachesKimberly: @kimberly.kestingENROLLMENT IS OPEN: Get Enlifted Level 1 CertifiedQuestions about Enlifted Certification? Book a Discovery Call
On today's show, I speak with Dennis Benigno, who is the founder and CEO of Street Cop Training. His law enforcement career began in 2001 at 19 years of age as an NJ Corrections Officer. In 2004, Benigno became a police officer with the US Park Police Dept. in Washington, DC, and in 2005 moved over to the position of a police officer in one of NJ's largest municipalities. He has received multiple awards, including but not limited to Lifesaving, Meritorious Service, Mayor's Award for Excellence in Public Service, Several Letters of Recognition, Leadership awards, and Certificates of Appreciation from several law enforcement organizations.He now leads one of the fastest growing LEO education companies in the country. Dennis is recognized as not only an instructor but as a thought leader and influencer in modern day policing. His outspoken vision of changing law enforcement for the better has struck the hearts of over 150,000 followers on social media platforms alone. He has now partnered with several non-profits and works to provide no cost support to several families.Dennis is also the host of the wildly popular Street Cop Podcast.In today's episode we discuss:· Why he was interested in a law enforcement career. · His first job in law enforcement working in the jail.· Why he left law enforcement.· What he misses the most from his days in uniform on the street.· Dennis starting the Street Cop Training company. · What students should expect from one of his classes. · The future of law enforcement.· His Street Cop Podcast that is currently in the top 2.5 percent of all published podcasts.All of this and more on today's episode of the Cops and Writers podcast.Visit Dennis at his Street Cop website!Check out Field Training (Brew City Blues Book 1)!!Enjoy the Cops and Writer's book series.Please visit the Cops and Writers website.If you have a question for the sarge, hit him up at his email.Join the fun at the Cops and Writers Facebook groupConsider buying me a coffee :-)Do you enjoy gritty, action-packed real-life police dramas to get your fill of blood, heartache, and cop humor, and maybe even a little romance? You've come to the right series! If you're a fan of Hill Street Blues, Southland, or Bosch you're going to love Brew City Blues! Book one, Field Training, and two, Probation, are now live, and book three, Choir Practice, is now on pre-order and will be available for purchase February 10, 2023. Exclusively on Amazon!Support the show
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Peak Mind with Michael Trainer
Prenuvo is an MRI scan that takes an hour and gives you profound insights on your current health, it is one of the most powerful tools I have encountered for optimal health. They can detect over 500 different types of disease including stage 1 cancers. I highly recommend getting a scan! It can change your life! I am not getting paid for this, nor am I paid if you get a scan, however they are graciously offering my community $300 off their scan:Use code "Peak Mind" for $300 off your scan or call and mention Peak Mindhttp://www.prenuvo.com/PEAKMIND