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Holmberg's Morning Sickness
01-24-23 - BR - TUE - Diving To 1000Ft Would Crush Human Lungs - Dennys Isn't Named After A Person - TikTokers Realize They Aren't The Age They Think - Dating Survey On Reddit - New ChatGPT App Lets You Converse w/Historical Figures

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 38:12


Talkhouse Podcast
Ambrose Kenny-Smith (King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard) with Jack Crowther and Elliot O'Reilly (Babe Rainbow)

Talkhouse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 25:48


For our first brand new Talkhouse episode of 2023, we've got a short but great chat with three guys from the rollicking Australian rock scene: Ambrose Kenny-Smith, Jack “Cool Breeze” Crowther, and Elliot “Dr. Love Wisdom” O'Reilly. Yes, they have excellent names, and so do their bands. Kenny-Smith is part of the super-prolific King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, which since coming together in Melbourne in 2010 has released an incredible 23 albums—three of those in October of 2022 alone. The band has built up a manic following along the way, building up a whole universe—people call it the Gizzverse—of characters and sounds that range from extended rock jams to jazz to microtonal exploration. If you're not already familiar, there's no perfect place to start, though last year's Ice, Death, Planets, Lungs, Mushrooms, and Lava is accessible in its own way. In addition to non-stop touring and recording with King Gizz, Kenny-Smith also leads another band, The Murlocs, which put out their sixth album, Rapscallion, just last year as well. To borrow a funny line from Pitchfork, being a King Gizzard fan can feel like a full-time job, but seems like a fun one to me. Check out “Iron Lung” from that album I mentioned above with the really long name. The other two gents in this conversation, Jack Crowther and Elliot O'Reilly, are part of Babe Rainbow, another hardworking Australian band. Though not quite as busy as King Gizzard, Babe Rainbow has managed to release five full lengths in just the last five or so years as well—including one produced by a member of King Gizzard. Theirs is a slightly more focused take on psychedelic rock—no less spacey but a bit more structured. Here's “Inner Space” from their latest album, The Organic Band. In this conversation, these three friendly guys talk about recent flooding in Australia that involved some cat rescuing, as well as fashion, having babies, surfing, and lots more. Enjoy. Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast, and thanks to Ambrose Kenny-Smith, Jack Crowther, and Elliot O'Reilly for chatting. If you liked what you heard, please follow Talkhouse on your favorite podcasting platform, and check out Talkhouse.com for tons of great written pieces and other podcasts in our network. This episode was recorded and produced by Keenan Kush, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range. See you next time! This episode was recorded live at Desert Daze 2022. Special thanks to Desert Daze and to Dad Grass for making this episode possible. 

WE BOUGHT A MIC
The Best Albums of 2022 - Part 2

WE BOUGHT A MIC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 148:44


Here is part 2 of our favorite albums of 2022, with guest Danny Seoane. We cap off another great year in music and count down the top half of our lists with numbers 5 to 1. Visit our website at weboughtamic.net Follow us on social media @weboughtamic Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/hDUSW2b4AF The Lists (Don't read if you want to keep the surprise!) ERNEST Omnium Gatherum - King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard A Light for Attracting Attention - The Smile Renaissance - Beyonce Skinty Fia - Fontaines D.C. Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers - Kendrick Lamar Ramona Park Broke My Heart - Vince Staples SOS - SZA Fear of the Dawn - Jack White We've Been Going About This All Wrong - Sharon van Etten The Overload - Yard Act DANNY Alpha Zulu - Phoenix A Light for Attracting Attention - The Smile Melt My Eyez and See Your Future - Denzel Curry MAHAL - Toro y Moi Ice, Death, Planets, Lungs, Mushrooms, and Lava - King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard Asphalt Meadows - Death Cab for Cutie Life is Yours - Foals The Forever Story - JID NOT TiGHT - DOMi & JD BECK Blue Rev - Alvvays DREW Skinty Fia - Fontaines D.C. Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers - Kendrick Lamar PAINLESS - Nilüfer Yanya Endless Rooms - Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Blue Rev - Alvvays God Save the Animals - Alex G It's Almost Dry - Pusha T Ants From Up There - black country new road CRASH - charli xcx Hellfire - black midi HUNTER It's Almost Dry - Pusha T Hellfire - black midi Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers - Kendrick Lamar Coheed and Cambira - Vaxis act 2 Ramona Park Broke My Heart - Vince Staples The Forever Story - JID Alpha Zulu - Phoenix Ants From Up There - black country new road The unraveling of PUP the band pool kids --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weboughtamic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weboughtamic/support

Sickboy
Lungs Gone Wild: 2 Double Lung Transplants and Cystic Fibrosis

Sickboy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 81:47


In this episode, Jer and Bri sit down with Tara to chat about her wild ride living with cystic fibrosis and undergoing not one, but 2 double lung transplants! Folks... that's 6 lungs in total! But despite the setbacks, Tara has a great sense of humour and shares some funny moments from her journey. She also talks about the importance of therapy and how it has helped her navigate the medical and emotional challenges of living with CF. Tara also shares her thoughts on organ donation and why she thinks it's so important for people to register. And in the midst of all this, she found time to fall in love and get married after her second lung transplant. Join the post-episode conversation over on Discord! https://discord.gg/expeUDN

Sickboy
Lungs Gone Wild: 2 Double Lung Transplants and Cystic Fibrosis

Sickboy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 81:47


In this episode, Jer and Bri sit down with Tara to chat about her wild ride living with cystic fibrosis and undergoing not one, but 2 double lung transplants! Folks... that's 6 lungs in total! But despite the setbacks, Tara has a great sense of humour and shares some funny moments from her journey. She also talks about the importance of therapy and how it has helped her navigate the medical and emotional challenges of living with CF. Tara also shares her thoughts on organ donation and why she thinks it's so important for people to register. And in the midst of all this, she found time to fall in love and get married after her second lung transplant. Join the post-episode conversation over on Discord! https://discord.gg/expeUDN

Researchers Under the Scope
Dr. Darryl Adamko: Little Lungs, Lessons Learned

Researchers Under the Scope

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 24:12


Diagnosing pulmonary diseases ilike asthma in young children is still largely a matter of trial and error, according to Saskatchewan's top pediatric respirologist.   As viruses and colds tear through schools and daycares across North America, Dr. Darryl Adamko wants to change that.   “If you have asthma this year and you're not taking your inhaled steroids, well you're rolling the dice,” said Adamko, who's watched an influx of young patients over the past few months at the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital in Saskatoon.   In children, problems with breathing are the leading cause of hospitalizations.   Undiagnosed asthma and other pulmonary conditions in children mean small patients have a a much tougher fight when they're infected by Covid-19, RSV or influenza.   “You have to be taking those preventative drugs first before the virus finds you,” said Adamko.   That's why he's pinning down biomarkers for pulmonary disease in a familiar tool for family doctors: urine samples.   “We still really don't have a great test for like preschool kids. It's just history for the most part,” he said.   Using mass spectrometry and nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, he and his team have spent more than a decade analyzing urine samples and refining their methodology.   “Now that we've got enough urine samples analyzed that, I think we've got a good signal,” said Adamko.   His research today is aimed at creating a urine test that would give giving family doctors and paediatricians a faster, more efficient way to diagnose pulmonary conditions long before kids arrive at the hospital.   In this episode, he explains why a resurgence of RSV after years of Covid restrictions has hit young patients hard.   “It's really bad for little babies. It loves the smallest little airways,” Adamko said. “This year the problem is we've got a bunch of two-year-olds, and one-year-olds who have never seen these viruses.”

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans
Amazin' Avenue Audio (The Show), Episode 121: Correa Madness and the Music of 2022

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 58:11


Welcome to Amazin' Avenue Audio (The Show), the new/old favorite from Amazin' Avenue editors Chris McShane and Brian Salvatore. When we last spoke, the Mets had just signed Carlos Correa. Except...that still isn't official. Brian and Chris dig into the latest on Correa and the Mets' relative silence elsewhere since before the holidays. And then, as is annual tradition, Chris and Brian highlight five of their favorite records from 2022. Chris's Music Picks: Kevin Morby - This is a Photograph King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard - Ice, Death, Planet, Lungs, Mushroom, and Lava Psychedelic Porn Crumpets - Night Gnomes Kikagaku Moyo - Kumoyo Island Ty Segall - Hello, Hi Brian's Music Picks: The Bad Plus - The Bad Plus PLOSIVS - PLOSIVS Panda Bear and Sonic Boom - Reset Steve Lacy - Gemini Rights Tony Molina - In the Fade You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen wherever you get podcasts. If you've got questions that you'd like us to discuss on the air, email the show at aaaudiopodcast@gmail.com Make sure to follow the site on Twitter (@AmazinAvenue), as Brian (@BrianNeedsaNap). and Chris (@ChrisMcShane). And, until next time, Let's Go Mets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Very Wise Alternatives
Bread Tabs, Lungs, Birth Canal and Breastfeeding

Very Wise Alternatives

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 23:53


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Your Health
Your Health 1.3.23

Your Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 0:46


With cannibis being legal and extremely popular research will rise of the damage smoking cannibis can do. 

Blind Abilities
FocusOnFitness: Walking – A Good cardio and Aerobic Exercise That Helps the Large Muscles, the Heart and Lungs. Episode #3 of 7 in this FocusOnFitness Series

Blind Abilities

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 15:06


FocusOnFitness is a series of basic exercises you can do in your house, in the dorm or during a short break. Using the natural surrounding without having to find the right equipment, the best gym or the perfect time to do a little workout. Focus on Fitness is all about doing it when you can and hey, why not? Maria Johnson, aka Girl Gone Blind, joins Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities Studio to Focus on Fitness and how you can incorporate little nuggets of exercise without throwing your schedule off and being able to work out within your own time and space. In episode #3 of 7, of the Focus on Fitness series, Maria and Jeff talk to  us about Walking. Whether using a guide with a tether or on the treadmill, walking is one of the best exercises available. Making a walking routine part of your weekly schedule is one of the best choices one can make when it comes to your heart, your lungs and it can really be a good time to converse and even take in a good audio book. That is, if you are on a treadmill.   Check out all of the  Focus on Fitness episodes and if you have any suggestions or comments, feel free to let us know. You can find Maria on Twitter @Girl_Gone_Blind and follow her blog on the web at GirlGoneBlind.com.. You can find Jeff on Twitter @KnownAsJeff and check out more podcasts with a Blindness perspective on the web at www.BlindAbilities.com.   Core exercises: Why you should strengthen your core muscles You know core exercises are good for you — but do you include core exercises in your fitness routine? Here's why you should. By Mayo Clinic    And remember: Consult a physician before performing this or any exercise program. This is especially important if you or your family have a history of high blood pressure, heart disease or diabetes. It is your responsibility to evaluate your own medical and physical condition, and to determine whether to perform or adapt any of the exercises  in this Focus on Fitness episode. The use of any information provided on this site is solely at your own risk. If you start to feel any pain or discomfort while exercising, stop immediately  and contact your doctor or health care professional.   Thanks for listening! Episode Web Site we would love to hear from you! Send us an email at info@BlindAbilities.com or give us a call and leave us some feedback at 612-367-6093

Health Fusion
Can extreme cold damage your lungs? Get answers from an expert who studies the lungs of winter athletes

Health Fusion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 12:17


When arctic blasts cause temperatures to plummet, stepping outside can be dangerous. Frost bite can set in quickly. And if you've ever taken a deep breath in extreme cold, you know that it feels as if your lungs are freezing too. In this Health Fusion episode, Viv Williams talks to a researcher from Canada who studies what intensely cold air could do to athlete's (or anyone's) lungs.

Oil and Gas Digital Doers Podcast
Understanding Our Oceans – AKA “Earth's Heart and Lungs” Ep080

Oil and Gas Digital Doers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 39:53


In this episode Ken Childress , Chief Strategy Officer, tells our host, JoAnn Meyer how TerraDepth is supporting the fast growing ~ $2 Trillion annual Blue Economy. Their autonomous underwater vehicles are mapping the ocean floor and their browser-accessible ocean data management platform is enabling 3-D visualization of the last unexplored area on our planet. Ken talks about how they support the energy sector - both oil and gas and renewables. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ken-childress-ba8b4a5/ https://www.terradepth.com/ This episode is made possible by Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. Click here to take it one question survey and receive OGGN hardhat/laptop stickers Enjoying the show? Leave me a review here Brought to you on the Oil and Gas Global Network, the largest and most listened-to podcast network for the oil and energy industry. More from OGGN ... Podcasts LinkedIn Group LinkedIn Company Page Get notified about industry events

Reel Notes w/ CineMasai
S2 Episode 44: Lungs/Lonesword x Phiik

Reel Notes w/ CineMasai

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 118:27


My guests this week are New York rapper-producers Lungs and Phiik. We spoke about NBA Street, Ghost in the Shell, transhumanism, The Digimon Movie, growing up on Long Island, how they joined up with East Grip, their working relationship, how movies inspire Lungs's beats as LoneSword, the creative process behind their Another Planet series, Phiik's latest album Chainlink, and their now infamous appearance on Top Shelf Premium's Off Top freestyle series.Phiik and producer Duro's Chainlink is available wherever music is sold, streamed, or stolen. Consider copping from his Bandcamp. The second and third volumes of the Another Planet series are on vinyl for the first time. Consider grabbing a copy here. Follow Phiik on Instagram and Twitter: @phiik_Follow Lungs/Lonesword on Instagram and Twitter: @big_dead_lung  Follow me on Instagram (@cinemasai), Twitter (@CineMasai_), TikTok (@cinemasai), and Letterboxd (@CineMasai)  Support the show

EpochTV
NTD Good Morning (Dec. 27): Southwest Airlines Cancellation Chaos; ‘White Lungs' Reappear in China COVID Cases

EpochTV

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 26:20


Southwest Airlines canceled close to 3,000 flights on Dec. 26. Find out what travelers have to say about it as they try to navigate the cancellation chaos. Reports from Chinese hospitals are raising an unexpected concern. Is Omicron to blame for the virus surge? Or is there a sub-variant spreading throughout the country? Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and Maricopa County want Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake to pay—and they're asking an Arizona court to make that happen. They are seeking sanctions for Lake on account of her lawsuit against them. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV

Curiosity Daily
Re-release: A Pill Made from Poop, Universal Organs, Soothing Baby Pain

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 15:35


Today, you'll learn about an interesting way pills made from poop could help millions of people with allergies, how researchers edited the contents of a pair of donor lungs to better match the recipient, and how pain can affect a baby's development and what parents can do about it.Peanut allergies are being treated in an…interesting new way. "Fecal transplant pills helped some peanut allergy sufferers in a small trial” byhttps://www.sciencenews.org/article/fecal-transplant-pills-peanut-allergy-clinical-trial-poop-bacteria“Good early results with fecal microbiota therapy for peanut-allergic patients” by Bethany Tripp / Boston Children's Hospitalhttps://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/944014“Fecal matter pills used to treat peanut allergies in Boston study” by Heather Hegedushttps://www.boston25news.com/news/fecal-matter-pills-used-to-treat-peanut-allergies-in-boston-study/875577919/“Fecal Microbiota Transplant: We Know Its History, but Can We Predict Its Future?” by Todd H. Baron, MD (Mayo Clinic Proceedings)https://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(13)00481-3/fulltextPeanut allergy facts - NIHhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10200001/Lungs can now be edited for a better organ donor match. "Researchers Want to Create 'Universal Donor' Lungs” by Sara Harrisonhttps://www.wired.com/story/researchers-want-to-create-universal-donor-lungs/“Creating 'universal' transplant organs: New study moves us one step closer.” by Nicoletta Lanesehttps://www.livescience.com/universal-blood-type-transplant-lungs-study"Scientists Say They've Found a Way to Create Universal Donor Lungs" by Ed Carahttps://gizmodo.com/universal-donor-lungs-research-1848548951“Researchers Investigate How to Make Donated Organs Compatible With Any Blood Type” by Meagan Drillingerhttps://www.healthline.com/health-news/researchers-investigate-how-to-make-donated-organs-compatible-with-any-blood-type“In medical first, kidneys from gene-edited pig implanted into brain-dead patient” by Elizabeth Chuckhttps://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/kidneys-gene-edited-pig-implanted-brain-dead-patient-rcna12928Pain isn't just physically bad for babies - it can stunt their development. Here's how doctors are treating it. "Doctors learned how to save premature infants' lives. They forgot about pain." by Brian Resnickhttps://www.vox.com/science-and-health/22949159/nicu-babies-pain-treatments-podcast-unexplainable“Skin-to-skin contact with a parent may reduce newborn babies' brain response to pain” by Jason Goodyerhttps://www.sciencefocus.com/news/skin-to-skin-contact-with-a-parent-may-reduce-newborn-babies-brain-response-to-pain/"What parents need to know about pain in newborns" by Claire McCarthy, MDhttps://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/what-parents-need-to-know-about-pain-in-newborns-201601269076“Miracle baby finally leaves NICU after 460 days” by Harper Robinsonhttps://fox8.com/news/miracle-baby-finally-leaves-nicu-after-460-days/Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/re-release-a-pill-made-from-poop-universal-organs-soothing-baby-pain

Brew with the Bennetts
Episode #49 - Vomitgate, Harry and Megs, Big lungs and much much more!

Brew with the Bennetts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 97:13


On this weeks jam packed pod! VomitgateChristmas gigsIce Ice BabyLateHarry and MeganCar park rageScott's wobbly legsParent and child spacehand swearssoup kitchen Jemmamethod acting Big LungsGet in touch, comment, tell your friends, drop us a line at bwtbpod@gmail.com Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Nectar of the Heart Podcast
Transition Into Metal / Fall Season with Acupuncturist Claire Wigglesworth

Nectar of the Heart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 71:44


On Episode 7: Claire Wigglesworth, acupuncturist and dear friend, returns to discuss the transition into the Fall or Autumn Season (Metal Season) from the perspective of Chinese Medicine and the 5 Elements. This is part 4 of a 5-part series where we compare the similarities between Astrology and Acupuncture. Claire shares the wisdom of how this season shows up in our minds, bodies and spirits, as well as tips for how to work with this energy. Justin brings in various astrological and elemental ideas to compare with the 5 element perspective. Topics discussed:The Sheng cycle and the 5 Elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, WaterThe beauty of witnessing slow changes within the fall seasonAllowing our energy to shift from yang to yin & gathering resources for the Winter/Water seasonThe dynamic relationship between yin and yang; and how it's not a binary, but rather relates to the expansiveness and the interconnectedness of all sides of the binaryThe Lung and Large Intestine channels and their relation to Metal element - organs that help us filter our outer-world experience and distill down what we need to keep & release what's not oursTrees as the Lungs of the Earth and anchors of yin energy. Deforestation as a yin deficiency in the Earth's lungs. Living in a society that doesn't value grief, and ignores or resists death.Tips for maintaining health in the colder months: protecting your inner heat, protecting from outside invadersComparing Libra and Scorpio archetypes to what the Metal element represents, as well as the remaining astrology of 2022.& much more!Links:Claire's InstagramClaire's WebsiteJustin's InstagramJustin's WebsiteBook a Reading with JustinResources:Snowflake by Tor ProjectHate Is a Virus – #HATEISAVIRUS

One Radio Network
12.12.22 Brandon

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 110:06


Brandon Amalani The Five Elements of Life and How Shen Blossom Products Are Used for Healing with Brandon Amalani We talk about dampness in the lungs this time of the year and how to balance it out Adrenals and the elements of Fire and water How fermentation is used in Brandon's Chinese Medicine Formula's His lineage and teachers are more from the Japanese energy than Chinese Seaweeds critical for thyroid function Easy to make Miso Soup with Seaweed for breakfast The Gallbladder/Liver axis with the Vegas Nerve connection Goats milk more hydrating and digestible than cow's milk Brandon uses culinary herbs in his formulas too Exceptionally old Ginseng is magical Shen Blossom has Sesame Oil that is incomparable in its taste and quality. Lungs and the element Metal are tied together.

Likutei Moharan
Torah 267: Shavuot Heals the Lungs; Torah 268: The Purpose of Everything; Torah 269: The Abode of the Tzadik; Torah 270: Holy Inspiration; Torah 271: Holy Boldness

Likutei Moharan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 15:23


Torah 267: Rabeinu explains why Shavuot heals a person's lungs.Torah 268: “When a person isn't focusing on his true purpose, why should he live?!” Rabeinu teaches us that when we don't do the Will of G-d, our soul longs to attach itself to its Creator and therefore separates itself from our body, making us sick. Rabeinu then teaches us why we get healed through medicine…Torah 269: The abode of the Tzadik is an indication of the generation's actions.Torah 270: Just as one receives inspiration from his friend when he sees that his friend is praying with great awakening and a broken heart, so too one can derive inspiration within himself. Torah 271: Rabeinu teaches us that in order to truly draw close to a teacher, and to G-d of course, one must have holy boldness…

GEORGE FOX TALKS
How To Sleep Better: Tips for a Good Night's Rest | BODY

GEORGE FOX TALKS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 31:53


There's one thing that affects almost everything about your day: how much and what quality of sleep did you get last night? Did you know your sleep is closely related to the breathing habits your body has developed? Jaydee and Kim dig into that relationship and offer a series of breathing exercises and "sleep hygiene" tips to help you get your best rest.Jaydee is a physical therapist with expertise in orthopedics, health and wellness, and nutrition.Kim teaches physical therapy and has nearly thirty years of experience practicing in the field.If you enjoy listening to the George Fox Talks podcast and would like to watch, too, check out our channel on YouTube! We also have a web page that features all of our podcasts, a sign-up for our weekly email update, and publications from the George Fox University community.

Sabayan with Victor
#192: Laban Lungs - with Sherwin Buenvenida

Sabayan with Victor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 77:38


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BeSimply
BeSimply...Fall Mushroom + Kale Soup {Mind You + Food}

BeSimply

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 24:42


“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” HippocratesFall Seasonal Focus: More Fall Soups, Acupressure, Nourishing the mind, body, heart and soul. Cultivating Joy.Seasonal food conversations with a deep passion to serve your well being and the well being of others.“The leaves are changing; I feel poetry in the air.” — Laura JaworskiMind You + Food Consult bit.ly/3UUjfeq.comRecipes will be posted this week on my website. Mushroom + Kale Soup and Oven Roasted PotatoesFall Ayurveda + Chinese Acupressure. Take a small amount of your favorite clean oil and start at the web of your hand between the thumb and pointer finger. Massage the entire hand after applying pressure to this region on both hands.For the additional recipes mentioned in this show e-mail s@suzannetoro.com in Subject: Mushroom Kale Soup & Potatoes Recipes Please…Mind You + Food Consult  Seasonal Reboot(available worldwide):21 Days SelfLove Reboot Custom Fall Shed, Nourish + Reboot(Available worldwide and will be matched to the season you are in)Weekly Classes + Programs Mind You + Food Art of Living and Dying  Well Being + Love SupportSol+Luna Cycle 'Well Being + Love" 8 Limbs Yoga Session: Bare Naked Bliss Gift Bundle...Learn how to love from within, remember bliss and serve your highest calling. Humanity and Earth Align+Focused Offerings Superfeast Fall Recommendations: Lion's Maine, Chaga, Ashwagandha, & Mason's Mushrooms Living Tea KindSpringFormula Flawless  ZinZino Balance Oil Way of Water Production brought to you by OmToro Wellness + Media

Veterans Corner Radio
The PACT Act may effect every service member who has served since the begining of the Vietnam War. Don't over look what it might do for vertarans and their families.

Veterans Corner Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 15:00


Ken Smith, Assistant Deputy Secretary for VA Field Operations brings you another unbundling of the new PACT program. PACT is a mammoth piece of legislation that endeavors to right some wrongs of the past. It provides additional opportunities for veterans to get help with claims for a multitude of maladies contracted during or injuries that happened going back to Vietnam and coming forward to Afghanistan. Like any piece of legislation, it pleases some and depresses others, but before making a judgment listen in and hear this discussion. Our library of shows can be found at www.veteranscornerradio.comJoin us on Facebook at the page Veterans Corner RadioYou can contact our host William (Bill) Hodges at bill@billhodges.com

You Start Today with Dr. Lee Warren | Weekly Prescriptions to Become Healthier, Feel Better, and Be Happier.

Does your life feel dry and empty?Here's a quiet time about how you can learn to be about 10% happier by using only neuroscience, or infinitely happier by letting the Holy Spirit fill your lungs with new life. Book mentioned: Help is Here by Max Lucado. This is one of the best books I've ever read, and is certainly the best explanation of the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives that I've ever read. It's definitely in my Top 5 for 2022, but I think it's in my Top 10 All Time too.Scripture: Ezekiel 34, John 6:63, II Corinthians 3:6Music by Matt Redman(Music shared on The Dr. Lee Warren Podcast is authorized under BMI license #61063253 and ASCAP license #400010513 ) This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit drleewarren.substack.com/subscribe

Sleep Insomnia Hypnosis - Jason Newland
(2022 RECAP) #14 ”Ask your Lungs” (STOP SMOKING)

Sleep Insomnia Hypnosis - Jason Newland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 589:22


(2022 RECAP) #14 ”Ask your Lungs” (STOP SMOKING)

Relaxation Hypnosis for Stress, Anxiety
(2022 RECAP) #14 ”Ask your Lungs” (STOP SMOKING)

Relaxation Hypnosis for Stress, Anxiety

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 589:22


(2022 RECAP) #14 ”Ask your Lungs” (STOP SMOKING)

Jason Newland - FREE Hypnosis Service
(2022 RECAP) #14 ”Ask your Lungs” (STOP SMOKING)

Jason Newland - FREE Hypnosis Service

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 589:22


(2022 RECAP) #14 ”Ask your Lungs” (STOP SMOKING)

Hypnosis for Sleeping Deeply
(2022 RECAP) #14 ”Ask your Lungs” (STOP SMOKING)

Hypnosis for Sleeping Deeply

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 589:22


(2022 RECAP) #14 ”Ask your Lungs” (STOP SMOKING)

What's Wrong With: The Podcast
How Buildings Become the Lungs of Cities ft. Adan Ramirez Sanchez

What's Wrong With: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 41:32


Follow Greenfluidics on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook!Follow Adan Ramirez Sanchez on LinkedIn, and Instagram!Follow us on Instagram and on Twitter!Created by SOUR, this podcast is part of the studio's "Future of X,Y,Z" research, where the collaborative discussion outcomes serve as the base for the futuristic concepts built in line with the studio's mission of solving urban, social and environmental problems through intelligent designs.Make sure to visit our website - podcast.whatswrongwith.xyz- and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts so you never miss an episode. If you found value in this show, we would appreciate it if you could head over to iTunes to rate and leave a review – or you can simply tell your friends about the show!Don't forget to join us next week for another episode. Thank you for listening!

The Original Guide To Men's Health
Episode 58: Common Pulmonary(Lung)Conditions, Pulmonary Health and How to Maintain Healthy Lungs

The Original Guide To Men's Health

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 53:18


Please join and listen to this wonderful review of common conditions affecting the lungs. Dr Schwartz provides us with information regarding how today's air quality affects developing lungs in children, how it affects those of us who are adults and may or may not have underlying pulmonary issues.  We review the most common pulmonary concerns, advances in therapy and how to maintain good pulmonary health.  Dr Schwartz shares some very recent information on the genetics associated with one of the more common pulmonary diseases, Pulmonary Fibrosis. Guest:   Guest Dr. David Schwartz, MD Distinguished Professor of Medicine and Immunology in the Division of Pulmonary Sciences & Critical Care at the University of Colorado   Immediate Past Chair of Medicine The University of Colorado School of Medicine, Director Center for Genes, Environment & Health, National Jewish Health, and previous Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at the National Institutes of Health.  During This Episode We Discuss:   A review of how the lungs function The role of the Pulmonary specialist How the lungs interact with the environment A review of common lung conditions and diseases  What is COPD  Asthma Bronchitis Emphysema   Sarcoidosis Pulmonary Fibrosis Pulmonary Cancers and Detection Pulmonary Infections Smoking and Smoking related pulmonary diseases   Chronic Cough   When should you be seen by a Pulmonary specialist (Pulmonologist) Current research and understanding of the role of the environment and the above conditions, diseases Genetic determinants of pulmonary disease How to maintain good pulmonary health Quotes (Tweetables):   ‘The Environment that we are faced with really is interesting because it forces the lungs to adapt and re adapt to a changing and dynamic environment'                                                                                                      Dr Schwartz   If you smoke less than 10 cigarettes per day, your not addicted to Nicotine                                                                                                       Dr Schwartz Recommended Resources:   Pulmonary Fibrosis:   Google NIH, find National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Pulmonary Fibrosis rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/8609/idiopathic-pulmonary-fibrosis/   The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation www.pulmonaryfibrosis.org   Dr David Schwartz University of Colorado School of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary Sciences Pulmonary Disease WW.NIH.GOV Select: Health Information: Pulmonary Disease   Your Primary Care Physician ( Family Medicine or Internal Medicine Physician )

Intelligent Design the Future
Your Designed Respiratory System: Causal Circularities and Irreducible Complexities

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 15:23


On this ID the Future, Your Designed Body author and physician Howard Glicksman again sits down with host and professor of neurosurgery Michael Egnor to further explore Glicksman's new book, co-authored with engineer Steve Laufmann. Here Glicksman gives a quick flyover of what they explore in fascinating depth in the book, namely the irreducible complexity of that extraordinary systems of systems that is the human respiratory system. As Glicksman explains, there are individual systems that are irreducibly complex, and these are joined together into a higher-level system of systems that is also irreducibly complex, marked by causal circularities and coherent interdependencies at every turn. Without all of it guided by various highly precise control mechanisms, no life. Darwinian gradualism is Read More › Source

The Knowledge by Wahoo
Riding at Altitude Part 1 - What to Expect and How to Manage

The Knowledge by Wahoo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 25:54


 Live High and Train Low? In this episode hosts Dr. Jinger Gottschall and Mac Cassin dive into the basics of altitude. The Definition, long-term and short-term responses, submaximal and maximum intensities. And then finally, a few strategies for training. From Sea Level to the Death Zone we help you understand Altitude in order to train and race effectively. Enjoy it! It's Nice! 

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
Vape Makes Lungs Like Autumn Leaves

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 17:47


Jacqui tells Pj that vaping dropped her oxygen levels and she picked up an infection in both her lungs while Dr. Sherif Sultan says e cigs are “the disaster of the century”. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mission Accepted plus GenZ is us
EP 166: Health Drop #3 with Ramin Rasavar - Water

Mission Accepted plus GenZ is us

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 25:50


More than 60% of your body is water. Every part of your body needs water. Lungs, kidneys, muscles, blood, your heart, and brain all depend on water to function at their peak. Your skin and bones need hydrating too; they are more than 60% and 30% water respectively. If you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated. Get in the habit of drinking regularly, before you feel the urge! Expert trainer Ramin Rasavar shares tips, clever analogies, and easy steps anyone can incorporate. He has Accepted the Mission of preparing Deb and Corrine for their upcoming “They Did It Tour – Two Women Walking & Rocking” their way across Ireland in the summer of 2024! Behind the excitement of this HUGE undertaking is necessary TRAINING, and with that has come education! Ramin and Deborah are here to share this wealth of knowledge in bite-sized offerings. Your body WILL thank you.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ramin.rasavarWebsites: https://www.mobilegym.ca/Contact: ramin@mobilegym.ca

Jillian Greyse - The Spirit That Is You
Knowledge is POWER when two sides go to WAR/ This week AstroloCAST DEC 2-8

Jillian Greyse - The Spirit That Is You

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 9:53


CLICK HERE to Watch this week's AstroloCAST #brucelipton #astrology #astrololife #astrologypodcast Join the next AstroloCLASS- Become a Sharing light Tier Family member and gain FREE accesshttps://www.patreon.com/JillianGreyseLink to AstroloStar Salutationhttps://www.udemy.com/course/astroloyoga-starsalutation/?referralCode=02A9073438D0191AC28BLink to Bruce Lipton's amazing Quotehttps://www.instagram.com/p/Clj5_S_ySJt/2nd and 3rd Aries – Head – 3rd chakra4th,5th and 6th Taurus – Throat – 4th chakra7th and 8th Gemini * Full moon – Lungs – 5th chakraWe move up the ladder until we reach the throat. Passing through the anger and doubt to gain passage to the heart to and acces the first of the three higher chakras, the throat. This week's theme to harness this energy is ALL about calming the anger and the self-abuse enough to let the heart expand. Why is this important? Awareness of your emotions and the understanding that they are not all self-contained is important. It is a scientific fact that we are beings of energy and the molecules of your body originated from stardust This is not debatable. It is fact. You have electricity in your body and all of the molecules that make up who you are were sent down from space when supernovas and massive explosions of energy between stars occurred. Many famous Scientists are beginning to showcase the information that if we are made of stars and energy then we most certainly have a connection to them constantly flowing through us. This is called Astro Physiology as one of the Greatest scientists of our time, Bruce Lipton, recently stated.  Therefore, what if you can align with that energy signal before it hits? Avoid it “sneaking up on you”. That is why in this video I cover the emotional and physical warning signs you might be feeling as this alignment happens and give you all the tools you need to work through and attune to the spirit that is you.#gemini, #Gateway, #Aries, #Taurus, #Heart, #Love, #GreifFor More go to https://www.youtube.com/JillianGreyse For More, subscribe to our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/JillianGreyse

Afternoons with Helen Farmer
Am I a shopaholic?

Afternoons with Helen Farmer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 61:08


29 November 2022: We ask Dr Thoiraya how to tell if someone has a shopping addiction.Dr Syed from Kings College is answering your questions on asthmaAlex from House of Social is giving her top tips for small businessesAnd how important is postpartum care.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Next Movement
Below The Heavens (feat. phiik)

The Next Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 71:24


phiik, one of several enigmatic spitters in the New York based Tase Grip collective, joins us to talk about his latest offering called "CHAINLINK", his project from earlier this year with Lungs and Cise Greeny called "WHERE ARE THE BUGS!?" and last years "THAT WAS A TEST" with S!lence. Then we discuss phiik's album pick for this episode - "Below The Heavens" from Blu and Exile. Døøf, Lungs, S!lence, iblss, and Cise Greeny were all in the room with phiik during this interview and a few of them make cameo appearances, making this a super fun episode. You can find "CHAINLINK" here: phiik.bandcamp.com/album/chainlink You can find "WHERE ARE THE BUGS!?" here: 7deadlung7.bandcamp.com/album/where-are-the-bugs And you can find "THAT WAS A TEST" here: phiik.bandcamp.com/album/that-was-a-test

Strength Changes Everything
Running Isn't the Only Way To Train Your Heart and Lungs

Strength Changes Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 19:24


Join us for this replay from the archives to learn more about your energy systems and how effective strength training is in how they work...   Brian recently had a friend come into the Exercise Coach and he was shocked to find how quickly his heart rate went up after only 60 seconds of properly calibrated strength training exercise, despite being an avid runner. Discover how the three energy systems of the body work, and why high-intensity strength training is definitively the best way to renovate your muscles, heart, and lungs at the same time and combat type 2 diabetes and the most common age-related diseases people suffer from today.  Brian had the opportunity to introduce a friend to the program at the Exercise Coach recently who was an avid runner, and he was quickly surprised at how effectively the program got his heart rate up despite his extensive cardiovascular training. Your heart and your lungs are pumps that respond to the demands being placed on your muscles at any given moment. Aerobic exercise is usually associated with a high heart rate, but that's not the only time the aerobic energy system is engaged. In relative terms, the most aerobic thing you can do is sit and do nothing. There are three energy-producing systems in the body, and the aerobic oxidative system uses oxygen to produce energy. When we sit and do nothing, the aerobic oxidative system produces nearly 100% of the energy the body needs! When we start to do something more demanding, energy production shifts to become more anaerobic which is why strength training drives that sort of increased heart rate response. The more demand on the muscles, the greater the cardiovascular response. Many new clients have never experienced that kind of workout before getting started with the Exercise Coach. Strength training is the best kind of exercise you can do for diabetes. Out-of-control blood sugar leads to out-of-control inflammation, which is the root cause of all the major diseases associated with aging. As we age and lose muscle, our body becomes resistant to the effects of the hormone insulin. Insulin is a storage hormone that removes glucose from the bloodstream and insulin resistance becomes a real problem. Without being able to remove blood sugar from the bloodstream, due to our muscles diminishing over time, our insulin levels rise and that causes problems in addition to the issues caused by elevated blood sugar. The Strength Training at the Exercise Coach targets muscles that store sugar as glycogen. It renovates your body's ability to store glycogen and reverses insulin resistance. This puts the body into a much better metabolic state and makes it easier to lose weight and transform your health. Stronger muscles equal stronger health. Type 2 muscle fibers are only used when they encounter demands that are greater than usual. Taking a walk or jogging won't activate the type 2 muscle fibers in your body but strength training will. Your muscles get better at storing the glycogen they need to perform the demanding work required for strength training. That type of work needs the heart and lungs to increase their output to support what is happening metabolically. When you feel like you're breathing hard after an intense exertion, that indicates that you're doing the kind of work needed to renovate your type 2 muscle fibers. Strength training and whole food nutrition are the best things you can do to ward off the risks of type 2 diabetes and other age related diseases. Runners often find that there is missing muscle mass in their body when they go to the Exercise Coach and that the program allows them to perform at an even higher level.     Link: exercisecoach.com     This podcast and blog are provided to you for entertainment and informational purposes only. By accessing either, you agree that neither constitute medical advice nor should they be substituted for professional medical advice or care. Use of this podcast or blog to treat any medical condition is strictly prohibited. Consult your physician for any medical condition you may be having. In no event will any podcast or blog hosts, guests, or contributors, Exercise Coach USA, LLC, Gymbot LLC, any subsidiaries or affiliates of same, or any of their respective directors, officers, employees, or agents, be responsible for any injury, loss, or damage to you or others due to any podcast or blog content.

What God is Not
Breathing with Both Lungs

What God is Not

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 64:19


We're so excited to have been invited by FOCUS to record an episode ahead of SEEK23! On today's episode, Mother Natalia walks through St. John Paul II's apostolic letter, Orientale Lumen, The Light of the East. This apostolic letter is responsible for the foundation of Christ the Bridegroom monastery, Mother Natalia's community, so it's near and dear to her heart. We talk about the beauty and diversity of the Eastern churches, the ultimate end-goal of unity in the churches, and the differences in worship and understanding of theology between the Eastern and Western churches. We also talk about monasticism, and St. John Paul II's call for Eastern monasticism to flourish in the diaspora, including the United States, and how that call ultimately led to the founding of Christ the Bridegroom monastery.References:Orientale LumenFollow and Contact Us!Follow us on Instagram and FacebookWe're on YouTube!Join our Goodreads GroupFr. Michael's TwitterChrist the Bridegroom MonasteryOur WebsiteOur NonprofitSupport the show

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
Study that shows smoking marijuana may be more harmful to lungs than cigarettes

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 11:48


Guest: Dr Richard van Zyl-Smit joins John from the UCT Lung Institute and The Division of Pulmonology at the University of Cape Town to discuss a study that found that smoking marijuana may be more harmful than people realize.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Seventh Row podcast
Highlights from the fall film film festivals (Excerpt)

Seventh Row podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 19:53


This is an excerpt of a members only episode. To listen to the full episode, become a member at http://seventh-row.com/join Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney and Executive Editor Orla Smith discuss the highlights of the fall film festival circuit, the new and troubling dominance of Netflix (and other streamers') films, and exciting (or not-so-exciting) first features. We discuss favourites like The Eternal Daughter, Saint Omer, Other People's Children — many of which will get a full-length episode of their own in the coming months. We also discuss some of the biggest disappointments. Orla shares her experience at the London Film Festival. Alex shares her experience attending the Toronto International Film Festival. Follow Seventh Row on Twitter and Instagram @SeventhRow. Follow Alex Heeney @bwestcineaste and Orla Smith @orlamango on Twitter.  On this episode excerpt: 00:00-5:24 - Intro to the episode and the festivals we've covered 5:24-18:55 Rebecca Zlotowski's Other People's Children and a new film grammar for women as multitaskers in Other People's Children, Mia Hansen-Løve's One Fine Morning, and Joanna Hogg's The Eternal Daughter  FREE EXCERPT ENDS HERE Become a member to listen to the rest o the discussion, which includes: 18:55-20:55 How many films we saw, and some of the downsides 20:55-25:45 Orla's favourites including Laura Poitras's All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Lucien Castaing-Taylor and  Verena Paravel's De Humani Corporis Fabrica, Jamie Dack's Palm Trees and Power Lines 25:45-31:14 Alex favourites including Alice Winocour's Paris Memories and Darlene Naponse's Stellar 31:14-50:34 The dominance of Netflix and streamers, Matthew Warchus's Matilda, Causeway 50:34-56:50 The festival circuit: great festival films from earlier this year that disappeared (My Small Land, Lullaby, 32 Sounds), screened only at local festivals (Nelly and Nadine, Framing Agnes) and films that keep coming back. We also discuss the London Film Festival's problematic approach to programming and why we love the Berlinale's programming. 56:50-1:00:24 The lack of live cinema experiences at festivals (like 32 Sounds) in a year when we are being forced to return to cinemas for festivals. 1:00:24-1:05:50 Directors' first features, Charlotte Wells's Aftersun, the rise of Paul Mescal, Georgia Oakley's Blue Jean 1:05:50-1:16:15 Depressing trends in British cinema and the British film industry and how that relates to the country's funding practices. We also draw comparisons to the Canadian film industry. Why is it so hard to get a second feature made? And why do first features have to conform so much to industry standards? We discuss Francis Lee's films, Hope Dickson Leach's film, and several Canadian filmmakers. 1:16:15-1:25:29 Thinking about National Cinema at film festivals, especially Canadian cinema and British cinema 1:25:29-1:31:36 Plan 75, Palm Trees and Power Lines, and other great under-seen first features that keep screening everywhere 1:31:36 Sign offs and related episodes Related episodes Women at Cannes Season: Listen to our five-episode 2022 season on the history of Women directors at the Cannes Film Festival. We highlight some of the best films by women and women filmmakers to screen at the festival. We also discuss the festival's ongoing poor track record of programming films directed by women. Ep. 125: Berlinale 2022: On this omnibus episode, we discuss the highlights of the Berlin Film Festival screening in the festival's under-discussed and under-appreciated (but excellently programmed) sidebars. Ep. 109: TIFF 2021 Part 1: In last year's counterpart to this episode, we discussed the highlights of the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), including Terence Davies's Benediction and Joachim Trier's The Worst Person in the World Ep. 111: TIFF 2021 Part 2: Continuing our discussion on the fall film festivals in 2021, with a focus on TIFF, we discussed Power of the Dog, Ali & Ava, and more highlights from TIFF. Ep. 49: Split screen storytelling in Lungs and Conversations with Other Women: Listen to our episode on Matilda director Matthew Warchus's fantastic live-recorded theatre production of Lungs, (Members only) Ep 60: Old Vic In Camera Productions: Three Kings and Faith Healer: Listen to our podcast on Matthew Warchus's two follow-up live-broadcasted productions of Three Kings and Faith Healer (Members only) Show Notes Read all of our TIFF 2022 coverage Read all of our film festival coverage from this fall here Read Alex Heeney's review of Matilda: The Musical on stage Read Alex Heeney's review of Stellar Read Alex Heeney's review of Eo Read our review of Matilda director Matthew Warchus's Pride Read Alex Heeney's review of Palm Trees and Power Lines Read Alex Heeney's interview with Sam Green on his live documentary 32 Sounds Read Alex Heeney on Canadian immigration stories at TIFF 2022.

Scratch a Track: Presented by The Dude and Grimm Show
King Gizzard: Ice, Death, Planets, Lungs, Mushrooms, and Lava Album Review

Scratch a Track: Presented by The Dude and Grimm Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 12:32


Today we are reviewing Ice, Death, Planets, Lungs, Mushrooms, and Lava by King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. This is the first of three album releases in the month of October.

Jeff Vs The World
"Burnt Brisket Lungs" (Constantine 2005) Hood Classics #151

Jeff Vs The World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 197:45


Me and Shahid are back with episode #151 of Hood Classics...2005 Constantine!!!! Twitter    @jeffvstheworld - Jeff    @philly_drugs - Shahid --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeffvstheworld/support

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
How Does COVID-19 Damage the Lungs?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 23:39


Jeyan Jeganathan talks to Queen's University professors Dr. Stephen Archer and Dr. Gerald Evans about new research into how SARS-CoV-2 worsens COVID-19 pneumonia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The eLife Podcast
Babies cry in utero, and pushing preprints

The eLife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 33:01


This month, what ultrasound scans are revealing about how primates learn to cry before birth, the new imaging technique highlighting brain structural changes linked to speech and language impairments, why eLife is breaking the publishing mould to prioritise the preprint in future, and how evolution turn a single lung into a pair... Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Naked Scientists website

Elder Health Connection
Aging Heart and Lungs

Elder Health Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 27:10


Join Caroline for Part 4 of our “What Is Aging?” series covering the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems. We discuss common age related changes to the heart, blood vessels, and lungs with age. We also talk about the role of exercise in improving these systems with age. Courses: How to Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally Modern Aging: Physiological Processes and Societal Responses Related Episodes: Ep 32 Aging Bones and Joints Ep 33 Aging Muscles Ep 34 Aging Nervous System Ep 16 Exercise for Your Heart and Brain Ep 14 High Blood Pressure: Why Should I Care? Further Reading: ● Paneni, F., Diaz Cañestro, C., Libby, P., Lüscher, T. F., & Camici, G. G. (2017). The Aging Cardiovascular System: Understanding It at the Cellular and Clinical Levels. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 69(15), 1952–1967. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jacc.2017.01.064 ● Lalley P. M. (2013). The aging respiratory system--pulmonary structure, function and neural control. Respiratory physiology & neurobiology, 187(3), 199–210. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resp.2013.03.012 Work with me https://carolinemorris.com

Uncut Jamz
October Album Review

Uncut Jamz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 40:41


This episode we review what we thought were the most notable Album releases of October 2022.Midnights - Taylor Swift Ice, Death, Planets, Lungs, Mushrooms and Lava/ Laminated Denim/Changes - King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard Return of the Dream Canteen - Red Hot Chili PeppersContinua - Nosaj Thing Waiting To Spill - The Backseat LoversActual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022) - Fred again.. The Car - Arctic Monkeys One by One  - Foo Fighters

One Radio Network
10.21.10 Patrick Two

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 52:55


ORN It Takes A Long Time To Get Young 10/21/22 part two Prescribing antibiotics for viral conditions. Why? CDC Vaccine board voted 15-0 to add COVID vax to children's vaccine schedule. Most dangerous vax ever. Do we have a genetic code that forces us to get sick or die after a certain period of years? Versus it's our beliefs that cause aging and death. We program ourselves. Resentment of others and ourself is reflected in the gall bladder. Lungs reflect grief. Heart reflects love. Atom says DNA is a suggested choice. The highest choice is the God Code. When something is in our state of consciousness, it's in our body. Physical reality is a dream. No different than dreams in your sleep. Why did Patrick chose Eckankar? We are spiritually weak when we believe in the lie that the earth is spinning. You believe it because you haven't looked into it. Resources on flat earth: Eric Dubay, ODD TV, David Weiss (Flat Earth Dave). NASA said they lost the technology that got us to the moon. Really? Listener asks: Did Patrick ever eat vegan? No. Some vegetarian. Did macrobiotic. Listener asks about Rudolf Steiner books on cosmology. Everything is God. As soul, we are projecting our attention somewhere else, to the astral plane. Heliocentric theory is about 400 years old. Initiated by Jesuits and Freemasons. Did Nagasaki and Hiroshima nuclear bombings really happen? Patrick is changing his diet to less meat and more fat. The idea that there is something to fix in our body is a big trap. New Zealand will be taxing cow farts and burps. Australia plans to reduce methane emissions. Craziness in the Commonwealth. Listener suggests Patrick's toe numbness could be from a psoas issue causing restricted circulation. King Charles to spend 370 million pounds on Buckingham Palace renovations. Will take 5 years before he can live there. Eyes are windows, not mirrors, per Atom. Elementals aren't demonic. PCR tests are fraudulent for AIDS and COVID diagnosis. AZT is what killed AIDS patients. There is no virus. They will get away with whatever they can. Will they pull out all the stops? Nothing to lose now. Stay emotionally uninvolved with whatever you read. Do something productive.

One Radio Network
10.21.22 Patrick One

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 62:32


ORN It Takes A Long Time To Get Young 10/21/22 part one Prescribing antibiotics for viral conditions. Why? CDC Vaccine board voted 15-0 to add COVID vax to children's vaccine schedule. Most dangerous vax ever. Do we have a genetic code that forces us to get sick or die after a certain period of years? Versus it's our beliefs that cause aging and death. We program ourselves. Resentment of others and ourself is reflected in the gall bladder. Lungs reflect grief. Heart reflects love. Atom says DNA is a suggested choice. The highest choice is the God Code. When something is in our state of consciousness, it's in our body. Physical reality is a dream. No different than dreams in your sleep. Why did Patrick chose Eckankar? We are spiritually weak when we believe in the lie that the earth is spinning. You believe it because you haven't looked into it. Resources on flat earth: Eric Dubay, ODD TV, David Weiss (Flat Earth Dave). NASA said they lost the technology that got us to the moon. Really? Listener asks: Did Patrick ever eat vegan? No. Some vegetarian. Did macrobiotic. Listener asks about Rudolf Steiner books on cosmology. Everything is God. As soul, we are projecting our attention somewhere else, to the astral plane. Heliocentric theory is about 400 years old. Initiated by Jesuits and Freemasons. Did Nagasaki and Hiroshima nuclear bombings really happen? Patrick is changing his diet to less meat and more fat. The idea that there is something to fix in our body is a big trap. New Zealand will be taxing cow farts and burps. Australia plans to reduce methane emissions. Craziness in the Commonwealth. Listener suggests Patrick's toe numbness could be from a psoas issue causing restricted circulation. King Charles to spend 370 million pounds on Buckingham Palace renovations. Will take 5 years before he can live there. Eyes are windows, not mirrors, per Atom. Elementals aren't demonic. PCR tests are fraudulent for AIDS and COVID diagnosis. AZT is what killed AIDS patients. There is no virus. They will get away with whatever they can. Will they pull out all the stops? Nothing to lose now. Stay emotionally uninvolved with whatever you read. Do something productive.

The Chip Chipperson Podacast
LUNGS FOR LUNCH

The Chip Chipperson Podacast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 61:30


Chip is joined by Zac Amico, Shannon Lee, Xia, and star of stage and screen, EROCK! Nagel has proven difficult to pin down for a booking, but he never fails to delight Chipperson. Chip goes deep and asks everyone what their favorite possession is and Erock opens up about what it's like to be a dad. Shannon hasn't had any in over 4 years, but her and Chip finally find a date that works for supper. Zac is a fan of a man who ate someone's lungs.