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RSN Racing Pulse
Sam Matthews - Swettenham Stud, Wil Bourne - Maher/Eustace and Calvin McEvoy

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 14:24


Sam Matthews from Swettenham Stud joins us on the Gold Coast along with Maher and Eustace Racing's Wil Bourne and trainer Calvin McEvoy chat to us ahead of the sales

Standard of Care Podcast
Lazarus Syndrome

Standard of Care Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 55:37


It's the stuff of nightmares and horror stories: the dead rising from the grave.  On August 23, 2020, it happened in Michigan after a woman who was declared deceased by the responding EMS crew “woke up” in a funeral home.  Her case has been described as an instance of “Lazarus Syndrome”, or “autoresuscitation after failed cardiopulmonary resuscitation”, but was it this rare condition or negligence on the part of the providers?  Nick and Samantha discuss the family's $50 million lawsuit against the City and the providers and examine the clinical and legal issues around patients presumed to be deceased.  Please like, comment, and subscribe!       Links:     Erika Lattimore, as Guardian of Timesha Beauchamp, An Incapacitated Person v. City of Southfield, Michael Storms, Scott Rickard, Phillip Mulligan, and Jake Kroll, In Their Individual Capacity, Jointly And Severally, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, Civil Action File No. 2:20-cv-12738, filed October 8, 2020.  Complaint available at: http://www.firelawblog.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2020/10/US_DIS_MIED_2_20cv12738_COMPLAINT_filed_by_All_Plaintiffs_against_All_Defe.pdf   Michael Storms, Scott Rickard, Phillip Mulligan, and Jake Kroll v. Oakland County Medical Control Authority et al., United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, Civil Action File No. 4:20-cv-12457, filed September 8, 2020.   Katherine Mims Crocker, Qualified Immunity, Sovereign Immunity, and Systemic Reform, 71 Duke L.J. 1701-1780 (2022), available at: https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/dlj/vol71/iss8/1   Hutchinson, D. and MacDonald, M., (2020, September 16, updated 2020, October 19), “She's Still Breathing”: Hear 911 Call From Moment Workers Realized Southfield Woman Declared Dead Was Alive, ClickOnDetroit https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/local/2020/09/16/shes-still-breathing-hear-911-call-from-workers-realized-southfield-woman-declared-dead-was-alive/   Kaur, H. et al., (2020, October 20), Family of Woman Who Died Weeks After She Was Found Alive at a Funeral Home Sues Paramedics For $50 Million, CNN, https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/20/us/timesha-beauchamp-dies-lawsuit-trnd   McEvoy, M., (2019, June 21), “Dead Wrong”, EMS1.com https://www.ems1.com/ems-products/medical-monitoring/articles/dead-wrong-RXW3893p2D3u8R3T/   Varone, K. (host). (2020, September 13).  Interview With Attorney For Disciplined Michigan Firefighters In Mistaken Death Pronouncement (No. 35) [Audio podcast episode]. Fire Law Blog. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/podcast-episode-35-interview-with-attorney-for/id876773998?i=1000491102861   White, E., (2020, December 10), Paramedics Who Wrongly Pronounced Timesha Beauchamp 'Dead' Can Regain Licenses, Detroit Free Press https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/2020/12/10/timesha-beauchamp-paramedics-regain-licenses/3883480001/   WXYZ Detroit, (2020, October 8), Fieger Files $50 Million Lawsuit in Case of Woman Found Alive After Being Pronounced Dead, https://www.wxyz.com/news/fieger-files-50-million-lawsuit-in-case-of-woman-found-alive-after-being-pronounced-dead  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Gossip, Negativity, Nastiness- How To Deal With It? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 15:50


Gossip, Negativity, Nastiness- How To Deal With It? Could we LOVE it? Could we be thankful for it?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Who Can You BLAME? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 15:54


If life is not happening the way you want it to- what can you do?

Correct Weight
Calvin McEvoy - 8th of January 2023

Correct Weight

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 6:01


Calvin McEvoy joined Correct Weight to review his runners out at Sandown yesterday, including the win of So Unusual. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
What Are You Waiting For… Tomorrow, Monday, A New Year, Motivation? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 9:16


What Are You Waiting For… Tomorrow, Monday, A New Year, Motivation? Could you nail PROCRASTINATION and get it done - NOW?

We Are Cavan
Ep 476: Season opener preview & penalties win for Crosserlough

We Are Cavan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 32:05


On this week's McEvoy's Supervalu GAA podcast we look ahead to Cavan's opening game of the 2023 season as they travel to Portglenone to face Antrim this Sunday. We also look back on the Division 2 U20 championship final where Crosserlough got the better of Knockbride on penalties.

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
War in Ukraine sparks fertilizer crisis that may impact the future of global food production

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023


At Ráječek Farm in the southern Czech Republic, bright, red hydroponic tomato plants tower more than 10 feet tall inside greenhouses. The Sklenář family has worked the land on Ráječek Farm for four generations. The family once lost the farm to the state under communist rule. But several years after the Czech Republic switched to a market economy, the family regained control of the farm and launched a successful business growing hydroponic tomatoes.“My parents had to reinvent the whole business again because if they did the same [farming] model as our grandparents, it wouldn't have been economically sustainable,” said Matěj Sklenář, 28, the head agronomist at Ráječek Farm.But last year, Russia's invasion of Ukraine — a war aimed at pulling a large swath of Eastern Europe back into Russia's influence — once again disrupted the growing season on Ráječek Farm.Some fertilizers Sklenář uses on his hydroponic tomatoes come from Russia. But last year, those fertilizers became 10 times more expensive. The drastic rise in fertilizer prices is a huge problem for hydroponic farmers because they mostly don't use organic fertilizers like compost or manure.  “If you grow in soil and you don't add fertilizer you can still do a season with decreased yield, but with hydroponics, if you don't have fertilizers, it's just not possible to grow anything,” Sklenář said. Matěj Sklenář, 28, the head agronomist at Ráječek Farm in the south of the Czech Republic, stands in one of the farm's hydroponic greenhouses. The farm, which has been operated by the same family for four generations, previously relied on a brand of Russian fertilizer that became about ten times more expensive last year after the war in Ukraine began. Credit: Courtesy of Ráječek Farm Fertilizer is used by most commercial farming operations. And industrially produced fertilizers are often credited with providing sufficient yields to feed a planet with a growing population that is projected to have reached 8 billion people.Russia is the world's largest producer of fertilizers. There are no sanctions against Russian agricultural products, but many shipping companies now refuse to transport Russian products, including fertilizers. Belarus is also a large fertilizer supplier, but sanctions against Belarus for its participation in the war in Ukraine have also severely limited the country's contributions to the global fertilizer supply. These restrictions are causing fertilizer prices to skyrocket. Common nitrogen fertilizers found at the store are made from ammonia, which is produced from natural gas. Russia used to export a lot of ammonia to the fertilizer market through a pipeline in Ukraine. But that's been closed since the war started. Fertilizer companies in Europe also make their own ammonia with natural gas from the European grid. But Europe is trying to wean itself off Russian gas right now, so fuel prices are rising. “The war caused the price of natural gas to increase, so that's one of the reasons why fertilizer is so expensive,” Sklenář said.Last year, major fertilizer companies like Norway's Yara International had to temporarily curtail production of nitrogen fertilizers because of the war. Yara was eventually able to reroute their ammonia supply from other sources to increase production speed again. But fertilizer prices remain high, driving up food costs.“What we've seen with the Russian invasion of Ukraine is that, sadly, the situation with food production has turned to the worst,” said Lars Røsæg, deputy chief executive officer of Yara International.After the war started last year, Sklenář's farm was hit with a double whammy because many of the workers are Ukrainian. They were back in Ukraine on holiday when the war started, and men who were old enough to serve were no longer allowed to leave the country. Sklenář has struggled to find new workers.  Six sisters from Ukraine stand in a greenhouse at Ráječek Farm in the Czech Republic, four of whom are employees at the farm and two of whom sought refuge there after the war started. Many of the farm's workers come from Ukraine, however, some of their male workers cannot leave Ukraine and return to the Czech Republic because men young enough to serve in the military can't leave the country. The farm has struggled to find workers to replace them.  Credit: Courtesy of Ráječek Farm It's also more expensive to heat his greenhouses now. “We are pretty sure that this season, the profit will not be as big as past seasons,” Sklenář said.Fertilizer costs have forced farmers all over Europe to make difficult decisions.Kieran McEvoy, a farmer south of Dublin who grows wheat and barley, said that he usually buys all of his fertilizer around Christmas. But this time, he's waiting.“It's not really a great plan I suppose, but we're just hoping maybe there might be a little bit of a relaxation in the price of gas,” McEvoy said. Hydroponic vegetables grow in long troughs year round inside greenhouses at Ráječek Farm in the Czech Republic. The price of natural gas used to heat the greenhouses rose so high after the war in Ukraine that the farm now plans to transition to solar power. Credit: Courtesy of Ráječek Farm Redistribution of powerThe war has made it hard on farmers, but some fertilizer companies have increased their profits. Now, they're looking to new sources far away from Russia. Morocco, which holds an estimated 72% of the world's phosphate — a key ingredient in another common fertilizer — started ramping up production this year. In the Sahara desert, miners blast the earth with explosives to mine phosphate, sending clouds of red dust barreling across the desert.Damian Berger, co-founder of Ishtar Analytics, a think tank focusing on North Africa and the Middle East, said that Morocco uses its mighty fertilizer reserves as a tool for soft power by helping countries throughout sub-Saharan Africa increase their food production. Less Russian fertilizer is a potential opportunity for a country like Morocco. “Morocco has been building up its fertilizer diplomacy and industry for a situation like the one we're facing right now,” Berger said.Morocco now plans to open a new fertilizer plant in Brazil, a country that once relied heavily on Russian fertilizer. Russia also extends its influence in both South America and Africa. But with the war grinding on, Berger said that Morocco is becoming a safer trading partner than Russia. The shift in the global fertilizer market is giving African countries greater power in global food production at a time when hunger is on the rise.“There is the potential for Morocco to assume a leading role as the spokesperson of African food security concerns,” Berger said.The war is also giving more importance to new projects aimed at creating so-called green fertilizers that don't require fossil fuels to produce. Yara International, the Norwegian fertilizer company, is currently building a new facility with the capacity to produce green fertilizer that they hope will be ready later this year. “[Last year] opened the eyes of the whole world to the importance that we accelerate the green transition of the food chain in a way where we reduce the dependency on Russia, so that we can have a sustainable and secure food supply,” Yara International's Røsæg said.  The fertilizer company Yara International's production plant in Le Havre, France. Last year, Yara International had to temporarily curtail production of nitrogen fertilizers because of the war in Ukraine, although they eventually were able to get their production up to speed again. Production problems caused by the war have made fertilizer prices skyrocket. Credit: Courtesy of Yara International The fertilizer shortage, and other difficulties related to the war in Ukraine, are pushing some farmers to pursue more sustainable practices. Sklenář in the Czech Republic is now investing in solar panels so he doesn't have to heat his greenhouses with natural gas. For Sklenář, the difficulties associated with the war aren't all negative.“It hurts a little bit, but it's worth the pain to get out of this and become independent from Russia,” Sklenář said.

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
War in Ukraine sparks fertilizer crisis that may impact the future of global food production

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023


At Ráječek Farm in the southern Czech Republic, bright, red hydroponic tomato plants tower more than 10 feet tall inside greenhouses. The Sklenář family has worked the land on Ráječek Farm for four generations. The family once lost the farm to the state under communist rule. But several years after the Czech Republic switched to a market economy, the family regained control of the farm and launched a successful business growing hydroponic tomatoes.“My parents had to reinvent the whole business again because if they did the same [farming] model as our grandparents, it wouldn't have been economically sustainable,” said Matěj Sklenář, 28, the head agronomist at Ráječek Farm.But last year, Russia's invasion of Ukraine — a war aimed at pulling a large swath of Eastern Europe back into Russia's influence — once again disrupted the growing season on Ráječek Farm.Some fertilizers Sklenář uses on his hydroponic tomatoes come from Russia. But last year, those fertilizers became 10 times more expensive. The drastic rise in fertilizer prices is a huge problem for hydroponic farmers because they mostly don't use organic fertilizers like compost or manure.  “If you grow in soil and you don't add fertilizer you can still do a season with decreased yield, but with hydroponics, if you don't have fertilizers, it's just not possible to grow anything,” Sklenář said. Matěj Sklenář, 28, the head agronomist at Ráječek Farm in the south of the Czech Republic, stands in one of the farm's hydroponic greenhouses. The farm, which has been operated by the same family for four generations, previously relied on a brand of Russian fertilizer that became about ten times more expensive last year after the war in Ukraine began. Credit: Courtesy of Ráječek Farm Fertilizer is used by most commercial farming operations. And industrially produced fertilizers are often credited with providing sufficient yields to feed a planet with a growing population that is projected to have reached 8 billion people.Russia is the world's largest producer of fertilizers. There are no sanctions against Russian agricultural products, but many shipping companies now refuse to transport Russian products, including fertilizers. Belarus is also a large fertilizer supplier, but sanctions against Belarus for its participation in the war in Ukraine have also severely limited the country's contributions to the global fertilizer supply. These restrictions are causing fertilizer prices to skyrocket. Common nitrogen fertilizers found at the store are made from ammonia, which is produced from natural gas. Russia used to export a lot of ammonia to the fertilizer market through a pipeline in Ukraine. But that's been closed since the war started. Fertilizer companies in Europe also make their own ammonia with natural gas from the European grid. But Europe is trying to wean itself off Russian gas right now, so fuel prices are rising. “The war caused the price of natural gas to increase, so that's one of the reasons why fertilizer is so expensive,” Sklenář said.Last year, major fertilizer companies like Norway's Yara International had to temporarily curtail production of nitrogen fertilizers because of the war. Yara was eventually able to reroute their ammonia supply from other sources to increase production speed again. But fertilizer prices remain high, driving up food costs.“What we've seen with the Russian invasion of Ukraine is that, sadly, the situation with food production has turned to the worst,” said Lars Røsæg, deputy chief executive officer of Yara International.After the war started last year, Sklenář's farm was hit with a double whammy because many of the workers are Ukrainian. They were back in Ukraine on holiday when the war started, and men who were old enough to serve were no longer allowed to leave the country. Sklenář has struggled to find new workers.  Six sisters from Ukraine stand in a greenhouse at Ráječek Farm in the Czech Republic, four of whom are employees at the farm and two of whom sought refuge there after the war started. Many of the farm's workers come from Ukraine, however, some of their male workers cannot leave Ukraine and return to the Czech Republic because men young enough to serve in the military can't leave the country. The farm has struggled to find workers to replace them.  Credit: Courtesy of Ráječek Farm It's also more expensive to heat his greenhouses now. “We are pretty sure that this season, the profit will not be as big as past seasons,” Sklenář said.Fertilizer costs have forced farmers all over Europe to make difficult decisions.Kieran McEvoy, a farmer south of Dublin who grows wheat and barley, said that he usually buys all of his fertilizer around Christmas. But this time, he's waiting.“It's not really a great plan I suppose, but we're just hoping maybe there might be a little bit of a relaxation in the price of gas,” McEvoy said. Hydroponic vegetables grow in long troughs year round inside greenhouses at Ráječek Farm in the Czech Republic. The price of natural gas used to heat the greenhouses rose so high after the war in Ukraine that the farm now plans to transition to solar power. Credit: Courtesy of Ráječek Farm Redistribution of powerThe war has made it hard on farmers, but some fertilizer companies have increased their profits. Now, they're looking to new sources far away from Russia. Morocco, which holds an estimated 72% of the world's phosphate — a key ingredient in another common fertilizer — started ramping up production this year. In the Sahara desert, miners blast the earth with explosives to mine phosphate, sending clouds of red dust barreling across the desert.Damian Berger, co-founder of Ishtar Analytics, a think tank focusing on North Africa and the Middle East, said that Morocco uses its mighty fertilizer reserves as a tool for soft power by helping countries throughout sub-Saharan Africa increase their food production. Less Russian fertilizer is a potential opportunity for a country like Morocco. “Morocco has been building up its fertilizer diplomacy and industry for a situation like the one we're facing right now,” Berger said.Morocco now plans to open a new fertilizer plant in Brazil, a country that once relied heavily on Russian fertilizer. Russia also extends its influence in both South America and Africa. But with the war grinding on, Berger said that Morocco is becoming a safer trading partner than Russia. The shift in the global fertilizer market is giving African countries greater power in global food production at a time when hunger is on the rise.“There is the potential for Morocco to assume a leading role as the spokesperson of African food security concerns,” Berger said.The war is also giving more importance to new projects aimed at creating so-called green fertilizers that don't require fossil fuels to produce. Yara International, the Norwegian fertilizer company, is currently building a new facility with the capacity to produce green fertilizer that they hope will be ready later this year. “[Last year] opened the eyes of the whole world to the importance that we accelerate the green transition of the food chain in a way where we reduce the dependency on Russia, so that we can have a sustainable and secure food supply,” Yara International's Røsæg said.  The fertilizer company Yara International's production plant in Le Havre, France. Last year, Yara International had to temporarily curtail production of nitrogen fertilizers because of the war in Ukraine, although they eventually were able to get their production up to speed again. Production problems caused by the war have made fertilizer prices skyrocket. Credit: Courtesy of Yara International The fertilizer shortage, and other difficulties related to the war in Ukraine, are pushing some farmers to pursue more sustainable practices. Sklenář in the Czech Republic is now investing in solar panels so he doesn't have to heat his greenhouses with natural gas. For Sklenář, the difficulties associated with the war aren't all negative.“It hurts a little bit, but it's worth the pain to get out of this and become independent from Russia,” Sklenář said.

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
LOVE And RELATIONSHIPS - How Are Yours? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 19:19


LOVE And RELATIONSHIPS - How Are Yours? Awesome and getting better every day? OR Need help?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
DETOX - Do I need to do a detox diet? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 10:16


DETOX - Do I need to do a detox diet? YES/NO/WHY?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
SKILL And TALENT - Do I Need It To Become Successful? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 20:05


SKILL And TALENT - Do I Need It To Become Successful?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Have You Ever WASTED A Day? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 5:57


Have You Ever WASTED A Day? if yes, do you want to make sure you don't ever waste another one?:

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Why GOAL Setting, New Years Resolutions Don't Work? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 17:35


Why GOAL Setting, New Years Resolutions Don't Work?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
MONEY - How To Get All You Need? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 16:51


MONEY - How To Get All You Need? Can we all be financially free? YESNO/WHY?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
BOXING - Could it be the Best Exercise? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 15:00


BOXING - Could it be the Best Exercise? YES/NO WHY?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
FOOD - What Is Good And Bad? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 10:50


FOOD - What Is Good And Bad?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
SUCCESS - Is There One Specific Tool? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 17:23


SUCCESS - Is There One Specific Tool? If yes - what is it and how does it work?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
EXERCISE - Is There A Best Time? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 6:59


EXERCISE - Is There A Best Time? What if we can get and stay fit and strong FAST? What if we can stay fit and strong for a lifetime with just a few minutes invested a week- yes minutes not hours!!

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
HOME - Do You Love Yours? with Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 7:06


HOME - Do You Love Yours?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
What Do You Do If You Eat Too Much? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 14:50


What Do You Do If You Eat Too Much? And how to create a body that burns up all you eat- FAST?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
CHRISTMAS - Are You Fitter And Stronger Every Year? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 11:10


CHRISTMAS - Are You Fitter And Stronger Every Year? And EVERY DAY - could it be an opportunity to get fitter, stronger, and mentally tougher?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Your Own Business - Why Everyone CAN Have One With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 14:50


Your Own Business - Why Everyone CAN Have One!! Is it time to be your own boss, choose your own hours, holiday when it suits you and have the money your life needs to be fun and successful?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
SANTA DAY - EVERY Day - How Do You want to Look And Feel? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 16:44


SANTA TIME ALL YEAR - How Do You Look And Feel? How do you want to look and feel if you don't already? Can we be energetic, fit, strong, and happy EVERY day? YES/NO WHY?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
EXERCISE - Could It Be The Worst Gift To Give? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 30:15


EXERCISE - Could It Be The Worst Gift To Give? Slow results, boring, long, risk of injury - could this kind of exercise turn people off- FOREVER? How to make sure getting fit and strong is FAST-SAFE-RESULTS happen quickly?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
TOUGH TIMES Do Pass - Do You Panic OR Thank? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 7:56


TOUGH TIMES Do Pass - Do You Panic OR Thank? How can we get tougher, stronger, wiser and better without tough times?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
SH*#T - What Do You Do When People Dump It On You? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 14:23


SH*#T - What Do You Do When People Dump It On You? Do you handle negative people with positivity?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Active Couch Potato – What Is That And Could It Be Dangerous? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 18:07


Active Couch Potato – What Is That And Could It Be Dangerous? Why do some people exercise regularly but it does not keep them fit and strong?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Ignorance – Could it be a gift to inspire more learning? with Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 16:29


Ignorance – Could it be a gift to inspire more learning? How can we learn more if we think we know it already?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
How to get FIT and Strong - FAST? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 24:08


How to get FIT and Strong - FAST? Could slow, boring exercise with slow results, have become an excuse for being unfit and out of shape?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
SUCCESS - Who Succeeds-Who Fails? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 12:21


SUCCESS - Who Succeeds-Who Fails? And WHY?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
OPINIONS - How Do We Know Other People Are Wrong? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 22:02


OPINIONS - How Do We Know Other Peoples Are Wrong? How do we know we are right? Are we open to learning or do we need to be right?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Do You Look Good Naked? with Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 12:30


Do You Look Good Naked? Do you want to? HOW?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
INJURIES - How To Appreciate ALL Of Them? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 15:53


INJURIES - How To Appreciate ALL Of Them? How to recover faster and get stronger because of all of our injuries?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Are You The Tough Strong Person For All The People In Your Life? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 5:13


Are You The Tough Strong Person For All The People In Your Life? Do we really have the option to be weak?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
SANTA TIME - ALL YEAR - How Do You Look And Feel? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 16:44


SANTA TIME - ALL YEAR - How Do You Look And Feel? Do you want to look and feel energetic, healthy, fit, and strong - EVERY day, ALL Year, or just some days?

We Are Cavan
Ep 472: Cico Sports All-Stars nominations

We Are Cavan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 15:53


On this week's McEvoy's Supervalu Virginia podcast Damien and Paul reveal the 45 players nominated for the 2022 We Are Cavan Cico Sports All-Stars.

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Waste Of Time Conversations - How To Avoid Them? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 17:11


Waste Of Time Conversations - How To Avoid Them?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
BORED Or Excited – Do We Get To Choose What Happens In Our Own Brain? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 13:39


BORED Or Excited – Do We Get To Choose What Happens In Our Own Brain?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
MISTAKES & Screw - Ups- How To Love The First One And Stop Any 2nd Times? with Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 12:43


MISTAKES & Screw - Ups- How To Love The First One And Stop Any 2nd Times?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
How To Get Fit And String So You Do Not Have To Exercise With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 11:06


How To Get Fit And String So You Do Not Have To Exercise With Rowie McEvoy by Max International College for Fitness Professionals

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Food-Relationships-LIFE - Do You Cheat? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 16:58


Food-Relationships-LIFE - Do You Cheat? How do you feel if you do?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Endurance Training - How And Why? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 17:38


Endurance Training - How And Why? if we are 100% Fit and 100% strong- mentally and physically, are we more likely to be able to do ALL the events and activities we want to do AND overcome the tough, BIG Challenges?

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings
Exercise To Get Fit And Strong OR Get Fit And Strong So We Can Exercise? With Rowie McEvoy

MAX Health and Fitness Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 28:03


Exercise To Get Fit And Strong OR Get Fit And Strong So We Can Exercise? What if you are 100% Fit and Strong- mentally and physically - What could you achieve now?

Adventure Rider Radio Motorcycle Podcast. Travel Adventures, Bike Tech Tips

Declan McEvoy arrived at work one day to discover that one of his co-workers wasn't there, that he had actually died while getting ready for work that very morning. It hit Declan hard - not only was this a close coworker but he was only 50 years old and Declan himself was 45, just five years off. Suddenly it was clear to him that he had no idea how much time was left and he had the urge to do the things he had always dreamed of. And even though he hadn't ridden in over 20 years, it all began with a motorcycle. Photos and links for this episode can be found on our website at adventureriderradio.com. Adventure Rider Radio is the original and longest running adventure motorcycle and travel podcast and has been produced weekly since 2014! You can count on us to be there for you every Thursday with a new and exciting episode, we never miss a week. And we hope we can count on you for your support. Become a Patreon supporter for just $5 a month and get a sticker and ad-free listening. Make a one time donation of just $10 and we'll send you a sticker. A donation of $50 or more also gets you a shout-out on RAW. To become a supporter please head over to the Support page on our website. Thank you!

We Are Cavan
Ep471: Drumlane beaten in the cruelest fashion.

We Are Cavan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 39:38


On this week's McEvoy's Supervalu Virginia GAA podcast we look back over Drumlane's heart breaking Ulster final where they lost out on penalties. We hear from manager Martin Dunne and look back on a game and a year to remember for the sons of O'Connell.

Lungcast
The Air We Breathe: Risks of Poor Indoor Air Quality with Drs. Edward Brooks & Charlene McEvoy

Lungcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 26:37


Among many unintended and unexpected effects of sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic is the substantial increase in exposures to indoor allergens and pollutants. Here, Dr. Edward Brooks at University of Texas at San Antonio and Dr. Charlene McEvoy at University of Minnesota bring a shared expertise on air quality health and research to discuss the resulting health ramifications. It is an enlightening conversation about the patient populations who are most impacted, plus what can be done to help mitigate the consequences. Episode highlights 0:16 The history of indoor air environments 2:50 Introducing Edward G. Brooks, MD, and Charlene McEvoy, MD 4:39 The factors of poor indoor air quality 6:25 Ways to improve indoor air quality 8:59 The underlying pathophysiology of pollutants 13:02 Benzene recalls 14:18 High-risk behaviors and disease risks 17:14 Recommendations for exposed patients 21:02 Radon as a lung cancer risk 22:35 Final thoughts 25:42 Outro For additional news and insights, visit us at HCPLive.com and Lung.org.

RSN Racing Pulse
Calvin McEvoy - runners at Kyneton today

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 7:17


Calvin McEvoy joins Racing Pulse with a look at the McEvoy stables Kyneton runners today Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gettin' To Know The 570
Gettin' to Know Dusty McEvoy | Owner of Dusty Hair in Plains, PA

Gettin' To Know The 570

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 71:01


On this episode, we're "Gettin' To Know" Dusty McEvoy, owner of Dusty Hair on Maffett Street in Plains. We were truly inspired by Dusty's amazing story, so much so that we don't want to spoil anything with our description here! You're just going to have to smash that play button and sit down and listen if you want to know what we're talking about! One thing we will say is we now know what a "Towhead" is, and by the end of this episode, you will too!For more information about our show visit us on Facebook @ facebook.com/GettinToKnowThe570

The Titans Ten
Broncos Preview, Malik's QB Coach Sean McEvoy, James Foster Friday, Best Bet Gauntlet

The Titans Ten

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 64:35


On today's episode, host Easton Freeze dives into, - An update from sea: birthday edition - Titans News with producer JT - Sean McEvoy of QB Takeover joins the show to break down Malik Willis' first 2 career starts - James Foster stops by to discuss mid season report cards for the Titans position groups, as well as who on the Broncos roster Tennessee needs to keep an eye on… - Easton and JT tackle Week 10 of the Best Bet Gauntlet Make sure to follow @HotReadPod, @eastonfreeze, @jt_ruhnke, and @BroadwayTN on Twitter to get updates on the show!