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Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant To Say Goodbye To Its Radioactive Waste Just before Thanksgiving, the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth is expected to reach a historic milestone. All the radioactive fuel that generated electricity—and controversy—for nearly half a century will finally be removed from the reactor building. It will be stored outside in special steel and cement casks. The rare occasion will be celebrated by both supporters and opponents of the plant. But as the decommissioning of Pilgrim proceeds, concern over the long-term safety of the highly radioactive waste continues. Even though Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant stopped producing electricity two years ago, there are still armed guards in watchtowers, surveillance cameras spread over the site, mazes of barbed wire fences and concrete vehicle barriers. Bruce Gellerman, a senior reporter at WBUR in Boston, Massachusetts, explains what the decommissioning process has been like and the future of nuclear power in the Northeast. Dr. Fauci's Life Illustrated In A New Book For Kids Dr. Anthony Fauci became a household name at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, he's the subject of a children's book too: Dr: Fauci: How a Boy From Brooklyn Became America's Doctor. The book takes us back to Fauci's childhood filled with games of baseball in the streets of Brooklyn, bike rides to deliver medications for his family's pharmacy, and his long history of asking questions about how the world works. Author Kate Messner talks to Ira about the surprises she found in Fauci's life story, the value of showing kids that scientists were once children too, and why curiosity is such an important value to teach children. A Charismatic Match-up Between Two Feathered Friends It's the third and final matchup of this fall's Charismatic Creature Carnival, our celebration of six overlooked, and often unfairly maligned, species that deserve a chance under the spotlight. Our audience submitted the carnival candidates, but only one will be crowned the very first inductee into the Charismatic Creature Corner Hall of Fame. This week, our match-up is between two fabulous, feathered creatures: the pigeon and the shoebill stork. Defending the pigeon is Elizabeth Carlen, postdoctoral research fellow at Washington University in St. Louis. Representing the shoebill stork is Judith Mirembe, shoebill researcher and chair of Uganda Women Birders based in Kampala, Uganda.
Ice-Hunting Lunar Rover Robot Gets A Landing Site This week, NASA announced that it had selected a destination for a planned robotic lunar rover called VIPER, the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover. The mission is planned for launch in 2023, and will rove about the Moon's south pole, mapping the location and concentration of water ice deposits. The plan is for a commercial spaceflight mission to deliver the rover to a spot near the western edge of the Nobile Crater at the Moon's south pole. Sophie Bushwick, technology editor at Scientific American, joins Ira to talk about the mission and other stories from the week in technology and science—including tiny airborne micro-machines, an upcoming voyage for the James Webb Space Telescope, and the discovery of ancient kids' handprints that could be the world's oldest-known art. Congress Is Considering Two Climate Change Bills. What's In Them? President Biden has made many promises about slowing climate change. During his campaign, he pledged to bring the United States' energy sector to zero carbon emissions by 2035. On Earth Day this year, he pledged to reduce total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030, and by 100% by 2050. But the key policy changes that will help the country get there remain pending as the relevant bills continue to make their way through Congress. The first is an infrastructure bill that would pledge billions toward cleaner transit and resiliency projects in disaster-stricken communities. But that measure is tied intricately with the fate of a second, $3.5 trillion budget bill that would direct billions of dollars to incentivize coal and natural gas-burning utilities to switch over to renewable energy. If both are to pass without substantial changes, they rely on consensus among the narrow majorities of Democrats in the Senate and the House—neither of which is guaranteed. New York Times reporter Coral Davenport walks through what's in the bills, and why so much is still up in the air even after a summer of climate-driven disasters. Behind The Booster Battle Update 9/24/2021: This week, CDC director Rochelle Walensky overruled the recommendations of an advisory panel and authorized a third dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for the elderly and certain “high risk” individuals, mirroring an earlier FDA decision. In late August, President Biden had said that COVID-19 vaccine booster shots might soon be on the horizon for many Americans. In late August, President Biden said that COVID-19 vaccine booster shots might soon be on the horizon for many Americans. But last Friday, an FDA advisory committee voted to recommend booster doses only for people over age 65—and this Wednesday, the FDA authorized Pfizer boosters for use in the elderly and “high risk” individuals. In the republished article (which you can read on sciencefriday.com) from September 16, written before the FDA review, Kaiser Health News' Arthur Allen and Sarah Jane Tribble examine the backstory behind the debate over boosters, and how leaders from the NIH got out in front of FDA and CDC recommendations.
How Diet And Stress Affect Your Immune System | This episode is sponsored by MitoPureYour immune system is constantly responding to your internal and external conditions. For instance, most of us have experience with coming down with a bad cold or flu directly following a period in which we haven't been eating or sleeping well. The same principle can apply to more severe or chronic disease as well; a dysregulated immune system opens the door for illness. In this mini-episode, Dr. Hyman speaks with Dr. Jeffrey Bland about how the food you eat and the quality of your sleep, your thoughts and relationships, and more are fundamental when it comes to the regulation of your immune system. He also speaks with Dr. Leonard Calabrese about the role that movement and exercise play in supporting your immune health.Dr. Jeffrey Bland is the founder of Big Bold Health, a company on a mission to transform the way people think about one of nature's greatest innovations—the immune system. Through Big Bold Health, Jeff is advocating for the power of immuno-rejuvenation to enhance immunity at a global level, often through the rediscovery of ancient food crops and superfoods. To get there, Jeff is building a network of small farms and suppliers throughout the US that take a clear stance on regenerative agriculture, environmental stewardship, and planetary health. Jeff's career in health spans more than 40 years. A nutritional biochemist by training, he began in academia as a university professor. Jeff then spent three decades in the natural products industry, working alongside other pioneers.Dr. Leonard Calabrese is a Professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University and Vice Chair of the Department of Rheumatic and Immunologic Diseases. Dr. Calabrese is also the director of the RJ Fasenmyer Center for Clinical Immunology at Cleveland Clinic and holds joint appointments in the Department of Infectious Diseases and the Wellness Institute.This episode is brought to you by MitoPure. MitoPure, from TimeLine Nutrition, regenerates mitochondria and supports cellular energy production. Right now, you can get 10% off MitoPure, which you can get in a capsule, powder, or protein blend, at timelinenutrition.com/drhyman.Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Jeffrey Bland, “How The Most Important Superfood You've Never Heard About Will Rejuvenate Your Immune System” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrJeffBland2 Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Leonard Calabrese, “The Secrets to Creating a Healthy Immune System” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrCalabrese See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If you live with food intolerances, symptoms such as headaches, GI issues, brain fog, and fatigue may be a source of frustration. Food intolerances are often linked to underlying gut health or immune issues. They are often short term and can be addressed with diet and lifestyle adjustments. Learn about some of the most common food intolerances and what causes them, as well as tips to help you start feeling better. https://drruscio.com/common-food-intolerances/ My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook/ If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://austinfm.com/ Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
This week we review a recent work on the use of bivalirudin on outcomes of pediatric VAD patients. We speak with Dr. Caroline Carly Heyrend of Primary Children's Hospital in Utah about a recent work she co-authored on time in therapeutic range for this agent in children with VAD's. How does bivalirudin work differently than heparin and what are the theoretical benefits or disadvantages of this agent in comparison with unfractionated heparin? Why are thrombotic complications still common amongst those with pediatric VAD's even when anticoagulation is maintained appropriately? What are the factors at work that make safe anticoagulation so difficult in this complex and fragile group of patients? Dr. Heyrend provides the pharmacist's perspective this week. DOI: 10.1097/MAT.0000000000001261
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Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I am thrilled to bring you this episode of the What's Next! Podcast, an encore of my LinkedIn Live chat with the wonderful Katy Milkman. Katy is the James G. Dinan Professor at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and holds a secondary appointment at Penn's Perelman School of Medicine. Her research explores ways that insights from economics and psychology can be harnessed to change consequential behaviors for good. She has received numerous awards for her research including an early career award from the Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences. Katy was also named one of the world's top 40 business school professors under 40 by Poets and Quants and she was a finalist for the Thinkers 50 2017 Radar Thinker Award. She also frequently writes about topics related to behavioral science for The Washington Post and Scientific American. In 2018, she began hosting Charles Schwab's popular podcast “Choiceology with Katy Milkman”, which explores key lessons from behavioral economics about decision making. I am so happy to bring you this episode of the What's Next! Podcast! with Katy Milkman! THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… anyone wanting to make a change! TODAY'S MAIN MESSAGE… Do you need a fresh start? Do you need to make a change? Well, change is a big word…or it can be. So where do you start? What do you focus on? Katy Milkman is here to demystify change and make it a little less scary and a little more doable. Step one, according to Katy? Decide that you want to make a change. Simple enough, right? Once you've made the decision, you can get started. Get reflecting, listening, trying different things. You've probably learned a great deal about yourself during the last year and a half. What has it shown you? Which changes didn't serve you and which changes have surprised you? Listen in on my discussion with Katy on change, habits, progress, and long-term goals. WHAT I LOVE MOST… Katy's optimistic outlook on the change we are seeing and the changes we hope to make. Running time: 30:07 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Find Katy online: Twitter LinkedIn Katy's Website How to Change Book
Police Minister, Kit Malthouse, talks to Woman's Hour about violence towards women in the light of Sabina Nessa's murder. We talk to him about the funding and strategies that were promised to how the police will act at Friday's evening vigil for Sabina. We speak to Professor Adam Balen, a consultant in reproductive Medicine at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, about why he thinks it's a good idea to have special messages in contraceptive packages advising people not to leave it too late if they want a baby. We discuss flexible working and how it really works in practice. At the moment when you've lasted 26 weeks in your job you have the right to request flexible working, but now there are government plans to let you make that request from day one. We speak to Emma Stewart from Timewise who wants those plans to go even further and to Leanne Skelton who runs a nursery and worries that more flexibility will be a logistical nightmare. And we speak to two women who love gaming, but say there's some alarming and worrying abuse towards women and non-white gamers. They are Shay Thompson, a gaming journalist and presenter as well as Cassie Hughes who's the co-founder of Black Twitch UK.
A conversation about human origins, evolution, and what's at stake followed by a Q&A with Dr. Pam Ashmore (UTC Anthropology) and Dr. Josh Swamidass (Washington University School of Medicine). Moderated by Dr. Michelle Deardorff (UT Chattanooga Political Science and Public Service). • Please like, share, review, and subscribe to this podcast. Thank you.
Once you feel like you've exhausted what your dermatologist can do for your skin, you start to wonder if there's anything else you can dig into to help your rashes. Most people start with diet and try avoiding different foods. Eventually you might start to wonder if there's something going on in your gut! And somehow you'll stumble across a bunch of stool testing kits you can buy yourself. Many of the bigger brands advertise heavily across Google and social media hoping to catch your attention. If you've been on the verge of getting one of these kits, this episode is for you! There is nothing worse than when I have to tell someone that the $150+ they spent on certain stool testing was completely worthless. I'd like to save you that money so that you can spend it (if you feel so called to) on something that will offer you root cause explanations and actionable steps that make a difference. In this episode: Major drawbacks of stool testing through a local lab Why I use comprehensive stool tests with all of my clients Specific stool testing that can be helpful Thoughts on costs of stool testing + making it more affordable Stool tests to avoid like the plague (seriously… run the other way) Quotes: Stool tests run through a local lab (like Labcorp + Quest) are very limited by what your doctor tells the lab to look for. If you're seeing ads for stool testing on social media, think twice! While you'll get a fancy report + some general nutrition recommendations, but not much else.
Do you know which foods are actually healthy for kids? There's a good chance that what you were taught growing up isn't the most sound nutrition advice! Pediatrician Dr. Yami joins "The Weight Loss Champion" Chuck Carroll to crown the undisputed healthy heavyweight foods for youngsters! She and Chuck then examine what a healthy diet for kids should look like. Spoiler: It's not what is usually served in school lunch lines. Dr. Yami also answers viewer questions from The Doctor's Mailbag: - What are the healthiest snacks for kids? - Is a vegan diet healthy for children? - How much fat do children need in their diet? - What are good alternatives to lunch meat? - How can stop sugar cravings in kids? - Can children get hooked on fast food at an early age? - Plus, many more! — — — Healthy School Lunch Resources https://bit.ly/SchoolLunchHelp — — — Dr. Yami IG: @thedoctoryami Facebook: https://bit.ly/DrYamiFB Web: https://www.doctoryami.com — — — Chuck Carroll IG: @ChuckCarrollWLC Twitter: @ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: http://wghtloss.cc/ChuckFacebook — — — Barnard Medical Center Appointments https://bit.ly/BMCtelemed 202-527-7500 — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or many other podcast providers. Don't forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!
On this episode, we are joined by PGY1 resident, Dr. Kristen Ingold, PharmD. Kristen came on the show to discuss her series of training videos designed to help students prep for their residency/fellowship interviews. She virtually interviewed 20-25 residency program directors (RPDs) from across the United States. Each RPD was asked the same list of questions. After collecting all of the interview videos, she took each video and spliced them together to form topic-specific videos that range from 5-15 minutes in duration. Topics include items that RPDs look for on a student's curriculum vitae, GPA, choice of electives, resident characteristics, appropriate follow-up, social media, and more. There are 40 videos total (8 topics for 5 different regions of the United States). The best part about this video series is the price.....COMPLETELY FREE! The free video series can be found on the SIUePharmacy YouTube page at the link below: https://m.youtube.com/user/SIUePharmacy Read more about Kristen's project in the SIUE article at the link below: https://www.siue.edu/news/2021/08/SIUEAlumna-MadeVideosAnswerCriticalQuestions,GiveSageAdvicetoPharmacyStudentsNationwide.shtml If you have questions for Kristen, she can be reached on the following platforms: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @k_ingold2 https://www.instagram.com/k_ingold2/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristeningold/ Thanks for listening! If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers will have access to all previous and new pharmacotherapy lectures as well as downloadable Power Point slides for each lecture. You can find our account at the website below: www.patreon.com/corconsultrx If you have any questions for Cole or me, reach out to us on any of the following: Text - 415-943-6116 Mike - email@example.com Cole - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram and other social media platforms - @corconsultrx This podcast reviews current evidence-based medicine and pharmacy treatment options. This podcast is intended to be used for educational purposes only and is intended for healthcare professionals and students. This podcast is not for patients and not intended as advice or treatment.
This week we take a break from #zercovid to give you another episode that's a deep dive into COVID-19. We start with an interview with epidemiologist and infectious disease expert Dr. Daniel Morgan of the University of Maryland School of Medicine; we talk about cognitive errors in medical decision-making and how it relates to COVID-19 health policy. After that, we have a series of thoughts for you on COVID vaccine mandates for schools, President Biden's vaccine plan, the FDA's vote on boosters, John Ioannidis' new paper on vaccinating students, the Pfizer results for vaccines in kids 5-11, and accepting that COVID is here to stay. Back us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/plenarysession Check out our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCUibd0E2kdF9N9e-EmIbUew
Border Patrol's Sub-Human Treatment of Haitian Migrants The Department of Homeland Security is launching an investigation into the treatment of Haitian migrants at the U.S. border after images and video surfaced showing inhumane treatment by Border Patrol Agents. The footage shows agents on horseback chasing migrants and uttering expletives in their direction. We talk with Jenn Budd, a former senior patrol agent with the US border patrol who is now an immigrant rights activist and Franciscka Lucien, executive director of the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti. Humanitarian Crisis Worsens in Ethiopia Ethiopia is nearly a year into a conflict in the northern Tigray region that began last November between the Ethiopian government, forces from neighboring Eritrea, and opposing forces from the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF). There are reports of human rights abuses and sexual violence against civilians and refugees perpetrated by all parties involved in the conflict. Thousands of people have been killed, more than 2 million have been displaced, and for months the UN has been warning of the risk of a humanitarian crisis due to famine and starvation. Pfizer Announces Vaccine Safe and Effective for Children Ages 5 to 11 The Takeaway speaks to Dr. Miriam Laufer, pediatrics infectious disease specialist at the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health expert, about the importance of vaccinating children, the process of authorizing the vaccine, vaccine trials for even younger children, and more. For transcripts, see individual segment pages.
In addition to the physical toll of childbirth, there can be mental health challenges as well. Today's guest, an expert in postpartum mental health, is here to talk about how to recognize it and address it. Preparing for the postpartum period requires: Having clearly defined household and caregiving roles with your partner Understanding the state of your mental health Recognizing where you need help and asking for it Investigating your overall hormonal health About Shannon Wilson Shannon is licensed by the State of Iowa as a Mental Health Counselor and holds Certification in Perinatal Mental Health. She has a Bachelor's degree in Social Work and earned her Master's Degree in Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Student Development in 2010 from the University of Iowa. Shannon has extensive experience treating adults, both individuals and couples with a special interest and expertise in reproductive and maternal mental health. She enjoys working with pregnant women and mothers who may be experiencing difficulties with role changes and identity shifts as a result of pregnancy and motherhood, as well as mothers who are experiencing postpartum depression or anxiety. Shannon remains committed to ongoing learning and professional growth and has continued her education with a variety of trainings including the 12-hour post-graduate Postpartum Depression training at The Postpartum Stress Center as well as with the completion of the Postpartum Support International Maternal Mental Health certificate training. She is the first person in the state to become certified in Perinatal Mental Health. Shannon also completed "Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety-Related Disorders" training at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Pennsylvania. Shannon's other professional interests include, but are not limited to the treatment of anxiety disorders, self-esteem, women's issues, codependency, and couples issues. She helped to found and formerly chaired the Iowa Chapter of Postpartum Support International. Shannon is available for public speaking about a variety of mental health issues. She is currently a member of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, Iowa Mental Health Counselors Association, Postpartum Support International, and Postpartum Support International Iowa Chapter. Recognizing Postpartum Conditions Post-partum depression is a large part of perinatal mental health. However, there's a lot more to it. Shannon discusses how anxiety, traumatic stress, and so many other conditions are common after the birth of a child. She explains the need for adequate mental health services for women with these conditions as well as those who've experienced fertility issues, pregnancy and infancy loss, and traumatic birth experiences. In fact, most women experience a significant hormonal shift for the first few weeks after childbirth. Known as the “baby blues”, these mood-affecting hormonal fluctuations are perfectly normal. Things only become a problem when postpartum issues begin to impact the quality of life. Shannon isn't so concerned about the nature of intrusive thoughts that occur after childbirth. Instead, she focuses on reducing levels of distress. Preparing for Postpartum Difficulties Perhaps the best way to handle the difficult postpartum period is to be prepared for it. Shannon discusses how she sets women up for success well before birth. Open discussions with your partner are key. Part of this is being clear on caregiving roles and responsibilities and being open about mental health concerns. Most of all, Shannon wants us to recognize that we don't have to do it all and to ask for help when we need it. We also talk about how to react during stressful situations that are out of our control. You can do things on a daily basis to prevent stress. You can also prepare ahead of time to manage stress when it occurs. Shannon shares how setting healthy boundaries and expectations will help limit or prevent stress. How can you set boundaries to manage stress before the postpartum period begins? Leave a comment on the episode page! Call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033. Quotes “Traumatic birth is one of the risk factors for dealing with postpartum mood or anxiety disorder. So being able to process that experience, work through it, and heal from it is super important.” [4:40] “The content of the thought and how graphic it is, does not concern me. That has no clinical value to me. What I'm most concerned about is their level of distress associated with it.” [11:05] “If you are struggling, the sooner [you're evaluated] the better because what we know is that earlier intervention will help you feel better faster.” [21:39] “Keep expectations low. Don't put so much on your plate because it's so important to have some downtime to restore.” [25:55] In This Episode What perinatal mental health is and why it's important [3:35] Typical postpartum expectations and the “baby blues” [5:25] Signs that you may be experiencing postpartum OCD and how to address it [8:40] How to prepare for the postpartum period [11:45] The hormonal shifts that occur during and after pregnancy [15:50] Tips for managing stress [24:10] Links & Resources Use Code OMEGA3 for 10% off Omega3 Supplements Find Shannon Wilson online Follow Shannon on Facebook | Instagram The Postpartum Stress Center Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 22: My Top Anxiety Tips
In this episode I'm talking to Kevin C. Klatt, PhD, RD, a registered dietitian and postdoctoral fellow at the Baylor College of Medicine. We discuss nutrition science, research and the dark side of wellness that is oftentimes overlooked. Dr. Klatt explains how those of us without scientific backgrounds can navigate all of the information out there and discern what is legitimate and what is not, and we explore why so many turn to food as a “cause and a cure.” We also discuss the most egregious claims he has seen on the internet; how to become your own researcher; tips for eating to reduce risk of chronic disease; why we tend to make causal links between what we eat and how we feel, and so much more. Dr. Klatt received his PhD in Molecular Nutrition from Cornell University and completed his dietetic internship at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. He is the Inaugural Dennis M. Bier Young Career Editor at the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and is an active member of the executive committee of the Research Dietetics Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. www.Sakara.com/BLONDEFILES for 20% off your first order. www.Dipseastories.com/BLONDE for your extended 30 day free trial. www.Getcanopy.co with code BLONDE10 at checkout for an additional 10% off your purchase. www.Helloned.com/BLONDE for 15% off your first one-time purchase or 20% off your first subscription plus free shipping. Produced by Dear Media
The scientific understanding of COVID-19 is evolving rapidly, and the research now tells us that there is a link between gastrointestinal dysbiosis and the symptoms of long haul COVID. On today's podcast, I speak with Dr. Leonard Weinstock, a gastroenterologist and clinical researcher. We discuss his latest findings about long COVID, mast cell activation, and the relationship to gut health. For COVID-19 patients who are suffering with severe chronic symptoms post infection, these findings could change the way this condition is treated by highlighting the role of restoring microbial balance. https://drruscio.com/how-to-improve-long-haul-covid My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook/ If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://austinfm.com/ Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
Dr. Marc Brackett, founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and lead developer of RULER, a systemic, evidence-based approach to social and emotional learning reflects on where students are now and how to reach them. This Social Emotional Learning (SEL) focused episode is relevant for Fall 2021 as students and teachers return to school. https://www.coolcatteacher.com/e762 Today's sponsor is NaliniKIDS, creator of wordworkouts.org, a fantastic free SEL resource that will bring reflection and movement to your classroom. At wordworkouts.org you can select a word as the focus to help students get in the right mindset for a day of learning while making connections between academics and daily life. Wordworkouts.org is great for morning meetings, brain breaks, class transitions or advisory and is a wonderful relationship-building tool for your classroom community. Dr. Marc Brackett - Bio as Submitted Marc Brackett, Ph.D., is founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and professor in the Child Study Center, Yale School of Medicine at Yale University. His grant-funded research focuses on: (1) the role of emotions and emotional intelligence in learning, decision making, creativity, relationship quality, and mental health; (2) the measurement of emotional intelligence; and (3) the influences of emotional intelligence training on children's and adults' health, performance, and workplace performance and climate. Marc has published 125 scholarly articles and has received numerous awards, including the Joseph E. Zins Award for his research on social and emotional learning and an honorary doctorate from Manhattanville College. He also is a distinguished scientist on the National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development and on the board of directors for the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL). Marc is the lead developer of RULER, a systemic, evidence-based approach to social and emotional learning that has been adopted by over 2,000 public, charter, and private pre-school through high schools across the United States and in other countries, including Australia, China, England, Italy, Mexico, and Spain. RULER infuses social and emotion learning into the immune system of schools by enhancing how school administrators lead, educators teach, students learn, and families parent. Research shows that RULER boosts academic performance, decreases school problems like bullying, enriches classroom climates, reduces teacher stress and burnout, and enhances teacher instructional practices. Marc is the author of Permission to Feel: Unlocking the Power of Emotions to Help Our kids, Ourselves, and Our Society Thrive (Celadon/Macmillan), which will be released in September of 2019. Marc regularly consults with large companies on best practices for integrating the principles of emotional intelligence into training and product design. He is co-founder of Oji Life Lab, a corporate learning firm that develops innovative digital learning systems for emotional intelligence. With Facebook, Marc has developed a number of products, including: social resolution tools to help adults and youth resolve online conflict; a bullying prevention hub to support educators, families, and teens; and InspirED, an open-source resource center to support high school students in leading positive change in their schools. Marc also holds a 5th degree black belt in Hapkido, a Korean martial art. Disclosure of Material Connection: This is a “sponsored podcast episode.” The company who sponsored it compensated me via cash payment, gift, or something else of value to include a reference to their product. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I believe will be good for my readers and are from companies I can recommend. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
“For our children and grandchildren” was the dedication at the start of my next guests book, Countdown, by Dr Shanna Swan, and since reading the book I now understand why. Because a man today has only half the number of sperm his grandfather had. Essentially a 50% drop in sperm counts over the past four decades. But, as you will hear, this isn't just affecting male fertility.Dr Shanna H. Swan, Ph.D., is one of the world's leading environmental and reproductive epidemiologists. She is Professor of Environmental Medicine and Public Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City where is also a member of the Transdisciplinary Center on Early Environmental Exposures and the Mindich Child Health and Development Institute.After reading a controversial paper reporting the decline in sperm quality in 1992 by Carlsen and colleagues, and being part of a group tasked with ratifying the results, Dr Swan has gone on to further study this dramatic decline in sperm count around the world.And for over twenty years, Dr. Swan and her colleagues have been studying the impact of environmental chemicals and pharmaceuticals on reproductive tract development and neurodevelopment. Her July 2017 paper “Temporal Trends in Sperm Count: a systematic review and meta-regression analysis” ranked #26 among all referenced scientific papers published in 2017 worldwide and shook the world with media outlets declaring “Who is killing our sperm”.Today's podcast is controversial and unpopular, but I can't hide away from this subject matter for fear of scare-mongering because it's one that could actually affect me personally. I'm yet to have children myself and the data is frankly scary. And if there are pragmatic decisions to make at an individual level, such as reducing exposure to plastics, petrochemicals and pesticides then I'm lucky to be in a position to actually do something about it and I'll share that with you the listener as well.Today you'll learn aboutThe 1% effectThe rise in testicular cancer, miscarriages, infertility as well as the reduction in sperm count and testosteroneEndocrine disrupting chemicals and their lack of regulationBody BurdenWhether phthalate or BPA free actually mean anything?What is the threshold for these chemicals and cumulative impact?The impact on menopause, erectile dysfunction, virility What do we need to be talking about and campaigning for Find out more about the book at thedoctorskitchen.com/podcasts, plus links to the studies and books mentioned in the show and sign up to the newsletter for a free 7 day meal plan. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There are several coaches who help me in Weight Loss For Doctors Only who all walk the talk and apply the things we teach and coach on, and I'm going to be shining a spotlight on each of them through a new series. We're kicking it off today with Zoe Perez, who has been working with me for two years and has a ton of real-life experience with doctors as the daughter and wife of a doctor. In this episode, we're diving into what initially brought Zoe to coaching and what she absolutely loves about the community in Weight Loss For Doctors Only. You can find show notes and more by clicking here: http://www.katrinaubellmd.com/245
If You Want to Reduce Your Toxic Exposure, You Should: Make the switch to pesticide-free cleaning products Take small steps to remove toxic chemicals from other areas of your home Listen to your bodies signals and embrace the healing nature of real food Are you struggling with not enough energy? One of the most significant indicators that something is off in your body is how much energy you have throughout the day. When looking at energy as a vital sign or an indicator, it is essential to know the root causes that could be throwing off your energy levels and natural remedies to fix these issues. The Power of Pure with Allison Evans Allison Evans was diagnosed with PCOS in high school and suffered chronic, mysterious pain through college. After years of seeing medical specialists and a laundry list of drugs, Allison was desperate for relief and turned to her Aunt Marilee in the Texas Hill Country. After two months at Marilee's, eating only real food, using safe products, and staying in a healthy home, her life was transformed. Her ovarian cysts disappeared, and despite her diagnosis of Lyme disease due to toxic mold in her house, she can now live virtually symptom-free thanks to focusing on mental health and other detox treatments. Her story is a testament to the Power of Pure and her brand, Branch Basics. Toss the Toxins As a woman in the modern world, it is important to understand the impacts of toxic ingredients in our makeup, personal care products, food, and cleaning products. There is strong scientific evidence linking toxins in these products to an extensive list of symptoms and diseases. Removing pesticide-filled cleaning products from your home is an easy first step, and it can help you realize the medicinal healing power of food and clean living. You don't have to buy super expensive products or do a bunch of therapies to make the switch, either. All it takes is a commitment to listen to your body and get back to basics, one small step at a time. Getting Back to Basics Environmental toxins take a huge toll on our gut, hormones, mitochondria, and more. This can impact our energy levels, aging, and hormonal imbalance. So, it is key to ensure that you are creating the safest space possible in your home. If you are looking for a place to start, swapping out your cleaning products can greatly impact your symptoms and risk of disease. By getting back to basics and tossing the toxins, you can get to a place of beautiful health just like Allison did for herself. Get ready to empower yourself with the knowledge necessary to regain your energy and feel like your best self. Are you ready to take the steps and remove the harmful toxins in your home? Share what you loved most about Allison's story with me in the comments section of the episode page. Quotes: “Eight weeks of that, and I haven't been on a drug since. I came out of that summer, and my eyes were opened, my body was strong; a year later, I went back to the fertility doctor, all of the cysts were gone, and I was able to get pregnant on the first try with both of my babies. It was really just a testimony to the Power of Pure and how tossing the toxins works!” (19:46) “Sometimes people just have no idea the neurological damage and toxicity that is created in the home when we keep all of these pesticides.” (24:25) “If you just start right here, you're giving your entire household a liver cleanse, and you haven't even changed your diet or done a juice detox or anything. Because people think in their heads, ‘I'm bringing these cleaning products into my home to create a safe environment for my family,' and the irony is that they are some of the most toxic things in the home.” (26:40) “Sometimes we think, ‘Oh my gosh, they got this bad rash, or I have this awful headache,' and I walk into the store like ‘Guys, that is our body talking to us saying stop!; Something happened, and I breathed, or I ingested, or I absorbed something, and we need to figure it out.” (37:01) “Don't believe everything that you are told. And believe in the body's innate ability to heal.” (42:29) In This Episode How Allison alleviated her illness symptoms and hormonal imbalances through clean living (13:38) Which lifestyle changes made the biggest difference in Allison's healing journey (20:52) The first place to start when looking to reduce the toxic load inside of your home (24:04) Where you should not start and tips on specific toxins you should avoid at all costs (28:52) Learn about the inception of Branch Basics and what sets them apart from the rest (32:50) Resources Mentioned: Find Dr. Mariza's Detox Masterclass Here Join Dr. Mariza's Fall 2021 14 Day Detox Branch Basics Website - Use the code DRMARIZA for 15% Follow Branch Basics on Instagram Other Resources: Check out the full show notes page Keep up with everything Dr. Mariza Follow Dr. Mariza on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Youtube Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes: Essentially You Episode #292: Top 5 Toxins That Cause Hot Flashes, Weight Gain, and PMS Essentially You Episode #260: Becoming a Label Reding Ninja And Chemically Aware of Dangerous Everyday Toxins with Samantha Wright Essentially You Episode #132: The Four Types of PCOS and How To Heal PCOS Naturally
"People want to be kind, caring, and helpful, but you have to create the environment to allow for that to happen." - Dr. James Doty How do you override your fight or flight response and train your brain to make better decisions? Why are negative thoughts stickier than positive ones? Why did Dr. James turn down $30 million when he was dead broke? What is the proven path to lasting happiness and life satisfaction? Practical Magic You may know Dr. James Doty as a clinical professor in the Department of Neuroscience at Stanford University School of Medicine. Or maybe as Director and Founder of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education. You might know him from his New York Times best-selling book “Into the Magic Shop.” But before anyone knew James Doty, he was a poor kid from a broken family. At age 13, faced with regular eviction, tiptoeing around an alcoholic father and a severely depressed and ill mother, James was only ever in survival mode. That is, until he met Ruth, an older woman at a local magic shop. She set him on a path that he still walks today — one that explores the connection between our brains, our bodies, our environments, and our society. Survey Says... Ruth gave young James the tools to stay present — to understand and take control of his physiology. When something overwhelmed him, he would conduct a "body survey." Later, in his research, Dr. Doty discovered the science behind this approach: that these steps actually shifted the brain from the sympathetic nervous response (the "fight or flight" response) to the parasympathetic nervous response, which has incredible health benefits. He also observed that in our modern world, we are constantly faced with stress and threats that throw our bodies into that sympathetic nervous response — essentially, we're all constantly living life in 5th gear. Dr. James calls what Ruth taught him "mindfulness plus." She gave him the tools to slow down physiologically and stay present emotionally. She also showed him how to be kind to himself and undo a lifetime of self-hate, which had unexpected benefits. He says, "When you can be kind, when you can change the narrative, it actually changes not only your own physiology, but also how you see the world." A Call to Serve Dr. James's research led him to the study of compassion and what happens when people extend that compassion to others. He found that overwhelmingly, the people who are the happiest and most at peace with themselves are the ones who work in service of others. He worries because he sees our society and values oriented away from service. Everyone is working towards climbing the corporate ladder, accumulating wealth, and buying status symbols, all in the name of chasing happiness. But if they would just turn around, the answer is there, behind them on the trail. He explains: "They will climb this mountain. They will get all of this money, Ferraris, all this stuff. But for a large percentage of them, they're not going to be happy unless they are oriented towards being selfless and being of service." Key takeaways: Breathe in, breathe out. When you're under stress, regulate your body's autonomic response. You'll make better decisions and won't compound a bad situation. Be present. Most people are stuck in the past or worried about the future. But you can't connect with others unless you're with them in the present moment. Live a life of service. Whether it's money, time, or effort, giving brings joy that getting simply can't match. Links and Resources The Game Changing Attorney Podcast Michael Mogill Facebook Michael Mogill Twitter Michael Mogill Instagram Michael Mogill LinkedIn Crisp Website Crisp Facebook Crisp Twitter Crisp Instagram Crisp LinkedIn James Doty LinkedIn Stanford University - Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) Website Into the Magic Shop: A Neurosurgeon's Quest to Discover the Mysteries of the Brain and the Secrets of the Heart
Dr Adrian Brown is a NIHR Lecturer and Research Fellow in the Centre of Obesity Research at University College London. He is also a senior Specialist Weight Management and Bariatric dietitian with over 15 years of clinical experience and a PhD in Medicine from Imperial College London. His research interests centre around obesity, type 2 diabetes, bariatric surgery, weight stigma and the use of formula-based diets in different patient populations. He is an Honorary Academic for Public Health England Obesity and Healthy Weight Team, on the strategic council for APPG on Obesity and is on the scientific council of the British Nutrition Foundation. You can find the show notes to this episode at sigmanutrition.com/episode404/ and you can support the podcast at patreon.com/sigmanutrition/
Guest Bio: Dr. Zelenko graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. degree with high honors in Chemistry from Hofstra University. After receiving an academic scholarship to attend S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo School of Medicine, he earned his M.D. degree in May 2000. Dr. Zelenko completed his family medicine residency at South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside, N.Y. in May 2004. Since then, Dr. Zelenko has practiced family medicine in New York's Hudson Valley. He has been described by his patients as a family member to thousands of families, and is a medical adviser to the volunteer ambulance corps in Kiryas Joel, New York. In March 2020, Dr. Zelenko's team was one of the first in the country to successfully treat thousands of Covid-19 patients in the prehospital setting. Dr. Zelenko developed his now famous “Zelenko Protocol,” which has saved countless lives worldwide, while he was fighting recurrent and metastatic sarcoma, had open heart surgery, and aggressive chemotherapy. He has also persevered against unrelenting defamation of character from the media, and threats against his person. Dr. Zelenko is an observant orthodox Jew, married with 8 children, and has authored two books called Metamorphosis and Essence to Essenc
Is An Autoimmune Condition Driving Your Raynaud's Syndrome? | This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health and Athletic GreensAutoimmune conditions are rising in prevalence and oftentimes if you have one, you are likely to have several. In some people who experience autoimmune conditions such as Sjogren's, rheumatoid arthritis, or lupus, Raynaud's Syndrome may be present. Raynaud's is an uncomfortable vascular condition affecting the small arteries, prompting them to spasm, and can have a big impact on quality of life. Symptoms can include numbness and pain in fingers, toes, ears, or nose when exposed to cold weather or stress. Raynaud's can also appear on its own in a milder form than if accompanied by another autoimmune condition. In this episode, Dr. Hyman discusses Raynaud's Syndrome with Dr. Cindy Geyer. They talk about who is at greatest risk of developing this condition and how it can lead to other more serious conditions such as high blood pressure, heart conditions, and stroke. They also explore the Functional Medicine approach to treating Raynaud's, including healing the gut and incorporating stress management techniques.Dr. Cindy Geyer received her Bachelor of Science and her Doctor of Medicine degrees, with honors, from the Ohio State University. She completed residency in internal medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, N.Y. and is triple board certified in internal medicine, integrative medicine, and lifestyle medicine. She joined The Ultrawellness Center in 2021 after practicing and serving as the medical director at Canyon Ranch for 23 years. She has served on the Board of Directors for the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and is a recently elected fellow of ACLM. Dr. Geyer has been a core faculty member at The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) for 20 years, teaching physicians and other healthcare professionals how to use food and lifestyle to address health concerns in their own lives and those of their patients. A clinician, educator, and avid hiker, she is passionate about collaborative approaches to health and wellness: from the integrative team model in working with individual patients, to community partnerships that together can affect healthy changes in the places people live and work.This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health and Athletic Greens.Rupa Health is a place for Functional Medicine practitioners to access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, Great Plains, and more. You can check out a free live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com. Athletic Greens is offering Doctor's Farmacy listeners a full year supply of their Vitamin D3/K2 Liquid Formula free with your first purchase, plus 5 free travel packs. Just go to athleticgreens.com/hyman to take advantage of this great offer.In this conversation, Dr. Hyman and Dr. Geyer discuss:Raynaud's Syndrome in relation to other autoimmune conditionsWhat is Raynaud's and who does it affect?How the arteries are affected in Raynaud'sHow Raynaud's is diagnosedWhat to look for to identify the root cause of Raynaud's and other autoimmune conditions Treating Raynaud's from a Functional Medicine perspectiveSupplements that can be helpful in the treatment of Raynaud's Additional ResourcesThree Steps to Reverse Autoimmune Disease with Dr. Terry WahlsTop Healthy Foods that Prevent & Treat Autoimmune Disease with Dr. Elroy VojdaniWhat Really Causes Autoimmune Disease with Dr. Todd LePineHow a Doctor Cured her Autoimmune Disease with Functional Medicine See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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What if you had an organization that was full of people who were laser focused on providing excellent customer service, so focused that it became part of the organizational DNA? Jake Poore knows that it's definitely possible, and he's going to talk all about how to bring some of that Disney magic to healthcare leadership. What does that mean? It means he and Integrated Loyalty Systems help you transform your culture and bridge the gap between what you deliver (clinical and healing expertise) and how you deliver it (human kindness). Register for the Marriage and Money, M.D. Summit for free!For physicians who want a stronger marriage and better path to building wealthJoin us for this incredible free online event November 15-17, 2021!Medical careers drain time and energy from physicians and their spouses, not to mention the crushing debt most doctors are faced with when they first come out of training. The Marriage and Money, M.D. summit is a free 3-day online eventthat will give physician families the tools, resources, and encouragement they need to strengthen their marriage and build wealth so they can have the happy family and financial independence they deserve!Click here to learn more and sign up for free today!Free Resource: Medical School Mess to Residency SuccessIf you're looking to make a change, you may be worried about the actual transition process. Are you worried that you don't have the skills to make a successful career change? If so, you'll want to download this free resource. It's a free pdf guide called “Medical School Mess to Residency Success.” It's a free pdf guide that will help you write a better CV, pick up some interviewing skills that'll blow your interviewers away, start paying off student loans, and get on a serious plan to eliminate debt so you have freedom and flexibility to go after the career that you deserve. It's not just for medical students and residents. This guide is for anyone looking to level up their interviewing and CV skills, pay off debt, and get ready for a career transition. Just click on the link to download the guide for free.Connect to Jake PooreWebsite: https://www.wecreateloyalty.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jakepoore/Join the Business and Personal Finance for Physicians and Dentists Facebook Group!Most physicians and dentists come out of training programs with a huge amount of personal debt and little to no idea of how to actually run a clinical practice. This Facebook community is for anyone who wants to learn more about how to manage their business more successfully and master their personal finances.
What does your life have in common with that of an astronaut? A lot, it turns out. Dan Mccollum returns to Stimulus to break down the skills learned by International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield as explained in his autobiography An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth. Listen on: iTunes Spotify Stitcher We Discuss: The pitfalls of thinking too highly of yourself. [1:46] On the importance of being a “plus one” and the wisdom of not proclaiming your plus-oneness. “If you're really a plus one, people will notice”. [2:23] Aim to be a zero -- having neutral impact. Observe and learn. Pitch in with the grunt work. Being a zero is a good way to get to plus one.[5:08] What Mccollum looks for in EM residency applicants: people who treat the receptionist or program administrator well. [8:00] Focus on the simple core things which are most likely to save lives, as opposed to shooting for the stars with cutting edge treatment. [8:48] On why the weight and power of ego impairs our ability to learn and harms patients. [11:04] Sweat the small stuff. [13:01] The quintessential nature of EM and how they're similar to flight rules: solving complex problems rapidly with incomplete information. [13:49] Why we should be using checklists, particularly when we think we don't have time for them. [14:47] Even when you follow all the rules, sometimes bad things happen. Perfectionism is not part of the flight rules. [15:49] Why early success is a terrible teacher. If you've always been the star and never experienced failure, this can be a barrier to learning. [18:27] Jocko Willink video, Good. When bad things happen and you get knocked down, “get up, dust off, reload, recalibrate, re-engage, and go out on the attack”. [20:13] When in a position of leadership, be careful with your words. Don't ridicule. The small things we do or say can have a big impact. [22:00] Expeditionary behavior is the willingness to endure hardships for the sake of the mission. And why whining poisons the pool. [24:13] References: An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield More stuff you'll want to know: To learn more about The Stimululs Podcast, sign up for newsletter, or contact us CLICK HERE If you like what you hear on Stimulus and use Apple/iTunes as your podcatcher, please consider leaving a review of the show. I read all the reviews and, more importantly, so do potential guests. Thanks in advance! Interested in sponsoring this podcast? Connect with us here Follow Rob: Twitter: https://twitter.com/emergencypdx Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stimuluswithrobormanmd Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/emergencypdx
This episode I discuss medical research on psychedelic compounds with Dr. Matthew Johnson, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. We discuss the biology and medical clinical-trial uses of psilocybin, MDMA, ayahuasca, DMT, and LSD. Dr. Johnson teaches us what the clinical trials in his lab are revealing about the potential these compounds hold for the treatment of depression, addiction, trauma, eating disorders, ADHD, and other disorders of the mind. Dr. Johnson describes a typical psychedelic experiment in his laboratory, start to finish, including the conditions for optimal clinical outcomes. And he explains some of the potential hazards and common misconceptions and pitfalls related to psychedelic medicine. Dr. Johnson explains flashbacks, the heightened risks of certain people and age groups using psychedelics and the ever evolving legal and pharmaceutical industry landscape surrounding psychedelics. Dr. Johnson also explains how the scientific study of psychedelics is likely to set the trajectory of psychiatric medicine in the years to come. Dr. Johnson is among a small handful of researchers who have pioneered the clinical study of these powerful compounds. He has unprecedented insight into how they can be woven into other psychiatric treatments, changing ones sense of self and of reality. Thank you to our sponsors: Athletic Greens - http://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman Belcampo - http://www.belcampo.com/huberman InsideTracker - http://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Dr. Matthew Johnson Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/drug_researcher Instagram: https://instagram.com/drug_researcher Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Website - https://hubermanlab.com Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network Links: Dr. Johnson's Website at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine - https://hopkinspsychedelic.org/johnson Chris Letheby's forthcoming book - https://amzn.to/3nMTaAs Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Dr. Matthew Johnson 00:02:10 Supporting Sponsors 00:06:40 ‘Psychedelics' Defined 00:14:09 Hallucinations, Synesthesia, Altered Space-Time Perception 00:19:56 Serotonin & Dopamine 00:23:50 Ketamine & Glutamate 00:28:00 An Example Psychedelic Experiment 00:37:30 ‘Letting Go' with Psychedelics 00:44:10 Our Mind's Eye 00:48:00 Redefining Your Sense of Self 00:58:56 Exporting Psychedelic Learnings to Daily Life 01:04:36 Flashbacks 01:12:10 Ayahuasca, & ASMR, Kundalini Breathing 01:15:54 MDMA, DMT 01:26:00 Dangers of Psychedelics, Bad Trips, Long-Lasting Psychosis 01:38:15 Micro-Dosing 01:56:45 Risks for Kids, Adolescents & Teenagers; Future Clinical Trials 02:03:40 Legal Status: Decriminalization vs. Legalization vs. Regulation 02:18:35 Psychedelics for Treating Concussion & Traumatic Brain Injury 02:27:45 Shifting Trends in Psychedelic Research, Academic Culture 02:44:23 Participating in a Clinical Trial, Online Survey Studies, Breathwork 02:50:38 Conclusions, Subscribing & Supporting the HLP, Supplements Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed. Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com
Are you trapped in your mind or body? Maybe both? Plant-based medicine can help you relax but it can also be a mode to recovery for anyone from athletes to addicts trying to rebuild what is broken. Gary Roberts is the founder and owner of Pure Body Zen, a firefighter, and the host of the Good Dudes Grow Podcast. After tragically losing his daughter to opioid addiction, Gary discovered the healing nature of cannabis products and set out on a mission to not only educate others about plant-based medicine but also help those struggling with their mental and physical heath find the path to recovery. On this episode of Underdog Empowerment, Gary tells Zach about his dream: to build a recovery center that uses plant-based medicine to help those suffering from addiction and trauma. He explains how the facility will embrace scientifically proven therapies, separating it from the experimental nature that is often associated with products like CBD. Listen in for an episode that will educate you on this natural healing process. Show Notes: https://underdogempowerment.com/plant-based-medicine Get More Involved: Leave A Review & Subscribe On iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/underdog-empowerment/id1373572178 Free A-to-Z roadmap on launching a top-shelf podcast: https://underdogempowerment.com/roadmap Access Our Top Resource Recommendations: https://underdogempowerment.com/resources/ Subscribe On YouTube: https://underdogempowerment.com/youtube
Probiotics are beneficial for everyone's gut and immune health, but they hold promise for helping with some conditions that are specific to men. Early data show that probiotics can improve specific male health concerns such as sexual dysfunction and prostatitis, and may even be useful for the increased risk of heart disease faced by men as well as a variety of other conditions such as sleep, depression. and cognitive function. All probiotics products are not created equal, so it's important to read labels and learn how to distinguish between good, mediocre, and even harmful products. Watch the video and learn more. https://drruscio.com/best-probiotics-for-men/ My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook/ If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://austinfm.com/ Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
How is it that our minds- complex and powerful beyond measure, capable of constructing skyscrapers and inventing life-saving procedures, can simultaneously be our greatest enemy? The answer may reside in our “chatter”, the ruminating, negative voice in our head that reminds us of our fears and insecurities while democratizing the human condition. On today's episode, we're diving deep into what “triggers” this inner voice and some very practical tools that can prevent it from overpowering our current condition. Ethan Kross is one of the world's leading experts on controlling the conscious mind. An award-winning professor in the University of Michigan's top ranked Psychology Department and its Ross School of Business, he is the director of the Emotion & Self Control Laboratory. Ethan has participated in policy discussion at the White House and has been interviewed about his research on CBS Evening News, Good Morning America, Anderson Cooper Full Circle, and NPR's Morning Edition. His research has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, The New England Journal of Medicine, and Science. We discuss: What is “chatter”, where does it come from and how can we nip it in the bud? 3 practical strategies to combat these negative thoughts and voices The benefit of creating a personal “chatter board of advisors” Tips for using and desiging your environment to quiet your mind Connect with Ethan: Via his website: https://www.ethankross.com/ Via Instagram: @ethankross Via Twitter: @ethan_kross Some of the chatter I have surrounds my lack of activity when I'm on the road and the toll travel takes on my body. Luckily, packing my SAGA BFR cuffs in my suitcase has helped immensely. If you're like me and want a tool to help you get a hard, efficient workout that you can take anywhere (including a hotel room), check out their WIRELESS BRF cuffs. Code BRETT20 will get you 20% OFF your order (nearly $50!). The Apprenticeship - Join us before the end of the year! Nashville: September 25-26th - SOLD OUT Cardiff (Wales): October 9-10th Asheville: November 13-14th
On this episode, we discuss the latest pharmacotherapy recommendations for asthma management based on the 2021 GINA guidelines. We review the various medication options as well as compare and contrast the different options for rescue/maintenance therapies. We also discuss the use of biologics in patients with worsening asthma and evidence of type-2 inflammation. Once again, we're partnering with freeCE for our listeners to claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for this podcast episode! Listeners will have the opportunity to claim 1 hour of home-study continuing education credit by visiting the following link in the description below: https://hubs.ly/H0Wz-bH0 For freeCE members, this service is included in your membership benefits at no additional cost! Simply follow the link provided to take the post-test and evaluation for this activity and earn your 1 hour of CE credit. Use the password OXYGEN (all caps) to unlock the post-test for this episode. If you are not currently a freeCE member, we invite you to unlock the benefits included with their unlimited membership on their CE platform. freeCE offers hundreds live webinars, on-demand webcasts, home study monographs, accredited CorConsult Rx podcasts, and now offering pharmacy news with the RX News Connection. From now until October 15th, 2021, CorConsult Rx listeners can receive $10 off the purchase of an unlimited membership by entering the discount code CCRX10 at checkout or by clicking the following link - https://hubs.ly/H0WzDBJ0 We also want to give a big thanks to the sponsor of today's episode, Pyrls. Pyrls is a drug reference for the next generation of healthcare providers. Quickly learn or reference drug information, medication counseling points, clinical pearls, comparison charts and more. CorConsult Rx listeners can sign up for free and download a 3-page asthma pharmacotherapy chart bundle. Visit www.pyrls.com/corconsultrx to register for your free account and get your asthma med charts. Also, make sure to download the convenient and user-friendly Pyrls mobile app for iOS or Android. Thanks for listening! If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers will have access to all previous and new pharmacotherapy lectures as well as downloadable Power Point slides for each lecture. You can find our account at the website below: www.patreon.com/corconsultrx If you have any questions for Cole or me, reach out to us on any of the following: Text - 415-943-6116 Mike - email@example.com Cole - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram and other social media platforms - @corconsultrx This podcast reviews current evidence-based medicine and pharmacy treatment options. This podcast is intended to be used for educational purposes only and is intended for healthcare professionals and students. This podcast is not for patients and not intended as advice or treatment.
Welcome to Libra season! In this episode, your host Eryn does a collective Libra season tarot reading for us to feel into how this energy wants to move through us. We talk pleasure, truth, reciprocal relationship + more. Plus, she talks about being a self-employed witch! Blog for this episode: www.living-open.com/blog/libra-season-medicine-2021 Check out the free class: Attract Your Ideal Customers Without Doing All The Things. Listen to my interview with business witch Sarah M Chappell: Building a Business that Works for You, Your Values & Your Needs. Register for Erotic Poetry Writing Class. Libra season, baby!
Thank you for joining us for another episode of the Low Carb MD Podcast. Dr. Jamie Seeman is a Board Certified OB-GYN and the host of the Fit and Fabulous podcast. She earned a B.S. in Exercise, Nutrition, and Health Sciences and earned her Doctor of Medicine degree at Nebraska School of Medicine. She completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Nebraska Medical College and is a fellow in Integrative Medicine at the Center for Integrative Medicine at The University of Arizona. Dr. Brad Winterstein is a Bariatric and General Surgeon practicing at Nebraska Methodist Hospital. He is Board Certified in General Surgery and completed his training and surgical residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. In this episode, Brian, Tro, Jamie, and Brad discuss Upgrade Performance Institute (Brad and Jamie's new joint project), Dexa Scan analysis, supplements and the supplement industry, and a medical care system that puts the power to be healthy back into the patients' hands. For more information, please see the links below. Thank you for listening! Links: Dr. Jamie Seeman: Upgrade Performance Institute Mid-City OB-GYN Instagram Email: email@example.com Dr. Brad Winterstein: Upgrade Performance Institute Nebraska Methodist Hospital Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Brian Lenzkes: Website Twitter Dr. Tro Kalayjian: Website Twitter Instagram
Gil and Sen are delighted to welcome Sara Thompson to discuss depictions of disability in tabletop games. Sara is the creator of the Combat Wheelchair for D&D, and of the Medicine on the Path supplement for The Witcher Pen & Paper RPG. SHOW NOTES 0m49s: Critical Role, with GM Matt Mercer. 3m35s: The D&D campaign Storm King's Thunder. 15m075s: The Greek god Hephaestus. 17m23s: Jennifer Kretchmer's Twitter. 21m35s: The thread in question, in which Sara describes Geralt as disabled and how that significantly affects his story. 25m08s: The Witcher: Baptism of Fire. 32m44s: Lauren Hissrich, showrunner of The Witcher TV show. 33m45s: A sample clip of the very silly Steve Martin film Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid. 46m46s: Amanda Leduk's book Disfigured: On Fairy Tales, Disability, and Making Space. 52m19s: The Witcher: A Tome of Chaos supplement for The Witcher RPG. 53m22s: The Combat Wheelchair was featured on Critical Role episode C2E113 A Heart Grown Cold (at least, we're pretty sure it was!). It was used by NPC Dagen Underthorn. Also, Critter Hug is a show with Critical Role participants Matthew Mercer and Mica Burton interviewing people in the tabletop community. Here's the episode with Sara; you might recognize a couple other friendly faces in the same episode!
In early 2020 Dr. Ardis lost his Father-in-law because of ill-advised hospital protocols. Since that time, he has been on a mission to help educate the public about the dangers to Americans, in many of our "institutes of health". All Websites referenced in this videoGet Dr. Ardis's Reports and Sign Up For Updates ► http://thedrardisshow.comGet Pharmaceuticals Such as Ivermectin and HCQ:► http://myfreedoctor.com► http://flccc.net► http://synergyhealthdpc.comCitations For 4 sStudies Done:New England Journal of Medicine: A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Ebola Virus Disease Therapeutics► https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1910993New England's Journal of Medicine: Compassionate Use of Remdesivir for Patients with Severe Covid-19► https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2007016Case report study of the first five COVID-19 patients treated with remdesivir in France► https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32619764/Remdesivir and Acute Renal Failure: A Potential Safety Signal From Disproportionality Analysis of the WHO Safety Database► https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33340409/► Sign Up For Our Newsletter! -https://bit.ly/flyovernewsletter► MEET US IN PERSON!! Text EVENTS to (816) 579-1144 to learn more► Watch ALL our content in FULL on Rumble! https://bit.ly/FlyoverRumble► Support Flyover - https://www.flyoverconservatives.com/donate► Use Promo Code “ Flyover” when checking out at www.MyPillow.com
"The same question could be asked about the joy and meaning in medicine. Where does it dwell? And the answer may be the same. It dwells wherever we choose to let joy and meaning in medicine into our physician-healer lives. As I look back upon my career, it saddens me to know that those doors to my dwelling were closed shut so often. For so often, I had not a clue as to where lay the key to unlock them. For so many years, this encounter would have been chalked up to another annoying, unfathomable “little old lady dizziness syndrome.” But, on that day, in that encounter, I was graced to have those doors opened by an 86-year-old, dizzy, square dancing roller skater. I hope the doors of that dwelling never close again." Scott Abramson is a neurologist who blogs at Doctor Wisdom. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Where does the joy and meaning in medicine dwell?" (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/07/where-does-the-the-joy-and-meaning-in-medicine-dwell.html)
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was challenged by the media because it looks like the government is restricting antibody treatment for red states. Press Secretary Psaki claims “that's not accurate,” but also says the administration does not have an unlimited supply of the antibody treatments. So which one is it, Psaki? Nicki Minaj goes to social media and compares America to communist China when it comes to questioning the vaccine and vaccine mandates. Fans of the rapper took to the streets and started to protest outside the CDC headquarters in Atlanta, GA. Are people starting to wake up? Pfizer is recalling Chantix due to high levels of carcinogens in the pills. Sen. Ted Cruz visits the border and UNLOADS on the Biden Administration for creating a crisis in the southern border. According to Sen. Cruz 10,503 illegal aliens came to the border after this administration decided to cancel deportation flights back to Haiti. Where's the MSM and why aren't they covering this more? Today's Sponsors: My audience gets 50% off today. No promo code necessary. Just head to https://CowgirlWine2021.com for the best wine! Right now, my listeners can get 15% off their Raycon order at https://BUYRAYCON.com/why Get free activation with the offer code NEWS! They always have special discounts for veterans and First Responders and for multi-line accounts. Support a company that loves America, loves you AND shares YOUR values https://PATRIOTMOBILE.com/NEWS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this nearly 2.5-hour episode, Dr. Rhonda Patrick and Dr. Roger Seheult and Kyle Allred of MedCram make a thoughtful, merit-based, and truly comprehensive discussion of COVID-19 vaccination. In addition to being a co-founder of MedCram Medical Lectures, Dr. Roger Seheult is, as you will find out in the conversation, a boots on the ground, critical care pulmonologist. For Dr. Seheult, COVID-19 is not just theory. He sees real sick people and for that reason brings a very special context to this conversation. Furthermore, Dr. Seheult is also an academic and educator. He is an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine and an Assistant Clinical Professor at the School of Medicine and Allied Health at Loma Linda University. He is quadruple-board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Diseases, Critical Care Medicine and Sleep Medicine through the American Board of Internal Medicine. In this episode, we discuss: Vaccination in the young and healthy Long-haul COVID Spike protein cytotoxicity COVID-19 Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) Antibody-dependent enhancement Fertility and biodistribution data Whether or not mRNA vaccines alter human DNA Current ivermectin evidence Delta-variant and breakthrough infections Viral evolution (virulence vs. immune escape) T-cell immunity vs. antibody immunity Watch the annotated video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pp-nPZETLTo Subscribe to MedCram on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/medcram/id1564795918 Subscribe to MedCram on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG-iSMVtWbbwDDXgXXypARQ
Nighttime Streetlights Are Stressing Out Urban Insects As insect populations—including bees, moths, and other pollinators—decline worldwide, researchers have established a variety of potential causes, including climate change, pesticides, and habitat loss. But now, new findings suggest yet another culprit may be part of the equation: night-time lighting, like street lights in populated areas. A team of entomologists in the United Kingdom looked at populations of moth caterpillars under street lights, compared to populations that lived in darkness all night. In conditions with night-time lighting, they found nearly half as many caterpillars, in some cases. In addition, caterpillars that grew up under street lights were bigger, suggesting that they might be stressed and attempting to rush into metamorphosis earlier than they should. Furthermore, the greatest threat seems to be coming from energy-efficient LED lights, whose bluer wavelengths may be more stressful than the warmer, redder light of older sodium bulbs. The team published their work in the journal Science Advanceslate last month. Guest host Umair Irfan talks to co-author Douglas Boyes about why nighttime lighting might be so bad for insects, and why ditching LED lights isn't actually the best solution. The Endemic End To The Pandemic Over the past year and a half, we've been talking about the COVID-19 pandemic. But there's another stage of global virus spread to consider as well—the endemic stage. Instead of a sudden cacophony of viral noise, you can think of it as a constant low-level hum, with occasional bleeps. Viruses such as the coronaviruses responsible for many colds, or the influenza virus, are already endemic worldwide. They're pretty much everywhere, all the time—and sometimes make you ill. But they don't usually threaten to overwhelm health systems the way COVID-19 is currently. Maureen Miller, an infectious disease epidemiologist and medical anthropologist at Columbia University, joins guest host Umair Irfan to talk about pivoting from pandemic to endemic conditions, and what past outbreaks can teach us for future health decisions. Charismatic Creature Carnival: Who Rules The Night? We're in week two of our Charismatic Creature Carnival, our celebration of six overlooked or unfairly maligned species that deserve a closer look. Our audience submitted our candidates, but only one will be crowned the very first carnival inductee into the Charismatic Creature Corner Hall of Fame. This week's friendly head-to-head battle is between the opossum and the aye-aye, submitted by listeners who remarked these creatures are cute, though unconventionally so. Defending the opossum is Lisa Walsh, postdoctoral researcher at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, based in Washington, D.C. Squaring up against them to support the aye-aye is Megan McGrath, education programs manager at the Duke Lemur Center in Durham, North Carolina. Find out how to participate in the final creature face-off and check out what you said about the last round between the mantis shrimp and the hellbender salamander!
Scientists Potty Train Cows To Lower Greenhouse Gasses Scientists have known it for a long time: Cattle are a major source of nitrogen emissions, contributing to the global warming crisis. Alternatives have been tossed around for years: from eating less meat to feeding cows seaweed. Now, a new study out of Germany and New Zealand has a more outside-the-box solution: potty-training calves. Scientists trained cows to pee in just one spot—dubbed the “MooLoo”—so their urine can be cleaned before it seeps into the environment. Most calves got the hang of it within 20-25 pees. Joining guest host Umair Irfan to talk about this and other science stories of the week is Roxanne Khamsi, science journalist based in Montreal, Quebec. With Worsening Wildfire Seasons, How Can We Learn To Live With Them? It's another record year for fire in the American West, with more than two million acres already burning in the state of California, and the Dixie Fire alone well on its way to a million acres—if it gets that big, it would be the second “gigafire” on record, after 2020's August Complex fire. As climate change and human habitation collide in worsening fire seasons, what is the long-term outlook? Guest host Umair Irfan talks to fire scientist Crystal Kolden about the way fires are changing as we change the landscape, and what coexisting with fire can look like—including learning from the time-proven burning and forestry practices of Indigenous peoples of the West. Do I Really Need 10,000 Steps A Day? Scientists Say 7,000 Is Fine You've probably heard someone say that they have to “get their steps in.” But does the number of steps you take in a day actually matter? For years, there was a mythology around the health benefits of walking 10,000 steps a day. But it turned out that number wasn't based on actual data—it grew out of a marketing effort in Japan from a pedometer company in the 1960s. Now, Amanda Paluch, an assistant professor of kinesiology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, has published a paper—based on actual data—to help answer this question in the academic journal JAMA Network Open. Mining data collected by the CARDIA cohort study, they compared the overall health outcomes of people who walked less than 7,000 steps a day, those logging 7,000 to 10,000 steps, and those trekking over 10,000. They found that people who walked over 7,000 steps a day had a significant decrease in mortality, compared to people who took fewer steps. They're still trying to tease out exactly what health benefits the steps may bring. Paluch joins guest host Umair Irfan to talk about the research, and what you should know about how walking might improve health. NASA Scientist Answers Kids' Questions About The Mars Rover It was big news last week when the Mars rover Perseverance collected its first rock samples. And just in time, we invited young listeners in our audience to ask research scientist Katie Stack Morgan of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory some of their most pressing questions about the Mars 2020 mission. Questions like, “How do samples get back to Earth from Mars?” And, “How does Perseverance dust itself off … if it can?
Joe Biden now has an interesting cough situation during his speeches. Nicki Minaj has some words about American cancel culture. An incredible Pathead, Scott Martin, (@WeAreDOOOOMEDD on Twitter) put together a well-thought-out video montage of Pat Gray's new greatest hits album. There is another border crisis: Thousands of Haitians are camping and sleeping under a long highway overpass. The numbers show that ivermectin is proving to work in India: The country has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the world per capita and still has incredibly low COVID cases and deaths. Yet America's leadership is against it because Trump was/is for it. The guys who created the drug, William Campbell and Satoshi Omura, won the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine. CNN's Don Lemon said, “They are stupid ... and it's time to start shaming them,” when talking about the unvaccinated. More On Trivia: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens. A third-world country promises you at least 12 days of immunity from a third vaccine booster shot. So the Earth is flat and now the sun is “small and local"? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How To Improve Focus And Attention | This episode is brought to you by Athletic GreensPreserving, supporting, and strengthening brain function is crucial to aging optimally. While we once thought that declining brain function was a given as you get older, we now know that our brain's have the ability to change structure and function all throughout our lives. Our diets and quality of sleep are crucial for a well functioning brain but so is our ability to harness focus and attention.In this mini-episode Dr. Hyman speaks to Dr. Andrew Huberman about enhancing neuroplasticity to support learning, memory, alertness, and attention. He also speaks with Jim Kwik about the science of learning how to learn.Dr. Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist and tenured Professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He has made numerous important contributions to the fields of brain development, brain function, and neural plasticity, which is the ability of our nervous system to rewire and learn new behaviors, skills, and cognitive functioning. Dr. Huberman is a McKnight Foundation and Pew Foundation Fellow and was awarded the Cogan Award in 2017, which is given to the scientist making the largest discoveries in the study of vision. His lab's most recent work focuses on the influence of vision and respiration on human performance and brain states such as fear and courage. Work from the Huberman Laboratory at Stanford University School of Medicine has been published in top journals including Nature, Science, and Cell and has been featured in TIME, BBC, Scientific American, Discover, and other top media outlets.Jim Kwik is the founder of Kwik Learning and a widely recognized world expert in speed-reading, memory improvement, brain performance, and accelerated learning. For over two decades he has served as the brain coach to many of the world's leading C-suite executives and celebrities. After a childhood brain injury left him learning-challenged, Jim created strategies to dramatically enhance his mental performance. He has since dedicated his life to helping others unleash their true brainpower to learn faster and perform smarter. His recent book, Limitless, provides the keys to accelerated learning and endless potential. This episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens. Athletic Greens is offering Doctor's Farmacy listeners a full year supply of their Vitamin D3/K2 Liquid Formula free with your first purchase, plus 5 free travel packs. Just go to athleticgreens.com/hyman to take advantage of this great offer. Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Andrew Huberman, “How to Rewire Your Brain For Sleep” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrAndrewHubermanFind Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Jim Kwik, “How To Upgrade Your Brain And Learn Faster” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/JimKwik See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/cook He's back... ...one of my most popular podcast guests of all time. I recently flew down to Dr. Matthew Cook's office in San Jose, at a location called BioReset™️ Medical, for a cutting-edge knee repair protocol, similar to the type of new knee and cartilage fixing science you can read about here. Of course, we just had to get on the mics to record a podcast for you, and in addition to talking all things cutting-edge joint therapy, peptides, and regenerative medicine, we also delved into what I consider to be one of the most important discussions I've ever had on my show—particularly related to worldwide health, Covid, vaccinations, long-haul Covid syndrome, and perhaps the most important consideration of all: whether or not I personally plan to get vaccinated (I think you'll be quite surprised at the ultimate outcome of the discussion, which begins about the 38:00 mark). He is President and Founder of BioReset™️ Medical and Medical Advisor of BioReset Network. He is a board-certified anesthesiologist with over 20 years of experience in practicing medicine, focusing the last 14 years on functional and regenerative medicine. He graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine and completed his residency in anesthesiology at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), and has completed a fellowship in functional medicine. Dr. Matthew Cook's early career as an anesthesiologist and medical director of an outpatient surgery center that specialized in sports medicine and orthopedic procedures provided invaluable training in the skills that are needed to become a leader in the emerging field of regenerative medicine. His practice, BioReset™️ Medical, provides treatments for conditions ranging from pain and complex illness to anti-aging and wellness. He treats some of the most challenging to diagnose and difficult to live with ailments that people suffer from today, including Lyme disease, chronic pain, PTSD, and mycotoxin illness. Dr. Cook's approach is to use the most non-invasive, natural, and integrative treatments possible. In this discussion with Dr. Matthew Cook, you'll discover: -The circumstances that brought Ben to Matt's office most recently...09:20 -Why Ben's knee got worse and not better with all the treatment it received...16:50 -A new protocol that allows joint healing without invasive surgery...21:00 -Dr. Matthew Cook and his take on Covid and vaccines...38:05 -Concerns with toxins and microplastics in the vaccines...45:00 -Dr. Matthew Cook and his thoughts on alternative, non-vaccine treatments for Covid and the vaccine...49:45 -How effective are peptides at preventing or treating Covid...56:40 -What are the best vaccination options available?...1:00:45 -Should someone who has had Covid be a pariah in society if they aren't vaccinated?...1:12:15 -Ben's thoughts on vaccines after this discussion with Dr. Matthew Cook...1:15:25 -Will Ben Greenfield get the Covid vaccine, or will he not?...1:19:40 -And much more! Upcoming Events: Join me and my wife Jessa at Runga for The Gathering. Click here to grab one of the very limited spots we have open to the public for The Gathering at Runga (October 7-9, 2021). Las Vegas Keto Expo (October 15-16, 2021). Ben will be speaking at the Las Vegas Keto Expo along with 13 other keto experts. The first 300 guests to register here will get a free drink chip for the poolside party and a free t-shirt. Keep up on Ben's LIVE appearances by following bengreenfieldfitness.com/calendar Episode sponsors: -Kion Aminos: Building blocks for muscle recovery, reduced cravings, better cognition, immunity, and more. -JOOVV: After using the Joovv for close to 2 years, it's the only light therapy device I'd ever recommend. Give it a try: you won't be disappointed. For a limited time, Joovv wants to hook you up with an exclusive discount on your first order. Just apply code BEN to your qualifying order. -Butcher Box: Delivers healthy 100% grass-fed and finished beef, free-range organic chicken, and heritage breed pork directly to your door on a monthly basis. All their products are humanely raised and NEVER given antibiotics or hormones. -Organifi Green Juice: Now you can get all your healthy superfoods in one glass...with No Shopping, No Blending, No Juicing, and No Cleanup. Get a 20% discount on your entire order when you use discount code BENG20. https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/cook
Help for depression could come from your next meal! There are many foods that can help ward off the blues, but there are also just as many that can cause you to become depressed. Dr. Neal Barnard separates the good foods from the bad and reveals the best diet for depression when he joins "The Weight Loss Champion" Chuck Carroll on The Exam Room LIVE. These questions are answered from the Doctor's Mailbag: - What are the best foods to fight depression? - Can a vegan diet help improve depression? - Will junk food help depression or make the symptoms worse? - Why do we crave junk food when we're depressed? - What are the most important nutrients for mental health? - Plus, many more! This episode of The Exam Room™ Podcast is sponsored by The Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund, which supports organizations like the Physicians Committee that carry on Greg's passion and love for animals through rescue efforts, veganism, and wildlife conservation. — — — Gregory J. Reiter Memorial Fund https://gregoryreiterfund.org — — — Chuck Carroll IG: @ChuckCarrollWLC Twitter: @ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: http://wghtloss.cc/ChuckFacebook — — — Dr. Neal Barnard Twitter: @drnealbarnard IG: @drnealbarnard Facebook: http://bit.ly/DrBarnardFB — — — Barnard Medical Center Appointments https://bit.ly/BMCtelemed 202-527-7500 — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or many other podcast providers. Don't forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!
Megyn Kelly is joined by Professor of Medicine at Stanford University, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, to discuss the latest study on COVID hospitalizations, why the numbers are misleading and the important distinction between patients who are hospitalized “with” COVID and “from” COVID. Entrepreneur and author of “Woke, Inc.” Vivek Ramaswamy and Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business Scott Galloway also join Megyn to discuss the geopolitical consequences of wokeism, Facebook's secret study on it's platforms' harmful effects on teenage girls, why young men are not going to college, why our idolatry of innovators is so dangerous, why Elon Musk may not be a great role model, and much more. Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: Twitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow