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Escaping Samsara
Buddhist Women Miniseries Ep.2 with Shaila Catherine

Escaping Samsara

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 87:58


Shaila Catherine is the founder of Insight Meditation South Bay, a meditation group in Silicon Valley, and also Bodhi Courses, an online Buddhist classroom. She has been practicing meditation since 1980, with more than nine years of accumulated silent retreat experience. She has taught since 1996 in the USA, and internationally. Shaila studied with several Asian masters in India, Thailand, and Nepal, including H. W. L. Poonja, Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche, and Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, in addition to the founders of several western meditation centers including Christopher Titmuss and Joseph Goldstein. She completed a one-year intensive meditation retreat with the focus on concentration and jhana, and authored Focused and Fearless: A Meditator's Guide to States of Deep Joy, Calm, and Clarity. Shaila practiced under the guidance of Venerable Pa-Auk Sayadaw from 2006-2015, and authored Wisdom Wide and Deep: A Practical Handbook for Mastering Jhana and Vipassana to help make this traditional approach to meditative training accessible to western practitioners.In 2014, Shaila founded Bodhi Courses to develop and offer teachings in an online classroom.

The Grey Rooms
S4 Miniseries - DESCENT INTO HELL - Part 5: Father's Day

The Grey Rooms

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 32:49


SEASON 4 MINISERIES - DESCENT INTO HELL - "Part 5: Father's Day"Written by Mark TowseThe day has finally arrived. John puts the final puzzle pieces in place and hopes to curry favor with middle management. Carefully laid plans unfold in a hellish blaze of unholy glory that will reverberate throughout the town.Attempting to get back the family he feels was wrongfully taken has been his burning obsession, and John will take the whole building down with him to get what he deserves.• Graham Rowat as John / Narrator / Eric / Jake• Jason Wilson as James• Sarah Ruth Thomas as Rebecca / Katie / OliviaEPISODE CONTENT WARNINGS• NonePODCAST CREDITS• Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor• JM Scherf - Musical Composition, Performance• Michael Zenke - Season Narrative, Writer, Editor• Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Social Media, Actor• Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork, Web Design, Merch, Creative Direction• Brooks Bigley - Social Media, Patreon, Show Notes, Behind the Door Host/Producer• Hail Scherf - Videography Director• N.M. Brown - Assistant Sound Engineer• Tori Miller - Community Managerwww.thegreyrooms.comDo you like what we have been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. It also allows us to create even more content exclusively for patrons as we continue to expand the Grey Rooms world.www.patreon.com/ThegreyroomsYour monthly donations also pay for the authors who write our episodes and the actors who perform them. This allows for the world at large to hear and embrace our story. Thanks for being part of our community and supporting us!EXTRA STUFF• Want to join the Grey Rooms Family and get your story featured in Season 5? Check out our submissions guidelines and write to your bloody heart's content!https://thegreyrooms.com/season-5-submissions/• We continue to rank on the Top 30 Thriller Book Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/thriller_book_podcasts/• We continue to rank on the Top 15 Horror Story Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/horror_story_podcasts/• Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com• Listen to us on Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7p3D98H06RfUWkusfLIrUX• Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8lbFMzrrKp0e0cpk6KY9Ig• Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus so much more bonus content at www.patreon.com/thegreyrooms• You can also make a one-time donation at http://paypal.me/thegreyroomspodcast• Buy our merch at the TeePublic link below!www.teepublic.com/stores/the-grey-rooms?ref_id=8845&utm_campaign=The%2BGrey%2BRooms&utm_medium=8845&utm_source=affiliateSOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS• Redditwww.reddit.com/r/thegreyrooms/• Facebook Pagewww.facebook.com/thegreyroomspod/• Facebook Group for Emotional Supportwww.facebook.com/groups/thegreyrooms• Instagramwww.instagram.com/thegreyroomspodcast/• Twitterhttps://twitter.com/GreyRoomsPod• Discordhttps://discord.gg/4d93pFZWe have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us and other fans about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is very active there. The Warden and Bob also drop in now and again to keep the fans screaming and yelling. For entertainment purposes, of course.Thank you for supporting our show!The Grey Rooms Productions ℗ 2021

The Full Force
COMICS NEWS BURST!! IDW ANNOUNCES G.I. JOE SATURDAY MORNING ADVENTURES MINI SERIES!!

The Full Force

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 3:56


How to Survive the End of the World
Sibling Miniseries #9: Benji and Maya Hart

How to Survive the End of the World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 64:25


Our youngest organizer siblings join the Brown sisters to discuss their journeys of becoming radical, with stories on queerness, Blackness and parenting. Music by Tunde Olaniran and Mother Cyborg TRANSCRIPT HTS ESSENTIALS SUPPORT Our Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/Endoftheworldshow PEEP us on IG https://www.instagram.com/endoftheworldpc/ TWEET @ us https://twitter.com/endoftheworldPC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/how-to-survive-the-end-of-the-world/message

Shopify Masters | The ecommerce business and marketing podcast for ambitious entrepreneurs
Product Development Process of an 8-Figure Skincare Company | Bushbalm Miniseries EP 2

Shopify Masters | The ecommerce business and marketing podcast for ambitious entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 37:45


To watch this episode visit our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2ASIvPUTSc David Gaylord, the co-founder of Bushbalm will share the product development learnings of: Ideation for their first hero product Finding the ideal production partner and  how they work with chemists Incorporating data and marketing trends into product development How to  manage large orders from retail partners For more on Bushbalm and transcript: https://www.shopify.com/blog/bushbalm-product-development?utm_campaign=shopifymasters&utm_medium=description&utm_source=podcast

The Grey Rooms
S4 Miniseries - DESCENT INTO HELL - Part 4: Hell Season

The Grey Rooms

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 46:23


SEASON 4 MINISERIES - DESCENT INTO HELL - "Part 4: Hell Season"Written by Mark TowseJohn continues to shape his new family but is confronted with resistance. It's time to bring in the next piece. The town continues to rage back on Earth and Trevor just wants to find his daughter before something else does. A bargain is offered.What is that at the end of the tunnel?• Graham Rowat as John / Narrator / Eric / Trevor / Add'l Voices• Jason Wilson as James• Sarah Ruth Thomas as Rebecca / Katie / Add'l VoicesEPISODE CONTENT WARNINGS• Depiction of rotting human bodiesPODCAST CREDITS• Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor• JM Scherf - Musical Composition, Performance• Michael Zenke - Season Narrative, Writer, Editor• Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Social Media, Actor• Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork, Web Design, Merch, Creative Direction• Brooks Bigley - Social Media, Patreon, Show Notes, Behind the Door Host/Producer• Hail Scherf - Videography Director• N.M. Brown - Assistant Sound Engineer• Tori Miller - Community Managerwww.thegreyrooms.comDo you like what we have been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. It also allows us to create even more content exclusively for patrons as we continue to expand the Grey Rooms world.www.patreon.com/ThegreyroomsYour monthly donations also pay for the authors who write our episodes and the actors who perform them. This allows for the world at large to hear and embrace our story. Thanks for being part of our community and supporting us!EXTRA STUFF• Want to join the Grey Rooms Family and get your story featured in Season 5? Check out our submissions guidelines and write to your bloody heart's content!https://thegreyrooms.com/season-5-submissions/• We continue to rank on the Top 30 Thriller Book Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/thriller_book_podcasts/• We continue to rank on the Top 15 Horror Story Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/horror_story_podcasts/• Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com• Listen to us on Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7p3D98H06RfUWkusfLIrUX• Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8lbFMzrrKp0e0cpk6KY9Ig• Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus so much more bonus content at www.patreon.com/thegreyrooms• You can also make a one-time donation at http://paypal.me/thegreyroomspodcast• Buy our merch at the TeePublic link below!www.teepublic.com/stores/the-grey-rooms?ref_id=8845&utm_campaign=The%2BGrey%2BRooms&utm_medium=8845&utm_source=affiliateSOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS• Redditwww.reddit.com/r/thegreyrooms/• Facebook Pagewww.facebook.com/thegreyroomspod/• Facebook Group for Emotional Supportwww.facebook.com/groups/thegreyrooms• Instagramwww.instagram.com/thegreyroomspodcast/• Twitterhttps://twitter.com/GreyRoomsPod• Discordhttps://discord.gg/4d93pFZWe have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us and other fans about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is very active there. The Warden and Bob also drop in now and again to keep the fans screaming and yelling. For entertainment purposes, of course.Thank you for supporting our show!The Grey Rooms Productions ℗ 2021

Masters of Our Domain
**PREVIEW** Twilight Mini-Series: New Moon (2009) Feat. Andrew Law and Ben McLeay

Masters of Our Domain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 132:07


Full episode on Patreon for $5+ subscribers here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/twilight-mini-58708184 Returning champions Ben McLeay (@thomasviolence) and Andrew Law (@illybocean) from Boonta Vista join Milo (@milo_edwards) and Phoebe (@prhroy) to have their brains ripped apart by a film with no discernible internal logic... Follow us on twitter @mastersofpod!

ARC Talk
ARC Talk: Introducing our New Omnichannel Chatter Miniseries

ARC Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 18:08


This podcast episode kicks off a special miniseries of ARC Talk called Omnichannel Chatter. ARC's Sarah Boyd and Shelly Younger introduce what omnichannel retailing means and how it fits into the complex world of travel. Follow the ARC Talk podcast on our social media—LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube—as well as what's trending in travel data by following #ARCdata.

The Grey Rooms
S4 Miniseries - DESCENT INTO HELL - Part 3: The Humming

The Grey Rooms

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 32:05


SEASON 4 MINISERIES - DESCENT INTO HELL - "Part 3: The Humming"Written by Mark TowseJohn turns his attention to a newer recruit in a bid to distract from the bureaucracy of middle management. Things back on Earth seem to be devolving as carnage and mayhem are leaking into the daily lives of town folk. Rebecca is having nightmares no child should bear. Her Mother isn't doing a thing to soothe her.In a world where many people come from a broken home, making a family out of broken people seems inevitable. John desperately misses his family…• Graham Rowat as John / Narrator / Eric• Jason Wilson as James• Sarah Ruth Thomas as Rebecca / Mother• Sarah Rhea Werner as Radio NewscasterEPISODE CONTENT WARNINGS• Depictions of multiple gruesome murders of children and adults• Scene involving dead newbornPODCAST CREDITS• Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor• JM Scherf - Musical Composition, Performance• Michael Zenke - Season Narrative, Writer, Editor• Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Social Media, Actor• Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork, Web Design, Merch, Creative Direction• Brooks Bigley - Social Media, Patreon, Show Notes, Behind the Door Host/Producer• Hail Scherf - Videography Director• N.M. Brown - Assistant Sound Engineer• Tori Miller - Community Managerwww.thegreyrooms.comDo you like what we have been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. It also allows us to create even more content exclusively for patrons as we continue to expand the Grey Rooms world.www.patreon.com/ThegreyroomsYour monthly donations also pay for the authors who write our episodes and the actors who perform them. This allows for the world at large to hear and embrace our story. Thanks for being part of our community and supporting us!EXTRA STUFF• Want to join the Grey Rooms Family and get your story featured in Season 5? Check out our submissions guidelines and write to your bloody heart's content!https://thegreyrooms.com/season-5-submissions/• We continue to rank on the Top 30 Thriller Book Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/thriller_book_podcasts/• We continue to rank on the Top 15 Horror Story Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/horror_story_podcasts/• Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com• Listen to us on Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7p3D98H06RfUWkusfLIrUX• Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8lbFMzrrKp0e0cpk6KY9Ig• Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus so much more bonus content at www.patreon.com/thegreyrooms• You can also make a one-time donation at http://paypal.me/thegreyroomspodcast• Buy our merch at the TeePublic link below!www.teepublic.com/stores/the-grey-rooms?ref_id=8845&utm_campaign=The%2BGrey%2BRooms&utm_medium=8845&utm_source=affiliateSOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS• Redditwww.reddit.com/r/thegreyrooms/• Facebook Pagewww.facebook.com/thegreyroomspod/• Facebook Group for Emotional Supportwww.facebook.com/groups/thegreyrooms• Instagramwww.instagram.com/thegreyroomspodcast/• Twitterhttps://twitter.com/GreyRoomsPod• Discordhttps://discord.gg/4d93pFZWe have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us and other fans about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is very active there. The Warden and Bob also drop in now and again to keep the fans screaming and yelling. For entertainment purposes, of course.Thank you for supporting our show!The Grey Rooms Productions ℗ 2021

Wheatgrass and Champagne
Energetic Healing Mini Series Ep.5 | Using our Senses to Change our Energy Part 2: Smell & Sight

Wheatgrass and Champagne

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 28:14


This week we continue on with the Energetic Healing Mini Series by diving into our physical senses of Touch, Sound, Sight and Smell. All of these are forms of energy we use to navigate the world and we can use them to our benefit to raise our vibration and heal physically. Learn how in this 2 part episode. In this episode: Smell and Aromatherapy Essential Oils Light Therapy, Phototherapy Color Therapy, Chromatherapy Red Light versus Blue Light Red Light versus Infrared Light And how to implement some of these energetic healing modalities into your daily routine Next week in Part 2: Smell & Aromatherapy - Essential oils Light - Phototherapy & Chromatherapy ******************************************************* The Energetic Healing Mini Series is designed to help you discover the various energy healing modalities available to unlock the power of the body to heal itself and overcome those physical ailments once and for all. We dive into the science of energy medicine. Episodes include: *Parasite Cleansing - How pathogens steal our consciousness *Anxiety & Energy- A different take on anxiety *Chakras- How these energy centers related to the physical body *Past Life Regression - How going back helps you move forward *Reiki - Healing Energy of the Hands *Sound/Light/Smell/Touch - How our senses heal us *Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture - More than just needles in random places *Mediums/Intuitives- *Balancing Feminine & Masculine Energy - Bring Harmony into your life ____________________________________________________________ Connect with your Host Mandi Rose @mandirose1111 Join our Holistic Soul Sister Facebook Community HERE Check out Holistic Soul Sister TV on Youtube HERE    Intro and outro music by Thomas Xavier - Producer & Master Engineer Find him on Soundcloud

NASACast Audio
Introducing the Webb Space Telescope Mini-Series

NASACast Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


NASA is preparing to launch the largest and most powerful space telescope ever constructed. Join us for a special James Webb Space Telescope mini-series as we explore the science, engineering, people, and launch of this historic mission.

NASA's Curious Universe
Introducing the Webb Space Telescope Mini-Series

NASA's Curious Universe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


NASA is preparing to launch the largest and most powerful space telescope ever constructed. Join us for a special James Webb Space Telescope mini-series as we explore the science, engineering, people, and launch of this historic mission.

Stanford Medcast
Episode 28: Hot Topics Mini-series - Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

Stanford Medcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 24:01


Dr. Curtis Langlotz, Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Informatics and Director of the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging at Stanford University, shares his insight about the current state of research in AI and how it is currently used in medicine and where it is going in the future. The discussion will also address how healthcare systems can prepare to take advantage of new AI tools as they are developed. Clinicians are encouraged to learn about AI and how it can help them in their practices. CME Information: https://stanford.cloud-cme.com/medcastepisode28 Claim CE: https://stanford.cloud-cme.com/Form.aspx?FormID=995

The Grey Rooms
S4 Miniseries - DESCENT INTO HELL - Part 2: The Boy in the Mirror

The Grey Rooms

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 30:36


SEASON 4 MINISERIES - DESCENT INTO HELL - "Part 2: The Boy in the Mirror"Written by Mark TowseJohn grapples with his new role as an agent of chaos. His next project hits close to home but may just be the ticket he needs to advance his ranking; a young soul on the verge of embracing full evil who just needs a mentor for guidance. If he can't produce results, John will be sent back to that grisly night in the barn, forever stuck in a looping nightmare of fiery anguish and sorrow. This isn't Hell. This is worse.• Graham Rowat as John / Narrator / Eric / Add'l Voices• Jason Wilson as James• Sarah Ruth Thomas as Olivia / Eric's mom / Add'l VoicesEPISODE CONTENT WARNINGS• Child violence against a parentPODCAST CREDITS• Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor• JM Scherf - Musical Composition, Performance• Michael Zenke - Season Narrative, Writer, Editor• Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Social Media, Actor• Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork, Web Design, Merch, Creative Direction• Brooks Bigley - Social Media, Patreon, Show Notes, Behind the Door Host/Producer• Hail Scherf - Videography Director• N.M. Brown - Assistant Sound Engineer• Tori Miller - Community ManagerDo you like what we have been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. It also allows us to create even more content exclusively for patrons as we continue to expand the Grey Rooms world.www.patreon.com/ThegreyroomsYour monthly donations also pay for the authors who write our episodes and the actors who perform them. This allows for the world at large to hear and embrace our story. Thanks for being part of our community and supporting us!EXTRA STUFF• Want to join the Grey Rooms Family and get your story featured in Season 5? Check out our submissions guidelines and write to your bloody heart's content!https://thegreyrooms.com/season-5-submissions/• We continue to rank on the Top 30 Thriller Book Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/thriller_book_podcasts/• We continue to rank on the Top 15 Horror Story Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/horror_story_podcasts/• Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com• Listen to us on Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7p3D98H06RfUWkusfLIrUX• Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8lbFMzrrKp0e0cpk6KY9Ig• Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus so much more bonus content at www.patreon.com/thegreyrooms• You can also make a one-time donation at http://paypal.me/thegreyroomspodcast• Buy our merch at the TeePublic link below!www.teepublic.com/stores/the-grey-rooms?ref_id=8845&utm_campaign=The%2BGrey%2BRooms&utm_medium=8845&utm_source=affiliateSOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS• Redditwww.reddit.com/r/thegreyrooms/• Facebook Pagewww.facebook.com/thegreyroomspod/• Facebook Group for Emotional Supportwww.facebook.com/groups/thegreyrooms• Instagramwww.instagram.com/thegreyroomspodcast/• Twitterhttps://twitter.com/GreyRoomsPod• We have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us and other fans about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is very active there. The Warden and Bob also drop in now and again to keep the fans screaming and yelling. For entertainment purposes, of course. Join us here: https://discord.gg/4d93pFZThank you for supporting our show!The Grey Rooms Productions ℗ 2021

Unconventional Leaders
Taking Responsibility & Owning Your Dreams (Mini Series Pt 2)

Unconventional Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 11:18


We are continuing our series on taking responsibility. Today we are looking at owning our dreams, realizing what we really desire and not being talked out of what we know in our bones we are called to do. CONNECT WITH US! SIGN UP FOR FIDGET FRIDAY: https://www.heatherparady.com/fidgetfriday INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/heatherparady/ FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/645500432309046 YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/heatherparady --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unconventionalleaders/message

Welcome to the Field
SPECIAL MINI-SERIES: RACE & RACISM IN CHILD WELFARE Part 2- Children of Color in the Child Welfare System

Welcome to the Field

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 36:25


Join Tabitha Moore as she explores critical themes in Race & Racism in Child Welfare with Dr. Ken Hardy. In this series Tabitha and Ken explore critical themes in race/racism as they relate to the Child Welfare Workforce, Caregivers, and children and youth of color in the child welfare system. Please note- although each episode in this mini-series does have a distinct focus, our hope is that you listen to all three, in the order of their release, as some of the concepts Tabitha and Ken discuss will build on ideas from the previous episode. Part 2  Focuses on the experiences, strengths and needs, of children of color in the child welfare system.  

The Grey Rooms
S4 Miniseries - DESCENT INTO HELL - Part 1: Last Laugh

The Grey Rooms

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 53:12


SEASON 4 MINISERIES - DESCENT INTO HELL - "Part 1: Last Laugh"Written by Mark TowseJohn is stuck in a cycle of losing everything dear to him. The cruelties in life show no mercy as they strip him down to his naked soul in a succession of failures. Even after taking matters into his own hands and exacting a most brutal revenge, John finds himself worse off than ever before. He will never win at any of this.It has been said that once a person hits rock bottom, they have nowhere else to go but up. John is about to prove this wrong. You can also go to Hell...• Graham Rowat as John / Narrator / Add'l Voices• Sarah Ruth Thomas as Evie / Olivia / Jessica / Add'l Voices• Jason Wilson as JamesEPISODE CONTENT WARNINGS• Death of a child• Multiple deaths by immolation• Murder-suicide of a familyPODCAST CREDITS• Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor• JM Scherf - Musical Composition, Performance• Michael Zenke - Season Narrative, Writer, Editor• Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Social Media, Actor• Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork, Web Design, Merch, Creative Direction• Brooks Bigley - Social Media, Patreon, Show Notes, Behind the Door Host/Producer• Hail Scherf - Videography Director• N.M. Brown - Assistant Sound Engineer• Tori Miller - Community Managerwww.thegreyrooms.comDo you like what we have been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. It also allows us to create even more content exclusively for patrons as we continue to expand the Grey Rooms world.www.patreon.com/ThegreyroomsYour monthly donations also pay for the authors who write our episodes and the actors who perform them. This allows for the world at large to hear and embrace our story. Thanks for being part of our community and supporting us!EXTRA STUFF• Want to join the Grey Rooms Family and get your story featured in Season 5? Check out our submissions guidelines and write to your bloody heart's content!https://thegreyrooms.com/season-5-submissions/• We continue to rank on the Top 30 Thriller Book Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/thriller_book_podcasts/• We continue to rank on the Top 15 Horror Story Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/horror_story_podcasts/• Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com• Listen to us on Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7p3D98H06RfUWkusfLIrUX• Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8lbFMzrrKp0e0cpk6KY9Ig• Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus so much more bonus content at www.patreon.com/thegreyrooms• You can also make a one-time donation at http://paypal.me/thegreyroomspodcast• Buy our merch at the TeePublic link below!www.teepublic.com/stores/the-grey-rooms?ref_id=8845&utm_campaign=The%2BGrey%2BRooms&utm_medium=8845&utm_source=affiliateSOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS• Redditwww.reddit.com/r/thegreyrooms/• Facebook Pagewww.facebook.com/thegreyroomspod/• Facebook Group for Emotional Supportwww.facebook.com/groups/thegreyrooms• Instagramwww.instagram.com/thegreyroomspodcast/• Twitterhttps://twitter.com/GreyRoomsPod• Discordhttps://discord.gg/4d93pFZWe have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us and other fans about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is very active there. The Warden and Bob also drop in now and again to keep the fans screaming and yelling. For entertainment purposes, of course.Thank you for supporting our show!The Grey Rooms Productions ℗ 2021

All Home Care Matters
Alzheimer's What it Is and What it Looks Like (Mini-Series Part 1)

All Home Care Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 20:37


Today's episode will be the first in a series on the seven stages of Alzheimer's. For the first episode, we are going to be discussing what Alzheimer's is and what the common signs and symptoms are, and how it is being treated today. Then, we'll move on to a brief overview of the seven stages before taking an in-depth look at stages one and two. Now let's move on to the rest of the show.   According to the Alzheimer's Association, Alzheimer's is a type of dementia that affects memory, thinking, and behavior. Symptoms eventually grow severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. Alzheimer's is the most common cause of dementia, a general term for memory loss and other cognitive abilities serious enough to interfere with daily life. Alzheimer's disease accounts for somewhere between 60 and 80 percent of dementia cases.   Alzheimer's is a progressive disease. In most cases, symptoms worsen gradually over several years. After being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, a person usually lives anywhere from four to eight years, but in some cases, individuals have lived for over 20 years with Alzheimer's.   Everyone experiences Alzheimer's differently. There are many different signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's that you should be aware of, especially if you are concerned that you or a loved one may be experiencing any of the symptoms.   The Alzheimer's Association lists 10 early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's that you should be on the lookout for. The first sign they suggest is memory loss that disrupts daily life. As we age, we may begin to forget things and not be able to easily recall information, like names or specific memories, but we may be able to recall the information later. Not being able to recall the information at all is an early sign of Alzheimer's. One example of this is your loved one asking the same question repeatedly because they don't remember asking it or hearing your answer.   The second sign to look for is challenges in planning or problem solving. Trouble keeping track of finances or making a recipe they have made numerous times can both be examples of trouble planning or problem solving. Making the occasional mistake paying bills, however, is not an example of this. Mistakes happen but having an issue figuring out how to pay their bills or adding numbers may be a sign your loved one has Alzheimer's.   Having difficulty completing familiar tasks is the third sign you should be looking for. Not remembering how to drive to a place your loved one has been to many times or not remembering how to write or organize their grocery list how they normally do can be an early sign of Alzheimer's.   Another sign is being confused with times or places. Not knowing what day of the week it is can be an indicator that your loved one is confusing times or places, but it can also just be a normal sign of aging. Not knowing what season it is or not knowing where they are is mainly what we are referring to with this sign.   Trouble understanding visual images and spatial relationships is the fifth sign that the Alzheimer's Association lists. Vision problems unrelated to cataracts can be a sign of Alzheimer's. Having trouble judging distance or being unable to differentiate colors are both examples of this sign. These things can also make driving difficult and possibly unsafe for your loved one as well.   Another early sign to look for is new problems with words in speaking or writing. Someone with Alzheimer's may have trouble following or continuing a conversation. They may forget words or the entire rest of their train of thought. Forgetting a word on its own may not be an early sign of Alzheimer's, but constantly forgetting words or using the wrong word may be a sign your loved one has Alzheimer's.   The seventh sign is misplacing things and losing the ability to retrace steps. For this sign, your loved one will lose things and not be able to figure out how to work backwards to find them. Many people with Alzheimer's also tend to put items in unusual places, such as putting their keys in the freezer. As the disease progresses, they may even accuse others of stealing their things.   Decreased or poor judgement is another early sign of Alzheimer's. Your loved one may begin to make poor decisions frequently, like not bathing regularly or taking care of themselves as well as they should and normally would do. Making one bad decision occasionally, like skipping a shower occasionally, or not filling up their car with gas when they should may not be an early sign of Alzheimer's, but repeated decisions like these can be.   Another early sign of Alzheimer's is withdrawal from work or social activities. This sign goes along with forgetting words and having trouble with conversations. Having difficulties following a conversation may lead to having difficulties in social settings and your loved one may withdrawal from activities they once loved. Occasionally being disinterested in hobbies or visiting with friends or family is not a sign that you loved one is withdrawing from their social life. There are times when you yourself don't feel like being social and your loved one experiences times like those, as well. Continuously withdrawing from social situations is the sign you should be looking for in your loved one.   The tenth and last sign that the Alzheimer's Association mentions is changes in mood and personality. Your loved one may experience moods more strongly than they once did. They may become easily upset when they are uncomfortable and lash out at their friends and loved ones.   If you notice any of these signs or symptoms in your loved one, schedule an appointment with their doctor. They may be experiencing normal age-related symptoms and not symptoms of Alzheimer's or another dementia, but their doctor will be able to determine whether they are showing signs of Alzheimer's. Early detection and diagnosis of Alzheimer's can help their doctor develop a treatment plan that will allow your loved one to maintain their independence longer and help control some of the symptoms right away, making their day-to-day life easier.   Some symptoms of Alzheimer's disease may seem like they are just signs of the normal aging process, but they are not. Increasing age is a risk factor of Alzheimer's, but age itself is not a cause of Alzheimer's. Most cases of Alzheimer's happen after age 65, but some happen before that age. Alzheimer's that happens before age 65 is called younger-onset or early-onset Alzheimer's. Individuals diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's can be in any of the seven stages of Alzheimer's at the time of their diagnosis.   As we said previously, early detection of Alzheimer's is crucial. The earlier someone is diagnosed, the faster they can start treatment and get back to enjoying their lives and time with their loved ones. Currently, there is no cure for Alzheimer's, but there are a few ways that doctors can treat the symptoms.   A new drug called aducanumab has recently been approved by the FDA to be used to address the underlying biology of Alzheimer's disease. This drug is a treatment and not a cure. According to the Alzheimer's Association, it is the first therapy to demonstrate that removing amyloid, one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease, from the brain is reasonably likely to reduce cognitive and functional decline in people living with early Alzheimer's.   Approval of this therapy underscores the importance of early detection and accurate diagnosis. Treatment with aducanumab should be initiated in patients with mild cognitive impairment or mild dementia stage of disease, the population in which treatment was initiated in clinical trials.    Aducanumab was studied in people living with early Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer's who showed evidence of a buildup of amyloid plaques in the brain. Because of this, this treatment has not yet been recommended for individuals with middle or end stage Alzheimer's.   Other medications treat the symptoms of Alzheimer's, but not the underlying biology, like aducanumab does. There are medications that help treat cognitive issues, like memory problems, and there are medications that help with behavioral and psychological problems. There are also several clinical trials going on to help improve both memory problems and behavioral and psychological problems due to Alzheimer's.   There are also alternative treatment plans that don't require medication. Some supplements and foods may help improve the symptoms of Alzheimer's. A fairly new idea that we recently talked about in a Quick Tips episode is a Dementia Friendly Community. These communities make it safer for those living with dementia to maintain their independence and help them be a part of society after they have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. To learn more about treatments for Alzheimer's, talk to your doctor today. They can go over treatment options and recommend a best course of action.   You can also call the Alzheimer's Association 24/7 helpline for any questions you may have regarding Alzheimer's disease. They can be reached at 1-800-272-3900.   Now that we've discussed what Alzheimer's is, what some of the signs and symptoms to look for are, and how it is currently being treated, let's move on to a brief overview of the seven stages of Alzheimer's.   You may be familiar with the three most commonly referred to stages of Alzheimer's, the beginning, middle, and end stages, but today we are going to be expanding upon those and talking about all seven stages of Alzheimer's.   The Global Deterioration Scale for Assessment of Primary Degenerative Dementia, which is what we are referring to as the seven-stage model of Alzheimer's disease progression, was created by Dr. Barry Reisberg to provide caregivers an overview of the stages of cognitive function for those suffering from a primary degenerative dementia such as Alzheimer's disease.   The first stage is referred to as no impairment or before symptoms appear. Changes in the brain are happening during this stage, but no noticeable signs or symptoms will be seen. Because there are no signs or symptoms during this stage, people are not normally diagnosed during stage one.   Dr. Wolk, co-director of the Penn Memory Center states that “this time period — often called ‘pre-clinical Alzheimer's disease' — likely begins 10 or 15 years before people have symptoms. Currently, there is no treatment for this pre-clinical stage, but we hope in the future that we will have medicines that can halt the progress before people have symptoms and prevent the disease.”   The second stage of Alzheimer's tends to show up as a very mild decline in cognitive health. According to Senior Link, in this stage, a person with Alzheimer's disease begins to experience the typical forgetfulness associated with aging. They may forget where they left their car keys or their purse. These symptoms are typically not yet noticed by the individual's family members or physician.   The third stage of dementia shows noticeable memory difficulties and is sometimes referred to as a mild decline. Dr. Wolk explains that “for many, this stage brings noticeable changes, and it will become harder to blame age. It's common to be diagnosed in this stage, because this is when a person's daily routine becomes more disrupted.” These first three stages usually occur prior to a diagnosis. An early diagnosis is usually made in stage three, with early-stage dementia being stage four.   Stage four is known as moderate cognitive decline and, as we just said, is what is usually referred to as early-stage dementia. According to Dr. Wolk, in this stage, damage to the brain often involves other aspects of cognition outside of memory, including some difficulty with language, organization, and calculations. These problems can make it more challenging for your loved one to perform daily tasks. Because of the damage to the brain cells, your loved one may also experience other personality changes, such as feeling suspicious of others, having less interest in things, or feeling depressed. These kinds of symptoms can often be improved with medications.   Stages five and six make up mid-stage dementia. Stage five is known as moderately severe cognitive decline or decreased independence. According to the Premiere Neurology Center, from stages one through four, most people will continue to maintain their independence with only minor challenges. However, during stage 5, independence becomes harder since they begin to forget close friends and family, struggle to learn new skills, and may forget to perform basic tasks, like getting dressed. Additionally, emotional changes are also frequently seen during this stage. This can cause hallucinations, delusions, and/or paranoia.   With stage six comes severe symptoms or severe cognitive decline. Dr. Wolk says that living on your own requires you to be able to respond to your environment, like knowing what to do if the fire alarm goes off or the phone rings. During stage six, this becomes difficult for people with Alzheimer's. Your loved one will be experiencing more significant symptoms at this time, which will impact their ability to manage their own care and they will be more dependent on others.   Late or end stage dementia is also known as stage seven - very severe cognitive decline or a lack of physical control. The Premiere Neurology Center says that the final stage of Alzheimer's disease is when the brain has sustained so much damage that it fails to communicate with other parts of the body, causing mental and physical impairment. During this final stage, people require around the clock care and assistance for even the most basic parts of their daily routine.   Now that you know what the seven stages of Alzheimer's are, let's take a closer look at stages one and two.   Stage one is the preclinical Alzheimer's stage or the no impairment stage. Most people are not diagnosed during this stage, but it isn't impossible to be diagnosed during stage one. According to Healthline, you may only know about your risk for Alzheimer's disease due to family history or your doctor may identify biomarkers that indicate your risk.   Your doctor will interview you about memory problems if you're at risk for Alzheimer's, but there will be no noticeable symptoms during the first stage, which can last for years or decades. Changes in the brain can happen up to fifteen years before any signs or symptoms of Alzheimer's even develop.   While Alzheimer's may be undetectable in stage one, knowing the risk factors of Alzheimer's can help you spot signs and symptoms as soon as they appear, and as we have said a few times today, the earlier you can diagnosis Alzheimer's, the better.   Age, gender, genetics, family history, head trauma, brain abnormalities, smoking, high blood pressure, obesity, limited physical activity, lack of mental activity, and a poor diet are all risk factors for Alzheimer's disease.   According to Healthline, Alzheimer's is not a normal part of growing older. However, age is a risk factor for developing this condition. One in nine people over age 65 and one in three people over 85 have Alzheimer's.   Women are one and half to three times more likely to develop Alzheimer's than men. Healthline also states that Researchers have found two classes of genes related to Alzheimer's. Deterministic genes guarantee that people will develop the disease if they live long enough. Usually, people with deterministic genes will develop Alzheimer's in their 30s, 40s, or 50s. The Mayo Clinic estimates that these genes caused the condition in about five percent of people with Alzheimer's.   People with risk genes may or may not develop the disease. However, they are more likely to develop Alzheimer's than people without risk genes.   If your family has a history of Alzheimer's, you are also at a higher risk. The more family members you have had that had Alzheimer's disease, the higher your risk will be, as well.   Researchers have found that if you have had serious head injuries you are also at a higher risk for Alzheimer's disease. Healthline states that the risk increases if the injury involves losing consciousness or happens repeatedly, such as in contact sports. Along with head trauma, scientists have identified brain abnormalities in people who are likely to later develop Alzheimer's. One is the presence of tiny clumps of protein, also known as plaques. The other is twisted protein strands, or tangles. Inflammation, tissue shrinkage, and loss of connection between brain cells are other clues that Alzheimer's may develop.   Smoking can also increase your risk of developing Alzheimer's, as well as numerous other health problems. High blood pressure is another risk factor tied to Alzheimer's. Researchers have found an especially strong correlation between high blood pressure at middle age and the chances of later developing the disease.   Both obesity and limited physical activity increase your risk of Alzheimer's. Being overweight can double your risk. An article published in Maturitas, an international journal of midlife health and beyond found that exercising twice a week during midlife may lower your risk of developing Alzheimer's.   Lack of mental activity is another risk factor for Alzheimer's. When we challenge our mental capabilities by trying new things and learning new things, playing an instrument, or doing other activities that use our minds, we create internal connections that can help protect against dementia.   Lastly, a poor diet can be a risk factor of Alzheimer's. Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables and other healthy foods can help lower your risk of developing Alzheimer's later in life. Developing healthy habits early on can help you live a longer and healthier life overall.   Now that we've taken a closer look at stage one and some things to look out for while you're younger, let's move on to stage two.   With stage two comes some signs and symptoms that were not visible during stage one. According to Alzheimer's dot net, the senior may notice minor memory problems or lose things around the house, although not to the point where the memory loss can easily be distinguished from normal age-related memory loss. The person will still do well on memory tests and the disease is unlikely to be detected by loved ones or physicians.   Healthline says that Alzheimer's disease affects mainly older adults, over the age of 65 years. At this age, it's common to have slight functional difficulties like forgetfulness. But for stage 2 Alzheimer's, the decline will happen at a greater rate than similarly aged people without Alzheimer's. For example, they may forget familiar words, a family member's name, or where they placed something. During this stage, a loved one may notice symptoms, but not usually the person with Alzheimer's. If you recognize any cognitive decline in your loved one, talk to them about scheduling an appointment with their doctor.   In the next episode in our series we will dive into the next stage of Alzheimer's, which is stage three, noticeable memory difficulties. If you are interested in learning more about Alzheimer's before the next episode airs, visit our YouTube channel where you can find an entire playlist dedicated Alzheimer's and dementia. You can also check out the show notes for this episode for resources we used during this episode.   We want to say thank you for joining us here at All Home Care Matters, All Home Care Matters is here for you and to help families as they navigate these long-term care issues. Please visit us at allhomecarematters.com there is a private secure fillable form there where you can give us feedback, show ideas, or if you have questions. Every form is read and responded to. If you know someone who could benefit from this episode, please make sure to share it with them.   Remember, you can listen to the show on any of your favorite podcast streaming platforms and watch the show on our YouTube channel and make sure to hit that subscribe button, so you'll never miss an episode. We look forward to seeing you next time on All Home Care Matters, thank you.   Sources:   https://www.alz.org/alzheimers-dementia/stages   https://www.alz.org/alzheimers-dementia/10_signs   https://www.alz.org/alzheimers-dementia/what-is-alzheimers   https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-are-signs-alzheimers-disease   https://www.pennmedicine.org/updates/blogs/neuroscience-blog/2019/november/stages-of-alzheimers   https://www.alzheimers.net/stages-of-alzheimers-disease   https://www.seniorlink.com/blog/the-7-stages-of-alzheimers   https://premierneurologycenter.com/blog/the-7-stages-of-alzheimers-disease/   https://www.alz.org/alzheimers-dementia/treatments/aducanumab   https://www.alz.org/alzheimers-dementia/treatments   https://www.alz.org/alzheimers-dementia/treatments/medications-for-memory   https://www.fhca.org/members/qi/clinadmin/global.pdf   https://www.healthline.com/health/stages-progression-alzheimers#stage1   https://www.healthline.com/health/alzheimers-disease-risk-factors   https://www.maturitas.org/article/S0378-5122(09)00469-1/fulltext

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Chernobyl | TV Mini Series

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 33:58


In April 1986, an explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics becomes one of the world's worst man-made catastrophes.

Feminists Talk Religion
Feminism, Religion & Art Mini-Series | An Invitation to Ancestral Healing: Interview with Isabel Mareş by Dr. Elyse Ambrose

Feminists Talk Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 18:11


In this episode, Isabel Mareş shares her passion for the arts, community engagement, religion, and storytelling with attentiveness to accessibility and grounding in nature.

All About Jack: A C.S. Lewis Podcast
(Re-Post) Faun‘s Bookshelf Mini-series - Episode 6

All About Jack: A C.S. Lewis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 57:20


IN THIS REPEAT: Part 6 of a 6 part mini-series on THE FAUN'S BOOKSHELF.   The following is the sixth and final show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on The Faun's Bookshelf. The previous episode provided an in-depth look at the third part of the book. This show goes into more detail about the fourth and final part of the book and also gives a short summary of the earliest shows. As before, Dr. Charlie Starr, the author of The Faun's Bookshelf returns to talk with Dr. Sarah Waters and William O'Flaherty. Again, in this episode, in addition to a brief summary at the end, you will gain a better understanding of the impact Northernness had on Lewis and encounter "an interpretive mystery of mythic proportions." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Listen to Episode 5 of Faun's Mini-series Listen to Episode 4 of Faun's Mini-series Listen to Episode 3 of Faun's Mini-series Listen to Episode 2 of Faun's Mini-series Listen to Episode 1 of Faun's Mini-series Learn about the March 2022 Event at Presbyterian Heritage Center Purchase The Faun's Bookshelf Listen to Single Episode on The Faun's Bookshelf Listen to other shows with Dr. Charlie Starr  Hear other podcasts with Dr. Sarah Waters Other Useful Links: Knowing and Understanding C.S. Lewis YouTube CHANNEL  Listen to All About Jack on iTunes Purchase C.S. Lewis Goes to Hell Visit ScrewtapeCompanion.com Visit EssentialCSLewis.com Purchase The Misquotable C.S. Lewis  

What's Up: Wellness from the 3rd Floor
Tech Mini Series: Bluelight and Tech Fatigue

What's Up: Wellness from the 3rd Floor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 22:12


In this second episode of the Tech Mini Series, hosts Julie and Miranda discuss all things bluelight, zoom, and technology fatigue. View the transcription here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mg17DeI-rRKK8V4Iq_Pyi2NNgZdVF1vClNHZwHIjHcc/edit?usp=sharing -------------------------------------------- Resources: Have any questions or feedback? Fill out our Google Form, shoot us an email, or slide into our DMs on Instagram! Google Form for questions: https://forms.gle/obDVnDMGWPKUtJVm6 For SHAC Counseling Services, please call 503-725-2800 or visit the website: https://www.pdx.edu/health-counseling/counseling -------------------------------------------- Email: what@pdx.edu Instagram @psu_what (www.instagram.com/psu_what) WHAT Website: https://www.pdx.edu/health-counseling/what Virtual Mind Spa: https://www.pdx.edu/health-counseling/virtual-mind-spa

No on 15! All-cast hosted by 7Ceez
Season 2: Ep 46 The Buddy Cop mini-series part 2 -feat. Great Scott and The O.G.

No on 15! All-cast hosted by 7Ceez

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 68:00


We're back with another episode on our little Buddy Cop series! On this one we have The O.G. talking about The Nice Guys with Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling (Renolds LOL) We have Great Scott talking about Bad Boys with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence We also have 7CZ talking about the 1st Hitman's Bodyguard film with Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Renolds Check it out as we go in on these films and the Buddy film recipe! *released the weekend of 11/12/2021

All Home Care Matters
How to Prevent and Detect Malnutrition in the Elderly (Mini-Series Part 3)

All Home Care Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 14:25


Today is our last installment of our mini-series on Seniors and Nutrition and to finish the series we will be talking about how to prevent and detect malnutrition in the elderly. First, we will discuss what malnutrition is and what it looks like in older adults. Then, we'll cover some of the factors that contribute to malnutrition. Finally, we'll end with ways you can help your loved one avoid poor nutrition, and in turn, malnutrition. Now let's move on to the rest of the show.   Good nutrition is important for everyone, regardless of age, but is especially important for older adults. According to the World Health Organization, malnutrition refers to deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person's intake of energy and/or nutrients. The term malnutrition covers 2 broad groups of conditions, undernutrition and overweight, obesity and diet-related noncommunicable diseases, such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancer.   Undernutrition includes stunting, which is low height for age, wasting, which is low weight for height, underweight, which is low weight for age, and micronutrient deficiencies or insufficiencies, which are a lack of important vitamins and minerals.   Approximately 2.4 billion adults worldwide are experiencing malnutrition, with 1.9 billion being overweight and 462 million being underweight. In some cases, people may be overweight and also exhibiting micronutrient deficiencies or may be underweight and have diabetes. Because there are many types of malnutrition, it can be hard to spot if your loved one is experiencing a form of malnutrition or not.   But left unchecked, malnutrition can cause a host of other issues. According to the Mayo Clinic, malnutrition in older adults can cause them to have a weakened immune system, which increases the risk of infections. It also can cause poor wound healing, muscle weakness and decreased bone mass, which can lead to falls and fractures, a higher risk of hospitalization, and an increased risk of death.   The Alliance for Aging Research has created a pocket film that covers who is at risk for malnutrition, the debilitating impact it can have on older adults, tips for identifying the condition, and how it can be treated and prevented. We're covering some of the key points of the video, but if you would like to watch the full thing, you can find the link to it in our show notes for today's episode.   According to the Alliance for Aging Research, Malnutrition can happen to anyone, but older adults are particularly at risk, as they are more likely to have chronic conditions that put them at risk for malnutrition. Some illnesses and diseases, like cancer and Alzheimer's, can change an older adult's appetite and metabolism and they can also require dietary restrictions that can make eating difficult.   When we picture malnutrition, we often picture starving children in third world countries or even the animals on the ASPCA commercials, but malnutrition is everywhere and far more common than we think. Malnutrition doesn't always look like someone is starving. Actually, most malnutrition cases, at least in the US, tend to look like the opposite. What's even more concerning about malnutrition, it can be impossible to see until it's too late.   Older adults often experience illnesses, diseases, or accidents that require them to be hospitalized or require them to be in a long-term care facility, both of which lead to a higher risk of malnutrition. As we age, our bodies go through changes that also can lead towards malnutrition, which is another reason that older adults are at a higher risk.   As we get older, our sense of smell and taste weakens, and things that we once enjoyed may not taste as good as they once did. Our digestive system can also slow with age, and take longer to digest meals, making us feel fuller throughout the day, but leave us lacking essential calories and nutrients. As we get older, our bodies may not be able to absorb nutrients as well, either. So, your loved one may be eating the same foods that once brought them a lot of energy, but now doesn't have the same effects.   According to the American Society for Prenatal and Enteral Nutrition, or ASPEN, malnutrition in seniors often mirrors the signs of aging. Unplanned weight loss, feeling weak or tired, loss of appetite, swelling or fluid accumulation, and being able to eat only in small amounts are all signs that your loved one is malnourished, but they are also signs of aging. If you suspect your loved one may be malnourished, talk to their doctor immediately so they can get the calories and nutrients their body needs. Now that you know what malnutrition is and what it can look like in older adults, let's move on to factors that contribute to malnutrition.   Cognitive diseases like Alzheimer's can make it difficult for your loved one to remember to eat. Mobility issues can also make it more difficult for your loved one to shop for their groceries, cook their own meals, and eat on their own. Some treatments and medications can also require dietary restrictions and cause your loved one to have a loss of appetite, leading them to become malnourished.   According to ASPEN, the causes of malnutrition in older adults are a complex blend of physical, social, and psychological issues — from the loss of appetite due to depression to the inability to get to the store for groceries. Prompt diagnosis and treatment of malnourished older adults is critical. If it goes on undetected for too long, irreversible damage and even death can occur.   Mayo Clinic lists several factors that contribute to malnutrition in older adults. Normal age-related changes in taste, smell and appetite generally decline with age, making it more difficult to enjoy eating and keep regular eating habits. Disease-related inflammation and illnesses can contribute to declines in appetite and changes in how the body processes nutrients. Impairment in ability to eat, like difficulty chewing or swallowing, poor dental health, or limited ability in handling tableware can contribute to malnutrition. Behavioral or memory problems from Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia can result in forgetting to eat, not buying groceries or other irregular food habits.   Some medications can affect appetite or the ability to absorb nutrients. Dietary restrictions for managing medical conditions — such as limits on salt, fat or sugar — might also contribute to inadequate eating. Older adults may have trouble affording groceries, especially if they're taking expensive medications. The lack of socialization can also cause malnutrition.   Older adults who eat alone might not enjoy meals as before and lose interest in cooking and eating. Adults with limited mobility may not have access to food or the right types of food. Grief, loneliness, failing health, lack of mobility and other factors might contribute to depression — causing loss of appetite. Older adults that suffer from Alcoholism are also at a higher risk of malnutrition, in addition to numerous other health problems. Too much alcohol can interfere with the digestion and absorption of nutrients. Misuse of alcohol may also result in poor eating habits and poor decisions about nutrition.   There are several factors that can contribute to malnutrition, as you have just seen, but the list goes on and on. Knowing some of these factors to look out for can make malnutrition easier to spot in your loved one. And it is important to know that just because they are eating, does not mean they are eating well or eating enough. If your loved one seems to be eating regularly, but is losing weight or experiencing low energy levels, they may have a nutrient deficiency and need to be on a special diet, so it is important that you talk to their doctor about any changes in their behavior, and their diet, that you notice, especially if your loved one is unable to notice it on their own.   Now that we have discussed what malnutrition is, what it looks like in older adults, and the factors that contribute to malnutrition, we can move on to our final section, how to help your elderly loved one avoid poor nutrition.   Mayo Clinic says that as a caregiver or adult child of an older adult, you can take steps to monitor nutritional health, watch for weight loss and address risk factors of malnutrition. You can monitor your loved one's weight by checking their weight at home and keeping a weekly record of it. You can also do a visual check of how their clothes fit, as it can indicate weight loss, as well.   Observing their habits is another good way to keep track of their nutrition. You can spend mealtimes together at home — or during mealtime in a hospital or care facility — to observe eating habits and note what kinds of food are eaten and how much. Keeping a record of all medications, the reason for each medication, dosages, treatment schedules and possible side effects can also help your loved one avoid poor nutrition. As we age, many people need medication every day, and those medications can come with side effects that involve loss of appetite or other things that make eating more difficult. When consulting a doctor about poor nutrition, having all of this information on hand can help them determine if your loved one is malnourished faster, resulting in faster treatment that could potentially save their life.   Helping your loved one plan healthy meals or preparing meals ahead of time for them can help ensure that they have access to the nutrients they need. Helping them prepare a shopping list or shopping together can also help them make sure that they always have the items they need to make healthy choices at mealtimes.   There are many agencies and organizations that exist just to ensure that seniors have access to nutritional meals. Contact your local service agencies that provide at-home meal deliveries, in-home visits from nurses or dieticians, access to food pantries, or other nutrition services to see what help your loved one can be receiving. The local Area Agency on Aging or a county social worker can provide more information about services in your area.   If your loved one lives alone and is having trouble eating, they may benefit from social interactions during meals. You could try dropping by during mealtime or invite your loved one to your home for an occasional meal. Going out to eat at a restaurant can be a special treat for them, and they can use their senior discounts.   Lastly, daily exercise — even if it's light — can stimulate appetite and strengthen bones and muscles. Encourage your loved one to go on walks if they are able to. Not only can it help stimulate their appetite, but it can help improve their mood. If they are suffering from depression, even a slight mood improvement can increase their appetite, as well.   If your loved one needs help improving their nutrition, there are a few things you can do. Before starting anything new, always make sure you discuss the change with their doctor first. When planning meals for your loved, make sure you are including a variety of nutrient-rich foods. A good rule of thumb is to include the rainbow on their plate. Really, all that means is make sure you are including a variety of colored foods, as they all contain different nutrients.   Using different herbs and spiced to add flavor to meals can help your loved one improve their interest in eating. Experimenting with these things can help your loved one find a new favorite and cause them to be excited for their next meal.   If eating on their own is not enough, you can use supplemental nutrition drinks to help with calorie intake and you can add things like egg whites or whey powder to meals to increase proteins without adding saturated fats.   Observing your loved one during mealtimes is the best way for you to prevent and detect malnutrition in your loved one. Actually, being able to see what they eat and don't eat and being able to witness any problems they have with eating can help you determine if your loved one has any problems that their doctor should be aware of. If you notice they are coughing a lot when they are eating and having trouble swallowing, they may have a medical condition that is causing that that if their doctor was aware of, could be fixed.   Knowing your loved one's eating habits can also help when shopping or cooking. If your loved one is unable to go to the store or cook their own meals, know what they like and what they are able to eat can help ensure that they eat more, or less if that is the problem. Now, you don't want to make your loved one feel like they have no control over their eating time or like they have lost their independence. We are not suggesting that you stand over them at mealtime. When you take them out to dinner or come visit for lunch, just be aware while you are with them and take note of their habits. It may be useful in the future, and it may not, but it is always better to be safe than sorry.   If your loved one is having difficulty eating or you notice any changes in their diet or weight, even if you don't think they are malnourished, talk to their doctor. Malnutrition often goes undetected and undiagnosed until it is too late, so if you have any suspicions, it is always better to tell your doctor sooner rather than later. You may also find you need the help of a nutritionist when figure out what your loved one should be and needs to be eating. Your doctor or your local senior center can give you resources and referrals for nutritionists in your area. Your local senior center may even have a nutritionist on staff that you can meet with.   We want to say thank you for joining us here at All Home Care Matters, All Home Care Matters is here for you and to help families as they navigate these long-term care issues. Please visit us at allhomecarematters.com there is a private secure fillable form there where you can give us feedback, show ideas, or if you have questions. Every form is read and responded to. If you know someone who could benefit from this episode, please make sure to share it with them.   Remember, you can listen to the show on any of your favorite podcast streaming platforms and watch the show on our YouTube channel and make sure to hit that subscribe button, so you'll never miss an episode. We look forward to seeing you next time on All Home Care Matters, thank you.   Sources: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/caregivers/in-depth/senior-health/art-20044699   https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/malnutrition   https://www.agingresearch.org/campaign/malnutrition/   https://www.nutritioncare.org/Guidelines_and_Clinical_Resources/Spotting_Malnutrition_in_Seniors/      

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How Bushbalm Grew From a $900 Side Hustle into an 8 Figure Business | Bushbalm Miniseries EP 1

Shopify Masters | The ecommerce business and marketing podcast for ambitious entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 40:56


Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/7Plih4Fp9o8Read on Shopify:  https://www.shopify.com/blog/bushbalm-business-journeyBushbalm is on track to make over $10 Million in sales this year—an impressive feat for a brand that started as a $900 side hustle. In Shopify's first-ever miniseries, David Gaylord, CEO of Busbalm and Shopify's Entrepreneur In Residence, shares his journey of building a successful skincare company. Check out the first episode where Shopify's COO Toby Shannan chats with David about all the lessons he's learned along the way. 

Moonlight Audio Theatre
THE CELLAR MINI-SERIES EP. 3 - The Second Helping

Moonlight Audio Theatre

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 39:03


TRANSCONTINENTAL TERROR Presents:  The Cellar Mini-Series, episode 3: The Second Helping Originally released on the Mutual Audio Network in October 2021, this is the 3rd of five new episodes produced by 63audio for the month-long Transcontinental Terror audio series.  In "The Second Helping", we explore the topic of Science Run Amok, a favorite topic of film and old-time radio! This hilarious homage to the likes of Arch Oboler, Wyllis Cooper, Roger Corman and James Whale (among others) will have you running for your life with laughter! Written, directed and produced by Pete Lutz. NARADA RADIO COMPANY CAST: ANNOUNCER - Robin Robbins CADAVERA QUIVRY - Angela Young DARCY – Dawn Robertson DERRY – Jackie Ayers FERGUS – Dana Gonsalves MOTHER – Riley Lutz CREATURE – John Bell TV REPORTER – Pam Pailes GENERAL M'LAISE – Austin Beach MAJOR CHIP ERROR – Pete Lutz SERGEANT TIM PLAITE WHISTLE – Jason D. Johnson CAPTAIN – John Bell MR. FLUFFNUGGETS – Lisa Michaud Music composed and performed by Dr. Ross Bernhardt

Wheatgrass and Champagne
Energetic Healing Mini Series Ep:4 | Using our Senses to change our Energy Part 1: Sound and Touch

Wheatgrass and Champagne

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 34:46


This week we continue on with the Energetic Healing Mini Series by diving into our physical senses of Touch, Sound, Sight and Smell. All of these are forms of energy we use to navigate the world and we can use them to our benefit to raise our vibration and heal physically. Learn how in this 2 part episode. In this episode: Basics on our body as energy Sound Healing - Sound Baths  Touch Therapy - Reflexology and power of physical touch Next week in Part 2: Smell & Aromatherapy - Essential oils Light - Phototherapy & Chromatherapy ******************************************************* The Energetic Healing Mini Series is designed to help you discover the various energy healing modalities available to unlock the power of the body to heal itself and overcome those physical ailments once and for all. We dive into the science of energy medicine. Episodes include: *Parasite Cleansing - How pathogens steal our consciousness *Anxiety & Energy- A different take on anxiety *Chakras- How these energy centers related to the physical body *Past Life Regression - How going back helps you move forward *Reiki - Healing Energy of the Hands *Sound/Light/Smell/Touch - How our senses heal us *Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture - More than just needles in random places *Mediums/Intuitives- *Balancing Feminine & Masculine Energy - Bring Harmony into your life ____________________________________________________________ Connect with your Host Mandi Rose @mandirose1111 Join our Holistic Soul Sister Facebook Community HERE Check out Holistic Soul Sister TV on Youtube HERE    Intro and outro music by Thomas Xavier - Producer & Master Engineer Find him on Soundcloud

Thirty Twenty Ten
Introducing Operator - A New Miniseries from Wondery and Topic Studios

Thirty Twenty Ten

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 6:01


SPONSORED: During the 1-900 number craze of the Nineties, one company provided the vast majority of phone sex. American Telnet was an empire founded by the man who called himself “The Telephone Pimp.” He ran the company “like General Motors” and got filthy rich doing it. But for the (mostly) women who answered the calls and delivered fantasies 24-7, it was a different story. The powerful stigma against sex work was always lurking just beneath the surface, until it threatened to tear apart the whole company. Hosted by Tina Horn (Why Are People Into That?), OPERATOR is an eight-part series about big ambitions, Shakespearean-level corporate backstabbing, men and women at the cutting edge of a technological revolution...and on the front lines of a sexual one. Listen to Operator now! http://wondery.fm/OP_Laser_Time

Welcome to the Field
SPECIAL MINI-SERIES: RACE & RACSIM IN CHILD WELFARE Part 1 - Vermont's Child Welfare Workforce

Welcome to the Field

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 51:24


Join Tabitha Moore as she explores critical themes in Race & Racism in Child Welfare with Dr. Ken Hardy. Over the next three weeks, Tabitha and Ken will explore race/racism as it relates to the Child Welfare Workforce, Caregivers, and children and youth of color in the child welfare system. Please note- although each episode in this mini-series does have a distinct focus, our hope is that you listen to all three, in the order of their release, as some of the concepts Tabitha and Ken discuss will build on ideas from the previous episode.

KayTea
Singleness Miniseries: Are They Interested?

KayTea

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 20:59


How do we know that someone is interested in us? Do they like us? Do they want to pursue us? In this episode, I share a couple personal stories, advice, how to drop the hanky, and reasons why people ghost. Support my non-profit, Jeremiah 1:5! :) Venmo: @thekaytea Facebook: @jeremiahonefiveorg Website: jeremiahonefive.com Email us: info@jeremiahonefive.com Podcast Image Created By: Dee Dowden --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/katie-dowden/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/katie-dowden/support

That Witch Podcast
Episode 21: Applicable Astrology Miniseries: Houses 5 & 6

That Witch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 34:37


Today's episode is a quick hitter; we're wrapping up the lower hemisphere of the astrological wheel--houses 5 & 6--which means these final areas signify the evolution from our internal world to our external experience. Don't forget your notebook and something to write with, applicable (approachable) astrology class is in session!In this episode I mention:The Elementals Episodes 01 & 02How To Start In Witchcraft & AstrologyStarting An Astrological PracticeThe Power of Ritual Big & SmallThe Astrological WheelI mentor passionate mystics & witches to integrate their astrological, witchy, and professional paths into a cohesive, personal lifestyle practice that not only manifests and achieves their goals, but strengthens their intuition and connection to their spirituality.I am only offering 2 more spots in my 12-week Think & Grow Witch Mentorship to maintain my full quality dedication and energy to each student. If you are ready to embrace your inner witch and run a business that's actually legit, learn more and submit your application at thatwitchnextdoor.com/mentorship

A Date With Dateline
Wondery Miniseries: OPERATOR

A Date With Dateline

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 7:02


During the 1-900 number craze of the Nineties, one company provided the vast majority of phone sex. American Telnet was an empire founded by the man who called himself “The Telephone Pimp.” He ran the company “like General Motors” and got filthy rich doing it. But for the (mostly) women who answered the calls and delivered fantasies 24-7, it was a different story. The powerful stigma against sex work was always lurking just beneath the surface, until it threatened to tear apart the whole company. Hosted by Tina Horn (Why Are People Into That?), OPERATOR is an eight-part series about big ambitions, Shakespearean-level corporate backstabbing, men and women at the cutting edge of a technological revolution...and on the front lines of a sexual one. Listen to Operator now!  http://wondery.fm/OP_Date_Dateline Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Laser Time
Introducing Operator – A New Miniseries from Wondery and Topic Studios

Laser Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


SPONSORED: During the 1-900 number craze of the Nineties, one company provided the vast majority of phone sex. American Telnet was an empire founded by the man who called himself “The Telephone Pimp.” He ran the company “like General Motors”... Read more

Vidjagame Apocalypse
Introducing Operator – A New Miniseries from Wondery and Topic Studios

Vidjagame Apocalypse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


SPONSORED: During the 1-900 number craze of the Nineties, one company provided the vast majority of phone sex. American Telnet was an empire founded by the man who called himself “The Telephone Pimp.” He ran the company “like General Motors”... Read more

First International Christian Fellowship— (FICFRENO)
Perfect Husband: Mini Series, Godly Family

First International Christian Fellowship— (FICFRENO)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 46:40


— New messages every Sunday! Support this ministry. Go to ficfreno.com/give for details

No on 15! All-cast hosted by 7Ceez
Season 2: Ep 45 The Buddy Cop mini-series part 1 -feat. Great Scott and 7CZ

No on 15! All-cast hosted by 7Ceez

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 43:32


So Scott chose Coffee and Kareem and I chose Central Intelligence on this awesome and funny episode Check it out as we begin this little series and talk about the Buddy film recipe and see how it works in movies that aren't technically "Cop" but use the same formula. Let us know what you think and check it out ;) *Released the weekend of 11/5/2021

What's Up: Wellness from the 3rd Floor
Tech Mini Series: Social Media, Body Image, and Addiction

What's Up: Wellness from the 3rd Floor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 27:55


In this episode, Julie and Miranda discuss social media, its effects on body image, and how the overuse of social media can lead to addiction. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ View the transcription here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/15vcWmYkbiviXm71dxNeQjVmPiryvMh8higjNjc8tuKU/edit?usp=sharing Have any questions or feedback? Fill out our Google Form, shoot us an email, or slide into our DMs on Instagram! ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Google Form for questions: https://forms.gle/obDVnDMGWPKUtJVm6 For SHAC Counseling Services, please call 503-725-2800 or visit the website: https://www.pdx.edu/health-counseling/counseling Email: what@pdx.edu Instagram @psu_what (www.instagram.com/psu_what) WHAT Website: https://www.pdx.edu/health-counseling/what Virtual Mind Spa: https://www.pdx.edu/health-counseling/virtual-mind-spa

Explicitly Pro-Life
The Abortion Pill's Twisted Past | Carole Novielli, Contributor & Research Fellow, Live Action | Miniseries 4 Episode 122

Explicitly Pro-Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 37:04


In the episode, you will hear the complexity of the abortion pill's twisted past & why it matters in relation to the way abortion is viewed in society today. The ties between eugenics, mass homicide & ABORTION are too closely related for anyone to feel like abortion is a moral or societal good. Abortion is the killing of a human being, and it is wrong.

All About Jack: A C.S. Lewis Podcast
(Re-Post) Faun‘s Bookshelf Mini-series - Episode 5

All About Jack: A C.S. Lewis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 45:29


IN THIS REPEAT: Part 5 of a 6 part mini-series on THE FAUN'S BOOKSHELF. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The following is the fifth show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on The Faun's Bookshelf. The previous episode gave you an overview of the last half of the book. This show goes into more detail about the third part of the book; chapters seven to nine. As before, Dr. Charlie Starr, the author of The Faun's Bookshelf returns to talk with Dr. Sarah Waters and William O'Flaherty. In this episode you will gain a better understanding of how Lewis's views on myth changed over time, the difference between allegory and myth, and whether or not man should be considered a myth.  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Listen to Episode 4 of Faun's Mini-series Listen to Episode 3 of Faun's Mini-series Listen to Episode 2 of Faun's Mini-series Listen to Episode 1 of Faun's Mini-series Learn about the March 2022 Event at Presbyterian Heritage Center Purchase The Faun's Bookshelf Listen to Single Episode on The Faun's Bookshelf Listen to other shows with Dr. Charlie Starr  Hear other podcasts with Dr. Sarah Waters Other Useful Links: Knowing and Understanding C.S. Lewis YouTube CHANNEL  Listen to All About Jack on iTunes Purchase C.S. Lewis Goes to Hell Visit ScrewtapeCompanion.com Visit EssentialCSLewis.com Purchase The Misquotable C.S. Lewis

Crime and Compulsion Podcast
Mini Series: Florida Man 4

Crime and Compulsion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 14:27


Join us this week as we delve deeper into the craziness that is the Florida Man!

How to Survive the End of the World
Sibling Miniseries #8: Prentis and Eddie Hemphill

How to Survive the End of the World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 74:48


Four siblings from Texas doing a deep dive on political shaping, culture shifting and embodiment. With unexpected astrology. Listen to Finding Our Way, hosted by Prentis, produced by Eddie. Music by Tunde Olaniran and Mother Cyborg transcript HTS ESSENTIALS SUPPORT Our Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/Endoftheworldshow PEEP us on IG https://www.instagram.com/endoftheworldpc/ TWEET @ us https://twitter.com/endoftheworldPC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/how-to-survive-the-end-of-the-world/message

Moonlight Audio Theatre
THE CELLAR MINI-SERIES EP. 2 - How to Shed 180 Pounds

Moonlight Audio Theatre

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 49:53


TRANSCONTINENTAL TERROR Presents:  The Cellar Mini-Series, episode 2: How to Shed 180 Pounds Originally released on the Mutual Audio Network in October 2021, this is the 2nd of five new episodes produced by 63audio for the month-long Transcontinental Terror audio series.  In "How to Shed 180 Pounds", we meet Audrey and Walt Ellis, an unhappy couple who take a vacation to try and patch their marriage up – but it turns out that neither one really digs the idea! Written, directed and produced by Pete Lutz. NARADA RADIO COMPANY CAST: ANNOUNCER: Robin Robbins CADAVERA QUIVRY: Angela Young AUDREY ELLIS: Pam Pailes WALT ELLIS: Carl Yowell JOEY THE WAITER: Pete Lutz DR. PRIYA ZALAKI: Victoria Fancki LITA: Kristy Glick RENTAL AGENT: Geri Elliff SHERIFF ROWLAND: Jessica Mathews

Tabletop Journeys
Sidequest 41 – A look back on the Aliens Miniseries

Tabletop Journeys

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 74:29


We hope you enjoyed the Aliens RPG Miniseries that aired over Halloween Weekend! We took a few minutes to talk to Steve and Mike about how the game play worked out, what they thought about the system, and how to make that sort of atmosphere both in person and in a virtual game. Hope you...

I Got Problems!
*Pilot* H2H Mini Series: 'Second-hand invites'

I Got Problems!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 12:26


Welcome to our pilot mini series called: Heart 2 Heart! Where we discuss short 15 minute or less personal stories and experiences with problematic issues we have encountered that are very relatable. Please take the poll and answer the questions to get engaged with us. We welcome your opinions and would love to know if these mini series should remain part of our circulation. Take your dog for a quick walk, a quick run to the store or ride to your friend's house listening to this short 'Heart 2 Heart' and enjoy! Socials: Interact with us! Listen & Subscribe: https://wavve.link/igotproblems/episodes Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vxFpB8ofKwqqjUjtncPVg IG: igotproblemspod Podcast website: https://anchor.fm/igotproblems Production Notes: Edited by Host: Sandra [IG: coitraveler] Co-Host #1: Annabelle [IG: msjudy_1028]

Dear Cancer, I'm Beautiful
I Never Had A DEXA Scan: Bone Health Mini Series Part 2 With Breast Cancer Thriver & Physician Dr. Alexea

Dear Cancer, I'm Beautiful

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 30:29


Never had a DEXA scan? That's ok! It's never too late to learn about the importance of bone health, especially if you're a breast cancer survivor, or are currently in treatment. Join Melissa in Part 2 of this special mini-series as she interviews breast cancer thriver and physician Dr. Alexea. Thank you Dr. Alexea for stepping forward and welcoming us to join you on her very own bone health journey! Learn all about Dr. Alexea's DEXA scan results, her emotions surrounding the test, her next steps for maximizing her bone health and more!

Wine for Normal People
Ep 398: The Grape Miniseries -- Merlot Revisited

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 56:29


Photo: www.medoc-bordeaux.com 10 years after the first show on Merlot (Episode 18!), it was time for a refresh!   Merlot hasn't staged a comeback as a varietal wine, but it shines brightly as a part of a Bordeaux-style blend. It's better than ever in its native home and has seen some real strides in New World regions too.   We discuss characteristics and background of the grape, the very particular conditions that it needs for quality (but often doesn't get), and then the major regions that grow Merlot well!    It's International Merlot Day on November 7, so grab a bottle and celebrate this outstanding grape.  _________________________________________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! For 15% off your next order, go to www.wineaccess.com/normal   If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes

Wheatgrass and Champagne
Ep. 3 Energetic Healing Mini Series | Past Life Regression - How going back can help you move forward

Wheatgrass and Champagne

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 78:23


This week we continue on with the Energetic Healing Mini Series by diving into Past Life Regression Therapy. A technique that involves exploring your Karma and Past Lives to make better sense of your current situation. By cutting cords, healing past traumas, and clearing negative energies, our guest this week, Haddasah Toyo shares how she uses God, Angels, and her guides to navigate the energetic world and bring peace to her clients. In this episode: I share my personal Past Life Regression session, and then, I interview my spiritual healer, Haddasah Toyo, who came to me during my health crisis & dark night of the soul to cut my karma and clear my negative energy during a Past Life Regression session. Interested in doing a Inner Karma Healing Session with Haddasah?  Connect with her: Her Website HERE -  https://hadassahtoyo.com Her What's App & Phone number -1 (954) 821-5935 ******************************************************* The Energetic Healing Mini Series is designed to help you discover the various energy healing modalities available to unlock the power of the body to heal itself and overcome those physical ailments once and for all. We dive into the science of energy medicine. Episodes include: *Parasite Cleansing - How pathogens steal our consciousness *Anxiety & Energy- A different take on anxiety *Chakras- How these energy centers related to the physical body *Past Life Regression - How going back helps you move forward *Reiki - Healing Energy of the Hands *Sound/Light/Smell/Touch - How our senses heal us *Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture - More than just needles in random places *Mediums/Intuitives- *Balancing Feminine & Masculine Energy - Bring Harmony into your life

Stanford Medcast
Episode 27: Pediatric Pulse Mini-Series: What is Pediatric Adolescent Gynecology?

Stanford Medcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 31:59


Listen to learn about Pediatric Adolescent Gynecology (PAG) and how this subspecialty provides care to patients from birth to early adulthood. Discussion includes the benefits of PAG, the role of a PAG specialist, and best practices for clinical practice. Tips and take away points are also provided as well as in-depth areas of care provided to this patient population. CME Information: https://stanford.cloud-cme.com/medcastepisode27 Claim CE: https://stanford.cloud-cme.com/Form.aspx?FormID=986

No Turning Back
Reflections on the Risk Mini-Series

No Turning Back

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 47:00


This week, Stan and Chris conclude the Risk mini-series of No Turning Back, looking back on the six episodes, and looking ahead to the greatest risks facing our nation and world. Our podcast, after all, is called No Turning Back, and Stan and Chris will leave you today with clear insights into the challenges that lay ahead. Our next mini-series, coming to you within a matter of weeks, is about the Future of Work. If you've enjoyed the Risk mini-series and are looking for more, pick up a copy of Stan's latest book, Risk: A User's Guide, which is available everywhere books are sold. https://www.mcchrystalgroup.com/library/risk-a-users-guide/

How to Survive the End of the World
Sibling Miniseries #7: Aurora and Ricardo Levins-Morales

How to Survive the End of the World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 88:19


This profound sibling conversation moves us through Haiti, Puerto Rico, Chicago, organizing in communist, Black power and women's movements, the love of nature and the conversational practice of poetry. Be prepared to feel. TRANSCRIPT --- Music by Tunde Olaniran and Mother Cyborg HTS ESSENTIALS SUPPORT Our Show on Patreon PEEP us on IG TWEET @ us --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/how-to-survive-the-end-of-the-world/message