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In this episode, Karen Zaderej at Axogen and Duane Mancini discuss her background in the medtech space, the story of Axogen, how they are revolutionizing nerve repair and so much more. Karen Zaderej LinkedIn AxoGen Website Project Medtech Website Duane Mancini LinkedIn
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This week Aaron Nichols of Nerve Altar Records checks in for a lengthy discussion covering his catalog and bands. Then Big Will and Dave talk upstate death metal. heavyholepodcast.com Voicemail - 631-837-3274
Listen in for the second of two special guest episodes of NIH's All About Grants podcast! In this episode, host Dr. David Kosub invites NINDS's Building Up the Nerve co-host, Dr. Marguerite Matthews, and the Director of the Division of Biomedical Research Workforce at the NIH Office of Extramural Research, Dr. Ericka Boone, continues conversations unveiling the "hidden curriculum" of scientific training. They share experiences and perspectives on how personal growth and professional development intersect, setting a plan to identify your strengths, reiterate the importance of engaging your network, the power of communication, and much more.The first guest episode featured Building Up the Nerve's other co-host, Dr. Lauren Ullrich: https://www.buzzsprout.com/558574/13505607 ResourcesAll About GrantsInside Cancer CareersTranscript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
Australia held their nerve against South Africa to qualify for their 8th ODI Cricket World Cup Final. It was heart break again for South Africa, who rebuilt after a horror start to set a total of 212. Australia responded in a hurry, but were held back by the South African spinners. It eventually fell to Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc who stayed composed and steered the Australia team to the World Cup Final where they will play India. Use the code: CRICKETPOD for 20% off + free shipping at Manscaped.com Links to podcast audio: https://linktr.ee/thecricketpod Our website: thecricketpod.com Support the podcast: patreon.com/thecricketpod Buy merchandise: https://seriouscricket.co.uk/teamwear/stores/the-cricket-podcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecricketpod Buy coffee: https://cricketcoffeeco.com/products/the-cricket-podcast-coffee Twitter and Instagram: @thecricketpod Want to create live streams like this? Check out StreamYard: https://streamyard.com/pal/d/6313687373840384 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chaque matin, à 8h35 sur Chérie FM, avec Alexandre Devoise, Tiffany Bonvoisin et Dimitri, on discute ensemble ! On partage nos souvenirs, nos avis, nos expériences ! Bref, on est tous pareil ! Et surtout, on se dit tout !
Chaque matin, à 8h35 sur Chérie FM, avec Alexandre Devoise, Tiffany Bonvoisin et Dimitri, on discute ensemble ! On partage nos souvenirs, nos avis, nos expériences ! Bref, on est tous pareil ! Et surtout, on se dit tout !
Ever feel like you're just cruising on auto-pilot in a life that's pretty good but not quite hitting the mark of amazing? Well, you're not alone. This episode is all about that exact situation where we're comfy in our 'good enough' lives, but deep down, we're itching for something more – something great. For more information and the full show notes visit https://susanhyatt.co/069
This podcast covers various questions that veterinary dentists frequently receive, including distorted x-rays, tooth resorption in dogs, follow up after dental surgery, preventing tongue mutilation after extraction, using carbocaine for nerve blocks, signs of ineffective nerve blocks, diagnosing non-vital teeth, and whether to extract teeth with apical lucencies. The veterinarian answers each question thoroughly, explaining best practices, procedures, and clinical reasoning for dental treatments. Key points include monitoring pets until fully recovered to prevent tongue mutilation, carbocaine and other “caine” drugs besides lidocaine can be used for nerve blocks, increased heart rate and respiration can signal ineffective nerve blocks, periapical lucencies typically indicate non-vital infected teeth that require extraction, and infected teeth with apical bone loss should be extracted promptly rather than monitored. Overall, the podcast provides helpful clinical advice and perspectives for veterinary dental professionals. Love Veterinary Dentistry?
Contrary to common belief, scoliosis affects a larger percentage of older patients than children. It's most prevalent between 10 and 18 years of age and this is something that we call adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Types of Scoliosis Idiopathic Scoliosis: The most common type with no clear singular causation factor; it is a multifactor problem. Neuromuscular Scoliosis: Associated with conditions like Down syndrome, neurofibromatosis, and cerebral palsy. Congenital Scoliosis: Results from bone malformation during fetal development. Degenerative Scoliosis: Caused by age-related deterioration of the spine; not a natural part of aging. Symptoms of Adult Scoliosis Pain, typically starting around 40 years of age. Pain results from the spine compressing over time, causing localized back pain and radiating pain in the legs and feet. Postural changes such as leaning to one side, uneven shoulders, rib arches, and hips can occur. Scoliosis can affect the lower extremities, leading to hip, knee, and foot problems. Alignment issues in the spine can also disrupt balance and nerve function. Impact of Untreated Scoliosis If left untreated, scoliosis can have wide-ranging effects on the body's biomechanical system. Since everything is connected to the spine, it can lead to mechanical issues and affect nerve function. Nerve dysfunction can result in neurological pain and other health problems. The primary goal of treatment in adult scoliosis should be curve reduction to prevent further deterioration. Preserving function and avoiding invasive treatments like surgery should also be a priority. Stabilizing the condition, improving spinal muscles for support, and reducing pain are essential treatment objectives. Scoliosis treatment in adults can only be effective with early intervention. By reducing the curve and maintaining spinal health can significantly improve the quality of life and reduce the need for invasive treatments. Be sure to subscribe to Dr. Tony Nalda's podcast for more valuable insights and information. Artlist.io 847544
I want to clear up some confusion about electrolyte powder and explain why it's so beneficial. Electrolytes are electrically charged minerals. One of the main purposes of electrolytes is to power the nervous system, which powers the muscles and organs. Electrolytes are responsible for important functions in the body, including: • Nerve transmission • Muscle contraction • Fluid movement (hydration) • pH • Energy Electrolyte deficiency can impact the body in many different ways. Side effects of electrolyte deficiency can include: • Weakness • Fatigue • Brain fog • Dehydration • Palpitations • Dizziness • Cramps (especially at night) Top causes of electrolyte deficiency: • Consumption of refined carbs or sugar • Diuretics • Stress • MSG • Excess water consumption • Vomiting • Diarrhea • Diabetes • Sweating Generally, two types of electrolytes are available: sport and regular. My Sports Hydration Electrolytes, for example, contain a different balance of potassium and sodium than my regular Electrolyte Powder. This is because when you exercise and sweat, you need more sodium. It wouldn't be a problem if you took my regular Electrolyte Powder while exercising, but you must take extra sea salt during the day. Sodium and potassium are two vital electrolytes for the body, and it's crucial to have them in the correct balance. The daily requirement for potassium is 4700 mg, which can be challenging to get from the diet alone. You need to consume at least seven to ten cups of salad daily to get the potassium you need. This is why many people choose to enhance their diet with electrolyte powder. If we look closer at different electrolyte powders, mine has more potassium and sodium by far. Other top brands only contain three electrolytes and insane amounts of sugar. Compared to Dr. Berg Sports Hydration Electrolytes, which contain five electrolytes in much higher amounts, with trace minerals and zero sugar. It has organic stevia, natural flavoring, and no hidden maltodextrin.
Are you attending the Society for Neuroscience's Annual Meeting Neuroscience 2023? If you are, join us for a live episode of Building Up the Nerve in the form of a professional development workshop."Building Up the Nerve" to Develop your NIH Training Application will take place Monday, November 13th, 2023, from 9:00 to 11:00 AM ET at the Washington Convention Center, room 207B. All Neuroscience 2023 attendees are welcome.This interactive workshop will prepare graduate students, postdocs, junior faculty, and their mentors to apply for NIH funding. We will have a panel with advice on strategies from successful awardees and reviewers, then you'll have a chance to ask questions of NIH staff and former podcast guests in small group discussions.Add this event to your meeting planner: https://www.abstractsonline.com/pp8/#!/10892/session/401 Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
We've all been there, making promises to ourselves that we just don't keep. But why does this happen? Let's explore the psychological barriers that stop us from doing the things we say we will and discuss how to break through them. For more information and the full show notes visit https://susanhyatt.co/068
When you think about improving your health, you probably consider implementing daily habits like preparing nutritious meals, adding more movement to your routine, and getting quality sleep. But before you can make lasting changes in those areas, you'll have to cultivate the mindset and the environment that makes those healthy changes not only possible, but natural. On this episode of The Model Health Show, you're going to hear my interview on Sway in the Morning to promote the launch of The Eat Smarter Cookbook. You'll hear how changing your mindset can upgrade your health and why changing your environment is the best way to make healthy choices automatic. You're also going to hear some of my personal story, including the evolution of my career and my own health journey. This interview contains powerful conversations on transforming your mindset, how ultra-processed foods are harming our health, how to approach health in a balanced way, and the important role that connection plays in dictating our health outcomes. I'm honored and excited to share this interview with you. In this episode you'll discover: How I became interested in health. The power of having an audacious goal. Why empowerment is a key factor in changing your life. The first domino in creating a change. How your environment influences your health outcomes. The major differences in food quality in the US vs. other countries. What ultra-processed foods are. How the healthcare industry and processed food companies profit from sick people. What to consider about filtering water. Why the term BPA free is misleading. The critical role sodium plays in the body. What percentage of the average American's diet is ultra-processed foods. The role of epigenetics in determining your health outcomes. Why eating with your family can have powerful effects on your health. How to create a culture of health and connection around the dinner table. Items mentioned in this episode include: EatSmarterCookbook.com -- Order your copy today! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! PaleoValley.com/model -- Use code MODEL for 15% off! Sway's Universe Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Thank You To Our Sponsors! This episode is brought to you by Four Sigmatic. Even when I'm traveling, I always bring along my four Sigmatic think coffee blend of organic coffee and dual extracted chaga and lion's mane mushrooms. I travel with their little travel packs and at home I'm making the full coffee grounds and the drip, it's a whole vibe that I do each morning for my wife and I. Especially when I'm traveling, I wanna make sure that my cognitive function and my immune system is on point. But it's really about immunomodulation and that's the power of these dual extracted medicinal mushrooms. They're clinically proven. We're talking mountains of peer-reviewed data affirming that they have immunomodulating capacity to help to uplevel or increase the activity of our immune system if needed, or to help bring down our immune system activity to make sure that it's not hyperactive. And in particular, Chaga mushroom has been shown to increase the production of something called superoxide dismutase, a super antioxidant in the human body that's really influential on the health and performance of our immune system. But also for that cognitive performance, lion's mane is pointed out by researchers at the University of Malaya where they discovered that it is able to increase the activity of something called nerve growth factor in our brain. Nerve growth factor is essential in the regulation of growth, maintenance, proliferation, and survival of various brain cells. That is powerful stuff. In a study published in biomedical research test subjects with a variety of health complaints, including anxiety and poor sleep quality, were given lion's mane or a placebo for four weeks. The participants who use lion's mane significantly reduced levels of irritation and anxiety than those in the placebo group. The researchers stated, "Our findings show that lion's mane intake has the possibility to reduce depression and anxiety." There are solutions out there. But again, we don't know, we don't know. It's all about education. It's all about empowerment. Head over there, check them out. It's foursigmatic.com/model. That's foursigmatic.com/model. Check out their incredible think blend. You get 10% off storewide, by the way. And in addition to their coffee blends, they also have a wonderful hot cacao or hot cocoa blend that has reishi mushroom in there. They also have elixirs themselves. So if you're not a big fan of coffee, you can get the lion's mane itself, cordyceps, chaga, and many other wonderful things. So again, head over there, check them out, foursigmatic.com/model for 10% off. This episode is. Brought to you by PaleoValley. I've got some very bad news for you about vitamin C supplements. Most people have no idea that typical vitamin C supplements are made from corn syrup or corn starch derived from GMO crops. The synthetic ascorbic acid found in most vitamin C supplements is structurally similar to naturally derived whole food sources of vitamin C, but they are not the same thing. Whole food and whole food concentrates of vitamin C have hundreds of other bioactive cofactors that make vitamin C work miraculously in our bodies. While synthetic vitamin C is the very definition of a one-trick pony. In fact by being devoid of essential cofactors Synthetic vitamin C supplements can be outright harmful to your health. For instance, a 2013 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal medicine found that participants taking synthetic vitamin C supplements had twice the risk of developing kidney stones. Another study from researchers at USC found that a daily dose of synthetic vitamin C thickened the walls of participants arteries two and a half times faster than those not taking the synthetic supplement. This is absolutely insane because, number one, it's one of the most popular standalone supplements in the world and commonly found in most multi-vitamins. Number two, whole food based, whole food concentrates of real Vitamin C are remarkably effective in lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease even in people engaged in high-risk behaviors like smoking. A randomized placebo-controlled study published in the Journal of Cardiology had 20 smokers Consume a whole food concentrate of vitamin C in the form of camu camu berry daily over the course of a one-week study. And it led to significantly lowered oxidative stress and lowered inflammatory biomarkers. What's more there were no changes in these markers in the placebo group who received an ordinary Synthetic vitamin C supplement. Because of the damage humans have done to the soil microbiome Levels of vitamin C are notably lower in typical foods. That's why I've been utilizing a whole food vitamin C concentrate blend of camu camu berry, Acerola cherry, and amla berry for years. And I'm on a mission to spread awareness about this and get people off Synthetic vitamin C supplements. The essential C complex from Paleovalley is all organic, no synthetic ingredients, and no fillers. 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Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Facial Nerve Palsy (Bell's Palsy) with special guest Loretta Buttt (Clara Sterling). Sponsored by Caldera + Lab (use code "jockdoc" to get 20% off!). Not so boring! https://calderalab.com/pages/podcast-special-offer?show=Jock+Doc&utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=JocDoc https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guest: Clara Sterling. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith
The fourth Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Building Up the Nerve podcast, where we discuss the unwritten rules, or “hidden curriculum,” of scientific research at every career stage. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In our final episode of the season, we talk about careers outside of academia, with a focus on how to find what jobs exist, how to prepare for these jobs, and what to know when you transition.Featuring Joanne Kamens, PhD, Senior Consultant, Diversity North Group; Kip Ludwig, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Ekemini A. Udofa Riley, PhD, Founder & President, Coalition for Aligning Science.ResourcesAAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF): https://www.aaas.org/programs/science-technology-policy-fellowships Association for Women in Science (AWIS): https://awis.org/ MassBio: https://www.massbio.org/ Introducing the Vitae Researcher Development Framework to employers 2011 Blogs written by Dr. Joanne Kamens:Developing Transferable Skills During Science Training5 Uncommon Ways to Gain Career Skills During an Uncommon TimePodcast with Dr. Joanne Kamens:What is a Peer Mentoring Group? Part 1: Joanne Kamens with iBiologyWebinars with Dr. Joanne Kamens:Top 10 Things Scientists Ask About Transitioning Out of Academia "Not" Networking 101 - Building Relationships for SuccessHow to Choose the Right Next Lab or WorkplaceTranscript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
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In today's episode, I bring you a lesson straight from the Camino, where a chance encounter with a freshly minted life coach from Madrid gave me a great reminder of the importance of time freedom. For more information and the full show notes visit https://susanhyatt.co/067
Tanner Melton, PharmD reviews pharmacologic management of post cardiac transplant. For more pharmacy content, follow Mayo Clinic Pharmacy Residency Programs @MayoPharmRes. You can also connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
Dr. Devin Smith, physician with St. Luke's Physical Medicine and Rehab, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss Electromyography, which is a helpful tool used to assess the health of muscles, and the nerve cells that control them.To learn more about rehabilitation services available at St. Luke's visit unitypoint.org.Do you have a question about a trending medical topic? Ask Dr. Arnold! Submit your question and it may be answered by Dr. Arnold on the podcast! Submit your questions at: https://www.unitypoint.org/cedarrapids/submit-a-question-for-the-mailbag.aspxIf you have a topic you'd like Dr. Arnold to discuss with a guest on the podcast, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a Friend of the Show! – join our Patreon communityWe're chatting about whether we're wired as early birds or night owls. We compare our early morning and late night habits, explore what those times of day feel like to us, and share how our husbands' early bird tendencies are aligned – or not – with ours. Plus funny stories of being night owls and early birds.Mentioned on the show:The Lazy Genius podcastHappier podcastLaneige Water Bank Blue Hyaluronic Cleansing FoamNerve plantZZ plant Become a Friend of the Show! – join our Patreon communityConnect with us on Instagram: @higirlsnextdoorSee show notes on our website: girlnextdoorpodcast.comWe love to get your emails: email@example.comYour reviews on Apple Podcasts really help the show - thank you! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What is the underlying factor that drives humans to engage in behaviors that are damaging? Whether it's gambling, drinking, or eating to excess, it's not uncommon in our society for folks to get sucked into repetitive, detrimental habits. It turns out, there's an evolutionary foundation behind this behavior, and it's the topic of the new book, The Scarcity Brain. Today's guest, Michael Easter is a professor and the author of The Comfort Crisis and The Scarcity Brain. His work encompasses the idea of utilizing modern science and evolutionary wisdom in order to lead healthier, more fulfilled lives. He joins this episode of The Model Health Show to share the fascinating science of scarcity, moderation, fixation, and happiness. You're going to learn about the scarcity loop and how it drives us to repeat unhealthy habits. We'll talk about the psychology of gambling, overeating, excessive screen time, and so much more. If you want to break the cycle of constantly craving more, this interview will help you create meaningful change. I hope you enjoy this interview with Michael Easter! In this episode you'll discover: The interesting ways our society has removed discomfort from our daily lives. Why there's an evolutionary mismatch between our drive and our environment. What scarcity brain means. Why moderation is so difficult for most folks. What we can learn about human drive from slot machines. Three main components of a behavior loop. Examples of the scarcity loop in our modern world. The psychology of gambling. What pigeon studies on gambling can teach us about stimulation. How the theory of optimal stimulation explains addiction. Why slot machines became more popular after a few simple tweaks. How humans evolved to overeat. The fascinating history of snacking. Three v's of a popular snack. Why ultra-processed foods are easier to overeat. Three ways to fix your craving mindset. How scarcity cues can impact our behavior. The internal cues that prompt us to pick up our phones. How boredom can enhance creativity. Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off + free shipping! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! Scarcity Brain by Michael Easter The Comfort Crisis by Michael Easter Connect with Michael Easter Website / Newsletter / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Thanks to our Sponsors! This episode is brought to you by Organifi. Today, more than ever, because of all the stress inputs and how our bodies are processing the data that we're being exposed to, we very often need a little bit of a support. That's where the term supplement should come in at. Supplements should not replace an already healthy diet. It should supplement, it should fill in minor gaps. It should help us to be able to go above and beyond so that we're running on all cylinders. Now, we've existed recently in recent generations in the paradigm of the "multivitamin", and the data is now pointing to the fact that there is a very big difference in synthetic versions of vitamins versus real whole food versions of those same vitamins. Just because the the chemical equation is the same does not mean that it's impacting our health the same way. Take for example, essential nutrient vitamin E. This nutrient is important for healthy function of your cardiovascular system, cognitive performance, and even the health of your skin. Well, the study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition determined that natural food-based vitamin E, has nearly twice the bioavailability of synthetic vitamin E. So again, the data is now becoming more and more clear. Just because we get a "multivitamin" that has these synthetic versions of these essential nutrients, does not mean that our cells can actually utilize it. So when we're looking at fortifying our nutrition, providing ourselves with an abundance of essential nutrients, we wanna do this with number one, real whole foods. And number two, real food concentrates. Superfood concentrates. This is why I'm such a huge fan of Organifi. Organifi provides organic whole food-based superfood concentrates superfoods like chlorella, for example, which is incredibly rich in Chlorophyll, which a study published in the Journal Appetite found that chlorophyll can aid in weight loss and reduce the urge to eat hyper-palatable foods. But it also has remarkable micronutrients like Lutein and Zeaxanthin that helps with our cardiovascular system, with our vision and much more. These foods go above and beyond with their nutrient density. And on top of that, a double-blind placebo controlled study published in the journal Clinical and Experimental Hypertension found that Chlorella was able to normalize blood pressure of test subjects with hypertension. So when I'm saying these foods are superfoods, I'm not exaggerating. We're talking about science backed, we're talking about real. If we're talking about a multivitamin, this is where you need to turn, Whole Food concentrates. Organifi's Green Juice contains chlorella, spirulina, ashwagandha, coconut, and it comes together in this really refreshing beverage that's easy to make, easy to travel with as well. They have these great go packs and providing our families with real whole food-based complimentary nutrition. Go to organifi.com/model. You get 20% off their incredible Green Juice Blend. They also have a great Red Juice Formula Gold highlighting organic turmeric as the foundational ingredient in that formula. And so much more. Organifi is doing stuff the right way, organic, cold processing, organic whole food-based nutrition at organifi.com/model. That's organifi.com/model for 20% off storewide. This episode is brought to you by Four Sigmatic. The human brain is the most powerful pharmacy in the universe. And I'm saying that because every single thought that we think creates correlating chemistry in our bodies and that biochemistry is designed uniquely for you. It's beyond bio identical hormones or neurotransmitters. These are designed specifically for your own receptor site. So what you're making within your own body based on your thoughts, your perception of reality, is of the utmost importance. And obviously, thoughts of stress and anxiety, and worry and fear, these are going to create cascades that make us feel a certain way. The same with more positive and affirmative feelings and thoughts of joy, of love, of connection. But all of our emotions matter. Now, the thing is, if we're talking about health and longevity, we want to make sure that we're stacking conditions to have more positive, affirmative thoughts and buffer us from the stressful thoughts that we are inevitably going to have. Now, our sleep hygiene, our movement practices, and also our nutrition are of the utmost importance in helping to modulate these things. And when it comes to managing stress, there is one particular story, tea that has been utilized for thousands of years that stands head and shoulders above the rest. A study published in Biomedical Research found that test subjects with a variety of health complaints, including anxiety and poor sleep quality, were given lion's main medicinal mushroom or a placebo for four weeks to monitor their metabolic and psychological impact. The participants who utilize lion's mane had significantly reduced levels of anxiety and irritation than those in the placebo group. The researcher stated, quote, our results show that lion's main intake has the possibility to reduce depression and anxiety unquote. Not only that, scientists at the University of Malaya discovered that compounds in lion's mane are able to significantly improve the activity of a nerve growth factor in the brain. Nerve growth factor is essential in the regulation of growth, maintenance, proliferation and survival of various brain cells. If we want to have a healthy brain and protect our brain cells, which we don't have, the regenerative activity of brain cells like we do other cells in our bodies, we've got to take care of our brain cells. This is one of the few things ever discovered that has that protective capacity for me and my family. We want to make sure that the medicinal mushrooms that we're utilizing lions mane, chaga, rishi, and the like are all done via a dual extraction to make sure that we're getting these bio active compounds in a more full fashion. So via a hot water extract and an alcohol extract, there's one company that's doing that and infusing these incredible medicinal mushrooms into things like organic coffee, organic hot cocoa, and I'm talking about the folks at Four Sigmatic. Go to foursigmatic.com//model you get 10% off store wide of all of their incredible medicinal mushroom elixirs, cocos, and their organic coffee blends as well. Today I actually had the lions main and chaga organic coffee blend. This is one of those things, of course, it puts you on ten, but it helps you to modulate and manage your energy. It's not one of those things where you get this jolt of energy and then it leaves you lagging later on. It's very steady, mild mannered behavior and also helping to really activate the cognitive function that we're looking at when we're talking about things like lion's main, medicinal mushroom. Can get 10% off store wide plus more. 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Episode 60Title: The Transformative Impact of Equine Laryngeal Nerve Reinnervation with Dr. Fabrice Rossignol#roodandriddle #RRVP @roodandriddle YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/T__OGWbF6kYSummary:In this episode of Stallside, cohosts Dr. Peter Morresey and Dr. Bart Barber delve into the fascinating world of equine upper airway disease with renowned French surgeon, Dr. Fabrice Rossignol. Join us as we explore the intricate procedure of equine laryngeal nerve reinnervation, a groundbreaking technique revolutionizing the treatment of equine upper airway disease and how it is changing the lives of affected horses.Dr. Rossignol, an expert in equine surgery based in Paris, France, shares his insights into the challenges horses face when they suffer from laryngeal dysfunction, which can affect their performance and overall quality of life. With his innovative surgical approach, Dr. Rossignol has been able to restore laryngeal function, allowing them to regain their strength and agility.Throughout this episode, you'll learn about the science behind laryngeal nerve reinnervation and the remarkable success stories that have emerged from this groundbreaking procedure.
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Carpal Tunnel (Median Nerve) Neuropathy with special guest Jimmy “Johnny” Smith (Aaron Shore). Sponsored by Caldera + Lab (use code "jockdoc" to get 20% off!). Not so boring! https://calderalab.com/pages/podcast-special-offer?show=Jock+Doc&utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=JocDoc https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guest: Aaron Shore. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith
Today's episode is the annual episode we recorded at the retreat when we were together in real life, which means we have to apologize to you for the sound. You'd think it'd be better in person, but the reality is that a single shared microphone is a questionable idea. With that said, we had so much fun discussing a portion of Edwin Friedman's excellent on leadership, A Failure of Nerve. You're going to love this conversation! *** Have you heard about our upcoming Sophie Mentorship? It starts very soon on October 23rd! If you like today's podcast discussion, you will love the mentorship because we'll be spending extended time immersed in ideas surrounding being an adult and becoming a strong leader. In fact, the mentorship is called Grow Up: Courage to Be the Adult in the Room. We'll be reading from four different books (including the classic Art of War by Sun Tzu) and having various types of rich discussions as we flesh out how to grow up so that we can better mother our children. Just go to scholesisters.com/sistership and join as a Sophie to be a part of this fabulous four-month study. *** Click here to access today's show notes. Click here to join the Sistership.
The fourth Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Building Up the Nerve podcast, where we discuss the unwritten rules, or “hidden curriculum,” of scientific research at every career stage. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In episode 9, we talk about succeeding as mid-career faculty, including challenges mid-career faculty face such as maintaining funding, advancing in your career, and balancing internal service expectations. Featuring Rebecca Shansky, PhD, Associate Professor, Northeastern University; Kafui Dzirasa, MD, PhD, Professor, Chief Vision and Values Scientist, Duke University; and Francisco Barrera, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Tennessee-Knoxville.ResourcesBRAIN Initiative® Multi-Council Working Group: https://braininitiative.nih.gov/about/multi-council-working-group “Hidden curriculum for mid-career faculty” by Terry McGlynn: https://smallpondscience.com/2022/07/18/hidden-curriculum-for-mid-career-faculty/ Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
The boys dive into Joey D's viral golf video, the flop of the Logan Paul fight, The Butterfinger debate, and finish it off with Top 5 biggest surprises of the NFL season so far. https://bit.ly/3jyUxPg Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebrilliantlydumbshow/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thebrilliantlydumbshow?lang=en Follow Bob: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brilliantlydumb/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@brilliantlydumb?lang=en
November 2023 Journal Club Podcast Title: A Direct Comparison of Targeted Muscle Reinnervation (TMR) and Regenerative Peripheral Nerve Interfaces (RPNI) to Prevent Neuroma Pain To read journal article: https://journals.lww.com/neurosurgery/fulltext/9900/a_direct_comparison_of_targeted_muscle.762.aspx Author: Jenna-Lynn B. Senger, PhD and Christine A. Webber, PhD Guest faculty: Thomas J. Wilson, MD Moderator: Alexander Suarez, MD Co-chair: Kimberly B. Hoang, MD
Visit www.EAInterviews.com/BobWheeler for episode-specific show notes & www.EAInterviews.com for complete show notes of every podcast episode. On today's episode, we learn about: The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money with Financial Expert & Motivator, Author & Founder of The Money Nerve Bob Wheeler
Stacey Blood and Laurie Ann Layne of the heavy rockin blues band The Bloody Nerve return with their intensely exciting, sometimes angry, concept album, All Blood, No Treasure. The album is told in 4 Acts, each one more exciting then the last, building to a riveting conclusion! Listen to the tales behind the audio assault right here or go watch the story unfold in succession at www.thebloodynerve.com Some interesting #killingjokeband talk and more in- the- studio secrets on top of the strongest rock n'roll record of this year and years to come! #allbloodnotreasure #thebloodynerve #hardrockblues #fairlydark #bluesrock #rocknrollnow @thebloodynerve @TheBloodyNerve #kettlewhistleradio #killingjokeband Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Tarsal Tunnel (Tibial Nerve) Neuropathy with special guest Captain Kaboom (Arrash Pirasteh). Sponsored by Caldera + Lab (use code "jockdoc" to get 20% off!). Not so boring! https://calderalab.com/pages/podcast-special-offer?show=Jock+Doc&utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=JocDoc https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guest: Arrash Pirasteh. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith
In middle school around age 13 Kerry noticed she started to have pain. After doing a few toe touch tests, nothing was noticed, though she had a significant curve. In high school, she was playing a lot of sports, during which she was given a brace & told “wait & see.” Not understanding what was happening, she & her friends would make a joke out of it. She wore her brace at night though she was told to wear it 24/7. While in college her pain became so significant that surgery became her only choice, though she wanted to put it off. She decided that Christmas break would be the best time to have surgery, thinking it was no big deal. Break was over & she flew back to school & was carrying her books living her every day college life. She started to notice after being fused T1- T11, her pain patterns hadn't changed. The continued when she was in grad school. The pains kept her frozen, including where she was fused. It was during this time that she learned about the nervous system & the things she could do to help her Scoliosis, Schroth Scoliosis Pilates just to name a few. When she started working on these, techniques, her pain started to “melt away.” After talking with Erin Meyers, from Spiral Spine, hearing other peoples stories, Kerry started to learn about the ways to take control through her nervous system. She believes that taking some of the trauma out of Scoliosis will lesson the pain. This is something that resinates with her. Take the darkness, fight or flight “Dorsal Vagal” out. Kelly started to notice that what she was sharing with her clients, she wasn't applying to herself. She heard a repetitive voice that kept playing on a cassette player. This voice kept triggering her. As she explored, she discovered that her triggers came from doctors language. She found Vivian DaywithViv on Instagram. Through Viv's program, her world opened up. Kerry learned how to change that language started got certified in neurological fitness-short somatic exercises that make you feel safe. Through her own work, she created an 8 week program, Nerve to Sour. Master anxiety & heal your nervous system. Where can you find Kerry: Instagram Kerry Green LEAVE A REVIEW: if you enjoy this episode, we'd to hear what was your take away. Be sure to do over to Apple Podcasts & leave a review. If you know someone who this can help please share. Take a screen shot & share it with us on instagram @T3fitt. Do you follow Teresa on TikTok yet? Head over to T3Fitt and follow her and her team for additional content.
Join Dr. Ernst as he discusses the connection between Subluxation (nerve interference), Leaky Gut and Glyphosate/Heavy Metal Toxicity as the main functional causes of a hypothyroid diagnosis and the testing involved in solving this naturally.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The fourth Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Building Up the Nerve podcast, where we discuss the unwritten rules, or “hidden curriculum,” of scientific research at every career stage. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In episode 8, we talk about succeeding as junior faculty, including starting a lab from scratch, balancing all aspects of the job, and how to manage tenure expectations.Featuring Ishmail Abdus-Saboor, PhD, Assistant Professor, Columbia University; Katie Wilkinson, PhD, Professor, San Jose State University; and Jack Lipton, PhD, Professor, Michigan State University.ResourcesMaximizing Investigators' Research Award (MIRA) (R35): https://nigms.nih.gov/Research/mechanisms/MIRA Resources from the 2022 “Maintaining a Neural Network: Transforming Mentorship Workshop”: https://www.ninds.nih.gov/news-events/events/maintaining-neural-network-transforming-mentorship-workshop NIH Glossary: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/glossary.htm NIH Early Stage Investigator Resources: https://grants.nih.gov/policy/early-stage/index.htm Support for Research Excellence (SuRE): https://www.ninds.nih.gov/funding/about-funding/types-research-support/research-project-grants/support-research-excellence-sure-program-r16 NIH Research Enhancement Award (R15): https://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/r15.htm University of Washington BRAINS program: https://brains.uw.edu/ Big 10 Academic Alliance: https://btaa.org/ Diversity R01 for New and “At-Risk” Investigators: https://www.ninds.nih.gov/funding/about-funding/types-research-support/research-project-grants/diversity-r01-new-and-risk-investigators Books:At the Helm: Leading your Laboratory by Kathy Barker Making the Right Moves: A Practical Guide to Scientific Management for Postdocs and New Faculty, Second Edition from HHMI: https://www.hhmi.org/science-education/programs/resources/making-right-moves The Grant Application Writer's Workbook for NIH: https://www.grantcentral.com/workbooks/national-institutes-of-health/ Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
The 10YS team hits the court for some real live tennis…in an actual tournament. John delivers a point by point breakdown of Genique's tournament debut and her plans on improving moving forward. Spoiler alert…she can't get any worse
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An agency that most Americans have never heard of has been running a whole-of-government censorship operation. This is the CISA—the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency—which is part of the Department of Homeland Security. On Oct. 3, however, the agency's powers of mass censorship were frozen by a court order. ⭕️
Download for FREE today - special Mnemonics Cheatsheet - so you can be SURE that you have that Must Know information down: bit.ly/nursing-memory Outline Oh Oh Oh To Touch And Feel Very Good Velvet AH! O-Olfactory O-Optic O-Oculomotor T-Trochlear T-Trigeminal A-Abducens F-Facial V-Vestibulocochlear G-Glossopharyngeal V-Vagus A-Accessory H-Hypoglossal Description This is one mnemonic that can help you remember the order of the twelve cranial nerves. Remember the Spinal Accessory nerve (CN XI) can also be called the “Accessory”
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Lateral Cutaneous Nerve of Thigh Neuropathy as they share about applying to a higher education. Sponsored by Caldera + Lab (use code "jockdoc" to get 20% off!). Not so boring! https://calderalab.com/pages/podcast-special-offer?show=Jock+Doc&utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=JocDoc https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith
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In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Cranial Nerve Palsies from the Neurology section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/medbullets
From testing tongue strength to pupils being different sizes due to a migraine, ATs have to be ready for anything during a cranial nerve assessment. In this BOC in real life episode, ATs share their stories of how they evaluate cranial nerves and some of the interesting findings that come with that assessment. Featuring stories from Lena H, Jo S, Brittany B, Arika C, Luke M, Cassie C, Mary H, & many more! -- BONUS CONTENT: https://youtu.be/JzWeV1_fAbA AT CORNER FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/atcornerpodcast Instagram, Website, YouTube, and other links: atcornerds.wixsite.com/home/links EMAIL US: firstname.lastname@example.org SAVE on Medbridge: Use code ATCORNER to get $150 off your subscription SAVE on Precision AT: Use code ATCORNER for 15% off all home study courses Music: Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com) CC BY-SA -- -Sandy & Randy
The queens talk bad words and get Sharon Stoned with Lynn Emanuel in part 2 of the interview.Support Breaking Form!Review the show on Apple Podcasts here.Buy our books: Aaron's STOP LYING is available from the Pitt Poetry Series. Publisher's Weekly calls the book "visceral, tender, and compassionate." James's ROMANTIC COMEDY is available from Four Way Books. Writing in Lit Hub, Rebecca Morgan Frank says the poems have "a gift for telling stories . . . in acts of queer survival." Please consider buying your books, including Lynn Emanuel's new one, from Bluestockings Cooperative, a feminist and queer indie bookselling cooperative.Lynn Emanuel is the author of six books of poetry: Hotel Fiesta, The Dig, Then, Suddenly—, Noose and Hook, The Nerve of It: New and Selected Poems, and most recently Transcript of the Disappearance, Exact and Diminishing. She is Profosser Emerita of English at the University of Pittsburgh.Her work has been featured many times in the Pushcart Prize Anthology and Best American Poetry and is included in The Oxford Book of American Poetry. She has been a poetry editor for the Pushcart Prize Anthology, a member of the Literature Panel for the National Endowment for the Arts, and a judge for the National Book Awards.She has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Eric Matthieu King Award from The Academy of American Poets, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, a fellowship from the Ranieri Foundation and the National Poetry Series.Read Lynn's poem “Homage to Sharon Stone." Sharon Stone is a Pisces (March 10), which is also Lynn's sign (Mar. 14).Deborah Bogen's essay “Emanuel's Elegies” can be found in Plume here. Check out Bogen's website here: https://www.deborahbogen.netSharon Olds's baseball poem is collected in This Sporting Life: Contemporary American Poems About Sports and Games, published by Milkweed in 1987.The Writer's Almanac asked Sharon Olds to give some advice to young poets, and she said: "Take your vitamins. Exercise. Just work to love yourself as much as you can — not more than the people around you but not so much less." More of the interview can be found here.Watch Lynn talk about some of her favorite/influential poets here.