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Ron and Don Radio
Episode #458 - The guys talk about new research concerning the power of silence!

Ron and Don Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 24:01


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Curiosity Daily
Bee Venom Kills Cancer, Giant Manatees, Monkey Masturbation

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 11:47


Our stories today discuss how bee venom can potentially help fight cancer, the history of manatees, and recent discoveries in how monkeys use tools. Bee Venom Kills Cancer“Honeybee venom kills aggressive breast cancer cells: Australian study” by Rachel Arthurhttps://www.biopharma-reporter.com/Article/2020/09/07/Honeybee-venom-kills-aggressive-breast-cancer-cells-study“Honeybee venom 'kills some breast cancer cells'” by BBChttps://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-53994058“Honeybee venom kills aggressive breast cancer cells” by James Kingslandhttps://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/honeybee-venom-kills-aggressive-breast-cancer-cells#Blocking-messagesGiant Manatees“New research tracks the history of manatees across Earth's oceans” by Karl Bateshttps://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/08/220825120334.htm“History of Manatees Across World's Oceans Tracked by New Research” by Cristen Hemingway Jayneshttps://www.ecowatch.com/manatee-history-science.htmlMonkey Masturbation“Some Monkeys Use Stone Tools for Pleasure, Study Suggests” by Emily Antheshttps://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/26/science/monkeys-sex-toys-masturbation.html“Monkeys in Indonesia use rocks as 'sex toys'” by Patrick Pesterhttps://www.livescience.com/monkey-stone-sex-toy-hypothesisFollow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/bee-venom-kills-cancer-giant-manatees-monkey-masturbation

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
Nocturnal critters helping pollination - new research

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 6:05


New research has found that nocturnal critters are doing just as much good in terms of pollination as their day time equivalents. Lead researcher Max Buxton talks to Jesse about their findings watching creatures of the night at work.

YUTORAH: Kollel Yom Rishon -- Recent Shiurim
Atomic Teshuva: How New Research on Old Habits Can Help Us Change for the Good

YUTORAH: Kollel Yom Rishon -- Recent Shiurim

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 48:47


Stories and Strategies
New Research Suggests We Each Have 6,200 Thoughts Per Day

Stories and Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 28:44


Researchers at Queen's University in Canada have established a method that, for the first time, can detect indirectly when one thought ends and another begins. Dr Jordan Poppenk and his team call them “Thought Worms,” consisting of consecutive moments when a person is focused on the same idea.This is an extraordinary window into the mind for anyone in professional communications and marketing. Scientifically understanding how consciousness flows from one thought to the next, and the rate at which this happens, gives us keen insight into understanding, and yes, the ability to persuade effectively. For example, how many thoughts will a person actually have while drinking a cup of coffee? And does the action itself (sitting down for coffee) influence how we think?    In this episode we talk with the lead researcher, Dr Jordan Poppenk to better understand our Thought Worms.Guest: Dr Jordan PoppenkCanada Research Chair in Cognitive NeuroscienceContact Dr Poppenk through Queen's UniversityDownload the research paper Share your Halloween story via https://www.speakpipe.com/StoriesandStrategies Stories and Strategies WebsiteDo you want to podcast? Book a meeting with Doug Downs to talk about it.Email Doug directly doug@storiesandstrategies.ca Follow us on:LinkedInTwitterInstagramFacebook

LEVELS – Metabolic Insights
New research reveals more ways metabolic health impacts cognitive decline

LEVELS – Metabolic Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 11:59


Four new studies highlight how diet—as well as blood sugar and obesity—increase risk of cognitive decline, even for younger adults. Author: Pratibha Anand Reviewer: David Perlmutter, MD Link to article: https://www.levelshealth.com/blog/new-research-reveals-more-ways-metabolic-health-impacts-cognitive-decline/ Become a Levels Member – levelshealth.com Learn about Metabolic Health – levelshealth.com/blog Follow Levels on Social – @Levels on Instagram and Twitter

Today with Claire Byrne
New research on links between pesticide-use and Parkinson's disease

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 10:31


Brian O'Connell, RTE Reporter

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
New research findings on cyberbullying

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 4:24


Research from children's charity Barnardo's has revealed that 60% of children surveyed would not tell their parents if they were cyberbullied. Suzanne Connolly, CEO of Barnardos outlined the findings to Shane Beatty on Breakfast Briefing earlier Director of Engagement in DCU Anti-Bullying Centre, who is also responsible for anti-bullying programmes in schools - Darran Heaney

The Joe Pags Show
New Research Shows Covid-19 Vaccines May Be Causing Abortions - Sept 28 Hr 2 Pt 1

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 22:31


New research shows the Covid-19 vaccine may be causing abortions. PLUS – Interview with Simona Mangiante Papadopoulos! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Newstalk Breakfast Highlights
New research findings on cyberbullying

Newstalk Breakfast Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 4:24


Research from children's charity Barnardo's has revealed that 60% of children surveyed would not tell their parents if they were cyberbullied. Suzanne Connolly, CEO of Barnardos outlined the findings to Shane Beatty on Breakfast Briefing earlier Director of Engagement in DCU Anti-Bullying Centre, who is also responsible for anti-bullying programmes in schools - Darran Heaney

Triathlon Nutrition Academy
New research: Nuts contain up to 26% less calories than we thought they did

Triathlon Nutrition Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 11:49


New research highlights the actual energy (kcal/kJ) absorbed from nuts was significantly less than what's on the food label. The energy content of all food globally is done using the Atwater System - a system founded more than 120 years ago by Wilbur Atwater. But this system is flawed - it doesn't take into consideration what happens inside our gut and how our body metabolises food. Nuts and seeds have a tough fibrous exterior. We don't fully break them down to extract the energy from them or absorb the fat. A portion remains ‘locked' into their fibrous cell walls and excreted out. In a new systematic review (presented at the Dietitians Australia conference but not yet published) from the research team at the University of Wollongong, 21 published studies on the topic were pulled together to summarise what we know so far.    They discovered that: Almonds had 18.5 kilojoules per gram - 26% less than measured by the Atwater system Walnuts had 21.8 kilojoules per gram – 22% less than measured by the Atwater system Cashews had 20.5 kilojoules per gram - 14% less than measured by the Atwater system Pistachios had 22.6 kilojoules per gram - 5% less than measured by the Atwater system Which is an important reminder that calorie counting should be used as a tool rather than a strict mandate. So don't be afraid to start including a healthy 30g (1.06 ounce) serving of mixed nuts and seeds on a daily basis! LINKS: For more on why I don't think you need to calorie count as a triathlete, listen to Episode 59 HERE  Read the 2012 study on almonds HERE Website: www.dietitianapproved.com Instagram: @Dietitian.Approved  @triathlonnutritionacademy Facebook: www.facebook.com/DietitianApproved The Triathlon Nutrition Academy is a podcast by Dietitian ApprovedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NeuroFrontiers
Exploring New Research on Melanoma Brain Metastases

NeuroFrontiers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022


Guest: Benjamin Izar, MD Host: Andrew Wilner, MD, Author of "The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens" Brain metastases are common in patients with advanced melanoma and are a leading cause of cancer-related death. However, little is known as to why melanoma spreads to the brain, but new research from Columbia University may provide some answers. To discuss this recent discovery, Dr. Andrew Wilner is joined by Dr. Benjamin Izar, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons.

Galey, Emily Jade & Christo on 1029 Hot Tomato
How to improve your sex life - new research tells you how to Excel in the bedroom!

Galey, Emily Jade & Christo on 1029 Hot Tomato

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 3:57


Spread the sheets by using... a spreadsheet, and turn your "microsoft" into a "macro-hard" with these expert tips!

Irish Tech News Audio Articles
New research unveiled at Dell Technologies Forum reveals Irish businesses see their people as their greatest asset in driving digital transformation

Irish Tech News Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 6:35


New researched published today at the Dell Technologies Forum in Dublin has shown the vital role that employees play in driving digital transformation projects for business in Ireland. The survey of 200 business and IT leaders in Ireland reveals 74% of Irish respondents regard their people as their greatest asset in unlocking the potential of technology. After two years of accelerated digital transformation, half of IT leaders in Ireland say their organisation knows what it takes to digitally transform a workforce, but after such rapid change, many employees are now facing a challenge to keep up the pace. What's more, eight in ten (80%) believe their organisations underestimate how to engage with their people properly when planning transformation programmes. The results undertaken by Vanson Bourne for Dell Technologies highlight how the recent period of rapid transformation is leaving businesses and their workforce in need of time to recharge, reflect and refine before embarking on new or iterating on projects. Despite the huge progress and efforts of the past few years, the research highlights how there is still a potential for transformation to stall as 59% of respondents believe it is their people's resistance to change can lead to failure. While nearly half (49%) say they are still worried that they may be left behind due to a lack of senior vision/authority to now capitalise on the opportunity in front of them. Commenting on the results of the study, Jason Ward, Vice-President and Managing Director, Dell Technologies Ireland, said: “While businesses need breakthrough technologies to transform, harnessing the potential of that technology relies on an engaged and innovative workforce. The results of our Breakthrough study unveiled at today's Dell Technologies Forum demonstrate this very fact. “We've all seen how employees working remotely and now in a hybrid format have been crucial in driving businesses' momentum in the progress towards digital transformation. This momentum might be lost if organisations fail to recognise their people's drive for change and to build on the progress made. “That's why it is vital that businesses should take a three-pronged approach. First, provide employees with consistent and safe work experiences, not defined by where they work. Second, help boost productivity by augmenting human capabilities with technology tools that allow employees to focus on what they do best. Lastly, inspiring employees through an empathic culture and authentic leadership. By enabling a people-first approach, Irish businesses can add immeasurable value to their operations and empower innovators across their workforce.” 1. Connectivity Irish businesses performed tremendous feats to connect, collaborate and conduct business online during the pandemic, with the trend continuing as testified by half of the responders (49%) who believe they'll be more productive when working and collaborating remotely. But they're not finished. Despite working remotely these last two years, 60% of all respondents are not yet experiencing a better work-life balance. As a result, over half of business leaders (52%) believe their staff are wrestling with burnout and/or poor mental health that's impacting their work. Over half (55%) of respondents say they need their organisations to provide the necessary tools and infrastructure to work anywhere (along with the autonomy to choose their preferred working pattern). In fact, they worry their people might be left behind because they don't have the right technology to shift to a highly distributed model (where work and compute are not tied to a central place but occur everywhere). The technology alone isn't sufficient. Businesses also need to make work equitable for people with different needs, interests, and responsibilities, including the 78% of respondents that would like their organisation to do any of the following: Clearly define their ongoing commitment to flexible work arrangements and...

Galey, Emily Jade & Christo on 1029 Hot Tomato
How to improve your sex life - new research tells you how to Excel in the bedroom!

Galey, Emily Jade & Christo on 1029 Hot Tomato

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 3:57


Spread the sheets by using... a spreadsheet, and turn your "microsoft" into a "macro-hard" with these expert tips!

Flan, Emily Jade and Christo on 1029 Hot Tomato
How to improve your sex life - new research tells you how to Excel in the bedroom!

Flan, Emily Jade and Christo on 1029 Hot Tomato

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 3:57


Spread the sheets by using... a spreadsheet, and turn your "microsoft" into a "macro-hard" with these expert tips!

SARCASM MAYBE 007
Rape Poster: Men Being Raped By Women Is Much More Common Than Most People Realize, New Research Indicates .

SARCASM MAYBE 007

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 4:57


EcoNews Report
New Research Calls Into Question Carbon Offsets From Northwest California Forests

EcoNews Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 28:53


New research published in the journal Global Change Biology raises alarming questions about the efficacy of forest carbon programs registered in California's cap-and-trade program. Utilizing satellite imagery, particularly of forests in Northwest California, researchers have compared the carbon sequestered by forests versus what is claimed and have emerged with a concerning conclusion: forests registered in the offset program are overcounting the carbon that they are paid to protect. Researcher Shane Coffield joins Gang Green to discuss his findings and the implications of his research on California's carbon emission reduction strategy.Support the show

Irish Tech News Audio Articles
Microsoft unveils new research and technology to bridge the disconnect between leaders and employees so companies can thrive amid economic uncertainty

Irish Tech News Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 7:33


Microsoft Corp. has just released a Work Trend Index Pulse report, “Hybrid Work Is Just Work. Are We Doing It Wrong?” The company also announced new capabilities in Microsoft Viva, its employee experience platform, designed to help empower and energise employees in a time of economic uncertainty. The data makes clear that hybrid work has created a growing disconnect between employees and leaders. They're at odds about what constitutes productivity, how to maintain autonomy while ensuring accountability, the benefits of flexibility and the role of the office. To bridge this gap, a new approach is needed that recognises work is no longer just a place but an experience that needs to transcend time and space so employees can stay engaged and connected no matter where they are working. “Thriving employees are what will give organisations a competitive advantage in today's dynamic economic environment,” said Satya Nadella, chairman and CEO, Microsoft. “Today, we're announcing new innovations across our employee experience platform Microsoft Viva to help leaders end productivity paranoia, rebuild social capital, and re-recruit and re-energise their employees.” To help leaders navigate the new realities of work, the Work Trend Index Pulse report points to three urgent pivots every leader should make: 1. End productivity paranoia: 87% of employees report they are productive at work, but 85% of leaders say the shift to hybrid work has made it challenging to have confidence their employees are being productive. Leaders need to create clarity and alignment around company goals, eliminate busywork that doesn't support those goals and listen to their people — 57% of companies are rarely, if ever, collecting employee feedback. 2. Embrace that people come in for each other: 73% of employees say they need a better reason to go into the office besides company expectations — but they would be motivated to go in if they could socialise with co-workers (84%) or rebuild team bonds (85%). Digital communication will be crucial to keep people connected inside and out the office — both employees and leaders rank communication as the No. 1 most critical skill needed to be successful in their roles this year. 3. Re-skill to re-recruit your employees: 55% of employees say the best way to develop their skills is to change companies. However, they also say they would stay longer at their company if it was easier to change jobs internally (68%) or if they could benefit more from learning and development support (76%). To address these challenges, Microsoft is expanding its employee experience platform Microsoft Viva to help companies deliver an employee experience optimised for the way people now work. Today, Microsoft is announcing several new and enhanced capabilities coming to Viva: Viva Pulse is a new app that will enable managers and team leads to seek regular and confidential feedback on their team's experience. Viva Pulse uses smart templates and research-backed questions to help managers pinpoint what's working well and where to focus, and also provides suggested learning and actions to address team needs. Viva Amplify is a new app that will empower leaders and communicators to elevate their message and reach employees where they are with consistency and impact. The app centralises communications campaigns, offers writing guidance to improve message resonance, enables publishing across multiple channels and distribution groups in Microsoft 365, and provides metrics for improvement. Answers in Viva is a new capability that will use AI to match employee questions to answers and experts across the organisation to help put collective knowledge to work for all employees. People in Viva is a new capability that will use AI to create rich profile cards with details on an employee's interests, knowledge and team goals to help colleagues easily discover connections, experts and insights across the organisation. These insights will be available through Micr...

SBS World News Radio
The stricter the lockdown, the greater the loss in life satisfaction: new research

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 4:31


A study has found what many suspected would be the case when COVID lockdowns came into effect: the measures designed to protect people's physical health had an enduring impact on their mental health and wellbeing.

The Mortar & Pestle
Episode 90: New Research in Testosterone with Bruce Biundo

The Mortar & Pestle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 34:22


Bruce Biundo, RPh, FACA, joins co-hosts Mike De Lisio and Sebastian Denison, RPh, FAARM (candidate), to further explore all things men's health. They specifically discuss the latest research on testosterone of men with COVID — and much more.

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
"Silent" environmentalists discovered in new research

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 9:39


The University of Queensland recently surveyed 2,000 Australians to find out more about their connection to the environment. Lead author and PhD candidate Nicola Sockhill talks to Jesse.

The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast
COS - 160 - Cats And Carbs: New Research On A Nutritional Controversy

The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 27:33


Dr. Dottie Laflamme, a board certified veterinary nutritionist, joins the podcast to discuss a peer-reviewed article she first-authored earlier this year: Evidence does not support the controversy regarding carbohydrates in feline diets. She and Dr. Roark discuss the controversy, the role of carbohydrates in feline digestion and disease pathology and management, and finally, the pros and cons of feeding a wet vs dry commercial food. LINKS: Evidence does not support the controversy regarding carbohydrates in feline diets: https://avmajournals.avma.org/view/journals/javma/260/5/javma.21.06.0291.xml Purina Institute: https://www.purinainstitute.com/ Tufts University Vet Nutrition: https://vetnutrition.tufts.edu/ AAVN: https://aavnutrition.org/ Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Course: https://drandyroark.com/on-demand-staff-training/ What's on my Scrubs?! Card Game: https://drandyroark.com/training-tools/ Dr. Andy Roark Swag: drandyroark.com/shop All Links: linktr.ee/DrAndyRoark ABOUT OUR GUEST: Dr. Dottie Laflamme received her DVM, MS in ruminant nutrition, and PhD in nutrition and physiology, all from the University of Georgia. She completed her clinical nutrition residency as an ALPO Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Nutrition. Dr. Laflamme is a Diplomate and past-President of the American College of Veterinary Nutrition. She is an author on over 200 scientific and technical publications; and has been a speaker at a number of veterinary, research, and continuing education programs worldwide. She worked for Purina (first Ralston Purina, now Nestle Purina) in the Research and Development Department from 1990 until her retirement in 2015. Her research focused on therapeutic nutrition, especially obesity management, and geriatric nutrition. She currently works as an independent consultant. Dottie lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western Virginia.

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
Dr. Lin: New research that claims to explain why non-smokers get lung cancer

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 7:44


A team from the Francis Crick Institute and University College London thinks that air pollution could play a bigger role in the development of lung cancer than previously thought. Our house doctor Peter Lin talks about how this new research could mean new solutions.

On Auschwitz
"On Auschwitz" (24): New Research on the History of Auschwitz

On Auschwitz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 28:56


It might seem that we already know everything about the history of places such as Auschwitz, because several decades have passed since the events and we have access to a great many documents and thousands of testimonies. However, this is not true. We are constantly learning new facts about the history of the camp, as Dr. Piotr Setkiewicz, the head of the Memorial Research Centre, explains in our podcast.

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Public patients may wait up to 18 months for ECG compared to one month for private patients, new research

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 4:35


Our Regional Reporter Teresa Mannion reports

Radio Boston
Ask the Doctors: Updated vaccine boosters, and new research on long COVID

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 19:58


Our medical experts answer your questions about the latest in everything COVID-19.

The Source
Adult friendships after the pandemic are difficult to maintain, new research on the science of attachment can help

The Source

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 49:00


Close friendships in Americans have declined in the past several decades. The pandemic has made it difficult to maintain friendships for American adults. A study has shown that there is a correlation between those who experience loneliness and worsening health problems.

America Emboldened with Greg Boulden
Billionaire Bloodlines and New Research on Long Covid

America Emboldened with Greg Boulden

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 43:12


America Emboldened with Greg Boulden – America has an obsession with the monarchy and may fail to look at the reality of bloodlines continuing feudal systems in our Republic. The one common denominator is those with money influence those without. In the second half of today's show, I discuss Long Covid. Shocking research is coming out almost daily...

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
Billionaire Bloodlines and New Research on Long Covid

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 43:12


America Emboldened with Greg Boulden – America has an obsession with the monarchy and may fail to look at the reality of bloodlines continuing feudal systems in our Republic. The one common denominator is those with money influence those without. In the second half of today's show, I discuss Long Covid. Shocking research is coming out almost daily...

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio
New research chair takes on palliative care in Nova Scotia

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 9:01


For the first time, Nova Scotia now has someone who is dedicated to studying palliative care. Guest host Carolyn Ray spoke with Dr. Mary Ellen Macdonald, the first J&W Murphy Foundation Endowed Chair in Palliative Care.

Redeye
New research institute studies the 200 years of slavery in Canada (encore)

Redeye

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 17:54


In June 2021, NSCAD University in Halifax announced that it was going to set up an institute to study Canadian slavery. The initiative was spearheaded by Dr. Charmaine Nelson, the first Black tenured professor of art history in Canada. The Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery will be a hub for the study of the art, visual cultures, and histories of Canadian slavery and its legacies. We talked with Dr. Charmaine Nelson last year.

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
New research findings by Cybersafe kids

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 10:30


New research by Cybersafe kids has shown that 25% of 8-12-year-olds have seen content that ‘bothered' them and one-third of school boys who play online video games are exposed to harmful content – we hear what parents can do to deal with these worrying figures.

Cincinnati Edition
New research explores barriers to COVID treatments among Greater Cincinnati Latinx communities

Cincinnati Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 25:43


Researchers have made great strides in treating COVID-19. But not everyone in Greater Cincinnati has equal access to those treatments.

The Sound of Ideas
Urban historians reveal new research about the origins of redlining

The Sound of Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 58:30


On the "Sound of Ideas" we discuss new research questioning some commonly held beliefs about famous redlining maps. Detailed show notes at https://www.ideastream.org/programs/sound-of-ideas/urban-historians-reveal-new-research-about-the-origins-of-redlining.

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast
Hygiene Chat: Discussing the New Research on Effectiveness of LISTERINE® Antiseptic

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 16:26


In this Hygiene Chat, Kara Vavrosky, RDHEP, sat down with Angie Stone, BS, RDH, to discuss the new research published in the Journal of Dental Hygiene that shows after prophylaxis, LISTERINE® Antiseptic is 4.6 times more effective than flossing by a dental hygienist for sustained supragingival biofilm reduction*. Podcast originally posted as a video on Kara RDH's Facebook page on August 30, 2022: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/videos/460738099160744 A big thank you to LISTERINE® for sponsoring this episode. To learn more about the study and see the research for yourself, head on over to https://www.listerineprofessional.com/the-science-of-listerine/attack-plaque *Flossing by a dental hygienist Need CE? Check out the latest courses at https://rdh.tv/ce Get daily dental hygiene articles at https://www.todaysrdh.com Follow Today's RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kara_rdh/

Cincinnati Edition
New research explores barriers to COVID treatments among Greater Cincinnati Latinx communities

Cincinnati Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 25:43


Researchers have made great strides in treating COVID-19. But not everyone in Greater Cincinnati has equal access to those treatments.

Radio Boston
New research analyzes breathing patterns to detect Parkinson's disease

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 12:30


Researchers at MIT are using artificial intelligence to diagnose Parkinson's disease before symptoms begin.

Wellness While Walking
136. Short Walks for our Health (New Research!) + Longer, Slow Walks for Our Well-Being, with Jonathon Stalls

Wellness While Walking

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 30:10 Very Popular


Just 2 minutes of walking could have an impact on our health! We'll dive into some new research that highlighted the potential power of these 2-5 minute mini-walks, and talk about what that could look like for us. And we'll continue our conversation with Jonathon Stalls about longer, slow walks and his cross-country, intentionally slow walk – and what he discovered along the way.   LET'S TALK THE WALK! Wellness While Walking Facebook page Wellness While Walking on Instagram Wellness While Walking on Twitter Wellness While Walking website for show notes and other information Coach Carolyn on Clubhouse: @stepstowellness wellnesswhilewalking@gmail.com   RESOURCES AND SOURCES (some links may be affiliate links) MINI-WALKS: HOW VERY SHORT WALKS MIGHT IMPACT OUR HEALTH The Acute Effects of Interrupting Prolonged Sitting Time in Adults with Standing and Light-Intensity Walking on Biomarkers of Cardiometabolic Health in Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, Sports Medicine, link.springer.com Just 2 Minutes of Exercise Could Lower Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes, Study Finds, yahoo.com Just 2 Minutes of Walking After a Meal is Surprisingly Good For You, nyt.com   JONATHON STALLS WALK: Slow Down, Wake Up and Connect at 1-3 Miles Per Hour, Jonathon Stalls Book Tour Schedule (I hope to join Jonathon in Connecticut; please email if you think you can meet me in Bridgeport, Fairfield or Westport on Labor Day, 2022!) Jonathon on Instagram Jonathon on Facebook Jonathon on Twitter Jonathon on TikTok Intrinsic Paths Website Support Jonathon's work/become a patron via Patreon   HOW TO RATE AND REVIEW WELLNESS WHILE WALKING How to Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts on Your iOS Device Open Apple Podcast App (purple app icon that says Podcasts). Go to the icons at the bottom of the screen and choose “search” Search for “Wellness While Walking” Click on the SHOW, not the episode. Scroll all the way down to “Ratings and Reviews” section Click on “Write a Review” (if you don't see that option, click on “See All” first) Then you will be able to rate the show on a five-star scale (5 is highest rating) and write a review! Thank you! I so appreciate this!   How to Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts on a Computer  VisitWellness While Walking page on Apple Podcasts in your web browser (search for Apple Podcasts or click here)  https://www.apple.com/apple-podcasts/ Click on “Listen on Apple Podcasts” or “Open the App” This will open Apple Podcasts and put in search bar at top left “Wellness While Walking” This should bring you to the show, not a particular episode – click on the show's artwork Scroll down until you see “Rating and Reviews” Click on “See All” all the way to the right, near the Ratings and Review Section and its bar chart To leave a written review, please click on “Write a Review” You'll be able to leave a review, along with a title for it, plus you'll be able to rate the show on the 5-star scale (with 5 being the highest rating) Thank you so very much!! OTHER APPS WHERE REVIEWS ARE POSSIBLE Spotify Castbox Podcast Addict Podchaser Podbean Overcast (if you star certain episodes, or every one, that will help others find the show)  Goodpods       HOW TO SHARE WELLNESS WHILE WALKING Wellness While Walking on Apple  Wellness While Walking on Spotify Link for any podcast app: pod.link/walking Wellness While Walking website Or screenshot a favorite episode playing on your phone and share to social media or to a friend via text or email! Thanks for sharing! : )       DISCLAIMER   Neither I nor many of my podcast guests are doctors or healthcare professionals of any kind, and nothing on this podcast or associated content should be considered medical advice. The information provided by Wellness While Walking Podcast and associated material, by Whole Life Workshop and by Bermuda Road Wellness LLC is for informational and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment, and before undertaking a new health care regimen, including walking.     Thanks for listening to Wellness While Walking, a walking podcast and a "best podcast for walking"!          

Brand USA Talks Travel
New Research on Multi-Cultural Marketing with Carrol Rheem

Brand USA Talks Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 10:21


How does the promise of experiencing cultural diversity affect travelers' decisions? This special episode with Carroll Rheem, Founder/CEO of Iolite Group, is about "The Multicultural Multiplier," a landmark study conducted by her firm. Carroll hosts a free webinar on the importance of cultural diversity as a marketing opportunity on August 23rd at 11am EST. We return to more "Live from ESTO" episodes tomorrow.

SBS Russian - SBS на русском языке
New research: How do Russian-speaking families in Australia communicate at home? - Как общаются русскоязычные семьи в Австралии? Новое исследование

SBS Russian - SBS на русском языке

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 20:49


Interview with Dr Valeria Sinkeviciute, Lecturer in Applied Linguistics of School of Languages and Cultures, the University of Queensland. - Доктор Валерия Синкявичюте, преподаватель прикладной лингвистики Университета Квинсленда, рассказывает о своем новом исследовании, а также о том, что такое прагматика, которая ее так занимает.

Diet Science
New Research Shows Paleolithic Diet Contained Starchy Foods

Diet Science

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 12:52


The Paleo Diet has long been touted as a diet that did not contain potatoes, beans or other starchy foods. New research now shows that likely wasn't the case. Listen in this week as Dee discusses the findings of the 7-year study on the dental plaque and oral microbiome of a 100,000-year old Neanderthal.Reference:Fellows Yates, J. A., Velsko, I. M., Aron, F., Posth, C., Hofman, C. A., Austin, R. M., Parker, C. E., Mann, A. E., Nägele, K., Arthur, K. W., Arthur, J. W., Bauer, C. C., Crevecoeur, I., Cupillard, C., Curtis, M. C., Dalén, L., Díaz-Zorita Bonilla, M., Díez Fernández-Lomana, J. C., Drucker, D. G., … Warinner, C. (2021). The evolution and changing ecology of the african hominid oral microbiome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(20). https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2021655118 

BaseCamp Live
CCE Alumni Successes - New Research

BaseCamp Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 50:43


There are no shortages of antidotal stories that demonstrate the impact CCE is having in the lives of students in K-12 and beyond. A few years ago a highly publicized study, Good Soil: A Comparative View, showcased impressive results. We discussed this study at length two years ago on BCL episode 145.  But just this summer,  Brad Doplloff, as part of a PhD program with the support of the folks at the Barna Group, set out to measure the ingredients that enable CCE graduates to go the distance in their lives and faith. Brad's insights continue to illuminate the unique, proven, and measurable impact CCE is having on the next generation.

Think Out Loud
New research focuses on resilience of Oregon's coastal roads and bridges

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 9:05


Researchers at Oregon State University used computer modeling to assess the resilience of roads and bridges on the Oregon coast and how this critical infrastructure would fare in the event of a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake. A recently published study focuses on local roads as well as transportation infrastructure like highways that connect communities to each other. The researchers looked at how different factors would impact recovery on the entire coast from Warrenton to Gold Beach. OSU Civil and Construction Engineering Professor Dan Cox was one of the co-authors of the study. He joins us to dig into the details.

Walking is Fitness
Unpacking New Research On Exercise

Walking is Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 9:55


Dave talks about a massive new study indicating those who exercise more than the recommended amount live longer. Tap HERE to support the podcast Tap HERE to read more about this research

Radio Boston
New research on how to reduce poverty, and one group already doing the work

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 47:38


Plus, we check in with Hiawatha Bray in our biweekly segment, Tech Talk, and EPA Regional Administrator David Cash gives us a crash course on PFAS, also called, "forever chemicals."

Radio Boston
New research on how to reduce poverty, and the Boston gym doing it

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 24:57


Friendships between people of different class backgrounds appear to reduce poverty, according to a new study. And one nonprofit gym founded in Boston is living proof of the findings.

Think Out Loud
New research shows lotteries rely on low-income people

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 16:32


A recent report found that state lotteries around the country are supported in large part by people who are least able to afford it. The Howard Center for Investigative Journalism looked at the 45 states that have at least one kind of lottery and found that the retail outlets where lottery games can be played are often in socio-economically disadvantaged neighborhoods. We hear more about this from the center's Data Journalist Sean Mussenden and how those national findings are reflected in Oregon.

Ecommerce Brain Trust
Success From Within: A New Research From Bobsled & Stratably

Ecommerce Brain Trust

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 14:55


In today's podcast, Kiri and Russ are promoting their upcoming research report “The 4 organizational factors driving Amazon success” in today's podcast. Register for the webinar or download the report next week! Make sure you tune in to find out more!

Barbell Shrugged
The Best Gut Health Cleanse, Are Naps Killing Your Sleep, Parasites in Your Gut, New Research of the Nervous System, and Improving Recovery Using Hyperbaric Chambers w/ Anders Varner, Dan Garner, and Dr. Andy Galpin Barbell Shrugged #653

Barbell Shrugged

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 61:34 Very Popular


In today's episode of Barbell Shrugged we cover:   Are naps beneficial or harmful for optimal sleep? What are the most common mistakes you see when people undertake a gut cleanse?  What are some of the key things anyone undertaking a gut cleanse should be doing/not doing? How to get rid of a parasite?  Are parasites related to skin problems, and if so, how?  Any new research around the nervous system and it's impact on general health   What is your opinion on hyperbaric oxygen therapy for recovery and do you recommend/use with your athletes?   To learn more, please go to https://rapidhealthreport.com   Connect with our guests:   Andy Galpin on Instagram   Anders Varner on Instagram   Doug Larson on Instagram   Coach Travis Mash on Instagram   Dan Garner on Instagram   ————————————————    Please Support Our Sponsors   Eight Sleep - Save $150 on the Pod Pro and Pod Pro Cover   Organifi - Save 20% using code: “Shrugged” at organifi.com/shrugged BiOptimizers Probitotics - Save 10% at bioptimizers.com/shrugged