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Nursing Uncensored
A Lakota NP's Journey to Empowering Indigenous Patients & Students ft. Whitney Fear, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Nursing Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 72:15


Adrianne is excited to welcome Whitney Fear, a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner who lives and works in Fargo, North Dakota. You may recognize her from Shift Nursing's documentary Who Cares? A Nurse's Fight for Equity, a powerful film that follows her as she works to provide care on the Pine Ridge reservation where she grew up. Pine Ridge is one of the poorest areas in the United States with some of the lowest life expectancy rates. Whitney is a woman of the Oglala Lakota Nation and works at a federally qualified health center that takes a holistic and trauma-informed approach to treating behavioral health and substance use disorders. She highlights that healthcare is far more than appointments, prescriptions, and forced compliance to care plans. Her methods are the focus of this conversation. Whitney and Adrianne discuss a range of topics in this hour including:Imposter syndrome and how it holds us back; her personal experiences and lessonsChallenges of being a 1st generation college student from a non-traditional backgroundWhy diversity among healthcare providers is so essential for providing quality careAdvice for creating safe spaces for conversation in the mental health care settingLGBTQ+ care, discrimination, colonialism, and their intersectionsWhat does and does not make an excellent provider in Whitney's eyesDon't miss out on this engaging, unrestricted conversation, and be sure not to miss the SHIFT nursing documentary which you can find at shiftnursing.com/whocares or on SHIFT's YouTube channel where it has over 389K views here. Here's the link if you need to cut and paste:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so1G2QuGsWQYou can also find Whitney on TikTok @hwa_mathoThank you to Whitney for taking the time to share such personal experiences and insights for the sake of others' growth and education. She is one badass nurse.

Try Not To Die
Chapter Eighty-Five: Marfin's Magnificent Magical Menagerie

Try Not To Die

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 104:27


A world within a shop. The trio delve deep into Marfin's Magnificent Magical... Multi-verse? in search of the mage himself, NP, the golden crown, and more answers regarding Marfin's mysterious missing memories... Produced by Noah Perito, Lisa Condemi, Ashley Goodwin Music by Noah Perito & Lisa Condemi Sound Effects: "Book Sound Effects" - Allsounds/Audionauti "Door opening 1" - Bowen707 "Fire-in-fireplace-close-up-reverberant2" - silencyo_silencyo “Stonedoor-closingwithboom” - audiotorpedo “Evening Town” - Sword Coast Soundscapesz "whip-crack" - scifisounds "hissing metal" - vibe_crc-24b “Forest Daytime” - Sword Coast Soundscapesz "rockfall-06" - tim-kahn “Battle with Monsters and Magic” - Michaël Ghelfi “Portal-ide” - couchhero “Small Marketplace” - Sword Coast Soundscapes “Fairy Dust Soundscapes” - Free Audio Zone “Mad-scientist-lab-loopable” - ramonmineiro “Arrow-woosh-twang-01” - strangely-gnarled “Crossbow-firing-and-hitting-target” - ali6868_1 “Fireball-whoosh” - robinhood76 "crowd-in-panic" - ienba “Coastal Town” - Sword Coast Soundscapes “Gut-a-blastix” - rolandseer "ice-frost-spell-skill" - i eminyildirim “Blizzard” - Michaël Ghelfi "Explosion 01" - tommccann All sounds from FreeSound.org, unless listed under AllSounds/AudioNauti, Free Audio Zone, Fun with Sound, Gaming Sound FX, Michaël Ghelfi, or Sword Coast Soundscapes. Additional Sound Effects by Noah Perito

Blind Hog and Acorn
Season 4, Episode #3~ Winter Returns

Blind Hog and Acorn

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 35:30


Snow and below average temperatures are on the way, Blind Hog and Acorn have hay chores to get done today- will be the first time in a month the Mahindra has been asked to work!  Will the tractor remember how to start?  Ha!Blind Hog and Acorn are thinking about the garden, upcoming appointments.  Acorn has finally had enough of the "chronic coff-coff" and NP says is probably nothing more than stubborn allergies.  No problem with that diagnosis, considering the alternatives!Hay feeding, pizza and ice cream making, and enjoyable afternoon football while Dry January continues.  Fizzy water maker ($59 Sodastream deal at Costco) continues to delight.

The Elite Nurse Practitioner Show
Episode 54: Combating Burnout

The Elite Nurse Practitioner Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 44:17


Today we'll be interviewing Erica D, A Family Nurse Practitioner who works at a critical access hospital doing primary care and emergency medicine, Erica is also the owner and operator of the blog Th Burned-out Nurse Practitioner as well as the Founder of the NP Charting School where she provides weekly articles with important tips on how to prevent burnout as well as a variety of courses for the NP community.In this special successful NP interview episode, we discuss burnout, how it affects Nurse Practitioners and medical personnel in general, and a few very useful suggestions on how to prevent and overcome burnout.To learn more about Erica and tips on how to handle burnout visit her at the following links:The Burned-out Nurse Practitioner: https://burnedoutnp.com/The Nurse Practitioner Charting School: https://npchartingschool.com/The Burned-out NP Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1096127134173421/Access to a free list of smart phrases for NPs: https://smart.burnedoutnp.com/

Rogue Wav Podcast
E68: ‘Three Pines' actor Julian Bailey

Rogue Wav Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 68:36


On the next Rogue Wav Podcast we interview THREE PINES star Julian Bailey. He takes us through his Rogue Journey from living on the streets of California at age 18 to being celebrated on the hit show.PLUS: Rogue Regale: Hassan and Mike discuss the pop culture they consumed this week including THE LAST OF US and THE MANDOLORIAN SEASON 3 trailer. Watch us LIVE + SUBSCRIBE – 8pm ET: https://Youtube.com/roguematter ⇩ Follow the Rogue Matter network ⇩Website ► https://www.roguematter.com/Twitter ► https://twitter.com/rogue_matterFacebook ► https://www.facebook.com/weareroguematterTwitch ►https://www.twitch.tv/weareroguematterSoundcloud ► https://soundcloud.com/roguematterSpotify ► https://open.spotify.com/show/5xXzwTK5y1NIHgYhuSBYRqApple ► https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rogue-wav-podcast/id1503427846?uo=4 Google Podcasts ► https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMjIxNjE0NC9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVk iHeart ► https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-rogue-wav-podcast-80937476/Check out Julian Bailey on his new social channels - Instagram and Twitter.@iamjulianbailey

Saint Alphonsus Wellcast
Eating for Immunity

Saint Alphonsus Wellcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 23:34


In this episode, Kim Kleaveland, NP and Candi Zappia, CHES chat with Liz Anderson, RD about practical ways to boost our immunity through food.

NP Pulse: The Voice of the Nurse Practitioner (AANP)
76. Shingles Vaccination: It's Time to Tame the Beast Lurking Within

NP Pulse: The Voice of the Nurse Practitioner (AANP)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 41:15


One in three people will develop shingles (herpes zoster) during their lifetime, and the risk for shingles rises sharply at age 50. The single greatest way to prevent shingles is through shingles vaccination, and nurse practitioners (NPs) are well-positioned to improve vaccination rates. In this podcast episode, NP immunization specialists Drs. Audrey Stevenson and Ruth Carrico are joined by special guest Dr. Elisabeth Cohen, a physician, as they discuss the burden of shingles, the importance of vaccination and how NPs can make an impact in this area. Resources: Shingles Vaccination: It's Time to Tame the Beast Lurking Within. Shingles Tool for Patients. Zoster Eye Disease Study (ZEDS). This podcast was made possible by an educational grant from GlaxoSmithKline.

Honeydew Me
124. What Your Attachment Style Says About You & Your Relationship

Honeydew Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 69:20


Victoria Albina, NP, MPH (you know, our favorite human who LITERALLY changes our lives every time she she speaks) is back and this time we're breaking down ✨ATTACHMENT STYLES✨. We chat about… What attachment styles ARE and how we LEARN them Anxious vs avoidant vs secure attachment How our attachment style impacts our romantic relationships The ways that anxious and avoidant attachments SHOW UP in our lives What secure attachment looks and FEELS like Steps for moving towards secure attachment

Podcast Lepiej Teraz
PLT #251 Stoicka dieta, czyli co i jak jedli stoicy?- Radek Budnicki

Podcast Lepiej Teraz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 22:55


W dzisiejszym odcinku poznacie dietę stoików, a nawet pokusiłem się o zacytowanie jednego ze znalezionych przepisów. Więc w trakcie słuchania przygotujcie się na zrobienie pauzy i sięgnięcie po notes i coś do pisania. Stoik pamięta, że nadmiar rozkoszy może doprowadzić go do apatii, rozleniwienia i pogrążenia się w autodestrukcji. Najlepszym przykładem są uzależnieni od narkotyków, alkoholu i seksu celebryci którzy mimo obfitości doznań, popełniają samobójstwo.Stoik mądrze wykorzysta doświadczenia, którym jest poddawany. Wykorzysta to, co jest dla niego korzystne i zdrowe, nawet w wypadku związanej z tym niewygody lub ryzyka. Np. podda się rygorystycznej diecie lub ćwiczeniom fizycznym. A kiedy trzeba, podda się ryzykownej operacji. Pozwoli mu to na wzmocnienie swojego charakteru.Zrezygnuje z rzeczy, które czynią go ich niewolnikiem. Takich jak: narkotyki, papierosy, alkohol, seks, czy niezdrowe jedzenie.Sam zauważyłem, że cnotę SAMOKONTROLI możesz ćwiczyć najłatwiej poprzez mądre powstrzymywanie potrzeb ciała i stopniowe przejmowanie nad nim panowania.Najlepszym przykładem praktyki samokontroli jest powstrzymywanie się od jedzenia smacznych, ale niezdrowych rzeczy. Postanowiłem wyszukać dla Was informacje, jak jadali stoicy?Z odcinka dowiesz się m.in:Co o jedzeniu mówił Sokrates?Jak jadali cynicy?Co jedli stoicy?Jak wyglądała dieta stoików, takich jak Marek Aureliusz, Epiktet, czy Seneka?Czego o odżywianiu uczy nas Musoniusz Rufus?A więc, jak jeść po stoicku?Jak często spożywać posiłki?Czy stoicy byli wegetarianami?i wiele innych Na co dzień jestem coachem i mentorem stoickim. Pracuję z klientami w trakcie sesji online „1 na 1”, gdzie przeprowadzam ich przez cały proces odzyskania równowagi życiowej, dzięki ćwiczeniom i tekstom stoickim. Szczegóły znajdziesz na mojej stronie: https://lepiejteraz.pl/mentoring/

biobalancehealth's podcast
Healthcast 624 - Don't stop medical treatment when it is working!

biobalancehealth's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 24:51


See all the Healthcasts at https://www.biobalancehealth.com/healthcast-blog I often see patients at the office who come back to get BBH Pellets after a hiatus of months to years, that they tell me waiting was the biggest mistake they ever made.  They were feeling so good after their hormones were replaced that they forgot how bad they felt before their treatment. Stopping their hormones brought back their symptoms, and they realize how much their pellets are doing for them! This is human nature, and often happens because when we feel better, we forget quickly how we felt before treatment.  The problem with starting and stopping pellet hormone replacement is that slowly all the symptoms come roaring back and then my patient wonders why they don't feel well.  Until they remember that the pellets made such a difference and come back. Stopping Hormone Pellets for No Apparent Reason Hormone Treatment with Pellets Is different than other medications because when a person stops therapy, pellets continue to dissolve slowly, so they continue to make our patients feel good before the pellet hormones wear out which can be 6 months for women and 12 months for men.  Because blood levels of testosterone and estradiol from pellets are slow to increase and slow to run out, patients don't notice an abrupt change.  Generally, months after an insertion was supposed to be repeated, the symptoms of hormone deficiency are evident but patients may not put it together with not getting their pellets on time. Other medications make it easier to recognize the cause and effect, because if you don't take a medication such as a diuretic or an ADD medication, you get the symptoms you are taking the drug for back in 24 hours.  Even oral, transdermal and suppository hormones have a half-life that is less than hours long, so if a patient is taking oral estrogen for hot flashes, then discontinuing treatment would bring an obvious return of hot flashes and dry vagina right away. That makes it easier to the return of symptoms with the stoppage of the oral hormones. Short acting hormones or drugs make it more obvious to a patient that they need to take their medication or get they will get their symptoms back. I have to ask my patients to consider their pellet treatment as a lifelong therapy like taking thyroid or blood pressure medicine. The result of stopping pellets is that a patient feels well for a while and then slowly goes back to their symptoms before pellets, and they don't put it together and look for other causes and other diseases without results, until they remember they didn't get their pellets inserted. This causes patients to delay feeling well and they don't get the benefits of symptom relief or prevention of the diseases of aging during the time without pellets. For those patients who put realize what is going on and comeback “late”, it takes months to years to get their hormones replaced and balanced again. Stopping Supplements Has a Delayed Response Too Let's look at another treatment that patients often stop and then don't know why they don't feel well. That is treatment with supplements.  Supplements slowly improve specific symptoms by either treating genetic deficiencies or deficiencies in your diet that take a month to 6 weeks to have an effect and that same amount of time to wear off. Let me tell you a story that is an example of this very thing.             I was at dinner with one of my friends who is also my patient. He had a knee replacement a month before.  His doctor asked him to hold the supplements that would cause bleeding at surgery 2 weeks before his surgery.  My friend is a type A guy who believes that a little is good and a lot is better, so he stopped all of his supplements. Then 4 weeks after surgery and 6 weeks after stopping all of his supplements, he sat at dinner with us and looked “deflated”…he complained that he just didn't feel good, and this was occurring more and more since his surgery.  He left dinner early because he just didn't feel well and that his symptoms had been getting worse over the last 2-3 weeks.  I did my usual casual questioning with a purpose—asked about his knee, pain meds, how long since his pellets, etc.  All his answers didn't give me a clue.  I went home and looked at his last labs and meds and supplements. I then talked to him and asked if her had gone back on the supplements his surgeon told him not to take?  He said, “I stopped taking everything two weeks before surgery!  I never restarted them.”  This “aha” moment hit at the same time for both of us…he needed his supplements both to heal and to replace the nutrients he didn't get in his diet. Supplements for patients who have no genetic deficiencies, who eat a perfect diet, who exercise daily and who have no bad habits or take drugs that would use up their nutrients, don't need supplements. I haven't seen a person who qualifies as too healthy for supplements including me and my husband. If there were a perfectly healthy patient who eats a perfectly balanced diet with enough fruit and vegetables, healthy protein, from home cooked meals without chemicals or preservatives, who eats no junk food or sugar containing food, and who doesn't drink alcohol or any medication. BioBalance Health uses supplements to make up for deficiencies in diet, or instead of medications for health issues. We make a plan based on a patient's risk factors obtained from their history and blood tests, and we explain why patients should take these supplements.  Lastly sometimes medications use up your enzymes and vitamins. For example, when a patient who was on a statin had fatigue and muscle aches, I prescribed CoQ10 because that important nutrient would be used up by the statin would be taken off the CoQ10 when they stop the statin. Patients who can't or won't add foods to balance their diet then we recommend the supplements that are needed to take instead of eating foods they don't like, but need. All patients on a weight loss diet require a multivitamin, protein supplements to increase the amount of protein eaten daily to more than ½ of the patient's weight in grams of protein. Some medications use up a normal supply of a certain vitamin.  An example is that the medication Metformin uses up B12 stores in the body so the patients taking metformin should be on B12 in a multivitamin, monthly shot, or a separate supplement to make up for the B12 the metformin uses up. The lack of B12 shows up as generalized pain, muscle pain, neurologic numbness or lower extremity neurological abnormalities.  Alcohol consumption is also another habit that uses up B12. All patients who drink alcohol more than occasionally should be on plenty of B12.  B12 cannot be overdosed because after you use what you need, you urinate the rest out through the kidneys. Another example of what happens when you stop taking supplements that are indicated by a patient's symptoms it takes weeks and months to feel the difference, or to get the original symptoms back.  A long-time pellet patient who would not go without her pellets, asked me if she could stop her supplements…she was just tired of taking them. In fact, she had stopped them months before and she had a “new list” of symptoms.  I did some lab to see what her blood levels were, and she had a low Vitamin D level, B12 level, her estrone was elevated (stopped taking DIM) and she was gaining belly fat and blaming pellets.  After a consultation, she decided to start taking her supplements again, and a month later she felt great and lost some belly fat!  Recommending supplements is part of our treatment that we provide with our preventive medical therapy for our Pellet patients. Supplements are not required but recommended to make up for the modern lifestyle, diet, alcohol, lack of sun exposure and exercise. The fact that the effects of supplements might be silent, causes patients to doubt their activity, and usefulness.  When all supplements are stopped we can often see a  subtle decrease  in a patient's symptom relief and overall well-being. Sometimes understanding why we as humans are apt to do things that make us less healthy or sicker sometimes makes it easier to follow recommendations of our doctors.  I see the benefits of vitamins, minerals and supplements that my patients take every day in their blood work and their symptoms.  Sadly the medical community, funded by the drug companies don't want us to take supplements….the medical studies they do on supplements always say they don't work…however they create a study that will result in no improvement by lowering the dose too low, shortening the period of taking a supplement or they choose their subjects so that NO drug or supplement will work.  You can make a study say almost anything you want it to… Don't stop your thyroid medicine! I live in the “Goiter Belt” in the middle of the US, so many of my patients need thyroid replacement, which resolves their low thyroid symptoms, and makes their lab look normal.  It is unfortunate that some doctors are so poorly trained in thyroid treatment that they look at a person's lab while they are on thyroid medicine and say, “See, your lab is normal so now you can stop taking your thyroid!”.  The thyroid gland does not regenerate, start working again or heal unless you have the rare  kind that occurs after childbirth and then resolves after 12 months. Otherwise, taking thyroid is for life, and unlike pellets and supplements, you will feel the symptoms come back right away.    Taking a hypothyroid patient off their thyroid replacement medicine leaves them severely hypothyroid and unable to stay awake, with chronic swelling, low heart rate, low BP, weight gain, severe fatigue and hair loss, and feeling cold all the time. The doctors who do what I describe above and take patients off their medicine should go back to medical school physiology. “Figures often lie, but liars always figure!” –my husband is a lawyer, and he uses this phrase all the time in his arguments. It is true that a medical study can be manipulated to conclude anything you want it to.  A researcher trying to prove something can manipulate the structure of the study, or choice of participants in the study, or just title the article so that it implies something that is the opposite of the true findings, like the NIH did with the Womens Healthcare Initiative in 2002. When I see different results in my office than what the studies tell me, I trust what works for my patients, and double the veracity of the study. Later I am usually happily surprised that the study was deemed inaccurate because it was done wrong, the population was one not in my patient population (like all patients are Asian, and I have very few Asians in my population) or the assumptions of the results were inaccurate.  Using the information that patients give them and determining the best treatment for that individual is the job of a doctor…to read studies critically and compare them to the results seen in their own patient populations, then use what they see with her own eyes to treat their patients. I hope I have encouraged patients who wonder what their pellets or supplements are doing for them after years of successful treatment who might think they will stop because they are “cured”, to think again.    Menopause, Testosterone deficiency and hypothyroidism don't just go away! They are something that must be treated to bring you back to a quality of life, you will have to treat these deficiencies until you die, or have a medical reason you have to stop treatment. Sadly, pellet therapy and nutritional supplementation are not curative if you don't take them, you go back to how you felt before treatment! You might lose years of joy and health by stopping the treatments that make your health and quality of life better. Think it through and talk to your doctor or NP before you make any changes.

Rogue Wav Podcast
E67: What TV shows are we excited for in 2023?

Rogue Wav Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 56:14


On the next Rogue Wav, we dive into the TV superhero and Star Wars series we're looking forward to the most in 2023. PLUS: Angela Bassett wins a Golden Globe for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – will she pave the way for more Comic Book Movie Oscar noms?Watch us LIVE + SUBSCRIBE – 8pm ET: https://Youtube.com/roguematter ________________________________⇩ Follow the Rogue Matter network ⇩________________________________Website ► https://www.roguematter.com/Twitter ► https://twitter.com/rogue_matterFacebook ► https://www.facebook.com/weareroguematterTwitch ►https://www.twitch.tv/weareroguematterSoundcloud ► https://soundcloud.com/roguematterSpotify ► https://open.spotify.com/show/5xXzwTK5y1NIHgYhuSBYRqApple ► https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rogue-wav-podcast/id1503427846?uo=4Google Podcasts ► https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMjIxNjE0NC9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkiHeart ► https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-rogue-wav-podcast-80937476/

Saint Alphonsus Wellcast
Finding Balance: Tips for Working from Home

Saint Alphonsus Wellcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 21:35


In this episode Kim Kleaveland, NP, Candi Zappia, CHES and Debbie Masner, RN address the benefits and drawbacks of working from home and discuss how to navigate a healthy work-life balance.

Motherhood Meets Medicine
96. Pregnancy Risks, Abortion, and Increasing Maternal Mortality Rates with Sarah Little

Motherhood Meets Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 72:01


Pregnancy is a medical condition. Complications can occur, and there are both physical and mental health risks. Yet, oftentimes, the law makers in positions of power over women's health care aren't educated on this topic. In today's episode, I'm joined by Sarah Little who will discuss her experience providing women's health care in Texas, where some of the strictest abortion laws are currently in place. We will discuss why abortion is healthcare and how this will affect everything from maternal mortality rates to mental health.  Sarah is a family nurse practitioner (FNP-C) working in OBGYN with a fabulous group of all female physicians/providers in Fort Worth TX. She had 10 years cardiac ICU experience prior to my transition to OBGYN as an NP. She is passionate about evidence based care, patient advocacy, inclusive care and social justice which is what we will be talking about today on the podcast.  In this episode we discuss: Threatened abortion (i.e. miscarriages) and how it is confused for abortion against the law. How pregnancy is a medical condition with physical and mental anguish especially when the fetus is known as a still-born or a pregnancy that can be difficult for mother and baby The statistics of high infant mortality and maternal mortality rate in black, white, and hispanic women. The safety of abortions and the procedure compared to the hardships of pregnancy and delivery. How pregnancy crisis centers shame you into wanting abortions. Resources: AJOG- Maternal Morbidity and the Fetal Outcomes Among Pregnant Women at 22 Weeks Gestation or Less with Complications in 2 Texas Hospitals After Legislation on Abortion Maternal Mortality Rates in the United States, 2020 Severe Maternal Morbidity after Delivery Discharge among U.S. Women, 2010-2014 National Network of Abortion funds: How to find, contact, and donate to your local abortion funds Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity Texas Equal Access Fund Fund Texas Choice Crisis Pregnancy Center Why Crisis Pregnancy Centers Are Legal But Unethical  Discount code from my sponsors: Green Chef: head to greenchef.com/lynzy60 and use code ‘lynzy60' to get 60% off + free shipping! Connect with Lynzy: Join the Motherhood Meets Medicine community at patreon.com/motherhoodmeetsmedicine Instagram: @motherhoodmeetsmedicine Sign up for the weekly newsletter here lynzyandco.com Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice. The information on this podcast is for informational purposes only. No material on this site is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Czyta: #TataMariusz
Eliza Sarnacka-Mahoney - Opowieść o okrutnych smokach, dzielnych księżniczkach oraz pisaniu bajek

Czyta: #TataMariusz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 8:38


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Bajki i powiastki; Stanisław Jachowicz - Henryś i Waluś

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 1:26


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Monika Radzikowska - Córka Bajarza cz. 3. [Piórko 2016]

Czyta: #TataMariusz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 15:36


Książka, której fragment usłyszysz, powstała w ramach konkursu "Piórko. Nagroda Biedronki za książkę dla dzieci". Konkurs Piórko. Nagroda Biedronki za książkę dla dzieci, organizowany jest od 2015 roku przez sieć sklepów Biedronka. Skierowany jest do debiutujących pisarzy i ilustratorów. Ich zadaniem jest stworzenie książki dla dzieci w wieku 4-10 lat. Zwycięzcy konkursu otrzymują nagrodę pieniężną, a ich dzieło sprzedawane jest w dziesiątkach tysięcy egzemplarzy w sklepach sieci Biedronka. #TataMariusz, czyli Mariusz Rzepka. Czytam dla dzieci, ale jeśli lubisz wiersze, bajki czy opowiadania - zostań ze mną, dla rodziców też się coś znajdzie. ;) A co? Np. wesołe wierszyki (często z przesłaniem), poważniejsze czytanki i treści edukacyjne, fragmenty książek, lektury i wiersze pisane przez najmłodszych. W każdym z nas siedzi dziecko. Odkryj je na nowo słuchając moich nagrań! ;) Zapraszam! tatamariusz.pl;

The Nonlinear Library
LW - Nothing New: Productive Reframing by adamShimi

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 5:16


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Nothing New: Productive Reframing, published by adamShimi on January 7, 2023 on LessWrong. In a comment on my last post, someone deplored the tendency of LW bloggers to rediscover ideas of famous philosophers and pretend that they discovered it first. This made me think of an interesting question of epistemology: is there value in reformulating and/or rediscovering things? A naive answer would be no— after all, we already have the knowledge. But a look at the history of science brings up many examples showing otherwise.. In physics, the most obvious case comes from the formulations of classical mechanics. Newton gave the core of the theory in his original formulation, but what gets applied in modern science an play a key part in the revolutions of quantum mechanics and quantum electrodynamics among others, are the other two formulations: Lagrangian and Hamiltonian. And what these two, particularly the Lagrangian, pushed and pioneered the least action principle in physics, but capturing every system through an action that was maximized or minimized for every trajectory. This principle is one of the core building blocks of modern physics, and came out of a pure compression and reformulation of Newtonian mechanics! Similarly, potential energy started as a mathematical trick, the potential function of Lagrange which captured all gravitational forces acting on a system of N-bodies, which were the coefficients of its partial derivatives. Once again, there was nothing new here; even more than the Lagrangian and the action, this was a computational trick that sped up annoying calculations. And yet. And yet it's hard to envision modern physics, even classical mechanics at all, without potential. In modern evolutionary biology, many advances like exaptation can be brought back to Darwin's seminal work. And yet they often reveal different aspects of the idea, clarifying and bringing new intuitions to bear that make our models of life and its constraints that much richer. Again in theoretical computer science, reframing of the same core ideas is at the center of so many productive inquiries: all the models of computation unified by the Church Turing thesis, all equivalent yet providing different angles on questions of computations the non-deterministic complexity classes like NP reframed as proving/certifying classes, leading to far better intuitions and to interactive proofs and IP=PSPACE the Curry-Howard isomorphism shows that proof-calculi like Natural Deduction and type systems for computation models like the lambda calculus are actually the same thing. But this makes the two stronger, rather than weakening them for being the same thing. All in all, this pattern of rediscovering the same thing from a different perspective, of reframing the known, has been particularly productive in the history of science. Compressions, new formulations, new framing have delivered to us more than just the original insight. Why? Because we're not logically omniscient — we don't instantaneously know all the consequences of what we discover. Similarly, we're not bayesian-omniscient — we don't update on all the evidence available in the data. In both cases we are limited by what we can compute, what we can figure out. Reframings then are like shortcuts in the vastness of logical consequences, which highlight particularly interesting aspects of the evidence we originally unearthed. And I believe that one big reason for the misguided and simplistic models of science that so many share lies in the non-obviousness of these reframings' power. We don't remember them very well, we tend instead to ascribe the clarity and the power to the original thinker, even when we never used or touched their original formulation. We take for granted the intuitions and instincts that have been patiently built and bake...

Bilklubben
83 I Mark Le Fêvre er gæstemedvært og han har en sej bil! Ny VW ID.7 får 700 km range

Bilklubben

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 66:38


Podcasten er blevet til i samarbejde med vores samarbejdspartner GF Forsikring. Afsnit 83 er publiceret d. 9. januar, 2023. Husk I kan støtte op om Bilklubben ved at kigge ind i vores webshop!Velkommen til en ny sæson af Bilklubben! Yes, I hørte rigtigt. Vi går nu ind i vores 5. sæson, og der er fuld tryk på. Både NP og Breinholt ligger dog og daser på en hvid sandstrand et sted, så Grau og Richter tænkte, at det må være på tide at få en gæstemedvært ind. Derfor er komiker og tv-vært Mark Le Fêvre med os i dag til en bilsnak og lidt dækspark. Så hvad byder dagens program på?Vi skal lære Mark og hans nuværende bil (en BMW M240i, shit den er sej) bedre at kendeBilsalgstallene for 2022 er kommet, og dem dykker vi ned iVW løfter sløret for en ny VW ID.7 i Passat-størrelseUgens bil er en Toyota GR86OG så hjælper vi en stribe af vores lyttere som har skrevet ind til GraukassenGo' fornøjelse!

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Frances Hodgson Burnett - Tajemniczy ogród. Powieść dla młodzieży; Rozdział XI. Gniazdko mysikrólika

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 19:26


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Beata Ostrowicka - Anatol i przyjaciele; Jak Anatol miał przegonić potwora [Wydawnictwo Literatura]

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 4:23


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Rogue Wav Podcast
E66: Happy New Year 2023 from Rogue Wav!

Rogue Wav Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 49:53


It's the beginning of a new year and there is so much coming up soon. In this episode we talk the new movies coming up in 2023. PLUS We talk about Jeremy Renner in the news over the holidays, as well as Avatar 2 and more! Watch us LIVE + SUBSCRIBE – 8pm ET: https://Youtube.com/roguematter ⇩ Follow the Rogue Matter network ⇩Website ► https://www.roguematter.com/Twitter ► https://twitter.com/rogue_matter Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/weareroguematterTwitch ►https://www.twitch.tv/weareroguematter Soundcloud ► https://soundcloud.com/roguematter Spotify ► https://open.spotify.com/show/5xXzwTK5y1NIHgYhuSBYRq Apple ► https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rogue-wav-podcast/id1503427846?uo=4 Google Podcasts ► https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMjIxNjE0NC9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVk iHeart ► https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-rogue-wav-podcast-80937476/

Dr. Friedemann Schaub
Cortisol Overload: Signs, Symptoms and Solutions With Marcelle Pick | ES153

Dr. Friedemann Schaub

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 30:20


Have you ever felt overwhelmed and that no matter how hard you try, you just can't shake the feeling of being stressed out? It's possible that you are stuck in a vicious cycle where your body has become accustomed to functioning in a high state of stress. This is because when we experience chronic stress, our bodies produce excess amounts of cortisol, also known as the “stress hormone”. This hormone is responsible for feelings of fatigue and anxiety, which can further compound the feeling of being overwhelmed and unable to find relief. So what can we do to break this cycle?That's exactly what we're going to talk about this week with my guest, best-selling author and functional medicine practitioner Marcelle Pick.Dr Friedemann's Key Takeaways:Intro (00:00)Chased By A Tiger (2:19)Deal With Your Story (5:45)Finding Balance (8:22)We Can Get Better (13:40)Menopause Is A Journey Of Self-Discovery (15:58)More Productive (18:47)Women Multitask (22:15)Where Do I Start (25:56)Meet Marcelle PickMarcelle Pick, OB/GYN, NP, is passionate about transforming the way women experience healthcare through an integrative approach. She co-founded the world-renowned Women to Women Clinic in 1983 with the vision to not only treat illness but also help support her patients in pro-actively making healthier choices to prevent disease. She has successfully treated thousands of individuals through her unique approach to wellness.In 2001, Marcelle created MarcellePick.com with the goal to be able to reach, inspire, and educate even more women worldwide – her website offers informative articles on women's health issues and at-home solutions to some of the most troublesome symptoms they experience today.Marcelle discovered Functional Medicine early on in her career and was honored to be among the first to be certified as a Functional Medicine Practitioner. In addition, she holds a BS in Nursing from the University of New Hampshire School of Nursing, a BA in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire, and her MS in Nursing from Boston College-Harvard Medical School. She is certified as an OB/GYN Nurse Practitioner and a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and is a member of the American Nurses Association and the American Nurse Practitioner Association.Marcelle is currently a faculty member of The Institute of Functional Medicine and has served as a Medical Advisor to Healthy Living Magazine, writes a weekly newsletter for MarcellePick.com, and lectures on a variety of topics including weight loss resistance, infertility, stress & illness, and adrenal dysfunction. She is the author of The Core Balance Diet, Is It Me or My Adrenals? and Is It Me or My Hormones?. She has appeared on Dr. Oz, FOX, and ABC and has been featured in Glamour Magazine, ELLE Magazine, and Women's World Magazine. Marcelle's PBS show, Is It Me or My Hormones? is a favorite among viewers.Friedemann Schaub, MD, PhD, is the award-winning author of The Fear + Anxiety Solution. Dr. Schaub has helped thousands of people with his Personal Breakthrough and Empowerment program to overcome their fear and anxiety by addressing the deeper, subconscious root causes of these emotional challenges.Visit Marcelle - https://marcellepick.com/about/Learn more at: https://DrFriedemann.comFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com//DrFriedemannINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/dr.friedemannschaubPINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/drfriedemannTWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/DrFriedemannSLINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drfriedemannschaub/

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Mariusz Szwonder - Pan Atrament zrobił zamęt

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 2:45


#TataMariusz, czyli Mariusz Rzepka. Czytam dla dzieci, ale jeśli lubisz wiersze, bajki czy opowiadania - zostań ze mną, dla rodziców też się coś znajdzie. ;) A co? Np. wesołe wierszyki (często z przesłaniem), poważniejsze opowiadania i bajki edukacyjne, fragmenty książek, lektury i wiersze pisane przez najmłodszych. W każdym z nas siedzi dziecko. Odkryj je na nowo słuchając moich nagrań! ;) Zapraszam! https://tatamariusz.pl;

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Anna Paszkiewicz - Plosiaczek - Rozdział 9. Dieta

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 7:25


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Bajki i powiastki; Stanisław Jachowicz - Dwa pługi

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 1:26


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Monika Radzikowska - Córka Bajarza cz. 2. [Piórko 2016]

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 10:12


Książka, której fragment usłyszysz, powstała w ramach konkursu "Piórko. Nagroda Biedronki za książkę dla dzieci". Konkurs Piórko. Nagroda Biedronki za książkę dla dzieci, organizowany jest od 2015 roku przez sieć sklepów Biedronka. Skierowany jest do debiutujących pisarzy i ilustratorów. Ich zadaniem jest stworzenie książki dla dzieci w wieku 4-10 lat. Zwycięzcy konkursu otrzymują nagrodę pieniężną, a ich dzieło sprzedawane jest w dziesiątkach tysięcy egzemplarzy w sklepach sieci Biedronka. #TataMariusz, czyli Mariusz Rzepka. Czytam dla dzieci, ale jeśli lubisz wiersze, bajki czy opowiadania - zostań ze mną, dla rodziców też się coś znajdzie. ;) A co? Np. wesołe wierszyki (często z przesłaniem), poważniejsze czytanki i treści edukacyjne, fragmenty książek, lektury i wiersze pisane przez najmłodszych. W każdym z nas siedzi dziecko. Odkryj je na nowo słuchając moich nagrań! ;) Zapraszam! tatamariusz.pl;

Bilklubben
82 I Nytårsspecial med de værste og bedste biler fra året der gik! Vi spår om 2023

Bilklubben

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 62:12


Podcasten er blevet til i samarbejde med vores samarbejdspartner GF Forsikring. Afsnit 82 er publiceret d. 2. januar, 2023. Husk I kan støtte op om Bilklubben ved at kigge ind i vores webshop!Glæd jer til et ganske særligt afsnit af Bilklubben Podcast. Dette er vores nytårsspecial, hvor vi både kommer til at kigge tilbage på året der er gået, men vi kommer i særdeleshed også til at kigge fremad. Se om vores forudsigelser for 2022 holdt stikVi skal kåre årets bedste (og værste biler)Vi skal også høre værternes fedeste oplevelser fra 2022OG sidst men ikke mindst skal vi også forudse fremtiden for 2023Alt det og meget mere i dette afsnit af Bilklubben Podcast. Det er en fornøjelse at I lytter med. Vi håber I alle er kommet sikkert ind i det nye år, og vi glæder os til fortsat at levere jeres yndlingspodcast i 2023.

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Frances Hodgson Burnett - Tajemniczy ogród. Powieść dla młodzieży; Rozdział X. Dick

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 27:01


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Guido Gozzano - Srebrna zajęczyca i inne baśnie - Koszula Prababki

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 11:40


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Historia Polski dla dzieci

Dzisiaj będziemy mówić o szyfrach, kodach i tajnych językach. Będziemy też oczywiście mówić także o łamaniu takich szyfrów. Jak pewnie się domyślacie z tytułu tego odcinka, najwięcej czasu poświęcimy Enigmie. Zacznijmy jednak od tego co to jest szyfrowanie?Od najdawniejszych czasów ludzie wysyłali do siebie wiadomości w postaci listów. Jednak po drodze ktoś mógł taki list przeczytać. Dzisiaj ludzie wysyłają emaile, czyli listy elektroniczne. Te listy też mogą zostać przeczytane przez obce osoby. Jak się przed tym zabezpieczyć? Można zaszyfrować taki list lub email. Wtedy nawet jak ktoś go zobaczy to nie będzie wiedział co tam jest napisane.Swój szyfr miał np. Juliusz Cezar. Mówiliśmy o nim w odcinku 111, być może pamiętacie o kalendarzu juliańskim. Tamten kalendarz nazywał się juliański, bo wprowadził go właśnie Juliusz Cezar. Prowadził on wiele wojen i musiał wysyłać listy do swoich oddziałów, które były daleko. Jego wrogowie mogli jednak przechwycić takie listy i poznać sekrety Cezara. Aby się przed tym zabezpieczyć miał on swój szyfr, który nazywa się szyfrem Cezara. Na czym on polegał?Alfabet przesuwano wtedy o 3 litery i np. litery ABC zamieniały się w litery DEF. Np. słówo KOT - K zmieniało się w N, O zmieniało się w R, a T zmieniało się w W. Tak więc Cezar zamiast pisać KOT, pisał NRW. Czy jednak to jedyny sposób szyfrowania? Aby zrozumieć jak jeszcze można zaszyfrować wiadomość pomoże nam pewien kamień znaleziony w Egipcie w Afryce oraz pewne plemię Indian z Ameryki Północnej.Zacznijmy od kamienia z Rosetty. W starożytnym Egipcie ludzie zapisywali wszystko przy pomocy hieroglifów czyli takich malutkich rysuneczków (ptaszek, fale, oko, krowa). Nikt nie potrafił odczytać tych hieroglifów, tylko ci ludzie, którzy znali to pismo. Niestety wszyscy ci ludzie już dawno umarli. Jak odczytać hieroglify? Zauważcie, że dla nas jest to jak szyfr. Jak odczytano hieroglify?Na tym kamieniu trzy razy zapisano to samo. Najpierw przy pomocy hieroglifów czyli takich malutkich rysuneczków, potem przy pomocy pisma egipskiego, a na koniec literami greckimi. Ale dlaczego w Egipcie był kamień, na którym pisano hieroglifami oraz po grecku? Ostatnia królowa Egiptu, która była żoną Juliusza Cezara była z pochodzenia Greczynką, ale rządziła w Egipcie. Właśnie królowie z tej dynastii kazali zrobić ten kamień z napisami egipskimi oraz greckimi.Ludzie, którzy znaleźli ten kamień znali język grecki i potrafili go przeczytać. Dzięki temu umieli złamać ten szyfr jakim były hieroglify. Ale czy dzisiaj ludzie wykorzystują inne języki jako szyfr? Przykładem jest język Indian z Ameryki Północnej.Indianie Nawaho mieszkają tylko na terytorium USA. Tak więc tylko te wojska miały ludzi, którzy znali ten język. Podczas II wojny światowej ci Indianie pracowali przy przekazywaniu wiadomości przez radio. Po prostu rozmawiali sobie w swoim języku. Wróg też słuchał tych wiadomości, ale nic nie rozumiał, bo nie miał Indian, którzy przetłumaczyli by te wiadomości. Tylko Amerykanie mieli członków tego plemienia i tylko oni potrafili przetłumaczyć te wiadomości.Dzisiaj szczególnie zajmiemy się maszyną szyfrującą, która się nazywała Enigma. Co o niej wiemy? Enigmę zbudowali Niemcy. Później zaczęło jej używać wojsko niemieckie. A co znaczy jej nazwa? Co znaczy słowo “Enigma”? Enigma to po grecku “zagadka” i rzeczywiście szyfr enigmy był bardzo trudna zagadką do odgadnięcia.Jak działało szyfrowanie przy pomocy Enigmy? Jak pamiętacie szyfr Cezara zawsze przesuwał litery o trzy. Tak więc w szyfrze Cezara A zawsze zmieniało się w D. Tak więc gdy ktoś napisał AAA (3 “A”) to wyszło DDD (3 “D”). Niestety Enigma po każdym naciśnięciu zmieniała to o ile się przesuwał alfabet. Tak więc gdy pierwszy raz nacisnęło się A mogło się zmienić w J, a gdy drugi raz nacisnęło się A to zmieniało się w literę M. Właśnie to sprawiało, że tak trudno było złamać kod Engimy.Kto złamał ten szyfr? Na uniwersytecie w Poznaniu wybrano trzech najlepszych studentów aby ich uczyć kryptologii. Nazywali się oni: Marian Rejewski, Henryk Zygalski i Jerzy Różycki. Ale dlaczego wybrano studentów z Poznania? Aby złamać niemiecki szyfr trzeba było być dobrym z matematyki, ale trzeba było także dobrze znać język niemiecki. Wszyscy trzej studenci pochodzili z miast, które przed odzyskaniem przez Polskę niepodległości znajdowały się w zaborze pruskim czyli w Niemczech. Np. Marian Rejewski urodził się w Bydgoszczy, a Henryk Zygalski w Poznaniu. Wszyscy oni studiowali matematykę na Uniwersytecie w Poznaniu. Matematyki uczył ich profesor Krygowski. Wybrał on tych trzech najzdolniejszych studentów. Prace nad złamaniem Enigmy rozpoczęto około 1930 roku. Szyfr był bardzo trudny i złamano go dopiero w 1932 roku czyli gdzieś po dwóch latach. Ale czy to już był koniec pracy kryptologów?Niemcy każdego dnia zmieniali ustawianie kółek. Tak więc kryptolodzy rozpoczynali dzień od złamania ustawień. Zabierało to na początku około 10-15 minut. Niemcy zaczęli jednak dokładać kolejne kółka do swojej maszyny szyfrującej i złamanie kodu każdego dnia było coraz trudniejsze.25 lipca 1939 roku, czyli dwa miesiące przed wybuchem II wojny światowej, Polacy zaprosili na spotkanie Francuzów i Anglików. W jakim celu?Polscy kryptolodzy przekazali jedną maszynę deszyfrującą Francuzom, a drugą Anglikom. Wydarzyło się to 25 lipca 1939 roku w Pyrach pod Warszawą. Niestety dwa miesiące później Niemcy zaatakowali Polskę. Rok później w 1940 roku zaatakowali też Francję. Tak więc tylko Anglia mogła odczytywać szyfry Enigmy. Jak oni to robili?Jak pewnie pamiętacie aby odczytać dzienne ustawienie Engimy kryptolodzy potrzebowali najpierw 10 minut, ale potem już wielu godzin. Potrzeba było dużo liczenia, a kto liczy szybciej niż ludzie? Komputery. Tak więc Anglicy zbudowali komputer, który nazwali Colossus. Oznacza to, że był on bardzo wielki. Wiele osób uważa, że był to pierwszy komputer na świecie.Poznaliście już trzech polskich matematyków, czyli Rejewskiego, Zygalskiego i Różyckiego. Ale kto zajmował się rozszyfrowywaniem kodu Enigmy w Anglii?Alan Turning to brytyjski matematyk, który zajmował się kryptografią, ale także informatyką, czyli tworzeniem i programowaniem komputerów. Najpierw nauczył się łamania kodu Enigmy od polskich matematyków, a potem wykorzystał to do zbudowania maszyny, która potrafiła szybciej niż ludzie łamać kody. Ale gdzie Anglicy łamali te szyfry i gdzie stał Kolosus?Anglicy wykorzystali taki dworek wraz z parkiem, który nazywa się Blechley Park. W tamtych czasach nie było tam w okolicy żadnego dużego miasta. Dzisiaj jednak jest tam nowe miasto zbudowane już po wojnie, które nazywa się Milton Keynes. Tak więc dzisiaj Blechley Park znajduje się w mieście Milton Keynes, ale podczas wojny tam jeszcze nie było tego miasta.Wracając do Enigmy. Być może sądzicie, że historia Enigmy to łamanie niemieckich szyfrów i odczytywanie niemieckich wiadomości podczas II wojny światowej. To jest jednak dłuższa historia.To, że Polacy złamali szyfr enigmy utrzymywano w tajemnicy podczas wojny, aby Niemcy dalej używali tych maszyn. Myśleli oni, że mogą wysyłać wiadomości i nikt tego nie odczyta. Po wojnie wiele innych krajów dalej używało Enigmy, bo nikt nie wiedział, że ten szyfr złamano już przed wojną. Dzięki temu Anglicy mogli odczytywać wiadomości tych krajów, które po wojnie dalej korzystały z Enigmy. Ale to już inna historia.

Saint Alphonsus Wellcast
The Anti-New Year's Resolution

Saint Alphonsus Wellcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 25:57


Kim Kleaveland, NP, Candi Zappia, CHES & Debbie Masner, RN discuss some of the negative aspects of setting New Years resolutions and explore ways to create more mindful and meaningful goals.

Tony Diaz #NPRadio
Nuestra Palabra Celebrates Latino Houstonians Shaping the Nation: Hispanic Heritage Month 2022 #HHM

Tony Diaz #NPRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 87:40


On Monday, October 3, 2022, Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say highlighted grassroots Latino art and culture that has changed the way we are perceived and treated across the nation. This powerful showcase of talent took place in the state of the art facilities of Houston's Alley Theatre, a leading force for art in the U.S., through a partnership with its El Zócalo Advisory Committee headed by Baldemar Rodriguez, Manager of Community Partnership. This event will featured the Houston release of the new book The Tip of the Pyramid: Cultivating Community Cultural Capital by Tony Diaz, El Librotraficante. Diaz is a writer and activist originally from Chicago who moved to Houston to become the first Chicano to earn a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Houston. In 1998, he founded Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say, Houston's first reading series for Latino Writers, which sparked a movement for art, culture, and civil rights. NP formed the foundation for the Librotraficante Caravan, organized to defy and defeat Arizona officials banning of Mexican American Studies. His book chronicles that history. Russell Contreras is an alum of Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say, a graduate of Eisenhower High School and The University of Houston. He earned a Master of Fine Arts from Columbia University. He is the national Race and Justice Reporter for Axios News. Alvaro Saar Rios is a Texican playwright living in Chicago. He is an alum of Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say, a graduate of Lamar High School and The University of Houston. His plays have been performed in New York City, Mexico City, Hawaii, Chicago, St. Louis, Milwaukee and all over Texas. He has received playwriting commissions from various organizations, including Kennedy Center, Chicago Children's Theatre, and Houston Grand Opera. His award-winning play Luchadora! is published by Dramatic Publishing Inc. Other plays include On The Wings of a Mariposa, Unmuted, and Carmela Full of Wishes. Alvaro holds an MFA in Writing for the Stage and Screen from Northwestern University. He is Playwright-In-Residence at Milwaukee's First Stage. Alvaro is a proud veteran of the US Army and an Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Monica Villarreal is an interdisciplinary artist native to Houston. She is the founder of Creative Women Unite, a Houston feminist arts collaborative, and she is a traditional Aztec dancer with Danza Azteca Taxcayolot, a local group that practices indigenous traditions through spirituality and community-engaging performances throughout the nation and internationally. They will open the evenings events. We will re-live the power, majesty of the Mexica through its art, culture, knowledge recapitulated over the centuries and across the continent and all over the world, and presented as Danza Azteca this evening with: Danza Chikawa Conroe Texas & Danza Azteca Taxcayolot Poet Lupe Mendez is a veteran alum of Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say where he made his literary debut. He went on to become one of the co-founders of the Librotraficante Caravan, Tintero Projects, author of the poetry collection "Why I Am Like Tequila," and he is now Texas Poet Laureate. You will hear a special announcement from Sixto Wagon about opportunities for Latino Artists through the BIPOC Arts Network Fund and Geraldina Wise, Chair of ALMAAHH- Advocates of a Latino Museum of Cultural and Visual Arts & Archive Complex in Houston, Harris County. Mariachi performances by: The duet of Jose Luis Rodriguez & Rigo Tapia, and solos by Keira Dalila Martinez, and Eduardo Treviño. www.Librotraficante.com www.NuestraPalabra.org www.TonyDiaz.net Instrumental Music produced / courtesy of Bayden Records Website | http://baydenrecords.beatstars.com

Czyta: #TataMariusz
Katarzyna Kilczuk - Potworna sprawa (fragment); Rozdział 3. [Wydawnictwo Dziwimisie]

Czyta: #TataMariusz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 9:11


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Joanna Bogudał-Borkowska - Baśń druga - Kura w operze (pełne opowiadanie); Oficyna Wydawnicza Impuls

Czyta: #TataMariusz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 29:42


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Nurses Living the Good Life
44. Q&A: How Do I Get Started in an Aesthetics Practice?

Nurses Living the Good Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 33:50


I've been a recent guest on Doximity and have been answering all of your questions about business and entrepreneurship. I got a recent question from Amber that asked, "What are the starting points for financing a NP business? I'm looking to break into aesthetics (already certified) but having trouble finding a starting point." Listen in to find out why the aesthetics industry is booming and how you can get started with ease.

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Arkadiusz Łakomiak - Mazurska przygoda cz. 1.

Czyta: #TataMariusz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 10:43


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Maria Konopnicka - Zosia na wsi - XI. Zosia na łące

Czyta: #TataMariusz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 1:46


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Montana Nocks Podcast
Ep. 065: THANK YOU

Montana Nocks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 7:19


Thank ya'll for the support this year. Announcement coming next week. #NP

The Cabral Concept
2514: High Blood Sugar, CalZbone, Chalazion Cysts, Hair Loss & T3 Medication, Glucose Revolution (HouseCall)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 22:11


Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions:    Rob:  Hi Doc, me again. Sorry forgot to ask about my blood sugar. I've been wearing a CGM for almost 2 months now and I was shocked how I was basically pre-diabetic. Fasting glucose was about 120 and it could spike all the way up to 180 after eating my prep meal which could involve something like lentils, sweet potato and peas + olive oil. I have gone to a completely starch free diet where I'm eating plenty of cruciferous veg, pulses. 20g+ protein in every meal and healthy fats. No fruits, grains or starches such as sweet potato. I do have a cheat meal per week and anytime I try to add a starch, my blood glucose spikes again. Am I supposed to be on a starch free diet forever? Why is my fasting glucose still around over 100 when I'm not eating any starches? This is so confusing. Bearing in mind that I already get my 10k steps and I'm generally moving after my meals (washing dishes). Please help, I'm so lost.   Anonymous: Hello, I'm 38 years old and my Dexa Scan came back with upsetting results. I have -2.0 T score in my spine which is significantly decreased from 2 years ago. I am wondering if you know anything about CalZbone (Cissus quadrangularis) supplement or IMD supplements (which have an Oseto product containing this). I am worried about putting things into my body if I don't know about any potential side effects, especially long term. At the same time i'm working on my nutririon, i'm working with an endocrinologist for on my hormones and thyroid (which have been a mess for years), i'm also working on increasing the amount of calcium in my diet and making sure I have adequate Vitamin D and K. Any feedback about CalZbone, or about suggestions to make sure I can reverse this bone loss would be wonderful. Also, your amazing and use many of your supplements daily including DNS, Adrenal Soothe and Thyroid Support. Thank you for all you do!   Casey: Hello I tried to submit a question and it keeps rejecting my submission so I was hoping I could send it here! Thank you so much for anything you can do to help. Here is my question: Hi there! Do you have any recommendations for chalazion cysts in the eye? My poor mama keeps getting them and they're doing repeat surgeries monthly and putting her on antibiotics each time and just say it's part of life now which has to be bs. I'm going to sign her up to be a client with you but hoping there was something she can do in the meantime! Thank you for all you do!   Mary: After reading and listening to all of your info on hair loss, trying to get to the root cause of mine (all over scalp thinning). In your experience, is it possible to experience hair loss after adding T3 medication (low, at 5 mg)? It does say it's a potential side-effect. I was already on NP thyroid 90 mg. with TSH of 2.3, FT3 of 2.7, FT4 of .9, TPO 11, TGA

Rogue Wav Podcast
E65: Best of 2022 with Rogue Wav

Rogue Wav Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 53:06


It's the end of the year and what a year in Comics, Movies, TV shows and Pop Culture! In this episode we talk our best picks of 2022. We talk about the DCEU and what it means to have a look behind the curtain, as well as Avatar 2 and more!Watch us LIVE + SUBSCRIBE – 8pm ET: https://Youtube.com/roguematter ⇩ Follow the Rogue Matter network ⇩ Website ► https://www.roguematter.com/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/rogue_matter Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/weareroguematter Twitch ►https://www.twitch.tv/weareroguematter Soundcloud ► https://soundcloud.com/roguematter Spotify ► https://open.spotify.com/show/5xXzwTK5y1NIHgYhuSBYRq Apple ► https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rogue-wav-podcast/id1503427846?uo=4 Google Podcasts ► https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMjIxNjE0NC9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVk iHeart ► https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-rogue-wav-podcast-80937476/

Slam the Gavel
Amy Palacios Updates Her Case: THREATS OF JAIL TIME And The Appealing Process

Slam the Gavel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 64:08


     Slam the Gavel welcomes Amy Palacios last on the podcast Season 3, Episode 147 and 165. She is a Mother of six children. In Amy's case there are two ex-husbands fighting in court with the SAME lawyer, Attorney Jay White to perpetuate 14 years of corruption. Her first ex-husband paid the second ex-husband $50,000.00 to be a false witness against her.  Her case started in Mecklenburg County and has now moved to Cabarrus County, NC. Now both ex's along with an attorney, Jay White want to extort monies from Amy or put her in jail days before Christmas.     This is the most egregious  crime committed against this mother, a Nurse Practitioner. What will happen on Monday? Only time will tell, but to take a seasoned NP out of the field and place her in Debtor's Prison at taxpayer's expense is not only frivolous as well as illegal as Debtor's Prison has been abolished in 1833. Amy Palacios's case has gotten too far out of control and Judge Knust has to know how this will affect her children in regards to the ACE's Scores if mother is sent to prison.  God is in control.To Reach Amy Palacios: To Reach Amy: Facebook Amy Hendricks Urban, (Urban)/PalaciosSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/Support the showSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://beentheregotout.com/http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/

Where We Live
The science, treatment gaps, and myths of menopause

Where We Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 40:58


Half of the world's population is made up of women. And by 2025, the number of postmenopausal women is expected to rise to 1 billion, according to the North American Menopause Society. Despite the $600 billion global market, menopause is still a taboo topic. But new scientific research on menopause on the heels of previous studies show how and where we must invest in women's health. This hour on Where We Live, we learn more, and we talk to a “menopause doula” about treatment, gaps in care and myths. We also examine findings from new studies on the impact of trauma, disparities, and workplace policies on women's bodies in midlife. Find a North American Menopause Society-certified OBGYN, NP, or other practitioners here. My Menoplan is a resource created by doctors and university-based menopause scientists who have worked together for over 25 years. This tool, funded by the National Institutes of Health, was designed so that women have a place to go to get accurate, up-to-date, science-based, unbiased, and personalized information about what treatments work and what treatments don't work.   GUESTS:  Nathalie Bonafe: Menopause doula. Founder, Cafe Menopause Connecticut. Practitioner accredited by the North American Menopause Society Dr. Melissa Pearlstone: North American Menopause Society-accredited OBGYN, Westwood Women's Health, Waterbury Debbie Dickinson: Founder and CEO, Thermaband Inc., incubated at Yale and currently in the Harvard iLab and Harvard Alumni Accelerator program For more on menopause, listen to Where We Live's show A Frank Discussion About Menopause With Dr. Jen Gunter. Dr. Jen Gunter is an OB/GYN, women's health advocate, and New York Times columnist. She's also the author of The Menopause Manifesto. The conversation with Dr. Gunter was broadcast in July 2021.Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Happy Party Podcast
[HER STORY] Interview with Marielle Pitts; The Secret to Managing Migraines, Anxiety, Acne, and More!

The Happy Party Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 39:24


I so enjoyed this episode! Marielle and I chatted about all the things today; migraines, anxiety, gut health, bowel movements...you name it, we chatted about it. Bigger than the issues though, we talked about functional medicine and its place in the healing process. Getting to the root cause of the issues at hand versus slapping bandaids on everything is the mission for Marielle and her business. We both have the same philosophy; find the root cause and treat the root cause with exercise and nutrition. Medications certainly have a time and a place, but so much can be accomplished through nutrition and fitness. It is fundamentally that simple, but yet (sometimes) complex to execute.She gets real about her health struggles, the struggles she had while working as an NP in the hospital and doctor's office, as well as walking through her dad's diagnosis and ultimate passing from Parkinson's Disease. Don't miss this one and be sure to share with someone who would benefit from hearing it.xo

The Conversing Nurse podcast
Conversing with a Transplant Nurse: Annette Needham

The Conversing Nurse podcast

Play Episode Play 36 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 54:39 Transcription Available


After speaking with Annette Needham, I can truthfully say she is the expert on all things transplant nursing. She is a doctorally-prepared nurse practitioner who has done it all: worked as a transplant nurse on busy floors, as a transplant coordinator, as a nurse manager, as an inpatient NP, and most recently as a quality transplant manager. She is also a donor advocate and is active in professional transplant organizations. She calls herself bossy, but after getting to know her a bit, I'd say she is intelligent, well-spoken, knowledgeable and just a downright nice person. In the five-minute snippet…she's an IRONMAN!!! For Annette's bio and book recs, visit:My website: https://theconversingnursepodcast.comFind me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theconversingnursepodcast/The God Committee https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/article Derek Fitzgerald www.recycledmanspeaks.comAmerican Society of Transplantation (AST) www.myast.orgDonate Life www.donatelifecalifornia.orgThe Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients www.srtr.orgThank you to Ingrid and Jessica www.anothersituationpodcast.com/

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Working as a Nurse Practitioner Overseas

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022


Nurse practitioners (NPs) have been used in the USA for the last several decades. The increased scope of practice with reimbursement for services has only been since 1997. The rapid expansion of the use of NPs in healthcare and the diversity of opportunities in the USA is a guideline to opportunities for NPs around the world. Exploring and promoting the role of the nurse practitioner in other countries of the world is an exciting and often challenging process. There are many countries who do not yet recognize the role an NP plays in the healthcare setting. However, NPs (both in traditional mission roles and as marketplace workers) can be utilized to expand the level of care for patients in many areas of the world. this session hopes to provide insight on obtaining licensure overseas as well as to inspire nurses to consider the many ways their skills and talents can be utilized around the world. to improve healthcare and to bring the good news

Fearless Marketing for Life Coaches
221. Marketing and codependency with Maria Victoria Albina

Fearless Marketing for Life Coaches

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 47:43


If you're like most if my clients, you have trouble making offers. Maybe you get frozen with fear. Maybe you have a belief that you're simply not good enough.Breaking out of this pattern doesn't call for more thought work. It calls for tending to your nervous system, which my guest this week is an expert on.Maria Victoria Albina is an NP, MPH, and Master Certified Life Coach who is trained in sensory motor psychotherapy and somatic experiencing. She helps women and non-binary folks with codependent, perfectionist, and people-pleasing thinking stop feeling stuck.Listen in as Maria Victoria highlights the importance of nervous system work when it comes to marketing, and learn how to break the codependency cycle once and for all.Find links to everything mentioned in this episode as well as links to Maria Victoria's work here: https://www.simonegraceseol.com/221

GeriPal - A Geriatrics and Palliative Care Podcast
Storycatching: Podcast with Heather Coats and Thor Ringler

GeriPal - A Geriatrics and Palliative Care Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 46:50


Eric and I weren't sure what to call this podcast  - storytelling and medicine? Narrative medicine?  We discussed it with today's guests Heather Coats, palliative care NP-scientist, and Thor Ringler, poet.  It wasn't until the end that the best term emerged - storycatching.  Because that really is what this is about.  Clinicians “catching” patient life stories.    What's in a story?  Well, as we learned, everything.  Our patients aren't “the 76 year old with heart failure in room 202,” as Heather Coats astutely noted.  They're people, and what makes us people if not our life's stories?  Our loves, our triumphs, our failures, our work, our families.   Thor Ringler helped start the My Life My Story project at the Madison VA in Wisconsin.  It's since spread to over 70 VAs.  VA “gets” the importance of storytelling in medicine, without the need for reams of research to back it up.  As Thor notes, capturing patient stories has face validity as positively impacting the patients who share their stories and have them documented, and for the clinicians who get to truely and deeply know their patients in far greater depth than “what brought you to the hospital?” Heather Coats is hard at work establishing the evidence base for the power of capturing patient stories in healthcare settings, for those health systems that need a little more convincing.    Wonderful work.  Enjoy! Many links: VA Presents: My Life, My Story: George: A Voice To Be Heard on Apple Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1529359511?i=1000489683280 Every Veteran has a story. Our mission is to help them tell it.https://www.va.gov/wholehealth/mylifemystory/ My Life, My Story: VA's healthcare improvements through deliberate storytelling - YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpzgVlExS20&ab_channel=VeteransHealthAdministration Storytelling Helps Hospital Staff Discover The Person Within The Patienthttps://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/06/08/729351842/storytelling-helps-hospital-staff-discover-the-person-within-the-patient A few data based publication links from Person-Centered Narrative Intervention Program of Research:  Unpacking characteristics of spirituality through the lens of persons of colour living with serious illness: The need for nurse-based education to increase understanding of the spiritual dimension in healthcarehttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/jocn.16055 Integration of Person-Centered Narratives Into the Electronic Health Record: Study Protocolhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32740306/ Bennett, C.R., Shive, N., Coats, H. (2020). What Mattered Then, Now, and Always: Illness Narratives From Persons of Color. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 22 (5):392-400/ PMID: 32740304https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32740304/ Coats, H., Meek, P., Schilling, L., Akard, T., Doorenbos, A. (2020). Connection -- The Integration of a Person-Centered Narrative Intervention into the Electronic Health Record: An implementation study. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 23 (6) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7249456/ Coats, H., Crist, J., Berger, A., Sternberg, E., & Rosenfeld, A. (2015). African American elders' serious illness experiences: Narratives of “God did,” “God will,” and “Life is better.” Qualitative Health Research. doi:10.1177/1049732315620153.  PMID: 26701962https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1049732315620153.  Narrative Methods Textbook referenced in podcastNarrative Methods for the Human Sciences A few Dignity Therapy- Harvey Max Chochinov links https://dignityincare.ca/en/about-us.html About us - Dignity in Carehttps://dignityincare.ca/en/about-us.html Research Team - Dignity in Carehttps://dignityincare.ca/en/research-team.html Other links: Curiosity by Faith Fitgeraldhttps://www.acpjournals.org/doi/full/10.7326/0003-4819-130-1-199901050-00015 Eric's blog post on Dignity Therapy from 2011https://geripal.org/study-of-dignity-therapy-on-distress/  

Doing It At Home: Our Home Birth Podcast
414: Choosing Home Birth as an Evidence-Based Minded Person Plus Letting Go, Accepting Pain and Being Patient with Shira Page (DIAH Classic)

Doing It At Home: Our Home Birth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 63:46


Can you over prepare intellectually for birth? This is a topic that comes up in our interview with Shira Page, NP and CLC. According to Shira, when it came to her first birth: “I had been planning to deliver at home my entire life because my mom gave birth to my brother at home. We did Bradley, I read all the books, watched all the documentaries, and listened to DIAH non-stop. My labor at home was over 40 hours of nonstop stabbing back pain and non-progressive labor. We went to the hospital to get morphine and sleep and returned home to continue to try to labor. After another day at home doing all the things, we transferred to get an epidural. The hospital experience was okay but still had a lot of moments where I felt decisions were taken from me. I felt that I overprepared intellectually and didn't focus on letting go, accepting pain, and being patient.”  We talk about the details of her first birth, then details of her second, including some of her postpartum and breastfeeding journey. Things we talk about in this episode:  La Leche League Business of Being Born co-care model Bradley Method hospital transfer mental preparation prodromal labor postpartum trauma and anxiety placenta removal Links From the Episode: Shira's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dyadsupport/ Shira's website: www.DyadSupport.com   Offers From Our Awesome Partners: Esembly: https://bit.ly/3eanCSz - use code DIH20 to get 20% off your order Needed: https://bit.ly/2DuMBxP - use code DIAH to get 20% off your order or DIAH100 for $100 off a Complete Plan   More From Doing It At Home: Doing It At Home book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3vJcPmU DIAH Website: https://www.diahpodcast.com/ DIAH Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doingitathome/ DIAH YouTube: https://bit.ly/3pzuzQC DIAH Merch: https://diahpodcast.com/merch Give Back to DIAH: https://bit.ly/3qgm4r9

Programming Throwdown
147: Quantum Computing with Yonatan Cohen

Programming Throwdown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 66:10


Yonatan Cohen – Co-Founder & CTO of Quantum Machines – joins us in this episode to tackle quantum computing!  Did you know anyone can run quantum programs on Amazon Web Services for mere dollars? Learn about this field early to take pole superposition in the race to understand and use quantum computers!00:00:45 Introductions00:01:20 Yonatan's beginnings00:03:49 The simulation question00:05:51 How physics led to quantum computing00:14:56 Richard Feynman00:16:44 On the irreversibility of normal computers00:21:25 Logic gates00:25:04 Qubits00:30:11 An example of qubits00:38:19 Why simulating a quantum computer matters00:42:23 NP-complete problems00:48:57 More people at a higher development level are needed00:54:16 Quantum machines in the middle layer01:02:56 Working at Quantum Machines01:05:05 FarewellsResources mentioned in this episode:Links: Quantum Machines: Website: https://www.quantum-machines.co/ Careers: https://www.quantum-machines.co/careers/ Yonatan Cohen:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yonatan-cohen-10076b113/ References:Getting Started with Quantum Computinghttps://builtin.com/software-engineering-perspectives/how-to-learn-quantum-computing If you've enjoyed this episode, you can listen to more on Programming Throwdown's website: https://www.programmingthrowdown.com/Reach out to us via email: programmingthrowdown@gmail.comYou can also follow Programming Throwdown on Facebook | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Player.FM Join the discussion on our DiscordHelp support Programming Throwdown through our Patreon ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

This Is Karen Hunter
S E1130: Richina Lukes: Black Hair and Health

This Is Karen Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 24:27


Karen and her guest Richina Lukes-Milledge, nurse practitioner, and CEO of L'Èlite MediSpa Inc, a medical spa that offers a variety of health, wellness and aesthetic services. Discuss the hair products often used by Black women that may contain endocrine-disrupting chemicals that are linked with serious health issues. JOIN KNARRATIVE/#knubia: https://www.knarrative.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.