The Luray Caverns in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia are home to an instrument that draws out the secret sounds of millenia-old stone. READ MORE IN THE ATLAS: https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/the-great-stalacpipe-organ-luray-virginia
COVID-style prevention measures are reappearing in China—from face masks to virus testing, and workers in heavy protective gear. One Chinese city is appealing to citizens to stockpile food. How is the United States responding? The Taiwanese president is urging voters to fight for "dignified peace" ahead of the island's elections. Could a coat made in China show evidence of slave labor? A curious ID card found in a British Black Friday buy is raising questions. A Chinese campaign is mobilizing citizens to register as organ donors. But some report the optional program isn't so voluntary after all. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Host - Jon HansenOnce a week, a dozen seniors rediscover their love for music while sitting at the organ. Many played as children, but stopped playing when they started their families. They gather at a music school in South Elgin on Wednesdays, and they aren't old church lady organists...
Organ meats are nature's multi-vitamin, according to James Barry, founder of Pluck. Pluck is seasoning for foods, but not just for taste and it's not just any seasoning. Freeze-dried organ meats are mixed with spices and salts to not only increase the taste of the dish, but to provide a supercharge of nutrients. The flavor Pluck seasoning adds is more than just the spices too. The organ meats provide the savory Umami taste, a unique flavor. The principles of ancestral eating drive Pluck's operations. The philosophy of nose-to-tail eating, no waste of the animal is primary in their mission. They feel people are missing out on the nutrition benefits when only the muscle is consumed. Or as James puts it, “As close to nature as possible”. There also is a connection to ancestral eating in James' family as he found out. Apparently, his family lived in Brooklyn, ate liver and onions regularly and would go to the open market for items like chicken. They'd pick out a live chicken, then come back later after the chopping and plucking and take home a warm carcass. That's about as close as you can get to the source. But organ meats aren't widely consumed in the US, mainly because of the odd taste. That's where James' 16-years as a professional chef came in handy, to add the organ nutrition to any food without the traditional organ taste, the perfect gateway into capturing the nutrition of organ meats. That plus the fact he was a very picky eater as a child and young adult, not having an adventurous palate at all. He grew up eating fast food and frozen vegetables and microwave meals. But the real impetus for introducing organ meat nutrition to the world came when his two-year old daughter became afflicted with Shiga toxin, a life-threatening disease. She became extremely thin and weak as James and his wife struggled to get nutrition into her body. She survived and is a healthy specimen today, but the experience left James with his determination to provide a functional food product anyone could consume without having to step outside their comfort zone. James points to the book, “Eat Like A Human” to underscore his philosophy of consuming the entire animal to be completely healthy. In the book, the author points to the development of human beings, going back a few million years. Our ancestors were foragers, then scavengers; neither role amounting to much nutrition to aid development. Then around 2 ½ million years ago, they developed tools to be predators and that's when humans started to evolve. They consumed organ meats, blood and fat, which led to larger bodies, more developed brains and the evolution into modern day humans. It was more nutrients with less effort. So James looks to provide the nutrition from organ meats to today's consumer, but also wants the consumer to have quality organ meats. He sources only quality grass-fed, grass-finished, humanely treated, pasture-raised animals raised with no GMOs or hormones. He currently sources them from New Zealand as he has not had success finding that quality in the US, but he keeps looking. The spices and herbs come from sustainable farms as well. All this to make getting better nutrition as easy as replacing your salt and pepper with Pluck. And this daily habit is microdosing, which has a cumulative effect of making you healthier. You can find Pluck in special places in 17 states currently. Buy online at https://eatpluck.com/. Follow them on Twitter - @eat_pluck, Instagram - @eatpluck and Facebook - @eatpluck. Follow James on IG, @jamesbarry, FB @jamesbarry. Our hosts: Twitter - @sarahmasoni and @spicymarshall, Instagram - @masoniandmarshall.
Musician Maggie Baugh has been advocating for suicide awareness for several years now. She's found healing through her journey with music. Having overcome suicide at a young age, Maggie now seeks to share her story and create awareness. Supporting people's healing with her inspirational music and story. Join us as we learn more about Maggie and how she has transformed her life with music. Cultivate your sense of belonging with 7-Days of Belonging Connect with your guest Maggie Baugh Website: https://maggiebaugh.com/ Instagram: maggie_baugh Connect with your host Ross Leppala! Instagram: ross.leppala Facebook: Ross Leppala Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Intro and Outro music credits: "Lost in the Woods" by Gaelynn Lea from the album "Learning How to Stay" Gaelynn Lea: Violin, Vocals Dave Mehling: Guitars, Keyboards, Organ & Auxiliary Percussion Al Church: Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Piano & Auxiliary Percussion Martin Dosh: Drums Andrew Foreman: Electric Bass Haley McCallum: Vocal Harmony
I've done a lot of videos on cortisol, especially as it relates to the adrenal body type or adrenal glands. But I haven't done a video on the foods that lower cortisol. That's what we're going to talk about today. Of course, there are a lot of benefits to reducing cortisol, but we're not going to get into that today. Instead, I want to cover the foods that can help you lower cortisol naturally. Cortisol adapts the body to a stress state. It's important to note that the body doesn't know the difference between mental stress and physical stress. A high level of sugar in your blood affects cortisol and adrenaline. In other words, consuming sugar, refined carbs, and starches keeps you in stress mode. On the flip side, the Healthy Keto® diet and intermittent fasting help lower cortisol and promote a sense of calm. The best foods to lower cortisol and stress: 1. Egg yolks 2. Organ meats 3. Nutritional yeast or sunflower seeds 4. Dark leafy green vegetables 5. Salmon and other fatty fish 6. Probiotics and fermented foods (sauerkraut, kefir, pickles, kimchi) DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... https://link.springer.com/article/10....
In this episode, Tom is looking at the Organ in the Augustine church middle street Galway. They then talk about the great history of the Choir there.You can find the articles referenced in this podcast on www.advertiser.ie/galway.If you have a message for Tom or Ronnie please email us at email@example.com
On October 25, 2017 Colleen Lovett got the news every parent dreads - that her child had been involved in a serious crash. Tragically, Colleen's daughter Ryan Post never recovered from her injuries, but Ryan's story didn't end there. Through the gift of organ and tissue donation, she was able to save the lives of at least five people and impact many more. In this episode, Colleen joined Tyson Kinzle and Kara Cordell from Live On Nebraska, an independent, non-profit organ procurement organization serving Nebraska and Pottawattamie County, Iowa. Listen as they sit down with Chief Deputy Houchin and Captain Vik to share the mission, process, and impact that organ and tissue donation can have right here in Lancaster County, Nebraska and beyond! Introduction to Live On Nebraska. The mission. The impact. Collaboration between Live On Nebraska and area law enforcement. Ryan Post's story and its impact. Aftercare. The healing power of organ donation. Awareness and education. Organ donation registration. Closing thoughts.
Jetzt beginnt wieder eine harte Zeit für die Leber: die Weihnachtszeit. Gänsebraten, Glühwein und die fettige Bratwurst auf dem Weihnachtsmarkt. Lebererkrankungen sind wenig bekannt, aber weit verbreitet. Experten schätzen, dass mindestens fünf Millionen Menschen in Deutschland an einer Lebererkrankung leiden. Viele davon, ohne es zu merken. Warum stehen Lebererkrankungen im Gegensatz zu Herz-Kreislauf-Erkrankungen so wenig im Fokus? Warum ist die Fettleber in Deutschland so verbreitet? Wie lassen sich Lebererkrankungen erkennen? Und welche Rolle spielt die Ernährung für die Leber?
We see what we know Arcana Coelestia 6598... they who are able to think above the things of sense, provided the things in the memory have been set in order, possess a greater capacity than others to understand and perceive, and this according to the degree in which they view things from what is interior. AC 6599...thought diffuses itself into the societies of spirits and of angels round about, and that the capacity to understand and perceive is according to the extension into these societies, that is, according to the influx from them; and in the next place that there are countless things in one idea of thought, and still more in one thought composed of ideas. AC 6600 It is said that the thought and affection of man, spirit, and angel pour themselves around into the societies, and that from this come the understanding and perception; but be it known that it is so said according to the appearance, for there is no influx of the thoughts and affections into the societies; but from the societies, and this through the angels and spirits with the man. AC 6601...the quality of a man's life is altogether according to the societies into which his thought and affection extend themselves, and according to the quality and amount of this extension. Memory knowledges are the organ of sight for the spiritual body AC 6608. Intellectual light has been given me, taken away, diminished, and moderated, in thinking, speaking, and writing, and this frequently; and it has been given me to perceive the variations and differences. The light itself was perceived as an illumination which enlightened the substances of the interior sight, as the light of the sun enlightens the organs of bodily sight. This general illumination caused the objects of things to appear, as the objects of the earth appear to an enlightened eye; and I have been instructed that these variations came forth according to the communications with heavenly societies. Heaven and Hell 76. But it must be remembered that a man cannot see angels with his bodily eyes, but only with the eyes of the spirit within him, 1 because his spirit is in the spiritual world, and all things of the body are in the natural world. Like sees like from being like. Moreover, as the bodily organ of sight, which is the eye, is too gross, as everyone knows, to see even the smaller things of nature except through magnifying glasses, still less can it see what is above the sphere of nature, as all things in the spiritual world are. Nevertheless these things can be seen by man when he has been withdrawn from the sight of the body, and the sight of his spirit has been opened; and this can be effected instantly whenever it is the pleasure of the Lord that man should see these things; and in that case man does not know but what he is seeing them with his bodily eyes. HH 453  A spirit that has been loosed from the body or the spirit in another man, is not visible in the human form to man, because the body's organ of sight, or its eye, so far as it sees in the world, is a material organ, and what is material can see only what is material, while what is spiritual sees what is spiritual. When, therefore, the material part of the eye becomes darkened and is deprived of its cooperation with the spiritual, the eye sees spirits in their own form, which is the human form, not only the spirits that are in the spiritual world, but also the spirit of another man while it is yet in its body. AC 2588  In order to present the subject to the apprehension of the simple, take as an example the following matter of knowledge. They who are in the affirmative that sight is not of the eye, but of the spirit, which sees the things that are in the world through the eye as an organ of its body, can confirm themselves by many things; as from our hearing things said by others; in that they refer themselves to a certain interior sight, into which they are changed; which would be impossible unless there were a...
In dieser Bonus-Episode spricht das Pandemia-Team mit Mareike Müller und Carl Gierstorfer, den Macherinnen von "Charité intensiv: Gegen die Zeit“. In der Dokuserie geht es um Organspenden. Die beiden erzählen von den Dreharbeiten, was sie dabei am meisten bewegt hat und was es bedeutet, wenn Patienten monatelang auf ein Organ warten.
In dieser Bonus-Episode spricht das Pandemia-Team mit Mareike Müller und Carl Gierstorfer, den Macherinnen von "Charité intensiv: Gegen die Zeit“. In der Dokuserie geht es um Organspenden. Die beiden erzählen von den Dreharbeiten, was sie dabei am meisten bewegt hat und was es bedeutet, wenn Patienten monatelang auf ein Organ warten.
In this episode, Marcus has the privilege of hosting a remarkable individual who has traversed diverse worlds - from the military to Hollywood, and beyond. Remi Adeleke, born in Nigeria, is not only an accomplished writer and actor but also a fierce advocate against organ trafficking. Join us as we delve into his incredible journey, from the streets of the Bronx to the high-stakes world of Navy SEALs and the glimmering lights of the entertainment industry. Remi's life story is one of resilience and determination. His world took a drastic turn following the death of his father. At just five years old, Remi, alongside his mother and brother, embarked on a new chapter in the Bronx, New York. Little did he know, this move would set the stage for a life of extraordinary experiences. Driven by a profound sense of duty and an unyielding spirit, Remi enlisted in the Navy, but his journey didn't stop there - he went on to join the elite Navy SEALs, specializing in combat medicine and HUMINT (Human Intelligence/tradecraft). From the battlefield to the big screen, Remi's transition into the world of Hollywood is a tale of its own. His notable roles in films such as "Ambulance" (2022), "Special Forces: World's Toughest Test" (2023), and "Plane" (2023) highlight not only his acting prowess but also the breadth of his experiences. Beyond the glamour of Hollywood, Remi is actively engaged in a cause close to his heart - combating organ trafficking. Drawing from personal experiences and a commitment to justice, Remi works tirelessly to raise awareness and combat this illicit trade. We explore the motivations behind his involvement in this critical issue and discuss the impact he hopes to make in the fight against organ trafficking. Join us as we unravel the layers of this multifaceted individual, gaining insights into the extraordinary life of a man who continues to inspire others through his actions and advocacy. Socials: - https://www.instagram.com/remiadeleke/ - https://www.youtube.com/@remiadeleke1278 - https://www.instagram.com/team_neverquit/ In this episode you will hear: • [Marcus] I wanted to be a Navy SEAL so bad, but I just thought it was impossible. (6:41) • Every single day of my life I try to maintain a standard of excellence. (7:51) • I feel like I owe it to guys who gave their lives. (8:01) • I want to be excellent because I want to honor their legacy. (8:18) • I love America. I'm not ashamed to say it. (8:31) • It's so interesting how so many people outside America see it, and love it, and want it. (9:03) • [Marcus] When you really appreciate being an American is when you freakin' leave. (9:19) • A lot of people don't know this, but Nigeria is a very rich country, because there's so much oils, natural gas, gold, and minerals. (9:59) • 9-11 played a role in me getting into the military. It's bittersweet. (18:08) • [Organ trafficking] is a multi-billion dollar industry. (23:27) • There are some corrupt doctors that on the American border playing a role – “providing intelligence” to organ harvesters. (24:25) • A woman in India traveled to New Delhi for a job. When she went to get a physical, she heard the nurse say to the doctor “this is the girl who's giving these organs”. She ran out, alerted the police and uncovered a multimillion dollar organ harvesting ring, any of whom were doctors. (25:21) • We're not dealing with idiots. We're dealing with intelligent people. (26:41) • My feature film is called: “Unexpected Redemption.” (31:02) • I love storytelling. I love taking and idea from the beginning, writing a screenplay, rolling a camera and shooting it. (32:03) • It's a very tough business to be in, but just that “no quit” attitude had stayed with me. (32:58) It's all about the story to me. What message can impact people the most? (33:56) • Fear breeds fear; Calm breeds calm. (43:35)
„Sich die Zunge verbrennen“, „die Zunge im Zaum halten“, „eine lose Zunge haben“ - dieses Organ in unserer Mundhöhle, die Zunge, taucht in unzähligen Redensarten auf. Und das aus gutem Grund: Denn dieser mit Schleimhaut überzogene Muskelkörper ist ein wahres Multitalent. Die Zunge ist nicht nur extrem beweglich und lässt uns dadurch koordiniert sprechen, saugen oder schlucken; sie ist auch hochempfindliches Sinnesorgan, das uns schmecken und ertasten lässt. Selbst in der Körpersprache spielt die Zunge eine große Rolle und enthält außerdem viele Zellen der Körperabwehr.
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Episode 110 Before and After Ambient, Part 1 Playlist Erik Satie, “Vexations” (1893-94), First, we will hear two piano versions (1 and 4) of this short work that was intended to be played repeatedly in one sitting 840 times in succession. The piano version was performed by Jeroen van Veen on the album Satie, Complete Piano Music (2016 Brilliant Classics). Then, we will hear an electronic version by Bhutan from Vexations (2016 Venado). Argentinean group Bhutan realized this electronic version of the Erik Satie piece in 2016. I thought it would be fitting to open the program with this because Satie's was one of the first works to be recognized in recent times as a kind of proto ambient composition. Satie preferred the term “furniture music” and thought that it would be suitable for background sound during a dinner party. The Bhutan version, realized in electronic instrumentation, is a fitting bridge of the old and the new when it comes to ambient compositions. John Cage, “In A Landscape” (1948) from In A Landscape played by Victoria Jordanova (2007 Arpaviva Recordings). This early Cage work was originally arranged either for piano or harp. It is very much the interpretation that makes this akin to ambient music. I selected this version for electric harp because it maintains the original's sense of suspended time and energy. I also like William Orbit's version but he took the orchestration to greater lengths and transforming it into something not so ambient. There is also a really quiet piano version by Stephen Drury which remains true to Cage's original intent of being “soft and meditative” with “resonances” being sustained by depressing both pedals throughout the performance. But I included this version for electric harp by Jordanova because it is more in tune with the electronic nature of the music we feature in this program. Morton Feldman, “Projection 1” (1950) from Arne Deforce, Yutaka Oya, Patterns In A Chromatic Field (2009 Aeon). Cello, Arne Deforce; Piano, Yutaka Oya; composed by, Morton Feldman. This is an acoustic work by Feldman (I couldn't find any electronic renditions) but I include it to draw similarities to the work of Harold Budd, also a pianist. In fact, Feldman was a long-standing favorite of Budd. Raymond Scott, “Sleepy Time” from Soothing Sounds for Baby, Volume 1 (1964 Epic). This legendary work is from a set of electronic and ambient records that Scott produced in the early 1960s as background music to help babies go to sleep. The electronic music was produced with his own creation, the Electronium, a from-scratch built custom synthesizer that combines electronic sequencing with tone generation and various filters. Eliane Radigue, “Vice - Versa, Etc. (Mix 1)” (1970) from (2013 Vice - Versa, Etc.). Processed tape reorder feedback. Realized at the composer's studio in Paris. Premiered in 1970 at Galerie Lara Vincy in Paris, on the occasion of a group exhibition. The stereo synthesis presented here was made in Lyon at Studio Fluorescent between 2010 and 2011 by Emmanuel Holterbach. Produced, composed, recorded using feedback by Eliane Radigue. Originally conceived as a sound installation, using several reel-to-reel tape players controlled through a mixing desk. The tapes could be played at different speeds, either forward or backward, right channel only, left channel only or simultaneously. The audience could create their own mix. Teresa Rampazzi (N.P.S.), “Environ” (1970) from Musica Endoscopica (2008 Die Schachtel). Created in 1970, this work represents a kind of reproduction in electronic sound of an ambient environment, peppered with noise and even voice. Rampazzi was a pioneering female composer of electronic music who founded the N.P.S. (Nuove Proposte Sonore) group and studio, where this was realized. Harmonia, “Hausmusik” from Harmonia (1974 Brain). Recorded and produced June - November '73 in the Harmonia home studio. Guitar, Piano, Organ, electronic percussion, Michael Rother; Organ, Keyboards, Guitar, electronic percussion, J. Roedelius; Synthesizer, Guitar, electronic percussion, D. Moebius. Brian Eno, “Discreet Music” (excerpt) from Discreet Music (1976 Obscure). Synthesizer with Digital Recall System, Graphic Equalizer, Echo Unit, Delay, Tape, Brian Eno. Brian Eno (b. 1948) worked with tape delay much in the manner defined by Oliveros for I of However, he expressed a somewhat indifferent attitude toward the outcome. He described the realization of Discreet Music (1975): “Since I have always preferred making plans to executing them, I have gravitated toward situations and systems that, once set into operation, could create music with little or no intervention on my part. That is to say, I tend toward the roles of planner and programmer, and then become an audience to the results.” Eno's composition consisted of a diagram of the devices used to generate the music. His approach was identical to that of Oliveros except that the sound material was specifically melodic and he did not modify or interact with the sound once the process was set in motion. The result in Discreet Music is the gradual transformation of a recognizable musical phrase. These 10 minutes are excerpted from the beginning of the extended work lasting 31 minutes. Brian Eno, “Through Hollow Lands (For Harold Budd)” from Before and After Science (1977 Island). Bass, Paul Rudolph; Vocals, Bell, Mini-Moog, CS80, AKS synthesizers, piano, guitar, Brian Eno. This is one of the only tracks that I would consider to be ambient from this album. Robert Ashley, “Automatic Writing” (excerpt) (1974–79) from Automatic Writing (1979 Lovely Music). This work was much talked about when it was released on record by Lovely Music Ltd. in 1979. Ashley wrote it over a five-year period after having just come back from his self-imposed exile from composing in the early 1970s. He performed it many times in various formative stages with the Sonic Arts Union before finally committing it to disc. It does indeed have a vocal, but it is also imbued with quiet, ASMR kinds of sounds that mesmerize. The basic musical material of Automatic Writing was the spoken voice, closely miked, uttering what Ashley characterized as “involuntary speech”: random, seemingly rational comments that might not make sense at all, depending on the context in which they were heard. These 10 minutes are excerpted from the beginning of the extended work lasting 46 minutes. Sri Dinesh, “Le Chant Des Étoiles” from Para Symphonie (1978 Alain Grima). French album of music to accompany meditation. It consists largely of short, repeated organ patterns and falls within the frame of mind for which ambient music was intended. Brian Eno, “2/2” from Ambient 1: Music for Airports (1978). Engineer, Conny Plank (yes, the producer of Kraftwerk). Composed, conceptualized, produced and engineered by Brian Eno. Theresa Rampazzi, “Atmen Noch” (1980) from from Musica Endoscopica (2008 Die Schachtel). Conrad Schnitzler, “Control B” from Control (1981 Dys). Edition of 1000 copies. An electronic work by Schnitzler, who played the devices, produced, and recorded the music. Opening background music: Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers, Bloom 3.2 (10) (2014 Opal Ltd.). Bloom is a generative music application that composes ambient music. This recording was made using Bloom running in “Classic” mode on a Macbook Pro running Ventura 13.5.2. Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. See my companion blog that I write for the Bob Moog Foundation. For additional notes, please see my blog, Noise and Notations.
News with Rina (in for Sean) 11-10-2023 ...Man named George “Piano” sues doctor after wrong “Organ” is removed …Meta may have found a way to level the AI Field
Can humans live to be 500 years old? Will death one day become optional? Which of our science fiction movies from the past are now a reality today? My guest Marek Piotrowski answers these questions and more on today's episode of Food Heals. With a background as a CMO in robotics, Marek is dedicated to demystifying breakthroughs in the field of longevity. Marek, along with his son Alex, are on a father and son quest for Longevity and Radical Life Extension, touring the world for 1 year, in search of the best solutions that'll help us live to 500 or longer — and have fun along the way. Tune into learn about the future of Stem Cells, Artificial Intelligence, 3D Organ Printing, and more - and find out how to live a longer, stronger, healthier life with these life-changing futuristic technologies. Thank You to Our Sponsors! Thrive Causemetics Makeup artist and product developer, Karissa Bodnar, lost her dear friend Kristy to cancer at just 24 years old. Kristy's compassionate and vivacious spirit inspired Karissa to establish Thrive Causemetics, a beauty brand and philosophy that goes beyond skin deep by empowering women. No parabens, sulfates, or phthalates. Certified 100% vegan and cruelty-free. Go to ThriveCausemetics.com/FOODHEALS and use code foodheals for 20% off. CURED Nutrition You deserve to take control of your mental and physical health. CURED Nutrition is trying to make it easier for you to do exactly that. Formulated with their trinity of ingredients – a blend of full-spectrum cannabinoids, functional mushrooms, and adaptogens – Cure is your answer to finding the calm in every storm. Go to Curednutrition.com/foodheals and use code foodheals for 20% off. Organifi Organifi, is a line of organic superfood blends that offers plant based nutrition made with high quality ingredients. Organifi takes pride in offering the best tasting superfood products on the market at a price that works out to less than $3 a day. Go to www.organifi.com/foodheals and use code foodheals for 20% off. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phone scams are proliferating, especially those using AI technology. Some current text scams are exploiting increased deliveries around the holidays. Clark explains what to look out for, and how to avoid getting taken. Also, the big pharmacy chains are closing locations all over the place right now. Get Clark's perspective, plus a review of how to save more on prescription drugs. New Phone Scam Alerts: Segment 1 Ask Clark: Segment 2 Pharmacy Closings: Segment 3 Ask Clark: Segment 4 Mentioned on the show: Phone Scams: 5 You Need to Beware Of Now Scammers exploit Bitcoin ATMs. Will new California laws help crack down on fraud? Scam Alert: Texts about delivery issues that ask you to click on a link are fake, USPS warns How To Establish Your Own Side Hustle / SideHUSL.com CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid are closing thousands of stores. Here's why [The Washington Post] Drugstore closures are leaving millions without easy access to a pharmacy 10 Ways To Save on Prescription Drugs Will Mark Cuban's Prescription Company Really Save You Money? What's the Gift Tax Exclusion for 2023? How To Dispute an Error on Your Credit Report and Win Information about Organ, Eye, and Tissue Donation Thank you for listening today, Clarkies! If you want to be part of our “Clarkie” segment, call 404-981-2071 to leave a comment or story. We may play it during a future episode! Clark.com resources Episode transcripts Community.Clark.com Clark.com daily money newsletter Consumer Action Center Free Helpline: 636-492-5275 Learn more about your ad choices: megaphone.fm/adchoices Sponsor Link: Raisin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this specialty podcast, Arielle Cimeno, hosts Raymond Lynch and Amit Mathur to discuss recent trends and new initiatives to assess kidney utilization and organ procurement organization performance.
It's not uncommon for a person to experience a bout of loneliness when walking the path of growth & change. Most people will experience that at some point in that journey. It's simple....others are often threatened by your change. When that happens, you have two choices. Remain the same for their safety. Or, walk away from that friendship that is like your other limitations. No longer serving you to be your best self! Cultivate your sense of belonging with 7-Days of Belonging Connect with your host Ross Leppala! Instagram: ross.leppala Facebook: Ross Leppala Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Intro and Outro music credits: "Lost in the Woods" by Gaelynn Lea from the album "Learning How to Stay" Gaelynn Lea: Violin, Vocals Dave Mehling: Guitars, Keyboards, Organ & Auxiliary Percussion Al Church: Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Piano & Auxiliary Percussion Martin Dosh: Drums Andrew Foreman: Electric Bass Haley McCallum: Vocal Harmony
# 76 - Your Secret to Healing? The Mysterious Organ that Changes Everything: Interview with Anna Rahe from GST Body Most of us are familiar with our bodily organs. We at least know the main gist of what they do - our digestive organs break down our food, our lungs bring in oxygen and release carbon dioxide, our heart pumps our blood. Even if we're not familiar with all the details, we still know that they exist and that they're working to keep us well. What if I told you you had a secret organ that you probably never heard of, and that it has a irreplaceable effect on your wellbeing and overall health? Listen today to have your mind blown by my guest, Anna Rahe. Anna is the founder and CEO of GST Body. She has spoken about holistic body care through fascia around the world, partnered with top athletes, surgeons, physicians, and celebrities such as Robert Downey, Jr, Emmy Rossum, and Lauren Roxburg. Anna has been featured in various publications, from Shape to Elle, Net-a-Porter to The Wall Street Journal. Join our conversation and discover new ways of knowing and healing your body, mind, and spirit. Anna's Contact Info: Website: https://www.annarahe.com/ https://gstvitalifestudio.com/ Join Anna's email list and receive 10% off select products and services Let Anna know you heard her on this Pretty Well episode and receive 15% off select products and services IG: https://www.instagram.com/annaraheofgst/ The primary purpose of The Pretty Well Podcast being to educate. This content is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice nor to take the place of such advice or treatment from a personal physician. By listening to this content, you agree to consult your own physician or qualified health professional regarding specific health questions. Neither Lisa Smith, The Pretty Well Podcast, nor any guest takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons following the information in this educational content. All listeners of this content, especially those who are pregnant or taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement, or lifestyle program. The Pretty Well Podcast is for private non-commercial use and our guests do not necessarily reflect any agency, organization, or company that they work for. In addition, opinions of interview guests do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Lisa Smith and/or The Pretty Well Podcast. This content is not guaranteed to be correct, complete, or up to date.
In Ihrer letzten Kolumne des Jahres 2023 „Controlling rockt!“ im Controller Magazin, die wir im Podcast besprechen, blickt Prof. Dr. Nicole Jekel wieder über den Tellerrand hinaus. Unter dem Titel „Autohaus-Controlling: Erste-Hilfe-Kennzahlen“ zeigt sie auf, wie Storytelling eine wirkungsvolle Methode sein kann, um Controlling-Inhalte zu vermitteln. Das Controller Magazin ist die auflagenstärkste Fachzeitschrift für Controller im deutschsprachigen Raum und das offizielle Organ des Internationalen Controller Vereins (ICV).
Welcome to the First Presbyterian Church, New Bern Podcast! Join Paul and Anna each Monday morning as they chat about upcoming church events, the week's sermon, and fun facts about the church. In today's episode, Paul-Scott and Anna talk about Daniel's upcoming organ recital and Lloyd's retirement! The conversation is followed by the prayers, music, and sermon from Sunday's livestream service. Recorded live each week at First Pres in beautiful historic downtown New Bern, North Carolina. First Presbyterian Church, New Bern, North Carolina, established in 1817. A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Building community, transforming lives, engaging the world. See more at https://www.firstpresnb.org Follow us on social media at https://www.facebook.com/firstpresnb Watch our streaming service each week at https://youtube.com/channel/UCKw0GnheJfOUlVv_g5bBrEw Permission to podcast/stream live music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE, License A-701790 and CCLI 3202763. All rights reserved. Permission to podcast/stream recorded music from artist.io.
I read from electric organ to electrodesiccation. The first thing to know about "electroshock therapy" is that it's now called "electroconvulsive therapy:. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electroconvulsive_therapy Here's an interesting tidbit about "electrodermal activity" "...skin conductance can be a measure of emotional and sympathetic responses." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrodermal_activity The word of the episode is "electric organ". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_organ_(fish) Theme music from Tom Maslowski https://zestysol.com/ Merchandising! https://www.teepublic.com/user/spejampar "The Dictionary - Letter A" on YouTube "The Dictionary - Letter B" on YouTube "The Dictionary - Letter C" on YouTube "The Dictionary - Letter D" on YouTube "The Dictionary - Letter E" on YouTube Featured in a Top 10 Dictionary Podcasts list! https://blog.feedspot.com/dictionary_podcasts/ Backwards Talking on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmIujMwEDbgZUexyR90jaTEEVmAYcCzuq email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/thedictionarypod/ https://www.threads.net/@dictionarypod https://twitter.com/dictionarypod https://www.instagram.com/dictionarypod/ https://www.patreon.com/spejampar https://www.tiktok.com/@spejampar 917-727-5757
Organ transplants save lives. Have you ever wondered, though, how organs get from donors to recipients? We have your answer on today's episode as we chat with Ryan Rusnak, co-founder at Airspace. From starting as a kettle corn apprentice to creating a viral beer cannon to founding a company focused on time critical freight forwarding, Ryan has had quite the journey. Join us as we shake things up and chat with our first ever CTO about what it takes to start and scale a business.
More scary stuff on the show this week as we continue The Month Of Spooky 2023. We have another Lights Out story from Arch Oboler. This time it is a traditional ghost story. A family rents an old mansion for two months for only a hundred dollars. That should send up red flags! To say this one a freaky adventure is an understatement. Also on the show we have more of your stories including another installment of These Are Your Stories - Special Edition. Featured Story - The Organ Our featured story comes from Arch Olober and his old time radio series Lights Out. A family rents a ghostly old Victorian mansion from Service Supreme for two months. The cost is only 100 hundred dollars. Cheap even in the 1930s. But what will be the real cost? And what does the Oboler sense of horror have in store for us? You won't believe the result. It is titled simply, Organ, and it first aired on May 12, 1937. Other Stories Include - Monsters Under My Bed, It Sounded Like A Puppy, The Flames Of Ghosts, The Organ, and Ghost In Cascadia State Park Ron's Amazing Stories Is Sponsored by: Audible - You can get a free audiobook and a 30 day free trial at and - Good Treats for your dog to eat. Your Stories: Do you have a story that you would like to share on the podcast or the blog? Head to the main website, click on Story Submission, leave your story, give it a title, and please tell me where you're from. I will read it if I can. Links are below. Program Info: Ron's Amazing Stories is published each Thursday. You can download it from , stream it on or on the mobile version of . Do you prefer the radio? We are heard every Thursday at 10:00 pm and Sunday Night at 11:00 PM (EST) on . Check your local listing or find the station closest to you at this . Social Links: Contact Links:
On Monday, Oct. 30, President Biden released a sweeping executive order that addresses many risks of artificial intelligence. Tom Wheeler, former chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, shares his insights on the order with Tristan and Aza and discusses what's next in the push toward AI regulation. Clarification: When quoting Thomas Jefferson, Aza incorrectly says “regime” instead of “regimen.” The correct quote is: “I am not an advocate for frequent changes in laws and constitutions, but laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind. And as that becomes more developed, more enlightened, as new discoveries are made, new truths discovered, and manners and opinions change, with the change of circumstances, institutions must advance also to keep pace with the times. We might as well require a man to wear still the coat which fitted him when a boy as civilized society to remain ever under the regime of their barbarous ancestors.” RECOMMENDED MEDIA The AI Executive OrderPresident Biden's Executive Order on the safe, secure, and trustworthy development and use of AIUK AI Safety SummitThe summit brings together international governments, leading AI companies, civil society groups, and experts in research to consider the risks of AI and discuss how they can be mitigated through internationally coordinated actionaitreaty.orgAn open letter calling for an international AI treatyTechlash: Who Makes the Rules in the Digital Gilded Age?Praised by Kirkus Reviews as “a rock-solid plan for controlling the tech giants,” readers will be energized by Tom Wheeler's vision of digital governance RECOMMENDED YUA EPISODESInside the First AI Insight Forum in WashingtonDigital Democracy is Within Reach with Audrey TangThe AI DilemmaYour Undivided Attention is produced by the Center for Humane Technology. Follow us on Twitter: @HumaneTech_
Order of Service: - Hymn 34 - Kyrie, God Father in Heav'n Above: Followed by J.S. Bach, played by Kaleb Schmidt - Hymn 35 - All Glory Be To God On High: v. 1; Followed by Telemann, played by Joel Hermanson - Hymn 38 - We All Believe in One True God: v. 1; Followed by J C Bach, played by Tamara Omar - Hymn 40 - Isaiah, Mighty Seer, in Days of Old: v.1; Followed by Samuel Scheidt, played by M. DeGarmeaux - Hymn 41 - Lamb of God, Pure and Holy: v. 3; Followed by Every Sunday Organist, played by Davis Smith - Hymn 63 - Now Thank We All Our God: v. 1; Followed by Friedrich Franke, played by Hannah Caauwe Service Participants: Tamara Omar (Organist)
Request A Customized Workshop For Your Company: https://www.americannegotiationinstitute.com/services/workshops/ In this episode of Negotiate Anything, host Kwame Christian welcomes Henry Organ, founder and NFLPA certified agent at Disruptive Sports Agency. Henry shares his insights and strategies for negotiating high-level deals in the world of sports, providing valuable lessons applicable to any negotiation situation. Key Takeaways: 1. The power of negotiation in all areas of life: Henry emphasizes that negotiation is not just limited to business deals, but permeates every conversation we have. By adopting a negotiator's mindset, we can approach interactions with intentionality and unlock new opportunities. 2. Understanding the challenges: Negotiating for professional athletes involves a myriad of negotiations, from marketing deals and contracts to navigating relationships with family and friends. Henry explains the importance of leverage and the need for options when negotiating difficult situations. 3. The art of empathy and assertiveness: While empathy and understanding play crucial roles in negotiation, it's equally important to balance them with assertiveness and clarity. Henry discusses the dangers of relying solely on empathy and the value of assertiveness in achieving favorable outcomes. Buy now the book: THE INFORMATIONAL INTERVIEW PLAYBOOK by Henry Organ https://amplifypublishinggroup.com/product/nonfiction/business-and-finance/general-business-and-finance/the-informational-interview-playbook/ Follow Henry Organ on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/henry-organ/ Contact ANI Request A Customized Workshop For Your Company: https://www.americannegotiationinstitute.com/services/workshops/ Follow Kwame Christian on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kwamechristian/ The Ultimate Negotiation Guide: https://www.americannegotiationinstitute.com/guides/ultimate-negotiation-guide/ Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race!: https://www.amazon.com/Have-Difficult-Conversations-About-Race/dp/1637741308/ref=pd_%5B%E2%80%A6%5Df0bc9774-7975-448b-bde1-094cab455adb&pd_rd_i=1637741308&psc=1 Click here to buy your copy of Finding Confidence in Conflict: How to Negotiate Anything and Live Your Best Life!: https://www.amazon.com/Finding-Confidence-Conflict-Negotiate-Anything/dp/0578413736/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2PSW69L6ABTK&keywords=finding+confidence+in+conflict&qid=1667317257&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIwLjQyIiwicXNhIjoiMC4xNCIsInFzcCI6IjAuMjMifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=finding+confidence+in+conflic%2Caps%2C69&sr=8-1
Today on The Girlfriend Doctor, get ready to unlock the secrets of longevity and vibrant health. We are thrilled to welcome the incredible Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, a board-certified family medicine physician and specialist in nutritional sciences and geriatrics. Dr. Lyon is the author of the groundbreaking book "Forever Strong: A New Science-Based Strategy for Aging." Her unique background in nutritional sciences has led her on a remarkable journey to explore the pivotal role of muscle in promoting longevity and overall well-being. This episode is a game-changer, and you won't want to miss it! Dr. Gabrielle Lyon reveals the crucial significance of muscle in the quest for a longer, healthier life. She explains that muscle is not just about looking good in a swimsuit; it's the primary organ of longevity, boasting remarkable anti-inflammatory and insulin-sensitizing properties. Dr. Lyon delves into how building and maintaining muscle helps fortify your bones, fuels your metabolism, and shields you from the ravages of aging. As she shares her personal journey, you'll discover how she stumbled upon the importance of skeletal muscle in the bigger health picture. Dr. Lyon helps you understand the foundations of nutrition and dietary protein, underscoring its irreplaceable role in muscle health. Learn how to incorporate resistance training exercises into your fitness routine. These exercises aren't just for bodybuilders; they're the key to maintaining muscle mass and staving off age-related muscle loss. But here's the real kicker! Dr. Lyon doesn't just talk about muscles and nutrition; she's all about empowering you to feel worthy of a healthy body. This psychological insight might be the missing piece in your wellness puzzle. In this episode, she'll inspire you to make positive changes and unlock the full potential of your health journey. Are you ready to take the reins of your longevity and well-being? Tune in to "The Girlfriend Doctor" now and be prepared to be blown away by Dr. Gabrielle Lyon's wisdom and passion for muscle health. Your future self will thank you! KEY TAKEAWAYS [1:00] It's never too late to start building muscle [7:43] Protein-focused nutrition for muscle health [11:20] The key amino acid for skeletal muscle health [13:46] The importance of the first meal of the day. [18:28] Maintaining lean body mass for body composition [20:07] Combating aging with resistance training [27:08] Fasting in older individuals [31:22] Medications that cause weight loss or gain [34:40] Feeling worthy of your desired body [37:57] Breaking a fast with a healthy keto green meal MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE DrGabrielleLyon.com Instagram Forever Strong: A New, Science-Based Strategy for Aging Well MEMORABLE QUOTES "The one thing that my sickest patients had in common wasn't that they were overweight. It was that they were under muscled." [6:00] -Dr. Gabrielle Lyon "There is no replacement for resistance training as you age." [13:27] -Dr. Gabrielle Lyon RESOURCES MENTIONED: Mighty Maca Plus To learn more about me, and to stay connected, visit the links below: Website: The Girlfriend Doctor Instagram: The Girlfriend Doctor
Dr. Alexis Cowan is a Princeton-trained PhD in molecular biology who operates at the interface of physiology, metabolism, and nutrition. Here, she specializes in the design and implementation of targeted dietary and lifestyle protocols in areas including gut health, fat loss, metabolic flexibility, and cognition. Dr. Cowan works with medical professionals and coaches looking to expand their repertoire of evidence-informed approaches, as well as high-performing individuals seeking to optimize their health and performance. In this episode we discuss:What is muscle-centric medicine?Are low carb diets safe?The ideal meal and supplementation plan.Which biomarkers and data should you worry about?This episode is brought to you by LMNT, Paleo Valley, Inside Tracker, 1stPhormOrder Dr. Lyon's Book Forever Strong - https://drgabriellelyon.com/forever-strong/Alexis' IGMentioned in this episode:Visit 1st Phorm Website for Free Shipping on orders $75+http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyonInside Tracker 20% Off the Entire Storehttps://info.insidetracker.com/drlyon15% Off Your Purchasehttps://paleovalley.com/drlyonGet your free LMNT Sample Pack with any purchasehttps://drinklmnt.com/drlyon
Welcome to the First Presbyterian Church, New Bern Podcast! Join Paul and Anna each Monday morning as they chat about upcoming church events, the week's sermon, and fun facts about the church. In today's episode, Paul-Scott and Anna talk about upcoming events and Anna's Halloween costume! The conversation is followed by the prayers, music, and sermon from Sunday's livestream service. Recorded live each week at First Pres in beautiful historic downtown New Bern, North Carolina. First Presbyterian Church, New Bern, North Carolina, established in 1817. A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Building community, transforming lives, engaging the world. See more at https://www.firstpresnb.org Follow us on social media at https://www.facebook.com/firstpresnb Watch our streaming service each week at https://youtube.com/channel/UCKw0GnheJfOUlVv_g5bBrEw Permission to podcast/stream live music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE, License A-701790 and CCLI 3202763. All rights reserved. Permission to podcast/stream recorded music from artist.io.
Use code SIIM for 20% OFF Alitura Naturals: https://alitura.com/?rfsn=6418737.471ff6&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=6418737.471ff6 Timestamps: 01:00 Who Is a Biological Dentist 02:59 Your Teeth Are an Organ 10:15 Cause of Weak Teeth and Tooth Decay 16:45 Foods Good for the Teeth 18:20 How Poor Oral Health Promotes Bad Health 26:30 Steps to Fixing Your Teeth 30:00 Dangers of Metal Fillings 36:19 Natural Oral Health 42:15 Safe Materials to Keep In Your Mouth 47:01 Brushing Your Teeth and Mouth Wash 58:31 Mouth Breathing and Jawline Health Starts In Your Mouth Book https://amzn.to/360biOB Dr Dominik Nischwitz YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUG2zO4NMmWjL7sN13Yp0sw Dr Dome Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drdome1/ Longevity and Anti-Aging Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KNsfEBXKMg&list=PLMaXsmhvb0r2zcztetf3oE6_zKOm9TebR&ab_channel=SiimLand
In this enlightening episode of the Nurse Dose Podcast, we dive deep into the cutting-edge world of organ perfusion and xenotransplantation with our special guest. Join us as we explore the remarkable advancements that are revolutionizing the field of organ donation and transplantation. Organ perfusion, the process of maintaining organs outside the human body while preserving their vitality, is a game-changer in the world of transplantation. Our expert guest walks us through the intricate details of this technology, from the science behind it to the incredible impact it's having on the availability of life-saving organs. But that's not all – we also venture into the fascinating realm of xenotransplantation. Xenotransplantation explores the possibility of using organs from non-human animals for transplantation into humans. We'll discuss the challenges, the promise, and the ethical considerations surrounding this bold approach to solving the organ shortage crisis. Join us for an episode that will leave you both informed and inspired, as we examine the innovations that are reshaping the landscape of transplantation. Whether you're a healthcare professional, a patient, or simply curious about the future of medicine, this conversation is not to be missed. Tune in to the Nurse Dose Podcast and be a part of the future of organ transplantation! ICU resources and cheat sheets are available at nursedosepodcast.etsy.com Follow me on Instagram and TikTok: @nursedosepodcast Join the mailing list and get a free resource! www.nursedose.org This podcast is intended for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to substitute for the advice provided by your own physician or other medical professionals. The information contained herein is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other healthcare professional. The opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the host and guests and do not necessarily reflect the views of any medical institution, organization, or employer. By listening to this podcast, you agree to hold harmless the host, guests, and any associated parties from any and all liability or damages arising from your use of the information provided.
Experiments on the living unborn. Organ harvesting. Reckless biotech. Radical environmentalism. These are not horror stories playing at your local movie theater. They're playing out in labs, hospitals, and institutes across America. On this episode of ID The Future, host Andrew McDiarmid speaks with bioethicist Wesley J. Smith about frightening abuses of science being done in the name of progress. In this unnerving exchange, Smith discusses examples of biotechnology that are advancing faster than our ethical considerations, including synthetic human embryos, genetic engineering, and fetal farming. He unpacks recent attempts by environmental activists to give rights to non-living things like rivers and oceans. He explains the difference between animal rights and animal welfare, while exposing the animal rights campaign as an anti-human movement that inhibits human flourishing. Smith also discusses the latest fronts in the gender ideology crusade, and how the rush to affirm gender dysphoria in children is causing tremendous harm to our society. And before the nightmare ends, Smith explains the pernicious push from evidence-based medicine to "science-based medicine," a strategy that encourages censorship and totalitarian governance of the scientific enterprise. Source
Space & bio – we finally have the 2nd episode in our subseries on this topic. Dorit Donoviel is the Director of the Translational Research Institute for Space Health. TRISH is an institute that is cooperating with NASA and conducting a fascinating range of research regarding human health in space. Our discussion touches on many topics, ranging from challenges to human physiology in microgravity all the way to the question of whether we can use gene editing to adapt ourselves to the space environment. Enjoy! SPACE ECONOMY BOOK: Raphael's fully revised introductory book on the Space economy, "To Infinity" - https://a.co/d/6jIQ2LO Upcoming newsletter - sign up: https://spacebusiness.substack.com/ Follow us: Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/podcast_space LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/raphaelroettgen/ Instagram - www.instagram.com/raphael_space/ Learn more about space & the space economy: Check out the edX/EPFL Space Economy MOOC: https://www.edx.org/course/new-space-economy The Space Business Podcast is sponsored by NanoAvionics. Support us at https://www.patreon.com/spacebusinesspodcast Timestamps 0:00 Intro 2:35 TRISH 3:50 Staying healthy in space 7:36 Health concerns in microgravity 12:07 Eye and brain issues 13:40 Artificial gravity 15:40 Licensing 18:46 Moon & Mars 22:50 Medical equipment and treatment in space 27:00 Surgery 29:22 Positive effects in space 33:03 Longevity in space 34:50 Gene editing 39:28 Reproduction in space 43:33 Research projects if more funding was available 45:23 Food production 47:31 Astronaut health monitoring 50:00 Beyond R&D 53:55 Organ-on-chip models 56:33 How one can get involved in TRISH 1:00:17 Sci-fi
In der aktuellen Ladylike Podcast-Folge unterhalten sich Yvonne und Nicole über Podcast-Hörerpost von heterosexuellen Männern. Viele von denen mögen anale Prostata-Stimulation, ohne selbst homosexuell zu sein und haben Yvonne und Nicole gebeten, das Thema anzusprechen. Die Prostata, so die Podcast-Ladys, sei bei vielen Männern ein sehr empfindliches Organ und leicht erregbar. Nicole empfiehlt Frauen, ihren Männern gegenüber beim Liebesspiel für das Thema offen zu sein, einfach mal ausprobieren, ist ihr Vorschlag. Nur Vorsicht: bei langen Fingernägeln bitte nicht oder wenn, dann lieber mit einem Sextoy. Wichtig ist die gute Vorbereitung, Gleitcreme besorgen, rasiert sein und – wenn möglich – Einlauf machen vorher. Und hinterher ganz besonders gründlich Hände waschen!Als Frau habe man selbst nicht so viel davon, aber es sei eine Spielmöglichkeit, die man als heterosexuelles Paar mal ausprobieren könne, meint Nicole. Für Yvonne ist es keine Spielart, die sie besonders interessiert. Hört einfach rein in die neue Folge, in der Yvonne und Nicole sich über die Vorteile von Sex unter Wasser unterhalten...Habt Ihr selbst erotische Erfahrungen, eine Frage oder Story, über die Yvonne & Nicole im Ladylike-Podcast sprechen sollen? Dann schreibt uns gern an @ladylike.show auf Instagram oder kontaktiert uns über unsere Internetseite ladylike.showHört in die Folgen bei RTL+ Musik, iTunes oder Spotify rein und schreibt uns gerne eine Bewertung. Außerdem könnt ihr unseren Podcast unterstützen, indem ihr die neuen Folgen auf Euren Kanälen pusht und Euren Freunden davon erzählt.Kennt Ihr schon das neue Buch von Yvonne & Nicole „Da kann ja jede kommen“. Darin Themen wie: Berührung, Kuscheln, Orgasmus, Dating, Sextoys, Fetisch und die lustigsten, erotischsten und außergewöhnlichsten Geschichten aus der Ladylike-Community. Hier geht's zum Buch: bit.ly/ladylike-buch Viel Spaß!Komm' uns besuchen: Yvonne und Nicole gehen auf Tour quer durch Deutschland mit DER Multimedia-Show rund ums Thema Liebe und Sex. Die große Deutschland-Tour zum Erfolgs-Podcast „Ladylike“ mit Yvonne und Nicole. Super ehrlich. Super authentisch. Super lustig: Ladylike. Die Live-Show über Sex, Liebe und Erotik 2024. Die Tickets gibt es ab sofort hier zu kaufen: www.eventim.de/artist/ladylike-die-podcast-showUnsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.
One of the most important things we can do is focus on connection with people. What can we do to cultivate connection? That is far more important than gaining the approval of others. Approval-seeking will lead you to people-pleasing tendencies, which do not help create any sustainable connection with another person. Whether it be in a romantic setting, platonic or professional. Connecting with the person is more valuable, to everyone, than approval. Cultivate your sense of belonging with 7-Days of Belonging Connect with your host Ross Leppala! Instagram: ross.leppala Facebook: Ross Leppala Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Intro and Outro music credits: "Lost in the Woods" by Gaelynn Lea from the album "Learning How to Stay" Gaelynn Lea: Violin, Vocals Dave Mehling: Guitars, Keyboards, Organ & Auxiliary Percussion Al Church: Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Piano & Auxiliary Percussion Martin Dosh: Drums Andrew Foreman: Electric Bass Haley McCallum: Vocal Harmony
Navigating midlife brings with it a carousel of changes, especially in our bodies. From mysterious aches to unexplained pains, many of us are searching for answers. If you've ever been left frustrated by medical mysteries or told, "It's too complicated", this episode is for YOU. Join us as Anna Rahe of GST Body unravels her groundbreaking journey into the world of fascia, our body's 'secret organ'. Dive deep into how this often-overlooked tissue holds the key to many midlife health queries.
NYPD officers who've been serving in Afghanistan are getting pretty violent, domestically, and the Unit has to race against a *gasp* journalist to get to the bottom of what's going on in this week's Ripped from the Headlines edition of SVU. The Army are very bad, doctors are huge cowards, and journalists may or may not be bottom feeders in this screed where no cows are sacred and no army wife is safe. And before you entertain the conciliatory notion that at least no actors were harmed in the making of this episode, Goliath marked the end of yet another child actor's on-screen career, and it seems unlikely that it was due to his performance, rather owing to the exceptionally dark things to which he was meant to see and react.Sources:Ripped from my headlines - Mark Benjamin, SalonThe Dark Side of Lariam - David Kohn, CBS NewsNeuropsychiatric Outcomes After Mefloquine Exposure Among U.S. Military Service Members - Angelia A. Eick-Cost, Zheng Hu, Patricia Rohrbeck, and Leslie Clark, NIH - National Library of MedicineLawyers claim anti-malaria drug to blame in US soldier's Afghan massacre - Elizabeth McLaughlin, ABC NewsThe Other Foe: The US Army's fight against malaria in the Pacific Theater, 1942-45 - Seth Paltzer, ArmyHistory.orgAn anti-malaria drug may have inflicted permanent neurological injuries on some servicemembers - Ken Olsen, AmericanLegion.orgMusic:Divorcio Suave - "Munchy Business"Thanks to our gracious Munchies on Patreon: Jeremy S, Jaclyn O, Amy Z, Nikki B, Whitney C, D Reduble, Tony B, Zak B, Barry W, Karen D, Sara L, Miriam J, Drew D, Nicky R, Stuart, Jacqi B, Natalie T, Robyn S, Isabel P, Christine L, Amy A, Sean M, Jay S, Briley O, Asteria K, Suzanne B, Jason S, and Tim Y - y'all are the best!Be a Munchie, too! Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/munchmybensonFollow us on: BlueSky, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Post, and Reddit (Adam's Twitter/BlueSky and Josh's Twitter/BlueSky/Letterboxd/Substack)Join our Discord: Munch Casts ServerCheck out Munch Merch: Munch Merch at ZazzleCheck out our guest appearances on: Storytellers from Ratchet Book Club, …These Are There Stories (Adam and Josh), both of us on FMWL Pod (1st Time & 2nd Time), both of us talking about The Thin Man on Chick-Lit at the Movies, and Josh talking SVU/OC on Jacked Up Review ShowVisit Our Website: Munch My BensonEmail the podcast: email@example.comNext Week's Episode: Season 23, Episode 4 "One More Tale of Two Victims"This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5685940/advertisement
David Farrier is a New Zealand journalist who has a knack for finding stories in the nooks of culture, bizarre phenomena hidden in plain sight. His new movie, "Mr. Organ," is about a sociopathic narcissist named Michael Organ who landed on Farrier's radar for an extortion racket that involved putting boots on parked cars at a private antiques business. It only gets darker and weirder from there. This week's conversation was recorded in front of a live audience following a screening at Alamo Drafthouse. Brooklyn news and views you can use: bkmag.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow along on Facebook: Brooklyn Magazine Twitter: @brooklynmag Instagram: @brooklynmagazine Follow Brian Braiker on Twitter: @slarkpope
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Movies reviewed for the week of October 13 include: Mister Organ, Dear Daddy, The Royal Hotel, Shock Corridor, In The Fire, No Accident, The Burial and The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial**Check out our CinemAddicts/Find Your Film merch site: https://www.findyourfilmpodcast.com/**Support CinemAddicts by shopping on Amazing using our SiteStripe or our purchase links (we receive a slight commission).**October's Bonus Episode for our CinemAddicts Patreon members will spotlight the year 2013.**Rate/review CinemAddicts on Apple Podcasts to support our show. Thank you!Timestamps(0:00) - Intro(10:10) - The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial - directed by William Friedkin. Starring Jason Clarke and Kiefer Sutherland.(15:30) - The Royal Hotel trailer(17:52) - The Royal Hotel review (stars Julia Garner and Jessica Henwick)(27:41) - Mister Organ - Documentary directed by David Farrier. Reviewed by Eric, Bruce, and Greg.(40:23) - Review of Dear David. From directorJohn McPhail.(46:28) - Divinity - movie starring Stephen Dorff and Scott Bakula. Reviewed by Eric.(51:15) - In the Fire - stars Amber Heard. Reviewed by Greg.(54:06) - Eric and Greg recommend the HBO documentary No Accident.(60:40) - Shock Corridor review from Bruce, Eric and Greg. Directed by Samuel Fuller.(72:14) - The Burial trailer(74:50) - The Burial review. Stars Jamie Fox and Tommy Lee Jones.1. Subscribe to our CinemAddicts YouTube Channel2. Like Our CinemAddicts Facebook Page3. Join our CinemAddicts Facebook Group for daily movie recommendations!4. Questions/comments on CinemAddicts email Greg Srisavasdi at email@example.com. Our website for entertainment news, reviews, and podcast coverage is Find Your Film: https://findyourfilms.com/6. Contact Bruce Purkey for some What's in the Box recommendations: firstname.lastname@example.org. Eric Holmes can be reached at email@example.com. Anderson Cowan's latest project is Loaded for Bear: The Documentary. For info and support: https://loadedforbeardoc.com/10. Atty's Antiques is on Facebook MarketplaceSupport the show