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Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today
Pediheart Podcast Replay #92: Factors Associated With Shunt Failure In The Single Ventricle Patient

Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 34:25


In this replay of episode 92 from 2019, we speak with cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Johann Brink about a recent work he co-authored from the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, Australia about the team's experience with shunt malfunctions. Are there factors that are associated with shunt failure in this sometimes fragile patient group? Survival to Fontan in most series is roughly 70% - what, if anything, can 'move the needle' to higher levels of survival in this patient population? Dr. Brink offers some interesting and important insights this week. doi: 10.1016/j.jtcvs.2019.03.126

The Dose
What do we know about severe acute hepatitis in kids?

The Dose

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 21:05


More than a dozen possible cases of severe acute hepatitis in children have popped up in Canada and many –including parents and researchers– are trying to figure out why. This week, we speak to Dr. Tehseen Ladha, a pediatrician and assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta.

Power Mom Minute
115. Improving Hormone Health Throughout Motherhood (Especially in Your 30s and 40s) with Dr. Aviva Romm

Power Mom Minute

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 50:55


I have been following Dr. Aviva Romm's work and consuming everything she puts out into the world for the last couple years including participating twice in her 28-Day Women's Gut Reset as she is the go-to top expert in women's health and especially hormonal health. Dr. Aviva is a world renown midwife and herbalist who is also a Yale trained MD and Board Certified Family Physician with specialties in Integrative Gynecology, Obstetrics and Pediatrics. Her New York Times bestselling Hormone Intelligence explores the impact of the world we live in on women's hormones and health, invites women into a whole new conversation about our hormones, bodies and health, and brings us a new medicine for women that is at once holistic and natural, while being grounded in the best science and medicine have to offer.  She's also the mother of 4, and grandma of 2. Follow Dr. Aviva at Website: avivaromm.com IG: @dr.avivaromm Come join me in my sandbox of life and in this podcast to explore, play and discover something new every single week. Subscribe and tune in weekly because I know you've yelled "Mommy's on a Call" at least once in the last week!!! For show notes, visit www.MommysonaCall.com Stephanie's Website IG: @MommysonaCall // @StephanieUchima

PH SPOTlight: Public health career stories, inspiration, and guidance from current-day public health heroes
From Canada to the US for a PhD in Mental Health at Johns Hopkins University and exploring careers outside of academia, with Kira Riehm

PH SPOTlight: Public health career stories, inspiration, and guidance from current-day public health heroes

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 46:03


In this episode, Sujani sits down with Kira Riehm, a psychiatric epidemiologist and a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Epidemiology at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. They discuss Kira's journey and interest in mental health and things to consider when pursuing education in the U.S.You'll LearnWhat kicked off Kira's interest in pursuing a career in mental healthWhat Kira's journey has been like so far and where she hopes to go nextWhat things to consider if you are thinking of pursuing education in the U.S. versus in CanadaAn overview of the Johns Hopkins PhD in the Department of Mental Health program including:What coursework is likeThe specialties of being the only mental health department in a school of public healthWhat Kira's research interests are and what she has worked on in the pastKira's postdoctoral experience and what research she is currently working onWhat it was like for Kira being a Canadian student doing her PhD in the U.S.What financial resources are available for Canadian students looking to pursue higher education abroadAdvice from Kira for public health students, especially for those looking at studying abroad or pursuing research experiencesTips from Kira on how to plan out a career pathToday's GuestKira is a psychiatric epidemiologist and a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Epidemiology at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. The primary aim of her research is to understand the causes, correlates, and consequences of mental health disorders among adolescents. Drawing on a wide variety of data sources, she designs research studies that involve the application of rigorous epidemiologic methods to answer pressing questions about youth mental health and substance use. Her work has been published in JAMA Psychiatry, Pediatrics, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, and American Journal of Public Health.ResourcesLearn more about Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's PhD in the Department of Mental Health program Learn more about the Canadian Institutes of Health Research's Doctoral Research AwardsLearn more about Kira and her researchIf you have any further questions for Kira, you can contact her by emailOther PH SPOT resources:Share ideas for the podcast: Fill out this formNever heard of a podcast before? Read this guide we put together to help you get set up.Be notified when new episodes come out, and receive hand-picked public health opportunities every week by joining the PH SPOT community.Contribute to the public health career blog: www.phspot.ca/contributeUpcoming course on infographics: phspot.ca/infographicsLearn more about PH Spot's 6-week training programSupport the show

Motherhood Meets Medicine
64. Understanding and Supporting Gender Diverse Youth with Dr. Kathryn Lowe

Motherhood Meets Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 59:14


Today, kids are much more informed about gender identity than years ago. I know that when I was a child, we did not learn about gender diverse youth and how to support them. Now that I'm a parent I find it so important to have open conversations with my children so that they feel comfortable telling us anything. Dr. Kathryn Lowe joins me on this episode to educate us on how we can support our children, especially if they are a part of the LGBTQ community. We talk about how to support gender diverse children, how to raise awareness about gender, how to use language that is inclusive of all kids, and much more. Dr. Katherine Lowe is a pediatrician with a particular interest in gender diverse youth. She is a co-author of the novel You-ology: A Puberty Guide for Every Body, which she began writing after she realized there was a lack of resources for LGBTQ teens. Dr. Lowe is also a clinical assistant professor with the University of Washington School of Medicine. She is also an executive committee member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on LGBT Health and Wellness.   In this episode we discuss: Appropriate definitions of gender diverse common terms Easy ways to support gender diverse children Strategies for preparing adults to have gender conversations with their children Tips for being inclusive when talking about puberty Ways to support your transgender child at their school Resources: You-ology: A Puberty Guide for Every Body  Gender Spectrum PFLAG Human Rights Campaign American Academy of Pediatrics article  LGBTQ teens article The Trevor Project  Head to the show notes for resources from this episode: lynzyandco.com/motherhood-meets-medicine-the-podcast/ Use code LYNZY for 30% off Navy Hair Care: Navy Hair Care Shampoo + Conditioner Navy Hair Care Charcoal Mask Connect on Instagram @motherhoodmeetsmedicine.  Join the Motherhood Meets Medicine community at patreon.com/motherhoodmeetsmedicine.  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

CNN News Briefing
9 AM ET: FDA's formula plan, House investigates UFOs, Lyft racist video & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 4:21


The FDA says it's reached a deal to get a troubled Michigan baby formula plant back up and running, and the American Academy for Pediatrics changes some advice on cow's milk. As news emerges that the deadly Buffalo shooting was planned, one manager says she saw the suspect the day before. A deadly cholera outbreak in Pakistan has infected thousands amid record temperatures. A House panel today is looking into UFOs - we'll tell you the details. And we'll also tell you why one Lyft driver wouldn't accept a ride. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Work and Life with Stew Friedman
Ep 230. Dana Suskind: Parent Nation

Work and Life with Stew Friedman

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 51:48


Dr. Suskind is a Professor of Surgery, Pediatrics and Public Policy at the University of Chicago, and is Co-Director of the TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health. She has dedicated her research and clinical life to optimizing foundational brain development and preventing early cognitive disparities and their lifelong impact. She is also the author of the bestselling book, Thirty Million Words: Building a Child's Brain. This episode Stew and Dana discuss her latest book, Parent Nation: Unlocking Every Child's Potential, Fulfilling Society's Promise, and the ways parents can use developmental neuroscience to help their children grow and ultimately to build a society that works for families and for all of us.Here then is an invitation for you, a challenge, after you've had a chance to listen to this episode. Go to https://parentnation.org/get-involved/ and find the Big Shift Tool that Stew and Dana talked about on the show. Take a few minutes to respond to discover what you can do to move our nation toward a better tomorrow for our children. Share your reactions and suggestions for future shows with Stew by writing to him at friedman@wharton.upenn.edu or via LinkedIn. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Pediatric Meltdown
Youth Mental Health Crisis: An Opportunity for Innovation

Pediatric Meltdown

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 60:24


Even though the situation that we are facing with the youth mental health crisis right now is daunting, there is such an opportunity for creativity and innovation and with the kind of clinicians that we interview today, there is such an opportunity to really write a new plan. Dr. Lois Lee and Dr. Ben Biermann discuss how primary care settings are seeing an increase in children coming in with suicidal thoughts or attempts. They emphasize the importance of partnerships between providers and discuss ways to advocate for funding for expanded mental health care. They also talk about early intervention services, community-based mental health programs, and school-based mental health services. Dr. Lois Lee's work focuses on pediatric emergency medicine, health disparities, injuries, and health policy. This is grounded in her clinical work as a pediatric emergency medicine physician at Boston Children's Hospital and Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School. At Boston Children's Hospital, she is the Associate Program Director for Public Policy at the new Sandra L. Fenwick Institute for Pediatric Health Equity and Inclusion. Dr. Biermann is a child and adolescent psychiatrist on faculty at the University of Michigan Medical School.  His clinical work focuses mainly on hospital-based care:  psychiatric emergency services, psychiatric inpatient, consultation/liaison, and ECT treatments. Dr. Biermann's clinical and scholarly focus has been on adolescents with mood disorders and disruptive behaviors, treatment-resistant depression, and youth in crisis.  He also has an interest in substance use disorders and dual diagnosis.  Key Highlights:  [00:01 - 08:41] Open Segment Dr. Lois and Dr. Ben share their background and work The increase in the boarding of mental health patients Mental health crises are not a COVID induced problem [08:41 - 18:22]  Risk Assessments And Safety Planning With The Child First Pediatrician's perspective on the current state of emergency rooms and children who are seeking care How child psychiatry can be helpful to know if a  child should be admitted or not to the hospital Social work helps to ensure that mental health is a part of the patient's care [18:23 - 28:24] How We Can Better Serve Our Kids Why emergency room doctors should assess a child's risk for suicide Doctors should consider if kids need to be medically cleared before admitting them How to provide more equitable care for all children [28:25 - 38:02] Ensure Patients Receive The Best Possible Care The potential of telehealth in psychiatry The importance of investing in psychiatry workforce development There is a need for more mental health professionals due to the increasing population Engaging patients in a standardized way can help connect them to treatment  [38:03 - 51:50] Mental Health Is A National Crisis Why the integrated behavioral health care can be helpful  More collaboration and coordination are needed to address the youth mental health crisis What can help improve access to care and funding for mental health initiatives [51:51 - 1:00:24] Final Takeaways Our kids are not doing well emotionally Access to mental health care is in short supply Suicide remains the second leading cause of death in youth The emergency rooms are overrun with kids waiting, boarding for help The pandemic magnified the mental health crisis For underserved minoritized and poor youth, the access to services is even more challenging When a kid hits the emergency department with mental health concerns, what happens next depends on where the ED is located If they are medically cleared, an assessment of risk, and intent access to mean follow if there's been suicidal ideation When psychiatry support is available, ED intervention is more likely to happen Ultimately, the question is a disposition Empower and educate primary care, pediatricians and clinicians

The Lead with Jake Tapper
Police: Suspect Believe To Have Visited Buffalo In Early March

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 89:52


Officials say the Buffalo supermarket massacre was motivated by racism and other forms of hate. We learn new details about another threat from the suspected killer months before Saturday's attack. Plus, Ukraine's secret police are on a special mission to weed out Russian spies among their military and civilian population. Also, new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics for parents dealing with the baby formula shortage. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Ask Dr Jessica
Episode 37: Picky eaters! Tips from a pediatrician! With Dr Inessa Grinberg

Ask Dr Jessica

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 35:46


On this weeks episode of Ask Dr Jessica, we are joined by a fellow pediatrician, Dr Inessa Grinberg.  In this conversation, we talk all about picky eaters.  What can be done about picky eaters? What strategies can parents use to help children eat a healthy diet?  In this discussion, we focus on how to help parents can make the eating experience with children less stressful, and more enjoyable. Dr. Grinberg is originally from the former Soviet Union. She moved to Los Angeles in her early teenage years and completed her undergraduate education in Molecular and Developmental Biology at the University of California. She then embarked on a combined MD/PhD program at the University of Chicago, receiving Honors in her medical studies and a PhD in Human Genetics.  Dr. Grinberg went on to complete her residency training in Pediatrics at UCLA.Dr. Grinberg currently works at Beverly Hills Pediatrics (www.beverlyhillspediatrics.com). Dr. Grinberg has been listed in Super Doctors 2016-present and was selected for the Top Doctors Award by the Los Angeles Magazine in 2019 .   She is also a devoted wife and mother to three incredible children.Dr Jessica Hochman is a board certified pediatrician, mom to three children, and she is very passionate about the health and well being of children.  Most of her educational videos are targeted towards general pediatric topics and presented in an easy to understand manner. Do you have a future topic you'd like Dr Jessica Hochman to discuss?  Email your suggestion to: askdrjessicamd@gmail.com. Dr Jessica Hochman is also on social media:Follow her on Instagram: @AskDrJessicaSubscribe to her YouTube channel! Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to this podcast: Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to her mailing list: www.askdrjessicamd.comThe information presented in Ask Dr Jessica is for general educational purposes only.  She does not diagnose medical conditions or formulate treatment plans for specific individuals.  If you have a concern about your child's health, be sure to call your child's health care provider.

Private Practice Made Perfect
Fostering a Strong Team and Deconstructing Professional Resilience

Private Practice Made Perfect

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 54:44


How would you define professional resilience? Is it something you've ever thought about and how it affects your role?  Here to discuss all-things professional resilience and so much more is Sarah Teoh – Director of Look Who's Talking. First off, Sarah catches us all up to speed on what's been going on in the clinic, before getting into a jam-packed conversation about several intriguing topics.  Team spirit and culture is at the forefront of our discussion in this episode, with Sarah sharing advice on how to create such a wonderful energy in your team, including the kind of people she looks for when hiring.  She shares how an increasing team impacts operations and culture, the importance of getting everyone involved, and how she maintains work-style and lifestyle flexibility within her team. You'll even hear Sarah's thoughts on why she thinks the allied health industry hasn't done well with retention as a whole.  This piece on professional resilience, though, is where this episode shines. It's such an important and interesting topic, asking many of us to question what we consider to be professional resilience and why it's one of the biggest missing skills in our industry.  Sarah dives deep into learning how to establish professional boundaries, why workplace culture plays such a huge role, and why it's so well-worth the time and investment.  To round out the episode, Sarah shares her insights into projections for the future of allied health.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Incubator
#057 - Dr. Annie Janvier MD - What a neonatologist learned from being a NICU parent

The Incubator

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 76:06


Dr Annie Janvier is a Professor of pediatrics and clinical ethics at University of Montreal. She is neonatologist and clinical ethicist at the Sainte-Justine University health center. She holds a PhD in Bioethics and co-directs the Masters and PhD programs in clinical ethics at University of Montreal. She works first hand with patients and families confronted with difficult decisions such as end-of-life issues, and decision-making in the face of uncertainty. She is also the parent of three children who had or have healthcare needs, one of which was born at 24 weeks.Her main research interests in bioethics are decision-making for fragile patients and family integrated care in Pediatrics. She investigates parental perspectives regarding intensive care decisions, death and disability and parent/patient/family important outcomes after an NICU stay.She has demonstrated many contrasts between provider and parental perspectives and examines how to improve our communication with families. She is author of many narratives, publications and books in clinical ethics and medicine. Patients and parents are collaborators in the majority of her clinical, research and teaching projects.Find out more about Annie and this episode at: www.nicupodcast.com______________________________________________________________________________________As always, feel free to send us questions, comments or suggestions to our email: nicupodcast@gmail.com. You can also contact the show through instagram or twitter, @nicupodcast. Or contact Ben and Daphna directly via their twitter profiles: @drnicu and @doctordaphnamd. enjoy!This podcast is proudly sponsored by Chiesi.

Portable Practical Pediatrics
Dr. M's Women and Children First Podcast #20 – Dr. Sanford Newmark – ADHD Without Drugs!

Portable Practical Pediatrics

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 69:14


ADHD without Drugs Sandy Newmark, MD is the Director of Clinical Programs at the University of California at San Francisco's Osher Center for Integrative Health. He is an Integrative Pediatrician and a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UCSF with the title of Osher Foundation Endowed Chair in Clinical Programs in Integrative Medicine. To me, he is an amazing teacher and onion peeler in the world of attention deficit. I met Sandy back in 2006 as he was the lead Pediatric teacher in the University of Arizona's Integrative Medicine Fellowship. He immediately made an impact in my career as a leader in this new way of seeing the world of medicine. His bio lists: Dr. Sanford Newmark specializes in integrative neurodevelopmental pediatrics including autism, ADHD, and related conditions. Dr. Newmark lectures widely on both autism and ADHD and has authored three chapters in integrative medicine textbooks. He is the author of the book “ADHD Without Drugs, a Guide to the Natural Care of Children with ADHD.” His online video, “Do 2.5 Million Children Really Need Ritalin? An Integrative Approach to ADHD,” has been viewed over 4.5 million times. Know this, this is an hour of your life that you will want to dedicate to Dr. Newmark's thoughts. Especially, if you or your child has ADHD. Enjoy my conversation with Dr. Newmark, Dr. M

Physician's Guide to Doctoring
Does Everyone Have Pencillin Allergy? Does Anyone? with Payel Gupta, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 29:20


On today's show we speak to allergist, Dr. Payel Gupta about penicillin allergy.  Dr. Gupta is triple board certified in Allergy & Immunology, Pediatrics and Internal Medicine and currently has a practice at Ease Allergy in Brooklyn.  We discuss how common penicillin allergy is and how commonly the diagnosis is incorrect.  She goes through the four types of hypersensitivity reaction, and then focus in on type I, the IgE-mediated reaction.  We go through presentation, treatment, and some commonly confused conditions.  She teaches us how penicillin testing is done, why we can trust it and dispels some misconceptions about penicillin allergy. Dr. Gupta earned her medical degree from Michigan State University; and then pursued a residency in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. She then moved to New York City where she completed a fellowship in Allergy and Immunology at the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center. She is currently on the board of the New York Allergy and Asthma Society and serves as the treasurer/ secretary.  She is also a National Spokesperson for the American Lung Association. Find her practice at easeallergy.com, her podcast at itchpodcast.com and follow her on Instagram @nycdoctor. Find this and all episodes on your favorite podcast platform at PhysiciansGuidetoDoctoring.com Please be sure to leave a five-star review, a nice comment and SHARE!!!

The Daily Dive
What's Behind the Baby Formula Shortage?

The Daily Dive

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 19:58


A baby formula shortage has caused parents to scramble to find alternatives to keep their kids fed with the appropriate nutrition.  The FDA has shut down Abbot Nutrition's factory in Michigan amid an investigation into bacterial infections which has been the biggest problem with supply as they are the largest producer in the country.  Dr. Steven Abrams, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Texas, joins us what to know about the shortage as the FDA will start allowing Abbot to releasing some formula.   Next, the bird flu is currently wreaking havoc on farms across the country wiping out 36 million chickens and turkeys.  The virus itself is really bad for the birds and has a near 100% mortality rate, but it's actually the culling that is claiming so many of them.  If one bird gets infected, the whole flock must be taken out.  Kenny Torella, staff writer at Vox, joins us for what to know as the bird flu has already spread to 32 states.   Finally, Happy the elephant will have her day in court next week.  The 51-year-old elephant currently lives in the Bronx Zoo, but her lawyers are arguing that she be granted legal personhood.  If she wins, her detention at the zoo would be considered unlawful and she would be sent to a sanctuary.  She is part of a small but growing group of animals and natural entities like lakes and wild rice fighting for legal rights.  Corinne Ramey, reporter at the WSJ, joins us for more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today
Pediheart Podcast #207: Impact Of Prenatal Diagnosis Of Vascular Rings On Outcomes

Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 26:27


This week we review a recent report from Lurie Children's in Chicago on the impact of fetal diagnosis of vascular rings. Does prenatal knowledge of this problem enhance postnatal outcomes? Who deserves cross sectional imaging after birth if prenatally diagnosed with a ring or sling and when and how should this be performed? We speak with Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Elizabeth Stephens about a recent work she authored on this topic. We also briefly speak with Dr. Kenan Stern about the upcoming, free Mount Sinai Kravis Children's Hospital imaging course that is fast approaching on 5/20/22. DOI: 10.1016/j.athoracsur.2021.01.025

Pharmacy Podcast Network
Camille Schrier - Miss America's Mental Health Journey | PGX For Pharmacsts

Pharmacy Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:03


Camille Schrier, Miss America 2020 is currently pursuing her Pharmacy degree at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. She completed a dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Biochemistry and systems biology. Camille blew up the onstage talent competition with a highly engaging and entertaining version of the “catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide,” Ok let me repeat that. catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, and that won her Miss Virginia in June of 2019 and then Miss America in December 2019 live on NBC. While competing for the job, Camille wanted it known that “Miss America can be a scientist and a scientist can be Miss America.” She is not only the first woman to win the title using science as a talent, but also as the only Miss America to speak in the General Assembly of the UN, to become grounded by a global pandemic, and be asked to serve for two full years as a direct result of COVID-19. Since then Camille has focused on advocating for her social initiative which is called “Mind Your Meds: Drug Safety and Abuse Prevention from Pediatrics to Geriatrics” with a major focus on the opioid epidemic, as well as for exciting youth in the areas of STEM. Just last year, Camille launched her own science educational brand called “Her Royal Scientist”, which furthers her goal to inspire and educate youth and normalize females in science roles. She also works to raise awareness of the genetic condition that impacts her life, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pharmacy Podcast Network
Camille Schrier - Miss America's Mental Health Journey | PGX For Pharmacsts

Pharmacy Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:03


Camille Schrier, Miss America 2020 is currently pursuing her Pharmacy degree at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. She completed a dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Biochemistry and systems biology. Camille blew up the onstage talent competition with a highly engaging and entertaining version of the “catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide,” Ok let me repeat that. catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, and that won her Miss Virginia in June of 2019 and then Miss America in December 2019 live on NBC. While competing for the job, Camille wanted it known that “Miss America can be a scientist and a scientist can be Miss America.” She is not only the first woman to win the title using science as a talent, but also as the only Miss America to speak in the General Assembly of the UN, to become grounded by a global pandemic, and be asked to serve for two full years as a direct result of COVID-19. Since then Camille has focused on advocating for her social initiative which is called “Mind Your Meds: Drug Safety and Abuse Prevention from Pediatrics to Geriatrics” with a major focus on the opioid epidemic, as well as for exciting youth in the areas of STEM. Just last year, Camille launched her own science educational brand called “Her Royal Scientist”, which furthers her goal to inspire and educate youth and normalize females in science roles. She also works to raise awareness of the genetic condition that impacts her life, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PGX for Pharmacists
Camille Schrier - Miss America's Mental Health Journey | PGX For Pharmacsts

PGX for Pharmacists

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 44:33


Camille Schrier, Miss America 2020 is currently pursuing her Pharmacy degree at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. She completed a dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Biochemistry and systems biology. Camille blew up the onstage talent competition with a highly engaging and entertaining version of the “catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide,” Ok let me repeat that. catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, and that won her Miss Virginia in June of 2019 and then Miss America in December 2019 live on NBC. While competing for the job, Camille wanted it known that “Miss America can be a scientist and a scientist can be Miss America.” She is not only the first woman to win the title using science as a talent, but also as the only Miss America to speak in the General Assembly of the UN, to become grounded by a global pandemic, and be asked to serve for two full years as a direct result of COVID-19. Since then Camille has focused on advocating for her social initiative which is called “Mind Your Meds: Drug Safety and Abuse Prevention from Pediatrics to Geriatrics” with a major focus on the opioid epidemic, as well as for exciting youth in the areas of STEM. Just last year, Camille launched her own science educational brand called “Her Royal Scientist”, which furthers her goal to inspire and educate youth and normalize females in science roles. She also works to raise awareness of the genetic condition that impacts her life, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Reach Out and Read
Child Poverty in the US: Causes, Effects, and Solutions

Reach Out and Read

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 35:17


Child poverty is a problem that's much closer to home than many of us realize, with over a third of US children living in poverty at some point in their childhood.  Dr. Benard Dreyer, Director of Pediatrics at Bellevue Hospital and one of the strongest voices in pediatrics on this issue, joins us to talk about the long and short term effects of child poverty and what we can do to alleviate it.

Ta de Clinicagem
Episódio 137 - TdC Lab - PCR, VHS e Procalcitonina

Ta de Clinicagem

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 49:25


Curso TdC de Pronto Atendimento - Inscrições abertas: https://cursotdc.com.br/pagina-de-vendas/ Cupom desconto: TDC300 Nesse episódio, Fred, Iago e Ênio debatem sobre as principais evidências (e da falta delas) para o uso da VHS, PCR e Procalcitonina! Referências: Dima A, Opris D, Jurcut C, Baicus C. Is there still a place for erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein in systemic lupus erythematosus?. Lupus. 2016 Oct;25(11):1173-9. Brigden ML. Clinical utility of the erythrocyte sedimentation rate. American family physician. 1999 Oct 1;60(5):1443-50. Bray C, Bell LN, Liang H, Haykal R, Kaiksow F, Mazza JJ, Yale SH. Erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein measurements and their relevance in clinical medicine. Wmj. 2016 Dec;115(6):317-21. Jurado RL. Why shouldn't we determine the erythrocyte sedimentation rate?. Clinical infectious diseases. 2001 Aug 15;33(4):548-9. Malcolm Brigden MD (1998) The erythrocyte sedimentation rate, Postgraduate Medicine, 103:5, 257-274 Watson J, Jones HE, Banks J, Whiting P, Salisbury C, Hamilton W. Use of multiple inflammatory marker tests in primary care: using Clinical Practice Research Datalink to evaluate accuracy. British journal of general practice. 2019 Jul 1;69(684):e462-9. Batlivala SP. Focus on DiagnosisThe Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate and the C-reactive Protein Test. Pediatrics in Review. 2009 Feb 1;30(2):72-4. Acute phase reactantes. Acesso em uptodate.com Boere, Tjarda M., et al. "Effect of C reactive protein point-of-care testing on antibiotic prescribing for lower respiratory tract infections in nursing home residents: cluster randomised controlled trial." bmj 374 (2021). Santonocito, Cristina, et al. "C-reactive protein kinetics after major surgery." Anesthesia & Analgesia 119.3 (2014): 624-629. Cals, Jochen WL, et al. "Effect of point of care testing for C reactive protein and training in communication skills on antibiotic use in lower respiratory tract infections: cluster randomised trial." Bmj 338 (2009). Butler, Christopher C., et al. "C-reactive protein testing to guide antibiotic prescribing for COPD exacerbations." New England Journal of Medicine 381.2 (2019): 111-120. Llor, Carl, et al. "Efficacy of antibiotic therapy for acute exacerbations of mild to moderate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease." American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine 186.8 (2012): 716-723. Straatman, Jennifer, et al. "Predictive value of C-reactive protein for major complications after major abdominal surgery: a systematic review and pooled-analysis." PloS one 10.7 (2015): e0132995. Plat, Victor D., et al. "C-reactive protein after major abdominal surgery in daily practice." Surgery 170.4 (2021): 1131-1139. Kang, Byung-Uk, et al. "Surgical site infection in spinal surgery: detection and management based on serial C-reactive protein measurements." Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine 13.2 (2010): 158-164. Andreeva, Elena, and Hasse Melbye. "Usefulness of C-reactive protein testing in acute cough/respiratory tract infection: an open cluster-randomized clinical trial with C-reactive protein testing in the intervention group." BMC family practice 15.1 (2014): 1-9. Prins, H. J., et al. "CRP-guided antibiotic treatment in acute exacerbations of COPD in hospital admissions." European Respiratory Journal 53.5 (2019).

Real Food. Real Conversations.
How to Master a Healthy Food Relationship

Real Food. Real Conversations.

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 51:38


Having a healthy relationship with food is so important for our mental health, but it also affects our physical health. Tune in to hear our guest expert, a board certified pediatrician, share strategies and tips to keep you feeling amazing! Keeping a positive food relationship when you are trying to make dietary changes can be challenging, even when you are trying to eat a more plant-based diet. The online diet world is tough to navigate so leaning on experts to guide the way is really important! Dr. Yami is a board-certified pediatrician, certified lifestyle medicine physician, national board-certified health and wellness coach, author and international speaker. She is a passionate promoter of healthy lifestyles, especially the power of plant-based diets for the prevention of chronic disease. She founded VeggieFitKids.com where she provides information on plant-based diets for children. She also hosts the popular podcast Veggie Doctor Radio which boasts listeners from 96 countries and nearly half a million downloads to date. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a diplomate of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, has a certificate in plant-based nutrition and is a certified Food for Life Instructor. Dr. Yami owns Nourish Wellness, a pediatric micro-practice in Yakima, Washington where she lives with her husband and two active sons. Her book is called “A Parent's Guide to Intuitive Eating: How to Raise Kids Who Love to Eat Healthy”. You can learn more about Dr. Yami at DoctorYami.com and grab some of her free resources here! Definition of a Healthy Food Relationship While the meaning of a healthy relationship with food will be different for each person, it's really important that we strive towards having one. According to Dr. Yami, her healthy relationship with food is defined as: One the supports health and well-being and fuels the body but also fits into ones lifestyle, culture, brings pleasure and is never associated with judgement, guilt or shame. The journey and end result may morph and change as we go through life, but the main thing to focus on is that you are moving forward and not falling into traps that diet culture can bring. Why a Healthy Food Relationship is Important In the US, 70% of children's calories come from ultra processed foods. Let that sink in a bit. Offering a diet rich in all the nutrients is so important for a child's growing body. And doing so in a way that helps guide them into a healthy food relationship is just as important. By the age of 5 children have already unlearned tuning into their bodies. This is due to many things, but parents trying to get their children to eat more, finish their meal, clean their plates, etc is a big contributer. If we don't give our children opportunities to be in tune with their own body cues with relation to food is very damaging. They won't be able to tell when they are hungry, full, or even honor their body's cravings (which can be a signal they need a certain nutrient). If children don't have these self help skills when they become adults, it can lead to a range of disordered eating. Which then moves from generation to generation. However, if we help guide our children when it comes to food, we allow them to become adults with a positive relationship to food. What Causes a Bad Relationship with Food? There are many reasons why one would create a negative relationship with food. It generally stems from the past and their experiences. One reason could be family environment, meaning how their family growing up viewed food and handled eating. It could be comments about appearance, weight, eating habits, etc. For example, telling our kids that we can't eat birthday cake, ice cream or candy can trigger a false fear surrounding that food. This restricting of certain foods can affect the brain and trigger binging when they come into contact with that food again.

Private Practice Matters
Pediatrics in 2022 & Beyond with Dr. Lewis First, Editor-in-Chief of Pediatrics

Private Practice Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 38:59


Be Well By Kelly
183. Evidence-Based Tools to Help You Raise Good Humans with Dr. Aliza Pressman #WellnessWednesdays

Be Well By Kelly

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 69:37


Dr. Aliza Pressman is the Co-Founding Director and Director of Clinical Programming for the Mount Sinai Parenting Center, as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor for the Department of Pediatrics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She's also the host of the Raising Good Humans podcast, where she brings the latest and greatest research on child development directly to parents – without them having to sift through endless journals and parenting books. She's passionate about bringing her expertise to parents and empowering them with the knowledge they need to make the best choices possible for their children. We talk about the pillars every parent should consider when raising their children, and how to combat perfectionism in order to do the best you can. You will learn about... What Dr. Aliza studied and why she started her podcast Pulling together science to make it accessible How coming to terms with how you were raised is important for your child Editing behaviors and setting boundaries for your kid Building independence and resilience in your children Resources: https://draliza.com/ (draliza.com) https://www.instagram.com/raisinggoodhumanspodcast/?hl=en (@raisinggoodhumanspodcast) Listen: https://draliza.com/episodes/ (Raising Good Humans Podcast) Connect with Kelly: https://kellyleveque.com/ (kellyleveque.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bewellbykelly/ (@bewellbykelly) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly/ (www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly) Be Well By Kelly is produced and published by http://crate.media (Crate Media).

Elite Clubs National League
Breaking the Line: Episode 42 (Feat. Dr. Drew Watson)

Elite Clubs National League

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:48


The ECNL Podcast features Dr. Drew Watson, the ECNL's Chief Medical Advisor. As May is Mental Health Awareness Month, Breaking the Line podcast host Dean Linke speaks with Watson about the importance of mental health awareness, especially in adolescents Resources: For adolescents National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) US Department of Health and Human Services information: https://opa.hhs.gov/adolescent-health/mental-health-adolescents National Institute of Mental Health: https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/find-help American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry facts for families: https://www.aacap.org/AACAP/Families_Youth/Facts-for-Families/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Facts_for_Families/Layout/FFF_Guide-01.aspx?hkey=fd45e409-3c3c-44ae-b5d4-39ba12e644b7#letterE American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry anxiety information: https://www.aacap.org/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Facts_for_Families/FFF-Guide/The-Anxious-Child-047.aspx American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry depression information: https://www.aacap.org/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Facts_for_Families/FFF-Guide/The-Depressed-Child-004.aspx For/about athletes: American Academy of Pediatrics article on sports and mental health during COVID: https://publications.aap.org/aapnews/news/19600/Research-shows-youth-sports-vital-for-mental NCAA Mental Health Resources: https://www.ncaa.org/sports/2016/8/4/mental-health-educational-resources.aspx USOPC resources for mental health: https://www.teamusa.org/mentalhealth American Medical Society for Sports Medicine position statement on mental health: https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/54/4/216

iCritical Care: All Audio
SCCM Pod-456 PCCM: Effects of Excessive Oxygen Supplementation

iCritical Care: All Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 28:08


This podcast will examine a retrospective, observational cohort study that found an association between excessive oxygen supplementation in the first day of mechanical ventilation with multiple organ dysfunction syndrome on day 7 of admission and in-hospital mortality in critically ill children. Host Elizabeth H. Mack, MD, MS, FCCM, is joined by L. Nelson Sanchez-Pinto, MD, MBI, to discuss the study's findings.

Current Affairs
Dr. Mark Vonnegut on the Soullessness of Modern Medicine

Current Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:56


Mark Vonnegut MD has been a pediatrician for over 30 years. He is the author of the books The Eden Express: A Memoir of Insanity, Just Like Someone Without Mental Illness Only More So, and most recently The Heart of Caring: A Life in Pediatrics. His new book is a collection of observations from his life treating children in the American healthcare system. In it, he shows how the for-profit private insurance industry has destroyed doctors' ability to provide effective care for patients, and he explains what he sees as necessary for doctors to treat patients well. His book is both an aggressive indictment of a profit-driven system and a vision for compassionate, empathetic care. Dr. Vonnegut shows that to reconstruct our healthcare system, we will need single-payer financing, but we will also need a form of medicine that centers the needs and feelings of patients, and in which medical care is administered free of meddlesome bureaucracy and out of a genuine desire to help people get better. In this conversation, Current Affairs editor in chief Nathan J. Robinson and online editor Lily Sánchez (who herself happens to be a pediatrician) discuss Dr. Vonnegut's hopes for a humane alternative to the contemporary practice of medicine. Edited by Tim Gray. 

PIN Podcast
PIN 21 - Jennifer Friedman

PIN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 21:11


Dr. Jennifer Friedman joins the PIN Podcast to tell us about her work as Professor of Pediatrics and Epidemiology at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Director of Lifespan Center for International Health Research (CIHR). Feel free to connect with us: Guest: Dr. Jennifer Friedman Twitter: @PraziquantelP LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-friedman-2a087586/details/experience/ Interviewers: Ph.D. students, Kripa Rajagopalan, @Kripa_UsRaj; Elizabeth Centeno Tablante, @CentenoTablante; Masters student, Nidhi Shreshta, @nidhi__shreshta; and Postdoc, Dr. Samantha L. Huey, @slhuey; Cornell University's Division of Nutritional Sciences Program in International Nutrition, @Cornell_PIN; Theme music: Elena Cherchi, @elenacherchicom

First News with Jimmy Cefalo
05-10-22 Severe and Unexplained

First News with Jimmy Cefalo

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 3:39


Dr. Deborah Ann Mulligan, Professor at Nova Southeastern University's College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is Board certified in Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine

SLP Nerdcast
Communication and Complex Medical Needs with Dr. Margaret Bauman

SLP Nerdcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 60:03


Get .1 ASHA CEU hereRemember the last time you had a headache that Advil just wouldn't touch as you powered through your back to back sessions? Or maybe you can recall the last bout of GI revenge that ensued following some poor decisions at a fast food drive-through for lunch? Perhaps you weren't as peppy with your clients, made a bit less small talk with your colleagues, and were a bit short with your partner. “When we don't feel well, we don't do well” (ain't' that the truth!) and our students with complex communication needs (CCN) are no different. In this episode, Dr. Margaret Bauman and Jennifer Leighton share their experiences and advice, encouraging SLP's to consider potential, underlying medical conditions that may be leading to behavioral changes in individuals with CCN. Through stories of her clinical experiences with struggling patients, Dr. Bauman describes several scenarios within which a child's change in behavior was an indication of an underlying condition of pain or illness that was not obvious. Gear up for some detective work as this observant duo share compassionate tips for digging deeper, asking questions, and supporting our clients with CCN in new ways that recognize how strongly pain and illness shape behavior, and how loudly behavior communicates. Learning OutcomesDiscuss the importance of considering medical conditions for individuals with complex communication needsDiscuss ways to identify when individuals with complex communication needs may be expressing painIdentify at least 3 medical conditions that could be associated with complex communicatorsDisclosures:Jennifer Leighton financial disclosures: Jen is an employee of a school system. Jennifer Leighton non-financial disclosures: Jen is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Massachusetts Speech and Hearing Association (MSHA)Dr Bauman financial disclosures: employed as a neurologist in various outpatient hospital settings. She is also a researcher through the Boston University School of Medicine. Dr Bauman non-financial disclosures: Dr. Bauman is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, American Academy of Pediatrics, the International Society for Autism Research, and the Society for Neuroscience, and serves on various advisory boardsKate Grandbois financial disclosures: Kate is the owner / founder of Grandbois Therapy + Consulting, LLC and co-founder of SLP Nerdcast. Kate Grandbois non-financial disclosures: Kate is a member of ASHA, SIG 12, and serves on the AAC Advisory Group for Massachusetts Advocates for Children. She is also a member of the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy (BABAT), MassABA, the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and the corresponding Speech Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis SIG. Amy Wonkka financial disclosures: Amy is an employee of a public school system and co-founder for SLP Nerdcast. Amy Wonkka non-financial disclosures: Amy is a member of ASHA, SIG 12, and serves on the AAC Advisory Group for Massachusetts Advocates for Children.Time Ordered Agenda:10 minutes: Introduction, Disclaimers and Disclosures20 minutes: Descriptions of the importance of considering medical conditions for individuals with complex communication needs15 minutes: Descriptions of individuals with complex communication needs and they may be expressing pain 10 minutes: Descriptions of medical conditions that could be associated with complex communicators 5 minutes: Summary and ClosingDisclaimerThe contents of this episode are not meant to replace clinical advice. SLP Nerdcast, its hosts and guests do not represent or endorse specific products or procedures mentioned during our episodes unless otherwise stated. We are NOT PhDs, but we do research our material. We do our best to provide a thorough review and fair representation of each topic that we tackle. That being said, it is always likely that there is an article we've missed, or another perspective that isn't shared. If you have something to add to the conversation, please email us! Wed love to hear from you__SLP Nerdcast is a podcast for busy SLPs and teachers who need ASHA continuing education credits, CMHs, or professional development. We do the reading so you don't have to! Leave us a review if you feel so inclined!We love hearing from our listeners. Email us at info@slpnerdcast.com anytime! You can find our complaint policy here. You can also:Follow us on instagramFollow us on facebookWe are thrilled to be listed in the Top 25 SLP Podcasts!Thank you FeedSpot!

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast
Pediatrics | Congenital Heart Disease

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 15:06


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Congenital Heart Disease from the Pediatrics section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets

Rebel Performance Radio
Flashback: The Physiologic Reserve, Breathing, and The Need for Stress with Dr. Mike T. Nelson and Dr. Tommy Wood

Rebel Performance Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 65:43


The flashback series continues as we turn the clock back to November of 2020 with Dr. Mike T. Nelson and Dr. Tommy Wood. Mike T. Nelson, CSCS, CISSN, MSME, PhD is a fitness consultant with a passion for biomechanics, exercise physiology, and neurology. Dr. Tommy Wood is a Research assistant professor at the University of Washington in the Department of Pediatrics. This episode is centered around one of my absolute favorite topics, the physiologic reserve (also known as the bioenergetic reserve). The main theme we tackle is that you have to stress the organism, not just for performance, but also for health, longevity and healthy aging. This episode was made for thinking athletes, and you will not walk away disappointed. Listen in as Mike and Tommy discuss the concept of the physiologic headroom, applying stress to improve an athlete's level of antifragility, and increasing cognitive control over your breathing. What You'll Learn in This Episode: [02:25] A primer on the concept of the bioenergetic reserve [14:42] Increasing your physiologic flexibility [20:55] How the brain factors into improving physiologic reserve [27:06] Exercise versus recreation [33:16] What people get wrong regarding breathing [42:28] A primer on nasal breathing [51:24] Nasal breathing versus mouth breathing [58:14] Mike and Tommy's parting advice Links: Explore Dr. Mike's website here: https://miketnelson.com/tag/flex-diet/ (https://miketnelson.com/tag/flex-diet/) Follow Dr. Mike on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/drmiketnelson/ (https://www.instagram.com/drmiketnelson/) Explore our free training samples here: https://www.rebel-performance.com/training-templates/ (https://www.rebel-performance.com/training-templates/) Follow Dr. Tommy on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/drtommywood/ (https://www.instagram.com/drtommywood/) PLUS: Whenever you're ready... here are 3 ways we can help you unlock total package strength, physique, and athleticism (without being in pain or getting beaten down by injuries). 1. Listen to the podcast.  We release a new episode every Sunday evening where we break down what to do in and outside the gym to help you become the total package (and perform pain-free) - http://radio.rebel-performance.com/listen (Click here to listen.) 2. Buy a pre-made program.  Looking for an expertly crafted training program minus the coaching and camaraderie? Then http://shop.rebel-performance.com/ (go )https://shop.rebel-performance.com/ (here). 3. Claim your no-risk trial. Want to work directly with me and my team to find your peak performance, train pain-free, and become a total package athlete in 90 days? Then reply "trial" to this email and I'll send you all the details. Oh, and https://www.rebel-performance.com/reviews (here's a bunch of reviews) if you want to know what real humans think of working with us. 

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast
Pediatrics | Neonatal Conjunctivitis

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 13:37


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Neonatal Conjunctivitis from the Pediatrics section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast
Pediatrics | Hirschsprung Disease

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 12:08


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Hirschsprung Disease from the Pediatrics section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets

The Listening Brain
A Conversation with Jodi Cutler!

The Listening Brain

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 34:55


From the moment she received her son Jordan's deafness diagnosis, Jodi dedicated herself to finding the most suitable tools for improving quality of life for families living a journey in hearing loss, rising to a high level of professionalism as a consultant and advocate for inclusion rights through various international initiatives. Since RALLY CAPS, among her many professional accomplishments, Jodi has published 4 books both in English and Italian.

Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today
Pediheart Podcast #206: Intraoperative Mapping Of Conduction During Congenital Heart Surgery

Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 37:10


This week we review a recent report from the team at Boston Children's Hospital about a novel approach to avoid heart block during complex congenital heart surgery? Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School Elizabeth DeWitt shares with us her insights into a recent report she co-authored by the departments of surgery and cardiology at her institution about intraoperative mapping of conduction. How easy is it to identify the conduction system and how effective at avoiding heart block? Who is a good candidate for this approach? Dr. DeWitt offers her insights as does Dr. John Triedman, Chief of Electrophysiology and a co-author. Dr. Triedman also shares with us information regarding the upcoming PedirhythmX conference that will be held in Boston 9/22-9/24. DOI: 10.1016/j.xjtc.2021.11.017

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast
Pediatrics | Autism Spectrum Disorders

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 12:09


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Autism Spectrum Disorders from the Pediatrics section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets

OPENPediatrics
Pediatric Behavioral-Mental Health: Depression by Drs. P. Chen, M. Ivanova, B. Chase, K. Blackburn

OPENPediatrics

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 14:16


This podcast discusses pediatric depression and its prevalence in children and adolescents. The authors look into the guidelines in place for screening for and diagnosing depression and they also discuss various antidepressants, along with their side effects. After listening to this presentation, learners should be able to: - Describe the prevalence of pediatric depression in children and adolescents - Apply the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (or AACAP) guidelines, the American Academy of Pediatrics (or AAP) guidelines and DSM-5 criteria to screen for and diagnose patients with depression - Initiate, titrate, and discontinue antidepressants for unipolar pediatric depression - Describe the common and serious adverse effects of antidepressants Publication date: May 5, 2022. Citation: Ivanova M*, Chen P*, Chase B, Moye B, Wills K, Blackburn K., Pediatric Behavioral-Mental Health: Depression. 5/2022. Online Video. OPENPediatrics. https://learn.openpediatrics.org/learn/course/internal/view/elearning/5230/pediatric-behavioral-mental-health-depression. *These authors contributed equally to this work Please visit: http://www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open-access and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: openpediatrics@childrens.harvard.edu

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast
Pediatrics | IgA Deficiency

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 13:10


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of IgA Deficiency from the Pediatrics section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast
Pediatrics | Pharyngitis

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 12:11


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Pharyngitis from the Pediatrics section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 05.03.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 52:18


Inadequate vitamin intake linked with insulin resistance University of Alabama, May 2 2022.    A greater risk of insulin resistance was revealed among women with acceptable calorie consumption whose folate and vitamin C intake were below the Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) values in a study reported  in Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases. Adequate dietary intakes of essential micronutrients are critical to prevent the development of insulin resistance and insulin resistance-related diseases. However, since excess calorie intake linked with obesity is also associated with those diseases, it is important to meet the Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) of those micronutrients without exceeding recommended daily calorie intakes. Among women whose calorie intake was categorized as acceptable and who met the Food and Nutrition Board's DRI of folate and vitamin C, the respective risks of insulin resistance were 59% and 66% lower than women who did not meet the DRIs. The study also showed that even with the consumption of over the recommended calorie intake, only 2% of women met the DRI of vitamin D and approximately only 30% met the DRIs of vitamins A and E, further emphasizing the fact that a significant proportion of women consume calorie-dense food rather than micronutrient-dense food.”   (NEXT)   Ingesting soy protein may ease severity of inflammatory bowel disease   Penn State University, April 26, 2022   A diet supplemented with soy protein may be an effective adjunct therapy for inflammatory bowel diseases, Penn State researchers reported after completing a study that included mice and cultured human colon cells. The findings are significant because inflammatory bowel diseases -- including ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease -- are characterized by either continuous or periodic inflammation of the colon and represent a significant risk factor for colon cancer. The team found that soy-protein concentrate can exert antioxidant and cytoprotective effects in cultured human bowel cells and can moderate the severity of inflammation in mice that have an induced condition similar to ulcerative colitis. Researchers, substituted soy-protein concentrate into the diet of the mice and removed corresponding amounts of the other protein sources, equaling about 12 percent. They kept human equivalents in mind as they determined the amount. The dietary soy-protein concentrate at the 12-percent dose level ameliorated body-weight loss and swelling of the spleen in the mice with induced inflammatory bowel disease. Soy-protein concentrate mitigates markers of colonic inflammation and loss of gut barrier function in the mice with induced IBD.   (NEXT)   Study finds children with vegetarian diet have similar growth and nutrition compared to children who eat meat   St. Michael's Hospital (Toronto), May 2, 2022   A study of nearly 9,000 children found those who eat a vegetarian diet had similar measures of growth and nutrition compared to children who eat meat. The study, published in Pediatrics and led by researchers at St. Michael's Hospital of Unity Health Toronto, also found that children with a vegetarian diet had higher odds of underweight weight status, emphasizing the need for special care when planning the diets of vegetarian kids. The findings come as a shift to consuming a plant-based diet grows in Canada. In 2019, updates to Canada's Food Guide urged Canadians to embrace plant-based proteins, such as beans and tofu, instead of meat. Researchers found children who had a vegetarian diet had similar mean body mass index (BMI), height, iron, vitamin D, and cholesterol levels compared to those who consumed meat. The findings showed evidence that children with a vegetarian diet had almost two-fold higher odds of having underweight, which is defined as below the third percentile for BMI. There was no evidence of an association with overweight or obesity. Underweight is an indicator of undernutrition, and may be a sign that the quality of the child's diet is not meeting the child's nutritional needs to support normal growth. For children who eat a vegetarian diet, the researchers emphasized access to healthcare providers who can provide growth monitoring, education and guidance to support their growth and nutrition.   (NEXT)   Blackcurrant extract triggers same process as statin drugs   University of Connecticut , April 29, 2022   Polyphenol-rich blackcurrant extract may prevent metabolic dysfunctions induced by diets high in fat and cholesterol, according to research in mice.   The results, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, found the extract reduced the percentage of mice with diet-induced severe steatosis (fatty liver), hypercholesterolaemia and hyperglycaemia.  Total plasma cholesterol and glucose levels were significantly lower in the blackcurrant group compared to the control, yet plasma triglyceride (TAG) level were not significantly different.   The extract contained 25% anthocyanins and 40% polyphenols and the dose equated to a daily human consumption of about 540 mg of the extract and 135 mg anthocyanins.   The researchers said such an ingredient could help reduce disease risk since dyslipidaemia and hyperglycaemia were likely to contribute to metabolic diseases.   Videos:   .  Profound Blood Clots in Major Arteries: Dr. McCullough and Chris Gillespie ( 3 Clips on One page)   Over 17,000 Physicians and Scientists Agree: “There Is No Medical Emergency” – Dr. Robert Malone

Pediatrics On Call
Pediatrics Research Roundup, Integrating Mental Health into the Medical Home – Ep. 111

Pediatrics On Call

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 34:29


In this episode Rachel Moon, MD, FAAP, associate editor of digital media for the journal Pediatrics, shares a research roundup from the May issue. Hosts David Hill, MD, FAAP, and Joanna Parga-Belinkie, MD, FAAP, also talk with Richard Chung, MD, FAAP, member of the AAP Committee on Adolescence as well as the Bright Futures Steering Committee, about ways to assess mental health of children and teens within the medical home. For resources go to aap.org/podcast.

Morning Announcements
Tuesday, May 03, 2022

Morning Announcements

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 5:28


We start today with the shocking news of a leaked copy of a supreme court majority opinion that will overturn Roe v. Wade. Trump's former defense secretary, Mark Esper, came out with a memoir, meanwhile, the Israeli foreign minister calls out Russia's Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov on his Hilter remarks. Then, the American Academy of Pediatrics reviews its flawed, race-based guidelines. Finally, The governor of Tennessee announced that executions will be paused while lethal injections are reviewed. Resources/Articles mentioned this episode: Politco: Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows Axios: Scoop: Esper says Trump wanted to shoot protesters Axios: Israel condemns Russian foreign minister's "unforgivable" Hitler remarks AP News: US pediatricians' group moves to abandon race-based guidance AP News: Tennessee pauses executions, will review lethal injections

The Orthobullets Podcast
Pediatrics | Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

The Orthobullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 24:57


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease from the Pediatrics section. Follow Orthobullets on Social Media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/orthobullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/orthobulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/orthobullets LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/27125689 YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCMZSlD9OhkFG2t25oM14FvQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message

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The Orthobullets Podcast
Pediatrics | Cerebral Palsy - Gait Disorders

The Orthobullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 27:49


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Cerebral Palsy - Gait Disorders from the Pediatrics section. Follow Orthobullets on Social Media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/orthobullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/orthobulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/orthobullets LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/27125689 YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCMZSlD9OhkFG2t25oM14FvQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message

The Orthobullets Podcast
Pediatrics⎪Cerebral Palsy - General

The Orthobullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 28:52


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Cerebral Palsy - General from the Pediatrics section. Follow Orthobullets on Social Media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/orthobullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/orthobulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/orthobullets LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/27125689 YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCMZSlD9OhkFG2t25oM14FvQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message

Label Free:
"So Many Babies: My life Balancing a Busy Medical Career and Motherhood."

Label Free: "To live your best life, live label free."

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 25:23


Happy Friday Friends!My next guest has shared her story in the medical field juggling being a mother. I love her openness and her vulnerability about witnessing some very hard cases being in the Neonatal ICU. Please welcome PREMIERE guest Dr. Susan Landers. Susan has 34 years of experience in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). She practiced in academic medicine (on faculty of two medical schools) and in private practice. She found her work in the demanding environment of the NICU rewarding & managed to postpone burnout until the end of her career. She and her physician husband raised three children (now all young adults) while they both practiced medicine full time. She recently wrote a memoir called "So Many Babies: My life Balancing a Busy Medical Career and Motherhood." Susan enjoys recounting some of her best, and worst, experiences of being a working mother, and how she managed to stay resilient. She shares with other working mothers many things she learned along her journey as a busy mother and successful doctor.She attended medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston and completed her pediatrics residency at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and Parkland Hospital in Dallas. She completed her neonatology fellowship at Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. She has special expertise in breastfeeding medicine, and human donor breastmilk banking. She previously worked for the American Academy of Pediatrics as a leader in the Section on Breastfeeding Medicine. She currently is retired and lives in Austin, Tx.https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-landersmd/https://www.instagram.com/drsusanlanders/https://www.facebook.com/drsusanlandershttps://twitter.com/susanlandersmdhttps://susanlandersmd.comSupport for Label Free Podcast is brought to you by ​MANSCAPED™​, who is the best in men's below-the-waist grooming.  ​ @MANSCAPED offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. They obsess over their technology developments to provide you the best tools for your grooming experience. MANSCAPED is trusted by over 2 million men worldwide! We have an exclusive offer for my listeners - 20% off + free shipping with the code: LabelFree20 at   https://www.manscaped.com​ As always thank you for the support, to contact me directly follow the link below: https://www.labelfreepodcast.com​ Stay Healthy, Stay Ready- Deanna Marie Kuempel #ad​​ #sponsor​ #publishedauthor #neonatal #ICU

Skimm This
Unwritten: Twitter's Future, Teen Mental Health Crisis, and California Drought

Skimm This

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 37:20


First: We've got the context on the biggest stories from the week – from the US economy shrinking for the first time since 2020, to a concerning drought warning in the West. PS: learn more about Pfizer's COVID-19 drug, Paxlovid, here.  Next: Elon Musk turned down a Tweet at the table — and bought Twitter instead. So what happens now? We'll ask an expert about Musk's plans, and what's next for free speech.  ICYMI: The Finns and Swedes have their pencils ready, waiting to apply for NATO membership. We'll talk about why they're ditching their historic neutrality, and why NATO is the hottest new club to join…in 60 seconds.  Later: New reports reveal that American teens are in the middle of a mental health crisis. We'll ask a psychologist what's causing concern. If you know a teen who's struggling, here are some resources to help.  Finally: Your favorite foliage was actually picked out for you by the Miranda Priestly of houseplants. We'll talk to a reporter who took a deep dive into the global houseplant industry to find out what it takes to become America's next top houseplant. On this episode, you'll hear from:  Rachel Lerman, tech reporter, The Washington Post Dr. Kara Bagot, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, Mount Sinai Katie Van Syckle, senior staff editor, The New York Times Want more Skimm?  Sign up for our free daily newsletter Email us your questions about what's going on in the news right now  Subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts Skimm'd by Alex Carr, Will Livingston, and Blake Lew-Merwin. Additional help from Sagine Corrielus. Engineered by Andrew Callaway and Elie McAfee-Hahn. TheSkimm's head of audio is Graelyn Brashear.

The Matt Walsh Show
Ep. 939 - Amazon Employees Are Traumatized By My Children's Book

The Matt Walsh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 59:56


Today on the Matt Walsh Show, leaked internal videos show that my children's book, Johnny the Walrus, has traumatized and triggered Amazon's employees. They are literally in tears over it. It is the greatest moment of my career. We'll talk about it today. Also, conservative accounts on Twitter see huge spikes in followers right as it's announced that Elon Musk is buying the company. What's going on there? And more disturbing information about the “children's book” from the American Academy of Pediatrics that pushes chemical castration on nine year olds. Plus, a NASCAR driver is sent to sensitivity training for posting a “racist” meme. But was the meme actually racist? And in our Daily Cancellation, more leaked videos. This time it's administrators and leftist activists meeting to game plan protests against my speech tonight at Wisconsin Superior. But why are school administrators helping to plan protests? Join Ben's Third Thursday Book Club now to get his notes for The Once and Future King by T.H. White and be a part of this month's Q&A: https://utm.io/uejl1. I am a beloved LGBTQ+ and children's author. Reserve your copy of Johnny The Walrus here: https://utm.io/uevUc. What is a Woman? Help me track down the answer in my new book. Preorder your copy now at whatisawoman.com.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Matt Walsh Show
Ep. 938 - Terrified Leftists Cry Out In Despair As Elon Musk Takes Over Twitter 

The Matt Walsh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 57:17


Today on the Matt Walsh Show, leftists scream out in abject terror as Elon Musks completes his purchase of Twitter. We will revel in their despair today. Also, as my children's book Johnny the Walrus is finally released, we'll take a look at the horrifying children's book that is currently the best seller in the category. It's written by the American Academy of Pediatrics, and if you've been paying attention, you know that's a bad sign. Plus, a boy physically assaults a girl at a high school in Atlanta, but the students are taking the boy's side because the girl used a naughty word. And in our Daily Cancellation, Rolling Stone has a glowing profile of “furries” who are sexually attracted to cartoon animals.  I am a beloved LGBTQ+ and children's author. Reserve your copy of Johnny The Walrus here: https://utm.io/uevUc. What is a Woman? Help me track down the answer in my new book. Preorder your copy now at whatisawoman.com.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices