Beauty and the BS with Dr. Peter Grossman
Are you tired of feeling pressure to conform to society's beauty standards? Have you been told to just accept your body as it is, but still feel unhappy with your appearance? It's time to take a deeper dive into the complex world of female self-image and the impact of labiaplasty. This episode will empower young women to understand the psychological factors influencing their perception of their own vulva region and embrace a more holistic approach to self-evaluation. Join us as we explore the changing dynamics of beauty ideals and the critical role of empathy and communication in discussing sensitive topics. In this episode of Beauty and the BS with Dr. Peter Grossman, you will be able to: Investigate the influences of labiaplasty and societal expectations on a woman's self-image. * Learn about the mental components that play a role in how women view their vulva region. * Embrace a well-rounded perspective on analyzing the vulva region that goes beyond the surface. * Observe the evolving trends in women's perceptions of their own appearance and beauty ideals. * Recognize the critical role of empathy and effective communication in discussing delicate topics. This week's guests are Dr. Christine Hamori and Associate Professor at Monash University, Dr. Gemma Sharp. Dr. Christine Hamori is a board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in facial plastic surgery and body contouring surgery in the Boston area. She is also a leader in the area of vaginal rejuvenation and labiaplasty. Professor Sharp is a top researcher in body image and eating disorders, with an impressive academic background spanning multiple disciplines. At Monash University, she leads a research group focused on female genital self-image and cosmetic surgery. With numerous accolades to her name, Professor Sharp is committed to breaking down social taboos and promoting body positivity. The resources mentioned in this episode are: If you are considering genital modification, do your research and choose a reputable surgeon. * Seek out a multidisciplinary team, including mental health professionals, to ensure you are making an informed decision. * Consider the functional aspects of genital modification, such as reducing discomfort during physical activity or intercourse. * Be realistic about your expectations and understand that surgery may not solve all of your concerns. * Embrace diversity in genital appearance and challenge the societal ideal of what is considered normal. * If you are experiencing body dysmorphic disorder or other psychological concerns, seek professional help before considering surgery. * Be mindful of the language used when discussing genital modification, using accurate terminology like vulvar restoration instead of vaginal beautification. * Consider non-surgical options for vaginal rejuvenation, such as laser or radiofrequency treatments. * Practice good genital hygiene and avoid harsh soaps or chemicals that may cause irritation. * Embrace your body Addressing Sexual Education Proper sexual education plays a crucial role in shaping young people's self-image and understanding of their bodies. Parents need to have ongoing conversations with their children about their bodies, instilling the idea that there is a wide variety of normal when it comes to genital appearance. By doing so, they can counteract the influence of unrealistic portrayals in social media and pornography. Dr. Stone recommends that parents maintain an open dialogue with their children and act as their first educators, rather than relying on outside sources to impart information. Dr. Hamori echoes these sentiments, emphasizing that there is no cookie-cutter normal when it comes to genital appearance and that everyone's anatomy is different. Both experts believe that fostering such understanding and openness helps promote better self-image and a healthier approach to one's own body. Navigating Social Media and Self-Image Social media's influence on self-image and body perception cannot be understated. The portrayal of beauty standards across various platforms can increase the pressure on women to look a certain way, even from a young age. Navigating these influences and promoting healthier attitudes toward body image is crucial in combating unrealistic expectations. Professor Gemma Stone highlights the role of social media in shaping perceptions of beauty, pointing out the acceleration of aesthetic development that contrasts with slower mental development. In promoting positive body image and self-confidence, Dr. Stone mentions her work with young girls and educating them about genital diversity. Both she and Dr. Hamori stress the importance of addressing societal taboos and showcasing the diversity of normal genital appearances to help those considering such procedures make informed decisions. Societal Pressures Societal pressure can significantly influence people's decisions to undergo cosmetic procedures, including labiaplasty. With increasing exposure to social media and various beauty ideals, there is a risk of young women feeling pressured to look a certain way. From grooming trends to popular clothing styles, this pressure makes female genitalia more visible, further adding to the perceived need for procedures like labiaplasty. During the conversation, Professor Gemma Stone comments on the pressure that exists due to societal norms, especially for women, and how it accelerates aesthetic development. Dr. Hamori supports this notion, stating that many of her patients are either young women who have thought about labiaplasty since adolescence or perimenopausal women reentering the dating scene. Both guests concur that media portrayals and societal expectations have a significant impact on women's self-image.
Bio 360 - Zurück ins Leben | Energie und Gesundheit
Der Körper braucht mehrere Dutzend unterschiedlicher Mikronährstoffe für seine vielfältigen Funktionen, wie Hormonstoffwechsel, Energieproduktion usw., damit diese auch zuverlässig funktionieren. Sind dies Kreisläufe, die in der Schulmedizin betrachtet und verstanden werden? Viele Menschen glauben nicht daran und versuchen sich selbst zu helfen. Der Markt für Nahrungsergänzungsmittel boomt, obwohl der Gesetzgeber immer weiter reguliert. Nur wenige Nahrungsergänzungsmittel werden durch Laboranalysen gestützt und mit einem guten Therapeuten, der die Ergebnisse auch auswerten kann, systematisch eingesetzt. Worauf es bei den Mikronährstoffen, den Laboranalysen und nach Ergänzungsmitteln wirklich ankommt, bespreche ich heute mit Professor Dr. Elmar Wienecke. Teste mit dem Energyforhealth-Test von Prof Wienecke, ob du einen Mikronährstoffmangel hast: https://bio360.de/go/energy-for-health Gutscheincode: bio360 Hol dir jetzt deine Regeneration zum Trinken mit den Complete Aminos von Braineffect. Mit dem Gutscheincode “bio360” bekommst du einen satten Rabatt! >>>Jetzt anschauen
Bio 360 - Zurück ins Leben | Energie und Gesundheit
Zu viel Protein schadet den Nieren. Tierisches Protein macht Krebs. Es gibt keinen Proteinmangel. Diese und andere Simplifizierungen geistern durch die Köpfe der Menschen und das Internet. Welche entscheidende Rolle eine gute Proteinversorgung für deine Gesundheit spielt, erfährst du in diesem Gespräch mit Professor Dr. Elmar Wienecke. Teste mit dem Energyforhealth-Test von Prof Wienecke, ob du einen Mikronährstoffmangel hast: https://bio360.de/go/energy-for-health Gutscheincode: bio360 Hol dir jetzt deine Regeneration zum Trinken mit den Complete Aminos von Braineffect. Mit dem Gutscheincode “bio360” bekommst du einen satten Rabatt! >>>Jetzt anschauen
Bio 360 - Zurück ins Leben | Energie und Gesundheit
Unsere Nahrung enthält immer weniger Mikronährstoffe. Die Folgen sind systemische Gesundheitsstörungen, von denen jeder schon einmal gehört hat. Dennoch wird der wachsende Bedarf an Mikronährstoffen von Ärzten und den Mainstream-Medien immer wieder dementiert oder sogar ins Lächerliche gezogen. Wem du hier vertrauen darfst und ob ein Mikronährstoffmangel mit deinen Symptomen etwas zu tun haben könnte, erfährst du in dieser Episode von Professor Dr. Elmar Wienecke. Teste mit dem Energyforhealth-Test von Prof Wienecke, ob du einen Mikronährstoffmangel hast: https://bio360.de/go/energy-for-health Gutscheincode: bio360 Hol dir jetzt deine Regeneration zum Trinken mit den Complete Aminos von Braineffect. Mit dem Gutscheincode “bio360” bekommst du einen satten Rabatt! >>>Jetzt anschauen
Associate Professor Dr. Lara Greaves talks to Rachel about Meka Whaitiri's exit from Labour, Christopher Luxon saying he won't work with Te Pāti Māori, the Green Party's internal situation with Elizabeth Kerekere's resignation and the political implications of the King's Coronation. Whakarongo mai nei!
Hometown Radio 05/08/23 3p: Guest host Dan Shadwell is with Cal Poly Professor Dr. Ben Ruttenberg discusses the most recent news about the marine environment and how climate change and ice cap melt is continuing to influence sea level rise in places thousands of miles away and talk about how to be better stewards for what we've all taken for granted for so long.
We open up “Ask the Professor”, with Bill and Professor Mark Muska from the University of Northwestern-St. Paul, with a discussion on those who say they are "spiritual but not religious," the difference between "Son of God" and "Son of Man", and much more. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
Pardon the Interruption with Music, some news updates and the Interview with Prof. Dr. Andre Isaacs on COVID and MRNA technology. I share new and original music entitled, "what is Life," and some updates about upcoming events at The Neoliberal Round, announcements about the Booke: Neoliberalism book 1 and 2 and commented on the firing of Don Lemon at CNN and Tucker Carlson at Fox News. Lyrics - What is Life, By, Renaldo McKenzie What is life, that I should live it? What is life, that I should make of it? Up and down, around, about, my mind can't take it anymore. I want, out, just to be free like anyone else, making worth of life. They say life is about the people, and how people relate. How must I fit? I want to be free, free to live, free to reign. Oh God, where are you? Are you there? Are you here? To make me free from sin and shame, the pain which perseveres… The episode included four (4) segments where Maurice Smith joins me to discuss recent and upcoming episodes on the podcast such as Castro V Trump, and Immigration. In the very beginning and towards the end I replay an episode segment with an interview I did with Professor Dr. Andre Isaacs at College of The Holy Cross concerning his life, Poverty and MRNA technology and COVID. This is important as I challenged the argument around the technology that led to the COVID vaccine arguing that the research was years in the making before the virus which questions the veracity of the science behind the use of the technology by Scientists. Dr. Andre is a Chemist. Rev. Renaldo McKenzie is the Creator and host, a Professor at Jamaica Theological Seminary and Doctoral Candidate at Georgetown University. Renaldo is author of Neoliberalism, Globalization, Income Inequality, Poverty and Resistance. Renaldo is working on a new book, Neoliberalism Globalization Reconsidered. Visit us at https://theneoliberal.com and subscribe for free to the podcast. Support us at https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support. Email us: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theneoliberal/support
Inside Medicine with Private Medical
Private Medical physicians Dr. Jordan Shlain and Dr. Justin Lotfi are joined by Dr. Jud Brewer, professor at the Schools of Public Health & Medicine at Brown University, and author of the best-selling book Unwinding Anxiety. He is also the creator of the step-by-step program for the app of the same name. As an expert in mindfulness training for addiction, Dr. Brewer discusses habit change, fear as a biological survival mechanism, and how this mechanism is exploited by modern-day distractions, making it even harder to pay attention. We hope this episode inspires you to think differently about your health and the healthcare system. Please subscribe to our feed and our bimonthly medical dispatch.
Kip Eideberg, senior vice president for government and industry relations at the Association of Equipment Manufacturers talks about increased growth and production after the pandemic plus some of the challenges manufacturers are working through. Professor Dr. Kevin Folta is Department Chair, Horticultural Sciences Department, at the University of Florida and he joins us to discuss mRNA vaccines for livestock – how they work and the controversies associated with them.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode, I talk to professor Ketaki Chowkhani. Dr Ketaki Chowkhani is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the Manipal Centre for Humanities. Single and childfree herself, Ketaki designed and teaches India's first ever course on Singles Studies, and her writing on singlehood has appeared in the New York Times, The Hindu, Psychology Today, and Square Peg UK, among others. Her writing and teaching on singlehood has been mentioned in The Guardian, the New Statesman UK, and The Hindu. Topics that Ketaki & I cover are:her story around being single and childfree;how her conviction about single life being right for her has been a gradual process;how both of us feel as though we're ‘single at heart';how Ketaki came to create and teach India's first course in single studies;the one main difference between being a single woman in India and being a single woman in the west;how Ketaki's parent have responded to her life choices in terms of being single;the pressure she has had to deal with from her extended family;her essay in Angelica Malin's book, Unattached;being a trailblazer for single women;some of the ways in which singles are discriminated against, and the common stereotypes;Ketaki's research into what is making single hood possible / easy or not, i.e. housing, laws, and what can be done to improve things;how provisions for single people can affect whether or not someone stays in an abusive relationship, and how important it is to make singlehood desirable;reclaiming the term ‘spinster' which Ketaki also uses in her Instagram handle!Follow Ketaki on Instagram: @spinster.adventuresFollow Ketaki on Twitter:@chowkhaniRead Ketaki's essay in Angelica Malin's book, Unattached (UK Link):https://www.amazon.co.uk/Unattached-Essays-Singlehood-Angelica-Malin/dp/1529110394 US Link to the book:https://www.amazon.com/Unattached-Essays-Singlehood-Angelica-Malin-ebook/dp/B0946G7RX7 Book a FREE 30 minute coaching 'taster' session HERE: https://calendly.com/lucymeggeson/30minute Fancy getting your hands on my FREE Top 10 Mindset Tips? Head over to: www.lucymeggeson.com Interested in my 1-1 Coaching? Work with me HERE: https://www.lucymeggeson.com/workwithme Join my private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1870817913309222/?ref=share Follow me on Instagram: @spinsterhoodreimagined Follow me on Twitter: @LucyMeggeson Follow me on LinkedIn: Lucy Meggeson Email me: email@example.com And thank you so much for listening!!!
Professor Dr. Hanna Klatt, Leiterin der Abteilung für Kinderheilkunde an der Universitätsklinik Helligstadt, ist ebenso erfolgreich wie ehrgeizig. Ihre Methoden und Aktionen sind nicht unumstritten, aber das Universitäts-Präsidium steht fest hinter ihr. Eines Tages erhält der Investigativ-Journalist Andreas Kurowski, ein Spezialist für die Aufdeckung von Fälschungen und Plagiaten, Hinweise darauf, dass Hanna Klatt in ihrer fast 30 Jahre zurückliegenden Doktorarbeit vom Artikel eines anderen Arztes abgeschrieben und dessen Forschungs-Ergebnisse für sich selbst verwendet hat. Zusammen mit seiner Kollegin Ayla Cicek geht Kurowski der Sache nach. Schon bald erhärtet sich der Verdacht. Die Universität muss eine Untersuchung einleiten, an deren Ende Hanna Klatt der Entzug ihres Doktortitels und damit das Aus ihrer Karriere droht. Kann sie das verhindern? Oder liegt womöglich der gesamte Sachverhalt anders als es scheint?
Hallo Karo. Hallo Paule. Na endlich lässt sie sich hier mal wieder blicken. Und das direkt aus dem Urlaub. Welcome back Karo Kauer. Paul und Karo haben viel zu erzählen, denn seit dem 28.03 ist einiges passiert. Paul startet mal mit dem Geburtstag seines Bruders, der nicht nur Professor Dr. Dr. ist, sondern auch eine große Leidenschaft für Musik hat. Eine Party folgt auf die andere. So war am vergangenen Donnerstag ganz Eislingen außer Rand und Band. Die Paultaschen kamen nämlich ziemlich gut an. Doch nicht nur das hat Eindruck hinterlassen, sondern auch der begnadete, sehr gut gekleidete Cousin Linus. Der hatte, so wie die meisten an dem Tag der Tage, einen Krauburgunder zu viel. Also passierte es wieder. Eine Party folgt auf die andere – und diese Aftershow-Party hat einen sehr spannenden Ursprung. So viel erstmal zu Eislingen, denn auch in Berlin ging es ganz schön ab. Paul konnte sein Taxi nicht bezahlen und wird vom Karma verfolgt. Aber positiv. Das führt ihn zu der Überzeugung, dass Glück eben doch beeinflussbar ist. Kurze Unterbrechung. Simon springt ein und wird dann aber schnell wieder von Paul abgelöst, der über die Faszination Spiegelfolie spricht. Paul hat sie vor dem Store, Karo eben beim Finanzamt. Aber vielleicht ja bald noch woanders… Denn es gibt BIG News: Karo geht auf Tour. Mit ihrem Store, Café und CAYA. Und Paul dem Busfahrer? Nachdem Karo euch einen Blick hinter die Kulissen gegeben hat, interessiert Paul, warum sie gerade so viel Offline-Zeit hat. Ob das wohl am Hausbau liegt? Wie sieht es damit eigentlich aus? Abschließend haben Paul und Karo eine Erkenntnis. Beide teilen die gleiche Einstellung. Beide denken jeden Tag erneut genau das… Best day ever today! Karo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karokauer/ AWFNR Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/awfnr/ Schreibt uns gerne jederzeit und schickt uns eine Sprachnachricht über die AWFNR Community WhatsApp Nummer (Fragen sind erwünscht): +4915753263804 Post von Paul abonnieren: https://postvonpaul.substack.com Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/AWFNR __________ Interview, Interview podcast, AWFNR, Paul Ripke, Newport Beach, Reisen, Reisetipps, Sport, Abnehmen, Business, Unternehmertum, Erfolg, Porsche, Gesprächspodcast, Paul Ripke Interview, Marteria, Karo Kauer, PARI, Paul Ripke WM, weight watchers, Motivation, Gesundheit, Ruhm, Alle Wege führen nach Ruhm, Lifestyle, Unterhaltung, Comedy, Wirtschaft, News, Social Media, Instagram, Bloggen, Fotografie, Influencer, TV, Gesellschaft, Musik, Freizeit, Hobbys, Rennrad, Radfahren, RIPKYTCHEN, Chris Nanoo
Nuestra Palabra Presents: An interview with Dr. Richard A. Tapia and his featured book "Losing the Precious Few: How America Fails to Educate its Minorities in Science and Engineering" Richard Tapia is the Maxfield-Oshman Chair in Engineering, a professor in computational and applied mathematics and director of the Tapia Center for Excellence and Equity, all at Rice University. He is the recipient of the National Medal of Science, the US government's highest honor bestowed on scientists, and the National Science Board's Vannevar Bush Award. He served on the National Science Board from 1996-2002, and two professional conferences have been named in his honor: the Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference and the Blackwell-Tapia Mathematics Conference. He lives in Houston, Texas. In his eye-opening book, Losing the Precious Few: How America Fails to Educate its Minorities in Science and Engineering, nationally acclaimed scholar Richard Tapia examines the issues that keep domestic minority students out of STEM education and careers. A professor for almost 50 years in Rice University's Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Tapia is struck by the number of foreign students in the hallways and wonders how the United States can remain globally competitive. Tony Diaz Writer and activist Tony Diaz, El Librotraficante, is a Cultural Accelerator. He was the first Chicano to earn a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Houston Creative Writing Program. In 1998, he founded Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say (NP), Houston's first reading series for Latino authors. The group galvanized Houston's Community Cultural Capital to become a movement for civil rights, education, and representation. When Arizona officials banned Mexican American Studies, Diaz and four veteran members of NP organized the 2012 Librotraficante Caravan to smuggle books from the banned curriculum back into Arizona. He is the author of The Aztec Love God. His book, The Tip of the Pyramid: Cultivating Community Cultural Capital, is the first in his series on Community Organizing. * This is part of a Nuestra Palabra Multiplatform broadcast. * Video airs on www.Fox26Houston.com. * Audio airs on 90.1 FM Houston, KPFT, Houston's Community Station, where our show began. * Live events. Thanks to Roxana Guzman, Multiplatform Producer Rodrigo Bravo, Jr., Audio Producer Radame Ortiez, SEO Director Marc-Antony Piñón, Graphics Designer Leti Lopez, Music Director Bryan Parras, co-host and producer emeritus Liana Lopez, co-host and producer emeritus Lupe Mendez, Texas Poet Laureate, co-host, and producer emeritus Writer and activist Tony Diaz, El Librotraficante, hosts Latino Politics and News and the Nuestra Palabra Radio Show on 90.1 FM, KPFT, Houston's Community Station. He is also a political analyst on “What's Your Point?” on Fox 26 Houston. He is the author of the forthcoming book: The Tip of the Pyramid: Cultivating Community Cultural Capital. www.Librotraficante.com www.NuestraPalabra.org www.TonyDiaz.net Nuestra Palabra is funded in part by the BIPOC Arts Network Fund. Instrumental Music produced / courtesy of Bayden Records Website | baydenrecords.beatstars.com
Follower of One : Missions For The Rest Of Us
In 2011, Dr. Self Charlie Self asked the question, “What does a healthy Christian look like 24/7? Can we measure that?” Dr. Self and colleagues Johan Mostert, and Jame Bolds set out to figure out ways to articulate wholeness in Christ to help Christians grow in both their strengths and weaknesses. In 2013, they published an assessment tool to allow individuals to answer questions and receive a personal report. They've spent the last decade refining the work. Together, they wrote the book, “Life in 5D: A New Vision of Discipleship,” to describe their new vision for discipleship. In this episode of Follower of One, Dr. Charlie Self talks about the dynamic nature of discipleship. He shares how the book and assessment can be used as a tool to increase biblical outcomes in individuals and organizations. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... Learn more about Pastor and Professor Dr. Charlie Self [1:08] Learn about Life in 5D: A New Vision of Discipleship [5:51] The dynamic nature of discipleship [12:26] Your workplace is your ministry [14:02] “May I add value to one person today” [17:32] How “Life in 5D” can impact you personally [19:35] Everyone has the capacity to be influential [27:03] Learn more about Johan Mostert and Jame Bolds [28:59] Resources & People Mentioned Life in 5D: A New Vision of Discipleship by Dr. Charlie Self, Johan Mostert, and Jame Bolds Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization The Discipleship Dynamics Assessment Connect with Dr. Charlie Self Dr. Self's Website Friend on Facebook Subscribe to Follower of One: A Faith at Work Podcast Audio Production and Show Notes by - PODCAST FAST TRACK
This is the Book of Gates episodes (175 & 176) compiled into one big story. See episodes 175 and 176 for further details. Date: c.1305 BCE (first recorded appearance). Source: KV57, the tomb of Horemheb, and others. Music intro, interludes, and outro: Luke Chaos. Original compositions by Gorillaz, from the album "Demon Days." The Book of Gates Translations: J. C. Darnell and C. Manassa Darnell, The Ancient Egyptian Netherworld Books (2018). E. Hornung, Das Buch von den Pforten des Jenseits, I (1979). E. Hornung, Das Buch von den Pforten des Jenseits, II (1984). E. Hornung, The Egyptian Book of Gates, trans. T. Abt (2014). J. Zandee, ‘The Book of Gates', in Liber Amicorum: Studies in Honor of Professor Dr. C.J. Bleeker (1969), 282--324.
Caroline Moore talks with Dr. Colin Hill from TTU's College of Music. Colin talks about beginning his teaching career when he was a sophomore in college, the interaction with Tennessee Tech and the music scene in Nashville, going over the successful habits of musicians and what separates those to go be highly successful. Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart. Visit them at 215 S Jefferson Ave in Cookeville to see what they can do for your office News Talk 94.1 · Presented By Office Mart
Stories of Change & Creativity
University faculty share their research and expertise with various audiences. In doing so, faculty build a brand that promotes their own careers and the university they serve. On this episode, I talk with Regents' Professor Dr. Rodney E. Rohde - chair of the Clinical Laboratory Sciences program at Texas State University. When the pandemic hit, media outlets around the world were looking for answers about COVID 19. Journalists and news outlets turned to Distinguished Professor, Microbiologist, and Virologist Dr. Rodney E. Rohde. During our interview, we talk about how faculty can leverage their expertise for the benefit of their career and the university. BIO Rodney E. Rohde, PhD is a Texas State University System Regents' Professor, University Distinguished Professor, and Chair of the Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS) Program in the College of Health Professions at Texas State University. He also serves as Associate Director for the Translational Health Research Center. Dr. Rohde is a Global Fellow, Fellow of the Association of Clinical Scientists, and Honorary Professor of International studies. He is an ASCP board-certified Specialist in Virology, Microbiology and Molecular Biology. He spent a decade as a public health microbiologist and molecular epidemiologist with the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Bureau of Laboratories and Zoonosis Control Division prior to his academic career, including two terms as a CDC Visiting Scientist. His research interests include Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs), antimicrobial resistance, and clinical/public health microbiology especially zoonotic diseases (Rabies, Hantavirus, and others). He also continues to enjoy his role as an Associate Adjunct Professor of Biology with Austin Community College (28 years) where he teaches fundamentals of biology and microbiology courses.Dr. Rohde has published more than 80 research articles and abstracts, two books, and is a highly sought keynote presenter with over 100 international, national, and state conference presentations. During the #SARSCoV2 / #COVID19 pandemic, Doc R is the #1 quoted Texas State subject matter expert and has conducted over 150 interviews for podcasts, TV, newspapers, and internet sites as well as delivered dozens of webinars and workshops at the international, national, state, and local levels. Personal Website: https://rodneyerohde.wp.txstate.edu/TwitterLinkedinYouTube
In this inspiring interview, Dr. Stanley Andrisse shares his remarkable journey "From Prison Cells to PhD" with Dave Hollenbach, host of the show "From Embers to Excellence". Dr. Andrisse, an endocrinologist scientist and assistant professor at Howard University College of Medicine, talks about his experience as an inmate in a maximum-security prison and the psychological toll of the justice system that left him feeling hopeless and without a way forward.However, Dr. Andrisse's story takes a turn when a mentor recognized his hard work and determination and took him under his wing. Since then, Dr. Andrisse has made it his mission to help other inmates take the same path to success. He founded the non-profit organization "From Prison Cells to Ph.D." and is a board member of the Formerly Incarcerated College Graduates Network (FICGN).Dr. Andrisse also shares the personal story that led him to a career in endocrinology and researching diabetes. His passion for helping others, combined with his professional expertise, has earned him several service commitments, including being a youth mentor, motivational speaker, and community activist.Tune in to learn about how STEM-OPS chose Dr. Andrisse's non-profit to grant a 5-year, $5.2 million award and how he has dedicated his life to leadership excellence and making a positive impact on his community. Do not miss this captivating interview with a true trailblazer in science and social justice!https://www.fromprisoncellstophd.org/
Jagged with Jasravee : Cutting-Edge Marketing Conversations with Thought Leaders
Are we missing out on potential profits by not exploring your customers' willingness to pay more? How do we find the optimal price for your product? What is NeuroPricing ? How neuroscience can help us in finding the "Goldilocks price" for your product ? Can discounts trigger impulsive buying behavior? What is the science behind discount pricing strategies and their impact on consumer behaviour? How do we play the "The Invisible Game" of sales, using situational awareness, defensive and offensive strategies, and the Power of Free and the Power of Now ? Kai talks about the above questions and more as he takes us on a fascinating journey of neuropricing and B2B sales. Professor Dr. Kai-Markus Mueller is the mastermind behind NeuroPricing™ and the Professor of Consumer Behavior at HFU Business School, Furtwangen University. Kai is a scientist, coach, keynote speaker, and an author. With a PhD in Neural & Behavioral Sciences, Kai is also the director of Pricing Research at Neurensics, a member of several influential boards, and the founder of a startup. Please connect with Kai on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaimarkusmueller/ Please visit his website https://www.kai-markus-mueller.com Kai's book ,The Invisible Game on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Invisible-Game-Secrets-Science-Winning/dp/1394152981 Jagged with Jasravee is facilitated by Jasravee Kaur Chandra, Director- Brand Building, Research & Innovation at Master Sun, Consulting Brand of Adiva L Pvt. Ltd. Jasravee has over 20 years experience as a Strategic Brand Builder,Communications Leader and Entrepreneur. Please visit Jasravee at https://jasravee.com/ Connect with Jasravee on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasravee/ Email Jasravee at firstname.lastname@example.org Index 00:00 Preview & Introduction to Professor Dr. Kai-Markus Mueller 02:19 How Algorithmic Pricing Affects Perceived Value 08:51 Pricing Research for Starbuck Coffee -Could Sell at 33% Higher Price 09:19 NeuroPricing B2C Use Case : Frito Lay Pepsi 11:39 Selling Insurance - NeuroPricing B2B Use Case 13:49 Pricing Twitter with Elon Musk: A NeuroPricing Perspective 18:00 Neuroscience of Discounts: 70% Off on Neutralla Chocolate Spread in France 23:01 Fashion Industry Habituating Customers to Discounts 24:55 The Invisible Game of B2B Sales: Why Irrationality Plays a Bigger Role Than You Think 27:33 Psychology of Group Decisions : Why They're More Irrational Than Individual Ones 29:27 Situational Awareness in Sales: How a Salesperson Builds It to Increase Their Influence" 32:46 Anchoring: How It Influences Our Perception of Price and Value 36:05 Playing Defense: The Power of Saying No in Negotiations 40:26 Price = Maths + Story, Example of How Car Manufacturers Sell Metallic Colours & Finishes 44:35 Can You Taste the Price -How Pricing Affects Our Perception of Taste and Quality 47:11 Playing Offense: The Power of Influence in Sales 48:00 Choice Architecture: How It Determines Organ Donation Rates 50:23 The Power of Three: How Choice Architecture Can Influence Decision Making 54:10 Rapid Fire - Personally Speaking with Professor Dr. Kai-Markus Mueller 57:07 Connecting with Professor Dr. Kai-Markus Mueller Follow Jagged with Jasravee on Social Media Campsite One Link : https://campsite.bio/jaggedwithjasravee Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/jaggedwithjasravee Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/jagggedwith Jagged with Jasravee, is an initiative of Master Sun, the Consulting Brand of Adiva Lifestyle Pvt Ltd. #neuropricing #Pricingstrategy #NeuralPricing #pricingmatters #neuromarketing #consumerscience #Buyingdecisions #WinningDeals #OptimalPrice #Neuropsychology #ConsumerPsychology #choicearchitecture #consumerscience #B2Bselling #Discountpricingstrategy
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Catch Dr Tuscano as he breaks down some of the innovations and challenges around Cancers and treatments. Dr. Tuscano believes in high quality, innovative, and compassionate care of his patients. Dr. Tuscano believes in a team-based approach to patient care, utilizing expertise of nurses, pharmacists, social workers, and consultants to provide complete care for his patients. Clinical Interests Dr. Tuscano's areas of specialty include the treatment of leukemia, lymphoma, MDS, and multiple myeloma. He is also a member of the adult stem cell transplant team. Research/Academic Interests Dr. Tuscano has both basic/translation and clinical research interests that include the development of novel antibody and other immune-based therapeutics for hematologic malignancies. Division Hematology and Oncology Center/Program Affiliation Stem Cell Transplant Program UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center Stem Cell Research Program https://health.ucdavis.edu/cancer/team/201/joseph-tuscano---cancer---hematology-oncology---internal-medicine-sacramento/
The Civil Engineering Academy Podcast
Today's guest is Cal Poly professor Dr. Hani Alzraiee. Prior to academia, he spent 17+ years working as an engineer and project manager in heavy and complex projects in the oil and gas industry. In this episode, he talks about what he learned from his own experience, both in school and in the field, that you can apply to your own career. Tune in to Learn: The 2 biggest threats to labor productivity and your project's timeline A must-have in school so you can have a successful career afterwards What BIM really is — and how it'll change the future of civil engineering projects What is the PMP certification and how it can be valuable to your civil engineering career The best time to get your FE exam done Why you should have the PE license…even if you don't need it for your particular role His switch into the academic world — and how you can do the same if you want to The challenges of being a university professor you didn't know about Our Partners:Built Bar Namecheap Resources Mentioned:Cal Poly UniversityPMP CertificationDr. Hani Alzraiee's Paper Connect With Dr. Hani:LinkedIn Cal Poly's Faculty Page CEA Resources:WebsiteThe Ultimate Civil FE Review Course The Ultimate Civil PE Review CourseThe Ultimate Civil PE Depth Review CoursesFE and PE Practice ExamsFree Facebook CommunityYouTube ChannelFree NewsletterInstagramTwitterisaac@civilengineeringacademy.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/civilengineeringacademy/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/civilengineeringacademy/support
Dr. Michael Strauss, Physics Professor and CERN researcher studying Experimental Particle Physics, shares findings that demand answers as they relate to the creation of the universe and the unique existence of the earth. His time of teaching is followed by a Question and Answer time where audience members could submit their own questions. This was all done at the OU Baptist Collegiate Ministry in March of 2023.
How does storytelling affect the essence of products and brands? What does neuroscience have to do with Marketing? This week, we chat with Dr. Matt Johnson, a marketing professor, a neuroscientist, and author of Branding that Means Business: Building Enduring Bonds between Brands, Consumers & Markets. With a PhD in Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience from Princeton University, Matt's journey is full of interesting intersections: academia x corporate, the U.S. x China, and psychology x neuroscience x marketing.
Kate Linder was cast as Esther Valentine on The Young and the Restless 40 years ago, where she remains a key member of the top-rated daytime drama's cast. Kate's feature film credits include: Hysteria, Erased, Miss Meadows, Garry Marshall's Mother's Day, Charlie Matthau's The Book of Leah, and various others.Kate enjoys the best of two worlds -- on the air and in the air – because she never quit her pre-Young and the Restless weekend job as a United Airlines flight attendant, which she says keeps her grounded.Born in Pasadena, California, Kate entered dance classes at 3. By the time she finished high school, she'd appeared in major singing and dancing roles in Promises, Promises, Threepenny Opera, L'il Abner, Jesus Christ Superstar, and many more.Following graduation from San Francisco State University with a degree in Theater Arts, Kate worked part-time at the University, which is where she met her husband, Professor Dr. Ronald Linder, who subsequently joined the Public Health and Medicine faculty at UCLA. After settling in Los Angeles, Kate broke into TV with sitcom and drama guest-starring roles, including starring in Cotillion '65 as a dance teacher with a dual life that won multiple film festival awards.Kate became the celebrity spokesperson for the ALS Association following her brother-in-law's diagnosis. She spends most holidays serving food at the L.A. Mission. And she was on many USO tours with the late Johnny Grant, spending Thanksgivings visiting troops in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Korea, Guantanamo Bay and Fort Hood.Kate and Robin Wyss debuted Kate's charity OpportuniTea in 1998 in Vancouver, featuring her Young and Restless castmates. Kate's teas also benefit the March of Dimes Canada's Conductive Education® program in Toronto and Calgary.Kate was elected to two terms as the Television Academy's Governor of Daytime Programming Peer Group and was elected to multiple terms as a SAG-AFTRA board member.In April 2008, Kate received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The No-Till Market Garden Podcast
Hey fellow passengers, it's Mimi. My most sincere hope is that, by now, I'm growing on you, not unlike a fungus. You know what they say, falling in love is like eating mushrooms, ‘you never know if it's the real thing until it's too late.' Today, my guest is Dr. Michael Beug. If you don't know who he is, you may be familiar with some of his proteges, including Paul Stamets, and many others who studied under Dr. Beug. He taught chemistry, mycology, and organic farming at Evergreen State Collage in Olympia, WA, for 32 years, now retired, but that hasn't slowed him down! He's had a very interesting career and I can't wait for you to hear some of those stories from his life. Fungi are so critical to everything that we do in agriculture. They synthesize a truly limitless array of secondary metabolites and have played a role in the great phylogenetic tree of life since it crept out of the ocean. Dr. Beug is very passionate about the intersection between fungi, chemistry, agriculture, and the particular moment in which we all find ourselves in the modern age. Mentioned in the show... Take Podcast Host Natalie's Survey! Mushrooms of Cascadia Ascomycete Fungi of North America Folks who make the show possible... Real Organic Project for a whole farm certification program to distinguish crops grown in health soils. RIMOL Greenhouses quality greenhouses and high-tunnels. Johnny's Selected Seeds vegetable, flower, and cover crop seeds. Tilth Soil amazing compost-based living potting soils and soil blends. ... and, as always, our work is powered by the folks who support us every month over at patreon.com/notillgrowers, you can pick up a copy of The Living Soil Handbook if you don't have one already, as well as a No-Till Growers hat, and you can ask you questions or share your insights into ecological market gardening on our brand new forum at notillgrowers.community.chat
Dr. Ken Jackson is a tenured professor of English and Shakespeare at Wayne State University and this week, he joined The Bragman Breakdown! Dr. Jackson chats with Jackson about a wide range of deep philosophical topics including the role religion plays in society's code of ethics, what makes a good person, and the impossibility of the gift. Really fun pod this week. Huge thanks to Dr. Jackson for coming on and I hope you guys enjoy! For more Bragman Breakdown content, follow us on social media:Instagram: https://instagram.com/bragmanbreakdownpod?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@bragman_breakdown?_t=8UTfP6R9XgM&_r=1
The most popular class at The University of Washington is Psych 210: The Diversity of Human Sexuality. Kelly sits down with the professor, Dr. Nicole McNichols to find out what's on the curriculum. You can find Dr. Nicole McNichols on Instagram @nicole_thesexprofessor Note: Graphic discussion of sexuality with a psychologist and sex educator. Additional discussion of suicide and eating disorders. Special thanks to The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations for supporting this series.
Jason DeRusha talks with University of St. Thomas Professor of Social Work at the Morrison Family College of Health Dr. Roberto Aspholm, about recent efforts across the Twin Cities to expand programs that integrate social workers with police, how he has personally been impacted by gun violence specifically for responding to those in mental crisis, and more.
Wealth Planning for the Modern Physician
In this episode, plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Bartlett joins David to discuss his career, academic and private practice, financial decisions and more. Richard begins with his background—where he grew up, what got him interested in medicine and surgery in particular—and his lack of interest in finances as he went through medical and surgical training. Richard explains the process for choosing his first job, including the benefit of learning to “balance the books” even in an academic setting. He and David then cover his 15 years as an academic surgeon, what he learned financially in creating a plastics foundation from scratch, as well as his decision to create a private practice and the value of “being a good citizen” in making that transition easier. Richard then spends a few minutes relating the types of financial advice he gives to fellows at Harvard and the advice he would give to all doctors. Learn more about our guest, including additional show notes and more, by visiting www.physicianswealthpodcast.com.
When was the last time you experienced a sense of awe in nature? Feeling awe is something many outdoor users chase. But can you even define the experience of awe? Or is it one of things where you just know it when you see it? Where can you best find it? And what are the benefits of spending time outside purposefully chasing the feeling? Professor Dr. Dacher Keltner joins us in this episode to tackle those questions and more. Leaning on research and advice included in his new book “Awe: the new science of wonder and how it can transform your life,” Dacher guides us into an understanding of the what, how and why of chasing awe outside. Listen now. Connect with this episode: Read “Awe: the new science of wonder and how it can transform your life” (affiliate link) Visit Dr. Dacher Keltner's website Learn about the Greater Good Science Center Join the Humans Outside Challenge Follow Humans Outside on Instagram Follow Humans Outside on Facebook Some of the good stuff: [2:52] Dacher Keltner's favorite outdoor space [3:35] How Dacher became someone who likes to go outside [6:47] Can we define awe? [9:12] How to experience awe in ways that are not specific to going outside [11:52] How the “eight wonders of life” are all tied to nature anyway [13:34] Do humans have a need for wild awe? [15:36] Why don't we talk about the importance of awe? [20:01] Can you create an awe habit? [21:26] Is there such a thing as an awe muscle? [23:34] What does noticing have to do with it? [26:28] The difference between “awe” and “wonder” [28:04] Tips for finding and keeping an awe habit [30:18] Dacher's favorite moment of outdoor awe
Die Flowgrade Show mit Max Gotzler
In dieser Folge spreche ich ein erneutes Mal mit dem Papst der Mikronährstoffe Professor Dr. Elmar Wienecke, der mich durch seine Interpretation meiner Mikronährstoffanalyse führt. In der Episode erfährst du, was eine umfangreiche diagnostische Analyse meines Blutes, Urins und Speichels über meine Schilddrüsengesundheit verrät, wie mein Stressprofil aussiehelt und was ein Biohacker wie ich noch so alles optimieren kann (und schonmal vorab: es gibt doch mehr als erwartet). Dazu gibt es natürlich viele wertvolle Informationen rund um Mikronährstoffe, personalisierte Nahrungsergänzung. Viel Spaß! Wer ist Prof. Dr. Elmar Wienecke? Prof. Dr. Elmar Wienecke ist ein erfahrener Sportwissenschaftler und Doktor im Bereich Sportmedizin/Kardiologie/Trainings- und Bewegungslehre. Er ist Geschäftsführender Gesellschafter der SALUTO Gesellschaft für Sport und Gesundheit sowie wissenschaftlicher Leiter von Energy for Health. Prof. Wienecke besitzt auch eine Fußballtrainerlizenz und hat Mannschaften in der Regionalliga und kurz in der 2. Bundesliga trainiert und betreuet, einschließlich der amerikanischen Fußballnationalmannschaft unter Jürgen Klinsmann. Heute betreut er viele erfolgreiche Spitzensportler, einschließlich Olympiasieger und Welt- und Europameister. Einer seiner bedeutendsten Verdienste ist die Gründung des ersten Masterstudiengangs in Mikronährstofftherapie & Regulationsmedizin an der Fachhochschule des Mittelstands in Bielefeld. Für seine herausragenden Forschungsergebnisse, Entwicklungen und praktische Umsetzungen in der Mikronährstofftherapie wurde er mit dem Innovationspreis der Stiftung für Gesundheit und Umwelt ausgezeichnet. Weitere Informationen zu Prof. Dr. Elmar Wienecke und seiner Arbeit findest du auf auf der SALUTO Webseite. Willst du deine Mikronährstoffe messen lassen? Wenn du selbst eine ausführliche Anamnese deiner Mikronährstoffe mit Energy for Health durchführen lassen willst, dann findest du Testkits zur Analyse deines Stressprofils, deines Stoffwechsels oder auch deiner Zeugungsfähigkeit auf der Unternehmenswebseite. Verwende den Code FLOWGRADE beim Checkout und du erhältst 5% Rabatt auf deine Bestellung. Klicke hier zum Energy for Health Shop Diese Episode der Flowgrade Show wird unterstützt von Athletic Greens AG1 Wenn ich dir nur ein EINZIGES Supplement empfehlen könnte, um deinen grundlegenden Nährstoffbedarf zu decken, dann ist es AG1 von Athletic Greens. Ich verwende das Produkt seit beinahe 10 Jahren und seit meinem Interview mit dem Gründer Chris Ashenden bin ich noch ein größerer Fan der Firma und des Produktes AG1 geworden. Denn genau wie viele andere erfolgreiche Unternehmer hat Chris die optimale Lösung für seine eigenen Probleme gesucht und erschaffen. Ein einziger Messlöffel AG1 ist vollgepackt mit 75 essentiellen Vitaminen, Mineralstoffen, Probiotika und Adaptogenen. AG1 deckt damit die Lücken einer ausgewogenen Ernährung. Wenn du deinem Körper die Bausteine für möglichst viele Flow-Momente liefern willst, dann nutze unser Angebot für deine erste Ladung AG1 von Athletic Greens und sichere dir nicht nur einen Special-Preis sondern auch eine Willkommensbox (mit Monatspackung, Vorratsdose und Shaker), einer Jahresration Vitamin D3 und 5 Travel Packs! Besonders auf Reisen gewährleisten die Travel Packs, dass du immer nur einen Griff von wichtigen Nährstoffen entfernt bist. Ich selbst bin ein großer Fan davon und habe sie eigentlich immer in der Tasche. Klicke hier, um dir dein AG1 Partnerangebot zu sichern Die Flowgrade Show mit Max Gotzler wird dir präsentiert von Flowgrade Wir bei Flowgrade haben eine einfache Mission: Wir wollen dir helfen, wieder in den Flow zu kommen, damit du dir ein Leben voller Freiheit und Möglichkeiten erschaffen kannst. Besuche uns gerne auf unserer Webseite und folge uns auf den sozialen Medien: Webseite: https://www.flowgrade.de Instagram: https://www.flowgrade.de/insta Facebook: https://www.flowgrade.de/fb Apple Podcasts: https://www.flowgrade.de/apple Spotify: https://www.flowgrade.de/spotify Youtube: https://www.flowgrade.de/yt Eine Übersicht aller bisherigen Flowgrade Show Episoden findest du auf https://www.flowgrade.de/podcast Go for Flow.
Who knew that in 2023, one of the hottest topics in the news would be groceries? Yet, here we are. And who better to speak with about this wide-ranging topic than a guy who calls himself The Food Professor? Dr. Sylvain Charlebois works in the Agri-Foods Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University. He's also the host of the popular Food Professor Podcast. We talked about the state of grocery prices, avian flu, lab-grown meat and much more.
Dr. Roberto Vicinanza MD and PhD and instructional associate professor of gerontology at the USC Leonard Davis School, and a specialist in geriatric medicine, joins us for a conversation about healthy aging, including tips on how to keep the body and mind functioning for as long as possible. Quotes from this episode On the importance of setting small goals "People may have all the good intentions, but they might set up goals that are too ambitious and then when they don't reach that goal, they feel frustrated, and they quit… We have to let them understand that goals must be small…So, an apple a day. We have to eat the apple a day and be happy and recognize when we reach three or four days in a row that we are eating the apple, right? So celebrate the success even of small, very small goals." On keeping your diet simple "Diets cannot be too restrictive for a long period of time. The majority of people will give up. It is important that diet needs to be easy to follow, but at the same time needs to be healthy. When we talk about a simple diet, we are now referring on something that needs to be easy to follow, but also simple in terms of the way we make food. So we have to eat in a very simple way. So, avoiding ingredients that are maybe tasty, but not that healthy. And sometimes they also cover the, the real flavor of, of food. We have this tendency to add always sauces and creams and other things on food that actually cover the real flavor of food and also contain a lot of saturated fatty acids, heat and sodium, sometimes sugar. So, we increase these calories by adding something that we don't really need. Diet must be simple in terms of the type of diet that we have, but also in the way we cook and prepare dishes." On the benefits of the Mediterranean diet "So, the results that, that we have referred to the traditional Mediterranean diet, which is characterized by high consumptions of fruits and vegetables, cereals, legumes, extra virgin olive oil, nuts, and a moderate intake of fish, and a low intake of dairy products and meat products. So, we do have robust evidence suggesting that high adherence to these dietary patterns is linked to positive health outcomes, in particular for cardiovascular diseases, dyslipidemia and diabetes. But another important result was that the adherence to Mediterranean diet was inversely associated with a number of medications. So, patient who were more adherent to Mediterranean diet, they also used less medication. Another interesting observation that we found was related to depressive symptoms and comorbidity. When we analyze our data, we found out that the relationship between comorbidity and depressive symptom was high in older adults…In patients with higher adherence with Mediterranean diet, this correlation was weaker. When Mediterranean diet adherence declines, this relationship was stronger. So Mediterranean diet played seems to play a crucial role in mediating the relationship between the presence of comorbidity and depressive symptoms." On the importance of physical activity "Although we don't have big clinical trials on physical activity, we have small, randomized control trials showing that certain level of physical activity, may have some benefits in terms of improving the cardiovascular health and, utilization of glucose in the muscle in modulating inflammation, improved cognitive function and physical performance. Some of the benefits that we have from being active and also exercise regularly include an improvement in the cardiac output improving the health of the heart by improving cardiac contractility, oxygen uptake. And we know that we don't have to do long sessions of exercise or being extreme physically active. Already, if we walk between 45 to 75, 85 minutes a week, we can already see some benefits. Of course, the more we exercise, the more benefits we see, but at some point we reach a plateau." On sarcopenia "With the aging process, there is a decline in our muscle mass, strength and also performance. And this phenomenon is called sarcopenia. The level of physical activity, the changes in the hormones that occurs in older adults the amount of proteins that we eat when we are old all of these factors may contribute to the onset of sarcopenia, and also the progression of some sarcopenia. In terms of dietary intervention for sarcopenia, it is important in older adults to maintain an adequate protein intake. Recent studies suggest that older adults need to ingest between one to 1.2, 1.3 gram per kilogram a day of protein to sustain their muscle mass and functionality. And this amount can also be adjusted based on the body composition." On weight management "Weight management is a complex problems and obesity is a complex condition that can lead to health problems, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes ... but weight is not the only parameter that we should take into consideration when we talk about weight loss in particularly in older adults. So, it's not only important to monitor the fat content and the weight, but also evaluate the composition of the weight. There is some studies and meta-analysis conducted in older adults showing that even if the BMI is likely higher in older adults, this is not really associated with overall risk of mortality. So, on the other hand, if the BMI is low, below 22 or 23, the risk for mortality increased. Why that happened and why this has been observed, because of course, malnutrition may have some serious consequences in older adults. Weight fluctuations is another risk factor. So not only being underweight, but also this fluctuation of weight in older adults may have a negative effect. So, it's good to have a stable weight, preserve our muscle mass, do not rely only on the weight on the scale, and have an evaluation of the body composition. " On stress "Stress is an adaptive mechanism that allows the body to perform better in certain circumstances and situations, and to cope with temporary threats. However, when process become chronic these adaptive mechanisms of the body become destructive. Chronic activation of stress can alter our metabolism, can disrupt our endocrine system, including the reproduction, the reproductive system, glucose metabolism, but it can also affect our immune system and other many cell function. And all of these can accelerate the aging process. Now we also known that chronic stress may affect also our chromosomes. A large body of evidence has linked stress with shorter telomeres, and shorter telomeres are associated with cellular, aging, inflammation and chronic diseases." On healthy aging "Aging is a dynamic and complex process where biological, psychological, environmental, and behavioral factors are involved. And the complex interactions of these factors explain, at least in part why there is significant inter-individual variability in the way we age. But it also suggests that modification of some of these factors, when possible, can also slow down the aging process. I think that we cannot feel satisfied by considering healthy aging only when there is absence of disease. I think we should be a little bit more ambitious and consider aging as a physiological process that despite all the biological changes that occurred during this process, allow us to maintain an adequate physical, mental, and social wellbeing by preserving not only our basic functions, but also our functional reserve and functional capacity as long as possible. This will have a tremendous impact not only in terms of quality of life, but also or our loved ones and the community will live."
The Competing for Christ Podcast
Have you ever thought about sports from a sociological perspective? Probably not, as I didn't think about it until I took a course at Covenant College entitled Sociology of Sport! This class completely challenged me as an athlete, and at times, it made me resent the professor because of what he was saying about the sports I loved to watch and play!But this course taught me how to look at sports from an entirely different lens, and shifted my gaze to see sports not as an idol in my life, but something that I love to do and glorify God through. The sociology of sport is something that we may never talk about as athletes, but it's worth having the conversation as it may help you as a Christian athlete. Dr. Matthew Vos, Professor of Sociology and Department Chair at Covenant College, comes on the show today to discuss how we can take a sociological perspective into athletics. Listen out for these key topics:The relationship between sociology and sportHarms of the 2022 FIFA World Cup "Sports build character"Pitfalls of youth athleticsThe good and bad sides of competitionRelating the sports that we love to our relationship with ChristCheck out our NEW website!Make sure to subscribe and follow the show!
In this episode, I speak with an associate professor from the University of the Cumberlands, Dr. Laura Schmuldt, who was my professor for the Group Counseling course, and Ph.D. student Elisa Pellegrino, who was the group facilitator for my Group Counseling course. We spoke all about Group Counseling and its benefits! This was a very special episode. Not only because I had the privilege to speak with a professor from my university but also because it was the first time I interviewed two people simultaneously on the show. Such a great conversation. Thank you, Dr. S and Elisa, for taking the time to speak with me. I learned a lot from our conversation, and I am sure others will also! Did you like this episode? If so, please rate it and subscribe to the show on Spotify and Apple Podcast. Thank you! Connect with me on Instagram - @student.counselor.podcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vitorcsouza14/support
Last November, Maria Hinojosa visited Howard University in Washington, DC to celebrate its inaugural Democracy Summit. The Summit was organized by the Center for Journalism and Democracy, which was founded by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones. Maria sat down with journalist Jodi Rave Spotter Bear and historian Kathy Roberts Forde for a panel discussion about the history of journalistic blindspots and how the mainstream media often fails to see the dangers of white nationalism. It was one of many panel discussions that took place that day. We bring you an edited version of the conversation, moderated by Professor Dr. Jason Johnson.
Today, a conversation about the life of Martin Luther King Jr with the one man chosen to publish his papers. Professor Dr. Clayborn Carson takes us beyond the famous speeches to understand the man behind the civil rights movement, and his real dream that America has yet to fulfill.
This podcast covers - 1. Philosophical underpinnings of meritocracy in China and India 2. Contemporary debates about how to overcome obstacles to meritocracy and prognoses for the future 3. Actionable insights on building more equitable and meritocratic organisations and institutions Tarun Khanna is the Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor at the Harvard Business School. For almost three decades, he has studied entrepreneurship as a means to social and economic development in emerging markets. At HBS since 1993, after obtaining degrees from Princeton and Harvard, he has taught courses on strategy, international business and economic development to undergraduate and graduate students and senior executives.
SBS Bosnian - SBS na bosanskom jeziku
At the end of last year, Dr. Karavdić became a member of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and on this great occasion, he was a guest in our program today. Doctor Munib Karavdić is the executive director of WAVE Design Consulting and an associate professor of design and innovation at the University of NSW in Sydney. - Krajem prošle godine dr Karavdić je postao član Akademije nauka i umjetnosti BiH i tim velikim povodom gostovao u našem današnjem programu. Inače, doktor Munib Karavdić je izvršni direktor kompanije WAVE Design Consulting i vanredni profesor dizajna i inovacija na NSW University u Sydneyu.
Dr. Rishe joins "The Opening Drive" to talk about the economics of bowl games, if there are too many bowl games right now, how the rating for the games still make it look good, his doubts around the profits that are made by these bowls corporate partners, the real mover behind all these bowl games and how the future of the playoff and bowl games could change.
In this podcast we cover - 1. The evolution of tech platforms from utopian marketplaces to cloud empires 2. Lessons from history of economic power and collective action for democratisation 3. The role of entrepreneurs and small business in making tech platforms democratic and accountable. Vili Lehdonvirta is Professor of Economic Sociology and Digital Social Research at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. His research examines how digital technologies are used to reshape the organization of economic activities in society, from gig platforms to online marketplaces and virtual currencies to crowdfunding. What are the implications to workers, entrepreneurs, and states, and how can this digital economy be governed? Lehdonvirta's book Cloud Empires: How digital platforms are overtaking the state and how we can regain control was published by MIT Press in September 2022. His previous book Virtual Economies: Design and analysis is published by MIT Press and translated to Chinese and Japanese. Lehdonvirta has authored and co-authored over 30 peer-reviewed articles published in journals such as Socio-Economic Review, Sociology, and Journal of Management.
Movement By Lara: Redefining Yoga
"The research is clear. Our relationships are the biggest determinant of our happiness, yet we're never taught how to do them."Dr. Alexandra Solomon is a teacher, therapist, and author of two books. She has become one of today's most trusted voices in the world of relationships, and her work on relational self awareness has reached millions of people around the world.In this episode, Dr. Solomon talks with Lara about the importance of relational self-awareness and how it is the key to happiness in relationships. She explains that it is important to understand how our experiences in childhood shape our relationship with ourselves and how those patterns show up in our adult relationships. Listen in for Dr. Solomon's tactics and thoughts on longer-term work such as journaling, therapy, and self-reflection.In this episode, you will learn the following:How our relationships with ourselves shape our relationships with othersHow our early experiences shape our adult relationshipsHow you can identify your Relationship SuperpowerResources Mentioned:Dr. Alexandra Solomon's Website - http://dralexandrasolomon.com/Dr. Solomon's Podcast - Reimagining Love - https://dralexandrasolomon.com/podcast/Dr. Solomon's Books - Loving Bravely: 20 Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want and Taking Sexy Back: How to Own Your Sexuality & Create the Relationships You Want - https://dralexandrasolomon.com/book/Relationship Superpower Quiz - https://dralexandrasolomon.com/rsa-quiz/Connect with the Guest:Instagram - @dr.alexandra.solomonConnect with LYT Daily and Lara Heimann:Instagram Lara Heimann - https://www.instagram.com/lara.heimann/Facebook Lara Heimann - https://www.facebook.com/lara.f.heimannInstagram LYT Yoga - https://www.instagram.com/lytyogamethod/Facebook LYT Yoga - https://www.facebook.com/lytyogamethodSponsor: Get 20% off Naboso products at www.naboso.com with code LYTYOGA. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Each Christmas season, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and others across the world, turn their thoughts to the town of Bethlehem and the traditional interpretation of the Nativity. This episode of the Church News podcast features Dr. Matthew Grey, a professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University. He shares historical insights and biblical context on the village of Bethlehem, the archaeology and practices of Jewish daily life, and the religious and political atmosphere that existed in this area at the time of the Savior's birth. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You might be wondering how someone transitions from scientist with a tenured professorship at a major research university to uncovering hidden truths with paint and brushes. Dr. Robin Davisson's career is as interesting, unpredictable and exciting as her abstract expressionist paintings. Robin recently left a 25-year career as a biomedical scientist in academia to pursue her passion for painting--a startling and exhilarating second act! She just opened StudioLab RD, a new and unique creative hub where they are creating connection through art in the heart of Georgetown, in Washington, DC. Robin started her professional life as a biomedical scientist in the field of molecular physiology. Her work over nearly three decades contributed in major ways to our understanding of the control of the circulation in health and disease, relevant to disorders as varied as high blood pressure, heart failure and obesity. She was honored with many major national and international awards by her scientific peers and was an endowed professor at Cornell University. She is currently Professor Emerita at Cornell and Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Georgetown University. Throughout this award-winning career, Robin's passionate avocation was textile art, including spinning, natural dyeing, knitting and weaving. Eventually, the pull of art was irresistible, and she decided to close her research laboratories to devote her efforts completely to abstract painting. She is an alumna of multiple programs at The Penland School as well as numerous other online and in-person art courses. Robin's lyrical, process-driven work is rooted in eclectic curiosity and the material surprises she discovers working with her finely-developed visual vocabulary. Her debut exhibition opened at Calloway Fine Art in Georgetown, Washington, DC in Spring of 2021, where she continues to show. Robin is currently one of three finalists for the 2022 DC Mayor's Arts Awards in the Emerging Creative category. This spring Davisson opened a unique new creative hub in Georgetown called StudioLab RD. Visitors to StudioLab can browse available art, flip through her art library and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea on the studio's sun-filled street level. Upstairs, guests can watch Davisson at work, from testing ideas in her sketchbook and prepping canvases, to mixing and applying paints and discerning the final touches on completed pieces. Davisson is accessible and available to chat with visitors and exchange ideas. She often gives observers a chance to explore their creativity. Her intention is to explore the creative process together. Salons, a creative-in-residence program and other offerings are also currently in the works. Today, Robin follows her intuition. She describes it as a combination of her history, her emotions and her intellect. She recognizes that, for her, it took a lifetime to develop and follow her intuition. You can learn more about her work here: www.robindavissonart.com @robindavissonart @studiolab_rd --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-leonard-olsen/support
Doing Divorce Right (or Avoiding it Altogether).
SEX TIPS & ADVICE BACKED BY RESEARCH...yes, please! My dear friend and colleague Dr. Nicole McNichols, Human Sexuality Professor joins me today for one of my most insightful conversations. Fostering positive convos around sex and relationships Professor for the largest class in University of Washington history! Happily married mom of three I'm bringing you the BEST of the best on the Doing Relationships Right podcast! It's answering all your burning questions about sex & relationships! Whether you are looking to improve your sexual pleasure, strengthen your relationships or understand the most current, research-backed information about gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other human sexuality-related topic, Dr. Nicole has the answers. Dr. Nicole received her undergraduate degree from Cornell University in 1997, her Masters's in Psychology at NYU in 2003, and her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Washington in 2009. In addition to being a professor, Nicole writes bi-weekly for Psychology Today and is a TEDx speaker and frequent contributor to other publications, news sources, and podcasts. "I have found that to be truly sex-positive, sex education must be empowering. It has to be collaborative, NOT authoritative, to promote trust and a free exchange of ideas." ~Dr. Nicole McNichols Thank you, Dr. Nicole, for sharing your wisdom and excellent insights with my listeners; such an essential and often misconstrued topic.