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Last Thursday, San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced that the latest Covid surge in San Francisco, which was fueled by the highly transmissible Omicron variant, was on a downward trend, having peaked in early January. This welcome news comes as San Francisco shifts its thinking on Covid. According to the city's Department of Public Health, the goal is not to stop Covid infections, but rather to focus on preventing worse outcomes like severe illness, hospitalization and death. We'll get an update from Dr. Naveena Bobba, the department's deputy director, about how the city is handling Covid and how San Francisco's approach could influence state policy.
We have an awesome show for you this week! Jennifer Anderson from Kids Eat in Color is here. She is talking about all things feeding kids! Jennifer started out on Instagram wanting to connect with other moms who were struggling to feed their kids a well rounded diet. Her community grew and so did her knowledge, and before she knew it she had 1.6 million followers! How did my kid become a picky eater despite my best effort with baby-led weaning? Jennifer drops a truth bomb on us…its a myth. Laci wonders why her kids are picky eaters and it might just have something to do with genetics. We love Jennifer's explanation of this! What is an extremely picky eater? Crystal tells the story about her daughter not eating anything at preschool for a year! Jennifer explains how to help a child branch out from the few foods they will eat to be able to adapt to new foods. One day they like a food, the next they don't, the foods can't touch, the foods need to be mixed…help! I had a great eater and now they are two and won't eat anything! Do you have a healthy foundation? It starts with taking the pressure off of your kid. Instead, focus on coming together and giving your kid the food or foods they will eat. Keep the pressure low by having the new food on the table. It's there, they see it, and eventually, they might try it! What is an age appropriate amount of time at the table? Hint - it's probably short. Jennifer's tip is to start with a timer. Set it to a small amount of time and move the timer up to find the max attention span. When you're done, you're done! The dreaded snacking… Ellen discusses her struggles with snacks at home, what she offers, and how this interferes with mealtime. What's the best solution? Jennifer breaks this down… its a cultural thing in the U.S. and in fact too much snacking can interfere with their natural hunger cues. Tune in to hear her best tips! Jennifer talks about the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program and how this public health initiative is helping families thrive. She addresses some common misconceptions about WIC and how this program can be best utilized. What is a food desert? Simply put, it is a lack of access to a variety of healthy foods. This can be urban or rural. Jennifer breaks down the dynamics that make up a food desert and explains the misconceptions around poverty. Everyone is sick. It's that time of the year. How do I keep my kid as healthy as possible? Jennifer talks about how important hydration is. She explains that kids will lose their appetite when they are sick, but keeping them hydrated is key. Their appetite will come back. Ease back into their normal diet and avoid any special diet or new foods. Hear her opinion on elderberry! So many nuggets of info on this episode! Follow Jennifer for more tips: Website: https://kidseatincolor.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kids.eat.in.color/ Freebies: Mom's budget-friendly guide to getting picky eaters to try new foods Baby-led weaning is the next 'breast is best,' but it's not the only option. Here are 3 tips for introducing solids to your child. Baby-Led Weaning is Becoming the New 'Breast is Best'—But It's Time to Squash Both About Jennifer Anderson: Jennifer Anderson is a registered dietitian with a master of science in public health from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She is the founder and CEO of Kids Eat In Color - the leading resource for helping get kids on the path to eating better without the mealtime battles. About Kids Eat in Color Jennifer Anderson is the founder of Kids Eat in Color. Kids Eat in Color is now a team of experts that helps parents end food battles and teach their kids to try new foods. Jennifer has been featured on Good Morning America, Insider, Parents giving perspective and highlighting social discrepancies as it pertains to access to food and resources and the harm of misinformation in child nutrition. The Better Bites course is our online program for parents who want to decrease their stress and get their child on the road to eating more foods. Follow the hosts on Instagram - @mslacilea @ellenlauletta @stl_injector Email: email@example.com Facebook: Scrub Caps and Sippy Cups Instagram: @heysmartmommas
This episode of Public Health Epidemiology Conversations is one in a series of special sponsored episodes where we learn about Tribal Epidemiology Centers. We talk to Lucinda Cowboy, from the Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center about how she got into public health, what her work involves, and why she's motivated to help the communities that she does. She translates the beautiful sayings from her mother tongue that inspire her in her work and describes the importance of framing your work within a specific community. We discuss the benefits of having community members represented on the boards of epidemiology centers, and how she combines her indigenous knowledge with the western knowledge she was taught, to help the community. Lucinda ends the episode with two key pieces of advice for students, followed by Dr. Huntley's reflections on the conversation. Join us for another fascinating episode! Visit the PHEC Podcast Show Notes: https://PHECPodcast.com/ Grab Your FREE 10-Page PHEC Podcast eBook: https://mypublichealthcareer.com/ Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO: https://PublicHealthEXPO.com/
“While use of additional boosters can be part of contingency plans, repeated vaccinations within short intervals would not represent a sustainable long-term strategy,” the EMA's head of vaccines strategy, Marco Cavaleri, said. Boosters “can be done once, or maybe twice, but it's not something that we can think should be repeated constantly,”
“While use of additional boosters can be part of contingency plans, repeated vaccinations within short intervals would not represent a sustainable long-term strategy,” the EMA's head of vaccines strategy, Marco Cavaleri, said. Boosters “can be done once, or maybe twice, but it's not something that we can think should be repeated constantly,”
Episode 100 - Health Heroes we did it! We reached 100 episodes… Amazing!!! Thank you for all of your support in listening to this show and sharing this podcast with friends and family. I am super excited about all of the life-changing stories that many of you have emailed us. Episode 99 as an example was a story of Cody Smith, a navy veteran that severed his spinal cord and our products delivered him a huge win for his health and quality of life. His story was so inspirational that I had him on as a guest. Maybe you're next? If you have had a great result with the products or the information we have shared we would love to hear from you and share your story too if it's a fit. In this special episode joining us was Sam Tripoli, Charlie Robinson, and Pat Miletich discuss how we as working people can Defend & Protect Public Health. A big shout out to those three gentlemen for making time in their busy schedules to join and share. I hope you enjoy the show and more importantly be inspired to know that one, yes you y see can rebuild your health and we have the tools and knowledge here at ChemicalFreeBody.com to help you and make it simple. And two, if you want to connect with other working-class people to create the true change you now have a path with myself and the 60,000 other working-class people at the www.TruthFreedomHealth.com movement. Thank you again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To connect with Sam Tripoli https://samtripoli.com/ To connect with Charlie Robinson http://theoctopusofglobalcontrol.com/ To connect with Pat Miletich https://selfdefensewarrior.com/ P.S. If you feel like you're stuck with your health and you want to break free permanently, grab one of our Saving Bundles (They Are basically a Detox Nutrition Clinic in a Box) then join our Private Group Coaching Community every Wednesday at 6 pm PST 9 pm EST. Click here to pick your bundle and get started! Check Out Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit: Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” save 15% CLICK HERE Non-Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The burgeoning field of precision public health is a tech-centric approach that looks to target public-health interventions to the specific people who need them.Precision approaches are taking off and its advocates say this concept promises to save money and lives. However, other researchers are concerned that as funders provide huge amounts of money for precision-public-health initiatives, the focus will be taken away from conventional public health approaches that could improve the lives of millions.This is an audio version of our feature: Is precision public health the future — or a contradiction? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Part 1 of 2. Collapse of the COVID Public Health Narrative, & the Gathering Storm. Dr. Bret Weinstein Speaks with Dr. Chris Martenson. https://youtu.be/aOT6nzzKrO8 72,584 views Streamed live on Jan 22, 2022 Bret Weinstein 411K subscribers Bret Speaks with Chris Martenson on the subject of tyranny, the march on Washington, Find Chris Martenson on Twitter: @chrismartenson Find Chris at Peak Prosperity: https://www.peakprosperity.com/ ***** Find Bret Weinstein on Twitter: @BretWeinstein, and on Patreon. Please subscribe to this channel for more long form content like this, and subscribe to the clips channel @DarkHorse Podcast Clips for short clips of all our podcasts. Check out the DHP store! Epic tabby, digital book burning, saddle up the dire wolves, and more: store.darkhorsepodcast.org Theme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music. HELP ACU SPREAD THE WORD! Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks. Forward this show to friends. Ways to subscribe to the American Conservative University Podcast Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FM Player Podcast Addict Tune-in Podcasts Pandora Look us up on Amazon Prime …And Many Other Podcast Aggregators and sites Please help ACU by submitting your Show ideas. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks.
With canceled plans, restaurants shuttering and talk of school shutdowns, the experience of the Covid pandemic can sometimes feel like two steps forward, one step back. And it's not helped by changing (and sometimes confusing) guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the lack of key resources like at-home rapid tests, and the misinformation that abounds from Dr. Google.So in this conversation, Kara Swisher turns to two experts to answer our burning questions about the latest wave: Dr. Ashish Jha is a physician and the dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, and Emily Oster is an economist at Brown who has been collecting data on how schools respond to the pandemic.Jha and Oster answer Kara's questions on everything from medical misinformation and the Biden administration's pandemic responses to the costs of rapid testing. They speak in detail about schools and the effects the pandemic has had on the mental health of parents and children. And they discuss what's needed for the country to prepare for the next variant, whenever it arrives.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more information for all episodes at nytimes.com/sway, and you can find Kara on Twitter @karaswisher.
Part 2 of 2. Collapse of the COVID Public Health Narrative, & the Gathering Storm. Dr. Bret Weinstein Speaks with Dr. Chris Martenson. https://youtu.be/aOT6nzzKrO8 72,584 views Streamed live on Jan 22, 2022 Bret Weinstein 411K subscribers Bret Speaks with Chris Martenson on the subject of tyranny, the march on Washington, Find Chris Martenson on Twitter: @chrismartenson Find Chris at Peak Prosperity: https://www.peakprosperity.com/ ***** Find Bret Weinstein on Twitter: @BretWeinstein, and on Patreon. Please subscribe to this channel for more long form content like this, and subscribe to the clips channel @DarkHorse Podcast Clips for short clips of all our podcasts. Check out the DHP store! Epic tabby, digital book burning, saddle up the dire wolves, and more: store.darkhorsepodcast.org Theme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music. HELP ACU SPREAD THE WORD! Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks. Forward this show to friends. Ways to subscribe to the American Conservative University Podcast Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FM Player Podcast Addict Tune-in Podcasts Pandora Look us up on Amazon Prime …And Many Other Podcast Aggregators and sites Please help ACU by submitting your Show ideas. Email us at email@example.com Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks.
Two years since the first lockdown in China, there have been great strides to combat COVID-19, but confusion and questions remain. From vaccinations to testing, to masking and how many days to isolate--there hasn't always been clarity. More collaboration between the CDC and the FDA would help, says Joshua Sharfstein, professor at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
The world would have you believe that losing weight is easy, but the truth is, in many cases, you're being fed a generous helping of falsehoods and misguided dieting advice. The media, celebrities, weight-loss gurus, and the Internet bombard society with recommendations about how to shed unwanted pounds: Count calories, cut carbs, exercise more, skip meals, drink more water, pop a pill. Yet as more people try diligently to follow this advice, waistlines continue to expand. Today's Guest: Robert J. Davis, PhD, also known as The Healthy Skeptic, is an award-winning health journalist whose work has appeared on TIME, CNN, PBS, WebMD, and in The Wall Street Journal. The author of three previous books on health, he hosts the “Healthy Skeptic” video series, which dissects the science behind popular health claims. Davis holds an undergraduate degree from Princeton University, a master's degree in public health from Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health, and a PhD in health policy from Brandeis University, where he was Pew Foundation Fellow. Connect with Robert Davis, PhD: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RobertDavisHealthySkeptic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healthyskept/ Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/58406125-supersized-lies Connect with Kim: Instagram at Iris Digital Media Group: https://www.instagram.com/irisdigitalmediagroup/ Instagram for Dream Building and Podcast Home: https://www.instagram.com/kimberlylpeek Podcast Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/POWERofRUN Episode Sponsor: Iris Digital Media Group - We help podcasters, speakers, course-creators, and people with a vision make an impact and shift perspectives to transform lives. Maybe you have the spark of an idea that is burning inside... you know it will make a difference, but you don't know how to start. Or you've been sharing your ideas for months, and they aren't gaining traction. Or you've been speaking for years and want to really level up your growth. If you want to use your ideas, message, and talents to make a difference in the lives of others, you're our kind of person!
In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Nathorn Chaiyakunapruk about his recent study on intermittent fasting, published in JAMA Network here. He will discuss his study, what he and his research team learned about intermittent fasting when it comes to health benefits and health associations; the health differences between intermittent fasting and plain ol' calorie restriction; what the evidence says about intermittent fasting working for specific diseases and most importantly, if there is enough evidence to say that we should try intermittent fasting in our battle against a growing obesity problem. Dr. Chaiyakunapruk is a researcher and professor in the Department of Pharmacotherapy at the University of Utah College of Pharmacy in Salt Lake City. He earned his Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his PhD in Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research and Policy Program from the University of Washington. You can read his full bio and research publications here. To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.comOr follow her on Instagram here.Twitter here.Or Facebook here.Subcribe to her newsletter here!
Ashish Jha, MD, MHA, one of the most sought-after COVID-19 experts, shares insights into the impacts of COVID-19 on our country's heath—and health system—from his perspective as a public health researcher and Dean of the School of Public Health at Brown University. He'll join us in person for the 2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership—register today at ache.org/congress.
Scientists Are Working On A Universal COVID Vaccine As the Omicron wave of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spike around the U.S., there are scientists working not on variant-specific boosters, but on a vaccine that might cover every possible strain, past and future. Called universal vaccines, they require a fundamentally different approach from a shot that would target Delta, Omicron, or any other variant. Instead, a universal vaccine would need to train the body to respond to something every variant has in common—or to fill in the blanks of any possible mutations. Vox senior science reporter Umair Irfan reports on the difficult path and ongoing work toward such a vaccine, and why the immune system's T cells and B cells, more than neutralizing antibodies, will dictate our long-term future with the virus. Plus how an undersea eruption near Tonga was one of the most documented volcanic explosions in history, new research assesses the vast toll of global antibiotic resistance, and more stories from the week. New Research Links Epstein-Barr Virus to Multiple Sclerosis A group of scientists at Harvard University says they have made a major breakthrough in understanding multiple sclerosis. For years, they have been testing out a hypothesis that the Epstein-Barr virus causes multiple sclerosis, a chronic and incurable disease of the nervous system. (Epstein-Barr is the contagious virus responsible for mononucleosis.) Researchers analyzed a dataset of 10 million active-duty military members. They found that service members who contracted the Epstein-Barr virus were 32 times more likely to later be diagnosed with MS. The research was published in the journal Science. Ira is joined by Dr. Alberto Ascherio, professor of epidemiology and nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, in Boston, Massachusetts, to discuss his team's research and its broader implications. Saliva Sharing Might Help Kids Identify Their Closest Relationships How do little kids understand who has a close relationship with them? One of the clues they use to figure it out is by noticing who they're swapping saliva with. The closest bonds are with the people who are giving them kisses, sharing their forks, and wiping their drool. Those are the findings of a recent study published in the journal Science. Ira is joined by Ashley Thomas, the study's lead author and a post doctoral fellow in the brain and cognitive sciences department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Big Agriculture Schools Face Increasing Donor Conflicts Of Interest A major donor to the University of Illinois wondered what the heck was up. Robb Fraley, a top Monsanto executive at the time, emailed the dean of the agriculture college in 2018 complaining about a professor saying publicly that one of his company's flagship products was causing widespread damage to crops. Monsanto was also a major donor. Fraley accused the professor of being “biased” and “prone to exaggeration.” U of I officials had spent years courting Fraley, and they had listened to him before when he'd complained about a lack of progress on an endowed chair he'd funded. But the 2018 episode highlights potentially thorny situations for public universities, which have cultivated powerful agricultural corporations as donors while public funding has stagnated. Dicamba posed a particularly critical issue to Fraley. After all, he was as responsible as anyone for leading modern agriculture into using lab-designed seeds that could withstand spraying from weedkillers. That Monsanto-branded Roundup Ready pairing of biotechnology with glyphosate herbicide revolutionized grain farming around the world. When glyphosate lost its punch — after weeds grew resistant to Roundup — Monsanto shifted to teaming different genetically modified seeds with the dicamba herbicide. But farmers who'd not adopted the new genetically engineered seeds started complaining about “dicamba drift” and of seeing their crops perish from the effects of the herbicide migrating to their fields. So when U of I weed scientist Aaron Hager spoke about a controversy as big as any in commercial agriculture in ways that didn't sit well with Fraley, the university benefactor let the school know about his displeasure. Read the rest at sciencefriday.com. Growing Plants—And Providing Solar Energy Food is one of our most basic needs. As the population of the world grows, we're going to need to grow more of it within the same amount of space. The United Nations estimates the world's population will grow by 2 billion people between now and 2050. Access to fresh food is already a problem in many countries, and will likely get worse with more mouths to feed. This is where the concept of agrivoltaics could create a massive change. This farming setup mixes water, energy, and plant growth all in one space. Solar panels collect energy from the sun's rays; underneath those panels is where the plants grow. The setup takes less water than the traditional way of farming, all-in-all creating a more sustainable way to grow food and create energy. Joining Ira to talk about the promise of agrivoltaics is Dr. Chad Higgins, associate professor of biological and ecological engineering at Oregon State University, in Corvallis, Oregon.
Enter a giveaway on our social media! Win free enrollment to a 3-hour course in the Allelica PRS clinical academy covering the research behind PRS to clinical applications. You can enter by looking for us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. This has been posted at 9am on January 21st and will end on February 4th. Our guest this week is Giordano Bottà, a biologist and bioinformatician, who is joining us to discuss polygenic risk scores. Giordano earned a PhD in Public Health and he has extensive experience in analysis of large genomics dataset. During his career he has had the opportunity to work with some of the top genomics experts in the world at the University of Oxford, publishing in the journal Nature. He is a co-founder and CEO of Allelica, which created a software to help clinical genetics labs to perform polygenic risk score analysis.On This Episode We Discuss:Defining polygenic risk scores (PRS)? How PRSs are empowering the next generation of clinical genomics Types of conditions that PRS can be calculated forWho can benefit the most from PRSsHow Allelica is addressing the underrepresentation of people of Non-European descent in genetic studies with PRSUsing PRS to assess risk for heart disease and cancerTo learn more about Giordano, check him out on Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram, and stay up to date with Allelica on Twitter and LinkedIn. Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on January 28, 2022 where we'll be discussing cytogenomics! New episodes are released on the first and third Friday of the month. In the meantime, you can binge over 165 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. All episodes in 2021 and 2022 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNApodcast.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNApodcast.com.Do you want to connect with other people who have the same genetic variant as you? You should check out “Connect My Variant”, it's an online resource that allows you to do just that. “Connect My Variant” also provides different avenues of informing your family of possible inherited risk of disease. This includes helping find where your variant came from and finding distant cousins that may also be at risk. The University of Washington has supported the “Connect My Variant” project in an effort to help patients and families understand where their unique genetic variants come from. Check out it at ConnectMyVariant.org. (SPONSORED)Are you interested in the rapidly growing field of genetics and want to learn more about clinical genetics, molecular genetics, and laboratory science? Then you should check out the Genetic Assistant Online Training Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine! By taking part in the program, you will be joining both national and international learners with the same passion for genetics. Interact directly with your Johns Hopkins instructors and fellow students throughout the program. Applications are closing for the spring cohort, but there are still spots available for summer and fall 2022. (SPONSORED)PerkinElmer Genomics is a state-of-the-art biochemical and molecular genetics laboratory that provides newborn screening and genomic testing services around the world. With over seven million newborns screened since 1994, PerkinElmer Genomics' laboratory pairs decades of newborn screening experience with a leading-edge clinical genomics program to offer one of the world's most comprehensive programs for detecting clinically significant genomic changes. Learn more at PerkinElmerGenomics.com (SPONSORED)
Scott Atlas, special adviser to the president on the coronavirus and a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, discusses his work at the White House, the truth about Fauci and Birx, and the collapse of the public health establishment's credibility.
Everyone goes through a journey from the beginning to the end. It's easy to look at our stories and think about our limitations and how they will prevent us from doing more. That voice inside tells you one thing that reality doesn't seem to support. Then we focus so much on "what is" because we can't see "what could be." Lisa is an excellent example of looking at life through the lens of what is possible while working through all the early challenges to living a life that feels like she is the best version of herself and still getting better. /// Today we are with Lisa Davis, MPH. Lisa has two decades of experience as a health educator and a broadcaster. She has a Master's Degree in Public Health, is creator, host, and producer of the syndicated "It's Your Health" radio heard on regional NPR as well as host/producer of "Talk Healthy Today" brought to you by Pocket Media (of Clean Eating, Vegetarian Times, Better Nutrition. Muscle & Performance, Yoga Journal magazines). She is host/producer of Naturally Savvy Radio heard online on RadioMD, iHeart Radio Talk, TuneIn, Stitcher, iTunes, UberRadio, and TalkStreamLive. Lisa is also the co-creator and co-host of the podcast "Active Allyship...it's more than a #hashtag!" In addition to developing radio shows, Lisa has created, produced, and hosted health television shows if it doesn't seem like enough. Her first show, Health Power, was seen on KRUZ-TV in California. She was also a regular contributor to Carol Alt's national health TV show on FOX News Channel, A Healthy You. She also authored her books, Clean Eating, Dirty Sex: Sensual Superfoods and Aphrodisiac Practices for Ultimate Sexual Health and Easy to Love but Hard to Live with: Real People, Invisible Disabilities, True Stories. Her core passion is helping people find they're why to enable them to live their healthiest life. /// Topics we discuss: Active ListeningHow she employs it with her daughter Navigating our boundaries with othersOthering Growing up with an Anti-Racist environmentSpeaking up no matter what What it was like growing up Gaining confidenceBeing herself after many years of being shy References: Lisadavismph.comActive Allyship is more than just a Hashtag Talk Healthy Today Naturally Savvy Podcast Clean Eating / Dirty Sex - Her Book Naturallysavvy.com Dr. David Campt September 18th Rally Non Verbal Learning Disorder Autism Spectrum Disorder Authoritarian vs. Authoritative parenting Credits: Music: Main Theme: "Eaze Does It" by Shye Eaze and DJ Rufbeats, a More In Common Podcast Exclusive. All music created by DJ Rufbeats
Welcome to Season 2 of the Running Explained Podcast! This week we're talking to Registered Dietitian Kristen Screen (@yourfitnessdietitian) about hormones, health, and performance! WHAT are hormones? Why do they matter? Risk factors for hormone dysfunction and dysregulation Cortisol: friend or foe? Sex hormones Sleep for hormone health Insulin (yes, it's a hormone!) Thyroid functioning What you can do to support your hormone health & functioning Important macronutrients & micronutrients for hormone function ...and more!
Dorry Segev, a professor of surgery and epidemiology and associate vice chair of surgery at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health, and researcher of the COVID-19 vaccine responses in immunocompromised people, talks about the developing COVID-19 treatments in immunocompromised patients.
THE THESIS: The Party is erasing entire Covid patient databases, they are laundering “cases” and infections of injected people into the data of the “un-injected”, the FDA--a pharmagandist group--is aiding in the cover-up. But, God is watching. THE SCRIPTURE: Galatians 6: 7-10 7 Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. 8 Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life. 9 Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. 10 Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers. THE NEWS: Vaccines Not Durable, Omicron Might Turn COVID-19 Endemic: Bill Gates US Government to end daily COVID death reporting. A document issued issued Jan 6 by the US Health and Human Services tells hospitals they are no longer required to report daily COVID-19 deaths to the federal government starting Feb 2. Story broken by @DataDrivenMD ← A SOCIALIST is calling this out? Canada disappears an entire Covid database The dictator of the Province of Washington is--once again--lying about Covid “cases” in the people who have been injected and people who have not. - Michael Butcher THE MONOLOGUE: WHAT ELSE ARE THEY COVERING UP? [AUDIO] - Klaus Schwab opens World Economic Forum's virtual "Davos Agenda" and introduces China's Xi Jinping. [AUDIO] - Here's Klaus Schwab talking about gene-editing of human beings with Charlie Rose FOIA docs reveal Pfizer shot caused avalanche of miscarriages, stillborn babies When a group called Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency asked Pfizer to share the raw data from their COVID vaccine trials and post-marketing surveillance that was used to license the injection, the pharma giant linked up with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to refuse the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. In fact, the FDA (meant to serve and protect public health) hired Justice Department lawyers and went to court to shield the pharmaceutical giant from having to reveal its data – for 55 years. . . . Fortunately, a judge ruled that the FDA and Pfizer would have to answer their FOIA requests. Among the first reports handed over by Pfizer was a “Cumulative Analysis of Post-authorization Adverse Event Reports” describing events reported to Pfizer up until February 2021. It reveals that the drug behemoth received more than 150,000 serious adverse event reports within three months of rolling out its COVID shot, but here we will focus on Table 6 of the data on pregnant and lactating women who received the shots in the first few months of the rollout, which began December 11. Most of these women would have been healthcare workers because that was who the first rounds of shots went to. As the clinical trials preceding the rollout excluded pregnant women, these would have been the first pregnant and lactating women to have ever received the “vaccines.” Table 6 states that of 270 “unique pregnancies” that were exposed to the “vaccine”, “no outcome was provided for 238 pregnancies.” This leaves 32 pregnancies with known outcomes. Pfizer's report states that there were 23 spontaneous abortions (miscarriages), two premature births with neonatal death, two spontaneous abortions with intrauterine death, one spontaneous abortion with neonatal death, and one pregnancy with “normal outcome.” That means that of 32 pregnancies with known outcome, 28 resulted in fetal death. Children forced to Zoom into school ended up with suboptimal immune systems—the opposite of herd immunity. Young people with myocarditis [AUDIO] - Robert Kennedy of explaining why pharma thugs wants this shoved into the arms of kids. [AUDIO] - Fauci speaking to Schawb about “disinformation.” Fabienne Schlumpf: Triple-Vaccinated Olympic Athlete Develops Myocarditis, Possible End Of Career A List of World Class Athletes Who Died Or Suffered Severe Injuries After COVID-19 Vaccine – PART 2 [AUDIO] - I do not agree Alex Berenson is controlled opposition, I love his work AND I think he carefully triangulates things and Dr. Robert Malone appeared to find out See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Robin Matthies, Director of Public and Behavioral Health Integration at ASTHO, explains why it's important to consider restorative justice approaches to discipline in schools; Andy Baker-White, ASTHO's Senior Director of State Health Policy, says jurisdictions have policy options when promoting vaccinations among workers; and ASTHO is hiring for several open positions. ASTHO Reports: Restorative Justice in Schools – An Upstream Approach for Addressing Inequities in the Risk of Incarceration ASTHO Webpage: Job Opportunities in Public Health and at ASTHO
Today on All Home Care Matters we are privileged to welcome a very special guest, Dr. James Vickers. Dr. Vickers is the Director of the Wicking Dementia Research and Education Center at the University of Tasmania. Furthermore, Dr. Vickers has published over 180 research papers and was awarded a DSc from the University of Tasmania in 2005 in recognition of his contribution to neuroscience research. Professor Vickers has been involved in developing a range of health courses at the University of Tasmania, including Massive Open Online Courses on dementia. He developed the ISLAND Project which seeks to understand who is the Tasmanian population is most at risk of dementia and how our population can self-manage modifiable risk behaviors to build resilience to dementia. We want to say thank you for joining us here at All Home Care Matters, All Home Care Matters is here for you and to help families as they navigate these long-term care issues. Please visit us at allhomecarematters.com there is a private secure fillable form where you can give us feedback, show ideas, or if you have questions. Every form is read and responded to. If you know someone who could benefit from this episode, please share it with them. Remember, you can listen to the show on any of your favorite podcast streaming platforms and watch the show on our YouTube channel and make sure to hit that subscribe button, so you'll never miss an episode. We look forward to seeing you next time on All Home Care Matters, thank you. Links: Masters course (https://www.utas.edu.au/wicking/mdem). This is a modularised program based around four thematic areas relevant to dementia – Health and Social Care, Neurobiology, Policies and Systems and Public Health. There is also substantial content around understanding research related to dementia. Other educational offerings are the MOOCs. The next course, Understanding Dementia, is available to start in February. https://www.utas.edu.au/wicking/understanding-dementia.
Three members of President Biden's former COVID-19 Advisory Board—Luciana Borio, MD, Ezekiel Emanuel, MD, PhD, and Mike Osterholm, PhD—discuss their recent JAMA Viewpoints, providing their ideas on strategies for public health as COVID-19 transitions from pandemic to endemic. Hosted by JAMA Associate Editor Preeti Malani, MD. Related Content: A National Strategy for the “New Normal” of Life With COVID A National Strategy for COVID-19—Testing, Surveillance, and Mitigation Strategies A National Strategy for COVID-19 Medical Countermeasures Former Biden-Harris Transition Advisors Propose a New National Strategy for COVID-19 Public Health in an Era of Endemic COVID-19 (video)
In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks interviews Dr. Azza Halim MD, a board-certified anesthesiologist and doctor who specializes in aesthetic, regenerative and anti-aging medicine. She is a national medical director for several aesthetic startup companies and runs her own medical consulting company. You can learn more about her and follow her on Instagram here. To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.comOr follow her on Instagram here.Twitter here.Or Facebook here.Subcribe to her newsletter here!
In Part 2 of this interview, Senior Director of Clinical Operations and Doctor of Public Health candidate, Keith Barnett discusses taking the next step in his academic journey, navigating unique challenges as a Black man in Corporate America, and demystifying common myths regarding COVID and the available vaccines.
He talks to us today about how he got into the field of public health, why it's so crucial to treat every interaction as an opportunity to network, and why he feels an understanding of epidemiology is key to identifying the issues affecting communities in need. Press "Play" now to hear this uplifting and inspiring episode! Visit the PHEC Podcast Show Notes: https://PHECPodcast.com/ Grab Your FREE 10-Page PHEC Podcast eBook: https://mypublichealthcareer.com/ Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO: https://PublicHealthEXPO.com/
Carrie Jones, ND, FABNE, MPH is an internationally recognized speaker, consultant, and educator on the topic of women's health and hormones. Dr. Jones graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon where she also completed a 2-year residency in women's health, hormones, and endocrinology. Later, she graduated from Grand Canyon University's Master of Public Health program. Recently, Dr. Jones became board certified through the American Board of Naturopathic Endocrinology. She was adjunct faculty for many years, teaching gynecology and advanced endocrinology/fertility. While in practice, Dr. Jones served as Medical Director for 2 large integrative clinics in Portland. Most recently, she joined Lifestyle Matrix Resource Center as the Clinical Expert serving the SOS Stress Recovery Program and is the Medical Director for Precision Analytical Inc. This episode kicks off with Kari and Dr. Carrie Jones discussing some of the myths about hormones. They move into the importance of tracking your cycle to see the effects it has on your health throughout the month. Hormones take a lot of blame for unpleasant behaviors/feelings we experience during the month. There is definitely some truth to that blame but it's not completely out of our control. Kari and Dr. Carrie talk about the importance of sleep, stress management, eliminating toxins from our environment, and limiting alcohol intake. This episode wraps with a discussion about the DUTCH test and how it is used to get a comprehensive picture of your hormone makeup. Connect with Dr. Carrie→
So is there anyone in charge of pandemic safety anymore? Public health researcher Abdullah Shihipar has some thoughts on how the Biden administration can stop making America's pandemic strategy individualized and short-sighted. Plus the Anti-Critical Race Theory governor struts into office with an Dr. MLK Jr. quote, and Senator Kyrsten Sinema gives a spectacular defense of minority rule. Co-hosts of Dumb Gay Politics podcast Julie Goldman and Brandy Howard join Francesca to dig into it all. Plus, following noted neoliberal Thomas Friedman's lead, what would the worst presidential ticket in 2024 be? Megan McCain and Rocco the rock of Sesame Street? Finally, a Patreon-only *BONUS BISH* on cannabis preventing Covid infections and why the baddies aren't dying fast enough. Get it by becoming a patron at: www.patreon.com/bitchuationroom. Follow The Bitchuation Room on Twitter @BitchuationPod Get your TBR merch: www.bitchuationroom.com Thanks to Paige Oamek, Maximillien Inhoff, Alexandra Ornes Music Credits: The Cannery by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4485-the-cannery License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Support The Bitchuation Room on: Venmo: @TBR-LIVE Cash-App: @TBRLIVE Check Out The Bitchuation Room Podcast iTunes: http://bit.ly/iTunesbitchuation Spotify: http://bit.ly/spotifybitchuation Stitcher: http://bit.ly/stitcherbitchuation Find Francesca On: Twitter: https://twitter.com/franifio YouTube: The Bitchuation Room's channel: https://www.youtube.com/franifio Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/franifio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Franifio Insta: https://www.instagram.com/franifio/
Dr. Osose Oboh (@ososee) is currently an Internal Medicine Intern at the Osler Medical Residency Training Program at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. She is the Immediate Past President for the Student National Medical Association, an accomplished photographer, content creator, and world traveler. Osose applied and matriculated into the University of California, Los Angeles, fall of 2009 where she majored in Biology. She graduated in 2013 and matriculated into the University of Southern California to obtain her Master's in Public Health degree in the Global Health Leadership Track. After she finished her program, she continued on to complete a post-baccalaureate program at Charles R. Drew University and Doctor of Medicine at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. This conversation revolves around being purpose-driven, overcoming failure, and enduring the challenges life presents us. Osose speaks to her calling in medicine and no longer being afraid to do what is on her heart to accomplish. Follow us on Instagram at @wdkyet for more inspiring interviews!
Dr. Krueger currently serves as the Commanding General of the Army Atlantic Regional Health Command In this episode you will hear about how Dr. Krueger utilized her Public Health education to assist the healthcare mission in Afghanistan in 2003. She shares some stories from her time at Fort Bragg as the Residency Director for Family Medicine taking care of the 82nd Airborne Division and other Special Operations communities. She describes how Women's Health is incredibly important in Military Medicine and the unique challenges experienced in caring for this population. In addition to being a stellar clinician, educator and military leader, Dr. Krueger talks about managing tradeoffs to also be success as a wife and mother of 5 children while on Active Duty. She also addresses what the Army is doing to address recent reports of limited clinical opportunities to maintain a ready medical force at Military Treatment Facilities. She shares many insights and lessons learned over a distinguished career and provides some valuable advice for all listeners. You don't want to miss this episode! Find out more about Dr. Krueger at wardocspodcast.com/guest-bios and visit our webpage and become part of Team WarDocs at wardocspodcast.com. Please take a moment to follow/subscribe, rate and review WarDocs on your preferred Podcast venue. Follow WarDocs on Social Media Twitter: @wardocspodcast Facebook: WarDocs Podcast Instagram: @wardocspodcast
The author is a licensed clinical social worker with a Master’s degree in Social Welfare as well as a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley. She has worked as a Psychotherapist in private practice, a Case Manager with developmentally disabled clients and their families, Child Therapist working with abused and […] The post TBI – TO BE INJURED : Surviving and Thriving After a Brain Injury by Carol Gieg appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding is an epidemiologist and health economist and a Senior Fellow at the Federation of American Scientists in Washington DC, and Chief Health Economist for Microclinic International. He was previously a faculty and researcher at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Chan School of Public Health between 2004-2020, and an epidemiologist at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. In January 2020, he was recognized in the media as one of the first to alert the public on the pandemic risk of COVID-19. He focuses his efforts on analyzing COVID-19 trends, stop COVID-19 misinformation, advocate for public health, and improve health policy. Dr. Feigl-Ding's work focuses on the intersection of public health and public policy. He also currently works on social-network based behavioral interventions for prevention, drug safety, diabetes/obesity prevention, and public health programs in the US and globally. He has further expertise in designing and conducting randomized trials, systematic reviews, public health programs, and improving health policy. He was noted in his role as a whistleblower and leader of a key two-year-long investigation into the controversial drug safety and risk data of Vioxx®, Celebrex®, and Bextra® that drew FDA and national attention. Highlighted and express-published in JAMA, as corresponding joint-first author, he was also recognized for his role in the New York Times, and in the book Poison Pills: The Untold Story of the Vioxx Drug Scandal. A childhood survivor and cancer prevention advocate, he was called one of the ‘Facebook philanthropists‘, founding the 6 million member online Campaign for Cancer Prevention, featured in Newsweek magazine in 2007. In total online reach, he previously directed disease prevention advocacy platforms with over 10 million members on Facebook Causes. He led the first ever direct-to-science online crowdfunding initiative, fundraising over $500,000 (median public donation $15) for medical research, led a partnership with Brigham and Women's Hospital, and featured in the New York Times in 2009. In the aftermath of the Flint Water Crisis, he founded the first geo-social network and public alert system for drinking water toxic contamination, as featured in WIRED. He established the Toxin Alert Drinking Water Database with 500,000-locations nationwide for informing the public about water hazards in communities. For his work, he was awarded the 2017 Mark V. Anderson Leadership Award from Sigma Chi Foundation. Previously, during the 2014 Ebola pandemic, he led a team to co-develop one of the first mobile contact-tracing applications for infectious disease outbreaks. The project was shelved after lack of interest in pandemic prepardness technology. His early contact-tracing app's contributions lived on to inform the later designs of contact tracing apps developed during the COVID-19 outbreak. He has published in leading journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association, The Lancet, and more. His 150+ publications have received 85,000 citations (H-Index 81). As a Web of Science Highly Cited Researcher, he was ranked in 2018 as among the Top 1% of all scientists worldwide, and named among the 186 top cited scholars across Harvard University. Altogether, his competitively awarded projects as PI/Director have received over $10 million in funding. A World Economic Forum Global Shaper, he has chaired committees for the Health Directorate of the European Commission, advised the World Health Organization, Denmark Ministry of Health, and served as a member of the Global Burden of Disease Project. He also advised and successfully convinced the C-suite leaders of a major Fortune 100 food/beverage company to adopt the WHO health recommendations for added sugars. He has also advised many governors, state legislators, members of Congress, and other world leaders. Dr. Feigl-Ding graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with Honors in Public Health and Phi Beta Kappa. He then completed his dual doctorate in epidemiology and his doctorate in nutrition separately, as the youngest graduate to complete his dual doctoral programs at age 23 from Harvard SPH. Concurrently with his postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard SPH, he studied medicine at Boston University School of Medicine for several years, until he left BUSM to become faculty at Harvard Medical School. Teaching at Harvard for over 15 years, he has advised and mentored two dozen students and lectured in more than a dozen graduate and undergraduate courses, for which he received the Derek Bok Distinction in Teaching Award from Harvard College.
COVID-19 has been devastating for everyone, but in the United States, there's one demographic hit particularly hard: Latinos. According to the California Department of Public Health, Latinos make up about 39 percent of the state's population but nearly half of all cases and 45 percent of all deaths. A perfect storm of factors made Latinos especially vulnerable to the coronavirus: Multigenerational households. Crowded neighborhoods. Essential jobs that required us to show up in person. Vaccine hesitancy among too many. Today, we hear about the devastation.More reading: Pandemic portraits: The Latino experience COVID stole the heart of my family. It also divided it Column: Don't be a ‘pandejo.' Take the pandemic seriously
Have you hit a wall with Covid? We have. The irrationality of the current policies and conversations surrounding Covid—guidelines that are coming from our public health authorities; rules coming from our schools and our workplaces; and information coming from our media—is making skeptics out of even the most compliant. What gives? Why do things seem so nonsensical? Who should we trust? How can we get back to normal—or at least some semblance of normal? And how can we do it responsibly and safely? To answer these questions, we brought together three doctors who have been islands of sanity in a sea of misinformation and confusion. Dr. Vinay Prasad is an associate professor of epidemiology at UCSF. Dr. Stefan Baral is a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. And Dr. Lucy McBride is a practicing internist in Washington D.C., and author of a popular COVID-19 newsletter. This was a live subscriber-only Zoom event, and the thousands of listeners who tuned in had the chance to ask the panelists their most pressing and burning COVID questions. If you want to be able to participate in events like this one in the future, head over to bariweiss.substack.com and hit subscribe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How should we respond to this record-breaking spike in COVID-19 cases? Dr. Kim Rhoads, who has been working on community-led responses since the beginning of the pandemic, says mixed messaging has created confusion. Instead, she tells people to base their behavior on how much virus is circulating — exercise more caution when case rates are high, including not rushing to get a test when you are feeling well but worried. She also reflects on the stigmatization of people who face high risks because of their jobs or living situations, and how privilege has led others to make riskier decisions than they should.
In this healthcare podcast, I'm talking about direct contracting IRL (in real life) with Katy Talento. This is a conversation that's more about the reality of direct contracting than the theory of direct contracting, and this was not an accident. So much of healthcare transformation is really easy to say and much harder to actually do. So … direct contracting. In the context we discuss in this episode, generally direct contracting means when an employer or their benefits consultant, more likely, hooks up with a provider organization, lots of times a hospital or a health system. Moving forward here, I'm just gonna say employer when I sort of really mean the employer and their TPA and their repricer, the constellation of consultants and other vendors that are working with the employer. So, just for simplicity, the employer says to the provider organization, “Hey, let's cut out the middleman here” (middleman likely being some insurance carrier). “I will just pay you directly, and it will be a win-win because no one is sucking out up to 15% to 20% right out of the middle, and also I'll steer my employees/patients/members your direction, which is great for us as a self-insured plan because money saved and also because I've done some quality analytics and I think you're relatively good at delivering care … so I'm happy to help my members find you.” The employer will, in general broad strokes, pay the provider organization some percentage over the Medicare rate for procedures or codes or bundles. By the way, the dollar amount over Medicare for the bundles or procedures or codes can vary depending on factors like what service line it is because, unlike RBP (reference-based pricing), direct contracting is a negotiation. It's a two-way deal. RBP, a lot of times, is the payer/employer deciding what they're gonna pay and then paying it—without sitting around a table with the provider figuring all this out together. So, if only from this one dimension, direct contracting is something that you'd think that hospitals/health systems/providers would be kind of into and up for. One thing that I didn't really understand before this conversation is that, if we're talking about an employer direct contracting with, say, a hospital, the list of direct-contracted procedures or codes or bundles might include pretty much all of the services that the hospital can perform; but, in general, the employer is only going to steer members there or make it financially attractive to go to the hospital for, for example, emergency or unavoidable procedures. Why? Because no employer wants patients going to the hospital for things that they could get a whole lot cheaper in an outpatient setting with no less quality. So, unless a hospital is willing to compete on price with other care settings, then an employer is not going to steer their members there. If you're a hospital, you might take this as a con. But, on the other hand, consider that if there's a few hospitals in the area, the general direction will be to go to the one with the direct contract. Furthermore, if a plan is gonna steer members, they're gonna steer them whether they have a direct contract with you or not. Katy makes one point early and often throughout this conversation. From a hospital perspective, doing a direct contract is and should be pretty easy. From an employer perspective, too, there should not be a lot of disruption or friction for employees. There doesn't need to be. Done right, it should be a win-win for the employer, provider, and, most of all, the patient who doesn't get stuck with high bills, balance bills, and lower-quality care than might be available to them through their benefits. Katy goes through the steps to create a direct contract and the challenges she has faced along the way. We also get into the wonderful world of payviders, so you could consider this an extension to the episode with Jeb Dunkelberger (EP348) from last month. My guest today, Katy Talento, started out as an infectious disease epidemiologist (which I did not realize). She ended up doing public health policy. She's worked on Capitol Hill for various senators and, in the last administration, as health policy lead. Katy is the CEO of AllBetter Health and works with the Health Rosetta organization. She is a benefits advisor for employers who are looking to create better health plans that reduce costs dramatically while, at the same time, improving benefits. I mean, you can only do that in healthcare, right?—where there's basically no relationship between price and quality. You can learn more at allbetter.health or contact Katy directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Katy Talento is an infectious disease epidemiologist, a veteran health policy advisor, and healthcare consultant. She is CEO of AllBetter Health, an insurgent benefits advisory firm building innovative health plans for employers that are free of misaligned financial incentives. Katy served as the health policy lead in the White House on the Domestic Policy Council where her portfolio included public health issues such as eliminating domestic HIV/AIDS, ending secret healthcare prices, lowering prescription drug prices, expanding health IT interoperability, combating the opioids and other drug addiction crisis, and promoting bioethics in the life sciences. Katy has appeared on or been published in a number of media outlets, including CNN, Sky News, Newsmax, The New York Times, The Hill, The Morning Consult, RealClearPolitics, and others. Prior to her White House appointment, Katy served five U.S. Senators over a 15-year period, including as top health advisor and manager of legislative staff and oversight investigators. She also worked in the private sector helping multinational energy companies protect their global workforce from infectious diseases and on the research faculty at Georgetown University Medical School. Katy served as the director of speechwriting for the Republican National Committee and has written a number of published opinion pieces, Web copy, and video scripts. She spent two years as a Catholic nun and has worked with the poorest of the poor from East Africa to industrial Russia and inner-city America. Katy received a master of science degree in infectious disease epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health and an undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of Virginia. 05:21 Why are employers direct contracting? 06:37 “When you directly contract … you don't have to chase patients.” 07:43 Why the growing 501(r) movement is making direct contracting more enticing. 10:16 “They're going to be giving better rates, whether they want to or not.” 11:46 “I think it's the future hospitals want, too.” 12:58 What is the primary driver of increased healthcare costs? 14:56 “The fixed costs that the hospitals … have may not be so fixed.” 15:08 “A hospital should not be a freestanding profit center. … The hospital is a failure of healthcare. It alone should not be profitable.” 15:35 “We have the system we have, but why do we have to live with it? We don't have to.” 17:15 What's step 1 of direct contracting? 24:12 What's the TPA's role in direct contracting? 25:21 What's the repricer's role in direct contracting? 33:28 “I think the thing that makes all this work is having a benefits advisor that knows how to do all this.” You can learn more at allbetter.health or contact Katy directly at email@example.com. @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth Why are employers direct contracting? @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth “When you directly contract … you don't have to chase patients.” @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth Why the growing 501(r) movement is making direct contracting more enticing. @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth “They're going to be giving better rates, whether they want to or not.” @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth “I think it's the future hospitals want, too.” @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth What is the primary driver of increased healthcare costs? @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth “The fixed costs that the hospitals … have may not be so fixed.” @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth “A hospital should not be a freestanding profit center. … The hospital is a failure of healthcare. It alone should not be profitable.” @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth “We have the system we have, but why do we have to live with it? We don't have to.” @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth What's step 1 of direct contracting? @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth What's the TPA's role in direct contracting? @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth What's the repricer's role in direct contracting? @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth “I think the thing that makes all this work is having a benefits advisor that knows how to do all this.” @KatyTalento discusses #directcontracting on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #hospitals #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Stacey Richter (INBW33), Stacey Richter (INBW32), Dr Steve Schutzer (Encore! 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As the pandemic enters its third year, we consider the possibility that we will be living with the Covid-19 virus indefinitely. Today on the podcast host Frank Sesno talks to Dr. David Michaels, an epidemiologist and professor at George Washington University's Milken School of Public Health. He is also one of the longest serving heads of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Michaels and five other experts who advised Biden's transition team, have called on President Biden to adopt an entirely new domestic pandemic strategy geared to better prepare us for what comes next.
Elise Brenner PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health at Simmons University in Boston and is an instructor in the Department of Anthropology at Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Brenner is a Reiki Master Practitioner & Teacher, Mindfulness Meditation Teacher is committed to wellness equity in all of the services she provides. The owner of Brenner Reiki Healing in Newton, Massachusetts, Elise provides comprehensive training in all levels of Reiki, having trained physicians, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, teachers, and people of all ages and backgrounds. Brenner has provided Reiki training for staff at Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center staff, Edith Nourse Rogers Veterans Administration Hospital in Bedford, MA, and Tufts Medical Center in Boston. Nancy Spatz, MD, Reiki Master Teacher, graduated from Boston University School of Medicine in 1990. Nancy's training continued at Beth Israel Hospital-Harvard Medical School, where she completed her Psychiatry training in 1994. After witnessing the ongoing hardships that people experience with medical and emotional illness, Nancy found that the combination of her medical knowledge and Reiki practice helped people calm the mind, settle the body, and heal. Nancy's care for others became the impetus to get the word out so all of us can experience the benefits of Reiki self-practice. Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute
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Joycelyn Elders (1933-present) is a pediatrician and public health advocate who served as Surgeon General of the United States. Her research and dedication to public health was questioned at most every turn, especially regarding her support of sex ed curriculums, which are still taught in schools across the country.History classes can get a bad wrap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more. Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Sundus Hassan, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejeda. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at email@example.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey
Omicron Variant Drives Winter COVID Surge The United States set a global record this week, recording roughly one million new coronavirus tests in a single day. The current surge in cases is mostly driven by Omicron. The highly contagious variant accounted for about 95% of new cases last week. And, to top it all off, tests are in short supply, the CDC changed its quarantine guidelines, and some schools have returned to remote learning. Virologist Angela Rasmussen joins Ira to help make sense of the latest deluge of Omicron news. Rasmussen is a research scientist at VIDO-InterVac, the University of Saskatchewan's vaccine research institute in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Is Omicron A Less Severe Variant Of COVID-19? Over the past few weeks, a common refrain has popped up in reports about the Omicron variant of COVID-19: The variant seems to be “less severe” than earlier forms of the virus. But as hospitals fill up with coronavirus patients and infections skyrocket, there's some context needed to understand what the full impact of a less-severe variant might be. An important recent discovery sheds light on the severity of the variant, finding that at least in hamsters, Omicron spares the lungs in a way earlier variants have not. This infection appears to be predominantly in the upper respiratory system, largely in the mouth, throat, and windpipe. But even though a fewer percentage of cases may experience severe disease than with earlier variants, the sheer volume may still threaten hospital capacities. Joining Ira to talk about the severity of the Omicron variant in the body is Dr. Michael Diamond, virologist, and immunologist at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Also joining the conversation to talk about Omicron's toll on the healthcare system is Dr. Saskia Popescu, infectious disease epidemiologist and infection prevention expert at the University of Arizona College of Public Health in Phoenix, Arizona. How Christmas Bird Counts Help Shape Science This winter marks the 122nd annual Christmas Bird Count, a project of the National Audubon Society, which is self-described as the longest-running community science project in the country. What started as a few dozen volunteers in 1900 has grown to tens of thousands of birders, spreading out in 15-mile circles across the country to count every bird insight on one midwinter day. From this record, scientists can draw insights about everything from the abundance of species to how species' ranges are shifting from year-to-year and decade-to-decade. Ira talks to Audubon's bird count director Geoff LeBaron, and director of quantitative science Nicole Michel about the value of the annual community science project and some of their more joyful winter sightings. Plus, how the data provide clues to which birds are most likely to adapt as human habitat disruption and climate change continue.