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Purdue Commercial AgCast
August Corn & Soybean Outlook Update

Purdue Commercial AgCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 43:48


Purdue agricultural economists Nathan Thompson and James Mintert recorded this podcast on August 12th. The team discussed the corn and soybean outlook following USDA's August World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report and provided implications for crop marketing strategies. Updates on balance sheet estimates for both the 21/22 and 22/23 crop years, ethanol demand, ending stock estimates, corn and soybean basis were all discussed.    Slides from the discussion can be found at https://ag.purdue.edu/commercialag/home/resource/2022/07/august-corn-soyb…outlook-update-2/         Podcast provided by Purdue University's Center for Commercial Agriculture. For more information on the current ag outlook and farm economy, visit us at http://purdue.edu/commercialag.

Full Steam Ahead: A Podcast About Purdue
Ep. 154: President Mitch Daniels

Full Steam Ahead: A Podcast About Purdue

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 21:26


Purdue President Mitch Daniels joins the podcast to talk recent accomplishments, reflect on his tenure at Purdue, sports and more!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Angel Invest Boston
Marc Cote: Founder & Angel

Angel Invest Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 45:41


Angel Scale Biotech: Learn More Life science founder and angel investor, Marc Cote, discusses his experience in investing, as well as developing startups. He has valuable thoughts for founders and investors.  Sponsored by Purdue University entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, patent attorney at Fish and Richardson. Highlights: Sal Daher Introduces Marc Cote Marc Cote's Founding Experience “...That's when I joined Boston Harbor Angels, and that was back in 2012. Shortly after we co-founded Synchroneuron saying, ‘What better way to get an investor perspective, than actually sit with a bunch of investors and actually put some of your own funding at risk?'...” How Synchroneuron Developed The Placebo Effect Vs. the Drug Itself Today's Treatment for Tardive Dyskinesia “...The model that you had of bringing in a professional CEO doesn't exist anymore. Right now, the market for biotech executives is so strong…” The Challenge of Attracting Talent to Startups Advice to the Audience Topics: angel investing strategies, discovering entrepreneurship, founding story

New Books Network
Steven B. Miles, "Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China" (Harvard UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:07


Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China (Harvard UP, 2021) explores the history of late Qing Cantonese migration along the West River basin during war and reconstruction and the impact of those developments on the relationship between state and local elites on the Guangxi frontier. By situating Cantonese upriver and overseas migration within the same framework, Steven Miles re-conceives the late Qing as an age of Cantonese diasporic expansion rather than one of state decline. The book opens with crisis: rising levels of violence targeting Cantonese riverine commerce, much of it fomented by a geographically mobile Cantonese underclass. Miles then narrates the ensuing history of a Cantonese rebel regime established in Guangxi in the wake of the Taiping uprising. Subsequent chapters discuss opportunities created by this crisis and its aftermath and demonstrate important continuities and changes across the mid-century divide. With the reassertion of Qing control, Cantonese commercial networks in Guangxi expanded dramatically and became an increasingly important source of state revenue. Through its reliance on Hunanese and Cantonese to reconquer Guangxi, the Qing state allowed these diasporic cohorts more flexibility in colonizing the provincial administration and examination apparatus, helping to recreate a single polity on the eve of China's transition from empire to nation-state. Huiying Chen is an Assistant Professor in History at Purdue University. She is interested in the circulation of people, goods, and ideas and how societies in history and today cope with the challenges wrought by increased travel in aspects of culture, politics, commerce, law, science, and technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Economic and Business History
Steven B. Miles, "Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China" (Harvard UP, 2021)

New Books in Economic and Business History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:07


Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China (Harvard UP, 2021) explores the history of late Qing Cantonese migration along the West River basin during war and reconstruction and the impact of those developments on the relationship between state and local elites on the Guangxi frontier. By situating Cantonese upriver and overseas migration within the same framework, Steven Miles re-conceives the late Qing as an age of Cantonese diasporic expansion rather than one of state decline. The book opens with crisis: rising levels of violence targeting Cantonese riverine commerce, much of it fomented by a geographically mobile Cantonese underclass. Miles then narrates the ensuing history of a Cantonese rebel regime established in Guangxi in the wake of the Taiping uprising. Subsequent chapters discuss opportunities created by this crisis and its aftermath and demonstrate important continuities and changes across the mid-century divide. With the reassertion of Qing control, Cantonese commercial networks in Guangxi expanded dramatically and became an increasingly important source of state revenue. Through its reliance on Hunanese and Cantonese to reconquer Guangxi, the Qing state allowed these diasporic cohorts more flexibility in colonizing the provincial administration and examination apparatus, helping to recreate a single polity on the eve of China's transition from empire to nation-state. Huiying Chen is an Assistant Professor in History at Purdue University. She is interested in the circulation of people, goods, and ideas and how societies in history and today cope with the challenges wrought by increased travel in aspects of culture, politics, commerce, law, science, and technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in East Asian Studies
Steven B. Miles, "Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China" (Harvard UP, 2021)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:07


Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China (Harvard UP, 2021) explores the history of late Qing Cantonese migration along the West River basin during war and reconstruction and the impact of those developments on the relationship between state and local elites on the Guangxi frontier. By situating Cantonese upriver and overseas migration within the same framework, Steven Miles re-conceives the late Qing as an age of Cantonese diasporic expansion rather than one of state decline. The book opens with crisis: rising levels of violence targeting Cantonese riverine commerce, much of it fomented by a geographically mobile Cantonese underclass. Miles then narrates the ensuing history of a Cantonese rebel regime established in Guangxi in the wake of the Taiping uprising. Subsequent chapters discuss opportunities created by this crisis and its aftermath and demonstrate important continuities and changes across the mid-century divide. With the reassertion of Qing control, Cantonese commercial networks in Guangxi expanded dramatically and became an increasingly important source of state revenue. Through its reliance on Hunanese and Cantonese to reconquer Guangxi, the Qing state allowed these diasporic cohorts more flexibility in colonizing the provincial administration and examination apparatus, helping to recreate a single polity on the eve of China's transition from empire to nation-state. Huiying Chen is an Assistant Professor in History at Purdue University. She is interested in the circulation of people, goods, and ideas and how societies in history and today cope with the challenges wrought by increased travel in aspects of culture, politics, commerce, law, science, and technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

Coffee and a Mike
Willie Wineberg #467

Coffee and a Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 117:56


Willie Wineberg is the first division one 4x state wrestling champion from Fairfield high school and 2x national qualifier at Purdue University.  He comes on the podcast to discuss getting into wrestling, the motivation all the northeast Ohio people gave him, why he dropped down to 112 pounds his junior year, Eddie Jayne, Jimmy Johnson, Clint Musser, Adam Plouse, his time at Purdue and much more.  PLEASE SUBSCRIBE LIKE AND SHARE THIS PODCAST!!!   Social media Website- https://www.prodigywrestlingacademy.com/   Follow Me  Twitter- https://twitter.com/CoffeeandaMike Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/coffeeandamike/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeandaMike/ Truth Social- https://truthsocial.com/@coffeeandamike Gettr- https://gettr.com/user/coffeeandamike Support My Work  Venmo- https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3570365208987017385&created=1658667789.4661531&printed=1 Website- www.coffeeandamike.com Email- info@coffeeandamike.com

New Books in Chinese Studies
Steven B. Miles, "Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China" (Harvard UP, 2021)

New Books in Chinese Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:07


Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China (Harvard UP, 2021) explores the history of late Qing Cantonese migration along the West River basin during war and reconstruction and the impact of those developments on the relationship between state and local elites on the Guangxi frontier. By situating Cantonese upriver and overseas migration within the same framework, Steven Miles re-conceives the late Qing as an age of Cantonese diasporic expansion rather than one of state decline. The book opens with crisis: rising levels of violence targeting Cantonese riverine commerce, much of it fomented by a geographically mobile Cantonese underclass. Miles then narrates the ensuing history of a Cantonese rebel regime established in Guangxi in the wake of the Taiping uprising. Subsequent chapters discuss opportunities created by this crisis and its aftermath and demonstrate important continuities and changes across the mid-century divide. With the reassertion of Qing control, Cantonese commercial networks in Guangxi expanded dramatically and became an increasingly important source of state revenue. Through its reliance on Hunanese and Cantonese to reconquer Guangxi, the Qing state allowed these diasporic cohorts more flexibility in colonizing the provincial administration and examination apparatus, helping to recreate a single polity on the eve of China's transition from empire to nation-state. Huiying Chen is an Assistant Professor in History at Purdue University. She is interested in the circulation of people, goods, and ideas and how societies in history and today cope with the challenges wrought by increased travel in aspects of culture, politics, commerce, law, science, and technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/chinese-studies

New Books in History
Steven B. Miles, "Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China" (Harvard UP, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:07


Opportunity in Crisis: Cantonese Migrants and the State in Late Qing China (Harvard UP, 2021) explores the history of late Qing Cantonese migration along the West River basin during war and reconstruction and the impact of those developments on the relationship between state and local elites on the Guangxi frontier. By situating Cantonese upriver and overseas migration within the same framework, Steven Miles re-conceives the late Qing as an age of Cantonese diasporic expansion rather than one of state decline. The book opens with crisis: rising levels of violence targeting Cantonese riverine commerce, much of it fomented by a geographically mobile Cantonese underclass. Miles then narrates the ensuing history of a Cantonese rebel regime established in Guangxi in the wake of the Taiping uprising. Subsequent chapters discuss opportunities created by this crisis and its aftermath and demonstrate important continuities and changes across the mid-century divide. With the reassertion of Qing control, Cantonese commercial networks in Guangxi expanded dramatically and became an increasingly important source of state revenue. Through its reliance on Hunanese and Cantonese to reconquer Guangxi, the Qing state allowed these diasporic cohorts more flexibility in colonizing the provincial administration and examination apparatus, helping to recreate a single polity on the eve of China's transition from empire to nation-state. Huiying Chen is an Assistant Professor in History at Purdue University. She is interested in the circulation of people, goods, and ideas and how societies in history and today cope with the challenges wrought by increased travel in aspects of culture, politics, commerce, law, science, and technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Outdoor Podcast Channel
Up North Journal - Talking Plastic Lures with Indiana Bait Company's Zion Dunaway

Outdoor Podcast Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 62:53


Talking plastic lures tonight with Southern Indiana Bait Company's Zion Dunaway. They have been hitting it hard on the fishing circuit along with getting new baits out for fishermen. What has Zion been up to this past few months High School National Fishing Championship Skill level How many teams Money to be had Getting ready for college Purdue University for forestry and rurban forestry What is urban forestry Working with a land management and habitat management company. What does Southern Indiana Bait Company have to offer southernindianabaitco.com Plastic offering of baits Custom colors and offered colors Paddle tails are hot now Color patterns for late summer What triggers the fish to bite Fishing current flows Current flows with dams and power generators on the rivers How they got started making baits How did Zion get started into wildlife and timber management What does the future hold for Zion Where do you see yourself in 5 years Albert Land Management Timber management looked at in a bad light by those uneducated  

Hoosier Ag Today Podcast
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for 8/8/22

Hoosier Ag Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 14:00


The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Monday, Aug. 8, 2022: 1.) Congratulations to Hoosier Ag Today's Chairman Gary Truitt and Dr. Karen Plaut, Dean of Purdue University's College of Agriculture. They were both honored late last week by the Indiana State Department of Agriculture with the state's highest agriculture honor, the AgriVision Award – You'll hear from both Gary and Dr. Plaut – and learn more about their passion for agriculture and their contributions to Indiana's ag industry! 2.) Chief Meteorologist Ryan's Martin's has your next chance for showers and storms in his forecast. 3.) AND Bob Utterback with Utterback Marketing Services reviews Friday's grain markets and previews the markets for the week ahead. That's all part of your Monday Hoosier Ag Today Podcast!

Creative Peacemeal
Jennifer Smith, Mezzo Soprano

Creative Peacemeal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:23


Today's show features Jennifer Smith, Mezzo Soprano. Her unique story reminds us all of the power of believing in oneself…and that it is never too late to chase your dreams. Jennifer lives in the Kansas City area and works in Human Resources for a federal agency. She has a bachelor's degree from Purdue University, and began her graduate work in Adult and Community Education at Ball State University before beginning her career in Human Resources for the government. In her spare time, she enjoys, of course, singing, as well as spending time with friends and family, baking, writing, and knitting. She's even written a book! She hopes that if you take anything away from today's show, it's that nothing is more expensive than regret, and that you and your dreams are worth the risk. Take that leap! Follow Jennifer's journey on her social media here! IG: @uncoveringjenniferVisit Creative Peacemeal Podcast on social media, browse podcast swag, and continue the creative conversations via the blog!Website https://tstakaishi.wixsite.com/musicPodcast site: https://creativepeacemeal.buzzsprout.com/Instagram @creative_peacemeal_podcastFacebook https://www.facebook.com/creativepeacemealpod/RedBubble Merch Shop: CPPodcast.redbubble.com

Relentless Health Value
EP376: Interoperability—Who's Who and Doing What? With Lisa Bari, MBA, MPH

Relentless Health Value

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 34:11 Very Popular


Interoperability. Let's just review a few key points that probably everybody listening knows but certainly bear repeating because they matter. I don't want to dig into the technical or regulatory details of interoperability. That is above my pay grade. But I want to talk about the really important stuff that maybe doesn't get talked about a whole lot because you say the word interoperability and it's like the magic word that transports the unwary into the land of shadow and smoke and mist. It's like a self-published YA (young adult) novel half the time. But let's start here: First of all, consider that a lot of healthcare these days is conceived of as a scattering of micro-moments. It's not even like we think of patients one at a time. We think about patients one ICD-10 code at a time. And we think about those ICD-10 codes in 20-minute increments whenever a patient happens to show up in clinic. The average Medicare patient these days sees five specialists and more than one PCP a lot of times. So, we're not only breaking that patient down into codes per minute or something, but this is further broken down by clinician or practice. Now consider that everybody knows—and when I say everybody knows, I mean it's inarguable at this point—health happens at the whole-patient level, at the whole-person level, more accurately. It happens at the community level: 80% of patient outcomes are going to derive from what that patient does when they leave the office and whether they are able to and health literate enough to construct a reconciled treatment plan for themselves from the bits and pieces of information they've received scattered all over the place. You know in Star Trek when someone gets into the transporter to beam down to a planet and their whole body splinters into a gazillion little pieces? That's how our healthcare industry treats patients. They are frozen in that moment and rarely, if ever, become whole on the other side. So, when we talk about interoperability, what we're really talking about is a means to an end. What we are discussing is creating the ability to treat the whole patient or—Heaven forbid!—consider the whole community because we have enough data that we can accurately and adequately see the whole picture. We are able to avoid prescribing a treatment that is dangerous to the patient, inefficient, duplicative, or low quality—which is what happens over and over again. It's no amazing surprise that our healthcare industry wastes $1 in $4 we spend and doesn't net outcomes that are great in almost any respect when compared to other countries. Let me say this more bluntly, as if that wasn't already pretty blunt: If I don't know relevant and important details about my patient, then I cannot consistently deliver care that is high quality, safe, or cost conscious due to service duplication or uncoordinated care. I mean, how is anybody supposed to deliver evidence-based care when a lot of evidence may or may not be missing? So basically, without interoperability piping in the right patient information, I cannot succeed in any risk-based arrangement, right? If care provided is consistently lower quality, uncoordinated, unsafe, or inefficient, how am I supposed to optimize my care delivery? Said another way, interoperability is essential for anybody who wants to succeed in a value-based arrangement. I need all the data on my patients, and I need it in a way that I can separate the signal from the noise. Of course, getting 40 pages of duplicative SOAP (subjective, objective, assessment, and plan) notes that are semi-accurate and that no one bothers to look at is just unhelpful. Quick counterpoint: FFS (fee for service) loves siloed data. You know how much money everybody talks about could be saved if we eliminate duplicative services? Well, that's how much some fee-for-service health system is gonna lose if you make it easy for clinicians to see that the patient already got that CAT scan. So, in sum, interoperability is essential to high-quality, safe, and efficient care. A mark of a health system or provider practice who is really committed to patient outcomes is going to be their commitment to share data. The world has moved from a “Hey, you're permitted to share data if you really want to” to a “You are obligated to share your data.” And right now, I am loosely quoting Micky Tripathi, PhD, MPP, who is the ONC's (Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology) national coordinator and also the guy in charge of TEFCA (Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement) and implementing the provisions against information blocking that was in the Cures Act Final Rule last year. In this healthcare podcast, I am speaking with the perfect person about interoperability, and that would be Lisa Bari, who is the CEO of Civitas Networks for Health, which is a national collaborative working to improve interoperability in this country to improve health. Since interoperability is a huge topic, what I wanted to understand from Lisa most particularly are: Who are the current roster of players in the interoperability space? Like, what is going on there? Lisa told me that there are four main groups of interoperability folks—EHR (electronic health record) systems; APIs (application programming interfaces); HIEs (health information exchanges), both profit and nonprofit; and then others like clearinghouses, etc—which we talk about in some detail in this episode. We also discussed Larry Ellison's bold proclamation that Cerner is going to build one national medical records database. It's almost like Larry made it through the “welcome to the healthcare briefing” packet that his team gave him and immediately concluded that the interoperability problem is a technology problem, not a business case, fee-for-service, workflow, no universal ID, human, organizational, or government problem. Lisa adds some fidelity there.  Also, TEFCA … we talk about what it is and what it's not. Short version: It's a framework so that no one can say they won't share data lest they get in trouble in some way. At the same time, it's not gonna solve, as Lisa puts it, “the last mile of interoperability,” meaning it's not going to put the right information in the right clinician's hands at the right time. It just governs getting data from one organization to another organization but kinda has nothing to do with the clinical workflow, so to speak. The Civitas Networks for Health annual conference, by the way, is coming up on August 21-24 if you are interested in going.  You can learn more at civitasforhealth.org.  Lisa Bari, MBA, MPH, is the inaugural CEO of Civitas Networks for Health, a national nonprofit member- and mission-driven organization that was previously known as the Network for Regional Health Improvement and the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative. Civitas counts over 100 multi-stakeholder-governed regional health improvement collaboratives and health information exchanges as members and creates national opportunities for education and community building between its members, policy makers, and business partners. Their upcoming conference (August 21-24, 2022, in San Antonio or via livestream) focuses on the theme of data collaboratives and information exchanges creating the critical infrastructure for health equity. Previously, Lisa was the health IT and interoperability lead at the CMS Innovation Center, working on primary care innovation model policy, and additionally has a background in health IT marketing and strategy. She holds an MBA from Purdue University and a Master of Public Health in health policy from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health and serves on the boards of directors of HealthCare Access Maryland and the Zorya Foundation.  06:30 How does value-based care depend on interoperability? 07:38 Why is it really important to exchange information at the right time with the right purpose? 08:00 What is one of the easiest low-hanging fruit to achieve in value-based care? 09:42 What are the four kinds of companies getting into the interoperability space? 11:51 “As we know, there's sort of technical interoperability … and then there's semantic interoperability.” 12:59 Where are we right now with EHR basic interoperability? 15:33 Who should ACOs hire to get the right data at the right time? 17:00 Why is it important to delineate the different types of HIE? 22:09 What can ACOs assure with interoperability? 22:59 Is the demand among ACOs for interoperability there? 24:04 “If you're in value-based care, you better care about what's happening outside of the healthcare setting.” 24:36 EP108 with Chris Klomp.26:25 “Every couple of years, someone talks about creating the ultimate database to rule them all. … It hasn't happened yet, and I don't think it's going to happen.” 26:56 “The difficult thing about healthcare data … interoperability … is an organizational and a governance problem.” 28:49 “You've gotta start with the incentives … and then you do have to say … ‘We are not gonna hoard any more data.'” 29:10 What is TEFCA, and how does it fit into this interoperability conversation? 32:17 “I think partners are trying to solve for value and outcomes.” You can learn more at civitasforhealth.org.  @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How does value-based care depend on interoperability? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Why is it really important to exchange information at the right time with the right purpose? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is one of the easiest low-hanging fruit to achieve in value-based care? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What are the four kinds of companies getting into the interoperability space? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “As we know, there's sort of technical interoperability … and then there's semantic interoperability.” @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Where are we right now with EHR basic interoperability? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Who should ACOs hire to get the right data at the right time? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Why is it important to delineate the different types of HIE? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What can ACOs assure with interoperability? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Is the demand among ACOs for interoperability there? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If you're in value-based care, you better care about what's happening outside of the healthcare setting.” @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Every couple of years, someone talks about creating the ultimate database to rule them all. … It hasn't happened yet, and I don't think it's going to happen.” @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “The difficult thing about healthcare data … interoperability … is an organizational and a governance problem.” @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You've gotta start with the incentives … and then you do have to say … ‘We are not gonna hoard any more data.'” @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is TEFCA, and how does it fit into this interoperability conversation? @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “I think partners are trying to solve for value and outcomes.” @lisabari of @civitas4health discusses #interoperability on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth   Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Betsy Seals (EP375), Dave Chase, Cora Opsahl (EP373), Cora Opsahl (EP372), Dr Mark Fendrick (Encore! EP308), Erik Davis and Autumn Yongchu (EP371), Erik Davis and Autumn Yongchu (EP370), Keith Hartman, Dr Aaron Mitchell (Encore! EP282), Stacey Richter (INBW34), Ashleigh Gunter, Doug Hetherington, Dr Kevin Schulman, Scott Haas, David Muhlestein, David Scheinker, Ali Ucar, Dr Carly Eckert, Jeb Dunkelberger (EP360), Dan O'Neill, Dr Wayne Jenkins, Liliana Petrova, Ge Bai, Nikhil Krishnan, Shawn Rhodes, Pramod John (EP353), Pramod John (EP352), Dr Eric Bricker

The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast
COS - 153 - Big Cat With A Big Heart - Feline Cardiomyopathy (HDYTT)

The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 21:34


Veterinary cardiologist Dr. Mac is back on the podcast! We are talking about an 8 year-old Maine Coon Cat named Jerry who came in for limping... and who happens to have a very large heart on radiographs. How concerned should we be? How much deeper should we investigate? What do we tell the owners? This and more coming up in this episode of the Cone of Shame! LINKS: Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine: https://vet.purdue.edu/ Believing We Can - Leading a Solution Oriented Team: https://unchartedvet.com/product/solution-oriented-team-workshop/ Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Course: https://drandyroark.com/store/ What's on my Scrubs?! Card Game: https://drandyroark.com/training-tools/ Dr. Andy Roark Swag: drandyroark.com/shop All Links: linktr.ee/DrAndyRoark ABOUT OUR GUEST: Dr. McManamey (aka Dr. Mac) is a veterinary cardiologist. She received her degree of veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri. She then completed a rotating internship at the Ohio State University followed by an emergency and critical care internship at North Carolina State University. She finished her cardiology residency at North Carolina State University and became an ACVIM diplomate in 2021. Dr. Mac is currently an assistant clinical professor at Purdue University in Indiana. Cardiology is her favorite subject because it can be made as simple or as complex as needed. Furthermore, every animal has a heart and that means Dr. Mac gets to work with all kinds of species. Her areas of interest within cardiology are echocardiogram, congenital heart disease and interventional procedures, as well as emergency management of cardiac disease. She has a very supportive and patient husband along with three canine fur-children, one of which had a patent ductus arteriosus (of course).

This Is Purdue
Dean Linda Mason on Boilermakers' “Can-Do” Attitude and Graduate School Record Growth

This Is Purdue

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 38:52


In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we're talking to Linda Mason, the dean of Purdue's Graduate School.  Since Dean Mason took over in 2018, the Graduate School has experienced immense growth, including record-high numbers both in overall and international student enrollment.  Listen as Dean Mason discusses how she and her team increased support and opportunities for Boilermaker graduate students, including adding more than 360 professional development workshops and the Graduate Parent Support Network.  Our graduate students are behind so much of the innovation and discovery coming out of a research-intensive land-grant institution like Purdue, from the battery in your phone to the things you eat to the paint in your home. Listen today!  Learn more about Purdue University's Graduate School.  Learn more about Purdue Graduate School Dean Linda Mason. 

Up North Journal Podcast
Episode 655, Talking Plastic Lures with Indiana Bait Company's Zion Dunaway

Up North Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 62:53


Talking plastic lures tonight with Southern Indiana Bait Company's Zion Dunaway. They have been hitting it hard on the fishing circuit along with getting new baits out for fishermen. What has Zion been up to this past few months High School National Fishing Championship Skill level How many teams Money to be had Getting ready for college Purdue University for forestry and rurban forestry What is urban forestry Working with a land management and habitat management company. What does Southern Indiana Bait Company have to offer southernindianabaitco.com Plastic offering of baits Custom colors and offered colors Paddle tails are hot now Color patterns for late summer What triggers the fish to bite Fishing current flows Current flows with dams and power generators on the rivers How they got started making baits How did Zion get started into wildlife and timber management What does the future hold for Zion Where do you see yourself in 5 years Albert Land Management Timber management looked at in a bad light by those uneducated  

Homeschooling Families by Teach Them Diligently
The Battle for our Children’s Identity | 143

Homeschooling Families by Teach Them Diligently

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 41:38


Most would agree, we never imagined that identity would be a problem issue for parents and children alike, and yet it has become a massive issue. Between media bombarding us with messaging that's contrary to God's plan to insecurities that arise from past experiences, many adults and children alike are struggling with the issue of who and Whose they are. Today's podcast will be a great help as we not only frame the discussion on identity, but also give you information that will equip you to parent your children better in these crazy times. Meet the Guest: Joining us today is Dr. Kathy Koch, who is the founder and President of Celebrate Kids and has quickly become one of the speakers that TTD Families look forward to hearing the most. Dr. Kathy earned a Ph.D. in reading and educational psychology from Purdue University. She was a tenured associate professor of education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, a teacher of second graders, a middle school coach, and a school board member before becoming a full-time conference and keynote speaker in 1991. She has loved Jesus for years and her faith and desire to serve and glorify God is the foundation of her ministry.  Beyond those impressive credentials, though, Dr. Kathy is one of the most gifted speakers we have ever seen, and she has a gift of relating and making her sessions engaging to audiences of all ages. Her love for Jesus and her love for families has led her to write a number of books and speak all across the country to equip families to educate and parent the children God gave them well.  Sponsored By: Join us in Teach Them Diligently 365. Membership in TTD365 will give you access to thousands of homeschool resources available on demand-- workshops from speakers like Dr. Kathy Koch, Heidi St. John, Sonya Shafer, Kim Sorgius, and countless others available any time you need a question answered or a little pick me up to get through your week. The community elements within the membership, though, really set TTD365 apart. Small community groups build strong friendships. Monthly meetups give us all a fun time of fellowship together, Office Hours give us the time to ask questions and dive deeper into the big idea of the month, and Real Moms of 365 give us time to share with one another in an incredibly helpful way as we're all growing together. I can't encourage you strongly enough to join us there. Go to https://teachthemdiligently.net/jointtd365 to learn more and join us there today! Additional Resources: Resilient Kids book by Dr. Kathy Koch Prayers for my Children Resource from Teach Them Diligently   Identity Verses Printable from Teach Them Diligently

Angel Invest Boston
Joe Phoenix - Democratizing Philanthropy

Angel Invest Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 54:46


Angel Scale Biotech: Learn More Joe Phoenix founded Givinga to democratize philanthropy. After a luminous career in investments, he is turning his fruitful energies and network to build a new space he calls philantech. A dynamic chat with a remarkable founder.  Sponsored by Purdue University entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, patent attorney at Fish and Richardson. Highlights: Sal Daher Introduces Joe Phoenix Givinga's Mission How Givinga is Helping Portfolio Company Meenta Build its Non-Profit Effort, Curesology Givinga's Founding Story Joe's Transition to Putnam “...Funds have been around for a long time, but it was like a breakthrough in financial technology that enabled the creation of mutual funds…” Cryptocurrency Versus Mutual Funds “...take your return, divide it into 72 and it tells you how many years it takes you to double your money…” Change in Money Value Over Time The Growing Biotech Industry Advice to the Audience Topics: founding story, discovering entrepreneurship

AgriTalk
AgriTalk-August 3, 2022

AgriTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 41:54


We get a rundown of the latest Ag Economy Barometer from Dr. Jim Mintert of Purdue University plus The Farmer Forum with Chad Leman of Illinois and Mike Appert of North Dakota.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
Purdue's Newest Corn Guy

Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 33:15


- The Kernel - Purdue University Extension- Corn Pollination Success webpage- Crop Focus - Corn Pollination Success PDF

Work Life Balance Podcast: Business | Productivity | Results
Interview with Blaine Oelkers, Chief Results Officer®

Work Life Balance Podcast: Business | Productivity | Results

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 38:53


I think you will find my guest to be a person who loves to help people get RESULTS, and knows which habits bring success and results. Blaine Oelkers is a TEDx Speaker and leading authority in personal implementation and consistency. He is America's only Chief Results Officer®. He's a habit master with documented streaks of 1,485 days in a row and counting! Blaine graduated from Purdue University and Stanford University's Social Entrepreneurship Program. He co-authored 3 books. He is powered by Selfluence, which is a personal development and training company. He is excited to share with you ways you can take control of your life by taking control of yourself. Here are a few of the questions I asked Blaine that you will benefit from by listening to his interview: • You are called the Chief Results Officer. What are the specific habits we need to implement that will consistently bring us successful results? • The different types of Results Machines™ - Making your results automatic. • You talk about a 30 Minute Hour. Is it really possible to get an hour's worth of important activities done in just 30 minutes? If so, tell us how to do this please! • I believe we can change a habit the first time we decide to and it doesn't have to take 21 days. How do you suggest we create new habits in 21 seconds instead of 21 days? • If you could distill all of personal development down to a single sentence what would that be? • Share with us the secrets to unlock the full power of our mind. WYTAYBA™ - What You Think About You Bring About • Most of us who have been around the business world for a minute, have read or at least heard of the book, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. If you haven't, you need to read this book. Blaine, you have your own version Think and Grow Rich – how is that different than other versions? Watch Blaine's TEDx talk and learn one simple and elegant results technique which activates your mind with your top goal over 100 times a day! Watch it now by going to https://blainetedx.com/. You can find my interview with Blaine Oelkers at https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/my-podcast/, https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/accountabilitycoach.com/id290547573, https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id305208343, and on most podcast platforms and in most English-speaking countries. Subscribe and get notified every time a new episode is released. Aim for what you want each and every day! Anne Bachrach The Accountability Coach™ The Results Accelerator™ Get a daily Accountability Minute single, simple, doable idea, so you can start your day off on the "right foot", by subscribing to The Accountability Minute at https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/my-podcast/ or you can find The Accountability Minute on most podcast platforms and in most English-speaking countries. - Subscribe to my high-value short business success tips and resources Blog (https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/blog/) - Subscribe to my YouTube channel with business success principles (https://www.youtube.com/annebachrach) - Connect with me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheAccountabilityCoach) - Connect with me on Linked-in thttps://www.linkedin.com/in/annebachrach) - Connect with me on Pinterest (https://pinterest.com/resultsrule/) - Connect with me on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/annebachrach/) I'm author of 5 books, including Excuses Don't Count; Results Rule, Live Life with No Regrets, No Excuses, and the Work Life Balance Emergency Kit, The Roadmap To Success with Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard, and more.

The Up-Beet Dietitians
64. Food Marketing: Trends, Issues, and the Madness with Lauren Link

The Up-Beet Dietitians

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 34:13


In this episode of The Up-Beet Dietitians podcast, Emily and Hannah are joined by sports dietitian and Purdue alum, Lauren Link. Lauren dives into her popular social media series: Marketing Madness. She breaks down what it is, the negative impacts of misleading marketing, and how listeners can shop smart. Be sure to tune to learn how to spot marketing madness and hear about the most outrageous #marketingmadness products Lauren's come across! Lauren Link is a Registered Dietitian and Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics. She is the director of sports nutrition at Purdue University, where she played women's soccer and was part of the 2007 Big Ten Tournament championship team. As an undergrad, she completed a dual degree in Dietetics and Nutrition, Fitness and Health, and later completed her Masters from Purdue in Health and Kinesiology. Lauren began her professional career as a clinical dietitian with St. Vincent's Hospital before returning to her alma mater in 2014 as the program's first full-time sports dietitian. As the director of sports nutrition at Purdue she oversees all sports nutrition operations and staff, and works directly with football, men's basketball, soccer and volleyball. Outside of her work at Purdue, she also sits on the Board of Directors for the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association and is currently the Vice President. In 2017 she published her first book, The Healthy Former Athlete. Follow Lauren on social media @linktonutrition ! This podcast is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have questions or concerns about any areas of your health, please seek advice from a medical professional. Social Media Links: The Up-Beet Dietitians Website: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/ Our Course: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/course Email: theupbeetdietitians@gmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theupbeetdietitians/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKjuRtudZD8gAxXWv3ur_hw Lauren Website: www.thehealthyformerathlete.com Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok: @LinktoNutrition Emily Website & Blog: www.emknutrition.net Instagram: @dietitianemk TikTok: @dietitianemily YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfkt2qpXB1T7XoCQKh6Fd1g Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DietitianEmK Hannah Work with Hannah: https://www.healthwithhannaht.com/programs Website & Blog: https://www.healthwithhannaht.com/blog Instagram: @dietitian.hannah TikTok: @dietitianhannah YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPWsiK2t3hD0XvWg2NJRU0A Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/healthwithhannaht --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-up-beet-dietitians/support

AgriTalk
AgriTalk-August 2, 2022

AgriTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:54


U.S. Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas joins us to discuss the process of getting his PACT bill passed in the Senate plus his thoughts on the Inflation Reduction Act and Speaker Nancy Pelosi visiting Taiwan. Dan Basse of Ag Resource Company provides an amazing download of information regarding the situation in Ukraine, including questions about who owns the grain, who's getting paid for it, what is the quality of the cargo, can vessels be insured and a lot more. And Sarah Beth Aubrey of Elevate Ag talks about the August 23rd event called the IN-CLIMATE Summit at Purdue University.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Purdue Commercial AgCast
Ag Barometer Insight: July 2022 Survey

Purdue Commercial AgCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 18:59


The Purdue-CME Group Ag Economy Barometer sentiment index rose 6 points in July to a reading of 103. Producers in this month's survey were somewhat more optimistic about both current and future economic conditions on their farms than they were in June. This month's survey was conducted from July 11-15, 2022. The Purdue University-CME Group Ag Economy Barometer sentiment index is calculated each month from 400 U.S. agricultural producers' responses to a telephone survey. Purdue ag economist James Mintert breaks down the results of the July 2022 Ag Economy Barometer survey. The full report is available at https://purdue.ag/agbarometer.   Podcast provided by Purdue University's Center for Commercial Agriculture. For more economic information and insights on the Ag Economy Barometer, visit us at http://purdue.edu/commercialag

PsychEd: educational psychiatry podcast
PsychEd Episode 46: Antisocial Personality Disorder and Psychopathy with Dr. Donald Lynam

PsychEd: educational psychiatry podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 53:30 Very Popular


Welcome to PsychEd, the psychiatry podcast for medical learners, by medical learners. In this episode, we present a broad overview of antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy with our guest expert - Dr. Donald Lynam. Dr. Lynam is a clinical psychologist by training, and professor at Purdue university, where he heads the Purdue's Developmental Psychopathology, Psychopathy and Personality Lab. While there may be some disagreement in the field, Dr. Lynam and I discuss how ASPD and psychopathy are two diagnostic constructs that are attempting to outline the same psychopathology, with the main difference being the degree of severity - for this reason, we use the terms antisocial and psychopathic interchangeably.    While not necessary, it may be of benefit for listeners to familiarize themselves with the DSM-V criteria for antisocial personality disorder, the psychopathy checklist (PCL), as well as the 5-factor model of personality. References for each are listed below in the references section, however, for a brief overview, one could do a quick google image search for each term (Wikipedia also has a succinct overview of the psychopathy checklist).   The learning objectives for this episode are as follows:   Develop a basic understanding of what is meant by antisocial personality and psychopathy Be aware of some of the classic traits and characteristics of antisocial/psychopathic personalities, and the general functions of these behaviors  Describe the theoretical basis for the development of antisocial personalities    Guest Expert: Dr. Donald Lynam - Clinical psychologist, Investigator at Purdue University, Indiana Produced and hosted by: Dr. Chase Thompson (PGY5 in Psychiatry) Episode guidance and feedback: Dr. Gaurav Sharma (PGY4 in Psychiatry)   Interview Content:   0:50 - Learning objectives 1:40 - Dr. Lynam discusses his path to his current research interests 3:40 - Defining the terms antisocial personality disorder, sociopathy, psychopathy 8:30 - Discussing the possibility of antisocial behaviors without an antisocial personality 12:07 - Laying out the core features of antisocial individuals  18:20 - Antisocial personality from the perspective of the Big 5 personality model 22:00 - Discussion of the high-functioning psychopathy  25:06 - Prevalence of psychopathy 30:10 - Factors relevant to the development of psychopathy 39:30 - Prognosis and clinical trajectory  44:30 - Comorbid psychopathology  46:30 - Functions of antagonism or antisocial behaviours  49:30 - Treatment    References   American Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. 5th ed. 2013. Broidy LM, Nagin DS, Tremblay RE, Bates JE, Brame B, Dodge KA, Fergusson D, Horwood JL, Loeber R, Laird R, Lynam DR. Developmental trajectories of childhood disruptive behaviors and adolescent delinquency: a six-site, cross-national study. Developmental psychology. 2003 Mar;39(2):222. Babiak P, Hare RD, McLaren T. Snakes in suits: When psychopaths go to work. New York: Harper; 2007 May 8. Hare RD. The psychopathy checklist–Revised. Toronto, ON. 2003;412. Hare RD, Harpur TJ, Hakstian AR, Forth AE, Hart SD, Newman JP. The revised psychopathy checklist: reliability and factor structure. Psychological Assessment: A Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1990 Sep;2(3):338. Hare RD, Hart SD, Harpur TJ. Psychopathy and the DSM-IV criteria for antisocial personality disorder. Journal of abnormal psychology. 1991 Aug;100(3):391. Jones SE, Miller JD, Lynam DR. Personality, antisocial behavior, and aggression: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Criminal Justice. 2011 Jul 1;39(4):329-37. Lynam DR. Early identification of chronic offenders: Who is the fledgling psychopath?. Psychological bulletin. 1996 Sep;120(2):209. Miller JD, Lynam DR. Psychopathy and the five-factor model of personality: A replication and extension. Journal of personality assessment. 2003 Oct 1;81(2):168-78.   CPA Note: The views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect those of the Canadian Psychiatric Association. For more PsychEd, follow us on Twitter (@psychedpodcast), Facebook (PsychEd Podcast), and Instagram (@psyched.podcast). You can provide feedback by email at psychedpodcast@gmail.com. For more information, visit our website at psychedpodcast.org.

Full Steam Ahead: A Podcast About Purdue
Ep. 153: Summer Commencement Speaker Will Raymer

Full Steam Ahead: A Podcast About Purdue

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 13:37


2022 Summer Commencement Speaker Will Raymer joins the podcast to talk about his time for Purdue, getting selected to address his fellow graduates, his message to them, and more!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Science Modeling Talks
Episode 35 - Bryan Battaglia - Leading Students to Deeper Understanding

Science Modeling Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 35:30


For this episode, Mark caught up with physics modeler Bryan Battaglia, during a modeling instruction workshop on computational modeling, physics first with bootstrap. They talked about Bryan's teaching journey and how modeling meshes quite well with the IB curriculum. They spend time talking about things we may do as teachers that actually stand in the way of student understanding, and talk about things we can do that help lead students to deeper understanding. Guests Bryan Battaglia Bryan Battaglia is a 24 year science teacher from Macomb, Michigan. He earned a B.S. in Genetic Biology from Purdue University intending to go into cell biology or marine biology in grad school, but his journey took him to teaching, first middle school, and now high school physics. He has led modeling workshops and has helped to develop the computational modeling physics first with bootstrap curriculum. https://www.twitter.com/brybatt (Twitter) Highlights [8:00] Bryan Battaglia "I had considered myself to be a constructivist style teacher, but I didn't actually know what that really meant until I took my modeling workshop and I'm like, oh, this is how you do that." [18:32] Bryan Battaglia "being able to think about energy and develop some sort of useful model for energy that we can use in all contexts is way more important to me than Newton's second law." [19:55] Bryan Battaglia "one of the things that I strive to do in class is develop that culture where kids feel safe to bring up ideas. We celebrate incorrect answers as much as we celebrate correct answers because it's through disproving ideas that we have more confidence in what we eventually deem to be the correct answer." Resources Download Transcript https://sciencemodelingtalks.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/SMT-Ep35-BryanBattaglia-Transcript.pdf (Ep 35 Transcript) Links https://www.ibo.org/about-the-ib/ (International Baccalaureate)

An American Conversation Podcast
Kallie Fell Executive Director | Center for Bioethics & Culture | Discusses Surrogacy

An American Conversation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 55:40


Kallie Fell (MS, BSN, RN) started her professional career as a scientist in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center utilizing a Master of Science degree in Animal Sciences with an emphasis on Reproductive Physiology and Molecular Biology from Purdue University. While assisting in the investigation of endometriosis and pre-term birth, Kallie simultaneously pursued a degree in nursing with hopes of working with women as a perinatal nurse. After meeting Jennifer at a conference, Kallie became interested in the work of the Center for Bioethics and Culture and started volunteering with the organization. It is obvious that Kallie is passionate about women's health. She continues to work, as she has for the past 6 years, as a perinatal nurse and has worked with the CBC since 2018, first as a volunteer writer, then as our staff Research Associate, and now as the Executive Director.  In 2021, Kallie co-directed the CBC's newest documentary, Trans Mission: What's the Rush to Reassign Gender?  Kallie also hosts the popular podcast Venus Rising and is the Program Director for the Paul Ramsey Institute. https://cbc-network.org

City on a Hill: Kansas City
#076 Samantha Feulner

City on a Hill: Kansas City

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 26:09


Miss Samantha sits down with Fr. Mattingly and Taylor Furrer, to share how in childhood she experienced, first, and intellectual conversion. Having been raised Catholic, she was exposed to transcendental media and had a great love of reading. Moving from high school to college, she experienced her first realm of temptation - having a lot of choices to make on her own for the first time. Through her time at Purdue University, Sam experienced conversion on many levels. She was recruited to join the swim team, which provided opportunities for growth in humility, some genuine friendships, and, most importantly, that she is lovable despite all that she does - she is lovable just by her being!

Overheard at National Geographic
Playback: Amelia Earhart Part II: The Lady's Legacy

Overheard at National Geographic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 37:11 Very Popular


Amelia Earhart's statue was recently unveiled at the U.S. Capitol, and for good reason: Her adventurous spirit had implications for women around the country. Earhart went well beyond setting records as a pilot--her true end game was equality for women, a rarely explored side of her life story that goes well beyond the mystery of her disappearance. In today's Playback, we hit our archives and learn about a different Amelia. For more information on this episode, visit nationalgeographic.com/overheard. This summer, adventure is never far away with a free one-month trial subscription to Nat Geo Digital. For starters, there's full access to our online stories, plus every Nat Geo issue ever published in our archives! There's a whole lot more for subscribers, and you can check it all out–for free–at natgeo.com/exploremore. Want more? Read “My Flight from Hawaii,” the 1935 article Earhart wrote for National Geographic about her voyage from Hawaii to California.  Peruse the Amelia Earhart archive at Purdue University, which is filled with memorabilia and images from Earhart's life, including her inimitable sense of fashion and some revolutionary luggage. Take a look through Earhart's childhood home in Atchison, Kansas. It's now the Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum.  And click here to learn more about the Amelia Earhart statue at the U.S. Capitol and the new Amelia Earhart Hangar Museum being built in Atchison. Also explore: Check out Earhart's cherry red Lockheed Vega 5B, used to fly across the Atlantic solo in 1932. It's on display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, in Washington, D.C. Learn about the Ninety-Nines, an organization founded in 1929 to promote advancement for women in aviation. Earhart was the Ninety-Nines' first president. Today its membership is composed of thousands of female pilots from around the world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

LIVIN THE GOOD LIFE SHOW
Dr. William Forstchen (Could ‘Unknown Factors' in Schools Stop Active Shooters in Their Tracks?)

LIVIN THE GOOD LIFE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 14:39


William R. Forstchen has a Ph.D. from Purdue University with specializations in Military History and the History of Technology. He is a Faculty Fellow and Professor of History at Montreat College. He is the author of fifty books including the New York Times bestselling series One Second After, the Lost Regiment series, and the award-winning young adult novel, We Look Like Men of War. He has also authored numerous short stories and articles about military history and military technology. Dr. Forstchen resides near Asheville, North Carolina.Could ‘Unknown Factors' in Schools Stop Active Shooters in Their Tracks?Washington, D.C., July 25, 2022 — While politicians wring their hands and debate complex gun control legislation, military expert and historian Dr. William R. Forstchen offers a strategy that could be implemented in time for the upcoming school year. “We arm some teachers,” Forstchen said in a recent interview. “We should select people who are ex-military, ex-law enforcement. Train them, train them, train them. Compensate them. Put them in the schools, armed. They become the ‘unknown factor.' I think this could make a major difference.”  Besides exhaustively vetting and evaluating these chosen members of the school faculty, anonymity is paramount. In fact, Forstchen added, “If they ever tell anyone or boast, ‘oh gee I'm armed now,' fire them. You want these people to be anonymous.” Forstchen's perspective is informed by his 45 years of teaching and by the Beslan school siege in 2004 — an Islamic terror attack against a Russian school that left 333 people dead, including 186 children. He believes that arming teachers could serve as a deterrent, or at the very least, a way to stop school shooters in their tracks. “They would be the ‘unknown factor' in every single school,” Forstchen wrote in a recent opinion editorial in The Washington Times. “They would be the men and women who, in those first precious seconds, would react rather than hide, be it against a lone killer or even a trained team of killers. They could buy time for other responders to rush in, rather than wait outside while mayhem runs rampant within.“They would be the ones who would willingly put their lives on the line … but would be the surprise factor in a school that would fight back when seconds counted. They might not stop, but they would at least slow down an aggressor and buy time for a swift response … In so doing, they just might prevent a Beslan massacre from happening here.”   The Beslan incident also prompted Forstchen to write the book, Day of Wrath, which presents the unsettling scenario of ISIS-inspired teams launching a coordinated attack on schools — a threat he views as all-too realistic. William R. Forstchen is a New York Times bestselling author and holds a doctoral degree from Purdue University with a specialization in military history and technology. He is a noted expert historian and public speaker and has been interviewed on FOX News, C-SPAN, and Coast to Coast on topics ranging from history to technology and cultural issues, to space technology development, to security threats.To read the entire op-ed, visit https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/jun/7/train-and-arm-teachers-they-would-be-the-unknown-f/. More information about Day of Wrath can be found here: http://dayofwrathbook.com/.  

TNT Radio
Mark Shaw on Deprogram with Michael Parker - 28 July 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 55:57


GUEST OVERVIEW: Literary consultant, conspiracy theory expert, Mark Shaw is the best-selling author of ‘The Reporter Who Knew Too Much.' Mark is a rising star in the conspiracy theory firmament, a respected investigative reporter, and noted historian who has published nearly thirty books, including six touching on the JFK assassination. His most recent book, Collateral Damage, connected the deaths of Marilyn Monroe, Dorothy Kilgallen, and JFK for the first time. Shaw's alma mater Purdue University is archiving his body of work and acclaimed actor/producer Mark Wahlberg's production company is developing a documentary based on Collateral Damage. GUEST WEBSITE: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Reporter-Who-Knew-Too-https://markshawbooks.com/ 

The Research Evangelist
Meet Lori Hall. Self-described patient whisperer, social intrapreneur and quiet revolutionary. She is passionate about health literacy.

The Research Evangelist

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 42:00


On today's episode, meet Lori Hall. Lori is Senior Director of Global Health Literacy at Eli Lilly in Indianapolis, though she would describe herself as a patient whisperer, social intrapreneur and quiet revolutionary. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Purdue University and practiced as a Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurse before embarking on her journey in the pharmaceutical industry. She calls health literacy "empathy in action."

Angel Invest Boston
Marco Salvalaggio - Fintech Angel

Angel Invest Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 64:28


Angel Scale Biotech: Learn More A career in international finance gives Marco Salvalaggio an unusual perspective on angel investing. We discussed his favorite startups and pondered strategies founders and angels can use to build better companies.  Sponsored by Purdue University entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, patent attorney at Fish and Richardson. Highlights:  Sal Daher Introduces Marco Salvalaggio HappyNest: An App-Based Laundry Service Cactivate: Ad Placing for Small Businesses Revizion: Software for Managing Customer Reviews The Difference Between California and New England Angel Investors “...You need the Puritanism of New England and you also need the can-do informality of California…” Marco's Background “...It was the convergence of my personal life with my professional life that got me to Angel investment because I met a very nice woman that eventually became my wife…” Advice to the Audience “...if you have perspective where you understand the whole technology cycle ... that means that you're going to have less waste of resources, that means higher returns…” Topics: angel investing strategies, discovering entrepreneurship, fin tech

Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
Corn Pollination with Purdue University's Dan Quinn

Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 36:36


- The Kernel - Purdue University Extension- Corn Pollination Success webpage- Crop Focus - Corn Pollination Success PDF

Purdue Commercial AgCast
Rising Interest Rates...Implications for Farmers

Purdue Commercial AgCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 31:27


On this episode Purdue ag economists Brady Brewer and Michael Langemeier discuss inflation and interest rates in the agricultural sector as well as the agricultural credit markets. Gain more insight on interest rates, inflation and more!   If you are enjoying the podcast, tweet us using #PurdueCommercialAgCast.  Podcast provided by Purdue University's Center for Commercial Agriculture. For more farm information and news visit us at http://purdue.edu/commercialag.  

The Mel K Show
Mel K with Acclaimed Author & Journalist Jack Cashill On Common Sense Revisited 7-26-22

The Mel K Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 60:43


Find Jack's amazing work here: https://www.cashill.com/ Jack has written for Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Weekly Standard, American Thinker, WND, The American Spectator, the Washington Times and more. He has published fifteen books under his own name and collaborated discreetly on twenty others. He has produced a score of documentaries for regional PBS and national cable channels. Jack has a Ph.D. from Purdue University in American studies, has taught media and literature at Purdue and at Kansas City area universities, and served as a Fulbright lecturer in France. We at www.themelkshow.com want to thank all our amazing patriots pals for joining us on this journey, for your support of our work and for your faith in this biblical transition to greatness. It's going to be a great year and definitely a year to get and be involved in taking back our world. We love what we do and are working hard to keep on top of everything to help this transition along peacefully and with love. Please help us amplify our message: Like, Comment & Share! The Show's Partners Page: https://themelkshow.com/partners/   Consider Making A Donation: https://themelkshow.com/donate/ Another way to get involved and find ways to become active in the community is to come meet Mel and many amazing truth warriors at our upcoming live in person speaking events. Together we are unstoppable. We look forward to seeing you. GodWins! https://themelkshow.com/events/ Batavia, NY August 12-13  (Reawaken America Tour) Washington/Idaho State Border September 16-17 (Reawaken America Tour) Remember to mention Mel K for great discounts on all these fun and informative events. See you there! We are taking our country and freedoms back! Support this nationwide crowdfunding campaign to save freedom. 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Dawn and Steve Mornings
Hour 3: Resiliency for Our Kids

Dawn and Steve Mornings

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 23:14


Dr. Kathy Koch provides some insight on how to help our children develop resiliency! Dr. Kathy Koch (pronounced “cook”) is the Founder and President of Celebrate Kids, Inc., based in Fort Worth, TX, and a co-founder of Ignite the Family, based in Alpharetta, GA. She has influenced thousands of parents, teachers, and children in 30 countries through keynote messages, seminars, chapels, and other events. She speaks regularly at schools, churches, and pregnancy resource centers. She has authored six books including Screens and Teens and 8 Great Smarts. Her newest book, Start with the Heart: How to Motivate Your Kids to Be Compassionate, Responsible, and Brave (even when you’re not around) was published by Moody in March. Dr. Kathy earned a Ph.D. in reading and educational psychology from Purdue University. She was a tenured associate professor of education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, a teacher of second graders, a middle school coach, and a school board member before becoming a full-time conference and keynote speaker in 1991. She has loved Jesus for years and her faith and desire to serve and glorify God is the foundation of her ministry.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TNT Radio
Mark Shaw on The Bryan McClain Show - 26 July 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 55:48


GUEST OVERVIEW: Literary consultant, conspiracy theory expert, Mark Shaw is the best-selling author of ‘The Reporter Who Knew Too Much.' Mark is a rising star in the conspiracy theory firmament, a respected investigative reporter, and noted historian who has published nearly thirty books, including six touching on the JFK assassination. His most recent book, Collateral Damage, connected the deaths of Marilyn Monroe, Dorothy Kilgallen, and JFK for the first time. Shaw's alma mater Purdue University is archiving his body of work and acclaimed actor/producer Mark Wahlberg's production company is developing a documentary based on Collateral Damage. GUEST WEBSITE: https://markshawbooks.com/ 

FiringTheMan
Interview with Blaine Oelkers

FiringTheMan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 49:52


Mastering a habit takes a lot of self-discipline and focus. But it is in mastering your habits that you could achieve success.In this episode, Blaine Oelkers shares what it takes to truly develop a habit without falling back to your usual routine and procrastinating. We can learn from his experience as someone who's been working from home for 27 years, how he's able to push himself forward and kept himself motivated regardless of how he's feeling physically or emotionally.Blaine is the founder of Selfluence & WYTAYBA (What You Think About You Bring About). Blaine has a degree from Purdue University & Stanford's Executive program in Entrepreneurship and has been featured as a TEDx speaker. Blaine fired the man over 27 years ago and has been running his own business ever since.[00:01 - 07:03] Opening Segment Welcoming Blaine to the showThe two reasons why Blaine fired the manHow focus is a key to success[07:04 - 24:54] Master Yourself, Master Your LifeThe What You Think About You Bring About (WYTAYBA) mindsetWhat is Guilt Free Hours and how it could bring more meaning to your lifeDiscover when people are normally more productiveThe PDF Method (Plan. Delegate. Focus)Single-tasking versus multi-tasking versus batch tasking: Which is suitable to complete your tasks?Want some Amazon refunds? Check out GETIDAPromo code: FTM400[24:55 - 36:24] Stay Productive Even When No One is WatchingLet's recap the strategies shared by BlaineBlaine's productivity tips after working from home for 27 yearsHow to keep yourself disciplined during work from homeWhat he learned from the last pages of Think and Grow Rich[27:01 - 35:34] Closing Segment Build a habit through habit-linkingThe Fire RoundConnect with Blaine on the links below!Quotes  “Do more of what works and less of what doesn't. - Blaine Oelkers “You want to maximize those freedoms [working from home], but at the same time, you got to put in some controls and some self-discipline to make sure that it's productive.” - Blaine Oelkers “When you want to start a new habit, what you do is link it to an existing habit. And then serve some kind of urge.” - Blaine Oelkers  Connect with Blaine Oelkers on LinkedIn and check out his masterclass if you'd like to develop that new habit in 21 seconds, or check his TEDx! Send us a voice message and let us know how we can help you fire the man! FacebookYouTubeInstagramResources MentionedGETIDAEarl NightingalePareto PrincipleBook Think and Grow RichEmail us --> support@firingtheman.com Leave us a review as it really helps the show!   

FOCUS on Agriculture
Episode 77: Jayson Lusk - Exploring Consumer Food Insights

FOCUS on Agriculture

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 46:37


Dr. Jayson Lusk is an ag economist at Purdue University, where he is a distinguished professor and head of the Department of Agricultural Economics. Dr. Lusk studies what we eat and why we eat it. He is the author of several books, including his latest, Unnaturally Delicious: How Science and Technology are Serving up Super Foods to Save the World. In this episode, we discuss the results of consumer surveys about food, and how farmers can positively impact consumer perceptions. You can learn more about Dr. Lusk's work at: www.jaysonlusk.com. Monthly survey results about consumer attitudes toward food and agricultural issues can be found at the Center for Food Demand Analysis and Sustainability (CFDAS): https://ag.purdue.edu/cfdas/data-resources/consumer-food-insights/. You can also follow Dr. Lusk on Twitter: @jaysonlusk.

Ag+Bio+Science
27. Serving communities + creating change

Ag+Bio+Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 22:00


Purdue University has been hosting the 4th cohort of The Mandela Washington Fellowship with agbioscience innovators from Africa spending time on campus this summer to hone and develop their professional and leadership skills. This week, we are joined by Boaz Berhanu and Molly Abende to talk about their experience with the program this summer.  They talk about the critical issues facing their respective communities, what they've learned from the program and how they plan to enact change at home once they return. 

Ag News Daily
July 22, 2022: DIAL Ventures of Purdue University

Ag News Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022


Ben Van Nostran of DIAL Ventures at Purdue University joins us to talk through the program and the start-up agriculture companies they work with. You can learn more about the program at https://www.dialventures.com.

Healthcare Triage Podcast
How Immunotherapy Can Fight Cancer

Healthcare Triage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 36:08


In the latest episode of the Healthcare Triage Podcast, Dr. Huda Salman talks with Dr. Aaron Carroll about the Brown Center for Immunotherapy, of which Salman is the new executive director. Immunotherapy is a kind of cancer treatment that helps a patient's immune system fight the disease.  This Healthcare Triage podcast episode is co-sponsored by Indiana University School of Medicine, whose mission is to advance health in the state of Indiana and beyond by promoting innovation and excellence in education, research, and patient care, and the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, a three way partnership among Indiana University, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame, striving to make Indiana a healthier state by empowering research through pilot funding, research education and training. More information on the Indiana CTSI can be found by visiting IndianaCTSI.org. Transcript: https://bit.ly/3oooSTO

The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast
COS - 150 - Is It A Seizure, Heart Disease... Or IMHA? (HDYTT)

The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 30:27


Veterinary Internist Dr. Andrew Woolcock joins the podcast to discuss a 6 year-old Cocker Spaniel with an acute onset of lethargy, inappetance and depression. She also had a single collapsing episode that might or might not have been a seizure. Could this actually be IMHA? Dr. Woolcock talks through his diagnostic workup of choice and a variety of treatment options. LINKS ACVIM consensus statement on the treatment of immune-mediated hemolytic anemia in dogs - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30847984/ ACVIM consensus statement on the diagnosis of immune-mediated hemolytic anemia in dogs and cats - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30806491/ Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine: https://www.vet.purdue.edu Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Course: https://drandyroark.com/store/ What's on my Scrubs?! Card Game: https://drandyroark.com/training-tools/ Dr. Andy Roark Swag: drandyroark.com/shop All Links: linktr.ee/DrAndyRoark ABOUT OUR GUEST: Dr. Andrew Woolcock is a veterinary internist. He's from the Midwest and did his schooling at Michigan State University, where he graduated with his DVM. After an internship at North Carolina State University, Dr. Woolcock completed a residency in small animal internal medicine at the University of Georgia. He joined the faculty at Purdue University in 2015, and is currently an Associate Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine. Dr. Woolcock loves the complex puzzles that internal medicine patients present, and loves working with students as they put the pieces together. He loves all-things-medicine, because physiology is so fascinating, but he especially gravitates toward immune-mediated diseases and endocrinology. Dr. Woolcock enjoys his clinical practice, but also his research in oxidative stress, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. When he's not at work, Dr. Woolcock is likely watching old movies with his husband and their dog, Auggie (not sure of what breed he is, so they invented one for him – a Miniature Fluftoffee).

Angel Invest Boston
Ryan Hess - Timely Data, Better Care

Angel Invest Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 29:36


Angel Scale Biotech: Learn More Gathering scattered medical data about a patient and giving it to the doctor in time for a visit is Connective Health's aim. Founder, Ryan Hess, updates us on the progress of his startup in improving care and lowering costs. Sponsored by Purdue University entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, patent attorney at Fish and Richardson. Highlights: Sal Daher Introduces Ryan Hess Connective Health: The Problem It's Solving Patient Info Doctors Are Missing and Why It Matters "... it's something a provider wants to see because they want that short story..." Connective Health's Next Step "... if it is a provider that is about to deliver treatment and there is an entity that has your data, that entity, as long as it's under the realm of HIPAA, can provide that data to the provider..." Advice to the Audience Topics: discovering entrepreneurship, founding story

The Mushroom Hour Podcast
Ep. 130: Fungal Systematics, Mushroom Ancestry & Recognizing Patterns (feat. Dr. Andrew Wilson)

The Mushroom Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 100:55 Very Popular


Today on the Mushroom Hour we are honored to be joined by Dr. Andrew Wilson - Assistant Curator of Mycology in the Sam Mitchel Herbarium of Fungi at Denver Botanic Gardens. For Dr. Wilson the discovery of mycology began back in the late 90's at San Francisco State University in taking classes from world renown mushroom taxonomist, Dr. Dennis Desjardin. Working with Dennis, Andrew earned a Masters degree studying the mushroom genus Gymnopus from Java and Bali. He later went on to earn a PhD in the lab of Dr. David Hibbett at Clark University. His project took him back to Southeast Asia, this time to study the ecology and evolution enigmatic puffball genus Calostoma and their relatives. In 2009, Andrew graduated and began a postdoc with Dr. Gregory Mueller at the Chicago Botanic Garden where he explored the systematic evolution of the Cantharellales and the model ectomycorrhizal mushroom genus Laccaria. He also did a one-year postdoc at Purdue University, in the lab of Dr. Cathie Aime, teasing apart the complex evolution of plant pathogenic rust fungi. At Denver Botanic Gardens, Dr. Wilson is working on a regional contribution to the Fungal Diversity Survey (FunDiS) that encompasses the state of Colorado, with a focus on the Southern Rockies. In this effort he is training students on how to study biodiversity using natural history collection and DNA sequence analysis. He is also working on new tools in DNA sequencing to better sample and study fungal diversity.   TOPICS COVERED:   Formed in a Family of Biologists   Intellectual Explorations at San Francisco State University   Genus Gymnopus   Expeditions to Southeast Asia   What are Systematics?   Genus Calostoma   Role of Isotopes in Understanding Fungal Ecologies   Biogeographic Histories of Fungi   Interpreting Ancestry and Evolution in Phylogenetic Data    Gondwana Supercontinent   Finding a Living, Ancient Ancestor on the Lacarria Family Tree    Denver Botanic Gardens & Sam Mitchell Fungi Herbarium   New Methods of High-Throughput DNA Sequencing    Biodiversity & Evolutionary History of Southern Rocky Mountain Fungi   EPISODE RESOURCES:   Dr. Andrew Wilson - Denver Botanic Gardens: https://www.botanicgardens.org/team/profile/andrew-w-wilson-phd   Dr. Dennis Desjardin (Mentor): https://biology.sfsu.edu/faculty/desjardin   Dr. David Hibbet (Mentor): https://www2.clarku.edu/faculty/facultybio.cfm?id=355   Gymnopus (Genus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gymnopus   Calostoma (Genus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calostoma   Laccaria (Genus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laccaria   Calostoma cinnabarinum: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calostoma_cinnabarinum   Colorado Mycological Society: https://cmsweb.org/   Colorado Mycoflora Project: https://coloradomycoflora.org/   

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 07.15.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 56:34 Very Popular


Lutein and zeaxanthin isomers benefits during high screen exposure University of Georgia, July 10, 2022 An exciting new peer reviewed publication based on ongoing research on macular carotenoids from the University of Georgia demonstrates that supplementation with lutein and zeaxanthin isomers can protect against a growing issue among the general population -- the undesirable effects of prolonged exposure to high-energy blue light emitted from digital screens of computers, tablets and smartphones. Lutein and zeaxanthin isomers -- known as the macular carotenoids -- are natural filters of high-energy blue light. High-energy blue light reaches deep into the eye and can harm the macula -- the region of the eye responsible for highest visual acuity- by promoting the production of free radicals. Short-term effects can cause eye fatigue while long-term exposure can lead to a progressive loss of visual function. This is the first study to examine the impact of macular carotenoids supplementation to protect visual health and performance, improve sleep quality and reduce eye strain and fatigue during prolonged exposure to blue light emitting digital screens. The study was a 6-month randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled supplementation trial with 48 healthy, young adults with screen time exposure of at least 6 hours daily. Subjects were evaluated at baseline, 3-months and 6-months for MPOD (Macular Pigment Optical Density) and markers of visual performance including contrast sensitivity, photostress recovery and disability glare. Sleep quality, which is affected by blue light exposure, and physical indicators of excessive screen use were also measured. The results show that supplementing with lutein and zeaxanthin significantly improved macular pigment optical density, visual performance and indicators of excessive screen use, including eye strain and fatigue and headache frequency. Sleep quality also improved significantly.   Study explores the effects of eating dark chocolate on the brain Isfahan University of Medical Science (Iran), July 14, 2022   Elham Kalantarzedeh, Maryam Radahmadi and Parham Reisi, three researchers at Isfahan University of Medical Science in Iran have recently carried out a study on rats investigating the impact of different dark chocolate dietary patterns on synapses in a specific region of the brain, known as the hippocampal CA1 area. Their findings, published in Nutritional Neuroscience, suggest that dark chocolate consumption could have beneficial effects on the brain of individuals exhibiting chronic isolation stress. "Although stress causes brain dysfunction, consumption of dark chocolate (DC) has positive effects on brain functions," the researchers wrote in their paper. "The current study investigated the impact of different DC dietary patterns on synaptic potency and plasticity in the hippocampal CA1 area, as well as food intake and body weight in rats under chronic isolation stress." Overall, the experiments carried out by this team of researchers suggest that the systematic consumption of dark chocolate could reverse the adverse effects of chronic isolation stress on the synaptic potency and plasticity of the hippocampal CA1 area. This would in turn have beneficial effects on both memory and learning.   Vitamin C found to block growth of cancer stem cells, says peer reviewed study University of Salford (UK),  July 8, 2022   Increasingly, researchers are discovering the role played by cancer stem cells in the growth and spread of the disease. In groundbreaking new research, vitamin C showed its ability to target cancer stem cells and stop their growth – preventing the recurrence of tumors. In a newly-published study conducted at the University of Salford in Manchester, vitamin C demonstrated its power to stop tumors in their tracks by interfering with cancer stem cell metabolism – suppressing their ability to process energy for survival and growth. The study explored the effects of vitamin C on cancer stem cells – and provided evidence that vitamin C, in the form of ascorbic acid, can target and kill them. The team investigated the impact on cancer stem cells of seven different substances. Three were natural substances, three were experimental drugs, and one was an FDA-approved clinical drug that is widely used. The natural products studied, along with vitamin C, were silibinin – derived from milk thistle seeds – and caffeic acid phenyl ester – or CAPE – derived from honeybee propolis. The experimental drugs were actinonin, FK866 and 2-DG, and the clinical drug was stiripentol. Researchers noted that vitamin C destroyed cancer stem cells by inducing oxidative stress. And, the vitamin performed this process ten times more effectively than 2-DG. By inhibiting glycolysis, vitamin C inhibited mitrochondrial protein synthesis in cancer stem cells – while leaving healthy cells unaffected. All seven of the substances tested inhibited the growth of cancer cells to varying degrees – including the non-toxic natural substances. But researchers said the most “exciting” results were with vitamin C. Again, vitamin C was 1,000 percent more effective than 2-DG, an experimental pharmaceutical drug – in targeting cancer stem cells.      Preterm birth more likely with exposure to phthalates  National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, July 11 2022 Pregnant women who were exposed to multiple phthalates during pregnancy had an increased risk of preterm birth, according to new research by the National Institutes of Health. Phthalates are chemicals used in personal care products, such as cosmetics, as well as in solvents, detergents, and food packaging. After analyzing data from more than 6,000 pregnant women in the United States, researchers found that women with higher concentrations of several phthalate metabolites in their urine were more likely to deliver their babies preterm, which is delivering three or more weeks before a mother's due date. “Having a preterm birth can be dangerous for both baby and mom, so it is important to identify risk factors that could prevent it,” said Kelly Ferguson, Ph.D., an epidemiologist at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), part of NIH, and the senior author on the study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. Higher concentrations of most phthalate metabolites examined were associated with slightly higher odds of preterm birth. Exposure to four of the 11 phthalates found in the pregnant women was associated with a 14-16% greater probability of having a preterm birth. The most consistent findings were for exposure to a phthalate that is used commonly in personal care products like nail polish and cosmetics. The researchers also used statistical models to simulate interventions that reduce phthalate exposures. They found that reducing the mixture of phthalate metabolite levels by 50% could prevent preterm births by 12% on average.    Study finds vitamin A directs immune cells to the intestines Purdue University, July 9, 2022 A key set of immune cells that protect the body from infection would be lost without directions provided by vitamin A, according to a recent study. A team of researchers from Purdue University found retinoic acid, a metabolite that comes from digested vitamin A, is necessary for two of the three types of innate immune cells that reside in the intestine to find their proper place. "It is known that vitamin A deficiencies lead to increased susceptibility to disease and low concentrations of immune cells in the mucosal barrier that lines the intestines," said Chang Kim, the professor and section head of microbiology and immunology in Purdue's College of Veterinary Medicine who led the research. "We wanted to find the specific role the vitamin plays in the immune system and how it influences the cells and biological processes. The more we understand the details of how the immune system works, the better we will be able to design treatments for infection, and autoimmune and inflammatory diseases." Within the immune system there are two categories of cells that work together to rid the body of infection: innate immune cells, the innate lymphoid cells and leukocytes that are fast acting and immediately present to eliminate infection; and adaptive immune cells, the T-cells and B-cells that arrive later, but are specific to the pathogen and more effective at killing or neutralizing it. All innate immune cells are produced in the bone marrow, but eventually populate other areas of the body.  Innate lymphoid cells first gather in the lymph nodes before traveling to their final destination, and this is where retinoic acid acts upon two of the three subsets destined for the intestines. Kim and his team found that retinoic acid activates specific receptors in the cells that act as homing devices for the intestines. "It is interesting that both innate and adaptive immune cells share a vitamin A-regulated pathway for migration."   Drinking alcohol while pregnant could have transgenerational effects University of California, Riverside, July 7, 2022 Soon-to-be mothers have heard the warning – don't drink while pregnant.  The  study by Kelly Huffman, psychology professor at the University of California, Riverside, was published in the journal Cerebral Cortex. "Traditionally, prenatal ethanol exposure (PrEE) from maternal consumption of alcohol, was thought to solely impact directly exposed offspring, the embryo or fetus in the womb. However, we now have evidence that the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure could persist transgenerationally and negatively impact the next-generations of offspring who were never exposed to alcohol," Huffman said. To determine whether the abnormalities in brain and behavior from prenatal ethanol exposure would pass transgenerationally, Huffman generated a mouse model of FASD and tested many aspects of brain and behavioral development across three generations. As expected, the first generation, the directly exposed offspring, showed atypical gene expression, abnormal development of the neural network within the neocortex and behavioral deficits. However, the main discovery of the research lies in the subsequent, non-exposed generations of mice. These animals had neurodevelopmental and behavioral problems similar to the those of the first, directly exposed generation. "We found that body weight and brain size were significantly reduced in all generations of PrEE animals when compared to controls; all generations of PrEE mice showed increased anxiety-like, depressive-like behaviors and sensory-motor deficits. By demonstrating the strong transgenerational effects of prenatal ethanol exposure in a mouse model of FASD, we suggest that FASD may be a heritable condition in humans," Huffman said.  

Angel Invest Boston
David Fogel, CPA - Angel CPA

Angel Invest Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 68:38


Angel Scale Biotech: Learn More David Fogel, CPA, is an angel investor who teaches entrepreneurship at Northeastern University. His company, Swifton CFOs, offers fractional chief financial officers to startups. We discussed strategies to help angel investors. Sponsored by Purdue University entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, patent attorney at Fish and Richardson. Highlights: Sal Daher Introduces David Fogel "Don't spend your time sweating the legal details" “...I've been involved in angel investing for maybe 10 or 12 years now between Mass Medical and TiE…” Inspiration for Success The Process of Angel Investing "Have a champion, have more than one champion, don't go into the room cold" Balancing the Budget "Tell me the truth. Don't candy-coat it" "To me, it's all about, do you have a great idea? Can you implement it?" Advice for the Audience Topics: angel investing strategies, discovering entrepreneurship

Spiritual Shit
Ep. 173 Unlocking The Magic Within You Through Quantum Transformation ft. Axel Antojai

Spiritual Shit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 63:51 Very Popular


Axél comes from a long line of shamans. He grew up in shamanic tradition learning ancient healing arts of the mind, body, soul, and psychic. He's spent his entire life learning about the human energetic system, its chemical and physical reactions to touch, pressure, mindfulness, energy healing, positive psychology, and herbal medicine to maximize a euphoric trance that ensures a profound rejuvenation. His holistic healing style is one of a kind, and known globally for its pure power & amazing effects. Axél provides a balance of physical, spiritual, and mental energies that directly reshape your reality in mind-blowing ways. Axél is the developer of Antojai Quantum Alchemy, which is quickly sweeping North America for its ability to super-shock heal and evolve physical, emotional, and spiritual traumas. Antojai Quantum has shown to target the process of Ascension which evolves the spirit, develops all psychic abilities, and creates powerful healers no matter the level of experience his students have. In January 2018, after attaining the highest rank possible in metaphysical arts and being voted the #1 healer, psychic, and shaman in Metro Detroit; Ascended Master Axél opened his online academy which is dedicate to evolving the consciousness of the world. He now teaches his signature ANTOJAI healing style to clients, and new students all over the globe. *Antojai Quantum is only available at Antojai Shamanic Wellness, & Antojai Ascension Academy. With a BS in Health & Wellness from Purdue University, as well as private training from all across the United States in public speaking, shamanic ceremonials, therapy, counseling, and healing; Shaman Axél's 22 years of experience in shamanic services, arts, therapies, and eastern body work will leave you feeling alive again. He is extremely knowledgeable on metaphysical healing, manipulation, control, and theory. His training in Western European, Caribbean, Taino, and Asian shamanic arts can help you with divination services, shamanic experiences, spiritual healing, emotional healing, physical healing and more. His accurate predictions and advice are here to help all in need. All treatments are always custom tailored to focus on your personal goals with your specific needs in mind. Antojai has several treatment options with varying levels of healing not available anywhere else in North America & the globe. "I enjoy helping others reach a state of peace and rejuvenation through positivity and wellness." -Axél Find them at https://www.antojai.us ____________________________________ Work with me here: Thelovelyalea.com Get my Energy meditations here: thelovelyalea.com/shop Become a Patreon Member to get behind the scenes, extra content, and workshops. Become a $10 member for our monthly readings and a $25 member to be a part of our mystery school community! patreon.com/thelovelyalea Follow me on Instagram instagram.com/thelovelyalea ( Remember I will never DM you for readings - watch out for Scammers ! ) Buy my Manifest Courses at manifestthem.com and my workshops at Spiritualshitschool.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelovelyalea/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelovelyalea/support