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Hoop Heads
Round Table 37 - If you could recommend one book for other coaches to read in 2022, what book would it be and why? - Episode 582

Hoop Heads

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 31:07


Hello and welcome to the 37th edition of the Coach's Corner Round Table on the Hoop Heads Podcast. Each episode of the Coach's Corner Round Table will feature our All-Star lineup of guests answering a single basketball question.  A new Coach's Corner Round Table will drop around the 15th of each month. January's Round Table question is:  If you could recommend one book for other coaches to read in 2022, what book would it be and why? Our Coaching Lineup this month: ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/erik-buehler-chatfield-senior-co-high-school-boys-head-varsity-coach-episode-169/ (Erik Buehler) – Chatfield (CO) High School ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/tyler-coston-from-pgc-basketball-20-ways-we-can-improve-youth-basketball-episode-467/ (Tyler Coston) – PGC Basketball ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/joe-harris-sr-former-lake-chelan-wa-high-school-boys-varsity-head-coach-get-schooled-6/ (Joe Harris) – Lake Chelan (WA) High School ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/liz-kay-wahconah-ma-high-school-girls-basketball-head-coach-episode-486/ (Liz Kay) – Wahconah (MA) High School ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/peter-lonergan-director-of-high-performance-coach-development-for-basketball-australia-episode-545/ (Peter Lonergan) – Basketball Australia ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/matthew-raidbard-author-of-lead-like-a-pro-episode-531/ (Matthew Raidbard) - Author of Lead Like a Pro ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/nate-sanderson-thrive-on-challenge-breakthrough-basketball-episode-315/ (Nate Sanderson) – Thrive on Challenge & Mount Vernon (IA) High School ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/nick-schauf-oelwein-high-school-ia-boys-varsity-head-coach-get-schooled-18/ (Nick Schauf) – Monticello (IA) High School ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/coach-don-showalter-of-usa-basketball/ (Don Showalter) – USA Basketball ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/joe-stasyszyn-director-of-unleashed-potential-usa-basketball-clinician-episode-254/ (Joe Stasyszyn)  - Unleashed Potential ·       https://hoopheadspod.com/john-willkom-author-of-walk-on-warrior/ (John Willkom) – Author of Walk On Warrior Please enjoy this Round Table episode of the Hoop Heads Podcast and once you're finished listening please give the show a five star rating and review after you subscribe on your favorite podcast app.. If you are a basketball coach at any level please check out our Hoop Heads Coaching Mentorship Program.  You'll get matched with one of our experienced Head Coaches and develop a relationship that will help take your coaching, your team, your program, and your mindset to another level. Be sure to follow us on twitter and Instagram @hoopheadspod for the latest updates on episodes, guests, and events from the Hoop Heads Pod. Let's hear from our coaches about which books they think should definitely make your reading listfor 2022. Visit our Sponsors! https://www.drdishbasketball.com/ (Dr. Dish Basketball) Mention the Hoop Heads Podcast when you place your order and get $300 off a brand new state of the art Dr. Dish Shooting Machine! http://www.fastmodelsports.com/ (Fast Model Sports) Use Code HHP15 to get 15% off the number one play diagramming software for coaches. https://www.qwikcut.com/basketball/ (QwikCut) QwikCut is all cloud-based, and comes packed with features to help high schools and youth programs - STORE, SHARE, and ANALYZE game film.   Make the switch, get double the storage, and save your program up to 50% on the fastest-growing video editing system in the country.    Twitter Podcast - https://twitter.com/hoopheadspod (@hoopheadspod) Mike -... Support this podcast

The Egg Whisperer Show
Why do some doctors recommend taking a one month break between egg collecting cycles? (Ask The Egg Whisperer)

The Egg Whisperer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 31:18


In this Ask The Egg Whisperer episode, Gulbahar sent in a question. Here's what she asked, “My doctor recommended that I take a one month off between egg retrievals. There are only so many times to ask 'why' and not be answered before feeling you can't ask again. What is the science between a month wait? I have low ovarian reserves, so overstimulation is not likely.  Why do some women have back to back IVF cycle while others don't?” And the answer is you don't have to take a break. You really don't. I always say when your period starts, you think of me and you come on in by cycle day three, you just keep showing up. I say this because you just never know when you're going to have an awesome cycle. So how would you know that the cycle right after one egg retrieval, is going to have a lot of sparkling eggs unless you actually go and look? So I would advocate for yourself. Ask your doctor if you can come in at the time of your period, just to check, understanding that you might have an ovarian cyst that might make it so that you just need to take a break.  I don't necessarily recommend a one month break. I do have patients that just feel like they want to  keep coming in cycle after cycle without a break. But if let's say you're 41 years old, you have a follicle count of three the next month after your egg retrieval, you could have a follow up count of four. So I would suggest, showing up, find out what's happening in that cycle and then make a decision as to whether you should take a break or wait for your next cycle. Do you want to learn more about Egg Freezing? Join Dr. Aimee for The Egg Feezing Class at The Egg Whisperer School.  The next live class call is on Monday, January 10, 2022 at 4pm PST. Dr. Aimee will be joined by Caroline Lunny, Kendall Long, and Jacqueline Trumbull (all of whom you may know from the Bachelor Nation). Listen on Dr. Aimee's website  Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips!  Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.

Happy Hour Films
Keanu Recommends: 1

Happy Hour Films

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 81:51


Keanu put out a list of what he considers much watch movies, so naturally we are gonna talk about it. This week we have, the Neon Demon, Rollerball, and A Clockwork Orange. We also enjoy beer from Cape May, and Sir Charles brewing.

Socialette: Bite-Sized Online Marketing Podcast
Rebroadcast | The one app I recommend for selling and hosting your digital product

Socialette: Bite-Sized Online Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 10:09


Where should you host your digital product? This episode, I'm diving into the tech that I use to host and sell my digital products. Grab my 5 Simple Tweaks to Boost Your Launch Profits at http://stephtaylor.co/tweaks Already launched and want to make sure your next launch is more profitable than your last? Take the Launch Cure quiz at http://stephtaylor.co/cure Are we Instagram friends yet? Connect with me over at http://instagram.com/stephtaylor.co

Best of the Web: the MetaFilter Podcast
180: Is Sunset A Local Phenomenon?

Best of the Web: the MetaFilter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 183:47


I checked in with management and apparently we have to do a 2022 now even though we just finished wiht 2021. Jessamyn and I do our best to roll into the new year and talk about MetaFilter stuff and get in a philosophical discussion of the nature of the literal horizon qua solar objects. Runs about 90 minutes.Helpful LinksPodcast FeedSubscribe with iTunesDirect mp3 downloadMisc - Jessamyn's 2021 wrapup - Library twitter to remain menace - Elmo says worker's rights Jobs - Need a portfolio site for my writing / editing / translation business by Sheydem-tants Projects - Noddy screams "It's Christmas!" for one hour by Shepherd - Volunteer Responsibility Amnesty Day by brainwane (MeFi Post) - Emma Goldcoin by motty - Triple Tautonyms by malevolent - Overtime (a seasonal Laundry Files tale) by cstross MetaFilter - Wordle: A daily word guessing game by hurdy gurdy girl - Wow'en Wilson: The Quiz by Pater Aletheias - HarDCore Videos by Cash4Lead - Free thread! by cortex - Bro. ... Bro. *Bros.* by rewil - Are you a good person? by dancestoblue - Um something has come up... HOOOOOLLLYYY SHIIIITTTTTTT by jessamyn - street fighter, more like, uh, sheet...highlighter by cortex - Sorry, Steve, but we'll use your scene in the DVD's bonus footage by not_on_display Ask MetaFilter - Mental breaks at work by roaring beast - How do I help a friend with cleanup and moving forward? by zooropa - a comment by The Wrong Kind of Cheese - What do healthy people do? by coffeeand - I need to talk to Santa then I need Santa to talk to my kid... by If only I had a penguin... - What's that weird instrument: The Beatles: Get Back edition by 2N2222 - Animal Doctor, M.D. by averageamateur - Recommend boring people taking about kind of boring things? by aspo - EMDR therapy: True or Woo? by Anonymous - Can I (re)read this? by Gotanda - How to disassociate fan behavior from fandoms? by The Adventure Begins MetaTalk - It can be terrifying to make a Front Page post. Please be kind. by bondcliff - Metafilter Webring by beesbees - Newsletter 4: Secrets by Eyebrows McGee - Newsletter 5: Farewell to 2021 by Eyebrows McGee - Your video games of 2021 by curious nu Back to MetaFilter for a second to talk about Babble Royale - Scrabnite? Fortble? by backseatpilot

Mad About Movies
Yearly Recommends 2021: Favorite TV, music, books & more of the year

Mad About Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 33:12


We're rounding up some of our favorite non-movie Weekly Recommends into one place as we double down on some of the most memorable TV shows, albums, books, documentaries and more of the year 2021 before we reveal our movie list here in a few weeks. What was your favorite non-movie piece of content of 2021? Let us know on social media and in the VIP! This week's VIP episode is the final episode of our MCU retrospective talking AVENGERS! Subscribe at madaboutmoviespodcast.com/vip

TODAY
January 6: One year anniversary of Capitol Hill riot. TODAY Exclusive — Liz Cheney on what's next for the investigation. CDC recommends Pfizer boosters for ages 12 to 15. Novak Djokovic denied entry to Australia.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 34:05


One year anniversary of the January 6th attack at the U.S. Capitol  — Savannah Guthrie is in Washington, D.C. bringing us inside the events planned to mark the day. And, a TODAY Exclusive: Savannah speaks with Republican congresswoman Liz Cheney — the vice chair of the January 6th committee investigating the insurrection. Plus, the CDC has recommended Pfizer boosters for those ages 12 to 15 as cases surge and kids return to school. Also, tennis star Novak Djokovic has been denied entry to Australia following backlash over vaccine exemption for competition.

Hotmomz Lifestyle Podcast
Ep. #311: Why I Don't Recommend Testosterone Pellets

Hotmomz Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 6:46


Book your complimentary consultation with us to receive specific recommendations: caseyshipp.com/bookacallWatch my free training to learn more about our trauma-informed weight loss and fitness: caseyshipp.com/register Support the show (https://caseyshipp.com/)

Forge Leadership Podcast
046: Adam Josefczyk on the Ian Swanson Show

Forge Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 12:26


A fourth-generation Nebraskan, Ian Swanson was born and raised in Omaha. He graduated from Hillsdale College in 2014 and attended the first ever Forge Leadership Summit in 2015. Ian recently interviewed Forge president, Adam Josefczyk, on the "Ian Swanson Show". Audio credit to News Radio 1110 KFAB in Omaha, NE. /// This week's intro features Forge alumnus Benjamin Mueller. /// Are you (or do you know) a conservative student or young professional, ages 18-25, who wants to engage in politics, culture, or business? Apply to the Forge Leadership Summit or Recommend a Student /// You can connect with Forge in the following ways: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn

Literacy Kings: Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Money, and Books with the homies

EPISODE OVERVIEW “Most of us have heard that it is important to set goals. Yet rich dad had a different take on goals. He said, “Goals are important, but the process of obtaining the goal is far more important than the goal.” Explaining, he would say, “If you ask most people, ‘Who wants to be a millionaire?' most people would raise their hand. That would mean they have a goal of becoming a millionaire but now they need to choose the process for achieving that goal. There are many ways a person can reach their goal of becoming a millionaire.” - Robert T. Kiyosaki. Let's break it down!

Low-Carb Conversations
458: New Year's Resolutions and the Slow Life with Lana Hall

Low-Carb Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 45:28


Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners. This week on the podcast Leah chats with Lana Hall. Lana is a registered psychologist who's helped hundreds of women reduce their stress and anxiety, improve their confidence, and do what brings them joy. She lives in Brisbane Australia and has written a Book, Program and Course called the The Slow Life Project. Leah and Lana discuss whether you should make New Year's Resolutions and Lana shares her tips on how to set yourself up to make your resolutions last as well as her tips for setting goals at any time of the year. Next they look at negative self talk, how this is holding you back and what you can do to overcome this. This jam packed episode has some amazing pearls of wisdom from Lana that is very useful going into the New Year so do not skip past this episode. Articles: New Years Resolutions Don't Work – Here's Why 4 Habits of the Happiest People Rarely Practiced by Most Workers Resource: The Slow Life Project The Slow Life Project book is a self study program for reducing overwhelm, discovering your purpose and passions, and learning how to best support yourself so you get to consistently show up as the confident, courageous and calm person you'd love to be.   This episode is sponsored by Outer Aisle Gourmet. To shop our favorite low carb, grain and gluten free Sandwich Thins and Pizza Crusts, click here and use code LOWCARBPODCAST at checkout to save 10% off your order   Learn more about becoming a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here. TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn!   Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week: SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don't already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend. We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!   Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa. Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

A New Morning
CDC; Dr Fauci recommend changes to COVID isolation period - Aaron Katersky

A New Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 4:59


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Ready Set Revue
Talking Tacos Episode 56: The Boys Recommend...

Ready Set Revue

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 72:39


This week on Talking Tacos, the boys recommend that you eat your tacos and drink your tequila. We're back at Loteria after missing last week due to circumstances beyond our control and man, did it feel good to be home. The boys talk about Fantasy Football as former enemy of the podcast, Anthony, glides into the finals while presumptive champion, Doctor Dave wallows in defeat (but thankfully it wasn't Anthony that Dave lost to, he might not have been able to handle that much). Bill and special guest Ed talk pinball. Everyone educates Matt on who Buck Showalter is. NOBODY can explain the true meaning of the hedgehog meme. And we review a bottle of Hooters brand hot sauce. Yes, that Hooters. Shots. Tacos. Good times.

HooperCast Movie Hour
2022 State of the Union

HooperCast Movie Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 27:45


Thanks for joining us! If you enjoy our show, PLEASE please tell your friends. Recommend us. That is how we grow.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Is it safe to gather for New Year's Eve? Here's what one doctor recommends

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 5:54


The U.S. has set a new daily record by topping 580,000 new COVID cases Thursday. For the first time in the pandemic, America recorded more than two million cases in a week. It is now averaging more than 300,000 new cases a day. All of this comes as new data suggests those highly sought after rapid antigen tests may not be as effective as hoped in detecting the omicron variant. Amna Nawaz reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Health
Is it safe to gather for New Year's Eve? Here's what one doctor recommends

PBS NewsHour - Health

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 5:54


The U.S. has set a new daily record by topping 580,000 new COVID cases Thursday. For the first time in the pandemic, America recorded more than two million cases in a week. It is now averaging more than 300,000 new cases a day. All of this comes as new data suggests those highly sought after rapid antigen tests may not be as effective as hoped in detecting the omicron variant. Amna Nawaz reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The Rent 2 Rent Success Property Podcast
ATA 039 – Do you recommend networking events to build your rent to rent brand?

The Rent 2 Rent Success Property Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 10:31


Today I have a question from Tyra who asked this at one of our Rent 2 Rent Strategy Sessions.Here's Tyra's question..."Do you recommend networking events for building your brand?"This is a great question. And it's one you should consider. Time is our most important resource and it's a finite one.We can't increase the amount of time in each day. So, where should you focus your time for the biggest business-building results?Visit the episode page to hear the full answer and ask your question!✅ https://rent2rentsuccess.com/ata39 ✅If you're a beginner and you'd like more of the 6 step Rent 2 Rent Success System it's in our FREE Rent 2 Rent Success Guide & Masterclass. ✅ https://rent2rentsuccess.com/guide ✅ Support the show (https://rent2rentsuccess.com/podcast)

This Week In Videogames
I do not recommend: 2021

This Week In Videogames

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 36:32


2021....yeah nah. --Skill Up Gaming Facebook Page!https://www.facebook.com/skillupgaming/Twitter: https://twitter.com/SkillUpYT?lang=en (@skillupyt)Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skillupyt/?hl=enJoin us on the community Discord:https://discord.gg/Q728ewv--Edited by Austin @ausomehd--

Ray Appleton
Hour 1 - Pharmacies Don't Have Enough Staff To Keep Up With Prescriptions. US Officials Recommend Shorter COVID Isolation, Quarantine

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 39:53


Working in a pharmacy was always fast-paced, but in recent years the workload and stress had increased to unsustainable levels, while staffing and pay failed to keep up.  U.S. health officials on Monday cut isolation restrictions for asymptomatic Americans who catch the coronavirus from 10 to five days, and similarly shortened the time that close contacts need to quarantine. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KHON 2GO
DEC. 28: CDC recommends cutting quarantine from 10 days to 5 days; Class-action lawsuit against the Navy could be filed within weeks

KHON 2GO

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 8:17


Listen to your daily news with KHON 2Go podcast from Monday to Friday at 8 a.m.

Literacy Kings: Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Money, and Books with the homies
Do You Need School To Become A Successful Entrepreneur? Street Smarts vs School Smarts.

Literacy Kings: Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Money, and Books with the homies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 58:31


EPISODE OVERVIEW “Robert explained, rich dad described four different types of business schools. 1. The Traditional Business School 2. The Family Business School 3. The Corporate Business School 4. The Business School of the Streets While all four of these can provide valuable training, as they did in Robert's case, do you have to have all four to succeed as an entrepreneur? The answer is “it depends.” While each of the four provides valuable education and training, they are not prerequisites for success. But how do we succeed without them?” Let's break it down!

Low-Carb Conversations
457: And that's a Wrap 2021

Low-Carb Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 39:36


Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Barrett, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.   This week Leah and Holly recap the year and their favorite episodes of 2021. Thank you to all of our listeners and show supporters, we couldn't have had such an amazing year of growth without you. We are looking forward to a new year full of potential and continued growth, both with the podcast and in our nutrition practices. There are more great guests to come in the new year! This episode is sponsored by Outer Aisle Gourmet. To shop our favorite low carb, grain and gluten free Sandwich Thins and Pizza Crusts, click here and use code LOWCARBPODCAST at checkout to save 10% off your order Learn more about becoming a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here. TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn!   Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week: SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don't already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend. We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!   Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa. Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Sweet Film Talk
Take 162 - Sweet Festive Talk: Klaus Review + Fav Christmas Movies

Sweet Film Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 28:53


Spider-Man Talk (1:45) Best Christmas Gifts Memories (5:30) Klaus Review (12:00) Normal Movies We Want To See Christmas Themed (21:00) Best Christmas Movies to Recommend (23:45) Thank you everyone who listens and supports the pod. We've been here for almost 4 years and we are STOKED to give y'all our favorite movies of 2021 and favorite first-time watches of 2021. Been a great tradition and we look forward to hearing about y'all's as well :D. AND AS ALWAYS STAY SWEEEEETTT ! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sweetfilmtalk/support

Literacy Kings: Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Money, and Books with the homies
Sports & Money Ep. 5: Analyzing Kobe Bryant's BodyArmor Investment & Crypto.com Arena with Kevin McReynolds

Literacy Kings: Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Money, and Books with the homies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 12:46


On this episode of Sports and Money, we chat with entrepreneur and former athlete Kevin McReynolds about the importance of investing using the backdrop of Kobe Bryant's investment in BodyArmor, which recently netted his family $400 million. We also discuss the naming rights deal that Crypto.com spent to take over Staples Center to explain how cryptocurrency is here to stay.

How To Citizen with Baratunde
Blockchain Chickens and Empathetic Tech Workers (with Xiaowei Wang)

How To Citizen with Baratunde

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 58:46


Baratunde is reminded that “tech companies” are really just people and asks what it would mean for tech employees to think critically about their work and its impact and use that power to remake the industry from the ground up? He talks with Xiaowei Wang, whose work at Logic School helps workers answer those questions. They also discuss blockchain, rice farming in rural China, and tarot. It's all connected.  Guest: Xiaowei Wang Bio: Lead steward of Logic School, author of Blockchain Chicken Farm  Online: Logic School website; Xiaowei on Twitter @xrw Go to howtocitizen.com for transcripts, our email newsletter, and your citizen practice. ACTIONS   - PERSONALLY REFLECT  Consider consent and care Think of what consent and care mean to you, and think of what consent-ful and careful tech would look like, function like, feel like. What relationships would be strengthened? Shattered?   - BECOME INFORMED Learn about critiques and better ways Read this explainer on Platform Co-ops, which are digital platforms collectively owned and governed by the people who depend on and participate in them. And follow the work of The Gig Worker's Collective which is shining a light on and advocating for the people who work at the other end of our smartphone taps and swipes.    - PUBLICLY PARTICIPATE Support the alternatives and whistleblowers Support community internet and technology groups like the Detroit Community Technology Project, NYC Mesh, and Oakland Mesh. And check out The Tech Worker Handbook, a collection of resources to better prepare and support tech workers considering whether to speak out on issues that are in the public interest. Recommend it to a tech worker near you, but don't send it to their work email! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Consistently Off
Ep. 125 "Do Not Recommend" Feat. Haley Copello

Consistently Off

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 91:18


This week the boys sit down with the most talented Haley Copello and talk about: Weddings, Keno, Full band, AJ, LME, Restaurant, Studio, Garage Band, Blink 182, Survivor, Big Brother, Wipeout, Dad, Bruise. Prince, Lets make a deal, and much much more.

Christian Woman Leadership Podcast
183: 5 Leadership Lessons I Learned in 2021 (Plus 5 Books I Recommend)

Christian Woman Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 31:54


What has 2021 taught you? And how do those lessons apply to leadership? As leaders we are continually learning, so today I'm sharing what I've learned this year and some books I'd recommend you check out.   We always ask our guests on this show what they are learning, but I realized recently that I haven't shared what I'm learning. So today, I want to share with you a few reflections about what I've learned in 2021. Plus, I want to share with you a few resources you might want to check out to help you in your leadership journey. For the full show notes, visit estherlittlefield.com/episode183.   This episode is brought to you by my upLIFT Mentormind. This is a program designed exclusively for Christian women who are building a business online and who are ready to thrive, streamline their marketing, and hit their financial goals.    The program is now open to join at any point, so to learn more, you can visit upliftmentormind.com and click “apply” - after that, I'll be in touch! You can also send me a DM on Instagram and let me know you're interested.   Connect with Esther and Holly: Christian Woman Business Podcast Esther's Website Holly's Website Instagram Facebook Group Facebook Page

Having It ALL: Conversations about living an Abundant Loving Life
New Years Resolutions: Why I'm Not A Fan Of Them And What I Recommend Instead (HIA Classic)

Having It ALL: Conversations about living an Abundant Loving Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 34:01


Are you one of the 92% of people who never come close to completing their New Year's Resolutions? As you can tell by the title, I don't like New Year's Resolutions at all. I'm all for people committing to better themselves, but the New Year's Resolutions framework is not set up for you to succeed. In today's episode I share why I dislike New Year's Resolutions and what to do instead if you want to start off your year on a powerful note. Now accepting applications for the 2022 HIA Personal Transformation Program Apply today at https://www.matthewbivens.com/apply/ If you want to get in touch with me to ask questions, give feedback, or inquire about my coaching offerings, shoot me an email at matthew@matthewbivens.com.

Low-Carb Conversations
456: Do you need your Gallbladder? With Dayna Marsh

Low-Carb Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 35:30


Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Barrett, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.   This week Leah and Holly are joined by Danya Marsh, FNTP and Licensed Massage Therapist in Salt Lake City, UT. Dayna shares her personal story of learning the hard way, the importance of gallbladder function and the nuances of recovery after surgery. The ladies discuss whether the gallbladder is a required organ, what it is used for and what is happening when things go wrong. Can you avoid gallbladder removal? And what to do if you have your gallbladder removed and are still having issues. Articles: Gallbladder: A Tiny Organ with a Big Impact Foods to Avoid When You Don't Have a Gallbladder Resource: Body Therapy Salt Lake   This episode is sponsored by Outer Aisle Gourmet. To shop our favorite low carb, grain and gluten free Sandwich Thins and Pizza Crusts, click here and use code LOWCARBPODCAST at checkout to save 10% off your order   Learn more about becoming a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here. TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn! Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week: SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don't already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend. We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!   Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa. Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Jollie Jeep
Chika Bytes! CrossFit Challenge Feedback and Recommends!

Jollie Jeep

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 47:10


We give our feedback on the crossfit challenge and share our recommendations. Cads reveals the next challenge. 01:40 - Tabata or HIIT High Intensity Interval Workout 12:53 - AMRAP "As many rounds as possible" 19:03 - EMOM "Every minute on the minute" 22:36 - Will you try CrossFit? 30:00 - Next Host Challenge! Movie Viewing and Discussion: Primer 35:30 - Pam recommendation - Movie: Into The Wild 37:39 - Cads recommendation - Movie: 1917 40:12 - Tony Dee recommendation - K-Drama: Extracurricular --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jollie-jeep/message

Regenerate You by Dr. Nirvana
Why I Don't Recommend TUMS for Your Gut

Regenerate You by Dr. Nirvana

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 4:47


Hello Everyone, welcome to Regenerate You™,  I'm Dr. Nirvana!If you're suffering from acid reflux, then it's important for you to know that most probably you're not digesting your food. This ultimately means that you're not absorbing nutrients from you food either. In fact, most heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is caused by too little, not too much, stomach acid. And quelching your stomach acid even further with antacids like TUMS, even worsens your gut issues. On this episode I discuss why you want your gut to be acidic and what you can do to heal the burning feeling in your gut or reflux.If you're looking for additional advice, feel free to visit my blog here. You can also stay connected with me on my Facebook page @DrNirvanaHeals or on my Instagram @DrNirvana.And remember, when you Regenerate, there's a new YOU every day!

The Egg Whisperer Show
I have hypothalamic amenorrhea, and I've had two egg retrievals, with poor fertilization. What do you recommend? (Ask the Egg Whisperer)

The Egg Whisperer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 28:38


Recently, Tracy shared a question on AskTheEggWhisperer.com. She is 29, and her husband is 39. Here's what she says, "I have hypothalamic amenorrhea. I've had two egg retrievals. The first egg retrieval, three fertilized after seven retrieved, one blast tested abnormally. The second retrieval, we added an Omnitrope and dexamethazone during stimulation. ICSI and calcium solution to the eggs. Five retrieved, one fertilize, one blast, and it was normal. I eat very well, I take supplements, I meditate, and I am doing acupuncture.  Any ideas on why have such poor fertilization? Do you think I have poor quality eggs, or is that the protocol that's hurting them? Should we be testing my husband's sperm further? What would you do for my next cycle? Thank you for being such a guiding light." You can tune in to hear my answer, and listen to the answers to other listener questions. Listen on Dr. Aimee's website  Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips!  Join Egg Whisperer School Checkout the podcast Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
December 18, 2021: CDC recommends using Moderna, Pfizer over J&J for booster doses; ACHS working on Race & Sports initiative

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 17:35


This is not the final Saturday of 2021, but this is the final Saturday edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement for this two thousandth and twenty-first year of the common era. There’s been nothing common about this year, or any other, for that matter. This newsletter and podcast seeks to point out items of note, though it’s up to you to decide if there’s a tune. I’m your host, Sean Tubbs.This newsletter and podcast is supported by readers and listeners. Sign up for a regular update on what’s happening in the community, and decide later whether to pay! On today’s show:An update on the pandemic including a recommendation related to the Johnson and Johnson vaccineAn Albemarle Supervisor has concerns about the MPO hiring a consultant to craft a strategic plan Albemarle is considering three software platformsThe Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society explains its Race and Sports initiative and how it advances the study of the era of school desegregation In today’s first Patreon-fueled shout-out:Algorithms know how to put songs and artists together based on genre or beats per minute. But only people can make connections that engage your mind and warm your heart. The music on WTJU 91.1 FM is chosen by dozens and dozens of volunteer hosts -- music lovers like you who live right here in the Charlottesville area. Listener donations keep WTJU alive and thriving. In this era of algorithm-driven everything, go against the grain. Support freeform community radio on WTJU. Consider a donation at wtju.net/donate.Pandemic updateOn Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control endorsed a recommendation that individuals should receive the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine over the Johnson and Johnson shot. Both Moderna and Pfizer use messenger RNA. Still, the CDC recommends any vaccine in the face of another surge of cases nationally and internationally. (CDC release)“In general, the mRNA vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna should be used in preference over Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine,” said Dr. Costi Sifri, the director of hospital epidemiology at the University of Virginia Health System.”Dr. Sifri said the new preference is due to new information that shows the possibility of higher rates of blood clotting than was previously known. “Still, it is a rare event but they are higher and it led to the change in stance,” Dr. Sifri said. The Blue Ridge Health District announced Friday that the Johnson and Johnson shot will only be offered a first dose but boosters will no longer be provided at community-based vaccination events or in mobile vaccination clinics. They will still be available at the community vaccination center at Seminole Square while supplies last. Dr. Sifri said those who have had the booster of the Johnson and Johnson should monitor for any symptoms of blood clots such as shortage of breath. He said UVA Health is recommending those who have not had the J&J booster select either the Moderna or Pfizer when they go in for a booster. Two-thirds of Virginians have now received enough doses to be considered fully vaccinated, or 5.7 million people. So far, only 1.7 million of Virginians have had a booster or third dose. “This is the time now to get your booster,” Dr. Sifri said. “The time for getting boosters to prepare yourself for the holiday season is starting to run out. It takes a little bit of time for that booster to take effect and to boost your immune system to encounter what it may encounter along the way.” As of yesterday, the seven-day average for vaccines administered is at 42,631 shots a day. The seven-day average for new cases was 2,760 a day and the percent positivity is 8.6 percent. The next set of numbers in Virginia will come out on Monday. Dr. Sifri said he expects the surge to continue.“We are anticipating that we’re going to see more cases and I think the likelihood that’s going to translate into more hospitalizations and deaths,” Dr. Sifri said. “We’re starting to see modeling information from the CDC that is warning of that possibility so we are concerned about that. That’s similar to what we saw last year as well.”The difference this year is a supply of vaccines. To inquire about vaccination opportunities at the UVA Health System, call 434-297-4829. You can also visit the Virginia Department of Health site at vaccinate.virginia.gov. Albemarle County softwareAlbemarle County’s procurement office has identified that the firm Granicus will be awarded a sole-source contract for a community engagement platform unless other vendors come forward. In a notice dated December 17, procurement officials state that Granicus “is the only source practically available” and the platform Bang the Table is mentioned. Their website lists it as “a platform to listen, inform, measure, and build community” and also has a helpful online assistant known as Eddie the Engager. Other vendors have until December 28 or the contract will be awarded. In similar procurement notices, Yardi Systems has a sole source award for the Breeze Premier platform for property management and that closing date is December 27. Lexis Nexis Systems has a sole source award that closes on Monday for the Accurint Virtual Crime Center which is touted as a way for law enforcement to obtain “a comprehensive view of people’s identities.”New transportation personnelTwo new faces joined the virtual table at the December 7 meeting of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Policy Board. The federally-mandated body consists of two Albemarle Supervisors, two Charlottesville City Councilors, and the head of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Culpeper District. That’s now Sean Nelson, who became District Engineer in mid-October replacing John Lynch. “I’m glad to be a part of this team here,” Nelson said. “I look forward to continuing to keep things going the way John Lynch did and just hold the steering wheel and carry us in to the future. I appreciate being here and plan to be an active participant.” Ted Rieck is the new director of Jaunt after a period running a similar agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma. “Really happy to be here in Charlottesville,” Rieck said. “As you all know, this is great community and a great part of the country. I look forward to hopefully being a contributor and a partner to all of you as we development transportation and transit in the area.”MPO Strategic Plan?Staffing shortages at the Thomas Jefferson Planning District have meant some delays in work that transportation staff had expected to work on. Director of Planning and Transportation Sandy Shackleford said planners are focused on what has to be done. “We are preparing for things like our long-range transportation plan and that we’re going to be able to do a good job with that,” Shackleford said. “It does mean that there are some projects that we just haven’t been able to pursue for right now like focusing on how we can better integrate climate action initiatives into our long-range transportation plan process.”Shackleford said another item that will be delayed will be the creation of a strategic plan for the MPO. She suggested additional funding could be placed in an existing item would outsource that work rto a consultant. That idea drew the concern of Albemarle Supervisor Ann Mallek. “This makes me very nervous that we’re going to turn over something as particular and local as our strategic planning to some consultant who probably has no familiarity with us at all,” Mallek said. TJPDC Director Christine Jacobs said the plan already had been to spend $25,000 on a consultant to do the plan, but no firms responded at that price. The new idea is to increase that amount by using funds that have not gone to pay a TJPDC staff member. Shackleford said no other MPO in Virginia has a strategic plan. Mallek suggested waiting until the local elected bodies are sat and select new MPO members. The MPO Policy Board will next discuss the matter in January. Julia Montieth, a land use planner at the University of Virginia’s Office of the Architect, said the pandemic has delayed creation on a master plan called the Grounds Plan. “We ended up putting the project on hold until post-COVID or post-better understanding of COVID,” Monteith said. “But one of the things that we did during that year was we did some enabling projects in-house that we felt we were capable of doing to inform the plan. That lowered our fees once we got to hiring the consultants.” Take a look at the 2008 Grounds Plan here You’re reading Charlottesville Community Engagement. Time for a second Patreon-fueled shout-out:Winter is here, and now is the time to think about keeping your family warm through the cold Virginia months. Make sure you are getting the most out of your home with help from your local energy nonprofit, LEAP. LEAP wants you and yours to keep comfortable all year round, and offers FREE home weatherization to income- and age-qualifying residents. If you’re age 60 or older, or have an annual household income of less than $74,950, you may qualify for a free energy assessment and home energy improvements such as insulation and air sealing. Sign up today to lower your energy bills, increase comfort, and reduce energy waste at home!Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society’s Race and Sports projectThe Brown vs. Board of Education ruling in 1954 led to the eventual desegregation of public schools. For many schools created for Black students, that ended an era for beloved institutions. That’s the case with Charlottesville and Jackson P. Burley High School. Dr. Shelley Murphy is the chair of the board of the Albemarle-Charlottesville Historical Society, which has been working on collecting more oral histories as part of a project called Race & Sports: The Desegregation of Central Virginia Public High School Athletics.“Our goal is to collect 50 to 60 interviews from those in our local communities who were young students at that time, many of whom were in the athletics who desegregated the first teams at Lane and Albemarle high schools and some of whom went on to the University of Virginia to play teams there.”Murphy and others presented their work on November 28 to as part of the Sunday Sit-In series put on by AARP Virginia. You can watch the event on their YouTube page. Former City Councilor and historian George Gilliam is one of the participants in the project. He provided some historical context. “So in 1954 in the case of Brown v. Board of Education, the United States Supreme Court ruled that racially segregated schools were unconstitutional,” Gilliam said. “That put Virginians into a box because Virginians had adopted a state constitution in 1902 that provided ‘white and colored children shall not be taught in the same school.’” Virginia resisted the directive even after a reaffirmation in 1955 that ordered desegregation happen with “all deliberate speed.” “And after two years, some Charlottesville residents got frustrated and finally brought suit against the Charlottesville School Board seeking admittance of Black children to all-white schools,” Gilliam said. “The Virginia General Assembly then sprung into action enacting a package of laws providing that among other things that any school that desegregates, whether voluntarily or pursuant to court order, is to be seized by the Governor and closed.”Gilliam said this era is known as Massive Resistance because the state government refused to comply with the law. He said in the fall of 1958, the state closed Lane High School when it appeared some Black students would be admitted. The Massive Resistance laws were determined to be unconstitutional.“In 1959 the parties reached a compromise,” Gilliam said. “The schools agreed to ease Black students into the previously all-white student bodies achieving full desegregation but not until the fall of 1967.”For this period, Jackson P. Burley High School remained open for several years while the transition took place. This is where athletics come in. “Charlottesville’s Lane High for white students and Burley High for Black students both had championship football teams,” Gilliam said. “The high school for white students had a 53-game streak during which they were undefeated. And Burley, the high school for Black students had an entire season where they were not only undefeated and untied, they were not even scored upon!”Gilliam said the legacy of the Burley Bears was threatened with the order to desegregate. UVA historian Phyllis Leffler said telling that story is crucial to understanding many of the dynamics of the time in a way that transcends the legal framework. “The Race and Sports inserts the voices of those who lived through a critical time in our local and national history,” Leffler said. “Those voices of Black and white athletes and what they went through are in danger of being lost. So many of the people we would have liked to speak with are no longer with us so it is imperative to document this period now with those who have stories to tell.”Leffler said a common assumption is that sports was seen as a way to bring the community together, but some of the stories paint a different picture. “We are still living the consequences of racial inequities that go back 400 years,” Leffler said. “This project will hopefully help bring our divided communities together by honestly looking at the costs and benefits of desegregation.”Late last year, Jackson P. Burley High School was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Support the program!Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP! The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here! This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

The School of Sheen and the Holy Rosary Program hosted by Al Smith (The Pipe Padre)
Bishop Fulton J. Sheen - Christmas Inspirations - The Kind of Jesus Screwtape Recommends. (Talk #23)

The School of Sheen and the Holy Rosary Program hosted by Al Smith (The Pipe Padre)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 4:18


Bishop Fulton J. Sheen - Christmas Inspirations    The Kind of Jesus Screwtape Recommends.   The Founder of Bishop Sheen Today (Al Smith) will share this reflection from Bishop Fulton J. Sheen's 1966 book entitled "Christmas Inspirations".  This is the 23rd reflection in a 45 part series that he will be sharing during the season of Advent. For more information about Bishop Sheen, please visit: https://www.bishopsheentoday.com/ If you would like to watch the video of this broadcast please visit - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGi-hx2pndwg6YA8JkVzMC6gAW9cSuZlZ Also, may I kindly ask that you like and subscribe to our YouTube channel.  Your support would be greatly appreciated. We are pleased to announce that we have put together an Advent Reading Guide where we go through Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen's book "Lord Teach us to Pray" (2019).  You can find the reading guide by visiting: https://www.bishopsheentoday.com/advent-meditations/ You can also watch the video presentations of this book study by visiting: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGi-hx2pndwhxaI51JYjZN3rF5kBf0mwX  May the Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen intercede for you and your loved ones. God Love You.

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
Austell Woman Gives Police Indecent Proposal; Big Box Stores Want More Shoplifting Crackdowns; Task Force Recommends Selling Aunt Fanny's

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 19:11


An Austell woman received felony charges after trying to bribe police officers with sexual favors; Big box stores are asking for more legislation on the reselling of shoplifted goods; A Smyrna task force recommends selling Aunt Fanny's Cabin.  #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews      -            -            -            -            -            The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County.             Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline            Register Here for your essential digital news.              Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here.             This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group   For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BJSM
Stepping into the Beat of Performing Arts Medicine with Dr. Jeremy Stanek. EP# 491

BJSM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 23:15


Similar to sports, overuse injuries are exceedingly common in the performing artist population. On this episode of the AMSSM Sports Medcast, host Dr. Stephen Luebbert, MD, is joined by Dr. Jeremy Stanek, MD, to discuss on the topic of performing arts medicine and his career journey from musician to sports medicine physician. In this conversation Dr. Stanek addresses the following topics: · Dr. Stanek's inspiration for becoming a performing arts physician as well as discuss the patient populations he typically sees and treats · The different components to physical exams to consider with dancers and musicians · The most common injury patterns in performing artists · The go-to resources to utilize for best practices, prevention, treatment and overall management of performing arts medicine · Recommend pathways to get started and more involved in this field Resources I. Websites: 1. Performing Arts Medicine Association https://artsmed.org/ 2. International Association for Dance Medicine & Science- https://iadms.org/ 3. Stanford Performing Arts Medicine Program- https://pmr.stanford.edu/patients/performing-arts-orthopaedic-health.html 4. Texas Center for Performing Arts Health https://tcpah.unt.edu/home 5. Harkness Center for Dance Injuries- https://nyulangone.org/locations/harkness-center-for-dance-injuries 6. Washington University Medical Program for Performing Artists- https://www.ortho.wustl.edu/content/Patient-Care/2348/Services/Physical-Medicine-and-Rehabilitation-Musculoskeletal/Performing-Arts-Program.aspx 7. Performing Arts Medicine Fellowship at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine - https://www.unthsc.edu/texas-college-of-osteopathic-medicine/graduate-medical-education/performing-arts-medicine-fellowship/

AP Audio Stories
AP News: CDC panel recommends Pfizer, Moderna vaccines over J shot

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 0:46


Tony Katz + The Morning News
Popcorn Moment: Jan 6 Committee Recommends Contempt Charge for Mark Meadows

Tony Katz + The Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 8:04


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WSJ Minute Briefing
House Panel Votes to Recommend Holding Mark Meadows in Contempt

WSJ Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 2:14


Toyota says it will accelerate its shift toward electric vehicles. Hard Rock agrees to buy MGM Resorts' Mirage casino business in Las Vegas for $1.1 billion. Keith Collins hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
DAY 328: Jan 6 committee recommends Mark Meadows for contempt charge

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 43:32


The full House will now vote on referring Trump's former chief of staff to the Justice Dept. for contempt of Congress. Meanwhile, President Biden spoke with Sen. Joe Manchin about his Build Back Better bill. The senator is still not on board with some elements of Biden's agenda. And after deadly tornadoes across the Midwest -- the worker safety watchdog, OSHA, is opening an investigation into the Amazon warehouse collapse that killed 6 people. Ashley Parker, Sam Stein, Joyce Vance, Don Calloway, Michael Steele and Dr. Stephen Sample join.

The Carpenter Rants

This week, 2/3 of the Nobodies return from Holiday Hiatus to discuss the 1981 nightmare of a film, Maniac. Our limited edition slasher series, SLASHING THROUGH THE SNOW continues, as we dive into this dark and disturbing character study. This one is NOT for the squeamish. Plus Hornshoe, Recommends, and next week's title revealed.

Hardball with Chris Matthews
Jan. 6 House panel recommends Trump former chief of staff Meadows face contempt of Congress charge

Hardball with Chris Matthews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 12:55


The Jan. 6 House panel has recommended Donald Trump's former White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, face a contempt of Congress charge. The referral now moves to the full House where it is expected to come up for a vote as soon as Tuesday. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the proceedings, and what might come next. Jan. 6 select committee Chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson also gives us his perspective from the halls of Congress.

Boobies & Noobies: A Romance Review Podcast
Santa Claus is Going to Town on Me (Boobsmas #5)

Boobies & Noobies: A Romance Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 70:45


The Novella:Santa Claus is Going to Town on MeThe Author:Marie Lipcomb, writing as M.L. Eliza The Guest:Isabella Costa IG: @isabellaxcosta*Listen to our previous review together: How to Capture a DukeThe Synopsis:When Holly wakes up on Christmas Eve to find an intruder in her home, she does what anyone else would; grabs her replica medieval broadsword and sneaks downstairs to deal with him.But he isn't a burglar. He wears a big red coat, big brown boots, and his big round belly shakes like a bowl full of jelly. He's Santa Claus. He's thick. And he's HOT.What begins as a simple misunderstanding, develops into a passion Holly never knew she needed, with a man who knows her every want and desire. But Holly has a secret, one she can't ever let Claus discover; the true reason she hates Christmas.*Content Warnings* Loss of a parent, mentions of a car accident, grief, guilt.Show Notes:- The 5th Day of Boobsmas with former guest, Isabella Costa - listen to her in our previous Boobsmas review of How to Capture a Duke- The #Santarotica drinking game - Eating our way through the holidays- Where are all the roasted chestnuts?- Today's read: Santa Claus is Going to Town on Me (00:12:05) - Exploring "Santaphilia", aka the sexual attraction to Santa (00:16:47)- Peppermint jizz and candy cane condoms- A few memorable highlights - Christmas magic... in the bedroom (00:33:58)- Acknowledging your past relationships and what you've learned from them- The "3-date rule" is bullsh*t- A few steamy sexcerpts... and a few more sexy one-liners (00:46:12)- Making blow jobs sexy for the giver (00:50:04)- Recommend a romance "noobie"- Heart, Humor, Heat AND Holiday Ratings (01:00:03)- Next up on Isabella's romance reading journey- The 5th Day of Boobsmas jingle courtesy of Cooper BaldwinBooks, people, and movies mentioned in this episode:- Stocking Stuffers by Erin McLellan (listen to our Boobsmas review)- Marie Lipscomb's Hearts of Blackmere series - The Naughty List by Ellie Mae MacGregor *Use the promo code BOOBIES10 for 10% off your first Steam Box order* Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.*Boobies & Noobies is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. You can find more outstanding podcasts to subscribe to at Frolic.media/podcasts*

Low-Carb Conversations
455: Banishing Holiday Stresses with Patti McCoy

Low-Carb Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 37:14


Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Barrett, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners. This week Leah and Holly are discussing the upcoming Holiday season and are joined by special guest Patti McCoy from Nurture by Nature Nutrition. Patti is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Associate Instructor for the Nutritional Therapy Association. She is currently working with Leah teaching a September Nutritional Therapy Association class together. The Ladies discuss the stresses of the holiday season and look for thoughtful ways to manage stress and “perceived” stress. Are we putting too much pressure on ourselves and how can we prevent this? Article: How to Protect Your Mental Health During the Holiday Season   This episode is sponsored by Outer Aisle Gourmet. To shop our favorite low carb, grain and gluten free Sandwich Thins and Pizza Crusts, click here and use code LOWCARBPODCAST at checkout to save 10% off your order   Learn more about becoming a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here. TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn!   Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week: SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don't already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend. We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!   Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa. Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Cloth Diaper Podcast
87: Unicorn Clean, and the magic detergent brands love to recommend

Cloth Diaper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 37:13


This year, Unicorn Clean has taken the cloth diaper community by storm. Families around the world are having a positive experience with this simple eco-friendly detergent. So what's the deal? Melanie joins me today to share about her families story of starting a detergent brand, and what you need to know to get Unicorn Clean products to work for you.    Check out Karen's Unicorn Clean Story: https://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/i-found-my-unicorn-wash-routine-with-unicorn-clean/ Unicorn Clean: https://www.unicornclean.com

The Podcast by KevinMD
An obstetrician recommends midwifery care

The Podcast by KevinMD

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 20:02


"By denigrating midwifery care, pathologizing the natural process of birth, and instilling fear of complications and pain, doctors persuaded women to give birth at the hospital under their care. By touting the benefits of anesthesia, forceps delivery, episiotomy and promoting in-hospital birth, doctors and hospitals were able to capitalize on the new specialty. Interventions of increasing risk and complexity, and their routine use — without proof of benefits for the 80 percent of birthing people who are low risk — have caused harm not just because of their invasive nature, but because the birthing person is subjected to various forms of persuasion and coercion (without informed consent) to do what doctors believe is best for them and their babies. Many of the practices employed on labor and delivery interfere with the natural process of birth. When patients ask to avoid those interventions (which often make life easier for the staff or more money for the hospital), they are told they are not allowed to do what they want for their labor and birth. In a 2019 survey of women who gave birth in U.S. hospitals, 28 percent reported mistreatment. Black people report discrimination in about one-third of their medical encounters." Leslie Farrington is an obstetrician-gynecologist. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "This obstetrician recommends midwifery care." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/07/this-obstetrician-recommends-midwifery-care.html)

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 109:54


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