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Kid Cudi, we don't mean to be disrespectful, but — speaking strictly as film critics — we have some questions about a certain scene in X (2022). The new Ti West movie has been on everyone's minds, and now it's our turn to take a visit to the best little porn house in Texas. Yes, that's a Dolly Parton reference, and apparently so is Brittany Snow's whole performance. With a cast that also includes Jenna Ortega, Mia Goth x2, and the dad from 2002's The Ring, this ‘70s-style slasher had us hiding behind our hands in theaters. References: https://www.salon.com/2022/05/01/ti-west-x-pearl/https://www.thewrap.com/x-movie-ti-west-interview-prequel-pearl/https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/movies/story/2022-03-23/a24-x-horror-ti-west-mia-gothhttps://ew.com/movies/mia-goth-x-ti-west/ https://www.indiewire.com/2022/03/x-ti-west-mia-goth-secret-double-role-1234708105/
For returning guests, welcome back, and for those who are new here, I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator, originally from Toronto, now in Arizona, with a passion for learning, understanding difficult concepts, and breaking them down so that we can all use and apply the most current research to improve our productivity and results in our schools, sports environments, and modern workplaces. Watch this interview on YouTube here https://youtu.be/2GysauKi3Mc On this episode you will learn: ✔︎ The importance of Dr. Stephen Covey's 8th Habit-Finding Your Voice and Helping Others to Find Theirs. ✔︎ A look behind the scenes of The Chey and Pav Show-Where They Began and Where They are Now. ✔︎ What they have each noticed with their personal and professional growth hosting their podcast. ✔︎ Their vision for their NEW book "The Magnificent Microphone" ✔︎ What they learned from working with an artist with this book. ✔︎ How they intend this book to be used to connect with students whose voice is often left behind. ✔︎ How they use Easter Eggs (personal insights) to connect to their long-time supporters. With today's episode, my goal is to show the importance of identifying, sharing and amplifying the voices that aren't typically amplified. Dr. Stephen Covey reminds us that when he created the 8th habit, it was “not about adding one more habit to the 7, one that somehow got forgotten. It's about seeing and harnessing the power of a third dimension to the 7 Habits (taking The 7 Habits beyond where they were before) that meets the central challenge of the new Knowledge Worker Age (requiring continual growth). The 8th Habit is to Find Your Voice and Inspire Others to Find Theirs.” After seeing this quote I had to ask Greg Link, who worked and partnered with the late Dr. Covey if I understood the real meaning behind this quote as I sensed it was deeper than I was grasping, and he said “He is likening finding your voice (the 8th Habit) as a next dimension fruit or outcome of mastering the 7 Habits. It's an outcome or next level, opposed to another habit” which left a profound impact on me with this episode that features 2 well-known podcast hosts from my hometown, who are on a mission to help others to amplify their voice, with their podcast and NEW book series. This means that their mission will inevitably create many NEW opportunities (or fruits as Dr. Covey put it) that will impact many people, around the world, for many years to come. Today's episode #215 is important to me (well, all the episodes are important) but this one touches the heart, mind and soul on a deep level, (as Dr. Marie Gervais reminded us to pay attention to in our last interview #214[i] on The Spirit of Work, to bring our whole selves to whatever it is we are doing) – and today's episode does just that. Today we will be speaking with Chey Cheney and Pav Wander, from The Chey and Pav Show,[ii] a weekly podcast that centers around teaching insights, reflections and growth of Chey and Pav, two middle school teachers from Toronto, Ontario. They regularly comment on being JUST two teachers in a highly diverse community, who look to share best practices, favorite resources, mis-steps and setbacks from their teaching experiences. I've told them often they are far from “just” teachers, but are exemplary, legendary leaders, who are paving the way forward for many who have previously not been seen, or heard and were at risk of being left behind. They did outline the highlights of becoming published authors (and all that they learned from this experience) on their most recent podcast episode #110[iii] that I encourage everyone to tune into. Today's episode we will look at their new picture book, The Magnificent Microphone[iv] that depicts a story of Chey and Pav, who in the picture book, are two keen and energetic elementary school students who often feel unseen and unheard at home and school. They always have vibrant ideas to share, but for some reason, they are always ignored! One lucky day, they find a Magnificent Microphone which helps them elevate their voices with the people that haven't been listening. I invite everyone to join Chey and Pav as they plunge into sharing their voices, learn about storytelling, and find ways to help others amplify their voices. Let's meet these NEW published authors, keynote speakers, successful podcast hosts, and legendary middle school teachers from Toronto, Canada, Chey and Pav!!!! Welcome Chey and Pav!!!!! How much fun in this going to be??? Thank you for joining me today on the podcast. You know you've got a serious supporter of your work here, and I really do need to come back for a visit and meet up with you for coffee in the parking lot because the staffroom was never my thing. Welcome, both of you. So, I've got to say this is really cool for me to speak with you both, being a former TDSB teacher. It's been a long time, but I was at Zion MS in North York. My department head was Jim Carson, who I had to look up and saw he's now at Fairmount PS (I think)…I'm not sure where Rexdale is from North York and how many educators you get to meet across the District.. FOR CHEY: So Chey (am I the only one who has no idea who the Hurricane Cheney is??). I've heard of a few wrestlers, (my husband is definitely a fan--he has a poster of the Iron Sheik in his office)—and I've heard of some others but I wonder why you chose The Hurricane as your Superhero name? What's so cool about this wrestler? FOR PAV: And welcome Pav (Wonder-woman Wander)…I understand this reference much better than the wrestling one. You definitely are Wonder-woman, teaching, raising a family and running the podcast. No explanation needed unless there's more that I've missed? Oh, expect baker as well, as I did steal one of your Christmas Cookie recipes! Q1: So, it's been over 2.5 years since you launched your podcast, (is that right??) that's now called The Chey and Pav Show, and I know so much has happened since you put your voice out into the world in this short amount of time that's probably gone by like the blink of an eye. So many new opportunities are coming your way, and many more on the horizon, so I do want to first of all congratulate you both on the decision to do this work. Looking back now, Pav, you say this is “the most exponential growth you've experienced as a teacher.” Could you both go back to when you took your RSS feed and put it out to multiple podcast channels…what do each of you remember thinking back then and was exponential growth that would be chronicled for the world to see on your mind at all? Q2: Let's go to your 100th episode, which is a HUGE milestone (awesome!!) where you each went over your “most impactful” episodes over the years that impacted your growth. What is unique about this podcasting experience, is that the world gets to watch your growth (which I've seen with some other podcast hosts I follow-and I can see the growth in myself. I remember the first 50 interviews I did, I seriously look like I'm hyperventilating…I can't watch them without thinking “just take a breath…breathe!!” I know you have noticed your growth as well. Aside from the knowledge you have both gained, what have you noticed about your growth personally and professionally with hosting The Chey and Pav Show and putting your voice out to the world? Q3: What I loved about your 100th episode is that you picked some episodes that were impactful, and stood the test of time. Over the years, I often draw back to past episodes for this reason, as I think they can inspire others for years to come. I know it's hard to think ahead, and easier to look back, but what is your vision when you get to EPISODE #200? What are your next podcast milestones goals? Q4: I'd like to move to your NEW picture book, The Magnificent Microphone, since this is a huge deal that you are now published authors. I actually wrote these questions BEFORE I read your book, and these questions have more meaning now, as I felt your story on a deep emotional level. Can you each share your vision for this book and eventual series? Q5: I have to mention your art work, since we also had an artist create images for our Level Up program and book. We interviewed our artist on EPISODE #13[v], Sam Roberts, as her artwork actually gained her a 4-year, all paid, prestigious leadership scholarship at the University of AR. Who knew when she was 16 years old, and sending me back ideas based on what I was asking her to draw for me, where this would lead her in her future. What did you learn from your artist, Shawnna Purkis, and I wonder what this experience uncovered for her as her voice was elevated being your artist? Q6: What's next for you both? I know you are going to make this a book series, but I wonder if you have thought about the books having components that could be used for the ELL population? (I ask because I worked for Pearson ESL and many books to schools for Newcomer students). Have you thought about this audience as you are now working on translating this book into many different languages? Q7: I've got to mention the Easter Eggs (not chocolate-but the personal insights) that you have noticed in your episodes. I didn't notice I was doing that until I looked back when I got to EPISODE 100 and saw how intentional I was with the guests I asked to be on the podcast. The people I asked were ALL influencers in my life in some way. I quote them often, as I want to leave a legacy with what I'm creating to help others, by recording these moments of growth and it's a lot of fun knowing there's a creative side of me embedded in each episode. What have you both noticed? Q8: Congratulations on your huge keynote presentation in Saskatoon! I loved watching you both prepare for that. I know there's a lot of behind the scenes stuff that happens (let alone content prep). What stuck out to you from that weekend as memorable for you both? Q9: Is there anything important I have missed? I want to thank you both for the years of support with our podcast. I haven't met you in person, (yet) but feel massively connected to you both. For people to learn more about your podcast, book series, and contact you, is the best place your website www.cheyandpav.com Thank you!! I can't wait to see what's next for both of you and how many young leaders your book (and series in the future) will inspire. When I make it back home, I'll be sure to let you both know! Reflections After This Episode: Some final thoughts: Today I got to come full circle as a former teacher from Toronto District School Board, who had no idea of the impact possible when you put the 8th Habit into action. Imagine how many young leaders Chey and Pav's book series will inspire. This is only the beginning for them, but I see so much more. I do understand now why they refer to themselves as “just” teachers from Toronto (although I will always see them as legendary leaders). I can't wait to see where these two teachers with a passion of sharing their voices, through storytelling, and find helping others to amplify their voices end up in the next 5-10 years. Dr. Stephen Covey's quote reminds us all that life is about getting to the 8th Habit—so whatever it is that you might be working on, I hope this episode has given you some insight of the importance of amplifying those often unheard voices—whether it's in the classroom, workplace, or in the sports environment. With that final thought, I'll see you next episode, with an elementary school assistance principal, Dan Wolfe, who is just about to release a NEW book that takes the 5 SEL competencies we've covered on our podcast and shows us how to navigate through life with these competencies as our “moral compass.” See you next episode. FOLLOW CHEY AND PAV Twitter https://twitter.com/Staffpodcast Podcast Twitter Chey Cheney https://twitter.com/mrccheney Twitter Pav Wander https://twitter.com/PavWander Facebook https://www.facebook.com/staffroompodcast Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cheyandpav/ Instagram Chey Cheney https://www.instagram.com/chey_cheney/ Instagram Pav Wander https://www.instagram.com/___pav___/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/chey-and-pav-%E2%80%9Cteachers-talking-teaching%E2%80%9D-8b69081b8/ REFERENCES: [i] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #214 with Dr. Marie Gervais https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/marie-gervais-phd-on-the-spirit-of-work-connecting-science-business-practices-and-sacred-texts-for-a-happier-and-more-productive-workplace/ [ii] The Chey and Pav Show https://www.cheyandpav.com/ [iii] https://www.cheyandpav.com/podcast [iv] The Magnificent Microphone by Chey Cheney and Pawan Wander Illustrated by Shawnna Purkis Published April 14, 2022 https://www.cheyandpav.com/picture-book [v]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #13 with Sam Roberts on “Winning a 4-Year Prestigious Leadership Scholarship at the University of AR, Fort Smith” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/our-very-own-teen-artist-sam-roberts-on-winning-a-4-year-prestigious-leadership-scholarshipat-the-university-of-arkansas-fort-smith/
The importance of security in the Black Sea has been highlighted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Dimitar Bechev, lecturer at Oxford University and Visiting Fellow at Carnegie Europe, joins Giselle, Dalibor, and Iulia to speak specifically about Turkey and Bulgaria. First, Dimitar explains Turkey's relationship with Russia, NATO, and the US in order to illustrate the many factors behind Erdogan's foreign policy. Last, Dimitar dives into Bulgarian foreign policy, which has traditionally been Russophilic and anti-risk, but has taken a greater stand against Russia. References: https://yalebooks.yale.edu/book/9780300247886/turkey-under-erdogan/ (Turkey Under Erdogan) by Dimitar Bechev; https://www.politico.eu/article/turkey-between-a-rock-and-a-hard-place-on-russia/ (Turkey, between a rock and a hard place on Russia) by Dimitar Bechev
FPF Mini Course with "7 Reasons Why People Get Hurt in the Gym and What to do About It." - https://fitnesspainfree.com/programs/fpf-certification-presale-page/ In today's episode we go over an Evidence Based Guide to Tennis Elbow | Lateral Epicondylalgia, Epicondylitis, Tendinitis: FPF E:33 Show Notes: - Relevant Articles and References - https://fitnesspainfree.com/2022/05/evidence-based-guide-to-tennis-elbow-lateral-epicondylalgia-epicondylitis-tendinitis-tendinopathy-fpf-show-episode-33/ ***** Welcome to the Fitness Pain Free Show! This is where we help coaches and physical therapists like YOU get your patients out of pain back to training Want to support me? Head over to Fitnesspainfree.com, click on Programs and sign up for the FPF "Insiders" Online Library where you can ask questions I'll answer for future episodes! *****
Unmask your capabilities and practice sharing them with the world. Then consider what's possible. What can you create to be in service to others, to develop your career, and to make a difference in the world?! ----------------------------------------------- Welcome to Ever Better Today: the daily podcast for creating your optimal business, career, or overall life in ten minutes or less. I'm Lisa Conners Vogt, Executive and Leadership Coach and founder of Ever Better Coaching and Consulting. Let's jump in! ----------------------------------------------- Recognizing your adjacent possible is one step in seeing yourself as a masterpiece. Listen to episodes 49 and 50 to learn more. Then… Go to everbetteru.com/masterpiece to download my worksheet, You Are A Masterpiece. ----------------------------------------------- Use your talents to unlock opportunities Identify and use your given skills, assets and talents. Invest in learning about and practicing whatever lights you up! Consider a wider perspective than you normally would. What's your adjacent possible? What's hovering on the edges of the present state for you? This is your shadow future. What have you been masking that you could unmask? What skills could use at an even greater level? When you use your skills to a greater extent, what's possible for you? How can you impact other people? References and inspiration for this episode: “Where Good Ideas Come From” by Steven Johnson The adjacent possible is a kind of shadow future, hovering on the edges of the present state of things. The strange and beautiful truth about the adjacent possible is that its boundaries grow as you explore them. Each new combination opens up the possibility of other new combinations. “Worldwide Speech” founded by Erin Long As a speech pathologist, Erin Long was dedicated to helping children develop their speech-language skills. Part of the State Department Foreign Service community, Erin recognized the need to provide speech therapy and related services to American students living with their families abroad. And WorldWide Speech was born! Now Erin is back in the U.S. and has expanded her customer base to students in the U.S. Her adjacent possible was seeing the opportunity to use her skills to serve students living abroad. And then, her adjacent possible expanded to serve students anywhere in the world. You can learn more about Erin and her team at worldwidespeech.com “Hope Blooms” established by Kelly Krenzel Kelly Krenzel worked at a hospice and recognized how much people appreciated receiving flowers. She saw that it created joy and moved them from feeling isolated to included. Kelly recognized that there were many flowers that could be repurposed to brighten someone's day from churches, florists, and farms. Her adjacent possible led her to create Hope Blooms the organization that is “changing lives, one bouquet at a time.” Hope Blooms repurposes donated flowers and rearranges them into beautiful bedside bouquets so that those who are in need most in our community feel a sense of inclusion. You can learn more at hopeblooms.org ----------------------------------------------- To learn more about working with Ever Better, send me an email here or book a complimentary call with me here
Influencers, celebs and mega coaches are often treated as mythical Gods. We think they're untouchable, immune to the suffering life brings, and have zero worries in the world. We think they don't deal with the “everyday” things we do — paying an extra $25 on DoorDash for a 14 inch pizza that costs $18 or feeling insecure when their crush ghosts them on Date 3. When we put them on pedestals, we dehumanize them. In the same vein, we make ourselves small. The automatic comparison and projection prompts self-doubt, imposter syndrome, and keeps us stuck in a constant cycle of feeling inspired, then comparing, sabotaging or worse, staying stuck and never trying at all. In today's solo ep, Chelsea deep dives into this concept. Why do we put so much weight into social following? Why are we so quick to take IG photos as truth? Why don't we use more discernment when making snap judgments? She also shares ways to take people off of pedestals so you can finally get out there and shoot your shot. Pitch that host. Message your fave mentor to come on your podcast. Land a dream guest interview. Your stories matter. If you're interested in learning more about these mindset strategies, especially as it comes to creating and conversing with other people, you'll love Interview & Hosting Lab. It's a 2 hour workshop all about the art & science of storytelling and hosting jaw-dropping interviews. You can learn more and register right here. References mentioned in this episode: The School of Life - On Melancholy Forbes Under 30 Summit with Alexandra Cooper CONNECT WITH CHELSEA: Website: chelseariffe.com IG: @chelseariffe + @nonexpertopinionpod Email: email@example.com Work with Chelsea: https://www.chelseariffe.com/links LINKS: INTERVIEW & HOSTING LAB REGISTRATION: https://www.chelseariffe.com/interview-and-hosting-lab Want to launch, grow, or monetize your own podcast? Apply right HERE. Try Curious Elixirs booze-free cocktails! Get $10 off an order of $50 or more with code RIFFE22, or click HERE. Try Open Mindfulness app for 30 days free right HERE.
On this episode of Rank My Movies we profile one of the biggest actors of the 90's. He has some all-time classics and some all-time flops. This week it's Kevin Costner! / Hosted by Brandon and Malinda Benson / New Episode Every Thursday / Our Podcast is available where ever you listen to your podcasts / Follow Us On..... https://www.facebook.com/rankmymovies/ , https://twitter.com/rankmymovies , https://www.instagram.com/rankmymovies/ and check out our website https://rankmymovies.com. / We are now part of The Podbreed Network so please check out all the shows at https://www.podbreed.com/References: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000126/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm, https://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/kevin-michael-costner-2078.php, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Costner#:~:text=He%20attended%20Mt.,Fullerton%20(CSUF)%20in%201978., https://www.notstarring.com/actors/costner-kevin, Support the show
Sam Enfield has spent weeks in an unnatural slumber, and the people closest to him have stayed close by the entire time, concerned, watching, waiting for something, ANYTHING to change…Transcript: https://hangingslothstudios.com/sbr-2-20-bedside/Password: micsSupport us on patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hangingslothstudiosSupport us on Ko-Fi: https://ko-fi.com/hangingslothsHang out on discord: https://discord.gg/FfqkjjKx7BOfficial Hanging Sloths twitter: https://twitter.com/hangingslothsOfficial show twitter: https://twitter.com/SpiritBoxRadioShop the full SBR Merch range at TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/hanging-sloth-studiosLimited Merch on RedBubble: https://www.redbubble.com/people/HangingSloths/shopContent Warnings:Background sounds and musicPanning audio (audio will sound different in right and left speakers/headphones)Alcohol consumption (light, sounds of bottle unscrewing and liquid being poured)Discussions of death and dyingReferences to child neglectImplied threats of violenceYawningThis episode starring: Alex Peilober-Richardson as Anna, Jessie Jeffrey as Kitty, Will Cummings as Oliver, and Pippin Eira Major as Sam EnfieldFull cast list: https://hangingslothstudios.com/spirit-box-radio/sbr-cast/ Get episodes one day early with Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
CEO of Rove Pest Control and D2D Millionaire, Lenny Gray is also the author of the Door to Door Millionaire book series. He started his career in the door-to-door sales industry in the late 1990s. Along with running his own companies, he's taught his sales techniques to other businesses that are now generating millions of dollars in revenue. In this episode of Capital Hacking, he joins Josh to touch upon his basic principles for success in sales, his three qualifiers to make the sale, and how to expand wealth by selling businesses. References: https://lennygray.com/ Door to Door Millionaire Book Series (2 books) https://www.d2dmillionaire.com/
083: Can you EAT HEALTHY on a BUDGET?In this episode, Dr. Hemingway will share his top TIPS on how to EAT HEALTHY on a BUDGET; and YES it can be done!!!**To GET more of Dr. Hemingway, BECOME an Inaugural member of his THRIVE Community where he will share additional content, do LIVE ZOOM sessions with you and have Q and A, Office Hours, and so much more! **SIGN UP for the THRIVE COMMUNITY here: https://thomashemingway.podia.com/thomas-hemingway-communityFor more on Dr. Hemingway and for his NEWLY RELEASED Health Optimization courses, please visit his website, https://www.modernmedicinemovement.comGo to the top right menu drop down and select NEW STRESS COURSE and get started!***CLICK HERE TO GET his NEW STRESS OPTIMIZATION COURSE! https://thomashemingway.podia.com/stress-course-12-12***You can also SIGN UP FOR HIS FREE WEEKLY health newsletter: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/619eb66f117f2e0a9bdc5993JUST SCROLL DOWN AND ENTER YOUR EMAIL ON THE WEBSITE FOR WEEKLY GOODNESS!***ALSO to get ACCESS to the AMAZING Event ALIGN AMBITION REPLAY, where Dr. Hemingway did a recent KEYNOTE on how to THRIVE not simply Survive in Life, Go to https://aligneventslive.com Learn more about Thomas Hemingway, MD and upcoming episodes, tips, tricks and more here: https://modernmedicinemovement.com on Instagram at @modermedicinemovement or @alohasurfdoc***Ask to join his FREE Private Facebook health Group with weekly LIVE educational sessions entitled:Modern Medicine Movement Health and Wellness Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2543880582493990/?ref=shareFREE NEWSLETTER SIGNUP HERE: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/619eb66f117f2e0a9bdc5993**Although Dr. Thomas Hemingway is a physician, he is NOT your physician and is NOT to replace your primary care physician/health care provider. This podcast is NOT to be construed as medical advice by Dr. Thomas Hemingway or the guests comments as they are opinion only and NOT medical advice. Please consult your physician/health care provider should you have any medical questions or before trying any new practice. IN THIS EPISODE, Dr. Hemingway will go deep on HOW to OPTIMIZE CALORIC RESTRICTION.References cited: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6601616/#__ffn_sectitlehttps://ijbnpa.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12966-018-0648-6https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3855594/https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13679-013-0064-9
Welcome to Episode 99 of the Autism Parenting Secrets. How can two parents come together and create a powerful partnership? That's an extremely important question and there are several pillars to a successful partnership. This week, we focus on one of those pillars: decision-making clarity.Getting super clear on this yields huge benefits for the parents and the child. There's a third option that isn't well understood but can be a game-changer.The secret this week is…Go For 51/49 You'll Discover:It's All About Synergy (1:23)The First Category of Decision Making (7:47)The Second Category of Decision Making (9:14)The Little Known Third Category of Decision Making (10:19)What To Avoid At All Costs (15:03)How To Take Action Today (15:49)References in This Episode:Autism Parenting Secrets - Episode 21 - The POWER Is In The PARTNERSHIPAdditional Resources:Free Resource: 33 Mistakes Most Autism Parents Make and How To Avoid ThemGot a Picky Eater? - this can helpTo learn more about Cass & Len, visit us at www.autismparentingsecrets.comBe sure to follow Cass & Len on InstagramIf you enjoyed this episode, share it with your friends.Don't forget to subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts to get automatic episode updates for our "Autism Parenting Secrets!"And, finally, please take a minute to leave us an honest review and rating on Apple Podcasts. They really help us out when it comes to the ranking of the show and we read every single one of the reviews we get. Thanks for listening!
#021 RebroadcastThis week, Melissa and Jam explore the chemistry of solar energy. How do we capture energy from the sun and turn it into electricity? Is it as super insanely cool as it seems? Are we living in the future already?Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast.
I have personal woes and it felt like life was kicking my butt but we struggled through it to make this awesome episode for you. This week we jump right into the main discussion of Star Trek Picard Episode 4 "Watcher" & Episode 5 "Fly Me to the Moon," we have a brief chat about the "Halo" TV show and my absolute hatred for sci-fi space mullets. We pushed our Moon Knight talk for the next episode because I forgot to watch it... We have a Coral recommendation of “Outlander” then she and I gush about "Bridgerton" Season 2 and I come to the conclusion that I just enjoy stories from that time period because we go into the new film “Death on the Nile.” The big movie of the week is “Turning Red '' and how it is a film that I can totally relate to and it is just so damn adorable. –Nathan
Anthony and Tavis are taking a half hour to read between the headlines of the biggest stories in energy. References: https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/NOPEC-Americas-Last-Stand-Against-OPECs-Drift-To-The-East.html https://www-businessinsider-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.businessinsider.com/white-house-stops-asking-saudi-arabia-pump-more-oil-russia-report-2022-4?amp https://oilprice.com/Energy/Oil-Prices/Oil-Prices-Top-111-As-Bidens-SPR-Buyback-Plan-Leaks.html https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Russia-Boosts-Crude-Sales-To-Indias-Top-Refiner.html https://oilprice.com/Energy/Coal/China-Calls-Out-US-Dollar-Dominance-As-It-Buys-Russian-Coal-With-Yuan.html https://www.linkedin.com/posts/energy-strong-usa_solar-energy-projects-are-grinding-to-a-halt-activity-6929069051600154624--BD6?utm_source=linkedin_share&utm_medium=ios_app https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/US-Grid-Operators-Are-Bracing-For-A-Wave-Of-Blackouts.html
The Beats break down the ins and outs of chickpeas also known as garbanzo beans (or nokhod in Farsi) in Persian food and beyond! Chickpeas are fabulous in soups & stews, salads, dips, and as snacks. Chickpea flour is used in an iconic cookie called Nokhodchi and is gluten free. The easiest way to work with garbanzo beans is to use the canned bean variety, although the duo go over how to cook them from scratch, and also some easy go-to recipes. Listen to how chickpeas when mixed into Ajeel trail mix and packaged in a special way can help solve your problems! This week's “Ask the Beats” is close to co-host Beata's heart and covers one off on a crunchy fan favorite food! Subscribe+ to the Modern Persian Food podcast on your favorite podcast player, and tell a friend! References and recipes: Podcast Episode 3: Rice Podcast Episode 11 Tahdigh | Bottom of the Pot Podcast Episode 40: Damkoni Podcast Episode 70: Kateh Persian Rice Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi, Persian food Where the Kebob is Hot Bita's Aash Reshteh | Persian Noodle Soup Bita's Vegan Moroccan Stew Bita's Instant Pot Okra Soup Bita's Easy Homemade Hummus Bita's Roasted Chickpeas Bita's Ajeel | Persian Trail Mix Beata's Ash Reshteh | Persian Noodle Soup – BeatsEats Beata's Asheh Reshteh – Persian Noodle Soup – Original Recipe Post – BeatsEats All Modern Persian Food podcast episodes can be found at: Episodes Co-host Beata Nazem Kelley blog: BeatsEats – Persian Girl Desperately Addicted to Food! Co-host Bita Arabian blog: Oven Hug - Healthy Persian Recipes | Modern Persian Recipes Podcast production by Alvarez Audio
Welcome to Season 4 of Being Known Podcast where we are looking at trauma through the lens of hope and not fear. This week we talk on how we can begin to heal from trauma with a look at the wholeness of integration. We were made to create beauty and goodness in the world. But evil has other plans, and wields trauma as a way to devour us before that goodness and beauty can be realized. But - God had other plans beyond those of evil – plans that evil never saw coming, and still doesn't. For indeed, God's intention is not to ignore trauma, but wade right into it and right up to it, allowing himself to be subjected to its worst possible form. And so, despite the traumatic execution by crucifixion of a prisoner from a backwater village of a now non-existent ancient empire on a non-descript Friday – we call that Friday Good because God has come not merely to be with us in our trauma, but to transform them, bringing us to wholeness, to beauty and goodness, in ways we could never imagine. Join us as we, together, imagine Jesus coming to find us in the bomb craters that make up the story of our lives – and as we then tell a new story of beauty and goodness that will transform our minds, and change our brains along the way. Links, References and Resources Boundaries for Your Soul by Alison Cook, PhD. and Kimberly Miller Try Softer by Aundi Kolber Brainspotting by David Grand Generations Deep by Gina Birkemeier My Grandmother's Hands by ResmaaMenakem Reparations by Gregory Thompson and Duke Kwon Scripture References Mark 5:25-24 Mark 3:20-34 Luke 24:13-35 Sign up to access the Being Known Podcast applications, the weekly exercises that connect what you are learning to your life in a practical way. Scroll to the bottom of the page to sign up (not the pop-up). As always, we invite you to stay connected with us via social media and YouTube: Instagram Facebook Twitter YouTube (where we post the unedited videos of each episode AND the post show conversations.) Please subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode and we always welcome your reviews on Apple Podcasts.
How do you counsel patients on beta blockers? Is one beta-blocker better than the other? What is preferred: ACEi, ARBs or ARNIs? What are the pros and cons of each? How does spironolactone compare to eplerenone? When do you stop mineralocorticoid receptor antagonist? What are risks with SGLT2 inhibitors? How do you initiate GDMT? Which meds do you start first and in what order?Show notes, Transcript and References: https://www.coreimpodcast.com/2022/05/11/5-pearls-on-guideline-directed-medical-therapy/Sponsor: https://go.amboss.com/GDMTGet CME-MOC credit with ACP: https://www.acponline.org/cme-moc/cme/internal-medicine-podcasts/core-im Time stamps:03:13 Pearl 112:14 Pearl 220:36 Pearl 326:42 Pearl 432:16 Pearl 5Tags: IM Core, CoreIM, heart failure with reduced ejection fraction, GDMT, treatment, cardiology
In this special two-part series, we record a live episode at the International Anesthesia Research Society meeting. Dr. Dan Saddawi-Konefka and I revisit a question from our very first Depth of Anesthesia episode: is it necessary to confirm mask ventilation before paralyzing? Supporting graphics are available at depthofanesthesia.com and on our Instagram @DepthofAnesthesia. Thanks for listening! If you enjoy our content, leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and consider helping us offset the costs of production by donating through our Patreon at https://bit.ly/3n0sklh. — Follow us on Instagram @DepthofAnesthesia and on Twitter @DepthAnesthesia for podcast and literature updates. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with episode ideas or if you'd like to join our team. Music by Stephen Campbell, MD. __ References available at https://depthofanesthesia.com/exploring-clinical-dogma-with-the-depth-of-anesthesia-podcast-team-iars-2022/
In this episode, we sit down with the VP of Product over at Animoca Brands to discuss the difference between traditional gaming and blockchain gaming. We also deep-dive into their exciting NFT game, Revv Racing, breaking down how to get involved and how to earn money through their competitions. We'd love to hear your thoughts about this one over in the community Discord. Join us for free at www.HustleAndFlowchart.com/discord! Some Topics We Discussed With Sean Dudley Include: How games like Golden Eye led to where we're at with gaming The journey to Animoca's current dominance How blockchain games differ from traditional games Why old-school and new-school games can coexist How the tokens work for Revv racing How to actually earn an income playing Revv How you can hire drivers to race your NFTs for you How you could actually start playing for free right now The step-by-step process to get started playing How early we all are to this space And much more! References and Links Mentioned: Revv Racing ———————————– Hard Fork Gaming Whitelist Subscribe To The Hard Fork Gaming Channel Join the Discord Community Matt on Twitter | Joe on Twitter Hard Fork Gaming on Twitter Subscribe & Review To The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Hustle & Flowchart Podcast! If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing entrepreneurs just like you!
In this episode, Dr. Scott and Tommy discuss the Food Compass, identifying what a healthy food truly is, how should you be eating when you break your fast and MORE! Show Transcript: www.thefastingforlife.com/blog Let's continue the conversation. Click the link below to JOIN the Fasting For Life Community, a group of like-minded, new and experienced fasters! The first two rules of fasting need not apply! Fasting For Life Community - Join HERE This week in the community we will be discussing some of your fav FOOD SWAPS! Fasting is powerful as we know but making better decisions during the nutrition/eating window can accelerate your results. Come share your favorite SWAP! New to the podcast and wondering where to start? Head to the website and download our FREE Fast Start Guide, 6 simple steps to put One Meal a Day Fasting (OMAD) into practice! Maybe you are an experienced faster and wondering about your results and IF they could be linked to INSULIN resistance? Head over to the website and download our FREE Insulin Resistance Assessment! Or get both here at our website: www.thefastingforlife.com/resources If you enjoy the podcast, would you please tap on the stars below and consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it makes a difference in helping bring you the best original content each week. We also really enjoy reading them! Sign up for the Fasting For Life newsletter at www.thefastingforlife.com Follow Fasting For Life: www.facebook.com/thefastingforlife www.instagram.com/thefastingforlife Join the Community on Facebook! References: https://www.nature.com/articles/s43016-021-00381-y https://sites.tufts.edu/foodcompass/
Today Amy is joined by Pastor Gabe Carter to give us an overview of Bible translations. They chat about good translations, some comparisons and then also some things to watch out for. References: 2 Peter 1:20-21; Proverbs 15:5 NIV84/ NIV 2011; I Timothy 2:12 Contact: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org http://atheycreek.com/ministries/women Follow us on IG @atheywomen @ammcreynolds
Thank you to Ana Luisa for partnering with our podcast! Don't forget to check out https://shop.analuisa.com/spookytuesday to take advantage of their Buy One, Get One 40% Off sale with pieces starting at just $39.Here at Spooky Tuesday, we believe sex education is SO important, which is why we spent the objectively correct and exactly appropriate amount of time reflecting on our own history of menstruation on our Carrie (1976) episode. That's right, the Sissy Spacek cinematic masterpiece arrived just in time for prom season, so don't forget to get all gussied up and ready for your date with John Travolta's fluffy hair, P.J. Soles' rainbow hat, and a whole lot of ‘70s-era bush.References:https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/nov/03/carrie-stephen-king-brian-de-palma-horror-films-feminismhttps://www.indiewire.com/2016/01/oscar-nominee-production-designer-jack-fisk-talks-his-career-with-terrence-malick-paul-thomas-anderson-david-lynch-and-more-90180/
This week on Group Fitness Real Talk, I'm back chatting with Richard Playfair, founder of SweatLife Films, for Part 2 of "How to Nail Teaching Virtually in 2022". In case you missed it, go back and listen to Part 1, where we talked about the marketing and business elements of running a digital fitness business as an Instructor. Today, we delve into the technical side of things. Richard shares an updated list of useful tools and equipment to grow the digital side of your business, where you should and shouldn't invest your money, and the importance of developing your talent in front of camera.Enjoy this short but practical episode!Here's a glance at this episode…(2:11) Essential items for the Instructor teaching digital classes(5:11) Recommendations for head mics to go with the receiver(7:26) How to upgrade your video(10:13) Lighting recommendations(10:54) Something you SHOULDN'T spend your money on right now(11:50) Storage recommendations and file naming(14:36) Tips for developing your talent as a digital InstructorLinks and References mentioned in this episode:Richard's Facebook Group: Fitness Video Production Help For Fitness ProfessionalsRichard on LinkedInRichard's YouTube: Sweatlife Films Episode 8: Digital Fitness: Pricing, Packaging and PlatformEpisode 10: 5 Pro Tips For Creating Better Virtual ClassesFREE Timer PackRode HS2 Headmic Trantec Headmic Rode Wireless Go IRode Wireless Go IINeewer LightsResearch HDMI Out Camera OptionsWill's Facebook, Instagram and Email AddressSH1FT Fitness Website
Chances are your organization has information that someone else wants. If it's another nation state, their methods may not be friendly or even legal. In this episode we address assessing risk, known "bad" actors, information targets, exfiltration, cyber security models, what the federal government is doing for contractors, and response strategies. Listen now so you don't become a statistic later. References: https://www.fbi.gov/file-repository/china-exec-summary-risk-to-corporate-america-2019.pdf https://nhglobalpartners.com/made-in-china-2025/ https://www.cybintsolutions.com/cyber-security-facts-stats/ http://www.secretservice.gov/ntac/final_it_sector_2008_0109.pdf http://www.secretservice.gov/ntac/final_government_sector2008_0109.pdf CIS Controls v8.0, Center for Internet Security, May 2021, https://www.cisecurity.org https://owasp.org/www-project-threat-and-safeguard-matrix/ https://www.acq.osd.mil/cmmc/about-us.html
Hey everyone! Nathan wanted to know how poisons work and we're starting with some metals! Metal poisons are pretty interesting because they aren't complex molecules or anything, they're like single atoms running around messing up your biological systems! But how do metals interact with biology in the first place? Let's get into it! References: https://www.cancer.gov/publications/dictionaries/cancer-terms/def/toxin https://www.cancer.gov/publications/dictionaries/cancer-terms/def/toxicant https://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acs.jpcb.7b05027 www.cell.com/cell-reports/pdf/S2211-1247(19)31639-0.pdf https://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acs.jpcb.7b05027 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4103093/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2755212/ https://watermark.silverchair.com/labmed33-0614.pdf https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2019.00754/full
Podcast for a deep examination into the career and life choices of Jack Nicholson. The host build ramparts to survive a Jack Attack just as their fourth season begins. While they're enduring the siege, Lev unearths forgotten facts about their new foe. What important thing did Jack's father forget? Find out on this week's episode of 'What the Hell Happened to Them?' Email the cast at email@example.com Disclaimer: This episode was recorded in May 2022. References may feel confusing and/or dated unusually quickly. 'The Cry Baby Killer' is available on DVD (with a bonus film!): https://www.amazon.com/Baby-Killer-Back-Back-Jack/dp/B000HA4WQQ/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2Q92K8ZSBPNQB&keywords=cry+baby+killer+dvd&qid=1651954427&sprefix=crybaby+kille+dvd%2Caps%2C151&sr=8-1 Music from 'Psycho Killer (Halloween Cover)' by Robyn Adele Anderson based on a song from The Talking Heads 'Cry Baby, Cry' by The Beatles Artwork from BJ West quixotic, united, skeyhill, vekeman, jack, nicholson, syzygy, cry, baby, killer, crybaby, noir, exploitation, corman, hollywood, diner, avatar, rooney
This week's episode is the first in a three-part series that celebrates the 70th anniversary of Resources for the Future (RFF). Over that time span, RFF has had a significant impact on the fields of environmental economics and policy. In this episode, host Kristin Hayes talks with Ray Kopp, RFF's recently retired vice president for research and policy engagement, and Kerry Smith, an RFF university fellow (who also happened to be Ray Kopp's graduate school advisor). Kopp continues to lead the organization's Comprehensive Climate Strategies Program. Kopp, Smith, and Hayes discuss the 70-year history and legacy of RFF, the real-world impacts of its research, and how the act of conducting research itself has changed through the decades. They take a trip down RFF memory lane to explore how the world of environmental economics has evolved over the past 70 years—and how RFF has helped shape that evolution. References and recommendations: “Scarcity and Growth: The Economics of Natural Resource Availability” by Harold J. Barnett and Chandler Morse; https://www.routledge.com/Scarcity-and-Growth-The-Economics-of-Natural-Resource-Availability/Barnett-Morse/p/book/9781617260315 “Air Pollution and Human Health” by Lester B. Lave and Eugene P. Seskin; https://www.routledge.com/Air-Pollution-and-Human-Health/Lave-Seskin/p/book/9781617260582 Marchant calculator; https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_690723 “The Voltage Effect” by John A. List; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/672117/the-voltage-effect-by-john-a-list/ “Big Data for Twenty-First-Century Economic Statistics” edited by Katharine G. Abraham, Ron S. Jarmin, Brian C. Moyer, and Matthew D. Shapiro; https://www.nber.org/books-and-chapters/big-data-twenty-first-century-economic-statistics “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind” by Yuval Noah Harari; https://www.ynharari.com/book/sapiens-2/ “The Food Lab” by J. Kenji López-Alt; https://wwnorton.com/books/9780393081084
In this Holistique Health Hour podcast, Dr. Darvish shares recent research on the impacts of exercise on hormones. When to exercise and how long and what type of exercises are most beneficial to hormone function, anti-aging and to reducing inflammation. This podcast is for information only and is not intended to make any claims or provide treatments for your condition or symptoms. Please seek the advise of your own physician. For more podcasts and blogs visit www.DrDarvish.com . For more information on regenerative naturopathic and integrative medical services provided at Holistique Medical Center, visit www.Holistique.com . References available upon request.
In today's episode we go over, Physical Therapy Treatment for Wrist Pain | Olympic Lifting, CrossFit, Powerlifting FPF Mini Course with "7 Reasons Why People Get Hurt in the Gym and What to do About It." - https://fitnesspainfree.com/programs/fpf-certification-presale-page/ Show Notes: - Relevant Articles and References - https://fitnesspainfree.com/2022/05/physical-therapy-treatment-for-wrist-pain-olympic-lifting-crossfit-powerlifting-fpf-show-episode-32/ ***** Welcome to the Fitness Pain Free Show! This is where we help coaches and physical therapists like YOU get your patients out of pain back to training Want to support me? Head over to Fitnesspainfree.com, click on Programs and sign up for the FPF "Insiders" Online Library where you can ask questions I'll answer for future episodes! *****
“Did you know that the brains of people who are chronically burnt-out show similar damage as people who have experienced trauma”[i] and that “burnout reduces the connectivity between different parts of the brain which can lead to decreased creativity, working memory, and problem solving skills?” (Vanessa Van Edwards). It's incorrect to assume that burnout is just an emotional response to long hours or a challenging job. Instead, scientific evidence shows that burnout takes a profound physical toll that ripples well beyond our professional lives. For this week's Brain Fact Friday, I want to cover the importance of understanding how serious workplace burnout is at the brain level. After releasing our 3rd interview this season on work burnout, I realized just how important this topic is to you, the listener, with all the comments that came in to me this week on this topic. There is a serious need for us to ALL recognize when we have too much on our plate, so that we take immediate action without feeling like we are giving up on our company, ourselves, our goals or dreams. I also don't want to discourage anyone from putting in the extra work, or effort that is required to reach the top of your industry, or whatever it is that you are working on that might require a push at this time, so, my hope with this episode is that we can find the right balance to get to wherever it is we are going, in one piece, so that we can enjoy life when we get there, and have enough energy left so that we can continue moving forward and attain new goals, reaching new heights and achievement along the way. For returning guests, welcome back, and for those who are new here, I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator, with a passion for learning, understanding difficult concepts, and breaking them down so that we can all use and apply the most current research to improve our productivity and results in our schools, sports environments, and modern workplaces. On today's EPISODE #213, “The Neuroscience Behind Work Burnout” we are going to look at what's happening in the brain when we are under considerable workplace stress, so that we can recognize this often swept under the rug concept, and put some solutions into place immediately, to prevent the effects of this epidemic called burnout, with an understanding of what's happening at the brain level. “Using cutting-edge techniques, integrative research teams are demonstrating that burnout is not just a state of mind, but a condition that leaves its mark on the brain as well as the body. Just as the impact of burnout that stifles healthy professional growth, emerging research shows that the chronic psychosocial stress that characterizes burnout not only impairs people's personal and social functioning, it also can overwhelm their cognitive skills and neuroendocrine systems — eventually leading to distinctive changes in the anatomy and functioning of the brain.”[ii] Dr. Bessel van der Kolk[iii] (psychiatrist, author of the book The Body Keeps the Score[iv]) draws on more than thirty years at the forefront of research and clinical practice, to show the characteristics of the brain of someone who has experienced trauma and research now shows these characteristics are showing up in the brains of employees who are chronically burnt out. What to look for: Fear-Driven Brain: People who have experienced trauma (or are under chronic stress) will have a brain with enhanced threat perception (or see danger where others see things can be manageable). (Van der Kolk) THINK ABOUT THIS… If you are under chronic stress, do you see threat or danger often? For example—do you think others are out to get you? This could be that your threat perception has been enhanced from chronic stress and a signal for you to slow down. Unusual Outbursts or Increased Moodiness: Burnout Enlarges Our Amygdala (our emotional center in the brain) and can increase moodiness. (Vanessa Van Edwards). THINK ABOUT THIS… If you notice someone around you is unusually moody, it might be their brain's reaction to their increased stress. Instead of snapping back at them, see if you can help them to find ways to decrease their stress levels. When we work with our brain in mind, we can find solutions to problems, instead of jumping to conclusions or assumptions (which is easy to do). Inability to Think: Burnout reduces the neural connections in the brain, causing decreased creativity, working memory and problem solving skills. (Vanessa Van Edwards). THINK ABOUT THIS… While under stress, do you find it difficult to think? I relate to this one the most because I cannot write these podcast episodes unless the house is quiet. In order for thinking, creativity, problem solving and memory consolidation to occur, our brain must be working optimally. I know we have said it often on this podcast—“when our brain works right, we work right” (Dr. Daniel Amen) and if you can't think, this is a red flag that something needs to change. All of this seems common sense, but just because we know something, it doesn't mean it's common practice. How many of you have noticed these stress related situations, and pushed through, ignoring all of the stressors that face us daily. Most of us… But did you know that The World Health Organization added burnout to the International Classification of Diseases Index in 2019. It defines burnout as “resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed”[v] and in our last interview with Dr. Sharon Grossman[vi] this week, being able to recognize when we are feeling stressed, is the first step towards being able to better manage ourselves, before it becomes chronic, impacting our brain and cognition. Christina Maslach, a professor emerita of psychology at University of California Berkeley developed a way to measure burnout with an inventory[vii] that can predict burnout before it occurs and two of her inventory items we spoke about on our last episode. Control: Do workers have enough autonomy (like the example we used with the employee with no control over their schedule). How does control work in your organization? Do employees ever get double booked on calls, (adding stress and pressure to their day) or do they have the ability to set boundaries for what they can and cannot do in the day (making their schedule manageable)? Reward: Does the company recognize when employees go above and beyond with recognition, and rewards that motivate employees to work harder, and put in that extra effort? Do they reward hard working employees outside of their working hours? If not, employees will eventually tire of this hard work, without any reward, and engagement will decrease. Both of these situations can lead to an employee disengaging from their work. The first example, the worker becomes over-engaged and without the needed breaks, their cognition will be affected, and eventually their health, (which I watched happen to someone I know this week, while writing this episode and thinking “that person is showing the classic signs of burn out” and sure enough, they did, before the week ended and they were forced to slow down) or the second example, will lead to under-engagement, without a challenging, stimulating environment, leading the employee to check out mentally from their work which means their health will also be at risk, in addition to their productivity. What Should We All Know About Work Burnout? “It is estimated that 40% of office workers in the United States and Canada are burnt-out and this statistic is even higher in industries like medicine and athletics which have 50% and 60% burnout rates respectively.”[viii] This is exactly what we heard from Dr. Sharon Grossman who works mostly with doctors and high level CEOs, not to mention even the highly successful journalist, Arianna Huffington who learned the hard way that ignoring these red flags connected to our wellness will not allow any of to escape unscathed as she “collapsed from exhaustion, hit her head on her desk, and broke her cheekbone”[ix] when she ignored these signs. For this week's Brain Fact Friday, I didn't want to paint the picture that there is something wrong with hard work. I watch hard workers excel all the time, and they amaze me with their ability to perform at high levels, consistently, without complaining, just quietly working and hitting goal after goal, moving them forward one step at a time, with the tenacity that comes from a mix of their vision, and being dedicated to their craft. I just want to highlight that in this quest for whatever it is we are working on, if we notice something in off where we are either overly engaged, or under engaged with our work, that ignoring these signs won't get us anywhere. Putting our brain health and well-being first, which is the theme of our podcast this season, REMEMBER FOR THIS WEEK'S BRAIN FACT FRIDAY: “That the brains of people who are chronically burnt-out show similar damage as people who have experienced trauma”[x] and that “burnout reduces the connectivity between different parts of the brain which can lead to decreased creativity, working memory, and problem solving skills” (Vanessa Van Edwards) and if we want to be at our best, increase our creativity, solve problems and have a stellar memory, then it all begins with optimizing our brain by managing our levels of stress. And with that, I hope everyone has a relaxing weekend, and we will see you next week with Dr. Marie Gervais[xi], who specializes in the future of work, workplace communication and productivity, as well as the well known Chey and Pav[xii], my good friends from Toronto from the @staffpodcast. Our interview with Harvard's Dr. Baland Jalal[xiii] on the bizarre lessons we can learn from our dream world will be coming at the end of the following week, as he is traveling, but this interview is one that you won't want to miss. It's going to be an exciting month. Rest up, and See you next week. REFERENCES: [i]How to Fight Burnout and Get Unstuck by Vanessa Van Edwards https://www.scienceofpeople.com/burnout/#:~:text=The%20brains%20of%20people%20who,memory%20and%20problem%20solving%20skills. [ii] Burnout and the Brain January 29, 2016 by Alexandra Michel https://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/burnout-and-the-brain [iii] https://www.besselvanderkolk.com/ [iv] The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk https://www.besselvanderkolk.com/resources/the-body-keeps-the-score [v] Experiencing Job Burnout by Orlando Mayorquin May 2, 2022 https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/health-wellness/2022/05/02/what-is-job-burnout-stress/7411686001/ [vi] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #212 with Dr. Sharon Grossman https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/the-burnout-doc-sharon-grossman-phd-on-a-research-based-approach-to-preventing-work-burnout-from-the-inside-out/ [vii] Factor structure of the Maslach Burnout Inventory: An analysis of data from large scale cross-sectional surveys of nurses from eight countries Published 2009, April 10 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2700194/ [viii] How to Fight Burnout and Get Unstuck by Vanessa Van Edwards https://www.scienceofpeople.com/burnout/#:~:text=The%20brains%20of%20people%20who,memory%20and%20problem%20solving%20skills. [ix] Arianna Huffington: What You Need to Know to Prevent Burnout By Brit Morse, INC. https://www.inc.com/brit-morse/arianna-huffington-wellbeing-stress-burnout.html [x]How to Fight Burnout and Get Unstuck by Vanessa Van Edwards https://www.scienceofpeople.com/burnout/#:~:text=The%20brains%20of%20people%20who,memory%20and%20problem%20solving%20skills. [xi] https://shiftworkplace.com/the-spirit-of-work/ [xii] www.cheyandpav.com [xiii] Dr. Baland Jalal https://psychology.fas.harvard.edu/people/baland-jalal
082: What's the Deal With CALORIE RESTRICTION; Is it good, bad or otherwise?In this episode, Dr. Thomas will get into the science of the CALORIE and CALORIE RESTRICTION and how to benefit from it without the RISKS.He also will discuss the QUALITY of the FOOD and how to Optimize the Food and Nutrients in our diet so we don't fall victim of the Western curse of being OVERFED AND UNDERNOURISHED.**To GET more of Dr. Hemingway, BECOME an Inaugural member of his THRIVE Community where he will share additional content, do LIVE ZOOM sessions with you and have Q and A, Office Hours, and so much more! **SIGN UP for the THRIVE COMMUNITY here: https://thomashemingway.podia.com/thomas-hemingway-communityFor more on Dr. Hemingway and for his NEWLY RELEASED Health Optimization courses, please visit his website, https://www.modernmedicinemovement.comGo to the top right menu drop down and select NEW STRESS COURSE and get started!***CLICK HERE TO GET his NEW STRESS OPTIMIZATION COURSE! https://thomashemingway.podia.com/stress-course-12-12***You can also SIGN UP FOR HIS FREE WEEKLY health newsletter: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/619eb66f117f2e0a9bdc5993JUST SCROLL DOWN AND ENTER YOUR EMAIL ON THE WEBSITE FOR WEEKLY GOODNESS!***ALSO to get ACCESS to the AMAZING Event ALIGN AMBITION REPLAY, where Dr. Hemingway did a recent KEYNOTE on how to THRIVE not simply Survive in Life, Go to https://aligneventslive.com Learn more about Thomas Hemingway, MD and upcoming episodes, tips, tricks and more here: https://modernmedicinemovement.com on Instagram at @modermedicinemovement or @alohasurfdoc***Ask to join his FREE Private Facebook health Group with weekly LIVE educational sessions entitled:Modern Medicine Movement Health and Wellness Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2543880582493990/?ref=shareFREE NEWSLETTER SIGNUP HERE: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/619eb66f117f2e0a9bdc5993**Although Dr. Thomas Hemingway is a physician, he is NOT your physician and is NOT to replace your primary care physician/health care provider. This podcast is NOT to be construed as medical advice by Dr. Thomas Hemingway or the guests comments as they are opinion only and NOT medical advice. Please consult your physician/health care provider should you have any medical questions or before trying any new practice. IN THIS EPISODE, Dr. Hemingway will go deep on HOW to OPTIMIZE CALORIC RESTRICTION.References cited: BIGGEST LOSER ARTICLEhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27136388/PROTEIN INTAKE WITH CALORIE RESTRICTIONhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24092765/HUNTER GATHERER VS WESTERNER AND DAILY ENERGY EXPENDITUREhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3405064/
Welcome to Episode 98 of the Autism Parenting Secrets. This week we reflect on what we wish we knew at the start of our journey with our son. While everyone's path is unique and different, there are always starts & stops, rabbit holes, wrong turns, and lessons learned. There were many missed opportunities. Here's what we didn't do that would have made a huge, positive difference. In hindsight, we could have more fully embraced some key truths.The secret this week is…You're UNDERESTIMATING Five Things You'll Discover:The Biggest Thing You Might Be Underestimating (1:55)The Superpower You Already Have That You Can Leverage More (5:08)The First Phase You Can't Skip (9:14)Why The Standard Path Might NOT Be A Fit (14:47)The Cost You Don't Want To Bear (19:46)References in This Episode:Autism Parenting Secrets - Episode 38 - Your Child Understands EVERYTHINGAdditional Resources:Free Resource: 33 Mistakes Most Autism Parents Make and How To Avoid ThemGot a Picky Eater? - this can helpTo learn more about Cass & Len, visit us at www.autismparentingsecrets.comBe sure to follow Cass & Len on InstagramIf you enjoyed this episode, share it with your friends.Don't forget to subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts to get automatic episode updates for our "Autism Parenting Secrets!"And, finally, please take a minute to leave us an honest review and rating on Apple Podcasts. They really help us out when it comes to the ranking of the show and we read every single one of the reviews we get. Thanks for listening!
What would a war crimes trial of Russian officials look like in 2022? Linda Kinstler, contributing writer for The Economist's 1843 Magazine, joins the podcast for a rich discussion. Linda compares the many similarities and patterns between today's war crimes in Ukraine and the beginning steps of evidence collection with war crimes and war crimes trails following World War II and the Holocaust. She synthesizes the Russian experience of WWII with propaganda and its use of the word "Nazi" in justifying its invasion of Ukraine. Linda also answers our hosts' questions how war crimes are tried, what would have to happen to hold a trial with meaningful results, and why holding a trial itself would be impactful. References: http://www.lindakinstler.com/book (Come to this Court and Cry), by Linda Kinstler; https://global.oup.com/academic/product/soviet-judgment-at-nuremberg-9780199377930?cc=us&lang=en& (Soviet Judgement at Nuremberg), by Francine Hirsh
Tired of your doctor dismissing you? Is your doctor no longer willing to learn and try new things? If you're as frustrated with conventional medicine as I am, then this episode is a must listen to. Today, I'm sharing the top warning signs that it's time for a new doctor!You'll hear more about…8 not so obvious red flags that it's time for a new doctorActions you can take starting NOWListening to your gut And more!References in this episode:Eat Fat, Get Thin by Dr. Mark HymanOrder your own labs: https://www.ultalabtests.com/Find the right functional practitioner for you: www.ifm.orgConnect with me:Dr. Tabatha's Website: https://www.drtabatha.com/Dr. Tabatha's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrTabathaDr. Tabatha's IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegutsygynecologist/Dr. Tabatha's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheGutsyGynecologistJoin the private group, ReNew You Sisterhood to find out how to balance your life, your hormones, your mood, and your gut! In the group, we provide daily inspiration, tips, tools, and recipes to reclaim your health and feel amazing! Here's the link: https://thegutsygynecologist.clickfunnels.com/optin1642182575561Get BiomeLift now at https://store.gutsygyn.com/Remember- Your gut health determines your gyn health!
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With the prevalence of Leaf Roll Three, Red Blotch, and other viruses, accurate and timely detection of viruses in grapevines has never been more imperative. Alan Wei, Owner and Lab Manager at Agri-Analysis LLC in Davis California explains how his lab is using next generation sequencing (NGS) to find new viruses. Currently, polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is the widely accepted method for testing for viruses. This process tests for one gene at time. Next generation sequencing allows labs to test multiple genes at a time and get results much faster. References: 20: Dr. Mark Fuchs | Red Blotch Virus in Grapevines 49: Stopping the Spread of Red Leaf Viruses 71: New Techniques to Detect Grapevine Leafroll Disease Agri-analysis LLC Donate: Juan Nevarez Memorial Scholarship Grape Program at Foundation Plant Services Leafroll 3 Virus (GLRaV3) AKA Grapevine Leafroll Disease in Washington Next Generation Sequencing (Deep Sequencing) PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) Testing Red Blotch Virus SIP Certified Sustainable Ag Expo November 14-16, 2022 Get More Subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode on the latest science and research with the Sustainable Winegrowing Podcast. Since 1994, Vineyard Team has been your resource for workshops and field demonstrations, research, and events dedicated to the stewardship of our natural resources. Learn more at www.vineyardteam.org. Transcript Craig Macmillan 0:00 My guest today is Alan Wei, who's owner and lab manager of Agri Analysis LLC in Davis, California. Alan, thanks for being on the show. Alan Wei 0:10 Thank you very much, Craig, for hosting me. And I'm very delighted to be here. And I want to use this opportunity to say hello to listeners as well. Craig Macmillan 0:19 So Alan, I want to have you on the show, because I want to talk about anything that's new and exciting in the world of grapevine virology, and a lot of research and a lot of development in industry with labs like your own. So, what's what's what's happening out there, what's going on with detection of viruses these days? Alan Wei 0:36 There is a International conference on grapevine viruses that's held every three years. So last time was 2018, in Chile. And the second, the following time was supposed to be 2021 in Greece, and unfortunately, that was canceled due to the obvious reasons, and then was supposed to be happening this year. And by the way, is not happening, and it's postponed until next year. So as a result, we have not, the researchers in this field have not been able to meet to report the latest grapevine viruses. Just to mention something that in the literature, for example, there are two or three new DNA viruses being discovered and reported. In fact, in grapevines, but their practical consequences are known. So we probably don't want to get in too much into them. Craig Macmillan 1:33 Maybe not, but I think this is an interesting thing because for instance, red blotch, caught everybody by surprise. And so how are these new...how are these these new viruses, how are they found, if you are looking forward, you're looking for other things, what kind of technology they're using to find this new stuff? Alan Wei 1:49 Typically, they're found by deep sequencing, also known as NGS Next Generation Sequencing. Researchers are always trying to look for the frontiers of why viruses virology by applying these methods and find this new viruses, but their practical impact needs to be validated, study to further be before we alarm growers. And red blotch was found a similar way. With the exception that the red blotch phenomena, and the disease was known to growers for years without the assay and the way the branch was first reported, or discovered through NGS that was, you know, the "wow" moment to growers. Yeah, we do now know what is causing this read leaf in my vineyard. Craig Macmillan 2:43 Tell me a little bit more about NGS, it sounds like this is gonna be an important technology for us, this deep sequencing. Alan Wei 2:48 Yeah, definitely. Deep sequencing is very widely used in the research community. And, when was that, in December meeting hosted by FFPS, they reported that NGS is going to be accepted by regulators like APHIS as a alternative way of testing materials coming from overseas. Which means shortened time and rapid, faster deployment of foreign important materials in in this country, or practically to growers hands. Yeah, the technology is definitely upcoming, and we're looking to possibly deploy it for routine use. We need to hear more feedback before we really do it. Craig Macmillan 3:41 This is obviously a very complicated technology, but like in a sense, can you explain what it is? Alan Wei 3:48 PCR is the way that accepted method in testing viruses or microbial in general. Compared to PCR, which tests one gene at a time, NGS would allow you to test multiple genes at a time. Because through the use of small, small redundant primers, which amplify many sometimes millions of hundreds of millions of fragments of the gene, which can parallelize sequenced with that data, and coupled with information, analysis, informatics, you can extract new new information from your sample, including new viruses, new bacteria. Craig Macmillan 4:38 So essentially, I've got a sample of plant material. And I run it through this NGS process, and it comes back and says, hey, there's genetic material in here that doesn't belong here. This is not grapevine, or hey, visit genetic material that's associated with some virus or something like that. And that's the flag that I get. And I get it from the whole picture. I'm not doing it like like you say gene by looking at for specific genes, I'm getting a kickback, I'm saying hey, there's there's a variety of things or whatever genes we weren't, wouldn't even thought to look for. Alan Wei 5:10 Exactly, exactly. You're right. And then that gene can be not not only you find genes and not belong to the grapevine, which we considered as, you know, the background gene, by further analysis of that, that special gene, you can assign them to, to pathogens, basically, different types of pathogens. Craig Macmillan 5:30 Gotcha. Yeah, that definitely speeds up the process a lot and makes it possible to catch things in finer net than we ever would have been able to do before. So that's pretty exciting. Alan Wei 5:38 Yes, def definitely. Craig Macmillan 5:40 Coming to red blotch, this is continues to be, you know, a very hot topic, obviously, it continues to be an issue in the field and continues to be an issue in other places. Is there anything new that we've learned regarding the Red Blotch Virus in any realm, anything about how it moves, its symptomology, new means of detection, anything like that? Alan Wei 6:08 I have a list of articles that just simply published during the past a couple of years, and researchers from you know, several major universities have really dived deep into the physiology, the virology, their impact on wine quality, in aspect of, of a rather large virus. They're really fascinating. From a practical standpoint, though, the progress has been less because what was reported to us few years ago remain the same, which which you know, very well. Which means rogueing, you know, rogueing your infected vines as aggressively as possible. Sourcing for clean materials as diligently as possible to prevent any viruses infecting material being planted. And once they do present in your vineyard take them out as quickly as possible. And also, although we know the Threecornered Alfalfa Hopper is the vector for red blotch. And folks don't recommend you spray against this particular insect because it is not a very efficient transmitter of the virus. Grapevine is not its preferred host. So those information were already known through talks by various speakers in the past. Craig Macmillan 7:33 We were talking about spread. And this is something that is absolutely puzzling to me, in years of field checking, I had never once seen this Threecornered Alfalfa Hopper. But I have talked to people who have. And they apparently are very reclusive, they will move away from you, the signs of the damage and very subtle, they do this little kind of girdling thing in the leaves. I just feel like there's just kind of be another vector. I mean, just I just feel to kind of be another vector. I mean, is there is there anything new in that world? I mean, we've identified the one but it seems kind of mysterious. And I'm thinking about the spread at the Russell Ranch, that finish and plant services ranch where we've not only identified it, but they were able to see that was spreading, attributed to the Threecornered Alfalfa Hopper, correct me? Alan Wei 8:19 I completely agree with you. Yeah, we don't see too many of our tree hoppers in the field. Yet spread in Russell Ranch has been phenomenal. It's more like, more exponential increase year after year, since 2018. So it is a mystery. If some of you, listeners, went to the seminar by UC Davis in early December, particularly the presentation by Professor Kent Daane, then the entomologists have been looking at a number of potential hosts. But unfortunately, they either have not been proven yet or, most of them were disproven to be a potential host. So we're still in that regard., virtually in the context of Russell Ranch, it is a complete mystery. You would think through the very aggressive management by FPS, you know, any presence over vectors were eliminated. And any source of vectors were eliminated. We have but yet they see this exponential growth in terms of infected vines, which, which stopped Russell Ranch from operation, basically. Craig Macmillan 9:40 Yeah, exactly. And I was actually looking at a table for one of your publications earlier today, and it looks like it went from zero to exponential like there was no nothing was detected for a couple of years or two. Then blammo! And I've been thinking about the same thing happening in other vineyards, I'm familiar with. And obviously just underlines how big of a threat red blotch is because we don't understand, you know, a lot, there's a lot we don't understand about it. So that means you got to sample. That you should rogue vines when you see them. But also you got to be sampling. Are there any is there anything new in the way of sampling protocols? Because I know that the distribution of the virus varies quite a bit between different parts of the plant different times of year and whatnot. So it's easy to miss it. What's the what's the best recommendation these days, if I wanted to test some lines, asymptomatic vines for red watch? Alan Wei 10:31 Yeah, we still recommend growers to sample cane materials, because in our analysis, you know, relative concentration in different parts of the vine, the cane materials has highest concentration of virus tighter level. And we also suggest growers to consider combine cuttings from different vines to make a what's called a composite sample. Therefore, they can you know, cost, testing costs can be reduced, and their testing budget can be maximized. And of course, you know, the testing objectives dictate how high your sample. Sometimes growers want to test the individual vines to really zoom in to which vine is exactly is infected, that you can only do that by testing individual vines. But the composite testing gave you the first level of screening. To see if you composite ten vines into one sample, and the entire sample would be positive. But if you want to zoom in which vine, but you're gonna want to use positive so that you can take it out, then you will do individual testing after the first round over the course screen, if you will. Craig Macmillan 11:44 Yeah, so the strategy would be basically like test the vineyard. And then if you find that something, then you drill down, and you can get it down to decide kind of what area where the individual vines are. That's a very, very smart technique. It's a really great idea. How sensitive are the detection techniques these days? So like, if I've got a if I have 10 vines out of 1000, and I sample and I sampled 10 vines, and I hit one of them, one of the infected ones, is that enough to show up in in the in the analysis? Alan Wei 12:15 Yeah, definitely. So if there's only one out of 10 cuttings is positive, and that means practically you're diluting the by 10 times, it is very much detectable. Craig Macmillan 12:27 Is there a lower detection limit? Alan Wei 12:28 Yeah, when there's a theoretical detection limit, and then there's a practical detection limit. If we do a back of the envelope calculation, a PCR method would allow you to detect one copy without the problem. But then of course, practically, there are other considerations such as whether you know, the one copy, you can sample that one copy into your PCR tube to begin with, because you know, if there's a one copy per microliter, and the way you want to use a two microliter in a PCR mix, you may or may not be able to transfer that one copy from a sample to the PCR tube to begin with. And even if you do, there may be potential inhibitors that present in grapevine material that could potentially influence your sensitivity as well. So there's a practical detection limit, and there's their theoretical detection limit issues. But overall, you know, we have found the red blotch detection to be not a problem, because typically the virus titer is high enough to be detected, even if you compounded multiple vines or cuttings into one sample. Craig Macmillan 13:33 That's good. That's very, very useful, very, very useful. I would love to move on to kind of other viruses because it's red blotch is not the only game in town these days. Leaf Roll complexes and Leaf Roll viruses, there's still a problem correct? Alan Wei 13:44 Especially Leaf Roll Three is very much that the top of our problems still and because you know the vaccine is very well known. It's very prevalent. Inoculum widespread to the percentage of vines tested positive for Leaf Roll Three that are coming through our lab is roughly about 15 percent. So Leaf Roll Three is very much prevalent. There have been some really nice talks, organized before the pandemic was by the Lodi growers group. There are some talks from including from South Africa. Recently from Red Blotch symposium where there's some presentations on Leaf Roll Three as well. So Leaf Roll Three is very much a serious problem. And growers need to be very vigilant against the Leaf Roll Three from from new planting materials to management of existing vineyards. Craig Macmillan 14:37 So let's say I've got a vineyard and I'm seeing some symptoms. I'm seeing some red leaves or I'm seeing some bronzing or I'm seeing something, and I've looked at the nutritional situation, I've ruled out either toxicity or deficiency. So I'm not thinking hey, you know, maybe this is a virus issue. Can you take samples of vines and just bring them to a lab and say, please help me? Can you tell me what this might be? I know we just talked about the deep sequencing. Is that, I'm not gonna say that technology. But like if I brought you some material and I said this has got a problem, how would you go about diagnosing it? Alan Wei 15:14 Oh, definitely. That's what we do every day. Most of our work is focused on helping growers find out what is possible cause of a programmatic vine in their vineyard. They will send in the samples, either individual vines or composite samples. We have a panel, what's called a combo panel that covers the 11 viruses, 11 major viruses. Leaf Roll Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, and two or three viruses, and of course, Red Blotch, and Fan Leaf, Pierce's. And then also Pinot Gris virus. That is the most frequently requested a panel. And by doing that panel, we typically find out if it's a virus issue. Craig Macmillan 15:58 That's very useful. It's very, very good to know. In relation to grapevine viruses, or just diseases overall, what is the one thing you would recommend to the listeners that they should keep in mind? Alan Wei 16:08 I think that you already touched on this earlier. You know, one thing is, if they see problems in the vineyard, they should consider the sample and test to validate whether they're viruses or not. And if they're considering to plant new materials, they should be very vigilant to to ask questions of the nurseries, and also do their own independent homework. And the you will be interviewing Dr. James Samp in another session. He can tell you more about how he go about sourcing for cleaning materials for his clients, which are very quality conscious. Craig Macmillan 16:47 Yeah, we're really looking forward to that conversation, Much like I was looking forward to this one. You know, this reminds me of something. You hear the word tighter a lot. And I don't think I fully understand what it means. I know that it's important and seems to be coming up a lot. Can you explain the concept and why it's important and what it means for us practically? Alan Wei 17:09 Yeah, I'm so glad you brought this topic up. You know, you and I have been serving on AVF committee, Grant Review Committee for a number of years. And last week, we had our review meeting for this year, and the subject came up. You know, we can talk about different aspects of Red Blotch impact in wine quality, wine physiology, you know, readily and so on and so forth. If we want to contribute one single factor of all of this different symptomology, it would be the virus tighter level. The virus tighter means the number of particles in the vine. If the vine is only infected with a smaller number of particles, its response to the virus is going to be different than the vines that are infected with larger or large number of particles. In our experience, the virus level in different vines can be very much different. I'm not talking about different by you know, 50 percent, or two or three fold. I'm talking about several orders of magnitude. There is a poster right behind me, which you cannot see. But we did a measurement of three infected vines. One, with clean, non effective. Another one is chosen for medium Red Leaf symptom. Another one, it's very heavily Red Leaf symptom. And virus level, the obviously the non infected vine was zero. And then the mediumly infected vine was about one or 200. And then heavily infected vine, was one hundred thousand in relative copy numbers. So this tells you that you know, this virus kinda level concentration level in the vine, really affect symptomology as well as the vine performance and the barrel quality and obviously, eventually, wine quality. If we read the scientific literature, lots of studies report Red Blotch positive, Red Blotch negative, they did not talk about the virus tighter level. That's why we were so glad to see last week one of the research proposes to study the virus tighter level on different aspects of vine physiology and berry quality. I just think it was so so so important because the virus tighter will make it make a huge difference. Craig Macmillan 19:39 So we may be moving from a world of infected or not, to not, to more sick, less sick. Alan Wei 19:47 Yes, absolutely right. That is actually how we protect ourselves against the human viruses as well. You know, our vaccine does not completely protect us from infection. But it does protect us from viruses being propagated in high numbers in our body. Therefore, our symptoms of the infection in the individual is much less. And the ability for that individual to infect others are much less. Simply because of the lower virus tighter level in an infected person and similarly is true in grapevines. Craig Macmillan 20:24 So plants and animals are obviously very different organisms and where an animal has an immune system plants do not, they do not have an immune defense system. Is that correct? Alan Wei 20:35 Yes, you're right, correct. But they do have basic defense system against foreign organisms. One of them is the RNAi system. So speaking of that, you know, the simple symptomology in response to Red Blotch, and most of it is a total response, as a result of virus infection. The RNAi defense system gets activated. For example, the accumulation of the sugar of the raisin should be gradually, in a normal process, will be gradually moving towards the berries. But in Red Blotch, in fact, in vines, they are accumulated in leaves. Not moving toward the sugars. And the same for anthocyanins. That's why we see this red leaf. And those red color should be you know, in the berries, but they're not. They get stuck together, accumulating in leaves. It's fascinating. Unfortunately, we are still at the beginning of understanding all of this. Some reports are gradually coming out. Craig Macmillan 21:40 And so I want to make sure that I understand kind of how this works. So there's a grapevine that becomes infected. However way. The virus is very, very tiny bits of genetic material. Unlike, unlike a bacteria, which has a cell wall. Viruses don't have that they're just genetic material. The plant recognizes that somehow. And then RNA is the material that is produced from genes, the genes or have a have a sequence and then when that is reproduced that goes out into the world as RNA. Is that right? Alan Wei 22:17 Yes, the RNA is inside the host. And in response to a virus infection. And the defense mechanism get activated, which involves what is called enzymes. These RNA into smaller pieces, typically 20 nucleotide long. And they are, they are the what's called the interference RNA, or RNAi which inhibit the host from propagation inside the plant. Craig Macmillan 22:48 This is just, we need to wrap up for time, but I just have been thinking about this for years. And that is, where do these viruses come from? Where, how do they, how do they show up? What are these plant viruses? What? Are they jumping from other plants as a mutation of one into another? Or...do we know? Do I have any idea where these things come from? Because it seems like it's not just a question of finding it. Seems it's got to come from someplace. Alan Wei 23:14 Yeah, that's that's a really good question. I you know, you have biology, you have a load viruses, and obviously, RNA. Some viruses are readier to evolve, to change, to mutate. And that's why we see so many different mutants in the COVID virus family. And this is Red Blotch, is a DNA base virus, which have shown less mutation. And so far, we only seen two mutants, two clay types. And they practically they don't have much difference. As far as the, you know, the origin and the evolution. We need to have folks like Mark Fuchs to answer that. Craig Macmillan 23:55 At Cornell. Well, that's fantastic. That's that's our future. That's where, that's where we're going. Well, I think we've covered everything. Where can people find out more about you? Alan Wei 24:03 We have a website, agri-analysis.com. And then they could call us or email us anytime. We're here to help growers to build a better and clean vineyard so that they can make the best wine possible for the for their clients. Yes, sorry, Craig for the background noise. I think folks who are preparing samples as we speak. Craig Macmillan 24:26 I want to thank you Alan, our guest today has been Alan Wei, Owner and Lab Manager at Agri-analysis, David California. Thanks so much. This is really fascinating conversation. Alan Wei 24:35 Thank you very much Craig for hosting me. Continue to the great job. I'm so glad you're back at the Vineyard Team. You guys. You guys are wonderful team and doing great job. I'm very pleased to be here. Craig Macmillan 24:44 Thank you. I appreciate that. Transcribed by https://otter.ai
Jung interpreted religious traditions from the viewpoint of their psychological significance. The allegorical tale of the Prodigal Son illustrates Jung's basic understanding of the structure and development of the psyche. The young prodigal epitomizes shadow qualities of ignorance, arrogance and impetuousness. His dissolute indulgences show lack of ego strength and land him in a pigsty. Repentant, he returns to his father's estate, hoping for servant work. Instead, his father celebrates his homecoming. The older brother is aghast at this joyful reception; he has been dutiful yet never so acclaimed. He is the embodiment of respectable persona and adaptation—yet his ego-oriented sense of self seems to have a less enlivened connection with the father. The father, symbolizing the transcendent Self, provides redemptive eros and safe haven. Each of us has a shadow, an ego that tends to believe it's our totality, and a transpersonal center that can welcome us home. Dream I am on the second platform of a four-tiered structure leading from a dock on the river to the top of a cliff. There are ladders and obstacles connecting each of the platforms. I am looking down at the water which is raging and ebbing with monstrous waves. The water is a beautiful color of indigo blue, vastly wide, and immensely deep. There are boats being tossed in the waves with the owners tethered to them by rope, desperately attempting to climb aboard but ultimately becoming swallowed by the crashing waves. I notice a small park ranger dinghy boat come out from a crack in the cliff face and set into the raging water in an apparent attempt to save the other boaters. The driver of the boat appears timid and frightened. I shout to a man next to me, "I used to have that job!" The boat is immediately capsized. I begin climbing up to the third platform and become paralyzed with fear as I climb the wooden pegs jutting out of the side of the cliff. I am aware that a slip would result in certain death. I realize that I have done this many times before and struggle before ultimately pulling myself up and over. A young Afghan boy comes after me effortlessly scaling this obstacle and the next, reaching the top of the cliff. I realize that I was holding up a line of people! I think of the capsized park ranger and determine that I must go save him. I look into the water from on high and see his body; curled in the fetal position; bobbing in the water. I am transported down and reach my hand in to gather him and perform CPR. I am confused to find that all I pull out of the water is a long-expired cartridge from a firework or rifle. I begin the climb up to the second tier and at the threshold there is a tangled web of rope that ensnares me. I am panicking when I hear little voices from below: "Wear it like a dress!" I ponder this for a second and then slip through the rope web as if putting a dress on, and am securely on the second platform. I look below and see a dozen young girls; aged about five years old; all wearing matching black and white dresses. I realize that I must help them up and demonstrate the climbing technique: “Pretend you are a pirate!" I shout to them and demonstrate in an animated way the technique. They begin to climb and I reach down; gathering them two at a time and pulling them to the second platform. References Holy Bible: New Revised Standard Version, Luke 15:11-32.
Are you a doctor, attorney, high level manager, CEO or business professional in a high stress environment? And did you know that according to a recent Gallup Poll that teaching, and nursing are tied for daily stress? Teaching can be a lonely profession when educators lack support, training and strategies for classroom management, leading to lack of job satisfaction, disintegrating health, depression, and teacher attrition. Whatever profession you are in, we can't escape the demands of everyday life, so on today's episode we will cover new strategies for overcoming work burnout before it takes a toll on our health, job satisfaction, productivity, and motivation. Today, on EPISODE #212, we will be speaking with Dr. Sharon Grossman, otherwise known as the Burnout Doc who will provide us with a fresh perspective of an age-old problem, with tools and strategies that she has used on many of her own clients, to take the steps to prevent work burnout BEFORE it occurs. Watch this episode on YouTube here https://youtu.be/kDjQCyffiCk On this episode you will learn: ✔︎ How we can recognize work burnout vs boredom or lack of challenge. ✔︎ Knowing how and when to set boundaries when the workload is too high. ✔︎ What to do the minute you feel "resentful" at work. ✔︎ What's at the root of work burnout. ✔︎ Tips for creating your ideal work environment. For returning guests, welcome back, and for those who are new here, I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator, with a passion for learning, understanding difficult concepts, and breaking them down so that we can all use and apply the most current research to improve our productivity and results in our schools, sports environments, and modern workplaces. Today we are going to look at work burn out from a different angle. We did launch the year with Nick Jonsson on EPISODE #188[i] on “Strategies for Overcoming Stress, Anxiety and Depression in the Workplace” and Mood and Stress Expert Erika Ferzst on EPISODE #198[ii] on “Using Your Brain to Prevent Workplace Burnout” but I saw something different with our next guest and here's why. Dr. Grossman sent me an email that went above and beyond ANY email I've ever received. She took a considerable amount of time not only create a VIDEO introduction to her work, but to let me know how the content on our podcast resonated with her and her work with stress management. She mentioned all of the ways that we would have a great conversation, as we dig deeper into our theme of Season 7 on “Brain Health and Well-Being.” I sometimes even forget myself what our theme is (even though I have a note on my computer monitor to remind me and keep me on track) but Dr. Grossman not only knew our theme, but how she could provide new insight and ideas into work burnout, with the brain in mind, and take our content to another level. What I didn't know after her incredible introduction that caught me off guard as I began to read her book, The 7E Solution to Burnout[iii] is I realized that Dr. Grossman is not much different from anyone else, EXCEPT for the fact that she experienced work burnout herself, and noticed that she was not going above and beyond for her clients, so she created a system that she used herself, in addition to now sharing it with others, to impact change to combat work burnout and she wants to share he system with all of us. I can't wait to dive deeper into some solutions for this issue that I'm sure many of you listening have faced in the past, if you aren't experiencing it to some extent today, with some ideas of how an understanding of our brain can help us to better manage our mind while under stress. Let's meet Dr. Grossman… Welcome, Dr. Sharon Grossman, thank you for such an engaging intro to your work that you sent over. You really did make a memorable impression. Way to set the bar high and create an immediate interest on a topic that I know you can see we've covered a few times on the podcast. INTRO Q: Dr. Grossman, can we begin with when you noticed some early signs of burn out when you stopped wanting to go above and beyond for your clients. When you said this, I can look back to times when I lost the zest for what I was doing, and didn't recognize this as work burnout. Can you explain what happened, how you knew it burnout, and where this all began for you? Q1: Dr. Grossman, what I love is that your strategies are solutions that work from the inside out, without anyone having to change their environment. This is how I think long-term change can occur because even the most stressful work environments can be turned around with your 7E Solution. Can we take a common workplace scenario that causes most people to become overwhelmed, and you walk us through your 7E Solution so we can figure out how to apply your method to combat stress? SITUATION: It's 8pm at night, and you are still working. Your work day began at 7:30am with calls,(of course after dropping the kids off at school) and your calls go straight through until 5:30pm. You need to finish a report that you will present to the entire company in the morning, so instead of throwing it together in the morning, you are working on it late at night and feeling resentful that your work day seems to never end. What would you say to someone who's work day looks like this every day? How can such a stressful day be turned around to be more manageable? Q2: How can we become more stress-hardy and gain more control over too many demand/not enough time to complete them, especially as a perfectionist who wants to complete everything perfectly and on time? Q3: What is at the root of this problem? Why does the traditional definition of success leave many of us burned out? Q4: What are ways that we can train our mind to work for us, rather than against us? Q5: Is there anything important that I haven't asked you about? Thank you very much Dr. Grossman for your time today on the podcast. For people who want to learn more about you, you are offering a FREE "Dial Back Your Stress" Breakthrough Session http://www.bookachatwithsharon.com/ Thank you for this offer and for all of your tips today. FOLLOW DR. SHARON GROSSMAN Podcast https://drsharongrossman.com/podcast/optimizeyourlife/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharongrossman/ Website https://drsharongrossman.com/ Free Burnout Checklist https://drsharongrossman.com/burnoutchecklist/ BIO: Dr. Sharon Grossman You know how high achievers struggle with constant stress and end up working to the point of exhaustion? Imagine if you could continue doing the work you love, create a life you're wild about outside of work, and have time for that life. What Sharon Grossman, the Burnout Doc, does better than others in her industry with her 20 years of experience as a psychologist, is she gives you a roadmap for managing stress, anxiety, and overwhelm. In just 90 days she helps you go from friend and frazzled to energized and exhilarated. REFERENCES: [i]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #192 with Nick Jonsson on “Strategies for Overcoming Stress, Anxiety and Depression in the Workplace” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/nick-jonsson-on-strategies-to-overcome-isolation-stress-anxiety-and-depression-in-the-workplace/ [ii] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #198 with Erika Ferszt on “using Your Brain to Prevent Workplace Burnout” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/mood-and-stress-expert-erika-ferszt-on-using-your-brain-to-prevent-workplace-burnout/ [iii] The 7E Solution to Burnout by Dr. Sharon Grossman https://coachingbysharon.teachable.com/p/7e-solution-burnout/?preview=logged_out
Batching is simply the act of grouping tasks together, so you do them all at once, instead of switching between tasks that take place in areas.For a full transcript of this episode please go to the official website https://www.filmproproductivity.com/ You can find out more about the show on these links.OFFICIAL WEBSITE: https://www.filmproproductivity.com/TWITTER: @filmproprodpodFACEBOOK: @filmproproductivityCONTACT: https://www.filmproproductivity.com/contactINDIE FILM HUSTLE: https://indiefilmhustle.com/ifh-podcast-network-filmmaking-and-screenwriting/QUOTES:“If you love life, don't waste time, for time is what life is made up of.” Bruce Lee"Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort." Paul J. Meyer "If you want your life to have an impact, focus it! Stop dabbling. Stop trying to do it all. Do less. Prune away even good activities and do only that which matters most. Never confuse activity with productivity. You can be busy without a purpose, but what's the point?" Rick Warren SPONSORThis episode is sponsored by Petra Kolb.References:https://www.pyragraph.com/2013/05/good-fast-cheap-you-can-only-pick-two/Thanks:A HimitsuMusic By: Music by A HimitsuTrack: Adventures by A Himitsu https://www.soundcloud.com/a-himitsuCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...Music released by Argofox https://www.youtu.be/8BXNwnxaVQEMusic provided by Audio Library https://www.youtu.be/MkNeIUgNPQ8Contact the artist: firstname.lastname@example.org://www.facebook.com/ahimitsuhttps://www.twitter.com/ahimitsu1https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgFwu-j5-xNJml2FtTrrB3A
John Maxwell says, “What we appreciate appreciates, and what we depreciate depreciates.” That's why this week we're talking about one of the most important components of leadership––gratitude. Gratitude helps leaders by eliminating self-sabotaging traits and providing a greater perspective. After John's lesson, Mark Cole and Traci Morrow come back to offer some application and share how they are applying John's teaching to their own lives and leadership. Our BONUS resource for this episode is the “Leading with Gratitude Worksheet,” which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John's teaching. You can download the worksheet by visiting MaxwellPodcast.com/Gratitude and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.” References: Watch this episode on YouTube The 360° Leader by John C. Maxwell (Use code PODCAST at checkout for 15% off this week only) CLEAR powered by Maxwell Leadership The Maxwell Leadership Online Store
Last week, explosions were reported in Transnistria, raising concerns for Moldovan and Black Sea security. Giselle, Dalibor, and Iulia discuss Moldova and its geo-strategic role in Eastern Europe. Iulia gives a brief history of Moldova and its ties since the Soviet Union, in order to help us understand why Putin might want to invade. Our hosts dive into an assessment of what will happen if there is an invasion, if the US can and would help, and what it means that Moldova isn't a part of NATO. References: https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/is-putin-about-to-invade-moldova- (Is Putin about to Invade Moldova?) by Dalibor Rohac; https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/russia-is-already-paving-the-way-for-a-takeover-of-moldova-hl9zg3v7b (Russia ‘is already paving the way for a takeover of Moldova)' by Larissa Brown; https://www.americanpurpose.com/articles/vulnerable-moldova/ (Vulnerable Moldova) by Iulia Joja and Nicu Popescu
CN: Cultural genocide, extremist governments, authoritarianism, racism, LGBT phobia, dystopia, Fascism This bi-week: Things get dark. The UK Goverment has pushed through four bills that really change how the UK works, and not in a good way. Also the US is having a dark turn also. Researcher, writer and academic Brynn Tannehill talks to us about the alarming future the states face. This episode is a rough one. References: https://www.whatthetrans.com/ep73/ https://linktr.ee/whatthetrans
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Helima Croft, a managing director and the Head of Global Commodity Strategy and Middle East and North Africa Research at RBC Capital Markets. Croft talks about how the oil market has responded to historical events in the past and how current events have been influencing the oil market today. Croft and Raimi's conversation ranges from Russia to Europe to China to Saudi Arabia to Texas and beyond. They discuss how the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Ukraine, and the US government have responded to recent high oil prices; the implications of sanctions on Russian oil and gas; and how the perception of Russian sanctions may vary across the international energy sector. References and recommendations: “The World for Sale: Money, Power, and the Traders Who Barter the Earth's Resources” by Javier Blas and Jack Farchy; https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-world-for-sale-9780190078959 “Syriana” the movie; https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0365737/ “Crude Volatility: The History and the Future of Boom-Bust Oil Prices” by Robert McNally; http://cup.columbia.edu/book/crude-volatility/9780231178143
Everything is changing and innovating at breakneck speeds. And today we have a seasoned entrepreneur and world adventurer who shares his wild stories and where he sees technology and society going. Rich Robinson is on the show today and he is beyond passionate about Web3 and where gaming is going. He is the Entrepreneur In Residence for Animoca Brands, the unicorn blockchain technology and investment company worth over $5 billion. Rich breaks down his experience before Web3 and how he's blown away everyday with the innovations of this space. Learn how he navigates this space as an entrepreneur, strategic advisor, and leader of the biggest company in this space. We'd love to hear your thoughts about this one over in the community Discord. Join us for free at www.HustleAndFlowchart.com/discord! Some Topics We Discussed With Rich Robinson Include: Wild adventures in traveling the world How China is the biggest story of our lives with technology The high highs and low lows of entrepreneurship (it's a sick disease!) What the new wave of entrepreneurs getting into blockchain should be aware of Rich's story of joining Animoca and the wild ride he's been on since Animoca's vision of creating an open metaverse where there is ownership throughout The big picture of Web3 gaming, how it's begun and where it's going (quick!) How tokenization is going to change everything for businesses and give ownership to many What Animoca looks for when they invest in companies and games How tough it is to run an in-game economy and how it relates to the real world What's coming up with Animoca Brands And much more! References and Links Mentioned: Rich on LinkedIn Animoca Brands ----------------------------------- Subscribe To The Hard Fork Gaming Channel Join the Discord Community Matt on Twitter | Joe on Twitter Hard Fork Gaming on Twitter ----------------------------------- Justin Kan - Selling Twitch For $970m And Starting A Web 3 Gaming Company Peter Ing - The Massive Business of Play-To-Earn Guilds Subscribe & Review To The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Hustle & Flowchart Podcast! If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing entrepreneurs just like you!
Kalid and Joe take on the gnarly creatures (the Hypnotist, the Echo and the Brute) from Peacock's recent Crypt TV adaptation, Girl in the Woods! Joining the discussion is Felicia Ho who worked as a writer on the show and has also contributed to several other film and television projects from Amazon Studios, HBO Max and Netflix! *Thank you to Jim Hall for the music! Check out more of his music here, and if you like what you hear, please consider donating to support his work here! *Thank you to Jim Tandberg/Grant Hasbrouck for the Frankenstein's Podcast artwork! Featured Guest: Aside from her work with Girl in the Woods, Felicia has served as a writer for HBO Max's animated Gremlins series, Secrets of the Mogwai, Netflix's Kung Fu Panda series, and has a few upcoming projects with Amazon Studios. You can find and follow her on Twitter @feliciasho. References: How the Creatures of Crypt TV's The Girl in the Woods Were Designed - Comingsoon.net Big Bud Press Abbot Elementary Mubi
Thank you to Ana Luisa for partnering with our podcast! Don't forget to check out https://shop.analuisa.com/spookytuesday to take advantage of their Buy One, Get One 40% Off sale with pieces starting at just $39.May (2002) is a Frankenstein monster of a movie made out of bits and pieces picked out just for us. Set right down the street from Monica's place with an aggressive lesbian for Chelsea and some blood play for Sydney, it really seems like Lucky McKee's indie flick was tailored exactly to Spooky Tuesday's tastes — well, almost. Starring Angela Bettis, Jeremy Sisto, and Anna Faris, this horror has an ending that could make us forgive pretty much any other misstep. After all, Polly's grandma says it's the imperfections that make things special.References: https://diaboliquemagazine.com/eyes-that-bind-on-the-pain-of-seeing-in-lucky-mckees-may-2002/https://www.joblo.com/best-horror-movie-you-never-saw-may-2002/https://www.hearusscream.com/editorials/ho5ogoxfgryo2q7wdvux8jzkbienb3 http://legacy.aintitcool.com/node/14366http://legacy.aintitcool.com/node/14103
When Buddha was accused of sexual relations with a young, beautiful woman named Sundari, and his followers were accused of murdering her, Buddha remained unphased. Buddha merely used it as an opportunity to teach about karma. If only we could remain so calm amidst the storms of life! In this episode, we learn about a practice to help us let go of anger taught by Thich Nhat Hanh. This meditation involves a mindfulness of anger: breathing in, I recognize my own anger; breathing out, I smile at my anger. The Story of Sundari the Wandering Female Ascetic While residing at the Jetavana monastery, the Buddha uttered Verse (306) of this book, with reference to Sundari, a wandering female ascetic. As the number of people revering the Buddha increased, the non-Buddhist ascetics found that the number of their following was dwindling. Therefore, they became very jealous of the Buddha; they were also afraid that things would get worse if they did not do something to damage the reputation of the Buddha. So, they sent for Sundari and said to her, "Sundari, you are a very beautiful and clever young lady. We want you to put Samana Gotama to shame, by making it appear to others that you are having sexual dealings with him. By so doing, his image will be impaired, his following will decrease and many would come to us. Make the best use of your looks and be crafty." Sundari understood what was expected of her. Thus, late in the evening, she went in the direction of the Jetavana monastery. When she was asked where she was going, she answered, "I am going to visit Samana Gotama; I live with him in the Perfumed Chamber of the Jetavana monastery." After saying this, she proceeded to the place of the non-Buddhist ascetics. Early in the morning the next day, she returned home, if anyone asked her from where she had come she would reply, "I have come from the Perfumed Chamber after staying the night with Samana Gotama." She carried on like this for two more days. At the end of three days, those ascetics hired some drunkards to kill Sundari and put her body in a rubbish heap near the Jetavana monastery. The next day, the ascetics spread the news about the disappearance of Paribbajika Sundari. They went to the king to report the matter and their suspicion. The king gave them permission to search where they wished. Finding the body near the Jetavana monastery, they carried it to the palace. Then they said to the king, "O king, the followers of Gotama have killed this Paribbajika and have thrown away her body in the rubbish heap near the Jetavana monastery to cover up the misdeed of their teacher." To them the king replied, "In that case, you may go round the town and proclaim the fact." So they went round the town carrying the dead body of Sundari, shouting, "Look! What the followers of Gotama have done; see how they have tried to cover up the misdeed of Gotama!" The procession then returned to the palace. The bhikkhus living in the Jetavana monastery told the Buddha what those ascetics were (doing to damage his reputation and impair his image. But the Buddha only said, "My sons, you just tell them this," and then spoke in verse as follows: Verse 306: One who tells lies (about others) goes to niraya; one who has done evil and says "I did not do it" also goes to niraya. Both of them being evil-doers, suffer alike (in niraya) in their next existence. The king next ordered his men to further investigate the murder of Sundari. On investigation, they found out that Sundari had died at the hands of some drunkards. So they were brought to the king. When questioned, the drunkards disclosed that they were hired by the ascetics to kill Sundari and put her body near the Jetavana monastery. References and Links Buddha.The Dhammapada. Translated by Gil Fronsdale. (Kindle). Shambala, Boston and London, 2011, pp. 77 (Link) Buddha (1986).The Dhammapada: Verses and Stories. Translated by Daw Mya Tin, M.A. (Website). Edited by Editorial Committee, Burma Tipitaka Association Rangoon. Courtesy .of Nibbana.com. For free distribution only, as a gift of dhamma. https://www.tipitaka.net/tipitaka/dhp/verseload.php?verse=305 Hahn, T.N. Taking care of anger. (YouTube). https://youtu.be/9OvLOna5_1A
How much of D5W vs. isotonic saline contributes to intravascular volume? How do you distinguish between oncotic pressure and tonicity? What balanced solutions do you reach for? What is the data behind using colloids like albumin as an intravascular expander? How much do pRBCs stay in the plasma? Show notes, Transcript and References: https://www.coreimpodcast.com/2022/04/27/fluids-colloids-5-pearls-segment/Get CME-MOC credit with ACP: https://www.acponline.org/cme-moc/cme/internal-medicine-podcasts/core-im Time stamps:02:14 Intro04:26 Pearl 111:08 Pearl 220:43 Pearl 331:06 Pearl 435:06 Pearl 5Tags: IM Core, CoreIM, fluids, hypertonic, volume, crystalloid, tonicity, blood, nephrology, hospital medicine