In this episode of Veggie Doctor Radio, we hear the incredible journey that Chef Bai has had with healing severe endometriosis, and subsequently using her experience and knowledge to help and empower others. Ad-free episode: https://plantscription.substack.com/subscribe Thank you TriMed EHR for sponsoring this episode! Request a demo today: https://landing.trimedtech.com/requestdemo Disclaimer: The information on this blog, website and podcast is for informational purposes only. It is not meant to replace careful evaluation and treatment. If you have concerns about your or your child's eating, nutrition or growth, consult a doctor. CHEF BAI https://chefbai.kitchen/ https://instagram.com/chef_bai/ The Plant Remedy podcast Mentions: Chef Bai's instant chai dry mix recipe: https://chefbai.kitchen/blog/instantchaidrymix Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!: A Delicious Guide to Plant-Based Cooking for Better Health and a Better World by Chef Bai: https://amazon.com/Cook-Heal-Vegan-Delicious-Plant-Based/dp/1645673065 Send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and topics Sign up for my newsletter doctoryami.com/signup MORE LISTENING OPTIONS Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/vdritunes Spotify: http://bit.ly/vdrspotify NEWSLETTER SIGN UP https://doctoryami.com/signup FIND ME AT Doctoryami.com Instagram.com/thedoctoryami Facebook.com/thedoctoryami Veggiefitkids.com * * * * MORE FROM ME Read - http://veggiefitkids.com/blog Listen: http://bit.ly/vdrpodcast Watch - http://bit.ly/vfkvideos TEDx Talk - http://bit.ly/DOCTORYAMITEDX * * * * Questions? Email me: Yami@doctoryami.com
Tonight's Guest WeatherBrain works for OU as a Research Associate at the Cooperative Institute for Severe and High-Impact Weather Research and Operations. His primary role is connecting research to the needs of Emergency Management personnel. He also volunteers with McClain County, Oklahoma EMA. David Hogg, welcome! Also joining us on tonight's episode is special guest and Kansas native Andrea Burns. She's an Extension Agent for K-State Research and Extension. Her background is in Agriculture and Natural Resources and she regularly works with local farmers and those in horticulture. Thanks for joining us. Last but certainly not least, joining us is a meteorologist at Kansas State University. He runs the Kansas Mesonet and works in the State Climate Office. He also works in predictive services for the Kansas Forest Service. He was born and raised in Ohio. Chip Redmond, welcome!
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The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
Hello, friends! I hope you are all doing well. Special shout out to the moms out there this week! In this episode, I two awesome listener questions. Our first question comes from a listener who has been enjoying the podcast and requests an episode focused on "daddy issues." They express curiosity about the causes and potential solutions surrounding this concept. In response to this inquiry, we will delve into the complexities of "daddy issues," examining various contributing factors and discussing potential strategies for healing and personal development. Moving on to our second question, a long-time listener writes in for the first time, sharing their ongoing struggle with severe social anxiety. They describe how their anxiety often leads to dissociation during conversations, causing them to make impulsive decisions to end interactions prematurely. Despite trying conventional treatments such as CBT, exposure therapy, medication, and group therapy, the listener feels disheartened by the lack of progress and wonders if there are other options available. We'll explore alternative approaches and offer insights on how to navigate social anxiety in a more empowering way. As always, you can send me questions to email@example.com and find the show notes for this episode at http://duffthepsych.com/episode350 ----- Today's episode is brought to you by Mindbloom, the leader in at-home ketamine therapy for depression and anxiety. You can get $100 off your first treatment at http://mindbloom.com/duff with the code "duff".
Discover the remarkable story of Diann Uustal, a 76-year-old multiple world record holder in masters swimming, as she shares her inspiring journey as she heads into major back and neck surgery this very week. Diann is a member of the Sarasota Sharks Masters Team and from breaking records in challenging events to swimming through constant pain, Diann's unwavering mindset and faith will leave you in awe. Hear her discuss her training schedule, overcoming obstacles, and setting new goals, including her determined comeback at age 80 after recovery from surgery. This brief but powerful interview will ignite your own resilience and leave you inspired to chase your dreams. Tune in to this must-listen episode and witness this champion's spirit firsthand. Support the showThank you for listening to Champion's Mojo! If you enjoy the show, we'd be so grateful if you'd leave us a review on Apple.
A United Nations report shows around 258 million people around the world are facing severe food insecurity. The report shows these food shortages are primarily due to conflicts, climate change, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine. Oxfam Australia has called on the Australian government to boost its foreign aid contribution to address the growing need.
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Severe storms could sweep through Dallas-Fort Worth; Paper license plates would be eliminated by this bill that just passed the Texas House; Protesters ejected from Texas House as vote delayed on transgender youth care bill; Rental community will break new ground in the Cedars south of downtown Dallas
The state Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority board has approved the final version of Louisiana's latest Coastal Master Plan. It's a massive 50-year, $50 billion plan meant to protect the state's eroding coastline. WWNO coastal desk reporter Halle Parker tells us more. A new climate study published in the Science Advances journal has found that more severe hurricanes are likely to travel closer to the Gulf Coast in the coming years. According to the study, this is largely due to the warming of tropical waters, which can trigger changes in the wind that push stronger storms toward the Southeast. Karthik Balaguru, a climate scientist from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, tells us more about this study and what sets it apart from other research into hurricane frequency. New Orleans was recently awarded a federal grant to help make residents aware of the availability of free broadband internet for those who can't afford it. This new outreach campaign is part of the Affordable Connectivity Program, which comes to the Crescent City roughly a year after the demise of the “smart city” plan. Kimberly LaGrue, chief information officer for the City of New Orleans, joins us for more on the importance of increased access to broadband and how this program will offer federal subsidies for high-speed internet in low-income households. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Adam Vos. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman and Aubry Procell. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Severe weather warnings are in place for parts of the North Island and the west of the South Island this morning. Buller is following events closely, after being walloped by wild weather twice over the past couple of years. Buller Mayor Jamie Cleine says the district is taking no chances this time. He joins us now.
Jesse is solo this week, so what does he do? Plays a game of AL Central Starting Pitcher Sudoku. 5 teams in the division, 3 pitchers per team. Pick your pitchers: 7 major league rotation, 5 high minors (AAA/AA), and 3 low minors (A+/A). Given those rules, who would you choose?Subscribe to Dynasty Sports Life for great dynasty talk about four dynasty sports.Follow on twitter at @dynsportslife. Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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As climate change brings more severe storms, L.A. must rethink its pavement to avoid floods. Then, a local college teaches drone skills for commercial use to launch student careers in the industry. Also, Yosemite re-opens, but flood danger hasn't gone away. San Bernardino County says they're prepared for snow melt capture. The city nature challenge returns for an exploration of the Whittier Narrows. FEMA helps San Bernardino residents apply for assistance after winter storms. Explore JPL returns to showcase space science for the public. Rivers in Southern California strengthened by snow melt, forest officials advise caution. USC Sea Grant is researching microplastics. Tracking ocean salinity helps fight climate change. Support The L.A. Report by donating now at LAist.com/joinSupport the show: https://laist.com
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Chief Patriarch and Pastor Michael Foster returns to The Patriarch Convention (2022) stage at 21 Summit in Orlando Florida. This is a speech for men on healing from severe trauma. In the presentation Michael recounts the trauma of losing both his brother and one of his own daughters. Learn more from Michael at https://itsgoodtobeaman.com Order a copy of his new book on Amazon here https://amzn.to/3JvMDVj Get 21 University https://21studios.com/mobile/ Newsletter: https://21studios.com Support the channel https://21studios.com/donate/ Live events https://21studios.com/21-summit/ Exclusive videos https://21university.com More exclusive content https://21studios.locals.com Merch https://www.the21store.com Podcast https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRedManGroup Make Women Great Again https://22convention.com
More red light cameras tracking rule-breaking drivers. Where the newest camera has been installed and how soon citations will begin. Severe flooding is in the forecast in the Midwest as unseasonably warm temperatures melt record snowfall. We have the latest on the severe weather situation. Are we going to see more socked-in weather? We've seen a lot of rain the last couple days. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Historic flooding continues in the Midwest as the South bares for severe storms and tornadoes. Also, Florida governor, Ron DeSantis, is expected to announce his presidential run amid his feud with Disney. Plus, Montana lawmakers ban the state's first transgender legislator from the house floor. And, President Biden hosts a state dinner at the White House for South Korea's President.
New rules are being proposed where SEVERE punishments would be handed down for SEC teams who tear down the goal posts. Connor asks who this rule is really designed to protect.
Severe weather in the Midwest and South is causing major flood threats with potential tornadoes. Also, Brian Cheung discusses the final days of Bed Bath & Beyond with tips for its closing sales. Plus, shining a spotlight on a Wisconsin couple who are spreading awareness on organ donation. And, Jenna Bush Hager stops by to give helpful advice to high school seniors on how to make the most out of college.
Severe weather in the Midwest and South is causing major flood threats with potential tornadoes. Also, Brian Cheung discusses the final days of Bed Bath & Beyond with tips for its closing sales. Plus, Sheinelle, Al, Craig and Dylan highlight the legacy of Harry Belafonte. And, Dr. Cedrek McFadden reviews important screenings you should get throughout your life.
Severe weather in the Midwest and South is causing major flood threats with potential tornadoes. Also, the 2024 presidential race kicks off for candidates after Biden announces his reelection. Plus, Brian Cheung breaks down new concerns in the financial world. And, a potential legislation that would set a minimum age to use social media is proposed by bi-partisan lawmakers.
The NFL draft is almost here and Matt Cooper of Devy to Dynasty Film Room is here to help look at the QBs and TEs. For QB, we talk Bryce Young, CJ Stroud, Will Levis, Anthony Richardson, and Hendon Hooker. A deep TE class includes Dalton Kincaid, Matthew Mayer, Darnell Washington, Luke Musgrave, and Sam LaPorta.Subscribe to Dynasty Sports Life for great dynasty talk about four dynasty sports. I'm setting up a 4 sport league to draft this summer. We are full, but if you are interested in participating in such a league reach out.Follow on twitter at @dynsportslife. Email at email@example.com
4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT
In this episode, host Jeffrey Schmidt talks with Dr. Mark Mañago, who won this year's DD SIG CSM platform award year.. Dr. Mañago chats with us about his recent presentation at CSM entitled “Feasibility of Low-Load Resistance Training with Blood Flow Restriction for People with Severe Multiple Sclerosis”. While traditionally considered a musculoskeletal intervention, he discusses the benefits blood flow restriction (BFR) can bring to the world of neurologic diagnoses, especially for those with more severe weakness. We review the results of this pilot study, including the feasibility of this intervention in regards to adherence, patient outcomes, and patient satisfaction. Tune in to hear more about this emerging intervention. The Degenerative Diseases Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – www.neuroPT.org
Scoliosis Treatment with Dr. Tony Nalda
The truth of the matter is, scoliosis is an incurable condition because of the fact that we don't know what actually causes scoliosis, and therefore it can't ever be cured. However, scoliosis can be truly managed effectively using multiple forms of treatment, depending on which approach you're choosing to use. There are two main categories in treating scoliosis. Traditional Approach Scoliosis treatment using the traditional approach will depend mainly on the size of the curve. Mild – curve of 25 degrees or less. There is no treatment done. You just have to wait and see what happens, normally referred to as Watch and Wait. Moderate – more than 25 degrees but less than 40. General treatment would include a term called bracing. There are two types of bracing mainly: Boston brace is used full-time (day and night) Providence brace is used only at night Both types are not designed to reduce the curve to make the curve straighter or make the curve more functional but merely an attempt to slow the progression. Severe - 40 degrees and up. Invasive surgery is usually recommended. It is interesting to note that in the traditional approach, there is that 15 degrees window between mild, where nothing much is done to 40 degrees wherein surgery is usually what is recommended. Wouldn't it make sense to treat curves that are smaller more aggressively so that it wouldn't actually ever become a 40-degree curve? This is not typically done in the traditional approach. Functional or Natural Approach Consist of exercise, therapy, and rehabilitation. It can even consist of bracing and chiropractic care and physical therapy. There could be lots of things that you can do to actually do something that's more functional. This type of treatment does not fix the curve but manages and reduces it to try to maintain the function of the spine so it can do what it was designed to do within the body. The problem with the functional approach is that patients see all these different doctors and therapists and nobody is really working together to deliver an approach that's additive where every step is adding to the next deliberate result. The Scoliosis Reduction Center is not only promoting the functional or natural approach but is advocating what is called the patient-centered approach wherein it is focusing on what the patient needs first, not what's the easiest thing to do or the easiest way out. For more information about this, please check Dr. Tony Nalda's podcast. Musicbed SyncID: MB01OU9AU3AXWFS
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Fundamental Health with Paul Saladino, MD
This week, Paul talks all about skin: how to take care of your skin, what you should and should not eat to have healthy, radiant skin, how to heal skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and acne. He shares why the sun itself is highly beneficial for our skin and overall health, and although the sun deftly is not harming you, your sunscreen may be. 00:08:25 Skin as a major membrane 00:10:00 Sunlight for skin health 00:17:40 Why does mainstream medicine say all sunlight is bad? 00:20:00 How much sun should we be getting? 00:23:55 Seed oils, sunburn and skincare 00:36:15 Psoralens & phototoxic injury 00:40:05 What sunscreens to use (and avoid) 00:44:00 Foods to eat for skin health 00:49:45 Healing your acne 00:53:10 Recap References: Post-exposure persistence of nitric oxide upregulation in skin cells irradiated by UV-A: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-022-13399-4 INFLUENCE OF ULTRAVIOLET IRRADIATION UPON EXCRETION OF SEX HORMONES IN THE MALE1: https://academic.oup.com/endo/article-abstract/25/1/7/2772602?login=false Mayo Clinic Q and A: There's no such thing as a safe, healthy tan: https://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/discussion/mayo-clinic-q-and-a-theres-no-such-thing-as-a-safe-healthy-tan/ Fat Intake and Risk of Skin Cancer in U.S. Adults: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29636341/ Lipid ingredients in moisturizers can modulate skin responses to UV in barrier-disrupted human skin in vivo: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22209282/ Melanoma and dietary lipids: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3110746/ Severe phototoxic burn following celery ingestion: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2221939/ Citrus Consumption and Risk of Cutaneous Malignant Melanoma in the Women's Health Initiative: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31335211/ Natural toxicants in human foods: psoralens in raw and cooked parsnip root: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7256284/ Effect of Sunscreen Application Under Maximal Use Conditions on Plasma Concentration of Sunscreen Active Ingredients: A Randomized Clinical Trial: https://www.docwirenews.com/latest-general-medical-news/effect-of-sunscreen-application-under-maximal-use-conditions-on-plasma-concentration-of-sunscreen-active-ingredients-a-randomized-clinical-trial/ Effect of vitamin E on the production of collagen, DNA and fibronectin in keratocytes in vitro: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3186193/ The Effect of Atopic Dermatitis and Diet on the Skin Transcriptome in Staffordshire Bull Terriers: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33178726/ Effect of kibble and raw meat diets on peripheral blood mononuclear cell gene expression profile in dogs: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29680397/ Sponsors: Heart & Soil: www.heartandsoil.co Carnivore MD Merch: www.kaleisbullshit.shop Make a donation to the Animal Based Nutritional Research Foundation: abnrf.org White Oak Pastures: www.whiteoakpastures.com, use code CarnivoreMD for 10% off your first order or Carnivore5 for 5% off subsequent orders Marek Health: https://marekhealth.com/fundmental-health-collection/, or use code PAUL for 10% off your first lab order and check out Paul's custom blood panel Joovv Light Therapy: http://joovv.com/paul, use code PAUL for an exclusive discount Shirttail Creek Farm: shirttailcreekfarm.com, use code CarnivoreMD20 for $20 off your first order
Community Acquired Pneumonia (CAP) has a high mortality rate. A new study evaluates the use of hydrocortisone for severe CAP in the ICU setting. Join host, Geoff Wall, as he evaluates if the evidence stacks up.The GameChangerThe use of steroids to treat severe pneumonia has waxed and waned for many years with insufficient evidence. A recent study found steroids improved a number of outcomes, including mortality.Show Segments00:00 - Introductions01:19 - Past Studies on CAP Treatment03:32 - The CAPE Code Study17:05 - The GameChanger: The Study Findings24:31 - Connecting to Practice: Study Limitations26:01 - Closing RemarksHostGeoff Wall, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP, BCGPProfessor of Pharmacy Practice, Drake UniversityInternal Medicine/Critical Care, UnityPoint HealthReferences and ResourcesHydrocortisone in Severe Community-Acquired PneumoniaRedeem your CPE hereCPE (Pharmacist)Get a membership & earn CE for GameChangers Podcast episodes (30 mins/episode)Pharmacists: Get a membershipCE InformationLearning ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants should be able to:1. Describe the past history of major mortality studies for CAP pharmacotherapy2. Discuss the CAPE Code study and its possible implications in the ICU0.05 CEU/0.5 HrUAN: 0107-0000-23-147-H01-PInitial release date: 04/24/2023Expiration date: 04/24/2024Additional CPE details can be found here.Follow CEimpact on Social Media:LinkedInInstagramDownload the CEimpact App for Free Continuing Education + so much more!
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A countrywide shortage of doctors means people are facing weeks-long delays to secure appointments. In the Bay of Plenty town of Kawerau, two doctors from an already-stretched workforce have recently resigned. There's only a handful of doctors in town as it is.. and some locals are losing patience. Tom Taylor reports.
Welcome to the NeurologyLive® Mind Moments® podcast. Tune in to hear leaders in neurology sound off on topics that impact your clinical practice. In this episode, we spoke with with Robert Zivadinov, MD, PhD, director of the Buffalo Neuroimaging Analysis Center, and a professor of neurology and biomedical informatics at the Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo. He discussed the recent CASA-MS study that he and colleagues conducted into a subgroup of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) who develop rapid and progressive disability at a relatively young age, which he presented earlier this year at the 2023 Americas Committee for Treatment and Research in MS Forum, and the critical effectively need to treat this group of patients. The study was carried out at The Boston Home, a specialized residential facility for individuals with advanced progressive neurological disorders, in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and at the University at Buffalo, in New York. Looking for more Multiple Sclerosis discussion? Check out the NeurologyLive® multiple sclerosis clinical focus page. Episode Breakdown: 1:10 – Background on the CASA-MS study subpopulation 3:45 – Topline results of the study 6:05 – The need for further clarification in MS populations 7:10 – The utility of biomarkers such as GFAP 12:15 – Further assessment plans for the CASA-MS cohort 14:15 – Neurology News Minute 18:35 – Access to the tools to characterize progressive MS 21:30 – The potential with portable MRI and artificial intelligence 25:25 – Unmet needs in progressive MS This episode is brought to you by Medical World News, a streaming channel from MJH Life Sciences®. Check out new content and shows every day, only at medicalworldnews.com. The stories featured in this week's Neurology News Minute, which will give you quick updates on the following developments in neurology, are further detailed here: Phase 3 Study of GTX-104 in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Expected to Proceed Following FDA Feedback FDA Places Partial Hold on Evobrutinib Initiation in Newly Enrolled Patients With MS FDA Panel Votes in Favor of Brexpiprazole as Potential Therapy for Alzheimer Agitation FDA Approves IntelGenx and Gensco's Rizatriptan for Acute Migraine Treatment DEA Rules Fenfluramine No Longer a Controlled Substance Atogepant's Indication Expanded to Include Prevention of Chronic Migraine FDA Grants Breakthrough Device Designation to Reach Neuro's Chronic Stroke Platform FDA Approves CSL Behring's Immune Globulin Subcutaneous Prefilled Syringe for PI and CIDP Thanks for listening to the NeurologyLive® Mind Moments® podcast. To support the show, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. For more neurology news and expert-driven content, visit neurologylive.com. REFERENCE 1. Zivadinov R, Jakimovski D, Burnham A, et al. Comprehensive Assessment of Severely Affected Multiple Sclerosis (CASA-MS) Study. Presented at: ACTRIMS Forum; February 25-28, 2023; San Diego, CA. P430. www.abstractsonline.com/pp8/#!/10822/presentation/468
Sam Fenwick looks into the relationship between climate change and the unusually intense heatwave in India at this time of year. The net worth of Elon Musk, the second wealthiest person on Earth, records a $12.6 billion drop. Are things going to change for the mastermind of Tesla and SpaceX? Employees of German's national operator Deutsche Bahn and aviation security at three German airports have been on strike, calling for pay rises to battle against the cost of living crisis.
Supreme Court rules on abortion pill access; Severe storm system leaves thousands without power and homes destroyed; Alec Baldwin involuntary manslaughter charges dropped in ‘Rust' case; and more on tonight's broadcast.
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Host Dr. Nick Strasser interviews IFFAS award winning paper author Dr. Kepler Carvalho. This paper was presented live at the 2022 AOFAS Annual Meeting in Quebec City. For additional educational resources, visit: https://aofas.org Looking for CME? AOFAS Podcast CME only on the ConveyMED Podcast App: Apple Store click here Google Play click here
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Prisha's parents were pressured into greenlighting gender affirming treatment through medical manipulation Severe medical and social brainwashing led Prisha to believe that transitioning into being a man was the cure to her previous abuse Parents beware: online “glitter” communities and chat rooms can be a hotbed for planting seeds of gender confusion in kids' minds Testosterone is a known antidepressant that can cause rage, aggression, and mood swings
In this week's episode we will review treatment and outcomes for patients with autoimmune hemolytic anemia during pregnancy. Next, rapid immune tolerance induction in patients with hemophilia A and high-titer inhibitors. Finally, researchers compare kinetics and cell cycle progression in hematopoietic stem cells from cord blood, young adults, and aged healthy donors.
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Scoliosis Treatment with Dr. Tony Nalda
When it comes to the traditional treatment of mild scoliosis, curves under 25 degrees, the most common prescription is nothing. Patients are advised to just watch and wait for what happens next. And the reason is that there's really no effective treatment for managing small scoliosis. What is done to reduce scoliosis is very invasive and risky, so normally, they have to let a curve worsen before they're willing to put a patient through that risk, meaning spinal fusion. That is exactly what happened to Kaley. In a routine physical checkup done for a tennis match back in January, the doctors diagnosed her with mild scoliosis and were told that it was really nothing too concerning and that they will just have to watch and wait. But things drastically changed. Her scoliosis went from mild to severe within two months. She was given 3 options: Watch and wait for things to progress Use Boston brace Surgery With her scoliosis worsening, will Kaley need to undergo surgery in order for her to enjoy playing tennis again? Her parents were desperate to find a solution without having to result to surgery, even considering using a Boston brace, often described as a barbaric attempt to stop scoliosis from progressing but never really does anything to reverse it. Listen to Dr. Tony Nalda's podcast and find out how with his help, Kaley was able to reduce her curve from 49 degrees to 40 in just four days. Artlist.io 847544
Confidently Uncomfortable with J.Go
TW: Disordered Eating Welcome back to the Confidently Uncomfortable podcast! I am so excited to bring you today's episode with our special guest and my friend Caroline Lunny. In this episode we dive into all things confidence, cyber-bullying, life after The Bachelor, eating disorders, relationships, codependency, communications, pageants, and basically all the things that come down to self-confidence. Caroline shares her journey with us and even gets vulnerable about certain things she's currently navigating. Enjoy. What You'll Hear: Meet Caroline Growing up in a home with “almond moms”, eating disorder mentality, and pressure to look good in a bikini Her journey to Miss Massachusetts and the reality of it Navigating codependency and living for your partners dreams while in a relationship Caroline's healthy girl era and what she did The reality of being on The Bachelor and behind the scenes of a reality tv show Severe cyber-bullying, body shaming, and shifting how she saw that stuff Learning to feel good naked with your partner and being vulnerable Navigating these vulnerable conversations around mental health, body issues, and self-worth Join us for the Feel Good Naked Challenge and let's start loving ourselves a little more! Caroline Lunny @CarolineLunny: https://www.instagram.com/carolinelunny/?hl=en Learn more about how to work with J.Go: * 1-1 Health Coaching Application * BCB Universe * Schedule a Confident Breakthrough Intensive * Busy BCB Connect with J.Go * E-Mail: Jordan@jgofitlife.com * Follow J.Go on Instagram @JGoFitLife https://www.instagram.com/jgofitlife * Follow J.Go on TikTok @XOJGO https://www.tiktok.com/@xojgo * Subscribe to J.Go's email list: https://www.jgofitlife.com/contact * If you're interested on being a guest on this podcast, please fill out this form
Today is Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. And as such, we wanted to share our 2017 episode, A Severe Case of Second Generation. Stay connected with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and by signing up for our newsletter at israelstory.org/newsletter/. For more, head to our site or The Times of Israel. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
WSJ’s The Future of Everything
Severe droughts in the American South and West are raising new questions about how to ensure millions of people have access to clean, safe water. That's why several local water systems, including one that provides water to 19 million people in Southern California, are looking to a method of water recycling that brings treated wastewater back into the system. It's called “direct potable reuse,” but many people have dubbed it “toilet to tap.” Can it succeed despite the ick factor? WSJ's Alex Ossola visited Los Angeles to find out just how it would work, and how the public is reacting. Further reading: California Could Face Cuts to Colorado River Usage Under Federal Proposal California Governor Lifts Most Drought Restrictions on Water Use Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Trump responds to arraignment, slams DA and judge; Severe storms devastate the Midwest and South; Kevin McCarthy meets with Taiwan's president despite China's threats; and more on tonight's broadcast.
The news to know for Thursday, April 6, 2023! We'll tell you about the latest destruction from this early spring storm season and an issue that keeps coming up in state legislature involving kids. Also, there was a rare meeting for members of Congress, and another new contender stepped into the 2024 presidential race. Plus, a hub for hackers came crashing down, there's a new multi-million-dollar plan to fight Alzheimer's, and a pop star topping the charts is making history. Those stories and more news to know in around 10 minutes! Head to www.theNewsWorthy.com/shownotes for sources and to read more about any of the stories mentioned today. Sign-up for our weekly email newsletter with extra news stories, random recommendations, listener features and more: www.theNewsWorthy.com/email Thanks to The NewsWorthy INSIDERS for your support! Get ad-free episodes here: www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider This episode is brought to you by Indeed.com/newsworthy To advertise on our podcast, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec
On today's episode of Human Events Daily, Poso breaks down the latest in the ongoing legal battle involving President Donald Trump, as the grand jury RETURNS in his case this week. PLUS, Poso is pulling ALL the receipts on the Ukraine scandal involving Adam Kinzinger and Malcolm Nance. Finally, Jack brings to light the concerning results of a recent Wall Street Journal poll, which reveals that American values are in SEVERE decline. All this and more ahead on Human Events Daily! Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec Save up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSO Download PublicSq for free at https://publicsq.com/welcome?path=/marketplace/online