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The Fan Morning Show
Steelers reaction, Pickens, breaking news!

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 36:05


Colin tells a story from his Post Gazette days. How many games will the Steelers win down the stretch? Breaking/hilarious college football news. We get sidetracked. Treated unfairly: The specialists, Friermuth, the fans. The Steelers have the Wright guy at kicker! We spiral into some uniform talk. Pickett, Pickens, Pickett, Pickens, Pickett, Pickens, Pickett, Pickens, Pickett, Pickens, Pickett, Pickens, Pickett, Pickens, Pickett, Pickens, Pickett, Pickens. 

Urban Valor: the podcast
Army Combat Medic Treated 13 Mass Casualties In Afghanistan

Urban Valor: the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 50:25


This week's Urban Valor episode features retired Army Staff Sergeant, William Faery. William was born in Lockport, NY and grew up on a junkyard. He moved around and ended up graduating high school in San Antonio, TX. William joined the Army as a “Medical Specialists” and was surprised to find himself in combat medic school involuntarily. He conducted multiple combat deployments, one of which he  as a 68w Combat Medic where he treated 13 mass casualty incidents within just a 6-month time span while in Afghanistan. He leaves us with how his time in service affects his mental health and what he does to combat it.   Urban Valor interviews and shares the stories of our military veterans. Whether they are combat veterans or not, all of our military veterans have an incredible story to tell. If you are a veteran or know a veteran who'd like to share their story, don't hesitate to email us at team@urbanvalor.com. Also, please be sure to LIKE the interview and show support to the Veteran who takes the time to sit in the chair and share their incredible story!Be sure to comment and share your appreciation, questions, and comments for the Veteran and/or Urban Valor to answer!Please subscribe and click the "bell notification" to Urban Valor if you haven't yet! We put out new Veteran interviews, or as we prefer to call them, veteran stories, as we let the Veteran share whatever and however they choose! We're just the conduit for them to get their story and message out to the world.Your support for Urban Valor continues to come and we can't begin to tell you how much we appreciate your support!

Breakfast with Gareth Parker
Death of woman found in Fremantle Harbour treated as suspicious

Breakfast with Gareth Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 0:37


Homicide detectives continuing to investigate a woman's possible murder after her body was found floating in Fremantle Harbour.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Woman being treated for burns after being sprayed with a mysterious liquid....Reshaping in the NYPD.....City's Department of Homeless Services falls short of meeting the needs of those with mental health issues

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 5:18


Mandy Connell
12-01-22 FULL SHOW - A Commissioner is Over Being Treated Badly

Mandy Connell

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 107:31


Jedediah Bila LIVE
Does She Deserve To Be Treated Like A Queen? w/ @artofkickz | Jedediah Bila Live | Ep. 69

Jedediah Bila LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 66:27


Jed sits down with @artofkickz to discuss chivalry, gold diggers, entitled women, whether men are intimidated by female success, women competing with men, OnlyFans creators, and why dating is so messed up in the modern world. Ask Jedediah a question or FaceTime her here: https://Minnect.com About the show: Welcome to a free-speech zone where dating, politics, and hot debate come to life. Join former television host Jedediah Bila as she unravels what's broken in the dating game, tackles the dangers of modern feminism, and exposes The System's multifaceted, hazardous agenda. Known for her fearless commentary and passion for freedom and free-thinking minds, Jedediah digs into such topics as “toxic” masculinity, the modern feminist agenda, big-government tyranny, how men and women are different, the dangers of pornography, societal neutering of men, and the problem with a culture of promiscuity. She holds women, men, and political elites accountable in her signature no-bullsh*t style. She stands up for liberty, personal responsibility, and traditional values, rallying against The System's desire for an increasingly weak, puppeteered, entitled culture. And she does it all in a combination of solo and interview-style shows that are sure to get you thinking and fired up to join the conversation. Follow Jedediah on social media: Instagram: https://bit.ly/3Gje8xg Twitter: https://bit.ly/3NlsfFX Facebook: https://bit.ly/3MHFXlo Locals: https://bit.ly/3tmAsCD Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/JedediahBilaLive Pick up a copy of Jedediah's books: Dear Hartley: https://amzn.to/3xEbikp Outnumbered: https://bit.ly/3gWuXq9 #DoNotDisturb: https://amzn.to/3ij6NXr To reach the Valuetainment team, send an email to: booking@valuetainment.com

The Fan Morning Show
Spielberger, Cassesse, Matt Canada

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 43:32


BRAD SPIELBERGER - Brad said Kenny Pickett was the highest graded passer in the NFL this weekend!! He likes Pickett's ability to extend plays and throw off platform. Brad says the Steelers are behind the times using a featured running back. He likes George Pickens playing outside the structure, and thinks he is developing a good report w/ Kenny. Brad wouldn't definitely bring back any of the offensive linemen this offseason. Treated unfairly: Steelers RBs, Gunner Oladfasdjkf, Matthew Wright! 'Merica should be good at soccer! What if the Steelers win too much and Matt Canada comes back?! THIS HITS DIFFERENT 

Psychiatry.dev -  All Abstracts TTS
Interventions for preventing and ameliorating cognitive deficits in adults treated with cranial irradiation – PubMed

Psychiatry.dev - All Abstracts TTS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022


https://psychiatry.dev/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-11008.mp3?cb=1669725498.mp3 Playback speed: 0.8x 1x 1.3x 1.6x 2x Download: Interventions for preventing and ameliorating cognitive deficits in adults treated with cranial irradiation – PubMed Review Matthew A Kirkman et al. CochraneFull EntryInterventions for preventing and ameliorating cognitive deficits in adults treated with cranial irradiation – PubMed

RNZ: Morning Report
Hamiltonians treated to special debate for by-election

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 2:55


The battle for the hearts and minds of Hamilton West voters is well underway with locals treated to a special debate. December's byelection was triggered by the fomer Labour MP Gaurav Sharma's dramatic falling out with his own party. Last night candidates lined up for an audience at the Waikato Institute of Technology or Wintec. Political reporter Anneke Smith was there.   

Horizon Community Church - Cincinnati, OH - Podcasts
A World Where Everyone Has Value and Will Be Treated Medically

Horizon Community Church - Cincinnati, OH - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 32:53


What if Jesus was never born? What if 2000 years ago, Mary hadn't given birth to the baby Christ in a manger? How might the world be different? One might shrug, but the truth is, we live on a much different planet due to the enormous impact of a single rabbi whose ministry spanned a mere three years. Join Horizon as we explore how Christianity has influenced education, science, art & music, medicine, parenting, charity, the environment, and more.

AP Audio Stories
Canada paramedic unknowingly treated daughter in fatal crash

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 0:46


AP correspondent Lisa Dwyer reports on Canada Paramedic Daughter Rescue.

In the News with Mike Dakkak
Lorrie Rivers: Long Covid, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Can Be Successfully Treated

In the News with Mike Dakkak

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 39:06


In the News with Mike Dakkakwww.itnshow.comLorrie Rivers joins ITN to discuss how our diets and the over prescription of antibiotics can adversely affect our immune systems. We also discuss the similarities between Long Covid and Chronic Fatigie Syndrome can be successfully treated.Join Lorrie's email list at LivingFromInspiration.com.

The VANcast with JPat and Drancer - A show about the Vancouver Canucks
The Schenn glue factor and why isn't Pettersson treated like an elite two-way centre?

The VANcast with JPat and Drancer - A show about the Vancouver Canucks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 67:14


Harman and Farhan look back on the Canucks 5-4 loss to Vegas from Monday night, which was Vancouver's seventh 2 goal blown lead in the first 19 games of the season. The guys take a look at the top line of Miller, Horvat and Boeser who have struggled defensively, the positive play of Luke Schenn, Thatcher Demko's bad luck, and why isn't Elias Pettersson deployed like an elite two-way centre? Plus the guys take a look at the Canucks upcoming road trip with games against Colorado, Vegas and San Jose.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Bobby Bones Show
(Tues Early Bird) Eddie Thinks He's Found His New Calling In Life + Lunchbox Is Shocked At How He Saw This Celebrity Treated In Public + Mailbag: Want A No Phone Wedding Ceremony

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 33:30


Eddie has become obsessed with something and thinks he's found his new calling in life! Find out what it is...Plus, Lunchbox was at a restaurant with his family when a celebrity walked in, and he couldn't believe how they were treated! Hear who it is and what happened. Mailbag: a listener is getting married in April and wants an unplugged ceremony because she doesn't want people's phones in the pictures, but her mom is against it. We give our advice!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson
Girls Night #183: THIS is how you deserve to be treated in a relationship — with Ainsley Britain

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 71:42


Hey friends! Welcome to Girls' Night! Today, we're welcoming back my dear friend Ainsley Britain to Girls Night. Ainsley is an Author, Podcast Host, and Enneagram Coach, helping young adults embrace their confidence, date healthy and discover their identity in Christ.  She has a new book called, Don't Date a BooBoo Dude: Raise Your Standards, Realize Your Worth, and Remove Shame from the Dating Game. And that's what we're talking about today – how we deserve to be treated in a relationship.  Here are just a few of the things we're talking about in this episode:  What you deserve (and don't deserve!) in a relationship What an unhealthy relationship looks like and how to know if you're in one  What to do if you're in a relationship that's less than you deserve (how to ask for the things you want, and how to know if you should give this person another shot or if it's time to end it). And more Friends, if you've ever settled for less than you want in a relationship because you're worried you won't be able to get more (been there!) this episode is especially for you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Fan Morning Show
Treated unfairly, Dorin broke wind, Soccer!

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:01


We take calls and continue to discuss how much blame should fall on Kenny's shoulders. Treated unfairly. T.J. Watt, J.C., Kenny Pickett. Dorin farted in an Uber this weekend and he was called out by the driver! We get lost in the England/Iran soccer match that we bet on. 

The Bert Show
Keity is tired of being treated like one of the boys!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 8:07


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Coughee & donuts
Treat them like you wanna be treated

Coughee & donuts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 44:13


Special needs advocate joins me on the latest episode --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Living With an Invisible Learning Challenge
What I Have Learned From Online & In-Person Dating

Living With an Invisible Learning Challenge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 28:56


Have you ever been ghosted? Treated like garbage by guys? Or learned a lesson the hard way? Have you ever been on a date with a guy or girl that you knew you had no connection or chemistry with even before it was over? How many dates did it take you to learn what you want and don't want in a relationship? I have been ghosted by many guys. I have lost count of these times. But I've learned to let go quickly when this happens so that I don't dwell in the past and get hurt too much by it. I have been on a few dates that I knew there wouldn't be another one after that first one, because there was no connection or chemistry. It took me about 10 months of being in a toxic relationship with my ex to learn what I didn't and did want in a romantic relationship. It also took me a year of letting go of what I had with my ex to learn those things. Links for articles: https://www.autismspectrumnews.org/online-dating-and-neurodiversity/ https://opendoorstherapy.com/dating-for-neurodiverse-adults-series/ Sorry, I can't do the support group tomorrow because I'll be with my brother and helping my mom with Thanksgiving dinner preparation. Links for new podcasts: Shero: Be Your Own Hero Trailer: https://open.spotify.com/show/1O7Mb26wUJIsGzZPHuFlhX?si=c3b2fabc1f334284 Chats, Barks, & Growls: Convos With My Pet Trailer: https://open.spotify.com/show/74BJO1eOWkpFGN5fT7qJHh?si=4440df59d52c4522 Think Out: Free Your Imagination Trailer: https://open.spotify.com/episode/71UWHOgbkYtNoHiUagruBj?si=3d96889cfd2f487b Link for BetterHelp sponsorship: https://bit.ly/3A15Ac1 Links for Sleepy Butterfly: 1. https://open.spotify.com/show/5FNnA8XFCzRORCRaZXlHE9?si=a82d5133f7f6411e 2. https://www.facebook.com/sleepybutterfly96 Here are my platforms: 1. https://livingwithnld.com/ 2. https://livingwithnld.com/contact 3. https://livingwithnld.com/podcast-swag 4. Living With NLD Facebook 5. Living With NLD Instagram --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jennifer8697/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennifer8697/support

This Week in America with Ric Bratton
Episode 2557: TREATED AS A JEW by Burt Jagolinzer

This Week in America with Ric Bratton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 22:38


Treated As A Jew by Burt JagolinzerIt was the summer of 1939, and school-aged friends Ivan Kranofsky and Hyman Goldenstein have no worries in the world except how to capture the attention of the beautiful Brenda Cropsky. But by September, their modest lives are shattered as Nazi tanks push through their small town of Bruzgi, Poland destroying everything in their wake. Apprehended by Nazi soldiers and assumed to be Jewish because of his friendship with Hyman, Ivan is sent off with his friend into a subhuman existence of humiliation, terror and forced labor.Treated Like a Jew is a story of hope and courage in the face of one of the world's darkest chapters. It's a story of how through the power of love and friendship, the will to survive can defeat the fear of death.https://www.amazon.com/Treated-As-Jew-Burt-Jagolinzer/dp/1950339009/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2QZMJ0Z8HHZ5R&keywords=Treated+as+a+Jew+Burt+Jagolinzer&qid=1663559109&sprefix=treated+as+a+jew+burt+jagolinzer,aps,599&sr=8http://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/root/twia/111722ec1.mp3  

Team Never Quit
Travis Osborn: Airborne Ranger and Green Beret Medic who treated Marcus Luttrell in ORW Rescue Mission

Team Never Quit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 115:40


This week, the Team Never Quit Podcast presents an extraordinary man with an extraordinary military resume. Travis Osborn served as both an Airborne Ranger and a Green Beret in 17 tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, and was awarded the Bronze Star for heroic and meritorious service 15 times. Travis played an integral part in the rescue of Navy SEAL "Lone Survivor" Marcus Luttrell. As an 18Delta Special Forces Medic, he treated Marcus while awaiting extraction from an Afghan village. Listen in as Travis chronicles Marcus' rescue, and the horrific conditions they had to endure to achieve it.  In this episode you will hear: • When we got the call, we knew it was abnormal, and something was up – out of the norm. • In the briefing, we were told that we had four SEALs on the run, a helicopter down, and we're going in. • We decided to put boots on the ground – whatever it takes. So our guys came up with a plan, and we stole some trucks from the marines.  • By the time we left, we had 120 people and 50 donkeys headed up the side of the mountain. • None of us had ever worked together before. • [Marcus]: “That's what showed up to get me out of there.” • We walked almost straight up a mountain for the next 3 days. • We climbed 5,000 feet the first day and only walked a distance of 2 kilometers. • It's the most ass kick I've had in a long time. • It was walking straight up shale, and every type of boots were cut. • There's a lot of ridiculousness in these situations. • About halfway thru the village and from within a crowd of people, I looked and saw a really tall Afghani and saw that he he had tattoos. • “You must be Marcus.” “Fuck yes, I am…” • “We're here to get you home.” And he said “Yeah, I'm just ready to go home.” • [Marcus] “When they showed up, the literally looked like death.” • We just recued a fuckin' American. We walked in with a bunch of donkeys on foot, & found this guy in the middle of nowhere. • To treat him, I threw him into the first thing I could find – it turned out to be a donkey pen with 10,000 years of donkey shit in it. • The next time I see you is gonna be on Oprah. • When you're in mission mode, you don't mentally unpack. You put all that shit in the deep freeze, then it takes a while to unpack it because it's all at the bottom of the freezer.

The CC Podcast: The Daily Dose
Luke 23:1-5 - Being Lied About and Treated Unfairly is Part of the Deal - Matt Reisetter

The CC Podcast: The Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 7:46


Thank you to our 2022 Daily Dose Devotions sponsor, The Family Leader!Here are a few other ministries we are proud to highlight and partner with:Christian Crusaders, where you can find weekly 30 minute worship services at ChristianCrusaders.org AND where you can hear engaging interviews and other content on The CC Podcast: Conversations.Cedar Falls Bible Conference, whose conference videos are available at CedarFallsBibleConference.com. And please consider joining us for our 102nd annual conference: Saturday, July 29 – Saturday, August 5, 2023.Power to Change Digital Strategies: If you or someone you know could benefit from an anonymous online Christian mentor, please visit IssuesIFace.com.Please subscribe to or follow this podcast, leave a 5 star review, and prayerfully consider financially supporting one of our partnering ministries.Thank you for listening, and may God richly bless you!Contributors to The Daily Dose include:Tim Boettger - Director of Spiritual Care at Western Home Communities and Associate Radio Preacher for Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet MinistryPastor Steve Kramer - Radio Preacher for Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet MinistryAndrew Nordstrom - Technical Director of Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet MinistryMatt Reisetter - Director of Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet Ministry and Director of the Cedar Falls Bible ConferenceSpecial thanks to, Terri, our podcast announcer!

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Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast
OrthoAlliance partners with 26-physician Indiana practice and 1st patient treated in sacroiliac joint fusion device study

Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 1:28


The Converts Central
S4E52: How He Treated Them: Children

The Converts Central

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 63:40


Sayyidina Anas Ibn Malik R.A said “I never saw anyone who was more compassionate towards children than Allah's Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him). His son Ibrahim was in the care of a wet nurse in the hills around Madinah. He would go there, and we would go with him, and he would enter the house, pick up his son and kiss him, then come back.” (Sahih Muslim)

The Converts Central
S4E51: How He Treated Them: Women and Spouse

The Converts Central

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 45:42


Assalamualaikum wr wb dear listeners! We are back with the 3rd episode of ‘How He Treated Them' ✨ featuring Ustazah Bushra, who shared about the sirah of our Prophet ﷺ in his way of treating his wives and daughters.  Join us at ‘Converts Central' via Spotify/Apple/Google Podcasts to learn about how Islam raised the status of women, and how it was exemplified through the actions of our Prophet ﷺ ❤️

Trinity Fellowship Church
How Jesus Treated People

Trinity Fellowship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022


A study of how Jesus engaged with people created in his image

Patty Pop Culture Podcast
Calvin Harris treated Taylor Swift like shit, SO SHE LEFT

Patty Pop Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 64:11


We're dissecting two of JUICIEST songs on Midnights and the story behind them is CRAZY. Elon Musk is a fucking LIARRR. Louis Tomlinson dealt with jealousy when Harry Styles' solo career exploded. Transgender influencer, Nikita Dragun was taken to jail and put in the MENS UNIT!?!?

American Journal of Gastroenterology - Author Podcasts
Impact of Obesity on Risk of Hospitalization, Surgery and Serious Infection in Biologic-treated Patients with IBD

American Journal of Gastroenterology - Author Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 9:04


Ol' Man Game w/Cain
#033: Treat them like they want to be treated

Ol' Man Game w/Cain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 6:06


As you listen to this episode, I challenge you to think about your belief system. “Treat ‘em right” or “treat ‘em like they want to be treated”. Make your own decision as to which side of the fence you are on. Live with what comes. And please know, that it cannot be both.All podcast episodes and content on this platform will correlate to the following cornerstones:BeliefConfidencePreparationPerformanceI thank you for your support. Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform today!Support the show

One Radio Network
11.08.22 Dannenberg

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 57:56


ORN Dr. Al Danenberg show notes 11/8/22 Author of Eat As If Your Life Depends On It, plus other books. Dr. Danenberg.com Gum disease (periodontal disease) is 2 infections. Gingivitis is infection is In the gum tissue. Is very reversible, no bone infection. Can advance to periodontitis, which is more aggressive. Mix of different types of bacteria, which get under the gum, causing damage to the jawbone, loosening and then loss of teeth. Infection in the mouth generally starts in the gut. Due to emotional distress, diet, damage to the garden of bacteria. Immune system becomes dysfunctional, infection spreads through circulatory system. Bacteria in the mouth become overgrown with pathogenic types which cause tooth decay. It's like a splinter in your finger that can become a systemic infection. Local irritants in mouth and gut issues lead to dental decay. The mouth and body professions don't talk on the same plane. Their interplay is not taught in medical or dental school. Root canals and mercury fillings still being taught. Sugar is main factor in causing tooth decay. But damage from it requires a pathological situation in the garden of bacteria. Sugar feeds the bacteria, causes acid release, leads to tooth decay. Immune system controls balance of bacteria. If overgrown, bacteria cause problems, but if not overgrown, they serve a purpose as a balance. Don't want to kill off the oral microbiome. Bacteria in dental plaque is thought of needing to be destroyed. Rather, it has a purpose. Are several hundred microbes that produce peroxide, which kill potentially pathogenic bacteria from getting under gum. Has buffers that control acidity to keep it more than pH of 5.5. Is a gatekeeper allowing minerals to penetrate the biofilm of dental plaque to get to tooth root and remineralize. Worse thing you can do is use antimicrobial toothpaste and mouthwashes. They destroy a healthy biofilm. Looking at skulls of archeological remains, find calcified dental plaque, but no dental decay. Calcified dental plaque is protective if its not overgrown with pathological bacteria. Is teeth cleaning needed? It's not medically necessary to remove excess tartar. Doesn't recommend hydrogen peroxide or silver for prophylactic use. Dr. Danenberg was diagnosed in 2018 with multiple myeloma, a bone marrow cancer. Believe it started by exposure to mercury and low dose ionizing radiation in his dental practice. Investigated lifestyle changes. Started with more strict animal based diet, mostly carnivore by Jan 2020. Treated at Intl Center for Medical Nutritional Intervention in Budapet, Hungary. No chemo. Eats a Paleoketogenic diet and is in ketosis most of the time. Liver produces ketones when there is not enough carb available. Ketosis is when level of ketones improves healing and antioxidant potential. What you're not eating is more important than what you're eating. Retired dentist calls in. Says Dr. Huggins found that sugar reverses flow in the tooth tubules from an outward direction to inward from the mouth. Listener asks: Can a tooth ever be healed or fixed if it's cracked? No, the tooth will not self-heal. Usually a crown or extraction is required. Zirconia in implants don't have the immune response that titanium does. Titanium implants like in the femur can create Inflammatory response around the screw that causes dissolving of the bone. Can't rebuild enamel but can remineralize it. Use baking soda paste made with salt water applied with a toothbrush. Will carnivore diet heal leaky gut? Absolutely. But it must be one that eliminates plants and includes organs. Is pate a good source of Vitamin A? Beef is good. Pork and chicken pate are fed products of soy or corn, which have high linoleic acid that oxidize when eaten in excess, which damages fat cells and mitochondria.

RNZ: Morning Report
Stargazers treated to last lunar eclipse for several years

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 3:37


A total lunar eclipse took place very late last night, exciting those stargazers keen enough to take in the celestial light show. There were crystal clear skies in the South Island but many further north weren't so lucky. Otago museum director and astronomer Dr Ian Griffin spoke to Corin Dann.

The PainExam podcast
Should Degenerative Disc Disease be Treated with MSCs?

The PainExam podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 16:22


A review of the evidence   David Rosenblum, MD reviews the description and evidence provided by Loibi et al in the published article referenced below.  Dr. Rosenblum discusses personal experiences with treating back pain with regenerative medicine procedures.  Discussed in this podcast: Patient selection Pathophysiology Environment of the disc and it's impact on MSCs Risks and safety concerns of Intervertebral mesenchymal stem cell transplantation Pain relief and recommendations for MSC injection into the disc in patients suffering from discogenic pain     Claim CME Credit The CE experience for this Podcast is powered by CMEfy - click here to reflect and earn credits: https://earnc.me/WAltmH     Course Calendar     Ultrasound Training Dominican Republic- November 12, 2022   Physician Networking Event- November 17, 2022   Ultrasound Training NYC- December 3, 2022   Regenerative Interventional Pain Course January 28th, 2023   Ultrasound Training Costa Rica- February 29, 2023   Pain Management Board Review and Refresher, June 10-12, 2023- NYC Location TBA  Reserve a spot!     References   Loibl, M,  Wuertz-Kozak, K,  Vadala, G,  Lang, S,  Fairbank, J,  Urban, JP.  Controversies in regenerative medicine: Should intervertebral disc degeneration be treated with mesenchymal stem cells? JOR Spine. 2019; 2:e1043. https://doi.org/10.1002/jsp2.1043

AnesthesiaExam Podcast
Should intervertebral disc degeneration be treated with mesenchymal stem cells?

AnesthesiaExam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 16:22


A review of the evidence   David Rosenblum, MD reviews the description and evidence provided by Loibi et al in the published article referenced below.  Dr. Rosenblum discusses personal experiences with treating back pain with regenerative medicine procedures.  Discussed in this podcast: Patient selection Pathophysiology Environment of the disc and it's impact on MSCs Risks and safety concerns of Intervertebral mesenchymal stem cell transplantation Pain relief and recommendations for MSC injection into the disc in patients suffering from discogenic pain     Claim CME Credit The CE experience for this Podcast is powered by CMEfy - click here to reflect and earn credits: https://earnc.me/WAltmH     Course Calendar     Ultrasound Training Dominican Republic- November 12, 2022   Physician Networking Event- November 17, 2022   Ultrasound Training NYC- December 3, 2022   Regenerative Interventional Pain Course January 28th, 2023   Ultrasound Training Costa Rica- February 29, 2023   Pain Management Board Review and Refresher, June 10-12, 2023- NYC Location TBA  Reserve a spot!     References   Loibl, M,  Wuertz-Kozak, K,  Vadala, G,  Lang, S,  Fairbank, J,  Urban, JP.  Controversies in regenerative medicine: Should intervertebral disc degeneration be treated with mesenchymal stem cells? JOR Spine. 2019; 2:e1043. https://doi.org/10.1002/jsp2.1043

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, Illegal migrant treated better than US citizens

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 8:30


Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

The Fan Morning Show
Would Tomlin be treated the same if he were on another team?

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 6:06


Colin, Chris, Dorin and Crowley wonder if Mike Tomlin has gotten an unusually large leash for the amount of success he's actually had over his time as the head coach.

Live Mana Worldwide - Multimedia Broadcast Network (audio)
"Locked Up For Life and Never Been Charged With a Crime" Joshua 'The World's Mayor'

Live Mana Worldwide - Multimedia Broadcast Network (audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 62:41


What would you do if you were locked away in a "prison" with no chance of getting out for a crime you were never convicted of? What would you do if it was for over 40 years? Joshua 'The World's Mayor' welcomes Mr. Daniel Larsen LIVE from Moose Lake's very own shadow prison, MSOP to discuss his living nightmare and what he wants to the world to know about Civil Commitment. Thank you for being a part of this broadcast on the Live Mana Network. With love, Joshua T Berglan Broadcast Outline Introducing Daniel Larson. 0:00 Is it possible that it is my destiny to live free for the rest of my life? 4:49 Are the people in wheelchairs slumped over? Are they seated correctly? 10:58 What makes you not put a bullet in your head? 19:50 My mom had a good heart, she was a single mom. 26:27 Daniel Wilson is languishing in jail. 31:56 Dealing with one version of the same thing. 36:55 Why he doesn't want to broadcast like this. 42:11 Daniel's voice needs to be amplified in the world. 50:22 You may hate where you're at, you may hate your circumstances, but you have the actual power to let go of those things.

ASHPOfficial
Therapeutic Thursdays: Acute Pain Management in Patients Treated with Buprenorphine

ASHPOfficial

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 21:06


This session from the 2021 Midyear Clinical Meeting compares the advantages and disadvantages of continuing buprenorphine for opioid use disorder in patients with acute patients.   The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug information on this topic. The contents of the podcast have not been reviewed by ASHP, and should neither be interpreted as the official policies of ASHP, nor an endorsement of any product(s), nor should they be considered as a substitute for the professional judgment of the pharmacist or physician.

POPlitics
The Left Wants Us To Forgive Them For How They Treated Us During The Pandemic LOL

POPlitics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 7:29


PLOT TWIST: The same people who told us we were grandma killers now want us to “move on” and forgive them.

The Change
Struggle nor Recovery Should be Treated as a One Size Fits All Experience: Jay Shifman

The Change

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 41:19


Today's guest is Jay Shifman. In preparing for this episode, I spent time on his webpage and wanted to start our conversation by reading Jay's bio that he included on his site:Jay Shifman is an open book. A vulnerable storyteller and stigma-destroying speaker, podcaster, and event host, Jay's story of struggle is familiar to the millions of people the world over who also struggle with issues of mental health, substance misuse, and addiction. The survivor of two suicide attempts and an overdose and now in long-term recovery, it is Jay's mission to encourage difficult conversations and honest education concerning these and similar struggles.In this episode, Jay shares his personal experiences battling and overcoming ADHD, depression, and anxiety. During this conversation, we touch on some of the most important foundations of this podcast:  vulnerability and breaking down the barriers surrounding extremely difficult mental health struggles.For more information, visit: https://jay.campsite.bio/ or find him on your favorite social media platform.

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
The Ticket & The "Truth" Trash Talk the HEAT

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 38:17


In Hour 1 We get a Halloween recap from the Tobin household as little Tommy Trick or Treated till he was defeated last night. We shift gears to Monday Night Football after as the Browns and Bengals faced off on primetime. We preview tonight's HEAT game featuring Marcos' sworn enemy Klay Thompson and we debate whether or not Steph Curry is an Alpha. Leroy pays homage to yet another senselessly slain young Rap Star before we focus our attention to a pair of life long HEAT Haters! Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett get the bright idea to trash talk the Miami HEAT and Tobin refuses to stand for the slander. Jimmy Butler and Udonis Haslem respond to the Hate.

The Jump Around
3pm:Tricked or Treated

The Jump Around

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022


Jim Rutledge and Matt Hamilton decide what Packers players have tricked or treated us...Throwing Stones and Molly's Game!

Rise of the Podcast
Tricked and Treated | Rise of the Podcast #182

Rise of the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 194:41


Celebrate Halloween with Jeremy, Kara, Matt and Keith! Join in some festive games, trivia, and more! We also reminisce about our favorite Star Wars experiences, ramble on with stories of the good ol' days, nerd out about current and upcoming Star Wars shows, books, and games, and talk a little bit about life. Thank you so much for supporting our channel! We love interacting with all of you! We love talking to you guys every week about Star Wars, gaming, pop culture, movies, and everything else! If you want to show your love, consider sending us an email, joining our Discord, or following us on Twitch! We'll see you again soon! ------------------------------------------------------------------- Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/riseofthepodcast Discord Server Link: https://discord.gg/DcuBKXVxJs Email us: contact@RiseOfThePodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/riseofthepodcast Web: http://www.riseofthepodcast.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/rotptweets Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/riseofthepodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/RiseofthePodcast Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3qzOazE iTunes: https://apple.co/3wAfwcI Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/RotPGoogle Thanks for watching! Rise of the Podcast Episode 182: Tricked and Treated Produced and Edited by 8r0wn13 ©2022 All Rights Reserved #Podcast #DuluthMN #StarWars

The Fan Morning Show
Who was treated unfairly? Steelers-Eagles

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 3:06


Colin, Chris and Dorin share who they believe didn't earn a fair reputation from the game on Sunday between the Steelers and the Eagles.

Mark Narrations - The Wafflecast Reddit Stories
I Told Both My Children I HATE Them After The Way They Treated Me r/Relationships

Mark Narrations - The Wafflecast Reddit Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 23:48


Relationship Reddit Stories, OP tells a story of how their children treated them poorly over time until another family member gets involved in the comments and turns the story on its head.

The Polyester Podcast
The Sleepover Club: The Return Of Skinniness & Why Body Types Are Still Treated As Trends

The Polyester Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 29:34


All of a sudden, everybody is very skinny again. From Kim and Khloe Kardashian to the hundreds of models that just walked fashion week in each various city. Body positivity is no longer popular, Taylor Swift is calling herself fat in music videos, and it feels as though we're back in the same media hell scape that engulfed our pre-teen lives at the turn of y2k. This week, Ione and Eden are discussing why its been so easy for celebrity culture to disregard larger bodies, and what impact treating body types as trends has on us long term. Order Ione's book, Poor Little Sick Girls, here!Want to support the podcast? If you're a brand or organisation that could help us continue the show, Please fill in this form. Can't wait to hear from you!We'd love to know what you think about our podcast. Fill out this survey here to have your say

AllBetter
"Solitary Confinement" with Jonathan Blake (MSW)

AllBetter

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 59:56 Transcription Available


Jonathan Blake is currently a Licensed Social Worker in Pennsylvania. Jonathan obtained both Bachelor's  (BSW) and Master's (MSW) degrees in Social work from Marywood University, graduating with his MSW ins 2014. Jonathan has worked in the substance use field, as a primary counselor in both inpatient and outpatient settings, and currently works as a medical social worker, with main focus on behavioral health.Blake is also the (LSW) of the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.   Today we discuss "Solitary Confinement" in prisons, and the movement to make it's abolishment a ballot measure. Action Committees, advocacy, and legal battles are being waged in multiple states to see this change in US Human Rights come to pass.  Support the show Stop by our Apple Podcast and drop a Review! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/allbetter/id1592297425?see-all=reviewsSupport The Showhttps://www.patreon.com/allbetter

Hill-Man Morning Show Audio
Wiggy is worried Mac Jones might not be able to mentally recover from the way he's being treated

Hill-Man Morning Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 14:44


Wiggy is worried Mac Jones might not be able to mentally recover from the way he's being treated

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 10.26.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 62:58 Very Popular


Videos : Robby Soave: PayPal Threatens To Take $2,500 From Users Who Promote ‘Misinformation' (9:26) ED DOWD: COVID AND THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL COLLAPSE: A TALE OF CATASTROPHES AND COVER-UPS (32:50 – 42:50) Tidal energy could be huge – why isn't it? (4:00) Back To the Future of Wind Energy Technology with Paul Gipe (7:23) No, this angry AI isn't fake (see comment), w Elon Musk. (3:24) Dr. Bhakdi Clip (7:27)   Study shows inexpensive, readily available chemical (GABA) may limit impact of COVID-19 University of California, Los Angeles, October 25, 2022 Preclinical studies in mice that model human COVID-19 suggest that an inexpensive, readily available amino acid might limit the effects of the disease and provide a new off-the-shelf therapeutic option for infections with SARS-CoV-2 variants and perhaps future novel coronaviruses. A team led by researchers at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA report in Frontiers in Immunology that an amino acid called GABA, which is available over-the-counter in many countries, reduced disease severity, viral load in the lungs, and death rates in SARS-CoV-2-infected mice. This follows up on their previous finding that GABA consumption also protected mice from another lethal mouse coronavirus called MHV-1. In both cases, GABA treatment was effective when given just after infection or several days later near the peak of virus production. The protective effects of GABA against two different types of coronaviruses suggest that GABA may provide a generalizable therapy to help treat diseases induced by new SARS-CoV-2 variants and novel beta-coronaviruses.  Their previous studies showed that GABA administration protected mice from developing severe disease after infection with a mouse coronavirus called MHV-1. To more stringently test the potential of GABA as a therapy for COVID-19, they studied transgenic mice that when infected with SARS-CoV-2 develop severe pneumonia with a high mortality rate. “If our observations of the protective effects of GABA therapy in SARS-CoV-2-infected mice are confirmed in clinical trials, GABA could provide an off-the-shelf treatment to help ameliorate infections with SARS-CoV-2 variants. GABA is inexpensive and stable at room temperature, which could make it widely and easily accessible, and especially beneficial in developing countries.” The researchers said that GABA and GABA receptors are most often thought of as a major neurotransmitter system in the brain. Years ago, they, as well as other researchers, found that cells of the immune system also possessed GABA receptors and that the activation of these receptors inhibited the inflammatory actions of immune cells. Taking advantage of this property, the authors reported in a series of studies that GABA administration inhibited autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis in mouse models of these ailments. Other scientists who study gas anesthetics have found that lung epithelial cells also possess GABA receptors and that drugs that activate these receptors could limit lung injuries and inflammation in the lung. The dual actions of GABA in inflammatory immune cells and lung epithelial cells, along with its safety for clinical use, made GABA a theoretically appealing candidate for limiting the overreactive immune responses and lung damage due to coronavirus infection. Working with colleagues at the University of Southern California, the UCLA research team in this study administered GABA to the mice just after infection with SARS-CoV-2, or two days later when the virus levels are near their peak in the mouse lungs. While the vast majority of untreated mice did not survive this infection, those given GABA just after infection, or two days later, had less illness severity and a lower mortality rate over the course of the study. Treated mice also displayed reduced levels of virus in their lungs and changes in circulating immune signaling molecules, known as cytokines and chemokines, toward patterns that were associated with better outcomes in COVID-19 patients. Thus, GABA receptor activation had multiple beneficial effects in this mouse model that are also desirable for the treatment of COVID-19. Yoga as effective as traditional pulmonary rehab in patients with COPD  All India Institute of Medical Sciences (India), October 19, 2022 Researchers from the Department of Pulmonary Medicine and Sleep Disorders and All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India, studied the effects of yoga as a form of pulmonary rehabilitation on markers of inflammation in the body. Results from this study showed yoga exercises provide improvements that are just as effective as traditional pulmonary rehabilitation methods in improving pulmonary function, exercise capacity, and indices of systemic inflammation. Sixty patients with COPD were randomly divided into two groups, one of which was taught yoga exercises while the other underwent a structured pulmonary rehabilitation program. These groups were tested on shortness of breath, serum inflammation, and lung function tests. Each group participated in 1 hour of training twice a week for the first 4 weeks, then training every 2 weeks for 8 weeks, and the remaining weeks were at home. Results showed that yoga and pulmonary rehabilitation exercises resulted in similar improvements in pulmonary function, 6-minute walk distance, Borg scale, severity of dyspnea, quality of life, and levels of C-reactive protein after 12 weeks of training. “This study suggests yoga may be a cost-effective form of rehabilitation that is more convenient for patients,” said Mark J. Rosen, MD, Master FCCP, CHEST Medical Director. “The authors recommended adoption of yoga programs as an option as part of long-term management of COPD. These findings should be confirmed in new studies and the potential mechanisms explored.”  Resveratrol can help correct hormone imbalance in women with PCOS University of California, San Diego, October 19, 2022 Resveratrol–a natural compound found in red wine and grapes–can help address a hormone imbalance in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a leading cause of infertility in women, according to a  study published in the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Women who have PCOS produce slightly higher amounts of testosterone and other androgen hormones than average. Although these reproductive hormones are typically associated with men, women also have small amounts. The elevated levels in women with PCOS can contribute to irregular or absent menstrual periods, infertility, weight gain, acne or excess hair on the face and body. Women who have PCOS also face a higher risk of developing other health problems, such as diabetes. “Our study is the first clinical trial to find resveratrol significantly lowers PCOS patients' levels of testosterone as well as dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS), another hormone that the body can convert into testosterone,” said the study's senior author, Antoni J. Duleba, MD, of the University of California, San Diego in La Jolla, CA. “This nutritional supplement can help moderate the hormone imbalance that is one of the central features of PCOS.” Thirty women with PCOS completed the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial conducted at Poznan University of Medical Sciences in Poland. The women were randomly assigned to either take a resveratrol supplement or a placebo pill daily for three months. The participants had blood samples drawn at the beginning and end of the study to determine levels of testosterone and other androgen hormones.  The researchers found total testosterone levels fell by 23.1 percent among the women who received the resveratrol supplement. In comparison, testosterone levels increased 2.9 percent in the placebo group. DHEAS declined by 22.2 percent in the resveratrol group, while the placebo group experienced a 10.5 percent increase in DHEAS levels. In addition to moderating androgen hormones, the women who received resveratrol showed improvement in diabetes risk factors. Among the resveratrol group, fasting insulin levels dropped by 31.8 percent during the three-month study. The researchers also found the women who received resveratrol during the study became more responsive to the hormone insulin over the course of the study. Fluoridated water calcifies your arteries: study University of Zaragoza (Spain), October 22, 2014  A major promoter of heart disease in the U.S. today could be a chemical that the government has been intentionally dumping into the water supply for decades on the premise that it prevents tooth decay. Fluoride, according to a study published in the journal Toxicology, shows demonstrated cardiotoxic effects, which include the calcification and hardening of arteries. Researchers from the University of Zaragoza in Spain looked at the effects of water fluoridation on the progression of vascular calcification in renal (kidney) disease. The team used real-world concentrations of fluoride as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) for optimal oral health — 1.5 milligrams per liter (mg/L) — administering this amount to rats via water in the same way humans would receive it. It was observed that, for five days, the rats, all of whom had experimental chronic kidney disease (CKD), experienced calcification of their aortic smooth muscle cells. The rats also experienced further declines in renal function as a result of exposure to fluoride, demonstrating the nephrotoxicity of this common water additive. “[F]luoridation of drinking water… dramatically increased the incipient aortic calcification observed in rats with experimental chronic kidney disease,” wrote the authors. “[T]he WHO's recommended concentrations in drinking water become nephrotoxic to CKD rats, thereby aggravating renal disease and making media vascular calcification significant.” Previous research, as noted in the new study, has confirmed that 90 percent or more of digested fluoride is absorbed through the intestines and distributed throughout the body to soft tissues, calcified structures and blood plasma. At WHO-recommended doses, fluoride can still get lodged throughout the body and remain there for many years. In healthy individuals, plasma fluoride is cleared through the dual action of calcifying tissues and expelling through the kidneys. But in those with renal disease, the kidneys are not up to the task of removing fluoride from the body, greatly amplifying both the calcification process and the advancement of renal failure. Lower magnesium levels linked with increased mortality risk during up to 40 years of follow-up Jiao Tong University School of Medicine  (China), October 20 2022.  In an article in the journal Clinical Nutrition, Xi Zhang of Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine and colleagues reported an association between decreased serum levels of magnesium and a greater risk of dying from any cause during a follow-up period of up to 40 years. The study included data from 14,343 participants in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I Epidemiologic Follow-Up Study.  There were 9,012 deaths during a median follow-up of 28.6 years. In comparison with subjects whose serum magnesium levels were between 0.8 and 0.89 micromoles per liter (mmol/L), having a deficient level of less than 0.7 mmol/L was associated with an adjusted 34% greater risk of dying over follow-up. Those with magnesium levels of less than 0.7 mmol/L had more than two and a half times the risk of dying from stroke than subjects with magnesium levels of 0.8-0.89 mmol/L. Further analysis found the strongest protective association for magnesium in men. “Several mechanisms may explain the beneficial effects of magnesium, including maintaining glucose and insulin homeostasis, improving lipid metabolism, enhancing the vascular or myocardial contractility and vasodilation, and providing antiarrhythmic and antiplatelet effects,” the authors write. “Moreover, several small secondary prevention randomized trials have shown that oral magnesium supplementation improved endothelial function, reduced thrombosis, and increased cardiopulmonary function and left ventricular ejection fraction among cardiovascular disease patients.” “Our findings support the hypothesis that serum magnesium may be clinically useful for predicting long-term health outcomes and mortality in the general population,” they conclude. Anxiety Makes It Harder to Listen to Your Intuition Freie Universität Berlin, Psychologische Hochschule Berlin, University of Basel,  October 19, 2022 As an anxious person, I find the mantra “go with your gut” endlessly frustrating. What's so trustworthy about my gut instinct, which has, at various times, convinced me I'm dying of brain cancer, or about to get on an airplane doomed to crash, or destined to be alone forever? My therapist has had to remind me many times over that my so-called instincts have been wrong before and will be wrong again. But I've remained somewhat convinced that there is a “real” gut instinct somewhere beneath all my fake ones, and if only I knew how to access it, I would finally be perfectly wise, centered, and calm. A new study suggests this is probably not the case. In their study, researchers attempted to examine and compare the intuitive decision-making abilities of anxious, neutral, and optimistic people. More than a hundred participants were randomly assigned to each of these three groups, and “inducted” into the corresponding mood by viewing a series of emotionally coded sentences and images. For example, participants in the optimism group read: “The affection of those we love makes us feel particularly safe and confident. There is always someone who loves us,” and were then shown a picture of a smiling young couple with a shark mascot. (Huh.) Those in the anxious group read: “Safety is not guaranteed neither in our neighborhoods nor in our own homes,” followed by a picture of a man with his arm hooked around a woman's neck. I'm anxious just reading about it. Once the mood was set, participants were asked to fill out a questionnaire designed to assess their tendency to make intuitive decisions, and how effectively they did so. While the researchers found that the decision-making abilities of the positive and the neutral mood groups were relatively unaffected by their moods, the anxious group showed a significantly reduced ability to use their intuition.  The researchers hypothesized that anxiety's effects on our decision-making is damaging for several reasons: Anxiety makes us risk-averse, pessimistic, and less confident — all qualities which make us likelier to choose what we perceive as the most safe, routine, and unchallenging decision. In some cases, anxiety can also effectively paralyze us, resulting in no decision made at all. Using one's intuition, the researchers argue, requires confidence and trust in oneself. If anxious people don't have that confidence and trust, they may be more likely to ignore subtle emotional or bodily cues which indicate a “hunch.” BFor many anxious people, the psychosomatic symptom possibilities are endless, and only infrequently indicate that something is actually wrong. In many cases, it's wiser for us to ignore these “signs” and symptoms than to take them seriously.

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends
Scott Riffs Presented by Clydesdale Media - Being a Volunteer and How are We Treated

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 24:52


Join Scott as he talks about what it is like to be a volunteer. How in some instances it was an amazing experience and how in other cases it was not. What are the key ingredients that made the difference?

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Millions of kids are struggling with anxiety. How is it being treated?

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 8:20


A national panel of health experts is recommending for the first time that children ages 8 and up be screened for anxiety -- an issue that the pandemic has put a spotlight on. Dr. Leigh Beers, former president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and Professor Elana Bernstein of the University of Dayton's School of Psychology join Geoff Bennett to discuss child mental health care. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders