Welcome to another episode of the Action and Ambition Podcast! Today's guest is Andrew Kashian, president and founder of Solve Clinics, a leading hair transplant and skin restoration clinic located in Chicago. Andrew discovered his entrepreneurial spirit after successfully owning and developing Chess at Three and Story Time Chess, winners of the "Toy of the Year Award" and the "WEBBY Award." The goal of Solve is to help men and women look and feel like the finest versions of themselves. Their purpose is to assist people in living confidently. They established it 5 years ago because the overall hair loss business and cosmetic industry are indeed broken. They took this broken portion of the cosmetic world and created a business model that addressed all of those issues. Their objective is to not only offer the finest prices in the business but also to make hair transplants and other surgeries affordable. to everyone. Tune in and learn more!
A CISA-issued Joint Advisory warns of threats and vulnerabilities at water and wastewater treatment facilities. CISA issues twenty-two other industrial control system advisories. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos on trends in the human element of security. Our guest is Gidi Cohen from Skybox with Vulnerability and Threat Trends. And the Governor of Missouri intends to prosecute the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch to the fullest extent of whatever the law turns out to be. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/199
Elizabeth Barnett is a partner and public policy expert for Avenue Solutions. She represents Kidney Care Partners, an advocacy coalition dedicated to improving care for people who have kidney disease. Elizabeth discusses with Lori the CKD Improvement and Treatment Act of 2021 S1971/HR 4065 that was introduced last year by both the House and the Senate. Listen in to learn how the bill will improve innovations and the quality of care for those with kidney disease.
In the final hour of the show, Pete discusses the back-and-forth between CNN and podcast host Joe Rogan after the network appeared to lie about Rogan's COVID treatment of Ivermectin. Pete also checks in on an awkward press conference from Joe Biden. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/petekalinershow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today’s subscriber-supported public service announcement, the Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards continues to offer classes and events this fall and winter to increase your awareness of our wooden neighbors and to prepare for the future. On October 19, there’s a free class on the Selection, Planting, and Care of Trees from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (register) In early November, there is a three part class on Winter Invasive Plant Identification and Treatment. Information on all the classes and the group can be found at www.charlottesvilleareatreestewards.org. On today’s show:The Charlottesville Planning Commission recommends approval of the update of the Charlottesville Comprehensive PlanA start-up seeking sugar substitutes secures funding for expansion at the State Farm BuildingThe Charlottesville Tree Commission looks forward to the future and a little ReLeafWe begin today with an economic development announcement in Albemarle County. Specifically at the former regional headquarters for State Farm on Pantops. Governor Ralph Northam was on hand to announce that the firm Bonumose will partner with the Hershey Company to research and develop reduced or zero sugar chocolate.“This is a $28 million investment that Bonumose is putting forth in the Commonwealth of Virginia,” Northam said. Ed Rogers is the chief executive officer and co-founder of Bonumose, which was formed in 2016 and currently operates out of the University of Virginia’s North Fork research park. Using a $256,000 grant from the Commonwealth’s Opportunity Fund and $300,000 from the Virginia Investment Performance Grant program, Bonumose will move to a portion of the State Farm site.“It’s an important milestone, 36,000 square foot building,” Rogers said. Bonumose is betting that its technology can provide a healthy sugar substitute that can be produced at a price that can be affordable. Rogers said there’s a lot of hard work to do to prove that the tech will pay off. “We are not so full of hubris that we think that’s going to be easy,” Rogers said. “I mean, sugar is great. Who doesn’t love sugar? I mean even if you hate sugar, you probably love sugar also. It’s the gold standard of sweeteners. It’s natural. It tastes great. It is functional. It provides structure to foods. It helps depress the freezing point so you have creamy ice cream. It caramelizes. It does all of these things in food so when you’re talking about replacing sugar, it’s just not a matter of replacing the sweetness.” Current sugar substitutes do not work as well in cooking, and can be much more expensive than the real thing. Rogers said the product Bonumose will make s based on tagatose, a naturally occurring sweetener. The Pantops facility will serve as a demonstration project and will provide at least 64 new jobs. Rogers said this only came about because the county’s Economic Development office approached the company with options on how to expand. Soon after the pandemic, State Farm said they would shift entirely to a teleworking model and would not return to the 365,000 square foot building. Economic Development Director Roger Johnson is fond of using code names for various projects that they are working on before the deals can be announced. “Albemarle County had begun working with Bonumose well before the state die and we named this project internally Project Leopard, after Def Leppard’s hit song Pour Some Sugar On Me,” Johnson said. This is a story I’ll continue to monitor in the weeks, months, and years to come.New grant programThe City of Charlottesville has launched a new grant program intended to encourage job creation. The GO Hire program run by the Office of Economic Development will be adapted as part of the city’s pandemic recovery efforts. The position must pay $15 an hour. (learn more)“Grant funds can be used for City based businesses hiring a new employee that is a City resident,” reads the application for the program. “[The Office of Economic Development] will reimburse 50 percent of the wages for the initial eight week hiring period.”Grants are capped at $5,000, but the positions are eligible for the Virginia Return to Earn Initiative operated by Virginia Career Works. Comprehensive Plan milestone achieved After four years and ten months of review, the seven member Charlottesville Planning Commission has voted unanimously to recommend approval of an updated Comprehensive Plan as well as the Future Land Use Map. They did so after a long public hearing in which dozens of community members spoke about the plan, which has been drafted by the firm Rhodeside & Harwell as part of the Cville Plans Together initiative. James Freas has only been Charlottesville’s director of Neighborhood Development Services for one month, but had the honor of introducing the public hearing. “The result of this process to date is the draft plan that you have before you tonight which is itself only a first step as we move on to the implementation actions and rulemaking through the zoning ordinance project,” Freas said. That’s the third step in the Cville Plans Together project, but Freas said the Planning Commission had to take into consideration all of the chapters of the Comprehensive Plan. “As we move into implementation, we will be considering this entire plan,” Freas said. “While there has been discussion of the land use map, the strategies in this plan call for environmental protection, historic preservation, recognition of neighborhood context, addressing climate change, and providing affordable housing among many other issues and all of these will go into crafting a new zoning ordinance.”Freas said that densities called for in the future map may be adjusted in places where it is not suitable. He said he is excited to join the team just as this next phase gets underway. Update on Climate Action PlanAfter a presentation on the plan, Commissioners got the chance to ask questions before the public hearing began. One yielded an update on the Climate Action Plan from Kristel Riddervold, the city’s environmental sustainability and facilities development manager. “There’s been sort of some competing priorities that the city has worked on and so we have in some ways given some deference to the comp plan process,” Riddervold said. “There’s been a lot of ground work and climate protection related supporting work that’s been going on for the past year. There is still fully a commitment to develop a climate action plan because that is consistent with Council’s commitment with the Compact of Mayors.”Bill Palmer works in the Office of the Architect at the University of Virginia. He said he supported goals in the draft Comprehensive Plan that refer to the role UVA plays in the community. “And the acknowledgement of UVA’s influence on many aspect of Charlottesville both positive and negative,” Palmer said. “I think continuing the collaboration and cooperation between the city and University is very important and [Albemarle] County as well.”Public hearingThe public hearing lasted nearly two hours and featured competing visions. Some are concerned that additional density in the map could worsen the phenomenon of gentrification.“The process that got us to this point has been incredibly flawed and is now barreling toward a forced premature conclusion,” said Julia Whiting. One former Planning Commissioner agreed with that sentiment. “It feels like we’re driving drunk at night,” said Bill Emory. “Kind-hearted developers will not address our shortage of affordable housing.Third-year UVA student Chloe Estrada said she supports a plan which will hold landlords accountable. “Earlier this year, we conducted a survey of students who have lived off-Grounds to learn more about their housing experiences with specific regard to treatment they have received from landlords,” Estrada said. “Broadly, only 43 percent of student renters were satisfied with their off Grounds housing experience.” One supporter of the plan wanted the implementation phase to begin quickly.“I recommend that you not slow down the process and that you go ahead and adopt this map as a guide for creating new zoning,” said Kathryn Laughon. “We know that changes in status quo are going to create a lot of backlash.”On Monday, Council and the Planning Commission held a two-hour question and answer period on the plan. Kevin Hildebrand had listened and it cleared up one aspect of the plan. “I was encouraged listening to yesterday’s meeting that the up to 12 units is not a by-right development in medium density,” Hildebrand said. “Heretofore that has not been made clear and perhaps the allowable density will be based on lot size.”Commission review and adoptionDozens more people spoke over the next hour or so before the Commission got to their deliberation. There were many discussions of tweaks, and quite a few amendments. Some of this came down to what language should be used. Here’s an interchange about bonus density for providing affordable housing in “sensitive” areas.“I got a new wording,” said Commissioner Rory Stolzenberg. “Consider allowing additional units and height under a bonus program or other zoning mechanism with greater and deeper affordability than non-sensitive areas.” “Is it ‘consider’ or just ‘allowing’ because ‘consider’ means that maybe you can, maybe you cannot,” said Commisioner Taneia Dowell. “‘Allowing sounds like something can happen.”“I don’t think we know yet whether that it should be considered,” said Commissioner Liz Russell. “That’s I think the point.”“In my opinion we can change it to allow and then we can figure out the number in that bonus program,” said Commissioner Karim Habbab. Going forward, NDS Director James Freas will be leading the discussions. If this were a role-playing game, he’s sort of like the dungeon master. “When we say consider, what we mean is that the planning board and the City Council would be the ones doing the considering at the time when you’re moving forward with the adoption of the zoning,”Council will have to take a vote and some of the amendments suggested by the Planning Commission need to be fleshed out by the consultants with more information and specifics. Shortly before the vote, NDS Deputy Director Missy Creasy listed four changes that would be made. One of them was the language we just heard. Here is another:“Require that zoning changes preserve and enhance historic and cultural resources,” Creasy said. Another is to further outline what is meant by a “sensitive” area.“And number four, recommend that sensitive area delineation should continue to be defined and additional means and metrics beyond Census block data need to be considered,” Creasy said. The next step will be the first reading by City Council, scheduled for November 15. In today’s second Substack-fueled shout-out, Code for Charlottesville is seeking volunteers with tech, data, design, and research skills to work on community service projects. Founded in September 2019, Code for Charlottesville has worked on projects with the Legal Aid Justice Center, the Charlottesville Fire Department, and the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights. Visit codeforcville.org to learn about those projects. While Charlottesville does not yet have a specific Climate Adaptation Plan, the draft Comprehensive Plan has several references to the importance of trees to the city’s overall goals. In 2015, a measurement found that the city’s tree canopy was at 45 percent of the land cover. The 2021 draft Comprehensive Plan features more calls for preservation requirements including Goal 6 of the Environment, Climate, and Food Equity chapter which includes many strategies for increasing tree canopy, especially in areas that experience the urban heat island effect due to a lack of shade. “The Comprehensive Plan when it is finally done is going to have significant statements about supporting trees, adding trees, and the environmental health of the city,” said Planning Commissioner Jody Lahendro at the October 5 meeting of the Tree Commission. The Tree Commission was created in 2010 to advocate for those types of policies, and to recognize specific trees. At the beginning of their meeting on October 5, Chair Brian Menard noted that a landmark tree in Maplewood Cemetery crashed to the ground the weekend before.“There is significant damage to the fabric of the cemetery,” Menard said. “There are a lot of stones damaged, some surely beyond repair.” Menard said the sudden death of the tree has caused an impact and points to the importance of celebrating trees. “Just watching people through the neighborhood react to this, it reminds me that for the last year or so we have especially stressed the functional benefits of trees, the health benefits, the environmental benefits,” Menard said. To help with education about those benefits, a group called Charlottesville ReLeaf has formed to lead efforts to help spread the word and to plant trees in strategic areas. Peggy Van Yahres is one of its members. (learn more)“What we want to do is get kids and families excited about trees and the green industry, so we’re really starting with some educational events,” Van Yahres said. Van Yahres said the group is working on developing a website. One idea is to develop materials that can demonstrate the heat differences between different playgrounds. The one at Venable Elementary features a bit of shade, whereas most others do not. Menard said the Tree Commission should be playing a role in making sure that new public projects will include new trees.“We need to know who and where and when plans are being made to make changes to city property so that we’re in early enough on the conversation,” Menard said. “So whether that is with Public Works or with the school division or whoever.” The Tree Commission also got an update on municipal tree planting on public property. The current capital improvement program has set aside $75,000 for that purpose. Mike Ronaybe is the city’s arborist and he said staff needs to be in place to do the planting and to make sure planted trees are regularly watered. “We usually hire 17 seasonals that work at parks in the summertime,” Ronayne said. “I think we are able to fill three of those positions so that’s just seasonal staff. Our full-time staff we’re down about a third from where we need to be for full-time positions.”In the 2020 State of the Forest report, Ronayne stated there is a city planting goal of 200 trees a year, but that has not been met for four years. The Tree Commission discussed ways to encourage other ways to help meet the goal.Special announcement! Today’s the third day of a new promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. 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This week, we explore the issue of racial disparities surrounding cancer detection, care, and treatment with Dr. Mya Roberson, assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Dr. Roberson also talks about her path to public health and her experiences as a first generation college student. If you'd like to explore the topic further, join Dr. Roberson for a FREE webinar on October 20, sponsored by the University of Iowa College of Public Health. More info including how to register at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/webinar-bringing-critical-race-theory-into-public-health-an-example-in-cancer-care-delivery-research/ A transcript of this episode will be available soon. Have an idea for a show? Questions or comments for our hosts? Send email to email@example.com
In this episode, Dr. Chris Winter, sleep medicine specialist and neurologist, joins the conversation. Tim begins with an interval breath counting exercise. Then, Chris talks with Keith and Tim about fear and anxiety in sleep and how mindfulness can help, challenges in creating a sleep-friendly culture within a pro sports team, and pitfalls in seeking gimmick solutions for insomnia.
Sonny Borrelli served in the Marine Corps and retired as a Gunnery Sergeant. He is a Republican member of the Arizona Senate, representing the 5th district and is the Majority Whip. He is right in the center of what is going on with the Arizona audit. Now is the time for all of us to take action on the direction and information he gave to help move the audits in the right direction. AZ Senator LD 20- Paul Boyer Office: 602-926-4173AZ House Speaker- Rusty Bowers Office: 602-926-3128Follow Sonny on Twitter @sonnyborrelli-------------------------------------------► Sign Up For Our Newsletter! -https://bit.ly/flyovernewsletter► MEET US IN PERSON!! Text EVENTS to (816) 579-1144 to learn more► Watch ALL our content in FULL on Rumble! https://bit.ly/FlyoverRumble► Support Flyover Directly - https://www.flyoverconservatives.com/donate► Flyover Conservatives Gold and Silver Buyer of Choice - https://kirkelliottphd.com/flyover► Use Promo Code “ Flyover” when checking out at www.MyPillow.com
We've all experienced our heart rate change. For example, your heart rate increases when you exercise and slows when you sleep. But what if your heart rhythm changes when you aren't expecting it? That condition is known as heart arrhythmia. Heart arrhythmias, also called heart rhythm problems, occur when the electrical impulses that coordinate your heartbeats don't work properly. This causes your heart to beat too fast, too slow or irregularly.Arrhythmias may feel like a fluttering or racing heart, and they may be harmless. However, some heart arrhythmias may cause bothersome — sometimes even life-threatening — signs and symptoms. It is important to find the cause, says Dr. Elijah Behr, a cardiologist at Mayo Clinic Healthcare in London. "It's very straightforward to investigate," says Dr. Behr. "And we have treatments that can prevent risk, prolong life, and can maintain quality of life for people."Treatment can include medications, catheter procedures, implanted devices or surgery to control or eliminate fast, slow or irregular heartbeats. A heart-healthy lifestyle also can help prevent heart damage that can trigger certain heart arrhythmias.On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Behr discusses the warning signs of heart arrhythmias and how they are diagnosed and treated.
Shana Olmstead helps you congratulate yourself and treat your anxiety Episode 2135: Prepaving Your Yellow Brick Road by Shana Olmstead on Anxiety Treatment and Congratulating Yourself Shana Olmstead's passion and life's work is connecting with people and helping them to believe the best about themselves. Her own process of spiritual awakening 15 years ago, and the personal transformation she has had since then has helped her to understand that her true calling in this lifetime is to help awaken the souls of others. She believes everyone is capable of transformation. The original post is located here: https://shanaolmstead.com/2019/09/30/prepaving-your-yellow-brick-road/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wendy Rogers is a true American hero! Retired United States Air Force officer serving as a member of the Arizona Senate from the 6th district. Since the day she was elected in November 2020, Wendy has set the standard for what it means to be a fighter, truth speaker, and to KEEP AMERICA FIRST!She is a must follow on Twitter and Telegram and can be found at www.wendyrogers.org To join her and hundreds of thousands of patriots to sign the petition to decertify the 2020 election nationwide!http://action.wendyrogers.org/decertify/-------------------------------------------► Sign Up For Our Newsletter! -https://bit.ly/flyovernewsletter► MEET US IN PERSON!! Text EVENTS to (816) 579-1144 to learn more► Watch ALL our content in FULL on Rumble! https://bit.ly/FlyoverRumble► Support Flyover Directly - https://www.flyoverconservatives.com/donate► Flyover Conservatives Gold and Silver Buyer of Choice - https://kirkelliottphd.com/flyover► Use Promo Code “ Flyover” when checking out at www.MyPillow.com
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Featuring perspectives from Drs Edward Garon, Jarushka Naidoo, Harvey Pass and Heather Wakelee, including the following topics: Immunotherapy in Surgically Resectable Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) Introduction: Tumor board discussions since ASCO 2021 (0:00) Case: A woman in her early 60s with Stage IIA lung adenocarcinoma — PD-L1-negative, pan-wild type (8:00) Case: A man in his mid-50s with Stage IIA squamous NSCLC — PD-L1 15% (22:44) Case: A man in his early 90s with Stage IB lung adenocarcinoma — PD-L1 10% (31:47) Key relevant data sets (39:07) Adjuvant Treatment of NSCLC with a Driver Mutation Case: A man in his late 60s with Stage III lung adenocarcinoma — PD-L1
Fall Feedgrain Weed Control Grain Shipping Complications Landscape Tree Planting 00:01:10—Fall Feedgrain Weed Control--K-State weed management specialist Sarah Lancaster discusses fall-applied herbicides for winter annual weed control in fields which will be planted to corn or grain sorghum next spring...she talks about how the fall treatment sets the stage for effective control, and which herbicide choices best fit this strategy 00:12:06—Grain Shipping Complications--The senior economist with the IGP Institute at K-State, Guy Allen, takes a closer look at rising cost of ocean freight as a contributing factor to major grain shipment issues around the world...and how those are weighing on the grain markets: that will be among the international grain trade topics that he'll be discussing at a special grain economics outlook forum this Saturday at K-State 00:23:06—Landscape Tree Planting--On this week's horticulture segment, K-State forester Charlie Barden talks about planting landscape ornamental trees in the fall, in the first of a two-part series: today, he addresses well-adapted tree species selection and planting site preparation Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to firstname.lastname@example.org. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
In today's episode, Ben and I talk with Vince, a 25-year-old recovering addict from Philadelphia. He stole a bottle of vodka and drank the entire bottle in sixth grade. In the summer of his freshman year of high school, Vince started smoking pot. Cocaine became a weekend sports celebration during his junior year of high school. Vince became an addict after his team coach gave him a prescription narcotic drug in his second college year. Vince was involved in sports as early as he could remember. His family consisted of three sisters, one of the older and two of them younger than him. Both of his parents were supportive of him and good, hard-working people. "Growing up, I was instilled with morals and values." He was brought up to respect elders, women, and to have good social manners. "I remember going to this fight in third grade. Everybody started cursing and fighting. Immediately after that, I said my first curse word, then I went home and started watching fighting videos." He isn't sure if this one incident brought him down a negative road, but his life was very different after this experience. The next year in fourth grade, he ended up getting kicked out of school for fighting. "I was fighting and cursing and doing things kids that age shouldn't be doing." He felt a purpose playing sports as he was always asked to play with the older kids in the next league up. "Everything on the outside just mattered so much, and I thought that was who I was. I thought that I was based on all external things." However, if anything went wrong, he immediately turned to anger and aggression, which he remembers his father modeling for him at an early age. His school discipline record was horrible. However, the school let him slide because of his athletic abilities. Vince remembers not having any consequences for fighting during his high school years. This enabled him to continue this behavior, along with smoking pot with his friends. Listen in as Vince tells his story of how he lost his scholarship to Rutgers, what happened when he became addicted to opiate drugs, and his multiple attempts at getting sober. At Rock Recovery Center, we take a humanistic approach to recovery, teaching our clients how to live independently in a sober world. We care about the success and safety of each and every one of our clients from the moment they step into our center to the future of their well-being. Check out my new website where you can download any episode right from my site along with other useful information for those in recovery. Share this podcast with a friend and leave us a review! Show Notes: [03:09] Vince talks about his past experiences growing up in Philadelphia. [07:11] His first experience drinking in sixth grade. [13:33] Social acceptance and drug culture. [15:21] Personal identity associated with career for men. [18:25] Vince had his first experience with opiate drugs his senior year in high school. [19:45] He started stealing from his family to buy more opiate drugs. [25:11] The “Florida Shuffle” moving on from the treatment facility to another facility. [28:40] Ben talks about the incredible recovery culture in Florida. [33:10] Why Vince having his daughter wasn't enough to keep him sober. [37:01] Sobriety and addiction and how these two can easily interchange. [40:13] What is different for Vince in this recovery process? [43:42] His biggest fears for the recovery process. [45:27] Vince's spiritual AA experience. Episode Links and Resources Real Recovery Live Chat Real Recovery Talk on the Web Real Recovery Talk on YouTube Leave Real Recovery Talk a review on iTunes Rock Recovery Center Real Recovery Talk on Facebook Ideas for a show? Email us email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast editing and show notes by Pro Podcast Solutions
Burnout is a perpetual and industry agnostic issue. Every year burnout is a topic of conversation. However, the last two years brought unique circumstances. The past 12 months, in particular, have seen mass exodus from the workforce. And burnout is a common reason why. On this episode of CQP, we go over the latest data on what, why, and how of burnout within physical therapy. Tune in! Corporate Quality Index data: https://www.updocmedia.com/cqi-summer2021/
Executive Director and Founder of Alabaster HouseKimberly Genau has been serving government leaders and their spouses and staff since 1998, when she was hired by a prominent evangelical leader as a ministry liaison to Capitol Hill, a position she held for several years. Since that time, Kimberly has continued her outreach and ministry to government leaders and their families, primarily in Washington, DC, and continues to foster relationships between elected officials and spiritual leaders.To learn more about Kimberly and Alabaster House visit: https://www.alabasterhouse.org/-------------------------------------------► Sign Up For Our Newsletter! -https://bit.ly/flyovernewsletter► MEET US IN PERSON!! Text EVENTS to (816) 579-1144 to learn more► Watch ALL our content in FULL on Rumble! https://bit.ly/FlyoverRumble► Support Flyover Directly - https://www.flyoverconservatives.com/donate► Flyover Conservatives Gold and Silver Buyer of Choice - https://kirkelliottphd.com/flyover► Use Promo Code “ Flyover” when checking out at www.MyPillow.com
Host: Brenda Zane, www.brendazane.comGuest: Norman Stone, Director, The Final Fix documentaryShow notes: www.brendazane.com/hopestream/83Free e-book: www.brendazane.com/hindsightThe Stream, a community for moms: www.thestreamcommunity.comGet notified when The Final Fix is available in the U.S. www.brendazane.com/finalfixOf all the alternative therapies currently used for treating addiction, N.E.T. (neuro-electric therapy) makes the boldest claims. Without any use of medication, it promises to bring its patients off their drugs of addiction in 5-7 days, with little or no withdrawal symptoms and no future cravings. Could that possibly be true? And if so, why isn't it available everywhere as we continue to lose over 250 per day to drug overdoses?This episode is both inspiring, hopeful and maddening, all at the same time. Norman Stone, director of The Final Fix documentary, sat down with me to talk about his decades-long attempts at bringing N.E.T. to the forefront in hopes it will get approved as an addiction treatment in the United States and worldwide.In the early '70s Norman had a chance encounter with a world-renowned Scottish surgeon who had stumbled upon a non-pharmacological, non-invasive treatment protocol that got, among others, Eric Clapton off of heroin. In this episode, you'll hear that story, and also hear why this treatment and documentary are currently not available in the United States.What is the treatment? N.E.T. uses a small device that is taped over the mastoid bone, behind the patients' ears. Then, a carefully programmed series of tiny electrical pulses re-stimulate the production of the body's own natural pain killers, known as Endorphins and Enkephalins in the brain. For someone who's addicted to any substance these naturally produced opiates quickly become depleted, and even replaced, by the drug or alcohol. The pain and agony of withdrawal keep people trapped in a world that can revolve around drug-seeking, crime, ruined relationships, and often, death. N.E.T. changes all of that, and you'll hear how in this absolutely riveting episode.For those who want to be notified when The Final Fix documentary is available in the U.S. please go to www.brendazane.com/finalfix.
Change is in the air… I redecorated the storefront for Fall, and I got to buy some fun new things due to the flood damage. This month we are also rebranding as Uploft Interior Design! Don't worry, the podcast will stay as Affordable Interior Design - but it's by Uploft. I'm really excited about the change, and it's going to allow us to expand and grow. My life in general is a bit in flux right now, and I'm learning to enjoy the literal and metaphorical changes in seasons. This episode, I answer questions about... [5:14] The best decor and furniture arrangement for a rectangular space (Stacey) [19:03] Treatment for a small window (Ranae) [24:12] Choosing drapery colors and patterns (Cara) To see the accompanying pictures, make sure you head over to affordableinteriordesign.com/links and check out the YouTube channel or our social media pages. Links: Website: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com Book: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com/my-book Become a Premium Member: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Submit Your Questions: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/affordableinteriordesign Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AffIntDesign
Highlights from the conversation include: Sarah explains why she chose to focus on mental health, diversity and inclusion, advocacy, and philanthropy as key focuses when she became CEO of Sutter Health. 5:31Sarah discusses how health equity is not treating everyone the same, but focusing on producing the same, equitable outcomes for every person. 12:25California was able to greatly improve its maternal mortality rate due to focusing on equitable outcomes and not equitable care. 15:32Sarah delves into the advantages of being an integrated delivery network and the positives that bring to the communities and patients. 23:58Sarah shares her thoughts on the future of healthcare and the changes that need to be made to make healthcare more efficient. 29:20
In this episode of Critical Matters, we will discuss Ivermectin as a potential treatment for COVID-19. During the COVID-19 Delta surge, we have seen a sharp increase in the noise surrounding the use of Ivermectin. A record number of prescriptions have been filled during the last months and numerous news stories report families suing hospitals refusing to provide Ivermectin to patients. We will discuss the available evidence and the role of misinformation in this phenomenon. Additional Resources: The FDA approved drug Ivermectin inhibits replications of SARS-CoV2 in vitro: https://bit.ly/3ayUhvE Ivermectin to prevent hospitalizations in patients with COVID-19 (IVER-COVID 19): https://bit.ly/3DCOwJZ Effect of Ivermectin on Time to Resolution of Symptoms among Adults with Mild COVID-19: https://bit.ly/3v8QaQw Ivermectin for Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19 Infection: A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Trial Sequential Analysis to Inform Clinical Guidelines: https://bit.ly/3lB7rPh Ivermectin for the Treatment of Coronavirus Disease 2019: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis: https://bit.ly/3mU9s8w Ivermectin for preventing and treating COVID-19: Review: https://bit.ly/30dDzQD Books Mentioned in this Episode: Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know by Adam Grant: https://amzn.to/3j1CrGy
For women over the age of 40 looking to get pregnant, it is important to start working with a fertility specialist sooner than later. The treatment options available become more limited as we age, so finding the right doctor to help with conception can be a crucial step in your fertility plan. Dr. Kirtly Jones speaks with fertility expert
The Southeast has often been referred to as the “stone belt” due to the high number of people suffering from kidney stones each year. In this episode of the Inside Pediatrics Podcast, pediatric urologist Dr. Pankaj Dangle explains why kidney stones are on the rise among children and how hydration and a nutritious diet can help prevent them.
Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, the founder of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders is answering viewer questions about scripting, ABA therapy versus other treatment and much more in this episode of Ask Dr. Doreen! Check us out LIVE on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter or Twitch on Wednesdays @10am PT for chance to get YOUR question answered! YouTube: Autism Live Facebook: Autism Live Twitter: Autism Live Twitch: AutismLivePodcast 5:47 How to improve teeth grinding in sleep? 7:02 He gets to see a therapist once every 3 weeks. Part of the reason why is because the people that are seeing him don't have enough staff. Only the more "Important" cases get the most frequent therapy. He is hitting people and throwing things, wouldn't that be considered more "important?" What would you recommend? 16:55 How to Reduce Scripting? Dr. Doreen - My twin boys have improved so much over the past 6 months thanks to in home ABA. They are talking so much more and are getting their VB Mapp assessment this week. Excited and nervous! Wanted to know how to reduce scripting? At the moment I model a lot. I would ask them a question and answer for them. And they would learn. E.g. I would say, ”what did you have for breakfast?” And answer for them saying, “I had scrambled eggs. Is this the right way? 21:31 My son regressed at 3 he was completely verbal now 6 he is nonverbal and dealing with stimming, constant moving not able to sit for 1 min I can I improve his behavior. Currently we are doing speech. We have been in biomed for an entire year no result and also last year for the entire year we did ABA. 27:28 Tell me more about ABA Therapy vs other treatment/help. I disagree about meds always being needed for those who have both ADHD and autism because I have ADHD and am autistic. I am a college student who trained myself to study 8+ hours/day without meds. 38:32 Why can't one just teach us the logic from your perspective of why to integrate properly? If explained logically, it could help, I imagine. That way less reward technique needs to be done to teach us? 45:14 I am asking a question I never wanted to ask, I am friends with a guy with moderate to severe autism, he turned 27 in January. it is 3 questions in one so bear with me. this guy is 27 and is semi-banned from the pool where he lives. ill tell you the reason. one is flirting with underage lifeguards. he does not know boundaries at all and I'm afraid something will happen like an arrest or an angry dad or other relative beating him up for it, the second reason is that his special interest is lifeguards and lifeguarding. his diagnosis means that he cant pass the tests to apply, at the pool that he is semi banned from he wears lifeguard trunks, lifeguard shirts, and other lifeguard related stuff and it confused the people at the pool. he lives in an assisted living apartment and the caregivers don't watch out over him and that is the worst problem of all. what am I as a friend supposed to do, should I scare him straight, should I take him on a trip to the local jail, I've known this guy for a long time and I am, very concerned please help me. 51:10 My daughter was diagnosed with autism she also has bipolar ADHD ODD and reactive attachment disorder She's 13 years old and I'm having a hard time finding a ba for her. I started her on brain mapping and found out she had a concussion at some time do you think this will help her with her behavioral problems. Arizona She was born with opiates in her system she is my adopted daughter I'm 77 years old She had for falls on her head when she was two and the last one was two years ago 59:02 Is drinking Coke Zero at work okay?
In this episode, Blake Windsor, MD a pediatrician with a subspecialty in training for pediatric pain medicine, and a board certified headache specialist discusses post concussive headaches and unique challenges it poses. Headache is the most common post traumatic or post concussive symptom. Even when a child is given the appropriate care, in many cases we find that they still experience post-concussive pain long after we expect them to recover. He points that often there is much confusion and debate around what people refer to as Post-Concussive Syndrome, when in reality there seem to be somewhat arbitrary lines surrounding the term. Dr. Windsor also believes that pediatric pain medicine should be as common as other specialties, because it makes the work of other specialties much more streamline and accessible to patients. Listen in on this episode as Dr. Windsor walks us through the uniqueness of post-concussive headaches, various stages, risk factors, identification and treatment! Takeaways In This Episode How Dr. Windsor's experience with sickle cell patients in an inner city hospital led to his pursuit of a career in pediatric pain medicine What makes post-concussive headaches so unique Factors that result in a headache manifesting after traumatic brain injury Other risk factors to keep in mind while testing and which groups are more vulnerable to them Signs specific to post-concussive syndrome to look out for When is the right time for a pain specialist to be involved in post-concussive care? Treatments options to be considered after identifying their symptom cluster based on deficits exhibited His advice to the audience Links R. Blake Windsor, MD Connect with Dr. Windsor Other Helpful Podcast Episodes Episode #80. Stop treating Pain Like a Symptom! Post-Concussion Symptom Scale Clinicians' Pain Evaluation Toolkit Proactive Pain Solutions About the Guest Dr. R. Blake Windsor, M.D. He is the Chief of Primas Health Pediatric Pain Medicine in the Upstate. He is a pediatrician with subspecialty training in pediatric pain medicine and is both a board-certified headache specialist and medical acupuncturist in South Carolina. He attended the University of Georgia followed by Mercer University School of Medicine where he subsequently worked in a combined post-graduate training program between Harvard Medical School and Boston University School of Medicine. In 2018, he joined Prisma Health University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Greenville to launch the Carolinas' first comprehensive pediatric pain and headache program. It is the first comprehensive program of its kind in the Carolinas, and he leads a multidisciplinary group of pain specialists from medicine, nursing, psychology, and physical therapy. The team uses a multidisciplinary and holistic approach to complex medical diagnoses and symptoms, resulting in a comprehensive treatment plan that meets children and their families where they are and helps them break the cycle of pain.
Stephen Trimble's book, "The Mike File," explores the realities of mental illness and inadequate care through the real-life story of two brothers. Then, a new exhibit highlights the history of Indigenous slavery in Southern Colorado. And using virtual fences to herd cattle and save grassland.
Why do some people get better in a week while others take months to years? PCS” is the acronym that was originally assigned to Post-Concussion Syndrome which was defined as having 3 or more concussion-related symptoms 1 to 3 months or more after a concussion injury. The term Post-Concussion Syndrome was replaced a few years ago with “Persistent Concussion Symptoms” and more recently by “Prolonged Concussion Symptoms”. In any case, the acronym remains: P.C.S. Anyone who has struggled with PCS or knows someone who has knows how difficult this condition can be. We are often told by healthcare professionals that there is no treatment for this condition other than TIME. Recent research over the past decade however has uncovered a lot of new information regarding the CAUSES and TREATMENTS of this complex condition. In part 1 of this two part series we break down the CAUSES of persistent concussion symptoms. In part 2 we will discuss the treatments. Concussion is treatable. If you or someone you know is suffering with PCS, we hope this information will provide some guidance and hope to continue pushing on. If you'd like additional support in your recovery, check out our Concussion Fix program where we dive deep into each of these concepts and teach you how to take control of your recovery in a controlled and evidence-based way! https://concussiondoc.io/offer/the-concussion-fix/ Check out what our members have to say about the Concussion Fix program: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spilp6qLPac&t=0s For previous podcast episodes, visit: https://completeconcussions.com/resources/ask-concussion-doc/ CONCUSSION EDUCATION PROGRAMS: Healthcare Practitioners: https://completeconcussions.com/services-courses/healthcare-practitioners/become-a-clinic/ Coaches/Trainers/Teachers: https://completeconcussions.com/services-courses/sports-schools/ Follow us! www.completeconcussions.com www.instagram.com/completeconcussions www.facebook.com/completeconcussions twitter.com/ccmconcussions DISCLAIMER This is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of doctors and/or healthcare professionals. Patients should consult their physician and/or healthcare providers in matters relating to their health, and in particular, with respect to any concussion and/or symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.
Wouldn't it be great to know how you can maximize the effects of aesthetic treatments? As much as cosmetic procedures can accomplish incredible results, your lifestyle after the surgery can significantly enhance the outcome. Particularly with non-invasive procedures, you can maximize your aesthetic treatments by following a few simple tips. Listen in with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Steven Davis to learn about a few tweaks you can make after having a procedure performed to maximize the results.
Today, in episode 387, our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about how the delta variant has increased hospitalizations, how the vaccine can help lower your risk of long COVID, and how an antidepressant might be able to help treat COVID-19. As always, join us for all the COVID-19 information you need, explained in clear terms by health experts. Website: NoiseFilter - Complex health topics explained simply (noisefiltershow.com) Animations: NoiseFilter - YouTube Instagram: NoiseFilter (@noisefiltershow) • Instagram photos and videos Facebook: NoiseFilter Show | Facebook TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@noisefiltershow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/noisefilter/message
There is a study reported by the medical journal The Lancet about the increase in levels of anxiety and depression during the pandemic. The first sentence in the report got me thinking. Mental disorders are among the leading causes of the global health-related burden I have to look up the meaning of burden because I've never thought of my anxiety as a burden. A thorn, a pain in the ass, or at best, this thing that I have but not a burden. It has two meanings. a load, typically a heavy one. Or the main theme or gist of a speech, book, or argument. The Lancet is a UK publication and I'm an American bringing other meaning to the words used to describe mental health issues. At first, I took it as the world was burdened with people who have a mental health condition. Then I thought, maybe they mean the people that have a mental health condition that have the burden? I might be wrong about this, but I think this is the UK's English way of expressing a thesis statement. In this episode, a definition of depression and negative talk (or cognitive dissonance) symptoms when it comes to depression. Negative talk symptom isn't the opposite of so-called happy or positive thoughts. It is a pattern of thinking that is designed to invalidate the worth of a person or their value to other people. Resources Mentioned: Ad Age Mental Health is the Monumental Brief that Needs the Power of Our Industry. American Psychiatry Association explanation page What is Depression? Downloadable booklet – What is Depression? from the National Institute of Mental Health Also by NIMH, Signs and Symptoms of Depression. How Does Social Media Play a Role in Depression? a post by Very Well Mind Social Media and Mental Health via Helpguide.org If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741. Disclaimer: Links to other sites are provided for information purposes only and do not constitute endorsements. Always seek the advice of a qualified health provider with questions you may have regarding a medical or mental health disorder. This blog and podcast is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Nothing in this program is intended to be a substitute for professional psychological, psychiatric or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Ed and Monica Ferris have an incredible story to share of love, loss and finding a mission in helping others after their loss. Follow them at https://thebubblesproject.comEconomic Update - To schedule a time to talk to Kirk's Team Go To https://KirkElliottPHD.com/flyover-------------------------------------------► Sign Up For Our Newsletter! -https://bit.ly/flyovernewsletter► MEET US IN PERSON!! Text EVENTS to (816) 579-1144 to learn more► Watch ALL our content in FULL on Rumble! https://bit.ly/FlyoverRumble► Support Flyover Directly - https://www.flyoverconservatives.com/donate► Flyover Conservatives Gold and Silver Buyer of Choice - https://kirkelliottphd.com/flyover► Use Promo Code “ Flyover” when checking out at www.MyPillow.com
Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (BSO) causes premature menopause in younger women and is associated with reduced quality of life and cardiovascular, neurologic, and skeletal morbidity and mortality. Ekta Kapoor, MBBS, Associate Professor of Medicine and Assistant Director, Mayo Clinic Center for Women's Health, joins JAMA Editor Carolyn Crandall, MD, MS, from UCLA Health, to discuss care and treatment of women with early surgical menopause. Related Content: Treatment of Women After Bilateral Salpingo-oophorectomy Performed Prior to Natural Menopause
On the frontline of education Hannah Menshouse, The Red Patriot. She is a college student who moonlights as a patriot truth telling podcaster. We have seen her over and over at events over the past few months and had to highlight her story on our show! Check her out at ► https://theredpatriotshow.com/-------------------------------------------► Sign Up For Our Newsletter! -https://bit.ly/flyovernewsletter► MEET US IN PERSON!! Text EVENTS to (816) 579-1144 to learn more► Watch ALL our content in FULL on Rumble! https://bit.ly/FlyoverRumble► Support Flyover Directly - https://www.flyoverconservatives.com/donate► Flyover Conservatives Gold and Silver Buyer of Choice - https://kirkelliottphd.com/flyover► Use Promo Code “ Flyover” when checking out at www.MyPillow.com
Everyone can make a difference in the life of someone living with the disease by donating to breakthrough research. Living with metastatic breast cancer is overwhelming. There's a lot of information to process, emotions to deal with, and a constant balancing act between the reality of dealing with your disease and trying to stay present and live your best life. Although metastatic breast cancer cannot be cured today, it can be treated. Treatment focuses on extending life and maintaining quality of life and as treatments improve, so does survival. Our guest today is a young mom and is here to share her story of living with metastatic breast cancer and how she holds onto hope for a cure through research. Ashley, welcome to the show.
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Join host Dr. Natalie Crawford as she talks about luteal phase deficiency. Learn more about your menstrual cycle, why cycle tracking is important and possible underlying causes. Treatment options may include monitoring, ovulation induction, progesterone, or IVF. The menstrual cycle is a vital sign - it reflects your hormones.
Within the comedy world, Tom Scharpling is known as a bit of a Swiss Army Knife. He's the host of the long running Best Show, online now and on WFMU before that. He's a veteran TV writer on shows like Monk and What We Do In The Shadows. He directs music videos. Now he's a book writer, with the memoir It Never Ends. In that book and in our interview, he tells stories of his own mental health journey that he's never shared with an audience before.Tom started running into trouble with depression when he was around ten years old, which evolved into two hospital stays, the second of which involved electroconvulsive therapy. That treatment wiped out the depression but wiped out a big chunk of his memory in the process.Get your copy of It Never Ends: A Memoir With Nice Memories! at www.tomwroteabook.com or wherever books are found. Follow Tom on Twitter @scharpling.Thank you to all our listeners who support the show as monthly members of Maximum Fun. Hey, remember, you're part of Depresh Mode and we want to hear what you want to hear about. What guests and issues would you like to have covered in a future episode? Write us at email@example.com.Help is available right away.The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255, 1-800-273-TALKCrisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741.International suicide hotline numbers available here: https://www.opencounseling.com/suicide-hotlinesThe Depresh Mode newsletter is available twice a week. Subscribe for free and stay up to date on the show and mental health issues. https://johnmoe.substack.com/John's acclaimed memoir, The Hilarious World of Depression, is available here.Find the show on Twitter @depreshpod and Instagram @depreshpod.John is on Twitter @johnmoe.
Black people face major mental health obstacles, including a stigma that favors church over therapy, and Roy Wood Jr. comes to Jaboukie Young-White's aid. Originally aired December 2019. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com