Neste podcast: SHAZAM! As opiniões estão divididas no NerdCast de hoje! Vamos falar de Adão Negro com SPOILERS! ARTE DA VITRINE: Randall Random Versão Wallpaper da Vitrine PEDIDO DE DOAÇÃO Pedido de doação para Carlos Simões Lopes Gastal, está na UTI do Hospital Santa Catarina, Avenida Paulista 200, São Paulo/SP Precisa urgente de sangue B- ou O- Pedido de doação para HENRIQUE MELO TOSTA (11 anos), no HOSPITAL PEDIÁTRICO PRÓ CRIANÇA, doações podem ser feitas pelo Banco de Sangue Serum, Rio de Janeiro/RJ Pedido de doação para Maria Paula Ferrari de Melo, no Hospital Infantil Joinville Jesser Amarantes Farias, doações podem ser feitas pelo HemoSC, Joinville/SC. Dados da donatária: 21/10/2009 (Nascimento) 12233043960 (CPF) Pedido de doação para Lays de Sousa Queiroz, no Hospital Nossa Senhora de Fátima em Patos de Minas/MG. É possível direcionar essas doações em Patos de Minas, Uberaba e Uberlândia/MG (tipo de sangue é O-, mas todo tipo de sangue conta, doações de plaquetas também) Pedido de doação para Joinville, a cidade está sem reservas de sangue A+ E-MAILS Mande suas críticas, elogios, sugestões e caneladas para firstname.lastname@example.org EDIÇÃO COMPLETA POR RADIOFOBIA PODCAST E MULTIMÍDIA http://radiofobia.com.br
Come air your grievances with us! This was a much needed breather of laughs and ridiculousness so if you need a pause from the bs, this episode is for you. If you want the WHOLE episode...like 45 minutes of weirdness, a few minutes of possible paranormal activity, and all around deeper dive on our lists then check out Patreon! www.patreon.com/unqualifiedtherapistsinc Xo, Sarah and Amy Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
Skill Rock is a legendary graffiti writer from Los Angeles, CA and co-founder of the UTI graffiti crew. Topics: Hip Hop Roots, Parties at Beaumont, UTI, STP, Old English, Gang Styles, and other calligraphy styles, Snap, Bus Writing, Tag Banging, + More.
Lately it's felt like Trashy Divorces alums have been dominating the headlines, and not for any good reasons. Stacie catches us up with the costly anti-Semitism of Ye, the bizarre bird business blunders of Elon Musk, and the (allegedly) UTI-inducing management practices of Jeff Bezos. Seriously: Someone should probably check on our oligarchs. Sponsors Lomi by Pela. Turn your food waste into dirt with the press of a button with Lomi! Use the code TRASHY to save $50 at lomi.com/TRASHY. FX's Fleishman Is In Trouble. Streaming on Hulu on November 17. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Visit Betterhelp.com/trashy and get 10% off your first month when you sign up at the link! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Levi and Shane are talking NFL, more Elon Musk Twitter stuff, Jeff Bezos' housekeepers UTI's, Bitcoin seizure of $3.3 Billion, Delaware Lotto winner's continued luck, SAT blunder by UPS and the Billboard 200. https://linktr.ee/WOKpod *LINKS* https://www.cnn.com/2022/11/06/tech/twitter-verification-delay-midterms/index.html https://www.reuters.com/technology/twitter-asks-some-laid-off-workers-come-back-bloomberg-news-2022-11-06/ https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/comedian-kathy-griffin-suspended-twitter-mocking-ceo-elon-musk-rcna55916 https://news.yahoo.com/jeff-bezos-housekeepers-got-utis-170000332.html https://www.cnbc.com/2022/11/07/feds-seize-3point36-billion-in-bitcoin-the-second-largest-recovery-so-far.html https://edition.cnn.com/2022/11/06/us/delaware-lottery-two-prizes-trnd/index.html https://www.cnn.com/2022/11/06/us/el-paso-lost-sat-tests-trnd/index.html
It's the Warm Up Hour! With the former housekeeper of Jeff Bezos suing him for alleged mistreatment, including having to hold it in for extended periods of time (the the point of UTI's...omg). We ask you how long you have had to hold it in?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
An 82-year-old client lives with bladder cancer. After cataract surgery, he developed a urinary tract infection (UTI) and sepsis and had to spend 10 days in the hospital. Now he's home, on IV antibiotics, and wants a massage. His therapist wonders, will he ever be able to receive massage again? Sponsors: Books of Discovery: www.booksofdiscovery.com Advanced-Trainings: www.advanced-trainings.com Host Bio: Ruth Werner is a former massage therapist, a writer, and an NCBTMB-approved continuing education provider. She wrote A Massage Therapist's Guide to Pathology, now in its seventh edition, which is used in massage schools worldwide. Werner is also a long-time Massage & Bodywork columnist, most notably of the Pathology Perspectives column. Werner is also ABMP's partner on Pocket Pathology, a web-based app and quick reference program that puts key information for nearly 200 common pathologies at your fingertips. Werner's books are available at www.booksofdiscovery.com. And more information about her is available at www.ruthwerner.com. Recent Articles by Ruth: “Working with Invisible Pain,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, November/December 2022, page 36, http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1481961-november-december-2022/38 “Unpacking the Long Haul,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, January/February 2022, page 35, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1439667-january-february-2022/36. “Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy and Massage Therapy,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, September/October 2021, page 33, http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1402696-september-october-2021/34. “Pharmacology Basics for Massage Therapists,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, July/August 2021, page 32, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1384577-july-august-2021/34. Resources: Pocket Pathology: https://www.abmp.com/abmp-pocket-pathology-app IHACW: Descending Necrotizing Mediastinitis https://www.abmp.com/podcasts/ep-148-descending-necrotizing-mediastinitis-dnm-i-have-client-who-pathology-conversations-ruth M&B article on sepsis and post-sepsis syndrome http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1417136-november-december-2021/42?token=ZWM1ZjJmODdiNTEwOWZiM2ViMWYzNDQ1YzIxYTJjMmJkYWZlMWE0NQ%3D%3D About our Sponsor: About Til Luchau and Advanced-Trainings.com: As a Certified Advanced Rolfer™, Til was on the faculty of the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute® for 20 years, where he served as Coordinator and Faculty Chair of the Foundations of Rolfing Structural Integration program. The author of the Advanced Myofascial Techniques textbook series (which has been translated into 6 languages), his regular Myofascial Techniques and Somatic Edge columns have been featured in Massage & Bodywork magazine since 2009, and (along with Whitney Lowe) he co-hosts the popular Thinking Practitioner Podcast. He is the Director of Advanced-Trainings.com which since 1985 has offered short, credit-approved professional trainings and certification for manual therapists of all types, in person and online. Website: Advanced-Trainings.com Email: email@example.com Facebook: facebook.com/Advanced.Trainings1/ Instagram: instagram.com/tilluchau YouTube: youtube.com/user/AdvancedTrainings
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On past episodes, we have discussed Bipolar Disorder from the lens of the partner and caregiver. We have also discussed the definition as described by the DSM-5 from the lens of a professional psychologist. For this episode, we get to hear the story and experiences from a person living with Bipolar Disorder. Mik shares with us her story of mental health from childhood to the present time. She shares her journey through therapists, medications, introspection, and research to bring her to a space of healing. Learn more about Mik here. Mik works for Matcha. Matcha "believes in a future where you can be more open with your therapist and doctors. Where you look forward to seeing them because you know and feel that they care about you. Where, no matter what insurance you have, you can find someone very quickly that you can have a lasting relationship with." We love getting to hear about this company from the perspective of one of their employees. Learn more about Matcha here. Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
This week Bri talks with guest, Caoilfhionn, about her experience with vulvar/pelvic pain, chronic UTI's & Interstitial Cystitis and how this impacted her sexual pleasure. In this episode: Healing UTI's naturallyDifferentiating between various painsSomatic Therapy Connecting to sensation Enjoying sensuality in your every dayScriptless sexAsking your partner for what you wantCaoilfhionn Nic Conmara is a coach specializing in Sex, Desire & Relationships. She teaches people how to have more pleasure in their lives, how to ask for what they want in bed & in their relationships. She is the host of the podcast ‘In Bed with Caoi”, which you can find on all major podcasting platforms. She is currently running a program: The Pleasure UpgradeFollow Caoilfhionn:IG: @caoilfhionn.ni.conmaraWebsite: caoinicc.comPodcast: In Bed with CaoiConnect with Bri: Instagram: @_brianna_carey_Website: Intimacy EvolutionConnect with Mark:Instagram: @mark_carey_lpc
Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions: Barbara: What is the best product to purchase to start getting healthy overall? Nan: Hi Dr.Cabral, Thank you for taking the time to answer our questions! I have been using elimination diets to figure out what was causing my digestive and hormonal issues. I realized that i am very sensitive to lectins and salicylates. I do not want to stay on an elimination diet for too long to the detriment of my nutrition but have been unable to find good multivitamin and minerals and the Equilife ones do not ship to my country. I am therefore trying to diversify my diet however i can. I can now eat lectins foods that have been soaked and pressure cooked. I can also have a few histamine foods when i intermittent fast. However, i have been unable to reintroduce salicylates. I have been doing epsom salt baths and once in a while i can have a medium salicylate food but only like once a week. I have tested and I do not have any underlying digestive issues like SIBO or bacterial imbalance. What can i do to be able to reintroduce salicylates? Your episode on salicylates was incredibly insightful but i am unsure what to do after the low salicylate diet. How long do i have to stay on it? Ps: my mother has always had salicylate issues so maybe there is a genetic component behind my issue processing/detoxing salicylates? Looking forward to your input! Thank you so much! Danny: Hi Dr. Carbral! I'm a 4th yr medical student and aspiring functional medicine doctor, I have learned so much from your podcast and love tuning in everyday! In short: I have 4 homozygous polymorphisms of COMT, for which (if I'm not mistaken) I should supplement hydroxy B12 and avoid methyl B12 & methyl folate. I also have a heterozygous polymorphism of MTHFR (C677T) for which I should take methyl B12 & methyl folate. It seems like what is therapeutic for one problem is toxic for the other and vice versa. Hence my question, what should I do? Will supplementing with both hydroxy and methyl B12 'counteract' each other like 2 horses running in opposite directions? I also recently did your organic acids test and had a follow up call with Caitlin, which was really helpful! On my OAT, my quinolinic/serotonin ratio was high (9.0), and we concluded that this was due to low serotonin (.08) as my quinolinic level was .72. I know MTHFR is involved in the synthesis of serotonin (via tryptophan), could the lower serotonin level be due to this MTHFR mutation? I know this is pretty detailed stuff but I'm hope there are other ppl out there with both COMT and MTHFR polymorphisms who have had similar questions. Really appreciate you taking time to do these house calls and for the awesome podcast! Best, Danny Lorena: Working with a male client that is a Pitta and is 32. Saliva test showed normal DHEA, progesterone & testosterone as well as adrenal phase 3. However, his estrogen was significantly high. It's not from adipose tissue because he's quite fit. Pretty much plant-based (all organic) with the occasional grass-fed beef, no exposure to xenoestrogens as all cleaning products as well as personal products are 100% natural. Eats a lot of cruciferous veg everyday (this should have helped with estrogen detoxification). He does eat organic tofu twice a week so I wonder whether it would be that? I read somewhere that dietary intake wouldn't raise estrogen levels so much… I'm just so confused right now. He is prone to hair loss so not sure whether there's a conversion issue from testosterone to estrogen. Vic: Hi Dr Cabral, First of all, love your work. I have had reoccurring UTIs for about 1.5 years. I have completed the CBO protocol, finisher and 2 x 7 day detoxes starting about a year ago which has helped with a lot of issues that I had found relief from no where else, so a big thank you for that. However I still have had to do your UTI protocol nearly constantly. I have relief when on the protocol but symptoms a few days after stopping. I was wondering if there were any long term detrimental effects of doing this protocol constantly or having this issue for so long? I have tried all the basic lifestyle tips and listened to your previous UTI podcasts but can't seem to find a story quite like mine. I don't take antibiotics anymore and have had countless confirmed culture tests that show an infection. Unfortunately I'm on a tight budget at the moment so most testing and treatment I cannot afford at this time, so any general advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. 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From the a seat at the bar to a school Budapest, and all American movie theaters in between, smiling can be a spooky sentiment in the right context. Listen in and let us know...which part do you find the scariest? Is it the horror movie? Or your interactions at the bar being told to "smile more?" Let me guess...is it the real life school with smiling contraptions strapped to your face? YIKES. It's all spooky and scary this week with some facts that will make your jaw drop and some that will have you...dare we say it...smiling ear to ear. TW: Some talk of suicide included in this episode. Find some pics for this episode on our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/unqualifiedtherapists/ Articles and media referenced in this episode: https://gizmodo.com/the-creepy-story-of-how-budapest-became-a-city-of-smil-1635708606 https://www.vintag.es/2016/07/budapest-had-smile-club-to-stop-people.html Fair Use Doctrine: YouTube video: Funny or Die, The Get Go: Smile: https://youtu.be/AX4sf1JVY24 Gloomy Sunday - English version released by Billie Holiday in 1941. Lyrics by Sam M Lewis and Desmond Carter. Elf - New Line Cinema Production company Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the kidneys are the powerhouse of vitality. Low "Kidney Xi" means that the body may be generally deficient, worn down, and lacking health.When we consider the physiologic role of the kidneys in filtering the blood, the body's life energy, the importance of kidney energetics becomes clear.In the psycho spiritual world, the kidneys represent stress and control - the universal issues for mankind.The bladder and urinary system, parts more vulnerable to acute ailment, represent blame, manipulation, and being "pissed off!"In today's Wisdom Wednesday, we explore these deeper topics to gain insight into how we can harmonize and heal the subtle body in support of general health and wellbeing. Some highlights from today's WW episode on Kidney Energy...The phenomenon of urinary urgency and the mind's role in needing to pee!The primary cause of UTIs (E coli bacteria) and why we may have UTI symptoms without a proper "infection"How feeling "PISSED OFF" in relationships to others can manifest bladder/urinary issuesSome relationship insights and how to create more healthy intimacy, as well as kidney/urinary harmonyThe power of communicating from a grounded place in relation to self and others while letting emotions flow!Links to some more good stuff- Get weekly Meal Guides: https://www.alter.health/meal-guides- Stay connected on Telegram: https://t.me/alterhealth - Cleanse with Us during the next Alter Health Cleanse: https://www.alter.health/cleanse- Work with us in the Thrive on Plants program: https://www.alter.health/thrive-on-plants- ATTN Health Practitioners! Learn more and apply to the Plant Based Mind Body Practitioner Program: https://www.alter.health/pbmb-practitionerPeace and Love.
We're exploring the world of a fast growing startup in the women's health tech space as I sit down with the co-founder and CEO of Cheeky Bonsai, Elise Orthwein. Cheeky Bonsai is just over one year old but have quickly positioned themselves as a fast rising startup in the women's health space offering UTI products and period patches sold online and in-stores at Target across the U.S. In addition, they provide educational content surrounding women's health through their blog "The Cheeky" and their IG and TikTok content. In this episode we discuss:
Lynette opens this week's first episode of For Crying Out Loud recapping the ordeal she went through after getting home from last week's episode recordings. Then, Stefanie talks about a UTI she recently got. After that, Lynette tells Stef about a new docuseries she's been watching. This leads the ladies to wrap up the show with a discussion about the Netflix show Love Is Blind. And thanks for supporting today's sponsors: Vegamour.com/FCOL enter FCOL, JoinHoney.com/FCOL, Geico, PlutoTV
Your kidneys filter about 45 gallons of blood per day. About ~1-2% of that makes it's way into the toilet as urine.Maintaining the health and function of kidneys filtration and urinary excretion is essential for health!While it's common for kidney function to decline with age (just like it's common for blood pressure and/or cholesterol to rise) it is by no means HEALTHY.In today's Medicinal Monday episode we bring you information to support you in creating and maintaining balance and harmony for your kidneys as well as fluidity to the urinary tract.Reminder! Podcast episodes are prerecorded through November at which point the Podcast will be undergoing some changes. We look forward to the next rendition! Some highlights from today's episode on Kidney and Urinary Function...How the kidneys are designed to filter our blood and how high protein diets put a strain on the filtration mechanism, as well as other factors that decline kidney functionThe intricate electrolyte balancing act and the importance of mineral-rich cellular hydration for kidney functionHow calcium oxalate kidney stones form - and it doesn't have to do with calcium or oxalate consumption!Where the E Coli bacteria come from that throw of urinary microbiome and cause UTI symptoms - this might surprise you!Preventing and treating UTI symptoms naturally to avoid antibioticsLinks to some more good stuff- Get the Alter Health weekly WFPB Meal Guides: https://www.alter.health/meal-guides- Cleanse with Us during the next Alter Health Cleanse: https://www.alter.health/cleanse- Work with us in the Thrive on Plants program: https://www.alter.health/thrive-on-plants- ATTN Health Practitioners! Learn more and apply to the Plant Based Mind Body Practitioner Program: https://www.alter.health/pbmb-practitionerPeace and Love.
Let's revive an old practice that may one day help you treat uncomplicated cystitis without having to admit your patient to the hospital Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 80 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution, seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of, any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
The only thing more miserable than a urinary tract infection (UTI) is when it happens again, and again, and again. But, good news, there are ways to prevent post-menopause RECURRENT URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS. But sometimes urinary urgency, burning, and that “gotta go” feeling is NOT FROM an INFECTION, and need a completely different kind of treatment. You need to know the difference. In this episode, Dr. Streicher covers: WHY post menopause women have so many UTIs The typical symptoms of a UTI What BLOOD in the urine means Why symptoms that MIMIC a UTI but are not caused by an infection Why it is important to get a URINE CULTURE or PCR testing A new at HOME way to get rapid urine testing and antibiotic sensitivity Strategies that DO NOT WORK to PREVENT recurrent urinary tract infections Strategies that DO WORK to PREVENT recurrent urinary tract infections How a LOCAL VAGINAL ESTROGEN can reduce or eliminate both recurrent infections and bothersome bladder symptoms that are not from an infection A non-antibiotic option, methenamine (Hiprax™) will reduce recurrence Strategies that MIGHT work For more information on MY UTI- Rapid at-home testing delivered to your doorstep Website: www.myuti.com Facebook: @myutiwebsite Twitter: @uti_my For more detailed information on genitourinary syndrome of menopause, treatment options, and the impact on bladder function: Episode 3: What's Up Down There? Genital Dryness & Misbehaving Bladders Episode 5: Vaginal Estrogen- Rings, Creams, and Other Things Episode 6: Your Post Menopause Urethra and Why You Should Care- with Dr. Kelly Casperson Episode 11: Vaginal Estrogen is Not Poison Slip Sliding Away: Turning Back the Clock on Your Vagina-A gynecologist's guide to eliminating post-menopause dryness and pain Lauren Streicher, MD is a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine and the medical director of the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause. She is a certified menopause practitioner of the North American Menopause Society. Dr. Streicher is the medical correspondent for Chicago's top-rated news program, the WGN Morning News, and has been seen on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, NPR, Dr. Radio, Nightline, Fox and Friends, The Steve Harvey Show, CBS This Morning, ABC News Now, NBCNightlyNews,20/20, and World News Tonight. She is an expert source for many magazines and serves on the medical advisory board of The Kinsey Institute, Self Magazine, and Prevention Magazine. She writes a regular column for The Ethel by AARP and Prevention Magazine. Subscribe and Follow Dr. Streicher on DrStreicher.com Instagram @DrStreich Twitter @DrStreicher Facebook @DrStreicher YouTube DrStreicherTV Books by Lauren Streicher, MD Slip Sliding Away: Turning Back the Clock on Your Vagina-A gynecologist's guide to eliminating post-menopause dryness and pain Hot Flash Hell: A Gynecologist's Guide to Turning Down the Heat Sex Rx- Hormones, Health, and Your Best Sex Ever The Essential Guide to Hysterectomy
“They have taken my past, I'm not going to let them take my future.” Elle Seline Elle Seline is a mental health warrior and musician who shares her Borderline Personality Disorder journey to break stigma. She also has made news when she became the first woman in history to compete in the Miss Great Britain pageant wearing no makeup. Elle shares her story with us in her gorgeous accent. She touches on so many relatable topics, grief, sexual assault, bullying, misdiagnosis, and not fitting in. Elle's bravery in showing up as her authentic self in the pageant, her Instagram page, and telling her story across the world through interviews like these, is going to help young girls see that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Things do get better. Instagram: elle_seline_official Ms Great Britain contestant to compete make-up free “Makeup-free Miss England Finalist defies unrealistic beauty standards” Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
Welcome to Episode 20 of the Movement Logic Podcast! In this episode, Sarah interviews Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist Stephanie Predergast, co-founder of the Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center, about everything and anything pelvic floor related. Stephanie also answers your questions from Instagram! Here's what we cover:Understanding the mechanics and function of the pelvic floor and how it's different than other muscles in the bodyWhy strengthening your pelvic floor is not always the goal and how it might make your incontinence symptoms worseThe difference between stress incontinence and urge incontinenceWhy dyspurnia (painful sex) and vulvodynia (vulvar pain) are treatable but might get misdiagnosed as an ‘incurable disease'When pelvic floor muscular dysfunction gets misdiagnosed as a UTI, depending on which kind of practitioner you seeThe efficacy and safety of hormone therapy for menopause symptoms according to NAMS (North American Menopause Society) What is GSM (Genitourinary Symptoms of Menopause) and how is it treatablePelvic floor concerns for people with male genitalia, a chronically underserved populationWhy people with low back or hip pain very often have an underlying pelvic floor issueWhat are some signs that a movement teacher can look out for with their clients to indicate they may need to see a pelvic floor specialist (and a screening questionnaire included below)What is the female pelvic triad and how teenage athletes may need help Reference links:As the Pelvis Turns NewsletterNAMS position paper on hormone therapyPique Health for online care for pelvic floor and sexual health Poise Impressa for incontinence supportSpeax by Thinx for incontinence supportQuick Screen for pelvic floor PTPHRC YouTube pagePelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center (they're hiring PTs!)Watch the video of this conversation at: www.movementlogictutorials.com/podcastWant more Movement Logic? Follow us on IG: @movementlogictutorials Get on our mailing list for tons of free content Contact us (we're super friendly) Thanks for listening!
Dr Samantha Newman is a rockstar women's health specialist with a personal interest in supporting women through menopause. In this World Menopause Day episode, we are breaking the taboos and discussing vaginal dryness, a symptom that affects 30% of women in the menopause life stage - but that's only the percentage of women who will share that. Dr Samantha believes it's much more than 30%. We discuss EVERYTHING: * What is vaginal dryness and why does it happen in menopause? * What are the symptoms? *What is the impact on women physically, mentally, emotionally and relationally? * Sex and libido in menopause * UTI's * Spin workouts * Self pleasure and vibrators * Lubricants, vaginal moisturisers and oestrogen cream You can make an appointment with Dr Samantha Newman through her website FemaleGP SEXY AGEING Fitness and Lifestyle APP - FREE WEEK TRIAL SEXY AGEING Menopause Management Online Course SEXYAGEING WEBSITE --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tracy-minnoch/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tracy-minnoch/support
Mental Health has been a mystery since the beginning of time. It is complex and difficult to understand and even more challenging to treat. There have been extreme and terrifying treatments over the years. We share our top 10 in no particular order. We couldn't bring ourselves to order them because each of them is as disturbing and upsetting as the next. Luckily we have come a long way in treatment for mental health, but there is always room to do better. The one thing we can do today to make things better for those struggling with mental illness is to understand that it is not scary. So while these treatments of the past are quite scary, the mental illness itself is not. Stopping the stigma around Mental Health is the most important thing we can do. Talking about it helps to normalize it. So join us in our fight to stop the stigma: share your story, listen to others, and educate yourself to understand the things you don't know about before making judgments. Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
Hannah bravely shares how her two young daughters developed febrile seizures. Although febrile seizures are common, it is something that isn't talked about enough. Hannah will shed some light for families walking through this diagnosis and provide you with ways to navigate the practicality and emotions that come along with it. [2:47] Hannah introduces her family [4:45] Sharing symptoms and instincts [6:08] Finding her daughter, Hadley, unresponsive in her crib [8:16] Hand foot and mouth was the initial culprit of the fever [10:52] Discharge instructions after having a febrile seizure [11:43] How prayer and a supportive husband gave Hannah the ability to cope [12:45] Hannah shares about her second daughter, Madison [14:40] Madison has her first febrile seizure [16:39] The after effects of a febrile seizure [19:09] Madison's second seizure [20:58] Hannah shares how the week prior she had a CPR and First Aid refresher course [23:27] Madison showed no symptoms but ended up having a UTI, ear infection and pharyngitis [27:04] Madison's third seizure [30:28] Back to back seizures [32:16] Hannah shares the instructions from the dispatcher [33:29] Bloodwork to diagnose Madison [34:45] Hannah explains how reoccurring febrile seizures can result in a seizure disorder [37:40] Connecting with a friend whose son has had febrile seizures [38:33] Tips for prevention [40:12] After effects of febrile seizures [41:07] Being sensitive to illness [44:24] Talking about motherly instinct Connect with Hannah Instagram Whether you are a parent or professional, we want you to join our community. Sign up for our newsletter here. Parents, download our free parent starter kit. When you download our starter kit, you'll learn how to: Give medicine to your child without it becoming a wrestling match Prepare your child (and yourself) for a shot so they can feel less anxious Create and use a coping plan for any medical appointment or procedure The first sign of sniffles, or worse, shouldn't send you into a tailspin. Feel confident in your role as a parent and advocate, no matter what medical situation you're facing. Child life specialists, get affordable PDUs on-demand here. Shop for your CLOC gear here. Catch up with CLOC on Instagram, Facebook and meet Katie for a Q+A every Monday at 10 AM CST.
Irregular contractions, belly button measurements, peeing after sex. Hear five common questions asked about Braxton Hicks contractions, including what time of day they appear most active and how they feel compared to labor contractions [3:36]. Celeste and Dave discuss all the details surrounding Week 21 of their pregnancy with their carrot baby boy [00:40]. This week's updates cover leaky boobs caused by full milk ducts [9:47], body acceptance and stretch marks [10:28], and UTI prevention [12:02]. Registered Dietician and Nutrition Coach, Kathryn Gantt, returns to join Celeste in a vulnerable conversation surrounding: Internal grounding strategies when being triggered [23:08] Signs of an eating disorder developing or re-emerging [25:14] Finding trust in our bodies [33:10] The difference between disordered eating and eating disorder [39:47] Creating open and non-judgemental food spaces for children [47:30] Accepting where you are with body acceptance [1:06:09] SHOW NOTES: Kathryn Gantt Website Kathryn Gantt Email: GanttNutrition@gmail.com Kathryn Gantt IG Celeste Busa IG Dave Hill IG THE SHOW: Please rate and review the show on iTunes. It helps the show grow and be discovered. Follow WEEK BY WEEK on Instagram, @weekbyweekpodcast Check out our playlist on YouTube Browse our blog at weekbyweekpodcast.com You can contact us at WeekByWeekShow@gmail.com © 2022 Gumption Pictures
Os principais temas do check-up de hoje são: esofagite aguda, retorno a direção após cirurgia do manguito rotador, infecção urinária por cândida, avaliação neurocognitiva em crianças que ficaram na UTI e nova diretriz do instituto americano de infectologia para diarreia.
Episode 112: Statins in Primary CareDr. Tiwana explains the use of statins for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease.Written by Ripandeep Tiwana, MD (Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Cedar Sinai Medical Center – Heart Institute). Edition of text and comments by Hector Arreaza, MD.____________________________________________You are listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast, your weekly dose of knowledge brought to you by the Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program from Bakersfield, California, a UCLA-affiliated program sponsored by Clinica Sierra Vista, Let Us Be Your Healthcare Home. This podcast was created for educational purposes only. Visit your primary care provider for additional medical advice.Definition.Statins commonly referred to as lipid-lowering medications, are important in primary care as they serve multiple long-term benefits than just lipid lowering alone. They are HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors. As a refresher, this is the rate-controlling enzyme of the metabolic pathway that produces cholesterol. This enzyme is more active at night, so statins are recommended to be taken at bedtime instead of during the day. Statins are most effective at lowering LDL cholesterol. However, they also help lower triglycerides and raise HDL cholesterol.Statins are not limited to just patients with hyperlipidemia. They reduce illness and mortality in those who have diabetes, have a history of cardiovascular disease (including heart attack, stroke, peripheral arterial disease), or are simply at high risk for cardiovascular disease. Statins are used for primary and secondary prevention.Types of statins.How do we determine which statin our patients need?First, we need to know that not all statins are created equal. They vary by intensity and potency thus, and they are categorized as either low, moderate, or high intensity.Several statins are available for use in the United States. They include Atorvastatin (Lipitor), Fluvastatin (Lescol XL), Lovastatin (Altoprev), Pitavastatin (Livalo, Zypitamag), Pravastatin (Pravachol), Rosuvastatin (Crestor, Ezallor), Simvastatin (Zocor)Commonly used in clinics: Simvastatin, Atorvastatin, and Rosuvastatin.Statin Dosing and ACC/AHA Classification of Intensity Low-intensity Moderate-intensity High-intensityAtorvastatin NA 1 10 to 20 mg 40 to 80 mgFluvastatin 20 to 40 mg 40 mg 2×/day; XL 80 mg NALovastatin 20 mg 40 mg NAPitavastatin 1 mg 2 to 4 mg NARosuvastatin NA 5 to 10 mg 20 to 40 mgSimvastatin 10 mg 20 to 40 mg NAOf note, atorvastatin and rosuvastatin are only for moderate or high-intensity use, and do not use simvastatin 80 mg.Identifying patients at risk.How do we determine who needs statin therapy?Once we become familiar with the different statins, we must figure out which intensity is advised for our patient. Recommendations for statin therapy are based on guidelines from The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), American Diabetes Association (ADA), and the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association (ACC/AHA) which recommend utilizing the ASCVD risk calculator in those patients who do not already have established cardiovascular disease.ASCVD stands for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, defined as coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, or peripheral arterial disease presumed to be of atherosclerotic origin. ASCVD remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States, especially in individuals with diabetes.The ASCVD risk score determines a patient's 10-year risk of cardiovascular complications, such as a myocardial infarction or stroke. This risk estimate considers age, sex, race, cholesterol levels, use of blood pressure medication, diabetic status, and smoking status. Regarding age, this calculator only applies to the age range of 40-79 as there is insufficient data to predict risk outside this age group.There are several online and mobile applications available to calculate this score. Once calculated it gives a recommendation for which intensity statin to use. However, as this is a recommendation, it is essential to use your own clinical judgment to decide what is best for your individual patient. Please refer to the above table as a reference for which statin and dose you may consider using.Keeping the above calculator in mind, additional statin guidelines are recommended by the ACC:Patients ages 20-75 years and LDL-C ≥190 mg/dl use high-intensity statin without risk assessment. (You do not need the calculator.)People with type 2 diabetes and aged 40-75 years use moderate-intensity statins, and risk estimate to consider high-intensity statins. (It means moderate for all diabetics older than 40, high for some.)Age >75 years, clinical assessment, and risk discussion. Age 40-75 years and LDL-C ≥70 mg/dl and 10%. Grade B recommendation: prescribe a statin for the primary prevention of CVD.Grade C – 40-75 years with >= 1 cardiovascular risk factor AND estimated 10-year ASCVD risk 7.5-10%. Grade C recommendation: selectively offer a statin for the primary prevention of CVD. The likelihood of benefit is smaller in this group than in persons with a 10-year risk of 10% or greater.Grade I - The USPSTF found insufficient evidence to recommend for or against initiating a statin for the primary prevention of CVD events and mortality in adults 76 years or older.The USPSTF is also very clear regarding the intensity of statin therapy. They explained that there is limited data directly comparing the effects of different statin intensities on health outcomes. Most of the trials they reviewed used moderate-intensity statin therapy. They conclude that moderate-intensity statin therapy seems reasonable for most persons' primary prevention of CVD.The USPSTF has a broader recommendation, whereas the ACC guidelines are more detailed and individualized and provide guidance on the recommended intensity of statin therapy.Labs needed.Establish baseline labs for serum creatinine, LFTs, and CK only if there is a myopathy risk. Routine monitoring of LFTs, serum creatinine, and CK is unnecessary; only check if clinically indicated.A lipid panel should be checked in 6-8 weeks, and the patient should monitor themselves for any side effects, including myalgias. If LDL-C reduction is adequate (≥30% reduction with intermediate statins and 50% with high-intensity statins), regular interval monitoring of risk factors and compliance with statin therapy is necessary to sustain long-term benefit.Side effects and contraindications.Some common side effects include URI-like symptoms, headache, UTI, and diarrhea. Some patients are very hesitant to take any medications. Warning about side effects may decrease compliance. Major contraindications for statin therapy include active liver disease, muscle disorders, pregnancy, and breastfeeding.Special considerations.Chronic kidney disease: The preferred statins for CKD with severe renal impairment are atorvastatin and fluvastatin because they do not require dose adjustment. Pravastatin would be a second choice.Chronic liver disease: Statins are contraindicated in patients with decompensated cirrhosis or acute liver failure. Abstinence from alcohol is critical in patients with chronic liver disease who are taking statins. Pravastatin and rosuvastatin are the preferred agents. Check lipid levels to determine if LDL-C reduction is accomplished with no changes in aminotransferases. You may consider stopping, increasing dose, or changing statin as you discuss the risks vs. benefits with your patient.Conclusion: Simply put, if a patient has an LDL of greater than 190, is a diabetic, has an established history of cardiovascular disease, or is at risk for it, then the patient should ideally be taking a statin unless there is a contraindication, allergy, or other special circumstance that limits him/her from doing so. If you have patients that apply to any of the above scenarios and are not already on a statin, determine their risk, and consider starting them on a statin “stat” to reduce morbidity and mortality. On the other hand, be mindful of overprescribing. Do not prescribe statins to patients who do not meet the above criteria.________________________________________Now we conclude our episode number 113, “Statins in Primary Care.” Statins are powerful medications for the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Do not forget to recommend non-pharmacologic measures such as healthy eating and physical activity, but let's also consider adding a statin to patients who are at moderate to high risk for cardiovascular disease.This week we thank Hector Arreaza and Ripandeep Tiwana. Audio by Adrianne Silva.Even without trying, every night, you go to bed a little wiser. Thanks for listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast. We want to hear from you; send us an email at RioBravoqWeek@clinicasierravista.org, or visit our website riobravofmrp.org/qweek. See you next week!______________________________________References:1. Statins, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, 2014, December 16, fda.gov, https://www.fda.gov/drugs/information-drug-class/statins, accessed September 14, 2022.2. Chou R, Cantor A, Dana T, et al. Statin Use for the Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Adults: A Systematic Review for the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force [Internet]. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2022 Aug. (Evidence Synthesis, No. 219.) Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK583661/3. 2019 ACC/AHA Guideline on the Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease: A Report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Practice Guidelines. J Am Coll Cardiol 2019; March 17. https://www.acc.org/latest-in-cardiology/ten-points-to-remember/2019/03/07/16/00/2019-acc-aha-guideline-on-primary-prevention-gl-prevention. 4. ASCVD Risk Estimator Plus, published by the American College of Cardiology, https://tools.acc.org/ascvd-risk-estimator-plus/#!/calculate/estimate/, accessed September 14, 2022.5. Statin Use for the Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Adults: Preventive Medication, U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, Final Recommendation Statement, 2022, August 23. https://uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf/recommendation/statin-use-in-adults-preventive-medication6. Videvo. “Distinction.” Https://Www.videvo.net/Royalty-Free-Music-Track/Distinction/227882/, Https://Www.videvo.net/, https://www.videvo.net/royalty-free-music-track/distinction/227882/. Accessed 26 Sept. 2022.
O que é uma UTI? Quando surgem as unidades de terapia intensiva? Quais critérios levam um paciente para uma UTI? O que torna uma UTI um lugar "especial"? Quem são os profissionais que trabalham numa UTI?
Welcome to keeping it real episode 14. Mari doesn't hesitate to put Zuly on the spot about her recent personal experience with a UTI. The ladies get into it and break down the ST-dos and don't and the what causes a UTI…Did you know 1 in 5 women experience one in their lifetime? And even though it may be more common in women, this can also happen to men, older adults, and even children. Mari shares her Lip HIV story and what happens when waxing goes wrong. But what the ladies really want to know is are you having these conversations with your partner and your kids? How open and comfortable are you with sharing your most intimate medical diagnosis? Listen and see if you agree with the thoughts of the ladies of el salon, and in the meantime if you enjoyed this episode please comment, share, like, rate, and review. Tell all your friends about us. Please follow us at El Salon Chronicles on instagram, facebook and twitter and if you mention us please tag #elsalon or #qlona. You can also support by purchasing El Salon merch, cashapp, venmo, zelle, and patreon
This might be our most controversial episode yet! Dr. Katie Stewart is back on the Pod talking with us about the elusive sleep. Sleep can fix a million issues, but it is so hard to come by. Some of us can't fall asleep, stay asleep, or even want to go to sleep, but we need to get our 8 hours! Dr. Katie shares with us some tips on how to do just that. They are great ones even though Sarah and I struggle to agree because there are some habits that are really hard to break. We hope you enjoy the episode and find one tip you can add to your tool box. Do you have a tip or trick to getting enough sleep? Share it with us via email: email@example.com OR a voice message at unqualifiedtherapists.com Have a restful week Warriors, we love you. Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
Hello, this week at Seattle Grace we have the super Abigale Breslin showing off not only her acting but her super powers. We learn that pain is a good thing, Izzie can't come inside, Callie also looks good in a towel and George, again, is a massive baby.Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram @scalpelsandtequilapodcast@missthayes and @ms_ayla_azurexTamzen and Ayla Hosted by Tamzen Hayes and Ayla AzureThis podcast is recorded on stolen land of the Wurundjeri people. We also acknowledge that medical practices of the traditional owners of these lands were developed and used way before the medical practices discussed in this show, they are also continued to be used today. Greys Anatomy CreditsCreated by Shonda RhimesStarring Ellen Pompeo - Meredith GreySandra Oh - Christina YangT. R. Knight - George O'MalleyJustin Chambers - Alex KarevKatherine Heigl - Izzie StevensChandra Wilson - Miranda BaileyJames Pickens Jr - Richard WebberPatrick Dempsy - Derek ( McDreamy ) ShepardIziah Washington - Preston BurkeKate Walsh - Addison Shepard
In this episode, Dr. Carole Keim talks all about potty training. While potty training usually involves toddlers - the common age is between two and four years - it can be started as early as infanthood with what's called elimination communication. Dr. Keim walks parents through all the major questions and issues about potty training. Dr. Keim first explains how to identify when your toddler is ready to start training. She then talks about how to potty train and explains various methods of working with a reluctant toddler or what she calls “secret poopers”. In addition she addresses various things that could go wrong, such as constipation or diarrhea, and how to take care of your toddler if one of these issues should arise. Dr. Keim imparts sound and thorough advice to prepare parents for the journey of getting toddlers to use the toilet.In this episode….Elimination communicationSigns your toddler is readySecret poopers Resistant childrenConstipationDiarrheaUTIsElimination communication 00:42Can start at any agePre-verbal childrenYou indicate when it's time to potty and make noises while holding them over a potty, adult toilet, or sinkTimes to take them : after they eat, when they wake upToddler potty training 01:45Dry for 2+ hours at a timeThey indicate when they've gone or you can tell when they're goingStart anticipating these times (after meals, upon waking) and/or use a scheduleSit them on the potty / toilet seat with adapter They don't have to be fully independent with moving/removing clothing, pulling up pants, getting on and off the toilet, and washing hands. Use scaffolding.It can take a while for them to get the hang of itDon't punish them for accidentsDon't use treats unless you need to Daniel Tiger episode Children who don't mind sitting in a dirty diaper 04:51aka “secret poopers” Can try the “oh crap” bookAllow them to run around without diaper or pants on, especially outsideTry nature pees/poopsCan try the potty training in a weekend methodHave a potty in each room so it's easyChildren who fight using the potty 05:56Try nature pees/poopsHave a potty in each room to get them used to itLet them sit on the potty fully clothed and play while siting thereHave fun potty time - read a special book together, play with a toy on the pottyIf using potty treats: sticker charts are often too delayed of a reward except in children 4 and up. I suggest a treat for trying, and a treat if anything comes out. Food treats tend to motivate children more but are also associated with more performance anxiety. It is ok to praise attempts to use the potty and success in using it, but excessive praise can also cause performance anxietyBecoming angry at child for refusing to use the potty can backfire on parents, as this is one of the only things a child can controlConstipation 09:17Decrease in frequency or size of bowel movements, harder stools, pain with stoolingCan be acute or chronicHow chronic constipation happensAvoiding it: choose high fiber and low processed foods - fresh fruit and veggies for more than 50% of each meal / 10 fistfuls per day. Avoid dairy products. Make sure child is drinking 1/2oz per pound of weight in water each day (so a 25 lb child should drink at least 12.5oz of water). Try to establish positive associations with sitting on the toilet.Treating it when it's acute: can try prune juice as a laxative, a glycerin suppository if stool is very hard, or an enema for a one-time cleanout.Chronic constipation: first disimpaction - enema of hypertonic saline or a suppository x1, followed by a stimulant laxative x 2-3 days, and a stool softener for several weeks. At the same time, increase fiber and water, decrease processed foods, and eliminate dairy. Encourage frequent and prolonged sitting on the toilet.How stimulant laxatives work and why they are addictive and shouldn't be used more than a few daysHow miralax and psyllium work as stool softeners and why they can be used long termDiarrhea 16:32Teething - symptoms, why it happensViral - tend to have no or low-grade fever, no blood, can be foul smelling and green Bacteria - can have fever, can have blood, can have it for over a week, can be profuse or just a few times per day. Requires test to determine type of bacteria to guide treatment; sometimes antibiotics help, sometimes they make it worse.After antibioticsFrom juiceFrom foodWhen to be concernedTreatment - more water, BRAT diet x 1 day, bland foods, avoid dairy, probiotics, avoid dehydration Why we can't use diarrhea medicines in childrenAvoiding spread to family membersRotavirus vaccineUTIs 19:48Symptoms: pain with urination, urinary frequency, urgency, accidents in a potty trained child, sometimes bad smell of urine. Fever is a late sign.Caused by constipation, staying in wet clothing/swimsuit too long, poor hygiene (not bathing enough, staying in dirty diaper too long), tight clothing/sweat, bubble baths Treatment: antibiotics. Prevention in those who get more than 1 UTI: increase water intake, more frequent voiding, avoid risk factors, decrease sugar intake. Also they should get an ultrasound of the kidneys to determine risk for pyelo.These are the major things to do with potty training. For additional tips and advice on babies and toddlers, follow Dr. Keim on her TikTok and YouTube channels. Her book, “The Baby Manual”, covers the first year of baby life and is the subject of Season One of this podcast. Remember it is always okay to call your doctor or emergency services if you have concerns about your baby's health. Resources discussed in this episode:The Baby Manual - Available on AmazonDaniel Tiger's Stop & Go Potty--Dr. Carole Keim MD: linktree | tiktok | instagram
About 60% of women will experience a urinary tract infection (a UTI) at some point in their life. And while men can get UTIs as well, women are 10 times as likely to get them and about 40% of women will get another UTI within 6 months of the first infection. Prevention is the key to being UTI free! In this show, we'll share some symptoms of a UTI, what causes a UTI, what foods you will want to avoid or incorporate, and some key preventative supplements that might help as part of your prevention plan.
About 60% of women will experience a urinary tract infection (a UTI) at some point in their life. And while men can get UTIs as well, women are 10 times as likely to get them and about 40% of women will get another UTI within 6 months of the first infection. Prevention is the key to being UTI free! In this show, we'll share some symptoms of a UTI, what causes a UTI, what foods you will want to avoid or incorporate, and some key preventative supplements that might help as part of your prevention plan.
This week, Lizzie Harbin shares all about vaginal health, from why it is important to the best practices to maintain it! Episode At A Glance: This week on The SavvyCast, I am joined by Lizzie Harbin to discuss vaginal health. Listeners may remember Lizzie from her episode on compounded medicine! In this episode, Lizzie shares why vaginal health is an important aspect of women's health. She explains how she became interested in sharing about this topic with others, advice on how to prevent and treat a UTI, the best tampons to use, and so much more! Who Is Lizzie Harbin? Lizzie Harbin is Vice President of Public Affairs, Communications, Education, and Human Resources at PCAA. She lives with her husband Rod Harbin in Mountain Brook Alabama, and she has a daughter named Jillian (24) and a son named Jack (22). Lizzie's multi-faceted role within PCAA focuses on preserving and amplifying PCAA's most valuable asset − its high-performing culture − while her work and leadership in the industry support her passion to ensure that all patients have access to life-enhancing compounded medication. Lizzie earned her bachelor's degree in Communication from Tulane. Questions Answered In This Episode: How did Lizzie become interested in talking about vaginal health with others? What exactly is a yeast infection and a UTI? Why can an antibiotic sometimes not be helpful in treating UTIs? What are the benefits of taking glutathione? How can you prevent a UTI? What is a good brand of tampons to use for vaginal health/hygiene? Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Ellura supplements Hanky Pank Underwear Wellness Pharmacy in Birmingham Prebiotics and Probiotics I hope you enjoyed this episode! As always, if you have time to rate, review, and subscribe to The SavvyCast on Apple Podcasts, it would be SO appreciated!!! If you like this podcast, be sure to check these out: How And Why Compounded Medicine Can Be Life Altering For Many Women Women's Health Q&A with OBGYN Dr. Justin Aldred
Kate Burns is a beautiful human. You are going to thoroughly enjoy this conversation as we discuss her newly published book of poetry, “All of My Favorite Men are Dead.” This is a book of healing. A book where Kate takes you on a journey through the pain brought on by the hands of men and their sexual abuse. This book is for YOU too, she so brilliantly left the page after each of her poems blank for YOU to write your own poetry, words, draw pictures, or whatever you need to do to work through your own trauma. It is a book for the collective and sure to bring healing to many. Listen in to Kate's conversation with us about how she got here, to a place where she now has a published book sharing her most damaging experiences. Also, she explains her very catchy title. You can read more about Kate and her books on her website. You can also purchase her book on Amazon. * September is nearly over and we haven't directly addressed that it is Suicide Awareness Prevention Month. There is a new number you can call or text if you feel you are in crisis: 988. Please reach out for help. There is always another side to things, you just have to make your way there. Warriors, hang on, we are going to make it together. Always remember that YOU are NOT Alone. Others have been there, felt what you are feeling, and made it to the other side. We love you. Episode 47: Stop the Stigma; Say It I Suicide Series Part 1 Episode 48: A System Broken I Suicide Series Part 2 Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
SD165 - Internet das Coisas na área da Saúde. E neste episódio temos um papo com o empreendedor suíço e CEO da Carenet Longevity, Immo Oliver Paul, que nos conta sobre a trajetória de empreender no Brasil, as várias pivotagens de produto até encontrar seu nicho e o estágio de evolução da IoT e IoMT no país. A Carenet é hoje a principal empresa de interoperabilidade em UTI's e centros cirúrgicos, integrando equipamentos como monitores multiparamétricos, bombas de infusão e ventiladores. A empresa desenvolveu uma bliblioteca de drivers que consegue ler os principais equipamentos utilizados por aqui. Neste episódio, o que você vai encontrar: O background do Immo Administrador de empresas. Nasceu e estudou na Suiça e seguiu a carreira de consultor. Teve seu 1º contato com o Brasil, trabalhando para a Accenture. Ficou em Barcelona por alguns anos como consultor, mas queria voltar à América Latina. Isso aconteceu pela empresa Holcim por 7 anos até que Immo, para se manter na região, tornou-se um investidor anjo e resolveu testar a carreira de empreendedor. Investiu na empresa de um amigo de infância, uma startup de alimentos funcionais aqui no Brasil até sair e abrir sua própria startup. A Carenet No início: foco em hardware, wearables, IoT aplicado à saúde e monitoramento remoto do paciente, sem alimento. Fizeram uma parceria com a Netshoes e saíram com uma plataforma de IoT desenvolvida para integrar outros equipamentos, processar dados e guiar usuários e pacientes. O nicho Fazendo contato com hospitais, descobriram que não precisam produzir hardware, o valor estava na capacidade de integrarem esses equipamentos, interpretando protocolos desses diferentes equipamentos. A solução Os hospitais no Brasil compram equipamentos heterogêneos que não conversam. "A interoperabilidade é uma evolução natural", mas é preciso 1º integrar, digitalizar os dados e depois criar sistemas de apoio à decisão, IA, algoritmos para monitorar o paciente na UTI. A empresa desenvolveu uma biblioteca de drivers que consegue ler os dados dos principais equipamentos encontrados no mercado brasileiro. Para onde ir 1º - um desafio: entrar no máximo de hospitais possível; 2º - tecnologia para Tele UTI: médicos intensivistas poderão acompanhar várias UTI's em todo o pais, beneficiando regiões em que a escassez desse tipo de profissional qualificado; 3º - Algoritmos para apoio da decisão médica. IoT no Brasil O Brasil está bem em gateways, hospedagem em cloud e visualização de dados. O ponto frágil ainda são os sensores: o hardware ainda tem custo bem alto no país. Uma opção pode ser visual computing, com uso de câmeras que capturam os sinais vitais e informações de monitoramento do paciente e tem custo bem menor. Reflexões As pessoas no Brasil estão abertas ao network. O país é aberto para a inovação. Mas a carga tributária é muito alta. Comunidade Online Saúde Digital Podcast Você é médico? Quer interagir com o Lorenzo Tomé e com outros colegas inovadores da medicina digital? Entre na Comunidade do Podcast Saúde Digital na SD Conecta! Assista este episódio também em vídeo no YouTube no nosso canal Saúde Digital Ecossistema! ACESSE AQUI! Episódios Anteriores - Acesse! SD164 - O castigo para quem não se interessa pela política SD163 - Tá de Clinicagem - História e Trajetória SD162 - Os avanços e desafios do ecossistema brasileiro de startups SD161 - A inovação na entrega dos laudos médicos SD160 - Novas metodologias para retenção do conhecimento educacional Músicas | Declan DP - Echo | Declan DP - Game Over | Declan DP - Joy "Music © Copyright Declan DP 2018 - Present. https://license.declandp.info | License ID: DDP1590665"
If you suffer from chronic urinary tract infections, also known as UTIs, or interstitial cystitis, you know how difficult it can be to deal with the symptoms of bladder pain and discomfort. While diets, supplements, and medications are often used, few are aware of the important connection between biofilms and interstitial cystitis. Today we are talking with Ruth Kriz all about biofilms and why you should know about them. Ruth Kriz is a nurse practitioner who specializes in treating chronic UTI and interstitial cystitis patients. Her interest in biofilms, genetics, and mycotoxins developed through her discovery of an association between those factors and chronic UTIs and interstitial cystitis. Please enjoy our conversation that explores the world of biofilms, how they impact our health, and what you can do about biofilms that might be impacting your interstitial cystitis and UTIs. Timestamps: 0:00 - Introduction 3:10 - How Ruth got interested in biofilms and chronic infections 8:29 - What are biofilms? 13:12 - Biofilms and Alzheimer's 17:47 - Biofilms, antibiotics and Interstitial Cystitis 24:24 - Treatments of IC and UTIs 39:00 - Biofilms and COVID 45:21 - How bacteria and biofilms interact 46:15 - Cardiovascular disease and biofilms 48:43 - Supplements Ruth would bring to a desert island
This episode continues a renewed series regarding Umpire Camps and Clinics. Each Fall marks the annual "Camp Season" for umpires. The time for professional development. Our guest includes our friend, and returning guest, Steve Mattingly, co-founder of Umpire Training Institute. We talk about the teaching philosophy and strategies at UTI, and the importance of training. There is, currently, still time and seats available at UTI's upcoming clinics. So, please enjoy our conversation about umpire training with Steve. West Coast Umpire Camps - https://www.westcoastumpirecamps.com/ United Collegiate Umpires - https://unitedumpires.org/ Umpire Training Institute - https://umpiretraininginstitute.com/ Umpire Focus - https://umpirefocus.com/ United Umpires - https://unitedumpires.org/training-program/camp-clinic-schedule/ *******Very Important******** Here is a link to call camps being put on in the United States this year: https://officialsdepot.com/blogs/news/2022-2023-national-umpire-camp-list We would love to hear from you. Please rate us on ApplePodcast, or send us feedback at: email@example.com , or visit our website for more information - https://www.strike3podcast.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/colin-brown8/message
The Gut Connection With Urinary Tract infections (UTI) and Yeast Infections | Podcast #367 Schedule a FREE Consult: http://www.justinhealth.com/free-consultation Review us at: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/itunes Recommended products - Genova Organix® Dysbiosis Profile: https://justinhealth.com/products/organix-dysbiosis-profile Genova NutrEval® FMV: https://justinhealth.com/products/genova-nutreval-fmv Genova Organix® Dysbiosis Profile: https://justinhealth.com/products/organix-dysbiosis-profile Genova ION Profile: https://justinhealth.com/products/genova-ion-profile Genova SIBO Breath Test - https://justinhealth.com/products/genova-sibo-breath-test GPL Organic Acids Test (OAT): https://justinhealth.com/products/gpl-organic-acids-test-oat International DSL GI MAP genetic stool test: https://justinhealth.com/products/international-dsl-gi-map-genetic-stool-test DSL GI-MAP Genetic Stool Test: https://justinhealth.com/products/dsl-gi-map-genetic-stool-test/ Podcast Transcription: Coming Soon. Get Show Updates Here: http://justinhealth.com/beyondwellness-newsletter You-tube Podcast Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=justinhealth 0:00 - Introduction 1:53 - Urinary System 10:54 - Antimicrobials and probiotics 18:55 - UTI and Yeast Infection Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a common medical problem affecting millions of people worldwide. The primary source for UTIs is presumed to be the gut. That's why in this video, Dr. J and Evan talk about how gut bacteria can contaminate the urethral opening, eventually propagate themselves in the bladder, and cause symptoms of a UTI and possible yeast infection. They also added that women are significantly more likely to get UTIs than men. It is due to anatomical differences that make it easier for disease-causing bacteria to travel to the urinary bladder after accidental transfer from the bowels. They also discuss the other clinical and evidence-based factors with helpful tests to find the root cause of these issues. ===================================== Subscribe on I-Tunes: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/itunes Review us at: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/itunes Visit us at: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com Have a question: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/question
Revenge Porn, have you ever heard of it? It was something Sarah and I only heard about a year ago, but apparently Hunter Moore was capitalizing on this invasion of privacy since 2010 with this website, "Is Anyone Up?" On this episode we discuss the docuseries, as well as the topic in general as it goes way beyond Hunter Moore. It's upsetting, but an important topic to discuss so that we are all informed. Don't worry, we lighten things up at the end. It was time to bring back a favorite segment, "It's an Amy's First." I am chuckling just typing this because its a funny one. We hope you are all doing well Warriors. Remember, stay Wild and Weird. We love you. Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com
This podcast episode is brought to you by MEFA. Learn more how you can use the money to pay for qualified expenses at Fidelity.com/uFund This week, Jamie is joined by Dr. Peter L. Steinberg, NAPS parent and Urologist to discuss all things circumcision. Discussed in this episode: -Circumcision care -Circumcision risk -Circumcisions vs no circumcision -Penile infections -Circumcision recovery -Newborn circumcisions -Adult circumcisions -Pain -Pain management -Circumcision methods -Circumcision FAQ -Complications after surgery Resources from medical resources recommended by Dr. Steinberg: AUA (Urology) -- https://www.auanet.org//about-us/policy-and-position-statements/circumcision AAP (Pediatrics) -- https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article/130/3/585/30235/Circumcision-Policy-Statement CDC position statement -- focused largely on STI and UTI prevention -- https://stacks.cdc.gov/view/cdc/58456 AAFP (Family physicians) -- https://www.aafp.org/about/policies/all/neonatal-circumcision.html Follow us on IG for more @nurturebyNAPS.
From a noisy bar in Cleveland, Tore talks about her special cocktail, polluted city water, Bisquit's UTI, Phoebe's driving permit, VAX dating, HIV history, the strategy behind her SOS run, nationwide ballot corruption, and the private reasons she's so exhausted. Run time is 58 minutes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bullying is the neverending issue for kids everywhere. We know bullying doesn't stop after childhood and goes right into the adult world, but for our kids it can be much more devastating. How do we help our children navigate the world of bullying? Jordan Corcoran, the founder of Listen Lucy, shares with us her insights on bullying and how we can help our children through these tough times. Jordan's newest book, "Little Lucy Bullies", just released this week. You can find it here: http://listenlucy.org/littlelucy or wherever books are sold. Learn more about Jordan and her mission to “create a kinder, less judgmental world.” Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
Why does my heat and cold not change temp on one side of my Lincoln? How can I replace my Chevette car radio? A listener makes a generous donation to UTI and Children's Miracle Network. How can I replace my worn out Chevy Truck seat cushion? How to fix an ac system that has been open for a long time. Fully Charged Electric Vehicle Conference. Electric Vehicle possibilities.
Long time listeners know how much I (Amy) despise the phrase, "Everything happens for a reason." I found it to be trite and a way to explain away bad things happening. But, I am willing to admit when I am wrong and I was wrong on this one. As life does, it has led me down the path to realize this phrase proves itself to be true. Everything really does happen for a reason and taking a step back, zooming out can be the perspective shift we need to realize it. In this episode, Sarah and I catch you up on our lives and share some real and gritty stuff we have been going through. In the end, the universe, God, source, however you say it, has our back. Sometimes we get blatant evidence of it and in those moments take note and appreciate the fact that if we hold on, if we let things flow, we get to see all the things we hope and dream of come to fruition. Hang on Warriors because WE are going to make it. “The entire universe is conspiring to give you everything that you want.” Abraham Hicks *Suicide is discussed in this episode, please take care when listening. If you are feeling in a place where you are feeling suicidal, please call 988. You can speak to someone 24 hours a day. Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
Ronnie Blakey, the John Farnham of Australian surf commentary, will be doing us proud in the booth at the Rip/Woz Finals. So what are his favourite World Title Showdowns in history? What has he liked about the 2022 CT season? What kind of A-Game will he be bringing to the broadcast? ...and will he wash the soap out of his peen eye before he gets a UTI? All this and more dealt with as we load up into the last few days before the hooter sounds at Trestles.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends! Not literally though…like seriously, please don't. Welcome back Sloots! Today we get to enjoy some quality 1 on 1 time with Sofia! Coming off of a shockingly not too chaotic 4th of July weekend, Sofia is filling us in on ALL the latest and greatest in her life - including her most recent UTI! Happens to the best of us though. In today's deep dive into Sofia's brain, we're talking about a few things. The first being social media and why we still take it so seriously. Sofia elaborates on how she has had a change of heart, instead of NEVER posting her boyfriend on social media, she's just going to post absolutely EVERYTHING. Truly unhinged behavior! Drunk one night stand from the night before? Post. Bodega guy who gave her a free sandwich because he thought she was homeless? Post. We're also ditching finstas this year too. Watch that girl's story with your real account! What's she gonna do? Fight you? Don't worry, we got your back. Next we have a Sloot University that A LOT of you need to take notes on: Friendship vs Relationship dynamics. Does your boyfriend absolutely hate your friends because he “accidentally” overheard them make a joke about one of your ex-flings? Ditch him. Have you not seen your girlfriends in 6 months because you're locked in a cage with your boyfriend and haven't seen the light of day since before you knew him? DEFINITELY ditch him, because your friends are definitely about to ditch you. It's about finding BALANCE Sloots. Finally, Sofia puts on her IT uniform and tells us her feelings on technology's latest development: Snapchat Plus. Are we still using Snapchat or is it only for the guys who have still never left their hometowns and send unsolicited dick pics on it? Let us know Sloots, we're happy to be back for some much needed catching up. Follow Sofia on Instagram and Twitter @SofiaFranklyn Find merch HERE: https://sofiafranklyn.com/ Favor: http://www.heyfavor.com/SOFIA to get your first birth control care package and donate to help more women in need of affordable birth control Away: http://www.awaytravel.com/SOFIA Dave: Download Dave from the App Store today to help a future you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices