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Johns Hopkins Medicine is pleased to present its health and medicine podcast, a lively discussion of the week’s medical news and how it may affect you. This five to seven-minute free program features Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Rick Lange M.D., professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins and vice chairman of medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
 
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Willing & Fable

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Willing & Fable

Rowan Hall and Tracey Harrison

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In this podcast, Rowan Hall and Tracey Harrison talk to you about ancient myths, local legends, and why stories have staying power. Each week we bring you new stories and talk about why these myths, fairy tales, fables, folktales and legends have such power in our society. Check us out each week and join us on our mythical journey. Our logo was designed by Jamie Harrison and our music was written and performed by Taylor Ash. Find out more about them on our website willingandfable.com
 
TopClass, a podcast about global education, brings together OECD authors and researchers to explain and explore emerging education data, and deliver objective insights on education practices worldwide. Each episode focuses on a different issue that’s shaping the landscape of education today, with details on how it’s affecting learners and how governments should respond. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed and arguments employed on the "TopClass" podcast and the recordings contained therein do ...
 
For so many modern, driven women, life is about being more than one thing. We’re multidimensional—and so are our conversations. We carry multiple identities; we can be both mother and artist; both attorney and entrepreneur. Both clinician and CEO. Both humble and proud. Life for women like us is about both. About…all of the above. It’s about the “and”... Presenting, ‘And She Spoke, our brand new show that peels back the different layers of entrepreneurship so we can dive into the messy, the ...
 
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Rock Your Bliss

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Rock Your Bliss

Rock Your Bliss Podcast

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Welcome to the Rock Your Bliss podcast with co-hosts Jacki Carr and Mary Beth LaRue. This podcast is an interview series filled with inspirational conversation, self inquiry into how to rock your bliss and storytelling from inspiring humans all over the globe. The intention of each episode is to provide insight, tools and a new way of thinking to make shift happen in your days, weeks and perhaps even your life. Join us on this journey. We'd love to hear from you along the way.
 
"Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right." How many times have you heard of a "dream job," an extraordinary athletic feat, or even a benevolent vocation that someone has and thought to yourself, "I Could NEVER Do That!" These people don't have superpowers, per se. These normal folks simply have a huge desire to do what it is they're doing and they ultimately have an unwavering faith that they can achieve their goals, no matter how big. Remember, courage isn't the absen ...
 
The One Tough Muther Show is "Real Talk"; once a week we invite everyday women, highly successful business women and celebrities to be guests on our show and share a "REAL" life lesson. Together we listen, learn and comment; aiming to inspire, empower and elevate women around the world. Raw, edgy and honest Tough Muthers will stop at nothing to help another woman in need. Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid, it's about to get "REAL" and remember, you don't have to be a Mother to be One Tough Muther. I ...
 
Anthony Gold from Anthony’s Desk shares his lessons learned from entrepreneurship, building social impact businesses, startup investing, running successful for-profit and nonprofit organizations, and his own personal growth. He’s had the great fortune of being an investor, entrepreneur, CEO, software developer, hardware engineer, and intern - and is still amazed that one of the supercomputers he architected is in the Guinness Book of World Records. Anthony has had his work, including his mos ...
 
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HPV causes cancer, and we have an effective vaccine against it. Now the World Health Organization is advocating for a single dose of the vaccine in places where completing the two dose regimen is challenging. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson applauds the strategy. Nelson: A single HPV dose might be effective for […]…
 
Men who used the diabetes medicine metformin during the three months prior to conception of their son saw malformations of the genital and urinary tracts three and a half times more often in these children, a very large study from Denmark finds. Johns Hopkins diabetes expert Rita Kalyani explains. Kalyani: What they found was that […]…
 
If silence is golden, does that make communicating more golden? Rebecca Rolland, author of The Art of Talking With Children, joins Biz to talk green trucks, end of day check-ins, and how screaming into the void might actually be communication. Plus, Biz is ready for summer! Get your copy of The Art of Talking With Children wherever books are sold. …
 
This week Tracey talks about a painting that sparked centuries of speculation and debate. That painting is of Dido Elizabeth Belle, a mixed raced woman in high society and her cousin Elizabeth Murray. Join us as we discuss society, culture, and race in Georgian England. Sources Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dido_Elizabeth_Belle https://en…
 
Today’s guest has one of the most interesting, thought-provoking, fascinating jobs we’ve ever heard of. All our lives, we’ve thought of art and medicine as two completely different pillars – one encourages us to think subjectively while the other is more objective and rational. But, artist-turned-medical educator Alexa Miller proved us so wrong. An…
 
HPV causes cancer, and we have an effective vaccine against it. Now the World Health Organization is advocating for a single dose of the vaccine in places where completing the two dose regimen is challenging. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson applauds the strategy. Nelson: A single HPV dose might be effective for […]…
 
HPV causes cancer, and we have an effective vaccine against it. Now the World Health Organization is advocating for a single dose of the vaccine in places where completing the two dose regimen is challenging. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson applauds the strategy. Nelson: A single HPV dose might be effective for […]…
 
HPV causes cancer, and we have an effective vaccine against it. Now the World Health Organization is advocating for a single dose of the vaccine in places where completing the two dose regimen is challenging. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson applauds the strategy. Nelson: A single HPV dose might be effective for […]…
 
Breakthrough infections, which occur in those who have been vaccinated against Covid-19, are more troubling for people with cancer than those without, a new study confirms. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, reviews the data. Nelson: The severity was also concerning. If you looked among the people who got an […]…
 
Breakthrough infections, which occur in those who have been vaccinated against Covid-19, are more troubling for people with cancer than those without, a new study confirms. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, reviews the data. Nelson: The severity was also concerning. If you looked among the people who got an […]…
 
Breakthrough infections, which occur in those who have been vaccinated against Covid-19, are more troubling for people with cancer than those without, a new study confirms. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, reviews the data. Nelson: The severity was also concerning. If you looked among the people who got an […]…
 
Breakthrough infections, which occur in those who have been vaccinated against Covid-19, are more troubling for people with cancer than those without, a new study confirms. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, reviews the data. Nelson: The severity was also concerning. If you looked among the people who got an […]…
 
People with cancer who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 remain at increased risk for infection compared with people who don’t have cancer, a very large new study reveals. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson describes the findings. Nelson: In the end they had 45,000 or more cancer patients who had been vaccinated. And […]…
 
People with cancer who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 remain at increased risk for infection compared with people who don’t have cancer, a very large new study reveals. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson describes the findings. Nelson: In the end they had 45,000 or more cancer patients who had been vaccinated. And […]…
 
People with cancer who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 remain at increased risk for infection compared with people who don’t have cancer, a very large new study reveals. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson describes the findings. Nelson: In the end they had 45,000 or more cancer patients who had been vaccinated. And […]…
 
People with cancer who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 remain at increased risk for infection compared with people who don’t have cancer, a very large new study reveals. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson describes the findings. Nelson: In the end they had 45,000 or more cancer patients who had been vaccinated. And […]…
 
An immunotherapy agent called nivolumab given before surgery in people with lung cancer dramatically lengthened the interval before cancer returned, a new study shows. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, is thrilled. Nelson: Will we slowly but surely get to point where the treatments are good enough that maybe you…
 
An immunotherapy agent called nivolumab given before surgery in people with lung cancer dramatically lengthened the interval before cancer returned, a new study shows. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, is thrilled. Nelson: Will we slowly but surely get to point where the treatments are good enough that maybe you…
 
An immunotherapy agent called nivolumab given before surgery in people with lung cancer dramatically lengthened the interval before cancer returned, a new study shows. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, is thrilled. Nelson: Will we slowly but surely get to point where the treatments are good enough that maybe you…
 
An immunotherapy agent called nivolumab given before surgery in people with lung cancer dramatically lengthened the interval before cancer returned, a new study shows. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, is thrilled. Nelson: Will we slowly but surely get to point where the treatments are good enough that maybe you…
 
Nivolumab is the name of an immunotherapy used to treat cancer, and a recent study of people with lung cancer using it before surgery shows it really helps. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson explains. Nelson: Three hundred fifty-eight people randomized to receive the immunotherapy or not, along with chemotherapy before surg…
 
Nivolumab is the name of an immunotherapy used to treat cancer, and a recent study of people with lung cancer using it before surgery shows it really helps. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson explains. Nelson: Three hundred fifty-eight people randomized to receive the immunotherapy or not, along with chemotherapy before surg…
 
Nivolumab is the name of an immunotherapy used to treat cancer, and a recent study of people with lung cancer using it before surgery shows it really helps. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson explains. Nelson: Three hundred fifty-eight people randomized to receive the immunotherapy or not, along with chemotherapy before surg…
 
Nivolumab is the name of an immunotherapy used to treat cancer, and a recent study of people with lung cancer using it before surgery shows it really helps. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson explains. Nelson: Three hundred fifty-eight people randomized to receive the immunotherapy or not, along with chemotherapy before surg…
 
The Civil War historian talks about combining intellectual, cultural, social, and economic history to truly grasp the U.S.’s past, especially events that took place in the South. He shares with Fred how he helps make free, nonpartisan, educational resources for teaching lively history lessons.By LWC Studios
 
Babies make for interesting bedfellows, but can you safely sleep and bedshare? Meg Kant from Bebo Mia thinks so! Meg sits down with Biz to talk birth journeys around the world, voluptuous cats, and how much sleep you really need. Plus, Biz did an experiment. Visit BeboMia.com for courses and workshops, and use code OBM15 to get 15% off! Follow Bebo…
 
This week, friend of the pod Spenser Starke is back! He and Rowan continue their exploration of the famous Ancient Greek myth of “Orpheus and Eurydice”. Spenser Starke is a game designer at Critical Role, one of the designers behind the TTRPG “Kids on Brooms” and he’s also the brilliant mind behind “Icarus: A Storytelling Game About How Great Civil…
 
Do you use e-cigarettes? If you’re a younger person you may have started out using them occasionally but are now a more regular user, or you may have attempted to quit be haven’t been able to do so. That’s what’s been shown in recent studies, and Michael Blaha, an anti-smoking advocate and cardiologist at Johns […]…
 
Do you use e-cigarettes? If you’re a younger person you may have started out using them occasionally but are now a more regular user, or you may have attempted to quit be haven’t been able to do so. That’s what’s been shown in recent studies, and Michael Blaha, an anti-smoking advocate and cardiologist at Johns […]…
 
Do you use e-cigarettes? If you’re a younger person you may have started out using them occasionally but are now a more regular user, or you may have attempted to quit be haven’t been able to do so. That’s what’s been shown in recent studies, and Michael Blaha, an anti-smoking advocate and cardiologist at Johns […]…
 
Do you use e-cigarettes? If you’re a younger person you may have started out using them occasionally but are now a more regular user, or you may have attempted to quit be haven’t been able to do so. That’s what’s been shown in recent studies, and Michael Blaha, an anti-smoking advocate and cardiologist at Johns […]…
 
If you’ve been using electronic cigarettes and attempt to quit but can’t, are you addicted? That’s one interpretation of a recent study among US youth, showing that since the introduction of e-cigarettes more unsuccessful quit attempts have been seen. Michael Blaha, an anti-smoking advocate and cardiologist at Johns Hopkins, says he’s persuaded. Bl…
 
If you’ve been using electronic cigarettes and attempt to quit but can’t, are you addicted? That’s one interpretation of a recent study among US youth, showing that since the introduction of e-cigarettes more unsuccessful quit attempts have been seen. Michael Blaha, an anti-smoking advocate and cardiologist at Johns Hopkins, says he’s persuaded. Bl…
 
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