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PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
Standard Precautions and Beyond: Conversations in Infection Prevention and Control discusses current topics in infection prevention and control. This podcast brings together subject matter experts with extensive knowledge in areas like infectious disease, control and prevention, epidemiology and surveillance, behavioral health, public health preparedness, forecasting and modeling, and pediatrics to address issues related to the management and response to emerging and reemerging infectious di ...
 
A public health podcast produced by the National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID), "Infectious Questions" connects those with infectious disease questions to those with the answers. Un balado sur la santé publique réalisé par le Centre de collaboration nationale des maladies infectieuses (CCNMI) et appelé « Infections en question » fait le lien entre les balados concernant les questions sur les maladies infectieuses et ceux qui offrent des réponses à ces questions.
 
We are reclaiming what it means to be a man. Each week we interview the world’s most successful men on the planet - elite athletes, warriors, New York Times Bestselling Authors, and world-class entrepreneurs – extract their hard-fought lessons and experience and deliver them straight to you. Past guests include Jocko Willink, Tim Kennedy, Andy Frisella, Lewis Howes, Grant Cardone, Ryan Holiday, Ben Greenfield, Rich Roll, and so many more. If you’re ready to level up your life as a man, this ...
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
Small pox. Malaria. Salmonella. Black death. Laughing death? What do all of these have in common, they're infectious, they're diseases, and yes.... they might just kill you! Epidemiologist Adrianna Paiero explores a new infectious disease each week, asking smart (and sometimes stupid) questions about the science, lore, bizarre treatments, and medical mysteries of strange and spectacular germs and microbes from around the world.
 
The premier Infectious Diseases remote learning resource on the web! Enjoy more than 200 hours of video presentations for medical students, residents, and other health professionals. Complete podcast series is at www.idpodcasts.net. Sponsored by the Division of Infectious Diseases and International Medicine, University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, Florida, Douglas Holt, MD, Division Director. John T. Sinnott, MD, Past Director, Chairman, Department of Internal Medicine Also S ...
 
Transformational Pediatrics is a free podcast series for health care professionals featuring the specialists from Children’s Mercy covering topics in that are changing pediatric medicine. In each 10-minute podcast we cover important and timely topics in pediatrics including heart care and cardiology, critical care, oncology, neurology, neonatology, infectious disease, gastroenterology and nephrology among a host of others. We will discuss research, ethics, new solutions to health care our pr ...
 
My love affair with music began when I started making mix tapes with a dual cassette recorder for friends while in junior high school. I moved from that to serving as a resident DJ and record store employee starting in the late 80’s. At 42 though I've mostly retired from playing out. I do take digging for new music very seriously and put a lot of effort into it. You can always listen to Beat Infectious live to hear what I've discovered over the last couple of weeks. I'll usually be serve up ...
 
Informative and entertaining stories from the editors of the journal Medicine featuring article highlights, hot topics, and other things on their minds. The journal, published every other month and now in its 90th year, includes scholarly reviews and clinical descriptions of patients from the experience of leading clinicians from around the world in the areas of internal medicine, dermatology, neurology, pediatrics, and psychiatry. The editors, David Hellmann, John Bartlett, Howard Lederman, ...
 
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In this episode, Dalilah Restrepo, MD, discusses expert guidance on vaccination for the prevention of shingles complications in the COVID-19 era. Contributor: Dalilah Restrepo, MD Infectious Diseases Specialist Fountain Valley Hospital Fountain Valley, California Using a case study and the latest expert guidance, this podcast covers topics such as:…
 
Moderator Neil Skolnik, MD and IDSA COVID-19 Guidelines co-author John Lynch, MD, FIDSA discuss the new IDSA guidance on infection prevention for healthcare personnel caring for patients with suspected or known COVID-19. The Infectious Diseases Society of America's Guideline Podcast provides concise summaries of the most important IDSA guidelines. …
 
We all know how dangerous ideology can be and, yet, some of the most destructive ideas tend to be the most pervasive in society. Why is that? And, how do these parasitic ideas spread so effectively? My guest today is evolutionary psychologist and author of The Parasitic Mind: How infectious Ideas are Killing Common Sense, Gad Saad. Today, Gad and I…
 
Vaccination against the human papilloma virus, or HPV, all but eliminates cervical cancer in those who receive the vaccine early and complete the vaccine series, a study from the UK finds. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, describes the findings. Nelson: The overall story is a really good one. They […]…
 
More often than not, what a person contributes to the music industry goes hand in hand with what we think an artist or band is worth to the music industry. Typically an artist's contributions are dependent on their longevity in the music industry, but that is not always the case. Throughout music history, songs come and songs go—along with the arti…
 
Nick and Jerry spend the episode chatting with fellow Android Central-ites Chris Wedel and Andrew Myrick. Chris shares his unpleasant experience with the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, plus the gang discuss Motorola's rise to number three smartphone vendor in the U.S. And that's just the tip of the iceberg of everything they cover — check it out! Links: …
 
Dr. Paul Planet, an assistant professor of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and at Children's Hospital Philadelphia, as well as a senior researcher at the Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, and Sarah Gregory discuss multidrug-resistant MRSA…
 
Nature wants you dead. Not just you, but your children and everyone you have ever met and everyone they have ever met; in fact, everyone. It wants you to cough and sneeze and poop yourself into an early grave. It wants your blood vessels to burst and pustules to explode all over your body. And - until recently - it was really good at doing this... …
 
Today I welcome Tom Ewing and Katharine Randall, authors of "How did we get here: what are droplets and aerosols and how far do they go? A historical perspective on the transmission of respiratory infectious diseases.” Tom Ewing is a professor of history and associate dean at Virginia Tech. His current research projects include studies of influenza…
 
Graham Mooney (Johns Hopkins University) talks to Merle and Lee about the key roles of place and space in how we understand disease in the modern world. After defining these terms and offering a few examples of how to research them, Graham discusses the key role of disease surveillance and tof state coercion in imperial centers and their colonies. …
 
On the 31st episode of our series, we speak with Richard Budgell, newly appointed Professor of Practice of Inuit and Northern Health Promotion in the Department of Family Medicine at McGill University. Richard discusses with us the social-historical context of COVID-19 and how histories can reveal significant gaps in pandemic responses to inform fu…
 
This week we'll take a deeper look into Campylobacter, one of the most prolific bacteria you might have never heard of. We'll cover the myriad of ways that you can contract this little agent (obstacle courses anyone?), why cuddling your pet chicken might just be a one way trip to the toilet, and the chilling reality of a rare outcome of this foodbo…
 
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