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This Podcast is dedicated to helping you end self sabotage and create a powerful life/career. You will discover irrefutable science-backed evidence that, when applied, will transform your state of mind, ultimately, giving you total control of your life, career and destiny.Through small daily changes in this interactive journey, you will learn new methods of thinking and living that will revolutionize your world and propel you to GREATNESS! YOU WILL LEARN:•The Brain Science Behind Habits•Retr ...
 
This podcast is a series of lectures on Anatomy and Physiology taught by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo. For a course outline and/or Dr. C's blackboard, please visit the Web site at http://faculty.css.edu/gcizadlo/AnatPhys/index.html. If you'd like to register for the free and open online course associated with Doc C.'s Intro to Anatomy and Physiology podcast, please go to http://go.css.edu/learn. The course is offered in Fall 2012.
 
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine publishes a range of article types in respiratory medicine and critical care. These include Original Research, Reviews, Personal Views, Comments, and News articles. Topics include but are not limited to asthma, COPD, tobacco control, critical care, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, mesothelioma, sleep medicine, and respiratory infections.
 
Dan Quintana is a scientist trying to better understand how our physiology influences behaviour. On this show you'll find a mix of episodes on research that's catching Dan's eye in biological psychology, interviews with other scientists, and Dan sharing his daily research process. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Medical student Denise Doyle delves deep into the science behind life as we know it, discussing recent developments and upcoming research. Discussions will range from deep dives into specific body systems to broader questions about climate/environmental science etc.
 
World-renowned sports scientist Professor Ross Tucker and veteran sports journalist Mike Finch break down the myths, practices and controversies from the world of sport. From athletics to rugby, soccer, cycling and more, the two delve into the most recent research, unearth lessons from the pros and host exclusive interviews with some of the world's leading sporting experts. For those who love sport. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Fast Talk podcast is your source for the science of cycling performance, offering the best training advice and most compelling insight on what it takes to become a better cyclist. Co-hosted by science journalist Chris Case and Fast Talk Labs' resident physiologist and coach, Trevor Connor, each episode takes a deep dive on a range of topics, including sport science, training, physiology, technology, nutrition, and more. The show's guest list includes some of the most prominent names in c ...
 
Join Dr. John Bergman D.C. in his mission to educate, inspire and empower people to heal their bodies and free their minds. As you learn more about how your body was designed to heal itself and how you were made to thrive here on this planet, you will be reminded of the power you hold within you to be the change you wish to see!
 
Do you want to know how training makes you faster? Listen in. Kolie is a leading expert in endurance, sprint, and strength training for cyclists. Kyle is a NASA scientist and national champion sprinter on the track. Empirical Cycling is a coaching company specializing in individualized training plans for all cycling disciplines. If you like the podcast, please consider a donation at http://www.empiricalcycling.com/donate.html
 
Keely Henninger, Corrine Malcolm, and Hillary Allen are three professional trail runners looking to utilize their experience as athletes and scientists to foster community and discussion around new and challenging topics in the world of trail running, training and racing, and equality
 
From food & entertainment to philosophy & politics and practically everything in between including listener questions & topics, this is an unadulterated, unapologetic, unfiltered, authentic, freethinking, organic stream of consciousness from the jack-of-all-trades-master-of-none mind behind the Ephemeral Rift YouTube channel.
 
Explore human anatomy and physiology (A&P) teaching and learning with host Kevin Patton. An experienced professor, textbook author, and mentor, Kevin is a recognized leader in A&P teaching. The A&P Professor updates science content and provides practical teaching advice. Want some ideas to supercharge your A&P course? How about some support from a fellow A&P professor? This is the podcast for you!
 
Conversations on the deeper lessons we learn from the outdoors. Tim Stewart speaks to athletes, authors, philosophers, entrepreneurs, and leaders about their adventures outdoors, flow states, consciousness, fear, risk, and death, and how all of these factors come together to provide us with meaning and wisdom.
 
Most dental podcasts are dentists talking to dentists about why they are so awesome. That’s gucci, but enough already. Listen to stories about dentists personal and professional lives. Their best day and worst day as a dentist. Their best and worst first date. Their best and worst employee. Always looking to provide some levity in a profession as demanding as dentistry.
 
A podcast of literally just nerding out about anatomy. Some of the things you can expect are: interviews with fellow anatomy nerds in the medical and science fields, episodes on niche anatomy topics and more broad topics, and mini episodes on my current obsessions and nerdy bits. You will never be bored with this podcast. I will be covering a wide spectrum of topics, and I can't wait to dive in and share them! Thank you again for listening! And remember, the information on this podcast is no ...
 
For current and aspiring sports nutritionists! The Institute of Performance Nutrition's "We Do Science" Podcast, hosted by Dr Laurent Bannock, features a wide variety of leading guest experts (elite practitioners and scientists) with expertise in sport and exercise nutrition, and related fields relevant to 'real-world' practice.
 
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I discuss a variety of topics from the physiology of fear (limbic system (amygdala, thalamus)) to phobias and everything in between & beyond: OG monkey vs modern brain, anger, paranoia, controlling behavior, the power & speed of fear, innate vs learned fears, common fears, patience & fear / anxiety, these self-aware biological machinations, the hum…
 
Luke and Nick answer a question about Ultra running in this episode and what the main goal should be for events lasting 6hours and more. Is it purely to be better at using Fats as a fuel source? Is it worth doing Threshold, Tempo or even VO2max work? here our thoughts in this episode. For more free resources about improving endurance performance, s…
 
How do β-adrenergic receptor subtypes regulate immune function in the heart? In this unique episode of The AJP-Heart and Circ Podcast, Consulting Editor Dr. Kristine DeLeon-Pennell (Medical University of South Carolina) interviews two authors about their two articles published recently in AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology. Dr. Laurel Grisanti (U…
 
This week Kadie chats with Matea Djokic. Matea is a PhD student at the University of California Irvine, where she is studying the gut microbiome of three silverside fish species. Throughout the episode we talk about Matea's path from a psychology degree to fisheries work in South Dakota, her master's research with pallid sturgeon, to her current po…
 
In our modern world, there is a false narrative that women are supposed to eat less, lift light, and do tons of cardio over, eating like a normal human, and progressive resistance training. This can lead down a negative path of severe calorie restriction and a decreased quality of living in hopes of chasing 'the perfect' look. I think this is so si…
 
(Apologies -- initially uploaded this with the wrong episode number/URL, so here's a corrected redo.) An update on Katie's face, Catie's Correction Corner, the world's only black nonbinary conservative, the bizarre newspeak pertaining to females being embraced by major liberal institutions, personals, and Ellen Pao's very strange New York Times op-…
 
Thank you for listening to The Dental Up Podcast with Dr. Tammy Bailey! This weeks episode is part two of Dr. Tammy Bailey’s interview with Coach & Consultant Donna Winfrey to discuss how to identity and develop leaders. Get Coaching from Donna Winfrey! visit Donnawinfrey.com for Details This episode is brought to you by Keating Dental Lab, a full …
 
Patrick Smith joins Kolie for a conversation about how to not accidentally rickroll yourself. Included are the usefulness of rigid rules in training and racing, goals vs. values, dealing with disappointment, and why common psychological evaluations don't work with athletes.By Empirical Cycling
 
Hear from Ryan DeNault, a student at The State University of New York College at Cortland, as he shares his perspective on learning A&P—both in the classroom and fully digital in the wake of the pandemic. Although he is a Fitness Development major, he enjoys teaching and helping his fellow students in human anatomy. Perhaps he will become an A&P in…
 
Stuart Armstrong has made a career coaching sport and his role at Sport England is to help coach the coaches and make sport and exercise accessible to all. In this interview, Armstrong talks through the challenges of balancing the thirst for future champions and creating a healthy environment for kids and teenagers to thrive... no matter what their…
 
Ultrarunners “rescued” from 50 mile race: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/utah-runners-rescued-snowstorm-ultra-marathon/ Coaching through different years of development, usa tennis: http://www.playerdevelopment.usta.com/Improve-Your-Game/Sport-Science/114686_Growth__Development_Coaching_Through_the_Phases_of_Growth_and_Development/ Canadian youth deve…
 
Special Guest BIO and INFO: Carrie Leaf is currently a practicing psychotherapist, life coach, and hypnotherapist. She holds her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from the University of Northern Iowa. She completed her masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, graduating top of her class from Iona College. She has be…
 
Many of us take dietary rules for granted such as eating little and often, not skipping meals and keeping a check on our calorie intake. But genetic epidemiologist Professor Tim Spector argues we need to re-evaluate what we think we know about a good diet: diversity in both the types of food we eat and in the unique mix of microbes we nurture in ou…
 
Katie and Jesse follow up with just a bit more KidneyGate discussion, then talk about Netflix employees’ reactions to Dave Chappelle’s special. The second half is an in-depth look at an astonishingly bad scandal in the Loudoun County, Virginia public schools. This is the public version of the episode — if you’re a premium subscriber and want to com…
 
Jackie Simmons Biography and Info: TEDx speaker, Radio Show Host, International Best-selling Author, Resilience Master, and co-founder of the Teen Suicide Prevention Society, Jackie Simmons is best known for her mission to “Stop Teen Suicide.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAJjsnabpIU https://www.bookmarketingmentors.com/overwhelm/ https://www.yo…
 
Jackie Simmons Biography and Info: TEDx speaker, Radio Show Host, International Best-selling Author, Resilience Master, and co-founder of the Teen Suicide Prevention Society, Jackie Simmons is best known for her mission to “Stop Teen Suicide.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAJjsnabpIU https://www.bookmarketingmentors.com/overwhelm/ https://www.yo…
 
00:00 - Catch-up with Keith, Keith's introduction to Ray 10:36 - The usefulness of thyroid hormone supplementation, the problem with lab tests 14:05 - Is thyroid hormone supplementation natural? 16:53 - How does a person investigate thyroid hormone supplementation? Taking too much at once 22:30 - Amounts of thyroid to investigate (one grain = ~12.5…
 
Inflammatory Bowel Disease or IBD is a chronic condition affecting the gastrointestinal tract. At present, the cause of IBD is unknown however there are associative factors such as stress, genetics, environment, and dysbiosis of microorganisms. For each patient diagnosed with IBD, nobody really knows for sure what’s directly causing it so the aim i…
 
In this week's episode, Zach Crum talks with Zach Moran about his PhD research at Baylor University studying Longnose and Alligator Gar ecology in the Brazos River, Texas. Also discussed is Zach's undergraduate research at Virginia Tech using DNA Barcoding to identify Blue Catfish stomach contents as well as his master's work investigating Blue Cat…
 
Thanks for covering the dreaded statistics objectives for the exam! The diagrams and info are from these articles. Aust Prescr 2003;26:111–3 Moving beyond sensitivity and speci!city: using likelihood ratios to help interpret diagnostic test and Critical Care 2004 8:508-512 Statistics review 13: Receiver operating characteristic curves Please suppor…
 
In the ongoing debate and discussion about the risk of injury in rugby, many people have suggested that cutting the number of substitutes is the easiest and most obvious "fix". The truth, however, is a little more complex than this, because there are grounds to suggest that doing this will backfire and make the situation worse, not better. That's w…
 
While the Fast Talk podcast was originally geared toward cycling, many of the concepts we discuss can be applied across all endurance sports. After all, human physiology remains the same whether we’re talking cycling, running, rowing, or cross-country skiing. Today we’re joined by someone who has a broad understanding of endurance sports, not only …
 
Have you ever pondered whether all the work over ECPR was worth it? Even if you did save a few patients, does this really make sense from a societal standpoint? Am I giving up my life on a project where my efforts could be better elsewhere? Then this episode is for you (and me). This month I talk with Melissa Barnes and Ryan Coute about the economi…
 
KSQD 10-06-2021: Benefits and side effects of implanted spinal stimulators for pain control; A case of using brain stimulation to address treatment-resistant depression; COVID News: Merck announces an oral antiviral pill for COVID-19; Vaccine is good during pregnancy; Outpatient intravenous COVID-19 treatment; Recent Australian forest fires dumped …
 
Cassidy Miles (co-host; She/Her) embarks on a topic that is often misunderstood. Dig in and find out why. Podcast guest, Dr. Jason DeBoer (He/Him) of the Illinois Natural History Survey joins in the conversation. The article we reference in the episode is found here: https://www.learningforjustice.org/magazine/fall-2018/what-is-white-privilege-real…
 
Could the lessons learnt during the pandemic put us in a stronger position to tackle other big science-based challenges ahead, such as achieving carbon net zero, preserving a diversity of species, and protecting our privacy and slowing the spread of misinformation online?As Chief Scientific Adviser to the government during a pandemic, Patrick Valla…
 
In this follow-up podcast, sleep science specialist Dr Dale Rae returns to answer all your questions from polyphasic sleeping, eating right for your sleep type, finding your optimum sleep time and coping with frustrating 3am insomnia. Follow Sleep Science on Instagram on @sleepscience_ or visit their website on www.sleepscience.co.za You can also s…
 
Part 2 of the ongoing, periodic series where I go down the Wikipedia rabbit hole, picking up where we last left off with the entry for Crust. But before all that I revisit micro plastics, Squid Show, Parasyte anime, then talk sequels, plot twists & reveals, the pros and cons of some listener/viewner countries, anti-intellectualism, "woke" as an ins…
 
How damaging is the stereotype of white males in white coats? Do scientists think differently? Or do the qualities we associate with being a nerd do them a disservice? Is specialism the best way to solve 21st century problems when so many great discoveries are made in the cracks between the disciplines? In short, what makes a scientist, a scientist…
 
00:00 - Catch-up, BPA in paper towels, pandemic bonds, Australia, Cyber Polygon, online ID, Facebook "whistleblower" 17:06 - SSRI drugs decrease androgens, progestogens, increase estrogens 27:02 - Motivation and hypothesis for this show ("following in a bioenergetic tradition"), stress, energy, sugar, fats 45:29 - Idealabs update, methoxy harmalane…
 
Research nurses work in a multifaceted role. They are both clinical as well as admin, and maybe add management to that. Part of the job is about seeing clinical trial patients but a big portion of it is also involved in project management.The world of research nursing is very far from ward nursing in that on a day, you can be in clinic to see your …
 
In this episode we delve into gravitational effects on the lung including ventilation aspects, pO2, pCO2, VQ matching and its effects and Wests Zones. The diagrams are from Respiratory Physiology by John B West. Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in …
 
In this episode we set the stage for the story of Joan of Arc, one of the most enigmatic and fascinating people in history. To understand Joan we have to understand the Hundred Years' War, the festering quagmire into which she was born, and which she helped put an end to. Herein are dragons and whirlwinds, blood-soaked Vikings, slaughtered monks, b…
 
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