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Thinking Nutrition is all about presenting the latest nutrition research in plain language and then translating this into what it means for your health. Dr Tim Crowe is a career nutrition research scientist and an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian. Tim has over 25 years of research and teaching experience in the university and public health sectors, covering areas of basic laboratory research, clinical nutrition trials and public health nutrition. He now works chiefly as a freelance h ...
 
What does exercise do to your brain? Can psychedelics treat depression? From smart daily habits to new medical breakthroughs, welcome to TED Health, with host Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider. TED speakers answer questions you never even knew you had, and share ideas you won't hear anywhere else, all around how we can live healthier lives.
 
Dr. Jessica Steier, a public-health expert, and Dr. Andrea Love, an immunology expert, are the hosts of Unbiased Science, a podcast devoted to objective, critical appraisal of available evidence on health-related topics relevant to listeners’ daily lives. Follow them on Instagram at www.instagram.com/unbiasedscipod
 
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AMA Update

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AMA Update

American Medical Association

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AMA Update covers health care topics affecting the lives of physicians and patients. Hear from physicians and experts on public health, advocacy issues, scope of practice, and more. Because who’s doing the talking matters. Find all AMA podcasts at ama-assn.org/podcasts
 
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Conspirituality

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Conspirituality

Derek Beres, Matthew Remski, Julian Walker

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Dismantling New Age cults, wellness grifters, and conspiracy-mad yogis.At best, the conspirituality movement attacks public health efforts in times of crisis. At worst, it fronts and recruits for the fever-dream of QAnon.As the alt-right and New Age horseshoe toward each other in a blur of disinformation, clear discourse and good intentions get smothered. Charismatic influencers exploit their followers by co-opting conspiracy theories on a spectrum of intensity ranging from vaccines to child ...
 
The Lancet (www.thelancet.com) is a weekly medical journal, renowned for the publication of high-quality peer-reviewed research and reviews from around the world. In the Podcasts our editors discuss journal highlights, including interviews with authors of key articles to provide context and insight to advancements in medicine and health worldwide.
 
The Public Health Insight Podcast is a weekly podcast ranked in the top 5% of all podcasts globally. The podcast covers all things public health and global health, from the sustainable development goals to the social determinants of health, as well as interesting dialogues about the diverse career opportunities that exist in the fields. Since its launch in March 2020, the podcast has featured more than 40 high-profile guests and has built an audience in more than 4,000 cities in over 170 cou ...
 
Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Public Health. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
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Moving Medicine

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Moving Medicine

American Medical Association

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Stay in the loop on innovations and emerging issues impacting physicians and public health today. On this series from the American Medical Association, you'll find interviews, educational presentations and in-depth discussions about relevant health care topics. View all AMA podcasts at ama-assn.org/podcasts
 
The pandemic reminds us that when it comes to health, there’s so much more out there to understand—like how new genetic discoveries could change our relationship with our genes or how climate change could accelerate the next pandemic. In season 3, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, physician and former city health commissioner, talks to doctors, scientists, culture makers, and policy leaders to dissect how science, policy, and culture shape health. New episodes of America Dissected every Tuesday.
 
Sickboy is determined to break down the stigma associated with illness and disease. Join Jeremie, Brian and Taylor as they tackle health taboos with people who have experienced them firsthand. Taking the lead from Jeremie's life long battle with Cystic Fibrosis, the three best friends help us understand that sometimes the best way to deal with illness, disease and life is simply to laugh.
 
But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
 
Real results to improve health outcomes and health equity begin with behavioral science. Public health communication strategist Karen Hilyard, Ph.D. will help you unpack behavior change theories & frameworks and apply them in practical ways to build a kick-ass health communication toolkit. Create more effective, engaging, evidence-based messages & campaigns to transform not only individual behaviors, but the policies and systems that impact social determinants of health.
 
So many things impact our health. The physical things around you, the social interactions, the policies you may never notice, are all quietly there, influencing our health and wellbeing in subtle ways everyday. Some are there on purpose to prevent bad outcomes, some are issues that we still need to address, but most go unnoticed by many of us. This is the world of public health; a science of understanding the countless forces and designing solutions to help prevent or mitigate harm and impro ...
 
Our aim is to provide a wide panoramic of what it means to work in Public Health in the U.K. through the experiences of registrars, academics and leaders in the field. We hope to inspire those thinking about pursuing a career in public health as well as those currently training in public health. Follow us on Twitter @TiPH_Podcast
 
Six days a week Robert Scott Bell empowers his listeners with healing principles that can aid in physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, economic and yes even political healing! Robert hosts the fastest two hours of healing information on radio, dealing with everyday health issues from the perspective of alternative/holistic health care. Robert Scott Bell tackles the tough issues and shows no fear when confronting government and corporate bullies who would stand in the way of health freedom. ...
 
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Learn about how healthcare leaders can make gun violence prevention a priority in their organizations from Chethan Sathya, MD, a pediatric general and thoracic surgeon, and director of Northwell Health Gun Violence Prevention Center. Dr. Sathya will talk extensively about this topic during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 …
 
What is "food insecurity" and how does it impact college campuses? Radha and new crew member Rasika Mukkamala welcome Stephanie Beecher and Amanda Dougherty to discuss food insecurity, the Food Pantry at Iowa, the Clothing Closet, and other resources to help students, faculty, and staff meet their basic needs.Links for more information:https://basi…
 
Years of masking and distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic protected many of us from the common cold and flu, and isolation protected children from respiratory illnesses like RSV. So, why are so many kids getting sick this winter? In this episode, Stephanie Desmon talks to Dr. Mike Rose, a pediatric resident at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicin…
 
In this episode of the public health explained, we talk about the important process of sampling in research. What are the different ways of sampling. How do we make sure that the sample we select out of the population is representative? What's the implication of a good sampling methodology? -o- Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/everythingispublichea…
 
In this episode of the Editor's Podcast, Dr. Lloyd Novick speaks with author Dr. Tim McCall about a new study published in a special issue of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice highlighting the findings of the Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey 2021. “The Role of Harassment in the Mental Well-being of Local Public …
 
Racism, xenophobia and discrimination have a profound impact on health but are largely overlooked. This week the fellas chat with Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, the director of critical care at the Ottawa hospital about his work as a physician leader and the racism he’s experienced during his time as a physician. Be sure to check out all of the amazing work …
 
Disruption resulting from the proliferation of AI is coming. The authors of the bestselling Prediction Machines describe what you can do to prepare. Banking and finance, pharmaceuticals, automotive, medical technology, retail. Artificial intelligence (AI) has made its way into many industries around the world. But the truth is, it has just begun it…
 
We’ve produced countless episodes answering questions about resumes, cover letters, and interviews but what if there was more to the hiring process that you’ve been missing all along? Zoila Reyna has a unique skill set in that she has worked in public health for more than 16 years and has a thorough understanding of what candidates tend to stand ou…
 
As we settle into this new year, it's often a great time to get reacquainted with folks. It’s good to learn what your colleagues are up to now, as well as share with them what is new and current with you. This is important at all levels of career and business. For business it’s critical, because it becomes an easy way to strengthen professional rel…
 
Leana Wen, MD, MSc, shares her opinions on what health policy issues to watch in 2023. Dr. Wen, an emergency physician and professor of health policy and management at George Washington University, weighs in on vaccine hesitancy around routine childhood immunizations (polio, measles, etc.), the overdose epidemic, marijuana and adolescent developmen…
 
Originally envisioned as a 20 episode podcast series, we are completing the podcast with a 2-part special episode on human trafficking. In Part 1, Vijeta interviews Dr. Hanni Stoklosa of HEAL Trafficking. As an emergency medicine physician, she discusses why human trafficking should be viewed through a public health lens. She discusses her own expe…
 
This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 08/10/22, discusses the unique challenges and strengths that rural communities hold affecting health equity and economic prosperity, as well as promising practices, tools, and resources that can be implemented to promote health in these areas. The session concludes with…
 
Vaping or e-cigarette use has been described as a public health crisis. They have been marketed as a tool to help adults quit smoking, but they have become a youth craze. Our guest, Kim Coronis with Breathe NH, helps us understand this attraction and how nicotine impacts the adolescent brain – releasing feel-good chemicals.…
 
On this episode we have an inspiring and informative conversation with data scientist and chemistry consultant, Mike Dereviankin! Mike's work covers environmental, geochemical, biomonitoring, and arson investigations. We get an insider's look at what this entails, his professional journey thus far, and his creative approach to working with numbers.…
 
2023P1 Regional Editor of AJPH, Professor Jihong Liu and Pengfei Guo, doctoral candidate at Yale University, review highlights of the September to November issues and Supplement 7 to 8 of 2022.The Editor’s Corner features Dr. “Jim” Jun Zhang, K. C. Wong Chair Professor of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and Deputy Director, Institute of Early Life H…
 
This week we are joined by Professor Jim McManus, current president of the association of Directors of public health, Director of public health at Hertfordshire county council and honorary Professor at the University of Hertfordshire. We talk about his reflections on the COVID-10 pandemic, the future of public health and what good leadership looks …
 
January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month. With more than a quarter of a million people subjected to human trafficking globally, it is an issue of public health. Our guest for this episode explains what is human trafficking, who are the most vulnerable/what victims look like and what you can do if you suspect human trafficking. Julie St. John, …
 
Episode Description: In this episode, our host Rainaclare Sibal, recaps the recent concerns over the “Tripledemic” during the 2022 holiday season, including discussion about persisting vaccine hesitancy and strain on pediatric hospital units. As a year-end wrap up, we begin 2023 looking forward to more engagement to encourage proactive practices to…
 
Gayle Walter and Ronica Rooks in conversation with Drs. Juliana Perez and William Leonard about their article, "Developing Equity-Focused Education in Academic Public Health: A Multiple-Step Model", which appeared in the Pedagogy of Anti-racism special issue (Volume 7, Issue 4). Read the full transcript here.…
 
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