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Point of Inquiry is the Center for Inquiry's flagship podcast, where the brightest minds of our time sound off on all the things you're not supposed to talk about at the dinner table: science, religion, and politics. Guests have included Brian Greene, Susan Jacoby, Richard Dawkins, Ann Druyan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Eugenie Scott, Adam Savage, Bill Nye, and Francis Collins. Point of Inquiry is produced at the Center for Inquiry in Amherst, N.Y.
 
Appamada is a contemporary center for Zen practice, inquiry, and community, located in Austin, Texas. If you appreciate these offerings, please consider making a contribution to support Appamada with the link below.
 
The primary objective of The Helix Center for Interdisciplinary Investigation is not to obtain knowledge, per se, but to aspire to an unhurried search for wisdom, emphasizing the centrality of a sense of wonder in this endeavor. Philosophically, we stand against the trivialization of thought and the balkanization within and between the sciences and the arts. Fundamental to our promotion of these views is our roundtable format of open, spontaneous discourse, one facilitating novel encounters ...
 
The Center for Nursing Inquiry oversees the scholarly work of nurses in the Johns Hopkins Health System. Our goal is to build the capacity for nurses to participate in the three forms of inquiry: research, evidence-based practice (EBP), and quality improvement (QI). At the Center for Nursing Inquiry, we offer a variety of educational resources and expert guidance to help nurses engage in meaningful, high-quality scholarly work. We are dedicated to advancing the science of nursing. Stay conne ...
 
Spiritually + artfully minded conversation ceremonies intersect astrology, creative practices, intuition, magic, healing, poetry and a deep love for the natural world. My hope is to enliven you so we can co-create possible, regenerative Futures. To encourage you so, together, we can become dynamic agents of Beauty, fully awake, with our power intact. Let us be intentional as we approach the creation and care-taking of Life. And let’s make room for inquiry, sensitivity, and joy.
 
Origins are conversations with thought-leaders across an eclectic mix of disciplines (science, engineering, art, and design), crafted specifically for the category-defying society that we live in. We explore the thoughts, passions, and stories that defined these pioneers’ fascinating trajectories, arriving at the origins of the pivotal moments across their lives. Draw inspiration for your own trajectory from the intellectual and spiritual electricity of these eclectic conversations.
 
SciSection is the #1 Science Show being produced from the center of Hamilton, in Ontario, Canada. SciSection aims to bridge the gap between individuals who may not be exposed to the same information as those studying sciences. Science is not just about chemical titrations or DNA transcription - nor is it only for that one character who wears an Einstein shirt in all those TV shows. From time to time we tend to forget that all the sciences are being studied for the betterment of us as a globa ...
 
This podcast is for yoga teachers and explores the craft of teaching yoga, as its own practice. We love asking questions about why we teach something the way we do, how we could be more expansive and inclusive in our teaching, and how we can continue to grow and evolve in our teaching practice. Occasionally we veer into other topics that affect the yoga teaching profession more broadly like marketing, unionizing and vaccines. We believe the depth that arises in teaching comes from inquiry an ...
 
Our food system isn't broken, it was designed this way. And if it was designed this way, then it’s time for a redesign. That’s why we created this podcast. We believe in dialogue, collaboration, and creative inquiry, and talking to the people who are building the food systems we’ll need in the future ... right now. Let's dig in. For more info, visit www.ideo.com/food
 
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Podcasts, lectures and more from Pacific Lutheran University. Located in Tacoma, Wash., PLU seeks to educate students for lives of thoughtful inquiry, service, leadership and care—for other people, for their communities and for the Earth.
 
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In 2016, Donald Trump conspired with a foreign government to become President of the United States. On July 25, 2019, with the 2020 election around the corner, he decided to do it again. The first time around, it was collusion, aiding and abetting Russia’s attack on American democracy. The second time, it was extortion, demanding the Ukrainian government manufacture dirt on Trump’s political opponents in exchange for help the country needs to fend off a Russian invasion and chart a democrati ...
 
This is grassroots podcast from Needles, CA about the cannabis industry and the culture with it. Here we will talk about all kinds of topics related to cannabis and have a variety of guest from the industry or someone with an extraordinary story about cannabis. we advice all 21+ cannabis users to roll a joint or pack a bowl of your favorite strain and join us for a great time. Email Us for any questions/ inquiry @ Thethcpotcast@gmail.com
 
Come Through with Rebecca Carroll is a podcast that explores culture, race and identity against the backdrop of the 2020 election. The series will provide listeners with 15 essential conversations they can take with them during this pivotal time. Conversations with prominent thinkers, cultural critics, writers, artists, and politicians on topics like climate change, diversity and inclusion programs, immigration and more are prompted by our host’s lifelong personal inquiry into what it means ...
 
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Kendra Renzoni

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A lumen is the basic unit for measuring brightness. It is a measure of the total quantity of visible light emitted by a source. In biology, a lumen (plural lumina) is the inside space of a tubular structure, such as an artery or intestine. It comes from Latin lumen, meaning ‘an opening.’ Kendra is dedicated to each individual’s personal process of living a life in service to their greatest Lumen. Her work is an experiential inquiry into limitation and freedom in our bodies and our lives. She ...
 
Ismahan Abdullahi of PANA (Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans) and Nicole Capretz of Climate Action Campaign (CAC) in conversation with cutting edge thought leaders and agents of change who will share their ideas for how we can make San Diego a region that is inclusive, progressive and equitable -- with more women in power in all corners of the community.
 
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In this podcast, Nursing Inquiry Coordinator, Nadine Rosenblum, and Evidence-based Practice Coordinator, Madeleine Whalen, discuss Appendix D, the Hierarchy of Evidence Guide. They note that this tool is different from the others covered in the series – it is a ‘cheat sheet’ that … Ep 41 Appendix D | Center for Nursing Inquiry Read More »…
 
David Sloan Wilson is one of biology’s most prolific and impactful scientists. He is author of paradigmatic contributions to evolutionary theory and how organisms behave, such as multilevel selection and core design principles for the efficacy of groups. But the reach of his work is far beyond the domains of biology and sociology, in whole a toolki…
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Dr. Susan Brawley, renowned Phycologist and Professor Emerita of Plant and Marine Biology at the University of Maine 🧫🌊! We'll be learning about her path to interitidal research, the importance of being systematic and thoughtful in science inquiry, why she studies algae, an…
 
Identifying depression in young people is important, and now that a federal task force has recommended screening all youth 12 to 18 years of age, it should also be identified more readily. Yet Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, … Follow up will be key when it comes to managing anxiety and depression in young people, Elizabeth Tracey rep…
 
Young people should be screened for anxiety and depression, a federal task force has recommended, and that means primary care physicians will have yet one more task to add to their list when it comes to providing the best care. … Who will be screening young people for anxiety and depression? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
If a young person is thought to have depression following a positive screening test, as is now recommended by a federal task force, one danger may be that they begin treatment without more carefully and thoroughly confirming the condition. That’s … A positive screening test for anxiety and depression in a young person needs confirmation, Elizabeth …
 
The United States Preventive Services Task Force recently recommended screening US youth for anxiety and depression. Karen Swartz, an expert in these illnesses in young people, says screening isn’t just a matter of asking a few questions. Swartz: What I … Will young people be adequately screened for depression and anxiety? Elizabeth Tracey reports …
 
If you’re eight to eighteen years of age, a federal government task force now recommends you be screened for anxiety, and if you’re twelve to 18, for depression. Psychiatrist Karen Swartz at Johns Hopkins says this is likely a good … New guidelines recommend screening young people for depression and anxiety, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Dr. Ennio Cipani! Dr. Cipani developed the Cipani Behavioral Classification System, which he refers to as the Holy Grail of classifying of understanding another person's behaviour. During his career as a behavioural psychologist, Dr. Cipani compiled everything that he learn…
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Dr. Graham Scott, Associate professor in Biology at McMaster, with his research focusing on animal physiology in high altitude deer mice 🐭👨‍🔬! We'll be learning about research in physiology of living organisms at high altitudes, high altitude deer mice' bodies adapt to rece…
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Dr. Michael J. Frank, Director at the Carney Center For Computational Brain Science 🧠💻! We'll be learning about raise awareness about his research in computational brain science, understanding the dopamine system that goes against the stereotypical conception of how dopamin…
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Dr. Lauren Kelly, Assistant professor of pharmacology and therapeutics; pediatrics and child health, researcher of opioid use during pregnancy, effects of taking meds while breast milk, and use of medicinal Cannabis in pediatric populations with expertise in clinical trial …
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Dr. Simon Chen, Professor in department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine. Researcher of motor function and the neuronal basis of learning, and is currently investigating a wide range of motor diseases🦿🔬! We'll be learning about his motor cortex research and clinical appli…
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Dr. Dawei Zhang, Associate Professor at the University of Albertain the Department of Pediatrics in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry 🧬👨‍⚕️! We'll be learning about his discovery of a key protein in that accelerates the progression of atheroscerlosis that could potentiall…
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Dr. Chris Gustafson, Professor and researcher of behavioural economics who studies the decision making process and health outcomes of different diets 🥘🏃! We'll be learning about his opinions on fad diets, misinformation in his field, and so much more👀! Journalist: Amy Stewa…
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Dr. Sarah Elshahat, principal investigator of CAN HEAL Project - Mental Health and Wellbeing of immigrant Arab populations in Canada 🧠🌎! We'll be learning about mental health & wellbeing of immigrant Arab populations in Canada, research on AIR participants regarding their m…
 
Welcome to SciSection! Joining us in today's interview is our special guest Shania Bhopa, a PhD Student in Health Evidence and Impact & Global Health at McMaster University, non-profit co-founder, Wellness Content Creator, Knowledge Translator, and most recently a published children's book author 👩‍🎓🌎📚! We'll be learning about her role as a Knowled…
 
Kirah Tabourn + mary grace walk you through the upcoming astrology for December 2022, including the Full Moon in Gemini, New Moon in Capricorn, Jupiter moving into Aries + Mercury stationing retrograde. Kirah is an astrologer, educator & creative passionate about facilitating accessible astrological education, programming & community within the fie…
 
Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people were associated with a higher risk for dementia and frailty, a Johns Hopkins study shows. Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert at Johns Hopkins and one author of the … If cell free DNA is associated with dementia risk, would removing it help? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Pinpointing someone’s risk to develop dementia or frailty may rely on a blood test looking for cell free DNA, a Johns Hopkins study finds. Lolita Nidadavolu, a geriatrics expert and researcher, says this type of DNA provokes a reaction in … Cell free DNA in someone’s blood could have many consequences, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people put them at increased risk of developing both frailty, with loss of muscle mass and risk for falls, and dementia, a Johns Hopkins study has found. Peter Abadir, … What does freely circulating DNA in the blood have to do with dementia? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
DNA found circulating freely in the blood may point to an increased risk for frailty and dementia in older people, a Johns Hopkins study led by Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert, has found. The study enrolled participants without any signs … Can small amounts of DNA in the blood predict an older person’s risk of frailty and dementia? Elizabeth Trac…
 
Graham Cooks and his team at Purdue University have discovered a chemical process that has exciting implications for people who believe that life could have emerged spontaneously and through natural means. The idea that the building blocks of life started in a primordial ocean now has a competitor: airborne tiny water droplets. In this episode of P…
 
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