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This podcast might not actually kill you, but it covers so many things that can. Each episode tackles a different disease, from its history, to its biology, and finally, how scared you need to be. Ecologists and epidemiologists Erin Welsh and Erin Allmann Updyke make infectious diseases acceptable fodder for dinner party conversation and provide the perfect cocktail recipe to match
 
Some of the world's leading inventors and researchers share demos, breakthroughs and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
Editors in Conversation is the official podcast of the American Society for Microbiology Journals. Editors in Conversation features discussions between ASM Journals Editors, researchers and clinicians working on the most cutting edge issues in the microbial sciences. Topics include laboratory diagnosis and clinical treatment of infectious diseases, antimicrobial resistance, epidemiology of infections, multidrug-resistant organisms, pharmacology of antimicrobial agents, susceptibility testing ...
 
Natural MD Radio is your place to hear the whole truth on health and natural medicine for women and children, and get the tools you need to take back your health starting now. The focus of this show is women's health, fitness, beauty, natural living, and natural medicine for children. Dr. Romm dishes on everything from thyroid and hormone problems to the truth about antibiotics and vaccinations.
 
Hear from the leading experts in bioinformatics and other closely related fields. Topics discussed include computational biology, biotechnology, computer science, genetics, synthetic biology, math, statistics, and more. You can also find discussions on topics related to the scientific career field. For example, exploring career path options in science, or highlighting important skill sets such as writing and public speaking.
 
Women in STEM share the interesting work they do, but more so the path--however bumpy--that brought them to where they are today. STEMpod is hosted and produced by Sam Jones, PhD, alongside producer Rubén Rodríguez Pérez. Artwork is by Rachel Sibley.
 
Animal rights in Aotearoa New Zealand. Animal Matters is SAFE's podcast about all things animal rights and the issues impacting animals in Aotearoa. Will Appelbe discusses the latest current affairs impacting animals, the decisions of policymakers and government, and the complexities that surround the exploitation of animals.
 
NICE Talks is the podcast from UK's National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Our podcast brings the stories behind our NICE's work to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services through evidence-based guidance. Subscribe on your favourite podcast platform: https://linktr.ee/nicetalks
 
Some of the world's greatest scientists, doctors and medical researchers share their discoveries and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
This podcast brings you interviews with journal authors providing insight on their recent publication in an official journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Pharmacotherapy publishes advances in human pharmacology and drug therapy and the Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy publishes innovations in clinical pharmacy practice. (View past ACCP Journals podcasts on the ACCP Podcast on iTunes or Google Play.)
 
A joint project of U.S. PIRG and the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center, this monthly podcast will delve into the critical health threat of antibiotic resistance and what drives it, including antibiotic use in agriculture and human health care, challenges and opportunities in R&D, and more. Co-hosts Matt Wellington and Dr. Lance Price will cover a new topic and feature an expert guest every month. Have questions or want to make suggestions? Write to us at SuperBugsUnplugged@gmail.com. Follo ...
 
Raw Talk is a graduate student-run podcast at the University of Toronto about medical science, and the people who make it happen. We focus on the journeys, perspectives, and expertise of health researchers, professionals, students, patients, and community members at the University of Toronto and beyond. Our mission is to promote a research culture within the Faculty of Medicine and broader life science student community; provide guidance to current and prospective graduate students; and to e ...
 
MedNet21 is an on-line CME Webcast produced by the Center for Continuing Medical Education at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Our focus is to address professional practice gaps and issues important to primary care physicians. This is a free "podcast version" of our webcast produced through our MedNet21 CME series. Each year we provide 40 weekly CME webcasts for our 10 month season, and programs are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from anywhere in the world. You can ...
 
Biology-related podcasts as part of the KYTOS Enrichment Programme. Visit: www.kytosbiology.org.uk for full details Visit: www.youtube.com/mriexplains for Science video tutorials 'KYTOS Biology' podcasts and the 'mr i explains' YouTube channel are proudly sponsored by Curriculum Press - producers of global education resources for over 25 years. Visit https://curriculum-press.co.uk/ for details.
 
It’s time to stop letting fear and rules (food, body, fitness, health) hold you back from being the person you most want to be. Host Dr. Lauryn is a leading Nutritional Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Functional Medicine Practitioner, and woman on a mission on a mission to (a.) shake up diet culture and (b.), help you thrive—inside and out.Each week, Dr. Lauryn invites guests on the show to “break some rules” with her in the studio—debunking popular health and nutrition myths, exposing ne ...
 
I'm hoping to get to the bottom of what makes our favorite bands tick with insightful video interviews. I wish I could figure out why the hell these tough guys keep challenging me though. It's like they have something to prove. My appearance may be deceiving, but I'm actually a suburban dad. It's true. Thing is, I've been into death metal for decades. "They" told me it was time to "grow up" and "cut my hair" and "get a job" but I just can't. Grow up I mean. See you in the pit, man. Keep it b ...
 
Want to drop fat by eating ridiculously well and exercising less? Whether you’re into Intermittent Fasting, Keto, Paleo, Plant-Based, Wild, Carnivore or completely clueless, we’re here to help you eat right, train smarter, and transform your body and mind to be your absolute best. This family-friendly show is free of outside advertising for your listening pleasure. Winner of 4 awards and #1 in Health in 8+ countries.
 
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) news and investment research brought to you weekly covering major market trends and new research insights. With topics ranging from climate impact on investment portfolios, corporate actions, trending investment topics, and emerging ESG issues, host Mike Disabato of MSCI ESG Research walk through the latest news and research that is top of mind for MSCI ESG Research clients and partners. MSCI ESG Research products and services are provided by MSCI ...
 
Can bacteria communicate with each other, and if they do communicate, how and why do they do so? And how might understanding the mechanisms of bacterial communication be used to inform development of anti-bacterial drugs? In this album scientists involved in pioneering work into bacterial 'quorum sensing'' at Nottingham University in the UK reveal some of the techniques they use and give insight into what they hope to achieve. This material forms part of The Open University course S204 Biolo ...
 
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Dr. Heather Hendrickson is a Senior Lecturer in Molecular Bioscience at Massey University, and the Vice Preseident of the New Zealand Micro Biological Society. In short, Dr. Hendrickson is an expert in micro biology, like bacteria, and how we treat that bacteria with antibiotics. You’ve probably heard the phrase 'antibiotic resistance' at least onc…
 
Like the vast majority of people, you have probably taken an antibiotic at some point in your life. And it probably helped you. However, a class of antibiotics known as fluoroquinolones can cause permanent and severe damage -- this is known as fluoroquinolone toxicity, or, in the US, fluoroquinolone induced disability - FQID. This is a global healt…
 
You have heard of antibiotic overuse in food animal production, but wait until you get a load of spraying antibiotics on citrus trees. In the United States, the use of medically important antibiotics on crops has more than quadrupled from 2000 to 2017 and the problem is only getting worse. The EPA recently greenlighted the potential spraying of mor…
 
Why did producers start using antibiotics in cattle for reasons other than treating illness? Troy Wistuba is the director of dairy technical innovation for Land O’ Lakes. He says it was because animals were stressed, and antibiotics were needed to get them over the hump of some sort of management issue. To naturally reduce antibiotic use, we need t…
 
Big news in this new Hot Topics podcast as we discuss very positive data on the role of inhaled budesonide for early mild COVID in community-based patients - the STOIC trial may radically change our management of COVID but why hasn't this been a huge story and should we wait to change our practice? Also we look at a BMJ paper examining the risk of …
 
Antibiotic resistance is an issue that affects every veterinary and human healthcare provider. There’s no way to sugarcoat it: Antibiotic resistance is a very real existential threat for humanity.…The problem is many small animal veterinarians don’t see themselves as responsible or contributing to antibiotic resistance. This week we’ve got a veteri…
 
Since their discovery in the 1920’s, antibiotics have allowed the field of medicine to make leaps and bounds in innovation. The ability to treat bacterial infections reliably and effectively have made transplant surgeries, cancer chemotherapy, and treating what were once considered deadly infections, like pneumonia, a routine part of our health car…
 
Two main arguments used against animal Agriculture are environmental issues and animal care. We’ve faced increased regulations on both and endure lawsuits on the environmental front — particularly as related to nuisance lawsuits over odor. Facing a future of greater scrutiny on odor and antibiotics, Ag needs to look ahead. Mike Rincker and TJ Gaydo…
 
Developing non-traditional antibiotics promises novel strategies to combat multidrug-resistant organisms but would they work? Are they feasible to develop? Topics discussed: • The notion of non-traditional antibiotics as potential therapeutics against MDR organisms • Increasing our understanding on the clinical efficacy of non-traditional antibioti…
 
Special Links & Show Notes What do drinking baby formula as an infant, eating Pop-tarts for breakfast, taking antibiotics for strep throat, and trying so hard to fit in with mean girls have in common? They were all sources of stress and trauma that influenced your health not only as a kid but into adulthood! Dr. Catherine Clinton, a primary care na…
 
What do a Taoist monk, a medical doctor, and microbiome documentarian all have in common? If you’re Pedram Shojai, that’s simply your resume. In today’s episode Andrea Wien and Afif Ghannoum, speak with Pedram. How Pedram moves his clients from knowledge to action (6:37), breaking down complex information for the average consumer (12:26), Pedram's …
 
Bug Out Bag Myths I recently came across an article from SeasonedCitizenPrepper that brings up some good points about what you should have in your bug out bag, and some lies that get regurgitated in the preparedness community. The truth is, there isn’t a “one size fits all” when it comes to bug out bags, […] The post Those Crazy Preppers & Bug Out …
 
Six people are dead in the South after at least 23 tornadoes tore through Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia last week. The damage in places like Coweta County is Georgia, well, it looks like a bomb went off there. Five people lost their lives in Calhoun County, Alabama, after the state was hit with 17 reported tornadoes. Sounds like an apocalypse mo…
 
Special Links & Show Notes What do you do when NOTHING is working to heal from mold illness, cancer, or autoimmune disease? You dig deeper. Dr. Jill Carnahan, MD was a patient and now overcomer of all 3 illnesses, and says nothing skyrocketed her healing more than addressing traumas locked in the limbic loop in her brain. In this episode, Dr. Jill …
 
Welcome to the first episode of a very exciting three-part mini series of the Pint of Science podcast, in collaboration with bit.bio, the cell coding company. The series kicks off with Dr Mark Kotter, founder and CEO of bit.bio. Mark is an academic neurosurgeon and scientist at the University of Cambridge, or more accurately these days, a bio engin…
 
What happens when your personal social media blows up in your veterinary clinic? Can you post controversial content on your personal pages without professional consequences? Viewfinders, this is one tough topic we tackle this week!…Hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT address people being fired, reprimanded, or causing conflict in their work…
 
For many people, childhood memories hold a special place in our hearts. Childhood experiences also impact our journey through life, shaping our personality, relationships, and conceptions of right and wrong. But not all childhood memories are bright, and many children suffer significant trauma through maltreatment by family members or other trusted…
 
This month we discuss why everyone with an interest in what NICE does should take part in the process review consultation.We're joined by Jennifer Prescott, programme director in the centre for health technology evaluation at NICE and Eric Low, of Eric Low Consulting and the former chief executive of Myeloma UK.You can take part in the consultation…
 
Of the many topics our podcast has covered in the past, from smallpox to scurvy, vaccines to birth control and beyond, one factor has linked nearly all of them: HeLa cells. These cells and the woman from whom they were taken have often remained behind the scenes in the coverage of these topics, but they have nevertheless been absolutely fundamental…
 
SwineCast 1148 Show Notes: 'At The Meeting' Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison looks the impacts of California's Prop 12 initiative, producing both opportunities and challenges. What is prop 12 and what are the chances it will be enforced in 2022? The ATM hosts (Dr. Montserrat Torremorell - College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, Dr. Gordon…
 
Before you use your tillage implement this spring, make sure it’s level from front to back, and side to side. There are two reasons why. One, you don’t want to create any ridges of soil at different depths in the field. And the second is, when the planter goes through, it might struggle to put seeds at the right depth in some areas. Ryan Bergman is…
 
There has been growth in consumer awareness of plant proteins – including pea protein. Dry peas, also known as field peas, are marketed for both animal feed and human consumption. You’ll find pea protein in everything from cereal, to protein bars, to health drinks. The demand is profitable for the farmers that grow field peas. Human food use brings…
 
Double drop deck trailers, also known as lowboy trailers, are great for transporting machinery and equipment from farm-to-farm. The well of the center deck dips below the trailer’s front and rear axles, which lowers the deck height to between 15 and 18 inches off the ground. These trailers also come with many features that allow for easy loading an…
 
Planting seed treated with an insecticide or fungicide gives the plant a fighting chance by safeguarding against disease, which then optimizes yields. However, it’s critical that farmers follow handling instructions on the seed bag label to avoid environmentally-sensitive exposure to the chemicals. Shawn Potter is the head of seed treatment for Syn…
 
Testing the soil nutrients and other values in your field is critical for making the right decisions on fertilizer application. Soil test recommendations are calibrated to a certain depth, so time your sampling for accuracy. Wet or very dry soils can make it tough to pull out cores by hand and result in an uneven sampling depth. Dan Kaiser is an ex…
 
Need some background income from your land? Make money growing elderberries on as little as an acre. Native elderberries grow wild in the United States and have been treasured for their anti-viral and anti-inflammation properties for thousands of years. The health benefits coupled with cultivars that show consistent yields and quality are getting g…
 
Farmland is an asset that appears to be garnering more attention, even from the non-farming world. But what’s an aspiring farm ground investor to do if he or she can’t muster the huge price of entry for a tract of land? Enter AcreTrader, the company designed to bring together capital and farmers who need farm land to rent. Carter Malloy joins me to…
 
This episode begins by asking the question, "Why is it that we don't have an HIV vaccine after 40 years, but we do have a COVID-19 vaccine after one year?" Dr. Leor Weinberger explains that the answer to this question is primarily due to the existence (or lack thereof) of natural convalescents and whether the immune system is able to beat the virus…
 
Join Dr Whyte as he moderates a discussion with Drs Razonable, Smith, and Singh on providing treatment with monoclonal antibodies with neutralizing activity against SARS-CoV-2. Credit available for this activity expires: [04/02/2022] Earn Credit / Learning Objectives & Disclosures: https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/948428?src=mkm_podcast_addon_9…
 
The incidence of fungal infections is rising in immunocompromised people, and the morbidity and mortality of these infections are high. Recent threats include multi-drug resistant Candida auris, however antifungal resistance is rising in other species as well, such as Aspergillus fumigatus. But have advances in diagnostic testing kept up with the a…
 
Herbs can be used culinarily and therapeutically, but it can be overwhelming to figure out how to start incorporating them in your daily routine. On this episode, Andrea Wien (@dreeats) talks to Meghan Telpner (@meghantelpner) and Josh Gitalis (@joshgitalis) about the many uses of herbs, including how to use them for common ailments like digestive …
 
Heavy periods. At least 50% of women struggle with them enough to, well, absolutely skip wearing white pants during that time of the month, and for 1 in 6 women, they’re severe enough to significant impact quality of life – from disruptive, frequent trips to the bathroom to change pads or tampons, to serious at-work period accidents, to staying hom…
 
Veterinary professional continuing education (CE) is changing. Conference closures accelerated the shift to online CE, and now we’re seeing widespread changes in how veterinary CE conferences are innovating and adapting. There’s a lot going on we need to talk about when it comes to maintaining your license through required CE.…This week, we’re join…
 
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