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High Intensity Health features breakthrough health tips and hacks from respected authorities in the Fitness, Nutrition and Functional Medicine fields. Our expert guests have shared insider information that has helped thousands of Moms, Dads, Executives, Health Care Professionals and High-Performing Athletes optimize their metabolism, belly fat, gut bacteria, immune system,both physical and mental performance and overall health. No matter where you sit on the health and nutrition spectrum, yo ...
 
The Gut Loving Podcast is all about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the low FODMAP diet. The low FODMAP diet is a relatively new approach to effectively treat IBS symptoms and is scientifically backed up by a vast number of medical studies. The Gut Loving Podcast is hosted by Laura Tilt (an experienced Dietitian in the UK specialising in IBS and the low FODMAP diet) and Huelya Akyuez, patient and creator of project sezamee - gut loving food (video recipes and low FODMAP events) after livi ...
 
A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science and biotechnology news. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. For information about ASM and MicrobeWorld, visit us online at www. ...
 
The Doctor's Kitchen is the show about food, medicine, lifestyle and how to improve your health today. Join Dr Rupy and his expert guests as they explore the multiple ways in which diet and lifestyle can help you achieve your healthiest and most fulfilling life. Covering a broad range of subjects such as Nutritional medicine, Mental wellbeing and Mindset, you are sure to learn actionable tips and principles to lead your best life. Join the online community at www.thedoctorskitchen.com to lea ...
 
All about the microbes we encounter in our daily lives (with or without realizing it). The Joyful Microbe podcast helps you see how bacteria, fungi, viruses, archaea, and protozoa live everywhere around us and constantly impact our lives. Host Justine Dees, PhD talks to microbiology experts of all kinds to share the amazing variety of these fascinating microorganisms. Usually, we think of infections, but microbiology is SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT.
 
Point of Discovery takes you on a journey behind the front lines of science, where you'll meet the brilliant, quirky scientists who make the magic happen. Our stories are driven by curiosity. How much of our DNA do we share with yeast? How do our brains block out noise at a party so that we can focus on just one person speaking? How do you study a terrible disease-causing bacteria that turns mild-mannered in the lab? Come discover the answers with us. Music by: Podington Bear. Learn more at: ...
 
A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science and biotechnology news. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. For information about ASM and MicrobeWorld, visit us online at www. ...
 
Find your strength within, Louise at Loula Natural will be helping you make valuable connections to improve your health. As a qualified Naturopath, Nutritional Therapist and author of fermenting book Culture Your Life: Kefir and Kombucha for Every Day Nourishment and Nurture Your Life: The Real Food Weaning Guide Louise is a wealth of knowledge, insight and experience. Episodes include health talks including natural first aid and childrens nutrition, interviews, meditations, EFT tapping sess ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Welcome to series II where we interview an early career researcher in every episode. In this series we showcase and celebrate the interdisciplinary nature of scientific research, with guests from a range of research fields, geographical locations, and faculty positions. Our episodes cover research areas spanning from studying bacteria and viruses, to computational chemistry for successful drug design. Analysing gunshot residue in forensic science, understanding aerosols and their importance ...
 
Don and Kevin are talking about all kinds of interesting topics to make you think. As well as having interviews with people that are really interesting. It's a unique show, but if given a chance, I think you'll like it. Give it a try... Get many more full episodes on our Patreon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hello Beauty- Yes, you! Join me, host Joyce Platon, as I chat with today’s beauty, wellness, and lifestyle visionaries. Let’s discover their motivating journey together as I merge my love for the art and my passion in revealing one’s true inner beauty.
 
Future Perfect explores provocative ideas with the potential to radically improve the world. We tackle big questions about the most effective ways to save lives, fight global warming, and end world poverty to create a more perfect future.In season 3, we explore how the meat we eat affects us all. In eight episodes, Vox's Dylan Matthews and Sigal Samuel examine how the way we eat is shaping animal lives, human lives, and the future of our planet. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
A third world perspective on the world. Taking dumps on American Empire, being pissed off about climate change, passport apartheid, and economic oppression - but also being happy about ancient philosophy, science, bacteria, and children.
 
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Researchers have found a methane-eating bacteria living in a common species of Australian tree. The UK is considering a legal “right to disconnect” for remote workers. Archaeologists in Saudi Arabia have uncovered evidence of the oldest domesticated dog in that region in what could be the beginning of huge insights about the development of human so…
 
Space is hard, things are different there which means something simple as salmonella becomes much more challenging. The rules of bacterial infection and response change once you're in space. How does your body respond to bacterial infection in microgravity environments? Getting sick in space may be worse than on earth. The human microbiome is incre…
 
$2.4 billion proposal to commercialise scienceGut bacteria in infants play a vital role for life-long healthGenetic study answers key questions about the pink cockatooDung beetles. Without them, we’d be buried in it.Microscopic animal demonstrates UV resistance
 
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about SpaceX’s new renders of Dragon XL, the Tesla FSD debate, and unknown bacteria that could help us survive in space. 0:00 - Intro 12:21 - Tesla FSD won’t drive autonomously 23:08 - Mars Perseverance Rover Noises 30:48 - Oumuamua came from another Solar System 44:24 - #whydonttheyjust 50:51 - BMW’s new i4 1:06:26 - NASA re…
 
In this episode, we attempt to take a look behind the machine of science with Nature Communications senior editor Dr. Kyle Frischkorn. We begin by simply asking the question, "How do you publish in Nature?" Dr. Frischkorn breaks down several of the main hurdles to getting published in Nature. These include having striking findings in the actual res…
 
Scientists have created human-monkey hybrid embryos––yes, you heard that right. Archaeologists have found an entire lost city in Egypt. We have even more pterosaur news this week! And a very delicious false alarm in Krakow. Sponsors: Indeed, Get a free $75 credit at Indeed.com/goodnews Skillshare, Get a free trial of Premium Membership at skillshar…
 
Conserving More Than Just the Planet’s ‘Beloved Beasts’ Historically, “conservation” simply meant not overhunting a game animal, preserving sufficient populations to continue to hunt the following year. Over time, however, conservationists have learned to broaden their focus from individual animals to entire ecosystems, protecting not just species,…
 
Understanding St. Vincent’s Volcanic Eruption Since April 9th, the Caribbean island of St. Vincent has been rocked by eruptions at the La Soufrière volcano. Over the last week, plumes of ash and gas have rained down on the island, and dense masses of debris, called pyroclastic flows, are destroying everything in their path. Tens of thousands of res…
 
The boys start the new series with a bang. And a new format. One question, one scientist, plenty of relatively well-informed chat. To kick off, Rick and Michael go extra-terrestrial with 2016’s linguistic thriller ‘Arrival’. We’re talking a hundred words for snow, we’re talking babies on an island, and we’re talking (not so) Universal Grammar.Featu…
 
Seaweed a strong hope for drawdown of atmospheric carbonFestival reveals the beauty, wonder and potential of seaweedKey indicators of planetary health getting worse fasterDo trade unions speak to scientists?Climate change is f*%#ing terrifying. Has the media failed in telling the truth?Saving the threatened plants and animals of Norfolk Island…
 
Chris Smith and Kieno Kammies discuss the latest on blood clots and Covid-19 vaccines, including the US and South Africa decisions to halt use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Also, are the vaccines a risk for people with aneurysms, what causes recurrent nosebleeds, can we mix flu and coronavirus vaccines, why the heart is so tied up with emotio…
 
How do you get a galaxy named for you? In this episode, we learn about the incredible life of Burçin Mutlu-Padlik, who discovered a new type of galaxy now known as “Burçin’s Galaxy.” Since she was young, Burçin dreamed of studying the stars as an astrophysicist. But she faced many challenges to getting an education, because of what she wanted to we…
 
These ants shrink their brains for motherhood — but can also grow them back; Intense boreal forest fires may change tree species, and lead to more carbon uptake; ‘Where’s the blue food?’ Scientists find source for natural blue food dye in red cabbage; Tons of microplastic is being thrown into the atmosphere from roads, oceans and fields; Contemplat…
 
The CDC says we should wait two weeks after our final COVID-19 vaccination to be considered fully vaccinated, but why? What do spiderwebs sound like? These scientists turned them into music. Google Earth’s latest feature shows us how destructive we’ve been to the planet. And the new YouTube channel I can’t get enough of featuring Hot Wheels on a tr…
 
Host Sarah Crespi talks with Staff Writer Adrian Cho about a new measurement of the magnetism of the muon—an unstable cousin of the electron. This latest measurement and an earlier one both differ from predictions based on the standard model of particle physics. The increased certainty that there is a muon magnetism mismatch could be a field day fo…
 
Christine Rosche, M.P.H., C.N.S., Board Certified Nutrition Specialist and Digestive Health Expert developed an integrative approach to digestive health based on 25 years experience in the health care field. She describes how an imbalanced microbiome predisposes to bad Covid outcomes; additional studies suggest that drastic alterations to intestina…
 
This mini-episode with nutritional therapy practitioner Andrea Wien gives a down-to-earth overview on what leaky gut is, how you get it, why it matters, and how to heal from it. If you’ve ever dealt with allergies, autoimmune disease, digestive distress, or literally any other symptom, leaky gut may be to blame. Leave Us A Rating And Review! The Mi…
 
We’ve all been talking about Zoom Fatigue for the past year, but a new study has the facts on the phenomenon. Have you tried booking a rental car and noticed they’re all sold out or only going for exorbitant prices? Here’s why. And, a double dose of pterosaur news today! A look at the unique structure of their vertebrae that enabled the giant creat…
 
In an ideal world, cutting carbon emissions would be enough to stop global warming. But after dithering for decades, the world needs a back-up plan. Kelly Wanser is the leader of a group called SilverLining that works to promote research into what it calls “solar climate intervention.” Also called “solar geoengineering,” this approach involves putt…
 
Lets discuss the natural course of immunity and immunologic memory to SARS-CoV-2 and compare and contrast that (natural immunity) to the immunity offered by The Shots currently available. Support your Intermittent Fasting lifestyle with Berberine HCl by MYOXCIENCE Nutrition: https://myoxcience.com/products/berberine-hcl-ala Link to show notes: http…
 
While we’re still ringing in the New Year, let’s ring in this old one again too: join Jon and Andy as they pan across the landscape of 1995 film music. Was it a less complicated time? How did America sound? How many Oscars for score were awarded? How many more movies than Jon did Andy watch? And, which of them should be rewritten as musicals?https:…
 
I'm on blood thinners and was told I can't take turmeric but two doctors told me it was okay to take curcumin. What say you?; My alkaline phosphatase is low. My doctors say it's no big deal but I'd like to know your thoughts; Do you know of any studies about potential risk of EMF radiation from electric vehicles?; I would like to know about the var…
 
Should I get vaccinated despite previous Covid-19 infection? Can I get a combined flu and Covid-19 shot? Why can't my pharmacist give me a Covid jab in South Africa? Is a Covid-19 vaccine safe for someone with a history of Guillain-Barre syndrome? Can you find out what Covid-19 variant has infected you? Did they really find Jack the Ripper? And why…
 
Today I had the pleasure of spending time chatting with my good friend Dr Gemma Newman. GP with over 17 years experience in medicine, whole food plant based advocate and now best selling author of the book “The Plant Power Doctor”, A simple prescription for a healthier you. I’ve known Gemma for a number of years and she is one of the most kind hear…
 
"Harnessing the Nine Pillars of Aging." Anti-aging researcher Greg Macpherson challenges us to embrace aging in his new book which details the current scientific theories that explain how we age. He envisions progress which will enable individuals to attain 3-digit longevity. The conundrum is how to extend lifespan without end-of-life disease and d…
 
Quantitative models built by the mathematical biologist Trachette Jackson can make cancer therapies safer and more effective. The post Trachette Jackson Fights Cancer With Math first appeared on Quanta Magazine. The post Trachette Jackson Fights Cancer With Math first appeared on Quanta MagazineBy Steven Strogatz and Quanta Magazine
 
Genetically-modified mosquitoes are set to be released in Florida, but will locals thwart the project? A new technology that can 3D print bones directly inside of patients’ bodies. Is TikTok our latest great art movement? No really, stay with me on this one. Sponsors: Indeed, Get a free $75 credit at Indeed.com/goodnews Skillshare, Get a free trial…
 
A stimulus plan for the post-Covid 19 era: Going big on nutrition “infrastructure”; Why SNAP alone won’t guarantee nutritional quality; Is tinnitus a possible side effect of vaccines? Since first shot confers 80% protection, can you forego the second Covid vax? Gardening improves seniors’ mental and physical health amid lockdown; Will grandpa and g…
 
Discount stores often sell products with hazardous chemicals; "Food deserts" perpetuate inequality; New study of studies exonerates saturated fat, doubles-down on trans-fats risks; Inactivity drives 1 in 14 deaths—but beware of post-exercise munchies; DHEA for osteoporosis; Natural support for autoimmune hepatitis; Chronic sinusitis sufferers show …
 
A caregiver by nature and registered nurse by training, SterileCare CEO Karen Mueller explains why solution-driven healthcare, as opposed to our current fear-driven healthcare, along with a dash of good business sense, is the right path forward to a more effective system. This approached helped her see that a solution eradicating the formation and …
 
Hydrogen fuel promises a cleaner future, but the methods to make it are often dirty. A new approach recycles and treats waste water with sunlight to efficiently produce hydrogen. A new electrolysis approach turns waste antibiotics into hydrogen fuel cells. Removing antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals from waster water can be tricky, but a new tec…
 
Dr. Leor Weinberger begins this episode by talking about his motivation for developing a novel therapy for HIV. He explains the fundamental mismatch between the mutation and transmission of the disease and how our therapies work, which inspired him to take a novel approach to try and combat the disease. We discuss topics such as the potential for s…
 
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