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The ATA is evolving its webinar series. We have listened to our members and present a new conversational podcast series on the topics of tinnitus and hyperacusis, "Conversations in Tinnitus." "Conversations in Tinnitus" podcasts are hosted by audiologists John A. Coverstone, AuD, current Editor of ATA's magazine, Tinnitus Today, and Dean Flyger, AuD, a private practice audiologist in Paris, TX. Each podcast focuses on current issues, research, and treatment methods for people living with tin ...
 
A collection of the finest soothing & relaxing sounds which are ideal for sleep, relaxation, focus, studying, meditation, yoga, ASMR and helpful for tinnitus sufferers.Take a break during your busy day for relaxation and or meditation, get comfortable in a relaxing position and let these calming natural sounds diffuse your stress and tension. Listen while you sleep.Many sounds have the power to relax and ease us into sleep. Studies show natural sounds have a particularly relaxing and mindful ...
 
Candid conversations with people who live with Misophonia. Misophonia is a disorder in which there is a strong sensitivity to certain sounds. A person with misophonia feels rage and an inability to focus on anything but that sound. It feels like a fight-or-flight response. Host Adeel Ahmad has misophonia and interviews other "misophones" from around the world. All episodes are edited to be more sensory-friendly including equalization and brown noise. If you'd like to be a guest, go to https: ...
 
A miniature radio show that tells stories with sounds instead of, well, stories. Sign up on our website to receive new episodes: http://bit.ly/1oGTcHz. Every ninety-second episode is about a different sound. You could hear Earth Whistlers, mudpots, or bridges; a dying language, a forgotten language, or a way to communicate without words; what it's like to have auditory hallucinations, hearing loss, or tinnitus; famous music made by accident, by a murderer, or by a computer; or the call of th ...
 
Fathers after 50 is a podcast which highlights ideas to help men over 50 (or just about anyone, really) improve their health, longevity, relationships, and reach personal and financial goals. Most shows feature experts in their field, while some episodes focus specifically on fathers who’ve had children after the age of 50. If you have kids in the house, and especially if you are over 50, you're sure to gain helpful insights by listening in.
 
Musicians can face a number of physical and mental issues in their career, and when untreated these can lead to real problems that can affect playing, confidence and the ability to work. The good news is, the majority of these problems are preventable, but often musicians don’t know how to prevent the issues, or where to go when things go wrong. This is why we created the Elevate Music Podcast - helping musicians to improve their health and wellbeing, one episode at a time.
 
I am Joey Remenyi, Founder and Director of Seeking Balance International, a world-leader in recovery of chronic vertigo, dizziness and tinnitus symptoms. I take the holistic approach to healing. In this podcast I discuss the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of neuroplasticity for healing. Join me as I discuss the amazing potential of our brain to facilitate healing. I talk with various experts about the challenges we face in recovery of persistent symptoms and the mechanisms ...
 
Are you worried about your sleep and health? Are you bothered by lack of sleep or fatigue? Are you suffering from insomnia, sleep apnea, or other sleep disorders? Do you feel your sleep difficulties are getting in the way of being successful, happy, and motivated? Deep into Sleep podcast is here to assist you find the answers. Dr. Yishan Xu, a licensed clinical psychologist and a sleep specialist, explores inspiring conversations with guests from various fields, small business owners, studen ...
 
Hi Veterans, welcome to the VA Claims Insider Podcast! We’re Veterans helping Veterans get the VA disability rating and compensation YOU deserve. I’m your host, Air Force service-disabled veteran Brian Reese, and each week we share VA disability claim tips, strategies, and lessons learned to help you win, service-connect, and get rated at the appropriate level, even if you’ve already filed or been denied!
 
This podcast will make you smarter. We are a weekly podcast featuring cutting edge legal issues that helps you see things clearly in Music, Entertainment, Digital Media, Sports & everything in between. Hosted by renowned lawyer & litigator Richard Busch of King & Ballow who has won landmark verdicts for Eminem, Jillian Michaels, Al Bell, Marvin Gaye ("The Blurred Lines" Case) & more.
 
PodcastDX is an interview based podcast series in a “peer-to-peer supportive format." We have found that many people are looking for a platform, a way to share their voice and the story that their health journey has created. Each one is unique since even with the same diagnosis, symptoms and the way each person will react to a diagnosis, is different. Sharing what they have experienced and overcome is a powerful way our guests can teach others with similar ailments. Many of our guests are en ...
 
The podcast where we delve into the weird, wonderful and sometimes truly awful world of game shows. Each episode one of the 4 co-hosts (Bev Dobson, Mark Dobson, Mark Roberts and Matt Warrilow) will put forward a different show to talk about. We'll then cover everything to do with it - theme tunes, hosts, contestants, trivia, controversies - and ultimately, was it actually any good.
 
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In this week's episode, I am very delighted to have Dr. Lilach Saperstein an educational audiologist. Listen to the episode and find out; Is hearing related to sleep health: The ears are always On; What is tinnitus; Is tinnitus dangerous; Tune in and learn the importance of hearing. Plus, get free resources from Dr. Saperstein. Show Note: www.deepi…
 
New research has suggested that hearing loss and other auditory problems may be strongly linked to coronavirus. Researchers at the University of Manchester estimate 7.6% of people infected with COVID-19 experience hearing loss, whilst some 14.8% suffer from tinnitus. Looking at these findings in greater detail we spoke to Kevin Munro, an Ewing Prof…
 
Let's face it, the majority of Veterans all suffer from Tinnitus also known as the ringing in the ear syndrome. If you find yourself dealing with ringing, high pitched chirping, buzzing just know that you aren't alone! Here at VA Claims Insider we work with Veterans just like you every day! Our Veteran Coaches are proficient in educating and traini…
 
John S Anderson suggested bringing Dave Siever CEO of Mind Alive on the show as a guest. What a great call! Dave joined our Neuropsychologists Dr. Laura Jansons and Dr. Skip Hrin to chat about how Neurofeedback and Biofeedback can help the symptoms of TMJ and TInnitus. Topics Discussed: Types of TMJ Types of Tinnitus AVE Audio-Visual Entrainment de…
 
Have you had your VA claim denied? It sucks and you aren't alone here fellow veterans! It's very common to be denied VA benefits, but there's a way out, and we will show you HOW. In this video, we will give insight as to why your VA disability claim may have been denied and what your options are to get your VA claim approved in less time. A denied …
 
QEEG Tech Guru, and Mento,r Jay (Mr. Miyagi) Gunkelman was on the show a few episodes back and he suggested bringing on Santiago Brand. He is Vice-President Psytech Bioscience Scientific Consultant (neuropractor) at MYNEURVA Neuroscience consultant EDUVIC and Psychotherapy & Trauma Institute Clinical Director Brand Neurofeedback What another great …
 
Host Sarah Crespi talks with Contributing Correspondent Joshua Sokol about magnetars—highly magnetized neutron stars. A recent intense outburst of gamma rays from a nearby galaxy has given astronomers a whole new view on these mysterious magnetic monsters.Also on this week’s show, Christoph Zollikofer, a professor of anthropology at the University …
 
In the latest episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk to Tara Reade,a woman best known by the public for her allegations of sexual harassment and abuse by then-Senator, now-President Joe Biden. She talked about the cold reception her story received in American media, the constant attacks and legal threats she came under…
 
We are back from our spring break and better than ever! This week we talk everything you never wanted to discuss about nosebleeds. Adam makes an incredible unforgettable confession. Seriously, just wait until you hear this one! We discuss the movies Lady Bird and Chronicle, and of course, Nick discusses The Office. We've missed sharing for a few we…
 
Getting back to our roots & The Ultimate example about how idiotic the law can be, episode release schedule, two songs that changed his life, 1909 & 1976 Copyright Act, recorded compositions, not being able to play the full recording of "Got To Give It Up" at The Blurred Lines Trial, copyright protection, Ed Sheeran being sued by who, why & his tea…
 
In this video, I show you "How to Write a Winning VA Statement in Support of Claim" using our simple 4-step process. I also share a real VA Statement in Support of Claim Example with on-screen tips, strategies, and lessons learned. Personal statements (VA Form 21-4138) are immensely powerful and important for your VA claim strategy and should be wr…
 
Where can musicians learn more about successfully financing a career in music? Musician Calista Kazuko shares her top tips on organising and managing her finances, what she’s learnt about the application process and how to make top quality content on a budget. Consultant Remi Harris shares the best resources to find funding that’s right for you and…
 
Neuropsychologists Dr.Laura Jansons and Dr. Skip Hrin discuss Primitive Reflexes Quotes from the show "I don't think we are ok with just letting Adderall be the only answer" "You have reflexes that help you get birthed" "Yes this is the bashing the DSM show" Topics: C Section Births Baby's role in getting itself born Basal Ganglia stopping unwanted…
 
Podcast Producer Meagan Cantwell talks with Pamela Soltis, a professor and curator with the Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida and the director of the University of Florida Biodiversity Institute, about how natural collections at museums can be a valuable resource for understanding future disease outbreaks. Read the Nati…
 
In this week’s episode, I had a wonderful conversation with Sondra Kornblatt, she is a certified sleep coach and an author of books about brain function. Listen to the episode and find out; What is deep rest; Stop chasing sleep: Sleep is about letting go; What is the difference between rest and sleep. The only thing that we should chase is our drea…
 
Steven Sashen is one of the fastest sprinters over the age of 55 in the country. But he didn't start sprinting (since high-school) until his 40's. Along the way he discovered running barefoot not only resolved a lot of foot and leg injuries, but improved his speed and endurance. That twist of fate led to him creating a new sandal-shoe, then start X…
 
Our guest this week is Shannon Wyatt. Shannon has an extremely rare condition called von Hippel-Lindau Chuvash Polycythemia (we will abbreviate to VHL). Her only symptom that led to finding VHL was that she was diagnosed with kidney cancer at 34 years old, that didn’t even have any noticeable symptoms, it was just an incidental finding on an MRI, b…
 
This is Blurred Laws & Life with Richard Busch & he is here to discuss: a court filing due that had us dark last week, a win in the Court of Appeals for Jillian Michaels & her company, tragedy from tinnitus & the outpouring of outreach since Chapter 43, the murder trial of Derek Chauvin, lawsuits against Deshaun Watson, grilling of social media exe…
 
Relax to the sound of a small stream running down through the woods in the Carron Valley, Falkirk, Scotland. Atmospheric peace and tranquility which can help relax the mind and body, enabling greater clarity and a more balanced and productive state. This episode was sponsored by Unidragon Please visit the Unidragon website at https://unidragon.com/…
 
VA C&P exams can be scary. The key is to prepare for the exam so you're ready to tell your uncomfortable truths. In today's video, we're sharing 3 Tips to Prepare and Win Your VA C&P Exam (and calm your nerves a bit before the big day). ►Top 3 VA C and P Exam Tips Tip #1. Attention to Detail - Understand What's In Your Medical Records Tip #2. Mappi…
 
The bees are back in town, going about their daily tasks in pollination, but are they aware that they are in danger? Last year, was a deadly year for the bee populations- we lost over 40% of the honeybee colonies. We spoke with Dave Goulson, a prolific insect author and Professor Of Biology at the University of Sussex, to find out why bees are so v…
 
Is bigger better? Well not for the 120,000 people who have signed up to Dinky One dating it isn’t. The dating app for men with a smaller lunchbox and for women who prefer a lighter snack. Dinky One is the brainchild of businessman, David Minns who launched the dating app for men with small penises just before the UK entered lockdown and it has just…
 
Dr. Tony Ebel from The Pediatric Experience and Premier Wellness Care joins our Neuropsychologists Dr. Laura Jansons and Dr. Skip Hrin to discuss Chiropractic and Neurofeedback best practices. Some Dr.Tony Quotes: "I'm not looking to pathologize the problem, I'm looking to quantify it, locate it, track it so we can eradicate it" "I took the DSM and…
 
Most research on aging has been done on model organisms with limited life spans, such as flies and worms. Host Meagan Cantwell talks to science writer Yao-Hua Law about how long-living social insects—some of which survive for up to 30 years—can provide new insights into aging. Also in this episode, host Sarah Crespi talks with Noshir Contractor, th…
 
The EU appears to be in the midst of a nervous and emotional breakdown, flip flopping from one decision to the next. One minute they’re making bold and boastful statements that they will have no issue in blocking vital vaccine supplies from entering the UK and the next they announce that they will be cooperating with Great Britain to ensure that a …
 
New research led by academics at UCL and King’s College London has suggested that withdrawing from antipsychotic drugs may require months or even years. The review represents the first ever scientific paper outlining how exactly antipsychotic medication should be reduced in order to minimise both withdrawal effects and the risk of relapse. With mor…
 
Never before has a generation been so dependent on technology. As the pandemic and lockdown wraps its tentacles around society more people than ever are living life online. Throughout the last year social media has continued to grow and many would say it has become a vital part of their lives and offers them an outlet to communicate with their frie…
 
In this week’s episode, I interviewed Dr. Adam Dorsay. He is a licensed psychologist and a certified executive coach working in private practice in San Jose CA. Listen to the episode and find out; How distance hinders the good relationships between friends; What are the 3 overarching criteria of friendship; Two different types of relationships. Cli…
 
In the week following the mass shooting of three different spas in Atlanta, little is known about the circumstances of the attacks. A 21-year-old man has admitted to carrying out the shooting that left 8 people dead. According to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s official announcement, the suspect claimed that he committed the acts because of his sex a…
 
Donald Trump’s strategic advisor has announced that the former US president will soon return to social media "with his own platform". Trump was de-platformed from Twitter, Facebook, and a range of other platforms following January's deadly riots at the US Capitol in Washington DC. With more on this story, we spoke to London Mayoral Candidate Winsto…
 
The UK's decision to leave the EU is beginning to make more and more sense with each passing day as European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen continues to throw her toys out of the pram.In a move which has been described as mad, bad and dangerous, Ursula von der Leyen has announced that "Brussels would stop shipments of the AstraZeneca vac…
 
What can musicians do to make the most of online opportunities and audiences? DJ and producer Plastician shares how he's adapted to online performances over lockdown, what he's learnt from different streaming sites and what the future of digital might hold for him. Digital Consultant David Taylor shares tips on becoming an online musician and how t…
 
The first high-level meeting between the US and China of the Biden administration got off to a fiery start after both sides heavily criticised each other’s policies in a rare public display. Looking at the significance of this meeting between the two superpowers, we spoke to Tom Harper, Assistant Professor at Neijiang Normal University, in this int…
 
Once upon a time, in a land before the pandemic, if you had heard the word Zoom uttered, you may well have thought that somebody was describing an ice cream or a ride at a theme park. However, in an era where coronavirus reigns supreme, it is a word that has entered our daily lives and the lexicon and has been a constant companion throughout lockdo…
 
QEEG Guru Jay Gunkelman has been analyzing QEEGS for over 50 years joins our Neuropsychologists Dr. Laura Jansons and Dr. Skip Hrin Some epic quotes from "Jay G" re: DSM "You could burn it and flush it down the toilet and I think you've treated it appropriately" "It's the false standard to which we are held" "It doesn't predict anything but your bi…
 
Science Staff Writer Kelly Servick discusses how physicians have sifted through torrents of scientific results to arrive at treatments for SARS-CoV-2.Sarah also talks with Wesley Reinhart, of Pennsylvania State University’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Institute for Computational and Data Science, about why we should be build…
 
Proof that we're here to tackle the most controversial of issues, welcome to the episode where we discuss what marijuana does and doesn't do, and why movies that are all about weed are so dang funny. We break down 3 cult classics: "Dazed and Confused," "Pineapple Express," and "Friday." And Adam tells some stories, coming to you straight from legal…
 
Even the most ardent Brexit remainers must be breathing a sigh of relief that the UK isn’t currently involved in the vaccine chaos engulfing Europe.17 countries including Germany, France, Italy and Spain made the controversial decision to suspend the use of the AstraZeneca vaccination in the wake of reports that the vaccine could cause serious bloo…
 
Questions over personal ethics and responsibilities have dominated debates around the coronavirus, including whether or not it’s our individual duty to stay safe and free from infection. Considering some of these queries and the implications of our actions, we spoke to Vittorio Bufacchi, Author and Senior Lecturer at University College Cork.For mor…
 
Forecasts provided by ICE Data services show that frenzied sell-offs in the US government's debt markets have spilled into corporate bonds. As a result, company borrowing costs have risen higher compared to when the US economy was still recovering from the COVID pandemic. Looking at implications created by dysfunctional financial markets, we spoke …
 
Join Dr. Morrison and I as she explores being open to opportunities and what that can mean to your bottom line. Expanding services such as school screenings and industrial screenings are easy to do when you know your hourly breakeven. Join me in our private facebook group for unbundled practices: https://www.facebook.com/groups/360250875191406 Got …
 
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