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Shift and Steer

PodcastOne / Carolla Digital

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A weekly podcast and Internet video show that focuses on the motorsport enthusiast lifestyle. Hosted by automotive industry veterans Brad Fanshaw (bonspeed Wheels), Matt D'Andria (Motorator.com) and Aaron Hagar (Rat Runners Garage and son of Sammy Hagar from Van Halen). Join us as we chat with like-minded enthusiasts and share stories from the best automotive events, auctions, races and more.
 
money.power.land.solidarity. is a Minneapolis-based podcast about economic and urban development, local politics, race, class, wealth, and culture from a working-class leftist perspective. Our entry point was the Upper Harbor Terminal Development, a project slated for North Minneapolis' river front, and continues to be core to our conversations and interviews.
 
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
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iHeartRadio & Friendlight Digital Media

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Friendship Feed is the one stop podcast for all discussions throughout. Join Singapore's first audio podcast as we will have episodes on various contents in Singapore and across the world. From iHeartRadio Podcast Network & Friendlight Digital Media, this is Friendship Feed. Reach to us via our email: thefriendlightmedia@outlook.com
 
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The whole squad is back on the mic joined by returning guest Amber Delgado to shine astrological light on the 2021 Minneapolis municipal elections. We start with a discussion on the 3 charter amendments on the ballot this year and then we check the planetary alignment of some of the top mayoral contenders. Support Dylan Robinson here Check out Ambe…
 
In this podcast series, Kamran Abassi, executive editor of The BMJ will convene experts from South Asia to discuss how the pandemic has affected the region, how measures like lock-down and vaccination have been handled, and the impact of the pandemic on the social determinants of health.In this first podcast, we're focussing on India and Nepal, and…
 
The pandemic has strapped rocket boosters onto vaccine science. So where is it taking us next? What other diseases are we about to take on? Prof Dame Sarah Gilbert, architect of the Oxford vaccine, gives me her view. Also, given teenagers and parents agree about everything and never have any arguments.... we should be able to rapidly resolve any qu…
 
On today's episode we are joined by Eli and Rachel from the Restaurant Opportunities Center, ROC MN, to talk about their successful organizing campaign that won $230,000 of back wages, unpaid overtime and damages from Kim Bartmann and the Bartmann restaurant group. We get the story of this inspiring campaign and discuss broader issues and organizin…
 
Here are the facts... Jonathan was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, but nothing has stopped him from achieving excellence and giving back to society. The valedictorian for NUS Class of 2021 is currently working at GIC as a Communications practitioner. Jonathan also actively contributes for TODAYonline, with commentaries ranging from public r…
 
In this latest episode of the Hot Topics podcast, Neal Tucker considers why the press have been attacking general practice and who stands to gain. We also look at new research in to giving anti-emetics for children with gastroenteritis, the accuracy of PHQ9 in assessment of depression and what are safe levels of air pollution. References BMJ Air po…
 
Anyone need a hug? I’m taking a look at this year’s Nobel Prize for Medicine. It helps explain how we experience the physical sensations of touch, heat and cold. Yes it’s the hugs, tea and ice cream Nobel! But it could also have implications for treating pain, so Prof Irene Tracey is here to discuss. And you wait decades for fortification and two c…
 
This week our regular panelists, Helen Macdonald and Joe Ross, are joined by Juan Franco, editor in chief of BMJ Evidence Based Medicine - to take a primary care focussed look at what's been happening in the world of evidence.On this week’s episode. As kids go back to school, winter bugs surge and pressure mounts on health services we look at two t…
 
This week our regular panelists, Helen Macdonald and Joe Ross, are joined by Juan Franco, editor in chief of BMJ Evidence Based Medicine - to take a primary care focussed look at what's been happening in the world of evidence.On this week’s episode. As kids go back to school, winter bugs surge and pressure mounts on health services we look at two t…
 
We’re going meat-free for this podcast! The supermarket shelves are heaving with faux meats and vegan ultra-processed foods. And if you don’t want to put milk in your coffee or on your cereals there’s a load of plant-based alternatives. So we take a look at how healthy these foods are and what you need to know when you’re doing the weekly shop. Sor…
 
Here are the facts... At a press conference on Sep. 24, the Multi-Ministry Task Force (MTF) announced the following measures from Sep. 27 to Oct. 24: - Permissible group sizes for social gatherings reduced from a maximum of 5 persons to a maximum of 2 persons. - HBL period extended Oct. 7 - Work-from-home default for this period - Groups of up to 2…
 
There has been a lot of work on the way in which surgeon's are affected by tiredness - and the whole medical workforce can probably relate to their experience.But there's a difference between tiredness and fatigue, and that difference might be important in understanding what's happening in your own life. Dale Whelehan is a physiotherapist, and PhD …
 
On today's episode we are joined by professor of Political Science, African and African American studies at the University of Minnesota August Nimtz to discuss his book The Ballot, The Streets or Both? From Marx and Engles to Lenin and the October Revolution in the light of the 2021 Minneapolis municipal elections. Professor Nimtz takes us through …
 
The infrastructure of Afghanistan healthcare is under threat, as international agencies who run clinics withdraw from the country. At the same time, some of the healthcare workforce are leaving the country, while those who remain face the prospect of their wages drying up as the economy of the country collapses. But there remain people dedicated to…
 
Welcome, to Season 3 of the Hot Topics podcast with Dr Neal Tucker. In this episode, we lament why Health Secretaries appear to hate healthcare. We also look at the rationale for covid boosters with new research on the vaccine response in the immunosuppressed and waning efficacy in the general population. In other research, can a 4-in-1 pill be a h…
 
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