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When a topic as complex as vaccines becomes socially taboo, where do you go to talk about it? Join pediatrician Dr. Bob Sears and Melissa, mother and health freedom educator, on this informative journey where we will discuss everything from disease outbreaks to vaccine risks and side effects, the vaccine schedule, media hype, vaccine laws and controversies, and everything in between. Learn more at our non-profit website ImmunityEducationGroup.org | Sources available at bit.ly/vaxconv . Suppo ...
 
Welcome to your dose of football (or as you say on this side of the pond, “soccer”) news! My new podcast, Back Again with Troopz, will not only have in-depth Arsenal match previews and reviews, it will also cover the rest of the weekend’s fixtures and key talking points from the world of FOOTBALL. Get ready for Troopz in the US Of A, fam!!
 
You're Kidding, Right is a podcast by two junior doctors for everything you need to know about paediatrics (or "pediatrics" if you like more bang for your buck from letters). Each week we release an episode on key topics that will help you understand how our littlest patients work. Whether you're a junior doctor, medical student, nursing grad, general practice trainee or anyone who wants to learn the who, what, when, where and how of kids, we will do our very best to make your learning a lit ...
 
Welcome to the Daily Record’s game-changing new podcast Fergie Time – featuring Scotland and Rangers legend Barry Ferguson as you’ve never heard him before.Every week join Ferguson and chief football writer Keith Jackson as they get straight to the heart of all that matters in Scottish football. And a bunch of other stuff you probably never even realised you cared about until now.This is Ferguson at both his most relaxed and his most explosive. Hear him unload on everything from the state of ...
 
Football Scotland Daily will get you up to speed with all the latest news and talking points just in time for your evening commute home. Let the Football Scotland team act as your guide through the wonderful, mad world of Scottish football. We’ll bring you a mix of discussion, breaking stories and transfer news every day between Monday and Friday. And if you can’t wait for the next episode to upload to get your fix you can find us at footballscotland.co.uk or over on Twitter @Football_SCOT
 
Welcome to the best football podcast in town, "Well Done Michael, He's 13" Simply, this podcast is just pure football. Total football if you will - we will discuss current talking points, have some great guests and take a look at some of the more light-hearted and funny side of the beautiful game. Football is about people, opinions and debates. One person's red card tackle is another person's 'he got the ball ref'. During lockdown, if we had a pound for every group chat football debate, disa ...
 
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Epiglottitis is a life threatening inflammation of the epiglottis, classically caused by Haemophilus influenzae (Hib), but other pathogens can cause it too, and should especially be considered if an immunised individual presents with epiglottitis. The most important thing initially is to avoid distressing the child, as this could worsen airway obst…
 
After Aberdeen's five-star performance vs BK Hacken in the UEFA Europa Conference League at Pittodrie Stadium, Glen welcomed Calum back to the show to review the tie - talking JET, Christian Ramirez's poachers instinct, Lewis Ferguson, King Andy Considine, and much more! If you enjoyed this podcast, please do follow us to ensure that you do not mis…
 
Eosinophilic oesophagitis (or EoE) is caused by an immune response to dietary antigens. It can cause symptoms like chest pain, vomiting and dysphagia. Untreated, chronic oesophageal inflammation can ultimately lead to oesophageal narrowing and strictures. Follow us on Instagram @yourekiddingrightdoctors Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourekiddi…
 
Mycobacterium tuberculosis has overtaken HIV/AIDS as the leading cause of death from infectious disease in the world, according to the WHO. One third of the global population is infected, including those with latent disease. In this episode, we discuss the presentation of tuberculosis, screening tests, definitive diagnosis, and management. Links an…
 
Today, Glen is joined by Stato Grant of Campbell's Footballs and - former Aberdeen, Sunderland & Silkeborg goalkeeper - David Preece! With the latter providing a Scandinavian insight on The Dons' UEFA Europa Conference League opponents - BK Hacken - ahead of their clash at Pittodrie Stadium... If you enjoyed this podcast, please do follow us to ens…
 
Wilms tumour (also known as nephroblastoma) is a type of kidney cancer than mostly affects children. It mostly occurs in kids under 5. Often the child seems well at diagnosis and it is only picked up because someone notices a lump in their tummy. Treatment usually involved surgery to remove the entire kidney that has the tumour, and then chemothera…
 
The boys are back with Episode 100 and are celebrating with the most talked about guest in the shows history! All the usual fun on the Open Line as they are joined by Glasgow band Saint Phnx & the Player Profile Play Off is on with piesports.com! Full video at patreon.com/footballdaft And remember check out G4 claims at notatfaultclaim.com…
 
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome is the most common paediatric overgrowth and cancer predisposition disorder. It is a genetic condition presenting with a wide range of symptoms and signs. Sometimes it is referred to as exomphalos-macroglossia-gigantism syndrome. Individuals with BWS are at increased risk of developing embryonal cancers, with the most co…
 
Neonatal abstinence syndrome describes drug withdrawal signs in newborn babies after they have been exposed to certain medications in utero, typically opioids. Babies can go through withdrawal after birth when they are no longer being exposed to the substance in the maternal circulation via the placenta. Follow us on Instagram @yourekiddingrightdoc…
 
The boys are back and there's no guest this week, but we have something EVEN BETTER! Yes, Chris Toal has finally graced us with that Big Brother story and it is a belter! PLUS, Grado wanted to trial a new segment for the show, Grado's 3 Riddles! All the usual banter on the Open Line & another challenger on the Player Profile Play Off with piesports…
 
Following on from our episode on meningococcal, we bring you a guide to interpreting cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) results - once you've gotten some CSF from that hopefully champagne tap! (A champagne tap meaning a perfectly clear tap that isn't contaminated by red cells!) In this episode, we go through what's normal in CSF, and a guide as to what shou…
 
3 BIG talking points on today's podcast Sir David Gray Retirement Tough time to join the club Attacking fullback! That day in May Legacy Coaching/Future Manager Who is the next captain? Return of fans Fans returning to Easter Road Only some fans for County game? Make it a special day? What have you missed the most? Return of Derbies Favourite Derbi…
 
Cystic fibrosis is an autosomal recessive disorder that affects many organ systems, particularly the respiratory and digestive systems. It causes thick secretions which block ducts and airways. It is most common in people of northern european descent. It is a life limiting disorder but huge advances in treatment have been made and life expectancy i…
 
A “pulled elbow” (sometimes called a nursemaid’s elbow) is subluxation of the radial head at the elbow (or, if you are being very technical, subluxation of the annular ligament). It usually occurs in kids aged 1-4. The name pulled elbow literally describes the mechanism of injury in most cases - typically it’s a child who is about to run onto a roa…
 
Meningococcal disease is caused by Neisseria meningitidis, a gram negative diplococcus. The two most common presentations of meningococcal infection are meningococcal meningitis and meningococcaemia. An individual may present with one or both of these. Rapid recognition and treatment is vital, requiring IV antibiotics, but even with treatment, up t…
 
Current Partick Thistle defender and former Aberdeen, rangers, Ross County and St Johnstone man, Richard Foster joins the boys for a chat. Talking square gos with Archie Knox, almost crashing the car after hearing a penalty claim and spending the night in the Premier Inn after his Champions league debut. On the big question it's all about who shoul…
 
Nitrous oxide is a common choice for procedural sedation, for its rapid onset and offset and combination of sedation, anxiolysis, amnesia and some level of analgesia. It's great for short procedures like cannulas or suturing. In this episode, we will go through the use of nitrous oxide, common side effects, contraindications to be aware of, and pro…
 
Football Daft presents a special show on the eve of Scotland's Euro campaign as Clyde 1's Cassi Gillespie catches up with the last man to take the country to a major tournament, Craig Brown! Joining him are some of the characters that made up his team, with assistant Archie Knox, captain Colin Hendry and Cassi's very own dad, player liaison officer…
 
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