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Immigrants make our food system vibrant, diverse and delicious. Each week, food writer Sari Kamin will speak to a noteworthy guest about how food helps connect them to their past, ease potential conflict across cultures and strengthen the future. She’ll also explore what it’s really like to be an immigrant in the U.S.A today.
 
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This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine we talk with Amy Rodquist-Kodet with UK Health and Wellness about the physiological and psychological benefits to bundling up and heading out in the great outdoors, yes, even in winter. Amy is now based in Minnesota so she knows of what she speaks.Greg Davis による
 
Dr. Greg talks with his friend and colleague Vaneet Arora, associate professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at UK HealthCare about the latest developments of coronavirus vaccines, their efficacy, and their eventual availability to all Kentuckians.Alan Lytle による
 
Before the end of the year, Kentucky is expected to receive around 38,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine and 77,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine. This week Dr. Greg talks with Clark Kebodeaux , clinical associate professor of pharmacy practice and science at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, about what to expect during and after this vit…
 
Last week Bishop Davis message was "Dealing With A Thirsty Woman", this week Bishop follows it up with a message entitled: "DEBATING WITH A THIRSTY WOMAN". Sometimes we just don't know how powerful our God is. We debate on doing things and dealing with different problems, when all we have to do is recognize who God is and put it all in his hands. E…
 
As we draw closer to the end of 2020, we realize that it has been a rough year. Some of us are even saying, throw the whole year 2020 away. But what we didn't realize is that 2020 caused us to become thirsty. To become thirsty for God, and not just anything will quench our thirst. We need God more than ever. Bishop Greg Davis speaks about the woman…
 
In these trying times, there are so many negative acts going on in the world. From Covid-19 to police brutality. The people of God need a word, and more importantly we have to hold on to that word. That's the title of today's message, "HOLD TO YOUR WORD". When God gives you a word, you better hold on to it, and don't let anyone take it from you. En…
 
Tom Rawlings talks about working his way from volunteer umpire to Director of Umpire Development for Little League International, discusses the process of getting selected to umpire in Williamsport, and shares what Little League is doing to get more young people involved in umpiring.Gerry Davis による
 
Researchers in the University of Kentucky’s College of Medicine and College of Engineering are testing a new technology to evaluate wastewater to track community presence of COVID-19. This week on Dr. Greg Davis On Medicine the host talks with James Keck, assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine.…
 
Today's message from Bishop Greg Davis is entitled: "The Pool Is Closed For The Season". Bishop Davis takes his text from John 5 verses 1-9. Bishop speaks about a pool named Bethesda, and just some pools around the world, they have seasons where they are open and closed. But when this particular pool is open, miracles take place. I'm so glad that G…
 
The uncertainty brought on by the pandemic could have a profound impact on people’s mental health — leading to increased feelings of anxiety and depression. Millions of people have lost their jobs; some have lost their homes or businesses. At the same time, isolation could compromise mental health — even as it protects physical health. Dr. Greg tal…
 
In this POWERFUL message, Bishop Davis speaks about Jesus healing the 10 men from leprosy. After they were healed, only one came back to thank him. Bishop Davis asked the question, WHERE ARE THE 9? This message teaches us that we shouldn't be the 9, but we should be the one. The one who gives God glory and gives God thanks in everything he does for…
 
To date President-Elect Biden's task force on the COVID-19 pandemic does not have a representative from the nursing profession. This week Dr. Greg talks with Theresa Brown , nurse and author of the New York Times' Best Seller, The Shift - One Nurse, 12 Hours, Four Patients' Lives , about the critical role nurses are playing in the fight against the…
 
The University of Kentucky, in partnership with Baptist Health Lexington and Norton Healthcare in Louisville, has been selected as a testing site for the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson’s Phase 3 clinical research study, called the ENSEMBLE trial, to evaluate Janssen’s investigational COVID-19 vaccine candidate, JNJ-78436735, …
 
As part of its observance of National Family Caregivers Month throughout November, UK Elder Care and Work+Life Connections is hosting its 5 th annual Senior Caregiving Conference Friday November 6 th . Dr. Greg gets a preview of the all-virtual event from UK Eldercare Specialist Terri Weber.Greg Davis による
 
The 10th annual Sanders Brown Center on Aging's Markesbery Symposium is a virtual event. Dr. Greg gets a preview on the major programming from Dr. Donna Wilcock, Assistant Dean For Biomedicine and Sweeney-Nelms Professor in Alzheimer's Research.Greg Davis による
 
Bishop Greg Davis concludes his series "I NEED A PLUG" with a powerful message entitled: "LOST & FOUND". Bishop Davis preaches from the text 1 Samuel chapter 9. The story deals with missing donkeys, but if you pay close attention, you'll realize that the story is deeper than missing donkeys. We don't want to give it away, just listen for yourself a…
 
Vaping is linked to a substantially increased risk of COVID-19 among teenagers and young adults, according to a new study led by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine . As part of our ongoing COVID-19 coverage, Dr. Greg Davis talks about the study with Ellen Hahn, Marcia A. Drake Professor in the UK College of Nursing and Public…
 
Bishop Greg Davis continues his series on "I Need A Plug". In this message entitled "I'm Going To See The Plug", Bishop speaks about Naaman and his disease, leprosy. Naaman speaks to a prophet about how he wants to be healed from his disease. Listen to the message and hear how it all transpire when Naaman go visits THE PLUG! Enjoy the message and b…
 
Flu season, like everything else this year, is looking a whole lot different. The same preparation is involved, with pharmacies and doctor’s offices preparing to give vaccinations for the flu season that generally runs from October to March, but with COVID-19 added to the mix, 2020’s flu season should be taken more seriously than ever. In fact they…
 
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month Dr. Greg talks with Ellen Swanson, mathematics professor at Centre College who recently received a diagnosis of terminal Metastatic Breast Cancer. She talks about her initial days spent in a haze of confusion and despair and how she discovered Living Beyond Breast Cancer , a group that offered not only help …
 
Bishop Greg Davis begins a new series entitled "I NEED A PLUG". In part one of this series, Bishop discusses the importance of having people in your life that can help you get to the place in life, that GOD has planned for you. Be careful how you treat people, they just might be the PLUG that your need! Enjoy this message and be blessed.…
 
With the typical flu season just around the corner what sort of complications can we expect with our ongoing battle with COVID-19? This week Dr. Greg Davis talks again with Vaneet Arora, a ssociate professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at UK HealthCare, about what we should expect when the two overlap.…
 
In the conclusion of this AMAZING series House Calls, Bishop Greg Davis entitle this one, House Calls: I'll Be There In A Few. Bishop Davis teaches from Mark chapter 5, where a man named Jairus fell at Jesus feet, pleading earnestly with him to save his daughter from death. Bishop Davis also teaches that Jesus may not come when you want him, but he…
 
In the second half of our conversation with Gerry's longtime partner, Rob Drake gives advice about game preparation and dealing with "butterflies," discusses how he's dealt with the pain of injuries, and tells a story about his ejection of Lou Piniella that led to fans littering Wrigley Field.Gerry Davis による
 
In part 3 of Bishop Davis' series "House Calls" Bishop reminds us how important it is to stay connected to the Prophet that relinquishes the word of God to you in your life. He preaches from 2 Samuel, where the Prophet prophesies to the woman that she would be pregnant with child and no one believed. Please, sit back and enjoy today's podcast. Be b…
 
From imposed lockdowns to travel bans — since early this year, countries, states and cities have used mandates and regulations as part of an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. Now, popular destinations are in the process of reopening in phases. But you may be wondering — is it safe to travel? Dr. Greg Davis talks with Jason Hope, director of in…
 
Veteran umpire Rob Drake recalls what it was like getting the call to MLB after working in the Minor Leagues for over 15 years, tells a story about how his first appearance in professional baseball started in the middle of an at-bat, and shares memories from behind the plate for Felix Hernandez’s perfect game.…
 
As we continue to navigate the global pandemic more attention is being focused on a long sought after vaccine. Dr. Greg talks with Jerry Woodward, a professor of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics who led a preclinical study at UK on one particular vaccine that shows promise. He also discusses the efficacy of producing a shot once a va…
 
We step out of the usual Kentucky/US info bubble to get an international perspective on the global pandemic in smaller, more remote countries half a world away. Dr. Greg talks with Tara Loyd, executive director of the international group, Pivot, which is heavily involved in diagnosing and treating COVID-19 patients in Madagascar.…
 
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