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私たちが見つけた最高のHealth And Well Beingポッドキャスト
私たちが見つけた最高のHealth And Well Beingポッドキャスト
If one doesn't care about their health and well-being, they are at great risk of losing them. The fast pace of life made people forget about this. Listening to podcasts is a good way for people who want to take care of their health and personal well being, but don't have enough time. Aside from bringing in health tips and solutions to health problems even if you are offline, podcasts bring in the personal touch of fitness trainers, psychologists and other experts, too. In this catalog of podcasts, you can familiarize yourself with the latest health news and current health issues. Furthermore, you can learn how to protect your physical and mental well-being, change your nutrition, get rid of bad habits and improve the quality of your life. Also, you can find successful stories of people who managed to change their lives and overcome health problems, thanks to the guidance of experts, who are open for questions. Also, people who are shy or feel insecure can find podcasts which reveal the secret laws of attraction and learn how to master them as well as heal the psychological wounds they might have received in the past.

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Lifestyle by Design is hosted by Karen Jacobs, an Occupational Therapist and a professor in Occupational Therapy at Boston University. Lifestyle By Design’s motto is “helping you solve everyday challenges.” Each episode will introduce you to extraordinary people who will share with us their stories of how they addressed a challenge in their lives, as well as professionals who will share their expertise on how to handle challenges big and small.
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Pat Talks with Sybil Chavis, Chief Business Officer at Sounds True. She discusses how she struggled to find the right path in life and about Sounds True's Inner MBA program and the Conscious Business Movement. See for privacy information.Audacy による
Pat talks with cardiologist Dr. James Freeman, director of the Yale Atrial Fibrillation Program and of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratories at Yale Medicine. He discusses atrial fibrillation during the pandemic. See for privacy information.Audacy による
Pat talks with Mayo Clinic neurosurgeon Dr. Mohamad Bydon, author of "Back and Neck Health" Mayo Clinic guide to treating and preventing back and neck pain. There is a connection between lack of sleep and lower quality of sleep and pain. Obesity, nutrition and a weak core can lead to back and neck pain. And Dr. Bydon recommends sleeping on your bac…
Pat talks with Dr. Tyler Webster of Valley Medical Group. He discusses the latest on daily, low dose aspirin for adults. The latest medical wisdom is that you should not take one every day, unless you've already had a heart attack or certain kind of stroke. Dr. Webster suggests a talk with your doctor or cardiologist. See fo…
Pat talks with "The Ethics Sage", Dr. Steven Mintz, Professor Emeritus, Cal Poly, and author of "Beyond Happiness and Meaning: Transforming Your Life Through Ethical Behavior" We discuss how to fight cancel culture and why we are a country so divided. Also: is it a pipe dream to wonder if kindness, empathy and leadership will ever combine to battle…
Adrienne re-joins the podcast to talk about her latest book, “Six Angry Girls,” a story of mock trial, feminism, and the inherent power found in a pair of knitting needles. She also shares about upcoming projects that she is working on and shares more about her process and inspiration as a writer. You can view all of Adrienne’s books on amazon in t…
Pat Talks with PBS star Miranda Esmonde-White, creator of the Essentrics workout program and a New York Times bestselling author. Check out Her workout is slow, gentle and whole body. Very intriguing is her Aging Backwards workout. See for privacy information.Audacy による
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