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Join NBA Legend and the King of Twitter Rex Chapman and one of his closest friends, Actor Josh Hopkins, for the Rex Chapman Podcast. With special guests and the latest news from the NBA, hear personal stories as Rex and Josh rose to the top of their careers from humble beginnings in Lexington, KY. The Rex Chapman Show is powered by BasketballNews.com and produced by Next Chapter Podcasts.
 
Navigating the modern dating world is not easy. That’s why Heather Hopkins, CEO & Founder of Graze, The Video First Social Network, and social media’s “Go-To Dating Gal,” is here to help guide you through the rugged terrain. Whether you’re looking for ways to level up your single life, grow within your relationship, or you just want to hear bold and blunt analyses of modern dating, this is the podcast for you.
 
The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center leads the field in scientific inquiry and sets the pace in the race to cure cancer. Our doctors and researchers are at the vanguard of discovery, implementation and treatment. Our podcast provides a glimpse at the work they do to combat cancer and the leading care that our state-of-the-art facilities provide.
 
The mission of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Nursing Research Program is to inspire and engage with nurses to participate in and disseminate the three forms of inquiry: evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and research. The Center for Nursing Inquiry’s purpose is to increase the competence, confidence and capacity of Hopkins nurses to engage in meaningful scholarly activities.
 
Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–89) was an English poet, educated at Oxford. Entering the Roman Catholic Church in 1866 and the Jesuit novitiate in 1868, he was ordained in 1877. Upon becoming a Jesuit he burned much of his early verse and abandoned the writing of poetry. However, the sinking in 1875 of a German ship carrying five Franciscan nuns, exiles from Germany, inspired him to write one of his most impressive poems “The Wreck of the Deutschland.” Thereafter he produced his best poetry, in ...
 
DOUG HOPKINS FLIPPIN' REAL ESTATE RADIO PROGRAM Personally involved in over 15,000 real estate transactions, Doug now brings his no nonsense approach to buying, selling, investing and profiting to the radio. Learn from the best flippin' real estate agent in America and find your next home or investment property. Call now to ask Doug and the team your real estate question. The on air lines are now open (323) 577-9330.
 
Johns Hopkins Medicine is pleased to present its health and medicine podcast, a lively discussion of the week’s medical news and how it may affect you. This five to seven-minute free program features Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Rick Lange M.D., professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins and vice chairman of medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
 
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is essential to DOMinating personal and professional success. Listen to this seasonal podcast as Kristen Hopkins dives deep into the need for culturally responsive SEL in urban settings and alternative environments. In the off-season, join Kristen as she discusses how we all can navigate our own dangers of the mind: fear, complacency, insecurity, and distractions in order to thrive in all areas of life.Take a listen!
 
This serious, yet witty and hilarious, romantic comedy by Samuel Hopkins Adams is a must read/listen! From the very beginning it intrigues you with the troubles and feminine woes of young Miss Darcy Cole. Being a dowdy, unkempt fledgling lady, she finds herself in a mirthful fix after telling a whopper to her room-mates in order to save face from her severely lacking personal life. Resentful and jealous of most all other women, and contemplating suicide, she turns to actress Gloria Greene fo ...
 
Join us on Thursdays at 2:00 pm est and 11:00 am pacific. Stay tuned for interesting new guests and topics. We have added a new show with a completely new format. It will be extremely local featuring the Willamette Valley In Oregon. The home of the great wine country, fabulous universities, unique communities and special individuals who make it all happen. So stay tuned for our new format show on Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm pacific time.
 
Hagar's Daughter was first published serially in "The Colored American Magazine" in 1901-1902 by Pauline E. Hopkins, a prominent African-American novelist, journalist, historian, and playwright. The book was described as "a powerful narrative of love and intrigue, founded on events which happened in the exciting times immediately following the assassination of President Lincoln: a story of the Republic in the power of Southern caste prejudice toward the Negro." (From the January, 1901, issue ...
 
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In our second edition of our Up to Speed narrative series, we tell the story of Japan’s economic miracle. What fueled Japan’s unprecedented economic boom, what led to its stagnation beginning in the 1990s, and what lessons can we learn from the story of Japan for the international economic challenges of today? UTS: Japan’s Economic Miracle Follow u…
 
On the latest episode of The Rex Chapman Show, Rex and Josh Hopkins are joined by the incredible Candace Parker. Returning home to Chicago after 13 seasons in LA, Candace is getting ready for the upcoming WNBA season, while commentating on the NBA and raising her daughter Lailaa. You can follow Candace Parker on Instagram and Twitter 3:40 - Candace…
 
Dr. Daniel Larsen is the author of an upcoming book with Cambridge University Press, Plotting for Peace: American Peacemakers, British Codebreakers, and Britain at War, 1914-1917. In this riveting new account, Daniel Larsen tells the full story for the first time of how Prime Minister H.H. Asquith and his supporters secretly sought to end WWI. This…
 
Imagine you have moderate to severe depression. Would you stop taking your medicines to be part of a research study comparing psilocybin to a traditional antidepressant? That was a requirement for participants in a recently reported study, and Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, says that’s not all. Johnson: In addition to …
 
You think someone's attractive, but you don't know what everyone else will think, so you get cold feet and start distancing yourself from this person even though they make you so happy.... let's unpack this in this episode. This and Having "The Spark," Has social media warped your dating life?, Dating post being with someone SUPER HOT Thank you to …
 
These days of COVID have shown us that extraordinary profound reimagining of many aspects of society are entirely possible. Might this be the time to forever do away with the idea that the only way to measure our progress, cultural, social, spiritual, economic, is purely by how much bigger our economy is than it was last year? It’s a weird metric… …
 
Cindy Hoots is the Chief Digital Officer and CIO at AstraZeneca, a world leader in biopharmaceutical drug development. Cindy shares her thoughts on how the digital revolution will impact every aspect of drug development from R&D to clinical testing to delivery to patients. Hosted by Farai Sikipa.Hopkins Biotech Podcast による
 
Children don’t get severe Covid-19 disease as often as older people do. That assertion underpins decisions to travel with children and otherwise exercise fewer precautions against infection in this population. Yet Covid is not benign for kids. That’s according to Aaron Milstone, a pediatric infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins. Milstone: It’s…
 
Assistant Professor Michelle Patch discusses the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s COVID-19 mobile vaccination clinics, how practitioners are being trained, and the skills students are learning through the COVID-19 pandemic. Follow on Twitter: Michelle Patch @MichellePatch24 Johns Hopkins School of Nursing @JHUNursing Episode Highlights: 0:30 Immun…
 
Dr Akila Viswanathan talks with Dr Ana Kiess from Johns Hopkins and Dr John Buatti from the University of Iowa to review the latest edition of Seminars in Radiation Oncology focusing on ‘Theranostics,’ the combining of therapeutic and diagnostic radiopharmaceuticals.Akila Viswanathan による
 
Imagine you have moderate to severe depression. Would you stop taking your medicines to be part of a research study comparing psilocybin to a traditional antidepressant? That was a requirement for participants in a recently reported study, and Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, says that’s not all. Johnson: In addition to …
 
Imagine you have moderate to severe depression. Would you stop taking your medicines to be part of a research study comparing psilocybin to a traditional antidepressant? That was a requirement for participants in a recently reported study, and Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, says that’s not all. Johnson: In addition to …
 
Imagine you have moderate to severe depression. Would you stop taking your medicines to be part of a research study comparing psilocybin to a traditional antidepressant? That was a requirement for participants in a recently reported study, and Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, says that’s not all. Johnson: In addition to …
 
Psilocybin compared favorably with a traditional antidepressant for treating moderate to severe depression, a recent study found. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, says an entirely different clinical approach will be required to use psilocybin routinely for depression. Johnson: That’s really for two reasons: the environme…
 
Psilocybin compared favorably with a traditional antidepressant for treating moderate to severe depression, a recent study found. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, says an entirely different clinical approach will be required to use psilocybin routinely for depression. Johnson: That’s really for two reasons: the environme…
 
Psilocybin compared favorably with a traditional antidepressant for treating moderate to severe depression, a recent study found. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, says an entirely different clinical approach will be required to use psilocybin routinely for depression. Johnson: That’s really for two reasons: the environme…
 
Psilocybin compared favorably with a traditional antidepressant for treating moderate to severe depression, a recent study found. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, says an entirely different clinical approach will be required to use psilocybin routinely for depression. Johnson: That’s really for two reasons: the environme…
 
For people with depression, sometimes traditional antidepressant medicines simply don’t work. Now psychedelic medicines may be a new choice, if the results of a study comparing psilocybin to escitalopram, an antidepressant, hold up. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, comments. Johnson: Traditional antidepressants help many…
 
For people with depression, sometimes traditional antidepressant medicines simply don’t work. Now psychedelic medicines may be a new choice, if the results of a study comparing psilocybin to escitalopram, an antidepressant, hold up. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, comments. Johnson: Traditional antidepressants help many…
 
For people with depression, sometimes traditional antidepressant medicines simply don’t work. Now psychedelic medicines may be a new choice, if the results of a study comparing psilocybin to escitalopram, an antidepressant, hold up. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, comments. Johnson: Traditional antidepressants help many…
 
For people with depression, sometimes traditional antidepressant medicines simply don’t work. Now psychedelic medicines may be a new choice, if the results of a study comparing psilocybin to escitalopram, an antidepressant, hold up. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, comments. Johnson: Traditional antidepressants help many…
 
Depression can be hard to treat, with even established medicines taking time to be effective and perhaps not helping at all. Now a new study compared the psychedelic drug psilocybin with escitalopram, an established antidepressant, and the results impressed Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, for the relief of depression. J…
 
Depression can be hard to treat, with even established medicines taking time to be effective and perhaps not helping at all. Now a new study compared the psychedelic drug psilocybin with escitalopram, an established antidepressant, and the results impressed Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, for the relief of depression. J…
 
Depression can be hard to treat, with even established medicines taking time to be effective and perhaps not helping at all. Now a new study compared the psychedelic drug psilocybin with escitalopram, an established antidepressant, and the results impressed Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, for the relief of depression. J…
 
Depression can be hard to treat, with even established medicines taking time to be effective and perhaps not helping at all. Now a new study compared the psychedelic drug psilocybin with escitalopram, an established antidepressant, and the results impressed Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, for the relief of depression. J…
 
Can the psychedelic drug psilocybin be used to treat depression? That possibility was examined in a recent study comparing psilocybin to escitalopram, an established antidepressant, in people with moderate to severe depression. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, describes the results. Johnson: I think it’s an extremely pos…
 
Can the psychedelic drug psilocybin be used to treat depression? That possibility was examined in a recent study comparing psilocybin to escitalopram, an established antidepressant, in people with moderate to severe depression. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, describes the results. Johnson: I think it’s an extremely pos…
 
Can the psychedelic drug psilocybin be used to treat depression? That possibility was examined in a recent study comparing psilocybin to escitalopram, an established antidepressant, in people with moderate to severe depression. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, describes the results. Johnson: I think it’s an extremely pos…
 
Can the psychedelic drug psilocybin be used to treat depression? That possibility was examined in a recent study comparing psilocybin to escitalopram, an established antidepressant, in people with moderate to severe depression. Matthew Johnson, a psychedelics researcher at Johns Hopkins, describes the results. Johnson: I think it’s an extremely pos…
 
On the latest episode of The Rex Chapman Show, Rex and Josh Hopkins are joined by James Jones - a three-time NBA champion and the general manager of the Phoenix Suns. Once described by LeBron James as his favorite player, Jones describes his path to the NBA and how he transitioned to the Suns’ front office. How did Jones take his mindset as a playe…
 
Ever heard of a pickup artist? Well, get ready to be mind blown. There are entire books and youtube channels some guys watch to learn how to psychologically trick a girl into getting with them... Know the moves to watch out for so you can be 2 steps ahead! Also talking makeup vs no makeup, pet names, what guys notice first when they see girls and m…
 
Nick Edwards, PhD is currently the Chief of Staff to the CSO at Resilience, a privately-held manufacturing and technology company devoted to building a sustainable and accessible biopharmaceutical supply chain. When we interviewed Nick, he was working in the Global Sales Operations division of Illumina, an American public biotech company that manuf…
 
This audio file is a recording of a recent Featured Faculty Talk with Doug Harris, a long-time instructor in the MA in Government program. In his upcoming book (co-authored with Amy Fried from the University of Maine) called At War with Government: How Conservatives Weaponized Distrust from Goldwater to Trump (Columbia University Press), Doug Harri…
 
This Friday will mark President Joe Biden’s 100th day as the 46th President of the United States. This means 100 days of Biden Foreign Policy. What has he done thus far? Has he kept his campaign promises? What are some areas his administration could improve on? And, is there a semblance of a Biden Foreign Policy Doctrine yet? To answer these questi…
 
On this episode of The Rex Chapman Show, Baylor Bears head coach Scott Drew stops by to talk about winning the NCAA national championship, growing up in a basketball family, the future of recruiting in college basketball, what Baylor fans can expect out of next year's recruiting class and more! The Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins is powered by B…
 
Children don’t get severe Covid-19 disease as often as older people do. That assertion underpins decisions to travel with children and otherwise exercise fewer precautions against infection in this population. Yet Covid is not benign for kids. That’s according to Aaron Milstone, a pediatric infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins. Milstone: It’s…
 
Children don’t get severe Covid-19 disease as often as older people do. That assertion underpins decisions to travel with children and otherwise exercise fewer precautions against infection in this population. Yet Covid is not benign for kids. That’s according to Aaron Milstone, a pediatric infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins. Milstone: It’s…
 
Children don’t get severe Covid-19 disease as often as older people do. That assertion underpins decisions to travel with children and otherwise exercise fewer precautions against infection in this population. Yet Covid is not benign for kids. That’s according to Aaron Milstone, a pediatric infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins. Milstone: It’s…
 
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