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PodcastDX is an interview based podcast series in a “peer-to-peer supportive format." We have found that many people are looking for a platform, a way to share their voice and the story that their health journey has created. Each one is unique since even with the same diagnosis, symptoms and the way each person will react to a diagnosis, is different. Sharing what they have experienced and overcome is a powerful way our guests can teach others with similar ailments. Many of our guests are en ...
 
The Clever and Creative podcasts are produced by Creative Geelong Inc. in partnership with the City of Greater Geelong, developing the creative industries and driving thinking outside the square. Simon Finch from Corner Shop Studios, is our host for the series. Each podcast will feature interviews with people who are supporting and helping to deliver on this community vision
 
Relatable Leader is produced to benefit the following listener groups: 1. People employed by organizations in which they hold a leadership position, or those who have been identified as potential leaders. This is one of the main participant groups attending my face-to-face trainings. 2. People aspiring to build careers as professional trainers and who want real-life insight into what that career might look like. These people frequently reach out to me to learn how I became a trainer and the ...
 
Arts House is well-established as one of Australia’s most exciting contemporary arts presenters. ​​​​​​Our dynamic program of activities fosters the development and presentation of innovative, multidisciplinary works, stimulating peer and sector development. As a City of Melbourne program, Arts House enjoys a stability that allows long-term artistic vision and ongoing investment in new ideas and art forms. We take a holistic approach, supporting the various stages in the life cycle of artist ...
 
Life After College is a podcast dedicated to helping and supporting the individual transitioning from college to the life that comes after it. We're German and Jake, and we're two guys who have gone through and are still going through this transition. We'll be publishing podcasts discussing various topics, reading emails you sent us, and striving to help you with any advice we can offer. We don't have the answer to everything, but we constantly have questions and the drive to find the answer ...
 
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In this episode we will discuss Halloween Safety during COVID ​Fall celebrations like Halloween and Harvest Day are fun times for children, who at one time could dress up in costumes, enjoy parties, and eat yummy treats. These celebrations also provide a chance to give out healthy snacks, get physical activity, and focus on safety. ​Check out these…
 
Our guest today is once again Lita Tomas, one of our co-hosts. Lita has suffered with GERD for most of her adult life (as you learned in S6E19) This year's upper endoscopy showed damage to the esophagus from the chronic acid backflow. She now has a new diagnosis of Barrett's Esophagus. Barrett's esophagus is a potentially serious complication of GE…
 
Our guest today is Lita again, she has recently had her torn rotator cuff repaired. I would like to refer to the Mayo Clinic to explain this complex group of muscles and ligaments: The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint, keeping the head of your upper arm bone firmly within the shallow socket of the shou…
 
Two Co-Hosts discuss injectable neurotoxins as a medical treatment, especially for migraines. Neurotoxins are injected around pain fibers that are involved in headaches. It enters the nerve endings around where it is injected and blocks the release of chemicals involved in pain transmission. This prevents activation of pain networks in the brain. I…
 
Volunteering can help you make friends, learn new skills, advance your career, and even feel happier and healthier. With busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, the benefits of volunteering can be enormous. Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community, but the benefits can be even gre…
 
Yep: I dial random numbers until someone answers the phone. It's exciting when someone picks up and is willing to talk with me. I don't know what to expect, and that's part of the fun. This gentleman who specializes in sustainable farming practices added value to my day and I think you'll be glad you took time to hear what he has to say!…
 
Hyperacusis is defined as a collapsed tolerance to normal environmental sounds. Ears also lose most of their dynamic range. Dynamic range is the ability of the ear to deal with quick shifts in sound loudness. Suddenly everyday noises sound unbearably or painfully loud. The disorder is often chronic and usually accompanied by tinnitus (ringing in th…
 
Even though we often feel Physicians are 'super-heroes" during times of extreme stress even these heroes need support! Dr. Jackson is here today to talk with us about the care and support that physicians can give one another. The current pandemic is such a stressful time for all of us, have you considered how hard it is on the front line workers? ​…
 
Rabies is a fatal but preventable viral disease. It can spread to people and pets if they are bitten or scratched by a rabid animal. In the United States, rabies is mostly found in wild animals like bats, raccoons, skunks, and foxes. However, in many other countries dogs still carry rabies, and most rabies deaths in people around the world are caus…
 
I decided to break through the pandemic isolation barrier and start talking to people using the telephone. Dialing random numbers until someone picks up, I'm hoping they will talk with me about their favorite supervisor or job, or their experience in a leadership position. This is my first call and you get to listen in.…
 
Moira Cleary (more-a), a mom of two beautiful, smart, funny teenagers who both live with often debilitating chronic conditions, is a Certified and Accredited Professional Coach as well as a Mindfulness Practitioner, she is sharing her knowledge and experience with Moms struggling, as they parent children with challenging, complex or even extra-ordi…
 
In this episode I question the legality of "demanding" people turn on their video cameras if there are people outside of the organization in the meeting. I also provide suggestions for dealing with the potential invasion of privacy when people are working remotely from "home" - if they have one.Catherine Goggia による
 
This week we are discussing endometriosis. Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus. Endometriosis most commonly involves your ovaries, fallopian tubes and the tissue lining your pelvis. Rarely, endometrial tissue may …
 
Our guest this week is Asiya Rafiq. She has an educational background in Psychology, and is a Certified Applied Behavioral Analyst from Dubai. She is also a Certified Volunteer in Special Olympics with the United Arab Emirates. From a business standpoint she is an advertising professional, a Modest Fashion Designer (Specialist Adaptive Wear), and a…
 
Have you ever felt overwhelmed at trying to balance family and life? Dr. Tameka Blake is here with us to discuss the importance of achieving a balance and gives us an idea of how a physician might attain balance between running a business and being a doctor. Dr. Blake is originally from Brooklyn, NY. In 2001, she attended Cornell University graduat…
 
Chronicling, or journaling is an important part of the health care field! For patients or the professional medical team looking after patients, a great deal can be gained by simply writing down your experiences, symptoms, thoughts or ideas! We don't often get a viewpoint form the medical team members and were very happy to include "The Women in Whi…
 
This week we are talking with Doctor Kat Ogle on discrimination in healthcare. From medical students to doctors and naturally the patients in between, how common is racism in the medical community and what can be done to end it? Dr. Ogle doesn't hold back on this important topic! Dr. Kat Ogle| Washington DC Emergency Medicine Physician Author ​ Dr.…
 
An upper endoscopy is a procedure used to visually examine your upper digestive system with a tiny camera on the end of a long, flexible tube. A specialist in diseases of the digestive system (gastroenterologist) uses an endoscopy to diagnose and, sometimes, treat conditions that affect the esophagus, stomach and beginning of the small intestine (d…
 
FINDING THE RIGHT Mental Health Professional isn't difficult—and it shouldn't be. There still exists a stigma of sorts, that taking care of your mental health is taboo and people may be reluctant to even ask about care. When you put your life in someone else's hands, you need to feel confident that this is an individual with enough smarts, qualific…
 
I am Lwimba Kasongo and I have been living with sickle cell for over 30 years! I call myself a warrior because i have come this far despite the challenges that come with living with Sickle cell . The pain, the stigma, the in an out of hospital , the medicines all make it a hard journey. Living with Sickle cell is a daily battle field but to come th…
 
Oluyemi ‘Yemi’ Moses was born in Durham, NC, USA to parents who immigrated from Nigeria. She was the middle child in a family with seven children; four of those children were born with sickle cell disease, and Yemi was one of them. Throughout her life she has stood firm on the belief that sickle cell would not diminish her life, and her life experi…
 
The past few months have been a time to take a step back, reflect on current needs and options, adaptability, and taking action to support each other and take good care of ourselves. In this episode I share insightful thoughts from another influencer on the topic of Sensitive Leadership.Catherine Goggia による
 
Our guest today is Sophia Anna, also known as "The Sick Sexy" and continues in our series on Sickle Cell. Born in 1993 and originally from England with a background of Greek and South American heritage, Sophia Anna is an online writer, content creator, model and works in healthcare. She is extremely passionate about invisible illness and launched h…
 
Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a chronic vascular disease, with a range of acute and chronic complications driven by ongoing vaso-occlusion. The diverse clinical manifestations of SCD can affect organs throughout the body. The self-perpetuating cycle of vaso-occlusion and vaso-occlusive crises (VOCs) may account for the majority of the burden of SCD.…
 
Bile ducts carry the digestive liquid bile from your liver to your small intestine. In primary sclerosing cholangitis, inflammation causes scars within the bile ducts. These scars make the ducts hard and narrow and gradually cause serious liver damage. Our guest today is Jenna Zigler an avid blogger at The Comical Colon…
 
Narcolepsy is a chronic sleep disorder characterized by overwhelming daytime drowsiness and sudden attacks of sleep. People with narcolepsy often find it difficult to stay awake for long periods of time, regardless of the circumstances. Narcolepsy can cause serious disruptions in your daily routine. Our guest today is Lindsey who will discuss her l…
 
Diane is a stage IV lung cancer survivor. She lives in Momence, Illinois with her husband, two dogs, and one cat. She works full time as a supply chain clerk. In her free time, she loves to travel and spend time with her family including her twin sister, new niece and two nephews. Non-small cell lung carcinoma is a type of lung cancer, also commonl…
 
Spiro Koulouris is a leading gout diet expert, author, and blogger at goutandyou.com. He’s dedicated his life to inspiring people to obtain a healthy lifestyle and living a gout-free life. Called the “rich man’s disease”, gout is considered one of the most painful of the rheumatic conditions and is a rapidly growing problem that afflicts an alarmin…
 
Mama Mish here. In the lead up to Sydney’s iconic Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, I had the opportunity to speak to Keri Le Page, Inclusion & Diversity Partner at IBM ANZ on how more Australian organisations could adopt policies to better support LGBTQ employees and specifically those employees who are transitioning between genders. IBM is one of the r…
 
Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that can cause illnesses such as the common cold, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). In 2019, a new coronavirus was identified as the cause of a disease outbreak that originated in China. The virus is now known as the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavir…
 
Our guest this week is Jennifer Kraft. Jenny suffered a spinal cord injury in a bicycling accident which left her paralyzed. Spinal cord injury (SCI) results in loss of nervous tissue and consequently loss of motor and sensory function. There is no treatment available that restores the injury-induced loss of function to a degree that an independent…
 
Our guest for this week is Casey Hersch, MSW, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker, author, and founder of www.lightyoursparkle.life. She specializes in integrative treatment models for chronic illness. Inspired by her own struggles with autoimmune illnesses and trauma, she educates about empowerment and how to build individualized healing pl…
 
Stay in place! Work from home if you can. Covid-19 has given you the perfect opportunity to update your professional presence online. Go for it! Listen to this episode for the "Here's How". Please share this podcast with the people in your circle who are working at reduced hours or who have lost their jobs.…
 
Our guest today is Brian Tally. Brian developed idiopathic osteomyelitis in his spine in 2012. The infection was missed by the healthcare providers and he ended up with severe damage to not only his spine but his organs as well as the disease ate away at him from the inside. Brian is a former Sgt in the United States Marine Corps. He was stationed …
 
Although there is no single cause to suicide, suicide is a major public health concern. Over 47,000 people died by suicide in the United States in 2017; it is the 10th leading cause of death overall. Suicide is complicated and tragic, but it is often preventable. Knowing the warning signs for suicide and how to get help can help save lives. It most…
 
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