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Faces of Digital Health (former Medicine Today on Digital Health) is a podcast on digital health, exploring how different healthcare system adopt technologies in healthcare. Its aim is to satisfy curiosity about different cultures, identify barriers to success in different countries and finding answers and advice for accelerating the success of digital health entrepreneurs.
 
Comedians Paige Weldon and Emily Faye don’t think hanging out at the mall should stop in adulthood. Join them and a guest each episode as they discuss mall memories from their youth, current day mall-going habits, and classic stores like Spencer’s, Wet Seal, and PacSun. Follow Mall Talk on Twitter and Instagram @malltalkpod. Photo by Mandee Johnson Photography @mandeephoto
 
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How would you rate your pain on a scale of 1 to 10? Pain is a very subjective matter and there’s plenty of research done and in progress to understand it better. In this episode Sara E. Berger, a researcher at IBM with over a decade of experience in the pain field talks about how science defines pain in the first place, how can pain be quantified g…
 
This week Christina Catherine Martinez zooms in to discuss faint memories of Birds of Prey, her parents’ 70s Glendale Galleria love story, working at Brea Mall’s psychosexual nerve center aka the Nordstrom Espresso Bar, a formative petting zoo moment at Whittwood Mall and, finally, dashed dreams of becoming a cool MAC girl. JOIN THE MALL TALK PATRE…
 
It is absolutely scary to get an infection and run out of options to treat it. Broadly speaking, existing antibiotics are and are going to keep losing their effectiveness, if antibiotics and antimicrobials are not used effectively. In this episode, you will hear a discussion with Mr. Oliver Schacht, a corporate finance professional and expert in th…
 
Tommy McNamara (Stand By Your Band) joins us to talk about our new favorite Seattle-based bass player, buying a whole outfit at once at Uniqlo, loitering at the outdoor tables and attempting to see Saw II at Old Orchard in Skokie, IL, an unfortunate mishap involving an iPod Touch and Christmas shopping at Northbrook Court in Northbrook, IL, and goi…
 
WHATS GOOD INTERNET this month's guest is the delightful and charming Raquel Namuche who I met because she yelled at me on the street and we've been friends ever since. We talked about her childhood in Lima and Queens, getting into punk at ABC No Rio, finding other immigrant punk kids in the Migra Punk scene, becoming involved with activism as a te…
 
Bianca Rose Phillips is a Global Digital Health Law theorist from Australia, and the founder of a Digital Health Think Tank. In her legal work, she is focused mostly on Australia and the USA. Many people know her by her framework of the so-called 8 pillars of digital health law-making. Bianca also contributed to the recently published book, Voice T…
 
The hilarious Jon Gabrus (High & Mighty, Action Boyz) zooms in to talk about the big ArcLight and Pacific Theatres news, walking to the Grove for the movies and farmers market, spending hours at Long Island malls Sunrise and Roosevelt Field, and of course, embodying the lifestyle that is Tommy Bahama. We also finally get to the bottom of why mall p…
 
A clip from last week's Patreon Plaza episode "Courtney 1986 Book Club: Friendship Superhero" in which we recap the latest totally tubular and totally mall American Girl book Courtney: Friendship Superhero. Get the full episode and access to the whole back catalog at https://www.patreon.com/malltalkpod…
 
Casey Ross is an investigative reporter for STAT News, where he covers AI development in healthcare and medicine. Last year he analyzed over 160 AI product market approval submissions cleared by the FDA between 2012 and 2020. As it turns out criteria for assessment and the dataset submitted differed a lot. Only 7 of 161 AI products cleared by the F…
 
Fellow Aerie-head Anna Hossnieh (Ethnically Ambiguous, Deckheads) joins us for the long-awaited Mall Talk Aerie episode! Will they finally sponsor us? TBD. But first, we discuss the Glendale Galleria, a perhaps mid-2000s Olsen twins accessory line, the value of just-in-case stores, a beautiful moment in a Johnny Rockets and Northern California mall…
 
Two-thirds of people who file for bankruptcy in the US cite medical issues as a key contributor to their financial downfall. It’s understandable since if you get sick, you might lose a job and your health insurance. Even if you have health insurance, you might have high deductibles and face the threat of high costs. According to the Kaiser Family F…
 
This week Emily and Paige are joined by Erin Mallory Long, who always goes into Macy’s and gets a lemonade at Hot Dog on a Stick if she’s at the Americana/Glendale Galleria. We cover the possibly haunted Rotterdam Square Mall in Rotterdam, NY, nearby Crossgates Mall and the concerted effort it took to get there, really living it up at the calendar …
 
This episode explores health literacy improvement and women empowerment in Malaysia, Kenya and Tanzania. You are going to hear from two speakers: Shamala S. Hinrichsen, the CEO of Hanai, a company providing health information to the underserved populations in Malaysia and Kenya. The other speaker is Mariatheresa Samson Kaduschi, the CEO and CO-Foun…
 
Griffin Newman (Blank Check podcast) zooms in to talk missing out on the teenage mall experience in Manhattan, making up for it at Valencia Town Center in Valencia, CA for a brief period in college, an epic bicoastal Dave & Buster’s-based quest and finally, an escape to the magic of the movies as we cover all things AMC Theatres. Pre-roll videos wi…
 
Heavy hitter alert. This month I talked to artist, activist, scholar, illustrious zine maker, and my very old friend Mimi Thi Nguyen about coming to the US as a refugee as a child; getting into punk through Maximum Rocknroll; falling out of love with punk because of a bunch of shitty men involved with MRR; falling back in love with punk through Evo…
 
This episode explores Amazon’s efforts in healthcare, the challenges of increasing transparency in AI development in healthcare, and a little bit about the state of turning microbiome research into business. There were many doubts that Amazon could succeed because healthcare and drug management are complex etc. It’s 2021 and Amazon is offering a co…
 
Opey Olagbaju joins us to talk Columbia Mall, Arundel Mills and Laurel Mall in Maryland, sneaking into movies that weren’t even that good, getting banned from the Apple Store, a “graffiti” incident at Hecht’s department store, waiting in line for Space Jam Jordans in 2009 and, of course, all things Downtown Locker Room. Plus, Emily reports from the…
 
In January 2021 a jury in Montana delivered what is believed to be the first verdict in a wrongful life case, awarding over $400,000 compensation for medical and emotional costs due to the unwanted treatment of Rodney Knoepfle. In theory, patients have the right and option to draft an advanced care plan, a written document with their preferences ab…
 
This week Paige and Emily welcome Caitlin Peluffo (Good Time Gal podcast, Colbert) to talk about looking for a boyfriend at Hillsdale mall in San Mateo, CA, getting Abercrombie on clearance and pairing it with a Costco cami, and the perfect holiday shopping destination for moms: Crate & Barrel. Plus another exciting round of Name That Store and som…
 
While discussions about the end of life are not easy, the pandemic opened up space for us to talk more openly about dying and the best possible care in the last days of our lives. This is the third discussion about AgeTech: In the first episode of this series, you can listen to what can we learn about the aging society from Japan. In the second epi…
 
Miles Gray (The Daily Zeitgeist) joins us to talk growing up on San Fernando Valley malls including but not limited to Sherman Oaks Fashion Square, Burbank Town Center (formerly Burbank Media City Center) and Fallbrook Center. Plus venturing to westside malls like Westfield Century City and the Beverly Center, sneaking into R-rated movies, experien…
 
As a part of the currently running series about AgeTech, today’s episode is focused on elderly care and how to best match caregivers and the elderly. You are going to hear from an Austrian entrepreneur, Anja Silbauer. According to OECD, health care coverage is near-universal, and accessibility of services is generally good. Austria is among the cou…
 
Jason Sheridan (Podcast: The Ride) joins us to talk about the Rainforest Cafe gift shop turned Star Wars Trading Post at Downtown Disney, his times singing Christmas carols and playing hide and seek at the mall as a kid, the short-lived ill-conceived Six Flags Rollercoaster Cuts and finally, Another Universe - a now-defunct themed mall comic book s…
 
This is the first episode about AgeTech and rethinking the last years of our lives. Over 2.3 million people died due to COVID by February 2021. These were mostly older people. Many of them died alone in the hospital, without the option to say goodbye to their families. Without even someone from the medical staff at their bedside. COVID opened up sp…
 
Erin Yanke fuckin rules. I asked her on the show to talk about her incredible podcast, It Did Happen Here, but we also touched on her band Noxeema, the film she worked on, Arresting Power, growing up in Humbolt and the Bay, interning at NPR, and I somehow forgot to ask about the fucking DEAD MOON BOOK!!! This is why you gotta keep your notes in fro…
 
This week Paige and Emily talk to the hilarious Caleb Hearon about Hollister and Lucky You colognes, Facebook marketplace-based friendships, driving to Independence Center in Independence, MO as a right of passage, and the joys of meeting your mom at a mall between towns. Plus all things Buckle including but not limited to the Buckle Challenge, Buc…
 
Hacarus is a Japanese company developing AI Solutions for Manufacturing and Medical Industries. Their Salus platform for medical and life sciences uses Medical imaging data such as CT & MRI scans, time-series data, such as ECG data, and medical record to create precise, complex tools, that aid caregivers and researchers to provide better, faster an…
 
Martin Urbano (Kimmel, Who Wants $2.69?) joins the pod to talk shopping the Macy’s clearance rack, committing a Yu-Gi-Oh!-based crime in a Waldenbooks, losing interest once a mall gets rid of its bookstore and more at Sunrise Mall in Brownsville, Texas, the Rivercenter in San Antonio, and the Galleria in Houston. Plus all things FYE, the ultimate s…
 
Dr. Padmini (Mini) Murthy - Professor and Global Health Director at New York Medical College School of Health Sciences and Practice. Dr. Murthy is a physician and an activist who trained in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She has practiced medicine and public health for the past 28 years in various countries. She worked as a consultant for United Nation…
 
The hilarious Sydnee Washington (Unofficial Expert, Hobby Hunter) zooms in to talk Manhattan Mall in New York, Auburn Mall in Massachusetts, working at Victoria's Secret, getting Steve Madden cowboy boots at Macy’s, and learning what not to wear aka the whole catalog at Aéropostale. Plus a Valentine’s edition of Name That Store and some IKEA meatba…
 
Diversity is an increasingly debated topic in startup investments, since founders of under-represented backgrounds may it be gender, race, age, and more too often experience inequality in opportunities. US VC funding for female-founded or co-founded companies has been trending up in recent years. However, last year women were impacted by the pandem…
 
Brodie Reed joins us to talk about Lawndale Mall, Fox Hills Mall, Guitar Center, Best Buy, the golden age of gauges, malls as the perfect setting for any genre, and finally, the “successful years” of GameStop and its surprising offerings today. Plus a Forever 21 update, unreasonably expensive containers, and Emily’s exciting new Home Good. JOIN THE…
 
Music can change our mood, energize ur, make us feel invincible. It goes beyond that: it can heal. MedRythms is a digital therapeutics company building direct stimulation solutions that use clinical-grade sensors, AI-driven software and music to help restore function lost to neurologic disease or injury. Last year, the company received a Breakthrou…
 
This week Emily and Paige talk to Samantha Ruddy (Colbert, Full Frontal) about a harrowing journey to a cookie cake, her numerous run-ins with the cast of The Office as a Scranton, PA teen, the different vibes of Steamtown Mall and Viewmont Mall, and of course, the most iconic mall engraving kiosk/store of them all, Things Remembered. Also, why we …
 
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