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The Detox and Chill Podcast is a lifestyle podcast based in Boston. It’s our mission to share how we pursue our passion for wellness while balancing our real-world corporate jobs! It’s a place where green juice and wine are interchangeable and nothing is off limits. Instead of finding yourself down an internet black hole, we’ll be bringing the experts straight to you so that your burning questions can be answered. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/detoxandchill/support
 
Ever notice women are overwhelmed and struggling to keep it all together? This podcast provides straight talk along with inspiration for existing and aspiring women real estate investors to live both balanced and financially free lives. Liz Faircloth and Andresa Guidelli chat with some amazing women real estate investors, who open up their lives and share practical and strategic tools for growing a rental portfolio, flipping houses and the mindset that allows them to run a successful investi ...
 
This podcast is about strange medicine. I will use my experience as an ER nurse to explore the world of medicine. True Crime, coroners cases, medical mysteries, bizarre treatments from around the world, scary diseases and medical breakthroughs. Real life stories from the Emergency Room. Sometimes it's the cure that kills you!
 
The best and the worst advocates for God, if he needs them, are believers, and the more passionate you are about your belief the more in danger you are of getting it wrong and doing Him/Her damage, not to mention people you malign. Over the centuries misguided Christian leaders have done immense damage to those with whom they disagreed or demonised.Christian anti-semitism over many centuries it can be argued prompted the holocaust. The Great Reformer Martin Luther's booklet "The Jews and the ...
 
Want to drop fat by eating ridiculously well and exercising less? Whether you’re into Intermittent Fasting, Keto, Paleo, Plant-Based, Wild, Carnivore or completely clueless, we’re here to help you eat right, train smarter, and transform your body and mind to be your absolute best. This family-friendly show is free of outside advertising for your listening pleasure. Winner of 4 awards and #1 in Health in 8+ countries.
 
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One of the most important functions you will perform in the postpartum period are the assessment of and interventions for the newborn. This episode covers APGAR scoring and key nursing interventions during that critical “I’m new here!” period. Text version and references here: https://www.straightanursingstudent.com/apgar-scores/ Ready to change th…
 
Iran’s only Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant has been shut down, and will remain offline for “three to four days,” state TV reported. The shutdown is the first in the plant’s ten years of operation. An official from Iran’s state power company, Gholamali Rakhshanimehr, announced the shutdown on a talk show on Sunday, and told the public that it could res…
 
China has administered more than a billion Covid-19 shots since the start of its vaccination program, health authorities have said, as the country moves closer to meeting an ambitious target set for the end of the month. The announcement by China’s National Health Commission means that Beijing is responsible for more than a third of all doses admin…
 
Facebook has pledged to provide a more detailed explanation of what constitutes satire on its platform, after the company’s oversight board ruled that a meme commenting on the Armenian genocide was wrongfully removed. The social media giant said it was committed to developing a “new satire framework” which will be used to assess facetious or sarcas…
 
The Pfizer vaccines, which the Palestinian Authority (PA) rejected on Friday due to the fact that they were near their expiration date, were identical to those given to citizens inside Israel, the country’s Health Ministry said. Earlier this week, the two sides agreed that Israel would transfer its short-dated doses of the US-made jab to the occupi…
 
Composer Shirley J. Thompson is the first woman in Europe to have composed and conducted a symphony within the last 40 years. She tells us about her new work Emanation, which she’s written for the disabled-led ensemble BSO.Dame Darcey Bussell Former Principal of The Royal Ballet & Strictly Judge, President of the RAD & creator of Diversity Dance Mi…
 
A helicopter transporting ballots cast during Iran’s presidential election has crashed, resulting in one fatality and nearly a dozen injuries, according to media reports. The accident occurred in the country's southwestern Khuzestan Province. The person killed in the crash was a police officer tasked with guarding the ballot boxes, the province's g…
 
Conservative judge Ebrahim Raisi has been declared the victor of Iran’s presidential election. As the clear frontrunner, Raisi received congratulations from rival candidates hours before preliminary results were announced. Iran’s Interior Ministry announced the final results on Saturday, showing that Raisi had won in a landslide victory. The minist…
 
Candidates in Iran’s presidential election have conceded the race to hardliner Ebrahim Raisi. Outgoing President Hassan Rouhani has also issued his congratulations, although the results have not yet been made official. Raisi, the current chief justice of Iran, was the clear frontrunner heading into the polls. Voting began on Friday and continued in…
 
Two people have died after two explosions went off near the office of an army-backed political party in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, on Friday, witnesses and rescue officials said. The first blast targeted a military truck parked outside the office of the Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) in Yangon’s Tamwe township. The USDP is seen …
 
Liberian rebel commander Alieu Kosiah has been handed a 20 year prison sentence over charges of rape, killings and even cannibalism in the first war crimes trial in a civilian court in Switzerland. On Friday, the Swiss Federal Court found Kosiah guilty on all but four of the 25 charges he faced for his alleged actions while in the United Liberation…
 
Lithuania is considering a scheme this week that would allow tourists staying in the country for over seven days to receive a Covid vaccination, also extending the offer to its nationals living abroad. The Deputy Economy Minister Vincas Jurgutis revealed that the proposal was made based on principles of safety in the country and popular enquiry: “W…
 
A Belgian court has said AstraZeneca only needs to supply the EU with 80 million doses of its Covid-19 vaccine, out of the 120 million sought by the bloc, but it faces fines if it misses certain set delivery targets. The Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical giant had originally committed to deliver 300 million doses of its jab to the EU by the end of June,…
 
The 193-member United Nations General Assembly has voted in favor of reappointing Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for a second term. His new five-year stint is due to begin at the start of 2022. Guterres, who has led the global body since 2017, was sworn in following Friday’s vote. .@antonioguterres reappointed for second term as UN Secretary-Ge…
 
A United Nations report released on Friday found that the number of people around the world classified as refugees or asylum seekers rose to more than 82 million in 2020, as people continue to flee drawn-out wars and persecution. That’s about one percent of the world’s population, according to the UN refugee agency report. Ongoing conflicts in area…
 
Norway has announced that the third major phase of its plan to reopen society will take place on Sunday, with citizens allowed to welcome up to 20 people to their homes and hospitality allowed to stay open beyond midnight. “Norway is on track and we're ready for step three,” Prime Minister Erna Solberg told a news conference on Friday, adding that …
 
Emissions-reducing regulations being considered by Brussels could soon mark the end of the road for the internal combustion engine, according to a report. The radical proposal has faced pushback from the bloc’s auto makers. New cars powered by diesel and gasoline could be barred by the bloc in an effort to meet a zero-emissions target for vehicles …
 
Violence broke out between Palestinians and Israeli security forces after Friday’s prayers at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Nine injuries and over a dozen arrests have been reported. In videos posted on Twitter, Palestinians, who refused to disperse after the afternoon prayers, hurled rocks at police outside the entrances to the Temple Mount compo…
 
The Spanish prime minister has announced that the law on mandatory mask-wearing outdoors is to be lifted next Saturday, June 26, as Spain’s vaccination campaign makes rapid progress. At an event in Barcelona on Friday, PM Pedro Sanchez proclaimed with confidence that "this weekend will be the last one with masks.” The Spanish cabinet will meet on J…
 
Iranians are heading to the polls to pick the next president of the country. Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s judiciary chief, is expected to secure a comfortable win, with most political heavyweights barred from running. Polling stations opened across Iran on Friday, with around 60 million people eligible to vote. The supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, …
 
The new Israeli government has announced that it will transfer between 1.1 and 1.4 million short-dated Pfizer shots to Palestine but in return will receive a shipment originally meant for the Palestinian Authority (PA) in autumn. In a joint statement on Friday, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s office and that of the health and defense ministries sa…
 
Dame Darcey Bussell is the former Principal of The Royal Ballet & Strictly Judge, President of the RAD & creator of Diversity Dance Mix. She joins Anita to talk about her passion for dance and her mission to rescue Britain’s ballet dancers, and raise spirits and money for struggling dance companies, by creating the British Ballet Charity Gala. The …
 
Public Health France (SpF) has said that less than half of health professionals working in nursing homes are vaccinated against Covid-19 after the health minister called on workers to come forward and get their shot. In data published on Thursday evening, SpF stated that only 41.9% of people working in nursing homes in France had been fully vaccina…
 
North Korea needs to be ready for both dialogue and confrontation with Washington, the country’s leader, Kim Jong-un, said in his first direct statement on policy towards the “newly emerged” US administration. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un provided a “detailed analysis” of Joe Biden’s administration during a plenary meeting of the ruling Workers’…
 
You don’t have to know everything before getting started in real estate. On today’s episode, we talk with Dominique Gunderson on how she started investing straight out of high school and has since done over 55 flips and wholesale deals. Your age or experience shouldn’t keep you from diving in. We discuss with Dominique how she got paid to gain valu…
 
Nepalese officials have said that 11 people have died after flooding and landslides, triggered by heavy rain, swept across the country. Chinese and Indian workers are among the dead and 25 remaining missing. Speaking to Reuters on Friday, district official Baburam Khanal said the bodies of three workers had been found near the town of Melamchi in S…
 
South Korea will use Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine as the second dose for 760,000 people who have already been administered the AstraZeneca shot, joining a growing list of countries that have mixed the two jabs. Seoul made the decision due to a delayed shipment of 835,000 AstraZeneca doses that was expected by the end of the month. Officials had hoped …
 
A top executive at Twitter’s Indian branch has received a police notice asking him to appear for questioning in Ghaziabad, after local authorities said the platform stoked communal hatred by refusing to remove a violent video. Manish Maheshwari, Twitter India’s managing director, was given one week to provide an in-person statement at a police stat…
 
Hostilities between Israel and Hamas-controlled Gaza have resumed with a vengeance, with Tel Aviv firing a flurry of missiles into the enclave in response to “arson balloons” as tensions flare up under the new Israeli government. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said they targeted a “military compound and a rocket launch site” allegedly operated by …
 
Another group abduction occurred in Nigeria on Thursday, with militants killing a police officer and kidnapping five teachers and an unknown number of students in an attack on a school in the northwest of the country. A gunfight erupted between the attackers and police outside a federal government college in the remote town of Birnin Yauri in the s…
 
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has said it will not bring in a minimum efficacy threshold for Covid-19 vaccines. The comment comes after clinical trials showed Germany’s CureVac jab to be only 47% effective against the virus. CureVac announced data on the efficacy of its jab on Wednesday after it was tested in second- and third-phase trials in…
 
An Israeli policeman has been charged with manslaughter over the killing of an autistic Palestinian man in Jerusalem over a year ago, the country’s Justice Ministry has said. He faces up to 12 years in jail if found guilty. The charges were announced by the Justice Ministry in a statement on Thursday. The officer who allegedly chased, shot and kill…
 
Top cabinet officials in the caretaker government of Jeanine Anez plotted a second coup to stay in power in Bolivia, according to leaked documents. The plan allegedly involved hundreds of US mercenaries flown in from Florida. Anez took power in Bolivia in November 2019, after mass protests backed by the country’s military and police forced Evo Mora…
 
French prosecutors have called on a Paris judge to sentence former President Nicolas Sarkozy to six months in prison in his trial over campaign finance violations, less than the year behind bars he had potentially faced. The request was made by prosecutors to the judge overseeing the case on Thursday during the ongoing trial over claims that Sarkoz…
 
Health officials in Africa have warned that the Covid-19 virus is gaining strength on the continent, with cases rising by more than 20% week-on-week in nearly two dozen countries as the vaccination rate remains woefully low. Speaking on Thursday, Matshidiso Moeti, World Health Organization (WHO) regional director for Africa, warned that cases numbe…
 
The leader of Sweden’s Christian Democrats has said his party will vote in favor of ousting center-left Prime Minister Stefan Lofven in a no-confidence vote, after the Left Party withdrew its support for the government. On Thursday, the leader of the Christian Democrats, Ebba Busch, vowed to vote against center-left Prime Minister Stefan Lofven’s g…
 
The unsatisfactory trial results of the German-made Covid-19 vaccine will have no effect on the pace of the national immunization campaign, the country’s government has said. “The announcement does not have an impact on the speed of our vaccination rollout,” a German Health Ministry spokesperson said, as cited by Reuters. The spokesperson declined …
 
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch (HRW) released a report on Thursday criticizing Canada’s indefinite immigration system for holding detainees in “abusive conditions” that cause psychological damage. The report, titled ‘‘I Didn’t Feel Like a Human in There’: Immigration Detention in Canada and Its Impact on Mental Health", was released a…
 
The French minister of health has vowed to reopen nightclubs in July but insisted there would be specific requirements as the country recovers from a severe third wave of Covid-19. Speaking on Thursday to France’s BFMTV, Health Minister Olivier Veran said they would allow nightclubs to reopen for the first time since the first Covid-19 lockdown was…
 
Japan is set to lift the state of emergency in Tokyo and other areas one month ahead of the Olympics, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has said. Certain “quasi-emergency” measures, however, will be maintained for two more weeks. The PM confirmed on Thursday that the state of emergency in nine prefectures including Tokyo is set to expire on June 20, ju…
 
Composer Shirley J. Thompson is the first woman in Europe to have composed and conducted a symphony within the last 40 years - New Nation Rising, A 21st Century Symphony, which was originally commissioned for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002, and then used for the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony. She’s now composed a new work, Emanation, which she…
 
The Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has announced that two million doses of Covid-19 vaccines will arrive in Iran on Thursday, in the fourth and largest shipment of lifesaving jabs. The spokesman for the IRCS, Mohammad-Hassan Ghossian, announced on Thursday that two million Covid-19 shots would arrive in Iran that same day, but did not elaborat…
 
The Australian Department of Health announced on Thursday that it will be limiting the AstraZeneca vaccine to over-60s, days after reports of the second death of someone who received the jab “likely linked” to blood clots. In a statement released on the health ministry’s website, the Australian government said it had revised its previous guidance o…
 
The South Korean government has granted $900,000 to a UN-led humanitarian aid initiative for Myanmar, which has suffered hugely following February’s coup. Editor's note: The article has been corrected to show that it’s South Korea, not North Korea, that has made a donation to Myanmar. A spokesman for the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanita…
 
Several of Australia’s largest banks have reported issues with their online banking apps, sparking chatter on social media about what could have caused the large-scale service outage. Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, and ANZ are working to restore online banking services that have reportedly stopped functioning across the country. “We’re aware some of y…
 
While barring foreign spectators from attending the Tokyo Olympics due to Covid-19, Japan is aiming to facilitate travel for its own citizens with plans to introduce dual-language vaccination passports next month. Japanese citizens will be able to file applications for vaccination certificates as early as mid-July, Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu…
 
A rocket carrying the Shenzhou-12 spacecraft with three Chinese astronauts on board has blasted off from China’s Inner Mongolia in a historic launch that is critical for the completion of the country’s own space station. China’s Long March 2F took off from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwestern China at 9.22am local time on Thursday (1:22a…
 
Praised recently as “hope for the unvaccinated world,” a Covid-19 vaccine developed by Germany’s CureVac is only 47% effective against the coronavirus. As its stock collapsed, the company blamed new virus variants. Preliminary results from second and third-phase trials on 40,000 subjects in 10 countries of Europe and Latin America show that CureVac…
 
Italian police have diffused a car bomb near the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, which was discovered ahead of the Euro 2020 football match between Italy and Switzerland. The city’s mayor said the device was found in an official’s car. The explosive device made of gunpowder and bolts was found wired into a vehicle a few kilometers from the stadium on Wedn…
 
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