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Leaders in the corporate field are learning that they are losing valuable and talented employees who feel uncared for and uninspired. Listen in to discover: Why soft skills, such as empathy, understanding, and emotional intelligence should be business imperatives How a culture of care can help attract and retain both employees and clients Why story…
 
Can you influence your biological age using science? Nikolina Lauc, CEO of GlycanAge, is asking these questions and is determined to find out how to reverse the aging process with a specific type of molecular testing. GlycanAge looks at a part of human biology that is often ignored: the human glycan. By measuring glycan, we can determine people’s b…
 
Can we explain how life emerged and gained cognition through explaining cell origins and evolution? We may be farther off than we currently think. Press play to learn: How we are thought to be cognitive while our cells are not Natural selection's place in the design theory Where the "life" resides in a cell David Galloway, an Honorary Professor of …
 
… And we’re not done with “worse” yet. Of course, we’re talking about the current virus situation. But as usual, we’re talking about it in a way you won’t hear from most other media outlets. Tune in to explore: Why Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has altogether stopped testing for the virus in the emergency room The coming rise of wrong…
 
“Food is medicine … There are foods that can heal you and foods that can poison you,” says Achina Stein. She’s an American board-certified psychiatrist with 25+ years of practice experience, and she brings a whole new perspective to the treatment of mental illnesses. Tune in to explore: The connection between inflammation in the body, the foods we …
 
Can public access to genome sequencing help mitigate overall risk in the future of medicine? With broader availability, new services can help propel testing to new heights. Listen in to learn: Why someone may choose to test their genome sequencing Possible roadblocks in utilizing genetic testing The timeline in the future for Merogenomics Inc. Dr. …
 
How can geomorphology be used to determine earthquake hazards? By watching the changes in geography over the Earth's history, we can learn to predict future geographic events. Listen up to discover: What geomorphologists study How predictions of stability can be made How Earth scientists can help with future environmental problems Mikael Attal, a g…
 
There is no question that we are living in unprecedented times with the ongoing public health crisis that is COVID-19. As we continue to deal with this pandemic, it seems that the stance on vaccination that governments and big pharma are taking is very black or white, leaving very little room for open discourse. In this episode, we are joined by Dr…
 
Is the climate really in a crisis like so much of the media and pop culture would like us to believe? Based on the actual statistics and historical climate events, we may not be in as much trouble as we think. Listen up to learn: When the most severe hurricane took place The two main problems with traditional energy The possible benefits of CO2 A C…
 
Does climate change deserve the panic it has caused in recent years? Based on statistics, it may not warrant the reaction we have been affording it. Listen up to learn: When air pollution was really the worst How the green transition can truly succeed Why recent climate models may be fundamentally flawed Bjorn Lomborg, the author of False Alarm, sh…
 
Does Nihilism deserve the bad reputation it seems to carry? Well, according to Wendy Syfret, it may be the key to happiness so many seek. Press play to learn: The classic definition of Nihilism How Nihilism can lend a new perspective on life Why pointlessness may not be such a bad thing Wendy Syfret, the author of The Sunny Nihilist: A Declaration …
 
What makes it so difficult for those suffering from endometriosis to find a proper diagnosis or relief? Unfortunately, due to misplaced research and lack of credence given to patients, the only practical and available treatments are difficult to obtain. Listen in to learn: The flaws in the retrograde menstruation theory Treatments for stabbing pelv…
 
Is cancer a byproduct of the evolutionary process? In this podcast, we are joined by Rafe Furst and Dr. Henry Heng to address questions like this. Rafe Furst is an entrepreneur, investor, and on the board at the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Dr. Heng is returning guest from the Center for Molecular Medicine and Genetics at Wayne School of Medicine. Bo…
 
How does cancer begin to spread throughout the body? Epithelial cells may be a significant culprit through cell metastasis and various mutations. Press play to learn: Why the body's features are consistently placed The impact of the liver's growth factors Possible breakthroughs in cancer research in the near future Engda Hagos, M.S., Ph.D., an Asso…
 
Can world religions possibly share more similarities than we may have thought? The similarities may surprise us if we look back at ancient religions and trace them through history. Listen up to learn: Why comparing religions can be dangerous What inspired the formation of religious texts How religious study can impact students Yair Lior, Ph.D. of r…
 
Emotional intelligence and stress reduction speaker and healer, Carla Sridevi Cohen, used to live a completely different life—until her body would no longer let her. Tune in to learn about her incredible journey and discover: The connection between stress and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) What transcendental meditation is and how it affected Cohen…
 
There are many ways to approach health and general wellness, and considering things such as psychedelic mushrooms as a potential health resource is certainly a rapidly developing field. Peter Reitano is an award-winning entrepreneur and the CEO of Gwella, a company that is at the forefront of bringing functional mushrooms to consumers. The goal of …
 
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