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Sandra is the writer behind @nd.narratives that was @theadhdgoodlife on Instagram, a page where she shares her experiences and insights from her late in life ADHD diagnosis and Autistic self-diagnosis as a Black femme and transracial adoptee. This podcast explores the unique experiences of neurodivergent people (particularly those who've been historically excluded from mainstream neurodivergent narratives), often considering intersectionality and social justice lenses while sharing tools and ...
 
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Science Weekly podcast will now explore some of the crucial scientific questions about Covid-19. Led by its usual hosts Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin and Nicola Davis, as well as the Guardian's health editor Sarah Boseley, we’ll be taking questions – some sent by you – to experts on the frontline of the global outbreak. Send us your questions here: theguardian.com/covid19questions
 
The Royal PalmCast is a show about people and things that Realtors®, homebuyers and home sellers care about. Produced in the studios of the Royal Palm Coast Realtor® Association in Fort Myers, Florida, the podcast is hosted by RPCRA's Jim Sanville with producer Jerry Johnson, and features top real estate professionals from throughout Florida and beyond.
 
Manny Navarro, a South Florida native and Hurricanes beat reporter since the late 1990s, tackles all of the important subjects surrounding The U. From Miami's glorious past and rich history sending stars to the NFL to Manny Diaz's vision for the next great chapter, tune in every week to hear interviews and Navarro's takes from Coral Gables.
 
Climate Changers features interviews with remarkable entrepreneurs, scientists, activists, educators and other leaders who are taking initiative as we face a growing climate crisis. Climate Changers is for people who are tired of feeling helpless and want to hear real stories from thoughtful and effective leaders who are on the front lines of building the products and coalitions that will create change The future is worth fighting for, so join me in this weekly celebration of the heroes who ...
 
"Why, The fuck not?" Podcast episodes that are 20 minutes. You’ll find thought provoking topics, motivational talks on love and success as well as the hardships and drama life has to offer. Meet Coral Athena a twenty-something-year-old that you’ll find empowers you, to embrace struggles and capture the happiness of life. Coral is people first and kindness is the answer. Continue the conversation on instagram at Real Talk and Rosé Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realtalkandrose/support
 
Hello There, I am so glad that you are here- and I am so glad that I am here… Welcome to the Gluten Free You and Me Podcast!!! Where we learn to navigate and simplify our lives in this gluten filled world. My name is Coral Barajas and I am the founder of Serving Celiacs. I started our Celiac Journey about 4 years ago when my 3 year old daughter Chanelle was first diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Since her diagnosis my youngest daughter Sadie and I have both been diagnosed. That means 3 out of ...
 
Some of the world's greatest scientists, doctors and medical researchers share their discoveries and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
Meant to be Eaten looks at cross-cultural exchange in food and contemporary media. What determines “authenticity”? What, if anything, gets lost in translation when cooking foods from another’s culture? First-generation Chinese host, Coral Lee, looks at how American culture figures forth in less-than mainstream ways, in less-than expected places.
 
Hosted by Joe Cole and Adam Smith, with a line-up of incredible guests, we’ll be taking a look at some of the biggest games of the football season. From analysis to random stats and of course incredible stories from inside the dressing room, don’t miss All to Play For. Brought to you by JOE and Coral. Subscribe now for free.
 
Private Investigator Will ZPI investigates the times from an investigative perspective. Will ZPI, a Christian, has over 15 years in the investigation field. He is also a former Sgt. at Arms of one of the largest motorcycle clubs in the world. Will ZPI's professional research and life experience provides an interesting show.
 
Get the latest insights on climate change and breakthrough technologies and innovations that are fighting climate change! According to a United Nations climate change report, the evidence of human-caused climate change is overwhelming and continues to strengthen. The impacts of climate change are intensifying and climate-related threats to our physical, social, and economic well-being are rising at an unprecedented rate. Widespread climate changes are causing extreme heat, severe drought, un ...
 
An interview podcast series w/ Real Estate Title Attorney Richard L. Barbara, where he sits down with key individuals that are making a difference in both their life and their business. Brought to you by Coral Gables Title & Escrow. http://CGTitle.com http://Facebook.com/coralgablestitle/ http://Instagram.com/CGTitle See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Audio from New Mandala, a forum for anecdote, analysis, and new perspectives on Southeast Asia since 2006. Hosted by the Australian National University's Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs. Subscribe to us on iTunes or the Apple Podcasts app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1360166063
 
Science for people who give a sh*t. The 6-time Webby nominee delivers deep conversations with the world's smartest people (scientists, doctors, CEO's, farmers, and more!), and digestible news updates every single week. Get Action Steps you can take to feel better, and build a better future for everyone. We're talkin' clean energy and coral reefs, COVID vaccines and pediatric cancer research, clean water and carbon capture tech, asteroid deflection and artificial intelligence ethics. "A vital ...
 
Red Light Special is a weekly R&B podcast hosted by Rob Markman and Kristin Coral. Featuring in-depth artist interviews, spirited debates, and interaction with the listeners— the show explores R&B and how it makes us feel. Join Rob and Kristin as they discuss the podcast with moderator Sway Calloway from MTV and Sway in the Morning on Shade 45. Red Light Special is available on iTunes.
 
This is a collection of Bob Dye's timeless messages recorded between 1987 and 2004. Bob Dye was an active member and Deacon/Elder of Noelridge Park Church since he and his wife Coral moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 1970. Bob L. Dye was born on March 15, 1937 in Gowanda, a small town in rural western New York State. He was the third child of Ralph and Marian Scott Dye. Bob grew up on a dairy farm on Dye Road in South Dayton, NY. A devoted Christian, Bob graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College ...
 
Coach BK and fellow rockstar Coral Owens chats about what the Braving Karma is all about. INSPIRE ENCOURAGE Being Brave Braving Karma means that we are brave enough to look into the mirror, see what is working well for us and strengthen that as well as identify what isn't working for us, what is holding us back and is an obstacle, and working to resolve that. It also touches on being brave enough to work hard, not let fear and risk stop action. AND not be afraid to fall, ask for help and all ...
 
Future Cities is a monthly podcast that aims to increase awareness of, and to catalyze action on, urban resilience. The show examines this topic by discussing ongoing research, highlighting current efforts, and sharing stories of resilience in cities across the world. By exploring a wide variety of perspectives, the show digs deep into understanding the many dimensions of resilience and the ways in which cities prepare themselves for the extreme weather events of tomorrow. New episodes will ...
 
Ulises Caloz's self-produced debut album, "9 years" in the making, presents us with 12 original pop/rock tracks filled with powerful lyrics and instantly appealing melodies. Featuring some of Miami's finest musical talents, this album elevates the familiar sounds of today's mainstream latin music to a new level. In songs like "Que Se Sentira" (What does it feel) a beatleish styled ballad produced alongside well re-known latin producer and artist *MonteRosa*, you will undoubtely connect with ...
 
Join host Candace Cooper & her cohosts: Kenton Gibbs, JJ Jackson, AJ Black, Tyler Aki, and Andres Silva each day on Locked On ACC as we talk about what's going on in the Atlantic Coast Conference! Whether you're in Chestnut Hill, Coral Gables, or anywhere in between, we'll take a different look at ACC sports, without the screaming or hot takes. Follow us on @LockedOnACC on Twitter. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network
 
Crime on the Couch is a true crime comedy podcast that focuses on the psychological factors related to criminal events. Hosted by two psychologists, who despite years of friendship, despise each other. They suffer each other’s company to bring you stories of crime with a hint of compassion and a barrel of laughs. Join Coral and Dusty as they put crime...on the couch.
 
A 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons actual play podcast based off the Neverwinter Campaign setting. Nobody Wake The Bugbear, recorded at a large wooden table somewhere in Perth, Western Australia. Listen in to a bunch of friends crack wise, roll dice and create an immersive personal home gaming experience. We follow a group of hardy adventurers as they brave the depths of the volcanic Mt Hotenow in search of a long lost Dwarven city in our campaign “Ghosts of Gauntlgrym”
 
So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist is your go-to resource if you've ever dreamed of exploring the ocean's depths, considered becoming a marine biologist, or want to learn more how to protect the world's oceans. This podcast dives into ocean science, conservation, sea stories, and explores ocean careers. Bring out your inner Jacques Cousteau, and discover the world beneath the waves.
 
Teenagers with attitude is a Power Rangers rewatch podcast where a bunch of adults rewatch every episode of the hit kids show and recap every crazy, insane, and occasionally hilarious and awesome thing that happens. We discuss every episode and crack jokes, create weird fan theories, and generally wallow in 90's nostalgia every Friday! Check us out on Twitter @TeensWithTude and give us a like/subscribe/rate on iTunes, shoot us an email at TeensWithTude@gmail.com, or join our facebook group a ...
 
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An incredibly resilient coral in the Great Barrier Reef offers hope for the future The reef's widest coral has survived for hundreds of years and weathered many bleaching events Researchers swim over the 10.4-meter-wide Muga dhambi, the widest known coral in the Great Barrier Reef.
 
Marine ecologist Aurora Ricart joins us on the show today. Aurora is a seagrass biologist studying the effects of this often overlooked part of our oceanic ecosystem. Starting off with corals, Aurora made a full-hearted leap into seagrasses during grad school, and hasn’t looked back. Today we chat about her amazing coral research in Mexico, how sea…
 
We ask ocean related questions of the one federal candidate from Bonavista-Burin-Trinity who agreed to an interview.The world of cold water, deep sea corals.How they live and why they are such important indicators for the health of the ocean...
 
The Oceanside city of Coral houses the famed Adventurers Academy. Many young would-be adventurers come from across the land with hopes of gaining admission. However to gain entry, one must first accomplish a feat worthy of its name. In Trials of the Wiseman we follow four new characters on their quest to become students of the Adventures Academy! T…
 
Many asylum seekers and refugees have had to flee their homes in extremely distressing circumstances. A lucky few make it to a safe country such as the UK – but what happens next? As Britain begins its commitment to take in 20,000 people fleeing Afghanistan, we look at the psychological impacts of trying to start again in a new country. Anand Jagat…
 
Learn my 3 set boundaries that helps to keep me gluten free, safe, and also having healthy relationships with those around me. This episode was created as a spin off from my recently launched book titled, 'No Matter What: Choose JOY Whether You Stay In Or Leave A Hard Marriage' Chapter 4 is titled, Boundaries Are A Blessing. Yes it is so applicable…
 
Ghost games' spotlight the psychological effect fans have on referees With stands empty, European soccer teams playing at home receive more foul calls Two German soccer clubs play in an empty stadium on May 16, 2020 due to pandemic restrictions.
 
A giant tortoise was caught stalking, killing and eating a baby bird New video shows that the lumbering reptiles really are cold-blooded A Seychelles giant tortoise lunges towards a noddy tern chick in the first documented instance of a tortoise hunting.
 
Here's how cool a star can be and still achieve lasting success The motions of nearby stars reveal the boundary between red dwarfs and brown dwarfs Brown dwarfs (one illustrated) glow dimly from the heat of their formation but have too little mass to sustain nuclear reactions.
 
This big-headed pterosaur may have preferred walking over flying A long neck and an oversize noggin mostly grounded one ancient reptile, fossil suggests This reconstruction shows Tupandactylus navigans , a type of pterosaur with a large crest on the top of its head.
 
These baby greater sac-winged bats babble to learn their mating songs Like human infants, the young bats sing protosyllables until they master their vocalizations Greater sac-winged bat pups, like this one in Costa Rica, learn the rich vocal repertoire of adults by babbling, similar to human infants, a new study suggests.…
 
New studies hint that the coronavirus may be evolving to become more airborne The virus appears to spread through the air, but masks reduce the amount of infectious virus A researcher demonstrates the use of a device that captures fine aerosols and large droplets in a person's breath exhaled while breathing, talking and singing.…
 
Frog and toad pupils mainly come in seven different shapes Analyzing over 3,200 species revealed diamonds, fans and more The pupil shapes of frogs ( Hyloscirtus tigrinus , shown) and toads generally didn't correspond with particular habitats or habits.
 
A well-known wildflower turns out to be a secret carnivore Triantha occidentalis sets a deathtrap for small insects just beneath its flower This wildflower, Triantha occidentalis , growing in Cypress Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada, has sticky hairs on its stem that it uses to trap and digest small insects.…
 
Whirling maple seeds inspired these tiny flying sensors Objects as small as a sand grain could be dispersed by air to monitor environmental conditions Scientists created minuscule microfliers in a variety of shapes (shown) that glide through the air similar to maple tree seeds.
 
DNA offers a new look at how Polynesia was settled Voyagers migrated to islands sprinkled across a large area of the Pacific within about 500 years Eastern Polynesia's settlers rapidly voyaged across a vast area starting nearly 1,200 years ago, a new genetic study finds.
 
Bloodthirsty vampire bats like to drink with friends over strangers Social bonds extend beyond the roost and may save time and energy when hunting Common vampire bats ( Desmodus rotundus ) form social bonds at the roost through sharing food and grooming.
 
Ghost tracks' suggest people came to the Americas earlier than once thought If confirmed, newly described footprints could help rewrite textbooks These human footprints from what's now New Mexico may be between 23,000 and 21,000 years old.
 
50 years ago, scientists found a link between aspirin use and pregnancy complications Excerpt from the October 2, 1971 issue of Science News Even now, 50 years after the first evidence that aspirin could be harmful for fetal development, parents struggle to find clear guidance for taking aspirin during pregnancy.…
 
How extreme heat from climate change distorts human behavior As temperatures rise, violence and aggression also go up while focus and productivity decline Intense heat can affect human behavior, from making it hard to focus to prompting aggression.
 
This is the oldest fossil evidence of spider moms taking care of their young A 99-million-year-old spider trapped in amber sheds light on ancient arachnid parenting A female spider trapped in amber alongside her egg sac, seen here from above (left) and below (right), is the oldest evidence of maternal care in spiders.…
 
An Indigenous people in the Philippines have the most Denisovan DNA Indigenous Ayta Magbukon people get 5 percent of their DNA from the mysterious ancient hominids Ayta people in the Philippines, shown here, belong to a group of ethnic communities that includes one with the highest level of Denisovan ancestry in the world, a new study finds.…
 
Ripples in rats' brains tied to memory may also reduce sugar levels The results suggest brain cell activity could play a surprising role in the body's metabolism Bursts of activity created by nerve cells in the hippocampus (computer drawing shown), called sharp-wave ripples, are thought to solidify memories.…
 
How different COVID-19 testing plans can help keep kids safe in school Multiple strategies, each with benefits and challenges, now exist to support in-person learning Coronavirus tests, whether done with a saliva sample or a nasal swab, are one tool schools can use to monitor and prevent COVID-19 outbreaks this year.…
 
The Top 10 scientific surprises of Science News' first 100 years Antimatter, dark energy, plate tectonics and the role of DNA were unexpected discoveries By Tom Siegfried Contributing Correspondent
 
A hammerhead shark baby boom near Florida hints at a historic nursery The nursery of endangered sharks would be the first known in U.S. Atlantic waters A researcher releases a tagged baby great hammerhead shark into the water just off the coast of Miami.
 
This moon-sized white dwarf is the smallest ever found The dead star is also spinning extremely fast and has a powerful magnetic field With a radius of about 2,100 kilometers, a newfound white dwarf (left in this illustration) is just slightly bigger than the moon (right).
 
A 1,000-year-old grave may have held a powerful nonbinary person The remains were previously thought to be a respected woman who might have been a warrior An early medieval grave in Finland may have contained the remains of a respected individual (illustrated) who didn't fit social expectations at the time about how to be either strictly masculine …
 
Windbreaks, surprisingly, could help wind farms boost power output Low walls in front of turbines could improve performance by 10 percent, simulations show Windbreaks could help wind farms pump out more power.
 
NASA's Perseverance rover snagged its first Martian rock samples The rock bits are the first from Mars slated to eventually return to Earth The Perseverance rover drilled two cylinders of stone out of a Martian rock called Rochette in early September.
 
The new UN climate change report shows there's no time for denial or delay Extreme weather events linked to changing climate are already found everywhere around the globe Torrential rains flooded Xinxiang in China's Henan province in mid-July 2021, leading to dramatic rescues like this one.
 
A supernova's delayed reappearance could pin down how fast the universe expands The catch: We have to wait until about 2037 for an answer This cluster of galaxies, seen in a Hubble telescope image, contorts the light of a galaxy far behind it into arcs (orange).
 
With a powerful laser blast, scientists near a nuclear fusion milestone A National Ignition Facility experiment produced a record 1.3 million joules of fusion energy Scientists at the National Ignition Facility have produced record-breaking energy in a nuclear fusion experiment.
 
Satellite swarms may outshine the night sky's natural constellations Mega-constellations from those satellites will be visible to the naked eye, simulations suggest Artificial satellites like SpaceX's Starlink constellations will leave streaks in photos of the sky taken by researchers and amateur astronomers alike.…
 
Jupiter's intense auroras superheat its upper atmosphere Heat spawned by high-speed charged particles slamming into the air above the poles spreads far Jupiter's magnetic field lines (blue) steer charged particles in the solar wind toward the planet's poles, generating auroras (white) similar to Earth's.…
 
Ice Rivers' invites you to get to know our world's melting glaciers A scientist's memoir mixes personal recollections about fieldwork with a dash of science and history Glaciologist Jemma Wadham has studied glaciers all over the world, including Pastoruri Glacier (shown in 2010) in the Peruvian Andes.…
 
50 years ago, chemical pollutants were linked to odd animal behavior Excerpt from the September 18, 1971 issue of Science News Chemical pollutants can disrupt aquatic creatures' delicate sense of smell, scientists have found.
 
Australian fires in 20192020 had even more global reach than previously thought Blazes dumped a vast amount of CO 2 into the air and triggered faraway algae blooms in the ocean Smoke rises from burning trees near the town of Nowra, in Australia's New South Wales, on December 31, 2019.
 
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