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The drug war, covered by drug users as war correspondents. Crackdown is a monthly podcast about drugs, drug policy and the drug war led by drug user activists and supported by research. Each episode will tell the story of a community fighting for their lives. It’s also about solutions, justice for those we have lost, and saving lives.
 
The BPL Podcast features concise, informative discussions with guests from our top-notch programming lineup. Tackling a range of topics from horror films to Ohio's opioid epidemic, we capture conversations that are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, but always human.
 
Host Kelly McEvers takes a story from the news and goes deep. Whether that means digging into the Trump administration's past, the stories behind police shootings caught on video, or visiting a town ravaged by the opioid epidemic, Embedded takes you where the news is happening.
 
Let’s talk about what’s killing us, the stuff that’s hard to comprehend and getting worse every day. Join host Stephanie Wittels Wachs, as she confronts massive epidemics with humanity, wit, and a quest for progress. While Season 1 chronicled the opioid crisis in America, Season 2 delves into the growing suicide rate, telling real stories, talking to experts, and asking everyone along the way, "How did we get here, and what could we have done differently?"
 
Welcome to The Executive Innovation Show Podcast with your host, Carrie Chitsey, 7x female Founder and CEO of several digital technology companies. She interviews innovative C-level executives from around the world that are changing the game in healthcare, financial services, and human resources. Carrie asks the questions you are scared to ask, we talk through industry problems and innovative ways to pave the future. Learn tips, best practices, and lessons learned from top industry executives.
 
A Miami based weekly radio program hosted by Mr. Trottier. Independent. Unfiltered. Live and unbiased. Wednesday evenings. 5pm EST. Thought provoking. Listen LIVE on WynwoodONE.com - Miami radio. Focusing on toxins and other harmful chemicals which flood our environment, Im calling out big box corporations for their carelessness. Deep State corruption. As epidemics like diabetes, opioid abuse, cancer and heart disease are all products of being exposed to these poisons - together we work to m ...
 
A podcast about solutions to the opioid epidemic. Each episode we focus on a different solution, including prevention, treatment and harm reduction. Season Two drops October 15th, 2019 with a new episode every Tuesday. A project of InvestigateWest, hosted by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch.
 
Don't Die Wisconsin is a podcast focusing on the Heroin and Opioid epidemic facing our state and the country. Join Counselor Kevin Schaefer, Counselor Patrick Reilly and resident junkie Ryan Gorman as they tackle a range of issues in regards to active use, recovery, despair, and hope. This podcast is in no way intended for diagnosing addiction or to be used as a program of recovery. Please consult a professional when you are ready for help. Also, Kevin, Patrick and Ryan want to warn you of t ...
 
How can we make our families, communities, and our world a little bit better during the COVID-19 crisis, and beyond? That’s the question we’re asking on Better Off, a new podcast from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. In each episode of Better Off, host Anna Fisher-Pinkert will introduce you to the people who are hunting down solutions to current public health challenges, and innovating to solve public health problems that we haven’t even imagined yet.
 
This podcast helps people struggling with drugs, alcohol, and other addictions so that they can get their lives back and begin to enjoy the life they deserve. Dr. Air, a quadruple board-certified psychiatrist, helps you discover how you can better understand your addiction and stop that pain. The integration of wellness and lifestyle tenets makes this podcast very helpful for those in active addiction and those in recovery. Family members of people struggling with addiction and addiction pro ...
 
The Cover2 Podcast is an ongoing series of interviews with people who are making a difference in the fight against opioid addiction. The Cover2 Podcast seeks to raise awareness and to connect users and their families with resources that can literally save a life. Listen to our most recent episodes below, and please consider donating to support this cause.
 
Amazing stories from people in Recovery hosted by Aaron Laine. A unique perspective from those who struggled with drugs and changed their lives. Everyday we hear tragic stories in the news. People who lose their lives to addiction and the ugliness that surrounds it. Our goal is to present you with amazing success stories of people who've changed their lives and have gone from tragedy to triumph!
 
Even if you don’t use, marijuana is changing the world around you in surprising ways. On Something is a podcast from Colorado Public Radio and PRX about how life has changed in the aftermath of marijuana legalization efforts across the United States. Join journalist Ann Marie Awad as she explores the personal stories behind the political, legal and cultural effects of legalization.
 
Eve’s been struggling since her retirement. Cancelling appointments, forgetting simple things…sleeping an awful lot. Her three kids are worried. When the oldest decides to check in on Eve before heading off to an important work dinner, the simple visit turns into something much bigger, and darker, than anyone could have predicted. Through found audio - phone calls, Facetime, Skype, live social media posts and recordings caught by unwitting bystanders - listen in as Abi, Kay and Joey work wit ...
 
The Tennessee Initiative for Perinatal Quality Care (TIPQC) presents Healthy Mom Healthy Baby Tennessee. This podcast is a discussion with medical providers and other industry experts on all aspects of perinatal health. We will focus primarily on racial disparities and the current opioid crisis effecting moms and babies across our state. Tennessee Initiative for Perinatal Quality Care (TIPQC) seeks to improve health outcomes for mothers and infants in Tennessee by engaging key stakeholders i ...
 
In 1960s California, a cult leader mesmerized America by claiming to have discovered the cure for heroin addiction. His rehab ran on punishment and profits, putting participants to work and generating millions from their free labor. A new system of rehab was born. Over the decades the model would be hailed by an American president and endorsed by judges across the country. Today these rehabs are flourishing by turning people desperate for treatment into an unpaid labor force. As the opioid e ...
 
Recovery Radio with Steve Martorano is brought to you by Retreat Premier Addiction Treatment Centers & The Problem Solving Network, WPSN99.com. Steve interviews addiction treatment industry leaders, people in recovery, & anyone helping those suffering from substance use disorders. If you or anyone you know needs help please the Retreat 24hr Helpline 1-800-557-0566 or visit retreataddictioncenters.com.
 
This podcast addresses hope and recovery successes for individuals, friends, family, parents and associates who have been or may be addicted to opioids, heroin, cocaine, prescription drugs, fentanyl, alcohol, etc. These are stories and interviews with former addicts, parents and loved ones that describe the horrors and ultimately methods they have sought and found to save lives and help. We talk also with law enforcement, doctors, authors, sports figures, academia and advocates. Issues inclu ...
 
Hear what leading addiction and recovery experts are talking about—addiction trends, topics and challenges as well as research, practices and advances that point the most promising way forward. Author and recovery advocate William C. Moyers serves as host of this thought-provoking interview series, brought to you by the renowned Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Listen in on Moyers' conversations with his colleagues who work at the forefront of addiction treatment, recovery and prevention, inc ...
 
"They met when she could not speak and he could not hear. They met in the most affordable day care center in the City of Ragle, one of the nation's many flashpoints of the opioid crisis. He was two. She was three. They relied on each other for survival." American Opioid is a research-backed fictional narrative about the opioid crisis, written and narrated by Jamal Khan. More information is available at www.americanopioid.org.
 
Offering Biblical addiction recovery teachings to enable you to walk in victory. Looking to God for the answers we seek in overcoming the chains that can bind us! Pastor Dixon holds a Master of Divinity with Biblical Counseling degree, a B.S. in Church Ministries, Associate or Arts in Religion, and is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist-A through the governing board of N.C. He is also a published author, "Casting Down Idols through The Power of The Gospel,” available on Amazon.com, as w ...
 
This series in partnership with the American Medical Association brings healthcare professionals timely, relevant, and emerging information that impacts daily practice and the changing world of medicine. Featuring insights from health care leaders, this Perspectives with the AMA series is a must for any healthcare professional who wants to stay up to date on the latest issues and trending topics in the space, including value-based care, telehealth, the opioid epidemic, Medicare payment, cybe ...
 
The Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy brings you the JOSPT Insights podcast every other Monday. On each episode, experienced clinicians and researchers unpack musculoskeletal rehabilitation topics in under 30 minutes. Guests share clinical tips and research discoveries with host Dr Clare Ardern, Editor-in-Chief of JOSPT. Sports physical therapists Dr Chelsea Cooman and Dr Dan Chapman are frequent co-hosts.
 
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Corey Davis is the deputy director of the Network for Public Health Law’s Southeastern Region Office. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. C.S. Davis. The Purdue Pharma Opioid Settlement — Accountability, or Just the Cost of Doing Business? N Engl J Med 2021;384:97-99.…
 
In this podcast Sarah Smith summarises the article 'Epidural administration of opioid analgesics improves quality of recovery in horses anaesthetised for treatment of hindlimb synovial sepsis’ by Louro et al.By John Wiley & Sons
 
We all know there is a national opioid epidemic. This, like the current viral pandemic, is robbing people of their lives. Pregnant women are not immune to opioid use disorder. Is methadone endorsed for use in pregnancy? What about buprenorphine? Is naltrexone safe as an alternative treatment during pregnancy? In this session, we will review the upd…
 
Dr. John Rosa is, among the MANY positions that he holds, a surrogate with the White House Opioid Task Force, but first and foremost he's a chiropractor. Dr. Rosa is a friend of AMI and he is working hard to fight against the opioid crisis in America and fix the broken healthcare system in the United States. 01:14 Catching up with Dr. John Rosa 04:…
 
"Over five years into recovery from a decade-long opioid addiction, Ryan Hampton has been rocketed to the center of America's rising addiction recovery advocacy movement. A former White House staffer, he has worked with multiple non-profits and national recovery advocacy campaigns. He is now a prominent, leading face and voice of addiction recovery…
 
Why did prescription opioids bring so much misery to the small towns of post-industrial America? The standard narrative is to put the blame on OxyContin, a powerful painkiller pushed on rural America by the profiteers at Purdue Pharma, which ended up filing for bankruptcy and settling criminal charges with the federal government for $8.3 billion. I…
 
This episode is shared from Mayo Clinic Q&A and was recorded in December, 2020. Guest: Tyler Oesterle, M.D., M.P.H. (@OesterleMD) Host: Halena M. Gazelka, M.D. (@hmgazelkamd) Stress, isolation and limited access to resources are fueling rising rates of substance abuse and overdoses during the COVID-19 pandemic. While coronavirus has been the focus …
 
Tiffany Jenkins is the funny lady behind “Juggling the Jenkins”. She has over 4.5 million Facebook followers and counting! Tiffany is a wife, mother, best-selling author, content creator and recovering addict. Although best known for her funny viral Facebook and YouTube videos, Tiffany is incredibly passionate about bringing awareness to mental ill…
 
In a lawsuit filed on Tuesday, prosecutors said American retail giant Walmart filled hundreds of thousands of questionable prescriptions, "knowingly" violating vetting rules and fueling the country's opioid crisis. We get the latest from Wall Street Journal Justice Department reporter Sadie Gurman. Plus Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading in New Jersey o…
 
Many people who broke into Capitol Hill broadcast their crimes across social media. Twitter, Facebook and other platforms responded by deleting accounts, but other people rushed to preserve and organize all their posts from the assault on the Capitol, as well as photos and videos from journalists present. The collective Bellingcat uses open-source …
 
US president-elect Joe Biden sets out his first set of executive orders as inauguration nears. He plans to reverse some of the controversial decisions taken during the Trump administration; We will consider what impact the new president will be able to have in his first few days in office. We will also look at his plans to tackle the Covid-19 pande…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with Piya Chattopadhyay:• Joe Biden's monumental task to 'build back better'• The lost science and art of breathing rediscovered• How the 1918 Flu Pandemic gave rise to radiator rage• Postcards from frontline healthcare workers
 
The COVID-19 vaccines made by Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech were developed and brought to market at a blistering pace, but their distribution has been hobbled by poor planning and rigid eligibility rules. The rollout was centrally planned in a way that didn't give local officials and health care workers enough flexibility to adjust to the realities o…
 
Today we rejoice, socially distant of course, in celebration of Unc's glorious day birthed on today's episode of Nod Squad. Unc himself crawls out of his crawl space to reminisce an era of his life which all encompass overall themes of the dark & tragic experiences that one will always encounter eventually when over indulging on copious amounts of …
 
Brendan Kwiatkowski is a PhD candidate, researching adolescent males’ levels of emotional restriction and related pressures. I’ve loved the work that Brendan shares online and so he joined me on the show to discuss the masks that men & boys wear, trust vs vulnerability, issues of identity and sense of purpose, and the fragmentation that results fro…
 
Concern grows over a Brazil coronavirus variant as the UK blocks South America visitors. Camilla Mota from the BBC's Brazilian service tells us how the new variant is spreading in the country. And we ask University of Reading microbiologist Dr Simon Clarke whether it is likely to be prevented by existing vaccines. Also in the programme, as German c…
 
Eric Dennison, co-owner of Newfangled Kitchen in Bexley, discusses his inspiration for opening Newfangled, what his 30+ years in the industry have taught him, and how Newfangled has fared during the pandemic. We also discuss Eric’s own podcast, This Newfangled Life. ----more---- Check out Newfangled Kitchen Listen to This Newfangled Life…
 
Keith Fosgett, BA Outreach Coordinator at AToN Center in Encinitas, CA Keith brings with him almost ten years of experience between intake and business development in the addiction treatment field. His overall goal is to provide resources to those individuals suffering from substance abuse and mental health issues and help them find freedom from th…
 
Tonight, the Perpetual Notion Machine again explores the realm of gene editing. Five years ago this month, PNM talked with biomedical engineer Kris Saha about the process and techniques of gene editing. Borrowing an innate immunity mechanism in bacteria called CRISPR, and its Cas9 protein, scientists have been learning how to use, or essentially pr…
 
Anthropologist Ida Susser on her FocaalBlog article "Covid, police brutality and race: are ongoing French mobilizations breaking through the class boundaries?" and in a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen revisits the US military’s violations of the hospitality code.http://www.focaalblog.com/2020/12/03/ida-susser-covid-police-brutality-and-race-are-ongoi…
 
We've talked about marijuana many times on the podcast and noted that quite a few of the former addicts started their drug path with marijuana. In this episode, Dr. Kenneth Finn from Colorado gives us the facts about the use of marijuana as pain medication as well as it's adverse effects on young adults. Dr. Finn used slides during his interview so…
 
There have been a variety of published and accepted clinical presentations of COVID-19: from lack of taste, GI disturbances, muscle aches, to the usual fever and shortness of breath. But this COVID-19 affect a woman’s menstrual cycle? There is increased chatter on the ever accurate Internet regarding this. But is there data? In this session we will…
 
Following last week's attack on the U.S. Capitol by a pro-Trump mob, Twitter permanently banned President Donald Trump from its platform, and Facebook and YouTube suspended his accounts. Meanwhile, Parler, which markets itself as a more open alternative to Twitter, was removed from the Apple and Google app stores, and Amazon Web Services booted the…
 
US president-elect Joe Biden is expected to unveil economic stimulus proposals today. We consider his options with Ken Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, who is a former economist at the International Monetary Fund. Also in the programme, as budget airline Norwegian announces it is axing its long-haul network, John Strickland of …
 
Range of motion is the gold standard for physical medicine and keeping track of the patient's progress is critical. Simply put, if it's not improving, the patient is not getting better. AMI found JTECH while searching for an objective way to measure progress and success. Erik Groberg is the director of sales for JTech and he and Dr. Carberry have a…
 
Welcome to the Executive Innovation Show Podcast, brought to you by One Touch Video Banking. During this podcast hear host Carrie Chitsey, talk about digital banking trends in 2021. Listen to this episode of The Executive Innovation Show Podcast as we discuss what exactly digital banking is. Listen as we break down the difference between ITMs, VTMs…
 
Host: Charles Turck, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP Guest: Mira Irons, MD Guest: Shannon Curtis Following the approval of the first COVID-19 vaccine, mass-vaccination has made approving a vaccine difficult. How are the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control deciding on which vaccinations to authorize? Dr. Mira Irons and Shannon Curti…
 
Premiers activate shitty dad mode. And tech companies clamping down on Trumpism could have unintended consequences. CANADALAND's new French language media correspondent Emilie Nicolas co-hosts. This episode is brought to you by Dispatch Coffee, Squarespace, Manscaped and HelloFresh Support CANADALAND: http://canadalandshow.com/join See omnystudio.c…
 
Indonesia has launched its coronavirus vaccine rollout, starting with working-age people. The BBC's Rebecca Henschke in Jakarta explains why they have chosen to bypass elderly and other more vulnerable sections of the population, who are at the front of the queue for vaccination in most countries. And UK-based science journalist Anjana Ahuja consid…
 
Are you still treating urogenital gonorrhea with ceftriaxone and azithromycin? That was a standard for over a decade. But things have now changed. In December 2020, the CDC updated the treatment regimen for urogenital infections with neisseria gonorrhea. Is “dual-agent” still a therapy? Does cefixime still have a treatment role? What about test of …
 
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Salim Abdool Karim is a clinical infectious disease epidemiologist based in Durban, South Africa. His work, particularly with HIV, has earned him many international awards, including most recently the Canada Gairdner Global Health Award. He has led th…
 
"Better living through chemistry," was the official slogan of DuPont chemicals for decades. It became the ironic cri de coeur of hippies in the 1960s, who started to experiment with psychedelic drugs ranging from LSD to mescaline to magic mushrooms. One of those old hippies is Charles Wininger, a 71-year-old Brooklyn-based psychotherapist and relat…
 
It turns out, there’s more to suicide prevention than crisis hotline numbers and inspirational memes. This week, we’re looking at the concept of upstream intervention - because the most effective way to convince someone to live is to help them create a life worth living. We explore the toll of historical trauma for American Indians and Alaska Nativ…
 
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