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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!
 
In this 13-part series, we explore the issue of opioids in Utah - hear people’s stories, dissect the complexities and explore possible solutions. In our research, we have discovered many of you have a personal story about the appeal and devastation of opioids. Maybe you are the user or it could be a loved one. For many reasons, UPR wants to give you a chance to share your thoughts, fears... your story. Click here to find out more. This UPR original series is brought to you in part by the Ass ...
 
Pain Reframed is a podcast for physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapy assistants and other health care providers about pain and how pain is managed in our society. Pain is a large issue right now and we will bring powerful and helpful insights on how we can manage pain in a much more efficient and effective way. Pain Reframed is committed to changing language and practice patterns across disciplines and points of care in order to reduce the unnecessary suffering that ...
 
Sometimes the very strategies meant to help children have the opposite effect. Join AEI’s Naomi Schaefer Riley and Ian Rowe as they look behind the headlines at the public policies and cultural agendas driving child welfare and education. Rowe and Riley bring to light practices that will make you ask, “Are you kidding me?”
 
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 ...
 
Radical Radio is designed to get to the heart of our guests stories. Oftentimes you see people moving and they make it look easy. Many don't know the story behind the journey. Radical Radio is removing the stigma of judging a book by its cover and gaining perspective from our guests in the most radical way. THEIR OWN WORDS! Testimonies are meant to be shared to help others move forward. Reaching and helping our audience by moving UNAPOLEGETICALLY BOLD AND PURPOSELY AUTHENTIC! THAT'S THE RADI ...
 
inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
 
The Lipscomb and Pitts Insurance Compliance Director, Sarah Gillespie and a first class ERISA attorney share key Affordable Care Act and compliance hot topics all in 15 minutes or less. This podcast gives interested individuals a short nugget of information on specific benefits compliance items or ACA related topics that will help them better do their job or understand the requirements. Our topics will be specific and brief, and guidance will be provided by a first class ERISA attorney. And ...
 
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 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 ...
 
Headquartered in New Jersey, Pinnacle Treatment Centers is a recognized leader in comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment serving more than 29,000 patients daily in California, Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. With more than 110 community-based locations, Pinnacle provides a full continuum of quality care for adult men and women which includes medically-monitored detoxification/withdrawal management, inpatient/residential treatment, partial hospital ...
 
Heart of the Matter with Elizabeth Vargas is a production from Partnership to End Addiction. Heart of the Matter is an interview series that gives guests the opportunity to share their personal, candid stories about addiction. This podcast offers a space to open up about addiction, substance use and mental health, to share the ways in which people are shifting their narrative – in their own relationships and across communities – to support the cause of ending addiction in our country. Worrie ...
 
We are a medical communications company with a passion for developing high-quality content. We write & design content for healthcare professionals and patients in a variety of therapeutic areas. If you like our podcast, please take the time to rate it and subscribe. See our website for more information, Webinars, and podcasts at: https://www.impactmedicom.com.
 
This series gives healthcare professionals an opportunity to hear thought leaders in continuing medical education discuss issues related to methodology, effectiveness, funding, measurement, future technologies, and other aspects of CME that make the field so vibrant. The discussion will remind healthcare professionals how important and powerfully how they learn is related to what they learn, and motivate them to continue their lifelong learning and provide strategies for putting what they le ...
 
Introducing Encapsulated, the Express Scripts Podcast, that gives an inside look at how we’re taking on the toughest challenges in healthcare. Hosted by employees, these monthly interviews highlight the wide range of champions providing access to affordable, high-quality care and solving the problems others don’t, won’t or can’t.
 
ColinTalk is a bi-weekly podcast from Portland, Oregon, the City of Roses! Subscribe to our emailing list for notifications about Episodes and Announcements with your host, Colin Fracasso-Boone. Each episode features news, politics, quality interviews, engaging questions, technology, entertainment and more! Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, Instagram, Facebook & Twitter. Share with friends and family and write a review on Apple Podcasts to be featured on our webs ...
 
The First Amendment. Gun litigation. President Donald Trump's impact on the judiciary. The hurricane of daily legal news seems to never let up. A new podcast series from Reuters columnist Alison Frankel takes you into the eye of the storm, talking about law and precedent with experts who know their stuff inside and out.
 
The Dawn Farm Education Series is a FREE, annual workshop series developed to provide accurate, helpful, hopeful, practical, current information about chemical dependency, recovery, family and related issues; and to dispel the myths, misinformation, secrecy, shame and stigma that prevent chemically dependent individuals and their families from getting help and getting well. The 2012/2013 series marks the TWENTY-SECOND year of Dawn Farm providing this educational resource for our community!
 
Historically known as a nomadic people, the Somali diaspora's presence can be felt in nearly every country and region of the world. Often pioneering as the first generation in their families to be successful in their education and careers, the process in which it takes to break those barriers is rarely highlighted. This podcast aims to celebrate and highlight Somali excellence while shedding light on the countless success stories within our community both on a local and global scale. Focusin ...
 
Katrina. Ferguson. Oak Creek. In America, a local tragedy can spark a national conversation. But what happens after the national news cycle moves on? On this podcast, we’ll visit communities whose tales of adversity have put them on the map and we’ll explore what “survival” in America really looks like. What does it mean to survive when your classmate has been gunned down by a cop? When you’re surrounded by an opioid epidemic? When your child is told she can’t use the bathroom that correspon ...
 
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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…
 
Coach "L" talks with Non-Profit Founder Mary Roberson Radical Radio is designed to get to the heart of our guests stories. Oftentimes you see people moving and they make it look easy. Many don't know the story behind the journey. Radical Radio is removing the stigma of judging a book by its cover and gaining perspective from our guests in the most …
 
"There isn't an issue facing Black people today that doesn't find its origins in K-12 education," writes Chris Stewart, CEO of the education nonprofit brightbeam and a prolific writer and podcaster. "Without our own collective governance of our children's intellectual development, how can we win? Without Black self-determination in who teaches them…
 
For decades, the NCAA’s Academic Performance Program has sought to hold colleges across the country accountable to provide a quality education to their student-athletes. Yet, today, this program has come under fire for the way it treats historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Is it racist to hold HBCUs to the same academic standards a…
 
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Anthony Fauci is the U.S. Chief Medical Advisor and Director of NIAID. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin and Others. Audio Interview: A Covid-19 Conversation with Anthony Fauci. N Engl J Me…
 
Dr. Michael Incze is a primary care physician and assistant professor of medicine at the University of Utah. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. M.A. Incze. At the Cusp — Reimagining Infective Endocarditis Care amid the Opioid Epidemic. N Engl J Med 2021;384:297-299.…
 
When he was 14 years old, Jeremiah Fraites of The Lumineers lost his older brother, Joshua, to a heroin overdose. He describes it as the worst thing to have happened to his family. Years later, Jeremiah is still reflecting on the monumental impact drugs and alcohol have on music, culture, families and relationships. This topic even served as inspir…
 
In our most recent excavation, deep in the depths of Unc's hard drive, we uncover a time capsule of old vault recordings. This is the third recording ever made for Nod Squad with Ryan & Brian; who talks about the struggles of getting clean and witnessing the loved ones around him still suffering. Witnessing his newly ex gf show up at his front door…
 
In October 2018, the world learned of the brutal murder and dismemberment of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Khashoggi had been a government insider in his home country of Saudi Arabia, but his relationship with the ruling family—and particularly Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman—soured as Khashoggi became an influential advocate for free…
 
Even among proponents of drug legalization, Columbia University neuroscientist Carl Hart stands apart for his unflinching honesty. "I am now entering my fifth year as a regular heroin user," the 54-year-old full professor writes in Drug Use for Grown-Ups: Chasing Liberty in the Land of Fear. "I do not have a drug-use problem. Never have. Each day, …
 
Dr. Pardis Sabeti is an institute member of the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT and a professor at Harvard University and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. Y. Botti-Lodovico, E. Rosenberg, and P.C. Sabeti. Testing in a Pandemic — Improving Access, C…
 
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Krista Nottage is a Bahamian surgeon and former New England Journal of Medicine editorial fellow. James O’Connell is an infectious disease physician in Ireland and New England Journal of Medicine editorial fellow. Gary Wong is a pulmonologist in Hong …
 
When Antón Castellanos Usigli was asked to help bring younger LGBTQ people into a Brooklyn clinic for sexual health services, he thought it would be a piece of cake. But after his first attempts failed, Antón turned to the one place where young people talk about sex every day: dating and hookup apps. In this episode of "Better Off," DrPH student An…
 
In this episode, Lindsay Armendariz and Brandi Hawk discuss Parent-Child Care (PC-Care), an adaptation of PCIT to respond to the needs of parents, foster parents and children in the child welfare system. They will tell you how they assessed the climate and needs of the foster care system in Sacramento County, CA, conducted research and responded wi…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
One of the few things that Donald Trump and Joe Biden agree on is their shared hatred of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which gives ISPs and website operators legal immunity from most user-generated content. Donald Trump vetoed the defense spending bill in December because the legislation didn't include language "terminating" Sectio…
 
Schools across the country have begun to adopt practices around teaching and enforcing “woke” principles that raise concerns about the rights and wellbeing of children. In some instances, students are required to publically declare their support or opposition to certain ideologies and “corrected” later if their answers are not satisfactory. Are sch…
 
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…
 
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.…
 
"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…
 
President Donald Trump's response to last week's attack on the U.S. Capitol led Twitter to permanently ban him from its platform, and Facebook and YouTube closed his accounts on the grounds that he had used their platforms to incite violence. Then Apple and Google banned Twitter competitor Parler from its app stores, on the grounds that the perpetr…
 
For the first episode of 2021, Elizabeth is joined by Holly Whitaker, author of Quit Like a Woman: The Radical Choice Not to Drink in a Culture Obsessed with Alcohol and founder and CEO of the online recovery program, The Tempest. In this interview, Holly and Elizabeth discuss their experiences as women coming to terms with the impact alcohol was h…
 
Join Coach “L” and Special Guest Robin Evette from the Pillow Talk Podcast Radical Radio is going to get to the heart of our guests story in the most RADICAL way. Testimonies are meant to be shared to help others. Our goal is to reach those that are UNAPOLEGETICALLY BOLD AND PURPOSELY AUTHENTIC! Radical Radio is designed to get to the heart of our …
 
Join Coach "L" as she chops it up with Chicago Native Vashon Jordan Jr. Vashon is a 21 year old independent photographer and author. Radical Radio is designed to get to the heart of our guests stories. Oftentimes you see people moving and they make it look easy. Many don't know the story behind the journey. Radical Radio is removing the stigma of j…
 
Join Radical Radio Host Coach "L" as she kicks it with Elder Candra Yarbrough and they have transparent talk on taboo topics. Radical Radio is designed to get to the heart of our guests stories. Oftentimes you see people moving and they make it look easy. Many don't know the story behind the journey. Radical Radio is removing the stigma of judging …
 
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has imposed some of the most stringent COVID-19 restrictions in America, and some Golden State residents are starting to revolt. Newsom's "dictatorial attitude toward California residents while dining in luxury, traveling, and keeping his business open and his kids in private school is very telling about his attitude to…
 
Before his death from prostate cancer in 1993, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Frank Zappa spent time in jail for making an obscene recording requested by undercover cops, released 60 records in every genre imaginable, became one of the first modern musical artists to start his own company, testified before Congress that labeling music due to lyric…
 
(Recorded in Fall 2020) This episode is part 2 of 2 in our "Tale of Two Reopenings" miniseries. Dan Cummins first speaks with Drs. Alan Shindel, MD and Tami Rowen, MD, each faculty with UCSF, about what is has been like to be parents of young children and busy physicians during COVID-19, educational and broader inequalities underscored by the virus…
 
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Thomas Lee is a cardiologist and primary care physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the chief medical officer of Press Ganey. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin and Others. Audio Int…
 
Dr. Charles Rotimi is the director of the Center for Research on Genomics and Global Health at the National Institutes of Health. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. F.S. Collins and Others. Human Molecular Genetics and Genomics — Important Advances and Exciting Possibilities. N Engl J Med 2021;384:1…
 
We’re better off when kids are resilient Are kids going to be okay when the pandemic is over? That’s the question on many parents’ minds as remote learning continues, and friends and family remain six feet apart. Better Off talks with psychologist and researcher Archana Basu about kids’ mental health and the COVID-19 crisis. Guest: Archana Basu, Re…
 
Charles Wininger has been a psychotherapist and "psychonaut"—a user of psychoactive substances ranging from LSD to marijuana to psilocybin—for decades. In his new memoir and practical guide, Listening To Ecstasy: The Transformative Power of MDMA, the 71-year-old New Yorker comes out of the "chemical closet" to talk about how MDMA has helped to revi…
 
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: A Look at Covid-19 Prevention and Care in 2020. N Engl J Med 2020;383:e147.…
 
Dr. Paula Chatterjee is an assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. P. Chatterjee, B.D. Sommers, and K.E. Joynt Maddox. Essential but Undefined — Reimagining How Policymakers Identify Safety-Net Hospitals. …
 
Host: Charles Turck, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP Guest: Patrice Harris, MD The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that more than 80,000 Americans died from May 2019 to May 2020 due to a drug-related overdose. CDC data indicates that the drug overdose epidemic is being fueled by a staggering rise in deaths involving illicitly manufactu…
 
In this episode of Heart of the Matter with Elizabeth Vargas, TV personality, chef, writer, teacher and social justice advocate Andrew Zimmern discusses losing 15 years of his life to addiction, achieving nearly 30 years of recovery, and ultimately “writing his own syllabus for life.” While best known for traveling the world and exploring shocking …
 
Many American households have at least one pet. In any given year, one in three of these beloved family members will need costly veterinary care, even if it is for routine exam visits and vaccinations. Should a pet become severely ill and need emergency care, costs can sometimes be more than pet owners can bear. However, if they have pet insurance,…
 
Host Coach"L" chops it up on Life. Entrepreneurship. Spirituality. and Er'thang with Young Mogul Sire Eminence Zakkiyyah. Radical Radio is designed to get to the heart of our guests stories. Oftentimes you see people moving and they make it look easy. Many don't know the story behind the journey. Radical Radio is removing the stigma of judging a bo…
 
Aaron Reynolds is the Canadian author and humorist behind some of the most bizarrely funny meme accounts to grace the internet. His popular "Swear Trek" and "Effin' Birds" social media accounts have hundreds of thousands of followers—and provide the perfect reactions to just about everything that's happened in 2020. Reynolds is just trying to make …
 
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