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The ADHD 365 podcast provides expert advice, tips, and strategies for families, adults, educators, and professionals. The All Things ADHD podcast is a learning resource program of CHADD's National Resource Center, funded by the CDC, to disseminate expert information to improve the lives of those affected by ADHD. CHADD does not endorse products, services, publications, medications, or treatments, including those that sponsor or advertise in any CHADD publications, webinars, or podcasts. The ...
 
Stories from the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded program, implemented by the Public Health Institute, where Fellows are guided by leading global health experts from the CDC. Fellows work on the front lines of global health, developing the technical and professional skills needed to make meaningful contributions to today’s global health challenges.
 
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
AJIC covers key topics and issues in infection control and epidemiology. Infection control professionals, including physicians, nurses, and epidemiologists, rely on AJIC for peer-reviewed articles covering clinical topics as well as original research. As the official publication of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC). AJIC is the foremost resource on infection control, epidemiology, infectious diseases, quality management, occupational health, and d ...
 
Roots of Sexual Abuse is a CDC funded, multi-method, cross-sectional research study of adolescent males who have sexually abused children, sexually assaulted peers or adults, and/or committed other types of criminally delinquent behavior. The study applies attachment theory to identify the unique and shared risk factors for adolescents perpetrating child sexual abuse, sexual assault, and delinquent behavior. In his presentation, Charles Helm, MA, will discuss findings from over five years of ...
 
Coming up on today's show: Anu Joshi, vice president of policy at the New York Immigration Coalition, talks about the Fund for Excluded Workers and other components in the newly passed state budget that will have an impact on New York's immigrant communities. Jason Johnson, MSNBC contributor, author, professor of politics and journalism at Morgan State University and host of the new Slate political podcast A Word … with Jason Johnson, talks about the latest national political news. Treasury ...
 
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Even as the CDC warns against a potential fourth surge, with COVID cases rising, including here in the Northeast, the agency announced some encouraging news this week. Celine Gounder, professor of medicine & infectious diseases at the NYU School of Medicine; Bellevue Hospital doctor, medical analyst for CNN and the host/producer of American Diagnos…
 
This episode discusses six MMWR COVID-19 reports. One report describes an indoor bar opening event that led to a COVID-19 outbreak in a rural Illinois community. Another details how participation in a free, in-school testing program at a Utah elementary school was higher among students identifying as Hispanic or Latino, or as from a racial minority…
 
Recorded on Tuesday 13th of April, as the shops open in the UK, and England is heading to the beer gardens. The roll out of the vaccination programme has completed its first phase, and second doses have been given to the most vulnerable people - and now the under 50s are starting to get their first doses.In this podcast, Duncan Jarvies, multimedia …
 
In this hour, stories of healing, hope, and heart. A birthday celebration, a dream job, the importance of an heirloom and chance encounters when we need them the most. This hour is hosted by Jay Allison, producer of this radio show. Hosted by: Jay Allison Storytellers: Ekaterina Duft, Aditya Dakshinamourtay, Brenda Williams, Alistair Bane, Kathi Ki…
 
Are you concerned about how your child with ADHD will manage adulthood independently? Launching successfully is difficult for many young adults with ADHD. Unfortunately, our late bloomers often don’t have the necessary brain maturity and skills required to juggle the demands of transitioning to college or a full-time job at age 18. In this podcast,…
 
The synergistic linking of increasing health and wealth is broadly accepted - it's an integral part of the thinking between the Sustainable Development Goals, and the World Bank's call for universal healthcare as a way of boosting a country's economy.But the quantification of that link - the extent to which a particular health intervention, has bro…
 
This week, we're talking about one of the most powerful feelings in the world: shame; maybe it starts as a pit in your stomach when you put your foot in your mouth or washes over you like a wave when someone points out something you hoped they wouldn’t notice. Our storytellers this week show us that the only way to beat back the shame dragon is to …
 
Today we have the pleasure to hear from Dr. Jordan Peccia as he discusses his study on the "Occurrence of Respiratory Viruses on School desks." We also have a summary by Dr. Mohamed Yassin of the research from Dr. Danielle Durant - "Can Patient-Reported Room Cleanliness Measures Predict Hospital-Acquired C. difficile Infection?" Today’s podcast is …
 
A record-breaking adventurer sets his sites on the English Channel, a seamstress becomes an advocate for her child and a young woman is recruited into the world of Secret Agents during World War II. Hosted by Senior Producer, Meg Bowles. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Storytellers: Tim FitzHigh…
 
The evidence geekery continues, and this week Helen Macdonald and Duncan Jarvies are joined again by Joe Ross, The BMJ's US research editor, and professor of medicine and public health at Yale.This week we update you on treatment - the WHO's guidelines for covid and ivermectin, and why they're not ready to recommend it's use in treatment, and proph…
 
Guest host John Darnielle presents favorite works that reflect on life, death and what comes next. He reads Robert Browning’s chilling poem “My Last Duchess;” Molly Ringwald performs “No More Loves,” by Javier Marias, in which a ghost learns to read. Kirsten Vangsness performs Neil Gaiman’s “When We Went to See the End of the World by Dawnie Mornin…
 
Karen Washington, community gardener, longtime food justice advocate, board member of the New York Botanical Gardens, and board president of Green Worker Cooperatives, discusses her work addressing "food apartheid" in the Bronx and around the country. Also on @BrianLehrer: They're not "food deserts." It's "food apartheid." — Regina Schrambling (@ga…
 
Three Long Island community groups came together to create a "The People's Plan" for police reform that goes beyond what each county submitted to the governor. Shanequa Levin, CEO and founder of the Women’s Diversity Network and LI United to Transform Policing & Community Safety founder, and Frederick Brewington, Nassau County-based civil rights at…
 
An Asian American woman was viciously attacked by a man on a Midtown street on Monday. Several people seemed to have witnessed the incident, but did not appear to intervene. Dax Valdes, senior trainer at Hollaback, a global organization aimed at ending harassment in all of its forms, and Sandy Yang, director of communications and marketing for Prot…
 
This episode discusses four MMWR COVID-19 reports. One report describes how the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color changed during the pandemic. The second report highlights a CDC HIV program in Nigeria that increased the number people living with HIV who began receiving treatment. Another report describes the current status of the Global TB…
 
Noninvasive ventilation (NIV) may help COVID-19 patients in respiratory failure avoid invasive mechanical ventilation but may also lead to delays in intubation with potential for worse clinical outcomes. Domenico L. Grieco, MD, of Fondazione Policlinico Agostino Gemelli IRCCS in Rome, Jesse B. Hall, MD, of the University of Chicago, and Laveena Mun…
 
This episode discusses nine MMWR COVID-19 reports. Three reports look at COVID-19 vaccination, including real-world effectiveness of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, vaccine series completion, and vaccination coverage in communities with high levels of social vulnerability. Three reports show how the pandemic has affected schools' operations, …
 
In early January, Epicenter-NYC, a newsletter launched for New Yorkers to get through the pandemic, began volunteering to help community members make vaccine appointments. So far they’ve booked more than 2,600 shots. Mitra Kalita, Co-Founder of URL Media and CEO & Publisher of Epicenter-NYC, talks about what her and other volunteers have learned th…
 
In the UK, phase 2 of our coronavirus vaccination strategy may be delayed by supply problems, at the same time many GPs, who carried out the majority of the first vaccination phases, are declining to take on the addition burden and are trying to return to normal clinical work. In this podcast, Duncan Jarvies, multimedia editor for The BMJ, talks to…
 
When a beloved patient’s cancer returns, a psychologist confesses that she is at a loss for words, an inmate at a women’s prison describes the surprising value of an ordinary transistor radio, and an undertaker deals with a problematic client. Hosted by Jenifer Hixson, Senior Director at The Moth. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay…
 
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