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This podcast is all about breaking barriers to well-being and shedding light on stigmas regarding health and hygiene–and how to counter them. We talk with people who have experienced these stigmas and experts all over the world about subjects such as incontinence, menstruation and hand hygiene.
 
This is Politics & Life Sciences (PLS) Radio which is an interplay of Life Sciences and Politics. I am your host Dean L. Fanelli, Ph.D. I am an Intellectual Property attorney in Washington, DC. My practice focuses on issues attendant to the Life Sciences industry. On PLS, we will explores cutting edge topics involving the Biotech and Pharma ecosystems and looks at political or governmental policy issues affecting the Biotech and Pharma industries. Each week, PLS will have amazing guests incl ...
 
Inside Out with Kea B is a podcast hosted by Kea Boya who is a psychology graduate, a 5FM radio personality and a self-care enthusiat. It was created with the intention of encouraging every person to be committed to developing a relationship with themselves, to be interested in learning about themselves and developing themselves internally, in the craziness of pursuing goals.
 
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When two podcasts love each other very much, something wonderful is born - it's the Game the System and Play it Up podcast! In this episode, the awesome dudes over at Play it Up invite the GTS crew - Marc, Matt and John - to join them for a dual podcast where we chat about what we've been up to, the community around retro in Australia, and lots of …
 
With the restrictions brought about by the pandemic, we can see that the behaviors of many people have changed for the better. After having been more or less forced to live more sustainably, the Green Response Survey shows that people are keen to keep these habits as we move towards a ‘new normal’. How do we make sure that these new habits stick? W…
 
Ein Anruf im SWR1 Sendezentrum: "Ich kann nicht mehr!" - Eindrücklich schildert die Krankenschwester Marion die Belastungen, denen sie zur Zeit auf der Corona-Station ausgesetzt ist. Für uns ein Grund, mit ihr in der neuen Folge des Podcasts ganz ausführlich über ihre Erlebnisse dort und den Zustand der Pflegenden zu sprechen.…
 
New research published in Jama Network Open shows that 54% of people with COVID-19 still have persistent post-COVID symptoms at 6 months including: brain fog (23.8%), anxiety (30%), disordered sleep (27%), depression (20%), joint pain (10%), fatigue or muscle weakness (38%), and flu-like symptoms (10%). The study looked at 57 studies with 250,351 C…
 
Ministerpräsident Winfried Kretschmann ist dafür, Noch-Gesundheitsminister Jens Spahn ist dagegen. Der Ruf nach einer allgemeinen Corona-Impfplicht wird immer lauter - und er polarisiert. Dr. Wolfgang Miller ist Präsident der Landesärztekammer Baden-Württemberg. Er vertritt die beruflichen Belange von über 70.000 Ärztinnen und Ärzten im Land und we…
 
The holiday season can be fraught for all kinds of reasons for so many. But just imagine how very alarming and emotionally harrowing it must be for those whose family members are in a cult. Perhaps you are, or perhaps you have friends or family who are (they may even be seeking to LEAD a cult themselves!) but at this time of year you'll more than l…
 
Nearly one third of healthcare workers in U.S. hospitals are still not vaccinated against Covid-19, according to research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as tensions escalate over a looming—and contested—nationwide mandate that officials worry will leave the sector with a shortage of critical workers. As of September 15, …
 
mit Birgitta Mayr und Katja Meier Wenn Jugendliche 18 Jahre alt werden, wohnen sie oft noch bei ihren Eltern. Anders ist das für Careleaver – Menschen, die in Pflegeeinrichtungen aufgewachsen sind. Sobald sie volljährig sind, müssen sie ihre Einrichtungen verlassen, sich eine Wohnung suchen und ihr Leben auf die Reihe kriegen. Das Careleaver-Kollek…
 
My guest today is Gigi Kwik Gronvall, PhD 10 Reasons Your Child Should Get Vaccinated for COVID-19 as Soon as Possible https://publichealth.jhu.edu/2021/10-reasons-your-child-should-get-vaccinated-for-covid-19-as-soon-as-possible Dr. Gronvall is a Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and an Associate Professor in the Depar…
 
Warum gibt es aktuell so viele Impfdurchbrüche? Warum liegen auch vollständig Geimpfte auf den Intensivstationen im Land? Und wie sinnvoll ist die Booster Impfung? Das sind die aktuell drängenden Fragen, denn: Wir befinden uns mitten in der vierte Welle der Pandemie. Antworten auf diese und noch weitere wichtige Fragen gibt Prof. Philipp Henneke, I…
 
Claudia Cragg (@claudiacragg) speaks here with Dr Leonard Rubinstein. @JohnsHopkins @bermaninstitute #CentreForPublicHealthAndHumanRights #CentreForHumanitarianHealth Bringing together extensive research, firsthand experience, and compelling personal stories, Perilous Medicine also offers a path forward, detailing the lessons the international comm…
 
mit Rwothomio Gabriel Unter jungen Europäer:innen sind Freiwilligendienste in Afrika so beliebt wie nie. Dabei richten sie vor Ort oft mehr Schaden an als sie helfen können. Was wir dagegen tun können erzählt Rwothomio Gabriel von No White Saviors. Disclaimer: In dieser Folge sprechen wir Englisch. Wie ihr die Organisation unterstützen könnt, erfah…
 
Die Intensivstationen im Land füllen sich wieder, Baden-Württemberg geht erneut in die Corona-Warnstufe. Damit verschärfen sich die Corona-Regeln, vor allem für Nicht-Geimpfte. Wir sind also bereits mitten in der 4. Welle angekommen. Währenddessen diskutieren wir über Impfdurchbrüche, Booster-Impfungen und darüber, ob es sinnvoll ist, die Corona-No…
 
Claudia Cragg (Twitter: @claudiacragg) talks to Celine-Marie Pascale @cmpascale about her new book, '' published by . For the majority of Americans, hard times have long been a way of life. Some work multiple low-wage jobs, others face the squeeze of stagnant wages and rising costs of living. Sociologist Celine-Marie Pascale talked with people acro…
 
mit Nicholas Ivansits und Nikolai Prodöhl von Sag's einfach der Podcast von andererseits In dieser etwas anderen Folge sind wir mal zu Gast und zwar beim Podcast Sag’s einfach von andererseits - ein inklusives Onlinemagazin von Redakteur:innen mit und ohne Behinderung. Und auch wir hatten ein paar Fragen an die Moderator:innen Nicholas Ivansits und…
 
White House rolls out plan to quickly immunize kids age 5 to 11 against Covid https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/20/covid-vaccine-white-house-announces-plan-to-distribute-shot-to-kids-as-soon-as-its-authorized.html The White House on Wednesday outlined its plan to distribute doses of Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine to kids ages 5 to 11 as soon as …
 
Claudia Cragg (@claudiacragg - Twitter) talks with Heather Hurwitz about her book, '." Despite cries of “We are the 99%,” signaling solidarity, certain groups were unwelcome or unable to participate. Moreover, problems with racism, sexism, and discrimination due to sexuality and class persisted within the movement. The protestors that comprised the…
 
mit Konstantin Königsbauer von Dickstinction Triggerwarnung: In dieser Folge geht es um sexuelle Übergriffe. Vier von zehn Frauen haben schon mal ein ungewolltes Dickpic bekommen. Die meisten ignorieren die Bilder oder blocken die Täter. Doch obwohl Dickpics strafbar sind, stellen die Betroffenen nur selten eine Anzeige. Die Gruppe Dickstinction ha…
 
Politics & Life Sciences (PLS) Stories covered today include: More Than 6.41 Billion Shots Given: Covid-19 Tracker In the U.S., 398 million Covid-19 doses have been administered The biggest vaccination campaign in history is underway. More than 6.41 billion doses have been administered across 184 countries, according to data collected by Bloomberg.…
 
After a one year hiatus, Kea B returns with an episode which gives an update on the recent changes in her life. She also shares the different stages of adapting to change and how they have been evident in her own life. The episode concludes with her sharing what has been helping her cope during periods of transitions.…
 
"'I came to see the mountains as an outpouring of our modern lives,' Roy writes, 'of the endless chase for our desires to fill us.' Readers of Behind the Beautiful Forevers will be drawn to this harrowing portrait." — Publishers Weekly Claudia Cragg (@claudiacragg) speaks here with journalist Saumya Roy about her new non-fiction work, . All of Mumb…
 
mit Ayanna und Jonas von Zusammenleben Willkommen 300.000 Menschen leben in Deutschland in Lagern, die unwürdig und unsicher sind. Das Projekt "Zusammenleben Willkommen" kritisiert die zentrale Unterbringung in Lagern, die Menschen stigmatisiert und ausgrenzt, und setzt sich politisch für eine dezentrale Unterbringung ein. Warum können geflüchtete …
 
The highly anticipated trial of ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is underway in San Jose, California. The Stanford dropout who was once a Silicon Valley darling faces felony charges that she duped elite financial backers, customers and patients. Her startup, Theranos, promised to revolutionize the medical world by diagnosing diseases with just a fe…
 
My guest today is Andrew M. Lieb - the Managing Attorney of Lieb at Law, P.C., with a practice focus on litigation and regulatory compliance. Mr. Lieb provides a wide range of legal services throughout the New York Metro area on such topics as real estate brokerage license law litigation / compliance, fair housing and discrimination litigation / co…
 
In this (reposted) interview, talks to Claudia Cragg @KGNU about 'Why Office Work is Bad for Us and Fixing Things Feels Good. This iconic also explores why some jobs offer fulfilment while others leave us frustrated. It answers the question as to why we so often think of our working selves as separate from our 'true' selves? Over the course of the …
 
mit Alexander Dexbach (LAMSA e.V) , Refiye Ellek (Journalistin), Fotis Matentzoglou (Die Linke in NRW) Am 26. September 2021 ist Bundestagswahl und 9,7 Millionen Volljährige in Deutschland – etwa 14 Prozent der Bevölkerung – dürfen nicht wählen. Der Grund: Sie haben nicht die deutsche Staatsangehörigkeit. Was das für unsere Gesellschaft bedeutet un…
 
Marc, John and Matt are back to tell some stories about what's been going on in the last few months. Sadly, a lot of it is at home during the Sydney lockdown, but that doesn't stop us having a stupid amount of retro to talk about! Pull up a chair, your favourite beverage, and enjoy us talking nonsense... Battle of the Arcades https://www.battleofth…
 
Dr. Jeremy Levin, Chairman and CEO of Ovid Therapeutics and the immediate past Chairman of the global Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), shares his latest thoughts on today's COVID-19 news: A new study in The Lancet Infectious Diseases shows Delta variant doubles the risk of hospitalization for the unvaccinated compared to the Alpha strai…
 
My guest today is Philip Buckler is the UNMASK Doctor. Philip is a General Dentist. He graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. He is currently an active Army, however, he is doing appearances only as a civilian. Philip has done extensive research on masks and is currently leading the group - Free People of the Southwest,…
 
Claudia Cragg (Twitter: @claudiacragg) speaks here with William Sargent about his book, , now out in a newly revised edtion. Surviving almost unmolested for 300 million years, the horseshoe crab is now the object of an intense legal and ethical struggle involving marine biologists, environmentalists, US government officials, biotechnologists, and i…
 
mit Kava Spartak von Yaar e.V. Was können wir tun, um gefährdeten Menschen in Afghanistan und ihren Angehörigen in Deutschland zu helfen? Darüber sprechen wir in dieser Folge mit Kava Spartak vom Yaar e.V. Der Verein setzt sich seit 2012 für afghanische Geflüchtete in Berlin ein. Mehr Infos zum Verein https://yaarberlin.de/ sowie bei instagram @yaa…
 
Neil Romano is the Former Chairman at The National Council on Disability. He has dedicated his career to the marketing of ideas and messages to help save lives and promote public policy. Romano's extensive professional background includes tenure as director of communications for the White House Office of Drug Abuse Policy. In 2007, Romano was nomin…
 
Claudia Cragg @claudiacragg speaks with Robin Broad and 's John Cavanagh, authors of In a time when countless communities are resisting powerful corporations: from Flint, Michigan to the Standing Rock Reservation, from Didipio in the Philippines to the Gualcarque River in Honduras, The Water Defenders presents the inspirational story of a community…
 
Todd Furniss, Author of “The 60% Solution - Rethinking Healthcare”. He can talk about the CDC director warning about impending doom as cases start to climb back up - or any other COVID topic like obesity and COVID. how it effects your heart, long hauler effects... equality on healthcare. and his book. Politics & Life Sciences (PLS) Radio…
 
No apologies. She is always just delightful. Claudia Cragg @claudiacragg speaks here with Joanne Greenberg (born September 24, 1932 in ) is an American who published some of her work under the of Hannah Green. She was a professor of anthropology at the and a volunteer . Greenberg is best known for the semi-autobiographical bestselling novel (1964).…
 
UPDATE: For those who want to help Haiti, M.J. suggests there are two options for two different solid organizations. Ayiti Community Trust and Fokal. and ************************************************************** Claudia Cragg (@claudiacragg) speaks here with M.J. Fièvre, 9@MJ_Fievre), a -born writer and educator who has lived in since 2002. He…
 
Dr. Marc Serota is triple board certified in dermatology, allergy/asthma/immunology, and pediatrics. He treats all types of skin problems ranging from acne (including Accutane), rashes, eczema, psoriasis, warts, excessive sweating, hair loss, moles, and many others. After graduating medical school at the age of 23, he pursued 8 additional years of …
 
with Mo from FAU deliver union and Yasha from Gorillas Workers Collective (Episode in English)Der Lieferdienst Gorillas wird in der Start-Up Welt für sein schnelles Wachstum gefeiert, gleichzeitig streiken die Fahrer:innen und beklagen schlechte Arbeitsbedingungen. Wie kann die Situation der Rider von Gorillas, Lieferando und anderen besser werden?…
 
Carole Lieberman, M.D., known as America's Psychiatrist who is an LA County Resident Carole Lieberman, M.D., known as America's Psychiatrist, is an author and news-talk media commentator. She is a board-certified Beverly Hills psychiatrist and an award-winning and bestselling author. She was trained at NYU-Bellevue and at Anna Freud's London Clinic…
 
mit Ruth Krohn und Mia Smettan vom Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie Das kapitalistische System basiert auf Wachstum. Selbst während der Pandemie konnte die deutsche Wirtschaft – trotz Einbußen – weiterhin wachsen. Die Produktion geht weiter, schafft Reichtum, während sie stets Ressourcen verbraucht. Doch wann ist der Kapitalismus ausgewachsen? Eine Welt m…
 
In the US, several states are making strong moves to ban medical treatment for transgender youth. The laws are intended to prohibit doctors from providing gender confirming hormone therapy, puberty blockers or gender-confirmation surgeries or from referring patients to other health care providers. Claudia Cragg (Twitter: @claudiacragg) speaks here …
 
Claudia Cragg @claudiacragg speaks here with Filipina American filmmaker, Maria Diane Ventura (Instagram @mariadianeventura) whose new film is streaming on Amazon Prime from today, 15 July 2021. The movie, written and directed by music producer and artist manager Ventura, is a tale of friendship between two young men who leave their German hometown…
 
mit Geraldine Wronski von ira e.V. Geschlechtsspezifische Gewalt prägt den Alltag vieler Menschen auf der Welt, besonders den von Frauen, Trans- und Inter-Menschen. Gerade BiPoc, Menschen mit Behinderungen, Asylsuchende, wohnungslose Menschen und Menschen ohne Papiere haben es besonders schwer, Schutz vor Gewalt einzufordern. Daher braucht es ein n…
 
Damian Garde is a national biotech reporter for STAT Guest Bio: Damian Garde is a national biotech reporter for STAT, based in New York. He co-writes The Readout newsletter and co-hosts "The Readout LOUD" podcast. Prior to joining STAT in 2016, he spent four years covering drug development at FierceBiotech, and previously wrote for Patch.com and th…
 
Claudia Cragg @claudiacragg (comments, suggestions, ratings welcome) speaks here with staff writer at The Atlantic. He is the author of , , and . Americas, says Packer, is"...trapped in two countries. Each one is split by two narratives—Smart and Just on one side, Free and Real on the other. Neither separation nor conquest is a tenable future. The …
 
When the pandemic hit the world, most of society came to a halt. But not our demand for goods, especially hygiene goods. All along the supply chain it became just like Christmas season overnight. But not in a good way. A demand usually planned and prepared for months in advance, now had to be met in a day. In this episode, we look behind the curtai…
 
Jonathan Temte, MD, PhD, MS, is the associate dean for public health and community engagement at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Jon has also been active on pandemic influenza and bioterrorism working groups for the state of Wisconsin. His current research interests include viral disease surveillance in primary car…
 
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