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By Tranquil Space
This podcast is all about making you happier by giving you weekly missions to do. Each mission is divided into easy, normal, and hard difficultly levels just like a game. These missions are based on scientific research into what makes people happier with the occasional “Hey that sounds cool. Let’s try that!” mission thrown in for a bit of spice. They are like cheat codes for life. This podcast is NOT about positive thinking, self esteem, visualizing your inner child, or any of that crap. It’s all about doing things that have been proven through research to make people happier and doing things that make you better at life. So join me as I do these missions right along with you. We can try out some of these cheat codes for a happy life together and see if they work. Give it a shot for a month and see if the missions help. Pick a mission, choose a difficultly level, do the mission, and let me know how it went. You can find me on Google+ or Facebook as Happiness Cheat Codes or Twitter as HappinessCodes. Good luck with the missions!
By Larry Pitts
Toothache is one of the most unbearable pains that a person can ever experience. I mean, you are not able to eat your favorite foods, enjoy your daily hobbies, and you even go to bed at night in great pain without having the ability to enjoy a good night sleep, hoping the day comes in which your pain goes away so can live a normal life again. Well, that day has arrived. In this podcast, you are going to learn many very easy, cost-effective, step-by-step natural toothache remedies that will relieve your toothache pain fast. So what are you waiting for? Listen to the podcast so you can get closer to the pain-free life that you deserve.
By Carl Craig
Kim Iversen chats with listeners and guests about how to build and sustain a healthy relationship, provides safe and happy dating tips and an array of other healthy lifestyle discussions. "Your Time with Kim" is produced by Jill Crapanzano and engineered by Ken Rojas. "Your Time with Kim" is a product of Entercom Communications and is presented by United Stations Radio Networks.
By Kim Iversen
Subscribe for coverage and analysis of current neurology/brain research, patient and caregiver profiles, drug development strategy, pioneering nonprofit management and other topics of interest in a wide-ranging series of conversations hosted by journalist and Parkinson’s patient Dave Iverson.
By Michael J. Fox Foundation
All of us are directly connected to addiction whether it be personally, family or friends. Sober Conversations is real talk about America's number 1 health challenge: Addiction. Join Dr.'s Herby Bell and Chris Harrison as they host interesting, provocative and hopeful conversations with addiction and wellness experts to Mom's, Dad's, daughters and sons of this systemic problem in our culture. Sober Conversations is about getting addiction, "out of the closet" and transforming the addiction treatment community into the entire community. Join us–all good and healthy things start with a conversation.
By Herby Bell
Bruce Buffer, "The Voice of Mixed Martial Arts," brings his special brand and flare each and every week on "IT'S TIME!!!" Buffer chats with celebrities, fighters, and individuals from all walks of life about pop culture, news and of course mixed martial arts and the UFC. Sick of the same old podcast banter? "IT'S TIME!!!" for something new. The newest 10 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe now at gasdigitalnetwork.com and use the code BUFFLIFE to save 15% on the entire network, plus get a discount on all merchandise!
By Gas Digital Network, Bruce Buffer, TJ DeSantis
JSAMS is proud to announce that podcasts highlighting particular issues and papers in each of our 6 issues a year are now available through a series of interviews with authors, researchers, and practitioners. In addition we aim to include discussions in more general terms matters of relevance to sports medicine and sports science.