Science And Medicine Podcasts
Longer lives are, at once, among the most remarkable achievements in all of human history and the greatest challenges of the 21st century. Whereas most discussions about aging societies are premised on the assumption that older people are frail and infirm, our premise is that problems of older people demand solutions so that the substantial increase in life expectancy can ultimately benefit individuals and societies. The mission of the Stanford Center on Longevity is to accelerate and implement scientific discoveries, technological advances, behavioral practices, and social norms so that century long lives are healthy and rewarding. We are a center on longevity, not old age, because building a world where the majority of people thrive in old age requires attention to the entire life span. Research shows clearly that education, exercise, nutritional habits, financial decisions, and social choices early in life have substantial implications for quality of life at advanced ages. Increased longevity demands that we reconsider traditional models of the life course which will necessitate new norms and practices for education, work and families that span multiple generations. We created the Century Lives podcast to provide a platform for informed discussion on a wide range of topics, between leading experts in academia, business and public policy. These conversations will foster a better understanding of the state of current research, and provide fresh perspectives on how best to optimize longer lives.
By Stanford Center on Longevity
Through the lens of science, hosts Kira Klingenberg & Keera Lindenberg (yes, really) explore surprisingly fascinating topics - like hive minds, sea monkeys, & lactose intolerance, in a way that everyone, despite their inherent level of nerdiness, will enjoy.<br> <br> All episodes recorded live at KXRY studios in Portland, Oregon.
By Kira Klingenberg Keera Lindenberg Xray.fm KXRY
Dr. Glenn Vo and Dr. Vinh Nguyen are the original "Odd Couple" of Dentistry - they are neither partners in practice or in bed. Just the dynamic duo behind one of the most entertaining Dental Podcasts in the World. Let's face it. Being a Dental Professional is hard. Heck, life in general is hard. Leave reality for a moment and join us in this podcast whirlwind of interesting guests, funny jokes, and thought provoking banter.
By Dr. Glenn Vo and Dr. Vinh Nguyen
Pulse: a central point of energy, a beat or rhythm. In healthcare, we know that to find the pulse is to confirm life, continuation. We know that there’s nothing stronger, more powerful, than feeling the thud of progress. Welcome to the Healthcare Pulse podcast. This is a show that brings the heart and mind of healthcare together to look beyond the challenges of care delivery to a world of possibilities. Hosted by Rich Bluni with guest appearances by industry experts, we share their knowledge and provide perspective to help you own your future in healthcare, before it disrupts you. Are you part of the pulse of healthcare? Rich Bluni, RN is a national speaker and best-selling author. Combined with his strong knowledge of healthcare from both the frontline and leadership perspectives, Rich’s passion for stories, community, and making a difference in the lives of others acts as a catalyst for this show to drive personal growth and organizational change.
By Studer Group
Our Critical Matters podcast, hosted by Dr. Sergio Zanotti, Chief Medical Officer of Sound Critical Care, covers a range of trending clinical topics and features special guests and thought leaders. Subscribe to this podcast and stay on top of new developments in the field of critical care medicine.
By Sound Physicians
BrainWaves is an academic audio podcast whose mission is to educate medical providers through clinical cases and topical reviews in neurology and medicine. Learn more at http://brainwaves.me/. #Neurology #Neuroscience #Medicine #MedEd #FOAMed #Education #Health #Brain #Residency
By Jim Siegler, MD | physician | neurologist | educator