Science And Medicine Podcasts
Bienvenidos al podcast de los sueños, un recorrido hacia nuestro máximo potencial que quiero que hagamos juntos. <br>Soy Belén Canalejo profesional de la comunicación, pionera en el mundo de la influencia online y emprendedora de éxito.<br>En cada episodio compartiré claves de crecimiento personal y consejos prácticos que inspiran mi vida y terminarán inspirando la tuya. <br>Si te mueven los sueños, la pasión y el deseo de ser mejor cada día, éste es tu sitio. Aquí encontrarás las herramientas para conseguir lo que te propongas. Vamos a por ello. Te acompaño!
The stories on The Human Side (of Medicine) come to life! Hosted by Rose, a medical student at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, listen to an insider’s perspective on life in medicine and what really matters. You’ll also meet the extraordinary humans of medicine who have devoted their lives to caring for others. This is going to be an exciting journey. Thank you for joining.
By Rose Schutzberg
The Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in running medicine. Bryan Heiderscheit, PT, PhD, is the host of the Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast, and is widely accepted as one of the world’s foremost experts in running mechanics and injury management. During each episode, Dr. Heiderscheit and co-host Mark D. Anderson, PT, MPT, OCS delve into a specific running medicine topic while applying real world experience and research to give listeners a comprehensive take on the subject.
By Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast
Where new moms and moms to be come to learn healthy hacks for healthy pregnancies. We discuss everything from the toxins we are exposed to daily and how they are affecting us, to home births, cloth diapers, optimal nutrition for preconception, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and beyond!
By Karma Shleef
Welcome to Your Unique Brilliance Podcast with a weekly fresh flow of guidance, inspirations, tips and conversations designed to help you empower your work and life effectively, create your vision, and reconnect to living your greatest diamond potential by discovering your unique brilliance for success. It is time to own your value and motivate your desire for daily excellence into a reality. Nicola Salter is British and lives in Los Angeles, she has been a life path Mentor for over 23 years and shares her personal experiences and the mentoring techniques she uses with many female entrepreneurs and women looking to create a new fulfilling career or business for themselves that balances their lifestyle with success and financial freedom. This podcast focuses on becoming your best self, discovering and expressing your voice, your truth and creating new choices.
By Nicola Salter
Love yourself healthy is a podcast that aims to positively influence listeners when it comes to the topic of eating disorders, body image, self love and acceptance of ones self. We will also be discussing a range of different health issues such as binge eating disorder, bulimia, overeating and weight loss. Tackling them from a completely different perspective - mind, body, psychology. Throughout the podcasting journey you will also get to know 'real life' stories from people who have had struggles around the above topics and have positively come out the other side. They will share their struggles and what they did to overcome these. I want this platform to be used as a way to become more educated and open minded about the importance of taking care of and nurturing yourself from within. You can follow my instagram page @barexbrave and if you would like to contact me please email email@example.com
By Melanie Lillis
Epidemiology Counts from the Society for Epidemiologic Research, a podcast that gives you up to date information on the state of health research straight from researchers who are deeply involved with this work. In each episode, we’ll look at a particular disease or health condition or something that we are exposed to in our daily lives that may affect our health, and bring you a look at what we currently know and what don’t know about each of these conditions or potential causes of disease (what we refer to as “exposures”).
By Sue Bevan - Society for Epidemiologic Research (SER)