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    A Topographical Approach to Early Cancer and Connective Tissue Disease Detection

    A Topographical Approach to Early Cancer and Connective Tissue Disease Detection

    Earlier detection of cancer and connective tissue disorders may be possible using atomic force microscopy.
    Tune in to learn how it works and discover:
    The advantages of atomic force microscopy over electron microscopy How fibroblasts use collagen to travel throughout the body How fibrosis occurs and why it matters  Atomic force microscopy is a technique that can generate high-resolution images of biological samples too small to be imaged using other techniques. 
    It works similar to a stylus on a record player: a tiny stylus contacts and moves up and down along the biological sample, while a computer program analyzes these movements and recreates 3D images accordingly. 
    In essence, it’s a process whereby the topography of almost any surface can be measured and visualized.
    This technology is leading to great insights in various fields of research, and has exciting applications in the field of early cancer detection. 
    Press play for all the details.
    Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

    • 27 min
    Practical, Accessible Strategies for Improving Mental Health

    Practical, Accessible Strategies for Improving Mental Health

    “The people who listen to my show…want to listen to someone who has been through it, and knows what it’s like…to struggle to get out of bed because you feel like the entire world is closing in on you,” says Jeremy Godwin. 
    Press play to discover:
    How the virus situation has increased loneliness and disconnection from others, and where mental health falls on most people's list of priorities The value of practical advice that’s rooted in research when navigating mental health issues The impact of paying attention to the negative as opposed to the positive things in our environment In 2011, the pressure from Godwin’s corporate job combined with unresolved family issues, seemingly insurmountable financial concerns, and unaddressed issues from childhood led him into a total mental breakdown. For the following three years or so, he wrestled with all-consuming anxiety and depression. More often than not, he really believed there was no way out.
    He joins the show today to share his journey into and out of the darkest period of his life, and explains how he’s come to use those dark times in a way that helps others. 
    As creator and host of the Let’s Talk About Mental Health podcast, Godwin reaches thousands of people on a weekly basis with his practical, evidence-based strategies for understanding and addressing the many faces of mental illness.
    Visit https://letstalkaboutmentalhealth.com.au/ for access to his podcast, where you can anticipate a new episode every Sunday.
    Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

    • 37 min
    Processing Trauma, Finding Holistic Wellness with Bianca Rodriguez

    Processing Trauma, Finding Holistic Wellness with Bianca Rodriguez

    “You’ve got to teach what you’ve learned,” says Bianca Rodriguez, and that’s exactly what she does. Only, it took her decades to truly learn what she’d been through, and how she could use her experience to help others.
    Tune in to discover:
    The definition of trauma and the many different ways it can occur Which side of the brain stores unprocessed traumatic memories How bilateral stimulation and EMDR can help people process painful and traumatic memories The importance of having some level of emotional stability before trying to process traumatic memories In addition to emotional, physical, and sexual trauma, Rodriguez knows firsthand that there’s also something called medical trauma, which is when a physical condition or disease causes a person to feel like their wellbeing or life is threatened.
    When Rodriguez was just three years old, she developed severe asthma and was hospitalized numerous times. And every time she would have an asthma attack, she truly felt as though she was going to die. But it wasn’t until much later in life that she understood it for what it really was.
    She’s since become a licensed holistic psychotherapist and founder of You Are Complete, through which she helps people uncover their true selves, access and work through suppressed memories of past trauma, and integrate their mind, body, and spirit for complete wellness.
    She discusses the details of her work as a therapist, including the use of EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), CBT, and holotropic breathwork.
    Press play to hear the full conversation and visit https://youarecomplete.com/ to learn more.

    Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

    • 38 min
    Apiculture and Working with Honeybees to Improve Queen Bee and Colony Reproductive Health with Elina L. Niño

    Apiculture and Working with Honeybees to Improve Queen Bee and Colony Reproductive Health with Elina L. Niño

    Are beehives and productivity within it dependent on the quality of the queen's mating habit? Surprisingly, just through smell, worker bees may judge the quality of various combinations.

    Press play to learn:
    What makes a good productive queen The factors that may be more prevalent than colony collapse How a honeybee's microbiome impacts the hive Dr. Elina L. Nino, an Associate Specialist in Apiculture, shares her work with various insects and apiculture in particular in an effort to improve the sustainability of the hive.
    Despite colony collapse disorder's prevalence in recent years, the health of a colony may rely on many more factors. In fact, even the general public can contribute to the health of the colonies in their area.
    By varying chemicals we use and treating hives with probiotics, the health of the bees and colonies they are part of can be drastically improved. In addition, with improved data gathering techniques, the information we gather about various hives at different levels of health, we can begin to understand what makes a thriving hive.
    Visit elninobeelab.ucdavis.edu to learn more.

    Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
     

    • 37 min
    Uncovering and Treating Chronic, Complex Diseases with Functional Medicine Doctor Dr. Miles Nichols

    Uncovering and Treating Chronic, Complex Diseases with Functional Medicine Doctor Dr. Miles Nichols

    When just getting out of bed in the morning started feeling almost impossible--no matter how much sleep he’d gotten or how hard he’d been trying to live a healthy lifestyle--Dr. Miles Nichols knew there was a problem. But no matter how many practitioners he saw, he couldn’t find any answers.
    It took years for him to discover that a multitude of chronic and complex illnesses were to blame.
    Press play to learn:
    What is missing in traditional medical care to help patients achieve better outcomes One of the root (physical) causes of depression How an autoimmune condition can prevent proper metabolism of B12, and how this affects energy levels How strep infection, Lyme disease, mold toxins, and other physical ailments can alter mood, personality, and behavior Chronic fatigue, an autoimmune condition, multiple chronic infections, and mold toxicity flew under the radar of countless doctors, who told Dr. Nichols he was probably just depressed.
    Now, as the co-founder of Medicine with Heart Functional Medicine Clinic, Dr. Nichols has dedicated his career to helping others identify, understand, and heal from complex, chronic illnesses that often go undetected.
    Two of the primary conditions Dr. Nichols treats are mold illness and Lyme disease, which most affected people don't even know they have. He also treats a range of autoimmune conditions, thyroid disorders, and gut-related issues. He discusses all this and so much more in today's episode.
    Tune in to hear the full conversation and visit medicinewithheart.com to learn more.

    Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

    • 40 min
    Endometriosis and the Normalization of Pain Which May Cause Emotional Instability with Dr. Dan Martin

    Endometriosis and the Normalization of Pain Which May Cause Emotional Instability with Dr. Dan Martin

    Why is there still a massive diagnosis gap for endometriosis? Since pain has been normalized in many women, it is often overlooked.

    Listen up to learn:
    The likelihood of experiencing endometriosis  How endometriosis is similar to acne What we need in the future of endometriosis treatment Dr. Dan Martin, the EndoFound Scientific and Medical Director, discusses the root causes and developments in endometriosis treatment and diagnosis. 
    Despite the severity of symptoms and the negative impacts of endometriosis on emotional stability, it has long been ignored. For several reasons, many women struggling with endometriosis have been ignored or misdiagnosed for decades.
    With the de-normalization of pain and advancements of treatment options, the diagnosis of endometriosis can happen much earlier. This accurate diagnosis is critical in adequately treating this often-debilitating condition. 
    To learn more, visit endofound.org.

    Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

    • 37 min

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