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Monkeypox Update and Homing in on Long COVID: COVID, Quickly, Episode 36
On this episode of the COVID, Quickly podcast, we take a few minutes to talk about the other virus making headlines—and then return to long COVID.
Fueling Patients' Drive to Treatment [Sponsored]
Celebrating those who significantly improve access to cancer care for underserved populations, the Cancer Community Awards, sponsored by AstraZeneca, presents an individual or organization with a Catalyst for Change Award. We spoke with the 2021 award winner, Tomma Hargraves, to learn more about what’s happened since she received the award.
Researchers Created a Potion That Turns Loud Lions into Placid Pussycats
A single whiff of oxytocin, a chemical that some call the “love hormone,” promotes tolerance among lions at a wildlife sanctuary.
Reaching the Root of Disparities in Cancer Care [Sponsored]
Celebrating those who strive to overcome disparities in cancer care to bring quality services to their patients, the Cancer Community Awards, sponsored by AstraZeneca, created the Catalyst for Equity Award. We spoke with Dr. Anne Marie Murphy, executive director of Equal Hope and winner of the award in 2021, to learn more about what’s happened since her organization received the award.
For Some Dolphins, the Key to Mating is Rolling with a Tight, Noisy Crew
A pair of studies show that male bottlenose dolphins rely on wingmen when wooing mates—and that they cultivate these friendships by being vocal.
A Source of Integrative Support for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Patients [Sponsored]
Celebrating those who are making a patient’s experience as easy as possible during an extraordinarily difficult time, the Cancer Community Awards, sponsored by AstraZeneca, presents an individual or organization with a Catalyst for Care Award. We spoke with the 2021 winner, Unite for HER’s founder and CEO Sue Weldon, to hear more about what’s happened since her organization received the award.
love it since 2018
When I was an ordinary college student, I want to practice my English skills, someone at quora recommended this podcast, then I got a lot from this program. Now is 2022, 4 years later, although I didn’t listen to it everyday, it is still useful for me. And I’m going to learning in Canada in September, as a student whose native language is not English, I think I will love it forever.
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Perfect short news stories for those wanting to stay up to date without reading every technology magazine and news paper.
A few interesting episodes, but COVID-19 updates = yeah!
Every once in a while I found an interesting episode. I like that these are short. But the most benefit I feel like in from listening to these is the two week update of Covid information! That is great & easy to share!