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Parálisis Cerebral Respuestas

Azucena Garcia

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Parálisis Cerebral Respuestas es un podcast bilingüe, Inglés y español, que busca responder a todas tus preguntas sobre la Parálisis Cerebral! ¡Únete a mí cada semana para escuchar/ver entrevistas en profundidad con los mejores especialistas en Parálisis Cerebral y obtener las respuestas! Sí eres padre, pareja, familiar, amigo o persona con parálisis cerebral, ¡este podcast es para ti! Envía tu pregunta(s) a azucenaferro@gmail.com, y obtén la respuesta en el próximo episodio. Ve a mi pagina ...
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Femme Cerebral

Femme Cerebral

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The neocortex needs nurturing to produce the hormones necessary to keep media from short circuiting through the amygdala. Giving sociology the mothering it deserves, Femme Cerebral.
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Cerebral Exhale

DrivenBalance

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Thought provoking and perspective altering. Change your own mind if you dare. CerebralExhalePodcast@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/CerebralExhale/support
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Cerebral Syndicate

Cerebral Syndicate

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Cerebral Syndicate is your source for all things comics, animation, video games and movies. Join Xcalibur, DAT and Mr. Burch as we talk all things NerdPop with some guest and surprises along the way.
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Cerebral Flex

Cerebral Flex

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The Cerebral Flex Podcast is run by Nam1Sekatti, a musician & wordsmith, and Jareth R. R. Blackstar, an aspiring novelist & mystic. On the Cerebral Flex Podcast your hosts discuss a variety of topics ranging from political and social issues to odd topics of a conspiracies and aliens, always with a philosophical twist. This podcast is meant to inform, entertain, and hopefully brighten your day with thoughtful, intriguing discussions.
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Cerebral Conversations

CPA

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From the great minds at Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA), Cerebral Conversations tackles the biggest issues impacting people living with cerebral palsy and similar disabilities. We’re going all in on early intervention, advocacy, research, inclusion and a whole lot more, to untangle the curliest of ideas with the people who understand them best. Join our special guests and hosts for eye-opening, norm-challenging conversations. Listen to the powerful and poignant journeys of Australians living w ...
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Cerebral

Bhaskar Thakur

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This is Cerebral, a podcast by Bhaskar Thakur in which he shares his reflections on various random topics that he comes across by consuming quality content. Programming since the age 10, Bhaskar Thakur is a teenage entrepreneur and voracious reader. His point of view on topics are mainly influenced by statistics and are mostly contrarian.
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Cerebral Revolution with Nate Jones

Nate Jones

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Welcome to the Cerebral Revolution podcast with Nate Jones - where I talk about how to create the reality you desire around you, how to be happy and live without worry, how to practice compassion and mindfulness toward self and environment.
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Détox cérébrale

Idriss Aberkane - Arnauld Rosine - Baptiste Grodzki

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Détox cérébraleAu cours de notre formation, de notre éducation, nous acquérons tous des points de vue, des réflexes, des préjugés, qui finissent par nous fermer l’accès aux chemins du nouveau, du renouveau, d’apprendre à apprendre.Comment dépolluer nos esprits ? Comment leurs permettre de s’ouvrir à nouveau, pour apprendre de nouvelles approches, pour acquérir de nouvelles visions, celles dont nous avons besoin dans nos vies d’adulte ?C’est à ces questions que ce podcast se propose de répond ...
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AwwKwARD ConverSAYtion/Cerebral Storage Room

AwwKwARDConverSAYtionW/SelfTaughtVocalz

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Random Thoughts from the Cerebral Storage Room of CineMatikkPoet aka SelfTaughtVocalz . Born and raised in New York city, Harlem to be exact. Currently residing in Alabama after living in several cities in South Carolina for 25 years. Technically I'm a Country Boy but still have the accent of a New Yorker but the best of both worlds. I'm here to offer deep perspectives and uncut commentary about any and everything. Poetry, Rap, RnB, Movies, TV, Life etc. Support this podcast: https://podcast ...
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The Cerebral Faith Podcast

Evan Minton

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This podcast talks about the arguments for God's existence, the historical evidence for Jesus' resurrection, the toughest objections skeptics pose against the Christian faith, theological issues like soteriology and eschatology (i.e the doctrine of the last days), and so much more. Listen to this podcast (hosted by apologist Evan Minton) whether you are already a Christian, a hardcore skeptic, or a spiritual seeker, and you will discover that you can be a Christian BECAUSE of using your brai ...
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En este episodio el Dr. Mauricio Delgado aborda: Que es la epilepsia y sus diferentes tipos Cuál es la prevalencia de la epilepsia en pacientes con parálisis cerebral Qué pruebas y evaluaciones se utilizan para diagnosticar la epilepsia en pacientes con parálisis cerebral Cuáles son las opciones de tratamiento para la epilepsia en pacientes con par…
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En este episodio el Dra. Migvis Monduy aborda: Cuáles son algunas señales de que un bebe/ñino pueda tener discinesia, atetosis, choria y dystonia La importancia de identificar correctamente los diferentes tipos de Parálisis Cerebral: Spastica, Discinética, Mixta Se habla sobre DBS (Estimulacion del Cerebro Profunda) como un tratamiento efectivo par…
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En este episodio el Dr. Oscar Olvera aborda: Cuáles son los factores que contribuyen a que no haya suficientes doctores que se especialicen en adultos con parálisis cerebral. Comenta que el en los próximos 10 años esto deba cambiar Las diferencias entre los huesos de los niños y la de los adultos y los tiempo de recuperacion. Explica el significado…
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En este episodio, la Dra. Verónica Schiariti comparte su un poco sobre su experiencia y pasión por la pediatría y el desarroll de los niños. Resaltando la importancia de la comunicación positiva a la hora de hablar con los niños en las consultas medicas. Habla sobre “Mis Habilidades Primero" un projecto que pretende humanizar el sistema de salud en…
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En este episodio, la Dra. Mercedes Ruiz Brünner habla sobre: Los retos nutricionales más comunes a los que se enfrentan las personas y niños con parálisis cerebral. Menciona ejemplos de modificaciones dietéticas o intervenciones que recomiende habitualmente a personas con parálisis cerebral. Da ejemplos de como incorporar las modificaciones de text…
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En este episodio, la Dra. Georgina Perez Liz aborda los sigueitnes temas: Que es el autismo y como se diagnostica Que tan frecuente, segun algunos estudios realizados recientemente el diagnostico de Autismo y Parálisis Cerebral en los niños Disponibilidad de servicios de intervención temprana sin diagnóstico formal Necesidad de especialistas para r…
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En este episodio Arlette Jacome aborda: Los Centros Regionales en California ofrecen servicios para personas con discapacidades del desarrollo bajo el acta de Lanterman. Se detallan programas de intervención temprana y requisitos de admisión para diversas discapacidades como autismo o parálisis cerebral. Es crucial solicitar registros tempranamente…
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En este episodio el Dr. Alberto Moreno aborda: En este episodio, el doctor ortopédico Alberto Moreno comparte su visión sobre el tratamiento multidisciplinario de la parálisis cerebral, resaltando la importancia de correg ir alteraciones musculoesqueléticas. Se enfoca en la evolución de la ortopedia pediátrica, además de destacar los cambios en el …
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En este episodio, el la fisioterapeuta Claudia Duran habla sobre: Importancia de establecer metas y ejercicios personalizados en el tratamiento de parálisis cerebral. El rol del fisioterapeuta en el equipo multidisciplinario La importancia de considerar la opinión del paciente y consultar a las familias para identificar desafíos en el cuidado. Enfo…
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En este episodio, el Dr. Jorge Carranza del Rio aborda los siguentes temas: El doctor Jorge Carranza enfatiza la importancia de comprender los distintos tipos de parálisis cerebra Clasificación de la parálisis cerebral: se aborda la clasificación en cuadriparesia, hemiparesia y diparesia, así como una clasificación topográfica europea. Se destaca l…
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En este episodio, el Dr. Mauricio Delgado explica con detalle qué es la parálisis cerebral, sus posibles causas, síntomas y tratamientos. El Dr. Delgado explica que la parálisis cerebral es un conjunto de trastornos que afectan al movimiento y la postura debido a lesiones cerebrales adquiridas antes, durante o después del nacimiento de un bebé. La …
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Hola! Yo soy Azucena Garcia tengo paralisis cerebral y soy la presentadora de este podcast! En este primer episodio te cuento un poco sobre mi y por que estoy haciendo este podcast. Este podcast es un projecto muy personal para mi por que, con el quiero crear mas conciencia y dar mas visibilidad a la parálisis cerebral, un grupo de trastornos que a…
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This is the final episode of The Cerebral Faith Podcast. Mr. Minton explains his reasons for ending the podcast, as well as listing 30 episodes of the podcast that he recommends newcomers listen to the most. He then gives a few testimonials. He ends with a heartfelt thank you to all those who tuned in over the years as well as the guests who came o…
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In this episode, Evan Minton will go on to talk about his view on inerrancy and how that relates to the theory of divine accommodation which encompasses such topics as Ancient Near Eastern Cosmology, the head covering issue of 1 Corinthians 11, God's Gender, and Jesus' Sonship. He will also talk about the differences between Bible reading and Bible…
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This is a 2 part episode in Evan Minton thinks about The Bible. In this part, Evan Minton talks about biblical inspiration and what it means to say that The Bible is divinely inspired, as well as theories of divine inspiration (I.e how God and man worked together to bring about The Bible). He goes on to talk about different reasons to believe that …
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In todays episode, Evan Minton talks about the case for the historical reliability of the book of Acts with Christian Apologist and YouTuber Erik Manning. Who wrote the book of Acts? When was Acts written? What extra biblical writings and archeological evidence can verify what Acts says? Are there any clues within the book of Acts itself that sugge…
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In this episode, Mr. Minton has Dr. Kirk MacGregor on the podcast to talk about a view known as Open Theism, and what the biblical and philosophical issues with such a view are. Primarily they will be responding to arguments for Open Theism such as the argument that if humans have libertarian free will, God cannot foreknow our libertarianly free ch…
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In this episode, it is also an episode of What Your Pastor Didn’t Tell You in which Zach Miller had Evan Minton on as a guest. Miller and Minton respond to David Tsumura’s criticism of The Functional Origins/Temple Inaguration view of Genesis 1 as defended in books such as John Walton’s “The Lost World Of Genesis One” and “Genesis 1 As Ancient Cosm…
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Back in 2022, Evan Minton was on Zach Miller's podcast "What Your Pastor Didn't Tell You". In this episode, they responded to criticisms of the interpretation of Genesis 1 defended by John Walton in books like "The Lost World Of Genesis One" and "Genesis 1 As Ancient Cosmology". To see more of Zach Miller's podcast, visit the following URLs for the…
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Many people wonder about what's going to happen to them after they die. The Bible teaches that Christians will go to a place God has prepared for us called Heaven, whereas those who don't believe in Jesus go to a place called Hell. Yet as many tough questions as the latter place generates, there are also many questions about the former as well, eve…
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Arranca septiembre y vuelve VOCES DEL DAÑO CEREBRAL, en esta ocasión para conocer cómo se plantea la situación de los niños y niñas con DCA cuando emprenden su regreso a las aulas. Para hablar de ello nos acompaña Lili Gómez, neuropsicóloga infantil de la asociación ADACCA.โดย Fundación Gmp
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New Testament scholars treat John's gospel as largely a-historical when it comes to things Jesus said and did. This is even true of some evangelical scholars. For example, Craig Evans has publicly said that Jesus just sounds too different from how he talks in the synoptics, so John more or less paints an interpretive portrait of Jesus, making up th…
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In today's episode, Mr. Minton interviews John Wise; a philosophy professor who went from Christian to atheist to back to being a Christian again, a remarkable journey that spanned 25 years and culminated in 2019. Dr. Wise tells of his journey of faith and skepticism, and how he now views faith matters having been on both sides of "the looking glas…
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In today's episode, I have Nick Peters of Deeper Waters ministries on the podcast. Nick Peters is a Christian Apologist and theologian who has recently devoted his research to, believe it or not, video games! Specifically, video games and the psychology surrounding it as well as the theological aspects of it. In fact, he gave an entire talk at the …
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In this podcast episode, we wrap up our series on the historical case for the reliability of the gospels. I will tell the non-Christian who has been convinced by the evidence and arguments surveyed in the series what he should do next. I also have a message for non-Christians who may be resisting the evidence for non-intellectual reasons. And final…
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Continuing on with the audio blog series on the historical reliability of the gospels, I now turn to the issue of the historicity of Jesus' resurrection. Having previously established that the gospels are eyewitness accounts that are early (not to mention verified to be telling the truth on a variety of different occasions), we must answer the ques…
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Continuing on with The Gospel Reliability Audio-Blog series, I examine the case against miracles. Are miracles really impossible? Or if they're possible, can they never be evidentially established? This is what the 18th century Scottish philosopher David Hume argued. In this episode of The Cerebral Faith Podcast, I will be giving my refutations of …
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In this episode, we continue our "psudeo-audiobook" of the Cerebral Faith blog post series; The Case For The Reliability Of The Gospels. In this episode, I tackle the issues of alleged contradictions between the four gospel narratives. Do the gospels really contradict each other, and if so, what would that mean for their historical reliability? Lis…
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Continuing on with my gospel reliability audio blog series, I examine several pieces of internal evidence for the historical verisimilitude of the gospels; Undesigned Coincidences, Unnecessary Details, and Unexplained Allusions. To see the blog post, click here --> https://cerebralfaith.net/the-case-for-the-reliability-of-the-gospels-part-6-even-mo…
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In this podcast episode, I continue my series on the case for the historical trustworthiness of the gospels. I make a cumulative case for the gospel's trustworthiness from internal evidence. How can the criteria of authenticity help to build a cumulative case for the trustworthiness of the gospels? Listen to this episode to find out. Click here to …
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Este mes de julio se celebran elecciones generales en nuestro país. Por eso, hemos pensado que sería buena idea hacernos algunas preguntas sobre cómo afrontan las personas con DCA los comicios: ¿son accesibles los recursos que pone la Junta Electoral a disposición de los y las ciudadanas? ¿Qué pasa si una persona con daño cerebral es llamada a pres…
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In this podcast episode, we continue our series on the case for the historical reliability of the gospels. In this episode, I talk about the various extra-biblical evidence that confirms the existence of persons and historicity of events that the gospels record. What corroboration can secular authors of that time period and archeological evidence g…
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In this episode, I continue reading the essays I wrote as part of the Gospel Reliability series for the Cerebral Faith blog. First, I had an introduction episode, then we had an episode looking at the textual transmission of the New Testament documents. We saw in that episode that The New Testament documents were reliably preserved to 99.99% accura…
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In this episode, I continue reading aloud my Gospel Reliability blog post series. In this installment, I look at the external and internal evidences for the traditional authorship of the gospels. I argue that the evidence from the early church fathers as well as evidences from within the biblical text itself strongly supports the view that the gosp…
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In this episode, I read part one of my gospel, reliability blog post series. In the previous podcast episode, I read the introduction to the series. In this episode, I get into the first installment, which really gets up to the meat and potatoes. I look at the evidence of the manuscript transmission tradition of the New Testament documents, and I a…
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Este mes contamos con la participación de Rocío de la Rosa, gerente de FANDACE y vicepresidenta de FEDACE, y de Edith Pérez, coordinadora del Proyecto Rumbo en FEDACE, con quienes charlamos sobre la recuperación de una vida lo más independiente posible después de haber sufrido un DCA, y también sobre el Proyecto Rumbo para la desinstitucionalizació…
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In this episode, I go back to an audio only format and I explain a little bit of why before jumping into the main topic of the episode. But after the housecleaning, I read aloud my blog article "The Case For The Reliability Of The Gospels - Introduction". This is the beginning of an 11 part series in which I read all 11 installments of my Gospel Re…
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Este mes nos preguntamos cuáles son las necesidades de las personas con DCA que viven en entornos rurales, y lo hacemos de la mano de Begoña Hermida Val, directora de la Federación Gallega de Daño Cerebral (FEGADACE).โดย Fundación Gmp
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Este mes recibimos a Irene Elipe López, neuropsicóloga de AECUM, organización especializada en cuidados de personas con daño cerebral adquirido, que nos hablará con todo aquello que tiene que ver no sólo con el colectivo de personas cuidadoras, sino también con el autocuidado de este colectivo.โดย Fundación Gmp
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Arrancamos 2023 acercándonos a la historia de Andrea y Bernard, un relato de superación personal, resiliencia y creatividad a la hora de reinventarse, pero también un testimonio alucinante sobre cómo se afronta la aparición de un ictus en una pareja joven.โดย Fundación Gmp
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Celebramos los 20 primeros capítulos de VOCES DEL DAÑO CEREBRAL con una entrevista exclusiva con el director general de Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad, dependiente del Ministerio de Derechos Sociales y Agenda 2030, Jesús Martín Blanco, quien nos habla sobre el trabajo que la Administración central realiza en favor de las personas con DCA…
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Today on The Cerebral Faith Podcast, I have astrophysicist Hugh Ross on the program to talk about his new book "Designed To The Core", which talks about both cosmic and local Fine-Tuning, and what the latest science has to say regarding the evidence for a Cosmic Creator of our world. Hugh Ross is the founder of Reasons To Believe (RTB), an organiza…
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Este mes nos acompañan Sonia González y Claudia Trujillo, impulsora y trabajadora social, respectivamente, del proyecto “Guiar en Daño Cerebral”, para ofrecernos soluciones a las enormes dificultades que encuentran las personas con DCA y sus familias a la hora de enfrentarse a la tan temida burocracia relacionada con los trámites posteriores al alt…
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Do the gifts of The Holy Spirit continue to be distributed today? Many Christians think so. However, some Christians think the gifts of the Spirit have ceased since the first century. Moreover, whichever view you take on this, what about the gift of tongues? Continuing today or not, are the tongues some heavenly angelic language no one on this plan…
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We come to the end of our exposition of Jesus' Sermon On The Mount covered in Matthew 5-7. In this episode, we'll streamline the exegesis and cover the entire chapter beginning with Jesus' command "Do not judge" and ending with the crowd's reaction to everything Jesus said. To support this ministry financially, go to www.patreon.com/cerebralfaith -…
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We come to part 11 in our exposition of the Sermon On The Mount. We will examine Jesus' teaching on worry, why we shouldn't do it, and how can we avoid it. If you'd like to support this ministry financially, go to www.patreon.com/cerebralfaith --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/evan-minton/support…
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In this episode of The Cerebral Faith Podcast, we continue our series on The Sermon On The Mount. Jesus instructed his disciples about prayer and even how to pray. This prayer that Jesus taught his disciples is most commonly known as "The Lord's Prayer". It is this prayer and Jesus' instructions which preceded it, that we'll be expositing in this e…
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Alma Palau Ferré, presidenta del Consejo General de Colegios Oficiales de Dietistas - Nutricionistas y coordinadora de la clínica de nutrición y dietética de la Universidad Católica de Valencia, nos da las pautas para una alimentación adecuada tanto para prevenir los factores que pueden provocar un accidente cerebrovascular como para nutrir de form…
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