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MS Diagnosis Journey

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MS Diagnosis Journey

Laura Kolaczkowski

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In the chronic disease arena, most everyone is more than willing to share their story for their own benefit and that of others. At the core of each story is the diagnosis. Everyone has a story to tell, and every storyteller needs an audience. We invite you to join us for the Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis Journey podcast and listen to these unique stories. There's much to learn from each other by listening to these stories of diagnosis. By sharing their experiences with others, the MS Diagnosi ...
 
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Spot Diagnosis

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Spot Diagnosis

Skin Health Institute

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Spot Diagnosis examines the common skin complaints that general medical practitioners are frequently presented with. It is tailored specifically for medical students, and GPs, but should also be useful for nurses and pharmacists. The series provides evidence-based, up-to-date medical education & information aimed at upskilling medical practitioners in treating skin complaints, in order to improve the skin health of our communities. The series is hosted by Associate Professor Alvin Chong, sen ...
 
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The Tarot Diagnosis

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The Tarot Diagnosis

Shannon and Luna

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Hey there! We’re Luna and Shannon - licensed psychotherapists in private practice who also happen to love tarot. Each episode we work to demystify tarot and explore its connections to mental and emotional health while implementing its inherently helpful tools to better understand ourselves and those around us. Join us as we unravel common struggles related to our behavior, thought patterns, emotions, and relationships while pulling cards to facilitate growth and to help create the life and r ...
 
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Love your Diagnosis

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Love your Diagnosis

Lainie Chait

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A weekly look into the life of someone who has been diagnosed with a condition/illness. The interviews find a flow and dialogue around the choices and changes people start to make in their lives when they learn that they have to live with dis-ease, which may have been partially brought about by their life choices. A diagnosis can be seen as a gift if you look at it as a second chance to get to know and treat yourself in a more loving way. Lainie gets raw and intimate and draws out some morse ...
 
“American Diagnosis” is a conversation about some of the biggest public health challenges across the United States, with insights on topics from teen mental health to opioids and gun violence highlighting the voices of experts and people on the ground working for the health of their communities.
 
S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Clinical Pathophysiology and Therapeutics at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, and Adam S. Cifu, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean for Medical School Academics at the Univers ...
 
15 years too late, we take on a differential diagnosis of every episode of the iconic House MD. Every Monday we discuss a new episode, character or some unique feature of anything House. If you want to let us know what you think about the podcast or anything House MD related, then don't hesitate to message us at @HouseMDCast and give us your thoughts.
 
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MMA Diagnosis

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MMA Diagnosis

MMA Diagnosis

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MMA Diagnosis is a weekly podcast featuring two brothers who discuss the latest MMA & Boxing fights, news and much more!!! Follow us on iTunes, Soundcloud & Stitcher!!! If you enjoy the podcast please give a 5 star review on iTunes
 
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Beyond The Diagnosis

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Beyond The Diagnosis

Pandemia LLP.

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This podcast is for anyone who wants to go Beyond The Diagnosis and see things as they are versus what we’ve been told. Join Dr. Ashish Philip Zachariah, an Orthopedic surgeon and Dr. Viroshini Hari Krishnan a health strategist as they navigate the frontiers of medical science while breaking the barriers between the patient and the medical fraternity.Is your diet killing you? Is stem cells the future? Am I just one medical bill away from bankruptcy? At the end of this journey, we hope to ans ...
 
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects 400,000 Americans and is the leading nontraumatic cause of neurological disability in young adults. Although MS is progressive, it is not fatal, and patients generally have a normal lifespan. However, progressive disability imposes increasing limitations and reduced quality of life for these patients. Newly released consensus guidelines offer neurologists and primary care physicians direction to improve the differential diagnosis and develop strategies to faci ...
 
Pain is a common complaint in the primary care setting, and the standard of practice is to assess for the cause of the pain. Patients often present with painful symptoms of unknown etiology that cannot be defined by the degree of inflammation or damage to muscle tissue. Fibromyalgia affects an estimated 10 million people in the United States and is especially common in women. Many patients have additional symptoms including fatigue, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, cognitive problems/mem ...
 
Does having a seizure mean epilepsy, or is it an isolated neurological event? Failure to recognize diagnostic uncertainty between the epilepsies and non-epileptic events may be a factor in high rates of misdiagnosis. Many patients who have been misdiagnosed as having epilepsy have had previous EEGs interpreted as epileptiform that contributed to the misdiagnosis of epilepsy. Patients are often faced with the need to tolerate complex cocktails of medications over long periods of time causing ...
 
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Ed Tobias is a blogger and writer who formerly worked as an Associated Press reporter and broadcaster. He says that the only person who suspected MS when he was diagnosed was his wife, who was working as a Physiotherapist at the time. In this interview, Ed talks about his initial symptoms and the tests that were available to neurologists in 1980 - …
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we do our best to answer a listener question that we thought was super relatable right now. Our listener asked: “Would you consider doing an episode on overwhelm? It seems like a lot of us feel overwhelmed when contemplating large scale issues like war, poverty, climate change...the list is long. The proble…
 
Shari Short is a comedian and writer. Since her MS diagnosis in 2008, Shari has used humor to deal with MS, communicate about MS and cope with MS. In this interview, Shari talks about what was EVENTUALLY an unusually rapid diagnosis and the need for patients to seek out medical professionals who match their temperaments and whom they can trust. Rem…
 
It seems like it’s dumpster fire season for so many of us. Both of us have been having some Tower card moments lately, so we decided to unwrap the experience of anticipating the Tower, being in the Tower, and the aftermath. The conversation was more than we had anticipated and had us pondering days later. Even if everything in your life right now i…
 
Sue Casey is married with grown-up children and grandchildren and worked as a nursery nurse for many years. Not bad when you consider that she was diagnosed with MS in 1974, which means that, at the time of this recording, she has been living with it for nearly 50 years! At the time of Sue's diagnosis, there weren't any Disease Modifying Therapies …
 
This week on the Tarot Diagnosis Podcast we take on a topic that everyone can relate to: confidence. And this is such a Goldilocks emotion. Too much is a bad thing too little is a good thing, when it comes to confidence we need to get it just right. In the end, as one of our favorite professors in graduate school used to say, “That’s easy to say, a…
 
Heather is an actor, teacher, blogger, and Support Volunteer for the UK MS Society. She lives in England and was diagnosed with MS in 2014. As she says in this interview, Heather had no prior knowledge of MS at the time she began having symptoms. Eventually, she provided her own diagnosis (with help from Dr. Google) which was subsequently backed up…
 
S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Clinical Pathophysiology and Therapeutics at the University of Ch…
 
FUO: An interesting case and an argument about why it should just be called, prolonged fever. S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medic…
 
Mary Pettigrew is a writer from Dallas, Texas. She is also a blogger who specializes in poetry, essay, and narrative interviews. Following her MS diagnosis in 2001, she wanted to create a space where fellow MSers could meet up and share stories. In 2014 she launched MS Pals on Twitter, which eventually turned into a website of the same name. In thi…
 
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Kelly Kessler about her (self)diagnosis of Bulimia Nervosa An eating disorder that can have not only mental health symptoms but also long lasting physical pain for many years even after recovery. The physical side of Bulimia can take it's toll on the body from chronically over exercising , to the …
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we tackle the topic of perfectionism – what it is, why we experience it, and most importantly, what on earth we should do with it. We’ve all known a perfectionist, or been one ourselves, and although perfectionism isn’t technically a diagnosable disorder - we all know how debilitating it can be. The truth i…
 
Anita Williams’ advocacy work comes through her two roles at iConquerMS, a participant-driven research organization that aims to better understand, treat, and ultimately cure MS. She is the Co-Chair of the Engagement Committee, as well as being Co-Chair of the Committee for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion. Anita also writes regular articles for …
 
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Emmanuel Anthony about his journey with Asthma, two popped lungs, a tumour in his kidney and nearly dying eight times. Emmanuel Anthony is a researcher, writer, teacher, Inspirational speaker, Demartini Facilitator and consultant who works 1-on-1 and 1-on-many to assist human beings globally to ov…
 
Kristy and Andrew shared their journey with their daughter Hadley, who has Pfeiffer syndrome. They found out in utero something was wrong and were candid about their worries and stress. When Hadley was born all of that changed. Pfeiffer Syndrome: Hadley Something Was Wrong During her 20 week anatomy scan, Kristy was told there were some things that…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis, we venture into the complicated landscape of forgiveness. It’s a topic we’ve thought about addressing for a long time, but it’s a tough one to wrestle with because there’s such a huge variation of situations to consider when talking about forgiveness. Is forgiveness even an appropriate response in some circumstance…
 
Lisa Emrich is a patient advocate who has been helping patients educate and empower themselves since 2008. After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2005, Lisa learned firsthand the challenges of navigating the healthcare and insurance systems as a self-employed freelance musician in Washington, DC, performing on horn and piano. In this inte…
 
In 2020, during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, Zoel Zohnnie was feeling restless. Growing up on the Navajo Nation, he said, the importance of caring for family and community was instilled at an early age. So Zohnnie wanted to find a way to help members of his tribe. One need in particular stood out: water. American Indian and Alaska Na…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis we get down and dirty with the cringe worthy topic of… embarrassment. It’s a human emotion we all have, but it’s one most of us prefer not to think about. But, it turns out that taking the time to really deconstruct the sensation of embarrassment is actually quite enlightening. From Nine of Swords to King of Cups, w…
 
Steve Woodward is a podcast editor from England, UK. He was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2005. In this episode, Steve talks about the treatment he receives under the UK’s National Health Service, and why, despite the progressive nature of the disease, he thinks his MS diagnosis has made him a better person. Read Steve’s blog Interview by La…
 
Incontinence: A 2X2 table, a mnemonic, and a spelling lesson. S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Cli…
 
Editor’s Note: This episode includes descriptions of violence that some might find disturbing. Intimate partner violence, also known as domestic violence, can take the form of physical, sexual, or psychological abuse. If you or someone you know is experiencing intimate partner violence, help is available. StrongHearts Native Helpline provides cultu…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we decided to talk about something we found interesting… but didn’t really know how to talk about it. It began with a simple phrase - “living intuitively.” We both loved the way that sounded. How great would that be? (Cue images of self dancing on a beach in a gauzy dress at sunset) It only took a few secon…
 
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Angela Lago about her diagnosis of Hashimoto's Disease. Hashimoto's is a chronic auto immune disorder which for some reason 7x more likely in women than men. Love to know that reason but haven't done enough research yet to find out. Angela was living life under extreme stress and was showing sympt…
 
In the chronic disease arena, most everyone is more than willing to share their story for their own benefit and that of others. At the core of each story is the diagnosis. Everyone has a story to tell, and every storyteller needs an audience. We invite you to join us for the Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis Journey podcast, and listen to these unique s…
 
In this episode we explore Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) alongside guest expert A/Prof Erin McMeniman. HS can be easy to overlook and carries a heavy burden on its sufferers. In this episode, we discuss how HS may present, what causes it, how it can be managed as well as some emerging therapies for its treatment. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
With infertility on the rise, many couples go through difficult times not being able to conceive. On this show of Beyond the Diagnosis, we discuss the nuances of infertility, the myths that surround it and how it can be treated. Join us as we discuss this and more with Dr Smrithi Nayak, a veteran obstetrician and gynecologist who has helped numerou…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis, we spend some time with the idea of Responding vs. Reacting - which really is a conversation about how to live our lives in a more mindful and purposeful way. We all experience that knee-jerk reaction from time-to-time, but what happens when we become more aware of that inclination and shift away from reactivity? W…
 
People living on and near the Navajo Nation have been grappling with the legacy of 40-plus years of uranium mining. According to EPA cleanup reports and congressional hearings, mines were abandoned, radioactive waste was left out in the open, and groundwater was contaminated. This episode is the second half of a two-part series about uranium mining…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast we decided to spend with a topic that we tackle A LOT in our clinical practices: negative thinking. Some very smart people who came before us did us all the favor of studying and categorizing different types of negative thinking. The few we are exploring this week include: mental filtering, personalizing, ca…
 
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Kimberley about her diagnosis of CPTSD. CPTSD is an anxiety condition that has similar effects to PTSD When the underlying trauma is repeated and ongoing, some mental health professionals make a distinction between PTSD and the more intense, complex PTSD (C-PTSD). Due to Kimberley's traumatic chil…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis we boldly tackle a topic that we’ve been thinking of discussing for a while but honesty kept avoiding: To Parent or Not to Parent. We had a listener reach out and ask us to explore their feelings of needing to create something - but they weren't sure if that was a human life with their partner or something else. Fro…
 
S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Clinical Pathophysiology and Therapeutics at the University of Ch…
 
On the morning of July 16, 1979, a dam broke at a uranium mine near Church Rock, New Mexico, releasing 1,100 tons of radioactive waste and pouring 94 million gallons of contaminated water into the Rio Puerco. Toxic substances flowed downstream for nearly 100 miles, according to a report to a congressional committee that year. In the 1970s, uranium …
 
Sleep Why do we sleep, what happens when we sleep, is it really necessary to sleep 7 hours? Join us, as we discuss this and more with Dr Manoj Suryanarayanan, a sleep specialist who is currently working on understanding this lesser known process called sleep and unlocking its secrets. ----------------------------------------------------------------…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast we tackle a topic that has been on our “to talk about” list for quite a while now. It’s a topic that is often dominating social media: Narcissism. We love to talk about the narcissists, don’t we? We love to call them out and talk about how toxic they are. But we must ask - what are we really talking about? A…
 
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Steve about his diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder. After being hospitalised from a major depressive episode and potentially being diagnosed with depression, someone in the hospital realised that it was bipolar that Steve was living with, not depression. That was a life changing experience for him, as …
 
S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Clinical Pathophysiology and Therapeutics at the University of Ch…
 
In this episode we explore birthmarks alongside guest expert Dr Susan Robertson. We discuss naevus simplex, port wine stains, congenital naevi and Becker’s naevus, and how to tell these all apart! We also discuss indications for specialist intervention and various treatment options available for the different types of birthmark. See omnystudio.com/…
 
We’re back! It feels like it’s been forever since we released a new episode, but it’s really only been two weeks. During that time we launched our very own, private membership community: The Symposium and have been thrilled and overwhelmed at the response. Keep an eye on your emails for when we open this community to new members later in the year! …
 
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Elizabeth Harris about her diagnosis of CRPS. and her son's diagnosis of PANDAS. Elizabeth was diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome, experienced hair loss, limb numbness and more. Elizabeth decided to take matters into her own hands, quit her job and dedicated her life to finding the real…
 
Reagan Wytsalucy was looking for a lost orchard. Martin Reinhardt wanted to know more about and better understand the taste of Indigenous foods before European colonization in North America. They followed different paths, but their goals were similar: to reclaim their food traditions to improve the health and vitality of their communities. Native f…
 
Heart Attack We often wonder why young people who work out and look seemingly healthy die of a Sudden heart attack. As Asians, are we more prone to heart attacks? Join us as we dissect the different pathologies that cause heart attacks and understand the inner workings of the heart with Dr S. Venkatesh a leading cardiologist on this episode of beyo…
 
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Ron Frye about his diagnosis of Sarcoidosis which is a rare disease that causes inflammation to the area of the body it attacks, which happened to be his lungs. There is no known cure, and his condition is being treated like any ordinary COPD. Ron grew up on the South Side of Chicago, and was rais…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis we continue to explore the idea of identity and self-conceptualization as we did last week in our episode on career identity- but ton a much larger scale. This week, we talk about “The Labels We Choose” and really dive deep into the idea of the ways in which our labels can serve us… and when they hinder us. The firs…
 
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Christine Reed about her diagnosis of POTS (Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) Christine shares her personal journey from sedentary office worker to rugged outdoorswoman with POTS in hopes of inspiring others to see something bigger for themselves and that the things that make us different…
 
S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Clinical Pathophysiology and Therapeutics at the University of Ch…
 
Travel to the forests outside the Grand Canyon to follow Dr. Sophina Calderon and other Navajo Nation leaders as covid-19 tests the Diné people. Roughly 30% of the homes on the Navajo Nation rely on wood-burning stoves for heat. Many of those households haul wood from nearby forests. That’s what Calderon was doing when she realized the pandemic’s r…
 
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