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The Journal of Investigative Medicine (JIM) is the official publication of the American Federation for Medical Research (AFMR). Publishing high-quality original articles and reviews in the areas of basic, translational and clinical research, it covers the entire spectrum of biomedical investigation. Every month, Editor-in-Chief Richard W. McCallum will speak with fellow experts about the latest advances and developments in biomedical research. These podcasts will provide JIM's readers and AF ...
 
This is Hamptons Uncovered, the podcast that looks at mysteries that occur in, well, the Hamptons. We’ll go deeper than the glitz and glam of the East End mansion-dotted shorelines. We’ll go into the real Hamptons, uncover the stories that people just don’t talk about openly. Because there’s a lot people don’t know about. Or want you to know about. This is a true crime investigative journalism podcast. If you have a tip, please send it in.
 
A special investigative history series hosted by author Jack El-Hai, from Twin Cities PBS. The Klein brothers, Kenny, David, and Danny, ages 8, 6 and 4, left for Farview Park in Minneapolis’ Northside on Nov. 10th, 1951 and were never seen again. Police closed the case after 5 days, but the Klein family and their community never stopped looking. Long Lost will explore the incident, the family’s dogged pursuit of the truth, and the work of investigators who recently discovered important new c ...
 
The Biodynamics Now! (BDNow!) Podcast is a weekly discussion with leading thinkers about the relationship between Food and Wellness with an emphasis on how subscribers can grow the most nutritional food possible. Biodynamics Farming was first described by Austrian educator, Rudolf Steiner in 1925 based on his insight that "Nutrition as it is today does not supply the strength necessary for manifesting the spirit in physical life. A bridge can no longer be built from thinking to Will and acti ...
 
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The rules that govern what evidence is admissible and what is inadmissible can be complicated. Often times our common sense understanding of what a relevant fact is doesn’t line up with what the law allows jurors to hear. The gap between the two views can be vast. In this case, the evidence the jury used to reach their verdict was remarkably differ…
 
The task force interviewed every single person that spent time with their three juvenile suspects. Literally hundreds of inmates were interviewed and, by our count, at least forty of them provided relevant information to the task force. We aren’t going to go over every single statement from every single snitch, but we will go through enough of them…
 
In this episode of the JIM Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Richard McCallum speaks with Tamis Bright of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso about Thyroid Awareness Month.โดย BMJ talk medicine
 
A tip came in on the hotline that promised to bust this case wide open. In three days time, the task force had five suspects in custody... but each suspect had a different story to tell. In a case where everything depends on what people say, how do you decide who you're going to believe? Music for Season Two was created by The Captain (TrueCrimeGar…
 
The deadliest mass shooting in Arizona's history occurred on August 10th, 1991. Nine victims were executed in the Wat Promkunaram Buddhist Temple, located in Waddell, Arizona. Twenty-one shots were fired in total. The gunmen didn’t miss once. By the time the bodies were discovered they were cold to the touch. The shooters had long since fled the sc…
 
On August 10th, 1991, nine victims were arranged in a circle and executed in a Buddhist Temple outside of Waddell, Arizona. The Framed Team spent two years combing through every piece of evidence, every misstep, and every alibi to try and figure out what exactly happened in the Wat Promkunaram Temple and, maybe more importantly, why it happened. Fr…
 
In this episode of the JIM Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Richard McCallum speaks with Stephanie Baer of the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center and Georgia Regents University about HIV Awareness Month.โดย BMJ talk medicine
 
In this episode of the JIM Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Richard McCallum speaks with David Cistola of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso about American Diabetes Month.โดย BMJ talk medicine
 
Our “Money In Politics” posts today and yesterday detail the largest donors to the presidential campaigns of Donald Trump and Joseph Biden. Ken Kruly and Jim Heaney discuss. The post Podcast: Local donors to Trump and Biden appeared first on Investigative Post.โดย Jim Heaney
 
Investigative Post this week launches a new feature, Money In Politics, based on research and analysis by Ken Kruly, who has had a distinguished career in government finance. Money In Politics will be accompanied by a companion podcast that will feature Ken and Geoff Kelly, who covers government and politics for Investigative Post. The first podcas…
 
In this episode of the JIM Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Richard McCallum discusses National Atrial Fibrillation Month with Richard Lange of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso.โดย BMJ talk medicine
 
In this episode of the JIM Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Richard McCallum discusses National Breast Feeding Month with Dr. Samrat Das of the Duke University School of Medicineโดย BMJ talk medicine
 
In this episode of the Journal of Investigative Medicine podcast, Editor-in-Chief Richard McCallum speaks with Dr. Karina Torralba of Loma Linda University about National Scleroderma Month.โดย BMJ talk medicine
 
In this episode of the JIM Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Richard McCallum discusses irritable bowel syndrome with Associate Editor G. Nicholas Verne of the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center.โดย BMJ talk medicine
 
During this month’s Podcast, Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Investigative Medicine Dr. Richard W. McCallum is joined by Guest Dr. Sanja Kupesic to discuss Faculty Development Roles During the COVID-19 Crisis. Dr. Kupesic sheds personal light on how COVID-19 has been affecting faculty development and teaching at TTUHSC El Paso.…
 
In this episode of the JIM Podcast, Dr. Nicholas Davidson, Professor of Medicine and Chief of Gastroenterology at Washington University School of Medicine, discusses colorectal cancer screening in young patients. It is hosted by world-renowned Gastroenterologist and Editor-in-Chief Dr. Richard McCallum and facilitated by GI Motility Trainee Dr. Zor…
 
In the final episode of Long Lost, host Jack El-Hai takes stock of where things stand with the case of the missing Klein brothers, what can be done and what we owe to the family who is still searching for answers. This podcast is made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the Friends of Minnesota Experience.…
 
How can we begin to understand the loss the Klein family has experienced? It's impossible, but also an important step in how we can try to empathize with and support families in this unthinkable situation. Betty and Kenneth are no longer able to share their experience, so Jack El-Hai sat down with Patty Wetterling to discuss how her family navigate…
 
A tragedy of this scale has long reaching effects that reverberate through the years and touch family members in different ways. Memories fade, or change, and new questions emerge as the Kleins reckon with the lack of answers they have and who is ultimately responsible. This podcast is made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the Fr…
 
In a case that has been closed, with no crime scene and virtually no physical evidence, how do you even begin to imagine a list of potential suspects? Jessica Miller and Lance Salls go back to the beginning and scrutinize every interview and report to try to reconstruct the possible fates of the Klein brothers and find, incredibly, there are still …
 
While police closed the case of the missing Klein brothers after only five days, family and friends never stopped searching for Kenny, David and Danny. For decades, Kenneth and Betty Klein doggedly followed up on leads and worked to keep the story alive. Decades later, help would arrive from an unexpected source, and bring new energy and insights t…
 
On November 10th, 1951 Kenny, David and Danny left for Farview Park. When their oldest brother, Gordon, went to fetch them for dinner, they were nowhere to be found. The resulting search would raise more questions than answers and would be the beginning of a lifelong saga for the Klein family. For more on the search and photos of the family visit u…
 
Get a sneak preview of Episode 1 of Long Lost: An Investigative History Series, premiering Nov. 21st. Long Lost will explore the 1951 case of the disappearance of the Klein brothers, Kenny, David, and Danny, ages 8, 6 and 4, the family’s dogged pursuit of the truth, and the work of investigators who recently discovered important new clues and ident…
 
Je mehr Milch produziert wird, desto mehr Kälber müssen zur Welt kommen. Sie sind oft "Abfallprodukte" der Milchindustrie, sagen Experten. Viele Kälber werden unter grausamen Bedingungen ins Ausland transportiert. Wir folgen ihnen ...โดย Eva Achinger, Johannes Lenz, Jan Zimmermann
 
Wir treffen eine Amtstierärztin, die anonym auspackt: Sie spricht von Druck, Angst, Abhängigkeiten. Kontrollen versagen. So bleiben Tierschutzverstöße oft unentdeckt. Das kann auch für uns Verbraucher gefährlich werden.โดย Eva Achinger, Jan Zimmermann
 
Bei unseren Recherchen auf Bauernhöfen und in Schlachthäusern stoßen wir auf abgemagerte, verletzte, kranke Kühe. Warum sind die Tiere in einem so schlimmen Zustand? Diese Frage führt uns in die Milchindustrie.โดย Eva Achinger, Jan Zimmermann
 
Schockierende Bilder erreichen unsere Redaktion: Aufnahmen von kranken und gequälten Kühen. Die Tiere werden illegal zu Schlachthöfen transportiert und zu Fleisch verarbeitet. Wir sind einem kriminellen Netzwerk auf der Spur.โดย Eva Achinger, Jan Zimmermann
 
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