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People, Parasites and Plagues
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People, Parasites and Plagues

David Peterson and Kim Klonowski

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People, Parasites and Plagues is a podcast aimed at delivering information about the fascinating pathogens among us from the impressive professionals who study them. Join our hosts Dr. David Peterson and Dr. Kim Klonowski, two infectious disease researchers from the University of Georgia, as we explore the past, present, and future of science. Tune in every other week for a new and enlightening episode as we unpack the details surrounding some of Earth’s most perplexing diseases.
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The Enoch Plague
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The Enoch Plague

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A plague has wiped out more than 99% of earth's population. Less than 200,000 humans survive. Among them, only eighteen-year-old Kizzy Cartwright is capable of having children. But becoming a mother is not in her plans. When a violent mutation strikes the male population, the fate of the human race falls on Kizzy's shoulders. Rebooting UNCLE, an artificial intelligence hidden in the depths of a corporate facility, becomes the only hope for saving her and mankind's future.
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Uncover the secrets of pandemics past, present, and future with "The Plague Playbook," your go-to podcast blending thrilling tales of historical outbreaks with cutting-edge scientific exploration! Join host Morgan Hunte, a former vaccine scientist turned passionate pathobiology graduate student, as she takes you on a journey through time, revisiting the microbes that have turned our world upside down. In each episode, we’ll demystify the science, unpacking everything from the biology of path ...
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In "Plague" journalist Michael O'Loughlin investigates stories of the AIDS epidemic and the Catholic Church. Mike is America’s national correspondent and he’s covered Catholicism for more than a decade. Mike is also gay and Catholic—and he’s curious how others manage this sometimes complex identity. No time in modern history has been more volatile for gay Catholics than the height of the AIDS epidemic. So he spent the last few years interviewing people who were right in the middle of it. Peo ...
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Known mainly for his tales of adventure, this work of science fiction by Jack London is set in a post-apocalyptic future. It’s 2072, sixty years after the scarlet plague has depopulated the planet. James Howard Smith is one of the few survivors of the pre-plague era left alive in the San Francisco area, and as he realizes his time grows short, he tries to impart the value of knowledge and wisdom to his grandsons. Through his narrative, we learn how the plague spread throughout the world and ...
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The sequel to Plague Ship, Voodoo Planet finds the Solar Queen banned from trade and starting her supposed quiet two-year stint as an interstellar mail carrier. But instead her crew accepts a visit to the safari planet of Khatka, where they find themselves caught in a battle between the forces of reason and the powers of Khatka’s mind-controlling wizard.
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An Eyesore and a Plague
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An Eyesore and a Plague

Paulina Salmas and Jonathan Borducci

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At the turn of the 20th century, New York City's millionaires started moving to the suburbs in Long Island and Westchester County. They had enormous homes and just about everything money could buy. There was just one problem: they weren't alone. Around the same time, ordinary, middle-class New Yorkers started exploring the suburbs themselves. The millionaires were horrified to see commuters and tourists enjoying their suburban paradise. But the beaches and the roads were public: how could th ...
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Doctor Janeway's Plague
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Doctor Janeway's Plague

John Farrell

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In this podiobook: A science-fiction thriller about an astronomer who discovers a source of cosmic rays which may be the origin of an ancient plague reviving once again.A young woman reaches Cambridge in search of a distant relative whom she believes has lived longer than any other human being.An astronomer discovers a strange, point-like source of cosmic rays coming from the constellation of the Unicorn.A retiring professor discovers documents from Puritan times about a series of strange de ...
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The History of the Plague in London is a historical novel offering an account of the dismal events caused by the Great Plague, which mercilessly struck the city of London in 1665. First published in 1722, the novel illustrates the social disorder triggered by the outbreak, while focusing on human suffering and the mere devastation occupying London at the time. Defoe opens his book with the introduction of his fictional character H.F., a middle-class man who decides to wait out the destructio ...
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The Plague
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The Plague

L. M. Bogad

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Welcome to The Plague, the podcast where we look, not just at the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but at our nation’s home-made plagues, plagues created by human socioeconomic systems, that make the coronavirus more virulent and dangerous. The coronavirus infects the human body, but what illnesses in our body politic make us more vulnerable to it? Economic inequality? Environmental devastation? Labor precarity? Alienation? We pick a different societal plague each week and talk with an expert a ...
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It's time to talk kissing bugs again! Today we're interviewing Dr. Kevin Vogel of the UGA Department of Entomology to discuss at the bacteria that call these insects home.โดย David Peterson and Kim Klonowski
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We’re back from our break for a great discussion with Dr. Samarchith Kurup of the Center for Tropical and Emerging Global Diseases! Join us for a chat about liver-stage malaria and the development of drugs and vaccines.โดย David Peterson and Kim Klonowski
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This week, we're talking tapeworms and stem cells with Dr. Tania Rozario from the Center for Tropical and Emerging Global Diseases. Tune in to hear about her research with rats, how tapeworms utilize stem cells in unbelievable ways, and why you should NOT try the tapeworm diet.โดย David Peterson and Kim Klonowski
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Are xbox users ok? why are yall trying to reignite the console wars? Another Year, another game of the year award with 0 xbox nominees. As long as You make enough, you can make up your own rules on twitch.
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We're chatting with Dr. Dan Peach, Assistant Professor of Infectious Diseases, for an episode that you can really bite into! Join us to hear about his wild educational journey, the ecology of mosquitos, impacts of global warming on disease transmission, and much more!โดย David Peterson and Kim Klonowski
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In this episode, we examine the Spanish Influenza of 1918, a devastating global pandemic. We explore its origins, pathogenesis, impact on war-torn societies, and the response of medical communities of the time. The episode also highlights the lasting influence of the Spanish Flu on modern public health and pandemic preparedness. Support the show…
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For this episode, we’re talking to the knowledgeable Dr. Nicole Gottdenker of the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine. Together we dive into monitoring the kissing bug, the insect vector of T. cruzi, and discuss why studying disease transmission is important for disease control.โดย David Peterson and Kim Klonowski
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Today we're joined by Dr. Christine Szymanski from the UGA Complex Carbohydrate Research Center to discuss her work with Campylobacter jejuni, more commonly known as "traveler's diarrhea".โดย David Peterson and Kim Klonowski
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Today we're joined by the knowledgable Dr. Glen Nowak, the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies at the UGA Grady College of Journalism, to talk communications. Dr. Nowak walks us through some of his time spent working with the CDC and explains just how important health informations programs can be.…
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In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Xiaorong Lin, a distinguished professor of medical mycology at the University of Georgia's Department of Microbiology. Dr. Lin explains some of the issues with the way that we fight fungal infections, common misconceptions, and even the HBO hit show "The Last of Us."…
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Lgbtq has suffered enough, but not according to the supreme court...Bro is a Philadelphia Eagles football account. RELAX!!!How the FGC really was/is/should be :)
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