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POPulation Health Plug-In is a podcast series that highlights emerging public health topics and issues that affect population health. Produced by the UAB School of Public Health, this show interviews experts from academia, practitioners in the field, and alumni to delve deeper into a variety of health-related topics. The broadcast also raises awareness of the work community-based organizations do to improve population health and healthcare in our community and how the UAB School of Public He ...
 
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The National Rural Health Resource Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustaining and improving health care in rural communities. As the nation’s leading technical assistance and knowledge center in rural health, The Center focuses on five core areas: -Transition to Value and Population Health -Collaboration and Partnership -Performance Improvement -Health Information Technology -Workforce
 
Explore real-world perspectives on today's topics as seen through the public health lens. This series connects community with research and education, and delves into the ways public health effects us all. Brought to you by the Department of Preventive Medicine, home for population and public health sciences at Keck School of Medicine of USC.
 
William Davis, MD, cardiologist and author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Wheat Belly books, as well as Undoctored, brings the unvarnished truth about many health conditions. So much information in health is crafted by industry, bent to the benefit of healthcare systems, delivered by willfully ignorant physicians. Yet a critical mass of truly useful, safe, effective health information has been reached--but someone has to deliver it to you. That is Dr. Davis' intention. Among the topics ...
 
Real World Public Mental Health Translating evidence into practice Welcome to the Real World Public Mental Health (RWPMH) podcast, where we look at how the evidence is being used in the real world to prevent and promote better mental health for all. This podcast will include a diverse range of speakers from academics to practitioners, all of them sharing their experience and expertise in working on mental health at the population level. Stu King (BSPHN Committee Member and founder & CEO of b ...
 
Conversations that help you unlock nature's potential. AECI Plant Health is a South African company within the AECI Group of Companies serving the agricultural sector with pride. AECI Plant Health has been an ally to farmers in Africa for many years, and with the move towards sustainable agriculture, AECI Plant Health with its NuWay® programme, and its extensive range of products and services, aims to work with farmers to preserve our natural resources, restore soil biology and address the n ...
 
The Nicolette Pace Show is a fun, engaging program about health, nutrition, entrepreneurship, and personal development. The show is hosted by Nicolette M. Pace MS, RDN, CDE, CBC,CDN, CFCS, FAND. Nicolette founded NutriSource Inc. (www.nutrisource.org) in 2002 to provide high quality education, counseling and nutrition services for a diverse community population. Prior to founding NutriSource Inc, she served as Director of Clinical Nutrition at the NYHQ/Silvercrest Center where she provided b ...
 
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Low-carb diets work. They are more effective at weight loss and reducing health conditions such as high blood sugar, high blood pressure, even fatty liver. Whether you call it ketogenic, carnivorous, Atkins' or other version of a low-carb diet, the majority of people experience substantial near-term health benefits. But there are some issues to be …
 
My guest in this episode of Defiant Health is co-founder of Paleovalley, Autumn Smith. Autumn describes the emotional and physical struggles she had earlier in her life, finding the healthcare system useless for effective solutions. She and her husband learned about the power of diet and all her health problems are now just a memory. This inspired …
 
Brenda Watson's name may already be familiar to you, having been featured on Dr. Oz, Good Morning America, and six PBS specials. She is also a prolific author of books such as The Road to Perfect Health and Fiber 35 Diet. But you may not know that she, along with her husband Stan, were the founders of Renew Life, for many years the largest probioti…
 
Of the many effects of wheat consumption on the human body, it's the brain effects that stand out, effects that include: Appetite stimulation Depression, suicidal thoughts High blood sugar and insulin resistance Seizures Once you understand how and why the various components of common wheat products can be blamed for many modern health problems, yo…
 
On this episode of Population Health Plug-In, we interview recent SOPH alum, Aaron Royer, about his summer internship with the Coosa Riverkeeper. Aaron shares information about the Riverkeeper, activities he coordinated, and tips for future students considering completing internships.โดย University of Alabama at Birmingham
 
All throughout human history and up until approximately 100 years ago, iodine deficiency, goiters (enlarged thyroid glands), hypothyroidism, and death from thyroid failure was a common public health problem. Ask your great grandmother (if you could) about goiters and she would likely have been able to share many horror stories about people who were…
 
We all know about delicious farm grown sun ripened summer produce, but did you know about the pesky weeds hold great nutrient potential? beauties? Nutrient packed, full of essential plant chemicals, its natural medicine. Vaccination is essential, but how about we give it a little weed kick? Part I Nutrient Packed Culinary Weeds Mom said to eat your…
 
People of the 21st century have lost empathy, as well as experiencing more social isolation, divorce, and suicide than prior decades--but why? Psychologists talk about lack of community, the dissolution of traditional families, over-reliance on technology, all of which are undoubtedly important contributors. But could there be a physical factor tha…
 
13 Tips for Eating Healthier Every Day Eat whole foods -If it's been grown in the ground, it's a whole food. The closer to nature your food is, the better it is for your health. Avoiding pre-packaged, convenience foods is one way to ensure you’re eating foods in the most natural state. Fresh fruits and veggies are best, but frozen food is a close s…
 
CT heart scans to generate a coronary calcium score is, by a long stretch, the best and most precise way to gauge risk for heart disease, certainly far better than virtually useless cholesterol values. Even though this technology dates back over 25 years, it is still plagued by misinformation, often used to twist people's arms into taking drugs lik…
 
Ms. Bambi Ingram and Dr. Julie Price join the podcast to talk about sustainability, what it is and what UAB and the School of Public Health are doing to help reduce waste and protect the environment. For more information on sustainability programs and initiatives at UAB please visit https://www.uab.edu/sustainability.…
 
For the majority of people with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes, the condition is completely reversible within weeks to a few months--but you cannot achieve this with prescription drugs, the conventional "cut your fat and cholesterol and eat more whole grains" diet. Instead, we 1) follow a diet that no longer raises blood sugar or insulin, then 2) …
 
It is estimated that we, as modern people, have lost about half of the microbial species occupying our gastrointestinal (GI) tracts compared to indigenous populations who hunt and gather. Exposure to antibiotics, glyphosate residues in food, other herbicides/pesticides, synthetic sweeteners like aspartame, emulsifying agents in ice cream or salad d…
 
Watch TV morning news in years past and you would see authors on health and nutrition topics interviewed regularly. TV news exposés would likewise air reports on problems in healthcare such as excessive charges, aggressive hospital marketing tactics, fraudulent practices by doctors and the like. But in the last decade, there are virtually no such i…
 
Here is the very first episode of Defiant Health Radio with host Dr. William Davis, cardiologist and author of the New York Times bestselling Wheat Belly series. You may already know that modern healthcare does not yield health. Sure, plenty of prescription drugs and procedures are dispensed. But real health? Not even close. In this episode of Defi…
 
In this podcast, Ashley Chappell, MPH and Greg Pavela, PhD discuss the educational and research experiences leading to Ashley's current position as a Disease Intervention Specialist at the Jefferson County Department of Health.โดย University of Alabama at Birmingham
 
Guests: Sally Armour is the Child Health Commissioner for NHS Highland, working with the Highland Health & Social Care partnership, children and young peoples integrated service partnerships and regional planning groups in Scotland. This involves having oversight of population and wellbeing and influencing the service design and delivery of health …
 
Featuring Alicia Bauman, Community Health Director, Lakewood Health System, Staples, MN and Mat Spaan, MPA, Manager, Care Delivery & Payment Reform, Minnesota Department of Human Services Learn how a small MN CAH formed non-traditional community partners in order to address food insecurity to improve population health. Also, learn about the Integra…
 
Salt is the quintessential flavor enhancer, but it has a long history of being bad for your health. From hardening arteries to worsening bloating, doctors typically advise patients to limit their use of the salt shaker. Now, a new study is revealing what salt actually does to human cells which can make it unhealthy to consume. About Nicolette M. Pa…
 
Featuring Jen Peterson, Supervisor of Social Work and Care Coordination, Welia Health, Mora, MN and Deb Laine, M.Ed, Senior Program Specialist, National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center) Learn the importance of community care coordination in improving population health. Hear about one CAH’s journey into community care coordination – the pro…
 
Featuring Jodi Martin, Marketing and Communications Team Leader, Ely-Bloomenson Community Hospital, Ely, MN and Mike Milligan, President, Legato Healthcare Marketing We touched on the importance of population health in our first podcast. Learn how Ely-Bloomenson Community Hospital used their community health needs assessment findings to craft messa…
 
Featuring Tracy Morton, MPH, Director of Population Health, National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center) Listeners will begin to understand the transition to value-based care and population health and why mid-level management plays a critical role. The basics of population health and social determinants of health are applicable to everyone th…
 
Featuring Rhonda Barcus, MS, LPC, Program Manager, National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center) Creating a meaningful experience for our patients includes connecting with the person to provide a sense of safety and care. This podcast is relevant to any staff member in a healthcare organization and who would like to understand more about creat…
 
Featuring Jonathan Neufeld, PhD, Program Director, Great Plains Telehealth Resource and Assistance Center Learn tips for how to best inform your patients about what to expect for their telehealth visit. All staff at the hospital should understand what the virtual patient expectation is and what they can do on their end to improve satisfaction and p…
 
Featuring Shannon Studden, Senior Program Specialist and Rhonda Barcus, Program Manager from the National Rural Health Resource Center and Carly Kubesh, BSN, RN, PHN, Clinic Manager, Olivia Hospital & Clinic, Olivia, MN Learn some of the core competencies that will help mid-level leaders thrive while implementing population health initiatives. Hear…
 
Featuring Jennifer Lundblad, Project Director, Rural Health Value and President/CEO, Stratis Health, Karla Weng MPH, CPHQ, Technical Assistance Lead, Rural Health Value and Senior Program Manager, Stratis Health, and Terry Hill, MPA, Senior Advisor for Rural Health Leadership and Policy, National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center) and Execut…
 
Khula! is a technology company founded in late 2016 by Karidas Tshintsholo and Matthew Piper, the company was founded with the primary purpose of connecting emerging farmers directly with buyers in the formal market.Through their pilot, they discovered that problems in agriculture are interlinked and you cannot solve one without the other and becau…
 
Guests: Professor Peter Fonagy is the Head of the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences at UCL and the National Clinical Adviser on children and young people’s mental health at NHS England. He is the Chief Executive of the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, London, which is particularly poignant as he himself found help as…
 
Sherry Torkos, R.Ph., holistic pharmacist, author, "The GI Made Simple" Sherry Torkos, B.Sc.Phm., R.Ph., holistic pharmacist, former fitness instructor and author of, "The GI Made Simple: The Proven Way To Lose Weight, Boost Energy & Cut Your Risk of Disease," says we need to reframe our approach to exercise and eating in order to counter our shelt…
 
Greg Macpherson, pharmacist, author, "Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging" Greg Macpherson, is a pharmacist and author of the new book, "Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging." He says COVID-19 will change a lot of things, especially how and where we age in the future. The pandemic has shown a spotlight on many problems from how fragile our imm…
 
Don’t let these frozen food myths fool you Plenty of delicious, nutritious frozen food options are right in the freezer aisle. Some are essential staples for nutritionists, too. If you want to limit food waste and opt for more frozen foods too, you need to know the truth about these myths. About Nicolette M. Pace MS, RDN, CDE, CBC,CDN, CFCS ,FAND N…
 
March is National Nutrition Month! Learn more about the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans, to MyPlate, to food insecurity and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and health behavior theory from UAB’s Dr. Greg Pavela and Ms. Tara Harman.Links:Dietary Guidelines for Americans: https://www.dietaryguidelines.gov/My Plate: https://www.myplate.gov/F…
 
How do you find the best protein foods? How can you tell if a protein food is lean or gives you great nutrition? Learn these terms and use this guide to help you make better choices. Eggs The very highest quality protein and most similar to our body’s tissue are eggs. A regular size whole egg contains 70 calories, 5 grams of fat and 280 mg of chole…
 
How to Prevent People from Limiting Your Desires with Christy Whitman The Desire Factor (Simon & Schuster) by Christy Whitman, debuts April 21st, 2021! Christy is a Transformational Leader, two-time New York Times bestselling author and mother of two boys. Christy offers the tools for you to find happiness, abundance, and success. The Desire Factor…
 
Guests: Professor Kate Pickett Professor of Epidemiology at Department of Health Sciences York, and the University's Research Champion for Justice and Equality. She is co-author of The Spirit Level and The Inner Level and Co-Founder and Trustee of The Equality Trust. Kate is Co-Principal Investigator for the Born in Bradford study. Rose Ssali Progr…
 
Dare To Care – How to Survive and Thrive in Today’s Medical World Dr. Bonhoeffer is a global expert on infectious diseases and vaccine safety and a thought leader on efforts to transform how medical professionals care for their patients — and themselves. His new book is “Dare to Care — How to Survive and Thrive in Today’s Medical World.” Inoculatin…
 
Trevor Campbell, M.D., is a family physician who specializes in helping people achieve the fullest lives possible by minimizing their chronic aches and pains. Five Surprising Daily Activities That May Be Making You Sick Most of us want to do all we can to live healthy lives. But the sad fact is that many people are routinely employing some daily be…
 
Career Conversations is an opportunity for you to hear from a UAB School of Public Health alum. During this episode, Meena Nabavi, MPH, interviews SOPH Alum Stacie June Shelton, Global Head of Education and Advocacy, Dove Self-Esteem Project, Unilever, Dove Global Masterbrand, London, United Kingdom. Ms. Shelton received an MPH from the SOPH in 200…
 
Career Conversations is an opportunity to hear from a UAB School of Public Health alum. In this Career Conversation, Elena Kidd, MPH, will interview SOPH Alum Jeff Stover, Executive Advisor to the Health Commissioner at the Virginia Department of Health. Mr. Stover received an MPH from the SOPH in 1997 in Epidemiology.…
 
Some Signs you may have it: Restlessness, excitement, higher libido and for some... depression. Partly due to exponential change in daylight leading to hormonal shifts, temperature change, In Northern Hemisphere the start of Spring has already begun! 1. Solar Spring (February 7th) this is taken from Chinese custom to observe the Sun's annual motion…
 
8 Foods That Fight Wrinkles You’ve heard it a million times before: You are what you eat. And in regards to your skin, that old adage is especially true. “Good skin relies on an adequate supply of essential nutrients,” says certified nutritionist and dietician Nicolette Pace. “Some studies indicate that it is indeed possible to delay aging and get …
 
The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine can prevent cervical cancer cases plus a range of other cancers, including many for which there is no routine screening. In this episode of Population Health Plug-In, Dr. Andrzej Kulczycki dives deep into who should get the HPV vaccine, vaccine safety and efficacy, as well as what is needed to improve HPV vacc…
 
The human papillomavirus, or HPV, is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. It’s so common that approximately 80% of people will be infected with HPV at some point. In most cases, HPV goes away on its own and does not cause any health problems. But when HPV does not go away, it can cause health problems like genital wa…
 
What Are Five Foods That Can Enhance Your Libido? Having a healthy sex drive is linked to feeling physically and emotionally healthy, so it’s no surprise that the foods you eat play a role in boosting your libido. the following foods to increase your drive: Surefire XXX Scampi Basil and garlic for blood flow Shrimp for Omega-3 and trace minerals zi…
 
Meet Etienne Kabwasa Green, USC student and organizer of the USC Student March protesting the killing of Black people by police. Green speaks about his small-town upbringing in Watsonville, CA, his experience coming to USC, microaggressions, mental health and anxiety among Black people, his involvement in the USC Student March, how allies can help,…
 
Tips for healthy eating Choose good carbs, not no carbs. Whole grains are your best bet. Pay attention to the protein package. Fish, poultry, nuts, and beans are the best choices. Choose foods with healthy fats, limit foods high in saturated fat, and avoid foods with trans fat. Plant oils, nuts, and fish are the healthiest sources. Choose a fiber-f…
 
Host Stu King, CEO of BeeZee Bodies, and guests discuss Public Mental Health in the workplace and supporting employers. Professor Dame Carol Black was Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge until 2019. She has advised the British Government on the relationship between work and health. Professor Neil Greenberg is Professor of Defence Mental Health …
 
Five Ways How To Detoxify Your Breakfast Kids Cereal These sugary treats have classically been under fire by health advocates. Today’s versions have added fiber (and vitamins) to make them more health friendly. Unfortunately though many still deliver over 10 grams of sugar per serving and do not contain other nutrients (healthy fat and protein) you…
 
How To Begin Your Holiday Season Detox There's no better time to change the way you eat and practice a lifestyle that can give you the edge over aging and promote beauty from the inside and out. Do a detox to jumpstart your way to health and healing. We accumulate toxic overloads in our day to day exposure to pollutants, chemicals, pesticides, sun …
 
This month Stu is joined by: Dr Jen Dykxhoorn, Senior Research Fellow in Public Mental Health at UCL Ed Davie , Councillor at London Borough of Lambeth Caron Walker, Assistant Director for Adult Public Health Improvement at Calderdale Council Some technical problems meant that only part of Caron and Stu’s conversation could be recorded, but check o…
 
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