This week the Sharp Scratch panel are joined by BMJ podcast veteran Helen Macdonald, one of the hosts of The BMJ's Talk Evidence. We talk evidence based medicine, including getting your head around the fact a yearly health screen might not be the best thing for you... You can listen to Talk Evidence here: https://www.cebm.net/bmj-talk-evidence-podcast/ To find out more about the Rapid Recommendation series Helen mentions: https://www.bmj.com/content/354/bmj.i5191
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Some county governments in Colorado have made it clear that they don't intend to adhere to the governor's ongoing edicts requiring business closures and mandating social distancing. And it's unclear that the governor is willing to burn the political capital to force county governments to do so. Original article by Ryan McMaken: https://mises.org/power-market/lockdown-fight-local-control-colorado-counties-begin-ignore-state-edicts This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Millian Quinteros.
In this episode Jonathan Pryke, Director of the Lowy Institute’s Pacific Islands Program, sits down with Dame Meg Taylor, Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, to discuss how COVID-19 is affecting health, economics, local communities, climate change, regionalism and geopolitics in the Pacific region. COVIDcast is a Lowy Institute pop-up podcast for anyone interested in understanding the effect of coronavirus on global politics. Each week for the next few weeks, Lowy Institute experts will sit down to discuss the implications of coronavirus for the world.
On Wednesday 27 May, the Lowy Institute’s Executive Director Dr Michael Fullilove hosted an in conversation event via live video stream with Carl Bildt. Carl Bildt was Sweden’s foreign minister from 2006 to 2014 and prime minister from 1991 to 1994, when he negotiated Sweden’s EU accession. A renowned international diplomat, he served as EU Special Envoy to the Former Yugoslavia, High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, UN Special Envoy to the Balkans, and Co-Chairman of the Dayton Peace Conference. He is Co-Chair of the European Council on Foreign Relations. The conversation examined topics such as such the state of the European Union after Brexit and COVID-19, Sweden’s controversial approach to controlling the pandemic, and the transatlantic alliance as America’s presidential election approaches and Angela Merkel’s term draws to a close.
Dr. Ben Sporer (T: @ben_sporer) is the current director of performance strategy, research and innovation at the Vancouver Whitecaps (MLS). He trained as an exercise physiologist and worked with the Canadian Sport Institute, supporting multisport, cycling and snowboarding athletes across three full Olympic cycles (summer and winter games). He brings a wealth of knowledge about developing elite athlete performance and wellbeing, as well as what it takes to build a performance team. Today in the discussion with associate editor Paul Blazey (T: @blazey85), we dive into: what impact Ben’s exercise physiology background had on his management of the medical arm of his performance team how the Whitecaps use data science to support medical and team decisions what Ben looks for in developing a high performance medical and support team how the team has managed the lockdown and the challenges of return to play in elite sport post covid-19 Resources Catapult Sport Data Capture Systems - https://www.catapultsports.com/
Southwest Virginia has seen a decline in coal and tobacco—two industries that once boomed in the region. Could hemp be a way to boost the local economy? Ryan Huish (University of Virginia’s College at Wise) and Michael Timko (University of Virginia) are collaborating on an Industrial Hemp project to explore hemp’s potential for repairing lands damaged by coal mining. Plus: When the Food and Drug Administration approved the production and sale of genetically modified salmon in 2015, some consumers were alarmed by the prospect of consuming “Frankenfish.” But are all genetically modified foods dangerous? Eric Hallerman (Virginia Tech) makes the case for accepting some of them. Also: When a person’s time is taken up by the needs of daily subsistence due to poverty, environmental concerns can recede as a priority. When we talked to Camellia Moses Okpodu for this interview, she was at Norfolk State University (Xavier University) investigating ways to get more disenfranchised minorities and people who are economically at risk interested in environmental activism. Later in the show: In July of 1975, news spread that workers at a factory in Hopewell, Virginia had been poisoned by an insecticide called Kepone. Greg Wilson (The University of Akron) was a Virginia Humanities Fellow and historian who traces the environmental crisis that followed with the discovery that the James River and marine life were saturated with the chemical. And: What if there was an app that worked like GoogleMaps, but for marine animals? Sara Maxwell (University of Washington - Bothwell) is using satellite tracking to help fisheries avoid catching animals like whales, turtles, and sharks while they’re hunting for other fish.
Propaganda kills, but it also works. Many of the same tactics employed to destroy opposition to the Iraq War are being used today against opponents of lockdowns. Original article: https://mises.org/wire/coronavirus-propaganda-mimics-war-propaganda This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Millian Quinteros.
This last week has seen questions raised about the integrity of some of the epidemiological data being produced by US states, and as rates continue to grow in some countries international comparisons are being questioned. To discuss the implication of that are; Sridhar Venkatapuram associate professor global health & philosophy at King's College London Kathleen Bachynski Assistant professor of public health at Muhlenberg College Martin Mckee Professor of European health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
FULL BLOG & SHOW NOTES: bit.ly/richroll522 YouTube: bit.ly/michaelgreger522 Apple Podcasts: bit.ly/rrpitunes Android: bit.ly/rrpgoogle Spotify: bit.ly/rrpspotify “I continue to be amazed by our bodies’ ability for self-repair. It’s never too late to start exercising and never too late to start eating healthier.” - Michael Greger, MD
Neither voters nor politicians watch the bureaucracy very carefully, so they respond as one might expect—advancing their own and their favorites' interests, at the expense of the public they are supposedly working for. Original article: https://mises.org/wire/why-congressional-oversight-bureaucracy-no-such-thing This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Millian Quinteros.
https://www.naturalhealth365.com presents "Aluminum Dangers - What They Don't Want You to Know" with Jonathan Landsman and Dr. Schaffner.
Americans were once harangued by government "experts" about the need to slow down on highways in order to save lives. Few listened. Today, laws demanding everyone "stay at home" may suffer a similar fate. Original article: https://mises.org/wire/what-failed-55-mph-speed-limit-law-tells-us-about-covid-lockdowns This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Millian Quinteros.
책에 관한 걸쭉하고 상큼한 이야기 "책.걸.상" JYPick의 책... 스포일러 방송이 될 뻔한 사연은?! 10년 동안의 로맨스가 담긴 조지 실버의 장편소설 『12월의 어느 날』 지금 책걸상에서 만나볼까요~?!