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People are done dancing around the topic of trauma. They're ready to face this square-on. None of the current systems are getting to the root of the issue in the current model. Their biology has been affected on a cellular level, and that is now what's preventing the important work that they're trying to do. The Biology of Trauma® podcast is the missing piece to that puzzle. It's a practical living manual for the human body in a modern, traumatizing world. Join your host medical physician an ...
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Biology-related podcasts as part of the KYTOS Enrichment Programme. Visit: www.kytosbiology.org.uk for full details Visit: www.youtube.com/mriexplains for Science video tutorials 'KYTOS Biology' podcasts and the 'mr i explains' YouTube channel are proudly sponsored by Curriculum Press - producers of global education resources for over 25 years. Visit https://curriculum-press.co.uk/ for details.
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Boost Your Biology is presented by Lucas Aoun, founder of Ergogenic Health. Join him as he goes underground to bring you cutting edge health and human performance hacks that you'll struggle to find on Google. Lucas explores the unexplored to bring you useful health and performance information to upgrade your existence. A range of topics will be discussed on this podcast, including Nootropics, Nutrition, Biohacking, Supplements, Herbal Research, Microbiome, Brain Health, Hormonal Health & Spo ...
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Big Biology

Art Woods, Cam Ghalambor, and Marty Martin

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The biggest biology podcast for the biggest science and biology fans. Featuring in-depth discussions with scientists tackling the biggest questions in evolution, genetics, ecology, climate, neuroscience, diseases, the origins of life, psychology and more. If it's biological, groundbreaking, philosophical or mysterious you'll find it here. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bigbiology/support
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Is your light environment more important than the food you eat? Can sunlight treat depression? Does a barefoot walk outside boost your immune system? The Quantum Biology Collective is a group of pioneering health professionals who study, apply and explain the emerging field of applied quantum biology: a new paradigm of understanding how human health REALLY works that is light years beyond the current traditional medical model. From the vast research showing that circadian rhythms regulate ev ...
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In this Podcast, we will discuss all the things related to biology. We will talk about things related to biology in detail and in length. So, make sure you stay tuned and learn all about biology right here. You can tell us what you think about the podcast by voice messages. Thanks!
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My AP Biology Thoughts

Hopewell Valley Student Publications Network

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The AP Biology Thoughts podcast is created by students for AP Biology students. At the end of each unit, students select topics to define, provide examples, and to make deeper connections to other units and the course.
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Barstool Biology

Barstool Biology

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A brand spanking new science podcast by Dr. Gary Sommerville Ph.D. Gary is a Molecular Biologist at Harvard Medical School and breaks down popular and interesting science topics over a cold beer! Subscribe to Barstool Biology wherever you listen to podcasts; Apple, Spotify, Google or your favorite app!
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Do you love biology and want to hear someone fangirling over the new things in this field? Tune in To This podcast. The biggest procrastinating biology enthusiast hosts this show who wants you to fall in love with biology the same way she is in love with it.
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Exploring the some of the most interesting fields of research and discovery in Biology through conversation with experts from around the world. For questions or comments please contact us at biology.today2020@gmail.com Host - Nishtaa Modi Cover art - Priyanka Vinayak Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biologytoday/support
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Benjamin Margate is a British biology author, tutor and education consultant, leveraging a BSc in Biological Sciences from University of Birmingham and over 10 years of expertise creating and curating detailed biology content. Hosting this podcast Benjamin shares his knowledge and experience with students and avid biology learners. Ran by https://www.onlinebiologytutors.co.uk
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Business Biology explores business from the viewpoint of Brady and Kiley who are early in their entrepreneurial careers but have gained valuable insights through their experience. They try to frame the conversation around practicality and real world examples that are applicable to those that have taken the entrepreneurial plunge and others who are dreaming about it.
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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE Biology exams. In this series, students break down complicated revision subjects to its core components helping you rock your exams. Find your FREE online GCSE bio course here: http://bit.ly/387qVBv
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Let other students help you revise for your A Level Biology exams. In this series, students break down complicated revision subjects to its core components helping you rock your exams. Find your FREE online course here: http://bit.ly/2TaDFD8
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Coastal Alabama Community College Biology Podcasts

Coastal Alabama Community College Biology Podcasts

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Students today strive to be connected... what better way than to post abridged lecture summaries on line? To stay abreast of content in biology courses I teach, I have decided to upload the finest Coastal Alabama Community College Biology Podcasts one can find for free! Read the title to ensure the podcast is for the course in which you are enrolled. Best, Schuyler Huff
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Welcome to For Whom the Cell Tolls! This cast explores the fascinating stories of Biology that I've encountered in my journey as a Biology Professor and lymphoma scientist at Minnesota State University Mankato. Major themes to be explored include cancer, tumorigenesis, new therapy mechanisms, immunology, life/death, disease ecology, microbiology, and evolution, among others. I try to integrate philosophy, culture, and the arts alongside emerging Biology findings to share the stories of life ...
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Each week I'll be discussing a different current biological research topic, explaining how it applies to the real world. There's so much research going on, but so little of it makes it to the general public -- I'm here to change this. Blog: wordsaboutbiology.wordpress.com
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On Task: How Our Brain Gets Things Done (Princeton UP, 2020) is a look at the extraordinary ways the brain turns thoughts into actions—and how this shapes our everyday lives. Why is it hard to text and drive at the same time? How do you resist eating that extra piece of cake? Why does staring at a tax form feel mentally exhausting? Why can your chi…
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One question: If you have had trauma, early life trauma, what should you know about decreasing your risk for autoimmunity? I have a distinguished guest for this episode, a leading expert in functional medicine, Dr. Tom O'Bryan, who holds teaching positions with the Institute of Functional Medicine and the National University of Health Sciences. Oft…
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“We’re sort of becoming the AA of the digital world,” says today’s guest Andrew Laubacher, executive director of the new nonprofit Humanality. The organization helps college students redefine their relationship with technology, encouraging intentional use and control rather than being controlled by it. Students participate in various levels of “det…
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Dustin and Lucas discuss the benefits of ergothioneine, including its role in mitochondrial function, antioxidant activity, and potential effects on energy, immune health, and lipid management. Relevant links: Learn More About Ergothioneine Here: https://www.xymogen.com/product/MitoPrime-30c Ergothioneine science: https://www.nnbnutrition.com/ Chec…
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In this episode of Future Squared we’re diving into the fascinating and complex world of modern weight loss with Lucas Aoun, an expert in health and performance. In 1980, 15% of Americans were obese; today, it's 42%, with over 70% either overweight or obese. England has seen similar trends. We’ll explore why this epidemic has escalated, focusing on…
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How do our early experiences shape our ability to love, be loved and feel loved? In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Frank Anderson, a Harvard trained psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and author of To Be Loved, a memoir of his upbringing and life, Transcending Trauma, and coauthor of the Internal Family Systems training manual. Together we will discu…
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“Why take the chance with light?” says Andy Mant, founder of Bon Charge, a holistic wellness company that manufactures blue-blocking glasses and other products designed to prevent circadian disruption and promote health. He joins the Quantum Biology Collective podcast to discuss the importance of minimizing blue light exposure, especially at night.…
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In this episode, Lucas Aoun interviews Justine Stenger about gut health and the role of butyrate, a short-chain fatty acid. Justine shares her personal health journey and how she became fascinated with optimizing human health. They discuss the benefits of butyrate for gut health, including its role in supporting tight junction integrity, reducing i…
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In Model Cases: On Canonical Research Objects and Sites (University of Chicago Press, 2021), Dr. Monika Krause asks about the concrete material research objects behind shared conversations about classes of objects, periods, and regions in the social sciences and humanities. It is well known that biologists focus on particular organisms, such as mic…
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Cool Beans are far more than your run-of-the-mill underwear, they are designed to keep the testes cool and ensure the scrotum remains on the lap, not between the thighs when seated, which is imperative for sperm health and comfortability. They are a breakthrough in men’s fertility health. Cool Beans Underwear can reduce the need for expensive treat…
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“Unresolved emotions are such an overlooked piece. It’s huge,” says Dr. Calvin Ng, a chiropractor specializing in applied kinesiology and “neuro-emotional technique,” about the impact of the nervous system on our health. In modern Western society, we often live in a state of constant sympathetic dominance—fight or flight. This unhealed trauma, stor…
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In this episode, Lucas Aoun interviews Tanya from optimumtesting.com.au about optimizing human health and functional testing. They discuss the confusion around nutrition and the demonization of certain foods, as well as the importance of micro minerals and micronutrients for overall health. Tanya shares her personal health journey and how she disco…
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Life on Earth is facing a mass extinction event of our own making. Human activity is changing the biology and the meaning of extinction. What Is Extinction?: A Natural and Cultural History of Last Animals (Fordham UP, 2023) examines several key moments that have come to define the terms of extinction over the past two centuries, exploring instances…
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Is your health impacting the way you show up for work? In this episode, I am joined by Sally Riggs, an entrepreneur, psychologist, and COVID long-haul coach. Together, we’ll discuss the interconnectedness of work and health and the strategies and principles you can use to keep going when your body is struggling with long-term health issues. You’ll …
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“We’re contributing to epidemics of psychiatric illness and cancer in the name of energy conservation and climate change without realizing the harm being done,” says Dr. Martin Moore-Ede, who returns to the Quantum Biology Collective Podcast just ahead of the release of his book “The Light Doctor.” Host Meredith Oke predicts the book will have the …
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How do we navigate the hidden challenges that can arise when experiencing grief? Today, I am joined by Melissa Dlugolecki, a mother who lost her daughter at around 4 months of age. In the episode, Melissa shares the journey of losing her daughter, the surprising challenges that popped up during her grief journey, and how she’s been able to get emot…
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“Plants heal themselves; they are their own doctors,” explains Amber Hargroder, a quantum herbalist and listener favorite. She returns to the Quantum Biology Collective podcast to discuss how plants offer the same healing to us by behaving in the body as they do in response to environmental stress. In our modern world, including contemporary scienc…
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Adam is an ex-natural bodybuilder, a health and fitness coach for men to improve their health and performance and a registered performance nutritionist. He has completed an MSc in Performance nutrition and is currently doing a doctorate in Human performance and Innovation. Adam's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adammc192/?hl=en Check Out My We…
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The Jack the Ripper case remains one of the most studied and debated criminal mysteries in history. Biological evidence, from blood patterns and autopsy reports to modern DNA analysis, has played a crucial role in shaping the investigation and the various theories about the killer’s identity. Despite the significant advances in forensic science, th…
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With its unique history filled with both triumphs and dark chapters, public health researchers and professionals have an ethical responsibility to examine the past as they aspire to shape the future of public health by conducting effective and ethical health-related research and work today.In this episode, Shivani interviews the esteemed ethicist a…
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The O.J. Simpson case remains a landmark in the history of forensic science and criminal justice. The biological evidence, particularly the DNA analysis, was a cornerstone of the prosecution's case. However, the handling of this evidence, the cross-examination of experts, and the broader social context all played crucial roles in the trial's outcom…
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Migraines are a debilitating neurological condition characterised by severe, recurring headaches, often accompanied by symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound. Despite the availability of various pharmacological treatments, the search for effective, well-tolerated, and safe preventive measures remains a priority. Among…
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This episode explores anthropomorphism, the attribution of human characteristics to non-human entities, such as animals. Written and researched by my sixth form student Phoebe L, the discussion delves into how anthropomorphism can enhance animal welfare by fostering empathy and compassion. However, it also uncovers the hidden, potentially catastrop…
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In this episode, Lucas Aoun interviews Dr. Jeff Strong about the health benefits of Pycnogenol, a natural plant extract derived from the bark of a unique species of pine tree. Jeff shares his personal journey into health optimization and naturopathic medicine, as well as the history and development of Pycnogenol. They discuss its various applicatio…
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At Every Depth: Our Growing Knowledge of the Changing Oceans (Columbia UP, 2024) takes readers on a journey from California tidepools to Antarctic poles, showcasing myriad efforts to research and protect marine environments. Through insightful interviews, oceanographer Tessa Hill and science journalist Eric Simons offer a compelling exploration of …
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Are your attachment pains and patterns impacting not only your relationships, but also your nervous system and overall health? In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Diane Poole-Heller, an internationally recognized speaker, author, and expert in the field of attachment theory and trauma resolution. Together, we will discuss attachment and how it infl…
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“Our eyes are hormone-making organs,” says optometrist and integrative health coach Dr. Valerie Giangrande, and for most of us, this is nothing short of a revelation. Starting with the first strains of sunrise, the eyes take in light, send signals to our internal clock to release hormones in their intended order, so that those hormones work toward …
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In Tabula Raza: Mapping Race and Human Diversity in American Genome Science (University of California Press, 2024), Duana Fullwiley has penned an intimate chronicle of laboratory life in the genomic age. She presents many of the influential scientists at the forefront of genetics who have redefined how we practice medicine and law and understand an…
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Grief is something that everyone feels, but how they process it depends on their past history. So how do we know which way we experience grief? There are challenges each of us must face and overcome based on our past experiences. These experiences will help decide what our grief looks like and if we will get stuck in grief. Today, Deb Dana, a polyv…
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The Harry Potter series, while rooted in fantasy, offers a rich tapestry of biological concepts that enhance its magical narrative. By exploring the evolutionary adaptations of magical creatures, the botanical wonders of magical plants, and the biological foundations of spells and potions, we gain a deeper appreciation for the intricate world J.K. …
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Circadian rhythms are one of three biological rhythms that tell the body when to eat, sleep, wake up - the biological and psychological processes that oscillate in predictable patterns each day. This internal clock is influenced by external cues, like sunlight and temperature, which help determine whether one feels energised or exhausted at differe…
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“Melatonin is the body’s most effective antioxidant,” declares Scott Zimmerman, who published a groundbreaking paper on subcellular melatonin, which has completely altered our understanding of how the hormone is produced in the body. As it turns out, melatonin is not solely produced by the pineal gland but in all of our mitochondria. It works to so…
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In this podcast episode Lucas uncovers the health benefits of burdock root, a supplement that may help with premature ejaculation. Relevant links: Check Out My Website For Coaching, Recommended Products and Much More: https://www.boostyourbiology.com/ The information provided in this podcast episode is for entertainment purposes and is NOT MEDICAL …
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In the realm of human appearance, few features carry as much symbolic weight as the beard. It's more than just a cluster of facial hair; it's a statement, a symbol of masculinity, wisdom, and even status in many cultures throughout history. But what lies beneath this seemingly simple facial adornment? Beyond its aesthetic appeal, the biology of bea…
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Feeling lonely in a world more connected than ever? You’re not alone. On this episode of YJBM, join our host, Shankeri Vijayakumar, as she chats with our guest Blake Waranch about how loneliness is affecting our lives today. Whether you’re feeling a bit isolated or just want to understand more about why loneliness is such a big deal right now, this…
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Medical ethics is essential for maintaining the integrity of healthcare practice, promoting patient well-being, and upholding the trust and confidence of both patients and the broader community in the medical profession. In this podcast, I'll explore the key ethical principles in relation to several controversial topics; genetic testing, genetic sc…
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There is no doubt that some individuals are much more risk averse than others, but how do we explain individual differences in risk-taking behaviour? Perhaps the answers lie in our biological differences; these can include differences in brain structure or function, as well as those caused by the process of evolution. Understanding the biological b…
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“Melatonin is the most powerful antioxidant that we know of in the human body—the king of antioxidants,” says today’s guest Dr. Roger Seheult, whose Youtube channel MedCram, helps make complicated medical topics easier to understand. On this episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, he breaks down the process by which melatonin mitigates o…
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In this solocast episode Lucas uncovered the six main reasons which may be preventing you from achieving high testosterone, which can help with discipline, libido, muscle growth and energy. Relevant links: Check Out My Website For Coaching, Recommended Products and Much More: https://www.boostyourbiology.com/ The information provided in this podcas…
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Are the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) connected to trauma? In this episode, I dive into what I’ve been learning about a hypersensitive and hyperreactive gut looking through the lens of IBS. I answer where IBS comes from, its origins, and the REAL solutions to fixing it. Forget what you think you know about Irritable Bowel Syndrome, bec…
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In this podcast Lucas analyzes the research behind the popular NoFap Movement, and whether there is a benefit for men. Relevant links: Check Out My Website For Coaching, Recommended Products and Much More: https://www.boostyourbiology.com/ The information provided in this podcast episode is for entertainment purposes and is NOT MEDICAL ADVICE. The …
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How is trauma work different when there is a syndrome involved? Today, I’m delighted to bring you another episode featuring Dr. Peter Levine. Dr. Levine is the Developer of Somatic Experiencing® and the Founder of both the Ergos Institute of Somatic Education and Somatic Experiencing International. Together, we will discuss how stored trauma can le…
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In the supplement industry, Shawn has held the titles of Director of Research and Development for Dymatize Nutrition® and Chief Scientific Officer for BioTrust Nutrition®. In addition to these appointments, Shawn is a co-founder of the popular patented ingredients TeaCrine® and Dynamine®, which are featured or used in over 300 products worldwide. H…
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“We blame ourselves when these tools are actually mismatched for us,” says Anjan Katta, founder of the Daylight Computer company, which has made the first computer that is reverse-engineered to be good for us—or at least not harmful to our biology the way current models are. On today’s episode of The Quantum Biology Collective podcast, he explains …
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Welcome to the last episode of YJBM Science News for the school year of 2023-2024! We are so thankful to all our listeners who were here for our journey. We will continue releasing our other podcast project over the summer, and in the meantime – stay tuned for next year’s Yale Science News, starting in August of 2024! Links: https://www.nature.com/…
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