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Hallux's Physiology Fix-Up

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Professor Hallux is getting to grips with physiology! Physiology is the science of life. It’s all about how the body works and moves - and what the different parts do. Join Professor Hallux as takes a look at each part to see what fixes he can make to build a better body!
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Anatomy & Physiology For Students

Anatomy & Physiology For Students

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Weekly Lectures on human anatomy and physiology. Best for undergraduate students entering any medical and or health profession degree program. Sam your host of the Anatomy & Physiology for Students is a 20 year healthcare educator and hospital clinician. He will give informative and entertaining lectures on all things Anatomy & Physiology. You can also visit our site at http://www.medbrainmedia.com
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A podcast that discusses all things health. Hosted by Western Sydney based Clinical Exercise Physiologist Ashley offers advice, education and humour to women looking to improve their lifestyle and take control of their health.
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Lab Rats-Anatomy and Physiology Review

Lab Rats-Anatomy and Physiolog

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**NOT MEDICAL ADVICE** Anatomy and Physiology topics explained in 10-20 min. This podcast can be used as review, lecture prep (at the 200ish level), or recreational learning. Episodes are based on areas of peak confusion, and questions asked by lab students in the 211 lab that I assist in. Cover art is a drawing by your host, Frances Cronin. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lab-rat/support
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This podcast is all about getting sport science research out into the public domain. We cover what we do and don't know regarding all topics related to endurance running performance and, more importantly, how can we use this information to make ourselves healthier and faster runners! Your host is Dan Nash, PhD researcher at Cardiff Metropolitan University and exercise physiologist for Welsh Athletics and Welsh Triathlon. Dan is also an accomplished runner in his own right, with a marathon be ...
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I am joined by world leading Scoliosis specialist Ed Paget to discuss his methodology when it comes to treating back pain. *** Ed takes me through his origins story and how he was one of the first practitioners to pioneer Osteopathy in Canada. He explains how he built his practice and what foundations enabled him to grow. *** Ed also talks me throu…
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Coauthors Mélanie G. Gareau and Maria L. Marco delve into the findings of their latest research titled "Milk and Lacticaseibacillus paracasei BL23 effects on intestinal responses in a murine model of colitis." This study marked the first exploration into sex-dependent responses to probiotic Lacticaseibacillus paracasei and milk, as well as the pote…
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In this episode, Associate Editor Dr. Jonathan Kirk (Loyola University Chicago) interviews author Dr. Ed Lesnefsky (Richmond Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Virginia Commonwealth University) and expert Dr. Chi Fung Lee (Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation) about the new Methods and Resources article by Chen et al. published in ou…
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In this episode, Jia Liu and Bin Feng highlight the recently published research titled "Morphological, molecular, and functional characterization of mouse glutamatergic myenteric neurons." In this research, the authors reveal that VGLUT2-positive enteric neurons (EN), although constituting a small fraction of total EN, are homogeneously expressed i…
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In the third instalment of the Self Development series I discuss mental blocks and what we can do to overcome them. *** I go through questions you can ask yourself to help you overcome whatever obstacles you’ve been facing. This is an interactive podcast where you’ll need to annotate your thoughts after each question.…
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In our latest episode, Consulting Editor Dr. Kristine DeLeon-Pennell (Medical University of South Carolina) interviews fellow co-authors Dr. Charlotte Usselman (McGill University), Dr. Judy Regensteiner (University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus), Dr. Kerrie Moreau (University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus), Dr. Austin Robinson (Indiana …
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After a yearlong hiatus, Behind the Bench is back, listeners! In this episode, we welcome back our B2B co-hosts Dr. Charlotte Usselman and Dr. Tommy Martin, who get the story behind the story from the one and only Dr. DeWayne Townsend, corresponding author of the recently published study by Stevens et al. Trust me, you are going to love listening t…
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In our latest episode, Associate Editor Dr. Amanda LeBlanc (University of Louisville) interviews author Prof. Pietro Modesti (University of Florence) and expert Dr. Alexandre da Silva (University of Mississippi Medical Center) about the new study by Pellegrino et al. that investigated the pattern of intraventricular hemodynamic forces associated wi…
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In this episode of the Got Guts podcast series Madeleine R. Di Natale of the University of Melbourne discusses the recently published manuscript titled "Characterization of neuromuscular transmission and projections of muscle motor neurons in the rat stomach." This study provides a detailed mapping of nerve transmission to the circular muscle of th…
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Episode #222 - An Introduction to Osteoarthritis *** Recording this one was a real privilege. I’d like to introduce you to a lady by the name of Debra Bakowska. Debra is a Doctor of Osteopathy and had a Masters in Physiotherapy. She was my main tutor during my Osteopathy degree and I owe a lot of my concepts and treatment methods to her. *** To say…
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Ready Player One? In our latest episode, Dr. Keith Brunt (Dalhousie University) interviews lead author Dr. Joanne DiFrancisco-Donoghue (New York Institute of Technology) and expert Dr. Saurabh Thosar (Oregon Health and Science University Hospital) about a new article published in the AJP-Heart and Circ Call for Papers on Exercise, Physical Activity…
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In this episode of the Got Guts Podcast series, Solange M. Abdulnour-Nakhoul of Tulane University, discusses the recently published manuscript titled "Alterations in gene expression and microbiome composition upon calcium sensing receptor deletion in the mouse esophagus." In this research Abdulnour-Nakhoul et al. highlight why calcium sensing recep…
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In the second instalment of the Self Development Podcast Series I discuss why it’s so important to have a vision of where you want to go and who you want to be. *** This episode includes an interactive element where you can do a “self assessment” on how clear you are with your vision and how you can work on it on a daily basis…
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Listen as Editor in Chief of AJPGI and Liver Physiology, Mark Frey and the Chair of the Gastrointestinal & Liver Section, Pradeep Dudeja discuss what they are looking forward at the 2024 American Physiology Summit, April 4-7th. Registration Deadline for American Physiology Summit is March 11, 2024. Click here for more info on the American Journal o…
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In this episode Marine Mantel of Nantes Université discusses the recently published research in AJP-GI and Liver Physiology titled "Propionibacterium freudenreichii CIRM-BIA 129 mitigates colitis through S layer protein B-dependent epithelial strengthening." NEW & NOTEWORTHY Propionibacterium freudenreichii reduces dextran sodium sulfate (DSS)-indu…
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What is the relationship between cardiovascular developmental programming and the risk of stroke later in life? Listen as Guest Editor Dr. Helen E. Collins (University of Louisville) interviews author Dr. Nafisa Jadavji (Midwestern University) and expert Dr. Deanne Hryciw (Griffith University) about the latest research by Pull et al. looking at und…
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In this episode author, Melissa Nelson of Baylor University Medical Center, discusses the recently published manuscript titled "Th2 Cytokine Signaling through IL-4Rα Increases Eotaxin-3 Secretion and Tension in Human Esophageal Smooth Muscle." New and Noteworthy: Nelson et al. have found that Th2 cytokines increase eotaxin-3 secretion and tension i…
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In this podcast, authors Maria A. Ilomäki and Lauri Polari (both at Åbo Akademi University) discuss their recently published research titled “Defining a timeline of colon pathologies after keratin 8 loss: Rapid crypt elongation and diarrhea are followed by epithelial erosion and cell exfoliation.” New and Noteworthy: Understanding the order in whic…
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Given that there appears to be variation in significant risk to the cardiovascular system following SARS-CoV2 infection with regard to age and sex, the latest study by Rouhana et al. provides a foundation for studying sex differences with a preclinical model of infection to the direct exposure to SARS-CoV-2 and the impact on the myocardium of ferre…
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In this episode authors Katherine L. Prowse,, and Elyanne M. Ratcliffe of McMaster University, discuss their recently published article titled “Effects of in utero exposure to fluoxetine on the gastrointestinal tract of rat offspring.” NEW & NOTEWORTHY There is increasing recognition of the relevance of in utero and early postnatal exposures in the…
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What does a mouse heart have to do with an M&M candy (the regular kind, not the peanut variety)? In our latest episode, Associate Editor Dr. Crystal Ripplinger (University of California, Davis) interviews author Dr. Tim Domeier (University of Missouri) and expert Dr. DeWayne Townsend (University of Minnesota) about the recent study by Haffner et al…
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Diego Alvarez de la Rosa of the University of La Laguna discusses the recently published manuscript titled “Decaying kidney function during cirrhosis correlates with remodeling of distal colon aldosterone target gene expression.” NEW & NOTEWORTHY Liver cirrhosis progression significantly alters ion transporter subunit expression in the rat distal c…
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Recently we shared on Instagram some data from long time METS athlete Dimma and how we had him in the lab just to check in on his Zone 2. To do so we still measured his Oxygen consumption (VO2) and lactate, but we changed the protocol so he didn't have to go all the way to max. From your feedback and questions, we wanted to jump on and chat about t…
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People living with HIV have an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease, including coronary artery disease. Until now, it has been unclear why. In this episode, Guest Editor Dr. Ashley Walker (University of Oregon) interviews author Dr. Efthymios Ziogos (Johns Hopkins Medicine) and expert Dr. Jennifer Williams (McMaster University) about…
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In this podcast lead author Dr. Stella Liong of RMIT University, discusses the recently published manuscript titled “Influenza A virus infection during pregnancy causes immunological changes in gut-associated lymphoid tissues of offspring mice.” NEW & NOTEWORTHY Influenza A virus (IAV) infection during pregnancy is associated with changes in gut-as…
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First author, Dr. Kalidas Ramamoorthy of the University of California, Irvine discusses the recently published paper titled “miR-122-5p is involved in posttranscriptional regulation of the mitochondrial thiamin pyrophosphate transporter (SLC25A19) in pancreatic acinar cells.” NEW & NOTEWORTHY This study shows that the expression and function of mit…
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What does it sound like when a young researcher meets one of his science heroes for the first time? Listen to this episode of The AJP-Heart and Circ Podcast to find out. Associate Editor Dr. Keith Brunt (Dalhousie University) interviews author Dr. Holger Burchert (University of Basel) and leading expert Dr. William Stringer (Lundquist Institute at …
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In this podcast Steven Hutchens and Dr. Somshuvra Mukhopadhyay of the University of Texas at Austin discuss the recently published research titled "Hepatic and intestinal manganese excretion are both required to regulate brain manganese during elevated manganese exposure." NEW & NOTEWORTHY This article shows that, in contrast with expectations from…
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In this episode, Dr. Jihane N. Benhammou of UCLA discusses the recently published article titled "Lipophilic statins inhibit YAP coactivator transcriptional activity in HCC cells through Rho-mediated modulation of actin cytoskeleton." NEW & NOTEWORTHY Statins are widely used for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Recently, their use has been…
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In this podcast coauthors Francisco Pascual, and Samuel Camilli of Morsani College of Medicine, University of South Florida discuss the recently published Perspectives titled "Mind-body connection: metabolite 4-ethylphenyl linked to anxiety behavior and oligodendrocyte modification in autism spectrum disorder." Article Citation: Mind-body connectio…
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In this podcast Prof. Theo A.T.G. van Kempen of North Carolina State University and Dr. Gavin M. Boerboom of Trouw Nutrition discuss their recently published perspectives paper titled "Is the intestinal mucous layer a natural deep eutectic solvent-based digestion matrix?" Article Citation: Is the intestinal mucous layer a natural deep eutectic solv…
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In this podcast first author Dr. Jessica A. Breznik of McMaster University, discusses the recently published manuscript titled "Diet-induced obesity alters intestinal monocyte-derived and tissue-resident macrophages and increases intestinal permeability in female mice independent of tumor necrosis factor." NEW & NOTEWORTHY We found that diet-induce…
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In this micro podcast Dr. Gene G. Lamanilao The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, College of Medicine gives the listeners an overview the recently published manuscript titled "Key hepatoprotective roles of mitochondria in liver regeneration." Treatment of advanced liver disease using surgical modalities is possible due to the liver’s i…
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Come for the yoga metaphors, stay for the science. In this episode, Associate Editor Dr. Keith Brunt (Dalhousie University) interviews author Dr. Stacy Hunter (Texas State University) and expert Dr. Annet Kirabo (Vanderbilt University) about the new study by Hunter et al., which examined the impact of hot yoga on sodium-induced pressor responses an…
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What is the impact of female sex hormones on obesity, diabetes, and vascular dysfunction? In this episode, Deputy Editor Dr. Zam Kassiri (University of Alberta) interviews authors Dr. Bruna Visniauskas and Dr. Minolfa Prieto (both at Tulane University School of Medicine), along with expert Dr. Glen Pyle (IMPART Network at Dalhousie Medicine) about …
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When is it safe to have surgery after COVID? Listen as Associate Editor Dr. Jason Carter (Baylor University) interviews lead author Dr. Anai Kothari (Medical College of Wisconsin) and leading expert Dr. Michael Joyner (Mayo Clinic) about the groundbreaking new research study by SenthilKumar et al. that evaluated how pre-operative COVID infection mi…
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What does being a good ally look like? In a new Perspective, authors Dr. Karla Haack (Merck), Dr. Austin Robinson (Auburn University), Dr. Dexter Lee (Howard University College of Medicine), Dr. Keisa Mathis (University of North Texas Health Science Center), and Dr. Junie Paula Warrington (University of Mississippi Medical Center) discuss how the A…
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How can researchers capture the most accurate demographic data possible on intake surveys for human participant studies? Listen as author and moderator Dr. Karla Haack (Merck) interviews co-authors Dr. Jesse Moreira (Boston University) and Dr. Troy Roepke (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey) about their recent Perspective regarding how res…
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In this episode I explain my treatment model and how I screen people in person. This goes through the physiological differences between muscle and fascia and how both need to be considered and understood when treating and training people. *** I also explain the joint and structural changes that are created when people do unilateral sports for a lon…
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