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Anatomy of Next
2019 NOV 26
In the second season of Anatomy of Next, explore every aspect of going to Mars, transforming it into a habitable world, and building a new branch of human civilization. How do we bring a cold, dead planet back to life? Can we build an atmosphere on Mars, thaw the frozen plains, and build an ocean? How do we seed a barren land with life, and make a red Mars green? Then, it’s everything from politics and education to money, music, and architecture. What does it mean to be human on an alien world?
Anatomy & Physiology II
2019 OCT 11
Dr. Allan Forsman provides his general education anatomy class lectures for students of anatomy across the nation and around the world. Dr. Forsman's podcast episodes are the most frequently downloaded episodes from the East Tennessee State University in iTunes U site.
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Why 5 Minutes of Intercourse? As a long-time human-sexuality professor—aka., an old human-sexuality professor, I have gained tidbits over the years guaranteed to capture students’ attention. One of these tidbits is the four fs. The four fs are the four basic drives behind your every feeling, action, or thought. No matter your culture, gender, orientation, age, or time in which you are living in history, we all have these drives in common. You probably guessed each of these drives begins with the letter f, but do you know what these drives are? Answer: Feeding, Fighting, Fleeing, and Sex. (Hey! I thought all the drives were supposed to begin with the letter f?) Your survival is based upon your: 1) drive to eat, 2) assertive and aggressive tendencies, 3) fears and ability to escape danger, and 4) sexual drives. Since the four fs are the bases of our existence, you might assume people are without biases, discussing, analyzing, and studying them throughout their lifetimes. However, this appears to be the case for only three of the four fs. Care to guess which f is least likely to be addressed within authentic, real, and objective conversations? Without shame, judgment, or taboos, 5 Minutes of Intercourse is an opportunity for you to think openly and objectively about sex. Using science as a lens, this channel playfully examines fundamental aspects of human sexuality, including gender, orientation, anatomy, physiology, fantasies, behaviors, paraphilias, and consent. My hope is these examinations combined with your thoughts will allow you to expand your topics of authentic conversations with others to include the fourth f, sex. Sex “Education” Whom do you use for answers to your most private questions about sex? Lovers, friends, doctors, family, clergy—or Google? Google processes over 3.5 billion search queries per day—many of which, performed under cloak of anonymity, are about sex. So, what kinds of sex questions are asked on Google—are they about extramarital affairs, pornography, fetishes…? Some are—but most are simple and basic. “How big should my penis be?” “Is it healthy for my vagina to smell like vinegar?” “How can I make my boyfriend climax more quickly?” “Why is sex painful?” “What exactly is an orgasm?” These searches clearly show we have tremendous interests in our sexuality—as we should. However, the accuracy of the answers provided by friends, family—and even Google, remains to be seen. I have built 5 Minutes of Intercourse upon a promise. I promise if you visit weekly, then you will not need (as many) clandestine excursions on Google because 5 Minutes of Intercourse provides unbiased and scientifically-based answers to many of the questions you likely have about sexuality. Sexual Literacy 5 Minutes of Intercourse is forever exploring sexually literacy. Sexual literacy is the core of our sexuality—it drives our biological goals (e.g., pregnancy and pleasure), psychological goals (e.g., love and self-esteem), and sociological goals (e.g., marriage and status) to be formed, fully explored, and successfully achieved. Despite barriers standing in the way of our natural explorations of sexual literacy, 5 Minutes of Intercourse will allow you to (1) question why general beliefs about sex are often inaccurate, (2) test your levels of sexual knowledge, and (3) introspect upon definitions of sexuality, sexual development, and sexual health. Always looking forward to our intercourse, Dr. Don
Anatomy & Physiology For Students
2019 DEC 14
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 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anatomy--physiology-for-students/support
2019 NOV 21
NEW MONTHLY SHOW! Healthy Edge Radio with Amber Thiel - Living with Power, Passion, and Purpose! Amber has dedicated her life to empowering women to love their bodies. As founder ofThe Healthy Edge, she is now bringing her message to the airwaves! Tune in for tips, inspiration, and education on how you can love your body, feel better, shift yourmindset, and create real lasting results. This is an opportunity for you to learn, grow, heal emotional blocks, and transform your lifestyle!About Amber -She is a health and fitness expert, international speaker and author who has dedicated her life to empowering women to love their bodies, nourish their souls and get real results that last. Her humor and passion combined with her background in education, anatomy, biology, nutrition and personal training is phenomenal, but it's the loss of her 45-year-old mom to breast cancer and overcoming years of depression, eating disorders and self-sabotage that is the real catalyst for her mission and role as Founder and CEO of The Healthy Edge.
2019 SEP 24
Osteocast where we talk all things Osteopathy, Functional Anatomy and Movement. Colby, Amanda, and Sara are all practicing Manual Osteopathic Practitioners that have recently graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy. They are hoping to educate and discuss the public and other manual professionals about Osteopathy, movement, and the human body. The podcast will vary from information based shows, case based shows, discussion based shows, and guest interviews.