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By University of Washington
This UW Medicine series from the University of Washington addresses a variety of challenges surrounding the care of the aging and degenerative spine. Since an unprecedented general life expectancy has been achieved in this country, the spine has become a focus due to its propensity towards degeneration and reflecting diseases of other organ systems.
By Nature Connection
The Nature Connection is show hosted by Nancy & Lisa, editors of Big Blend Magazine. This show has moved to a new spot on BTR - under Big Blend Radio - see:
By Maynard Amerine
These 1973 lectures by UC Davis Professor Maynard Amerine, one of the most significant wine scientists in the past century, introduce sensory evaluation to students in the viticulture and enology program. Amerine is widely considered the father of modern wine sensory evaluation. Under his mentorship, two generations of UC Davis students learned how to evaluate wine according to appearance, flavor and aroma. Many became winemakers and some achieved prominence and acclaim in the California win...
By Joe Carabase. Fitness Coach, Fat Loss Expert, Entrepreneur, Author & Speaker
Fat loss, weight loss, building lean muscle - getting in shape and staying in the best shape of your life is HARD! And no body else recognizes that more than Fat Loss Expert Joe Carabase, who has transformed thousands of everyday people through his fitness company, the m.e.l.t. Workout and even confesses personally that he often struggles sometimes to find the desire and/or time to train. But over the years of trial/error and working directly with people of all fitness levels, Joe has discove...
By April O'Connor & Alex Mandelberg
The CannaLinguists (on the CrabDiving radio/podcast network) spark one up as comedian/marijuana expert April O'Connor and comedian Alex Mandelberg share marijuana news, drug policy politics, cannabis herb strain/product recommendations and more.
By Oxford University
As part of the Curiosity Carnival (Fri 29 Sept 2017) we challenged five researchers to work with songwriter, Jonny Berliner, to create songs about their research and these are the results. Hear research as you've never heard it before as we look at literature from the 18th century to Mars landers. You can listen to the music and explore the topics or check back soon for interviews with the researchers.
By Journal of Zoology
Listen to the Journal of Zoology podcast, creating discussions around some of the best research published in the Journal in 2010, featuring interviews with authors of those papers. Each episode also includes links to the full-text articles which are all free to read online.
Visitor activities including boating, camping, bicycling, fishing, eating, and lodging are discussed in this collection.
By Matt Frassica
The sea is the origin of life and of stories. The white whale. The lost mariner. The sunken city. Through marine biology, cultural history, personal stories, fish tales, or an amalgam of all these, The Briny explores the way the watery part of the Earth affects those of us who live on the dry parts. Each episode is a sound-rich deep dive into the stories that anchor us to the ocean. Produced by Matt Frassica.
By SIT TV Production Unit
A hands-on practical series about basic animal care that will equip you for any challenge that having a pet may throw at you.
By Chad Anderson | CEO Space Angels
Space Angels provides unparalleled access to the best early-stage space ventures on (or off) the planet. Join Chad Anderson, CEO of Space Angels, as he interviews industry leaders in commercial aerospace about their projects, ambitions and dreams.
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By ErrorFM
The International Experience Alan K.Lohr (BuddhaMan) has been in the Broadcasting Industry for over 35 Years. BuddhaMan has interviewed such luminaries as Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Robert Fripp (King Crimson), Bill Bruford (Genesis, King Crimson, YES), Journey, Blue Oyster Cult and many others. BuddhaMan has also Produced shows for KPFK, KCRW, KGIL, KIEV, KFOX. Produced and hosted THE THIRD EYE. A metaphysical Program that explored the Space, time and the Mind. Alan has done Voiceovers for...
Advice on finding a new career or advancing in your field. Powered by UC San Diego Extension, The Career Channel is an unbiased provider of information, tools and experts to help people at all stages of their career journey. Visit:
By O'Connell Street Pub
4Chiacchiere Sul Mistero è una Trasmissione che va in onda sulla webradio Radio Ros Brera e realizzata da Sabrina, Luigi ed Eugenio dell' Sentinel Italia presso l'O'Connell Street Pub di Piana Crixia (SV); in questo podcast vengono presentati e discussi argomenti quali il mistero, l'ufologia, l'archeologia misteriosa, la scienza di confine, l'esoterismo, la simbologia, etc...
By Dan Dawson, Charles Hackney, Todd Pedlar
Conversations about science, faith, and their intersections with three practicing scientists.
By Dr. Wyn Steckbauer
The Dental Practice Compass w/Dr. Wyn Steckbauer - The Systems, Marketing, and Mindset you need for a Legendary life!
By La Trobe University
Podcasts on topics of Microbiology from La Trobe University.
By Mr. Justin Brown Atlantic Canada's ONLY paranormal/expanding consciousness/ufological radio broadcast welcomes you to tune in and discover the brave new world. From Stan Friedman to Stan Romanek, we speak with the world's foremost experts and guests in the fields of Ufology, Exopolitics and all areas of the paranormal. Only the highest echelon of guests join us here at the edge of the known universe, where one more step means the end of the old world and the start of the new. Right h...
By The Doctor's Life Podcast
The Doctor's Life Podcast dives into the lifestyle of physicians. Taking a look at topics such as the current job outlook and gaining a new job (plus moving a family) , dealing with contract reviews and mounds of student debt, and making your way in the financial world with a growing salary, The Doctor's Life Podcast covers everything going through a physician's mind. Regardless of the point you're currently at in your career as a physician, The Doctor's Life Podcast will help you take contro...
By Landon Roussel
The Direct Primary Care (DPC) Podcast is a podcast series about this new and innovative model of primary care. Once thought to be a practice arrangement only for the wealthy, this insurance-free model has expanded as an outgrowth of concierge medicine as a feasible and sustainable model of primary care for everyone. As primary care doctors leave the traditional insurance model in droves, DPC has only picked up in momentum. This podcast hopes to empower those interested DPC to do their part to...
By Abbey Strauss MD
A series of 15-20 minute long interviews of experts on various topics related to mental and public health. The list of informational interviews and topics will be continuously expanded. The interviews are designed for non-professionals. Topics range from the effect of media on girls's self-images, discussions of violence, IBS, OCD addictions, borderline personality disorders, mental health issues in the deaf, hallucinations, obesity, TMS, depressions, anxiety and stress, self-cutting, medica...
By personal stories of mental struggle and growth from academia and medicine
demystifying stories of mental health
By Health:Further - The community for health and healthcare startups, entrepreneurs, investors, executives and patient advocates
Health:Further is an open community focused on the future of health. We are driven to pursue two difficult ideals: that health is a human right, and that health must be supported affordably and sustainably. We are providers, payers, politicians and practitioners. We are investors, innovators, artists and activists. We are all patients, and together, we will create the ideal future of health. This podcast is where we come to hear from entrepreneurs, startup founders, healthcare executives, ser...
By Dr. Fabienne Hübener -
Journalist & neuroscientist Dr. Fabienne Hübener interviews experts in the field of public health.
By Duane Osterlind, LMFT | Understanding Addiction Research, Treatment And Recovery
The Addicted Mind Podcast is about understanding addiction from a research and treatment perspective. We will dive into what drives the addictive process, explore the latest research on addiction, and talk about the latest addiction treatment options. We will also explore what recovery from addiction looks like from a variety of different people. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction then The Addicted Mind Podcast can help.
By The Open University
How do biology, psychology and social science contribute to our understanding of mental health and mental illness? How do the biomedical and biopsychosocial models compare when it comes to diagnosis and treatment? This album reveals the importance of the perspective scientists and health professionals take, and the difference it can make to treatment outcomes. The Blackthorn Garden case study illustrates a holistic approach to helping people with mental health conditions integrate themselves ...
By Daniel M. Bensen
Science fiction author Daniel M. Bensen talks with other authors, artists, and miscellaneous creative and interesting people.
By The Science of Fiction
Each episode of The Science of Fiction picks a theme and discusses the science and non-science in fiction involving that theme, with hilarious results, a selection of tenuously-related music, and a constant stream of guest experts. Expect anything from the mechanics of time travel to advice on how to survive the impending zombie apocalypse!
By Debra Atkinson
The podcast for those approaching 50, 50 and over 50 who want to change the way we age. Fitness, wellness, and health research put into practical tips you can use today. You still got it girl!
By The InBound Podcasting Network
Welcome to The InForm Fitness Podcast, 20 minutes with New York Times, best-selling author, Adam Zickerman and Friends. Inform Fitness offers life-changing, personal training with several locations across the U.S. Reboot your metabolism and experience the revolutionary Power of 10, the high intensity, slow motion, strength training system that’s so effective, you’ll get a week’s worth of exercise in just one 20-minute session, (which by no coincidence is about the length of this podcast). ...
By Veranormal
Open your mind to new possibilities, and tune in for a true paranormal experience. The Veranormal show brings you a FRESH young approach to the Paranormal. Topics include the New Age, UFO's and Technology, Ghosts, Time-Travel, Alien Abduction, Conspiracy, Spiritual, Multi-Dimensional, Monsters, Self Healing and much more! Coming to you from the hills of Austin Texas! Check out our crew every TUESDAY night at 9pm Central, while our beautiful Host Vera Martinez, Co-Host Marfa Man, and DJ LiL Ni...
By The X-Failures
Exploring the paranormal and the unexplained.
By thestenchoftruth
paranormal UFO's government coverups secret history illuminati MKUltra mind control aliens dimensions occult parapolitics weird entities cryptozoology mass control
By Efrain Palermo
Discussion of Martian Anomalies, Mars Images and theories. There is more to Mars than meets the eye (and camera).
By Science of Sarcasm
The Science of Sarcasm is a fortnightly podcast exploring the worst of bad science in pop culture and the media. Description Every show includes a special guest from the word of science and education. We review the worst pseudo-science in the news, discuss the negative effects and potential solutions to bad science, and talk about their work/research.
By The Conspiracy Power Hour
Stephen and Brent struggle each episode to explore all sides of a chosen popular conspiratorial topic while adamantly consuming a shot of alcoholic brewage every minute for one hour straight.
By The Buried Life
The Buried Life is four guys on a mission to complete a list of 100 Things To Do Before You Die and to help and to encourage others to do the same.
By Just Science
RTI International’s Center for Forensic Science presents Just Science, a podcast for forensic science professionals and anyone with an interest in learning more about how real crime laboratories are working to do their job better, produce more accurate results, become more efficient, and solve more crimes. This podcast deals with a range of issues, including leadership in the crime lab, new technologies, sexual assault response, and broader challenges for science and public security. We cover...
By The Open University
Whether it's literature, television or film, crime has always been a popular genre with wide-appeal; but why is this source of fear such a fascinating subject to us? This four track audio album strives to answer this question through interviews with key figures such as criminologists and crime authors, with members of the general public also offering their definitions of crime. This material forms part of The Open University course T214 Understanding systems: making sense of complexity.
By Alex Doman
Explores the fascinating human brain and how to transform lives by tapping our unlimited potential. The program features interviews with thought leaders discussing neuroscience, psychology, music, sound, technology, brain health and performance.
Interviews with experts in the field of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
By Bill Glovin
Cerebrum editor Bill Glovin’s monthly interviews with top neuroscientists who discuss their research-based articles, their personal stories, and how their work has the potential to make a difference in people’s lives. Part of the Dana Foundation’s mission is to educate the public in a responsible manner about research’s potential. Listen to some of these engaging and memorable interviews, read the latest Cerebrum articles, and explore the most complex organ in the human body.
By La Trobe University
Podcasts on the discussions of the evolution of animal diversity at individual, population and community levels with a particular focus on animal physiology, ecology and behaviour.
By CME Outfitters
Evolving research in the field of sleep-wake medicine has offered insights regarding the linkage between sleep disturbances and adverse consequences related to performance, mood, behavior, and medical illness. Unremitting symptoms of excessive sleepiness related to sleep disordered breathing or circadian misalignment can have a significant impact on overall health and quality of life. As developments in the science of sleep-wake medicine emerge, there is a need to understand the implications ...
By Aaron Bergeron
Locked deep beneath The Museum is...The Museum's Shadow! Inside this secret, trapdoored cellar is an exhibition filled with artifacts, fossils and thick cobwebs. Some artifacts are brought into the light on Twitter: @museumsshadow
By Prof. Dr. Andreas Burkert
The visible matter in the Universe is like a water-lily in a dark lake, says Prof. Dr. Andreas Burkert. By observing its behavior, one can deduce the nature of the "dark matter". This is the mystery that Prof. Burkert, Chair of Computational Astrophysics at LMU's Astronomical Observatory, wants to solve.
By The Mosaic Company,
When one of the top farmers in the area misses his yield goal – by a good bit, everyone has an opinion why. Some are based on science. Some not. But one thing is for sure – they’re all happy to share.
By Sean P. Dent
The Change of Shift Podcast hosted by Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, veteran Blogger and all around social media maven Sean P. Dent. We all learn the hard way that Nursing is not easy. Each episode Sean helps Nurses fight through the fringes of Nursing by hearing from fellow Nurses, students, educators, and professional influencers who have learned to survive the real-world of Nursing and its big brother the health care community at-large. They dissect successes, share survival tips and ...
By The Old Farmer's Almanac
From the editors of The Old Farmer's Almanac, every weekday you'll hear helpful weather information, country folklore, gardening secrets, great tasting recipes, do-it-yourself projects tips, amazing facts and a whole lot more.
By Edward Way
The Hidden Creatures Podcast, is a Cryptozoology podcast, and is your perfect resource for finding out more about the creatures that elude science. Whether it's the Loch Ness monster, Bigfoot, Mokele-Mbembe, or any of the other strange animals that have been sighted across the globe, we will look at the folklore, the evidence, the stories, and try to put to you an unbiased investigation. We will also look at some of the animals who were once considered Cryptids, who are now firmly in the sci...
By Dan Griffin
Live with intention. Build connection. Create a more meaningful life. Host Dan Griffin shows you how, through funny and insightful conversations about The Man Rules — those often-unconscious expectations that shape what it means to be a “real man" in the 21st century. It’s a must-listen for anyone seeking to live a more authentic life.
By Professor Philip Schofield and Dr Michael Quinn (UCL Bentham Project)
The philosopher, jurist and social scientist Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) is considered UCL's spiritual father, and wrote widely on sex, population growth and wellbeing. Writing around the time of the UK's demographic transition, this symposium explores Bentham's changing views on population growth, and how he influenced the discourse on population in the 1820's, as well as exploring Bentham's work on sex. How are Bentham's seminal writings on sex important not only for the history of sex, but ...
By Dr. Zhana & Joe Pardavila
A podcast about the ins and out of the latest research about everyone's favorite topic hosted by Dr. Zhana and Joe Pardavila.
By Dr. Bill Davis
The Upper Cervical Marketing Podcast provides upper cervical doctors and students with actionable business and marketing information from upper cervical leaders.
By ICGEB - Trieste, Italy
This ICGEB Course included topics on Quorum sensing in plant pathogenic and plant beneficial bacteria, interspecies communication, interkingdom signaling, stability of bacterial communities and a look at future trends in the field.
By ICGEB - Trieste, Italy
Topics in basic research in all branches of virology, including the viruses of vertebrates and invertebrates, plants, bacteria, and yeasts/fungi.
By ICGEB - Trieste, Italy
Topics relating to biomedical science and the physiological functioning and diseases of the immune system.
By LASER Science & Engineering Podcast
LASER-the Materials Science Podcast is a science and engineering podcast discussing science and engineering topics with a materials science perspective. Materials science is about things, and the stuff that makes up those things. We cover anything STEM related-–popular science news articles, recent journal papers, and buzzword topics–-in a casual, unscripted, discussion “journal club” style.
By Adam & Brian
Zengineering Podcast is for everyone who loves Science & Technology and also cares deeply about Life's Big Questions. We (Adam & Brian) are obsessed with the spot where modern Science, Technology & Engineering meet Philosophy & Spirituality. As proud wearers of lifetime nerd badges, we have found this to be the place where the most interesting questions are both formulated and discussed. Through Zengineering Podcast we discuss lots of tech, dive deeply into science and engineering, and go on...
By ICGEB - Trieste, Italy
Specialized presentations on cancer - the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body.
By podcast | Noise Engineers - Acoustical Consultants
Noise Engineering Podcast is a resource to provide you with knowledge and resources to address acoustical issues. Sound Solutions is an independent noise engineering firm that provides noise measurement, analysis, and reporting. We work on acoustical consulting services, environmental noise, sound control & impact isolation, room acoustics, mechanical noise and vibration control, traffic noise and sound barrier design, vibration and noise testing, product noise, and expert testimony
By The Art of Engineering
The Art of Engineering Podcast explores the evolution of a career in engineering, the overlap of art & engineering, and also promotes engineering outreach and STEM / STEAM in schools. The host is a practicing structural engineer in Irvine, CA. Episodes have ranged from STEAM education in schools, engineering outreach, a language designer and interviews with bridge and geotechnical engineers. You can visit us online at and
By IE University
IE University biologists receive a focused and differential education to prepare them to effectively manage, design, and control the procedures for industrial transformation. This practical vision is designed to provide solutions to the most pressing problems facing today´s society. This vision makes IE University's School of Biology the leading center for the training of 21st century biologists.
By Virtually Speaking Science
Informal conversations hosted by science writers Alan Boyle, Jennifer Ouellette, Kelly Hills and Tom Levenson, who, with their guests, explore the often-volatile landscape of science, politics and policy, the history and economics of science, science deniers and its relationship to democracy, and the role of women in the sciences. Produced by Sherry Reson. Hosted in Second Life by the Exploratorium.
By Oxford University
Podcasts from the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography. The School is renowned for its contributions to anthropological theory, its commitment to long-term ethnographic fieldwork, and its association with the Pitt Rivers Museum and the anthropology of visual and material culture. Home to over forty academic staff, over a hundred doctoral students, twelve Master’s programmes, and two undergraduate degrees (Human Sciences; Archaeology and Anthropology), Oxford anthropology is one of th...
By Case Center for Reducing Health Disparities
News and thought on the topic of Health Disparities.
What do deep sea monsters, Edger Allen Poe, and Shakespeare have in common? They're all in this collection of Biodiversity Heritage Library materials showcasing some of the strangest books this library has to offer.
By Uvigo-TV
Conferencia do profesor Gonzalo Giribet, da universidade de Harvard. Trata sobre a filoxenia animal. A filoxenia converise nunha linea da xenética evolutiva.
By Uvigo-TV
Conferencia del profesor Gonzalo Giribet, de la universidad de Harvard. Trata sobre la filogenia animal. La filogenia se convierte en una linea de la genética evolutiva.
By Addgene
Check out the Addgene Podcast for interviews with academics, students, and industry leaders in the biological sciences. With this bi-monthly podcast, you'll get career advice, ideas on how to advance your research, and the inside scoop on developments in biotechnology, academic research, and, of course, plasmids.
J. Craig Venter, biologist and entrepreneur, was among the first scientists to sequence the human genome, an accomplishment he achieved at his own institute, completely independent of the federal government's human genome project. He first became involved with human genome research while working at the National Institutes of Health. Frustrated with the slow pace of progress at NIH, he founded Celera Genomics, and the Institute for Genomic Research to continue his research independently. Dr. V...
By Laurel Neme
A program that probes the mysteries of the animal world through interviews with scientists and other wildlife investigators
By ZKM | Karlsruhe
Research Conference: Friday 14-20.30h, Saturday 10-19h Film Screening ART WAR and Artist Talk: Saturday, 21-23h / Activist Summit: Sunday, 10-19h The major ZKM exhibition global aCtIVISm will be accompanied by a symposium in the ZKM_Lecture Hall from January 24–26, 2014. Thirty participants from all over the world — researchers, artists, and activists — will meet to discuss how the form and sociopolitical significance of civic engagement has evolved in the twenty-first century influenced by ...
The Heritage Science Podcast is brought to you by students of SEAHA, the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology, in collaboration with UCL digital media services. From ancient mummies to crumbling towers, join us every month as we talk to heritage practitioners, academics and students, to better understand the subject that brings together science and the arts.
By The Helix Center
The primary objective of The Helix Center for Interdisciplinary Investigation is not to obtain knowledge, per se, but to aspire to an unhurried search for wisdom, emphasizing the centrality of a sense of wonder in this endeavor. Philosophically, we stand against the trivialization of thought and the balkanization within and between the sciences and the arts. Fundamental to our promotion of these views is our roundtable format of open, spontaneous discourse, one facilitating novel encounters ...
By ZEIT Wissen
Interviews, Anekdoten und Recherchen aus der Redaktion des Magazins ZEIT Wissen. Alle zwei Monate neu.
By Alan Schnur
Alan Schnur is a former WHO staff member. Following his work in the smallpox eradication programme in Ethiopia, India, Bangladesh, Somalia and Geneva, he worked in the Expanded Programme on Immunization units in two WHO regional offices: South-East Asia and the Western Pacific. He was a member of the Polio Eradication Task Force at the Regional Office for the Western Pacific that successfully guided countries to achieve the goal of zero polio cases in the region. During his assignment at the ...
By Samir Kakodkar
Host: Samir Kakodkar, gastroenterologist and IBD specialist in training
By La Trobe University
Podcasts concerned with the study of social life and human behaviour - the structural arrangements and cultural patterns which shape behaviour at every level of social action, whether personal, local, national or global. It examines how we are shaped by the world around us but also how we also shape and construct the social and cultural world within which we live.
By Raul A Dominguez
Preparacion para el USMLE, ECFMG, Match, Step 1, Step 2CK, Step 2 CS, Step 3, Especializacion en Estados Unidos, Residencias, Medicina Interna, Cirugia, Obstetricia, Pediatria, Medicos Latinoamericanos, España, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Portugal, Brasil, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Panama, Costa Rica, Cuba, Republica Dominicana, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, Kaplan, Fellows, Ginecologia, Psiquiatria, Medicina Familiar, Médico
By The Lancet USA
The Lancet USA Podcast
By Vibe Radio Network
Listen every day of the week. The Vibe radio network is home to some talented hosts with awesome shows with a wide range of topics. Monday Nights- Paranormal Party-9pm-10pm Est.Time w/ The Conner Sisters and 10-11 pm The Freakin Awesome Paranormal Show with Ryan Jones, Celestial McBride and Amanda Lea Tuesday Night- 8pm-9pm Shadow Travels With Kevin Cook and Raymond Stazzone 9pm-10pm Freqs n Geeks with April Mooneyham and Keri Longest Wednesday Night- Bat girl radio- 8pm-9pm Est. Time W/ ...
By Amber Beam: Professional and Personal Development Enthusiast
More of What Matters Most: Find the Work You Love
By The Surplus Population
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By 旭岽叨科学
By 燕珂律师
《法律茶座》——让普通人听得懂的法律。 以燕珂律师领衔的《法律茶座》团队,都毕业于西南政法大学,均为法学硕士或博士,全部拥有法律职业资格证书。 欢迎关注微信公众号“法律茶座”。 法律茶座QQ群:102021853
By 白云出岫
By Hutchison Solutions
Ancient Solutions. Modern Consequences. Join three business geeks and history junkies as they explore the twisty and unexpected history of business. From midwives in Colonial America to percussion manufacturers in modern Japan, from KFC to African empires, and from the Epic of Gilgamesh to modern irrigation systems in Peru — we’ll explore together how ancient solutions have modern consequences for anyone willing to see them. Join your hosts: Dr. Frank E. Hutchison, CQM/OE; Meredith Hutchiso...
By littlenav
HI,小朋友们,我是国家天文台的苟叔叔,不是小狗的狗,是一丝不苟的苟哦 苟博士介绍丨《星际穿越》译者,中国国家天文台研究员 北京,国家天文台 苟叔叔喜欢在天文台的圆顶上,用天文望远镜观察星星们,有时能整夜整夜地看,熬出了两个大大的黑眼圈 他总觉得,星星们在对他说自己的故事,就像小时候一样,在他耳边,笑闹着 所以他知道很多星星的小秘密。 月亮会偷偷跟苟叔叔说太阳刚出生时候,一会儿胖一会儿瘦,好不容易才维持了现在的体型。 火星会和苟叔叔抱怨,两个卫星孩子太胆小了,火卫二最近又被陨石吓到了,都不敢靠近火星了。 有些星星掉在了地球上,慢慢地,地球上有植物和动物了,这些星星,就变成了我们身体的一部分,打开手心,你看到了一颗星星正在闪烁吗? 苟叔叔要把星星告诉他的故事,讲给littlenav和你听
By 青年网络
音乐治病,早在几千年前就出现在中国了。《黄帝内经》中记载:“肝属木,在音为角,在志为怒;心属火,在音为徵,在志为喜;脾属土,在音为宫,在志为思;肺属金,在音为商,在志为忧;肾属水,在音为羽,在志为恐。” 这是古人根据阴阳五行理论,把五音(宫、商、角、徵、羽)与人的五脏(脾、肺、肝、心、肾)和五志(思、忧、怒、喜、恐)有机地联系在一起,即五音配五脏,五脏配五行,五行配五志。而“五音疗法”就是在此理论基础上产生的。 现在,五音疗法不仅会用于缓解精神压力、抗焦虑忧郁、治疗失眠等传统领域。还能协同震动、光电、针灸、推拿等多种手段,治疗痛症、脑瘫、功能性消化不良、原发性高血压等多种疾病,显示出了广阔的发展潜力。对于健康人而言,在生活中应善于充分利用五音调节情绪,养生保健,才是最实际的。
By 传承网
《金刚经》是早期大乘佛教经典,属于《大般若经》的第九会,是宣说般若空义的代表作之一。中国依鸠摩罗什译本为流行本,一般所说的《金刚经》都指罗什所译的《金刚般若波罗密经》;科判则依昭明太子的三十二分法。《金刚经》古来依无着和世亲的论释为中心被理解,尔后由三论、天台、华严、法相、禅、真言等各宗的观点加以理解和发展。 传承网 传承中华文化 弘扬南师精神
By Institute of Advanced Studies
In any field of science, there is a constant need for all researchers to keep up with the latest discoveries and advances in their field. It is important that they follow the new developments not just in their own narrow field of research but also the broader trends and perspectives in related fields beyond. The major centres of research have traditionally organized summer and winter schools in order to fill this need. Such schools have been held in America in the early years at Brandeis, ...
By 传承网
适逢农历七月半佛教传统的盂兰盆会,基金会特地将怀师讲述中国文化与佛教之孝道的珍贵音档加以整理希望广大学人从怀师的讲述中领悟中国文化和佛教的孝道精神,并且贯彻于自己的日常生活。 传承网 传承中华文化 弘扬南师精神
By 科学有故事
By 青年网络
By 徐辉鹏资深物理治疗师