What might it feel like to breathe easily again, and to feel comfortable in your body, after experiences of complex trauma? Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) is an adjunct therapy for complex trauma or treatment-resistant PTSD caused by neglect, emotional or physical abuse, sexual assault, systems of oppression, or other violence— in other words: […]
Julie Rehmeyer is a contributing editor at Discover magazine, and as a freelance journalist, has written for the New York Times, Science News, and Wired, among many others. She’s also the author of her memoir Through the Shadowlands: A Science Writer’s Odyssey into an Illness Science Doesn’t Understand, about her battle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. […]
“A Black Woman’s body was never hers alone.” —Fannie Lou Hammer Today’s topic: Getting Out of Your Own Way: Reclaiming Our Bodies —the concluding show of our Spirit, Mind, and Body month. Lilada is joined by Myosha Barnes, Joanna Brooks, and Sagashus Livingston, to discuss physical reclamation and the societal aspects. Myosha Barnes, known as Yoshi, graduated […]
Last year, researchers at the joint Boston University / Department of Veterans Affairs “Brain Bank” dissected the brains of 91 deceased former National Football League players. They found that 87 of those 91 players — a staggering 96% — showed signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE. In layman’s terms, those players had permanent brain damage resulting from multiple concussions. The NFL, the National Hockey League, the National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball have all implemented new concussion-related rules and all 50 states have now enacted laws setting minimum protocols for prevention and treatment of concussions in athletics. But, even the best treatment can’t work if coaches and trainers don’t know when an athlete has suffered a concussion.
Andrew Winterstein, a kinesiologist with the University of Wisconsin, spoke with host Brian Standing about the issue.
Today on the Buzz: Aaron and Haywood talk with Happiness Coach and author of Braving the Hot Mess – Spirit, Mind, and Body, Tracy More information on Tracy, Braving the Hot Mess – Spirit, Mind, and Body and the upcoming events on her Facebook page or website:http://www.bravingthehotmess.com
Our host Elden Steele interviewed Craig Roberts from University Health Services (UHS), Mary Jo Hussey and Sara Mader of Public Health to discuss sexual health for men who have sex with men. Craig Roberts is a physician assistant and epidemiologist with University Health Services and a Clinical Assistant Professor at both the School of Medicine and […]