Why me episode 26
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Male stigma in varsity sports

In this episode I sat down with Tom Ellison to talk about his experience struggling with depression as a male varsity athlete. Listen to this episode if you want to learn how stigma impacted him and what prompted him to speak up. Enjoy!   Watch Tom’s video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpR1q9T0Yes

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#BellLetsTalk, Mental Health and Anti-Stigma-In Conversation with Dr. Heather Stuart

Dr. Heather Stuart, Professor of Public Health Sciences and the inaugural Bell Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair at Queen’s University joins us on Campus Beat to discuss her research, the Let’s Talk Mental Health dialogue event with students at Queen’s on January 22nd, and the #BellLetsTalk campaign launching January 30th nationwide.

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Finding A Voice
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Readings from Autumn Events

First hour featuring, from an unaired September 28th poetry event called ‘Unravel’ held at Union Gallery, you’ll hear host Ashley Newton, and readings by Haley Sarfeld, Alexandra Brooke, Sarah Emtage, Lin Lune, Alyssa Cooper, and Billie the Kid. Second hour featuring, from the October 2nd open mic reading in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly series, you’ll hear readings by Kin Man, Anne Graham, Roger Dorey, Eric Folsom, and Bruce Kauffman. Following that, from the November 6th reading in the same series and held as part of CFRC 101.9fm’s annual funding drive – readings by Rob Watson, Kin Man, Jennie Marshall, Jill Glatt, Ky Pearce, Anne Graham, Bob MacKenzie, Eugene Cornacchia, and Meg Freer.

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WAFFLES
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Swing, Baby, Swing! January 12, 2019

Friend of the show Tony is a co-host for a jazz-infused episode of WAFFLES!, talking mostly about Meet In The Middle, the upcoming swing extravaganza coming to Kingston later this month! Swing culture, terminology, dances (what’s a blues dance?) and more, punctuated with music on the more general theme of “youth”. Music, music, music! WAFFLES theme :: Teen Titans Fountain of Youth :: Roger Briggs Flaming Youth :: Duke Ellington I Like Pie (I Like You Best of All) :: Gordon Webster The Cat’s Got Kittens :: Combo Royale It’s Highlife Time :: Fela Kuti Blame It On My Youth :: Holly Cole Sit Down Young Stranger :: Gordon Lightfoot All Right, Okay You Win :: Gordon Webster Let’s Jazz All Young Aliens :: John Southworth Big John’s Special :: Martin Loomer’s Orange Devils Boys & Girls :: Alabama Shakes Youth Cults :: TRAITRS Can’t Give You Anything but Love :: Cranberry Dixie & Swing Band We Are Young :: fun. Part Time Punks :: Television Personalities The Daydream :: The Lucinda Belle Orchestra Forever Young :: Sam Concepcion Forever Young :: Jazzystics Lavender Coffin :: Gordon Webster All the Young Dudes :: World Party One O’Clock Jump :: Lester’s Continue Reading

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why me episode 25
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Welcoming negative thoughts

In this episode I talk about the poem the “guest house” and what it can teach us about learning about our emotions. Listen to this episode if you want to learn how to welcome negative thoughts in order to ease your mind. Enjoy!

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Episode 8: Caroline Reid

Hear recent B.Ed. graduate Caroline Reid reflect on life as a B.Ed. student, her alternative practicum at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, and her experience with the Teacher Overseas Recruitment Fair (TORF) and Options that led to her first teaching job in Sweden.

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Michael Wood, PhD in Neuroscience, supervised by Dr J. Gordon Boyd.

Topic: Low levels of brain tissue oxygenation during critical illness may be associated with the subsequent development of delirium and cognitive impairment. Overview: Survivors of life support often develop newly-acquired impairments that reduce their quality of life (e.g., ability to live independently). An early indicator of neurological dysfunction while on life support is the onset of delirium, which is characterized by inattention, altered levels of consciousness, or disorganized thinking. However, the underlying cause of delirium, as well as long-term cognitive dysfunction, remains poorly understood. Approximately 230,000 Canadians are cared for in ICUs annually, and the majority of these patients will experience delirium. As the mere presence of delirium has been associated with debilitating outcomes, delirium represents a major public health concern.

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