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The Missing Pillar of Health Podcast helps you reduce toxins in your life without fear, judgment or shame, so you can be happier, healthier, and all-around more awesome. Weekly episodes are hosted by environmental engineer, mom of 2, and founder of Green at Home, Emma Rohmann. She wades through all the research, greenwashing, marketing, and misinformation so you don’t have to and shares practical, science-based strategies to help you reduce your exposure to toxic chemicals so you can live yo ...
 
Introducing Wisdom For Dudes, The Official InnerGladiator.com Podcast!This podcast features interviews, discussions, and opinions on becoming a leader of men. Topics will include masculinity, health and nutrition, how to handle your emotions, and how to find your purpose in life.
 
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Hillary Stires received her BS in behavioral neuroscience from Lehigh University and her PhD in endocrinology and animal biosciences from Rutgers University, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in tumor biology at Georgetown University’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. Her research focused on tumor development and drug resistance in breas…
 
For those of you who work in an office and have been home for the past 17 months, you might be thinking of the transition back to work or maybe you've already returned. Covid protocols are obviously going to be top of mind for many people but what about indoor air quality in general? As we return to spaces outside our homes, we have less control ov…
 
If you've been following me for a little while, you probably know that my interest in reducing toxins in my life actually started out of a concern for the environment. It wasn't for another several years that I started to appreciate the connection between a healthy environment and a healthy body. Or that our daily actions as well bigger issues like…
 
Many believe that the future of the workforce will primarily be focused on a balance between in-person and in-office working. But if you’re not at home, and you’re still working, then you must be somewhere else. Enter the concept of the “third” place. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iandsdesign/support…
 
Dr. Cooper’s bio is extensive, but can be summarized into 3 words: Mind… Body… Business The mind? He holds a PhD in Performance Psychology, was a national columnist for 20+ years, had his research published in peer reviewed journals internationally, written 5 books, and spoken professionally in all 50 states plus multiple times in Europe. The body?…
 
Mohawk Group is launching its Waterways Project, featuring a mobile showroom packed with product solutions that are environmentally friendly and ready to specify. The showroom is hitting the road on a carbon-neutral 25-city tour highlighting rivers and their ecosystems. In this episode, Jackie Dettmar and Mark Page discuss what people can expect to…
 
When it comes to getting toxic chemicals out of the products we use every day, the choices we make as consumers can only do so much. Yes, I firmly believe that the products we choose to spend our money on is a very important vote with our dollar. And it is often the first step in making the other changes that are also necessary: industry acceptance…
 
Chris spent approximately 25 years working for himself in the lady’s garment industry. During that time, he helped create a multi-million-pound business from scratch. During 2007 Chris was diagnosed with incurable cancer. But has survived the extreme treatments and side effects, to become one of the most respected voices in the subject across the w…
 
In today’s episode, I’m introducing you to Maria Rizzo. This is a conversation I had with Maria in 2019. She was educating and raising awareness about a condition she struggled with called Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, likely caused by her work in a nail salon. MCS is a condition I don’t think enough people know about, so I wanted to reshare this …
 
In this episode, VP of Media Steven Sloan joins Chief Content Director Robert Nieminen to announce a brand new awards program: The Purpose Awards. Find out why we're launching this new program to celebrate and elevate the products, projects, designs, and spaces that contribute most to the Triple Bottom Line—People, Planet, Profit. The products and …
 
A 2nd generation prostate cancer survivor and advocate on proactive prostate cancer health. President and co-founder of the Prostate Cancer Awareness Alliance-DMV (PCAA-DMV) – a non-profit focused on helping men to – Get a GRIP on Prostate Cancer – through educational and informational interactive sessions highlighting prostate cancer treatment cen…
 
This episode is a little different! I’m sharing a live Q+A session I held in my Facebook Group, The Green Product Forum a couple of months ago. In case you missed it, or you want to know answers to common questions I get over and over again, I’m bringing it to you today! The questions I answer cover topics like: - 'natural' tick repellent. - How to…
 
Wenora Johnson is a 3x Cancer survivor, Research/Patient Advocate and Navy Veteran. Wenora began working closely with the organization Fight Colorectal Cancer (FightCRC) as a Research Advocate following her diagnosis of stage 3b colon cancer in 2011.As a Lynch Syndrome patient, Wenora also advocates for genetic testing and awareness. She serves on …
 
Sleep is an important pillar of health that we’re all aware of, but most of us aren’t getting good quantity, quality, or both. As it relates to toxins, sleep is when our bodies do much of the detoxification we rely on to stay healthy. It’s also when our brains process what happened during the day and stores memories. And I know we’ve all experience…
 
Designers play an important role in protecting the health, safety and welfare of the clients they serve. Perhaps nowhere is this more evident than in the specification of upholstered furniture as it relates to flammability and occupant health. In this episode, Dr. Marilyn Black of Underwriters Laboratories discusses a new tool for designers to bett…
 
As surfaces in hospitals and other medical facilities are being cleaned more frequently with harsher chemicals in the wake of COVID, product failures in the field are becoming alarmingly more commonplace. In this episode, Julie Short discusses an innovative film product from DuPont that can be applied to virtually any surface that offers added dura…
 
This episode was inspired by a question I asked in my Facebook Group, the Green Product Forum (which you should join if you’re not in it already). And what became very clear, was that many people wished they knew more about choosing less toxic furniture. And so, here we are. Now, for those who haven’t heard of me, I take a very practical and risk-b…
 
Claire Snyman is an author, blogger and advocate for patient and healthcare collaboration. She is passionate about inspiring people to put their health in their own hands as a result of her own lived experience as an individual with a brain tumour and other chronic health conditions. She has co-authored a scientific study between neurosurgeons and …
 
To create comfortable, human-centered environments for residents in memory care communities, designers should consider these tips when it comes to selecting safe materials for floors and walls. *This podcast was created in partnership with Altro --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iandsdesign/support…
 
One of the first areas of the home expectant parents tend to focus on when it comes to reducing toxins is the nursery. A lot has changed in the time since I was pregnant, and my design esthetic is non-existent. So for this episode, I wanted to bring in someone who is an expert not only in design, but also specializes in creating healthy spaces. Lon…
 
In this episode, Staci Patton, principal at DLR Group, joins i+s chief content director Robert Nieminen for a lively discussion about the importance of creating a sense of locale in hospitality environments. They discuss the drivers behind this trend and how to create an authentic sense of place both indoors and out. --- Support this podcast: https…
 
Santi K.M. Bhagat, MD, MPH, is a mother of a young adult with a chronic medical condition, a physician, and the founder of a grassroots, voluntary charitable organization, Physician-Parent Caregivers (PPC). PPC’s health care and policy research and analysis uncovered a lack of systemic supports for young adults who grow up with childhood-onset heal…
 
It didn’t even occur to me that I should be thinking of shifting some healthy habits before getting pregnant. For many people, this isn’t something that happens totally planned, so a lot of us don’t do the prep work. But for those of you who CAN, this episode is for you. It wasn’t until after I’d had my second child that I started learning more abo…
 
Dr. Ronald Wyatt is Vice President and Patient Safety Officer with MCIC Vermont, a major medical malpractice company. He was born in Selma Alabama and grew up in nearby Perry County (Heiberger) Alabama.Prior to joining MCIC Vermont, Dr. Wyatt was formerly Chief Quality and Patient Safety Officer at Cook County Health in Chicago Illinois. He served …
 
If a baby is in your future, this is an episode you cannot miss. Especially if you need help convincing your partner that he needs to step up his game when it comes to reproductive health. Because for far too long, reproductive health conversations have been focused on women. All the advice, pressure, and responsibility has been given to us. But as…
 
Dr. Veronique Mead was a family physician and assistant professor with an obstetrical practice before leaving medicine because she felt she was causing harm. Retraining as a somatic therapist provided insights through a comprehensive understanding of trauma. She has been aggregating the large bodies of evidence revealing how adversity influences he…
 
Bringing its best and most popular designs back for another run, AVA FAVE takes customers’ 10 favorite AVA designs and brings a MADE IN THE USA impact. *Podcast was created in partnership with AVA Novalis --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iandsdesign/supportinteriors+sources tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Most toy packages carry labels like “non-toxic” and “meets ASTM” and various other standards. And if you go to government websites, they talk about all the ways they protect us from dangerous products. But what do these claims mean, especially when it comes to the safety of children’s toys? In 2008, Mattel recalled nearly 1million toys made in Chin…
 
Anne H. Charity Hudley, PhD is Professor of Education and Linguistics at Stanford University. Her research and publications address the relationship between language variation and educational practices and policies. She has a particular emphasis on creating high-impact practices for underrepresented students in higher education. Charity Hudley is t…
 
I’ve touched on the pill in other episodes, but not for actual birth control. When I learned about the work Nora Pope and Jessica Liu were doing to educate and raise awareness about cycle charting - an alternative form of birth control - I was intrigued. But what I learned after talking with them is how beneficial cycle charting can be for overall …
 
Ann’s interest in Pediatric Oncology began when, at age 43 she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a primary bone cancer that affects kids aged 10-25, and was treated in the Pediatric Cancer Center at Memorial Sloan Kettering. Like most adults, she was unaware of how little funding pediatric cancers receive, how great the suffering is, and how too oft…
 
In this episode, I’m bringing you something a little different. I recently recorded a video training for my membership clients on the strategy they can use when they’re feeling stuck or if they don’t know how to navigate choosing between different products. Because it’s very easy to feel stuck as you’re working through ways to reduce toxins in your…
 
Katherine Leon is co-founder and Board Chair of SCAD Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated to research of spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD), a non-atherosclerotic cause of heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest. In 2003, Katherine survived a 90% blockage of her left main artery caused by SCAD, which required emergency double bypass surgery. F…
 
Eczema seems like a rite-of-passage these days. A quick scroll through any mom’s group on Facebook and you’ll see questions come up regularly - with hundreds of suggestions for support. One thing I learned early on as I started to dive into root cause healthcare is that eczema is often more than just a skin condition. As Dr. Cheung puts it in this …
 
Timothy McMahan King is the author of Addiction Nation: What the Opioid Crisis Reveals About Us. After a near-fatal illness led to his doctor's prescribing him opioids for the pain, King ended up where millions of others have: addicted. But his story didn't end in tragedy like so many others. He had a doctor who understood the nature of addiction a…
 
Hormone disruptors are the most concerning toxins found in the environment, our homes, and our bodies. They are especially concerning for children. I’m leading with the punchline because I don’t know that I’ve been overly clear on my stance about hormone disruptors. I’ve been conscious about toxins in my own home for over 15 years. And I’ve spent t…
 
Tina Aswani Omprakash is a Crohn’s patient and award-winning patient expert and health advocate based out of New York City. She has had Crohn’s Disease for 15 years and has had numerous surgeries. Tina maintains a blog and advocacy platform called Own Your Crohn’s (http://ownyourcrohns.com) and recently co-founded IBDesis, a community for South Asi…
 
I get asked a lot “what proof do we have that ingredients in our personal care and cleaning products, air, water, food, and homes matter?” Sometimes the question is out of curiosity and sometimes as a passive aggressive rhetorical question because they’re just waiting to debunk whatever I have to say. Often, it’s women asking me so they can arm the…
 
Chris Bright is an international Futsal player who’s represented Wales on multiple occasions across Europe and a patient advocate for those with type 1 diabetes after living with the condition since 1999. Chris now focuses on empowering people with Diabetes through the tool of Football (Soccer). He pushes for greater educational support for people …
 
In this episode of I Hear Design, the teams at Citizen HKS, Boaz & Ruth and i+s sit down to talk about their collaboration on Benefield, a community based project that revitalizes the Highland Park corridor in Richmond, Virginia, that will become a place that anchors and supports the community’s youth, serving as a catalyst for change and hope. ---…
 
If you follow me on Instagram Stories, you’ll know I love a good weights session. But this wasn’t always the case. I used to be that person who thought 5lb dumb bells were all I should use. After having my children and suffering chronic pain from pregnancy, nursing, and carrying them, I started working with a trainer and before I knew it (really it…
 
Dr. Danny Sands is passionate about healthcare transformation. A practicing physician with training and experience in clinical informatics, Dr. Sands has worked in a variety of capacities in the healthcare IT industry for over 25 years. He spent almost 14 years doing clinical informatics at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where he developed a…
 
One of the top Google searches that land people on my website is “new home smell.” I’ve been aware of the issues with construction for nearly 20 years - my career started as a green building consultant where my job was to call manufacturers of various building materials to ask about the ingredients and VOC content. So I’m somewhat disheartened that…
 
Dave Bjork is a patient advocate and research evangelist with more than 20 years of progressive experience in nonprofit advocacy, community-building and fundraising leadership roles. He is currently a consultant on the Patient Driven Design team at Medidata Solutions advising on bringing the patient voice to the clinical trial experience. Dave is a…
 
Learning about and acting on toxins, environmental degradation, and other hard topics requires the capacity to do so without letting it drag you down. It can be easy to sink into fear and despair, feeling like it’s too big to handle. We are needed. And we can make a difference. So we need the capacity to tackle hard things. I was lucky enough to st…
 
Dr. Kalra is an interventional cardiologist and medical director of clinical research for regional cardiovascular medicine at the Cleveland Clinic, section head of cardiovascular research at Cleveland Clinic Akron General, a university professor at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine (Associate Professor) and NEOMED (Adjunct Associate P…
 
One of the questions that comes up most often in my the Green Product Forum, my free Facebook Group, is about the best cookware. So, I wanted to cover this as an episode because there are a lot of things people get wrong when they start thinking about these products. Now, if you think I’m going to tell you to immediately chuck all your Teflon produ…
 
Pamela Katz Ressler, RN, MS, HNB-BC is the founder of Stress Resources and an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA. She has served as the only nurse on the Executive Board for Medicine X at Stanford University and as a member of the Consumer Health Council …
 
I started prioritizing organic food where I could back in 2004. Admittedly, I didn’t do much research. I read Silent Spring, watched a couple of documentaries, was learning about pesticides in our soil and water supplies, and I was convinced it was the right thing to do. When I became a mom and had 2 kids to feed, I decided I should take a look at …
 
Kimberly Warner is a film director and producer based in Portland, Oregon. After receiving her degree in Pre-Med and Biology at Colorado College and pursuing her Masters degree at National University of Naturopathic Medicine, Kimberly abruptly changed paths and has never looked back. Her work, still founded in a passion for the psychological and so…
 
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