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Physiology Podcasts for Kids

​Kids love learning about the human body, and there are so many excellent ways for them to do that. Mine have always enjoyed looking through my college-level textbooks, weirdly. We also enjoy listening to podcasts in the car, so I’ve started compiling a list of episodes that relate to physiology.  ​My kids are relatively young, […]

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Probiotics + Vaginas Notes

Thanks for attending the webinar! Here are the references and other notes. I am planning a few upcoming webinars on exciting topics like what happens to the thyroid gland in the postpartum period and how the gut/liver are involved in hormone metabolism. If you’d like to hear about the next one(s), please make sure you […]

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Keeping Up with Physiology for Hippies

In just a few minutes, I’ll be posting the first video to launch a month of learning about blood vessels. I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about how to deliver content in a way that’s fun, easily-accessible, and not overwhelming or irritating. Here’s the plan:​I will create short videos (1-2 per week) on […]

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Free online physiology courses (MOOC)

Y’all have heard of massive open online courses (MOOCs), right? They’re open-access & (generally) high-quality courses from some pretty fancy institutions. See below for a bunch of free online physiology courses starting soon.I love signing up for these – in fact, I’m signed up for four from the list below :). I’m not so hot […]

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