lydia chaudhry headshotI talk with Lydia Chaudhry of the Humane League, sponsors of the first ever Philly VegFest. She tells me about her journey into veganism and animal activism and the Meatless Monday campaign. We also discuss vegan dining out and which restaurants we love.

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john rossi headshotJohn Rossi is an Assistant Teaching Professor in Bioethics and Public Health Ethics as well as a veterinarian. He gives me an excellent introduction to animal ethics and the public health implications of animal agriculture, as well as sharing his personal story of following a vegetarian/vegan diet. Special thanks to Phoebe for connecting me with John.

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allyson kramer headshotI kick off the first week of “Teagan Goes Vegan” with Allyson Kramer, vegan and gluten-free cookbook author and blogger. She talks with me about nasty blog comments about vegetable oil, the privilege inherent in making the choice to be vegan, and how paleo diets are surprisingly similar to vegan ones.

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claire evans headshotClaire Evans, MSW, is a “machine gun of words” as we talk about how social work functions in hospitals and hospices. She tells me why she is honored to work with people who are dying and why a systems-based approach is most beneficial for social change.

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jessamyn doanJessamyn Doan, one of my favorite people, joins me on this week’s episode. She doesn’t work in public health, but doesn’t stop us from talking about fibroids, bruxism, and beans as I quiz her on this week’s health news.

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mental health first aid koalaOn this week’s episode, I talk about Mental Health First Aid–what it is, why it exists, and what my experience was like when I took the class last week. I also look critically at what’s missing from the curriculum (most importantly, eating disorders are excluded) and how the class could be more interactive and applicable to daily life.

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Alisen James headshotOn this episode, I talk with Alisen James, MPH, CPH. We cover it all: vaccines, PTSD, breast cancer, and moving from the West Coat to the East Coast and back again. And for all you MPHs out there, Alisen gives me her two cents about the CPH certification and its impact on the job hunt.

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Pete Hill headshotMy very first trans-Atlantic podcast! Pete Hill, creator of the podcast “I’m a Public Health Professional Get Me Out of Here,” and I have a great conversation about the differences between the UK and the USA in regards to public health, why podcasts are important, and the power of social media. You can also hear me on his show here. I didn’t do an intro or outro this week since I talk plenty already.

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Jeffrey Fudin headshotThe pain doctor is in! Dr. Jeffrey Fudin discusses pretty much everything you need to know about opioid pain medication, how to keep it in the hands of patients who need it and out of the hands of people who abuse pills, and how he thinks we can maintain the balance.

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health insurance marketplaceOn this episode, I sit down with Nancy O’Connor, Regional Administrator for CMS Region 3. We talk about why people without health insurance really need to get some ASAP, why Medicaid expansion is really important, and that if you already have health insurance, you can sit back and relax. Remember: the health insurance Marketplace closes March 31!

If you’re visiting for the first time via The Public’s Health, welcome! I hope you enjoy the show.

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