A new wrinkle in returning to sports following infection with COVID-19 emerged in recent weeks. There is concern about potential effects of the virus on the heart. With sudden cardiac death in athletes a concern for all of us in sports medicine, any issues that could cause cardiac damage may get your Spidey Sense tingling. … Continue reading Cardiac Considerations for Athletes with COVID-19
Monthly Archives: May 2020
The 1930’s were known for a lot of things. Prohibition. The literal cliff America stood after overcoming one of the most economically depressing experiences of all time so much so that it was LITERALLY CALLED THE DEPRESSION. What else could the 1930’s possibly hold? Not so strangely, it’s the launching point for the FINAL … Continue reading Season 7, Episode 1 “The New Deal”
Welcome to the 2nd Annual 2GuysTalkingHorror Spookies Award Show! A celebration of excellence and achievement for 2019 horror films and those responsible for them! What are the Spookies, you ask? That’s simple. The Spookies are essentially the Oscars for horror movies. How are the Spookies decided, you ask? That’s also simple. The Spookies are decided … Continue reading 2nd Annual 2GuysTalkingHorror Spookies Awards!
It’s a shame that the horror genre gets overlooked when it comes to receiving praise. Sure, now and then a film will come along and get attention, but because it’s more art piece than freak show, the actual horror aspects are ignored and replaced with the word “thriller” or “suspense.” Bottom line is horror … Continue reading 2nd Annual Spookies: Our Nominees Are…?
You’re already listening to The Curious Goods Podcast, because you’re a fan of The 80’s Cult television series – Friday The 13th: The Series. How could the program notch up a level to be – EPIC? Well, not strangely you: 1.) Involve Nazi plans of Reanimation 2.) Tell the tale of Jack Marshack’s previous … Continue reading Our Review Of “The Butcher” – Season 2, Episode 19
There are many things that you’ll read about, hear about, even see in your lifetime, but few things can prepare you for what presents itself when you mix in suburban America, a quiet little town, and a Samurai Sword. Join Police Dispatcher Lisa Moore as she shares more education, stories and legacy from her … Continue reading The Case of the Suburban Samurai
It’s been a long several months with stay-at-home orders, a lack of consistent nationwide recommendations of what should and should not be done, and a lot of empty gyms and vacant fields. COVID-19 has certainly thrown all of our lives for a loop. It’s also a little humbling to become a less essential physician … Continue reading Returning to Sports During a Pandemic with Dr. Jason Newland
One of THE most important people in your pet’s life is their veterinarian. Establishing a positive and ongoing relationship with a veterinarian is so important. Just as we should follow up with our own health care, our animals require the same kind of care and monitoring. Besides taking care of my pets over the … Continue reading Scratching Veterinary Itches: A Conversation with Wayne Boillat, DVM
There are a number of book, television and film properties that have spawned worlds of endless imagination and wanted exploration. The battlefields of Middle Earth, the sprawling grounds of Hogwarts, the hidden highways of the Land of OZ. But none are more endlessly expansive than the world of Star Wars! Despite the fact that … Continue reading “Star Wars: Marvel Comics Cannon!”
You will always be able to call 911 and have a person respond to your needs. How can you get the best help as fast as possible? It’s simple. LOCATION – LOCATION – LOCATION! The Digitally Dispatched Podcast provides education to enhance your ability to deliver valuable, needed and critical information when it counts … Continue reading Digitally Dispatched – A 20+Year Police Dispatcher Shares Perspective