Cattitude - Episode 109 Coronavirus and Your Cat
27 min
Are your cats at risk? Can they get the Coronavirus or spread it? Viruses are usually unique to each species and it is unusual for a virus to jump between species. It's very unlikely that household pets like dogs or cats will transmit this Coronavirus to people and there is no evidence at this point that dogs or cats will become ill from this disease,” said Dr. Dana Varble, NAVC Chief Veterinary Officer. “There is no cause for alarm, but it is smart to skip the face kisses for now and wash your hands and face regularly after being with pets. Always include your pets in your emergency preparedness plans. Michelle Fern talks to Dr. Varble about how this virus can or cannot affect your cat and what you can do to keep your kitties safe.

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The Earth Locker
The Earth Locker
Tom Hopper, Byron Knight, Robert Sheehan
“CAR.O.L Bike” with Rahul Bernath
Forty seconds to a new, healthier you? The future of workout equipment is here! In this episode we are chatting with Rahul Bernath, the Sales and Marketing Director of CAR.O.L (CARdiovascular Optimization Logic), an exercise bike that combines science, AI, and optimal fitness, all within an 8 minute workout. Join us as we chat with Rahul and learn all about CAR.O.L, physiology and biometrics, glycogen depletion, and the numerous health benefits of HIIT workouts. About the CAR.O.L. Bike: CAR.O.L or CARdiovascular Optimization Logic, is an AI networked stationary bike with automated and laser-controlled resistance and bio-signal processing. CAR.O.L does all the work, from calculating the resistance in each session to automatically applying it during the sprint, to guiding your breath. CAR.O.L gives you the ability to exercise for the shortest possible time with the greatest benefits. It is the easiest, simplest exercise system on the planet that will guarantee results every time you use it. All you have to do is log in and ride. Find out more about Rahul Bernath and the CAR.O.L. Bike: * Rahul Bernath: https://highintensitybusiness.com/rahul-bernath-carol-bike/ * CAR.O.L Website: https://www.carolfitai.com/ * Insider Review of the CAR.O.L Bike: https://www.insider.com/carol-stationary-bike-review * American Council on Exercise - CAR.O.L Bike Report: https://www.carolfitai.com/research-papers For Further Exploration: * Wingate Test: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wingate_test * What is Glycogen?: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glycogen * Sounds of the Lyrebird: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjE0Kdfos4Y * Fatberg in London: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-41238272 _______________ Produced by Byron Knight Camera by Christoph Ashok Edited by Pat Bell https://www.imdb.com/name/nm6271907/ & the multi talented Storm Stewart https://www.instagram.com/stormyjazzy/?hl=en Podcast Assistant is expertly provided by Amanda Taylor Art & Design by Alice Vandy ___ Disclaimer: The information provided by The Earth Locker (“we,” “us” or “our”) on The Earth Locker Podcast and our mobile application is for general informational purposes only. All information on the Podcast and our mobile application is provided in good faith, however we make no representation or warranty of any kind, express or implied, regarding the accuracy, adequacy, validity, reliability, availability or completeness of any information on the Podcast or our mobile application. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCE SHALL WE HAVE ANY LIABILITY TO YOU FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND INCURRED AS A RESULT OF THE USE OF THE INFORMATION IN OUR PODCAST OR OUR MOBILE APPLICATION OR RELIANCE ON ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED ON THE SITE AND OUR MOBILE APPLICATION. YOUR USE OF THE SITE AND OUR MOBILE APPLICATION AND YOUR RELIANCE ON ANY INFORMATION ON THE SITE AND OUR MOBILE APPLICATION IS SOLELY AT YOUR OWN RISK. EXTERNAL LINKS DISCLAIMER The Site and our mobile application may contain (or you may be sent through the Site or our mobile application) links to other websites or content belonging to or originating from third parties or links to websites and features in banners or other advertising. Such external links are not investigated, monitored, or checked for accuracy, adequacy, validity, reliability, availability or completeness by us. WE DO NOT WARRANT, ENDORSE, GUARANTEE, OR ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ACCURACY OR RELIABILITY OF ANY INFORMATION OFFERED BY THIRD-PARTY WEBSITES LINKED THROUGH THE SITE OR ANY WEBSITE OR FEATURE LINKED IN ANY BANNER OR OTHER ADVERTISING. WE WILL NOT BE A PARTY TO OR IN ANY WAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MONITORING ANY TRANSACTION BETWEEN YOU AND THIRD-PARTY PROVIDERS OF PRODUCTS OR SERVICES. PROFESSIONAL DISCLAIMER This Podcast cannot and does not contain medical/health advice. The medical/health information is provided for general informational and educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice. Accordingly, before taking any actions based upon such information, we encourage you to consult with the appropriate professionals. We do not provide any kind of medical/health advice. THE USE OR RELIANCE OF ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THIS SITE OR OUR MOBILE APPLICATION IS SOLELY AT YOUR OWN RISK. All content is solely owned and copyrights by The Earth Locker
1 hr 4 min
Radio Lento podcast
Radio Lento podcast
Hugh Huddy
Tidal water mirror still - a sound view from Canvey Island
A bird calls out. Its cry carries far out over the water on this, a rare day of no wind. Not even a breeze or a whisper of leaves in the trees. Cows low from farmland on the floodplain beside the Thames Estuary. From a hidden nest, little birds flutter in and out. What planes there are pass softly, almost inaudibly, but just enough to reveal the vastness of the bright afternoon sky. It's hanging on, the light, longer for a late November day. Away from the footpath down a thick grassy slope we found the water, at rest between the tides. Shallow over boot stealing mud, it was mirroring the sky. A corner within the landscape of visceral stillness. Tiny bubbles are popping on the surface of the water. Almost too delicate to hear. We lower the tripod to get the microphones closer, then carry on with our walk to let them record alone. To the keen ear, murmurs waft in from out over the estuary of curlew, avocet and geese. Crows caw. A horse neighs. The air vibrates. This isn't just a pastoral landscape beside a wild estuary, it is edgeland too. On the western horizon, three perhaps four miles distant are tall cranes at work shifting containers. They place and drop, each makes a gentle roll of thunder. It's the London Gateway Port. The still water bubbles and pops. The little birds flutter back. Walkers clink the gate up by the field but this spot is well hidden from view. And what was that? Something plopped into the water. Or jumped out of it? Who knows, there was no one here to see.
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