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Inner Confidence and Outward Glow with Celebrity Makeup Artist, Lauren Miller

Nirvana Sisters

This week Amy and Katie sit down with celebrity makeup artist, Lauren Miller. The three chat makeup and skincare techniques plus Lauren gives loads of exciting product recommendations. Contouring tricks, false eyelash tips, how to achieve a fresh dewy look and so much more. Stay til the end, this week we have Lauren give us a product review on her new drug store, holy grail find. Follow us @nirvanasisters on InstagramSay hi at hello@nirvanasisters.comProducts mentioned/reviewed:Kevyn Aucoin eyelash curler Nars LagunaNars CasinoNars Radiant Creamy Concealer Trish McEvoy makeup brushes Tom Ford blush brushAnisa makeup brush cleanerIcon Shade tinted moisturizer with spf Bobbi brown lip balm Nars oil-infused lip tintYSL lip oil Clinique Pep Start eye creamCaudalie oil cleanser Makeup eraser L’Oréal 24 hour voluminous collagen mascara Bobbi Brown Maui illuminating bronzer Westmore Beauty body make upFenty Beauty blush sticks Lumify Eye Drops ELF eyebrow pencil Cetephyl Healthy Glow Daily Cream 


15 Apr 2021

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Toxicity In the Workplace, Finding Happiness, & Negotiating Your Needs (w/ Lauren Miller)

Take Back Your Career

On this episode guest and career coach Lauren Miller talks about toxicity in the workplace and how to overcome it, how to find happiness in your job and remain grateful, negotiating your needs, and much more! Lauren Miller is the owner of Lauren Carter Miller Coaching where she helps professionals who feel stuck in their career discern which path to take next and equips them with the tools to get to their destination. Lauren also has several years of experience as a career coach for students while at Purdue University before opening up her own practice. LinkedIn: Lauren Miller Instagram: @CareerCoachLauren http://laurencartermiller.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/takebackyourcareerpodcast/support


22 Mar 2021

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Meet the co-hosts ~ Pat Boury, RN, and Lauren Miller, MD

survive + thrive ~ conversations with breast cancer survivors

Welcome to survive + thrive  ~  conversations with breast cancer survivors!  This is the inaugural episode, where the co-hosts - Pat Boury, RN (oncology certified nurse) and Lauren Miller, MD (fellowship-trained breast radiologist) - share "the who and the why" of this new podcast.  Pat and Lauren will give insight into their personal and medical backgrounds, their inspirations for starting this podcast, and their hopes and goals for the podcast.  They share their medical experiences and knowledge that there are so many brave, strong, and courageous women who have fought the journey through breast cancer;  that this podcast will provide a voice for these women to share their raw, real, and emotional stories; and that these stories may offer hope and relatability to others.  Every story will be unique.  Every story is worth hearing.  


16 Mar 2021

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Beyond the Scope: Lauren Miller and Cullen Lilley

The PathPod Podcast

In this episode of BTS, Kamran Mirza (@kmirza) speaks to superstar medical students Lauren Miller (@LJMiller_MJ) and Cullen Lilley (@Cullen_Lilley) about their path to pathology, views on the pathology pipeline, value of social media in their professional impact and influence, and how to overcome the obstacles that impede medical students from appropriately considering pathology as a career in medicine. Be warned! these up-and-coming young leaders in pathology will have you convinced that pathology is the best career choice in medicine. The future is bright! Featured public domain music: US Army Blues, BugaBlue


19 Feb 2021

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#138 - Lauren Miller Rogen and Richard Isaacson, M.D.: Alzheimer’s disease prevention—patient and doctor perspectives

The Peter Attia Drive

Peter is joined by writer, director, actress, and founder of HFC, Lauren Miller Rogen, and previous podcast guest and director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian, Dr. Richard Isaacson. In this episode, Lauren tells the heartbreaking story of watching members of her family succumb to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) which motivated her to proactively address her own risk with Richard’s guidance. Richard discusses the various genetic and lifestyle factors that influence the risk of AD and uses Lauren’s unique situation to explain how he diagnoses patients and personalizes care. They go through Lauren’s protocol of preventative measures that have already produced marked results, and end with the uplifting message that one’s genetic predisposition does not seal one's fate. We discuss: Lauren’s deep family history of Alzheimer’s disease (3:10); The influence of genetics, epigenetics, and lifestyle on Alzheimer’s disease risk (13:45); Lauren’s mother’s disease progression and the enormous stress it causes for family members (24:30); The various manifestations of Alzheimer’s disease depending on the location of pathology (29:30); The three stages of Alzheimer's disease (34:45); Richard’s deep exploration into Lauren’s family history revealing clues about a diagnosis and a roadmap to successful disease mitigation (39:15); How exercise reduces Alzheimer’s disease risk, and the different risk between males and females (58:00); Why knowing your APOE status is important, and whether certain people should be wearier of head trauma (1:08:00); How Richard uses genetic testing to personalize care (1:14:45); The “ABCs” of Alzheimer’s prevention, lifestyle interventions, and Lauren’s personal protocol for reducing her risk (1:21:45); Unique treatment for people with the ApoE4 variant (1:36:30); Richard’s mixed opinion on CBD and THC as a tool for disease prevention (1:40:00); Cognitive testing procedures, and how Lauren’s tests furthered her commitment to her disease prevention protocol (1:41:45); The relevance of sense of smell and hearing in Alzheimer’s disease risk and prevention (1:50:00); The emotional benefit of knowing you have control over your mental and physical health (1:57:30); HFC—a charitable organization founded by Lauren and Seth (2:00:15); and More. Learn more: https://peterattiamd.com/ Show notes page for this episode: https://peterattiamd.com/laurenmillerrogen-richardisaacson/  Subscribe to receive exclusive subscriber-only content: https://peterattiamd.com/subscribe/ Sign up to receive Peter's email newsletter: https://peterattiamd.com/newsletter/ Connect with Peter on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram.

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23 Nov 2020

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Generational Legacy: Cultivating Your History to Grow Your Future w/ Lauren Miller

Flatten the Curve: Strengthen the Black Dollar

In this episode of Flatten the Curve: Strengthen the Black Dollar, we have Lauren Miller, CEO of LRMiller & Co. and Director of Business Development at Miller3 Consulting, Inc. In this discussion, we talk about the importance of knowing your history and acquiring knowledge transfer from your predecessors so that you can make the most significant impact possible. We cover a few topics such as generational wealth, continuing a legacy, and what it takes to build your own.


29 Oct 2020

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Episode 1: Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen - F**k Alzheimers

When I'm 64

In this special episode we talk to comedians Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen who reveal what it was like to care for Lauren’s mother who suffered from early onset Alzheimers when Lauren was just 25.The Rogens share a few of their coping mechanisms -  a sense of humor, brain healthy behavior - and the creation of their Alzheimer’s foundation - Hilarity for Charity (HFC).CONTENT ADVISORY: This episode contains strong language 


30 Sep 2020

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12. To Each Their Own- Jody Lauren Miller

Christians Who Drink Whiskey and Their Open-Minded Friends


3 May 2020

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3 Tactics to Stress Less w/ Lauren Miller

Sisters Strong


27 Mar 2020

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On The Job with Lauren Miller (Ep.362, Part 2 UnifiedAtWork)

The Special Chronicles Show

On The Special Chronicles Show Episode 362: We continue our UNIFIED AT WORK Podcast Original Series. Daniel Smrokowski talks to LAUREN MILLER, fellow Special Olympics Athlete Leader & United Airlines Service Ambassador, for an EXTRAORDINARY conversation about UNIFIED employment taking off at United Airlines in global partnership with Special Olympics. Daniel and Lauren talk about: Lauren's Backstory From Birth History to School History to Employment Journey Coming To United, Lauren's Hobbies of Theatre & Writing, Her 1st Boyfriend Garrett Anderson of 2 Years (Trivia related to This Show), Recount Journey from UA Job Shadow Day, Our Job Description, UA 2 Orientations, Employee Job Shadow Day in Houston 2019, Why Lauren Loves Working at UA, Comments on Groundbreaking Inclusive Employment at UA & SO, What Inclusion Means to Lauren, and much more! Access the podcast, video, show notes, links & more mentioned on this episode at http://specialchronicles.com/podcast362 Support This Podcast at http://specialchronicles.com/give Connect with us on social media: https://specialchronicles.com/socialmedialinks Send Daniel a TEXT to: 630-280-3082 Send audio and email feedback to feedback@specialchronicles.com The Unified At Work Show is a Special Chronicles Original Podcast. Visit https://specialchronicles.com/UnifiedAtWork to Listen and Subscribe to Full Episodes Free and On Demand or just search #UnifiedAtWork on all major podcast apps. The Special Chronicles Show is a Special Chronicles Original Podcast. Visit https://specialchronicles.com/Show to Listen and Subscribe to Full Episodes Free and On Demand or just search #SpecialChronicles on all major podcast apps. Join us during a LIVE taping of our podcasts. We livestream on YouTube & Facebook. Subscribe to our video channels and access our latest livestreams at http://specialchronicles.com/watch/live The post On The Job with Lauren Miller (Ep.362, Part 2 UnifiedAtWork) first appeared on Special Chronicles.


21 Mar 2020