Vegan, healthy lifestyle, COVID-19 vaccine: Interview with Dr. Alex McDonald
SELF Principle Podcast
Dr. Alex McDonald is a family medicine doctor with a specialization in sports medicine. He focuses on treating the whole person. He is a big believer in exercise, nutrition, and sleep. In this interview, he discusses his approach to fitness, whole-foods plant-based diet, and sleep. He also discusses the COVID-19 epidemic, which has claimed millions of lives.
#ThisIsOurShot movement, physicians educating about Covid and the vaccine. Join us as Dr. Alex McDonald convinces me to remove my tweet about my own fear, in the interest of the public good and to stand with my colleagues. COVID VACCINE TRUST lives with you and YOUR physician, your most trusted source in this pandemic.
Alumni alley episode 2: Alex McDonald | Captain's corner episode 1: Nathan Lin
H squared sports podcast
In this edition of the Call's H Squared sports podcast, Henry Chappell and Henry Joiner speak with Alex McDonald, 2019 KHS graduate, about his time at KHS, soccer career and preparations for his sophomore season as a goalkeeper at the University of Evansville in the second iteration of alumni alley. Afterwards, Chappell and Joiner speak with Nathan Lin, senior and captain of the boys' swim team, about the approaching season.
MEDICINE: Sports Safety and Returning to Exercise After COVID Infection | Alex McDonald, MD
COVID-19: Commonsense Conversations on the Coronavirus Pandemic
Recorded September 21st, 2020.Our guest today is Dr. Alex McDonald who is a Family physician and Sports Medicine specialist in the fields of physical activity, advocacy, health equity and policy. Dr. McDonald holds an undergraduate from Connecticut College as well as his medical Degree of the University of Vermont Larnar College of Medicine. He completed his medical internship at Duke University, Family Medicine residency and Sports Medicine Fellowship at Southern California Kaiser Permanente Fontana, CA.Your host is Dr. Ted O’Connell, family physician, educator, and author of numerous textbooks and peer-reviewed articles. He holds academic appointments at UCSF, UC Davis, and Drexel University's medical schools and also founded the Kaiser Permanente Napa-Solano Community Medicine and Global Health Fellowship, the first program in the U.S. to formally combine both community medicine and global health. Follow Ted on Instagram (@tedoconnellmd) and Twitter (@tedoconnell)! Dr. McDonald currently is a member of the Southern California Permanente Medical Group in Fontana, CA where he is involved with family medicine resident and sports fellow graduate medical education as well Clinical professor at the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine. He serves on the board of the California Academy of Family Physician as well as the Public Information Committee for the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. McDonald is also a member of the American Association of Sports Medicine and serves on the American Academy of Family Physicians Commission on Membership Services as well as Congress of Delegates. He serves as the team physician for the California State University San Bernardino and Upland High School. Links for this episodeTwitter: @AlexMMTriSubmit Your Questions for the PodcastSend an email to email@example.com or check out covidpodcast.comWhat Can You Do?You can help spread commonsense about COVID-19 by supporting this podcast. Hit subscribe, leave a positive review, and share it with your friends especially on social media. We can each do our part to ensure that scientifically accurate information about the pandemic spreads faster than rumors or fears. Remember to be vigilant, but remain calm. For the most trusted and real time information on COVID-19 and the coronavirus pandemic, both the CDC and WHO have dedicated web pages to keep the public informed. The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Producers: Christopher Breitigan.Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Alex McDonald – Starting his own business mid-lockdown after being made redundant
The Building Services Podcast
Alex is a seasoned engineering professional, a chartered engineer with a wealth of experience in Building Services, and when I heard he started an engineering consultancy of his own, mid-COVID-lockdown, there were several questions that ran through my head including: - Are you crazy? Is this going to work? - Is this the only option you had, that’s why you’re doing it? - Why are you so confident this is going to work but other businesses with more money and established brands are not so prepared to do this? So, I asked him all these questions… Additionally, and during our conversation, we touched on: Alex’s career steps, where to find less stress and more money, the challenges he’s expecting including those he shares with more established businesses, what success looks like to him and the advice he’d give to others who are unsure about where to invest. Connect & Interact with us and our guests on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter. Join our newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/0e0a47177bcb/newsletter-sign-up
Episode 208 of InterBrews was recorded at Astral Brewing in Houston, TX. Founder and Head Brewer Alex McDonald sat down with InterBrews host Josh Stewart, along with TD Mike Herrera to discuss the road to opening Astral Brewing, the beers we tried on the show including Pure Guava Gose, EarthRise IPA, Kraftwerk Kolsch and many more. We also discussed Alex’s PhD studies of Mad Cow and how to avoid it (Mad Cow not PhDs). We delve into sports and some really deep brewing theory as well. It’s the full spectrum from silly to serious for all to enjoy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/interbrews/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/interbrews/support
Episode 208 of InterBrews was recorded at Astral Brewing in Houston, TX. Founder and Head Brewer Alex McDonald sat down with InterBrews host Josh Stewart, along with TD Mike Herrera to discuss the road to opening Astral Brewing, the beers we tried on the show including Pure Guava Gose, EarthRise IPA, Kraftwerk Kolsch and many more. We also discussed Alex’s PhD studies of Mad Cow and how to avoid it (Mad Cow not PhDs). We delve into sports and some really deep brewing theory as well. It’s the full spectrum from silly to serious for all to enjoy. The post InterBrews 208: Alex McDonald at Astral Brewing first appeared on InterBrews.
At the start of 2018 the technology industry was hit by two new threats unlike anything it had seen before. Spectre and Meltdown used vulnerabilities not in operating system code or poorly written applications, but ones at a much lower level than that.This vulnerability was not only something of concern to today’s technology providers, but also to those looking at architecting the way technology will work in the future.As we try to push technology further and have it deal with more data, more quickly than ever before. The technology industry is having to look at ways of keeping up and have our tech work in different ways beyond the limits of our current ways of working. One of these developments is storage class memory, or persistent memory, were our data can be housed and accessed at speeds many times greater than they are today.However, this move brings new vulnerabilities in the way we operate, vulnerabilities like those exposed by Spectre and Meltdown and how did they look to exploit operational level vulnerabilities? and what does that mean for our desire to constantly push technology to use data in ever more creative and powerful ways?That’s the topic of this week’s Tech Interviews podcast, as I’m joined by the always fascinating Alex McDonald to discuss exactly what Spectre and Meltdown are, how they Impact what we do today and how they may change the way we are developing our future technology.Alex is part of the Standards Industry Association group at NetApp and represents them on boards such as SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association).In this episode we discuss* How Spectre and Meltdown work.* How this has changed with way the technology industry is approaching the future.*Risk mitigation*The Future and how the tech industry will get it right.Full show notes can be found here :- https://wp.me/p4IvtA-1yu
After a performance by Alex McDonald of the first movement of Beethoven's Sonata op. 2 no. 3, we wrap talking about Alex's battles with injury and his experience at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, discuss our favorite Darwin Awards, and hear Alex's best/worst gigs and pieces of advice. We finish with a rousing game of "Serial or Aleatoric."