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"1000 women" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Laws not unilaterally create laws and that's what they were doing, and they're doing it in a way that clearly violates the equal protection clause. So whether you're a liberal Republican Democrat or Republican, if you are intellectually honest, you have to say what the Biden administration is doing is unconstitutional. And good luck with that general. That if you're if you're wrong Democrats you're not going to. But let me let me ask you Let me make another point to you. And it's this. We see a lot of carve outs here. You pointed out the carve out for illegal aliens. Unless this has changed the employees of the United States Postal Service don't fall under the mandate. He met with union bosses to try and Discussed with them the mandate and so forth and so on the politics That devours the science and so many respects here. Uh, seems to me if you ever get the oral argument, and that sort of thing seems to me is, uh, quite pronounced, is it not? Absolutely. And as we discovered in the discovery in one of our lawsuits against the vitamin ist rations, not enforcing existing federal law over their interim guidance on not deporting people that were here legally and during that course of that we found, you know, we interviewed Officials, ice officials and they knew what they were doing. We were endangering our community. So if we can get to discovery and we can find out what's really going on, even during the course that litigation, we found out that that political pressure was put on the White House and that's where they had carve outs as to who would be deported. It wouldn't And if you look, this is how arrogant the left is Mark. If you look at the statements from the chief of staff and what the president's own folks and spokespeople are saying, they literally are talking about the quote unquote ultimate work around, so they know what they're doing. Is inconsistent with the Constitution, and they don't care because it's the ultimate arrogance and the ultimate humorous and that's why it's so dangerous when you have this concentration of power in D. C. Because if you're one of the favorite classes if you're one of the postal unions if you're one of the favorite groups There's one set of rules for you, and there's one set of rules for people to hardworking taxpayers, and it's just not right. And that's why I said that earlier about joining together because we really we all need to fight this because once you see this kind of arbitrary power to D C or that the president can you act like King George and do whatever he wants, will never going to get back at the people, and that's why I got to fight these battles now and as you said. This is just the first torpedo in the water. There will be other lawsuits, especially if they actually try to promulgate any of these rules. And attorney general. It's always believe for some reason that the acts Of centralized government is so noble And so reasoned. Um And I'm sure you've looked at the U. S Supreme Court the history you have the Jacobs from case but you have a subsequent case about 20 years later. With the court ruled that the forced sterilization of what they called idiot women. Uh, was in fact a power that the federal government could exercise and they sterilize 60 or so 1000 women against their will. Or without their consent. And so we have a court and we could talk about Plessy. We could talk about all kinds of decisions that have come out of the Supreme Court. Some good some bad, some irrelevant. And the idea that we would continue to support the centralization of this kind of power because we believe the central government is so noble. Defies the facts, doesn't it? Absolutely, And you know, you refer to the Jacobson case. And let's not forget that that was a case involving the scope of police power of a state. I think even 100 years ago or the framers of our Constitution understood that the federal government does not exercise police powers when it comes to public health safety welfare. Those were issues that were supposed to be left to the states. Obviously to read federalist 45 51. They understood that and furthermore, to do the justice Holmes famous opinion in the sterilization case about, he said, three generations are enough. You know, That's the problem that the left progressives don't understand. They believed that there's these enlightened people that can tell us how to live our lives. And if only the experts right. The experts are in charge that everything will be fine. It's kind of that Marxist notion that only get the right people in charge. Now That's how society forces it's fundamentally wrong, but it's also unconstitutional and the genius of our framers was. They understood that there is a need to have these checks and balances not only among the executive, legislative and judicial branches but also the states where the ultimate check and we need to zealously guard. Are authorities states. We need to uphold federalism. And quite frankly, what Biden is doing is dumb in all 50 states should agree. And of course they won't now. I don't know what your plans are. Do you have a few minutes to wait after the break? I have a few more questions for you. Sure. Alright. I'm on with the really outstanding attorney General of Arizona. Attorney General Barnevik, five endorsed in the Republican primary for the United States Senate as well. And I my question When I come back as this, you really highlighted or crystallized a very important point. You know, the president has a lot of authority when it comes to immigration and securing the border. He has no authority to do. What he's doing with small businesses are large businesses. And yet when it comes to his actual authority.

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"1000 women" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On September 11th 2001 the world changed, I said, this is it. This is the bomb. They did it. I'm Jim O'Grady with the story of a new American who risked everything to try to take down a terrorist cell. You have to talk like a terrorist. You have to think like a terrorist blind spot. The road to 9 11 from the History Channel and W N. Y C studios tuning Saturday morning at 11 on w N. Y C and w N y c dot org This is w N. Y. C. 93.9 FM and AM 20, NPR News and the New York conversation. Today. Fresh Air, remembers the actor Michael K. Williams by listening back to his interviews. He died Monday in Brooklyn. His credits include the Wire Boardwalk Empire, and when they see us, and he's currently nominated for an Emmy for Lovecraft Country. Tune in at two on 93.9 FM or ask your Smart Speaker to play W N. Y. C. This is all of it on W N Y C. I'm Alison Stewart on September 1st, a Texas law banning most abortions. After six weeks went into effect, It is the most restrictive abortion law in the country. Advocates of the bill gave it a misleading name, calling it the heartbeat law banning abortion after what they say is cardiac activity in an embryo. Medical experts say the term is species because embryos don't possess a heart that that development of stage. That six week mark In a 54 vote, the Supreme Court refused to block the new law, which makes no exception in the cases of rape or incest. The law would also allow private citizens to sue anyone who performs and abortion past this limit, or quote AIDS and abets a procedure. Considering many women do not even know they're pregnant at six weeks. This new policy will likely mean that many more people seeking an abortion in Texas will be denied. But what might happen to those who are deprived of this procedure? What happens to their lives? Thanks to research at the University of California, San Francisco Democrats demographer Dr Diana Green Foster and her team We know quite a bit about what happens to women who don't receive an abortion they wanted Dr Foster Helms. The turn away study a project was spent 10 years following the lives of women who saw an abortion researchers recruited these women and clinics across the country. Dr Foster and her team found women who are just weeks or days away from a cut off date like the one in Texas but were able to secure an abortion. And then they found women who were just past the time limit and were denied the procedure. The researchers wanted to examine the effects of receiving an abortion as chartered over a decade. So they followed up with each woman as they recruited twice a year for the women they recruited twice a year for about five years. Here's what they found. Quote. We find no evidence that abortion hurts women. For every outcome we analyzed. Women who received an abortion were either the same or more frequently, better, often women who were denied an abortion. Their physical health was better. Their employment and financial situations were better. Their mental health was initially better, and eventually the same. They had more aspirational plans for the coming year. They had a greater chance of having a wanted pregnancy and being in a good romantic relationship, years down the road and the Children they already had. We're better off to Given the recent Texas ruling. We want to learn more about Dr Foster's work and joining me now is Dr Diana Green Foster, head of the turn away study and author of the book The Turn Away Study, 10 Years 1000 Women and the Consequences of having Or being denied an abortion. Doctor Foster. Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me Alison. So you write on Page six. The turn away study was the first of its kind to investigate how abortion affects women by comparing those who get an abortion and those who want one. But don't get it. It would seem that someone would have studied this before, but apparently no. So what kind of studies were being done into the effects of abortion before this one, and what kind of studies were being cited in law? Yeah, it isn't actually that easy to study abortion and the studies that had been cited by law, for example, um, recruited people, one that was particularly impactful. With the Supreme Court recruited people who had, um, who had joined some support group for folks who were having trouble coping with their abortion. So clearly, it selected people who are having problems and we didn't know if those experiences were representative or not, And that definitely is not the right way to do an unbiased study. And so we really wanted to know. What's the effect among people that represent abortion patients generally. Can tell us a little bit about the conditions of the study who you were interviewing how long you were following the women? How many women you spoke with? Yeah. So we recruited about 1000 women from 30 abortion facilities across the country and and we picked these facilities because they provided the latest abortions within 100 and 50 Miles, So we were hoping For the sake of science that we would find people who upon being denied an abortion would carry the pregnancy to term and we would see what the effect of not having access to abortion was on people's lives compared to people who did receive an abortion and at those sites, we recruited people who are just under the limit who received their abortion. But since many of these sites had limits in the second trimester, and the vast majority over 90% of people who get abortions actually do it. In the first trimester. We also recruited a first trimester samples so we'd know you know what's the effect of having earlier abortion or later abortion compared to no abortion, all among people who were in the circumstances where they did not want to carry a pregnancy to term. You write in your book, The turn away study brings powerful evidence about the ability of women to foresee consequences and make decisions that are best for their lives and family. How did you see this play out in the Yeah. So one of the most interesting things is at the very first interview one week after they either received or denied an abortion. We asked people their reasons for wanting to end this pregnancy. And they gave us reasons that closely aligned with um other, uh, clinic based studies of people getting abortions, So the most common reason people give is that they don't feel like they can financially afford to support a child or another child. Um, that it's not the right time for a baby that their relationship with the man involved isn't strong enough to support a child that they need to take care of the Children they already have, Um, that will interfere with future opportunities, like completing their schooling. And when we look at these reasons that people give us They exactly line up with the consequences of being denied an abortion. When people are deciding about having an abortion, they understand that they're pregnant, and if they continue to be pregnant, they'll have a child. They understand what the consequences will be for their lives. And so I really one of the, um you know, you could look at the various outcomes that we found where women were better off if they were received an abortion. Then they were denied one, for example. Economically, they were better off their physical health was better off. They were able to take care of their existing Children with more economic security. And all of those outcomes were, uh, given us reasons by people about why they wanted to have an abortion. They were making decisions. Understanding the consequences of carrying a pregnancy to term. My guess is Dr Diana Green Foster. She's the author of the Turn Away.

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"1000 women" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Flooded the sidewalk outside the courthouse and down. On L. A yesterday as a judge inside ruled that the singer could hire her own lawyer and Spears spoke again, saying her dad should be charged with conservatorship abuse what she was saying and what she was telling them. I mean, it's just breaking your heart. Spears has dropped the attorney appointed to represent her in 2000 and eight in exchange for Hollywood attorney Matthew Rosen guard. Finally she'll have someone who is in her corner advocating for her in downtown L, A Christian Karl. Okay, fine news. Johnson and Johnson is recalling five sunscreen products because of a chemical found in them that can cause cancer. The company says benzene was found after internal testing and testing done by an independent lab. Johnson and Johnson says it's investigating how the chemical got into the products. The recall includes one of the no sunscreen and four new Neutrogena sunscreens. I will tell you that one of these was in a two pack that my mom bide at Costco, and actually, she left me one. And so last night when I saw it, it was one of the Neutrogena sunscreens. And when I saw it, it's called. It's in a yellow tube or in a yellow spray can called beach defense. That's one of them. That's on the list. So I called her and she said, Yep, I got it in a two pack at Costco. So if you've got a Neutrogena one at Costco That's just my head's up. I know that's where it was sold is all I'm saying. Governor. Newsom is encouraging people in Southern California who are not yet vaccinated against Covid 19 to consider getting a shot, he says it's the only way to stop the pandemic. His comments come as L. A county health officials report more than 1300 infections were confirmed yesterday. He They blame the continuing rise in Covid 19 cases on the Delta variant, which is considered much more contagious than the other virus strains. A Department of Justice Report says the FBI didn't do enough to investigate claims of sexual assault against former USA Gymnastics doctor and convicted sex offender. Larry Nassar report slams the FBI, saying it also failed to respond with the urgency the allegations required. And failed to take other steps to mitigate the ongoing threat posed by Nasser ABC. S Pierre Thomas, says the report states. The FBI first got reports about Nassar's abuse in 2015, but it took several months for anyone to do anything. In fact, I don't think that they started the investigation until 2016 NASA is currently in prison following more than 150, women and girls, saying he sexually abused them over a 20 year span. The court is dismissed charges involving two women who accused a surgeon from Newport Beach and his girlfriend of rape in 2018 while running for re election. Former Orange County D a. Tony Rackauckas indicated to reporters he thought Grant Robichaux and Theresa Riley may have drugged and raped 1000 women videos. Do you have different victims?.

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"1000 women" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great study because what they did. He was very interesting this out of the journal Neurology, and what they did is they checked the omega three level in the red blood cells of women. 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old. At this point, they did MRIs scans of the women's brains. And what they found. Steve. This is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells, the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining more of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the MRI measurements. That's really cool, but not only that is a very important part of the brain noticed the hippocampus. Very important part of the brain that facilitates learning facilitate memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much making through someone's taking in. So if you take omega three, she will raise your Omega Three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega threes. You raise that. So you want to have More omega threes in your bloodstream. Very important. That's how it infuses into all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain, etcetera. So take the krill Omega 50. Plus you get the krill oil 67% more krill oil So fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil, vitamin D and there as well as this anthem for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain, protect your memory. Facility that quick that youthful thinking that's so fun to have when you feel sharp. When you feel like your brain is working Great. You have that brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better. Your weekend a bid. You have that energy. You feel mentally alert. You feel alive. That's the way I want to feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this cruel Omega 50. Plus, we want people to feel younger. We want people to maintain their youthful vigor and attitude. And that's what this curl Omega 50 Plus is all about. All right. I got to tell you, Doc. Carolina. I take the krill Omega 50 Plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pills that is so small. I mean, it's so easy to take and so much better than trying to swallow one of those Omega three horse pills. You know the bigger ones. Anyone can take these with ease, and that's what's great about it. Tell us how did you supercharge this formula, while the same time shrinking the capsule size? How do you do that? Right? It's so so amazing. This is really breakthrough. Stephen. I mean, for those of you that are picturing this huge will make it three pill. It's not like that. These are tiny. They're so small. Anybody can swallow these, my son, Corey. Has trouble swallowing pills. He gets these down like they're nothing. They're much smaller. They're easy to swallow. And now with our lemon lock flavor system, which I didn't even talk about before you open the bottle up, Steve. It smells like lemon. We lock in the freshness again extra antioxidant protection. Extra krill oil high omega three fish oil supercharging the amount of omega threes in their vitamin D. What of value here Easy to swallow. Super fresh again. My patients if they were getting this stuff before they saw me they could be spending 75 $80 to get this combination, so an incredible value. And here's what I want you to do. Pick up the phone pretty quick, because believe it or not, 1000 sounds like a lot, but it's not Steve on bigger radio stations. They move fast, Right, right Call soon Get your free bottle of Krill, Omega 50. Plus, everybody's getting that. Don't worry. You're definitely going to get that. But if you wanted the 1st 1000 callers, then you get the free B 12 energy melts. You know, we need to talk about that one more time. But I wanted to get there too. And I demanded this because this is chronometer 50. Plus, we want this but the folks Hey, if you're in your forties and you feel run down, it's great for you to but fifties sixties seventies folks in that age bracket, they're not absorbing the B 12 as well because they're losing some of the intrinsic factors in the GI tract that responsible for absorbing to be 12. Now you put two B 12 energy melt on your tongue. He's delicious, and it just gets in there and boosts up those levels of B 12. What do you feel when you boost your level of B 12? If you had been low, you feel more energy because B 12 Helm state. The red blood cells carry oxygen to the tissues. Helps burn your carbs for energy. Great for the hair, skin and nails..

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"1000 women" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"By calling 1 805 118 42 again 1 805 118 42, Doc, this study you sent me on this omega threes and the memory is amazing. It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this, would you? Right. This was a great study an important study because what they did. He was very interesting. This had of the journal Neurology, and they check the Omega three level in the red blood cells of women 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study of 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old at this point He did MRI scans of the women's brains and what they found. Steve, This is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had higher Omega three index is, in other words, they had more omega threes in their red blood cells. The women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining more of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the MRI measurements. That's really cool, but not all. That is a very important part of the brain noticed the hippocampus very important part of the brain that facilitates learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure. How much make it three someone's taking in. So if you take omega three, she will raise your Omega Three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega threes you raised it up to you want to have More omega threes in your bloodstream. Very important. That's how it infuses into all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain, etcetera. So take the krill Omega 50. Plus you get the krill oil 67% more krill oil so fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil, vitamin D in there as well as his anthem for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain. Protect your memory facility that quick. Youthful thinking that's so fun to have when you when you feel sharp when you really could bring his working great. You have that brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better your weekend a bit. You have that energy. You feel mentally alert. You feel alive. That's the way I want to feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this krill Omega 50. Plus, we want people to feel younger. We want people to maintain their youthful vigor and attitude. And that's what this cruel Omega 50 Plus is all about. All right. I got to tell you, Dr Levin, I take the krill Omega 50 Plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pill is that it's so small. I mean, it's so easy to take and so much better than trying to swallow one of those Omega three horse pills, you know the bigger ones. Anyone can take these with ease, and that's what's great about it. Tell us how did you supercharge this formula, while the same time shrinking the capsule size? How do you do that? Right? It's so so amazing. This is really breakthrough. Stephen. I mean, for those of you that are picturing this huge Omega three pill. It's not like that. These are tiny They're so small. Anybody can swallow these. My son. Quarry has trouble swallowing pills. He gets these down like they're nothing. They're much smaller. They're easy to swallow. And now with our lemon lock flavor system, which I didn't even talk about before you open the bottle up, Stephen. It smells like lemons. We lock in the freshness again extra antioxidant protection. Extra krill oil high omega three fish oil supercharging the amount of omega threes in their vitamin D What a value here easy to swallow super fresh, great value again. My patients If they were getting this stuff before they saw me you could be spending 75 $80 to get this combination so an incredible value. And here's what I want you to do. Pick up the phone pretty quick, because believe it or not, 1000 sounds like a lot, but it's not Steve on bigger radio stations. They move fast, Right, right Call soon Get your free bottle of the krill. Omega 50. Plus, everybody's getting that. Don't worry. You're definitely going to get that. But if you wanted the 1st 1000 callers, then you get the free B 12 energy melts. You know, we need to talk about that one more time. But I wanted to get there too. And I demand this. Because this is chronic a 50. Plus, we want this for the folks. Hey, if you're in your forties, and you feel run down, it's great for you to But 50 60 seventies folks in that age bracket. They're not absorbing two B 12 as well because they're losing some of the intrinsic factors in the GI tract that are responsible for absorbing the B 12. So now you put two B 12 energy melt on your tongue. He's delicious, and it just gets in there and boost shut those levels of B 12. What do you feel? When you boost your level of B 12 If you had been low, you feel more energy. Because B 12 helps meet the red blood cells carry oxygen to the tissues helps burn your carbs for energy. Great for the hair, skin and nails..

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"1000 women" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great study because what they did. He was very interesting this out of the journal Neurology, and whether it is they check the omega three level in the red blood cells of women. 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old. At this point, they did MRI scans of the women's brains. And what they found. Steve. This is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells, the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining more of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the M R. I measurements that's really cool, but not only that is a very important part of the brain noticed the hippocampus. Very important part of the brain that facilitates learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much making three someone's taking in. So if you take omega three, she will raise your Omega three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega three as you raise that, so you want to have more omega threes in your bloodstream. Very important. That's how it infuses into all the cells. Brains into the joints into the brain, etcetera. So take the Crillon maker 50. Plus you get the cruel oil 67% more Kfir loyal, so fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil, vitamin D in there, as well as the xanthan for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain, protect your memory facilitate their quick that youthful thinking that's so fun to have When you feel sharp when you feel he could bring his working great. You have the brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better. Your weekend a bid. You have that energy. You feel mentally alert. You feel alive. That's the way I want to feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this cruel Omega 50. Plus, we want people to feel younger. We want people to maintain their youthful vigor, an attitude and that's what this cruel Omega 50 Plus is all about. All right. I got to tell you, Dr Levin, I take the krill Omega 50 Plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pills that is so small. I mean, it's so easy to take. And so much better than trying to swallow one of those Omega three horse pills. You know, the bigger ones. Anyone can take these with ease, and that's what's great about it. Tell us how did you supercharge this formula while at the same time shrinking the capsule size? How do you do that? Right? It's so so amazing. This is really breakthrough. Stephen. I mean, for those of you that are picturing this huge Omega three pill. It's not like that. These are tiny. They're so small. Anybody can swallow these. My son Corey has trouble Swallowing pills. She gets seized down like they're nothing. They're much smaller. They're easy to swallow. And now with our lemon locks flavor system, which I didn't even talk about before you open the bottle of Steve. It smells like lemon. We lock in the freshness again. Extra antioxidant protection. Extra krill oil high omega three fish oil supercharging the amount of omega threes in their vitamin D. And what a value here easy to swallow. Super fresh again. My patients if they were getting the Stuff before they saw me. They could be spending 75 $80 to get this combination, so an incredible value. And here's what I want you to do. Pick up the phone pretty quick, because believe it or not, 1000 sounds like a lot, but it's not Steve on bigger radio stations. They move fast, Right, right Call soon Get your free bottle of the krill. Omega 50. Plus, everybody's getting that. Don't worry. You're definitely going to get that. But if you wanted the 1st 1000 callers, then you get the free B 12 energy melts. You know, we need to talk about that one more time. But I wanted to get there too. And I Demanded this because this is chronic 50. Plus, we want this but the folks Hey, if you're in your forties, and you feel run down, it's great for you to But 50 60 seventies folks in that age bracket. They're not absorbing the B 12 as well because they're losing some of the intrinsic characters in the GI tract that responsible for absorbing to be 12. So now you put two B 12 energy melt on your tongue. He's delicious, and it just gets in there and boosts up those levels of B 12. What do you feel when you boost your level of B 12? If you had been low, you feel more energy because Helps make the red blood cells carry oxygen to the tissues helps burn your carbs for energy. Great for the hair, skin and nails..

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"1000 women" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"1 805 118 42 Doc, this study you sent me on this omega threes and the memory is amazing. It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great study an important study because what they did. He was very interesting. This, added the journal Neurology and What they did is they checked the omega three level in the red blood cells of women 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study of 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old. At this point, they did MRI scans of the women's brains. And what they found. Steve. This is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had higher Omega three index is, in other words, they had more or make it threes in their red blood cells. The women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining more of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the MRI measurements. That's really cool, but not only that there is a very important part of the brain noticed the hippocampus. Very important part of the brain that facilitates learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much making three someone's taking in. So if you take omega three, she will raise your Omega Three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega threes you raised it up to you want to have More omega threes in your bloodstream. Very important. That's how it infuses into all the cell membranes into the joints into their brain, etcetera. So take the krill Omega 50. Plus you get the cruel oil 67% more quill oil so fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil, vitamin D in there as well as this anthem for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain, protect your memory. Facilitate that quick that youthful thinking that's so fun to have when you when you feel sharp when you feel he could bring his working, Greg, you have that brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better. You weekend a bid. You have that energy. You feel mentally alert. You feel alive. That's the way I want to feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this. Krill Omega 50. Plus, we want people to feel younger. We want people to maintain their youthful vigor and attitude. And that's what this scroll Omega 50 Plus is all about. All right. I got to tell you, Dr Levin, I take the krill Omega 50 Plus and one of the things and I absolutely love about the pills that is so small. I mean, it's so easy to take and so much better than trying to swallow one of those Omega three horse pills. You know the bigger ones. Anyone can take these with ease, and that's what's great about it. Tell us how did you supercharge this formula while at the same time shrinking the capsule size? How do you do that? Right? It's so so amazing. This is really breakthrough. Stephen. I mean, for those of you that are picturing this huge Omega three pill. It's not like that. These are tiny. They're so small. Anybody can swallow these, my son, Corey. Has trouble swallowing pills. He gets these down like they're nothing. They're much smaller. They're easy to swallow. And now with our lemon lock flavor system, which I didn't even talk about before you open the bottle up, Steve. It smells like lemon. We lock in the freshness again extra antioxidant protection. Extra krill oil high omega three fish oil supercharging the amount of omega threes in their vitamin D. And what a value here easy to swallow super fresh, great value again. My patients If they were getting this stuff before they saw me you could be spending 75 $80 to get this combination so an incredible value. And here's what I want you to do. Pick up the phone pretty quick, because believe it or not, 1000 sounds like a lot, but it's not Steve on bigger radio stations. They move fast, Right, right Call soon Get your free bottle of the krill. Omega 50. Plus, everybody's getting that. Don't worry. You're definitely gonna get this. But if you're one of the 1st 1000 callers, then you get the free B 12 energy melts. You know, we need to talk about that one more time. But I wanted to get there too. And I demand this. Because this is growing to 50. Plus, we want this but the folks Hey, if you're in your forties, and you feel run down, it's great for you to But 50 60 seventies folks in that age bracket. They're not absorbing the B 12 as well because they're losing some of the intrinsic factors in the GI tract that responsible for absorbing to be 12. So now you put two B 12 energy melt on your tongue. He's delicious, and it just gets in there and boosts up those levels of B 12. What do you feel?.

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"1000 women" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great study because what they did. He was very interesting this out of the journal Neurology, and what they did is they checked, he'll make a three level in the red blood cells of women. 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old at this point, they did M R. I scans of the women's brains. And what they found. Steve. This is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had Maura Omega threes in their red blood cells, the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining Morris of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the Emory measurements. That's really cool, but not only that there's a very important part of the brain noticing hippocampus. Very important part of the brain that facilitates learning facilitate memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had Maura Omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much I'm making three. Someone's taking in. So if you take omega threes, you will raise your Omega Three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega threes. You raise that. So you More omega threes in your bloodstream very important that they would infuses into all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain, etcetera. So take the Kremlin maker 50. Plus you get the krill oil 67% more krill oil so fantastic for the joints. You get the high Omega three fish oil, vitamin D, and there is well ask this anthem for extra antioxidant power and protect that praying. Protect your memory. Facility there quick that youthful thinking that's so fun to have When you feel sharp. When you feel he could bring his working great. You have that brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better. You wake at a bit. You have that energy. You feel mentally alert. You feel alive. That's the way I want to feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this. Troublemaker 50. Plus, we want people to feel younger. We want people to maintain the youthful vigor and attitude. And that's what this cruel make a 50 plus is all about. All right. I got to tell you, Dr Levin, I take the krill Omega 50 Plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pills that it's so small. I mean, it's so easy to take and so much better than trying to swallow one of those Omega three horse pills. You know the bigger ones? Anyone condemn these with ease, And that's what's great about it. Tell us how did you supercharge this formula? While the same time shrinking the capsule size? How do you do that? Right? So, so amazing. This is really a breakthrough, Stephen. I mean, for those of you that are picturing this huge will make it three pill. It's not like that. These are tiny. They're so small. Anybody can swallow these, my son, Cory. Has trouble swallowing pills he gets. He's down like they're nothing. They're much smaller. They're easy to swallow. And now with our lemon lock flavor system, which I don't even talk about before you open the bottle up Steve and smells like lemon. We lock in the freshness again extra antioxidant protection. Extra krill oil high omega three official supercharging the amount of omega threes in their vitamin D. What of value here Easy to swallow. Super fresh again. My patients. If they were getting the stuff before they saw me, they could be spending 75 $80 to get this combination so incredible value. Then here's what I want you to do. Pick up the phone pretty quick, because believe it or not, 1000 sounds like a lot, but it's not Steve's on bigger radio stations. They move fast. Call soon Get your free bottle of Cruel maker 50. Plus, everybody's getting that. Don't worry. You're definitely gonna get that. But if you're one of the 1st 1000 callers, then you get the free B 12 energy melts. You know, we need to talk about that one more time. But I wanted to get there too. And I demand this because this is growing again. 50. Plus we want this, But the folks say if you're in your forties and you feel run down, it's great for you, too. But 50 60 seventies folks in that age bracket, they're not absorbing to be 12 as well because they're losing some of the intrinsic factors in the G. I tract that responsible for absorbing to be 12. Now you put to be 12 energy melt on your tongue taste delicious, and it just gets in there and boosts up those levels of B 12..

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"1000 women" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great study because what they did. He was very interesting. This had a bit journal Neurology. And what they did is they checked the omega three level in the red blood cells of women. 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old At this point, they did M R. I scans of the women's brains and what they found. Steve. This is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had Maura Omega threes in their red blood cells, the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining Maura of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the Emory measurements. That's really cool, but not only that there's a very important part of the brain notice the hippocampus very important part of the brain that facilitates learning, facilitates memory and It was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much I'm making three. Someone's taking in. So if you take omega threes, you will raise your Omega Three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega threes. You raise that. So you want to have more omega threes in your bloodstream? Very important that I would infuses and all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain, etcetera..

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"1000 women" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The state Attorney general's office has filed a motion to dismiss several charges in a high profile rape case involving a surgeon from Newport Beach and his girlfriend. Case drew national attention during an election for Orange County D a in 2018. When the previous D A appeared to suggest that Dr Grant Robichaud and Teresa Reilly had drugged and raped 1000 women charges ended up including seven women, D A. Todd Spitzer was elected and decided to dismiss the case. But the judge wouldn't allow it. Now. Judge Stephen Bromberg wants to know why the state a G's office is also trying to dismiss becoming the neverending story. It just goes on and on and on. The whole four year convoluted mess is due back in court next month at the O. C. Superior Court, Corbin Carson Ko Phi knees L. A County Sheriff's Department is released a video of a man pistol whipping and robbing a lift driver in South El Monte. The driver's camera recorded the whole thing. At a gas station Tuesday, The Robert took the driver's cell phone and wallet after hitting him in the face a couple times with a gun. Like county Health director Barbara Ferrer says her team is reviewing the CDC is latest face covering revisions. For now, Ferrer says, fully vaccinated people can an unmasked indoors with other unmasked vaccinated people. But it doesn't apply to the workforce with a few exceptions when a worker is alone in a room when all people in the room are fully vaccinated and asymptomatic when people are eating or drinking more than six FT apart or when fully vaccinated, asymptomatic employees are outdoors. Rare, says she's waiting for specific guidance from the state Health Department. And also from Cal OSHA, which regulates safety in the workplace. In another sign that things are starting to return to normal, San Francisco says its historic cable cars will start rolling again this weekend. They've been sidelined for months because of the pandemic, The city says. It'll restore service of the vintage street cars that run along Market Street and the Embarcadero Starting tomorrow. Sharing is caring but streaming platforms. Don't think so. Netflix, Amazon and Disney Plus or some of the company's discouraging people from sharing their passwords to watch things. One research firm estimates passing passwords to other people will cost about $3.5 billion in Lost revenue. By 2024. It is slow in Calabasas on the one No one. Why is that? J Just crowded, really stopped outside of the one the one seeing delays coming away from Parkway, Calabasas all the way out to the 1 34. And then again, things bunch up out of Hollywood from that Santa Monica Boulevard to the 1, 10 north and side also pretty crowded. Already is. You're coming out of Sherman Oaks from Woodman all the way out to about Tampa Avenue Same story for heading out of Inglewood north bound side of the four or five coming away from the one. Oh, five. That's going to be busy out to the 10 sat down side, often on delays just for the one in one out of Sherman Oaks, and that's gonna be pretty crowded over to the 93 way. North and seven of 1 10 also bunching up coming out of south away from the one Oh, five over to the one of one when the stuff inside slows down, leaving stadium way open on over to Florence. And it's gonna be a pretty heavy right already through the go home past or found side of the 15 3 way in between the chief 15 and flag horn. Okay, if I and this guy helps get you there faster. I'm Jalen thinking of Southland weather from Ko Phi Sonny this afternoon, then becoming cloudy tonight with drizzle possible tonight and tomorrow morning.

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"1000 women" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Your Adele turns 33 years old. Today. News is next. Live from NPR News. I'm nor Rahm Ah Government report out today says the birth rate in the United States fell 4% last year to its lowest point on record. MPR's Giles Snyder has more. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says some 3.6 million babies were born in 2020. That translates to about 56 births per 1000 Women of childbearing age. The CDC says it's the lowest rate since federal health officials began keeping track about a century ago and half of what it was in the early 19 sixties. NPR's Giles Snyder, Experts say it's likely some people delayed having Children because of the pandemic and its effects on the economy. President Biden announced a new vaccination goal yesterday he wants 70% of US adults to have had at least one dose by the Fourth of July. He had previously announced the holiday as a target date for Americans to be able to gather in small groups. The president said his administration will now focus on getting vaccines, tomb or rural areas of the country. There's also the challenge of the vaccine resistors, those people who are reluctant to be vaccinated. Dozens of countries are urging the World Trade Organization to waive the patent protections of covert 19 vaccine makers. It would allow other countries to begin producing their own vaccines. NPR's Jackie Northam. Reports Expanding vaccine available across the globe is being looked at today by the WTO's general counsel. India and South Africa are leading the effort to suspend an agreement that protects intellectual property rights for the covert vaccine manufacturers. They say this would allow more countries to make their own copies of the vaccine or import generic versions. Pharmaceutical companies say if the agreement is relaxed, they risk handing over valuable technological know how to geopolitical competitors such as China and Russia. And that it could take years to stand up manufacturing plants in different countries. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Washington U. S. Diplomats are in London for meetings with the foreign ministers of the world's leading industrial nations. They say they will continue their activities despite some members of the India delegation testing positive for the coronavirus. Villa Marks has more. A State Department spokesman said the team around Secretary of State Antony Blinken would carry out their workers planned after two representatives from India tested positive for the coronavirus. The state spokesman said there was no reason to believe the U. S delegation was at risk. The UK is hosting the meetings and it's public health officials have told delegates. The stringent use of masks, social distancing and daily tests for the virus would allow diplomats to maintain their schedules. And is that the center of the world's worst current outbreak of the virus and its diplomats will now self isolate and join meetings. Virtually NPR NEWS I'm Billa marks in London. You're listening to NPR news. Live from news 88 7 in Houston. I'm Kyra Buckley in the Houston area. More renters have been evicted during the cove in 19 pandemic than almost anywhere else in the country. More than 18,000 cases have been filed within the city alone, according to data from January advisers. And now Houston, apartment occupancy and rents are on the way up this year after sliding during most of 2020 as news, 88 7 Story and Martin reports April saw more than 5000 apartment units being filled. Their lowest point during the pandemic. Houston's apartments were below 89% occupied and the average monthly rent was around 1000 and $40. Last month, occupancy was approaching 90% and the average rent was above 1000 and $70 rising sharply since December. Ruth Mike Lenny's with apartment data dot com, which released the numbers, he says April was one of the strongest months ever for the Houston apartment market, and he expects to trend to continue traditionally, you know, we're in the leasing season and then we've also got the reopening moment. Um, behind it all. So I would not be surprised if that number really jumps over the next 2 to 3 months like Lenny says the strongest growth is happening in the suburbs, just as it has throughout the pandemic. I'm Florian Martin in Houston Shelter in place was implemented for about an hour in Texas City yesterday afternoon after a small chemical release at a marathon oil refinery in Galveston Bay. Chemical was hydrogen fluoride, which is highly toxic and hazardous when inhaled. A spokesperson for the refinery told Houston public media that two employees were taken to the hospital as a precaution. Texas City officials say air quality readings came back as normal. Even has access to the Corona virus Vaccine increases some area health officials are concerned hesitancy will slow down efforts. However, a CVS pharmacy manager in North Houston says she's seen an increase in demand for the cove in 19 vaccine in recent weeks. Teresa Palmer says she's been offering the vaccine to her community since February. And says most of her customers are people of color. We want to make sure we were reaching out to those communities that maybe couldn't have access as some of the.

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"1000 women" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on KOMO

"Backwards. Jail inmates say no to the vaccine. I'm Corwin. Hey, Kwai. Public Health officials are worried We're going to see a little bit of sunshine. Today We'll talk traffic and the forecast coming up in four minutes. First An update from ABC News. Good morning. Come on news time six of one. From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston were expected to find out this hour whether former President Donald Trump will be let back on Facebook. He was banned following the January six right on Capitol Hill. The decision being made by Facebook's oversight board ABC News chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl. He's book itself was never the primary platform. He was a Twitter guy, and basically, Facebook would be a feed to post his tweets. That said, given the Twitter is gone, and Twitter has made it clear that they're not going to be letting Trump back on. Ever. This would give him that key platform. The former president's been setting up a Web site where his followers have been tweeting about what he says there. India's foreign minister is now self isolating in London after members of the Indian delegation at the G seven meeting in London have tested positive for covert President Biden announcing a new vaccine schedule. He is hoping to have 70% of American adults vaccinated by the fourth of July. The U. S. Birth rate falling in 2020 by 4% to CDC says about 3.6 Million babies were born in the U S last year, which means the U. S birth rate has now fallen to about 56 births per 1000 women of childbearing age, the lowest rate on record and about half of what it was in the early 19 sixties. That means the current generation is getting further away from having enough Children to replace itself. Experts say the pandemic likely played a role in the drop last year. But since many of the pregnancy's began before the pandemic hit, researchers say they're working on a follow up. Report. Marco Malard, ABC News protests in Mexico City Following the elevated train derailment Monday night, the left two dozen people dead protesters chanting the people, United will never be defeated. They're demanding a thorough investigation into Monday night's deadly overpass collapse. Made growing calls for a safety probe of the city's entire mass transit says Heavy seas Tom Rivers at the Foreign desk. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed..

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"1000 women" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Congress to provide more funding for Investigating and prosecuting domestic terror, saying it poses an accelerating threat that keeps him up at night. Garland did not name specific violent groups and testimony to Congress on Tuesday, But members of the far right proud boys and oath keepers are among the more than 400 arrested for the deadly January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol by a former president. Trump's supporters on Garland asked about what keeps him up at night during testimony yesterday when I was serving on the House Armed Services Committee Popular question that we would ask the Joint Chiefs of Staff and others is, you know what keeps you up at night regarding the safety of the United States of America? Right? So, my Oh, um Is to protect the Constitution and Americans from all enemies, both foreign and domestic. On DSA so over forms of terrorism are of extraordinary concern to me. Way never want to take our eyes off of what happened on 9 11 and the risks. Eventually a country continues to face from foreign origin, a terrorist attacks on the homeland. Um, Likewise, we have a growing fear of domestic violent extremism on domestic terrorism. On both of those keep me up at night. Every morning. Virtually every morning, I get a briefing from the FBI and both one of the other or both areas. Uh, since the last time I was in the Justice Department when both work concerns as well, Uh, the elite Fallon E of weapons available to these kind of terrorists, both foreign and domestic has increased. All the consequence for the Internet on de encryption means that they can send information and make plans much more swiftly and in greater secrecy than could have been done before. So we have Ah, An emerging on accelerating threat on the department is putting its resource is into defending the country of a suspected both And perhaps to his point, self described member of an anti government extremist group accused of taking advantage of the unrest after George Floyd's death to raise money for his movement is Pleaded guilty. Authorities say Michael Solomon of Minnesota sold silencers another firearm parts. The FBI informants he thought were members of the mosque terror group He faces 20 years behind bars. Prosecutors have say Solomon knew of five Boogaloo Boyd members who traveled the Minneapolis after he invited people on Facebook to provide armed security for black lives matter. Demonstrators. Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that after the protest subsided, Solomon said the group look for ideas toe raise money for their cause. Speaking of money selling vaccines during the pandemic, boosted visors bottom line and proved that a strategy it embarked on over a decade ago, is now paying off handsomely. The New York based pharmaceutical giant earned 4.9 billion the first three months of the year and dramatically raised its profit forecast. On the prospect of booster shots for the covert 19 vaccine, Visor CEO Albert Borland told CNBC. The visor vaccine is effective against all current variants, but the company is preparing for the likelihood of One that could evade protection. Let's say that we should be looking at the data and with all the data you've collected so far, there is no varia that we have identified that escapes the protection of our vaccine. Even the South Africa that has bean Virility being the one but it is the most challenging one. Our studies in South Africa demonstrated 100% efficacy, and we know that it was not easy for Alexis the most great efficacy there. Nevertheless, we are working on your variance and because of that possibility, but one of them will eventually. Evade the protection of our vaccine. Is that so? We are developing right now. Violet has developed the area for the South African mutant. But it is in the clinic and we're going to see If we need a specific vaccine or not, but that will also used as a regulatory pass away. What you want to do. It is to make sure but if a single variant is identified that it is escaping the protection of our vaccine. We will be ready within 100 days from that day to be able to have wanted this manufacturer and the file submitted to regulatory authority. The company, along with its German partner buying Tech anticipates strong revenue from the vaccine and booster shots for the next three years. The birth rate in the US dropped 4% in 2020 to the lowest level in 42 years, according to a new report for the CDC National Center for Health Statistics. Data published Wednesday, coming from more than 99% of the birth certificates issued in the U. S and 2020 2020, the sixth year in a row, where the number of births in the U. S dropped. The rate for teenage girls between the ages of 15 and 19 also plummeted. 8% Total fertility rate, which looks at the average number of times a woman will give birth over the course of her lifetime fell to 1637.5 per 1000 women. The CDC says. In order for a generation to be replaced. That rate needs to be at about 2100 births per 1000 women. The top ranking House Republican, renewing his party's attack on Major League Baseball for pulling the All Star game out of Georgia over voting law concerns. Speaking at a suburban Atlanta restaurant where people were lined up to dine on Tuesday, Kevin McCarthy accused President Biden of pulling one over on Major league baseball, saying. Baseball was misled by the president criticism of the law. Wish Major League Baseball would learn the lesson from this. The do not make a rash decision to make informed decisions to read the bills before they make judgment. This'll movement in this country about woke nous has got to stop. You tried to help doing the P P P and others. But here in Georgia, the excitement everybody had knowing that they were going to get an All Star game. It was going to give you really the opportunity to kick start the economy one more time and people coming out. Georgia Democrats and Republicans have only themselves to blame since Republican votes pushed it through the Georgia General Assembly and Republican Governor Brian Camp. Signed it into law. Speaking of baseball, Jean Carlo stands, bat bat may have been the only thing that was louder than the cacophony of booze and bad words that rain down from Yankees fans on the scandal..

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"1000 women" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"1000 women" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Garland wants Congress to provide more funding for Investigating and prosecuting domestic terror, saying it poses an accelerating threat that keeps him up at night. Garland did not name specific violent groups in testimony to Congress on Tuesday, But members of the far right proud boys and the oath keepers are among the more than 400 arrested for the deadly January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol by a former president. Trump's supporters. Garland asked about what keeps him up at night during testimony yesterday, when I was serving on a House Armed Services Committee popular question that we would ask the Joint Chiefs of Staff and others is, you know what keeps you up at night regarding the safety of the United States of America? Right, So my oath is to protect the Constitution and Americans from all enemies, both foreign and domestic. On DSA, So both forms of terrorism are of extraordinary concern to me. Way never want to take our eyes off of what happened on 9 11 and the risks that a country continues to face from a foreign origin, a terrorist attacks on the homeland. Um, Likewise, we have a growing fear of domestic violent extremism on domestic terrorism on both of those Keep me up at night. Every morning. Virtually every morning, I get a briefing from the FBI and both one or the other or both areas since the last time I was in the Justice Department when both work concerns as well. Uh, the leaf reality of weapons available to these kind of terrorists, both foreign and domestic has increased. The consequence of the Internet on de Encryption means that the bacon send information and make plans much more swiftly and in greater secrecy than could have been done before. So we have Ah, An emerging on accelerating threat on the department is putting its resource is into defending the country of a suspected both Man, perhaps to his point, self described member of an anti government extremist group accused of taking advantage of the unrest after George Floyd's death to raise money for his movement is Pleaded guilty, Authorities say Michael Solomon of Minnesota sold silencers another firearm parts. The FBI informants he thought were members of the Hamas terror group. He faces 20 years behind bars, prosecutors of say Solomon knew of five Boogaloo Boyd members who traveled the Minneapolis after he invited people on Facebook to provide armed security for black lives matter. Demonstrators. Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that after the protest subsided, Solomon said the group look for ideas toe raise money for their cause. Speaking of money selling vaccines during the pandemic, boosted visors bottom line and proved that a strategy it embarked on over a decade ago is now paying off handsomely. The New York based pharmaceutical giant earned 4.9 billion the first three months of the year in dramatically raised its profit forecast. On the prospect of booster shots for the covert 19 vaccine, Visor CEO Albert Borland told CNBC. The visor vaccine is effective against all current variants, but the company is preparing for the likelihood of one that could evade protection. Let's say that we should be looking at the data and with all the data has collected so far, there is no varia that we have identified that escapes the protection of our vaccine. Even the South Africa that has bean Let's see being the one. But it is the most challenging one hour spotted in South Africa demonstrated 100% efficacy and we know that it was not easy for Alexis the most great difficulty there. Nevertheless, we are working on your variance and because of that possibility, but one of them will eventually. Fade. The protection of our vaccine is there so we are developing right now very just developed the area for the South African mutant. It is in the clinic, and we're going to see if we need a specific vaccine or not, but that will also used as a regulatory pass away. What you want to do. It is to make sure about if a single variant is identified that it is escaping the protection of our vaccine. We will be ready within 100 days from that day to be able to have wanted this manufacturer and the file submitted to regulatory authority. The company, along with its German partner buying Tech anticipates strong revenue from the vaccine and booster shots for the next three years. The birth rate in the US dropped 4% in 2020 to the lowest level in 42 years, according to a new report for the CDC National Center for Health Statistics. Data published Wednesday, coming from more than 99% of the birth certificates issued in the U. S in 2020 2020, the sixth year in a row, where the number of births in the U. S dropped. The rate for teenage girls between the ages of 15 and 19 also plummeted. 8% Total fertility rate, which looks at the average number of times a woman will give birth over the course of her lifetime fell to 1637.5 per 1000 women. The CDC says. In order for a generation to be replaced. That rate needs to be at about 2100 births per 1000 women. The top ranking House Republican, renewing his party's attack on Major League Baseball for pulling the All Star game out of Georgia over voting law concerns. Speaking at a suburban Atlanta restaurant where people were lined up to dine on Tuesday, Kevin McCarthy accused President Biden of pulling one over on Major league baseball, saying. Baseball was misled by the president criticism of the law. I wish Major League Baseball would learn the lesson from this. Do not make a rash decision to make informed decisions to read the bills before they make judgment. Things movement in this country about woke. This has got to stop. We tried to help. Doing the P P p and others But here in Georgia, the excitement everybody had knowing that they were going to get an all Star game that it was going to give you really the opportunity to kick start the economy one more time of people coming out..

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"1000 women" Discussed on X96

X96

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"1000 women" Discussed on X96

"Look up the name Dub whose whose husband is done. I'm Gina. Gotta gotta ask Jeeves and ask who's dub and see how that goes. Anyway, she turned it down, she says now without Joe Biden. If he offers it to me now she's trying not to be political, she says. It was practical reasons both times, but Let's see fewer than 600 new cases of covert 19 reported in Utah On Monday. The state's death polo rose to 1668. Three more Utahns reported dead. From Cove ID. Um Palm Beach. They are reviewing Donald Trump's residency. At Mar a Lago take him out. There is a legal review Legal review suggesting that it might get kicked him out. Our weekly live there full time. Our town attorney is reviewing the agreement and the laws surrounding it, said Palm Beach Town manager Kirk Blown. Trump relocated to his Florida club on the morning of January, 20th after leaving office, the former president's decision to make Merrill ago his permanent residents could be a violation of rules set forward in a previous agreement. With the town when he decided to convert the private residence. So it was a private residence. At one time, he says. I want to convert it into a club and that was in 1993. Among those conditions were the club members, including Trump could only spend a maximum Number of days there consecutive days. Seven because it could have days Now you're saying Well, why wouldn't you just keep it a private residence because their tax reasons and he could make money on it. If you turned it into a club, and he can charge people membership fees as well, Yeah, but you can't have it both ways. So by the way, I'm charging now membership fees from my house. Your family members. Well, I've converted into a private club. So if anyone wants to come and be a part, you know and be able to gain access with a membership to my house. Private club for members Bill's house. You just need Tolo pay the private club membership fees to my house, and then they're pretty restrictive rules so you would I think you'd like it because the restrictive rules are that nobody can spend. More than 20 minutes here at a time. Is there a dress code? Yes, There is a dress code. You have to wear nothing but a robe. Private club for members. How much is the membership? Puffy $5000? That's a bit much that's a bit much. Well, depends on what you want out of life. You want quality, or you just want to go where everybody else goes. Let's see. And finally this Let's see. This was a survey done by A new survey says that the ideal number of sex partners You should have in your life is 13. I got some work to do He the team, the team at affairs. This'll is thistles, the affairs website illicit encounters. Survey had one of those surveyed 2000 of its users 1000 men 1000 women to find out what they would deem the optimal number for someone. They are dating. So let me get times. You ask your partner how you know how many of people have you slept with? Really? Let me get some music That's proper for you on this. Okay?.

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"1000 women" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"1000 women" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great study an important study because what they did. He was very interesting this out of the journal Neurology, and what they did is they checked the Omega three level. In the red blood cells of women 1000 women, older women, said. This is a big study 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old at this point, they did M R. I scans of the women's brains. What they found. Steve. This is so amazing. They found at the brain volume for the women that had higher Omega three indexes. In other words, they had Maura Omega threes in their red blood cells, the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining Morris of the youthful size of the brain in their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the Emory measurements. That's really cool, but not only that there's a very important part of the brain notice the hippocampus very important part. The brain that facilitates learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much I'm making three someone's taking in. So if you take omega threes, you will raise your Omega Three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega threes. You raise that up. So you want to have More omega threes in your bloodstream. Very important that habit infuses and all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain, etcetera. So take the cruel maker 50. Plus you get to krill Oil 67% more krill oil So fantastic for the joints. You get the high Omega three fish oil, vitamin D in there as well as this anthem for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain, protect your memory facilitate that quick. That youthful thinking That's so fun to have when you when you feel sharp when you really could bring is working Great. You have that brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better. You wake at a bit. You have that energy. You feel mentally alert. You feel alive. That's the way I want to feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this cruel Omega 50. Plus, we want people to feel younger. We want people to maintain the youthful vigor and attitude, and that's what this cruel mega 50 plus is all about. All right. I got to tell you, Dr Levin, I take the krill Omega 50 Plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pills that it's so small. I mean, it's so easy to take and so much better than trying to swallow one of those Omega three horse pills. You know the bigger ones Anyone concerned these with ease, and that's what's great about it. Tell us added to supercharge this formula, while the same time shrinking the capsule size. How do you do that? And write it? So, so amazing. This is really a breakthrough, Stephen. I mean, for those of you that are picturing this huge will make it three pill. It's not like that. These are tiny. They're so small. Anybody can swallow these, my son, Cory. Has trouble swallowing pills he gets. He's down like they're nothing. They're much smaller. They're easy to swallow. And now with our lemon lock flavor system, which I don't even talk about before you open the bottle up. Stephen smells like lemon. We lock in the freshness again. Extra antioxidant protection. Extra krill oil high omega three official supercharging the amount of omega threes and their vitamin D and what of value here? Easy to swallow super fresh, great value again. My patients. If they were getting the stuff before they saw me, they could be spending 75 $80 to get this combination so incredible value. And here's what I want you to do. Pick up the phone pretty quick, because believe it or not, 1000 sounds like a lot, but it's not Stephen. Bigger radio stations, they move fast. Call soon Get your free bottle of krill, Omega 50. Plus, everybody's getting that. Don't worry. You're definitely gonna get that. But if you wanted the 1st 1000 callers, then you get the free B 12. H e mails. You know, we need to talk about that one more time. But I wanted to get there too. And I demand this because this is chronic 50. Plus, we want this, But the folks hate if you're in your forties, and you feel run down, it's great for you, too. But 50 60 seventies folks in that age bracket, they're not absorbing to be 12 as well because they're losing some of the intrinsic factors in the G. I tract that responsible for absorbing to be 12. So now you put to.

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"1000 women" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"1000 women" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is the best of both worlds. This combination product. With the cruel and official. It's not one being better than the other. They're both great. And this is the best of both worlds, You know, Thank God for purity products. I'm serious seriously, because when you think about where our food supply is gone, and where we are today, we have to have something that allows us to feel better as we age to age gracefully. It's amazing to me. Was we talking? That's why I love the way the purity gives away the free bottles because you know, people could be skeptical. It would be skeptical, but now they could be skeptical. And they say, Okay, you know what this sounds? Pretty important. I'm going to give this a go. It's only gonna cost me 6 95, and they get it. They try it out and what they start to see, because it doesn't take long. Remember that joint studies seven days 28% more comfortable what they start to seize. Hey, I'm more comfortable. I feel better. They noticed their energy is better. And they realize Hey, you know what? This is important and they tell their friends and they tell their relatives and they tell their loved ones and purity has been doing business this way for I don't know, 20 years now and you know this is a great testimonial by Gracie five Out of five stars, she writes it. Works. I feel a difference in my joints after only one week. Also, you have the nicest staff. That's what that's what great that you have The nicest if people are gonna appreciate working with purity, they're fantastic company. They put their money where their mouth is. They give out free bottles and you try and you're like, Wow, This is great stuff. Thank God for purity. Let's talk about the heart health for a moment. It's probably the single greatest concern that people faces they age. So anything that we could do to boost heart health becomes really a top priority. You know this? I know this and those folks out there. No, this is Well, and I know you mentioned earlier that Omega threes literally lower our risk of coronary heart disease. Do I have that correct is that's a big statement, You know? Absolutely. I mean, protecting the heart is what put Omega three's on the map. Back in the seventies, Dr Dyrberg discovered you know how protective they were for the Eskimos. The bottom line is omega threes, protect our heart in so many ways they promoted smooth, rhythmical heartbeat important for the body's normal inflammatory response in the heart muscle. Inside the arteries and veins. They promote those youthful, flexible arteries. So important for circulation. They promote healthy blood platelet activity. Healthy red blood cell activity. They support a healthy blood pressure. That's very important. Tryg Lyssarides. So they do so much for the heart. So simply amazing Hardy. Oh, vascular protection with these Omega threes, Doc, this study you sent me on this omega threes, and the memory is amazing. It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great study because what they did. He was very interesting. This had a bit journal Neurology. And what they did is they checked the Omega three level in the red blood cells of women 1000 women, older women. This is a big study 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old at this point Did M r. I skins of the women's brains and what they found. Steve. This is so amazing. They found at the brain volume for the women that had Maura Omega threes in their red blood cells. The women that had more omega threes and their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining Morris of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the Emory measurements. That's really cool, but not only that there's a very important part of the brain notice that hippo can't Very important part of the brain that facilitates learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had Maura Omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much I'm making three. Someone's taking in. So if you take omega threes, you will raise your Omega Three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega threes. You raise that. So you want to have More omega threes in your bloodstream. Very important. That's how infuses and all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain, etcetera. So take the cruel maker 50. Plus you get the krill oil 67% more krill oil so fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil, vitamin D in there as well as this anthem for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain, protect your memory facilitate that quick that youthful thinking that's so fun to have When you feel sharp when you feel he could bring his working great you have Brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better. You weak at a bit. You have that energy. You feel mentally alert. You feel alive. That's the way I want to feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this cruel Omega 50. Plus, we want people to feel younger. We want people to maintain their youthful vigor and attitude. And that's what this cruel Omega 50 Plus is all about. All right. I got to tell you, Dr Levin, I take the krill Omega 50 Plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pills that it's so small. I mean, it's so easy. They take and so much better than trying to swallow one of those Omega three horse pills. You know, the bigger ones. Anyone contempt these with ease, and that's what's great about it. Tell us how did you supercharge this formula? While the same time shrinking the capsule size? How do you do that? And write it so, so amazing. This is really a breakthrough, Stephen. I mean, for those of you that are picturing this huge will make it three pill. It's not like that. These are tiny Anybody can swallow these. And now with our limit lock flavor system, which I don't even talk about before you open the bottle up. Stephen smells like lemon. We lock in the freshness again. Extra antioxidant protection. Extra krill oil high, omega three official supercharging the amount of omega threes in there..

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