35 Burst results for "Advil"

Coronavirus: Unmasking the Facts

Science Vs

07:28 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus: Unmasking the Facts

"It's been a week of social distancing for me. I finished a puzzle I cooked for the first time in a million years. Well I put more than three ingredients into a ball for overnight arts. I was pretty proud of myself. And like a lot of S. I was glued to news about this corona virus and I kept coming across questions around to specific things. Ibuprofen and mosques. So that's what we're diving into today. Some reports are saying that ibuprofen. The stuffing advil is making people with corona virus sicker and they should steer clear of the drug. So what's going on there but vast we want to talk about mosques we're hearing a lot about shortages healthcare workers that didn't have enough mosques and other. Ghia to keep them safe in Italy more than thirty five hundred healthcare workers have already gotten the virus in the US. We heard from those who worried they would be next. He's one of few of them told us they've told us that they're only going to give one mask every five days. What they're having a stew is really wear the same dirty mask over and over and over again and if we need a new mask we have to go in. Show the old one to our supervisor to prove why it needs to be thrown away. We get handed in ninety five mess. And we're supposed to keep them in bags and put our names on them and reuse them through today this moment we are already rationing or as a few days ago. Got to a point where almost completely out and we had to start using some of our masks and gowns horrifying. We're all completely horrified. We feel like we are soldiers being sent to war without the protective equipment that we need. A lot of people are scared to go to work all. This is starting to sound awful. So how important are these mosques? Healthcare workers and is it that bad to reuse them for this. We called up. Professor Ryan McIntyre an infectious disease expert at the University of New South Wales Australia. Hello Hello so let me. Just Reina has led several clinical trials looking at how Moscow's protect healthcare workers from respiratory viruses. And she's found that the best kind the one that healthcare workers need the end ninety. Five's you might have heard of these reina. Kohl's them respirate a mosques. They're the ones that look like. They kind of molded over your nose and mouth and how they feet. It's actually potted them magic. The way you can tell is a respirator. Fits tightly around? The face doesn't allow the leakage of air and health. Care workers should wear resprayed and Rhino. She has the data to show. How good these puppies? All in one of her studies. She took more than three thousand healthcare workers in Beijing and found that after a month those given in ninety five mosques had roughly half the infection rate of workers using those classical surgical mosques like the ones. You might see the dentist now. Not all studies have found this. But Reina's Ah some of the largest and best in this space what healthcare work is really need in this pandemic. Those ninety five respirator style mosques but as we heard from healthcare workers in some places on enough to go around. There's been a lot of talk of a healthcare workers having to reuse mosques sometimes for multiple days in a row. How risky is that? It probably carries some risk because Musket Contaminated. They get moist. And that's not good for you because bacteria can grow in a moist environment. But it's got no choice. That's like a really difficult dilemma. One solution to the shortage is to not only reuse mosques but to disinfect them so to find out what might work producing. Rose Rim learn. I'm cold up an expert in this very fields. My name is Rachel. Jones and my specialty area is actually around the exposures of healthcare workers to viral respiratory infections. That's that's handy it is Rachel. Who'S AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH. Told us that she'd been hearing of all kinds of things that doctors and nurses we using disinfect. Their respirators there was alcohol. Sprays bleach which we know can kill the virus. But you have to be careful so you don't breathe in a face full of bleach other places have been experimenting. With you irradiation. It can be used to disinfect respirators. And so you can. You can disinfect them. Yes that's great surprise their challenges and they haven't all been I think proven to work as robustly as we'd like them to work and it's not clear that you know all the healthcare facilities have the processes in place studies in the lab using special machinery have found that viruses can be killed with UvA radiation. But Rachel says a lot of hospitals in the US out set up for this kind of thing at the moment and so another idea has been popping up making mosques out of cloth like sometimes t shirt material yes. Crofting is joining the war movement. Some hospitals even calling on. Diy Croft as to so mosques to shore up the supply but can cloth. Stop a virus. Well Rachel says put down you needles and thread a lot of materials. Just aunt made to stop viruses space like think of teasha material. We liked t shirts because they airy and they don't make a sweat too much in viruses can roll right through them all those properties that we like in our T. shirt. Make them problematic to use as a mask. Because small particles have been demonstrated in experimental studies to move readily through cloth that is used asks like abandoned or a t-shirt the only clinical trial that we have on cloth mosques which had around a thousand doctors nurses found that they didn't work and in that study actually increased risk of viral infections. We don't know exactly why it's so interesting that the CDC has recommendations at say okay in dire straits it's like their last resort like if it's really dire straits it's a crisis there's nothing else you can wear cloth mask as a healthcare worker. Executive Vice. I don't think that's a good advice. I was really surprised that that came out as a recommendation as where some of my colleagues were saying to each other. Well mostly kind of snacking. Our foreheads going. Oh no mostly. We were just surprised because there really is no scientific evidence that That using a class mass offers any benefit to suggest. A cloth mask is is not based on science. And so it's important to separate out what is the science based type of controls. And what is the shortage based type of

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Decluttering in Uncertain Times Podcast

A Slob Comes Clean

04:27 min | 5 months ago

Decluttering in Uncertain Times Podcast

"Of my things I've realized is that a lot of my collecting of staff was for these possibilities in the future. You know like won't I be glad if such and such ever happened or if the world ran out of advil wouldn't I be glad that I had kept this expired advil and I mean like we're things even though I'm whatever even though I've come to the point where I've realized I don't think I would take it anyway if it's that far expired in so you know it's been a process of me letting go of lot of this and I think some of that. Some of my stuff collecting was like a hero complex. I was the person I talked about this in how to manage your home without losing your mind. My first book that I was the person that when my church needed cowboy boots to decorate for a vacation. Bible school I was like well. I've got fifty seven pairs. You know and it's kind of a long story and it has to do with because I used to buy them to put on Ebay but anyway that he wrote thing is part of why I had so much. Clutter now. I'm kind of in a time where you go kato. I need to step up and be a hero. I don't and I'm like what have I gotten rid of over the past ten years that we might desperately need as the world. Is You know who I'm not trying to be. You know alarmist or anything like that my goodness I know there's so many different ways to react to this. I'm just being honest with the thoughts that have gone through my head. Like when I thought about decluttering I thought wait. I may have gotten rid of some stuff in the past that we may need and then I started to doubt myself and I starting in this is not like a. Oh my goodness here. I am telling you guys this okay. Opportunity like this was going to be organized. It's not I'm just trying to be honest with you all say that these are the things that have gone through my head. Okay I found myself when I thought of decluttering feeling paralyzed thinking. We should probably just keep everything for right now. This is probably not the time for us to be getting rid of things because who knows what we're going to need you know if the grocery stores which I think they're going to stay open but you know what I mean like what. What if what if what if what if and it just made me feel like. Maybe I shouldn't declutter right now. But then as I move into the next section of this podcast where I'm hopefully not being quite as neurotic. I had to remind myself of the things that I'm so thankful for. That are results of decluttering over the past ten years. Okay so I have been doing this for getting close to eleven years now and I've made huge progress on my home at part of that is realizing that decluttering will always be a thing for me. There will never be a time where. My house is completely d cluttered. There's not a time for anybody. The reason people's houses stay cluttered is because they keep decluttering anyway. But I've had to realize that I tend to collect more stuff than the average person I tend to have bigger decluttering projects than the average person But reminding myself of the good that my family has experienced from decluttering helps. Calm me down and go okay. That's not rational. Dana for me to have this hero complex which results in me just not doing anything because the paralysis is not good decluttering. Paralysis is real. And it's never a good thing. Okay so if I choose to keep something for a rational reason great but if I just won't even look and can't even deal and just turn away that's not a good thing that's decluttering paralysis. And if I just leave it and don't even look at it then. I don't even know what we have just in case we do need it. You know what I mean and so there's GonNa be stuff in that pile that I'm ignoring that. Even if we didn't need it I would note. Was there and then we would be without in a situation where we might need it. Blah Blah Blah. You know what I mean right. Okay so reminding myself of the positive results of the decluttering work. That I've done helped me through the

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Data Discovery  The Critical First Step in Controlling Your Data Risks

Teleran Information Intelligence

06:53 min | 5 months ago

Data Discovery The Critical First Step in Controlling Your Data Risks

"Charlie welcome. I'm thrilled to be speaking with you today. When we start our discussion with what is often the first step of any compliance project and that is data discovery data discovery. So Chris First of all glad to discuss this topic with you and it's an important topic because obviously you know when you look around in the news we see a lot of data breaches in one of the first steps that you must take. If you're going to really try to protect your data is to understand what that data is. And that's where data discovery comes into play so data discovery really is determining wear. Your data is many companies have a variety of different databases applications. And it's not at all unlikely that every data element is not know so the the process of data discovery is really determining where that data is where that data is used What databases it's being housed in. What applications have access to it so that you understand where your data actually is now. Following data discovery is what's called data classification data classification is a more complex process. Because once you understand where the data is now you have to understand what the data is. So as an example data classification goes into. It looks at is this data. Sensitive information is that personal information is that health information is at financial information. So it's really under standing what that information entails because only by understanding what that information entails. Can you determine how to protect it? Terrific thank you. So why is data discovery and classification so critical to establishing an effective protection and compliance program? That's a good question Chris so first of all. You can't protect what you don't know right. And if you're going to be compliant with data regulations around the world. You have to know what type of information that you protecting so as an example if you think about hippo regulations which is focused on healthcare you have to understand if the data that you have will does that. Does that fall under hippo regulations if you are doing business in Germany or any other place within the EU fall under GDP our regulations or as an example under Brazil's new LG PD regulation which is regulation for the protection of personal information. If you're in a retail business right in you are processing credit cards. As an example. You have to understand where that information is. So you can comply with P. Idea says regulations as well so it's important to understand where the data is. How the data's being used what that data is so that you can be in compliance with the myriad of regulations that may impact your business. So Charlie what are some of the most common pitfalls again in the way of organizations trying to identify their sensitive data and classify that data? Yeah I think one of the biggest things that I've seen is fat. There's a lack of data standards. There's a lack of process consistency and unlimited. What I mean by that so you may be capturing information during the course of your business operations and some people may use a comic field to capture as an example date of birth driver's license number or some other piece of information that needs to be protected because there are no firm data standards in place in because there is no consistent process that's being executed that allows for data to be captured in places where you wouldn't expect it to be right so that gives you more complexity about understand that data and again if you don't understand the data it's difficult to protect you know. One of the things I think is really important. For companies these days is mandated so what does mandate a? Meta data is data about data and many companies. Don't have data catalogues or data glossaries. That really describe what that data is data capturing and how it's going to be used so that's another area where you know I find their pitfalls taking place as well. Another example is right. Now we're all trying to utilize this data to a competitive advantage. So we have. Many companies have employee data scientists. They've employed data analysts and they rely on those data scientists to be able to create algorithms that can expand and analyze that data to gain insights often when data scientists are doing advil will create their own data set so they will extract a data set. That is separate and distinct from the data. That's used within your operations and then they'll they'll basically use that to develop their algorithms while now what you've done is you've got a pool of data here an island of data that you're not aware about your. It department doesn't know where it is and that creates an exposure in a risk. Because once again we don't know what that data is where that data is and therefore we can't protect effectively terrific. That's very helpful. So what we've talked about in our podcast today is what is data discovery. And why is it? So important in these foundational right Charlie to establishing the most effective data protection and compliance project. That you can not only is a foundational Chris actually essential. So this is the starting point. So if you WANNA comply with regulations or if you if you're not even subject to regulations and you WanNa make the best use of your data you must start with understanding where that data is in what that data contained so it is absolutely essential to any cyber security or data privacy or regulatory compliance around data.

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"advil" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"advil" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"One of two point seven FM LA is aboard the station it is J. with what I told you that you need some Advil are your kids drive you crazy I realized I could not be a father I could I could not as those kids start getting on my nerves he is this Michael cocktail drink that I heart radio music you should know featuring Bryce vine with loud luxury I'm not all right and to smile Hey I don't remember the stakes no in a way that he has I just wanted to see if you plan got to fight for the for the Russian I don't want to let patients conversation brought you up don't know what you okay you were not alone in a place like this baby let's throw we don't need to leave everything I think one of headed down the road and you don't gotta go.

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Augustinus Bader Cream and Acne

Forever35

05:25 min | 11 months ago

Augustinus Bader Cream and Acne

"I WanNa talk about your skin. Do you know how many listeners have dammed or emailed to make the very possible correlation between the Chin Zits that I've been complaining about for a month and the Agostino US batter rich cream that I've been putting on my face for the past month but didn't when you say they started before you got the the it's began before I got the cream right but new ones have emerged. You'll see this big one right here. There's there's another one next to it. I shall say I am starting my period okay so I do think that probably has something to do with it and I also pick them so they don't. Yell L. 'cause they're just so deliciously addictive yeah again it so. I don't know if there is a connection between the cream and the sits on my I chin listen. If you suggested to me you are not alone. There are many of you who have reached out and I appreciate it one person. I hate to say it but is is it. The boozy creamed the love our listeners I mean so you know lies detected there. Oh ooh it is apprecia- cranny Bucci cream and you have been putting it on your put on my face for a month and I have stopped this week. I lasted lasted a month. Okay and is the jar supposed to only last you a month. I believe so morning noon morning and night application. Do you have any left well. I can't tell because it's not a see-through can figure out how much I have left. I just have to keep pumping it out. I'm happy to hand it over to you. If you WANNA give it in a world I didn't dislike it. Yeah it. It fell. I got the rich if you're if you're in the market for Agostino Stina spader cream. I went with the rich Bader. I'll never get it right. I have such a thing with words. Why can't I ever learn them. Think Baba Okay Lab. Ah By my August Bader rich cream there we go I liked it. multiple people had said they went with the rich cream over the regular names so I did that. Maybe that was a mistake. It was very thick and heavy. I liked liked the application but had on you know. I wonder if this was not the best season to try the rich credo. I know it was summer. Maybe maybe I'll revisit it in January. Yeah you know we also live in a warm climate here around so this might not be might overkill it possibly but I do you love year round pouring oil onto my face right so and it's very dry here it is it is right dry so again it just did not. I didn't didn't I didn't have the experience of after a month like looking in the mirror and being like wow I am visibly plumper and my finer lines are reduced and really what it did was get me thinking and my thought is products are nice and they feel great and if you have something going on with your skin they could could quite help but I also think like more or less. It's all doing the same thing that's kind of where he landed. I it's fluffed me. More jaded in Terrell Valley Wild 'cause I love pudding now granted. Did I go to target yesterday yesterday and by the travel size grayson tonic line to try that out I did you did you did that. I'm still onboard but it was just kind of like they don't know there's no magic in a bottle That's just where I've landed. Now is thus the podcast and forever thirty five was goodbye. We we solved it. We did we like to say I just know it. Just kind of left me feeling like what's the if this works are. If somebody great like I've had friends who've been like this is the most magical thing I've ever put on my face well so I I do think that that raises in all seriousness I do that raises a good good point which is that there is no one size fits all solution exactly an in skin individual yes and also like so are emotional and psychological needs. It's totally and I think you have pretty uncomplicated skin. That is a great so it stands to reason that a lot of products would quote unquote work for you. I mean I shall say I have fine lines and nothing I've ever put on my face is ever reduced them which I'm also working on Kinda like okay yeah total. You know totally. That is my face yeah but it did just you know I tend to be the kind of person who like if a price tag is higher on something I immediately feel like it's better that is like a just a thing in my brain that has been that way my whole life you know like if I'm in a store I will by advil as opposed to the storebrand Ibuprofen which I have trained myself out of but you know like that just kind of I'm very susceptible to branding winging lane. I'm not proud of that. It's but it is it is the truth yeah so if someone's like here's this really fancy cream. I'm like this is the best so it's been a real journey.

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Pompeo's Letter Is the Trump Administration's Opening Salvo of Obstruction

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

12:56 min | 11 months ago

Pompeo's Letter Is the Trump Administration's Opening Salvo of Obstruction

"Let's start with what we know about. Mike Pompeo the more and more we're starting to see here. It is is quite clear that we are headed to a a full blown impeachment possibly not just against the president they are stonewalling. They are we now have pompeo subpoenaed for documents Giuliani Subpoena for documents the failure to provide these documents now and this is what the differences with impeachment as opposed to normal proceedings they have written in the context of this subpoena but failure to produce produce under these circumstances will be regarded as evidence of obstruction and will constitute obstruction action in the context of impeachment. They are simply declaring it. Remember this is not this is a political a political process not a criminal or judicial. One and Congress is simply saying you do not provide us this material. It will be a count of obstruction and it will be obstruction it. They could launch impeachment proceedings against Pompeii. Oh they could do it against bill bar and it feels like every day there's more and more the evidence to substantiate an impeachment proceedings against both of them. Here's Palm Peyot two weeks ago two weeks ago now. Maybe this wasn't this Sunday. Oh yeah wait it. Was this Sunday wasn't it. I'm sorry sorry I'm confused because today's Wednesday here he is on this week with Martha. Raddatz on Sunday right this is with Martha got it and here he is. He's completely bewildered about this whole call thing do they call will return to this whistle blower complaint mister secretary the complained involving the president and a phone call with the foreign leader to the director of National Intelligence Inspector General. That's where the complaint was lodged by the whistleblower. The Wall Street Journal is reporting the president trump pressed the president of Ukraine eight times to work with Rudy Giuliani to investigate Joe Biden son. What do you know about those conversations so you just gave me a report report about IC whistle blow compaign none of which I've seen I can tell you about this administration's policies with Ukraine. I remember the previous administration was begged begged by the Ukrainian people to deliver defensive arms so that they can protect themselves from Vladimir Putin and Russia and they gave them blankets. This administration took seriously the responsibility of grain and people. We've provided now on multiple occasions resources so that the Ukrainians can defend themselves. We've worked on that. We Are we're working. We'll see presence Alinsky this week. We want a good relationship with let me read something freedom and independence but you know nothing about this but let me let me let me ask ask you this question. Ukrainian presidential read out of the conference conversation said they discussed quote investigation of corruption cases which inhibited the interaction between between Ukraine and the US say the president tweeted Saturday was perfectly fine and respectful conversation. Do you think it's perfectly fine to ask foreign leader to investigate a political opponent. I think I saw statement from the Ukrainian. Foreign Minister yesterday said there was no pressure applied in the course of the conversation I I I do think I do think if President Biden behaved inappropriately fee was protecting his son and intervened with the Ukrainian leadership in a way that was corrupt. I do think we need to get to the bottom of that. Martha within I I hope that we will. I hope that Vice President Biden engaged in behavior that was appropriate. I hope the American people will come to learn that we've seen Matt Matt have interfered with America cannot have our elections interfered with and if that's what took place there if there was that kind of activity engaged in by Vice President Biden. We need to know Oh. There's no evidence of that yet but if the conversation was perfectly fine as president trump said why not release the transcript or a portion to the public the white hustle have to explain I mean I think we've this was this was it must have been a week a week from last Sunday. There's two weeks ago and there's Mike pompeo seemingly no awareness of this call whatsoever. You didn't even have time to read the whistle blower complaining just heard a report about the whistle missile blower complaint he did though put a clue in there because it wasn't just about Joe Biden in Hunter Biden's corruption. This phone call was not just about that that we should say and we'll we'll discuss the the the lack of corruption that exists there I mean at least in terms of Joe Biden's perspective but they are now pursuing another theory that is Obama Gate or Hillary Gate that the Ukrainians were the ones who actually actually interfered with the election but tried to frame the Russians. This is the stuff that's going on now in the fevers this gateway pundit stuff and there's Mike pompeo trying to push that narrative on ABC television last week. This is what they've been up to but we'll get back to that meantime. Here's Mike Pompeo yesterday in Italy conceding that well actually I was on that phone. Call was on the phone. Call was on the phone call. The phone call was in the context of now. I guess I've been secretary state for coming on a year and a half I know precisely what the American policy with respect to Ukraine remarkably consistent and we will continue to try a to drive those set of outcomes. It's what our team included. Including Ambassador Volker or focused on was taken down the threat that Russia poses there in Ukraine it was about helping the Ukrainians to get graft out corruption outside of their government a- and to help now this new government in the Ukraine build a successful thriving economists what State Department officials that is basically that was his way of. I mean he listened. Easy is smart guy went to Harvard knows how to Filibuster knows how to bury the lead. I was on the phone call but because and then here's a bunch of filler. Essentially that's basically the the story they're going with now. I imagine most people by I now know that the Hunter Biden situation the Joe Biden was over there telling the Ukrainian they get rid of your prosecutor because the prosecutor was not pursuing corruption and there was a hideous amount of corruption there it also happens to be the case that Hunter Biden is not exactly a you know. He's he's sort of the George Bush the family. He's a fell son. Can I right. I just add to this a little bit. I mean so to be really specific about what you're saying. The reason it is exculpatory. I think there's a broader critique here in two ways but the reason it specifically Komo can specific conspiracy theory does not stand is that this energy company is a Russian aligned oligarch who was was gonna who sort of represented the Russian aligned order he got Hunter Biden on with the sort of clear desire to win favor with the Obama Administration and what Biden did was basically fire a prosecutor who was aligned with this guy and not all for the firing right call for the firing so so basically the reason that this specific threat of the story is nonsense. Is that in that specific action. He's contradicting his son's interest to the frankly I mean it's you know it's pretty irrelevant. His son makes a payday either way right. Let the conspiracy theory is exactly backwards. He's going up against what the sun is hired to do. However I mean it's actually sort of an interesting drama where the dad comes in and the wayward son. Is there and he tries to undercut the wayward sons interests or even. It doesn't matter like hey son. You got your payday. We're still going to do this anyways. You know either way we win and I would say that serious. You know I wouldn't take I do think you know structurally when the US talks about corruption other countries even when they're right that is a harbinger of our own interests and energy companies. We want to advocate for so there's there's a broader critique as well as just even hunter getting the job to begin with but that's specific conspiracy is contradicted by all evidence of what happened. The hunter thing is more of a generic type of corruption. That seems to exist everywhere whether it's like you know Chelsea Clinton. I'm getting hired by. NBC or Abby Huntsman for that matter or you know Billy Carter going around and trying to sell off access to advil yeah. Billy Carter was cool though I feel bad for him because he didn't have family sign off. He's just trying to Qaddafi May. Why do you always get all the credit read it. I don't get the sense that hunter necessarily has family sign off too. I think this guy get family sign off from his brother to sorry what's that you don't know that story about the net. It's been a lot of things I did without family sign-off man hey my brother died. What's up sauter her but the trump people the trump people are always going to be angrier at these coastal elites and it's like normal corruption and this kind of nepotism. It's just accepted as the way of things than they are at trump's open and craven corruption and I mean look because they're like well. At least he's not pretending that he doesn't have mud on him right but the the bottom line is is that this type of corruption exists in every facet of society. I'm not making apologies for it but I mean you know you grow up in you know we. I I went to go see concerts in high school because my girlfriend's dad was on the Civic Center Commission. You know it's like Whoa Whoa Whoa. I think you just showed yourself here. They might need to take the rest of the week off Sam. I gotcha flow deep corruption but I I mean of course this is true and of course the stakes of the the cranium energy business are deeper than basically hunter gets the job promises yeah. I'll get dad well. He shows up at the loss he also got. MBNA lobbying thing right at the same time as dad was pushing through the bankruptcy bill he was on the board of something the board of the Amtrak Amtrak which is basically a trade expert bro Brothers wives. I just think that come into an Amtrak board way would family members everywhere and some are incentivized to do this stuff and helped out more more than others but nevertheless meanwhile as Mike Pompeo heads it's to Rome apparently Seb Gorka gets on the plane with him because someone has to go now understand the here's the point one of the reasons why impeachment was so necessary in which I was saying for months. Was that there you you can't just basically run out the clock and it -ssume that there's just GonNa be this vacuum that remains there while all all this is going on. It's quite clear the trump administration bill bar Mike pompeo have been actively involved involved in trying to not only undercut the Muller investigation. Remember the molar investigation to over. They're undercutting the entire

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A Place Where The Opioid Problem Is Upside Down

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:56 min | 11 months ago

A Place Where The Opioid Problem Is Upside Down

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply all right here in the United States too much access to opioids has led to rampant addiction and overdose but we're going to hear from a part of the world facing the exact opposite problem a lack of powerful pain medications in the Gambia in West Africa. Doctors want greater access to opioids. They say they can help speed a patient's recovery. NPR's Jason Bovine traveled there recently as part of our ongoing look at treating pain and and the story does contain some uncomfortable medical details. It's mid morning at the Gambia's only teaching hospital orthopedic Surgeon Cabot Marina is talking with several nurses about two operations that they're about to start. I just bring it into the United States. It's not going to be perfect. MARINA IS A fit thirty seven year old. He's pulling on scrubs. He and his staff are looking up an X. Rays of leg bones and a light box on the wall. A curtain divides the operating room into on the left is a fourteen year old. He fractured his knee in a soccer game in a collision goalie. His parents say he almost scored on the right is a twenty nine year old man. He was in a nasty car crash a week earlier and Tibia is now protruding coming from his Shin Doctrine says operations like these pain is unavoidable hammers and saws and Gills and things like that so so afterwards old patients expected how some pain but in the Gambia managing that pain can be difficult. I the Gambia is one of the poorest countries in the world. Many medications including painkillers are in short supply and even if Moreno can get powerful opioids for his patients nurses on the general wards aren't trained to administer or monitor them. Dr Moreno spent the last thirteen years working in the United Kingdom. He says one of the striking things about returning. Home is the contrast pain management everyone I I end up. I have to leave the world when they were doing dressings because I couldn't handle the screams but you get used to it which is not great but it's what you have to do. In order to survive in the environment lived in the operating room. Dr Moreno does have access to anesthesia for the two surgeries on this day. Each patient will get a spinal block. It makes their legs. Go numb highly effective. You've at one point the fourteen year old asks. What's my leg doing up there as a nurse moves them around on the bed patient on the right is getting a steel pin driven vertically from mm-hmm is need to almost as ankle to stabilize his broken? Tibia in the UK. Both these patients would be completely asleep under general anesthesia but not here. That's partly because this country of two million people doesn't have any anesthesiologists. The only ones working in the Gambia are doctors on loan from China or Cuba so ninety eight percent of Anaesthesia Services Don byas Mahmoud El Moussa borrow heads the College of Nursing at the American International University West Africa in the Gambian capital bright across the country all had facilities well rations stick. Please where what you find the semester these specially trained nurses. I can do many of the procedures that full anesthesiologist would but there aren't many of them and they tend to work mainly in surgical operating rooms they aren't present and labor in delivery wards leaving most women here to give birth with no pain medication at all back at the surgical ward doctrine just finished resetting setting the bones and the teenagers knee he twisted the leg back into place drilled three hole through the top of the knee and secured the joint with wires sitting have to open the skin off but it still we'll be painful think you saw how. I had to bend it back into place the start and he will be sore afterwards. If I have been doing this operation in England the boy would have gotten a local anesthetic around the joint ease the pain as he wakes up but again not here the pain meds that are readily available in the Gambia are generic versions of pilot and advil an aspirin. The only narcotic clinicians sometimes dispense is a synthetic opioid called tram at all. It's considered less powerful and less addictive than opioids like oxycodone or morphine. Meanwhile the operation on the other table is continuing north comedic surgeon from China is literally hammering Rod until the twenty nine year olds leg first couple of attempts didn't go so well. I may have to back out the Pan A. and try again but doctrine is confident. It will all work. He says these pins are highly effective before they made up and walking and they usually went home. even the next day broken leg one day walking out onto the streets of London the next but only because their pain was well controlled with opioids doctrine doesn't predict such a tranquil post surgical recovery for this guy. The patient is clearly uncomfortable gripping the table as the hammering continues and he still under under the spinal anesthetic off in about six hours time then there's usually some screaming on the words and and it just takes some getting used to the patient and stuff as well in the absence of a strong pain medication. It'll be several days. Maybe a week before this man can put any weight on his leg. These patients are also likely elite experience flare ups of what Dr McCall's breakthrough pain in the UK Moreno with treat this with oral morphine but morphine isn't available on the wards here for the fourteen year old who just had knee surgery his recovery starts on a trip on a Gurney to the pediatric ward. The Children's Ward is actually sleep in another building across the street from the main hospital. There are no rails on the Gurney and he slides around as the orderly pushes him through the potholed streets. Finally he arrives at the crowded kids ward. His legs are still numb from the anesthetic during surgery his father Hassan Manual. Camara says they know his recovery will take time where they were. Just try to support him as much as possible. Kamara worries about his son being in pain but he recognizes that he just had surgery. He doesn't expect his son to be comfortable. Dr Moreno wishes he had stronger pain meds for his patients. This teen will be hurting for the the next few days but despite that Renna says this operation was a success is now he's going to straight Meghan into suffer the rest they may not have access a strong opioids but Dr Moreno and the other caregivers here have confidence that their patients will heal and eventually the pain will go away Jason Bobi. NPR N._p._R. News the Gambia.

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What's the Difference Between Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and Acetaminophen?

BrainStuff

06:24 min | 11 months ago

What's the Difference Between Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and Acetaminophen?

"Rain stuff lauren vocab here the average headache backache often sends people reaching Willy Nilly for the nearest bottle of over over the counter pain reliever but for best results. It's smart to match the particular problem with the particular pill. That's because the wide variety of pain relievers known in medical circles as analgesics available today are each effective at different problems and come with different risks. There are two categories of pain pills suitable for home use this non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs more commonly referred to as m saids end. Acetaminophen both are considered anti redick's which means that they can can reduce fevers. Most people know Acetaminophen better by the popular brand name Tylenol but there are other brands as well like fever all the category Korea is broader things like aspirin ibuprofen and Naproxen all fall under the umbrella. There are others but these three are some of the most widely used each each has its own range of brand name versions so which one is best to use it all depends on what you're taking it for Acetaminophen often sold under the brand name Tylenol was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in Nineteen fifty one but how it works still not clearly understood but we do know a bit about what it does we spoke by email pharmacist Terry Thompson Dr Pharmacy and VP of Clinical Services at innovation compounding. She said Acetaminophen does not decrease inflammation but works in the hypothetical to reduce fever and it may work peripherally to block the generation of pain. It's best taken to reduce news fever or symptoms of pain from flu like illnesses headaches arthritis and menstrual cramps but note it will only mask the pain without treating any underlying inflammation inflammation problems that caused some of these symptoms. You should not take acetaminophen while consuming alcohol it can be hard on the liver. Even when you're stone cold sober and much much worse when consuming alcohol most serious liver problems have been reported following large doses the highest amounts considered safe is three thousand two hundred and fifty milligrams per per day or ten regular strength tablets however there have been instances when liver damage occurs after medicating with moderate or even small doses over a long period of time cinnamon offense should be taken carefully in conjunction with other medications as many headache and cold meds like Nyquil already has been in them. This can lead to accidental overdoses anyone taking one of these extras should carefully read labels follow dosing instructions to the letter. It's considered safe enough to take by just about anyone anyone but occasionally side effects are experienced most often those are nausea rash and headache which is pretty ironic considering that that's why many people take it in the first place is so that's CNN now. Let's talk about these are sold under brand names like Bayer advil Motrin and leave you know how often doesn't do a darn thing to reduce inflammation well and sets pick up that dropped ball and run all the way into the end zone with it short for non steroidal title. Anti inflammatory drugs the category of end says include a variety of analgesics like aspirin one brand name being bear ibuprofen such as advil Motrin and Naproxen oxen like aleve although there's some variation by particular type and says in general work by blocking the production of chemicals called prostaglandins which encouraged fever a pain and inflammation these effects can be useful in promoting blood flow to an injured area end in telling you to watch out and not further hurt and injured area but there's is a point which it's like dude body. I know I shouldn't walk on that foot. You can stop telling me so hard and said go out of their way to denote non-steroidal in the the name because steroids can also reduce inflammation but the way steroids work by depressing me. Immune system is a major distinction. So when did you take 'em Ed's Thompson said those with inflammatory conditions such as osteoarthritis rheumatoid arthritis menstrual pain or muscular pain would benefit from an end said the proximate intends to work longer in the body about two times longer so those with gout or more chronic pain conditions may see more pain relief from using naproxen verses ibuprofen however ibuprofen provides quicker pain relief than naproxen end is less likely to cause an upset stomach so might be more appropriate for strong and sudden pain have hangover skip these Dominican in favor of An said although nothing short of time rest and lots of hydration can completely cure a hangover the anti inflammatory Tori properties that end says boast are believed to be helpful however taking an end set on an upset stomach so common with hangovers can make the discomfort worse so don't take it on an empty stomach will ever but especially in the case of hangovers aspirin has long been used as a daily supplement of sorts for people at risk of heart attack and stroke because it inhibits potentially tragic blood clotting for roughly four to seven days one important caveat however is that people consuming aspirin for that purpose should should use a lower dosage under three hundred and twenty five milligrams per day than those using it for pain relief purposes. Thompson says that aspirin is more commonly used nowadays for inhibiting opening blood clotting then for relieving pain due to intestinal bleeding risks which brings us to when not to take them women who are pregnant or trying to become come pregnant are typically advised to avoid use of because they're believed to cause fertility issues early miscarriage and even birth defects in particular they should not be taken in the third trimester trimester because they could cause premature closure of a particular blood vessel in a developing baby people with gastrointestinal problems might also steer clear of and said use negative active gastrointestinal side effects like ulcers or intestinal bleeding can occur because as we said Prostaglandins aren't all bad prostaglandins protect the stomach lining and help with blood-clotting when those functions are inhibited the risk of bleeding and ulcers goes way up. Thompson said although this is more likely in those who take large doses for for long periods of time patients often turn to a seat from leads for pain relief since it does not cause intestinal issues still confused about which to take the talk to your doctor or the pharmacist local pharmacy. They'll be able to make a recommendation and point you towards the correct product.

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Foundation Extravaganza 2019

Full Coverage

10:40 min | 11 months ago

Foundation Extravaganza 2019

"Extravaganza two thousand nine days you odd voice on just saying extravaganza. I'm guessing probably just think everyone should quietly take a minute home right now to imagine rupaul call him. Basically we love Rupaul though we do but yes we have the foundation extravaganza two thousand nine hundred nine. We're going to be coming up up very soon the all new launches from this summer. I mean not all of them. Because there were literally thousands I think we I move very ambitious and like yeah we can do all of them and then each day. There was another ten so we were literally like this is going to be like a seventeen hour episodes. So what we've done is actually chosen off favorites or at least so a varied selection of much as we could let the most asked about yes and that was the most about but if there is one that you've seen coming out with its come out very recently because also we've been some coming out since we so our off date for all yapping just today hatfields caught oh there's chic very louise weeks brook CBA Buji. I like it so I decide and I woke up hill this morning. So I'm staying away. Professional areas the first person listen to my wedding. Drudge makes me feel very special dresses. She's GonNa do what Mariah enabled. You've been able to oh I did. I was like I don't do to do three doing it. Properly Lindsay is very exciting. We Digress we digress otherwise we'll never get all these foundations so because Uh and you news I'm GonNa pull cat hair phone very professional and then we're going to break into all these foundations but yeah as I was about to say before I got to start to buy the beauty that is hurry outfield advil but if there's anything that we don't mention that you are desperate to know about let us know and we'll do our best to let you know in news in an upcoming episode we shall so as not new new new new. What is the new new well as always says a lot so obviously we're. GonNa talk mostly about foundations and like we said we we didn't try every single thing but one that is a new launch that we haven't tried this coming out is flush peachy. Remember them Lindsey yes I do. I was very worried about them. I felt they might be going away. There's still in line on Alta so flesh bt if you can't with tiny tiny little stick foundation that was kind of like wait through tiny and they have come out with the pure flash liquid foundation so this is actually in a bottle of the liquid foundation which I think a lot of people tend tends to be that kind of like Goto jam is thirty two dollars forty shades good. That's nice and yeah. We haven't tried it but that is is. I believe that's available by now. Actually is out and one that we didn't get hands on because we found out slightly later but we will. I like flesh. I was really worried when they were astorg but don't worry about Oh. That's generally the beginning of the end but that's great if they're still launching something as big as a foundation. I'm forty shades so excited to try that homes golden yeah we go other exciting news which is launching a matter of days so by the time you listen to this you may have already seen this but Victoria Beckham launching our own beauty. I have heard about this and I've seen quite a few teases on grass. I know you're a fan edit collection I I was I feel like for me. I was always like like the first collection the first question I was like. Yes packaging. Yes performance yeah or Gonzalez yet. I was into it second collection. I have to say there were bits. I liked but it was a little made. The first collection was so behind on that I felt a little bit. Let down by the second collection. The quality not wasn't there in the second collection yeah. It just felt a bit. I don't know it just wasn't wow factor like the first one wild me smacked of contract contractual obligation to me he was like she said she'd do to second album syndrome. It was a bit sophomore yes but it does fill me with joy a collection of our own collection so far. There's just been a couple of instagram teases that she's one being a logo which tells us absolutely nothing being very sexy boomerang of her doing a little blink. I and I'm very into this metallic tope Toya. Shade that she's wearing in this picture. Everything about this picture makes me very happy. I Love Brow. I love the I love. What's going on on a date yet. The only thing I don't like is the Hashtag claim beauty stuck on the end of the caption. Because what does that even meeting brands. I have to do this now but I think we've been clear and clean beauty. It doesn't mean anything what was clean. Bt main dirty beauty is it no way dirty beauty. That's GonNa be the name of my eyes. I feel like we've said this and we were talking about. This will be a whole separate episodes on it yeah in because it is a can of worms that should you open the NC. We'll lose her sh- yes next week. We actually have an interview on next the following episode after to this one in two weeks time we have an interview with the president of Bioscience United States talking to forty four about why such twat no we're not talk to that person about its fate town or his cova or anything and but we will be talking to the president of violence is a well well you were there in clean beauty there in the section of beauty but they talked she spoke so eloquently wonderfully about what that means to bioscience and they they don't call themselves clean beechy they call them sustainable. Bt which is obviously something very different yeah and I can't wait to share that with everyone but we should just a clear up definitions the off road and around because even I've done in the past. I'm sure I've used it in my youtube videos where I've even said it without thinking about it. So because everyone's you pay the noise you can musings without saying what that thing means which is so frustrating. Is it natural. Is it organic everything's free in the UK. I mean that's the thing we're cruelty free and like it to be sold in the you have to be yeah like. I don't really understand what you're saying here that obviously China different ballgame but things are changing. It's frustrating. It's like what does clean mean and I think now do you get out. I think is go yeah but as I say as you say all the time to be continue now is Victoria. Beckham beauty is coming. I'm excited about it. I'm excited makeup and that should should be from yeah looking forward to it okay so I've got a thing a thing of pure joy. If Mary Cuando could hold this she would feel all kinds of vibrations goodness. Let's just feeling joy just feeling joy. Nothing I mean Lindsey. I know you're GONNA like this. I'm excited. I think you've already seen my swap chairs and you will. It's the Nour's queen of the night. I shot a pilot which was fired by queen of night herself Suzanne. I'm going to put to the surname botch. It's S. H. S. C. H. on the end Polish anyway a lovely policy doc nine hours police shiny things twelve pris- matic shades fifty nine dollars and every shade is like party animal excitement of glitter. It's Joe is sexy sexy where he had sex with a clown on rainbow and they've women to full baby. Yeah it's like all kinds of goodness and I did some swatches of a my inscribe stories which I do have a highlight actually have new launches if you I want to see that it should still be up. Oh my goodness I had to play with this in a recent shoe and it's not perfect. I love it when shadows of that kind of are they are they poudel Econ Hongkong towels like these you a metallic ballot. Yes Chris but with this it doesn't even because it's more of a power in a way it says it's not like you have to work quickly and then unusual name playtime you can lay them on top of other. I shudder as you can do things you can blend with a brush but also I feel like you get playtime if anyone who wants to dabble with color but finds lines that kind of claimed powder formula little bit to a little bit scary. If you feel like enough time blend in time this will be right up your street. It shiny goodness in a pilot. Well love GNAWS. Palette of the moment Clinton recently with the show pilot. Yeah I mean for me. It's very very rather gnaws disappoints me. I have to say it's one of those brands that like it just it makes every basic. I need plus. Extra finishing touches yeah this. This is very exciting. I'm very excited see their autumn Winter Christmas off. I've seen some hills. It's Lookin sexy. Look Check Shea feeling okay. Sorry Shawn Club style a couple more pilots actually while we're on pallets. Let's talk pallets new you from urban. Decay are spied in my inbox. You have spied this. Indeed is the urban cain aching honey pallet. I mean in negative. It just seems mental to me that they're like naked is dead naked naked over. We had a funeral. The original is gone but behold eighteen. One thousand new naked poets none of which was good as original. Sorry I personally love. Naked is my favorite one. See I'm gone all the way why bother the getting rid of naked betty shelby out again in six months and then just keep launching more so this one naked honey as you can imagine hunting spy by it. It's Kinda yellow gold yellowy goal the goal is I mean. There's a lot of shades in here. That are very similar. I think to the original AK- yes if you'll missing original naked. This is a good option. If you liked buff the shade buff I feel like you're going to get with lots of close yellowy ACRI toe. I think if you take out the two middle ashamed golden and honey it to me becomes a much more look wearable wearable neutrals because I'm sure everyone listening desperately needs a wearable neutral pilot and then the two middle ones are obviously they draw your eye right in the middle of the pilot and they make it much more yellow toned food yeah because they all saw the yellow gold. This one's very glittery one's very

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Women's Health & Plant-Based Nutrition With Dr. Gemma Newman

Nutrition Rounds Podcast

10:58 min | 11 months ago

Women's Health & Plant-Based Nutrition With Dr. Gemma Newman

"Everyone about your path path into medicine and how you found plant based nutrition and then you know this entire episode is going to be answering a lot of questions about women's health that we get asked all all the time and i know you see this in your in your practice you take care of patients from all age ranges in all stages of life so i think that it's going to be just so informative for our listeners so starting with weird did you start in medicine getting into plant based diet and just tell her a little bit about yourself my k. well will i am as you say i'm a primary care physician and i've been working in clinical practice for fifty years now so it's been a long long time and i've been doing all sorts of specialties in that time but my my work in general practice has been for eleven years and i just ask you all sorts of people bull and my passion permits has always been i've always wanted to be a doctor and help people and get to know them and their family so it's been a dream unrealized but i did find early on in my practice that was getting increasingly frustrated because here in the UK i'm seeing you partner with a small friendly family participant typical nearly three thousand people but we only have ten minutes per person so i had to find ingenious ways of including nutritional lifestyle information in that ten minute paradigm and monies to achieve it and get some incredible results for people and it really did feel like i was suddenly able to add a lot more to my medical toolbox than i ever had before and my journey was long process i've always had an interest in life steinmetz in getting to the real root of what it is that has caused disease a condition rather than solely treating either symptomology or the actual disease process assisted self so it started early on with motivational interviewing techniques solution focused brief therapeutic approaches and then when i went into the realms off off inning to give nutrition advice i was more cautious to start with because i haven't done much study in that area at that time i kind of i knew that the general zeitgeist iced with cops a bad and but i didn't give that advice my patients freely i lost of weight that way but then what i discovered myself alf in my own house was that my lipid profiles raised despite weight loss and good exercise regimes and i have a family history of heart disease so i'm actually a few years ago was even off a deal to talk about my journey but i declined i didn't feel as though it was a good example to set for others when i was still struggling with ray snippy the profile but for a few years and i found the evidence around competition and like you know ten years on with two kids and the exercising less than half the amount manage to not only have a normal BMI but also been my lip profiles to the normal range so i was absolutely delighted and that really began my studying odyssey so i spent the last few years studying ins and outs of competition and being able to share that with my patients has been one of my absolute greatest joys i've seen so many powerful transformations in people that it's truly made medicine not only my vacation location but huge passion so it's been wonderful that is so admirable and i just love that you shared that part of your journey it's just it's i really really do find that a lot of physicians who feel passionate about this found improvements in their own life through integrating attrition into their own families and their own personalizing generalizing their own health and that's a really beautiful story because it's just so interesting how your evolution of health of you've tried different kinds of scope of diets them them yourself and have tried absolutely so i have to say i i used to have a used to love steak it was my favorite meal you know i used to not eat those kinds of phase in so i try not to come at this with an evangelistic tone but raven i've been told i really really have the that's so it's actually so valuable actually that something i'm majorly lacking actually because so i became the cherian and then vegan like i stopped eating we need is like maybe eighteen and then became begin my early twenties so i like never liked meat so i do lack i saw that i like incredibly empathetic and i truly believe like everyone's on their own journey and i respect where everyone is with food and nutrition so personal but i do lack the like understanding understanding of like you know oh don't you just mistake because i never i never liked it actually the funniest example ever is that recently there was a vegan deep ball oh and i was eating it and i actually almost threw up because i have a fight because i thought it was me everyone around you was like how delusional are you you've who need not me but like even the kind of like texture consistency like it just makes me sick and what's so important to recognize that you you know people who who did really like animal products you know it it actually gives you a level of understanding with your patients that it's not easy for everyone to drop it in a day i actually she think that adds a level of compassion and empathy to your practice that so important oh thank you done you know i do i do become a base from eleven to standing funding and and people sometimes look at me a bit funny and sale it's all right for you you know you probably never even liked it and sometimes say actually no it used to be my favorite thing i used to always order a burger or a steak and what i have to do is i have to align myself with the information available and then when side thunder unrealized the health benefits then of course i allowed an appreciation of the other benefits to come into my consciousness especially received the environmental and animal compression size it it is a win win but yeah i i am to to really help people guess it from their own health and what they can achieve so beautiful i think your your your empathy and compassion it comes through if you will we'll talk about where everyone can find you and social media leader but you can definitely definitely definitely must follow dr newman actually just tell them right now during episode okay okay a few insists so you can find me on instagram you can find me on instagram at plant power doctor so that's my instagram handle and you can look at my website jimmy newman dot com and the the reason why i say that is because gemma went one thing i love about you the me that you and i and a lot of other plant based actress sharon common is this empathy i think that understanding that all of our patients don't have to go one hundred percent but just the more plant predominant implant forward is important meant it opens up the realm of health and wellness to more people it's more inclusive acid- than it is exclusive and i think that your social media really reflects that it just reflects that this is a journey for everyone and we're just here to support people on this journey so i think you're positively he is just really shines through so every make sure hawes s right now and go to your instagram up and follow dr what she shares so you up i wanna talk all about women's health because i get questions all the time about women's health and i had natalie crawford who's in OBGYN infertility specialists on for the episode she's brilliant and wonderful and we can only hit on so much and so i've so many leftover questions to talk to you about as you are a primary care provider and you're a female physician and you love women's health i am so excited to talk to you about a different ways that you've incorporated some integrated medicine plant based nutrition into your practice to help with different issues and women's health so starting with one of the most common questions i've received starting with even just premenstrual pain and menstrual cramps something that it seems like for some people is not much of an issue but for others it's really really really debilitating there are some different tricks of the trade that people can go about this naturally likes i'd love for you to that of course i do see a lot of women with period issues and sometimes it can be really hard to manage and and it depends on the person's always awesome there have been the different methods that they're looking at but what's amazing is that there are certainly some natural remedies that can be potentially henchi as effective as the drugs that we would usually tend to to help with period pains so for example i do love turmeric it's as an incredible spice and there was a study to show that the kirkman has an incredible ability to reduce premium pains it also increases media enough levels in the bloodstream membrane your traffic factor which is a protein that is known to help with new on survival and growth and what's incredible is that it also is linked to reducing zinc period pain that was a randomized controlled trial and what they did was they got women to take kirkman supplementation three cycles vest as a placebo supplement i'm what they found was that in the women who took the cu-cuban supplement there was a significant improvement in mood in physical symptoms and of course in that BGN f- levels does and it didn't require very much dish acquired a couple of capsules daily from seven days before their period and that's something that could be hugely effective so just a really basic thing you know you might know it's quite easy just to try to reach for the painkillers and that can be the the stan thing but if you're caught something that's not true that you can use which is effective then why not use it that's amazing especially because it's so easy when you're young you know when you're woman in your twenties and thirties and you have crabs it's so so easy to just like grab for a ton of advil because had a works but it's at the same time it's like to think that there is an alternative method out there that has this anti-inflammatory in pain reducing without you know the side effects of medication even over the counter medications mazing so that's that's a great tip well ginger you mentioned over the counter medication so ginger there was a study on ginger and they got three different cohorts of women ebb and they gave one third of the cashews of ginger powder at two hundred and fifty milligram dose four times a day for three days from from the first day of their periods and they gave a second one mefin casted two hundred fifty milligrams which as you know is a strong anti inflammatory painkiller yeah those and they gave the four hundred milligrams of ibuprofen in the third cohort again i think that was three times daily so all given quivalent dosages and what they discussed no it is a lot different graves and what they discovered was that they were all equally

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One reason I think that led to the Opioid crisis

The Mind Body Dude

04:54 min | 1 year ago

One reason I think that led to the Opioid crisis

"I believe one of the reasons the opioid crisis got to wear to the levels of where affected so many lives because clinically as providers, you know, to each their own in terms of how you learn. But I feel one provider stone pow paid enough. And I'm going to name specific group, but providers power paid enough. They don't touch and and see what's going on. They don't communicate with the muscle to see let the muscle tell you. How feels? And I see I treat many patients with pain and even before we stick a needle in. There's a lot of times where we can decrease the pain significantly or moderately or even just a little bit. But we can decrease the pain to a significant amount. Just by doing some work, some investigative work. And then also applying our principles I have certain principles. I use treating muscles. For instance. I was the muscles above pre muscles below for are, no muscles below. Then you focus on the muscles. Above either way, you're gonna focus on the the origin and insertion Ryan I can get into that. In later shows. Even I was thinking about trying to start a system where I can teach other healthcare providers about these theories, it's applying a tradit-. Chinese medicine concepts with. Biomed anatomy and physiology, and it is beautiful. And what is the result people are in less pain? So when you combine your theory in the muscle work. It's acupressure I do acupressure acupuncture is not supposed to be sometimes it is soft. Sometimes it's a little rough. It's supposed to be therapeutic. That's the goal. So you know, you combine these different therapies in Walla, you have better outcomes. And guess what? Someone didn't have to go on opioids. I was just reading something recently where eighty percent of heroin users were opioid addicts. I have let me find that that stat. And then I will post it. On this podcast blog. You'll be able to find it for today's date and under resources resource section. So you know, that's staggering. Because now if you I am I can't think of the name is it the Sackler family that's being sued right now that's responsible for you know, pushing the drug OB pushing opioids into the market. I don't I think sometimes in society, we we like to just blame one person we like to find the culprit right there. But I mean, there's many different. There's many different levels of blame in this in this arena here I in in because of all the people who have died, it's justified and to be honest. I didn't understand the problem. I wasn't wrapping my head around the problem as much as in the beginning as much as I could because it was just. Going over my head. The only thing I knew was okay. These these patients are taking this pain medication to me. I don't care what you're taking. Okay. It'd be Tylenol Advil. Obviously there's going to be exceptions to the rule and not everyone's the same in some people may need certain things than than others. Right. More than others other patients, but made to me, I see Cain pain medication as pain. Medication? I unless there's a severe case, right and the treatments not working or the case may be all right? Then. You know, we can then, you know, those those circumstances in explain themselves, but. Overall. If. When it comes down the pain. Okay. I'll tell you this much when it comes down to pain or pain medication to me. It's like, okay. I don't care what you're taking because our goal is to get you down.

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"advil" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"advil" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"April included bucket of Advil with every purchase slightly is this issue. What what what month is from Jay z wary. The issue was January ninety six they're looking back on ninety five during the winter see ninety five because Sony's I three was that year. I think right. Ninety six it was ninety six. Yeah. Well, before the Z three video games were Oliver. See? Yes. Yes. That's right. Yeah. So PlayStation being so free to month of ninety five provide notable quote from the industry, so in February the quote of the month comes from Shapiro Moto is quote is when I visited town like New York, I like to walk alone at night, simply exploring the back streets in the hidden places. I explore on foot for a while. Then sometimes I buy a bicycle and cycle around town only when I know my my way around I buy a map. There you go and the future new dunk City New dunks. City ration- in April of ninety five. Let's either some where did he leave owes bikes after buying a bike? Bike city throws curve walk on the plane. Throws it into the Hudson. Where's a map? Give me a map. I'm done with his town in April of ninety five Nintendo. Buys a twenty five percent stake. In rare, the UK development team has been a prolific Nintendo supporter since the days, and it's about ninety titles for the manufacturers sundry platforms. It is most renowned to over for Donkey Kong Country super now officially the fastest.

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Pfizer, Glaxo to Create Over-the-Counter Drug Giant

Hugh Hewitt

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Pfizer, Glaxo to Create Over-the-Counter Drug Giant

"Story yesterday Pfizer Glaxo to create over the counter drug giant, just great Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline plan to combine their consumer healthcare units. And eventually spin up a joint venture, creating the world's largest seller of drugstore. Staples, like Advil, sensitive toothpaste, the deal announced Wednesday will free up both companies to concentrate on prescription medicines. Which tend to be more

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President Trump defends Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith after hanging comment

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:31 min | 1 year ago

President Trump defends Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith after hanging comment

"Senate seat in Mississippi the special election, pitting Republican Cindy, Hyde Smith against democrat Mike Espy the race was a slam dunk for Hyde. Smith until video surfaced of her joking about attending quote, a public hanging. Trump who plans to hold a rally for her the night before the election came to her defense today. She made a statement, which I know that she feels very badly about it. And it was just sort of said in jest. I she said she's a tremendous woman. And suddenly a democrat is a fighting chance to win a deep and deep web, Mississippi, Martin savage is out front. You know? Thanks deep red Mississippi Republican city Hyde Smith should be cruising to a runoff victory. Instead, she's run into a problem. Cindy, Hyde Smith's own words and actions the latest from twenty fourteen showing wearing a confederate army hat and holding an old rifle if comes after another incident in which he told us supporter in Tupelo over the sound of a train this. At Mississippi State university. She jokes about voter suppression saying. The remarks it's well in the state with a history of lynchings and voters oppression and when her democratic opponent, Mike Espy is African American. We do not need to reinforce those stereotypes that have continued the hot out state and Schaaf high has refused to apologize repeatedly deflected questions about her public hanging remark during a news conference with the state's governor. Statement yesterday. And it's vailable where we stand for. And that's all I'm going to say about it embarrassed, the latest Advil, the campaign uses Hines miss words against her better than this Mississippi, and that's joke. Just how much of an impact controversy is. Having voters depends on who you talk to. If people really truly are understanding what she's all about. I don't think that will check them. Made it very clear both to me and a lot of black mississippians that. The Republican candidates. Do not really have our best interests at heart. The SP campaign is counting energize black electorate who made up thirty three percent of the voters in the initial round the voting earlier this month as well as possible crossover voters now reconsidering their support for height. Smith nervous Republicans were liver last year in neighboring Alabama would democrat Doug Jones pulled off a stunning upset over Republican ROY Moore. President Trump will be Mississippi the day before the run-up campaigning behind Smith. Well, potential twenty twenty democratic presidential contenders had rallied support for us be. In america. A lot of speed is still very much the underdog his ties to the Clinton administration is former agriculture secretary can be alive -bility in this conservative steak on TV Republicans link Espy to national Democrats, Mike, his liberal agenda is their agenda not hours the real key to victory for either candidate may not hinge on controversial. But on the ability abo- campaigns to get voters to the polls again after Petillo midterm election and during distracting holiday season. So Martin, you know

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"advil" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"advil" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Of these simple generic steps. How long does it take normally for a bruise a bump tight Bruce take to go away? And he depends on how deep it is depends on the nutritional status. It depends on how fragile how strong the tissue is. But it it begins to heal George as soon as as soon as the wound takes place as soon as the tissue was wounded. That's when the healing process begins that awful. All that fast instantly. In fact, the the swelling, and inflammation and the pain they're the manifestation of the healing process. It's the beginnings of the healing process when we take an anti inflammatory drug, which many probably the best selling drugs among the best selling drugs. Guess what? We do we shut down the healing process. That's right. The inflammatory process inflammatory system. Inflammatory chemistry is the first stage of healing. So you take your Motrin or your Napper center. Your your Advil, your aspirin, whatever it is. And you're suppressing the healing process. You keep healing from occurring. Which of course, means you stay on the drug. This is why anti-inflammatories or among those toxic of all drugs. They suppress healing. How about fevers aren't fevers generally good for you, exactly? Same idea. A fever is part of the healing process. See somewhere along the road, George we lost respect for the human body somewhere. Probably in the middle ages behind ladies. We we lost the understanding that the body has all of these mechanisms for a reason that the body is the most intricate and highly advanced machine on the planet in the universe perhaps. And we somehow along the way lost respect for doc wallet. Ben.

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"advil" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"advil" Discussed on WTVN

"Of these simple generic steps. How long does it take normally for a bruise a bump type Bruce take to go away? And he well depends on how deep it is depends on the nutritional status. It depends on how fragile row strong the tissue is, but it it begins to heal George as soon as as soon as the wounded takes place as soon as the the tissue is wounded. That's when the healing process begins that is so cool that fast, I instantly. In fact, the the swelling, and inflammation and the pain they're the manifestation of healing process. It's the beginnings of the healing process. And when we take an anti inflammatory drug, which many are the best selling drugs among the best drug. Guess what we do we shut down the healing process. That's right. The inflammatory inflammatory system. Inflammatory chemistry is the first stage of healing. So you take your Motrin or your Napper center. Your your Advil, your aspirin, whatever it is. And you're suppressing the healing process. You keep healing from occurring. Which of course, means you stay on the drug. This is why anti-inflammatories or among those toxic of all drugs. The press healing. How about fevers aren't fevers generally good for you actually same idea? A fever is part of the body's healing process. See somewhere along the road, George we lost respect for the human body somewhere. Probably in the middle ages in the high middle ages. We we lost the understanding that the body has all of these mechanisms for a reason that the body is the most intricate and highly advanced machine on the planet in the universe perhaps. And we somehow along the way lost respect for doc wallet..

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"advil" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"advil" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of these simple generic steps. How long does it take normally for a bruise a bump type Bruce take to go away? And he depends on how deep it is depends on nutritional status. It depends on how fragile row strong tissue is bright, it it begins to heal George as soon as as soon as the wound takes place as soon as the tissue is wounded. That's when the healing process begins that accessible, that's fast instantly. In fact, the swelling, and inflammation and the pain. They're the manifestation of healing process. It's the beginnings of. The healing process. And when we take an anti inflammatory drug, which many probably the best selling drugs among the best selling drugs. Guess what? We do we shut down the healing process. That's right. The inflammatory process inflammatory system. Inflammatory chemistry is the first stage of healing. So you take your Motrin or your Napper center. Your your Advil, your aspirin, whatever it is. And you're suppressing the healing process. You keep healing from occurring. Which of course, means you stay on the drug. This is why anti-inflammatories or among those toxic of all drugs. These press healing. How about seniors aren't fevers generally good for you? Same idea. A fever is part of the body's healing process. See somewhere along the road, George we lost respect for the human body somewhere. Probably in the middle ages behind ladies. We we lost the understanding that the body has all of these mechanisms for a reason that the body is the most intricate and highly advanced machine on the planet in the universe perhaps. And we somehow along the way lost respect for doc wallet. Then.

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"advil" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"advil" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Advantage of these simple generic steps. How long does it take normally for a bruise a bump tight Bruce take to go away? And he well depends on how deep it is depends on the nutritional status. It depends on how fragile row strong the tissue is, but it it begins to heal George as soon as as soon as the wound takes place as soon as the tissue is wounded. That's when the healing process begins pool that fast fast instantly inside the swelling, and inflammation and the pain. They're the manifestation of the healing process. It's the beginnings of the healing process when we take an anti inflammatory drug, which many probably the best selling drugs among the best selling drugs. Guess what? We do we shut down the healing process. That's right. The inflammatory process inflammatory system inflammatory chemistries, the first stage of healing. So you take your Motrin or your Napper center. Your your Advil, your aspirin, whatever it is. And you're suppressing the healing process. You keep healing from occurring. Which of course, means you stay on the drug. This is why anti-inflammatories or among those toxic of all drugs. They spread feeling how about Seaver our fevers generally good for you, exactly. Same idea. A fever is part of the body's human process see somewhere along the road, George. We lost respect for the human body. I'm somewhere probably in the middle ages behind ladies. We we lost the understanding that the body has all of these mechanisms for a reason that the body is the most intricate and highly advanced machine on the planet in the universe perhaps. And we somehow along the way lost respect for doc wallet. Ben.

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New study links processed meats to breast cancer

Dr. Bob Martin

03:08 min | 2 years ago

New study links processed meats to breast cancer

"Show a link between tumors cancerous tumors that start in the breast associated with women. More commonly those women who eat hot dogs and burgers on a regular basis. Women who consumed the most processed meat were nine times nine percent. I should say more likely to develop the disease, breast cancer. According to a meta analysis and data of twenty eight previous studies world cancer research fund recommends cutting out red meat altogether. Here in the US, the so-called experts don't recommend a specific limit. Of course, they don't because why. Well, the cattle industry rains here. They have made many. Lobbyists that can can really rain in any kind of education on this process. And it's not that red meat necessarily is unhealthy for you in eating once in a while. I don't eat red meat haven't had red meat in forty years. I grew up on it in the mid west. But we're talking here about processed meats, mostly vacant hotdogs. Now listed as carcinogenic by the international agency of research on cancer, a branch of the World Health Organization. The same agency also says red meat is a probable carcinogenic agent. Now, of course, you know, Marta. The problem is how we adulterate meets we feed these animals, the wrong stuff antibiotics and hormones and bovine growth hormones and recombinant hormones, and they get all kinds of stuff in their bodies that are passed on to those people who bury their carcasses in their bodies the amount of processed meat in the American diet has dropped in recent years, but millions of people still easily exceed the proposed limit which they don't even list. The new research by Harvard University offers another reason for women to keep cutting out hot dogs and hamburgers and red meat in general, mainly because it increases their risk of. Of breast cancer by nine percent. And they believe that is significant and we're not just talking about hot dogs and hamburgers. We're talking about salami bacon ham, corned beef put that on the list. So the goal here would be to consume more omega rich fish, and maybe some organic poultry and stay away from the red meat. And a specially the processed red meat's. That's for sure. All right. We're going to go back to your telephone calls and your questions now. And we'll say Hello to as always. Thank you question up. Read something in a paper a correlation between taking ibuprofen Advil stuff like that and ovarian cancer at women. No, I don't know. There's a truth to that. But if it does have a correlation what about men, well, it's long term use when you're talking about.

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"advil" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"advil" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"That's a for a year and a half straight. He's doing that every night that doesn't sound healthy. Go to go. He is one of the most fun Rockstars of them. All yeah. He is. I hope he may let up. What why because it just sounds so unhealthy. What about being a touring rockstar stays healthy to you? I don't know didn't Lincoln park, you know, back in the day. They would always say, you know, there's no groupies, and we don't do any drinking. You're trying to keep that one guy. They sobered up. But I mean, I when I was backstage interview the first big rockstar that I interviewed I was back stage interviewing Marilyn Manson, and they were using hand trucks to bringing the booze for the band. And it was it the they just kept going, by with cases in cases in cases of beer, alcohol and wine scope, this is just for tonight. What the hell I always wondered about that? Because I've heard you tell the story. And I thought, you know, I'm sure there writer does say five cases of beer six handles of vodka. You know, whatever it is. And they can't possibly get through it all without dying. So I wondered did they did someone take that? Like does a Rhody take that and sell that later like is that you know, how Steve from the road crew makes a little extra money on. For the groupies, right? Goes back to the hotel room with them. You know, the party's not over yet. Yet. But it will end soon. I like the three party Advil, though. I actually it's really funny because the reason I kept reading a story was because of that at my house on Friday or Saturday night, right? As we start drinking. I grabbed the big bottle Advil. The Costco size one I go. Anybody for a pre party Advil? I take great. Let's see what are you offering me? Now's the party add villages giving you a bottle of. Yeah. It's actually Advil take three to increase your ability to drink more. Well, it just I find that. If I take some Advil before I start drinking. I'm better. And then also I take him right before going to bed better at drinking. I'm way better at drinking and then right before bed with a huge glass of water, and I can wake up and feel okay? In the morning. Six Advil over the course of the night ended up a bunch of booze. Yeah. And water of water getting the watermelon. A few drinks one big water. Doctors are like. I don't I don't wanna hear it. I don't want. You any time today is love your morning show host day. So just say good job, Sarah. She's not doing that tax tax me, Sarah. I mean, good good job. Sarah. He's got to do it. It's the law. Thank you. Boy, I don't know..

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Hospital groups launch own company to make generic drugs

KCBS Radio Morning News

03:36 min | 2 years ago

Hospital groups launch own company to make generic drugs

"Several hospital groups which together represent about five hundred hospitals across the country are joining together to launch nonprofit company with the goal of making drugs. More affordable accessible civic Rx says it's just getting started as more than one hundred twenty hospital groups have expressed interest in joining for more. We're joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by Joseph you house, professor of health policy and management at Harvard University and director of the university's division of. Of health policy, research and education and the inter faculty initiative in health policy. Professor does this seemed like a good strategy to get everyone together on the same on the same Plainfield. Yes. Well, the problem has been that there's been only one or two manufacturers of these generic drugs and the hospitals have run into shortages. So they affect want to build additional capacity to make more of these drugs. So this works this'll be very helpful for patients. Well, let's talk about what they have in mind. So this is not over the counter stuff. These are not the drugs you and I pick up at the drug store if they'd been prescribed to his these are drugs administered at the hospital. Now, how many drugs are like that? And what is the cost to hospitals of the current system? And this is something they can ratchet downward. So. I think the hospitals are talking about generic drugs which are off patent. So these are drugs you can buy at the drugstore. You can buy them as strict soak unbranded drugs like Uber. Profane would be generic version brand name of that would be Advil. You can buy either one. But the problem is some of these drugs at the hospitals have administering they haven't been able to get because manufacturing plants have shut down because of safety problems at the plant. They couldn't set aside the food and Drug administration that they were the drugs they would produce he would be safe, and that's created shortages sits also created the potential for price abuses. If you only have one manufacturer of generic drug most generic drug sell for very very small amounts, but there are certainly instances of of price gouging. So if you're talking about generic drugs that it shouldn't be too long before we can see these prices come down and these products on the market. Well, generic drugs are actually quite low priced the high sticker prices that people worry about either case where there's a drug. Rug that's on patent, and nobody else can make it or there's only one manufacturer of generic drug. We decided to. Abuse market power that that that manufacturer head. But the FDA the food and Drug administration is giving priority to drugs that are in short supply generic manufacturer wants to enter the market before they can enter the market the food and Drug administration has to. Tour their plant and make sure it's going to be safe in terms of producing drugs. And that's yeah. The several months delay. But in the past and now if their drugs in short supply, the FDA is going to prioritize a new manufacturer coming in who wants to make

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Chris Stapleton, Senator Jeff Flake and Jeff Marr discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Chris Stapleton, Senator Jeff Flake and Jeff Marr discussed on Rush Limbaugh

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Plan your financial future, with total confidence. The Hardworking Woman’s Guide to Money provides all the information you need

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Plan your financial future, with total confidence. The Hardworking Woman’s Guide to Money provides all the information you need

"Is strict on bonner i am the other half of the nice guys on business and today i'm taking over the interview duties for mr doug sandler because we have got a very very special guest some people would positively call her a doubting thomas because her strict protection of women's purchasing power rights you know she's an avid biker runner swimmer and she's absolutely someone who wanted her side when it comes to protecting your financial future k t thomas is our guest today she's financial planner for twenty five years of experience cheese also the author of hard working woman's guide to money hand podcast her as host of kt's money matters i don't know how she does all she is smart sassy and crate at debunk myths that will able her clients to save thousands of dollars a year k t welcome to the nice guys on business hicklin thanks for having me you are so welcome so we have been producing your podcast for couple of months now and it is so much fun and it is so much great information and that's what i really love about it is that it's really not just about saving money for women but just great financial information all the way around that is katie's money matters but we wanna talk a little bit about your book hard working woman's guide to money so what is it that was the catalyst to make you wanna raise centigrade question i've actually always wanted to write consumer finance books i feel like there's such a void there either really talking down to you or it's full of jargon that people can't really understand and so it's been sort of like my pet peeve that money books just don't seem to actually talk to people and so what i sat down and said you know what kind of money book do i wanna right i obviously being a woman i thought wouldn't it be great write a book for women there's lots of reasons why women need to be a little bit more careful about the decisions they make because they have a little less room for mistakes i love i love your book it's kind of a mix of storytelling so you told a lot of personal stories on also financial ideas in guidelines and then you also put in quick tips as well so what made you want to mix the quick tips in with kind of the bigger picture idea well i really wanted the book to feel like you know what if you were sitting on the couch for your best friend who knew you and knew everything about money and then helped you think about it and so the storytelling is a way to bring those ideas home to resonate with women you know how do you think about setting guidelines and whether or not you're going to lend money to family members whether or not you're going to take advantage of your benefits or would you change a job for better benefits for all of those pieces but then i also wanted something that was a resource guide oh well maybe i'm not gonna buy a house right now but when i go to buy a house seizes things you need to know when i go to apply for mortgage this is the thing you need to know when i changed jobs these the kind of benefits i want to look for this is what i wanna make sure might not be right now but i wanted that book to have sort of a life beyond just a storytelling that became a resource book for number of financial topics that might become an along such a great idea and kate to you know you have been a finnish planner for twenty five years what i wanna things i love about the book is it doesn't just talk about the big picture stuff like stocks and bonds and investing as you just mentioned you talk about lending money to families right like inside the family it can be really uncomfortable and very personal and i think that's one of the little things that people don't talk about that often in book so you really personalize it which i love and singer personalizing have to ask about the red hand yes so i put a big red handbag with v dollar bills on my cover and it represents a couple of things i it represents just how easy it is for money to come out of your bag because life is expensive and we all know that anybody living in america knows how easy it is for money to just go by and then the red handbag represents the pay equity for women against their counterparts in the working society that might be men and so we know today that women are today making about eighty three percent of what men making the same jobs throughout america and i tell a story in the book about how it used to be seventy percent you know i can remember when i think it was nineteen talk about it in the book was it was early nineteen ninety s at gone to dc with the business and professional women's association and it was an election year it was ill clinton versus bob dole and so bob dole comes in first and the woman who's running the interview handsome red bag and he says well this is terrific elizabeth a love this and then bill clinton comes in and she hands him the red bag and he says says let's turn this purse black so the red handbag represents the deficit of what women make compared to men i love it what a great metaphor for that and i love to hear also that the gap is closing obviously we still have work to do but i'm very glad to hear that you know i know you love doing the extra research i had no idea with with numbers were but it sounds like it's getting better since the nineties but we've still got room to improve and it you know it's funny because right now in college there are more girls in college than boys interesting are we starting to see what looks like a multiyear flip where alternately that might go the other way i don't know i mean i think women are still bearing the children i'm in no surprise to anybody and that means that they'll be years out of the workforce or at least months out of the workforce and people's priorities change you know i think that you know when i was growing up i had went to work my mother stayed home and took care of the four of us and then when last one went to school my mom started working parttime but really if anything needed to be done if anything went wrong my mother was on duty and i think as a result of course my mother made a lot less money than my dad over her lifetime and the reality is now what we know because all you have to do is look around day early bird special the women are all still alive and the men are all got so what's happened is women are left with a much longer life expectancy about seven years right now and significantly less income because they didn't have that time to work and i think that you know women coming long today understand that that's the truth it's not like you're gonna decide never to have children just so you can make as much money but you need to be cognizant of that impact on your finances and decide how you're going to address it is a very interesting perspective in one of the things i'm sure most people do not even think about that women are going to be living longer than men and it's gonna make it that much harder without that income if there is the income deficit still in kitschy i also love you know your books called the hardworking skycam money but there's so much in here that is good for men as well i don't want all of our male listeners to just tune out like this isn't for me but there's just crate overall advice for pretty much everybody i mean there are definitely certain things that are specific to women but there's a lot of great stuff for everybody i also if you don't mind to a little bit personal i know in two thousand eight you suffer a stroke and how did that change the way you thought about what you do with your time and your money because again to get a little more personal i know for million personally that you are an avid runner avid biker didn't you do was it an iron man and i'm actually doing another one this summer so i am a committed a weekend warrior if you will more than a weekend warrior i guess i'm a committed amateur athlete get to can you tell us a little bit about that because i got to tell you the things that i have heard that you do yeah yeah i couldn't even imagine and you know it's it's just amazing when i think about people that do you know iron manson try an iron man it it's an enormous commitment of time and energy you have to really want to do it but i am a bit runner most of my life not you know not a band tastic runner not leauge it runner just a runner and people would say to me she's you know you run a lot and i'm like yeah it's like running away you know i put on my ipod or that's not anymore but now by put on my my music whatever it was it used to be like that radio with a little tuning on the side and i run away and it's like i leave my life and all my responsibilities behind it i go for a rut and that's really how i became a runner was his idea of just a little bit of time just for me and then i got older and i started you know breaking myself a little bit with running anybody that's ever been a lifetime brunner knows that lifetime running brings a long running injuries i've done seven boston marathons i'm sorry eight boston marathon seven of them in a row and so i'm a committed runner and then you know once i got to be about forty my body start saying to me really couldn't do anything else and i bought a road bike mostly because i was suffering from a running injury and couldn't run and then i got sucked into this group that was training for a triathlon as they say the rest is history and i transitioned over to triathlon mostly because i train as hard as i wanted because you are always doing something different it wasn't like that overused running injury that kept coming back because it was running all the time so an iron man just for you know for dreaming purposes is a two point four mile swim a hundred and twelve mile bike ride and a full marathon so twenty six point two miles and my girlfriend kiki said to me when i told her i was doing this she goes it's not like you have to do it all in one day right and i go actually that actually is the point that you brought back to back that you do it all in one day and you complete one hundred and forty miles plus and quite an accomplishment so it's an amazing thing to train for i really liked to do things that are compelling and difficult and have a lot of moving parts and you have to figure it out that's what a plays to my dna that's kinda like what i like a puzzle solver and so this is like one more way for me to do that at my personal life and so going back to your question you know in two thousand and eight i dissect it an artery in my neck during a half ironman swim and i didn't actually know that and i came out of the water and i didn't feel quite right and i remember reading in a book this is my first half ironman that sometimes you get a little unsteady on your feet coming out of the water because of the whole buoyancy thing in the wetsuit so i basically decide it must be that and i jump on my bike and i ride away and about fifteen miles into the ride is the heat in the hills and the whole thing you know the effort of the race comes along i have what i can only say is like a wave of pain that comes over my head that's you know like they say the worst pain of your life and i remember thinking my bike shook a little bit and then it straightened out and i'm like trying to triage myself you know heatstroke migraine holy crap what was that like that and then i just started better drink more said i start riding and i start trying to sip a little fluid and he writing i think i'm doing okay but later when i saw the results the reality is i had been slowing down on the bike i didn't even know 'cause i wasn't really become after you damage brain you don't give it enough oxygen what happens is you become less and less able to see what's really going on your perception of what's happening little hazy and so i can remember coming down the side of this mountain and passing people on my bike so must been going like incredibly fast saying oh good picking off a few of these people like picket fences this is good at making up some time now i'm actually pretty conservative on the bike i think lift ride another day that's not you know picking them off going downhill is not really something i think about but i get back to the transitionary and i feel awful so i take three advil and a goo which is just like racing food and i put my sneakers on and i ran away and it's now it's hot not it's eighty something degrees didn't new hampshire it's in the summer and i start the the death march of the thirteen point one miles which really by the way lots of people are walking and running the people don't look great it's late tot people are tired and i remember running along thinking i should quit i had never felt that that in my life and i said i looked around and they all looked terrible to me and i said suck it up kt nobody's having a good day today just keep going and so seven miles into the run i actually collapsed my legs finally figured out my brain didn't know what it was doing and it better just take me out or i was going to you know literally kill myself and i had suffered three strokes one that day on the race course and then they say to shortly after that i believe actually had them in the hospital where i had my first like real epiphany about life which is you could die and people would be sad but they would move on all except for like you know you and i had been kinda burning the candle at both ends in every area of my life because that's sort of my dna anyway and not not allowing time for me in that big caregiver thing where you're taking care of everybody else and you think you have all of this expansion of of energy that you can do and then what i realized is i somewhere in there i was actually not getting what i needed and my hadn't even stopped thinking about that till i was laying in the hospital ruben what i realized is things needed to change and so change they did right away and that is part of the drive of the book is the idea of you know choosing what you want and not not worrying about what you didn't really want anyway so financially people do this to themselves all the time they need to make more and more money because they need more and more stuff that they perceive they actually need one or someone else has it and they think they should have it where they should be doing this in it's like a gerbil thing and so i decided right away that if i were going to first of all if i was going to stay in business that it needed to change right away because i was really like the everything to everyone for three hundred eighty families in a very small practice by myself with a couple of staff people and it was you know is unsustainable so i you know i hired some people and i brought in another adviser and i grew a couple more and i spent more of my revenue taking care of hiring the right people to buy myself time and that's how i think about it i think about every time that i bring somebody into the firm to help me do some piece of the firm i think about it as i am buying freedom with that money i'm using it to get work done by somebody else other than me so that i can you know stay married have a good life run by consume to my heart's content and actually sleep at nine it's pretty well you know we do fall into this hey this is my goal this is my target because sometimes it's what we've always been told it's what society tells us or because it's what we've always told ourselves and kitschy you're right sometimes we don't stop to think wait a minute is this really what i wanted it says tells like you know you had a successful business and you were growing it and it was making a lot of money but you didn't realize that just growth wasn't what you want it you wanted growth with your freedom to be able to let somebody else take over the rain sometimes so it wasn't all about you right i mean i think that if you're you know the the quote the hardworking woman but if you're a hardworking person and there's you know there are certain types that are just if there's not a job off i'll find something i can work you know i'm kind of like that kind of person and we really can work ourselves to death and so i always say like the biggest raw deal is dying at the desk you know you work your whole life you save your money you do this you do that you pay your mortgage do all these things and get into first year of retirement or you maybe don't even get into retirement and then you're gone so nobody knows the day or the time and so one of the things i've just decided is that you know dying with the biggest balancesheet is not winning because actually you're still dead and and and money is a means to the end it's not the end and so i always say to people money's valuable as you use it to get what you need and want and take care of the people that you care about period that's all it is what does the ancient chinese saying that was young man young men do everything they can to attain wealth old men spend all of their wealth to try to buy back their health that's right and you can't you can't do it yeah so one of the things that talks about a lot he's been doing meditation for many years and i do yoga every morning and i really trying to get into meditation just haven't been able to it sounds like at with you that your running and you're ironman training it's it's probably i'm guessing a form of meditation for you or you can kind of go to another place right you hit the girl that i swam with today we'll tell you that sometimes i'm just like swimming along and i'm like thinking about rolling something around in my mind or i'm just letting myself be where i am right at that moment and it's very very it clearing right it takes kind of all the noise way i have to believe it helps you physically and mentally i mean it probably not against us all the time that it helps him with the day to day it's not just the for him the ten minutes about tation or for you the time that you're actually out there running i'm sure that during the day in your regular day today it can help train and calm your mind as our absolutely love love that one of the things that you talk about in the book small steps can empower you to put yourself in a better position financially i find this a so true not just financially but with life as well it's just every little thing that you do a little bit different can make a huge difference how do you see it what are what are some of the small steps that you feel are really important to help financially big pitch you know so i think that people make financial decisions the brain works in such a way that you make each to eat each decision independently and you don't really like stack them so if i make this decision than that means i should change this people don't think like that they think one decision at a time and so what i try to say is you want to slow down a little bit and allow yourself because really what it is it's five seconds or it's two minutes it's it's just allowing yourself enough time to reflect on it before he pulled the trigger so like as an example there's a reason why they have president's day day weekend to sell cars not by the way because the cars are cheaper okay because they've convinced people's at this is when you should buy a car and they've convinced the sales people that if you don't fight right then you're never going to buy it and so the sales people are pushing you to make a decision right now about a car you may or may not actually want and you might get so caught up in the process to buy something you don't want and if you think that that's crazy i could tell you how much buyer's remorse there is number one buyer's remorse item is cars how sure six months later they're paying for it and they've lost all the reasons why they thought they were going to buy it and they settle in and they keep it because you know you getting rid of it is not really a good process right is basically you're gonna get host on the price you keep the car anyway but the amount of regret in the purchase of an automobile it's like okay slowdown how do you do that will i is you know if you decide that you're actually not buying that day and you know like especially if you you and your spouse or when you guys basically commit went not by today no matter what the other thing you can do is go looking at cars without the car you're planning on trading in because then they actually can't complete the sale until you bring your car in they look at it right it's really passive it's not really you know it's not an aggressive thing you're not going in there saying no way forget it i'm not doing this with you what you're really doing is you're making it impossible for them to close the sale that day and that's okay you're going to go in and drive a couple of cars you're gonna find out a little bit about what those cars cost then you said you know can i come back and talk to you about my trade and it breaks the sale into two days that's all you really wanna do is just give yourself a little bit of time overnight twenty four hours make sure that that's actually what you really want to and you can literally save thousands of dollars in fact you know there's there's this great little mathematical calculation about if you buy a car every three years versus if you buy a car every four years you save about ten thousand dollars over the course of a decade ev for the people who buy a car every four years for every three years wow okay so if you're going to work for thirty years that's thirty thousand dollars it's not a little bit of money it's the next car right right the next car that's an exactly i love that advice you know you're you're in it is in a very passive way but you're making it impossible for them to close the deal and that changes their attitude which is a good thing because none of us want the high pressure sales of car salesman you know and so that it takes that edged off like they're probably gonna back off a little bit because they know you don't have the car that you're trying to tame hey when you don't have it you can complete the deal i love that soc marts okay t tell us about kt's moneymatters podcast you have been doing it for quite a few months now you've had some amazing guests i'm very curious how you're liking it and what you feel like what what are you getting out of it so i am enjoying podcasting you know i had spent some time doing live colin talk radio in boston for few years and i had really enjoyed that because it was just you know people call up and ask you these outrageous questions and it would be like stumped the adviser and you'd be on the radio honey answering i actually really enjoyed that but the you know today people don't listen to that kind of radio at least not new england so podcasting is like you know it's the circa two thousand eighteen version of talk radio where people get to pick only what they want to listen to and listen to it whenever they want however they want it's lovely like lovely so i went right at it i thought i would love this i would love to do a money show so although i have these great guests may talk about these variety of things i always try to take it back to you know why do you care you know we tend to have a lot of guests who have started their own business i find that a lot of people are very curious about what they would need to do to start their own business you know i've had bankers on talking about what you need to know about mortgages or banking products or things like that but just basically the idea that you get you know bite size financial education so you know drive time financial information where you can learn one thing and then you know go back to your life club that a love and yvette definitely some really really interesting guests on so who is your who's your favorite cast you've had on the podcast far who that's a really good question i would say it was lou diamond i found him to be just a great guest just fun and interesting and diamonds got another podcast also called thrive loud which turn key podcast produces in we lose a great guy we've known lou actually for a year now and he is just kind of amazing and fun and german so kitty has doing the podcast has it changed your outlook on your you know call your day job i mean your business new day solutions right you talk a little bit about that and let me know has has doing the podcast change that at all now i mean you know i have a new day solutions is a really nice business we've been in business a long time most of the people that work for me them with me a long time where highly you know highly accredited we've got i just won the forbes investor by adviser by state award where i'm the only woman in new hampshire on the list so congratulations thank you and so we've we've really enjoyed a really fabulous career as a financial advisory firm and we're family firm so it's not like people wonder you know i think that people work with financial nationals all the time and they're actually not really sure how people get paid or how people are incented and so one of the things that i like is that it's very transparent and that it allows people to to know exactly how they pay me how they work with us what it is that we're trying to do for them and to be on this you know i always say on the same side of the table with my clients which is the most important face the podcast has in the book also is an idea of getting financial information to people beyond my clients have very nice clients the very nice practice it it grows every year new people come we have a nice team of people that work together i'm not running it all by myself anymore thank god and but i know that i have financial information that i would like others to get you know i would like to have a bigger megaphone i'd like to have more people be able to learn a little bit about money so you know i admit i do these things on the podcasts like you know talking about oh i don't know i did a show on lake should you put regular gas or or premium gas in your car and y you know premium gas is kind of a way fee to spend more money to get the exact same thing and what that might mean and you know these little son kind of tippy ideas about money just being a slightly better consumer can help you say you know hundreds hundreds of dollars a year actually without tried just knowing and so i like that the idea breaking it down and make it making it empowering that idea of a small idea that they can they can run with that just makes all of these things make these small changes in they all move you forward no i love that in and it's the kind of advice that i'm sure a new day that you know you don't really get out because you are looking at more big picture big investments not the little every day day to day things and the other thing that you know i don't know how many of our listeners are aware but as far as how you as an adviser get paid the encourage me if i'm wrong on this you know this much better than i do there are a lot of funds out there that are created by maybe the company that the financial advisor works for so if they sell you that fund then they get a kickback sometimes right right i mean it you know there are really two kinds of ways that financial advisor can be compensated they can be receiving commissions based on products that they sell you they could be receiving fees based on work that they do for you or many are actually getting paid for bells and so part of what is hard is when you work with an adviser that gets both commissions and fees is understanding when it is working for you when it is they're selling you something and it doesn't make them all bad because frankly the majority of our industry is in this hybrid commission fee platform but it's exactly what people dislike about the financial industry is that you don't really get how they get paid and you know and when you don't understand how somebody's paid you you actually can't understand when you're also paying more or when their advice is actually more for their benefit then for yours right because of course they're supposed to be advising you to to do better for you but if they're pushing their own product it could be because they want a higher commission on it right you know and also you know the type of product so you know the the reality is i always say to my clients you know if i'm recommending a product that generates the highest compensation to me you and i should be asking why this product right a credit add advisers and there was a fiduciary role the came in on the end of the obama administration that got set aside that was about the idea that advisors had to have a fiduciary responsibility to clients which they don't they're like i don't wanna say they're like car sales men but they have the same legal responsibility to you as car salesman because they actually worked for the dealership and the only people that are not it doesn't right it doesn't mean i can't buy great outy from the audi dealer and the salesman that works there just means i gotta know that he's not really getting paid for me getting paid from audi and he's got a home matrix for how he gets paid that i'm never gonna understand it's just you know let's not get into politics i think doug and i do enough of that on tuesday and thursday kt thank you so much for coming on anything that you want to any last bit of advice you wanna to give us before we wrap it up yeah i'd love you to pass on like if you have a i always think about my book is like the perfect kind of cutting eight coming of age book for women so here's what i'll say you have a young college grad you have a young high school grad you have a daughter a sister a wife a friend that you think some basic financial education in a really nonthreatening way please share with them contact information about getting my book the hard working woman's guide for money which is available on amazon and and or come listened to katie's money matters podcast free and available produces once a week to provide like dripping financial financial education on people get you could not have said it better myself against katie's moneymatters confined on i tunes or stitcher radio or overcast google play wherever you get your podcast a hard working woman's guide to money it really is such a great book and don't worry it's not gonna talk over your head it's got some great big picture things it's got some great money little tips hand as well podcast but her it really as host is written of for kt's the everyday money matters i woman don't know or how she everyday does guy all that she has is smart women sassy in and their crate life at debunk myths a daughter that will a able wife her clients a friend to save that they thousands want to help of dollars out it a year really k is a great t buying all welcome the links are going to to the be nice in the show guys notes on 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Markets Update

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Markets Update

"Morning six tenths of a percent the footsie100 up a quarter of one percent the cac karen six tenths of a percent higher xetra dax up three tenths of a percent really this follows from strong session in asia asia pacific was up by one point two percent by the close at the chinese market hong kong market and the japanese market fooling pretty strongly in fact the chinese company shanghai compensate up by nearly two and a half percents by the end of the trading day we've got here in europe some of the mining still doing quite well rio tinto at one point three percents anti fa and cavs minerals up by more than two percent hp also percents say strengthen the copper price and strength in the mining sector seems to be one of the themes of this morning we'll the air franz komo by more than seven percent this morning david pulled you some traffic stats over the last few hours or say in other assets the dollar a little weak of this morning in fact that weakening trend for the dollar has gained momentum through the morning we down by two tenths of a percent on the other side the pound is high at the pound is high up by half a percent in european trade is little sluggish during the asian session on the back of the resignation of david davis the practice secretary we've yet to hear about who his replacement will be but at the moment it doesn't look like a leadership challenge each plant currently and therefore we see the pound continuing it said trajectory higher that we saw on friday so that's a quick look at the fx

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"advil" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"advil" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Advil you're on new jersey one on one point five hi hi my name is pat i just came in on this story late but why is there is just got many of them watch if they just versus office a lot of people are a lot of them do now i mean that is how some of the schools are dealing with it because i know we've a small school small school there's only three hundred seven hundred twelve and you know there's one and she goes nurse's office what if that makes her what makes her feel terrible by having to be set aside like that the only thing i can say is that she's doing what she wants to do or she would choose another way to do i guess but i think she's doing it to save embarrassment navy or that might help you know if she trades general and everybody knows about it i don't you know embarrassed but i couldn't answer that question so do you know i mean so new to all i'll give you that i will absolutely give you that it is something that even ten years ago people who had no problem whatsoever with gay men and lesbian women and it's just not something that was all that thought about or even talked about the last couple of years the news is next on new jersey one zero one point five radio you'll situation for everybody thinking about new jersey one zero one point five using the.

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Walmart tightens its opioid prescription policies

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Walmart tightens its opioid prescription policies

"Hey you want to rush through the sentence meantime walmart is making good it's maybe okay here it is walmart is making good at a promise to make its opioid prescription policy a bit more strict a bit more strict jan johnson has the story cut g a study by the centers for disease control found that people who are prescribed at least one day of opioid therapy have a six percent chance of being addicted a year later for those prescribed eight days or more that chance spikes to more than thirteen percent to meet those concerns walmart says it's going to start filling first time opioid scripts for seven days or less it will limit dosages and by twenty twenty it will also require electronic prescriptions for all controlled substances to fight fraud and minimize errors i'm jan johnson hey got to do something about this i mean either insert yourself in story so you know i've had this shoulder surgery it'll be twelve weeks this wednesday twelve weeks and i was at the pto 'cause i'm still doing the physical therapy and i was talking to the physical therapist i said because i never took hopyard so just didn't do it they they don't sit well with me advil and tylenol right how how could i be so much different than someone else.

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"advil" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"advil" Discussed on WJR 760

"Have you walk hard but the cat scan is actually more accurate than the treadmill so i will not put you on the treadmill right very quickly here to your your take on the opioid epidemic for a number of years now it's been increasing where medical doctors when they can't solve a problem prescribe an over the counter drug maybe you having some pain maybe an advil maybe a motrin maybe an aleve that's not working then you go to the stronger stuff and you get into the the the opioids what do you make of this what they're calling now a major epidemic in our country yeah it's a terrible terrible problem and i don't prescribe narcotics and basically never have but partly as a cardiologist muslim frontlines doing that you gotta go upstream and roots cop so why we actually really do know that food influences pain and again brightly colored fruits and vegetables particularly ginger turmeric rosemary extremely good for paying to actually can decrease amount of sugar in your diet the amount of fruits and vegetables you might get rid of that pain and then the root causes of back pain hip pain pain is the hundred extra pounds carrying right control the diet get rid of those weight and you'll start to feel much better so rude.

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"advil" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"advil" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of the cd plant then for me then you keep taking motrin advil aleve or go and get stronger medicine i was prescribed oxy cotton that i refuse to take i told the doc i'm not taking it explain to the american people how they extract of the marijuana plant can take the place of these much stronger narcotics which is opioid says you know my family has has alcoholism all over the last thing i'm gonna do at my age is start drinking i ain't going to happen and i don't want to take an opioid so how does it work that can actually be take the place of an opioid how does that work well it removes the course of the pain opioids are are used to to mask the pain they don't eliminate the pain the pain so cbd has the benefit of being the antiinflammatory which will work on the source of the pain so if you limit the source of the pain the pain goes away and that way you don't need the opioids to mask the pain and to say this say this differently that what happens with an opioid it goes to the brain which turns off pain receptacles in the brain rain so you don't feel the pain but inflammation normally are juices or water whatever that develop in the tissue that press up against the nerve that causes the pain and if you take an anti inflammatory it it goes to the source of the pain which in my case is my left hand on my back and there's less inflammation and and you can actually do things in life you otherwise couldn't do and is not addictive for for those like greg shirts might producer who's concerned about addiction do you become in incense addicted to cbd or addicted to marijuana does that happen no no there's no no indication or no no studies that have been shown that there's any kind of addiction especially for cbd it's a very very benign compound i mean th there's no sense of feeling high you won't come up positive on a drug test because there is no thc in any of the.

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"advil" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"advil" Discussed on WEEI

"Put back as to how fast he just turns the page on your success so and when you go through a football season you're really taken those hits you're taking the advil you're taking the toward all you're taking the things to help your body recover you're doing massages so when you win a super bowl you're like wow you know and then to for bill you know who come in be like yeah well you know we're we're behind everybody else now you're like great example is that of a great example of that was you know we had the parade and that's usually during the offseason guys have you know we're gonna do the parades and this was i think the last the last one he's like yeah you know we're going to do this parade we're we're kind of a couple of weeks behind everybody else you need to really focus in on the next season and i'm just like man this parade i'm gonna have fun no no sorry it wasn't the parade it was the ring ceremony that's where it was it wasn't the prayed it was the ring ceremony because that year that we had one the ring ceremony is usually after off season started and we're going to not as so bills really focused on hey let's like turn the page on last year that's over with signed gonna help us this year so it was it was exactly that we had the ring ceremony and that i was and that was my first one so i was so excited to get this thing i had googled and i'd like just searching like rings like how's it going to be designed that day i was like i just wanted to get out of the building it was like the last day of school.

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"advil" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"advil" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Their blood and we began to wonder well what could these be doing for the athletes in in our latest study we show that they actually act like ibuprofen advil motrin in decreasing a gene the cox two gene which is the same target is ibuprofen to reduce information and pain we showed that these banana metabolites doubt appear in your blood is you eat the banana very quickly act like ibuprofen in knocking out there gene wow that's pretty amazing would would i'm just curious with these same if somebody's not exercising the eat a banana drinks water would they get the same ibuprofen like effect that's great question exercise will up regulate that gene is part of the pain and information that you feel after a hard workout and then those banana metabolites would knock down that gene expression so without exercise that gene isn't really expressed unless you have some type of injury and so i say not likely for most people it takes exercise heart exercise about to turn it on and then having a banana like before and after will provide the sugar you need for the performance but at the same time act as an appropriate substitute and just bananas not apples or oranges or peaches and ecuadorans hi which one is most responsible we're just about there and some very unique metabolites occur in bananas that are not found anywhere else in fruit or vegetables that includes dopamine and so because it's so unique to the banana we're thinking this is really the the primary way to get it yeah so that question has been looked at over and over and really salt is not an issue until you really go out there a long time something more than four hours so people think that the sodium in a sports drink is necessary to replace what they lose them sweat that's not really true it's really there for the taste and facilitate the glucose transfer from the intestine into the blood so you really don't need to worry about salt unless you're going to be on for hours like ultra athletes all right well really fascinating stuff thank you very much.

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"advil" Discussed on A VerySpatial Podcast

A VerySpatial Podcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"advil" Discussed on A VerySpatial Podcast

"Not to this is something that i've been carrying my bags that i don't know that anyone else does but i find it really ed pages is i put together a l towards ten can and i've got a little first aid kit in it and i keep a little you know little advil memoriam and some tweezers and some have an eye glass repair kit now because i wear glasses and i've got some band aids and stuff like that and it doesn't take a lot of space it doesn't take up a lot of weight but i find that really contagious to have because when something bad happens it can be very difficult to find a source to fix the problem particularly but something that's a little more emergency related and it oftentimes i say more often not it's for somebody else instead of you a lot of times people say hey it's terrible headache way i have something so it's kind of nice to have so it's something to consider then i don't i don't really care too much more yeah that's the thing is that there's not much else we carry and you can fit all that into a really small amount of space now of course very spatial tends to carry a lot of audio recording equipment and things like that but we're doing something different and that's why but most people aren't so you can eat that no really really small bag it doesn't way that much but you also if you are going to be taking any pictures whether in the conference center or you're just as you're walking down the street little tripods can be useful or really ebbs or those type of thing so you know keep in mind that this isn't just for when you're in the conference center you're probably have your back with you as you're walking around a little bit too so you know paintings and don't forget there's a better than average chance you're gonna leave with more you're gonna come back with more stuff than you left with though there's an exhibit hall hall or something like that you know you'll pick up things and that's okay but you know little space to carry that stuff is not worth this is worth thinking about yeah often we'll carry little.

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"advil" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"advil" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Bed they've got their big fat doodlebug doggy dogg's thicken right out there for the whole world to see the memo advil bottle is lane right there on the floor i find some of the advil chewed up so i know that there's something in her memos stomach there are additional hole pills wayne around so i know that not everything made it into the memo stomach but i have to go off and have the memos stomach investigated to find out the extent of what's veyre then we have to detoxify the memo not knowing exactly what's in it the entire time hiding in any way they placer form it she can possibly fine but yet sticking that tale out there in some form of tail wagging attempt at forgiveness yeah it's a doodle memo and sometimes you just can't run some times as forrest gump was fined a say in they're just art unauthorized ox stick around were come right back the this is yellowhammer news i'm andrea thais release the memo movement might actually come to fruition today the white house is expected to send the fourpage memo to the house of representatives four release many democrats are criticizing its contents saying it's mostly hype from a republican led house intelligence committee several alabama lawmakers have read the memo and they say they found that disturbing because a detailed government abuse of power against political opponents matt gates another congressman from florida also weighed in with fox news.

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"advil" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"advil" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Though the story didn't always makes sense wbur producer and performer amory severed and dug deep to find the soul of the machine here she is reading part of that story written by an intelligent machine the result is a shape of an alternative to electric cars but the most famous problem is that the control system is then powered by a computer that is composed of a second part of the spectrum the first solution is far from cheap but if it is a bit like a solid sheet of contact with the spectrum it can be read as the sound waves are available this is way way beyond what a computer was able to do even a couple of years ago this is moving very quickly i'm not so sure that i will be very convinced by uh that that story so old i'll tell you another little story so this morning my head some ibuprofen on the counter said advil if you like and um it got knocked off on the floor and my dog being a puppy immediately at it before i could pick it up so then i'm like okay how do we make the dog throw up so i go on go online and and it turns out that um if you ask questions about how to you know how to your pets there are lots and lots of ai systems that are answering those questions so you know you find this a conversation on just dances dot com and it says a high you know what my dog just swallowed ibuprofen you know what should i do and the isis monsters well how much does ibuprofen way and how old is he associates one of the things i have profound is the name with a dog so.

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"advil" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"advil" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"When i got a whole bunch advil impounded that stuff down so dan did you weigh introduce shirt dan donde danny and all the guys and gals a denny this is my buddy don't deng's of of stunt man he just get done do in fast and furious eight and in owns this restaurant and i asked him i said why did you buy this he said well this was by cheers this is where i came in and had a few beers when i got home from work i would hang out here on friday saturday nights this was the this was my place the came in what i've said there were some of the restaurant we'll the menu is our franken i are not going to eat there yet because it's a little too much on the surfers side if the you know what i mean it's sipped franken i love to go and and dine elegantly is e you know what i mean by that putt europe sorta i mean they're all explain elegant dining elegant dining is when you know what i don't know if by elegant dining elegant dining is what when you have a male waiter we are not going to have a female waiter oh boy fell she tagged you bad you got tired but a dutchman twice yeah okay whatever year what are you laughing at though all right on regional traffic the traffic them before we flip lynch mob and came up with regret but on the guy goes up to become a bit of happy the a game in america and the proper bella trump rebel clam up and go the good work.

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"advil" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"advil" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Yeah thank you so much you're the big big big every time he does it until it's just like what he does it's like training the dog ohit is so terry and i have this joklikhe goes every time he get in the bad i make him get out that's and he's probably right but i had i needed advil so badly last night any gotten better you'll new goes oh get in the idea the bed really get out of it and i go i need go come on donate do everything renew he didn't even complain gives because he knows it's right he just got out of the bat and anyone did it are there was a very long explanation and i'm not sure i have the exact answer for this because it there's too many factors that i don't know but in this sort of space i would say start him off with a simple task and be super grateful and then start expanding his task list and maybe fine one thing to do to gather yup agreed you guys thank you so much listening i love hearing from you got some really great comments lately about which gas you particularly la in who you'd loved to here on here so you know leave us a review go to uh i tunes think it's called apple podcasting now and go lewis of five star reviews would love to get that and we'd love to hear from you you check out heather's closet my youtube channel and if you become a subscriber you're eligible to win something amazing from my closet we've got giveaways going on now and don't forget drmrs guinea pig podcast is.

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