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"alisa" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

Coffee And A Book

05:40 min | Last month

"alisa" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

"And the the thing that martian was was kind of up on is that he felt like when he looked at the teachings of jesus he thought that that was in contradiction with what he read about god in the old testament and so he actually believed that the god of the old testament and the god of the new testament were actually two different deities and so with. Jesus being all loving and forgiving god of the new testament. You have this deity in the old testament. Who's who's just jealous. And mean spirited and petty and so he. He essentially rejected the old testament now. Progressive christians Probably wouldn't take it quite as far to say it's actually a different deity in the old testament but they definitely separate how god is portrayed in the old testament versus the jesus that they see in the new testament and so they'll often their answer to that Different little slightly different than marshon would be to say. Well anything you read. In the old testament that describes god in any kind of a violent or punitive way must just be the the writers best attempts to explain their beliefs about god. But that's not really who god was. So they like martian decide that that old testament god is is not the real god and so they'll they'll discard parts of scripture like martian did martian had his own canon and so I see similarities. There and and there are some others was really fun Chapter to right. Because i got to research some of these things and and kind of look for these similar points but yeah there's nothing new under the sun in fact i think that's what the chapter is called nutley. That's exactly right. That is the name of the chapter. And what are the other chapters. I've really enjoyed started off with a quote by dr bart ehrman and everyone who listen to this program knows who he is where he said. We can't know what was written. Because we don't have the originals. And i think he did really well in explaining why we can trust what the new testament says. How how did you contrast progressive christianity with the new testament. What are some of those differences. Well one of the big issues in the class. That i was in was i was.

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"alisa" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

06:57 min | 2 months ago

"alisa" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Is this when you were singing. Hymns into the darkness just curious where you singing the good old hymns or like a christian pop version. It was actually. I didn't know this at the time but it was so modern him before the throne of god above. That's that's the one that stands out in my mind is the one. I sang the most often. Because for me it's like when when it says Before the throne of god now. I can't remember the words very winston temps me. His name is love. Whoever lives in pleads for me. I that if that wasn't true then i had no hope and i was clinging to advocate. This idea that. I had an advocate before the father probably more than anything else. We'll see you went on to write this book another gospel and we want to talk about some of the some of the mark of progressive christianity and some of the challenges that you're right about in here but i wanted to suggest that if you wanted to sell more books you could just write a book called like wash your face or something like that. Yeah just girls get your humor humor and you need munich straight. I can't straighten out your girl. I don't know. I don't know just trying to help. We're just all right. Well let's talk about some of the stuff you talking about here. You have this. Division set up between historic christianity and progressive christianity. So what i what i off. What's the main thing you think that defines progressive christianity yes progressive. Christianity is not a cradle movement in that they're united around certain beliefs. You know if you go back history with christians we've been credo. There's always even going back to within three to five years of jesus death and resurrection. There were creeds emerging circulating. That summarized what christians believed in what united them progressive. Christianity just doesn't work that way. And i think that's because it's largely a movement that's reacting against Evangelical culture of the late eighties nineties. Two thousand and so. It's really not so much about what you believe. It's about what you do and so you can have to progressive christians. That one might think. Jesus was physically resurrected from the dead. The other one might not and they're okay to be in unity with each other because it's really not about that We would be a problem for historic christians if somebody came in and said hey. I don't think jesus was raised from the dead. That's cool okay. Great we went out. And so i think that to define it. Broadly you could say if you take the theological liberalism that arose in the late. Eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds. You marry that with the postmodern mood of where we are right now with cultural relativism and moral relativism and work. Cultures at to marry those together. And you just drop it right in the middle of the evangelical church you have progressive cini because largely. It's a movement that's growing up in out of the local church. So it's you're not gonna find atheists who heard the mess progressive christianity found convincing and converted or hindus buddhists. These are evangelical That's why we have the hashtag expand jailable this these. This is an axe evangelical movement of christians that are just basically adopting the the liberal conclusions that burned their way through the protestant mainline denominations and are now just being reinvigorated. I think in the evangelical church that makes sense. Yeah connection. there's some confusion. Is there a connection between politically being politically progressive and progressive christianity. Or they're just completely completely different spheres. That's a question and that is actually a question especially in the climate right now that i'm investigating a little bit more because they're definitely political elements of course for sure. My book is completely theological. Look at but i'm starting to kind of try to dig down deeper into the the sort of political overtones. Because i mean it's definitely going to be not republican. You know that's But i think that a lot of progressive christians were maybe reacting against what they viewed as evangelical church getting married to the republican party and said they were reacting against that but they've almost kind of ended up on the other side of things doing their own version of that got. You lost that. I had something you had a good question as con man. Just wait one second. What is the inspiration. If you'd like ghana gnostic and your he pretty much believe that you can kind of pick and choose from the bible. And how do you hold onto your. I don't know in your studies. How do you hold onto your faith. i got how. What is the drive for these people. Why why are you stick around white tag. Jesus onto whatever you want to be true. Does it just give you like a like a badge to be a pastor something as well. Yeah that's a really good question and there. There was some interesting Things i've heard from bart campobello a and i'm sure you guys are aware bar cam polo. His father tony cam polo and bart started to go through progressive christianity. And he started to sort of rethink the resurrection and all of these core doctrine and then when he declared secular humanist being interviewed and he said you know if you're going to deny core doctrines you should just be intellectually honest and go all the way into atheism or You know secular humanism or something like that. And that's what he did. And i actually have to say i agree with him. I think that if you are persuaded that for beliefs of christianity are not true. You shouldn't call yourself a christian. But i think the reason so many do and this is. What's i think hard for people to understand who haven't really experienced the movement You know like on a personal level a whole lot is that progressive since it's not like they're just sitting around and going. Hey i just. I don't really liked this about conservative for she eighty so i'm just going to change it. I'm gonna still call myself a christian in their mind. They actually think they are the correct version of christianity. Think more conservative historical sheehan christians. They would probably not like the term historic because they they would probably think they're the ones trying to bring back historic christianity. But in says they think for christians to say for example that homosexuality homosexual behavior would be a sin..

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"alisa" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"alisa" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Alisa Parenti joining us for the Bloomberg business reports. Talk about a winning day. ELISA. Yeah, we've got big games here. Jason and Jackie Wall Street's been dominated for months by technology stocks for good and bad. Today's gains are remarkable because they include the broadest range of companies seeing these kinds of gains in months. The Dow up 494 points are almost 2%. NASDAQ Gaining 165 or 1.5%. The composite is back above 11,000 and the S and P higher by 57 points. The Bloomberg W. W J Detroit Index jumping almost 3% workhorse shares are higher by 11% after President Trump viewed Lord Stone Lordstown Motors Electric pickup truck called endurance at the White House. Trump says the trucks all electric four wheel drive system was quote an incredible concept. General Motors will repay $28 million in state tax incentives to Ohio after closing its Lordstown plant in March of last year, and the agreement calls for the car maker to pay $12 million for community support programs there now GM shares still up about 1.5% to $29.44 a share. I'm ELISA Parental with the Bloomberg Business Report on W. W. J. NewsRadio, 9 50 just albums of all time Temptations anthologies. Temptation sold tens of millions of albums worldwide, more significant in the evolution of our B and soul anthologies. A greatest hits compilation that was issued three separate times. First was a Final three LP said issued in August of 1973 covering the Temptations work Up to that point second was a double CD release 1986, including five additional tracks. Third release was in May of 90 95 with another retool Tracklist do one thing to protect the environment..

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US economic recovery slows

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

US economic recovery slows

"Economic outlook has taken a turn for the worse. This story from Alisa Parenti. The University of Michigan's nationwide consumer sentiment index is falling as the Corona virus pandemic barrels through Texas, Florida and other states, slowing the economic recovery and forcing many businesses to close once again. July's drop in consumer sentiment reverse most of the prior months gain I'm Bloomberg's Alisa Parenti on W W J NewsRadio, 9 50

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Burger King is selling a burger made from cows on low-methane diet

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Burger King is selling a burger made from cows on low-methane diet

"Whopper and help the planet. At the same time. The fast food chain today started selling burgers source from cows that belch out less methane. Because they're using cattle raised on a diet supplemented with lemon grass. That's expected to cut greenhouse gas emissions from those animals by about 1/3. Bloomberg MoneyWatch at 26 56 past every hour. I'm Alisa Parenti for 10 10 wins wins news

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"alisa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:31 min | 7 months ago

"alisa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Podcast your show the seat with Alisa can you please thank your friend for passing the Buck I know I say this often the show but this is how the show keeps getting bigger every month and it's important because there are more podcasts everybody and their great uncle Phil has a podcast these days I mean everybody's going out podcast and it puts pressure on the business because this is a business and I am a Catholic sports business up pressure on the business of podcast because you know with more more the advertisers expect more more people to be downloading or else they're going to look elsewhere right so whatever the whatever the floor is for certain advertising campaign goes pop with more more podcasts now they got all the shows that are big news brands they put out a podcast or whatever so it's getting to be a very crowded space I do think trump should do a podcast I don't know why he hasn't yet I mean all the other congressmen are doing podcasts I really trump should do one kind of wish the members of Congress to focus more on legislating but you know to each his own but I think trump should have a podcast but allies I'm sorry obviously this is a I'm sorry not sorry this is this really struck a chord for me because I really people is asking how can I help whatever little if you believe in the show if you believe what we're doing here the single most important thing single support well the Jewish board things you can do R. the check out and support our sponsors because they track every single one of you who buys anything or signs up for anything that we're promoting on the show it's like a vote it's like you're voting for the show to say on the air and I only have great products and then companies that share our values are great people on the show and then bypassing the podcast one person that's I I'm sorry to take every time sort of doing a commercial for the show within the show but yeah like I said if everybody if everyone just got one person every podcast listener got one person in their life you also download listen to the show we would be we would be absolutely crushing it within a within a month and we're already doing really well a lot of people in the show but I mean it would be the one of the biggest podcasts out there Alisa said it's a spot for the mind thank you my intellectual retreat from a crazy illogical world especially the last few months I work in emergency services you and Tucker Carlson our national treasures yours in Tucker show keeps me warm and fuzzy at night and I pray for your safety health every day she'll drive west Palm Beach walleyes it thank you so much in a west Palm producer mark and I talk to west palm may be where the freedom mud relocates so you know you never know west palm I hear great things I hear great things little bit little bit great thanks a little bit so thank you for listening down there and please spread the word I just had a fascinating conversation recently with Dr McQuillan from omega XL about pain PC whether it's back pain knee pain neck or shoulder the underlying causes most likely inflammation you have to defeat inflammation or can cause permanent damage now omega XL does just that it's brilliant it's backed by thirty five years of clinical research and pain relievers and topical rubs they just mask the problem you see omega XL neutralizes the inflammation that causes painful stiff joints and muscles the doctor said something else that really stuck with me he told me that with my prescription pad I can't write anything that comes close to doing what omega XL does look that's good enough for me you should try it if you're suffering with.

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Viral video shows woman calling cops on black man in Central Park

WBBM Morning News

02:36 min | 8 months ago

Viral video shows woman calling cops on black man in Central Park

"Video of a white woman calling police on a black man in New York City Central Park is racking up tons of views online the man Christian Cooper reportedly asked a woman he didn't know identified as Amy Cooper to leave her dog in a section of the park where leashes are mandatory Christian Cooper is an avid bird watcher he apparently made the request because the law was created to protect birds and other wildlife listen to what happened next please don't come close to me please post please don't come close please please call the cops please call the cops American men threatening my life please tell them whatever you like he's recording police did not make any arrests Amy Cooper later apologized the investor thing which is a vice president placed her on administrative leave and she returned the dog to a rescue shelter while the matter is being addressed a candidate running to be Manhattan district attorney said it's a good thing Christian Cooper reported the incident Alisa Orleans says she's tried cases where the DA's office uses a quote hysterical nine one one call as categorical evidence of guilt Gail even before she dials she says she will tell the police there's an African American man threatening her life and then intentionally you hear her intentionally raised her voice to concoct a sense of danger throughout American history there have been innumerable examples of African Americans falsely accused to be imprisoned shot lynched as Attorney Orleans points out I shudder to think what would happen if Mr Cooper had not been filming once again I say thank goodness that there's video tape you know I think is the daughter of a black man and the mother of a black man this is really too much for me today I'm still rattled by that last story and she's practically strangling her dog practically strangling her dog to make these false accusations against another black man I'm still so upset but I'm so sorry I'm still so upset by that last story where the man is hand cut underneath the car where people are pleading please he can't breathe and we're watching a man died so we go from that story now to this story where she falsely accuses a black man on television I mean I I don't even know what to do or how to handle this at this particular time I know that this is I'm

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"alisa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"alisa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Calling it our social distancing survival guide tips on dealing with being cooped up at home a lot for the next few weeks what hello Alisa a dog barking sorry once helped me that is allies this messenger you might have heard her on the show before she's a comedian in Los Angeles and for the past few days Alisa has been self quarantine with her husband and her dog I called around to check in and check anyways first question how are you holding up I'm doing okay you know this is I think you can look at this as either a transformative time or you can just panic I never get the chance to sort of slow down so there's been a real test of like seat because you always promise yourself when you have time all the things that you'll do so I can sort of things yeah what thing from that long list of stuff to do when you have time have you finished in the last week or so let's give you the most satisfaction gosh Tom what see here I cleaned out I got rid of a bunch of Roz Roz I meditated which is always when I promise I'll do this and I started working on a an outline that is do you okay making the best of the rona yes the rona it's funny I've been thinking all this week about stuff to watch while you're stuck at home and I just watched you in the new Netflix movie Spencer confidential and I gotta say it snaps to you you are at Texan woman who pulled off a pretty impressive Boston accent now are you from Boston saying that are you just a regular other person I'm saying that as the techs and who lived up there for one or two years it was it was possible you should patch up on the back for that thank you I appreciate that I am happy that I could be part of something that takes their minds off of that I'm not going to put you on the spot but if you wanted to give our listeners a taste of your Spencer confidential Boston accent I would allow you to do so right now for a check if you want it hi so hard to improvise in another person's accent but I would tell you go watch spends a confidential it's on Netflix hopefully you have an account I don't know what they're doing you know and what city and they have the best sex on a sink spoiler alert no matter I liked it I liked it fine you know I have watched all of your comedy specials on Netflix it what it is six five six five five watch them all in a constant theme and all of them has been love and relationships and courtships and most recently marriage you are currently not just socially distancing with your husband you are also doing a TV show basically with him as well from home this is a live cooking feed you started with your husband it post to Facebook and Instagram don't panic pantry have there been any comedic insights you've gained about marriage in the time of corona I'm not working I mean you know hopefully married your best friend I was actually saying that today it's interesting you can hang out with your best friend for a couple of days and get annoyed and it's different with a husband constantly annoyed but you still want to hang out with them also a thing that's always helpful to remember is that like you can isolate yourself from time to time even if your social distancing with a partner or loved one you can say to them I'm gonna be over on this side of the apartment for an hour don't get me please photos are incredible thing headphones and the simple act of turning one's back what is been for you the funniest moment of your coronavirus experience something happened while shopping in or distancing or whatever well I don't know it's funny but I was we went to the grocery store and I you know I'm a big advocate for plastic free stuff in sustainability and I think I was looking at all the shells that were empty and then seeing the products that hadn't been taken like if this is a panic mode people are both buying things and if your product is still on the shelf that nobody wants it nobody wants your plastic chicken of the sea eight refused to applaud all right so wrapped in tune and plastic quit using it with Basil it's fine we need more fish in the ocean quick views on them with weird herbs yes I was just joking yesterday like here it feels like the world's ending and I'm just talking in a grocery store what I do best yeah last question for you what song are you washing your hands to right now RT bees.

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"alisa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"alisa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Com made Alisa says they've been able to expand their corona virus testing capabilities as officials worked to contain the spread of the virus Stangel new testing that has come online through the private sector that is changing the numbers rapidly so we said in the courses week we could do dozens of tests in a day as of now that is turning into hundreds of tests a day the mayor sharing some details about the city's latest case a fifty one year old man who lives on the Upper West Side who also has a direct connection to the newer shell man was being treated for the virus meantime governor Cuomo says the state now has forty four confirmed cases of coronavirus new Jersey announcing the state's fourth case of coronavirus as the diagnosis of a Bergen county man comes back positive he's in his fifties and is being treated at Englewood hospital the news coming hours after Camden County man was diagnosed tests on one or more people are still pending Connecticut announcing the state's first case of coronavirus involving a New York City resident who works at a hospital in Fairfield County the patient reportedly is in ploidy of Danbury and Norwalk hospital's it's not immediately clear where the person is receiving treatment or if they've been put into isolation schools in New York in New Jersey reacting to the novel coronavirus outbreak details and W. B. C. surly Kessler to private schools in Manhattan's Spence and collegiate of shut down for a deep cleaning today after learning that a collegiate student as a family member who may have been exposed a teacher at a city public school Brooklyn's James Madison high has tested negative for covert nineteen but to other teachers there remain quarantined with test pending following a recent trip to Italy meantime New Jersey education officials are telling school districts to prepare for cleaning closures ordering them to submit home instruction plans which could include online learning I'm certainly counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news vice president Mike pence speaking to reporters while alongside members of the coronavirus task force saying twenty one people aboard a cruise ship off California's coast have tested positive for the coronavirus and explain test would be distributed to areas of need we will make corona virus tests available for your local doctor available to your pharmacy and broadly available to the American public North Carolina congressman mark meadows taking over as White House chief of staff president tweeted I have known and worked with mark in the relationship is a good one a staunch advocate of the president meadows was not running for re election for his North Carolina congressional seat the announcement of meadows on Twitter came just a minute after the president tweeted out that current White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney will become the United States special envoy for Northern Ireland Jeff McKay reporting next loose of the thunder one twenty six one oh three nets over the spurs one thirty nine one twenty devils beat the blues forward to spring training yanks lose to the Orioles five one Astros.

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UNLV hands No. 4 San Diego State its first loss, 66-63

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

UNLV hands No. 4 San Diego State its first loss, 66-63

"A poor first half was too much to overcome as number four San Diego state suffered its first loss of the season falling to U. N. L. V. sixty six sixty three yes just came out flat from the start shooting just thirty three percent and two of twelve on three point attempts as the rebels opened up a twelve point lead at the half as tech's head coach Brian Dutcher expresses his disappointment in not getting the perfect season well we tasted defeat for the first time it doesn't taste very good were vastly disappointed we wanted a perfect season but it didn't happen and that's college basketball you if he was led by Alisa Mitri longs nineteen points Amari hardy seventeen points and Bryce Hamilton's double double of eleven points and ten rebounds Malachi Flynn led all scorers with twenty four points for the Aztecs Tino losing costs Philip gone San Diego

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Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage by Harnessing the Power of Your Infradian Rhythm with Alisa Vitti

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

08:43 min | 11 months ago

Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage by Harnessing the Power of Your Infradian Rhythm with Alisa Vitti

"I'M GONNA jump right in to hormonal advantage. You know a few weeks ago my girlfriend I were having a conversation and it was before she was about to get her period and she was basically in a state where I won't get into all the words but you can curse on this podcast. And so she was like the gist of it was like this does not feel like an advantage right now. This feels like a big weight and a lot of women have thought that before. Why us we go through all the stuff then the top of that the gender pay gap and this thing and that thing and it just feels like. There's a lot of huge burden. That's there on women but in your subtitle you say hormonal advantage. Tell us what's more. I just love that. You bring right to the beginning of this conversation. The cultural narrative and mythology that we're dealing with right. We have inherited a cultural narrative that says that our periods are hormones are a curse that they're problematic that their mysterious that they're unpredictable that they're problematic and that there's nothing to be done and that you're going to enter the mythology is going to be painful and they're going to have symptoms and there's just nothing you can do. Just bide your time until menopause right. That's that's pretty much you know in the nutshell so to speak the narrative that we have the problem with this is a. It's not based on real science. Be It it. Perpetuates a huge behavioral problem for women which has them basically when you believe that something is supposed to be broken when you see it as broken you then do what you take no action right so puts them in in this situation where they don't think that there's anything to do and then they do nothing which then keeps them having symptoms. It's a vicious cycle. So you know it feeds then. It goes right back and feeds this cultural narrative this mythology. That says it's going to be a burden. It's going to be a big problem and women just feel stock and they feel unhappy and the truth of it is. It's completely false. It doesn't to be this way And and I figured out a way for women to liberate themselves from the mythology from the cultural narrative and also from the actual real symptoms to which you're so excited to share about. I can't wait to get into it. Let's talk origin story. Yeah what got you interested in this topic. And what education were you brought up with? And when did things shift for you? Okay so I mean for me I definitely have had my own run in with a hormonal issue That opened my eyes to the limitations of conventional medicine for chronic. Gyn issue so there. I was you know At Johns Hopkins planning to become an Obgyn and had sort of the apex of symptoms. With what I now at what? I now know to be the polycystic Ovarian Syndrome that no one knew that I had so you know at that time for at least seven years. I went undiagnosed I grew up in Massachusetts. I had access to Harvard trained gynecologists than of course at Hopkins. I had access to Hopkins trained gynecology. I had the best of the best and I went undiagnosed for seven years when I finally was able to get a diagnosis. It was through helping my gynecologist by bringing her a report from a medical journal that I had pulled out of the library at school to that had identified all the symptoms that I was having and I said I have this Kendra is what could you share. What the symptoms were. All I had I was. I was fifty pounds heavier than I am. Now I saw had obesity. I was covered face chest and back and cystic acne. I did not meant straight from the age of twelve to twenty two. I had maybe five bleeds two of which were chemically induced with synthetic progesterone. Which if anybody has done that knows that it is delicious experience and so you know it was and I was anxious depressed. Insomnia cle was a mess. Couldn't really function in my day to day. Life with any sort of regularity predictability. I would never know today going to be a day when I had energy was. I going to be in a good mood It was kind of a really negative scary isolating experience And then all the physical symptoms certainly didn't make anyone feel good about themselves. So you know in one of my insomnia coll- nights at the library. I like any young woman in her. Twenty s we do on a Friday night or Saturday night I was like researching medical journals in obstetrics turtles to figure out what was wrong with me because no one had any answers. Everyone was just saying. I'll just go on the pill and that'll solve these problems and I said but you don't even know what the problem is. They said that's true but we should try this anyway and I just didn't feel like that was good medicine for me to to without a known cause take medication for no accurate reason. I believe in more precision kind of based medicine so I found this journal this obstetrics journal and there was a little tiny article about The Stein Leventhal disorder that described my symptoms to a t and all the bells rang inside of my head and I said Oh my gosh this is what I have so i. I waited in the parking lot of my gynecologist office the next morning. She was literally like walking in with her coffee. And just like what are you doing here and I said well you know what I'm doing here is that I would like us to do to specific tests that we have not yet done that. I think will lead us to the conclusion that I have this disorder and she was intrigued enough and gracious enough without having an appointment to do these tests and was able to confirm my diagnosis that. In fact I did have polycystic ovaries and politico very syndrome. And when I I? I was so excited drew like Oh my goodness after years of confusion and dead ends and no answers to have something on a name for it. It was very validating since identity that I'm just crazy right. I'm not something actually going into something going on and I said excellent and I said so now what you know which is sort of like the new Englander in me like now. What do we do? Let's take action and she said well. Unfortunately there isn't really much that we can do for you. This is incurable. And you know we can. You're going to continue to have problems. The obesity that you have today is going to get worse. It might turn into diabetes You will have problems with fertility you may not be able to have children You will have an increased risk of heart disease and cancer. And I'm twenty at this time getting this prognosis after the diagnosis and asking for what support. My Medical Support Team was going offer me and she said we really just don't have anything we can. Just medicate your symptoms along the way and hope for the best but there's nothing that we can do and it was in that moment which I you know. You don't plan for these things. I wasn't like looking to react to particular way I was. It was all happening real time. But in that moment this very specific loud voice or see you know. I don't know how exactly to describe. It was just like that's not your future. An internal wisdom. Good way to describe it and I just repeated that to her. I said that's not my future. So he goes. I was terrified was very terrifying moment to just have to be facing this and so I just repeated what this voice was saying she said well what are you gonNA do. I said I'm going to go take my very expensively trained mind and figure this out and she said well. I'll be here when you want the prescription for the pill and first of all you chase me down on the Paparazzi me. And then tell me. I'M NOT GONNA listen. It was great you were forging your own journey so what happened from there. So that's I proceeded to really get deeply more into the research around functional nutrition epigenetics chronobiology Chinese medicine and really started piecing together what the endocrine system needs to be brought back online. Because fundamentally what I discovered in my research was that most of these conditions these castaway. Gyn conditions like fibroids like Dimitrius like P. C. O. S. Where there's nothing really that we have from conventional medicine to help women like us. That's why I called him castaway because we're kind of like left to figure it out. Is that this. They're fundamentally caused by systematic disruption. And if you simply start to support the endocrine system the body resolves the symptoms and it just works so efficiently and safely across the board for these different conditions. And that's that's really the origin story of my transformation. It was amazing to watch my body. Just recover fifty pounds coming off without deprivation without intense workout my skin clearing up and my ovulation and my cycle coming back. It came back at twenty two and has not left yet.

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Derby Hopeful Independence Hall Among The Horses 'Testing The Waters' Saturday At Tampa Bay

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

09:22 min | 1 year ago

Derby Hopeful Independence Hall Among The Horses 'Testing The Waters' Saturday At Tampa Bay

"Ocean night for Trainer Care McLaughlin stacking stamping himself as one of the top OP. Three roads in the country at that point is we know he would come back in the Tampa Bay. Derby things didn't go. According to plan that day he would be given a break and then continue on throughout the rest of his career but ocean night. Very very talented and Kieran back in the SAM. F Davis later this afternoon with Alisa. We'd who is another horse. That has a lot oughta talent and Karen with me now on the horse racing radio network here in good morning. Good Morning Mike how are you. I'm well my friend. How about yourself? Great Oshawa lead. This is a horse that you know has ability has shown it throughout his entire brief career. Last time out runner up behind shot ski in New York. Tell me a little bit about Asia. We where is he right now. He's on the van had into Tampa is A really nice big curling colts with Great Mind does everything right and he wants to distance of you know as far as they write the races because we feel like so. That's a good sign for going forward but Unlucky to lose Robson last time it came from well back doc just just missed came out of the race in good shape. I'm talking to Rick Nicholls. We weren't sure what we're going to run. But we're happy to get him back in the talk to that top. Yes it's interesting. You talk about the distance factor in hill as long as they can write the races he debuted at Saratoga. Last August. I at six furlongs. He was fifth that day kind of had an inside trip and then came back at a mile. You stretch them out and boy did he show his true colors that day. He drew rafter win by more than four lancs. Yeah that was a big effort. We knew wanted to go further. Most of the time horses improved. Second can start third start to. Hopefully he'll keep improving. We have to prove today to to beat this independence hall. He's very talented. So we'll see how it goes but we're ready to go. Have you gotten a chance to see independence hall in person. I did see Him I saw his hind feet kicking up The rams no that's wrong. Yeah so tough to the side of my cat is handful Craig job with the horse and these very talented very fast horse today. There's some speed hopefully entertained entertained similarly cross because we'll be well back making along that race track Kieran is different than a lot of surfaces. At least I've been told that Ah from your perspective is a guy who won more than fifteen hundred races in his career that that track at Tampa. Hi How would you describe it vary Sandy. Hi flays Nice job. Sometimes it can get a little bit speedy but today there's there's a lot of patient or raise so a horse going to get an uncontested lead is pretty fair track and the main thing is for us with his source. At this time it was either. Go Up for the withers servers. And you didn't want to go to Al Queda in on a deep hiring tracking them on eight. I start back this year. And and Holy Bull is Speed favoring short run into the stretch at Gulfstream so we didn't really want to that so so we we had to think about it but we side to go here to get started them. We'll we'll make plans after to go next but just this. Hopefully it works out for us. Yeah I was going to ask you. That question is is. You were mapping out his early season course here have you. Have you thought that far ahead is to if if things go well today. Do we stay there for the Tampa Bay. Derby do we go to New York if you really given it that much thought yet or you just get past today not too much but York we will well not do next one. Is the Gotham one mile so We could end up for the wooden Morio there but we have a lot of obsolete in Florida and Tampa so a lot of different options though this take it one day at a time so literally one one day at a time. We'll figure it out. How about the inside post position? Going a mile and a sixteenth at Tampa. Well it's okay It's fine because oncoming from off the pace yep in that one we'll say ground down inside and like I said there's a couple of really fast horses and we might find ourselves even last talks to last but Joel Ario the faster. They go further when I get back. But he's a great rider and times. He's moved well. This hopefully take time at a fast last talking trainer Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network. Karen how do you. How do you approach approach in view these early season prep races? Well like I said we're just happy to get back to the racist. Get Him in a starting gate. Agai- you get a race under his belt and then we take it from there and just see where to go next but you just want to get back to the races and have a good performance. We don't I'll have to win today to still feel like we have a derby horse or of course point that way. It's three zero Tom. Years Great to have a nice. Oh so he'll tell us Where we go and how it goes you know we won't force the Derby on but hopefully takes US A? It's a great eight point and you and I talk well. It seems like every year. Now you and I have a chance to catch up in the spring a couple of times making your way down the road to the Kentucky Derby and that's a great position for you to be in because it means that you're getting live three year olds that are making their way toward the first Saturday in May Have you. Have you changed your approach or tweaked anything over the years in terms of trying to get a horse to peak on the first Saturday in May when you get there. I know how much you want to win it not not really no we We try putting much do the same thing we try to get there. It's a lot about the horse and And you you just hope that you do get there with a nice sound hoarse. And even the best shot to to get their win but We've run fourth three. He Times second once. It's a tough race to win but the price there a quarter of these days also I tell everybody that just to get a horse in the starting gate in our sport is a major accomplishment. And then if you're lucky enough to win a race any race. That's a huge accomplishment to get to the Kentucky Derby current put that in perspective for me. Yes it's very hard to get their twenty horses there and The prep race. It now become come very important because of the money behind them. Two million dollar racing to buy one billion dollars craps everywhere. It seems like so they're important to for a horse down. Nice China when some of these races and the Kentucky Derby the Kentucky Derby everybody everybody dreams about time to win it and It's great to have a horse to that. We think has a chance to get so often when we watch golfers was on the PGA tour. They'll talk about not looking at the leaderboard throughout the round the Kentucky Derby earning spot in the starting gate is based on points as it has been the past ask several years. Do you even pay attention to the points. As you're going down the road or use figure okay. If I got a good enough horse the points will take care of themselves. Yeah that's that's the way you have to look at is. The last crap is so important. And you don't want to run if you're not running well by that but I you know in April roller to you. You made all the points of those races so If the horses takes us there the points of will be earned and you know. We won't not door obviously. We're talking about obsolete because he's in the spotlight this afternoon in the grade. Three Sam f Davis but are there any other cure McLaughlin. Three year olds olds. We should be keeping an eye on. Well we only nominate one other one in that SPA city and he actually runs today and I made some a at Gulfstream and he was second last time and still Green Bay Colt by street cents out of Sarah Louisa. He's that we think he has a chance to to get there. Get his maiden broke today. We could possibly have a horse for the Derby. But it's you know he has to break his bait and that's take us there or the preakness or something or the Belmont. So he's He's a talented code. The only other coat with how he is as good as it gets he is trainer. Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network here and always so generous with your time. I really appreciate it all the best with Odua this afternoon and go get it done. Thank you very much perhaps.

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"alisa" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"alisa" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

"Right and that's just a fact it's not the story we tell about it is that somehow women are more hormonal than men. But you're just as hormonal as we are in fact the entire biohacking community is really trying to solve for the male energy cliff. That happens in the afternoon quite a bit. I mean aside from longevity extension and whatnot this idea that at a at around three between three and five pm both your testosterone and cortisol levels drop pretty dramatically to their lowest concentration levels of the day and now your energy your concentration your mood. Your memory are all impacted by that. What every afternoon? And so you're seeking out. biohacking adapted Jains nutro picks upgraded caffeine experiences. Things to help you extend your energy. Your your concentration your stamina your mood. Women don't have that on a twenty four hour cycle the way men. Do we have it in twenty patterns. So we're both as from a gender point of view the equal challenge to to work with but it just occurs in a different set of timing and so we should take the judgment out of it. Because we're we're all going through the same hormonal impact on our brain chemistry in different ways. That's amazing when you say they're four phases over twenty eight days. It doesn't fall equally qualley to one week no but the phases flow sort of with each other. So you don't have to be so precise but you're right. There is a specific pattern so the phases approximately seven to ten days. Because every woman's cycle is bio- individual so about seven to ten days the the OSCEOLA Tori phase. It can be three to four days. The Lucille phase can be ten to fourteen days. It's the longest stays in the cycle. And it's a really interesting one from a brain chemistry point of view. And then you have the bleeding week. The menstrual phase which is can be two to seven days depending on a woman's cycle using so what when women are watching this right now or you're listening to this. What's one thing that they could do to be able to take advantage of this new information? The first thing to do like you said it. self-awareness is a superpower. You need to start tracking witch phase. You're in you need to start connecting. Oh I'm more interested. I am feeling more social. I am more expressive in my. Avi Latorre means you need to make connection because this has been a huge blind spot. I mean let's face it everybody's sex ED class pretty much did not give them the information that they need. From a biological point of view to thrive in their bodies whether that be from a dietary point of view nutrition or just how to navigate. You're you're growing and changing self but certainly for women around their hormones this. This is an enormous blind spots. So I think the first step in reclaiming your power is to just be aware that you are shifting from one face to another nick knowledge knowledge that you do feel and think differently in each phase and I want to be clear. The studies show that you can absolutely do do anything. Think solve problems. be a genius all of that in every phase of the cycle. You just have these natural MM shifts in hormonal stimulation of different centers of the brain. That make you more interested and find more pleasure in doing specific activities and orienting yourself around that just makes things easier around mood memory and concentration and it can be as much as twenty five percents. Lift that's right or even less it. It was not more or less as just shift. It just changes it just keeps changing with ownership. It is told me about this new book coming. It's called in the flow. And it's it's it's a book for women to really unlock their hormonal advantages and really revolutionized their lives. Because when we don't have the name mm-hmm for how are things work like for example many many years ago we just didn't know what to call her lady parts. And so that's like an area of disempowerment we haven't had had the name for this infighting rhythm. We kind of have culturally devalued. What these hormones do for us and we haven't really fully appreciate it? Just how impactful they are so. The book really makes this important case that just as important as the circadian rhythm is to support the infre- Rhythm for women in their reproductive years is equally if not more important to support for their microbiome their metabolism their brains system their immune system their stress response to and the reproductive system. And it's so so exciting to be able to share a program with like very specific chart what to eat in which of these four phases which workouts to do how organize your time and creativity and productivity around these four phases really. 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"alisa" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"alisa" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

"Welcome Quick Brain bite-size brain hacks for busy people who WANNA learn faster and achieve more. I'm your coach Jim. Quick Three uh-huh let's imagine if we could access one hundred percent about brains capacity wasn't high wasn't wired just clear. I knew what I needed to do. And how the different uh-huh Schulman welcome back quick brain to a very special episode. This is a women women only episode. And so we're GONNA talk about optimizing your mood your memory and your concentration creation. How do we get the most out of the amazing female brain? And I'm excited to have a very special guest with us today. Women's Hormones Expert Integrative nutritionist bestselling author of Women Code Lisa on so glad. You're here every Eddie. Speaking out about the amazing female brain itself anything it is it is even more mazing than you think and and also if some men have to sneak by in this you're very welcome to be here. Welcome you and they're probably really really curious like what's the secret information that you're giving to the female audience but take notes for the special woman in your life and Let's get started. So how amazing is the female brain. It's really amazing. And I think that women don't appreciate how amazing their their body is in general you we've been given a lot of interesting stories about having the curse and all these things but we actually have a pretty powerful brain. We have for example. A bigger prefrontal CORTEX. So we're better at making executive decisions and things of that nature. We have a bigger insulza. So that houses the gut intuition so we actually do have a stronger percents of what is the right thing to do at the right time. We've a bigger hippocampus which means we have a great memory and recall for emotional things of which a lot of people say. Oh Oh well then. Of course when it's an art bring up argument you remembering the past which you just have a better memory in general and you have big Corpus callosum which is the bundle of nerve fibers that connects the right and left hemispheres of the brain. Which makes you an amazing problem-solver you also have a smaller amid Gelo which means you don't have as quick of an emotional reactivity? Yeah that is fear based you're better you're able to kind of step away from things that are triggering and try to find the right path forward so the brain just structurally for women. Women has a lot of superior qualities. That's that's absolutely amazing. I'm jealous So off camera we were talking about rhythms and cycles and healthy effect the female brain like things like the Circadian Rhythms. Like me most of us have heard about. But you're leaving everybody's heard about the circadian rhythm but there's a rhythm that we don't know about that women need to know about because it affects our brain system it affects our immune system are microbiome are metabolism reproductive system. It affects so many important systems systems of the body today. We're going to be talking about the brain exclusively but and this rhythm is like not known we hear the Circadian Rhythm all the time. We know that we're supposed to wear a blue light blocking glasses and wake up with the sun and go to sleep in the dark. Otherwise you know. We have long term serious health consequences. Many decade-long studies decades okay plus long studies that have shown the negative effects of ignoring our circadian rhythm. Well women have second rhythm gets activated at puberty and it's called the infrared rhythm and Free Info radiant so circadian is the cycle that is takes an exact day right in. Freighting is a cycle cycle. That is longer than a day. We have ultra and rhythms that are shorter than a day at women in their reproductive years. Have this special infre- and rhythm and we recognize that in our monthly cycle and this inference rhythm affects our brain chemistry so and this is something. That's really shocking. So not only do we not know that we have a more powerful for brain. We don't know that we have this thing called an infringement rhythm we also don't know this inflating rhythm changes our brain chemistry by up to twenty five percent over the course of that infrequent cycle which lasts about a month so your brain is different significantly week over week as you go through the a month and that affects our memory are mood. Things like our concentration we're interested in what are natural proclivities are and what I want to say. First and foremost this is your designed by nature to have great moods. Great Memory Greek concentration all month long. The problem is because hose. We don't know how are infrequent rhythm works and how to take care of it. We're actually creating a neuro endocrine disruption that is negatively impacting acting our brains performance right. And what does that mean neuro endocrine disruption. We're not eating in a way that supports our infre- and rhythm or not exercising in a way that supports our Freidan rhythm and we're not organizing like everything else about our life in a way that supports that we know we're supposed to wake up when the sun is up and go to bed when it's dark but we actually have four distinct tormenta patterns that exist throughout the infrequent rhythm that require you to change what you're eating to change your working out and to change your living so that you can keep stress low and support in this particular case your brains wellbeing so at least so how do we go so long without knowing all this. It's it's really interesting I mean. I think we've known bits and pieces of this for a while but it wasn't until I would say Kathryn woolley from northwestern university published published some really important research in Nineteen ninety-six really documenting the effective estrogen for example and it's changing pattern throughout the cycle l. on on brain chemistry. And it's really amazing what we now know about how are changing hormone levels affect our brain performance so for example there are four distinct phases in your menstrual cycle. A lot of us know about maybe ovulation and we know about when our menstrual cycle is actually happening in. But we're not quite clear but all the four phases so I'd love to just break those down really quickly. So we have the folicular phase the auditory phase of the Ludi phase and the menstrual phase. And in these four phases you have are distinct ratio of estrogen progesterone loot nizing hormone testosterone drone and they all change in specific predictable reliable dependable ways throughout the run. As long as your hormones are balanced. And as long as you're taking in care of your rhythm that governs the cycle. I think a big challenge of course is that over. Fifty percent of women now are struggling with hormonal issues. And this is having some. I would say serious consequences in the way that we're feeling overall not just with our brain health but our metabolism our immune system our stress levels. And so so it's a serious issue and I think one of the best things women can do. Which is why I wrote this entire book about? The inflated rhythm is really understanding what it is it's deep impacts on these different systems of the body body and how to nourish it properly because you can just have things easier. We're brain performance your metabolism everything can start to flow if you start taking care of of this infringing rhythm so in these four phases for example in the arbitrary phase the surge of estrogen at this particular time stimulates the verbal and social centers of your brain making you optimally communicative and optimally social. So since you know that that's coming every month with predictability and reliability so long as your hormones are balanced and you're caring for free and rhythm you can organize presentations. You could give give a talk. You could go to a networking event. You could organize your time in a way that takes advantage of this natural proclivity of the brain this natural stimulation nation. The brain is receiving from that hormonal input. And you have things like that. Be Easier for you. There'll be other times in the cycle where that hormone level has has reduced in concentration. You're not getting that stimulation to the verbal and social centers of your brain in the same way and you're less interested in maybe going to a networking event. And wouldn't it be better if you plan something else to do. During that time that would be easier for your brain to work on because it's more interested in doing that anyway. From the hormonal input that it's getting right it's just good logic and this is like a self awareness is a superpower once. You understand how this works then you can take take the judgment out of it because so many women. Sometimes they'll even talk about how they they're hard on themselves because they may not know why they might be feeling different and this would be an away takes well. I think we have a negative association that the cultural narrative around women's hormones and cycles and and and brain chemistry is really a negative one that we're unpredictable. Were unreliable where hormonal everybody's hormonal your hormonal. You're governed by hormones that exist in a twenty four hour patterns and we're governed by hormones that exists in a twenty eight day cycle.

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"alisa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"alisa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Have our democracy and staff forget all the code Alisa has the two articles of impeachment the president is in for you you you the house's role in this as complete now for all other steps you might take to try to ensure the German suggested a more fair trial in the Senate any more fair trials and they're contemplating because we had a very fair process in the house of representatives I would go to our the two five five let me just put another way we get a we don't we don't have we have legislation approved by the rules committee that will enable us to decide how we will send over the articles of impeachment with cannot name manages until we see what the process is on the Senate side and I would hope that that will be soon as we did for that legislation I resolution six sixty for the file what the process would be so far we haven't seen anything that looks fair to us so hopefully it will be fair and want to see what that is well from there send you articles until you understand what the Senate's going to do four make the decision as a group as we always have as we go along we'll decide.

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"alisa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"alisa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Of the Gover form oversight committee chair are north star Alisa comic he said when the history books are written about this tumultuous era I want them to show that I was among those in the house of representatives visit up to lawlessness and tearing he also said somewhat Prashant late when we're dancing with the angels the question will be what did you do to make sure we have our democracy and sat there all the code a live shot with passive two articles of impeachment the president is in the yeah yeah he was right behind her he was holding the gavel with her it was like the scene in ghost whether working to play together and she did a bang the gavel together yesterday come on he was present TMZ style from such a spiritual moment we got it we got a note from a listener who set the it's Frank who said that I really wish policy would stop referring to our country is a democracy Frank F. Frank that was close it would stop referring to our nation as a democracy it's a representative Republic yes some people get very persnickety you know you asked for well when the president Obama obstructed alright when he abused his power how about when he told Medvedev that after my election all have more flexibility yeah you would impeach him for that way yes Anderson what you're what you're referring to is he's asking Russia a foreign power for an election favor with their behavior he wants them to modify their behavior in order to help his reelection this year after the election I think I I even more I mean it was about as explicit as a request that of that nature we got and it was absurd that he was doing it but I don't remember any Republican ever like trying to pursue articles of impeachment over it no because I never happened in which which is again a reminder that when you hear Democrats say well if a bomb I had done something like this did Republicans would be calling for his impeachment well Obama did do something like what you're alleging and no Republican coffers impeachment we have a case study in the subject you have to make it up nobody called for Obama's impeachment no articles of impeachment no attempt to actually impeach him they just battle it out yeah listen you're a hundred percent right and it yeah it was just I just could not get over with that we spent an entire day how much money was spent yesterday rehashing the same thing over and over again it was almost like the yeti laurel thing Democrats kept hearing yandy and Republicans kept hearing laurel and they argued for six hours over which one it was it it really is it really is maddening and I think a lot of Americans just fed up with it it is they're done with it and yes to remember I said this yesterday morning I feel like this today the only difference yesterday was that they used such a dire toll in the United States constitution which by the way they didn't even satisfied the way that that tool should be used high crimes misdemeanors treason bribery they didn't satisfy those four categories but they use it anyway in peace the president of the United States and it felt like any other day in the trump presidency which is loaded with histrionics loaded with drama loaded with people who are mad at him and not a clear end in sight to this chaos was yesterday the end of their cattle walling no no no no this is just the middle we still have more time more trump presidency and I got more for you in a moment on how net simple as he was trying to stop the celebrations in her caucus is pretty hard to do six fifty W. I. mail traffic and weather every ten minutes in first on the fives Lisa banes of the hit the carpet cleaning shopping center well on the Virginia beltway there's been a huge crash on the interlocutors rolled it's about a forty five minute ride at a spring field to get to Merrifield and traffic was aged around this act the clean up to the left Meryl about like the peseta crash reported on the outer loop it's after Rockville pike but before the exit to go on to two seventy north bound and I see the late developing pretty quickly I. seventy east out of Hagerstown one like it's around an accident now the left after sixty five but before alternate forty now from garage door repair dot com the W. one A. all weather channel forecast all right is cold this morning is a little windy clear skies sunny breezy high.

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"alisa" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"alisa" Discussed on Sex With Emily

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"alisa" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"alisa" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Don't get access to modern mental health care so new in our part to help women kind. Yeah no I mean. It's pretty amazing because I remember going to doctors even Obgyn's which I was like well my gynecologist is I'm GonNa know they often don't have a lot of this information. I've had doctors say that he wants I said well. Why didn't I know this is like and he literally said this? You Stanford Trained Dr. He wasn't gynecologist. Some other doctor went to and he said you know we just don't know enough about hormones. It's so true Dr You bewildered. Can you explain this to me. Actually it's because a lot of Because of a couple of drug test Medical Research that went wrong around specific drugs back in the sixties women in their reproductive years have been left wbt out of medical research. And it's such a problem that even as you know two decades ago there's this whole committee that's dedicated to including more women in the reproductive years in research in medical research because we don't have the data to understand how women's hormones work and in fact study just came out so fascinating this is what I geek out on every day they just astound links that the uterus actually plays a role in memory in the brain and so it's really interesting to so much that we and they're just saying we just there so much that we don't know about women's bodies and yet what's ironic about that is the most commonly performed surgical procedure on the planet is his a hysterectomy. So if you think about how women are more at risk for dementia and a lot of these women are having their uteruses removed as a solution for chronic menstrual health issues like and to atrocious like fibers because conventional medicine has no cure for these women. And just says you know we'll put you on the pill and we'll just watch you and maybe there's a surgical procedure you know. And hopefully you'll be able to have children and then when all of that is said and done in your pasture reproductive years they just take out your uterus as the cure for these issues and I I just looked at that and I looked at my own experience. I said we've got to do something else. There's gotta be a solution that can help all of us who are struggling because it affects your health. It affects your mental health. And certainly it affects your sexual health. Absolutely let's talk about our sexual health because our libido is like your hormones are huge factor. I mean if not are the the BEATO are sex drive on we take the pill it can have an impact. I mean there's so many women just you'll just take the pill we just think. Oh it's the Pale we don't think about it. It's like something that's really going to have an impact on so many things including our sex drive. Let's talk about the taking the pill I mean. We'll talk about all of the things about taking the pill in and of itself can dampen your sex drive in and by actually Modifying the levels of sex hormone binding Globulin in your system so you actually don't have as much sensitivity to your own contest Ostro and as you are supposed to that can be permanent when you go off you said so okay. Let's talk about the permanence of your sex. Drive your libido changing when you're on the pill and so many women are prescribed the pill or synthetic forms of birth control. That could be an us. You know it's a hormone based. Ud or a ring or whatever All of that can really mess with your sex not to mention that most women who go on these types of medications report increased levels of depression. which then they then have to take S.? Sri is to cope with and that we know also negatively impacts sexual desire and response. This is why I was thinking about this because I when I was in college. We're on the pill my freshman year. I think it was like a week before I went to college and then I was up at school and all of a sudden I remember like my my breasts grew which was Kinda Nice. They're gonNA see as mom. I need money to buy bras. Go to me what am I gonNa do but I also got got depressed. I got anxious and I just thought it was school and that was adjusting and I went to doctor and they wanted to put me on. SSI anti-depressants and do all these things. And I was like you know I. It's just said this makes no sense because it's only within. I realized after a while after six months to a year it was like but it's only the week before I period. I said I just WANNA kill everybody that week. But then fine the second and they're like yeah just take it then for that week. It's just I'm just so angry now about all this and all the things I wish I just do not go on. I mean I think what we listen. I'm not here to say that you should or shouldn't go on the pill what I'm here to say is that you should have all the information before you make critical health decisions that affect affect the trajectory of your life right exotic as you go down rabbit holes. You don't intend especially around sexual health when it comes to your hormones. If you don't get the support you need with your PM. Asked ask for example can impact You know I mean we have. We just break down the cycle right. First Half of the cycle there's to dry phases to wet phases in the cycle right. So so even if you know if you don't know that which most of us don't we then walk around during the wet phases thinking like okay. Yes I match up to what I believe. Society thinks I should have as a sexual response and then the dry phase is. You're judging yourself thinking something's wrong with my libido I have a problem I don't know what's wrong with me and we start are doing the inner critical game so understanding how our hormones were can be so empowering not just to avoid health issues but also to have better quality sex life because over fifty percent of women in heterosexual relationships are sexually unsatisfied not having the orgasms that they want and ironically orgasms provide critical hormone balancing thing benefits the more orgasm climax that you have the better your hormones will be be compatible orgasms. Not Climate now climax climax is like the end of the the party but the orgasmic plateau which you know I sort of breakdown these phases in the in the Book Women Code That's where all the magic happens from a hormonal balancing point of view. That's where you release the maximum amount of nitric oxide and Oxytocin and these chemicals actually can restore ovulation improve fertility boost your immune system. Clear your skin give you more energy. I mean it's it ridiculous. We're all five and were all intact and we're all using devices vibrators which are great. But they rush they've Russia's past the orgasmic plateau too quickly into climax be but we like fry eight thousand nerve endings in our clitoris and we can't have the orgasmic Lotto. We need to boost our hormone Obama's now you can use vibrators successfully for the orgasmic plateau achievement who have to turn it down to talk about that manual stimulation. Fine it's the it's the gold standard the gold towels out. What you do only not all you but I am a fan and different times of the month are better for using toys versus? Not because you know you are more quick to achieve climax during the ovulation phase. You might need more. Play more stimulation during the Phase phase. It's all something that women should have as like body literacy so the can achieve the sexual experiences that they want without it feeling like. Oh sometimes it's good and and sometimes it's not which is how most of us feel absolutely But it's an orgasmic plateau phase. I let's talk about orgasmic. Pleasure orgasmic if you can spend at least once a week once a week like spent ten minutes in the orgasmic plateau phase where you just don't rush to finish that alone own would like change your hormones bio cheesy easing or the four like building it up building it. Let's rush to the Dorsey. Let's let's say climax as a ten on on the one to ten scale. We want you to be somewhere between a four and an eight for ten to twenty minutes so that really requires like you know either using your device vice in a very low setting taking there was a low setting like tall said using your hand and like going slow and breathing in really circulating that breath. Because that's what circulates nitric oxide and what is nitric oxide. How do you know if you're experiencing it if you just want to do this with me right now? Let's do it. Shake your hands. Let's shake him out really hard. See RAR D- do for like thirty seconds shaking her hands shake shake shake And I'm GonNa tell you. Stop in a second but don't stop keep going to drive to this Yeah but you know when you get home. Okay and stop freeze that tingling in your finger tim tips. Yeah that's nitric oxide. Oh and so you want to generate that with clitoral stimulation you want to circulate that energy throughout your body by using your breath while your stimulating yourself breathing deeply inter abdomen moving that energy up and out. What House saying this is? It's like meditation to really feel that in your hands in your hands and it does change hormonal balance absolutely and it's a great cortisol flush like the orgasmic plateau and bull an climax as well really flush. There's a lot of cortisol from the body. which is the stress hormone? That can actually make your pms worse can make your period more problematic too much cortisol can stop ovulation and decrease your fertility liberty. And of course too much cortisol is GonNa mess with your mental health which is probably the first place that women really start to experience like an interruption in their normal sexual response and desire. Because when you're stressed and not feeling happy in your life or feeling positively in your life the last thing you WanNa do is get naked and get busy. Exactly what would you say that most of this then is because of our stress rings. -IETY is because it's coming. Our hormones are not regulated. Like would you say that that is the problem. It's not so much so many women. Maybe you're suffering from depression or anxiety. It's because if we start with our diet and regulating our hormones that we actually all this other stuff would fall into place. I do think that's a really interesting thought. I kind of tend to agree with you that I think that women are in an environment that doesn't like actually support. How their bodies work right? We're going against our natural rhythms and it really adds up you know we're not eating in a way that supports our hormones. Were pushing all the time. We're trying to be everything be everywhere. Do everything constantly going going going and that stress really can start to mess with our hormones and it makes our pms worsened becomes this vicious downward spiral into a place where you don't WanNa be insisted journey journey lake women. I don't feel like we're supported. Either right like we're just handing out pills and we have to keep fighting to keep ahead and so I just feel like information that you're bringing forth and it's not that it's new but people just aren't our doctors don't know we've learned hockey about it as much. I wanted to create an a a platform where women could come and just understand what was going on. Understand understand what their hormones are doing and really learn how to safely naturally ineffectively. Get Back in control. You know as we say get out of hormonal chaos and get back into into hormonal flow. Because from that place all the good stuff can start to happen. True Archives went to get quick break when we come back even more Lisa. Vdi.

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"alisa" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"alisa" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"You choreograph we he had with anti Alisa Marley he it's it is but I thought I'd be so cute he took to dance classes only one like Hollywood Boulevard we took to dance classes in like a studio for **** must've been thinking am I mean doing the right thing I think you're gonna have sex with me one day okay a move like Frankenstein but he did it is the whole point and everybody else did like little mode and it was just cute it was our one thing is the one thing you're allowed the one thing I asked in addition to the rest of his life your sister if you really don't want no I wouldn't have made him but he was like he was in he was that's the thing I think a lot of people get like the guy is in whatever you want I love that yeah you're talking about guys in the way girls looking the way girls think about the way they look I know yeah I love that part like wow that's that was amazing on my worst day like at home where it you know and I just I'm like okay feel so gross and I'm like is this gross he's like let me get in there horrible and he's like I love it did you bring it over here and I'm glad I want that's always such a unique thing this yeah your boyfriend your husband doesn't see you the way you see yourself girls as ugly as you think you are if the guy is with you it means he things are beautiful because he physically could not be with you if you didn't think you're beautiful so give ourselves a break that cycle so that was really sweet and really insightful I never heard that you were here I got a rep hard for girls and reported for guys because there's this just the idea that you want women to be powerful doesn't mean I want men to be less powerful right I want to be understood in any situation I want people to have a conversation you say that you take both both sexes down same time and I don't know if you're in charge of the hash tags that they show in everyone of them you are I make up everyone I sit there and I stick it in there because you can't do too many there's an art to it there is there's an art to this or that I invented I saw it and then I rewind it to make sure that I saw correctly in its S. Phoenix and I was I guess the best hash tag ever they may have done that I definitely wrote you're saying as good on the radio like they took out the bomb yeah I going back if I had do it again I might take that one okay I love well it I can look at it again when they put that I have you ever checked the hashtag no I have over there so you see what I have I just been like who writes on and it's like the cutest of the greatest fans in the world you do if you look there like that everyone plays into it so much faster so when I first my first special or was the first the second one I decided to that because Netflix notoriously you know they don't give you the numbers like you'll never know you can look at your own ticket sales tell you now yet you kidding sale it helps understand too but the fact that I went on tour like Malaysia gives me an idea that like someone's watching them I was not like I was like band and send their and so I put those there as my own way this was so long ago of tracking it because I was like if people are interacting as we like to do with our phones and TV's if they're interacting with the hash tags then I can kind of gauge who's watching this you know if no one ever does of no one's watching it yeah so is my own little tracking device and then it became a thing and now it's like a language that we do I actually don't know why more people don't do it it's a language that we have so you have to be specific you can't just do what time does the no one's paying attention here and so they're like little gems that I hope you pick up and I hope they become part of our I did start using it on everything that they do I love that was what I wanted hello this was years here we will take a quick break and come back it's the Kevin and bean show K..

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"alisa" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"alisa" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Mental pod. You can become a monthly donor for as little as a dollar a month. I think too I think but to enter into the RAFFLE. It starts at five dollars a month in for every five dollars. There's a month. You are a donor. That's how many guesses you get. This is a shame in secret survey. I filled out by a woman who calls herself pizza crumbs from the mental breakdown. Last night off she identifies a sexual. She's eighteen. She was raised in a totally chaotic environment. Ever been the victim of sexual abuse. Some stuff happened but I don't know if it counts. My mom bathed me up until I was around. Twelve twelve Yes that is sexual abuse and if child protective services had heard about that they would have removed you from the home or put your mom in jail or something. It was only when we moved to a place that had a lock on the bathroom door by the way. If if you have a parent that doesn't allow you to have a lock on the bathroom door that super fucked up and there's a huge food huge red flag before I wouldn't shower in weeks or where my swimming costume. While showering in case she came in and made comments about what my body. I told her I was really uncomfortable with it and asked her to leave me be but she for some reason thought. I needed her guidance. That is so sick. I don't think she had any bad intentions with it. No that that's well. Let's put it this way. It's sick there. There was nothing innocent. About what your mom was doing. And it doesn't matter what her intention was. What matters is how you felt about it and healing the damage that it had? It did I don't think she had any bad intentions with it. But I reckon kind of fucked me up. I always felt weird around my dad fucking gross but he kissed me like someone would kiss their partner now my God. I'm so sorry that you or unsafe with both your parents and they both sexualize you and while he never actually touched me he'd get uncomfortably. Close you don't have to actually touch a child for it to be sexual abuse. She's been emotionally abused And then some of the abuse. She's not sure if accounts as emotional abuse. Some of my earliest memories with my dad are him not talking to me for days and even weeks straight for the slightest thing that made him angry one day must have been about eight. He came back from work work and made cookies with my mom. So I thought I'd offer him some and I just remember him throwing the plate on the table and proceeding to remind me what I'd done the previous day. He didn't talk to me for three days. Can't remember what I did but it always hurt me when he did that. I never felt safe around him or even him being alone with my mom he had a cricket get back he would bang threateningly against the table while he and my mom would argue and I would always sit right outside the door because I was so terrified. He'd hit her her mom used to slap me when I was younger. And it never used to bother me until it turned into aggressive spanking and verbal abuse. Because we're broken. Marriage and Fox meadow lyles. Oh Oh my God oh my God positive experiences with the abusers. My Dad and I get along sometimes mostly when we talk about sports sports ironically cricket and I love my mom but she's tough workman darkest thoughts. I sometimes imagine just catching a train anywhere faraway blowing all my money on drugs and things that make me happy then going home beating the shit out of my dad then flying to another country without telling anyone and killing killing myself is the grand finale darkest secrets. I don't have any sexual fantasies most powerful to you. Incest porn usually between father daughter. I've been addicted to porn since age of twelve it haunts me and I don't know why why it's weird and I feel so wrong. Will you know there is a correlation between being addicted to porn or sexually acting out and having your your needs not met as a kid and being sexualize by by Mike Caregivers For many of us it was the way that we learn to sue. That was our first drug and when children are sexualize D- it it. It greatly increases the chances of them experiencing addictions Depression anxiety Eddie. The fear of intimacy. What if anything would you like to say to someone? You haven't been able to to my mom. I wish you weren't so selfish sometimes. Thanks for choosing my abusive brother over me. I get that. He's handsome Tall Smart Romeo in this house but I also exist also for staying with th- you're stupid husband and my Dick head father for him. You ruined my life. What if anything do you wish for to forget my past? I either die or leave home and not have to worry about the consequences or the drama. I'll have to deal with you. Know it is much easier to kill parts of your life then to kill yourself or I should say it makes more sense to kill off parts of your life. The toxic ones listen to your body. You know our bodies are usually telling us some kind of important Horton Information and once we protect ourselves and created a life that we don't feel cornered by. Hi then we get to experience freedom and autonomy and sticking up for ourselves and then the ability pity to trust again and then form intimate relationships. And I'm getting experience that it took a lot of work to get here but it's so so worth it and I'm so glad that I didn't kill myself when I was obsessing about it. Sixteen seventeen years ago. Have you share these things with others. No all my friends are just as fucked up as I am as you can imagine. I don't want to Pester them you know it depends on the a friend but I don't think that's pasturing somebody. I think you are giving somebody else the opportunity to open up to you and they might not. They might be uncomfortable trouble with a with a conversation about things that aren't surface level. But it's worth a try and might encourage view to just start out with little bits of information and just kind of you know look. Do they respond in kind. They listen if not the don't open up about anything more but if they do then you know just kind of gradually go. How do you feel after writing these things down better? Actually I just had an argument with my dad and I really really felt like exposing him. Anything you'd like to share with someone who shares your thoughts or experiences if you can get the heck away. Hey man a Fuckin- men. This is a happy moment survey filled out by a woman who calls herself fuck head Johnson. You know your parents did think long and hard before they named aimed you fuck head that nurses and the maternity ward bagged your parents not to do it. And it's for that riff for happy moment when the fog is lifted from my major depressive episode and then parentheses severe recurrent and I have the energy and desire to just take care of myself. I go through my routines with ease. I sing in in the car to my favorite music. Even though I know the other shoe will drop eventually. I'm thankful for this window of time to be my authentic self. Try to breathe in gratitude and exhale compassion compassion. I'm determined to be thankful for my silly little life on the SPEC in the universe I'm determined to stay hopeful because one day just one day it. Maybe these good days will outnumber the heart days. That's awesome and he comes to make the podcast better. It would be cool if we could upload picks EXP related to our survey results. Not sure how that would work exactly but just so you could see a glimpse into other people's worlds you can't do that on the surveys themselves. Selves but what you could do is you go into the forum and you post pictures there. there are threads related to the surveys. I believe I know there's a threat related to the podcast and so under a specific podcast you could. I assume that you Are Wanting I wonder if you're wanting to upload picks related to survey results that were red or just your survey results in general.

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Elijah Cummings lies in state in Capitol

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Elijah Cummings lies in state in Capitol

"Memorial ceremony for democratic Maryland congressman Elijah Cummings has now wrapped up in statuary hall the old house chamber the United States capitol his body will now lie in state for the rest of the day house speaker Nancy Pelosi among those who paid tribute son of sharecroppers master of the house it is my official and personal and said honor to welcome chairman Alisa Cummings and all who loved him to this celebration of his life Senate Majority Leader the Republican Mitch McConnell joined the tribute saying the congressman did not just represent Baltimore he embodied it and sought to heal its wounds president Obama will deliver one of the eulogies at the funeral for the congressman in his native city that is set for

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Elijah Cummings, U.S. civil rights icon who led House probe of Trump, dead at 68

Sports To The Max with Mike Max

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Elijah Cummings, U.S. civil rights icon who led House probe of Trump, dead at 68

"So we want to talk a little bit about Elijah Cummings today US civil rights icon who led a house probe of president trump is now dead at age sixty eight here are some highlights from the house floor well my mother's dying bed at nineteen years old for missing a Cropper her last words where do not let them take our votes away from us they had for it she had Fortin seen people harm beaten trying to vote your available right voting is crucial and I don't give a damn how you look at it there are efforts to stop people from voting it's not right this is not right this is a you states of America and I will fight until the data to make sure every citizen whether they have green body whether they're Freedom Party whether they're Democrat whether Republican or whatever has a right to vote wow yeah what's so powerful yeah powerful order all right sure he said something Elijah Cummings said something back in June that struck a nerve with a lot of people he said and I quote two hundred to three hundred years from now people will look back at this moment and they will last the question what did you do I may be dancing with the angels when all of this is corrected but I've got to tell you we must fight for our democracy said that back in June a reflection of the whirlwind of stuff going on right now in Washington DC house speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement in the house Alisa was our north star he was a leader of towering character and integrity who stirring voice and steadfast values push the Congress and our country to rise always to a higher purpose and boy if we don't need folks like Elijah Cummings more to date now than ever before we need strong leaders we need people with a moral compass and to those to look up to that we'll have our voting rights and the you know the folks of the citizens backs when it really comes down to it and as Shia led a I know that you shared with your children who are clearly too young to even know who Elijah Cummings is but he was a real leader for every community all Americans but specifically for you as African Americans he was a hand in my life is better because of the sacrifices that he made with his life and so this morning when we were watching CBS news this morning with Gayle king and they were talking to Ben Traub about him and they showed some of his speeches I'm I made all the branded baby sit on a watch and them a ball when they were done watching we had a young art project and Elijah Cummings our projects and we made freedom signs what what they say now what would your freedom sign say right now what would you want to say and then of course you know they had the colors face and do something fun but you know we talked about him in his life and his legacy and and the freedoms they fought for and yeah so my fridge right now I'm gonna have to have my husband take a picture and posted is littered with the memory of Elijah Cummings so beautiful and and you know show as well she's friggin mom of the year anyway with the what she does she's an incredible mother and wife but if you know you are honey you're you're an inspiration but the fact that you're sharing you know seven year olds don't don't know about a letter I have no idea where he was they don't provide is one looking today exit but but education about him and keep his name alive and making it fun so they can remember that time when Elijah Cummings pastor who he was good for you I hope schools around the country are doing the same as was going on in the front

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"alisa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"alisa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The we need to hear anymore of what he was saying resting observations yeah yeah seem to be very very in the I thought a lot about it I would say life is it was not a off the top of his head sort of you about it for a very long time so a lot I think we can move on from that Alisa as you're you're sitting there and you're watching them beat all is there anybody decent in the crowd is there anyone that's wearing a mask that is like you're thinking they're thinking now the week at a stop doing this is not good yeah you know what I I really would have hoped that was the case in in actually what happened was I think a obviously these are protesters right so I don't want to paint the picture that you know everybody on the right side is and also may be looking for a fight because there are people out there looking for a fight but what happened was is after they had a you know assaulted an old man and woman especially the young young person stands up to you I get you might buy back to their old people they ration egg over the white hat we have this video can we really well he's talking yeah.

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Elevated estrogen levels in the womb linked to autism: study

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Elevated estrogen levels in the womb linked to autism: study

"New research suggests that escalated levels of the female hormone estrogen in the womb could be a potential cause of autism and there is hope that those findings might someday lead to new treatments to try to prevent the condition before birth but autism expert Alisa Brzezinski says there's still a lot more to learn because the study had some serious limitations they looked only at male subjects which makes sense because right now studies do show that males seem to be more affected or at a higher rate than females the results of that study were published in the journal molecular

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Ex-convict charged with stabbing Arizona teen to death over rap music

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-convict charged with stabbing Arizona teen to death over rap music

"First degree murder charges have been filed against a newly released ex convict who stabbed a black teenager to death in the Phoenix suburb of Peoria the man later told police police he did it because he felt threatened by the rap music the teen was listening to here's correspondent Jim a normally say Alisa I'll mean was at a convenience store when Michael Adams walked up behind him and stabbed him to death records show Adams was released from prison just two days before the murder his lawyer says the Arizona department of corrections should have given Adam's access to mental health services after his release in response the department of corrections says Adams was given information about where to find help for mental illnesses but the department says it had no legal authority over him after he was released Adams is due in court on Monday now there are calls for hate crime

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"alisa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"alisa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Alisa Parenti from Bloomberg world headquarters equity markets, finish this shortened black Friday down the Dow fell seven tenths of a percent finished at two thousand two eighty six the S and P five hundred dropped six tenths to end at twenty six thirty two. The NASDAQ down half a percent to sixty nine thirty four energy company Scott battered with oil sliding below fifty one dollars a barrel. Its lowest in a year. Cruz weakness on signs of oversupply. Also paced abroad retreating commodities and the dollar climbed with treasuries with the US economy strong. Forecasts are signaling massive sales from thanksgiving to cyber Monday. But you might not know it if you're standing in a mall much of this year's frenzy will take place online. Instead, James Fallon, the editorial director of women's wear. Daily says there will be some clear winners in the retail battle this holiday season. Obviously, Amazon will definitely be a winner online. But also, I think in terms of brick and. Mortar and online players probably WalMart and target. Even the shares fell sharply on Wednesday. Kohl's. Evidently, he's doing very well. And I think also neiman's and Nordstrom at the high end will do very well, the US highway safety regulators investigating an alleged defect in two point seven million pickups and sport utility vehicles built by General Motors. They're getting into collisions because drivers are having trouble. Breaking the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened an investigation after receiving more than one hundred complaints from consumers Canada goose is taking on a Chinese market. That's more used to knock knockoffs. The maker of the luxury jackets is pushing ahead with its expansion in China. It's betting that a strategy of selling premium snow parkas directly to consumers will overcome proliferation of counterfeits and the nation's consumption slowdown. Global news twenty four hours a day on air at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Melissa parental. This is Bloomberg business.

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A ‘headless chicken monster’ sighting shows just how little we know about the ocean off Antarctica

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

A ‘headless chicken monster’ sighting shows just how little we know about the ocean off Antarctica

"The toys R us demise contributed to a twelve percent drop in Hasbro's third quarter revenue that was worse than expected? Bloomberg intelligence. Analysts predict Hasbro and Elsa Gundel based Mattel. We'll have to renew merger talks if the trend doesn't reverse it self soon. Wall Street was split. The Dow down one hundred twenty seven points, NASDAQ up twenty SNP lower by. Twelve we check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour. I'm Bloomberg's Alisa Parenti for KNX ten seventy NewsRadio surveys show. Eight out of ten people

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CBS, Philadelphia and Alisa discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

CBS, Philadelphia and Alisa discussed on 24 Hour News

"A fast food. Order dispute Poile is over and ends with three customers hurt and a worker in hot water slapped with charges. Good evening. I'm Joe holding the disturbing assault took place in the drive through at a southwest. Philadelphia checkers the alleged weapon a Cup and two pans of hot grease eyewitness news. Reporter Alisa has been following the story all evening. She is live at police

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Apple wipes thousands of gambling apps after China media's criticisms - Science & Tech

24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Apple wipes thousands of gambling apps after China media's criticisms - Science & Tech

"Greg apple has pulled thousands of gambling. Apps from its Chinese store government controlled media including China Central Television attacked apple this month for. Hosting illegal. And fake lottery ticket

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Fox shares drop as prospects of new Comcast bid fade

Rush Limbaugh

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Fox shares drop as prospects of new Comcast bid fade

"Presented by. The village Bedford park it's a mixed verdict on. The market so far let's get the latest from Bloomberg and. Alisa, Parenti, let's right Robin Chris the. Dow is up twenty three points are about a tenth of a percent to twenty five thousand forty two while the NASDAQ is down six points are about a tenth of a percent s&p lower by one the Bloomberg WBZ 'em Chicago index in the red. By half a percent the upside today is provided by banks after Bank of America's consumer banking unit reported its highest profit in more than eight years. That is. Being offset by a drop. In energy, stocks the price of oil is tumbling more than four percent to sixty eight dollars. Five cents. A barrel. Shears the twenty first. Century Fox are. In the red as. A hoped-for bidding war between Disney and Comcast fails to materialize FOX accepted Disney's offer over Comcast. Higher bed and Comcast according to CNBC is now highly unlikely to try again and the Federal Communications Commission. Is rejecting a different media takeover plant Sinclair broadcast. Wants to buy Tribune media and it's forty two TV stations. Is, proposing, to sell New York's channel. Eleven and WGM here in Chicago to meet ownership limits but the FCC says Sinclair would still be in control in practice and that's in violation of the law back to you Robyn Chris thanks to Lisa on today's noon business hour the big story today. Of course is the president and Vladimir Putin We'll see what Wall Street's reaction is to that and Amazon prime. Day it kicks off this afternoon we'll talk about the latest and the price of oil and then if you are approaching the age in which. You can accept social security and you're still working should you take the money we'll talk about that. Coming. Up at twelve thirty nine traffic and weather together that's on the way WBZ news time twelve oh, seven a everyone's. Super excited for Amazon prime day, and here's our pick. For one of the.

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Global Stocks Rebound But US-China Trade War Concerns Keep Investors on Edge

24 Hour News

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Global Stocks Rebound But US-China Trade War Concerns Keep Investors on Edge

"The dow and s and p five hundred have the worst day this month you know brooke and greg for the dow we're no negative year today that's how bad the losses were on this date the blue chips in the red by two hundred eighty seven points or more than one percent nasdaq fell twenty one points and the sp down eleven the bloomberg w w j detroit index lower by a quarter percent all of these losses come as president trump directed his trade representative to find two hundred billion dollars of chinese goods to be subject to new tariffs and then the chinese government vow tit for tat retaliation on us goods it also hit oil futures they finished down more than one percent to just about sixty five dollars a barrel there are concerns about how those retaliatory efforts might impact general motors that stocks sinking almost four percent and finishing at forty two dollars twenty six cents a share general mills is betting that less sugar in its yogurt will boost sales it's rolling out a new offering called y q baio play like i q y q is tagged as a smarter way to enjoy high protein yogurt general mills has seen it sales and market share drop in recent years i'm alisa parenti with a bloomberg business report on ww j newsradio nine fifty wbz news time four twenty eight time for traffic and weather together in kt a new problem ninety seventy five southbound after six mile a crash is blocking your central lanes leaving traffic.

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March for Our Lives: students press for gun control

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

March for Our Lives: students press for gun control

"Columbine high school alisa zee has her story michelle border of waco texas is now at thirty seven year old teacher and she will share her story at a texas march for our lives event on saturday she was an eighteen year old high school senior on the day to students opened fire at columbine high school in colorado killing twelve students and teacher she says the gun control discussion is important because it appears that since columbine nothing's really changed she also says she doesn't want her wounds to be completely healed because without her scars the conversation gets forgotten actually says reporting students across the north west march for their lives this weekend and komo's brian calvert found out a grammy award winning group plans on adding a little star power and it's all happening in the rose city thousands are expected in downtown portland for the march and rally and an appearance by group hails from portland just won a grammy for this mega hit thank you sir remember we used to feel things lead singer of the group portugal the man john gore lease has he really admires the kids involved in the march and movement adults as we grew older like you lose a lot of that because you you do conform as you get older you start to think well maybe i can't make a difference maybe i can't do that so i'm just going to go to work today callum win is excited to have attracted the band's attention as well as the attention of parents and lawmakers we can actually see progress being made that people actually listening to us teenager l younger says there's been a lot of criticism for the younger marchers people saying things like the adults put you up to this didn't pay worthy adults pushing us into it they would have done something a long time ago they would have done something twenty years ago before we were born after release has even though he's in his thirty s he's reminded you're never too old to do what you know is right but he reminds the kids taking a stand isn't easy we put out a video that call that fake news and info wars and we got serious threats bandmate zach carruthers if they are this good at organizing publicly and public speaking but this kind of passion at the age.

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Will Oscars focus on film or will Time's Up come to the fore?

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01:22 min | 3 years ago

Will Oscars focus on film or will Time's Up come to the fore?

"At the golden globes sag awards and the recent british academy film awards jordan peels clever social thriller get out has become one of the front runners while the shape of water the post and lady bird may also wind big pledged jason capito media who says it's not clear how or if the times up movement will make its way into the awards zero this year there's no coordinated effort among celebrities to show support for the movement which is aimed at raising awareness about sexual misconduct in the workplace in light of accusations against powerful men in hollywood times up supporters wore black on the red carpet and spoke at length about issues related to sexual misconduct at several previous award joe's organizers of the academy awards say the evening will acknowledge the movement but they want the night center of attention to beyond movies and the people who make them jason capitani are reporting well we're getting closer to answer about that amazon location for each second world headquarters blair will amazon build at second headquarters survey by zillow woah more than one hundred housing economists and professors finds that based on things like housing costs traffic and the environment atlanta ed northern virginia are the top two choices the study identifies newark in los angeles as the two leastlikely locations among the dozen finalists actually be herald reported marches national colon cancer awareness month alisa z has more sagan's dr parker nandy.

"alisa" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"alisa" Discussed on The Read

"Look at it up i feel like now i have to listen to this out because of what health of that we said fly and i mean la like i have alisa keys albums that i still tuesday to fool so i am always willing to give it a sour but i wouldn't be surprised if i don't like it just because i haven't really enjoyed solid like full alisa keys out i'm in a long long time yeah grow up i was not a for me i don't think that there was a someone had that i rely ten are at least the one before it was the one before the one with and that's it i'd like to couple of cuts off of their wow a teenaged teenage love affair with oh yeah that will play immediate transition into pham you from there was just kind of differently is fans are willing to listen to it young them a lot of say they took a picture together that stop sending i mean the problem i can say nothing about i'm worried about fall into i read in bed i noticed where inmates hand was in there pitching little be seguin it was like they want to do it to match did you see what he wanted made last longer down and now i'm and he's got from the you know that's the guy body you know at the math on alicia keys you slide petite empowers in lying very from all over all again but just the way she said it is right yeah is it that way see papi of i'm a performance together of course they did you know the says for all genders all sexuality is all identities i love her.

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