17 Burst results for "American Academy Of Dermatology"

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"J News Radio 9 50 Two snowmobilers have won a key decision and a lawsuit over injuries in an incident with Michigan Conservation officers Audrey West, and she was thrown into a river and Antrim County while her father, Randy West was pinned under the snowmobile. They say to d e. A officers were on snowmobiles on the same road. But they were going in the wrong direction. The Michigan claims it's immune to liability, but negligent operation of a motor vehicle typically is an exemption to immunity. The appeals court says snowmobiles fit that exception because they should be expected to be operated on or along the road properly. CEO radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. Why 12 years ago with a team of medical technology pros who had developed important new therapeutic machines for companies on the level of Johnson and Johnson G and to Sheba start their own company around a 100 year old technology that was more or less by passed in the 19 seventies. Well, For one thing, it's because Ortho voltage or superficial radiation therapy could be a vastly less invasive treatment for skin cancers than most surgery jokes are. Donna was CEO of that company Senses senses within s healthcare. We just thought that it was an exciting opportunity for us to bring an old technology back and the doctors that we started to talk to past American Academy dermatology presidents existing most surgeons, they all said back to the future. It's bringing this technology Pack, which is what we need. It's another tool in our tool kit, and it's certainly something that we need because of the paradigm shift that we're seeing in patients today more about Census health care on the next CEO radio I'm Marie Hoffman. Working from home. I bet you're not looking for a new suit if you are..

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on The Baron of Botox

The Baron of Botox

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on The Baron of Botox

"Like big medical. The beauty business has its own insider rewards program a two thousand sixteen study in Jama Dermatology a monthly peer reviewed journal found that dermatologists received more than thirty four million dollars from industry affiliates in two thousand fourteen and that most of this money came from pharmaceutical companies in the top. Ten percent of dermatologists received ninety percent of the total payments. When I searched the names of some of Fred's closest colleagues and peers. I find in the past few years annual receipts for anywhere between four thousand six hundred dollars to one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars for such things as comped meals travel and unspecified consulting fees. When I searched the name Fred brand only one payout from two thousand fourteen is listed. Sixteen dollars and seventy eight cents in food and drink from a company called Valiant Pharmaceuticals Jonas Shack. Nye The former. Ceo of medicine. Who I met Fred in two thousand five says his friend was all but impervious to industry perks. I think he was generally suspicious of industry. He knew there was a customer. Maybe two largest in the world and the most people would feign friendship or try to get his attention and interest to increase their business. I think he had a realistic and sort of healthy view of the relationship between industry add physicians and I think he understood when friendships were genuine and when they weren't because we used gossip about a lot of people and I think he had very clear bearings on who was a friend and who is a professional colleague or someone who wanted something from from imperative. Entertainment I'm Justin Harman. And this is the baron of Botox episode eight under siege. Two weeks after unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and that haunting. Send Up. Dr Brandt attended the annual American Academy of Dermatology Meeting held in San Francisco. Though he was rattled by the NETFLIX series. He also had a full schedule. That included demonstrations and workshops a course on Botox basics and a scientific symposium called Tips for Lips. This was not unusual for Dr Brandt. One year he appeared as a speaker at sixteen different dermatological conventions. Dr Tina Ulster. The Laser Queen of DC appeared on two panels. Dr Brandt at the meeting. A live demonstration on injecting techniques and a symposium on methods to make treatments more comfortable for patients. She says these conventions are pretty high stakes over the last twenty years. The cosmetic portion of dermatology has grown tremendously and the biggest rules in terms of lecture halls. Where the lectures are delivered are all cosmetic dermatology. So we have a lot of workshops where they're live demonstrations of doing injections doing laser treatments but depends on which workshops. You're in and literally. There are a of two thousand people in a single hall who not only looking at these live injections but they're seeing them on big screens as they're being done so it's a well run very intense time for both the lecturers while it's the people who are in attendance and Fred. Seminars were a fan favourite. Not only for a scientific insights but for his sense of humor and reverence for the work colleagues always thought him God and Quirky but recognize that he was really visionary in Aesthetic Dermatology. I think understood that that while an unusual guy is contributions to the field. Were extraordinarily. That's Jonas Shack Ni- again. Jona made an absolute fortune in two thousand twelve when he sold medicines to valiant pharmaceuticals the same company. That spent a whopping sixteen bucks on Fred in two thousand fourteen for two point. Six billion dollars. Joanna is a keen observer who gained insights into the beauty industry by analyzing in part how women behaved at department stores. He told W magazine in two thousand eight. I used to watch the way they would look in the mirror. Their habits were fascinating to me the way they interacted with and trusted the consultants of all the people. I've talked about Fred. Jonas seems to have the greatest insights into the myriad ways. His friend was an outsider in both his field and the world at large. Fred didn't fit in to the capitalist. Turn of the beauty industry. He wasn't very good at being a celebrity or it weathering the criticism of intrigued but sceptical public and he wasn't particularly well versed on the nuances of the social contract. But he tried. There was definitely a playful side to. He sang a lot just sort of spontaneously not necessarily established songs but once that he would make up. I recall many many walks with him in Miami where we would go into a restaurant with his dogs and people complain about. The dogs are not be happy that they're wondering around the restaurant and he would just sort of go up to the people can offer them a free treatment in office starts singing in his moments he was a very light good natured guy that. I think I just wanted a little attention to try to make people happy and I think he tried. Very hard to project himself sometimes awkwardly to be a little more gregarious and extroverted but fundamentally he was a guy that just wanted to sit around with a few close friends and his dogs and could be very happy watching movies. He was not a guy that likes to go out and meet new people but I think he understood professionally the importance of that and get his best. It was a learned behavior or performance think. His presentation was often as needed to try to attract attention. Engage people even though he fundamentally was uncomfortable doing it. The last time Jonas Dr Brandt was at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting in March. They had lunch together and he could see that his friend was preoccupied. He wasn't the only one who felt like something was off brands. Colleague Dr Julie. Kaufman also noticed that he was uncharacteristically. Low Energy so we were at the ad together The American Academy Dermatology and little quiet and I noticed. He was quiet but he'd been traveling. It's exciting he's tired inside was in a good. Everybody around him was happy when things started getting a little bit. More on the downside. You also felt that from him but he wasn't just hired in addition to the Netflix show. There had been other more clandestine. Setbacks and a-list client was reportedly irate when she developed a hard Najah will in her face after Brent injected her with the filler. Luma one source told me that Fred was quote paralyzed with fear that he would lose her as a patient. According to friends in the last months of his life he became obsessed with having the filler taken off the market to people familiar with an incident that took place at the American Academy of Dermatology Convention. Told Me Brandt was confronted by an employee for the manufacturer Allergan. According to one eyewitness quote someone from the company. A relatively junior person was just berating him asking him about his hygiene technique in office things. That would be fantastically insulting to any physician. Allergan did not respond to multiple requests for comment but a study published four months. After Brandt died discovered that delayed onset nozzles developed in less than one percent of Luma patients. Jonas still remembers how the drama weighed on his friend. Fred was always unholy on the side of his patients so how they looked and their level of satisfaction or delight with the things that happened in his office. Were really the paramount things affecting his self validation when he had happy patients especially the celebrities. That would talk about. Nothing would make him happier so at one level he uncorruptible because if a product was not right for his patients he wouldn't use it. Great example is that he observed some side effects in his practice with certain products. Even though those manufacturers doing a lot of clinical studies are paying him Honoraria to give talks. He was not at all reserve. In sort of bringing these issues to the forefront my observation over I think we had launched and spending some time with Malone was that he was very concerned with his standing in the community he a dubbing concerned about a couple of issues and he felt under siege from several of his colleagues and a couple of companies and he really felt that his years of treatment in the category really. His vision were being undermined because he was trying to do the right thing for his patients in identifying issues. So I'd say that he was on the depressed side but again. I use the word for cautiously because it was around one issue last than two weeks after the meeting. Fred. Brandt was dead. When you're trying to piece together the last few months or weeks of someone's life it can begin to feel like an abstract painting. The things people remember can take on new meaning in hindsight details. Become storylines doctor also remembers arriving at the Dermatology meeting in San Francisco and running into her friend. Fred Brent in the lobby I arrived at the hour and he happened to be at the same hotel and he was down in the reception area so when I came through the door you know. He's there large Avello. Tina Tina and I say oh. Fred how are you and he was wearing this great wetter. Black my favorite color with a big sign on it and Rhinestone and said Oh. I love that whether he goes. Oh take it coming in. They'll don't even talk me about it. And of course. We saw each other for the next few days during the meeting. And then Lo and behold a week after the meeting after I came back to Washington he had me a perfectly dry clay sweater literally off his back and so it was one of those things that I thought in the mail around the time that things went south for him so he was. I feel like he was thinking about me At the end of the day it was a parting gift. He literally would have given that shirt off his back if I let him but it was. It wasn't the right timing but when I did get it was. It was quite a shock this season on the dream. We're looking into a world that is perhaps even murkier muddier some might say beer than multilevel marketing the world of wellness. We'll talk to believers nonbelievers and try to become believers ourselves. The dream season two is out. Now listen stitcher apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast support for this. 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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"Okay. So we are so excited added today to have Holly Fagor from Super Goop on the show. which is if you don't know super goop might be living under a rock? Because it's like the biggest invest sunscreen screen company out there really and her brother and investor. Stephen Emery is here as well. So we're going to dive in here. All about Holly Story. I'm A very big fan and of course I know holly already previously. I've been so excited for this episode because as everyone knows I'm a new dad. And so am neurotic. But I'm condemning Roddick amount sunscreen for my baby and it's a constant source. Sorry Sarah my wife because she's a little more lax day school about it. I'm like crazy neurotic so I'm going to like get you. Oh you bet. But also his daughter is has like porcelain skin though like she has to those babies no no she's like she doesn't look anything like Michael She's like. She looks like she came from sister. Sorry I mean you're cute do but it's the best time to form a habit. It's from the get go and she'll know nothing else other than protecting your skin Stephen and Hollywood brother and sister like us so this is our first brother and sister duo on this show. Wow sounds like steven. Like like me. Made a bet on his little sister little big he did and this is our first podcast together to notice. This is such an exciting day. Just side note about live live because Michael sent a picture of her with the satisfies. I've ever seen her make while she was getting sunscreen applied to her and it just made me realize like oh Michael they have like. What's the one that's GonNa be format so many have one that's like a moose? I feel like my kids loved that one to like. It'll be like a fun game for her. Because I remember giggle. Yeah when you came mount with that when my kids had like fights with it they were like that was inspired by my children who often had shaving cream. Moore's law it looks like shaving cream. Thank you yeah and so I was like you know as any. SPF obsessed founders sitting there going. Why can't that stuff have? SPF in it. And I'm pretty sure it's not full of like Gillette or something. I'm pretty sure there's nothing great in the the little bodies. Yeah so that's when we really set out and I mean there's a different story behind every one of our formulas let's back up a little though because I feel like your story I know is fascinating of how you got started in this. So let's start from the very beginning. I sometimes I saying but I'm going to spare you that today and just how you came up with the idea and got the whole background was not in the beauty industry. I was out of Post College. I was a third grade schoolteacher. I grew up wanting to teach in a way I'm still in educating I'm still educating yes. It's the foundation of our brand today. But you know it was fast forward much later when a friend of mine was diagnosed with skin cancer that I was talking with a good college friend that was going through her residency in dermatology apology and I learned that despite what the world looked like in two thousand and five you know it's not just about the beach and she said you know it's really that cumulative of every single day exposure that causes ultimately skin cancer much later in life for most people but for your friend had happened a little earlier and you know. My parents are entrepreneurs. Or's I was brought us many similarities here today and I was brought up to look at the white space and things and even before you know as as a child I mean I was always creating I love to create at our home. You know it was always about if you know something. Sorry you've been done. Why bother to look for ways to do things that haven't been done before don't you think? Thanks Steve and in fact I'm a musician and I started out on the piano and I was like there's way too many pianist in this country. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA switch to the harp. There's no competition and I spent the better part of my twenties and early thirties performing so looking for the white space in things that always jumped out at me and and and when I looked at the category of Sun Care and again this was in two thousand five it was an incredibly sleepy category. There was no innovation the formulas were either full of crop ingredients or an Qi sticky mass that just people had to put up with at the beach and they're very seasonal thing smelled weird and bad weird. Nobody wanted Roy wait. You said the word sunscreen and in fact. I think this is unlike a lot of entrepreneurs who has go for a lot of opinions but if I had asked for an opinion on building on care business most people would have been like crazy. I didn't ask for many opinions but I also backed before people were really like disrupting things I was like something has to come jumped into this category to really bring innovation to consumer so that we can say hey. You should apply this every single day. It's not this like awful experience. Was it daunting to figure out the logistics of how to pull together. I mean I'm sitting here thinking about like starting a business is tough enough. was that overwhelming to you. Did you have to do a ton of research. Yeah I mean you know ah the time you could start to Google things and Aging myself here but like you know it's just one foot in front of the other and it was like well. You know my initial idea for supergroup was is really to put it into school classrooms across America so it was like developed this formula and going a little bit backwards when I looked at formulas on the market chemical ones were full all of controversial ingredients. Our mother is a breast cancer survivor. And oxy been zone was in every single chemical formula in the country like literally. And you know the aww forgive me I don't know if you knew it. Well maybe I should know. Mom was a breast cancer survivor to cancer but she did beat breast cancer. But well there's a lot of research to show and I my mother and my aunt are breast cancer survivors both before for the age of forty five so we were always looking at like what caused this. And how this happened. Happened and oxidant is shown up in breast cancer tissue and so when I looked at the sunshine I knew that just from the experience of helping my mom through that and then when I started looking take care I was like oh my gosh. Every formula in the country has oxidant in it. So we've got what does it do. Why is it in every formula? It's just really good. Ingredient itself delivers livers on high high. SPF testing at a very very low cost so the Sun Care Industry was outright ommited by the mass players target the CVS the walgreens and because of that it was always about you know lowest price and oxy bins and allow the testing to get there for very cheap price. I have so how many questions that I don't even know where to start with the first one is from a consumer and I'm sure a lot of our listeners have the same issue. It's so overwhelming. There's so many choices I personally. I play golf so I I like to spray version is spray. Okay and if supergroup it is well and I'm sure it is but I really want to understand what the difference is in all these different so overwhelmed with choices when it comes to sunscreen and there's even these things. NPR always has the top of the year. And I listened to that even more overwhelmed. Because there's fifteen of them in you just don't know we're sure sure and most of the sprays on the market you bring up sprays because gophers in particular love them. My Dad my brothers big offer but ours are non Aerosol purcell and so while they look exactly like those sit on the shelf at mass. There's a little bag inside that holds our formula. Nothing but air propels that formula out so the other formulas that are aerosol are bashing along the walls of that can with what's needed to propel the formula out of the can so. There's little things that I learned about about the industry that you could improve on so much and that's where I really saw. The white space was like car. We got to be able to chemical formulas better and we should be able to deliver deliver mineral formulas for people and like for your daughter that have particularly young or very sensitive skin women even still today for one year. Did you enjoy actually seeing the formula and their skin even if it is a little bit white and pasty. 'CAUSE you know they're precious is protected and so there's a reason for being for both you know what's right for my skin may not be right for yours and what's right for yours not alley so you know it's really important for us to deliver on formulas that deal with every skin color type tone activity under the sun that we might be participating in and then it's our job to like give you a decision tree so that you can pick out what it is. That's best. Let's let's take a break for. Ah Second to go back to when like I know this alley. I pitch me the idea. I thought she was not my. Holly came to you at investment in business. What were your thoughts? Look I think for me. It's always been about betting on the jockey. Not The horse. Yeah kind of kind of thing at least at first for sure I mean I definitely saw. She identified the white space in the market. Had really figured that out and thought through it and so I started off as something. Can you work on the nights and weekends help doing professionally. Otherwise oh I've been in finance banker real estate for Most of my career. I've been pretty well in the skin. Care beauty industry for the last decade. Now he's not mentioning mentioning the fact that I slept in guest room in New York for every single trip all through the very early stages and I are you ten years in commitment fifteen fifteen so talk to us take us back to when you sorta knew you're onto something I mean. Listen you're you're tackling a really big category very crowded and trying to differentiate yourself but with sorry before before you answer that it's interesting that your parents would would tell you to not do something that people had already done yet. That is kind of what you did. And it's also what we did you know. And it's something that we talk about Alzheimer's and I think it's just an important thing to call out because I firmly believe that there's so many things that are out there that exist whether it's a product or service. That just isn't done well. It doesn't right and there is an opportunity just because it exists as I mean. You can't do it better. which is you're an example? Where an example of that you and I felt like if we're going to encourage and I've have always been inspired to change the way? The world thinks about sunscreen. And if I'm going to encourage that people apply it every single day it has to be more luxury experience. It can't you know bring about the face that I saw often when I said what. Do you think about sunscreen and people get sticky mess. Yeah Yeah Okay. Sorry I just wanted to say that. No that took walk through those early. Yeah I think as you guys know as founders and builders and creators it's more about I think the little steps along the way the little wins along the way that keep you so inspired inspired and fueled for continuing down the journey and staying. I mean I would have said you know back in two thousand seven Gosh. We were awarded the Gold Triangle by the American Academy Dermatology Matala G. FOR INNOVATION and education. SPF will the company was still me on my bed. And I mean like everything we had bought was like on my personal credit card. And you know I and I thought we'd done it. It was two thousand and seven. I was like yes I got to go to the conference and speak to two thousand dermatologists and I mean you know you fast for a little bit along the way and I remember when Tesla called and asked us to put supergroup in all of their roadsters back when they made out sturt to deliver to new homes..

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"What was that? You know, I want my, my oriole's hat but people can wear their Yankee hat on that side or whatever. Or their, you know, Philadelphia Eagles hat after they won the Super Bowl but they, they should wear a hat. And, you know, better even in sports hat a cap is wearing a wide brim have, you know, a real like fisherman's hat or one of those one of us have they give you the more protection, sort of like a crocodile Dundee, hat, you know. We're talking with Dr Kenneth washerman on progress on Sunday magazine, I'm Bob Solter and puritan north lot with us, where would you point people to if they want look up some information online along the lines of some read online read online to so many different online, but the American Academy dermatology is WWW dot AD? That's the American Academy of a D dot org. And they have tons of information for pensions on finding a dermatologist finding a skin cancer. They have free skin cancer screenings, every year, the but the bay all over the United States at hospitals and clinics. I know they do them in New York City at some of the local hospitals, and I think that Bryant park is that an area in Manhattan, right? Yes, it is. I think they do a big skin cancer, screening there in the month of may probably through NYU and Cornell. And you know, everybody should get their skin check once a year to not get your skin checked once a year to me is insane because it is the easiest exam and early detection is what saves lives. So I think people should read about it, and then they should wear their son box, and they should follow sun, protective techniques, and, and, and take care of this, because if you take care of your skin, your skin, we'll take care of you when you get older, you know, and some of the women come to my office who tell me they've had very little son in their lives. They look ten fifteen years younger than their age because they don't have the photo aging on their face and on their skin, and it's amazing. 'cause people say, oh, these spots from days, they're not from old age there from sun. Those are sunspots, very interesting word to shared with us in our discussion, a lot for people to think about thank you very. Much for joining us owner program and also for being kind with your time, Bob, always a pleasure to talk to you. You're one of the good guys in the media. I hope you enjoy the rest of your day. Thanks for joining us on.

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It's the spot on your skin, the one that couldn't skin cancer fact is if you're a man over fifty you're in a group most likely to develop skin cancer, including melanoma, the kinda kills one person every hour one in five Americans is likely to develop a form of skin cancer during their lifetime. That's why your best shot is to check for a slot. It's easy follow through and check your skin. It could be the save of a lifetime. Spot skin cancer dot org to find out. How a message from the American Academy. Dermatology. Hey, what's up everybody? I'm Jason Derulo. I love the fact that music connects to people all over the country. But unfortunately, so does something else childhood hunger. Fifteen million children struggle with hunger in America. However, the Feeding America nationwide network of foodbanks is able to help provide over three billion meals to children and families in need across the country. Join me in the fight against hunger at Feeding America dot org. Together, we just saw. Of hunger. Together, we're Feeding America. A message from Feeding America council. Oh. All the best stuff from our weekday shows all packaged together. Just for you. It's a best of the week Saturday on mytalk one zero seven one. The second phone. Speed. You are listening to mytalk one zero seven one everything entertainment and everything offers day all day long. Every show breaking down the Academy Awards broadcasts.

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It's the spot on your skin, the one that could be skin cancer fact, is if you're a man over fifty you're in a group most likely to develop skin cancer, including melanoma, the kind that kills one person every hour one in five Americans is likely to develop a form of skin cancer during their lifetime. That's why your best shot is to check for a spot. It's easy follow through and check your skin. It could be the save of a lifetime. Spot skin cancer dot org to find out how the message from the American Academy dermatology. This is the sound of so Manila gyrating on your under-cooked chicken. And it looks like mom might be taking it out a little. Don't let some inelegant funky chicken. On average, one in six Americans will get a foodborne illness this year. So he's a thermometer to cook each type of meat to the right temperature. Keep your family safe at foodsafety dot gov. Brought to you by the USDA HHS and the Ad Council. Do you want to hear the very best part? You're listening to the best segments. Laurie and Julia did all week. The best show. It's a best of the weeks Saturday on mytalk one zero seven one. Housing. Everybody. Thank you so much for hanging out with us. Happy Valentine's Day, everybody. Love yourself is most important message of I.

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Skin, the one that could be skin cancer fact, is if you're a man over fifty you're in a group most likely to develop skin cancer, including melanoma, the kinda kills one person every hour one in five Americans is likely to develop a form of skin cancer during their lifetime. That's why your best shot is to check for a spot. It's easy follow through and check your skin. It could be the safe of a lifetime. Spot skin cancer dot org to find out. How a message from the American Academy dermatology. As an eighteen year old. I let my mistakes can I take over my life. I was point five credits away from completing high school, and I didn't do it. Ten years later at age twenty eight Jacky finished high school diploma when I found out that I was pregnant I know that I had to do something for myself if I wanted to make her a better person and provide a better life for her. My family never stopped pushing for me to be better. 'cause they knew what I could become and who I could become as a person I support team is amazing the educational director sister and even my seven year old daughter. She's been more than the support that I could ask for I've been given an opportunity, and I'm just thankful for it. No one gets a diploma alone. If you're thinking of finishing your high school diploma you have help find free adult education classes near you at finishyourdiploma dot org. That's finish your diploma dot org. Brought to you by the Dollar General literacy foundation and the Ad Council. My favorite Christmas song of this moment. Because sometimes it changes, but it's a perennial favorite last Christmas by Wham, I know one song by web, and that's almost last Christmas in what's strange is that my eight year old daughter Nelson's it in my six year old son is singing a lot so much. So did he actually is going to perform at the kid's talent show over Christmas in my ferrets liberty group, it's to be amazing merry Christmas. Everybody we'll be back live after the big day right here on mytalk one seven one. You.

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To develop a form of skin cancer during their lifetime. That's why your best shot is to check for follow through. And check your skin. It could be the save of a lifetime. Spot skin cancer dot org to find out. How a message from the American Academy dermatology. Eighteen year old. I let my mistakes can I take over my life. I was point five credits away from completing high school, and I didn't do it. Ten years later at age twenty eight Jacky finished her high school diploma when I found out that I was pregnant I know that I had to do something for myself if I wanted to make her a better person and provide a better life for her. My family never stopped pushing for me to be better. 'cause they knew what I could become and who I could become a person. My support team is amazing. The educational director sister and even my seven year old daughter. She's been more than the support that I could ask for I've been given an opportunity. I'm just thankful for it. No one gets a diploma alone. If you're thinking of finishing your high school diploma, you have help find free adult education classes near you. Finish your diploma dot org. That's finish your diploma dot org. Brought to you by the Dollar General literacy foundation and the Ad Council. I need the best and only the best. To the best of the weeks Saturday for you. Best segments. Jason and Alexis did all week. Basho ever best of the week Saturday on my top one zero seven one. Hi. This is Laura Vernon from up down. Minnesota. We've seen Jason and Alexis a happy ten th game. I love.

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Ask for I've been given an opportunity and I'm just thankful for no one gets a diploma, alone if. You're thinking of finishing your high school diploma you have help find free adult education classes near you and finish your diploma dot org that's finish your diploma dot org Brought to you by the Dollar General literacy foundation and the Ad Council Out on, the golf, course there are, the obvious hazards there's the. Pond the bunker the rough the even rougher put me down for eight the giant Maples The, roles houses out of bounds, on the right The angry flock of geese who've surrounded your ball Even the occasional groundskeeper you had no clue But if you think you've, found every possible hazard out there think again the. Hazard you missed could actually be. A killer it's the spot in your skin the one that could be skin cancer, fact is if you're a man over fifty you're in, a group. Most likely to develop skin cancer including melanoma. The kind that kills one person every hour one in five Americans is likely to develop. A form of skin cancer during their lifetime that's why your. Best shot is to check for a spot. It's easy follow through and check your skin it could be the safe of a lifestyle spot skin cancer dot org to find out how a message from the American Academy dermatology Hey everyone Let's all stop what we're doing right now and take. A, moment That felt good Just like that we had a nice special sort. Of moment, together of course they don't all need to be quiet moments. To be special they could. Be loud, moments goofy, moments sporty, moments dorky moments moments where we talk walk or. Just hanging out it. Doesn't really matter they all count because every time dad's like us take a moment like that to spend with our kids Pretty momentous Sounds like. Somebody agrees so let's take a moment to make a. Moment today, call, eight, seven, seven, four dad four one one or visit fatherhood dot gov brought to you by the US department of health and, human services and the Ad.

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Race they still will but this is why gel manicures have been suspected to possibly put you at risk for cancer why because of the uv rays now the past the american academy dermatology has worn nail salon frequencies that even though the time spent in these lamps is very short the uv rays are four times stronger than that of the sun so rather than just sitting outside for few minutes now multiply that by four and they say that the damage could really add up over longtime use carolina jasko a twenty year old illinois women according to fox thirty two said she found out the hard way she got a black vertical line on her fingernail that you never really noticed before because she had acrylics and what is a black line vertical light on a fingernail it's melanoma so she was diagnosed with melanoma at the age of eighteen maybe she had a family history maybe there but you know why put yourself out that you know what that extra risk just like tanning beds for skin cancer so could any uv lamp and we're being told the led lamps also give you the race so you we talked about the uv rays the uva versus you'd be uva goes all the way you've the burns that's how i remember it so uv rays penetrate deeply down to the epidermis durmus they could cause premature aging of the skin wrinkles and skin cancer.

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"american academy dermatology" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"american academy dermatology" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

"Treatment for ngo dima is largely the same as arctic area though corticosteroids may be more commonly used so to summarize many things can cause or to carry ah but an extensive lab work up is not necessary treatment should be step wise and second generation in a his two means should be your mainstay of treatment we're going to wrap up this issue with the discussion of a practice guideline from the american academy of dermatology on acne vulgarities ira we're going to go through three key points in some extra bullet points from this article for treating acne bulgara's these fall the american academy dermatology guidelines for managing this condition here we go point one the first line treatment from mild acne vulgarities include ends up side or a topical retina wide or a combination is medications from moderate acne vulgarities a combination of benzopyrene inside with a topical antibiotic anna topical retina loyd or both can be used you can add an oral antibiotic if necessary and i said vera acne vulgarities you can have an oral antibiotic with a benzyl proxided topical antibiotic and a topical red night dokic point two topical or oral antibiotics should not be used as a motto fear of the because of the risk of developing bacterial resistance the choice of a topical agents should be based on a patient's age acne sites severity in patient preference eta addicts should then be prescribed for just the shortest amount of time necessary and you should reassess after using them for three or four months point three tetracyclene the preferred oral antibiotic doxycycline aninat cycline are more effective than tetracyclene we don't really have good data for other antibiotics outside a tetracyclene or macro leads pregnant women and children younger than hd receiver earth or maya sen and as if their my assassin and backstrom should be given to those patients who can't take tetracycline or they fail as antibiotic treatment.

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