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"asaf again" Discussed on American Innovations

American Innovations

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"asaf again" Discussed on American Innovations

"Six years later in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. The medical community's still hadn't made much progress on the choking problem. That's when dr henry heimlich the newly named director of surgery at cincinnati. Jewish hospital caught wind of the issue from an article in the new york times. The public now alerted to. The danger was growing impatient. I'm like was shocked. I how widespread the problem was as well as how little time there was to act within four minutes a choking victim can die or suffer permanent brain damage. I'm like was immediately struck by the article. Choking exactly the type of problem he was looking to solve got his first. Taste the rush saving a life when he was twenty years old when he rescued. A man from a derailed. Train the act ernomous spot on the front page of the new york times and a gold. Watch that memory stood in stark contrast to heimlich stay job trained as a surgeon at cornell medical school but found surgery to be a frustratingly slow method of saving lives by its nature. Surgery only saved one life at a time. I'm like wanting to do more than that. And faster. the only way to have the impact. He craved was to develop procedures and treatments. That could be applied to large populations and so he directed his early career toward inventing methods to solve wide-scale problems to treat i infection. At blinded soldiers during world war two ground antibiotics into shaving cream. He also invented a portable vowed that soldiers could carry to drain blood and air from chest wounds without letting air back in later. He developed a surgical technique to restore people's ability to swallow. These inventions could save thousands of people but heimlich wanted to save lives. On an even bigger scale solving the choking problem was especially appealing to look. It centered on a part of the body. He knew well as a thoracic surgeon much of his previous work the asaf again he also believed that like dreaming chest wounds choking was a problem the required is simple solution with only four minutes to restore air to a victim. There was no time to wait for a trained professional to arrive. Whatever he came up with it had to be easy enough for anyone to perform at a moment's notice quickly brushed up on some of the other solutions. Doctors were pursuing. You learned that. There were three common approaches. The i involved cutting temporary opening the trachea allowing the air to enter the lungs by bypassing the blockage. This was not an approached. The average person could ever hope to succeed at the at least one man even for doctor. It was risky to perform outside hospital. The second solution involved various gadgets like extremely long tweezers or a mini vacuum cleaner to remove the food. I'm like immediately dismissed. This avenue is to dependent on having the correct tool on hand. The third approach was to slap the choking victim hard on the back between the shoulder. Blades referred to as back blows. The slap caused a sudden. Change a pressure in the lungs which could dislodge the object. This approach was closer to what heimlich envisioned. It required neither a gadget nor medical training. But if a person was only partially choking slapping them on the back could further lodge the object in the airway making the problem worse. I'm like was convinced there had to be a better way. He looked at what all these tactics had in common and realized they all approached the problem from above the blockage if you attack the problem from below from his training. I'm like knew that even after a person exhales. They still had approximately two leaders of air in their lungs. He imagined a pair of bellows blowing air on a fire. You could compress lung similarly. Perhaps you could use that. Residual air to push out the object blocking the airway. It sounded good in theory but he needed to see if it worked in practice. It's nineteen three. i'm like is cincinnati. Jewish hospital animal app. He and an assistant. Lab technician are testing the bellas theory. I'm like standing over a drowsy dog on a medical table. Is the dog. Incised sized yip. It's like he had four good stiff drinks. Perfect put four minutes on the clock. Heimlich ties up a medical tube and inserts it down the dog's throat sealing off his airway and go. Hi mark pushes down on the dog's chest. Nothing the tube doesn't budge mc tries again harder this time nothing. The tube hasn't moved a centimeter and the dog's still can't breathe. Heimlich moves his hands up pushing down on a different part of the dogs chest. Still nothing. it's been two minutes sir. One more time. The technician nervously keeping his eye on the clock. Heimlich moves his hands. Further to the left on the dog's chest and pushes down even harder. Come on it still doesn't work. The tube is lodged in the dog's throat completely blocking his airway. three minutes. alright. Alright pull it out. The technician reaches in and pulls the tube out of the dogs throat. Heimlich sits down frustrated watching. The dog breed easily now that the tube has been removed. There's all that air in those lungs just needs to be able to access it with enough force. It's heimlich versus anatomy. It's a damn ribcage. It won't allow me to get enough pressure to adequately compress the lungs. It's doing its job. Then i'm like nods distractedly. The technician is right. The job of the ribcage is to protect the body's vital organs from being crushed which is essentially what. Heimlich is trying to crush the dogs lungs. I need a way around it. He gets up and feels around the dog's chest sliding his hand to the front. He feels the spot between the ribs. His hand slides down his eyes. Light up quick. Get get another tube. And i've got an idea. The technician inserts the tube and heimlich pushes on the dog again. This time he pushes lower than he did. Before on the diaphragm a large flat muscle that separates the abdomen from the chest cavity. He thrusts his fist. Hard with an upper angle. The tube flies across the room landing on the floor. Heimlich in the technician. Look at each other. in shock. That tube came flying out with a lot more force than they expected. Put it back in. Let let let's try it again again. Heimlich pushes on the diaphragm gentler. This time it works. They try again.

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"asaf again" Discussed on Mommies Tell All

Mommies Tell All

03:57 min | 7 months ago

"asaf again" Discussed on Mommies Tell All

"And then some days i don't really think about it at all like okay like question. You're like sometimes. I surround crystals around my bathtub. Son just got a new abundance scandal. That came and not earthy the will now. Now we're definitely going places. But i really do. I love there's a d stigmatization to about periods like this movement that's like wire periods like looked at so gross like every woman. Who's i guess a says woman every mostly like most women. Yes it's not something to be ashamed of or looked at like grocery dirty. It's just something very natural and that we should be learning about our bodies and i use the natural cycles Little thermometer an app. And i knew that my cycle was which maybe it's starting to like change right now. I don't have my late. Not my psycho back. I'm just like but you can't ovulate went pocketing. Your cycle back postpartum. But i remember learning that. I thought i had like a normal cycle by actually cycle every twenty four days. So i'm mike periods are my periods come are often like my interesting mining. I think mine was pretty normal. Like last time i checked. It was like twenty eight days or something like that. Yeah which is like that. He normal add That's what people think they think. Oh well you obviously are you last. Usually it's really weird like maybe like three to five days like mine. The day sometimes at least like the bleeding mazing. Yeah mine is like really like a full week pretty much. I mean at the very beginning. It's really heavy. And then it's like. I use like white tampons much the whole time but my cramps are insane though. Like i don't bleed much but my cramps crazy cramps suck cramps. That's not a fun. Part periods already like pretty like not fun right and then like cramps just like why do you have been on top of bleeding like we just need one thing and then i think it's like most women after they have a baby when they're period. I comes back the cramps or even worse so i'm not looking forward to that. I don't remember that. After having. Charlie i remember it came back and i was a little shocked at how light it will. I feel like my periods got better after kids. I think definitely changed. I think they just like each postpartum is different. I'm sure like each time you're cycle comes back. It's differ each time like your like every time after i've had a baby my hair has been difference. Young our body's hormones are weird so weird yachties are weird. Buddies are awesome. I love learning about the body. We have this little puzzle but trillion bella obsessed with and. It's like layers. It's like the bottom is a little boy in the bottom of the puzzle is the bones and then the muscles like the nervous system and like his skin and then or whatever and it's so it's so funny to watch them put it back because they're just like a jumbled mess but it's really really cool. We're learning about the body that is really cool. Emerson is obsessed with her esophagus right now. So she'll be like she'll take a drink or something and she was like mommy feel it goes down and she'll like so my hand on her neck and like and then we talk about hamas down and terrorist stomach and then how it goes into her intestines and we talk all about it. But she's obsessed with the asaf again. So what a random thing to be absorbed. Yeah kids are cute. Yes they are. Kids are really cute while you guys thank you so much for listening we love you. We wouldn't be able to do this without you. Please also share this podcast. This particularly today could really help people out. I mean if you're looking to conceive or non conceive or not see. I mean everybody is either trying to or try not to really share this with your friends and also if you could rate and review us. That'd be awesome. Ra gives you will thank you so much and we will talk to you next week..

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Democrats control Senate after three new senators are sworn in

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Democrats control Senate after three new senators are sworn in

"There was more history. Today with a major power shift in the U. S. Senate wt Opie's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. We have turned the page to a new chapter. In the history of our democracy. The new Senate majority leader, Chuck Schumer, now that Democrats control the Senate vice president, Kamila Harris Warren, three new senators, Georgia Democrats John Asaf and Raphael Warnock and Alex Padilla, who will replace her from California. There was a humorous moment as Harris read the language, setting up the fact that she's no longer a senator certificate of appointment to fill the vacancy. Created by the resignation. Of former Senator Kamila D. Harris of California. Democrats and Republicans are now divided in the Senate. 50 50 and the new vice president can have the deciding vote on Capitol Hill. Mitchell

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Ossoff, Warnock Sworn In; Senate Officially Democrat-Controlled

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Ossoff, Warnock Sworn In; Senate Officially Democrat-Controlled

"Have been sworn into the United States Senate today making officially a Democratic majority. Here's a Nat sound of Vice president Kamila Harris wearing an Alex Padilla, who will be filling her seat as well as John Asaf and Raphael Warnock, from Georgia is raise your wife hand. Okay? Do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties. Of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you God. All right. Congratulations were not. He's the first black senator from Georgia so soft, the first Jewish senator from Georgia and the first millennial senator to be elected, and Padilla is the first Latino senator from California.

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Georgia voters to decide whether Democrats or Republicans will control the Senate

Dave Ramsey

01:10 min | 9 months ago

Georgia voters to decide whether Democrats or Republicans will control the Senate

"To the polls today to cast ballots and two Senate runoff elections that will determine which party controls Congress. Republicans Kelly La Flor and David Perdue are being challenged by Democrats John John Asaf Asaf and and Raphael Raphael Warnock. Warnock. This This voter voter in in Atlanta Atlanta after after casting casting his his ballot, ballot, says says the the act act of of voting voting is is important. important. I I think think a a lot lot of of people people in in here here no no matter matter what what color color race race creed creed you you are are I I mean, mean, we're we're all all Americans, Americans, and and that's that's what what really really matters. matters. And And I I felt felt a a lot lot of of that that inside inside a a lot lot of of respect respect and and a a lot lot of of responsibility, responsibility, and and that that makes you feel good baby sees Lionel Boys spoke to another voter on why it was important to do her civic duty. Beverly McDaniel was at her polling place early to vote for Democrats John all soft and Raphael Warnock voted for a dam because that think they will make a change. In Georgia, McDaniel says with big issues affecting her community like unemployment and the pandemic, it was important for her to vote for the future of her grandchildren and great grandchildren that maybe today may not be tomorrow and the leaders that we choose today it's gotta make that change for the race impacting far beyond Georgia, as these results could change the balance of power in the Senate, Lionel Boys, ABC News Around three

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Perdue to quarantine after contact with someone with COVID-19

Larry O'Connor

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Perdue to quarantine after contact with someone with COVID-19

"Meanwhile of Republican senator running for re election next week in quarantine after close contact with someone who's tested positive for the coronavirus, Georgia Senator David Perdue was told this morning he came into close contact with somebody on his campaign who has tested positive for covert 19. For doing his wife have tested negative for the coronavirus today, but the campaign says following his doctor's recommendations, and in accordance with CDC guidelines, the couple will quarantine For doing Republican Senator Kelly Leffler, or both running to keep their Senate seats in runoff elections next Tuesday. Purdue is challenged by Democrat John Asaf. Purdue is tested regularly, a campaign statement says, and the team will follow CDC

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Biden stumping for Democratic Senate candidates in Georgia runoffs

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Biden stumping for Democratic Senate candidates in Georgia runoffs

"Elect Joe Biden is taking time out from his transition effort to focus on the political goings on in Georgia by then will campaign in Georgia today with Democratic Senate candidates John Asaf and Raphael Warnock. They face runoff elections in three weeks against GOP incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. Senate Control is on the line with Republicans, needing just one win to keep the majority by then was the first Democratic presidential candidate to win Georgia in nearly 30 years. The party hopes he can sway moderates and maybe some GOP leaning independents to back us off and Warnock. Neither of whom have ever held public office.

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"asaf again" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"asaf again" Discussed on Pantheon

"That i don't really get with that video but i get where they got inspiration from edward gorey look like gory but they didn't want to be. It was like it was like edward. Gorey through the dracula vector. We're gonna take gory. But we're going to turn them into dracula xactly and then we're going to turn them into drag you. That's all rob zombie. There's been rob zombie and that with like the green absence bet. Yeah oh oh. God don't buy manson and nobody wants nobody asked for marilyn manson absence. Nobody that man money no. I'm morbidly curious to see how it tastes. Yeah i mean if somebody buys it wants to have taste test it it will. It's probably gonna burn my asaf again. It just be burning. Liquorice a licorice want it to burn my safa. Guess yeah yeah no and look. Here's the thing i get like. Trance done a lot of soundtrack work. I mean even before the two thousand right he also had a song natural born killers Like i mentioned earlier grow Hit another senator to Was him but like like. I think lost highway was the place. He really got to get his feet wet. Yeah he was like he wasn't just doing the soundtrack he was also doing the score. Yeah not the total score but did like select. Yes and i believe he's the reason marilyn manson got on lost highway santrac. I don't know if he's the reason. Bowie ended up on the soundtrack. But you know like you just see all these tiny these tie-ins exactly so i. I have a feeling that. Trent probably helped pull the strings on some of that. Probably but david lynch so. He's pulling all the strings. Yeah actually they're all david lynch's strings. He's weird man. i love him though. I like twin peaks august guys. Sorry but yeah so. I think lost highway was him being like all right. Maybe i like making music things For other people essentially Little little little nuggets hence for next episode. Oh all right so now. it's nine hundred. Ninety seven and nine inch nails hasn't released.

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How To Stop Lamar Jackson in 2020 (Hint: Pray)

ESPN Daily

03:36 min | 1 year ago

How To Stop Lamar Jackson in 2020 (Hint: Pray)

"So Dominique I truly hate to butter up. You're already greasy ego but I summoned you here really to discuss Lamar Jackson and so I did two things. The first thing I did was look up his forty time, which was a self reported four, three four. And then I looked up your forty time and. The Internet done. Tells me that you ran. A four, three four. Well unlike Lamar Jackson I do not have an MVP trophy to show for it. I'M GONNA say it's because the Thanh hadn't caught up I was a high school quarterback. Position I'd be doing Lamar I don't even believe that. But as for Lamar Jackson. It is also fair to say that nobody bought stock in this kid faster than you. You call them a league changing prospect. Before he was drafted, you wrote about him last year when he was on his way to becoming the second unanimous MVP, an NFL history. So what did you see that other people did not? Think that he has the set that is. Transcendent to use an overused term in sports media. I think was more important in your piece that I wrote before the draft along with me times that we talked about how important it was that he landed in a perfect situation and when he went to Baltimore. Being that it was an organization that I played in a city that I grew up in I knew that that was an organization I was smart enough to build around his skills. But back, then people didn't really think that way and they thought Lamar Jackson wasn't a guy who could fit. So he clearly does or maybe he doesn't fit but they built a team around him that would fit him, which is the way that you do with ingrate player. So looking back now on his brief time in the league so far Lamar did face his fair share of skeptics doubters any even be competent NFL. Horrific performances we had ever seen I'm a Baltimore Ravens Fan I'm concerned has got a lot to prove but now dominique based on how he season ended last year. I can kind of feel some of those same doubts creeping up again. I mean, the Ravens scored twelve points in Jackson had three turnovers in that shocking divisional round loss to the titans. So on that Game I. What actually happened. Lamar didn't play his best game, but it's unfair to hang that on the Mar and I'm sure you've heard many stats of how long it took a lot of other great quarterbacks to win their first playoff game and even make it to the playoffs but Asaf Net if you watch that game again, tomorrow perfect. But it's six drops and that defense that had been stout all year was getting run all over by their Kendrick Henry breaks the tackle thirty. Henry ten Henry down an eight yard line and they couldn't stop anybody and Lamar and a tip ball for interception. Jackson. Taxi fires down the Middle Ball ticket buyer. Need through one later that was probably his fault and gave up a sack fumble. Taxing under. Pressure. grabbed. Compost. There's a fight for it. So he wasn't perfect but I think it's unfair to hang it all on sodas. He threw some really impressive passes some of which were some of which were dropped but to be this earliest career to have as much success as he's had I think is. is encouraging,

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"asaf again" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

active CEO Podcast

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"asaf again" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

"As I used to spock's curiosity in my mind. So are you able to share one of those instances where? You know. They have actually put you. What, what would they framing you for? There was an employee that we caught stealing. He was a waiter who was converting cash checks in my dining room. To his own revenue by avoiding items off the Tab after he collected from the customer. We caught him doing it. And as we started the prosecution against him, the councilman told him if he would point a finger at me. Claiming. He didn't do anything wrong and I need a false confession out of him. They would give him a pass on his crime and come after me. I got that confession from him through a private investigator who went undercover and befriended him. In another case, the police captain that he used to come after me. Actually said to a witness that was standing up for me. that. He found something dad witnessed it in his past, and he would pursue him for that if he. Unless, he would point a finger at me in the witness said, I can't point a finger at him. He didn't do anything. Wrong. And we later proved all that was going on and cleared my good name. Wow. It's amazing. What tactics people go to to try and get a one apple or get a competitive advantage. It is a rarity, but I was shocked that it happened, and as I said earlier, I had a mentality that I would not take an easy way out I would not. Failure easily and when you're defending your good name, your freedom and trying to build a life in a family Sometimes, even fighting city hall is necessary and I know that there's an old adage. You can't Fight City Hall of my book, will walk people through chapters of how you do fight city hall and prevail. Sometimes. So, I'm curious when I look at the different types of businesses you had from car dealerships to. Casino. ristorante gaming rooms too graphic design, glass companies, real team. When you went into a business? Was it about purely about the money? Was it about leading people? Was it a passion? What drew you to the different types of businesses. You know, Craig. I don't think it was ever the money. the money was a side benefit. I, love the challenge, which is why did interest stay in one industry I wanted to do something new I, turn myself in my book and Observational entrepreneur or a niche find. In a small town, like las. Vegas. Back decades ago. You could come up with an idea that someone had done before or you I think you can do it better than someone else was doing it, and when you find that niche and you figure out a way to. Perform a yourself. There's a great sense of accomplishment whether the revenue return is great. In some cases, it was absolutely astronomical such as engaging in gaming and being in the new car sales business as Hyundai's Chevrolet Cadillac and Kia dealer But it wasn't always the money. It was just the sense of taking on a new challenge managing hundreds of people trying to do it well, helping people build. Own Lives I providing them employment benefits and a chance to raise their own family and be thankful to you for giving them the opportunity. It's all very rewarding and I thoroughly enjoyed it so much that I just kept doing it. So when you look back at your career as an entrepreneur. What do you think was your greatest challenge? as a business, what? What was the thing you found the most challenging trout that whole time that you always had to try and overcome. Well for a couple year period when you've got a city gunning for you when you're trying to do is open and operate a business in competition with hundreds of other taverns in the valley having. A corrupt city councilman who could power empower himself with the corrupt police Arben that was the single greatest challenge in my business career, I ultimately at the age of three and despite the fact that never smoked in my life. But I, did take in a lot of secondhand smoke from the casino business and a tavern business developed the software. Geel. Cancer which only as an eight percent survival rate. The surgery was Levin Hours Long. It was quite the billeting and on a personal level that was. The second greatest challenge I've ever had to deal with and then today. I. Am Actually Fifteen years cancer free without an Asaf again. Having lost half my stomach. But I am proud to say I beat cancer thanks to being in great shape surviving the surgery and maintaining a positive attitude. And early detection is also a major key. Yeah well, congratulations on that. It's You know it is one of those cancers that is you know as you sign has quite a high mortality rights and. For you to overcome that role tonight, shes. Drive that you have an just a belief that you can overcome. Come anything. Which is obviously see very. which was Shari's through all your business ventures that you have done. So he fires while. Yes thank you. something. I didn't touch on when I went to in a limousine company here. It was because I found that the local limousine companies in Nineteen eighty-four were nothing but glorified taxicabs. So I thought I could do something better than was being done. I purchased four stretch limousines, not the standard. Airport. Type run car up full stretch. I, put my chauffeur's in Tuxedos. did things to make our company Presidential Limousine Service stand out. And found that by daring to go into the transportation business. The local companies would engage in vandalism of my cars, death.

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"asaf again" Discussed on Spicy Milk Crew

Spicy Milk Crew

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"asaf again" Discussed on Spicy Milk Crew

"We're on this AIRBNB I'm a I'm a shock and a beer to start the dominant I have a beer in the fridge on the shock in it and start my day right? You know do the whole thing. Shotgun it I start feeling a pain in my asaf again like you said in my belly is grumbly. I get three quarters of the way down a half to drop it because. I am just feeling. Ice Like it felt because it was so cold because I had it up on the top shelf, the fridge it was so icy cold that like my entire chest like I felt like I was freezing. I felt like I'd just like took an ice bath. It was pain I was like Oh my God I'm going to die from shotgun a beer. SHITTY AIRBNB in New York, city at eleven in the morning. which you know, knock on wood that it never actually happens. That's a fucking tombs. You. Know But no, so I literally like run to the bathroom and I. Just vomit right away and it's all foam. I'm just like the toilet just foam just the head of the beer just coming out no actual bile, no vomit, no actual like pain once that came out. It was all good and dodger on can had a great rest of the day, but it was literally just like. I was Mentos and coking it up in my own gut is basically what happened I I have no idea it was. The same thing. I hadn't eaten all day. It was like four or five point. You probably eaten probably part of it having nothing. I was tonics, but because of that and normally normally don't start today shot gunning. We normally have a beer or two or shots or two before you go. Oh, let's shot GonNa beer you know like. I do Elliot's. I see the look on Josh's. I, I'm. Not GonNa. Sit here in Lyon Act like I haven't started my morning with shock beer on more occasions than I can count on one hand, or maybe even two hands the number of days that I saw I'm not gonNA..

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What Happened to Ofek 12-15?

The Promised Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

What Happened to Ofek 12-15?

"But first we have a small matter that we are following with lert interesting, great concern as part of an occasional series that we call the promise podcast ponders the cipher of satellite skipping Siri atoms signification at four. Am this past Monday at the? Airbase and Israeli made Chavez. Rocket was launched without a hitch, carrying a payload of an Israeli made electro optical reconnaissance satellite names sixteen, both are the work of the Space Administration of the Director of Defense Research and development of the Israel. Ministry of Defence Working together with the Israel aerospace industry or I a I. The launch was. The rocket, arguing with grace into a sky, just beginning to grow and glow lighter at one speeding and receding towards the heavens, a press release attributed to the satellite quote. Unquote advanced capabilities which are really the BIS kind of capabilities for satellite to have the first OPEC satellite Ofek means horizon by the way was launched in September nineteen, eighty-eight, almost thirty two years ago, that was Ofek one over to launch in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three, and nineteen, ninety five, and so on on Monday just a few hours after the successful launch and exultant I'm known Harari the head of the Space Administration of the Director of Defense, research. Research and development of the Ministry of Defence was interviewed on the morning radio, and he explained the enormity of the achievement that he oversaw and he starts in formation Li like this quote, he says the satellite is an optical observation satellite very similar to the last satellite. We launched a few years ago. Eleven at which point the interviewer commonly risk indices name, says quote. Wait this. You have to explain if the last one was OPEC eleven. How come this one is sixteen, so Harari says quote. It's a lovely name affects sixteen I love it. Who says the numbers have to come in order and leaves skin, says quote no. No No, you have to explain this thing. You had nine Victoriano fake eleven, and then you skipped. Tawfiq Sixteen Harari says yeah. Is there anything wrong with that? LIBA, skin, says no, no, no, that's nice, but it demands an explanation. Harari says quote. I explained it to you. You're just not willing to accept my explanation. Leeza Skin says that's right Harari says we'll have a cup of coffee I'll explain leave says. Are you serious? Harari says yes, very serious. Liebskind says it's like we have January and February. And then we jumped April and say marches and good for US Harari Says No, it's like you call your girl Mikal. Mikal and your boy, Asaf, and then later you name your third kid. You're those are the names of my kids by the way what's wrong with that leaves could said that's not a good example. Why would you jump from eleven to sixteen? Harari said we found that. That's what fits our plans. And it goes on like that. Masses website says on the subject quote as Israel's not known to have attempted any satellite launches between the OPEC eleven and sixteen missions, it is not immediately clear whether twelve thirteen fourteen and fifteen designations have been skipped or apply to other spacecraft possibly satellites that have not yet been launched then quote. Quote the generally considered authoritative in such matters, defense update website noted dryly that the Israel Ministry of Defence Announcement did not explain the whereabouts of OPEC twelve through fifteen and quote, and I admit I cannot let this go. I tweeted at times of Israel Defense reported our gross who has one of the best sense of the absurd in journalism, also one of the sense of humor to see if he knew and he answered quote, so we asked about this and the press conference, and we didn't get actual answer what you don't like. The name was literally the response. The I official insinuated that twelve to fifteen blown up on. On launch we would have heard about it. However, it does remind me of an apocryphal practical joke. I heard of paint the numbers, one two and four on the back of three pigs, and let them loose in a school so that even after they're all caught, the administration continues to search for the missing number, three and quote to which someone named Ryan, replied in a tweet who gives Oh fach, which is fair enough, but I cannot let go if anyone out, there has seen OPEC, twelve or thirteen or fourteen or fifteen. Please let me know apparently I. Give fact

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"asaf again" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

Radio Free Flint

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"asaf again" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

"Okay. We're back in an order after the power. Outage there with the Internet stopping. Got Power becky around the phone. Paul I was in the middle of asking a question. which had to do with the fact that in some of these communities where there's? GERRYMANDERING even if there's not necessarily, but we're Democratic candidates around the nation. The last two cycles have started to do what they caught primary, which has been something only associated with Republican. Candidates and now we're seeing after the black lives matter movement that. People are starting to realize that they actually have political power. And so for example places like Philadelphia. And others. The candidate that has has run as unseeded law in in Saint Louis and other place where it happened unseeded long-term prosecutors sheriffs. Who who were perceived to be as too conservative, and not a not considered enough love the minority community progressive ideas. Right and that trend would seem to be. tailor-made for a place like Flint or Detroit? Or other places where you have a large minority populations in large numbers of liberal people. Relate to be caught progressives. A shirt and we have one of those racists shaping up here in Flint and I wondered I didn't WanNa. Talk about local politics particularly but that. That National Trend May Come to visit, so there could be some people surprised by it. I? Just wanted your thoughts on that. What I'm referring to. Is there is a black. Female who was a former prosecutor former city attorney. Whose signed up. I believe. She signed up or she's blind to be. For to run against prosecutor, Layton who's generally seen as more conservative. And not particularly have great affinity in the black community at the grassroots level indefinitely now liberal people because there's a lot of people that are. You, know looking at him as As a bastion of liberal progress. That's true. That's true. Yeah, and again the key thing there is as you say, the primary election small turn out. Let's say in some cases I think. What's actually hit here within the last year? Whereas turnout was about seven percents. and again there's some others were in similar ballpark over the last couple of years, so you get small election and you get a small mobilize population that you can see some real surprise there. And as I say, I beckon really have some impact because say the real election for nearly every office. Is here genesee. Kelly is the democratic private. You Win that you're pretty well. Reassure victory in November. So it does open the door to A. Kind of a leverage. Where even well established Come. Like career prosecutor could face a serious challenge. Nobody can be over. Kind, of thing you look back it at a mayor, neely Sheldon Neeley who add think thirty thousand dollars versus his opponent who had hundreds of thousands. Exactly and and he won which. I couldn't quite figure that out myself, but. I. Tell You my theory Anneli. That's interesting was very coltrane. He won but I. If I'm remembering correctly to it at five votes. Or Two hundred seven somewhere in that ballpark very narrow victory, and my theory is that that nailing wombat one in large part? Because of the same time there was a library village. On the ballots that turned out a number of folks. Probably were more inclined to vote for daily. Just enough to make a difference I mean. There's other factors going on as well when I was very surprised that he was dramatically outstrips. carrying weaver was bring me in all kind of well-known Babe, celebrities. All, that campaign was was quite a lot of success. But when push came, shove by a little over two hundred dollars. We, pull up like I said I think that Library Village Babe enough. To to make the difference. Yeah well. That's very interesting, so. Just to kind of wind up our conversation here Let's see Internet. DROPS ASAF again. Zoom. Zoom doesn't always keep you going I. have found that out of it. It has its own the I. I've learned that myself with my other things around here, too. It's true it's a little hot however. I wanted to ask you a couple of other questions number one writing out into the future a little bit using your crystal ball. Of Political Science, what what might we see in the future here two or three things to keep an eye out? in terms of maybe major changes in the region. let me see here or and maybe this hope I think I would. I would look for some attempt for consolidation of government. Going to be politically tough and they'd be hit has to come from the top..

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Breaking Through Emotional Barriers with Dr. Carolyn Mein

The Essential Oil Revolution

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Breaking Through Emotional Barriers with Dr. Carolyn Mein

"All right here. We go revolutionaries. I'm here with Dr Caroline Mine and we are talking about her book releasing emotional patterns with essential oils, which I'm sure. Quite a few of you are already familiar with and I'm very excited to get to talk to her more in depth about it, so Dr Mine Welcome to the show and thank you so much for being here. We're so glad that you're here with us. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here and I really commend you on what you're. You're doing with this show. Thank you. That's very sweet so nice to get information out in a way that people are able to access and to be able to refer back to yeah absolutely. I think I. Mean me personally. I I'm a little obsessed with audio. I just love learning through audio and I definitely saw that there is a whole there in the audio world as far as the essential oil world went and I thought you know what why not make aromatherapy for your, let's do it. That's perfect, and that's actually why. I ended up writing the book on releasing the emotional patterns with the essential oils, because there is so much information about the medicinal uses, but there really wasn't anything from the emotional side, and that was a big hole, so that was really the origin of releasing emotional patterns with essential oils. Now that's fascinating. What Year did you write the book in Ninety Eight and ninety eight, so you were really quite a pioneer in that because I feel like now. We see a lot of that talk in that referring to the. The emotional power of the essential oil, so you really were quite the pioneer in in the late nineties with that Gal that was also an area where because I met Dr Young, when he had his clinic in Mexico so that was even prior to forming the young living essential oils that was when he was first getting involved in using essential oils now. Is that how you? You got involved with the essential oils? Yourself was through your meeting of Dr Yang, or can you tell us the story of how you got involved with what you do, yeah. Yeah I admit Dr Young when he had his clinic in Mexico, and so then sometime between that then I had a patient who had told me about one of Dr Young's trips than he had gone to Egypt and was going through the various different temples along the Nile and there's one of the temples that was used for emotional clearing and so Dr. Young was able to go into that temple and was taken into a room. That's not part of normal tour and in that room. There was a table in the center of the room and there. There were hieroglyphics on the wall, and the higher lifts were the emotions, and what oil was used to clear the emotions. The procedure was that a person would come in. They'd lie on the table, and then they would have a practitioner at the head and the practitioner at the foot, and as the person was experiencing various different emotions, then they would use various oils to release those emotional patterns, and so when I heard that I was looking at. How do I get a copy of the graph? Because Dr Young was able to photograph the walls. And not only get a copy of the photograph, but also get it translated. And when I asked that question I heard a little voice inside my head. That said the same way you get the rest of your information, and what that meant to me was go to the body. And so from there I was looking at the different emotions that we know from traditional acupuncture like anger is stored in the liver. Kidneys store, fear and worry is more in the stomach is actually the ASAF ICUS and because of the emotions that had been around for so long then time has really proven the validity of the emotion, and how it affects the body. That's so fascinating. It's interesting is something we talk a lot about on this show. Is it or the purpose really behind the show is trying to get people to really take charge of their own health, and to start to trust their inner wisdom, a little bit more, and that sort sorta what I'm hearing is how you sort of started out, and said we'll my answers lie within my body, and I learned to to really listen to tune in to trust what I'm feeling in what I'm learning in, you can start to tap into that inner wisdom a little bit exactly because that's where all the information is. And so from there I was looking at. What's the emotion? Where is it stored in the body? And how do we access because what I was finding with? A lot of other emotional work is I could express emotion, but it didn't go far enough, and you could keep expressing that negative side, and then all you end up. Doing is creating more than negative emotion. So the next thing that I was looking at is what's the positive side? Because according to Einstein's theory of relativity on this planet, everything has its opposite and equal reaction. So when it comes to emotions, we know what happens when we express our emotions, and we know what happens when someone else expresses their negative emotions towards us, so we learned early on that expressing our motions doesn't work very well. And then when it comes to internalizing our motions, a lot of the research, according to what was done with some of the cancer, research and Norman cousins was able to cure himself of cancer by watching

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Build the Gut of a Hero

Plant Strong

10:06 min | 1 year ago

Build the Gut of a Hero

"Season. Two of the plant. Strong podcast has focused on those individuals. Who have the heart of a hero? The way we're going to talk about the guy who has the gut of a hero doctor will ball shirts. Or as he is affectionately known doctor be the author of the forthcoming book fiber fueled. This is quite simply the playbook to optimize and restore your gut health. We take a deep dive on. What can be a very complex subject but in fun and lighthearted way leaving you with actionable insights tips and best foods optimize your gut health. A little side note. You can't have a conversation about fiber without discussing poop and as a gastroenterologist Dr B. is more than comfortable with the subject so yep we talked a little about poop because guess what we all do it so grab a big bowl leafy green. Sit Back and prepare to get turned on to fiber with Dr be will show wits the gut health doctor. Today's episode of the plant strong podcast. We have Dr will be Dr be will boss Bozo. It's also which wits got. I did first of all you nailed it on. The first try emailed it on the first try many second. Guess yourself a little bit those who it's also there you go and it's just confidence. My friend is just common. You just gotTa say it with confidence. That's well what. What is that Polish? What is that? It's polishing is a fully Polish name. And you know in the in the hard thing is like we say it now is in American word. Polish names are not meant to be said as American work. It's just so let me let me hear you stay it. Will I say the same way that you said? At the first time I said Bolsa wits I say both Switz- but if you were to go to Poland's they would stable Schevitz and actually think Bolsheviks just roll off the tongue. You know what it does bull shit like that Wife is Polish her her last name. Coalition ski so I think she's my cousin. Actually yeah I see a resemblance So we got a lot of exciting things to talk about here today. You know I think for starters what I'd like to ask you is so you are a gastroenterologist and I think I pronounced that correct. You did a gastroenterologist and so what exactly is a gastroenterologist we are the we are the experts on all organs of digestive function so one of the things that people kind of look at me including my mother-in-law the first time I met her like why did you decide to become a doctor so and so let me. Just say the the reason that I love what I do are the reason I love what I do is that if I were cardiologists I would just be a heart guy all day long art all the time whereas for me I get. I get to have diversity as we're GonNa hold earned during this podcast. Diversity is a good word I love it And so I. I'm the I'm considered the expert on the Asaf. Igus stomach. Small Intestine. The colon the pancreas the liver even the hemorrhoids. I'm expert. That's a good thing to be expert and I bet you I bet you that the line out your door is never ending. Probably can circumstances. There is a line out the door. There is no lack of business. I'm not worried that no matter what I put into the world's that I truly believe a person like my book every person in the entire world could read my book but unless they all actually do. What's in the book? I don't I'm not GONNA be putting myself out of business anytime soon. That's for sure. Yep You're talking about the book and we're GonNa get to the book which is Super Exciting. It's your first book right for smoke. First Book Fiber fueled what? I'm going to save that for a little bit later. So gastroenterologist and how long have you been practicing finish my training in two thousand fourteen so basically six years? Now I've been in practice. But you know if you if you look at just sort of Long drawn-out path and I know that you're familiar with the way this works. Yeah I started college back in ninety eight and I went and I did for years of college. Four YEARS OF MED school. I did four years of internal medicine residency including I was achieved president northwestern and four years of GI training to become a specialist in part of the reason why did four years is actually didn't Epidemiology Fellowship University of North Carolina. So that's sixteen years at Sixteen Years. From Ninety eight until twenty fourteen finally wrapped up. You know it's Kinda funny. I thought about this too by the way sixteen years of training but like working eighty to a hundred dollars a week which means that just my training alone is essentially the equivalent of what most people do for the entirety of their labor campaign. Before they retire. To- totally sixteen years of training right before you went into practice before I enter crackers before you enter practice and in that sixteen years of training. How much information that you have been your new book fiber fueled. Did you learn in that traditional setting and when and when did your education really begin? The education never stops never stops. And that's that's true. I think for all of us but I think that's particularly true in medicine if you're if you're not constantly updating your knowledge base in medicine than your rapidly going to become a dinosaur and but with regard to your question rib and this is a completely valid question and it's one of the weak points to me of traditional Western medicine. I will openly acknowledges very little very little training on Diet. Nutrition lifestyle in honestly. What kind of one of the big things that I did along the way to try to update that nutritional training was actually did the e cornell. Course yeah so. That's that's just one of the things that I did but it's it's actually quite shocking that I do sixteen years of training and have almost no conversations about. How do we fix a person's diet to address the root of the problem well and I would imagine that and correct me if I'm wrong here but I would imagine that those line the lines of people that are out your door that are seeing you because they have some sort of a GI issue distress That ninety percent of those could be resolved by filing what we're GonNa talk about today which is really a a whole food plant based Diet. That has a huge diversity of fiber. That that too simplified. I don't not only do. I not think I think that is spot on number one and number two might here ninety percent and think that you're overreaching and you're being hyperbolic and actually think it might be more than that right. I mean I have not exaggerating. I literally I literally bleed and I'm not saying that that ripped that we would live in this Utopian world where we all live to be two hundred years old literally no disease at all. I'm not saying that what I am saying is that if the root of the problem starts with our microbiome which in my specialty that is where the root of the problem starts if the root of the problem is the microbiome and number one way that you can change. Your microbiome is with the food that you eat then. We need to be doing that when we take care of these patients. Otherwise we're knowing the root of the problem we're putting a patch over it with the pill but so you say the term microbial but in your sixteen years of training was that was that discussed or is that kind of like for example. I feel am. I'm embarrassed to say that you know this is kind of you know wh my huge passion right and I didn't know about the microbiome and how it's considered kind of like the second brain in the lost Oregon until like three and a half four years ago. I mean to the conversation. Just start recently about this or you know others these studies. There's these studies where they say. Okay how long does it take from the day of publication for it to actually get into common knowledge among medical doctors when they look at that? But they come up with seventeen years. It's at seventeen years from the day of papers published and I just think we don't need to be practicing medicine with the research studies that came out in two thousand and three right now. I think we need to be practicing medicine with the Research Studies. That came out last week or or this week right. It's time for us to update and that's the beautiful thing. Is that everything? Every single thing in my book is sourced. It's all source. There are six hundred references. And I'll be honest. I challenge doctors. I challenge the doctors who are listening to this show. Want you to read my book and I want you to check my sources. Because they're there and I think when you do you're GONNA learn you're going to learn that this is the path

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Two Cents From A Grocery Store Associate, Social Distancing For Parents Of Kids With Autism And 7 Pieces Of Advice Everyone Can Use Right Now

Take it or Leave it

06:58 min | 1 year ago

Two Cents From A Grocery Store Associate, Social Distancing For Parents Of Kids With Autism And 7 Pieces Of Advice Everyone Can Use Right Now

"Your host Meredith Mason. And I'm tiffany Jenkins. This podcast will discuss all things marriage motherhood and everything in between please remember. We're not professionals at anything. He may actually need so any advice. We give you. You can take or leave because it might be crap on today's episode of take it or leave it. We're going to talk about grocery store etiquette during pandemic We're going to give you an update on Carol Baskin. And and her dead husband We're GonNa talk about what social distancing is like for parents of kids with autism and seven pieces of parenting advice that everybody could use right now. Okay today we have Jamie from California opening things up for US. Be Sure to call us. Hi I'm California and had one gun. Let's go from this show with the mom moment all here because we've also got carrots and anyone who says they haven't is obviously alive. Atr. So where can they call us? Tiffany if they want to open up this show they can call us at three one. Five eight three four two six nine six to get a chance to open things up for us. I Apologize Everyone. I went to bed really early last night to try to get back at my sleep schedule back on track and I woke up super early today at six o'clock and I felt fine until about an hour after I was weak and then I was ready to go back to bed again. Oh did you know okay but I just? I feel like I looks. Don't know you look. You actually look refreshed. Your hair looks great you It's a nice shirt you have on. Pigs slept in it. Okay well it. Were you know that that looks good on you so I agree? I think you look fantastic so I wouldn't worry about that at all But if feel like it's your turn probably for mom fill moment Okay thank you Jamie by the way from California. I would say that a mom feel moment was probably last night when I thought it would be good fun. Time to die. Clothes hair with crystal light How I was thinking of you. 'cause remember you did it to Sophie. I did an I didn't know what I was doing. So I just F- I dunked her hair into a glass of crystal light sat there for a while. And then that's not what you're supposed to do and so. I then just got dry crystal light and rubbed it on her hair and that is not what you're supposed to do either because it came out rough. I had to wash her hair. Four-time right yeah you're supposed to boil water and then put the put the cool later the crystal light in it and then you sit there hair in that hot boiling Crystal Light Water for fifteen twenty minutes then you rinse it and that will dye their hair It has to be hot. Yeah and who can get a four year old to sit in hot boiling water? You'RE NOT GONNA put the hot boiling water on the child as much as just have like a ponytail of their hair. And just sit them. Tell them to sit still at while you hold the ponytail into the cup because it's not their whole head it's just GonNa be like the ends or the what about right like we did Sophie as ends. But I'm telling you like we had to go and cut it out because it never. It never faded but it never washed out of that too and I still decided to do it right. Except you just rub your kid with crystal light powder so. I was like look. I don't know if you can tell but my hands are still like. I watched them so many times. But I was like this is going to stay for long time. Even look so good girl and then. I realized that I messed up. Yeah well you could try it again. It just has to be you know you have to be it has to be Piping Hot. I will never try to get my house. Looks like a crime scene. Well I you know I mean that's okay. It's you try to do something really fun. Yeah so yeah okay. Well thank you so much for sharing I just. I wish I had a video of watching you. Just Rub your daughter download. Chris Delight Super Interesting Weird but all right. Well let's get going today okay. Yes let's get going today. Stranding PARENTING TODAY. Stranding parenting news is brought to you by Juggling Jenkins. What type of birds should you never take to a robin now? That's I thought that was good. These are so bad. I thought that was cute though. Take a Robin. Yeah Again Arabia. What's so funny Dave? So tiffany's bonfire store will be hot fresh and ready coming up soon so you guys just hang tight. Because she's going to be selling. It will be timed episode comes out. It will be by the time episodes out so there you go. So you'RE GONNA WANNA pay tree in Asia Tiffany thank you so much guys. I really appreciate it. So it's bonfire dot com forward slash store forward slash juggling the Jenkins except like hyphen. Yep Juggling Hyphen the Hyphen Jenkins and we'll also put that on the transcript of it on the website. It's so sweet that you guys just like took it upon yourselves to find that. Put that in here. I love that. You're a good friend. Thank you thank you all right. So in trending news as a retail grocery ASAF associate. We never dreamt we'd be essential personnel so the truth bomb mom which is another facebook page. You can follow And her name is hold on. Was that Christina Kuzmich. Wasn't she called that for a little while? I don't this is a field. The Olga Osceola E. T. H. E. L. D. A. I've had email exchange going on with her. But if you look at its Chris Christina who that a little while ago truth bomb is one word this is. This is truthful space bomb space. Mom and I looked at. I looked her up on facebook. I'm now following her. She's got a a great facebook page with all sorts of different information on there like Crafting stuff and recipe stuff and kids and dealing with teenagers and just all sorts of stuff. So she's a grocery store associate and is now. An ascent is now essential personnel. And so she wanted to give us some do's and don'ts for when you do have to venture out to the grocery store

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Loving Your Gut

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

05:50 min | 1 year ago

Loving Your Gut

"Pepper. Thank you so much for coming in sitting down with us today. Yeah no problem. Glad to be here so what I want to talk to you about is a really big topic right now. And that's gut health. So could you tell us a little bit about why? It's such a big topic. Why is it so important yet? Gut Health is a new topic. Lots of new studies going on with gut health. A lot of people think well got health is digestive health. But it's so much more than that got. Health can also affect your immunity. It can affect heart health. It can affect brain health. You can affect weight management. There's so many things that it touches that it's very important for us and that's crazy that just this one little piece of our body and a piece of our digestive system can affect so many different things and caused us a lot of unhappiness. If we don't take care of it absolutely absolutely. Yeah I mean we we wanna take our digestive cells. We WanNa make sure that everything's moving in the right direction but then like you said it affects so many other things and we can get into that a little bit more but it it affects our brain so much and in effects are hard and affects so many things that function within our other systems. That it's very important So can you tell us a few signs what we can look forward to? Tel Afar is unhappy. Yeah I I'll first off. I want to just say if we feel like something's not right. You should go talk to a doctor that there's so many things that could be wrong. And so many things. That might not be wrong that I hate for people to self diagnose and then find out that they did it wrong so if you if you feel like something's off please go see a doctor but there's a lot of different things I mean. Obviously you can feel gas and you can feel bloating and you can feel abdominal pains but but there are other things like If you feel like they're pains that aren't going away or if their symptoms that aren't going away definitely go see a doctor absolutely and I think that's great advice so in the everyday support of our gut. You know when things may be aren't wrong. We're just trying to give it extra support to make sure that things continue to go along normally. What are some products? That Tara has that we can utilize. Those here has a lot of digestive health products in and they've been proven over the years for a lot of different people for a lot of different reasons and so first off. We have our digests in blend which is a blend of a lot of different essential oils all of which have benefits ended of themselves for digestive health. And so that's a great one to start with and we've also put that in a soft Gel for convenience sake so obviously if you if you feel like something's off in your stomach or you feel like hey I'm going over to at Matty's for for her and it's GonNa be a huge dinner. Hey let's take some digestion along with us just in case and so you have your soft gels For Convenience Sake as well we also have terrorism which is a digestive enzyme. Our stomach has to break down food and our intestines have to break down food. And there's all different kinds of foods. Most of US HAVE ENOUGH DIGEST. Sign digestive enzymes to be able to help us with this but some of US need a little extra help sometimes and so there are enzymes to break down proteins and breakdown fats. Enzymes to break down carbohydrates. And so you need all of those to help with an digestive insights has all those all in one package. So it's great if you again if you're planning on a heavy meal or a heavy protein meal or something like that it's nice to hasn't digestive enzymes with you. Which is our terrorism. We also have the digest tab which has the digestive Or the digestion. Blend in calcium carbonate tablet. Just very handy as well. Because the calcium carbonate tablet in and of itself has very powerful anti and acid properties and then with the digestion. In with it you got double the double the power so it's a great product. It's one of my favorites. We also have ginger tab or ginger drop that we just launched earlier this year. Everybody knows that ginger is great for to help with an upset stomach or or sour stomach. And so these tastes really great for those of you who love Ginger. And it's in a really tasty drop and so they're really handy as well but we launched something new last year which is a Heiferman Soft Gel. And there's a lot of studies on peppermint and how it can help with lower intestinal issues and so it's great to have this an enteric coated soft Gel. Because you need it to survive the stomach it needs. It needs to get through the stomach and get into the intestines where it can do. Its its job. And so that's why it's enteric coated. And here's what peppermint soft. Gel does the peppermint oil helps to relax the smooth muscles in in the lining of the intestines in the stomach. But you don't want that to happen to up to high because if it happens in your asaf against or in your in your throat then gas gets too high. And that's where you get heartburn and so when its enteric coated those gases are released and so it keeps them down lowered. They can't do any damage. Oh that's why enteric coated is so important for peppermint Parent Soft Gel. And that's and that's why that's such a great product. I want more people to know about that because it's a great product with a lot of science behind it. There's so many different studies. There's even some that have been done on children by what I want people to be careful when they give it to their children but there are some studies that show that peppermint oil can help with children and lower intestinal issues. So if you haven't checked that out check off Joe hipp it's online. It's for everyone to download and take a look at but all the cities that's great and so people can go online. They can look at these studies for themselves and dig into the research behind that if that's something they're interested in absolutely that's so great pepper. Thank you so much for explaining to us a little bit more about how the gut works. Why it's important and these incredible products that don't tear has available for people to help support their gut. You're welcome.

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Why Lancaster, PA became the refugee capital of America

Planet Money

07:04 min | 1 year ago

Why Lancaster, PA became the refugee capital of America

"About two years into their. Stay at a Kenyan refugee camp after fleeing Somalia Mustafa Nor and his family found that they had been selected to be resettled in the US and initially. They had mixed feelings so when the country selects you. You're notified two years in that. Hey you know. United States House elected you on. Dad has in the refugee camp. That always comes as a great news or bad news because because the United States takes the longest to process anybody to have a harder process. They have hottest glued to need how to bug run checks and he's right the vetting process for refugees coming to the US intense. There's multiple interviews and background checks and security checks by different branches of the US government fingerprints tests for contagious diseases. It can take years from. His family took a decade but eventually as with other refugees who make it through the whole process. The family was paired with a resettlement agency. Mustafa and his family were paired with Church World Service. Which has a branch in Lancaster? It's nonprofit that received funding from the federal government and from private donors and it sets up refugee families with a few months of housing some counseling services food and clothing and then they tried to Find your job right away because once you around here you have to start a pain. Bake your bill for the government for bringing you a lot of people don't know this but yes refugees payback the US government for the cost of flying here from Asaf big family. Those were not cheap. Flights is around eleven to twelve hundred per person so family of ten ten people. You get a bill of almost ten thousand bedrooms. He stuff says he found Lancaster City and Lancaster County unexpectedly welcoming to his refugee family and to other refugee families and that in fact is the city's reputation in two thousand sixteen before the trump administration started limiting how many refugees could come to the US. The number of refugees were resettled in Lancaster. City hit a peak of four hundred and seven as a share of the city's population. That's almost twenty three times more refugees resettled than in the US as a whole which is why. The city was labeled the refugee capital of America by the BBC. So why is Lancaster able to resettle so many refugees? One reason is resources. For example Church World Service. The Resettlement Agency is able to partner with local organizations to provide services beyond just the basics beyond the initial housing and food and clothes for example. There's a nonprofit that provides healthcare to refugees English language tutors to school district and universities to help with education employment programs and companies that will actively try to hire refugees and train them. Sheila Masto Prieto runs the Lancaster Office. Church World Service and she says that all these resources make it possible for Lancaster to accept even the hardest cases. Like when there's a huge refugee family of ten or fifteen people or when a refugee has a medical issue and can't work or if a refugee only speaks a relief obscure foreign language. There are no cases in this area that we that we would refuse so we do have the option when a cases sent us by our national office to say they basically they're saying will you accept this case so we always do and it's not just tangible resources. There's something else that has given Lancaster the ability to absorb refugees. Its history starting in the early eighteenth century members of the Mennonite and Amish churches were fleeing persecution in Europe and started moving to Lancaster. The county still has a huge amish and mennonite population and the value of welcoming people in need of a new home has remained. Steve Note a professor at Elizabethtown College spoke with us at the Mennonite historical society which features exhibits about the Amish Mennonite history of Lancaster. Well in the in the late nineteen seventies and early nineteen eighties for example Mennonites in this area were Were deeply involved in resettlement of refugees from Southeast Asia from from Vietnam Cambodia Laos And that's that was motivated both by No Christian humanitarian concerns and also concerns that As mennonites as conscientious objectors pacifists and in fact Mustafa's own experience right after arriving. Lancaster reflects this. My first job was I worked with the Amish. I used to work for a convenient. That build garages and sheds so used to install windows. He did well enough at this job installing windows for these sheds that was hired by a company called E. Impact Marketing which provides marketing for amish companies in the area in which train Mustafa in web design. Mustafa would end up becoming their head web developer. And then he started thinking more broadly he started a company called bridge which is a website where people can sign up to have dinner in the home of a refugee family in the area. The refugee family will cook the meal and share their story and the family will also said a fever. The dinner which it gets to keep bridge charges a service fee which is how it makes money. Mustafa original pitch for bridge one. A business plan competition which provided the funding to get. It started. My vigil is our GONNA instead of instead of free training or given a new skill. Why not give them a platform where they can on an income with what they already know would not have which is their culture under food. Adamos AMAC is Lancaster based economist. And he says it. Refugees and immigrants contribute to a local economy by helping its population grow and thereby giving new businesses more people to sell to customers and also people hire employees. Adam says it will stop the story also demonstrates some more subtle ways that immigrants and refugees contribute a moving to neighborhoods it. Others might find less desirable and they start interesting businesses and they really contribute to the diversity of consumer experiences downtown in downtown Lancaster. You can eat at Vietnamese place. You can be at a Nepalese place. There's just a huge amount of variety missed offices. His company is making money and he even has plans to expand into neighboring your county and the ads. That historian shows the symbiotic relationship between the Lancaster economy. And it's refugees and it goes something like this. The success of the economy makes it possible for the city to offer resources to these refugees. So that they can prosper and they're prospering feeds right back into the success of the Lancaster economy. So what happens? One hundred fifty person comes here to community. This community has done a very good job of harnessing that refugee person as a whole from employment to training to job opportunities to enterpreneurship training. So I I. I went through those different of coming here. Receiving welcome Ho Ho finding a stable job and then developing a skill which is the development Web Development. Are they using that skill to create a company? Now so it's a great circle on its own. It's something which is very. I don't WanNa say unique. What's special about Lancaster?

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"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week

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04:24 min | 1 year ago

"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week

"This week's theme is dinner conversations with Comedians. The curator's are Andrew Steven and Dan odd hoot. What a hoot. Here's why Andrew and Dan chose this theme. What does the food you eat? Say about you. Have you ever been surprised about something you found in your friends? Fridge does the ratio of takeout containers to homemade meals. Say something about who you are. There might be more truth to the saying. You are what you eat than we ever thought before. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Dan. Andrew. Monday's episode comes to us from green eggs and Dan and is called Ego Modine. It's sixty five minutes long in this episode ego. No deem from Saturday night live and Dan discussed the food habits of a certain late night. Tv show who has the best Jolliffe Rice gones are Nigerians and also what the Hell is? Joel Rice Tuesday's episode comes from dining with D. N. K. and is called Pete Holmes and Becky. Rims it's ninety seven minutes long in this episode Pete. Holmes comes on the show to talk over. Everyone and becky reams comes to the rescue to cook more food. Wednesday's episode comes from the sport full and is called Asaf Man. V is a human tour. Ducan it's twenty one minutes long. The former daily show correspondent talks food and his trip identity Indian British American. Us off man. V is not a fan of American food excess except when it provides the perfect metaphor for his own try cultural upbringing. He talks about making sense of his dueling identities his love of peanut butter and the fight he had with his father over a big gulp catch his new podcast loss at the Smithsonian from stitcher Thursday's episode comes from Doboy and is called. Pf changs to with Kula villa sack. It's one hundred sixteen minutes long in this episode. The incredible cool APP returns to the show to discuss her history with. Pf changs an American Chinese theme chain restaurants. Plus a gooey edition of snack or wack. Friday's episode comes to us from high and mighty and is called the fifth annual Thanksgiving Eve Power Hour with Nick Wider Nicole buyer and Betsy storrow. It's eighty four minutes long as you listen to this episode John Gabbert and his guests. Nick Betsy Nicole are still sleeping off their hangovers. So crack open a beer. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Dan. Andrew for this week's theme dinner conversations with Comedians. Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just Jason Dot Com and type in conversations with comedians into the search bar. And the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag comedy. Dinner is usually the section of the podcast where we share. Podcasts NEWS. From the inside podcasting newsletter. This week we're going to direct you to go to inside dot com slash podcasting to read sky. Pillsbury's right up of last Friday's PODCAST UPFRONT PRESENTATION. Which took place in La? I was there and I sent. My hot takes as well as my lukewarm takes to sky. She then wrote about them and now here. I am telling you to go read them. I was also at podcasts movement. Evolutions this past week in Los Angeles and it was a great time. There were tons of informative sessions. Fun giveaways an amazing networking opportunities. Look forward to some write ups this coming week and I'll definitely recap them in the podcast next episode and I solely pillow. Don't tell Danner jared the founders podcast movement. Were you at podcast movement. Are you listening to this? Podcast for the first time since you saw me onstage. Welcome to the Party. Now onto our sponsors. Thank you to Cyrus Media and a cast for sponsoring this week's show from Siris. You know that music isn't just background noise. It shapes your world and your life Cyrus media a network run by music fans for music fans gets this to o Cyrus creates podcasts and experiences that connect you deeply to the music that you love for shows hosted by your favorite artists to inside stories behind festivals historic concerts and the companies and communities that bring music to life visit. Oh Cyrus pod DOT COM to tune in and share the group. That's Oh S. I. R. I S. pod Dot Com and from the score. Bank robber. Diaries tells the tale of notorious criminal. Joe Loya Follow. His story from abused child to King of the heist with producer. Ben Adere in the first show from studios a original content arm and western sound. Listen wherever you got your

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What Are the Health Benefits of Yerba Mate?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

03:07 min | 1 year ago

What Are the Health Benefits of Yerba Mate?

"Monty leaves are traditionally cured over woodfire and that gives it a slightly smoky flavor. This is similar to the process. used to create Lobsang Suzanne t now unfortunately the smoke also imparts polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. You'll sometimes see those abbreviated as P.. A. H. is and these are carcinogenic. Compounds that are also present in other smoked foods and grilled meats very high consumption of Matei Taytay or for that matter high consumption of any smoked food or grilled meats might increase the risk of cancer due to increased exposure to these P.. AH's some studies have linked high consumption of Matei or not with increased rates of oral and ASAF GIO cancers. But this this may have more to do with the temperature of the beverages than with Ph exposure drinking very hot liquids of any kind appears to increase the risk of oral in gastric cancers answers. So if you're one of those people who like your coffee tea or Mateo scalding hot you might WANNA start letting them cool off just a bit before for drinking them. Excessive Caffeine consumption whether from Mateo or any other source can lead to some unpleasant symptoms like irritability sleeplessness listening or physical jitters and people's tolerance for caffeine varies greatly for some even a small amount of caffeine creates unpleasant side effects. Others can consume quite a bit of caffeine without any problem. The caffeine content of Matei is roughly midway between black tea and coffee with coffee on the high the end. If you're new to Matei or any caffeinated beverages start with a small mountain. See how it affects you and increase gradually. So how do you make this stuff. Well you can buy Monte premade look near the canned iced teas or you can brew your own now. The traditional method is to pour near. You're boiling water over the leaves and steep for several minutes and the tea is then strained and served either hot or cold and with or without the addition of sweetener. If you want to get really traditional you WanNa brew your Matei in Gourd and sip it through a special medal straw with a filter at one end to keep all the little bits. It's from getting into your mouth. Matei can also be shared as a ritual of friendship or hospitality. And of course there's a whole set of rules and manners that go along along with that and finally what is Monte tastes like. Well like most caffeinated beverages Matei is an acquired taste sugar or honey can be added to make it more palatable although that also offsets the healthfulness somewhat but I bet you can love your first sip of coffee either especially only if you try to black. In truth most traditional stimulant drinks are somewhat bidder due to the various plant alkaloids that give them their special properties but given their enduring popularity. I would say that the pleasant or useful effects of the caffeine must more than compensate for any initial aversion.

Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

BTV Simulcast

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

"Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz has named his third new foreign minister in four years prince Faisal bin fine al sold will take on the post after previously serving as the kingdom's ambassador to Germany the king also pointed sell Jessa as transportation minister former foreign minister Abraham al Asaf was appointed as a state minister and a member in the Saudi cavernous

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Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

BTV Simulcast

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

"Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz has named his third new foreign minister in four years prince Faisal bin fine al sold will take on the post after previously serving as the kingdom's ambassador to Germany the king also pointed sell Jessa as transportation minister former foreign minister Abraham al Asaf was appointed as a state minister and a member in the Saudi

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"asaf again" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Welcome back everybody. Hank book, totals sair, you'd have one except that your thing happened and everybody else's tied with one. My foot sing half. Actually. We're headed into your chance to redeem yourself at the factor, where to panelists brought science facts presented the other is an attempt to blow their minds. They each have Hank book to a word of the fact that they like the most, it's going to be me verse Seri who's gonna go. I ran into it by who has the most teeth. Twenty eight twenty. Yeah. I have get this twenty nine they left one in. We'll have they forgot about it. Well, they wanted to get it. And they're all was too hard. And then yet they gave up and left one of my wisdom teeth, then it has never given in trouble. It knows if it gives you trouble. Yeah. Got lesson. Yeah. His three brothers crack yanked. So I guess I go I because I have Twenty-nine teeth my fact off contains some gruesome injury and suicide, the skip forward. If you don't wanna hear about those things, Sam, tell them what time code to skip two. He should skip to about twenty fifty you guys. Tell me all the organs of the digestive system. He. Off-again office. An organ, okay. Yes, the stomach contents Dustin. But, but. But not least. But so what of those things can you not live without small intestine? That is correct. You only need the small. And in fact, there are people who live regularly without their large intestine. That happens all the time, it's probably the most common rain digestive organ to be removed except for like the spleen maybe you can live without a stomach. And in fact, gastric bypass kind of like living without a stomach, but also there is a gene, that is so likely to give you stomach cancer, which is an extremely dangerous cancer that some people who have that gene elect to have their stomach removed. So they're people who have elective stomach removals. There's also people who their stomachs or a sophists to cancer. You cannot live without a small intestine. My fact that nineteen eighty nine a man wanted to kill himself and he drank oven cleaner, and he destroyed his stomach and Asaf again. And the doctors saved his life and allowed him to continue eating like you didn't have to like be on life, support all the time by connecting his small intestine directly to his throat and because of this was not able to swallow anymore, but he could place food into the small intestine through his mouth, and then it would take over from there. He was still like fairly disabled like he's not an easy lifestyle like you can keep someone alive if they don't have a small intestine, but you have to constantly be putting nutrients into their bloodstream, and it's sort of short term things, but you can indeed connect the small intestine to.

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"asaf again" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

14:21 min | 2 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

"Okay. So just to kind of continue to add a little bit of phone Dacian to the conversation, what have we learned since we've really put the room in the sequel under a microscope, again, no pun intended. But I guess I guess I keep I keep doing that. But what have we learned about them? How do they how do they infiltrate the quail? How do they harm the quail? How do they kill the quail? What kind of a threat is this wrong? Okay. So how trying to break it down as best as I can. So brief glimpse into the life cycle of these parasites will talk about the I arm start with the I worm can. It's a very credible specimen its life cycle. It can it can lay dormant throughout the winter and it's transmitted through intermediate hosts in the spring is string into the summer is win. The main spread of your hair CITIC infections occur. And the intermediate host would be anthropoids like crickets and grasshoppers. So the cricket would carry the larva, which the cricket would then be ingested by a wild quail, and that would immediately within half an hour that larva would be activated and it would begin to travel of the Asaf again, of, of the bird, it would travel through the Lacrima dove into the back the eye, and that I worm actually has a mouth on it and a last rating tip. So it essentially suctions onto the back of the eyeball and last rates feeds on blood. And then that worm becomes sexually mature view weeks. Zabel to lay eggs. Those are than patch through the digestive. Tracks into the fecal matter. And the cycle continues win the cricket or grasshopper each comes in contact with that. And with a coil being a very communal bird, these city infections can occur very rapidly. Very widespread through a certain zone. Right. That was actually something that I picked up on from the Bob, Lloyd film, the video, there's a, there's a, a part of it, where your dad, actually he's like exclaiming that he found a roosting Quayle, roosting site. But as big of big as a baseball caps what he said. And so that was a pretty good pretty good size Covey, right? That kind of gives you an idea of how these birds are obviously in close. Contact and a parasite like this could like you said rapidly expand and be detrimental. Yeah. Okay. So, so you explain to us how the eye worm takes hold in the Bob white quail. What is the end result will the eye worm? Eventually kill the coil basically work compiling factors here, when we're talking about parasitic infection infection, so the parasites alone. And I'll we'll talk about irons and Siegel arms. They could eventually deprive a wild bird of so much nutrients that it would eventually die, that, that has that has been proven that, that it can kill a quail. We I hypothesize in myself that, that probably doesn't occur very often the while because when we look at it, but wild bird wild quail, it's constantly avoiding predation. So when we think about a Quayle's day today, it's gotta be at the top of its game every second of the day to survive. So when we have an eye worm last rating into the back of the eye we've, we've seen up to a hundred over a hundred and one bird, while it's. Causing Dina swelling vision reduction almost blindness in some cases. It's sucking blood sucking nutrients, so the quail can't see. So we've, we've observed over the years more and more cases of Quayle flying into the broad side of a barn or flying in front of a vehicle flying into a fence. I've watched them fly straight into a tree in a quail doesn't Quayle doesn't do that, when it's healthy. It's a it's a pretty agile bird. So you take away is I you start taking away its energy. It's gonna have a lot more trouble surviving in the wild grant. I follow the Quayle is much more susceptible to predation because this parasite is affecting its ability, probably not will. But definitely it's ability to survive. Yes, yes. And with the sequel worm just a little bit about the sequel. Two different parasites here, real quick. The eye worm. They have actually sequenced the DNA of it. It's ninety nine percent related to the Loa Loa human eye worm on northern central Africa. And it's that, that I were actually they've studied it in a lab setting with a with humans that have contracted that parasite and it's caused near blindness on severe headaches and swelling in human and the island we're finding into Quayle is ninety nine percent related. So that's just that's something else to demonstrate how much you could impact the quills day to day life. And then the sequel worm is, I would compare it it's comparative to the roundworm and adult. So it's in the digestive tract. It's in the Seacombe, which is where the wail is processing the nutrients out of its diet, the, the while toxicology lab. Has found I think around thirteen hundred in one seek them. And you gotta think about how small coil is, it's downright thirteen hundred one seek on which is every single worm. There is sucking nutrients it's feeding, but it's also blocking passage. So it's very disrupted, we've seen birds in may. See eight it to the point where they can hardly walk, and you could pick them up by hand AMT wild bird. That's so run down that you can just go pick it up. So the sequel, the seek a worm would be would be sucking the nutrients in the eye worm is just is sucking nutrients, but it's just incredibly uncomfortable and reducing vision. So when you add this up, and then you add up increased predation whether we talk about a hawk rafters in the sky. We talk about Bob cats, things like that we start, adding all these factors up. We start adding up the habitat part of the equation. I you know there's a lot of. Things stacked against a wild quail when they're parasites right there on the bottom of the food chain, and they need every advantage, they can get so you start taking away some of their natural ability to survive. It's, it's easy to connect the dots and see where they're going to be in trouble. Ron dewey. No. Is there any mystery to the origin of these two parasites because where I'm going with this is oftentimes when we hear about sort of a new recent or modern threat to species a lot of times it's something like a an invasive species, something exotic something that hasn't always been there because I mean baba Quayle their native species. They've been here surviving for a long time. Is it something on the landscape are the conditions better now than they were for these parasites? We know that is there is there still a lot of mystery there. Yeah. Anything I could say about that would be it would be speculative. Okay. I in. Either there could be two ways to look at it either. We introduce that at some point, you know, with the globalization of, of the planet, and, you know, maybe we introduced that and it's slowly, but surely taking hold or conditions of changed, and it's more favorable for these parasites to become more specialized and more effective at what they're doing. And then spreading so anything. Like that would be speculative one day, I hope we could we could dig into that more. But for now, it's there's no talent. Okay, cool. Yeah. I was really curious about that. You know, really because we've got sort of this, you know, I won't even try to compare it. But, you know, interesting parallel in that there's a threat a known threat to rough girls right now being West Nile virus. And that is something where, you know, we know West Nile virus was not always here. It's it was introduced and now we're slowly. Surely learning about the effects, it has crossed different habitats, so interesting. But we can't say that same thing for, for these two parasites with Quayle, which is really neither here, nor there, because at the end of the day, what we care about is our the quail and clear. They're being affected by they don't really care where it came from. The. Though, they, they don't. So it's looking at, at the cyclical nature of, of quail quail populations in the rolling plains. It seems to be it's getting harsher and harsher where we have these dramatic dramatic dial offs. We can't speak where it came from but it's it's definitely plan its role right now. Can you attempt to put into perspective, the fluctuation of quail numbers from a hunting perspective? Meaning you know even if it's as simple as while. Yeah, my best year ever, we would go out and flush X amount of Covey's. And then in two thousand ten we flushed one or zero Covey's ebbing. Can you just kinda attempt to put that into perspective? Yeah. I mean, it's dramatic as man and twenty can, we were for assuring less than a handful of Covey's. Maybe if that, you know, you might have after bunny, no birds and the year before. For you know on a good year kinda right where we're at you could push off scene. Thirty five days, easy walk with, you know, fifteen fifteen burbs, Covey, very dramatic. Yes. Definitely so in that's, that's where I was going with just because the numbers are, you know, unfamiliar to me, I haven't hunted quail down there, and so I wouldn't really know but to hear those kind of numbers, I mean, definitely paints a dramatic fluctuation. That's a, that's all I was trying to square way. All right. Wildlife toxicology lab. Is that a thing prior to two thousand ten or does that come about after twenty ten much father was, I'm not sure the exact date, it was after twenty ten but he was already in the process of setting up that lab to start doing his his own research, again, he had been running he'd been operating institute of environmental and human health at Texas Tech for a long time he was director and wanted. Transition into doing more science again. And so it was kind of the perfect perfect storm for him in that transition. And then that occurred in twenty ten and people started talking saying, okay, we need to we need the we need to figure out when to look into all sorts of shoes, we need see, you know what happened here, and that's when organizations like park cities coil coalition is a foundation and Texas who has been a large donor to while toxicology lab. The rolling plains coil research foundation Texas. AM Agra, live, Texas, taking versity. It was a huge collaborative effort out with universities throughout the state to come together with knowledge and funding to say, let's look into all these issues, and I guess the smoking gun was the parasite problem, the parasite hypothesis and, and that. It was my father's a strong suit with his with his background. What is the landscape look like from the perspective of is there debate over the significance of these parasites, or is it, generally speaking, everybody is of the opinion that these are having the biggest impact. So we've I've been a big champion of the parasite have cysts and the parasites solution. Because I've, I've seen the results the unbelievable results that we've been able to achieve, but we have had from, from most of the community. You know, over the years, it's people started to change their mind. But it's still a lot of push back from the community to say the parasites have been here in the parasites don't affect quail. But when you really look at the science behind what's going on here, and then you look at bird numbers today and, and you actually see what's going on. I think it's going to be a process to convert people to say, you know, there's, there's another piece of the puzzle that we didn't understand before, but we're beginning to understand it now, this is only the tip of the iceberg is far as our understanding of what's going on, and how we're going to provide a solution and develop a model to fix this issue..

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"asaf again" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on WJR 760

"Cooper standard foundation community partners passion for people. Now. Here's mitch. Hey before we get into the news of this segment here. I just want to share with all of you a great moment today when about two thirty I was able to. Go down to children's hospital and pack up little Gilson Augustyn who has been in that hospital for thirty three days and here with us since December. I one of our kids from Haiti who was by doctors analysis two weeks from dead from the time that we were able to with the help of a lot of people and get him up here. From Haiti on a on a mercy mission little private plane and get a feeding to put into him. He had not has not eaten or drank in nearly six months because of holes in his Asaf again. And right lung that was eaten away by infection, and he was coughing and weasing and sick. And and Biafra thin when he got here and today at two thirty I had them dressed in his little Batman outfit. And my wife Connie has been taking care of them. He was he was marching around the room just chomping at the bit to go. And finally that gave him his walking papers, and we walked out no wheelchair. No anything. And the. More like ran out. Into the elevator impressed all the buttons. And he was so happy to go home and he could not stop smiling. And I wanna thank and he did to all the, nurses and doctors their children's hospital were just fantastic. Every one of them knew him. They were all kind of sad go he asked if you could take one of them back. Eighty. Wanted to go with him. He had it all set up where she was going to live and everything like that. But. It was just great to see. And he's back home with us. Now, I'll have to stay for a couple more months for monitoring. But he's got no tube sticking out him. They took out his chest tube. They took out all of his IV's and things like that. And to see this kid who was so wired up. And then he couldn't move was so attached to so many things and to see him run out and and run into our house and start playing with just a just a joyous. Joyous moment that we really want to share with all of you who kind of followed his story and thank all the doctors specially Dr Klein, and Dr leli who did the surgery several surgeries on him to give him his life back. So there are happy ending stories. Very heavily in studio with us tomorrow. It'll be co hosting the show as of tomorrow. Yes. Janine was vacuuming around the house, and he was so excited. He took he took the vacuum. He just wanted to push the back. Let's not take a picture of this. Okay. Good your recovery. A spot over there. I will really was very fun of the people in children's hospital, but I'll be happy that I don't have to go every single day every afternoon down there, and I was running out outta playroom things. And the we've seen every video that they had LegCo was going to miss. Yeah. Think it's tough go down there. Oh, yeah. See the smiles on the face of the. Yeah. No. You know, it was really you know, what I found to be very hard. A lot of the kids that he would go to the playroom with you know, they would meet and they have this little area. And they do they do a lot of games and playthings in artwork and things like that. And today he was dressed in his old jacket, and and we stopped by the playroom on our way out, and there were still some of the kids that he saw and they're still in there. And that's when it really hits you like he's leaving. And they're not and it was tough. It's a tough play heartbreaking place inspiring place to so okay. On the on the other side of that. I want to give you an example of something that I think is the flip side of that for sure. That is a California hospital that I was incredulous when I read this. They had a robot. I don't know if you've seen some of these things that they have these robots and they roll into the room, and they have a screen on and on the screen, a doctor talks to you. You know, kind of like FaceTime or Skype. And gives you an analysis and things like that. Now, these things can be used for the good, for example, if you're in a far rural hospital if you're in a. A lowly populated area where there aren't a lot of doctors. And you need some kind of specialty care. They can bring these role these things in doctor can take a look even in an operating an opera doctor can offer opinion about you know, I've seen that before. This is what it is. Or at the very least try to make some kind of diagnosis. However, common sense would teach you that you don't use this when you were coming in to deliver bad news, or in the case of a seventy eight year old man whose daughter was with him the worst news, which was there's nothing we can do for you. And you're not going to make it home. This is actually what happened in this California hospital a seventy eight year old patient. Whose daughter was with them in this machine rolls in in this doctor who they never saw before basically reads off an analysis and essentially says that. You're not gonna make it home. Do we have the sound of this year? Yeah. This is now imagine you're seventy eight years old from what I understand this. This man was. I don't know if he was fully aware of of of how serious this was. But he was basically getting this news himself from this moment. Factor..

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What if Apple ran Facebook?

Talking Tech

06:14 min | 2 years ago

What if Apple ran Facebook?

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Will the idea seems simple enough in apt to learn more about mobile users habits. What websites they visit what they shop for on Amazon in the like, well, accepted the way Facebook went about fishing for our data which blew up this week when it was revealed that the social network did an Enron around Apple's policies. It wasn't kosher apple kit. Facebook out it did the same thing with Google this week as well. But that's another story more on both in a minute Jefferson Graham here talking tech the weekend edition where we look at some of the big stories from the week. Now, remember that apple and Facebook have a totally different way of looking at our information Facebook appears to covet every morsel it can gather about us as a way of selling targeted advertising. Apple says, it doesn't want to know and makes a big deal of saying that it doesn't monitor your key strokes on the iphone series searches or mapping routes every apple product is designed from the ground up to protect. Mation? The company says Facebook, of course, sucks up our data every time we like a photo comment on a post share life event by an item through its marketplace reach out to friends far and wide on messenger. So I wondered what would have Facebook look like if it had here to the strict pro privacy policy of apple could there even be a social network at all. Yes. But it would be different argues Bennett ciphers. He's a staff technologist at the electron ick. Frontier foundation advocacy group, I spoke to him this week a few times, and he says the network would still be hungry for your data. But it would ask permission first and be less, greedy. Now, the two sides of the story one Tim cook, apple CEO. He says you are not our product you are customer. Okay. In the Wall Street Journal Facebook co founder, Mark Zuckerberg said that users want relevant ads in the make them. So we need to understand their. Interests. So based on what pages people like what they click on and other signals, we create categories and in charge advertisers to show adds to that category. He also said that users have control over what kind of information is being shown to us and that we can block any advertiser from reaching. You ha- did hear that who has blocked any advertisers? That is out there listening right now because I know that I've clicked every button on Facebook to stop advertisers from tracking me, and I've got a good news, bad news. Now, I did kill the relevant ads, but I still have non-relevant advertisers, who are all over me auto dealers from Wisconsin Arkansas and Colorado along with a chiropractor in corona which is about an hour from my home. I think everybody knows that I live in the south bay area near Los Angeles. I clicked the buttons in the security settings to keep out the snoopers most people, I believe don't and despite the headlines of the past year about hacks and other ill. Nls Facebook has more users and made more money than a year ago. It revealed this week in its earning report ciphers of the electronic frontier foundation insists that in a retooled less data thirsty. Facebook users could still go to their news feed see posted friends with ads based on their travels in interest. Facebook just doesn't have to keep tracking you when you leave the social network, the it was called the pixel code debts on over two million websites. It's through that pixel code that when you shop or something on Amazon without buying it while I you see an ad for it within minutes on Facebook or you stopped by a local where you stop by a local big box grocer by something and hand over your loyalty card, and then get pinged with an ad from the grocer when you turn on Facebook again, because even if you're not on Facebook, they still know what you're doing. So does Google every time you search for something Google notes, your interest demographic vocation when you sign into watch YouTube in auto play videos based on your viewing history. It only. Got that information because you gave it to Google did oh, of course, for using Google maps trips and other Google apps the track you so as apple really clean well GPS iphones will track. Our every move even if apple insists, it doesn't hold onto the information. This week apple had its own privacy flap when it was discovered that a bug in the FaceTime video calling system could listen in on the caller before the call was even accepted, apple apologize. Pull down the feature and says it will return Monday working like it's supposed to the Asaf wear update now beyond its short-term bands on internal apps. Apple could certainly go further and ban data collecting, apps like Facebook, Instagram and Google off the iphone altogether e could dump Google as the built in search engine for the safari browser on the iphone. Now. Wouldn't that make a statement? I'm Jefferson Graham Uber. Listen talking. What are your thoughts about all? This would love to hear from you on Twitter where an at Jefferson Graham, you can find talking tech ever you. Listen, the fine on my audio. Please. Subscribe, please like us on Stitcher, which helps more people planet show in his always. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. 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"asaf again" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Like. A couple of problems with with this particular arguments problem with this argument number one is obviously it is not your body that we were talking about women's say, why are you so concerned about what goes on in my body, my answers, I'm never concerned about what goes on in your Asaf again. I don't care about what goes on in your kidneys. I'm not interested in your circulatory system. I'm interested in protecting the living human being that is inside you right now that is the thing that I care about. Then there's the more complex argument that's made by sort of libertarian contingents of the pro-choice crowd, the bodily autonomy argument. So this is the argument that you've all heard the famous violinist in a coma argument. Right. This is the argument where they say you wake up in a room. And there is somebody who is hooked up to you via an Ivy. Right. Just a random person and the person is a famous violinist. And if you just connect that IV the person dies, do you have an obligation to keep that IV connected between you and the person who is in the coma. Well, this is not a good argument for abortion for a variety of reasons. Trim about to go into in a second. First of all if it turns out that the violinist in the coma, we know we'll come out of the coma within nine months and go back to being normal full-fledged human being. It's kinda dicey proposition to say that you should be able to just pull the plug on the guy. Right because you know, that the person's going to be a full-fledged human being when you're talking about an unborn human baby. I mean now maybe born in seven months is much more likely to live than to die. So what you're talking about is a time delay in terms of when this person is going to no longer be connected to you. So that is point number one point number two unless you were the victim of rape or incest, your complicit in the creation of a child. Right. The entire basis of the famous violinist example is that this person is unrelated to you. You had no choice about whether this person was hooked into your veins. Well, if you had consensual sex with someone and got pregnant, you are responsible for the acts that led to that person being inside you. Pregnancy is a pretty foreseeable risks of consensual sex and was for all of human history, regardless of whether you use birth control people who refuse to connect sex with the risk of pregnancy are either lying or they're stupid. You wouldn't have obligations to keep another human being tied into your body. If you're not doubt. But if you tied the person into your body yourself, you probably would right. If you if you hook the violinist into your veins and made them dependent on you. You probably know have an obligation not to remove the IV. And then there's another problem, and this applies even in the cases of rape and incest were where volunteerism is not really the issue where where it was forced upon you. Right. That you didn't consensus politics bodily connection. And that is that abortion is not just pulling the plug, and this is the part that nobody wants to talk about we speak about abortion in euphemisms, all the time abortion itself as a euphemism abortion is a word that people think is antiseptic. It doesn't do anything to the baby is the same thing as pulling the plug. It is not the same thing as pulling the plug. If I changed the violinist example. So the question is not. He's looked into you with a law, and you just have to pull line. But now you have an axe in the room and the only way of disconnecting this guy from you is chopped them in the face with the axe that changes the math a little bit abortion is a violent act. It is not merely the disconnection of you from the baby and then the baby dying on its own terms. That is not what we're talking about. Here. We are talking about the process of abortion involves the dismemberment of an incipient human life. That's what it is. Finally, your child, regardless of how it came into. You is your child the reason people like to use the famous violinist example is because the violinist is unrelated to you. They're a stranger even if God forbid something happened to you that resulted in pregnancy not of your choosing that is still your child. If I said to you that your child, we're forcibly hooked into you. And you didn't have anything to do with it. Right. If I said that if you're gonna trials you didn't know about and that child was forcibly hooked into you, wouldn't you have more of a moral obligation to that person than to a stranger. You probably wouldn't argument number seven that the pro choice movement uses is that it's all about safety for the mother that safety for the mother is the key thing. This of course, is utterly untrue. And there's no science to back this whatsoever. I they argue that abortion is safer from others, then pregnancy because the process of pregnancy is likely to lead to more complications and health problems than abortion would. But that's true of a lot of things in life. Right. It's safer for women never to have to leave their homes, but we don't grant women the right to engage in identity theft and orders, they can steal someone's credit cards. They never have to leave their home. Once we're in the biz. Of allowing some people's right to health to overcome other people's right to life. We're in seriously dangerous territory. It's always easy in life to say it would be easier. You know, they're dangerous neighborhoods in Washington DC. Maybe we just go kill everyone in these neighborhoods to make it safer for you to walk out your front door. That's not the way that this works. You do not get to change the rights of other people because it makes it safer for you. The entire argument is that the baby has its own rights because unborn children do in fact have their own rights. It's also true that the number of cases, which abortion is medically necessary again is extraordinarily low if it's questionable as to whether these cases really exist, even in cases of pre eclampsia and talk siemian late stage pregnancy are extraordinarily rare. And in those cases, usually c sections are actually the best medical solution, not dismemberment of the child and virtually everyone who is pro-life agrees with the idea that if the life of the mother is endangered an abortion can be considered. But when people on the left say, the health of the mother other talking about just the comfort of the mother because the truth is we all undergo lots of health problems all the time. Now, you'll see cases that left lease again. The outlier to dispense with what should be a general rule when recently and tragically decided to reverse its position on abortion. They cited the case of a woman named Savita hell up Ann Arbor in two thousand twelve she died supposedly for lack of abortion, but three official investigations actually found that this woman died of sepsis, which is a blood infection that is caused by virulent bacteria, and if doctors had identified that earlier abortion would not actually either have been necessary or it would have been performed to save the life of the mother. So when folks talk about how abortion laws prevent people from from having healthy, pregnancies or having healthy lives. It's just nonsense. Okay argument. Number eight is the slippery slope of control. I I need to remind you that there's a whole other side to this radio show if you're listening on the radio right now. And you think man that guy has just a beautiful voice. I wonder what his face looks like it's even more handsome than my voice is beautiful, and you could be doing it. Right. This very instance over at daily wire dot com, so head on over the daily wire become a subscriber for just ninety nine a month. Means you get the rest of the show on video. You can listen to old episodes of the show. It means that you got other shows that we've got like Michael Knowles show reclaimed shell and Matt Wall Street show, the entire daily wire team has its finger on the pulse of the conservative movement. We'll keep you educated and informed. I most newsworthy stories of that. He's been ninety nine bucks a year. You get an actual piece of magical vessel rate. I'm talking, of course, about the famed daily wire leftist tears,.

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"asaf again" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Live with her here on. And so we got a a letter probably Senator who loves our show. Thank you very much. And it just adopted a dog recently little Queensland heeler cross who by the way, she said the picture of the dog. I'm ready to steal the dog looks. So adorable remain steady for a couple of days. I it's got a lot of time. There brings home. She has another dog at home. They seem to get along. Great. But he seems to vomit or regurgitate very frequently so anywhere from one to eight hours a food looks only partially or sometimes non digested, I'm just scrolling through this as I see it and never lethargic. He's very active. He plays at the other dog. Obviously a lot of things. First of all, he's a very fast eater. It doesn't seem to choose food. Obviously. If he if when the vomit has comes up regurgitation big heart, lower pieces, clearly he doesn't chewy food and most dogs don't chew their food wolf it down in two seconds flat. So the recommendation there. By the veterinary, which is to maybe spread the food out and don't feed them make them work for the food. And by spreading it out, and let them know sort of chase after food. You can't eat a whole lot all at once which is true talked about potential for acid reflux, also very possible. I would the listener was using some Tom's or Pepco be'small. I think that if we have a reflux disease, which is very possible. I am a big fan of something a little stronger Zantac over the counter, Pepsi. See works. Very well privacy worked very well. For Pepe today. See it's usually a half a milligram per keg. So, you know, so you can figure out the dose. You know, maybe a twenty pound dog would take half of a ten over the counter ten. Active twenty pounds, ten kilos half of that is five the over the over the counter, Pepsi, Pepsi. They see is ten milligram tablets. So that's something that I would say it's very possible to try also is they said private, very inexpensive over the counter. And I recommend giving these about fifteen to twenty minutes before a meal, and that might help. Now, one of the things that I read the history of how this is all been going down. I am the fast eating is a possibility reflexes possibility I'm not so concerned about the food being rich, which was also brought up as a possibility. But what I'm really concerned about is. There is a condition that sometimes we see called mega esophagus. And it's it has to be tested. The reason I'm concerned about it is a fact that sometimes the regurgitation happens. Six eight hours later it happened right away IT more reflux disease. When it sits there, it could be sort of the Asaf again, it's very large. It's not propelling is usually muscular issue. It's not propelling the food into the stomach. So it sits there and sits there. Sits there until it comes out. So what I recommend? And I would like this to be tried as well, if you're listening is that you want to grind the food now or free moisten it with water if it's dry food or especially if it's large morsels of dry, and kinda pulverize it a little bit until doesn't have to be like a a mush like soup or like a gruel you'll be thick. And again when you feed him don't feed him where his head is down to the ground. Don't put the ball of the ground elevate bowl. So the bowl is about the same height as his throat. So that way when he's eating and his head is a little more raised the normally the gravity with the softer food. Smaller more pieces might sort of let the food sort of trickle down into the stomach, and then I think the Pepsi and things like that might help with the reflux we get something that is a a little stenosis, narrowing where the cardia portion of the stomach. That's where. Sophocles meets the stomach and that too can be causing the problem. Now, if we think that the issue is actually part of the stomach and others the Asaf against is fine. Then I'm worried about again if foods that sort of partially to not digested, it's coming up eight hours later, then worrying about another problem on the other end of the stomach, and that's called pylori stenosis. The pilotless isn't muscular ring at as the stomach empties into this tested and the stomach is contracting is pushing the ingest at now partially digested from all the gastric secretions that are digestive juices and pushes the food into what's left of the food into the duodenum duodenal, use whatever term you like, and that probably is narrowed that is often surgical disease that it needs to be opened up. We go piler Miami kind of cool surgery and opens up the the pilots as well. So because of the repetitive the quickness where sometimes he regurgitates I would. You think that maybe mega softness or just the other things? He's a happy dog. He's a shout down in two seconds flat. He causes the food to like bunch up at it's not the Asaf isn't working. I it gets so much food in there so fast that it just can't start pushing it into the stomach and therefore it sits there, and ultimately he regurgitates it. So we need to force him out. That's why the first suggested by your veterinarian kind of spread the food out on the floor that had to go from two more so tomorrow to more. So instead of having an all there and his bowl at once might not be a best adjusted, but also I think by eliminating or at least testing to see if this helps I like the the idea of of crushing the food a little bit more feeding from a height at including the Pepsi for the private sector and that should help as well. So that's really a good question. I'm so happy that you adopted him. First of all has he said for the big cheese at me. He is a Doral. And so I don't know if I if I could pull it up here and show the picture, he's really really really cute. I don't know if you can see this area is so he is one cute pooch. So yeah. And the fact that he's you say, he's very happy. Otherwise, he runs he plays with the other dog. I'm not worried about a major major medical disease. But these are things that we want to try those are the two things that sort of come to mind slowest food now make it easier from to eat less big dry trunks feet from a height. Let them rest right after he eats. And try the either the private sector or the Pepsi day. See and see how he does the next step steps. Obviously, we're gonna acquire a Lou bit more diagnostics die study. We do what's called a SAFA Graham and see if we can do a sparring study and see how fast the food and the Jesse goes south his stomach, and then another thing, it's a very steady. We study how fast the food goes through the test track. It's called the upper gas steady. So see if that makes a big difference as well. So anyway, that's all we have time for today. I wanna wish everybody a safe. Safe. Happy halloween. A be careful with your pets. Don't ignore them include them on their terms. If you have dogs that you don't know how well they may do be very very very careful if you're taking them outside and also if they freak out, by the way, I make sure that there's no escape route. Whether it's go back door a window a non gated yard because sometimes the people in the doorbell.

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"asaf again" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I remember one of my earliest memories of being a child's laying in bed and feeling my heart stop, it would go up up up up up, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, and it stop and start again. And I thought oh everybody has this your kid whatever you have used some everybody has. But we talked about the vagus nerve the Vegas nerve controls, the gut. It also has some control over the heart. So if the stomach is pushing up against the diaphragm, it's affecting the Vegas nerve, which can cause rapid heart rate, a fab high blood pressure, not the only cause of those things, but certainly one of the most common causes and on our website. Dr Joe dot com. Most popular article is the one I wrote on gird guests were software reflects disease, which is what we're talking about. And it's under blogs. I think it's actually the first article we moved it to the top. It's so popular. But what we do is want to take the stomach and adjusted or pull it down away from the diaphragm, then there's a little valve called the lower soft gels finger in your in your diaphragm which closes and that prevents food from reflecting back up into the throat. The reason it's worse at night is when you lay down you don't have gravity assisting pulling your stomach down. So you lay down your stomach pushes up, and then it gets worse. So by just in the stomach, and then we have to check the nerve supply to the stomach patients come in every now, and then say, doc, I just want you work on my stomach. I so it's not gonna give you all the results you want because we gotta fix the nerves that control the stomach as well from chiropractic standpoint adjust the spine, and then we get you on a good diet. And in most cases, Chris people wanted name their kids after us because it's just amazing results. And we have an office not far from us. If you want to come see us, we'd be more than happy to see you. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. It also does it help to sleep under less left side? I've heard that helps you for some people. It doesn't help some people and the bottom line is let's just fix it. And don't have to worry about what side you sleep on. So right. Okay. So give call this number Chris eight four four four four Dr Joe district. Call during regular business hours. We'll get you set up. Okay. Appreciate it. Thanks. And folks, if we could never see another chiropractic patient again in my team of doctors in the Atlanta area, we've officer Marietta, Duluth and Stockbridge. And if we could see a never see another chiropractic patient again in all the years that we have hopefully, we have many many years practice to come. We could build practices just on digestive issues because so many people have this acid reflux heartburn burping and Asaf Justice that may be a diagnosis. You may have been diagnosed with the acid comes up into the throat and irritates the Asaf again, and many people lose their voice, they get chronic sinus infections, the as it goes up at the sinuses. They can't they can't chronic sore throat, chronic cough. Many times those are symptoms at the stomach is out of alignment, and we can actually physically adjust the stomach now, we co manage to case if you have a medical doctor a gastroenterologist co manage the case with the doctors to make sure you're getting the best care possible. But my goal is to get you the best care we possibly can now folks if you on hold I'm gonna come to a break pretty soon, I'll come back to you after the break. So keep holding on. I do want to talk about this this study, they did what IBS patients IBS ear will bow syndrome affects one. In ten people. And the problem is there's no actual there's nothing really wrong. They can't find anything wrong or else. They call it. You know, other things colitis or of other diagnosis, but the ear will bow syndrome means something's wrong got we can't figure out what it is in many cases. So one theory proposed is that the dysfunction is the information between the gastrointestinal tract and the brain what caused that? Well, it could be the intestinal wall. The nerves in your intestinal wall may be supersensitive. So then when you irritated when you eat things like alcohol meat sugar dairy, coffee, soda, artificial sweetener, breads, cookies.

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"asaf again" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And welcome back here live with jeffer- here on Jeff. And so we got a a letter probably Senator who loves our show. Thank you very much. And it just adopted a dog recently little Queensland heeler cross who by the way. She sent a picture of the dog. I'm ready to steal the dog looks. So adorable remains steady for a couple of days. I read it's a lot of time there brings home. She has another dog at home. They seem to get along. Great. But he seems to vomit or regurgitate very frequently. And so anywhere from one to eight hours a food looks only partially or sometimes non digested. I'm just kind of scrolling through this as I see it and never lethargic. He's very active. He plays plays or the other dog. Obviously a lot of things. First of all, he's a very fast eater. And it doesn't seem Jewish food. And obviously if he if when the it is comes up with a big heart, lower pieces. Clearly, he doesn't a food and most don't you the food there wolf it down in two seconds flat. So the recommendation there by the veterinary, which I like is to maybe spread the food out and don't feed them wants make them work for the food. And by spreading it out, and let them sort of chase after food. He can't eat a whole lot all at once which is true talked about potential for acid reflux. Also, very possible. I would the listener was using some times or Petco baseball. I think that if we have reflux disease, which is very possible. I am a big fan of something a little stronger Zantac over the counter Pepsi today. See works, very well pilots. Sac works. Very well. For Pepe today. See it's usually a half a milligram per keg. So, you know, so you can figure out the dose. You know, maybe a twenty pound dog would take half of the ten over the counter ten. Active twenty pounds, ten kilos half of that is five the over the over the counter, Pepsi, Pepsi day. See is ten milligram tablets. So that's something that I would say it's very possible to try also as I said private, very inexpensive over the counter. And I recommend giving us about fifteen to twenty minutes before a meal, and that might help. Now, one of the things that when I read the history, and how this has all been going down. I am the fast eating is a possibility reflexes possibility I'm not so concerned about the food being rich, which was also brought up as a possibility. But what I'm really concerned about is. There is a condition that sometimes we see called mega esophagus. And it's it has to be tested. The reason I'm concerned about it is the fact that sometimes the regurgitation happens six eight hours later if it happened right away. I take more reflux disease when it sits there, it could be sort of the Asaf again, it's very large. It's not propelling. It's usually muscular issue. It's not propelling the food into the stomach. So it sits there and sits there. Sits there until it comes out. So what I recommend? And I would like this to be tried as well, if you're listening is that you want to grind the food now or free moisture in it with water, if it's dry food or especially if it's large morsels of dry and kind of pulverize it a little bit until doesn't have to be like a a much like super more like a gruel you'll be thick. And again when you feed him don't feed him where his head is down to the ground. Don't put the ball of the ground elevate bowl. So the bowl is about the same height as his throat. So that way when he's eating and his head is a little more raised normally the gravity with the softer food. Smaller more, the pieces might sort of let the food sort of trickle down into the stomach, and then I think the Pepsi and things like that might help with the reflux. We get something that is a a loose to noses and narrowing where the cardia portion of the stomach naturally. Sophocles meets the stomach and that too can be causing the problem. Now, if we think that the issue is actually part of the stomach the Asaf against is fine. Then I'm worried about again if foods that sort of partially digested is coming up eight hours later, then I'm worried about another problem on the other end of the stomach, and that's called Pilic stenosis. The pilot is a muscular ring at as the stomach empties into this contested and the stomach is contracting, and is pushing the ingest now partially digested from all the gastric secretions that are adjusted juices and pushes the food into what's left of the food into the duodenum duodenal, use whatever term you like, and that Loris is narrowed that is often surgical disease that it needs to be opened up. We pilot my kind of cool surgery and that opens up the pilots as well. So because of the repetitive the quickness where sometimes he regurgitates I would. I think that maybe mega Sophist or just the other things. He's a happy dog. He's a Chow food down in two seconds flat. He causes the foods like bunch up at it's not the Suffolk isn't working. It gets so much food in there so fast that it just can't start pushing it into the stomach and therefore it sits there, and ultimately he regurgitates it. So we need to force him out. That's why the first suggested by veternarian kind of spread the food out on the floor that had to go from two morsel tomorrow to more. So instead of having it all there in his bowl at once might not be a best, Justin. But also, I think by eliminating or at least testing to see if this helps I like the the idea of crushing the food a little bit more reading from a height at including the Pepsi for the private sector and that should help as well. So that's really a good question. I'm so happy that you adopted him first of all as you said for the big cheese at me. He is. And so I don't know if I if I can pull it up here and show the picture. He's really really really cute. I don't know if you can see this area is so he is one cute pooch. So yeah. And the fact that he's you say, he's very happy. Otherwise, he runs he plays with the other. Dog. I'm not worried about a major major medical disease. But these are things that we want to try those are the two things that sort of come to mind slowest food down make it easier from to eat less big dry. Trump's feet from a height let them rest right after he eats. And try the either the pilot or the Pepsi day. See and see how he does. Now, the next step steps. Obviously, we're gonna require a Lou bit more diagnostics die study. We do. It was calling a SAFA Graham and see if we can do a swallowing studying Steve how fast the food and the stomach, and then another thing, it's a barium study. We study how fast the food goes through the intestinal track. It's called the an upper gastric study. So see if that makes a big difference as well. So anyway, that's all we have time for today. I wanna wish everybody a safe safe. Happy halloween. A big careful with your pets. Don't ignore them include them, but on their terms if you have dogs that you don't. Oh, how well they may do be very very very careful if you're taking them outside and also if they freak out, by the way, I make sure that there's no escape route. Whether it's through a back door a window. A non gated yard because sometimes the people in the doorbell ringing so.

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"asaf again" Discussed on Take it or Leave it

Take it or Leave it

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on Take it or Leave it

"I'm sure that you are so sick that you cannot get up to get the mail today or take out the trash or help me with dinner or the kids, and I will now bring you orange juice antilock all somebody out there has to exist. That's I think that's so sweet. And it brings me back to my childhood with my mom used to take care of me. That's what I want when I'm sick. I want somebody to take care of me 'cause I'm always taking care of everybody else. So this is my one time to shine. But see, I don't you're one time to die. See, I don't I don't get babied when I'm sick. So I kinda just like screw it. Just get outta my way. And I'll do all of the things like I always do anyway. But would you want to be babied? If you had a choice now don't touch me get away from any of that nonsense. Get outta here. I'm terrible person. Hold hearted snake? A ham cold hearted Cisneros. I can't believe you wouldn't wanna be babied. This so surprising now, I'm not a fan. I just don't I just don't like it. And I have to have surgery. I had to have surgery Wednesday. My uterus is getting a victim. And I'm already like we should have a going away party for the uterus. Yeah. What do you do with a going away party for your uterus? Confetti poppers cake in the shape of uterus. Right. Sorry. Go ahead with your story. Now, I that was pretty much like I'm just I already don't want to be laid up for a week and a half. I don't even want it. Like, I'm like, I'm so annoyed. I maybe there's something wrong with me. But I would love to be laid up for a week and a half, maybe not in pain because pain pills aren't an option for me. So I just have to suffer. I really don't take pain pills. They make me nauseous, and because of the surgery I had years back. I do not have the ability to properly vomit what? So okay. Yeah. So I had this tumor. Yes. That was removed from SAFA guess when they took it out they removed a large chunk of Asaf again. So they had to kind of patch. It back together into my stomach. Wait, I'm making a point. And so I don't have the the thrusting ability like to shoot the vomit out so watch I'll show you how I okay, I go like this. And then I spit. Okay. Thank you for that. Looks like a cat vomiting up. Hairball literally never gonna get that image on my head. We have a caller, please. God. Okay. Janiaux? Hi, how are you? I'm good. How are you? Guys. Good. This is Janiaux from Utah. You're having beautiful weather in Utah are having weather Heine bit of snow on the ground very tiny bit. But when he's been sunny skies darn it Utah is wonderful. What do you got for us? Well, I was just and this is kind of not exactly what you were asking are saying, but I've just learned that you have to kind of be a Wigner as a mom or L. You are expected to keep moving. That's true me. I'm like if I don't say, leave me alone. I'm really really sick. Right. Then I'm expected to still do the car pool. Do this do that everything and the guys get away with the kids get away with it 'cause they can sit there not do anything. But if we sometimes we have to do that. Sometimes you have to say, hey, I'm really sick. So stop bugging me or whatever, right. And my mom, I remember her saying the minute you get dressed, then you're back to doing the same thing..

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Does Apple Cider Vinegar Really Help With Weight Loss?

BrainStuff

06:04 min | 3 years ago

Does Apple Cider Vinegar Really Help With Weight Loss?

"I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and Evelyn Schnur biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking a comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bands and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join us every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb. Here apple cider vinegar has been making these social media rounds as the weight loss, cure jor. Maybe you've seen videos of Dr Oz touting the health benefits of apple cider vinegar, or of YouTubers claiming to have shed ten pounds of belly fat just seven days by drinking apple cider vinegar cocktails before meals, even if we know the health claim sound too good to be true for anyone who struggles with their health and body image as it relates to their body weight. It can be tempting to try any weight loss regimen that so cheap all natural in seemingly effortless. So what's the deal? Can apple cider vinegar really help? You lose weight. I ate quick explainer apple cider vinegar versus other types of vinegar, the active ingredient in all vinegar is a scenic acid most of the vendors. We commonly eat or cook with a white vinegar red wine vinegar balsamic and apple cider contain between five and six percent. Acidic acid, though, mild rice vinegar can be as low as two to four percent when people. Talk about the health benefits of apple cider vinegar. They're really talking about the health benefits of having more acidic acid in your diet, you could consume any vinegar to get the same effect, but the relatively mild and sweet flavor of apple cider vinegar is more palatable barely when mixed into a beverage, which has boosted its popularity. Plus there are several brands of raw organic, unfiltered and unpasteurized apple cider vinegar that achieved cult following for their purported health benefits. But what does the research say we spoke with Deborah Murphy, a registered dietitian in Chicago who says the current scientific research on the weight loss benefits of apple cider vinegar is limited. Although there have been a handful of small studies that make a case for this health remedy several animal studies showed that doses of Sita acid seemed to suppress the accumulation of body fat in mice that we're fed high fat diets the biggest study today from two thousand fourteen followed the progress of a hundred and seventy five OB's adults in Japan, some of whom. Were given a beverage containing one or two tablespoons that's fifteen or thirty milliliters of apple cider vinegar everyday with their meals and some who were not after twelve weeks. The folks who drank a little vinegar everyday lost two to four pounds. That's one to two kilograms compared to know statistical improvements in the group who did not drink vinegar low and slow decreases in weight are definitely these safest and healthiest way to lose weight. But only losing two four pounds over three months. That's third of a pound a week hardly qualifies as a secret weight loss cure as some claim apple cider vinegar to be other much smaller. Studies have linked apple cider vinegar to slowing down gastric emptying a which is the time. It takes for food to move from the stomach to these small intestine in an experiment involving just ten people type one diabetes. The folks who drank a little apple cider vinegar each day kept food in their stomach longer and their stomach size. Also swelled more after eating a meal both of these findings support the idea that apple cider vinegar could help you feel fuller. And stay fuller longer. Although these scientific proof there is still modest. A Murphy said, unfortunately, there is still no single food that holds the secret to weight loss, despite what many on the internet may say about apple cider vinegar, the only way to achieve and sustain weight loss is these same thing you've likely heard one hundred times before eat healthy and move your body. Even if apple cider vinegar, isn't the cure all it sometimes cracked up to be it can still be part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. There's even promising research underway about apple cider vinegar and insulin response a small study did show that vinegar can significantly improve insulin sensitivity in diabetic and pre diabetic patients after a high carb meal. We also spoke with Cynthia sass, performance nutritionist based in New York and Los Angeles who warns against drinking apple cider vinegar straight because the acidic acid can wear away to the normal and even burn the Asaf Agha's if you want to give cider vinegar beverages at Tri SAS recommends swirling two teaspoons that's about nine milliliters of apple cider vinegar. Plus a teaspoon about four point five milliliters of Honey and a Cup of warm water once a day, but she says don't go overboard on the quantity or frequency. There's also no reason that apple cider vinegar has to be imbibed in order to access any potential health benefits. Murphy suggests working at into your existing recipes making vinaigrette for your salads, attaining coleslaw, a marinade for chicken or fish or adding some two salted greens to give them a punch. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clay for more on this and lots of other healthy, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Two thousand four in a tiny town. A young woman named Rebecca Gould was brutally murdered nearly fifteen years later her killer still on the loose. Work

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"asaf again" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Starting to sound like results of inbreeding or something, or maybe it's radio activities, something like that. Gamma rays. The giant coke snake. It's the hook when he gets mad, right? This snake was a. What kind of snake was it was a copper snake grabbers snake to headed copper snake. It was a baby for head snake Cupper hits. Those are very venomous. Yeah, about that from kill Bill. Got to heads is twice them yet. Very true, and it's a baby that's even more than in their babies checked more venom than a dull. So, yeah, we're funds to to know. You don't wanna know it, but. Founded? No, it didn't say the people's name, but it was a resident drill areas. So these people found in their backyard. It looked so weird. I don't know if you seen the picture. It was weird arching pictures of previous to hate snakes. So it always that's not right, but headed anything Bill. Right. Definitely definitely something's wrong picture, but it's actually not a doctor picture. So it's real. So. So they found a two headed. I'm sorry. They found two headed snake in their backyard, and right. So they called the all Virginia wildlife management control. So they came in kind of handled it. Got it out of their backyard and brought it to the study the lab. I guess you would call it. Anyway, they did some tests radiography radiographs test radio, graffiti radiographs tests where they actually found that the snake shared to trick is to Asaf again, the will. It didn't share. So each head had a trachea and Asaf ag- is and then they shared one heart and one set of lungs. An interesting part is if you saw the picture the right, the left head was it looked like the right head was. You know it's supposed to be there and then the left hand. That's like an attachment like finger roll, but they said that the left head was the more dominant head, but the right head was the one that was bitter for eating. They could both eat of course, but I don't know how they how they said it it and it didn't look like that at all because one of the heads is like that obviously is the weaker, like how How you you said said that that like. like, hey, like the right head, you should eat in the left. Right. The left one leave it alone because it's. I'm glad it wasn't only when thinking. I was thinking what the one headed is more. I don't know the dominant head when it comes to eating. That's probably good because if you have to two heads and they both snag her at at the same time, there's no room for two Retz going down one body magin. Snakeskin you've seen those pictures of snakes that of spoiled, like really huge things that you wouldn't think they could swallow. They could totally do wolf rats, maybe start going to really large things that I'm not there. It's hard to sing wondering if you can have twins snakes cause the sounds the way like with humans, you'd have twins, and then they didn't just fully separate. So then you'd have not identical conjoined. I never wanted to see snakes. People aren't so case, but it sounds like this would be a conjoined twins snake. Maybe that's what happened that really sure. But I said it's not an uncommon thing. There's you can see pictures like snakes turtles and lizards, and all these things that have the to head thing going on. So I was just previously thought that was because they're reptiles, reptiles, weird sense. Their picture is a little interesting. It's expected to look, I guess, looks a little different than I thought it would, but yes, that that is a Copperhead I think it is. I don't know, baby snake. They said they were going to keep it at the. The wildlife control center. Place study thirty. No, just for studies, they believe me because it's a baby that won't survive. So which is said, I, I guess, I don't know. I wouldn't wanna find keep it in a museum, right? More of a challenge for rushing the wild. I'm sure they're probably trying to make sure it survives there. I think it's what they mean. Right. It sounds like to me, I'm wondering, what do you like if you call nine one one because that'd be my first in anywhere near me, not let me go. I'd have to go Google my local animal until, but if you do, they know how to patch you to the animal federal people measure they do..

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"asaf again" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"The trump kim summit appears to be on again this may in fact have some implications for the global regime of leadership and this alcohol is actually just heading corn liquor out did you should not thought as as in this statement in the midst of making the statement is just my arm started the tangle like looking at my hand wow seizing up having a heart attack i might be i might be i'll be dead by the end of the podcast but no the poets maiden made in waco texas where they make all the best booth gwen into your asaf again and then just started shooting an attack drove through your pancreas well let me try this again before i die june through generally twelfth on a singaporean island used to be a home for pirates donald trump and mr kim of north korea will be having a meeting maybe this is a meeting that had been canceled at some point in the past because there was just going to be a crazy honored again off again situation it is a meeting that appears to be on at a mo early on in this process the reason i it seemed to go away because there seemed to be questions about what our goals were for this meeting that we might want total incomplete denuclearization of north of the north korean regime now the administration is casting this as getting to know you meeting to get together in kind of talk things over i.

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"asaf again" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"asaf again" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

"Uh i'll be surprised because they're gonna say they're gonna ask of any any conditions now that they need to know about it'd be very difficult for you to answer without full disclosure they're just from ah integrity standpoint you know just a catch everybody at the speed when it comes to life insurance you know we don't ever need life insurance and less people are dependent on us financially people are dependent on us um you know for their wellbeing so in in in essence when she has children so until then we want to really worry about it you know since he probably will not qualify what i would probably do as start investing on her behalf as early as you can and i would just be investing just with the condition is there is her life expectancy affected as a result eerily go into in baraboo food her body an actor adel for me and find out and ultimately weaken her immune system so we we probably have hidden aimed at twenty by or different doctors that we see the different areas of of uh of the united states so we traveled at all arado four times a year um now let us i it's real it so so what does she what kanshi we're all we trial but who determine if that booed day for not we have put her ended up under anesthesia and take a biopsy of her asaf again so we try to limit the amount of time i mean my daughter has been under anesthesia more than most you know grown adults have in her short sixyear live so um so we do need a view up you.

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