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"asthma attack" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"asthma attack" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"Out of hypnosis in the scanner. And we found that they turned down activity when they go into hypnosis and what we call the salience network. It's a part of the brain. It's like your alarm system. It matches context. And if while we're talking now, you suddenly hear a loud noise that sounds like a gunshot. Your salience network is going to go off and you're going to stop concentrating on me and concentrate on something else. Hypnosis is the opposite of that. You're just turning that down saying whatever's going on elsewhere, whatever else I maybe should be thinking about. I'm not going to worry about it. So you're freer to focus your attention. Then there's more functional connectivity between the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, part of the executive control network, the thing hopefully I'm using now to talk to you. And the insula, which is a small part of the brain that controls mind body interaction. And that's the part that that young lady was using to reduce the constriction of her bronchioles and help herself break the asthma attack. So mind body connection is intensified. And the third part is inverse connectivity when you're executive control region is working. You turn off activity in another part of the brain. The posterior cingulate cortex it's been called the default mode. It's a part of the brain where you ruminate. You think about yourself. If you're not doing anything else, when you're in that kind of a mode, you ruminate. And self reflection is a way of keeping you stuck in where you are. Turning that off as we think, well, maybe that's the way I used to do it, but I'm not doing it anymore. You know, I'm going to try something new and different. And that's where hypnosis can be can be very helpful also. It's a part of the brain where the activity has turned down among meditators as well. They just don't and the whole idea of meditation is to, you know, don't be so taken with yourself. Turn that off. Just experiencing things without it reflecting on it being you having the experience. So that's what hypnosis is. It's a simple state of highly focused attention with dissociation. And flexibility of your cognition so that you can think about things in a new and different way. Right, when you're talking, I was thinking about your mentioning the salient network, right? So for a lot of people that are struggling with some mental health issues, PTSD, trauma, addiction, all those things come out of that. I would imagine that they're kind of hyper in that space or overactive in that space. So it limits that cognitive flexibility and we can't think of the situation in a different way that might bring about more peace or be more effective or whatever. We get locked. Is that would that be right? What I'm saying? Yes. That is right. You have hyperactivity often in a part of the brain called the amygdala, which is the center of fear and anger. And so very often people who post traumatic stress disorder find themselves triggered by some memory or something that startles them or arouses them. And they find themselves reliving the event all over again. As if it were happening in the present moment. So their dissociated but in the wrong way, they don't know if they're going to survive the attack or the car accident or whatever it is. And so it just repeats itself because they feel reattached by whatever it was that made them fearful in the first place. So they get caught in that loop that kind of like this PTSD feedback loop. And then that's a horrible place to be. And if you have no other way to get out, you're going to try and find something to bring relief. And often that can be a substance or a destructive behavior or just a not have the pain. That's right. That's right. But there are ways to deal with it and hypnosis can be very effective and helpful to do that. So my next question is when that person comes in and they're kind of in that heightened state. How do you move them out of that? How do you start to shut that down and open up that possibility, kind of quiet that part of the brain? What we do, we start out with the mind body connection. So when people are aroused in that way, one way that they feel the arousal is physically, you know, they feel tension in their muscles. They start to sweat. They breathe more shallowly and rapidly. And they feel worse, physically. And then they think, oh my God, this is really bad. So their mental stress gets worse. And it's like a snowball rolling downhill. It speeds up. So what I say is, look, you have an ability to control the way your body feels. Let's start with that. So I have them go into a state of hypnosis. And it just takes a matter of seconds. You don't have to count upstairs and downstairs for 15 minutes. It's very quick. And then you imagine you're floating in a bath like a hot tub which is floating in space. And you can feel your body start to be more comfortable. So you're already beginning to deal with the stressor or the terrible memory because you're controlling your body's reaction to that memory. And then once you've done that, you can begin to send the phase one aspect of the traumatic experience. And with the rule that no matter what you're thinking about, your body is safe and comfortable. And we practice doing that. And then I'll have them picture some different way of looking at the same situation. So I had, for example, a woman who had been raped at age 12 by their landlord. And the family was too intimidated to do anything about it. And she found it she grew up as a young woman after that. She said, my body was not my own people would look at me on the street and she felt terrible. She was depressed. She had quit her profession early. And I said, I want you now in hypnosis to look at yourself as a 12 year old girl. And she was a grown woman and a mother and I said, and I want you to just think about her and what you would do for her. If you could be with her, what would you do? And would you blame her for what happened? Because she was, in fact, blamed for it as many right sexual assault victims are. And she started to cry and she said, I'm stroking her hair. She's such a sweet girl. And she was able to see the same terrible situation from a different point of view. What she, how she would have reacted, has she been her own mother reacting to her as a 12 year old. And she called me about a week later and said my psychiatrist wants to know what you did to me. She said, I'm not depressed. My friends don't recognize me. And it was a way of just taking a new point of view about this old, terrible problem that she had to live with. And so the nice thing about hypnosis is you can address it very directly. You can provide mind body comfort while you're doing it. And you can help people see the same situation from a new point of view. And the brain is more at that when it's in that state is more open to that suggestion. If it's not in that state or it's in that hyper alert state, it doesn't have that ability to be that you said cognitive flexibility earlier to bend a little bit and then I would imagine recalling that event from this different perspective changes your whole relationship, but how your body experiences the
"asthma attack" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast
"We haven't fully cloned the receptor, but we know there's a different subset of chemosensory receptors that have an affinity for PH ten that project to a different subset of olfactory bulb neurons, but still olfactory bulb inter neurons. Like PH 94 B does, that then project forward to the amygdala and a couple other parts of the brain. So that's generating the opposite effect of 94 B that's a stimulatory or an antidepressant effect that's our goal with that drug. But again, rapid onset, meaning it's not taking 6 to 8 weeks to see if there's any potential therapeutic effect. We've seen it in about a week and likely in phase two B we'll see it hopefully even earlier than a week. And have that benefit sustained. The difference too is that PH 94 B is used when you need it, just like a rescue inhaler when an asthma attack comes on you. So before it anxiety provoking event, whether it's a performance event at work or school or a social event, it could be that a diversity of things situations that trigger social anxiety disorder for people is notably broad and diverse. But it's before those events where people need confidence to engage in those events and not avoid them. And to not have fear and anxiety about them. And with PH 94 B, being used as needed in front of those particular events, which you're trying to do is bring people down to a normal level of anxiety. Everybody needs some anxiety to be energized and focused, but you don't want to put them to sleep. And obviously you don't want to leave them at a very heightened state where their ability to function and engage is impaired. Piet differently, we see that being dosed on a more of a regular basis daily over time because that's the way depression manifests. It's not always acute and more waxes and wanes, but say social anxiety disorder, it's episodic and while some days you may have no events and other days you may have four different events at different times of the day and so the flexibility for PH 94 B is it can be used multiple times a day in studies so far. And it's got a rapid onset and a short duration of effect, but unlike say a benzodiazepine won't put you to sleep, won't impair your functioning, you're not going to have a cognitive impairment. You're not going to see risk of addiction.
"asthma attack" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"And another thing is we literally practice it like have a friend recruit a friend who would like come up and startle you and then you would actually practice speaking in that way or doing it. I'm another thing I would say. So I still live on Catalina island. I was teaching marine biology out there and there were science accidents there in the coast guard would come. And something that was amazing is they would come. We were all first aid and CPR trained and but when things happen when you've got a kid snorkeling in the water and they have an asthma attack and be pretty frightened little things and one of the things that these guys, these guys from the coast guard would say, they'd come and they'd do things perfectly and be like, oh my God, that's flawless and they're like, okay, you know what though? Yes, flawless is good, but if you do things 80%, like if you get 80%, you're good. So if you just remember not to run away, or if you feel like you're going to speak in a high voice, don't say anything. So think about what part of this can I get right. So I think the easiest thing to remember is not to run away. Okay. Do the opposite of what I did, basically. Well, it's the most natural thing to do because we feel vulnerable and we are runners and I mean, how many times have I mean, I'm sure we've all used this mental trick during a race. It's like, okay, I'm hurting, but the faster I go, the sooner it's over. Right, right. So exactly. And I wish I would have clocked that time. It was the fastest I've ever run. I know. I've had some unplanned speed work myself that I wish I wish I had, you know, I had a mark on, but I don't. I was gonna ask, I know reading dogs cues or facial expressions can be important. You know, whatever that may mean, it's hard to tell what a dog is thinking, but sometimes you can tell a little bit about what their facial expressions are doing. Do you have any advice on that front and how you can approach a dog or not approach a dog just based on kind of what their face looks like? I would sort of expand, I think, in my answer because a lot of understanding how dogs are feeling or what their intent is, is in their whole body language. Some of that's in their face, but their whole bodies. Okay. But I'll start with the face. One of the best ways the most obvious things you can say about a dog is pretty easy to see is if a dog has their mouth closed, they look really intense.
"asthma attack" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Nothing went right today. I'm on the verge of a freaking mental breakdown. What you're presenting to the world as, oh my gosh, everything's great. And we know these people, I was one of those people. In fact, I grew up seeing that as normal in my life. And so to then go through some of the hardest, hardest moments of seeing my mom succumb to her battle with breast cancer because it then ended up spreading to her lungs and she lost that battle when I was 16 and then a year later, I would lose my brother to an asthma attack, just suddenly. Oh man. And this was almost a year after my mom died. And then if that wasn't hard enough, two years after that, my dad would be diagnosed with stage four lung cancer. So really tough moments of pain, heartache, like, what the F, how is this my life? And I mean, really hard, there was moments where I had to work three jobs just to support my younger brother. So literally losing pretty much all of my family before I was 19 years old. I got into my 20s thinking like, all right, I'm not gonna let anybody feel bad for me. I am going to overachieve overperform and just kind of having the mantra on the back of my head like nobody feel bad for us because that's what my dad and my mom would want. Like they were Tiger parents. I mean, they focused on education. They focused on legacy. They focused on pride. And so I did what anybody in my shoes would do. Become a dentist. You know, medicine was not my thing, but we keep dentists. I became a cosmetic dentist. And I literally shoved all of those hard deep agonizing horrific emotions underneath the rug.
"asthma attack" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Happen to very unusual way. I don't really want to open up about it, but you folks are different. The fact that you laughed in my face, when I told you, let me know. I fucked till I was blind. I didn't mean to, I thought it was a joke. I was with this girl she said, can we fuck again? I said, yes, we're going. Wait a second. I have fucked your life. Are you happy now? You dominate it. Bitch. Are you great? You get to come. I have to smell a dog. For the rest of my life. Yeah. All right, I guess it's time to tell you what I'm really doing. I'm going around the country and I'm trying to talk men. His name is I can. And then not fucking women in the ass. Well, I can see I'm not going to get a lot of support here. All right. This is going to be one of the top towns. All right. Come on, guys. There's other ways to hurt him. It doesn't feel that good. Molly, do it to see that look on their face. I'm sorry, honey. Sorry, okay. I swear to God, I swear, I wouldn't do something like that. No. Jesus, what am I an animal? I wouldn't do that. Are you okay, huh? I'm not gonna do what you reckon to car last week. What do you say? What do you mean I'm just trying to get back? I love you. God, it happened again. Good. I love women. I don't think y'all to be mean to them. Myself. Well, you don't have any choice. What are you gonna do? You see the love women or suck a big dick. Thanks God. Thanks for the big menu down here. Thanks a lot. Listen, dot FM. Before I was a comic, people used to pay me to watch their kids and, you know, I'd get a little jealous of the kids that I babysat. Because I too would love to pay a giant turok me to sleep. This is not always in the budge. You know. But I love getting out and walking other people's babies, you know, because I look great for just having kids. And kids will say the darndest things, you know? They can go from saying something like, your eyelashes are huge. And then they'll follow it up with your teeth are like corn. And then you find yourself asking follow-up questions so four and a half year old. Is it because they're big or because they're yellow or? You don't know what you're talking about? One time a little girl looked up at me and she goes, your armpits are dirty. And I was like, oh, they're not dirty. They're hairy. And I'm gonna teach you about giving up next week. I had to pick up a little boy from a preschool once and there were other little boys running around the preschool and one of them ran up and he goes. I can't wait for nap time. So I can lie down and rest my weary bones. Which one of your terrifying parents said that? Jesus Christ. Is your mama ghost? Sounds like something a grandparent would say. So maybe, you know. Messing with a chick got me in that trouble. That's what got me into damn argument. Trying to fight for her ass. Over money. Stupid stuff. She was annoying anyway. It's like she's one of the dumb women. You ever meet a woman who's just dumb. Like, there's no way to explain it. She's just dumb. It seems like she does the only one that I can say that I hate. Out my whole life. Like, she just did shit to annoy me, man. We dated probably about three times, right? She made it seem like we knew each other for years. We were on our first date. And I was like, look, before we go to the movies, I want to stop and get some gum. She's like, oh, well, I'm a come in the store with you. I was like, all right, well, hurry up, because we run the legs. So we go in the store. And we walk it down the aisle. And she stopped in the middle of the aisle and she was like, ew, milk. That makes me shit sometimes. And in my mind, I'm like, what part of the day is this? What am I supposed to say to that shit? But because she looked real good, I just went along with it. I was like, me too. This date is gonna be the shit if we both drank milk. I can't believe it. This is all that. She had one of those last that make you that make you stop laughing? Like, it wasn't even a laugh. It was like a Snickers slash snout. But she loved, she led to everything. Like stuff wasn't a joke, so this was annoying. Yeah. I said, well, come on, let's go get our tickets before they sell out. Okay. The first time you hear it, you don't want to say shit 'cause you don't really know what it was. You okay? Well, no, I'm just asking, okay? I didn't know. That's all. You want to get better on your popcorn? I love butter. This is which allergic to my sweater? Then it dawned on me. She just had a problem, man, 'cause you took me to go meet her dad. Her dad was white, right? Her dad had like that rich white guy left. You know, the rich white guy laugh is. It's a laugh that always come after like a really bad joke. But they don't want to find it funny. Everybody's heard of rich white guy. So I tell this guy. I say, pass me the stapler. Make sure Staples are in it. Because if there aren't, then I can't stay with anything. Hey, guys. Can I get stable? Hey. I didn't want to laugh. But he kept looking right at me. And you got to stabilize that. Who knew? I look over and it looked like she was having an asthma attack.
"asthma attack" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"They happen to very unusual way. I don't really want to open up about it, but you folks are different. The fact that you laughed in my face, when I told you, let me know. I fucked till I was blind. I didn't mean to, I thought it was a joke. I was with this girl she said, can we fuck again? I said, yes, we're going. Wait a second. I have fucked your life. Are you happy now? You dominate it. Bitch. Are you great? You get to come. I have to smell a dog. For the rest of my life. Yeah. All right, I guess it's time to tell you what I'm really doing. I'm going around the country and I'm trying to talk men. His name is I can. And then not fucking women in the ass. Well, I can see I'm not going to get a lot of support here. All right. This is going to be one of the top towns. All right. Come on, guys. There's other ways to hurt him. It doesn't feel that good. Molly, do it to see that look on their face. I'm sorry, honey. Sorry, okay. I swear to God, I swear, I wouldn't do something like that. No. Jesus, what am I an animal? I wouldn't do that. Are you okay, huh? I'm not gonna do what you reckon to car last week. What do you say? What do you mean I'm just trying to get back? I love you. God, it happened again. Good. I love women. I don't think y'all to be mean to them. Myself. Well, you don't have any choice. What are you gonna do? You see the love women or suck a big dick. Thanks God. Thanks for the big menu down here. Thanks a lot. Listen, dot FM. Before I was a comic, people used to pay me to watch their kids and, you know, I'd get a little jealous of the kids that I babysat. Because I too would love to pay a giant turok me to sleep. This is not always in the budge. You know. But I love getting out and walking other people's babies, you know, because I look great for just having kids. And kids will say the darndest things, you know? They can go from saying something like, your eyelashes are huge. And then they'll follow it up with your teeth are like corn. And then you find yourself asking follow-up questions so four and a half year old. Is it because they're big or because they're yellow or? You don't know what you're talking about? One time a little girl looked up at me and she goes, your armpits are dirty. And I was like, oh, they're not dirty. They're hairy. And I'm gonna teach you about giving up next week. I had to pick up a little boy from a preschool once and there were other little boys running around the preschool and one of them ran up and he goes. I can't wait for nap time. So I can lie down and rest my weary bones. Which one of your terrifying parents said that? Jesus Christ. Is your mama ghost? Sounds like something a grandparent would say. So maybe, you know. Messing with a chick got me in that trouble. That's what got me into damn argument. Trying to fight for her ass. Over money. Stupid stuff. She was annoying anyway. It's like she's one of the dumb women. You ever meet a woman who's just dumb. Like, there's no way to explain it. She's just dumb. It seems like she does the only one that I can say that I hate. Out my whole life. Like, she just did shit to annoy me, man. We dated probably about three times, right? She made it seem like we knew each other for years. We were on our first date. And I was like, look, before we go to the movies, I want to stop and get some gum. She's like, oh, well, I'm a come in the store with you. I was like, all right, well, hurry up, because we run the legs. So we go in the store. And we walk it down the aisle. And she stopped in the middle of the aisle and she was like, ew, milk. That makes me shit sometimes. And in my mind, I'm like, what part of the day is this? What am I supposed to say to that shit? But because she looked real good, I just went along with it. I was like, me too. This date is gonna be the shit if we both drank milk. I can't believe it. This is all that. She had one of those last that make you that make you stop laughing? Like, it wasn't even a laugh. It was like a Snickers slash snout. But she loved, she led to everything. Like stuff wasn't a joke, so this was annoying. Yeah. I said, well, come on, let's go get our tickets before they sell out. Okay. The first time you hear it, you don't want to say shit 'cause you don't really know what it was. You okay? Well, no, I'm just asking, okay? I didn't know. That's all. You want to get better on your popcorn? I love butter. This is which allergic to my sweater? Then it dawned on me. She just had a problem, man, 'cause you took me to go meet her dad. Her dad was white, right? Her dad had like that rich white guy left. You know, the rich white guy laugh is. It's a laugh that always come after like a really bad joke. But they don't want to find it funny. Everybody's heard of rich white guy. So I tell this guy. I say, pass me the stapler. Make sure Staples are in it. Because if there aren't, then I can't stay with anything. Hey, guys. Can I get stable? Hey. I didn't want to laugh. But he kept looking right at me. And you got to stabilize that. Who knew? I look over and it looked like she was having an asthma attack.
"asthma attack" Discussed on What's the 311
"Welcome to the Sonya story time. So this story is about a time that we're going to call this energy. So you have to be careful with certain people in their energy. So I had someone that he said to me, he was like, oh, I miss you. And I'm like, oh, that is so sweet. So I go, I miss you too. So he's like, give me a hug. So I'm like, oh, giddy, so I go give him a hug. So then, I don't know where I could not catch my breath. Like, this is not a make believe story. This really happened. I could not catch my breath light. So I'm feeling like I'm catching a asthma attack. That's how it felt like I'm catching an asthma attack. So I'm like trying to breathe so that all of a sudden it's like I'm coughing. I'm like, I'll just cough and cough and cough me. He's sitting here the whole time. With his. Hands it's over his arms. You know how most guys they sit with their hands over the arms, like a cross. So he's laid back with his hands over his arm and his eyes is cold. So I am choking. Do y'all hear me? I'm choking. I'm like, oh, I really choking. And the whole time, he's just laid back, and then he goes, are you okay? So when I finally caught my breath, and I actually had my asthma pump, I started pumping my asthma pump. I might do it. Look like I'm okay. So you said, oh, I didn't know. I didn't know what was happening. So I'm like thinking to myself, you're not moving, you don't, you're not, you just, I'm over here literally choking and you're just sitting there like, I can't even describe how it was. I can't describe like, he just laid back on. On the chair, but his arms crossed his eyes is just close. So I'm just like, they get to myself like, what the hell just happened? Like, why was I'm choking, why couldn't I breathe and why in the world is he just sitting here like he don't hear me over here actually almost dying? So after all of that, I was like, I had a second guess at like. This is surreal to just really happy was I'm dreaming. You know, like, you ever have been where is something so real that you hope it's a dream? Or you hope that you want to imagine that this is actually going on because it would make more sense if you are imagining for it to be real and really happening, so I'm just like, did I just create after I got myself together and got some ward and stuff like that? I asked myself, well, how bad did you miss me? So I said, oh, I missed you a lot. So I'm like, oh, okay. But I'm superstitious. I really am. I believe in bad energy, I believe in voodoo. I believe in all of that. So I'm like. What's this? Some type of darkness. That. He didn't hear me choking. He didn't move the whole time the whole time. From the time I looked over to him and even when I was better, his eyes was closed the whole time. So I'm like, did he just wish just all up on me? I know it sounds crazy. I realized that a lot of things in my life and when I tell it to people, it sounds crazy, but it be real. And I have to think to myself like, Carl, what is wrong? What is going on here? What is happening? That you are around so many people, 'cause I had a lot of people in my life a lot of people that sometimes I have to realize what's real, like is they really real or is there some type of bad energy from them like did he really miss me or did he just wish me deaf upon that time that he seek me? So I don't know. I didn't know and I said I know it sounds crazy but I do I have so many stories and so much done happen like so many things have happened to me so I'm like, I'm very, very aware now of people like back when I was younger I was not aware of people. At all I thought like I had some awareness but I wasn't fully aware like I am now. So now I'm very aware of everyone. So I know if you vibe with me or if you're not vibing with me, I know if your energy is good or if your energy is not good, but yeah that was my story time and thank you for listening to Sonya's story time. Please give it a 5 star view on speakers Spotify. I already said one more time. You can leave a comment on this podcast so you can come to SV 7 6 6 7 5 200 dot com. You can follow me as so in that I ate 9 7 9 5 Instagram songs and all of YouTube so I got Facebook to understand double Twitter as soon as they had double Pinterest. My website HTTP dot dot slash podcast is dot com slash world press dot com WWW. WW Instacart one 56 if you like to buy me a coffee go buy me a coffee and have a blessed night.
Marc Lamont Hill: Why Do Children Need to Be Vaccinated, Despite Low Severity Cases?
"Mark kelman hill had the NIH director on his show And this did not get picked up by the media That's why I'm bringing it to you now And he asked the NIH director about the stats Why are we vaccinated all these kids if it just doesn't make sense Now when he says that makes sense here's what he means listen The risk of children getting a severe case of COVID is .0 5% Why are COVID vaccines necessary for children Well I'm not sure when you give that percentage that that really conveys what most people are worried about is my kid at risk I mean go to any pediatric ICU in the country and you will see kids there with COVID Some of whom are on respirators as a result And we have seen a 145 children die these are kids between the age of 5 and 11 of COVID-19 Many of them without any predisposing medical condition that would have made you think they were vulnerable So it may be uncommon but it's certainly all right I have to ask a question about the 145 kids have died How many kids did you count that really didn't die from COVID but you counted as COVID I'll give you an example There are parents that were whistleblowers about a kid that died because of injuries from a car wreck Now they apparently tested and he had COVID and they put it down as a COVID death and the parents were like no this isn't a COVID death He got T boned by a drunk driver That's not a COVID death There was another child Who had an asthma attack And of course in a kid's life couldn't didn't have an inhaler far away from the hospital They test them for
"asthma attack" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!
"But her parents were just going to the human society and choosing whatever they had. No more so excited the day they finally went. Her imagination was running wild. The images of all kinds of small puppies, yapping and frog and playfully. She was going to have a hard time choosing only one. Maybe she begged and pleaded she would be able to get two puppies. When they were taken back to the kennels, her hat was broken. They only had three dogs, two of them growled and snapped at the cages they were in the last was a sad eyed brown mixed Labrador retriever. So by default, they brought home the lab, she decided to make the best of it bad situation, name the dog gypsy. But even that was taken from her by her father called the dog banjo. Somehow that stupid nickname stuck for that moment on, no more hated the dog. Norma's backyard lit off into the Woods with a path that they could fall to the local Lake. Her parents would walk with her in the fall so that she could see how the leaves change colors. Normal love those walks and seeing the red and yellow shades of trees took on during that time. In the winter, you could still walk down the path. Snow made it a lot harder, but during the winter the Woods took on a different beauty. The trees were bare of leaves and as far as you could see, there was nothing but white. Reminding her of that old song, a white Christmas. Her father had taken on the responsibilities of taking banjo for his walks. It became a comic routine to hear her father complaining about how it became a comic routine to hear her father complaining about being stuck with the duty. And normally or her mother would offer to do it with her father would just wave them off and do it anyway. And one occasion, no one was home, so she had no choice but to walk the dog. She was doing fine until the dog decided to stop pulling on the leash and trying to run off, as she struggled with the dog. She had another asthma attack. She let go to leash and fumbled out her pocket, attempting to get her inhaler. No one was on her back, staring up at the sky by the time she finally recovered. She followed the path of the Lake and found the stupid dog waiting for her. She had no problems bringing the dog home. But it was too late. Dog was going to pay. That night while she told her father were transpired, he felt terrible. He told no Mahal whenever he took the drug, they just jogged around the Lake. He told her not to bloom the dog 'cause it was only doing what it was accustomed to doing. As your father was explaining all this to noma, the dog was staying up to her with those sad eyes, and her father wasn't there she would kick the dog right in the face. The following week, no one once again found herself a little banjo. This time she took him for a walk, she let the leash go. When noma made it back to the Lake, banjo was happily waiting, now a sat down beside the dog and began to scratch behind his ears. Angel soaked up the welcome affection. He lifted his head, almost slid to the knife across his throat. The blade bit deep into the flesh and fur. Benjamin immediately began to gasp. The dog's eyes stayed looking sad, and tried to hack up the blood so it could breathe. Almost out of the laugh and shake with excitement as she watched banjo die. No more sure she'd have an attack, but she didn't. She felt great and found herself yelling at banjo. Yes, if you'd like this feeling, she grabbed the dead dog's mouth and began to fish in her pocket for her inhaler. When she saw the blood, almost snapped out of her delirium. I started to take control of herself again..
"asthma attack" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!
"What is happening world? I'm your host the wizard of law has Benji Wozniak. This is going to be the second edition of short stories and poetry. The first story is going to be called the weezer. And it's about a woman with a bad case of asthma, who reflects on the failures in her life, as she tried to become a serial killer. So let's get started. You could feel the sweat running down her back. The vinyl jogging suit was sticking to her body. She was seeing spots before her eyes and gasping for air. TLD woman was only a few feet away from her, but it didn't matter. She needed her inhaler. She stag it off to the jogging path and eased herself onto the pocket. Now she struggled to open her fanny pack for her inhaler. She almost cut herself on the steak knife inside. Her hands were shaking as she put the inhale into her mouth and took a deep puff. She felt the medicine going to work on her lungs almost immediately. And her breathing returned to normal. She could still see the elderly geogra through her watering eyes and cursed her in frustration. All her life asthma has prevented her from succeeding. Yet this idea seemed perfect when she thought it up. She was sure that becoming a serial killer was the only thing asthma couldn't possibly prevent it from succeeding at. However, the primary target of most serial killers was joggers. Therein lay her problem. Not only did I ever attempt at jogging trigger her asthma, but another problem could have occurred. Has she managed to assault the elderly jargon a secluded area and had an asthma attack. She probably would have got her ass kicked and arrested. All this planning, and the only thing she had accomplished was another failure. She had become so confident when she went and bought her jogging suit. She was even happy to buy a pair of pink and gray Nikes that matched her suit. He told herself just because she was resorting for a life of crime didn't mean she couldn't do it in style. Then there was a brilliant idea about the steak knives. She had purchased a number of True Detective magazines to research her into his profession. What she learned was that serial killers that got caught made some stupid mistakes, the most common mistake was using some rare weapon that one way or another could be traced back to its owner. That caused her to think about her choice as a murder weapon. She was contemplating this dilemma. She had been in the process of shopping. That's when she walked by the kitchen department and had a brainstorm. Hell, how many hostels across the United States owned state knives? Good luck is to offer some man with tracing this murder weapon. She thought to herself as she made a purchase. She stayed from the benches and other elderly jogger wearing a white suit pastor by sole bet at the nerve, the twiller fingers at her. She would have loved to carve that smile off her arrogant little face and could have if she didn't suffer from the stupid affliction. How come when she was a little girl playing at the park? Life seemed so much better. When she had an attack, none of the other kids teased her. The other children were even raised to get her parents when she had one. Then after she used their inhaler and sat for a while, the other children would beg her parents to let her come back and play. Those are happy days of her life. Then came the first day of kindergarten. The days leading up to school were great. Her parents took a shopping for school supplies. The store they shopped at had the coolest lunch pail..
Northern California Has Been Hit With A Startling Increase Of Wildfire Smoke
"Wildfire smoke is especially harmful to children and rural communities in northern california has been hit hard starting an increase in smoke and that's according to a new investigation by our california newsroom. Collaboration remember station k. Q. e. d. freda jabballah romero reports. On how dangerous air is affecting schools their high school sports events anchor. The town of willis california one hundred miles north of sacramento at a friday night. Football game in this of six thousand cheerleaders shake their golden purple pompoms case covers nearby mountains in this part of the sacramento valley as mega fires burn in northern california. When there's too much smoke. Schools cancel outdoor activities like football. Today's better obviously. Because we're playing the game. Stacey lancy has to teen sons one of them a student at this high school. she's also a third grade teacher and says the better quality is affecting students as far as kids going out to recess playing sports and kind of like overall health. We don't know why were having headaches. Runny nose was in recent years willows has endured ninety one days of smoke per year on average up from sixty six days a decade ago. That makes this town one of the smoky places in america. That's according to an analysis of a decade of federal satellite images by california newsroom and partnership with stanford university's change and human outcomes lab. The investigation found millions of americans from san francisco to boston. Are breathing a lot more smoke. From western wildfires in the small town of willows physician. Assistant brett brown regularly treats patients at the hospitals family clinic when their smoke in the air he sees more patients suffering asthma attacks intense migrants and stress. There's always somebody says something about well because of the smoke. Insert you no problem here. Whether it's you know. I haven't been able to breathe as well because my allergies are so bad or i haven't been able to see my mom and dad you know because of covet and now i can't even go outside so my mental health is so much
"asthma attack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"Trouble in terms of deficiencies so to go a little deeper on that and speaking of deficiencies and walk us through what some of the most common ones that you see are and what are the supplements that you most often used with kids even in the short term to help correct those. Because i think like most kids aren't gonna want to do what i do which is to try to get most from food and i eat wrought liberal eight lots of sardines and my kids actually will eat those things now. We five-year-old recently told me sardines are my life but most kids don't start there so in the short term like what are some of the most common deficiencies that you see. And what are some of the supplements you turn to most often. Oh nice. I'm going to recruit your son to be one of my patients so we always how i listed out an i write about this in the book and i've created a chart because it's it is different when we're getting started versus the long term roadmap supplements and the first thing. I always tell families is if you don't know what you're doing with supplements actually would rather you don't do anything because you can cause harm so we wanna to. We want to know what we're doing. And when i'm starting supplements start one at a time for five days before starting the next one because we can have treat supplements just like treat medications. You can have reactions good or bad and we wanna know what the child reacted to. So the first thing. I i start with a probiotic and then a digestive enzyme and then i'll add in the omega three fats in the form of either fish oil or we could do vegetarian and we wanna have those digestive enzymes. Because if we're putting fat into a gut that's inflamed that fat is gonna go right through the kids and we're going to have expensive stool and urine so then we do the omega three fats. And then we'll add in other a whole food. Supplement or a multivitamin mineral and vitamin d. If it's in the wintertime where the kids live. And then the two additional things that i talk about on a very large vases are magnesium zinc. So magnesium is the mineral that makes things relax and it it works in conjunction with calcium. And we'd get magnesium through green leafy vegetables and pumpkin seeds are another biggies. Most of our kids are not eating adequate amounts per day. And when it comes to constipation is one of the things. When i started to understand about nutrition and i realize putting kids on laxatives for years at a time and never asking myself what they don't have a lack of deficiency. What are we doing and so now. The first thing we wanna do is add in magnesium. And they'll help with bowel movements in the for you know we could talk for hours about the different forms and things like that but for the purposes of this is that magnesium is going to help help things relaxed magnesium is required for over three hundred different enzymatic processes in the body it's also important for something called methylation which is what helps to produce neurotransmitters and again if we have a child. Who's on a stimulant medication for attention challenges. We always want to make sure that. They're magnesium and a lot of different medications including as the medications they deplete magnesium levels so we need even more and when magnesium and calcium work hand in hand so what happens is calcium goes into the muscle cell and it causes it contract and we have to have magnesium to stop that flood of calcium into the cell so that we get that relaxation and this is where we get our heartbeats muscle contractions so further on down the line if we can start cutting things like heart palpitations and in conventional medicine. What we will do. It's often will do things. We'll do a lot a little bit too late. So if i always think about with abba so kids who are in a serious asthma attack in there in the hospital. Icu we will give iv magnesium. And why don't we say okay. Let's look at this much earlier. On in can make sure that these kids are getting magnesium so magnesium is a really big part of you know most of the practice magnum and then zinc is the other one so zinc is we don't stores inc. and our body so we need adequate amounts throughout the throughout our life and we get zinc in a lot of like wasters clans bone broth. Things like that some vegetables. So if we're not eating those things we're not getting it and low. Lows zinc can impact our immune system. And it can impact our palate kids. Who are really picky eaters and it we developmental challenges so we always want to make sure that our kids are getting adequate amounts of zinc. So that's how i kind of lay out that way. And once we get the kids repeated and we get really strong digestion. Then we're often able to stop a lot of antibiotics. I also talk about supplements on a three to six months cycle as well and then how we look at them seasonally. You know what you're gonna do in winter versus summer is different. I've definitely heard from a lot of parents. And from the kids site as well magnesium being relatively life changing. I feel like for a lot of people because it doesn't exist like you said in our food supply in the amounts it used to even if you are eating those foods we know. From the data that our soils depleted of magnesium often so even the same foods that for our grandparents had a lot of magnesium museum might now have a fourth of the magnesium. So it's sad to think but we there are times and places when that supplementation makes a big difference. And i know in my kids. I see a big improvement when they're my knees. Em levels are optimized and that that's a big encouragement for a lot of parents if kids are having sleep issues that affects the whole family. So another endorsement for magnesium. They're absolutely this. Podcast is sponsored by juge. Red light there or also called photo bio modulation. I've been a big fan of red light therapy since researching it years ago. And i've been really grateful for my red light devices the last couple of years as i'm getting older and i want to be really proactive. About keeping my skin looking up with stress and travel i felt my skin getting less smooth and elastic than it used to be. So i my red light exposure and was able to help my skin. Stay feeling it's best. I also noticed really directly the benefits of red light for recovery. Sleep as i have gotten into more intense workouts and sleep can always be a struggle with skits. Most people don't realize that light is such a vital part of the cellular energy equation and body and red light therapy easy way to get part of this really valuable piece that we need since many of us spent so much time indoors. We often don't get enough light. 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"asthma attack" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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Climate Change Is Harming Peoples Health, ER Doctor Says
"Tell us it's an emergency medicine. Doctor at massachusetts general hospital in boston for her global warming is not some abstract future threat. I'm already seen ways in which climate change is contributing to health harms in my patients in boston today whether it's illness due to more extreme heat like an elderly man living in lower income housing without air conditioning suffering heatstroke or a young girl with repeated emergency department visits due to asthma attacks as climate change drives pollen to be higher global warming is also worsening wildfires which create smoke. That's harmful debris it's increasing the prevalence of tick and mosquito borne illnesses. And it's causing more extreme and dangerous storms. the consequences go beyond human suffering. Increased hospital admissions emergency department visits and long term treatment cost a lot of money they can fall on the individual can fall on the insurance company or the government or on the hospital system. So that means we're all bearing the burden in some way and this we have to work together to get to the root cause and reduce global
"asthma attack" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Boy died in front of me from an asthma attack. I mean that's something that is happening right now because we as a country just do not have a system where we valued lives the same way and where we are not prioritizing our children and so throughout my career as an er doc in working in public health. I've seen what the needs are when it comes to. For example the health housing is also a health issue. That the food that we eat the air that we breathe are also health issues and i think we as a society really need to look post coverted or the learnings from kovic. Even though we're still very much in this pandemic we need to see. How can we really learned a lesson so that we are not failing are most vulnerable again. When talk specifically about your own childhood you came to the us when you were seven and how that informed your decision to go into public health and in particular to focus on emergency medicine right so my parents that i immigrated from china. We were fortunate to be granted political asylum here in the us. My parents though like many immigrants worked multiple jobs but we still had trouble making ends meet by father worked in a restaurant delivering. My mother was working in a hotel cleaning while also getting a her degree so that she could. She could become a teacher which she did. She ended up teaches second for for many years in los angeles but we went through many periods where we depend on snap food stamps. We depended on public housing. Let certain points. We were experiencing homelessness ourselves and that very much shaped who i am and why i wanted to specifically enter the yard. The experience on invention of watching a child die in front of me. When i was a child by itself. I knew that. I did not want to ever be in a position where i had to turn someone away. Because of inability to pay or because of their immigration status or because of health insurance or block thereof and so that's why inter- the e arm but it was also in the yard that i saw on how much what patients need isn't just what we can. G within the walls of the hospital had another patient who was a child with asthma. But he didn't need new inhalers. He was living in an area where he was across the street from an incinerator and there were row houses that were around where he lives that we're full of mold and that's what was triggering has asthma. And so that's why. I turned to public health. And then had my dream job as health commissioner to lead the city to see what we can do about these social determinants of health. These other circumstances in people's hall that actually determine their well being and why public health can actually be a critical tool for social justice. Don't you win. you also talk in your book about the fierce anti chinese backlash in this country. Do you find as you push for mask mandates something you have been saying consistently whatever the federal government says that when you push for vaccines you get enormous pushback as a chinese american woman. Are you receiving threats now. No every time. I appear on air and people see how i look. There's something about being an asian american person a woman talking about vaccines and masks issues. That have been so charged. Ideologically that somehow that's people in a direction that's extremely harmful. I mean in you know what it's not really just about me. I mean there are so many. Api's here in the us and asians around the world who have been assaulted who have been spat upon and blame directly for the corona virus. There have been shop owners who stops have been destroyed and burned to the ground because people blame them for the buyers. I mean there is a real consequence to the words that people use when our former president for example and other allies used words like the kung flu or the china virus there. Was this insinuation that somehow people of asian descent are to be blamed for this global pandemic. That's killed so many people and understandably some people then take out their anger understandable anger and frustration but they take it out on people who look like me and this is a major problem that obviously we need everyone to help us to stop anti. Api hate to start using the correct language because language in this case really matters and i think we also need to take a stand when we're talking about for example the lab leak theory which is obviously the origin of cronin buyers. Something we need to investigate but we need to be investigating this in a scientific way not putting this into the political sphere because when we do when we make these issues. Partisan there is a direct consequence on anti-asian hate assault and violence. We want to thank you so much for being with us. Dr lena win. Emergency physician previously served as baltimore's health commissioner contributing columnist for the washington post author of the new book lifelines doctors journey and that fight for public health. This is democracy now next up. The senate voted to open debate on a one point two trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill that includes some new spending on climate and environment measures. But critics say it falls far short of what's needed.
"asthma attack" Discussed on Getting Mental
"Powerful and you know. Enormous religion The valhalla and when you go up to valhalla you arrive in the big gates in the having a face in a celebrating in. They're excited and the sharing stories and laughter and joy in and death speaking for myself. Not for anyone else. But i you know there's there's definitely a fee of dying fear of there being nothing afterwards the longest time being a teenager when i decided that it'd be agnostic. I decided that we decide in the earth. And then the flesh the flesh. The flesh was By the by the roots by the whatever the worms ryan would go nowhere and the pardon me now that maybe believes when death knocks on my door that afterwards it will be a celebration in some ways they will be a a experience in mythological experience if you will outside of my physical body and one of my friends who's a. He believes in in christianity and is christianity in his own way. Said to me that when you die. 'cause he he died before when he was asleep he had an asthma attack and died temporarily. He said that when you go to the afterlife will the plays oh heaven as you referred to it. Your every knows who you are all the bad things don all the good things all the the things in between so these things you keeping your mind of who you are in your experiences in the the northern white lies that you have. That's on the outside. And eric can see ya and our goal here on earth and other way to put it is to go to the officer life with respect in a way by doing the right thing and so the things that you've done threat you lack of any there anyway. So do your best to be a to be someone who's doing. Who does the right thing. And then you go to the afterlife or to where we believe you go off to die. We think they respect and and and to come with klay heart. And i think that was a huge distinction that changed my life about a year ago realizing that might be something afterwards and if there isn't happy with the idea that there might be as a way to live jordan. Peterson says he doesn't he doesn't live. he doesn't live as though he is a christian. He lives as though there is a god. Meaning that the mechanisms that you live by. If you believe in a higher power and afterlife you would you would engage in those behaviors and those acts and i think that's where i stand..
The Climate Crisis Is a Public Health Crisis
"Today i want to introduce you to rennie solace. She's an emergency medicine physician at massachusetts general hospital and harvard medical school. There was a patient i saw. Who was a young girl who came in with an asthma attack and it was her third one that week and her mom was just beside herself. Trying to figure out how to protect her daughter for dr solace treating. This girl meant seeing the problem through a lens that might surprise you. Climate change during the initial discussions. I hadn't really realized that pollen levels were higher because of climate change. And that's something that we've covered here on short. Before the more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere the more pollen that's produced towards the end of the visit. I recognize that. And we talk through that. And i think by me making that diagnosis of recognizing that higher pollen levels were contributing to why her daughter wasn't able to keep her disease under control allowed us to develop a treatment plan directed at that. And what did that look like. Well dr solace talked to the girl's mother about checking pollen levels online or through an app to decide with her daughter should go and play outside or whether to install an air filtration system in order to keep calling outside of the home or to make sure that the home is optimally. Weather is d- and i think also recognizing the desert treatments and so we as doctors need to think about prescribing these for our patients because not everyone can afford them and so we have to make sure that everyone has these because this is how we protect health in the era of climate
"asthma attack" Discussed on 3 Geeks and a Microphone
"Or she just had a lotta dick in her mouth. That's what they were trying to. I didn't catch that. When i used to watch it all the time as just out of sheer boredom but watching it again. I'm like who makes more sense now. Right and you're right every time you notice. They're in different cars every time they're trying to screw in the backseat the first time there in his car. It's got this huge back seat in the second time where their next to the trampoline. She says i like your buick better. It has more room in there. Even going at it on the trampoline. I'm like what the hell what's what's interesting those. If you watch that scene both wearing underwear in your life where the fuck is he hitting her at right. And you're right dudley. Comes up with no glasses look. We're all naked slammed shore insee earlier. You the New bomb was friends with that surfer guy. And he's got the two hot blondes with him her in. That's how they distract ugly by the barn shows him her shows him her tits and he starts having an asthma attack. They steal his glasses. Now he's wandering around in each stumbles upon his neighbor trying to get laid in the backseat of a car. What the hell is that. His name is like the schoolteacher. And yeah yeah. That's right xi teacher or she's like a teacher 'cause he was asking about something about school. I think if i remember right her husband was at the at the pep rally. Her husband's one of the Like the local news. Anchors the weatherman yeah towards the end when they finally all get caught or the other guy. Or whatever in the husband's coming out of just like. Where's dudley the cab car smashes into the car there in it. It's a strange things. Heads thing just happened. My clothes fell off the impact of like really. That's what i was trying to. I had a brain fart. And i was trying to think what was going where with that. And that's what i was going. My close felt.
Should Emergency Rooms Be Equipped to Deal with Addiction?
"Visits to hospital emergency departments plummeted. But a new study shows more people than ever are turning up at hospitals seeking help for drug addiction and overdoses. NPR addiction correspondent Brian Mann found many emergency doctors have struggled to respond. Emergency departments are great at treating things like chest pains and asthma attacks After the pandemic hit. A lot of those people stopped showing up at hospitals. They were scared of catching the coronavirus. But Kristin Holland, a researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, says patients experiencing addiction needed help. So desperately They kept coming. The thing that really stood out to me about all drug overdoses and opioid overdoses. Those were the only two for which we saw. An increase. Holden study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, analyzed roughly 190 million emergency room visits. The data shows even people who didn't catch the coronavirus were hit hard by the pandemic. People are indeed experiencing poor mental health, suicidal thoughts, substance use, potentially as a coping mechanism. But there's a problem. Experts say Many emergency departments aren't well staffed or trained to help patients with these kinds of problems. Dr. Mark Rosenberg is president of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Emergency physicians have always been able to treat the overdose, but we did not have tools to treat the addiction. Or the dependency. Rosenberg's organization has worked for years to convince emergency departments to improve addiction care. But he says, reform has come slowly. He points to the fact that most emergency doctors still don't use buprenorphine. It's a drug proven to help people with opioid addiction, avoid relapse. Only one third patients get medications for Opioid use disorder in the emergency department. Experts say regulatory hurdles and stigma around people with drug use disorders have kept many emergency departments from improving their addiction care. Dr Stephen Veal heads the emergency team at Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. I think there was a lot of hesitancy because it's not what we've done. It's not what I've trained in, and it seems like somebody else should do it. But I think that what finally pushed emergency physicians out of their comfort zone to do something is just the number of people that we've seen die. After a spate of overdose deaths. Three years ago, Veal changed his department using buprenorphine and also adding a new member to his team. Larry Brooks is a trained addiction counselor who now works with patients in the ER as soon as they're revived the overdose patients that comment to an emergency room They're at their most vulnerable. They're at their lowest point that they've ever experienced. You know, the you know, been dead. Or at least near dead. And brought back to life during the pandemic. Brooks Hospital has seen a new spike in drug cases, Brooke says. It's made a big difference. Having an addiction program in place. This is the best time for us. As health organization and a community as a whole. To make an impact and say, Look, somebody is here. You're not going to get kicked right back out the door and go into withdrawal and have to find something else and then be back here in two hours, But experts say emergency Department addiction programs like this are still rare. CDC researcher Kristin Holland says she hopes data from her study will convince more hospitals to change our takeaway from this is meeting people where they are and if people are coming to the emergency department for these outcomes, that's where we need to meet them. Well, death from covert 19 have dropped from their peak. The CDC has fatal overdoses nationwide keep rising with more than 220 drug day. Brian Mann NPR news
"asthma attack" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"I i was on his side and now i'm sorry to think he's being an asshole. He's trying to manipulate us trying to give her a complex and then so that he could turn around and say she's crazy and he wants to be able to dangle her like yorker around yaba. he's that's aaron whom we were only friends and he said that he didn't lie and now he's playing with the cat hair that he takes out of the brush. It's good it's very attractive. I had an asthma attack watching Got hives he's talking circles he's talking in circles and like i don't know he. He wants to have the upper hand because she always had the upper hand and now it's his turn so he said that she's jealous. He's not even allowed to order from a waitress. She's so jealous break. Do you think though that she gives him a hard time all the time i do. I think she gives him a hard time all the time. But i don't really think about other women i just. She gives him a hard time about everything. Maybe so she says and this is a quote. I'm much beautiful than you mean right. But i think that listen again. I'm not defending her. But i think that she's like going crazy because he will not like look her in the eye and be like listen. This is what this is what i want to hear from him. As just as a listener. I want him to look me tracy cornell in the i. I'm be like listen. Sarah and i used to live together right. It was two thousand twelve. We lived in this apartment. She was my roommate. I paid seven hundred. She paid seven hundred right. I was working at blah blah blah. She was a whatever. And i want him to tell me the story then. She met her boyfriend who eventually married. She moved in with him. And then like i moved here and both moved in with me. Like tell me the story. What is the backstory. What goes on. Also tell me more about what happened that night. He won't do it. He and i think he's like he won't smile anymore. Not he's says so me but tell me be like oh god so we went out for her bachelorette party was stupid. Drink eight thousand years. I wind up passing out on her couch. Her her fiance never made it home that night because he got so drunk right and i was passed out on her couch. And i had my boxers on. Because i didn't have pajamas and i was drunk and hot. I think that natalie is flipping out right. Because she just doesn't know so she has that she can't go up her own story. But that's what i'm saying like me in the eye and tell me whatever stupid stories. True no he wanted now. We can move on. But i can't move on until them. Yup okay so now no. You weren't here less because you were fired by yes. I suspected that entire houses one room. You're correct this is room. Okay so now. What separating the kitchen and dining area from the living room is a diagonal cabinet right. It's like i guess where keeps dishes or something. Okay but why is it. Why is it there diagonal. Why not just keep it open..
"asthma attack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Later Tuesday. I thank you by the meteorologist in DeVore WBZ Boston's NewsRadio putting a sunshine right now. He in Boston 32 degrees. Good morning, 7 55 on the Ring Central news line. South Shore Man is turning some drawings on his daughter's lunch box into a book, and it's making a difference. Here's a little story about Dave Corn Haber, a kind of former TV writer who still dabbles but also doodles. I'm here to tell you about the doodling See years back when Dave daughter Caylee was a young in, I would flip Hello, drawing or just a dopey joke into her lunchbox every morning, which over time turned into a serious of tales about a fictional character named Dr Hempstead, who traveled the World War. Taking in adventures, all inspired by and four days, little girl, But others took notice. Friend of mine had seen them lying around, and he asked for a copy of stand him into PDF documents and senator and then eventually just put them into these books and people bought And now the dude Lor and his book are a hit, and this is completely mind blowing to me tried never thought this would be anything that anyone except my daughter and wife would see Chris Fomin WBZ, Boston's news radio, and in case You missed it. Lots of early week action on Beacon Hill this week as well. A ton of bills and votes in the final hours of the final session of the Legislature session on the Statehouse. Some of them passed. Some of them failed and update now from WBC's Laurie Kirby, dying on the Legislative vine, a third casino in Massachusetts, along with sports betting. But seeing the light of day lowers law, named for Laura Beth Levis, who died outside of a Somerville hospitals ER during the severe asthma attack because the signs were confusing, and the Lighting poor If Governor Baker signs Laura's law, every hospital e R in Massachusetts will have to meet new statewide standards for improve signage, lighting and monitoring kick to the next session. In all likelihood.
Myths about Sulfites and Wine Busted
"Drinking red wine gives you a headache. You've probably had someone tell you. That sulfites are the likely culprit. And perhaps you've been advised to stick to white wine or organic wines or wines made in europe on the grounds that these are going to be lower in sulphites today. We're going to clear up some of the most common myths and misunderstandings about wine sulphites and headaches. I just a little background. Sofer dioxide is a chemical compound made up of sulfur and when it occurs naturally in some foods but it can also be produced a laboratory sulfite is used to preserve foods and beverages which it does by acting as an antioxidant and anti microbial antibacterial agent. They're commonly used to preserve the color and the texture of dried fruits. South has also been used in winemaking for thousands of years. Ever since the ancient romans discovered that it would keep their wine from turning into vinegar to this day winemakers use sulfur dioxide or sulphites to preserve the flavor and the freshness of wine. Now sulphites don't cause problems for the vast majority of people but about one in every hundred people is sensitive or allergic to them and if you have asthma your chances of self sensitivity are quite a bit higher about one in ten. The most common reaction to sulfites is something similar to an asthma attack. Well actually the most common reaction to sell his no reaction at all but for those who are sensitive to them. Consuming sulphites can cause breathing difficulties and less commonly hives or other allergy type symptoms. These reactions can range from so mild you might not even notice them to quite severe however headaches are not one of the symptoms associated with sulfide sensitivity. Now people who are sensitive to sulfites are well advised to steer clear of wine because it does contain sulfites but there are a ton of misunderstandings and myths about sulfites in wine. So let's see if we can clear some of these up myth number one. Is that organic or biodynamic wines are sulfite free. Almost all vintners add sulfites to wine to control. Bacteria grow in the us winds that are certified. Organic must not contain any added sulfites however sulphites are produced naturally during the fermentation process as a by product of yeast metabolism. In fact all wines contain sulfites. There's really no such thing as sulfite free wine. But the amount of sulphites can vary significantly by law winds that contain more than ten parts per million sulfite must be labeled with the words contains sulfites and there are also upper limits to how much sulfide wine can contain but the regulations vary by region in the european union. Wine can contain up to two hundred and ten parts per million sulfites in the us. The upper limit is three hundred and fifty parts per million even though no sulfites are added to organic wine. Organic wine can still contain between ten and forty parts per million sulphites. You may also see winds labeled as being made from organic grapes which is not the same thing as organic wine wine. Made from organic. Grapes may contain up to a hundred parts per million sulphites. And here's a quick tip for you if you do get a hold of some wine that is made without added sulfites. I don't suggest keeping it in the cellar for very long. Why made without sulphites especially white wine is much more prone to oxidation and spoilage and that leads us to myth number two. Which is that. Red wine is higher in sulphites from white wine. Ironically the opposite is likely to be true wines. Tend to be higher in tannin's than white wines tannin's are polyphenols that are found in the skins seeds. And the stems of the grapes and they also act as antioxidants preservatives. So less sulfite is needed when they are incorporated into the wine. In fact while those european regulations allow up to two hundred and ten parts per million sulfites in white wine the limit for red wine is only one hundred sixty parts per million other factors that affect. How much fight is needed are the residual sugar in the wine and the acidity of the wine so drier wines with more acid will tend to be lower in sulphites sweet wines and dessert wines on the other hand tend to be quite high in sulphites. So let's now tackle myth number three. Which is that sulfites in wine. Cause headaches the so called red wine headache is definitely a real thing. But it's probably not due to sulfites for one thing. White wine is higher and sulfites than red wine but less likely to cause a headache while something in red wine does seem to cause headaches and certain people it's probably not the sulphites because if it were white wine would be just as bad or worse and that suggests that it's probably something else in red wine. That's responsible for that. Notorious red wine headache and other likely candidates include history. Means tire mean tannin's not to mention the alcohol itself and in the transcript of today's show which is at quick and dirty tips dot com. I've got links to some episodes that have done in the past on histamine intolerance as well as foods and food components that can contribute to headaches and our final myth number four is that european winds are lower in sulfites than us produced wines wines sold in the us and australia carry warnings about sulphites and up until recently winds it sold in europe did not and that led many consumers to conclude that european winds are made without sulphites in fact european winds on average have the same sulfite levels as american wine. This was just a difference. In the labeling regulations in both europe and america the average glass of wine contains about ten milligrams of sulphites. That's about the same as in a handful of dried apricots. And here's an interesting piece of trivia your own cells produce about one hundred times that much just in the course of their normal metabolic activities even if you have a sulfite sensitivity however the sulphites produced in your own cells will not trigger a but if you are to sulfites. You're also gonna wanna steer clear of candy prepared soups frozen juices. Processed meats potato chips french fries and dried fruit all of which contain a much higher concentration of sulphites than wine and of. You're very very sensitive. You might also need to avoid foods like shrimp maple syrup and mushrooms which have only moderate amounts of sulphites new regulations have made it a little bit easier to avoid sulfites in foods. For example restaurants used to treat the raw vegetables in salad bars with sulfites to keep them looking fresh. And there'd be nothing to warn sulfite sensitive diners and you know servers. If asked were not always reliable sources of information but now restaurants and grocery stores can no longer add sulfites to fresh foods packaged foods that contain sulfites above a certain low threshold must include that information on the label. However if you don't have sensitivity there doesn't seem to be much reason to worry about sulfites in foods or wines. According to the fda sulphites are not. Teratogenic mutagenic or carcinogenic. And that means they don't cause cancer or birth defects if you're not allergic or sensitive to them. They're unlikely to do you any harm. So you like your dried apricots soft and orange instead of stiffen brown. You can go for it and if you get a headache after drinking red wine don't go blaming those sulphites
Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"
"Bryan cranston. The star of amc's breaking bad returns to series television for the first time since that show left. The air in a new showtime miniseries called your honor which begins on sunday. Cranston plays a new orleans. Judge whose life is torn apart after his teenage son gets into some sudden and very serious trouble are tv critic. David be cooley. Has this review bryan. Cranston had played the goofy dad on the fox sitcom malcolm in the middle then. Redefined himself brilliantly as walter white. The meek high school chemistry teacher in breaking bad. What made walter break. Bad was the sudden news that he had contracted terminal cancer leading to a series of increasingly momentous decisions. In the new showtime miniseries. Your honor cranston returns to series tv playing another character who gets some sudden life changing news. This time he plays. Michael desio a compassionate judge in new orleans and a single parent raising his teenage son after the death of his wife a year ago in an unexpected tragedy. On the day of that saturday anniversary the sun adam played by hunter. Doohan experiences an unexpected tragedy of his own after leaving flowers at the convenience store where his mother was an innocent bystander. Shot by robbers has an asthma attack while driving away he searches for his inhaler on the passenger seat and as he takes his eyes off the road he slams into a motorcycle driven by another teenager. Adam after returning home tells his father what happened next. Where did this happen. Okay okay so would be the new hospital. Then the emeralds. Taken to what in new orleans and i don't know well the police must have sex. Overweight drove away before the tried to can give you called nine hundred time to try to at least yes or no please. I could breathe okay. I got you guys. This ten part series begins like the. Hbo mini series the night of following a young man. He descends deeper and deeper into a horrifying spiral of accidents and consequences that engrossing 2016 mini series was created by peter moffett who adapted it from his own british series. Moffitt is the adapter of your honor as well but this time he's not working from his own story showtimes. Your honor is his new version of a twenty seventeen. Israeli drama called ca- votto which has the same basic plot and is available of sample on youtube but for this adaptation for the united states. The location is changed in new orleans and other elements are given an american spin from police brutality. To local criminal activity one thing stays the same though. And it's thing that makes your honor so gripping from the start the father doing the right thing as both a judge and a citizen escorts his son to the police station to turn them in with an explanation but when he gets there he sees the father of the victim and recognizes him as a powerful local mob boss. All of a sudden the judge realizes that to turn his son in would be to signed his death warrant so from that point on. What is the right thing to do. And how many people does he have to enlist or deceive to do it. There's a certain flavor of breaking bad this because we're essentially put in the position of sympathizing with and rooting for a person who's breaking and avoiding the law but that's not a complaint because breaking bad may be the best tv drama series ever made and bryan cranston once again crafts a marvelously nuanced and empathic performance. And in your honor. He's not alone. The executive producers in addition to moffitt in cranston include robert and michelle king the talented creators of the good wife. So both the characters and the legal twists are fully drawn hundred. Doohan as the judge's son has the same relatable acting skills cranston and needs to since he carries most of the show's opening our and other riveting characters and actors abound michael stool barred from. Tv's fargo plays. The mob boss and hope davis plays his wife as very fierce and involved sort of carmela soprano to his tony and while margo martindale from justified in. The americans doesn't show up as the judges mother-in-law until episode four. Wow is she worth the wait. The writers on your honor include moffitt himself and the directors include clark johnson. An actor and director way back on homicide life on the street and edward. Berger who did a marvelous job directing another showtime miniseries patrick metros showtime provided only four of the ten episodes of your honoring advance. Each one. both impressed and surprised me and made me hungry to see the next cranston's michael ziada is smart enough to think on his feet and almost every scene requires him to do just that to avoid exposure endanger and to protect his only son whatever the repercussions to others the series title. Your honor isn't just the judge's work title. it's also at the center of the show. When it comes to your family would you do to save them. And what effect will that have upon your moral code your relationships with others and your honor
Asthma Gets No Respect
"Hopefully i don't die of asthma. Because i have that is mostly under control but you know flares up every now as get a lot of respect out here though as far as diseases go. Asthma doesn't get cancer love in these streets. These commercials merchandise celebrity endorsements none of that. There's no asthma walks because everybody would have asthma attacks. People think asthma's hilarious. When i pull out my inhaler front of my friends i might as well pull out aqazadeh. Weighty laughed at me
Many Latino voters in Nevada are worried about the climate
"In Nevada, about twenty percent of voters are Latino and a growing number are deeply concerned about climate change. A recent poll found that almost half the states Latino voters say they were personally affected by climate change. In the last year, we look at it as not only amateur the environment we're also looking at ESA health aspect. Rudy Zamora's with Chiesa Nevada program of the League of Conservation voters. He says many Latinos know firsthand how rising temperatures can worsen other problems for example, care pollution. How does the climate change impact our communities health? How does that impact the way that our children are breeding? For Zamora the concern about air quality is personal about two years ago. His young son suffered a frightening asthma attack. It was so bad that his son went into respiratory failure and cardiac arrest. and. He says, his son is not the only one to have such severe problems. Many people in the community struggle with asthma. So, with the November elections approaching cheese Bene- VADA encourages Latinos to compare candidates positions on the environment and then vote. Climate is going to be one of the top priorities on why we go out and vote.
David Lammy On Why Climate justice can't happen without racial justice
"I've got to stop by admitting that in many. Me Giving a talk about how climate action can help black communities is surprising. I grew up whole black with a single mother in Psalm. One of the most deprived areas in London in the nineteen seventies and s climate change was the last thing on my mind. Representing Tottenham. Its member of parliament for the past twenty years my focus has been on trying to reduce the deprivation I grew up around in the past the climate crisis never featured at the forefront of my politics because it was never one of the most immediate. Constituents facing or at least it didn't feel like it. Rising sea levels feel unimportant when your bank balance is falling. Global, warming is not your concern when you can't pay the heating bills and you're not thinking about pollution when you're being stopped by the police and so perhaps this is why as the black lives matter movement roared across the world that's been so dimension saving black lives from the climate emergency. The too long those of us who cared about racial justice treated environmental justice is that was elitist and at the same time, the leaders who did focus on climate change we usually white and rarely bothered to enlist the support of black voices in their work. Even Progressive Allies sometimes took votes to granted and assume that all community didn't care or wouldn't understand the truth is the opposite is true. Black people breathe in the most toxic air relative to the General Population We are more likely to suffer from respiratory diseases like asthma. And it is people of color who are more likely to suffer in the climate crisis. This is no coincidence. The cheapest housing tends to be next to the busiest roads and many of the lowest paid jobs are the most pollutant industries. People of color consistent deny the bottom of the housing educational and Employment Ladders. This story connects black communities across the world from London to lay goes to La black-americans are exposed to fifty six percent more pollution than they course white Americans breed seventeen percent less air pollution, the May produce. It gives a whole new meaning to the black lives matter slogan I breath we all right. We know the name of George Floyd who was murdered by the police, but we should also know the name of eloquently Deborah. Ella a nine year old mixed race girl from southeast London was killed by fatal asthma attack evidence suggested was caused partly by the unknow fool levels of air pollution near her home. And it's not only urban areas where black lives are disproportionately under threat from climate change. My parents had country of Guyana is one of the most vulnerable countries on earth to the effects of climate. Change. So far, gladys contributed relatively little to the climate emergency, but it's one of the country's facing the most serious threats from it. While the annual carbon dioxide emissions beheaded the United States is a staggering sixteen point. Five metric tons in Guyana is just two point six, it is a patton repeated. The Globe those countries that have contributed least the climate breakdown mainly in the global south will suffer the most from floods droughts and rising temperatures. This is a patent suffering with a long history. The exploitation of our planet's natural resources of always been tied the exploitation of people of Color. The logic of colonization was to extract valuable resources from our planet through force paying no attention to its secondary effects. The climate crisis is in a way colonialism's natural conclusion. The solution is to build a new coalition made up of older groups most affected by this emergency black people in American cities who are already protesting that they cannot breathe. People of Color in Ghana, watching sea levels rise to the point where many of their homes become uninhabitable young people in places like Tottenham London afraid of the world they will grow older and progressive allies from all nations of all races, religions, creeds, and ages on this side. All demanding recognition that climate justice is linked to racial justice, social justice and intergenerational justice to
How Tear Gas Affects The Body And Why It's Dangerous During This Pandemic
"Tear gas. I started seeing all the reports of law enforcement using tear-gas all over the country all. Julius protest after protest. I saw the photos of the the white smoke coming up. Videos of protesters, desperately washing out there is. People are choking gasping for air. Volga. tear-gas clearly makes it hard to breathe. Very Soul what bench march from whatever was an I just thought. What exactly's tear-gas. It doesn't seem like a good idea to us in the middle of a respiratory pandemic. Back streets as protesters picking up some of those canisters. Throw them back at police. Unprecedented Street. We actually have any science about whether it's safe or not. So Lisa set out to answer those questions. That's when I started talking to researchers and scientists and really getting a sense that. The combination of the way that tear gas is being used in these protests, the huge quantities the frequency with which it's used the way police are using Ed is really a cause for concern. Today on the show why using tear-gas could be especially dangerous right now during a respiratory pandemic, and how some law enforcement tactics could be making its impact, even worse I'm reporter Emily Quang, and this is short wave, the daily science podcast from NPR. So as far as I understand, tear gas is a term that's broadly applied to describe a set of chemicals right, and these are liquid chemicals in. It's not actually a gas right, so the term tear gas is confusing because different people use them in different ways, scientifically speaking tear-gas refers to several different chemicals that make your skin burn that make it hard to breathe. It's really painful stinging. The way that the CDC refers to tear gas and the way that law enforcement refers to tear gas sometimes they're referring to a broader set of chemicals, but in general, yes, tear gas is actually a tiny liquid droplets, and my story focused on the most common type of tear gas used by law enforcement in the US, and that is a chemical called. See US and see us. How is it designed? How does it work so it's designed to cause pain and. The description I got from a scientist. WAS THAT CIS? Gas triggers a particular pain receptor in your body. It's the same receptor that's triggered when you eat with Sabi, but it's much more powerful. If you take that stinging sensation from eating with Sabi and multiply it by up to a hundred thousand fold that is how much more powerful CS is. It sounds incredibly disorienting. How of those you've interviewed described hit by tear gas. What that experience was like? Yeah? I I mean I. Personally am very lucky and have never been exposed to tear gas, but the various protesters I interviewed. They describe this incredible feeling of fear and helplessness. Your eyes are burning. Your nose is running. Your mouth hurts, and you have trouble breathing, so you can't see you're in pain, and you're having trouble catching a breath and you feel like you're choking. This one protester I interviewed was part of this protest in Philadelphia that got a lot of media coverage, and at one point she was in a part of this highway that ran partially underground, so what was the stark semi-enclosed space and with tear-gas got in there? Everyone panicked. You know they couldn't see everything hurt and they were trying to run away, but there was really nowhere to run, and she said that she actually feared for her life. She feared that in the panic she would get trampled and she did actually get bruised all over because people were stopping her as they were running away. So as you look to tear gas from a medical standpoint, what it does to the body and one of the things that you discovered is that tear? Gas has a big impact on the lungs. Can you tell me about that? Right so one of the things scientists told me is that when you inhaled tear gas? You're going to start wheezing and coughing and that means that your lungs are working hard to try and get rid of this. Tear gas, so it doesn't have the same amount of strength or the same reserve to fight off any additional infections you might get and that could make people who've inhaled tear gas more susceptible to getting the corona virus. Particularly, if they already have asthma or some other respiratory condition, because they are already at higher risk to catching infections, like influenza or the common cold, and so the fear is that tear? Gas could trigger an asthma attack, or further weakened the body's ability to fight off Covid, nineteen rights and the tear gas. It also weakens the demonstrators protections against the krona virus, because it changes the way people are moving around in a crowd, it creates chaos. Yes, and this is one of the things that public health professionals are worried about is a lot of protesters are doing the responsible thing by wearing masks during the protest, but as As soon as you hit with tear gas, you're trying to breathe as much as possible because you're gasping for air and at that point instinctively you're gonNA. Take off the mask to try and get some fresh air and when you do that, you're going to be coughing because you're trying to get rid of the tear gas in your lungs, and we all know that coughing is one of the things that spreads cove it, so there's a lot of fear that people who have the corona virus spider as dramatic as they're coughing while trying to deal with tear-gas that they're spreading the disease among other protesters in the crowd From your reporting looking at protests around the country I'm wondering to what patterns you've seen with. How tear gas is being used by law enforcement. We've seen it used in different ways, but a pattern that we've seen is that. The police are often using a lot of tear gas. They are using it in quick succession, and it's that combination of the sheer volume of tear gas, and sometimes it's being used in situations when the protesters are trapped in an area and can't get away like we've seen in Philadelphia and that really compounds the dangers and risks of tear gas right, so it's not just that it's being used. It's how it's being used, and how often right so? Tear gas comes in a variety of forms, and there are different tactics and tools that police can use. They can spray it from cans. They can shoot canisters filled with tear gas, and there are some manufacturers for example that will sell grenades that not only does it expel tear-gas there's also bright lights, loud noise to further cause confusion and make the protesters tried to disperse. There's also a type of product called a triple
Israelis And Palestinians Are Quarantined Together In Hotel Corona
"About two hundred people Israelis Palestinians religious non religious all recovering from covert nineteen all forced to live together in a hotel in Jerusalem until they're not contagious anymore the patients call it hotel corona it's all being taped and people at home are tuning in including NPR's Daniel Estrin the very first guests to arrive at hotel corona is nineteen year old are you sure I will shop she's a janitor at a hospital that's where she caught the virus more and more guests check into the hotel and one evening she hears dinner announced over the hotel PA system it will basically yeah and she looks for people to sit with their religion Jewish was together she sees the religious Jews or with the other religious Jews the secular with the secular and the R. was together I usually grew up in a Bedouin city in the desert she knows about sticking with your own kind but she lands on an older religious Jewish couple im Rahmen genome Amman they was laughing all the time so I chose them I'm not sure what the knowledge that she might not I'm I'm sixty six it's been a couple decades serving in the army he told me he thinks he got the corona virus as orthodox synagogue in infected his wife so they sit together and eat and then they sing together one of the key PA one in Asia yeah this simple act is unusual in a country where Jews and Arabs tend to live separately I should document sis on her phone which began happening a lot this hotel corona people filming themselves dancing sunbathing together the images go viral and get picked up by the Israeli news I she says she starts having conversations she's never had before I asked them about them religion like above the Jewish people like why when the women get married she started to cover her hair and wide the guys wearing Vicky bug and they explain me aloft the Jews in the hotel ask heard the most sensitive questions that a Palestinian citizen of Israel can face like do you consider yourself more Israeli or Palestinian but the question here felt friendly genuinely curious they didn't judge me like I am IBM I most of them I am that no I am human that you can talk to me like there is no difference between us but then there are fraught moments too like when I was walking back to her room and the guy collapsed he's looks like a Vincent van Gough he's gone to Pailin bearded an orthodox Jew now having an asthma attack on the hallway carpet I usually rushes to help the wonders am I allowed to touch him like I am mom moves them I maybe I'm I cannot talk to him I cannot touch him maybe if she helps him he'll be offended so she calls the medics but until they can get on the protective equipment and enter the hotel they need her to step in and I ask give them medical what I have to do do you think you saved his life actually maybe I
Irish Researchers Make Breakthrough That May Improve Asthma Treatment Options
"And this could be a big breakthrough for people with asthma a study out of Ireland found that a bacteria fighting protein could be behind some asthma attacks the protein is called caspase eleven researchers from Trinity College in Dublin hope the discovery may lead to better treatment
Geodes: A Look Inside
"Welcome. Back to peace out stories for calming down and relaxation. I'm Chanel last time. We talked about little pebbles and the changes that they go through starting a rough piece of rock and then maybe breaking off and into a small smoothies round pebble over time. Some things might take a long time a lot of waiting what we're going to talk about today but before we start wanted to share a kindness story from Caitlyn I caitlyn today. I'll tell you about somebody who's very very kind to me. I was at recess outside. So that's when my asthma attack? I need to somebody to go to office with me. But nobody would go bumped into grace and when I asked her she would go to the office with me. She was so kind she automatically said yes. Race was always there for me and she's a very kind and funny Fran so grace jail. Listen to this I wanNA say thank you for all the tough times you helped me. Thank you Kaitlyn. Gray Steph. Sound like a very thoughtful friend. Thank you for sharing and helping us to shine a light on the great people in our lives that do kind things make our world a happier and more positive place if you'd like to tell us about a time when someone did something kind for you. Send your recording to peace out at
Grant Baldwin on How to Find & Book Speaking Gigs
"Graham Baldwin is the founder of the Speaker Lamp Dot Com. I've known grand for about about seven years now and not only. Is He an incredible public speaker in public speaking coach. But he's a fantastic teacher. This is why I'm so excited. Have Him as as against teacher on today's show he's GonNa give you so punch values going to give you what you need to make sure you're successful as a speaker now. If if you want to get the most out of today's lesson take some notes. He's going to be dropping a lot of value a quick story about grand before I handed over to him. I know grant personally as a friend. And I've seen him on stage keynote events in front of thousands and even though he's a dynamic speaker on stage. He's hilarious. No he's he's really funny. Actually an incredibly valuable to the event on a personal level grant is sort of an introvert. He's not extroverted by nature. So it goes to show so you can be a great public speaker even if you're not extroverted gray embraces his introverted self and he doesn't change and this is what I love about him is. He's a skillful speaker. He's entertaining but he doesn't feel compelled to be this bombastic character in real life so without further ado. I'm GONNA pass it onto the Grand Baldwin to teach you the five steps to find and book speaking gigs taken away grant. Hey what's up everybody. This is Graham Baldwin founder of the speaker lab host of Collab- PODCAST and author of the new book. The successful speaker five steps for booking gigs getting paid and building your platform. So today I will be teaching you through the speaker success. Assess roadmap all right. So let's get down to business so the speaker success roadmap is going to make the acronym speak S. P. A. K.. This is a five step process S. for finding and booking gigs so the first one s is select a problem to solve select a problem to solve. This is where you need to answer a couple of key questions number one is who it is that you want to speak to who it is that you WANNA speak to. You cannot try to speak to everyone. This is a mistake that a lot of speakers and entrepreneurs make is that we think we can just speak to anybody. That just doesn't work so if I were to ask you who do you speak to. You don't want to say who do you want me to speak to or I speak to humans or speak to people like that doesn't work. You have to be very specific specific and clear about who it is that you want to speak to now even if you said well grant I speak to women okay. That's awesome but that's still like half of the world's population so you really want to be narrow and clear about who it is that you speak to the second part of the equation is. What is the problem that you solve for that audience? What's the problem that you saw for that audience? One of the things you have to remember is that as a speaker you are in the problem solving business just because you care about a problem just because you think it should matter to other people doesn't necessarily make it so so just because you're interested in it doesn't mean organizations are group's actually hire speakers to talk about that so there has to be this overlap between what you're interested in what you're passionate about and what organizations innovations actually book speakers to come in and speak about. What's the problem that they can solve for that audience so again remember you are in the problem solving business now? One of the things we tell our speakers or students all the time is that you want to be positioned as a steakhouse and not a buffet steakhouse and Nada. Here's what I mean by that. So imagine if you you and I we're going to go grab lunch later. Grab dinner by the heat and we're looking for a really good steak. We have a choice we could go to a buffet where steak is one of one hundred different things that they offer or we could go to a steakhouse where steak is all that they do and they are the best at it right. They don't do LASAGNA. They don't do pizza. They don't do Tacos they don't do anything else there but steak and they are really really good at stake. That's the type of place that we want to go to. That's the type of place that you want to be as speaker. Here's another way to think about this. Let's imagine that God forbid that you had to have brain surgery okay. Let's hope that you don't blessed that you did. You got a choice you can go to your local family doctor. Where they you're a doctor? They went to medical school. They probably took a class on surgery. They probably know a little bit more about the brain than you and I do. There are smart person or an educated person. But I don't know that they've done brain surgery or or you could go to the person that is a brain surgeon. That's all they do day in and day out. All I do is brain surgery if you break your arm. I'm not your person if you have a cough. I'm not your doctor. If you have asthma attack not the person to go to but if you have brain issue I am the best now. It's counterintuitive because we feel like in order to get the most possible gigs. We need to spread the net as far and wide as possible. More people I could speak to audiences I can talk to the more problems. I can solve the more topics I can speak about the more potential opera -tunities that I have but the opposite is actually the case the more narrow the more specific more clear the more focused. You are the easier it it is to find and book gigs. So remember here. You want to be the steakhouse and not to the buffet. You want to be the steakhouse the buffet. You WanNA solve a specific problem for a specific audience audience and not try to do all things for all people if I ask you who do you speak to you and you say well I speak to humans as Okay what do you speak about. Well what do you want me to talk about. I can talk about anything thing like that doesn't work remember. The first step here is select a problem to solve all right. The second part of the process is you need to prepare your talk doc. Prepare your talk. You know what the problem is now. Let's talk about the solution. What's the Louis Solution that you're going to bring to the table as speaker for this for this problem now? This could be in. The form of a keynote could be a workshop. It could be a seminar. Could be a breakout but you need to begin to think through what the talk is going to be about. And how you're going to solve this. It's now one of the the best tips I can give you whenever you're working on. Your presentation is US stories. Lots and lots and lots of stories if I said right now. Okay I want to tell you a quick story a you immediately as a human are drawn in. You have no idea where the story is GonNa go. Is this going to be funny. Is this going to be sad is going to be entertaining. Is this going to be interesting. It's going to be boring. No clue but we are drawn to story. We WanNa know where a story is going to go so one of your best weapons one of the simplest things that you can do is to tell a lot of stories. I'll I'll tell you a story I'd leave you hanging. I've noticed that whenever I pick up my daughter take her every Wednesday night to our local church youth group and so whenever I pick her up after church and we're driving home and as a good data. I'm trying to ask her like. Hey what did you guys talk about tonight with the youth pastor. Talk about what you learn and oftentimes even though she just laughed. She just heard him speak it shows. I think you talked about you. Know Friendship or docked about forgiveness or something like that you'll talk about these like one word kind of which part of it may be just a teenage girl. Nothing but the other thing that I've noticed issue saying Oh he told the story Oh he told the story about Da Da da and she can recite the whole story but she can't remember all the the other little the things that may have been discussed so people also remember stories. We remember what they talk about. Because again humans relate to stories so we have selected problem solve. We have prepare hair your talk. The E is establish yourself as the expert. Establish yourself as the expert now to do this need to key marketing tools number. One is you need a website. Now you know if you're listening to this podcast if you don't have a website you don't exist people won't take you seriously. You have to have a website a website also as a personal brand. I recommend that you use your name as the domain so I have grant Baldwin Dot Com. People are interested in hiring grant they come to grant ball dot com in fact having your name as domain is so important that actually purchased the domain for my wife and all three of my daughters and now I'm squatting on those until they need them someday and then I'm GonNa Sela Ah back to them at an exorbitant rate. Some pretty excited about that so you have to have a website. The second thing you need to have. Is You need a demo video. You need a demo video now. What exactly is a demo video so think of this like a movie trailer a movie is you know? Let's say ninety minutes long two hours long. They take that they boil it down to two or three minutes and within those two or three minutes you have an idea the plot the theme the characters all of that and the point of the demo video and the point of the movie trailer is to make you want to see more. Make you want to see more so you need to have that demo video because if you want someone to take you seriously if you want someone to put their name on the line and put their reputation on the line and hire you that they need to see something. They don't need to see the entire talk but they need to see something that gives them comfort and confidence when booking you that they've done their due diligence that they know that you are a good fit for their event. She need a website so you need a demo video fourth step. A acquire paid speaking gig acquire paid speaking gig. Now you may be listening. Grant Omar. I thought wait a minute This is the whole point like I want a book speaking gigs right but again I want. Let's go all the way back here. You need to do these sequentially. Do you understand now why you need to do these orders if you say. Hey I just just want to book gigs awesome. Who Do you speak to just talked to anybody and everybody okay? What do you speak about? I can speak about anything. That's not gonNA work. That's not going to work as a speaker. That's not going to work as an entrepreneur manure so once you're clear on who you speak to and then once you're clear on what you speak about was the problem that you saw. Have you have your talk ready. You've prepared your message Once you have your marketing materials awesome place your website your demo video then as the part where you start marketing now again. This is the part where you're just getting started. You're starting to take some action here because what the the mistake is that. A lot of speakers make is our website. I got my video and now I just sit back and wait for the phone to ring. That doesn't work. Don't make that mistake. You want to continue to moved the ball
Can 'Hypoallergenic' Dogs Still Trigger Allergies?
"With the appeal of all cuddles and no allergic reactions. HYPOALLERGENIC allergenic dogs. Seem like the obvious choice for animal lovers who are somehow sensitive to those wet noses and wagging tails but are these hypoallergenic dogs. Too good to be true. Do the truth is many specific breeds of pups. Touted as hypoallergenic. Don't shed for. And because of this trait some breeders promise. These dogs won't trigger or any allergies at all except they can so what gives. It's not actually a dogs for that's responsible for humans allergic reactions. It's what stuck on on. The further causes our sneezing. Asthma attacks people who are allergic to dogs and cats too. For that matter are triggered by protein in the animal's saliva and urine brin that sticks to the animals for and skin when a dog sheds fur and Dander or dry skin flakes. That allergy inducing protein is released into the air. That's why nonshedding breeds tend to lessen allergic reactions in humans. No shedding means fewer of those allergy. Inducing proteins are released but no dog breed entirely hypoallergenic. It's marketing term more than a medical term but while hypoallergenic may be fluff term. Having a nonshedding breed is totally helpful for people that have allergies. And who want a dog to the American Kennel Club reports that many less allergenic breeds do produce less dander this paired with the fact that these dogs don't shed make several breeds a good fit for people prone to allergies including Afghan hounds. Irish Water Spaniels Maltese poodles Portuguese water dogs Schnauzers and mixes of the above on the other hand. Some breeds can produce more of that protein and shed more Labrador Labrador retrievers for example can quote wreak havoc on your allergies according to the American Kennel Club. That said it's not a one-size-fits-all solution. We we spoke with Melanie. CARVER vice president of community health for the asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. She said some people with a dog. Dander allergy may be less reactive live or have less symptoms to Dander from certain breeds. Allergy testing cannot determine which breeds may work better for you than others the only way to determine if you can tolerate being around a certain breed is to have direct repeated exposure to a dog and see how your body reacts while the typical signs of pet allergies may seem obvious confusing scratchy throat or itchy eyes several lesser known symptoms can also appear. If you're doing a test with pup be on the lookout for facial pressure and pain seen a swollen blue tinted skin beneath your eyes and excessive coughing. These symptoms are similar to allergies caused by hay fever. There caused by inflammation of nasal passages other allergic reactions can affect the skin resulting in hives. EXA and general itchiness. In the most serious cases pet allergies she's can also contribute to asthmatic reactions like chest tightness wheezing difficulty breathing and trouble sleeping. Many pet allergy warning signs resemble symptoms of a regular cold symptoms last beyond two weeks are likely allergies and therefore a red flag in some severe cases. It's impossible to find a dog. UGH that doesn't trigger allergies but more often than not a few trials can lead to the perfect up. Breed plays the biggest role but several other factors such as dogs size can help help or hurt. Allergy prone owners big dogs produced more Dander and Saliva for instance in small dogs are simply easier to bathe and groom frequent in grooming which is required for any nonshedding. Dog is one way to stay ahead of allergies. Another recommendation is setting ground rules when it comes to lounge time. The American Kennel clubs suggests keeping pets off the bed and washing their pet beds regularly. It also recommends ditching heavy carpets and drapes. That are known to trap and hold onto Dander carver also suggests brushing and grooming your pet outside vacuuming regularly and washing your hands and changing clothes after playing with your pup it's not All Doom and gloom for those who have pet allergies several types of medicines can help owners further manage their allergy symptoms over the counter in a histamine. Help relieve itching sneezing and runny nose news. While nasal sprays can help reduce inflammation doctors may also prescribe stronger medications for patients who have both asthma and allergies and other allergy the treatment options including immunotherapy which is a series of allergy shots and nasal irrigation like an anti pot. But hey humans aren't the only ones who have have dander allergies. Dogs can to Human Dander to
13-year-old Broadway star Laurel Griggs dies of asthma attack
"A tragic loss on Broadway laurel Griggs who starred as Ivanka in once the musical has died at the age of thirteen a post on Facebook by her grandfather says her death was due to a massive asthma attack Greg's made her debut on Broadway in the year two thousand thirteen along Scott along side Scarlett Johannson in a production of cat on a hot tin roof she starred as Ivanka in once for nearly a year and a half making her the longest running actress to play that
13-year-old Broadway star Laurel Griggs dies of asthma attack
"Mourning the loss of a young Broadway star laurel Greg's suffered what her grandmother described as a massive asthma attack she made her Broadway debut in the musical once at the age of six was in cat on a hot tin roof along side Scarlett Johannson starred in the film cafe society with Steve Carell and Kristen Stewart and she voiced several characters in the Nickelodeon animated kids series bubble guppies a remembrance service being held for her today laurel Grieg's was