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Does Size Matter When It Comes To Health

Diet Starts Tomorrow

05:06 min | 2 months ago

Does Size Matter When It Comes To Health

"Dr Stanford is an obesity medicine, physician, scientists, educator and policymaker at Massachusetts General. Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She also lectures at Brown and Teaches Med students at Harvard. Hello, and welcome well. Thanks for having me. It's an absolute delight to be here today with both of you. We're just we're the most accomplished person ever had this podcast like I cannot even begins. Batum were all you have. You guys are the best and this is. This is what I need to me through the rest of the day as I conquer the world. Yeah! We're honored that you made have the time the time to come talk to us just a little, so thank you so much. Did I get all of that right? You did I I. Guess What I can do is explain it to people because people are kind of like is all of that absolutely so? I'm obviously a mathematician, so the MD is the easiest part I think to understand on my completed my masters in public health nineteen years ago, so it shows you that I'm older than I appear. And that was in health policy management. My masters impose ministration was from the Harvard. Kennedy School, government and government. Currently working on my MBA executive MBA, so that hasn't quite made it to the end of my name, but I may lead US next year. Let me tell you guys. We'll have more to talk about. The the all the that you see after not team for fifteen, but it is nice that it goes with that, so those are all fellowships, so my fellow of the ANC, which is the American Academy pediatrics I'm a fellow of American College of Positions. American college positions represents all Physicians for adult so internal medicine, a fellow of the American Heart Association so basically. I'm looking at cardio metabolic health and being the fellow in the American Heart Association what represents that and then a fellow in the obesity society. Society which is the F. Toss? So you know these fellowships come you know after having accomplished in those different on areas domain, so I see children I see adults I work in this kind of Cardio Metabolic, health space obviously as obesity medicine physician I work in that space, so it really is a combination of kind of who I am, and just looking at Vegas, the letters that come after my name really talks to the work that I really care about and working with my patients patients across the wall. That's amazing. Wow -gratulations. What inspired you study obesity. One of the things that I was always very concerned about as a black one in a black woman who was born and raised in Atlanta Julie obviously in Boston is that's where mastermind Harvard are? I'm I was really. Perplexed I think is the word I WANNA. Use about the disproportionate impact obesity on communities of color particularly I'm the black community. That was what really brought me to this work, so if you go back twenty years ago, I think you've as you're in your twenties for twenty years ago. When I was doing my m H, you're not okay. Across. Our loved anyways Oh! That's Cute I. Love it still have you guys by? Decades! but one of the things I was really interested in seeing was like. I felt like there was a lot that we weren't doing to understand why. Obesity obesity disproportionately impacted certain groups and the groups that are more likely to kind of tackle these issues or the people that are representative, so those scripts so as a black woman and the group that is most disproportionately impacted by obesity I felt compelled to really approach and tackle this headline, so the projects that I was doing back at emory school of Public Health, back in ninety nine two thousand etc, We're looking at specifically obesity in the black community one project I was doing was. Was Looking at obesity in the Black Church community was looking at obesity among African, American, adolescent girls and one was looking at obesity within those that are law resources within the wick programs. It'll women's and children's for Ram, and how could we fix their Their plight in terms of recognizing that we can in some ways with the limited resources that they may have available to enhance their role house. So this was something that was kind of lingering. I didn't anticipate that I would choose obese medicine. 'cause that was not a field when I was twenty years ago. It really was not a field. There was no board certification in obesity medicine. The first Brit sort of patients directly. No Be Madison didn't start until two thousand well, which was well after I finished medical school, but I can tell you I was on. Call in the pediatric ICU when I was in residency and I as internal medicine pediatrics and I literally just googled obesity in medicine at about two thirty in the morning after I just intimated three kids in the ICU in a new. I was going to sleep at nights. I figured I'd just need to keep myself busy. And, the fellowship here at Mass General at Harvard popped up and I was like. What is this? You know I I really interested in obesity. I had no idea there was a fellowship, indeed the first ship and so I came and I spent three years. Doing a fellowship dedicated to understanding the disease of obesity.

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What Ghost

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:04 min | 6 months ago

What Ghost

"Welcome to kids miss and mystery. Sign your host kit crumbs all this week. We've been talking about and researching psychics clairvoyance paranormal things with crystal balls and Ouija boards. Next week we start Wednesday with interviews with a psychic and clairvoyant and I thought since clairvoyance talk to spirits it only appropriate that today I provide you with a real ghost story. Let me tell you finding a real ghost story. It can be as simple as going to the library or bookstore but the ghost story. I'll read today. Came to me from an individual with what I can only call real life experience as you listen. Keep in mind that I'm reading. Someone else's encounter with the ghost mildly contribution to the tail is traditional editing. I found necessary. Otherwise the words make up. The story are all authors who assured me are all true and because she was simply writing about her encounter. There will be no title to the story. Here we go ellen. Richmond rides about her encounter with the ghost as follows. The room was small behind attached to a store that sold all things. What got the curtains were pulled shut on the only two windows but only partially blocked out the light in the middle of the room was around table and six chairs one was more like thrown or the medium would sit. We were instructed to hold hands. There were no candles know. Incense the room was bare. Except for the table and chairs. We were five childhood friends on the verge of college. We'd lost one. Recently Billy had drowned. We'd pooled our money and sought out Madam Hester. She reminded me of my grandmother and more the face. A thousand lives with no attempt to hide wrinkle. Silver Hair tied back tight. She spoke with smokers voice. We were instructed to remain silent until contact was made at which time each of us could ask one question beginning with me and moving clockwise. She made it clear we were to ask a single simple question. Batum Hester unlike a TV medium didn't chant or roller head from left to right and when she made contact she didn't nod the only indication of contact when she spoke. And it was billy's voice. We all exchange looks of amazement. What is Your Question Ellen? When Billy's voice spoke my name I felt lightheaded but managed to ask. What was your favorite form of transportation? Matama Hester was sitting. Ramrod-straight is fixed on the center of the table. I think I was holding my breath until billy answered my question my bicycle. That was it a two word answer. Jesse was next and ask if billy like math. We all knew that he hated math. This time his answer was a single syllable. No it had been decided by Jesse and his girlfriend Sarah who sat on his right that the three of us should establish that we were really speaking with billy. Nothing in this obituary or at his funeral would have provided information about his love for his bicycle. In eight of math. Sarah had always flirted with bill and I knew who question would make or break. The seance did you kiss me under the old weeping willow tree no can the answer under the Nolan Street Bridge. I leaned forward nodded at Sarah. Whose eyes were like saucers. I heard Tom take a deep breath. Give us a physical sign. As evidenced in connection has truly been made you could have heard a pin drop as we waited for a response than the room was filled with the sound of that. Stupid Bell. Billy. Used to ring when he wrote his bike wanted to get someone's attention. Mickey gave my hand squeeze his would be the last question but it would break Madam. Hesters rule his question would be a single requestion. Definitely not simple. We all miss you. Billy and we'll be leaving the area and the end of summer and would like to see you one last time to say goodbye. I could hear my heartbeat. My Eyes Burn with the request. I'd know billy since I was three. We were best friends. All of us were on a picnic on the riverbank when he decided to go for a swim my last memory of his broad shoulders back and Bright Red Trunks. Z. Waded into the water. His answer came as a shock. Meet me at my grave. Batum Hester raised her gaze from the center of the table. I hope all your questions were answered. She said I would have thought that his answer meet me at my grave would have been followed with at midnight but it was broad daylight. Four o'clock we all piled into the SUV. That Jesse's parents had given him the graduation. The town's only cemetery was located just past industrial district at the south end of town Jesse parked at the front. We climbed out and walked as one pass the older section of the cemetery to the Green Tree Lawn. That made up the newest portion. Billy simple headstone was located next to. The fence separated the older section from the newest when I saw him sitting on his headstone. I look left and right I was alone and realize that I'd kept walking but everyone else had stopped when they sign. I took a couple more steps until I was arm's length away. At that moment I realized my face wet with tears I reached out. I'll miss you but never forget. He raised a hand in extended his index finger. There couldn't have been more than an inch between fingers when billy vanished. An I fainted. That was eight years ago but I remember billy on his gravestone like yesterday. I'm currently er nurse and often work at night shift alone. Of course with the doctor on call. I've never had any other paranormal experiences. But carry a picture of billy many nights. When I'm alone I call out his name. There's never a response but I never feel lonely.

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Arizona Cardinals land DeAndre Hopkins, send David Johnson to Houston Texans in blockbuster trade

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00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Arizona Cardinals land DeAndre Hopkins, send David Johnson to Houston Texans in blockbuster trade

"To this between the Laremy Tunsil. Judean clowney and Deandre Hopkins Straight. The Texans received Laremy Tunsil. Kenny Stills David Johnson Jacob Morton Bahr Bark alias Mingo a second of third to force and six and just for that they had to give Davian cloudy De'andre Hopkins a corner named Johnson Batum Mosey Julian. Dave import two first round picks and forth they shipped out. Clowney Hopkins and two first round picks.

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A True Ghost Story

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:04 min | 7 months ago

A True Ghost Story

"Welcome to kids miss and mystery. Sign your host Kit crump. We've been talking about and researching psychics clairvoyance paranormal things with crystal balls and Ouija boards. Next week we start Wednesday with interviews with a psychic and clairvoyant and I thought since clairvoyance talk to spirits it only appropriate that today I provide you with a real ghost story. Let me tell you finding a real ghost story. It can be as simple as going to the library or bookstore but the ghost story. I'll read today. Came to me from an individual with what I can only call real life experience as you listen. Keep in mind that I'm reading. Someone else's encounter with the ghost mildly contribution to the tail is traditional editing. I found necessary. Otherwise the words make up. The story are all authors who assured me are all true and because she was simply writing about her encounter. There will be no title to the story. Here we go ellen. Richmond rides about her encounter with the ghost as follows. The room was small behind attached to a store that sold all things. What got the curtains were pulled shut on the only two windows but only partially blocked out the light in the middle of the room was around table and six chairs one was more like thrown or the medium would sit. We were instructed to hold hands. There were no candles know. Incense the room was bare. Except for the table and chairs. We were five childhood friends on the verge of college. We'd lost one. Recently Billy had drowned. We'd pooled our money and sought out Madam Hester. She reminded me of my grandmother and more the face. A thousand lives with no attempt to hide wrinkle. Silver Hair tied back tight. She spoke with smokers voice. We were instructed to remain silent until contact was made at which time each of us could ask one question beginning with me and moving clockwise. She made it clear we were to ask a single simple question. Batum Hester unlike a TV medium didn't chant or roller head from left to right and when she made contact she didn't nod the only indication of contact when she spoke. And it was billy's voice. We all exchange looks of amazement. What is Your Question Ellen? When Billy's voice spoke my name I felt lightheaded but managed to ask. What was your favorite form of transportation? Matama Hester was sitting. Ramrod-straight is fixed on the center of the table. I think I was holding my breath until billy answered my question my bicycle. That was it a two word answer. Jesse was next and ask if billy like math. We all knew that he hated math. This time his answer was a single syllable. No it had been decided by Jesse and his girlfriend Sarah who sat on his right that the three of us should establish that we were really speaking with billy. Nothing in this obituary or at his funeral would have provided information about his love for his bicycle. In eight of math. Sarah had always flirted with bill and I knew who question would make or break. The seance did you kiss me under the old weeping willow tree no can the answer under the Nolan Street Bridge. I leaned forward nodded at Sarah. Whose eyes were like saucers. I heard Tom take a deep breath. Give us a physical sign. As evidenced in connection has truly been made you could have heard a pin drop as we waited for a response than the room was filled with the sound of that. Stupid Bell. Billy. Used to ring when he wrote his bike wanted to get someone's attention. Mickey gave my hand squeeze his would be the last question but it would break Madam. Hesters rule his question would be a single requestion. Definitely not simple. We all miss you. Billy and we'll be leaving the area and the end of summer and would like to see you one last time to say goodbye. I could hear my heartbeat. My Eyes Burn with the request. I'd know billy since I was three. We were best friends. All of us were on a picnic on the riverbank when he decided to go for a swim my last memory of his broad shoulders back and Bright Red Trunks. Z. Waded into the water. His answer came as a shock. Meet me at my grave. Batum Hester raised her gaze from the center of the table. I hope all your questions were answered. She said I would have thought that his answer meet me at my grave would have been followed with at midnight but it was broad daylight. Four o'clock we all piled into the SUV. That Jesse's parents had given him the graduation. The town's only cemetery was located just past industrial district at the south end of town Jesse parked at the front. We climbed out and walked as one pass the older section of the cemetery to the Green Tree Lawn. That made up the newest portion. Billy simple headstone was located next to. The fence separated the older section from the newest when I saw him sitting on his headstone. I look left and right I was alone and realize that I'd kept walking but everyone else had stopped when they sign. I took a couple more steps until I was arm's length away. At that moment I realized my face wet with tears I reached out. I'll miss you but never forget. He raised a hand in extended his index finger. There couldn't have been more than an inch between fingers when billy vanished. An I fainted. That was eight years ago but I remember billy on his gravestone like yesterday. I'm currently er nurse and often work at night shift alone. Of course with the doctor on call. I've never had any other paranormal experiences. But carry a picture of billy many nights. When I'm alone I call out his name. There's never a response but I never feel lonely.

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When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:05 min | 8 months ago

When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

"What happens when insurance companies deny coverage for medications? It doesn't just force people to pay for drugs themselves. A survey finds that for almost half of Americans went. When Insurance Denies Payment? They do not get the drugs at all. The poll comes from NPR. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T H Chan School of Public Public Health. NPR's Patty name reports Sahlin. REDUC- is seventy eight on a fixed income. She has severe acid reflux. I have to eat very small all meals and when I eat sometimes it feels like everything's stuck in my chest and I get really bad pain. And I have to throw up reduces retired on medicare she also pays for supplemental insurance policy to cover the cost of drugs but it will only pay for the generic version of her heartburn medication. Her her doctor prescribed the brand name. She says the generic version just doesn't work for her. No it's not as effective now. Definitely not she can't afford the brand name so now she has extremely painful episodes of acid reflux about three times a month. Our poll shows that like Ridolfi. The vast majority pretty of Americans have health insurance that includes prescription drug coverage but one in three say that in the past year insurance. Didn't cover the cost of medication and for themselves or their household members Robert Blend in with the Harvard Chan School directed our poll. So what you see is insurers are not paying for some drugs that physicians are recommending. The patients think they need when that happened. Most of the highest earners paid for the medication themselves but Glendon says is that was not the case for everyone else. A half of the people who are middle class or or moderate income are not getting him because they can't afford to go out and pay for it themselves batum line. He says it's just not fair. This idea that if we save money we all have to make tough choices together. The tough choices really don't affects the most wealthy people in the United States. They just affect people who are middle and lower

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When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:05 min | 8 months ago

When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

"What happens when insurance companies deny coverage for medications? It doesn't just force people to pay for drugs themselves. A survey finds that for almost half of Americans went. When Insurance Denies Payment? They do not get the drugs at all. The poll comes from NPR. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T H Chan School of Public Public Health. NPR's Patty name reports Sahlin. REDUC- is seventy eight on a fixed income. She has severe acid reflux. I have to eat very small all meals and when I eat sometimes it feels like everything's stuck in my chest and I get really bad pain. And I have to throw up reduces retired on medicare she also pays for supplemental insurance policy to cover the cost of drugs but it will only pay for the generic version of her heartburn medication. Her her doctor prescribed the brand name. She says the generic version just doesn't work for her. No it's not as effective now. Definitely not she can't afford the brand name so now she has extremely painful episodes of acid reflux about three times a month. Our poll shows that like Ridolfi. The vast majority pretty of Americans have health insurance that includes prescription drug coverage but one in three say that in the past year insurance. Didn't cover the cost of medication and for themselves or their household members Robert Blend in with the Harvard Chan School directed our poll. So what you see is insurers are not paying for some drugs that physicians are recommending. The patients think they need when that happened. Most of the highest earners paid for the medication themselves but Glendon says is that was not the case for everyone else. A half of the people who are middle class or or moderate income are not getting him because they can't afford to go out and pay for it themselves batum line. He says it's just not fair. This idea that if we save money we all have to make tough choices together. The tough choices really don't affects the most wealthy people in the United States. They just affect people who are middle and lower

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When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:34 min | 8 months ago

When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

"What happens when insurance companies deny coverage for medications? It doesn't just force people to pay for drugs themselves. A survey finds that for almost half of Americans went. When Insurance Denies Payment? They do not get the drugs at all. The poll comes from NPR. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T H Chan School of Public Public Health. NPR's Patty name reports Sahlin. REDUC- is seventy eight on a fixed income. She has severe acid reflux. I have to eat very small all meals and when I eat sometimes it feels like everything's stuck in my chest and I get really bad pain. And I have to throw up reduces retired on medicare she also pays for supplemental insurance policy to cover the cost of drugs but it will only pay for the generic version of her heartburn medication. Her her doctor prescribed the brand name. She says the generic version just doesn't work for her. No it's not as effective now. Definitely not she can't afford the brand name so now she has extremely painful episodes of acid reflux about three times a month. Our poll shows that like Ridolfi. The vast majority pretty of Americans have health insurance that includes prescription drug coverage but one in three say that in the past year insurance. Didn't cover the cost of medication and for themselves or their household members Robert Blend in with the Harvard Chan School directed our poll. So what you see is insurers are not paying for some drugs that physicians are recommending. The patients think they need when that happened. Most of the highest earners paid for the medication themselves but Glendon says is that was not the case for everyone else. A half of the people who are middle class or or moderate income are not getting him because they can't afford to go out and pay for it themselves batum line. He says it's just not fair. This idea that if we save money we all have to make tough choices together. The tough choices really don't affects the most wealthy people in the United States. They just affect people who are middle and lower income and this could leave lower and middle income individuals more vulnerable to disease and other health problems for Sally Rideau see one example is her EPI pen. She's allergic to bees and needs the EPI pen to inject life saving medication in case she gets stung and the last time I was stung. The doctor said each time you get stung can be very serious and it can result in death so he's always carry the EPI pen and in my case. I do a lot of gardening and I'm by myself so just felt safe to have my Epi pen with me just in case but this time when she went to the pharmacy to get the pen prescribed by her doctor she was told her insurance wouldn't cover the cost. It was close to six hundred dollars and I said well how about the generic could I get generic and she said well. That's three ninety eight and I said you're kidding. She said no I said okay then. Just forget it so today when we're dosing gardens. She wears as long sleeves and long pants to try to protect yourself against B.'s. The situation she says it's upsetting. I have three insurances. I'm always pay a lot of copays as I pay a lot for my drugs. It's very frustrating. I think when you have insurance I think you should be able to get the drug. You need one unexpected. Finding from our poll on income inequality is that even people who can afford to cover the cost of their medication. Sometimes don't this is one of the first polls to survey the top one percent percent people earning over five hundred thousand dollars a year and eighteen percent of them chose not to fill prescriptions. When insurance wouldn't cover it? Tina Smith is one of them. She runs a technology consulting firm in Minneapolis last year when her doctor prescribed a medication to treat the skin condition rose Patia. She got a shock. When I went to fill the prescription the cost for the prescription was over six hundred dollars? She says for the past seven years. The medication costs about twenty dollars. So this was a huge increase and Smith decided not to get it because I felt that it was fiscally irresponsible and I have no interest in funding big pharma anymore than I absolutely have to. I feel big farmers than rob in the American people for years and they continued to increase. The cost of prescriptions drug. Drug prices have been escalating. Actually four in a significant way at least the last couple decades Frederica saucy is director of the Consumer Advocacy Group families. USA But in the last five. Or six years it's really hit a crescendo. Not surprisingly the smallest increase were in generic drugs but the adjective small small. He says pretty much ends there. You know an average increase for drugs might be fifteen or sixteen percent annually which is much much faster than our paychecks or inflation inflation. But you could see a doubling or tripling of drug cost year every year depending on the ability of that drug company to have no competition he says healthcare caused swallowing up more and more families discretionary income not only in higher drug prices but also in higher deductibles co pays and cost sharing we. We spoke with representatives of both the pharmaceutical and health insurance industries and they point the finger at each other. Insurers say the financial squeeze Americans are are experiencing is because of high drug prices the drug makers say it's High Insurance and hospital costs whatever. The reason Harvard health economist and primary Care Physician Ben Summers says not getting needed. Medication is not good news. There's more and more evidence that having health insurance really does improve people's health and lives and and medications are one of the key parts of that because it is such a mainstay of how we manage a lot of chronic conditions now says not all medications are equal some of the medications occasions we prescribe are really kind of options to a patient. You say look. This medication may help you feel better while you have this infection or while you are having some heartburn but if view feel fine without it that's okay but how there's a critical cholesterol lowering statins for example or insulin to keep blood sugar under control and and sometimes people won't even notice they're not taking it not all these conditions have symptoms. You can be building up dangerous levels of high blood sugar or cholesterol without noticing. It until it's too late. Sadly summer says he's not surprised by the findings of our poll he says at least a quarter of his patients. Don't get new prescriptions filled. Because they say they just don't have the money. Patty named

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When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:35 min | 8 months ago

When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

"What happens when insurance companies deny coverage for medications? It doesn't just force people to pay for drugs themselves. A survey finds that for almost half of Americans went. When Insurance Denies Payment? They do not get the drugs at all. The poll comes from NPR. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T H Chan School of Public Public Health. NPR's Patty name reports Sahlin. REDUC- is seventy eight on a fixed income. She has severe acid reflux. I have to eat very small all meals and when I eat sometimes it feels like everything's stuck in my chest and I get really bad pain. And I have to throw up reduces retired on medicare she also pays for supplemental insurance policy to cover the cost of drugs but it will only pay for the generic version of her heartburn medication. Her her doctor prescribed the brand name. She says the generic version just doesn't work for her. No it's not as effective now. Definitely not she can't afford the brand name so now she has extremely painful episodes of acid reflux about three times a month. Our poll shows that like Ridolfi. The vast majority pretty of Americans have health insurance that includes prescription drug coverage but one in three say that in the past year insurance. Didn't cover the cost of medication and for themselves or their household members Robert Blend in with the Harvard Chan School directed our poll. So what you see is insurers are not paying for some drugs that physicians are recommending. The patients think they need when that happened. Most of the highest earners paid for the medication themselves but Glendon says is that was not the case for everyone else. A half of the people who are middle class or or moderate income are not getting him because they can't afford to go out and pay for it themselves batum line. He says it's just not fair. This idea that if we save money we all have to make tough choices together. The tough choices really don't affects the most wealthy people in the United States. They just affect people who are middle and lower income and this could leave lower and middle income individuals more vulnerable to disease and other health problems for Sally Rideau see one example is her EPI pen. She's allergic to bees and needs the EPI pen to inject life saving medication in case she gets stung and the last time I was stung. The doctor said each time you get stung can be very serious and it can result in death so he's always carry the EPI pen and in my case. I do a lot of gardening and I'm by myself so just felt safe to have my Epi pen with me just in case but this time when she went to the pharmacy to get the pen prescribed by her doctor she was told her insurance wouldn't cover the cost. It was close to six hundred dollars and I said well how about the generic could I get generic and she said well. That's three ninety eight and I said you're kidding. She said no I said okay then. Just forget it so today when we're dosing gardens. She wears as long sleeves and long pants to try to protect yourself against B.'s. The situation she says it's upsetting. I have three insurances. I'm always pay a lot of copays as I pay a lot for my drugs. It's very frustrating. I think when you have insurance I think you should be able to get the drug. You need one unexpected. Finding from our poll on income inequality is that even people who can afford to cover the cost of their medication. Sometimes don't this is one of the first polls to survey the top one percent percent people earning over five hundred thousand dollars a year and eighteen percent of them chose not to fill prescriptions. When insurance wouldn't cover it? Tina Smith is one of them. She runs a technology consulting firm in Minneapolis last year when her doctor prescribed a medication to treat the skin condition rose Patia. She got a shock. When I went to fill the prescription the cost for the prescription was over six hundred dollars? She says for the past seven years. The medication costs about twenty dollars. So this was a huge increase and Smith decided not to get it because I felt that it was fiscally irresponsible and I have no interest in funding big pharma anymore than I absolutely have to. I feel big farmers than rob in the American people for years and they continued to increase. The cost of prescriptions drug. Drug prices have been escalating. Actually four in a significant way at least the last couple decades Frederica saucy is director of the Consumer Advocacy Group families. USA But in the last five. Or six years it's really hit a crescendo. Not surprisingly the smallest increase were in generic drugs but the adjective small small. He says pretty much ends there. You know an average increase for drugs might be fifteen or sixteen percent annually which is much much faster than our paychecks or inflation inflation. But you could see a doubling or tripling of drug cost year every year depending on the ability of that drug company to have no competition he says healthcare caused swallowing up more and more families discretionary income not only in higher drug prices but also in higher deductibles co pays and cost sharing we. We spoke with representatives of both the pharmaceutical and health insurance industries and they point the finger at each other. Insurers say the financial squeeze Americans are are experiencing is because of high drug prices the drug makers say it's High Insurance and hospital costs whatever. The reason Harvard health economist and primary Care Physician Ben Summers says not getting needed. Medication is not good news. There's more and more evidence that having health insurance really does improve people's health and lives and and medications are one of the key parts of that because it is such a mainstay of how we manage a lot of chronic conditions now says not all medications are equal some of the medications occasions we prescribe are really kind of options to a patient. You say look. This medication may help you feel better while you have this infection or while you are having some heartburn but if view feel fine without it that's okay but how there's a critical cholesterol lowering statins for example or insulin to keep blood sugar under control and and sometimes people won't even notice they're not taking it not all these conditions have symptoms. You can be building up dangerous levels of high blood sugar or cholesterol without noticing. It until it's too late. Sadly summer says he's not surprised by the findings of our poll he says at least a quarter of his patients. Don't get new prescriptions filled. Because they say they just don't have the money. Patty named N._p._R. News.

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"Sheer terror": Family says Nest camera warned of N. Korea missile attack

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00:40 sec | 1 year ago

"Sheer terror": Family says Nest camera warned of N. Korea missile attack

"And was freed as she me. Son said she had been in Saint Louis, filming a black lives matter documentary after visiting relatives in. In New Orleans. This season's flu bog is still around. But new cases appear to be leveling off in some parts of the area. Camelot's health editor Fred bonhamer reports. Saint Louis county health officials say for the week ending January twentieth. They had one hundred fifty six new confirmed cases of the flu that's down from one hundred sixty seven new cases the week before down from one hundred seventy the previous week and down from a high. So far of one hundred eighty six for the last week of two thousand eighteen Fred Batum, NewsRadio eleven twenty Kiama wax. Do you smoke? Are you under a lot of stress are you Hispanic? Are you sedentary if so you are at risk of cardiovascular disease? This is Carol Daniel heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States registered nurse. Jill Hobo, a chest pain coordinator Memorial Hospital in Belleville and Shiloh says understanding the risk factors is important simply because you don't know what you don't know. People may not realize that smoking is puts you at risk for cardiovascular disease. They may just not know that they may not know that high blood pressure or

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"batum" Discussed on What We Said

What We Said

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"batum" Discussed on What We Said

"I don't know if I was him or someone else, but they were driving down this road. And are they were driving somewhere and of the middle of nowhere? And they started to drive back and they're trying to get home. And they came to a fork in the road. And they couldn't remember which one it was. And obviously this was before maps, and yeah and whatnot. And they couldn't remember which way was the right way to get home. And they kind of panicked thinking. Okay. How are we gonna know? So they both prayed about it. And both had the feeling that they should go, right? Like immediately after the we need to go rice. They went right. They went down, and it was a dead end. And and they were so confused like why why would we get the feeling that we were supposed to go, right? If it was the wrong way. And then they realized because. If we if we just went down the left, we would have been worrying the entire time. If this is the right way, and if we were ever going to get home, and maybe we were just going the wrong way. So you they had to go down the wrong path. I to be sure of what the right path was. Oh, yeah. That's really good. Yeah. I really really liked that story. I seriously think about all the time. When I think about when I'm scared to try something. Yeah. Sometimes you have to experience that to know the different. Yeah. To know what your purposes? Yeah. I love that. Okay. This I loved this is from Becca. She says first off I love your podcast. I get so excited. Whenever a new episode comes out, the best advice I've ever been given was from my dad, he said that whenever you feel anger frustration or any other Batum ocean that instead of pushing it aside give yourself time to really feel it don't let it consume your whole day. But give yourself a minute or two that way, you're letting your body feel what it needs to feel and I found that it is easier to recognize what is really upsetting me. If I just give myself a little time to feel it. I think that because I feel like it's not the society tells you, but like, you know, you shouldn't be angry push it down like just forget about it being positive. But sometimes you just kinda need a second..

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Exercising 3 to 5 times a week brings biggest mental health benefits

Global News Podcast

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Exercising 3 to 5 times a week brings biggest mental health benefits

"Exercise is good for your mental health. Most people are aware of that fact, but researchers have now been able to put a much more precise figure on how much and how often but his about uns- overdo it, and it could have a negative effect Dr. Saami check route. One of the authors of the report told damn Damon more. We've got the biggest study today, looking at one point, three million people and found that people who exercise on average experience, forty percent Batum mental health than people who didn't exercise. And like you said, they're the there was this really, really cool finding of as kind of sweet spot. So we found that people who exercise for three to five times each week for about forty five minutes. Each time found the best benefit for the mental health. How do you demonstrate? How do you measure in teed better mental issues at forty percent improvement in mental health? How do you measure that? And what's it mean? Yeah. So it's. A great question. And so the data we looked is from a big survey collected by the US government. Let's PA the center for disease control and prevention, and they run this really huge telephone survey and more specifically people answer the question where they were asked to reflect on their mental health. So it's quite an old encompassing question and asked to report how many days bad mental health they had when thinking about their mood, their stress, anxiety, or emotional problems. So the question they actually answered in the report that they gave really encompassed that perceived experience of life and the into the and the insight into that mental health at that time and forty five minutes three to five times a week, and we're not talking about running marathons, always. This is exercise, including brisk walking, that kind of thing. Yeah, it's honestly, it's fantastic. So we found that although there are some sports are better than others, so we found popular sport. So the kind of team sports that you would play school football and lacrosse netball. That kind of thing were associated with the best mental health benefit. But we. Also found ready, good mental health benefit solar sports like cycling running and even things that you might not think about great for physical excise. So indeed, people who exercise who just walked, for example, three to five times a week, and also a really good benefit then mental health. But what you also identified is that you can stretch yourself out if you do too much of this kind of thing. Explain that, yes. Oh, another great feature of of how large data say is that we can really look the kind of intricacies of these patents. And so we found that as people got towards the extremes of exercise in so over exercising over five times a week, achy them mental health was worse than people who exercise either three to five times a week or compared to not exercising toll indeed. So it definitely suggests that too much could be a bad thing for your mental health, but there are a few things that kind of can make a bit more complicated Dr. Somme check around.

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"batum" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"batum" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"batum" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"batum" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"And the players tend to mand from him and the people could demand for him we will not stand for the American flag meal work until these to his he can talk his watching a buddy Batum or Putin said please bring bring. Your men over here for trial because I'm getting. I'm getting, flack from, I hear you I hear you Tiffany one of the things in you kind of mentioned it before in the hour when reporter. Raise the question and I said this from day one that they ought to extradite these twelve indicted and they raised it and Trump and Putin says, that Putin says or I'll let the American prosecutors questioned the. Twelve in Russia if we can question the CIA on some issue that led to sanctions, there and, Trump's I mean this is extraordinaire Insane it's not surprising I mean really honestly right when you look at. It it's pretty, consistent with what he said on the campaign. Trail, he made an open car to Russia hacking the Hillary Clinton Email so as as job, topping as it is, if. It really, isn't surprising what's the pricing hubris. And the way that the American people have accepted it but the word. Itself I mean he sided with Putin over American intelligence before I mean this time. He goes on the stage standing. Alongside glad I'm your and so I I don't know what it's going to say I I really don't. Think that we need to focus on turning some of the quote unquote make America great again people I mean they are consistently in his pocket I, think it's time to focus on energizing the base and reassure. People people to politics is haven't been paying attention before and get those voices and boating, you've got, to focus on On the people that are, open to the truth, you. Can't go after people that just don't want. To rationally deal would what is let's take a break we'll be right. Back Tiffany grouse Al Sharpton Cuban Adria one eight seven seven five three two seven. Nine seven be right back We're keeping it real with Al Sharpton on news. And talk thirteen eighty w. a. okay hey everyone's super excited..

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"batum" Discussed on Love 860

Love 860

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"batum" Discussed on Love 860

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"batum" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"batum" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"batum" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"batum" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

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"batum" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"batum" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"batum" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"batum" Discussed on RobinLynne

"No this bill stoleness yet we've bob dole iraq dirty on the way the thing about democracy with been nicolas batum focus on them christmas three every intimate with the rank as the all all now kennedy pain began leaked dressed up this clown he had a whole body arena uninhabited the no britain will cannot be date the boy day beyond the jaw just how how the brain and elsewhere my pillow not one but above the fray tie dang van der bellen door not get gumbum all timber rating exit could get path all day in and bear kanagawa away mop town day airtel not one give them dead it grown happy mike conley.

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"batum" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"batum" Discussed on RobinLynne

"No this bill stoleness yet we've bob dole iraq dirty on the way the thing about democracy with been nicolas batum focus on them christmas three every intimate with the rank as the all all now kennedy pain began leaked dressed up this clown he had a whole body arena uninhabited the no britain will cannot be date the boy day beyond the jaw just how how the brain and elsewhere my pillow not one but above the fray tie dang van der bellen door not get gumbum all timber rating exit could get path all day in and bear kanagawa away mop town day airtel not one give them dead it grown happy mike conley.

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"batum" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"batum" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The fourth race batum stripes and if they read double from the three madam heat with mike smith money mike they call him in the big races mrs 200 grams up mike should be a way could read you do put up daily doubled from the three and four in race aid over the number five voice in the ninth and final this is a maiden claiming raise five and half furlongs and you'd look in the form and say oh well that bumper five five looking for the wire of what am i name for a horse that might anchor at daily double club the three four took the number five it is in the ninth race in here's the story this horse was making a move and the horses inside suddenly did not make the terror poor looking for the wire was look at for the outside temp scott porsche way way out and there's so much trouble that a thick would you make the adjustment that number five at eight to one of the morning line might get the job done in the ninth and five altogether way race number five looking for the wire sal okay that's a look at los out today for his post 1230 and they will race los owl uh we will wrap it up this coming said de la salle will add uh four more days of racing beef four they wrap up their season and then we all take good christmas often come back of were the opening day of santa anita uh the old adage used to be with you open the knee after christmas santa anita and we'll be opening also the day after christmas december twenty six all right now let's look to uh golden gate you've gotta pick or to their air kelly i did not have a foreign day workload a wild some of the best stretch your make of the ones that don't make him so it's like poker if you don't have but him and we certainly had it with mended advice day before today after four twenty to win by five lengths you met rachel.

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"batum" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"batum" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"batum" Discussed on This Week in Blackness | #TWIBnation

This Week in Blackness | #TWIBnation

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"batum" Discussed on This Week in Blackness | #TWIBnation

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"batum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"batum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"batum" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"batum" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Just recently rediscovered law that's fascinating well i guess just as a in a side that i think we'll help contextual legal audience trying to understand where you're coming from you've written on the topic of the putt positive minor positive thought uh movement what is your you'll have batum general i take that movement very seriously and that's a thesis that explore and my book oncesimple idea i think that we've failed to grasp the depth in the importance of things that we associate with positive mind philosophy you know nowadays tends to often be dismissed at least in journalistic or academic circles as being sort of a whole lhasa fee for the naive where the simpleminded or what have you and very often that critique is a company by a lack of familiarity with the material itself if you go back and you read the material in context with the times you'll see that the positive thought movement predated so many insight that we have today whether in placebo studies are narrow plus two city your cognitive psychology the people who worked in that movement always had an instinct for something very real and substantive and impact will in human nature and because the literature of positive thinking with couched in popular books like the power positive thinking more you know made use of phrases like lov attraction nor which highlighted in somewhat sensationalistic movies like the secret the message itself and to be tended to be viewed over time as sensationalistic but in fact it has a lot to offer sensitive serious people and my book oncesimple idea among others is an attempt to analyse and defend what's really redeemable in positive mind philosophy because it's deeper and it's more significant than it first appears well i just feel like a push the but but yes i uh i totally i totally get that i totally concur no you wanna go back where you know for me positive thinking you know as a plot it's an idea or even as a movement oh you know where or how far back was not well look at the book you know look at problems you know by solomon he was way early show as we may make it so is he literally a successful issue longer terminals of scoring defeat one of those little commerce as your mind determines the p nearest fortunate in your mind think you.

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"batum" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"batum" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Yeah what is that people like i was urbact flying around and don't have the bat end up in in buddy grab a batum threat on stage uri ito say back in the end the doug of met material we had a little person a little john at doors you know little person and dressed like a monk on stage that he would be like the guy who brings ozzie at towel war or or or you know a drink or something during in in the middle of the show and he was actually an actor this guy had been on blade runner and a bunch of bunch of movie studio and the and as a see like torture here may we used to hang him while the crew did the a during our ballot who bike to romance you will be like hanging from a new cycle behind the drums zero so at the end of monk monk at mongia with a robot and stuff nato and he he's to drag a bucket of of like but he parts nato lakea gizzards in intestines or whatever whatever the runner for the promoter will go to the grocery store and buy just gizzards zan chicken livers and whatever and throwing the bucket and an end to wipe try try was always the best throw because it was like like like a lasso you know you could ahead distance if you through that and a lot of times it was not would not defrost by the time you know that the the show and that you know so he was throwing out there like frozen pieces of liver and and deserves in whatever you know when taye and what happens as the ill k he will he will start throwing it joined the beat out into the audience during paranoid which was the last song so here you know we're like rocking out and there's this dwarf yudo marching at this stage slowly throwing throwing utoe.

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"batum" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"batum" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Uh and i i mean i had been over to in those categories for many years and just remember thinking the you know a a life of service to others and personal integrity the life of a values um saive really i've tried to do that i mean a thing was berthed at of batum my personal faith with the the charity has had no religious affiliation that's been really exciting to me to see jews and christians in atheist and muslims and mormons and i'm everybody kind of come together and that is very big tent of clean water from the of the most crazy republicans to the crazy democrats of the independence in the moderates it's really one of those few things everybody can agree on and i wanted to build a very very big a very big tent i wanted to kind of build something that was incredibly inclusive where anybody could contribute if you had a dollar if he had 10 cents a you would feel honoured you and we would be a good steward of that it's also really hard they know it's it's it's hard the travel is toughening way from the family of the environment's that we travel in the stuff that we see yeah i've done twenty eight flights this year and were in may uh so a lot of uh a lot of the job is is on the road in its it's tough but and how does how does being a father now um you know shape how you do what you do other than the logistical aspect of like how much you're gonna travel or not travel just sir philisophical like how you approach the work.

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"batum" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"batum" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Of this back in the entire batum is filled with us it's more to find and then on the top of that has a nice little semi acceptable burgundy edge took but the pep gil dismal pink from i level on down has to go i've been studying youtube videos that talk about how easy it is the status to do it at home all you need to make sure that you got plenty of fresh air pouring into the place they all emphasis they'll emphasize this really heavily so i just need a semi warmest data me the fifties event that we were going to dip into the fifty so before you know what it's all that so i want to do it that way so i promise you unopposed before and after photos it's all good i promise you that for voters will be is horrifying is i say they are and then the after i'm totally looking forward to it here's some of the biggest things you can do and the best part is it doesn't take a lot of time it doesn't take a lot of money and it doesn't take a lot of your sanity which is always got always good here's are known your free painting the paint doesn't cause that much going to your pain stores and be fearless trust me the whole improvement guys there and ladies there have heard it all tell what you're looking for be totally honest if you have any mold issues near bathroom tell him that there's a koetter paint out there that takes care of everything if you're looking for something that to that's exactly this color you bring it up in a matchup with they can do what they're doing is is there they are there to help you make your little home improvement lives better though there and put him to work work i'm like a rented me a lot they would love that kind of stuff from home of the paint clean the plays down that's when the biggest things i'm learning make sure it's all cleaned out and then get to work and how fine take a little time to yourself you know you can't do this for somebody else to get to that for somebody else you're doing something for you right now you're having a fun project it's very satisfying.

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