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GOP Makes a Choice: Donald Trump Over Liz Cheney

TIME's Top Stories

01:50 min | 2 d ago

GOP Makes a Choice: Donald Trump Over Liz Cheney

"Needle phobia maybe keeping some from getting their covid nineteen vaccine. Here's how to cope by terror. Law alex danley a twenty-three-year-old philisophy doctoral student at the university of illinois. Chicago doesn't seem like someone who would be vaccine hesitant. They're determined to stop covid. Nineteen from spreading and having fallen for any vaccine conspiracy theories however getting the corona virus. Shot was tremendously stressful for danley. They feared it could trigger a terrible panic attack leaving them crumpled on the floor sobbing and shaking in front of a crowd of onlookers. They were also worried about healthcare providers dismissing their fears. I don't want to be treated like a child. Because i have a phobia. I'm not a child. I'm acting like an adult with a phobia says danley. I don't believe that vaccines are particularly painful. It's literally just that for some reason my brain processes this in a way that is really intense and unexpected then lee struggles with blood injection injury phobia also known as needle phobia. Since they were a child they've experienced debilitating. Fear win receiving injections according to studies conducted in different countries as many as one in four have some fear of needles causing symptoms from butterflies in their stomach to debilitating panic attacks and one in ten are so fearful that they refuse vaccination entirely says meghan mcmurtry and associate professor of clinical psychology at the university of wealth in ontario canada. Needle phobia has long been a public health issue. Sixteen percent of adults avoid flu shots at least partly

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What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Sex With Emily

02:19 min | 3 d ago

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

"Erectile dysfunction is defined as the inability to obtain and very importantly maintain an erection adequate to complete sexual intercourse. So many guys think that all. I get it up for a minute one hundred percent. I don't have a problem but even though it goes down before. I can reach climax satisfy my partner. I don't have a problem. That's a problem. That's a problem for everyone. Yes vault a minute. And in fact. That's a form. Form of erectile dysfunction as called venus league where guys can get a good erection but they just can't maintain that erection and this is a very devastating form of erectile dysfunction because it affects young men. And how does it affect young men. What is it is it something. that's genetic. is it saying. Well it's just might be something that they acquired from say some trauma some injury or some something like that but a lot of guys. It's a genetic problem and it's the inability of them to hold out blood in their penis and the analogy. That i always get my patience. Is that imagine you had a faucet and you had a bucket and someone said hey you got to carry a bucket of water from the faucet over to that point. Be fossa works. Great water flows in great but so enroll a hole in the so. By the time you get over to point b. half the waters leaked out already. So you're not gonna have much water in that bucket. So that's the kind of e. Ed that younger men get and a lot of older men. Get as well okay. So that's one kind of since you were just talking about. I always say that gets this umbrella. Penis challenges like it's just you you can. You can't get hard or they you get hard you can't say hard and it's a problem and says there's pain involved form of pain and it's painful it's painful relationship it's painful so let's talk about. How much of these pitas challenges are mental and not necessarily physical small percentage. We're talking about ten percent of erectile. Dysfunction is due to psychological services. And there's things like you know stress anxiety You know those. Those will contribute to erectile dysfunction Expectations being inappropriate. You know those will contribute erectile dysfunction. But it's really a small percentage about ten percent is due to what we call. Psychogenic erectile dysfunction the vast majority so cruelly. Ganic problem that there's something wrong with the guy and we can usually infects it

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Elizabeth Holmes' Lavish Lifestyle Looms Over Theranos Fraud Case

WSJ What's News

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Elizabeth Holmes' Lavish Lifestyle Looms Over Theranos Fraud Case

"There are no founder. Elizabeth holmes is fighting to shield her wealth from a ahead of her criminal fraud trial. Her attorneys sparred with federal prosecutors over whether details of her lifestyle including perks and fame attained as chief executive would be relevant to jurors. She's facing a trial in august on charges of wire fraud and to commit wire fraud for alleged misrepresentation. She made about theranos blood testing technology. The judge did an issue immediate ruling. She has pleaded not guilty

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Talent Photographing Talent. James Anthony and his Hollywood Shutter

This Week in Photo

02:37 min | 3 d ago

Talent Photographing Talent. James Anthony and his Hollywood Shutter

"James anthony welcome to the show man. How's it going. Thank you look. Everything is good good good to Speak to create another shooter out here but yeah thanks to me about you and i spoke about a week ago and when we had that conversation you were right on the heels literally running in the house from the oscars right you dislike literally set down and zoom coming from an oscar party or from something oscar related less before we dive into your background. Let's start there. Let's let's do you know how the in films since you're you're in tinseltown down there in films deals often start a movie halfway through the movie and then go back to the beginning. Let's start air. What was that. Like as a photographer shooting the oscars and being having that level of access well a little bit of surreal. A little bit of lag. Yeah should be here. You know like. I put a so. It's always that dance whereas like what this is crazy. And then as i know you've been putting in blood sweat and tears over year so this is where you should be so it's twenty when those moments kind of take over but a just working with the talent that i was working with regina king on our everything is out there but posing the photos regina king in awesome talented actress in director oscar. Award-winning actress indiana. I'm shooting her in hers. Her sweet and then aldus hodge who is also equally talented actor in also one of the stars of her film. When night in miami he comes in unexpectedly to me but then he jumps in the some of the shots in wherever the capture. Some almost between regina and and em would just work with a talent like hers in being also in the presence of the brand that of the drugs issues wearing so you had louis vuitton rep there You had your in correspondence. Virtually with vogue because their wait. They're waiting for the first drop of the images so a little bit of pressure just knowing that you have to go in there execute Had these images ready as soon like these images had to be ready edited within forty five minutes of me

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Episode 211 The Yarn Wall - burst 11

The Moratorium

02:51 min | 6 d ago

Episode 211 The Yarn Wall - burst 11

"I think you really nailed it. I think i did to zip. Tutti rudy toady. It's hits a movie called all the colors of the night. okay. I've seen this. You've seen this This is a trippy fucking flick. Okay now wait a minute. All the colors of the dark all the colors of the dark. Maybe rudy tutti fresh and fruity. Yes all the colors of the dark. Thank you. This is starring george hilton. Which where. I'm going to trip on him for a little bit about this. At this trippy for moody is bizarre. It reads a woman recovering from a car accident and what she lost. Her unborn child finds herself pursued by a coven of devil worshippers awesome and this chick is topless throughout ninety percent of the movie yeah. Her name is a phonetic. she is in like other gyro movie ever ever. Ed wood jr phonetic yes. She does a good job in this She's an italian french. co production. like i said this is only available with subtitles. So i had to read the entire movie which i'm not opposed to your boy. Sometimes i get a little sidetracked so some of the plot points. Were just a little miss. You're not going to be able to go and do dishes or something all right but this movie was so trippy that y- it's not exactly sure what's going on anyway. She's having these nightmares of being stabbed repeatedly by a guy with like some ice blue eyes in a trenchcoat. He just keeps showing up. Yup and leather racing gloves or driving but these scenes in this movie they are super blues. I mean they had been just yes. Ver very hallucinatory. When she makes it to the devil cold and day decide that in order for her to get through her nightmares of this guy attacking her in her sleep that she needs to drink. The blood of sacrificed goat and then be cereal raped by everybody in the group. Yeah that's what i got out of it. The blood of a goat was like herbalife back. Then everybody was. Everybody was on board with it. That sounds like the plot of a lot of these moves will win with or without the satanic

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A Conversation With Dr. Suzanne Koven on Black Women in Medicine

The Nocturnists

02:08 min | 6 d ago

A Conversation With Dr. Suzanne Koven on Black Women in Medicine

"Early on. I believe that displaying medical knowledge the more obscure the better would make me worthy. That belief was useful spur to learning but ultimately provided only superficial comfort during my first year clinical skills course and colleges asked me to identify a rash mycosis fungoides i blurted out since it was one of the few rashes whose name i knew and the only one associated with cancer. My answer turned out to be correct causing three jaws to drop it once the oncologist the patients and my own but the glow of validation lasted barely the rest of the day a little further on and training. I thought that competence met knowing how to do things i eagerly performed lumbar punctures and inserted central lines and applied for specialty training in gastroenterology a field. In which. I had little interest thinking that i could endoscope my way to self confidence my first few years in practice. I was sure that being a good doctor meant curing people. I felt buoyed by every cleared. Chest x-ray every normalized blood pressure. Unfortunately the converse was also true. I took cancer recurrences personally when the emergency room page to alert me that one of my patients had arrived there. I assumed that some error on my part must have precipitated the crisis now lead in clinical career. I understand that. I've been neither so weak nor so powerful sometimes even after i studied my hardest and tried my best. People got sick and died. Anyway how. I wish i could spare you years of self-flagellation and transport you directly to the state of humility.

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Denmark Removes J&J From Vaccination Program Over Clot Fears

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Denmark Removes J&J From Vaccination Program Over Clot Fears

"Denmark has taken the Johnson and Johnson single guys shot off his back the nation program to investigate reports of bread but potentially dangerous blood clots the Danish health authorities said the benefits of using the Johnson and Johnson shop do not outweigh the risks Denmark has already taken the AstraZeneca shot out of its vaccination program for the same reason both the Jane Jay and AstraZeneca salsa made with similar technology the European medicines agency has concluded that there is a possible link between rabbit severe cases of blood clots and the cabin nineteen vaccine from Johnson and Johnson authorities say the need means that Denmark start finishing college I will be pushed back up to four weeks I'm Karen Thomas

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The Murder of Christa Leigh Steele-Knudslien

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

The Murder of Christa Leigh Steele-Knudslien

"New year began with the murder of krista steel nuts. Lean by her husband. Mark steel nuts. Lean on january fourth. Two thousand eighteen on january fifth. Mark went to the atoms police department and reported that he had done something very bad and that he should be put in handcuffs holding out his hands to be cuffed. He went on to tell the interviewing officer that he had struck krista several times with a hammer and then stabbed her in the back with a stainless steel kitchen. Knife officers found christie's body in the basement of the couple's home wrapped in a tarp. Mark told officers. Krista often belittled him and called him names mark said he snapped at around five pm. On january fourth according to marx attorney he and krista had been arguing although his attorney would not reveal the nature of the argument he simply said that mark krista had been at one another verbally for some lengthy period of time afterwards. According to statements made to the police mark maintained his composure. Cleaning out taking a shower and then going to the liquor store. The autopsy report indicated that krista had suffered blunt force trauma. Some of which was consistent with defensive injuries. According to the medical examiner krista suffered from multiple base alert skull fractures caused by blunt force trauma the stab wound to her back east through the upper lobe of her right lung and punctured her heart which caused her death. By loss of blood

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The Deaths of Dennis and Norma Woodruff

Sword and Scale

01:37 min | Last week

The Deaths of Dennis and Norma Woodruff

"On october. Eighteenth two thousand five in royse city. Texas todd williams had been called to the home of empty nesters. Dennis normal woodruff to perform a welfare check. No one including the couple's college age children had heard from the woodruff's in two days. This was very unusual and the family was concerned when tot arrived everything on the property looked normal. He tried the doors but they were locked from the inside. Todd was told to check on. Dennis enormou- by any means necessary. So he broke into a window and forced his way into the house. What he saw shook him to the core. There were dennis. And norma sitting on the sofa with a soupy black blood pooling between their bodies. They had been shot and stabbed multiple times. The couple was propped up like to slaughtered rag dolls. There was no sign of a struggle. No signs of a break-in norma's hand was dangling over her head like a broken branch while dennis still had his tobacco spit. Cup clutched in the palm of his lap. The tv was on flashing light onto the cardboard box. That denison norma were using as a makeshift coffee table. The small town of royse city and never seen a homicide this brutal and senseless before

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Dr. Jean-Christophe Plantin Discusses Digital Media Infrastructures and Tech Platforms

Social Media & Politics

02:33 min | Last week

Dr. Jean-Christophe Plantin Discusses Digital Media Infrastructures and Tech Platforms

"Let me turn it over to dr zone. Christoph plantain again. He's an associate professor in the department of media and communications at the doctor plantain. Thanks so much for taking the time out and welcome to the social media and politics podcast. Thanks for having me really happy to be here so to start out here. Why don't we break down a few of the key concepts that you've been developing in your research and the first one i'd like to discuss is media infrastructures which draws attention to this interplay between digital platforms. Which is kind of the services that we're all familiar with and the physical infrastructures that make those platforms work. And i think. Maybe we're not all familiar with those. So could you outline the concept of media infrastructures for us and why we should even be thinking about media infrastructures in the first place. Absolutely yeah you allow me to be a little idiosyncratic and just tell me a little bit how. I came to these concept. Maybe that would. That would be helpful just because this is a history that i guess we'll be telling on how we can put these different concepts together. My background is in a media. Medication studies and i worked a lot since my phd. On the concept of blood. I worked lots a studied. Participatory mapping google maps. Open street map and we are here. Yeah mid-2000s is still the whip. Two point zero seeking pretty strong and the type of scholarship at the time. Emphasizes the participatory nature off these pot for allowing people to post more easily to create to engage in activism or creative practices. so that was my standpoint. that's what i really started with A post doctoral fellowship at university of michigan and with my colleagues where i became much more more familiar with the concept of infrastructure. I worked a lot with polite words. Carla goes the christian. Send vague and these folks are much more on the stf side of these topics of the study of technolog- and the where of course talking about and they were talking about large distribution systems. They're put together via standards and gateways in these type of things but what was super interesting when we started working together and focusing more on the facebook and google's of the world. Is that what. I was describing. As platform there were describing as infrastructure.

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100 Million in U.S. Now Fully Vaccinated, but Resistance Remains

The Best of Ben Shapiro

00:49 sec | Last week

100 Million in U.S. Now Fully Vaccinated, but Resistance Remains

"Now fully vaccinated against covert 19. The U. S now has three vaccines and more than enough supply. But some health experts warn getting to herd immunity word of people are vaccinated. To get things back to normal is getting harder. ABC is Michelle Franzen more than a third of US adults now fully vaccinated, but health experts are running into a new hurdle. Vaccine hesitancy. Dr Paul off. A director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, says recent safety concerns over the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine. I have factored in that says the rare risks don't outweigh benefits. If you take a theoretical million people, for example, with the J and J vaccine would have a severe blood clot. It would be about one per million resident take a theoretical million people who are infected with coded 5000 will die and many would be left with permanent harm. So these vaccines still the benefits outweigh their risk. Michelle Franzen ABC News today was the original deadline

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Entrepreneur Success Be Undaunted  Kara Goldin - Know When to Move On

A New Direction

05:08 min | Last week

Entrepreneur Success Be Undaunted Kara Goldin - Know When to Move On

"I'm going to move ahead though here too on chapter five Which is entitled. Know when to move on and i want to give you a quote from page thirty three. You said money is never been a big motivator for me and still isn't what's the point of making money doing something you don't love. I stuck with it. But i knew i was not going to stay at cnn for long. I think this is. This is another one of those little -portant subtle things that gold and says that i think is really really important for people to wrap their minds around help them understand this that little nugget of goodness. Yeah well. I think that the most important thing is you. Go out and try things right and i was. I mean. it's interesting to think that at the time. Cnn was what would be termed today. A late stage starter. right ted. Turner was still running around the offices. I mean it was. It was just crazy. It was not you know the size that it was today and he was splitting his time between atlanta new york city. But what i realized was that i was i was coming in there. Initially because i thought the ted was this god-like figure and that it was an interesting brand and it was really really exciting. But i understood it pretty quickly that it was not what i wanted to do. I didn't wanna do the type of sales and business development that i was ending up working on and but that didn't mean while i was there that i wasn't going to do a great job and i think that that's something that i you know really really when eventually a when you look back on things and you connect the dots. I think that putting all that you've got into an organization and knowing that you have got a time line versus actually burning out on the job right and knowing that that's something that is That really you can take with you at all times that you knew it wasn't going to be the place. I not only learned a lot about sales and some of the other things that i was taught there but i also learned about culture. The culture at time for example was very. You know blood an ivy league versus what i was seeing from ted turner who you know very much the the organization was you know very much to him and which i think is so typical inside of companies to where you know his swearing his his suit and his cowboy boots. I had even growing up in arizona. Had never seen such thing. But things. But i think that it's just it really speaks to no experience along. The way is a waste of time right. That's another thing that i say to people. Sometimes people would say to me always should never have stayed at that job for so long instead of actually thinking about what you've done wrong figure out what the lessons you learned from matt and also understand. Maybe what you'll take with you. I mean we ended up doing a super bowl ad few years ago. That was super last minute. And i think that a lot of the things that i learned from being at cnn helped me to negotiate that deal. Right i didn't know it when i was sitting there that we would have. I would eventually be running a company and doing a super bowl ad. But i knew enough about trafficking and add through and waiting until the last minute and people thinking you know that it's going to be one price but it will discount really fast the closer and closer you get to the super bowl so all of these tactics team was saying. How do you know this stuff. I mean and i said you know. It's all part of my journey somewhere along the way so there's lots of lessons in that chapter as well. you know. this is this just in because this isn't in the book but you just triggered a thought in in me that you just said you know i think so often you know when we're on our journeys we don't we don't think about that where we're at is going to contribute to something in our future and the truth of the matter is if we could if we could appreciate where we are at even if you're not real happy with where you're at that you could see it as being something that is going to contribute to something even greater. Yeah right i mean it could make the it could make it. I mean because that's what you that's what you just did absolutely jobs always said. It's like the dots eventually connect right right but when you're in and you go through challenging time you don't y- i'll give you another example. That's not in the book when the pandemic hit the us which you know. I about as last march and It was you know it was a really challenging time. You were an essential product so

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Tranexamic Acid Plus Uterotonic Agents Significantly Reduce Postpartum Blood Loss

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:11 min | Last week

Tranexamic Acid Plus Uterotonic Agents Significantly Reduce Postpartum Blood Loss

"Hemorrhage remains a leading cause of severe maternal complications and death worldwide prophylactic administration of traffic amick. Acid has been associated with reduced postpartum blood loss after caesarean delivery in several small trials but evidence of its benefit in the clinical context remains inconclusive in this trial. Four thousand four hundred thirty. One women undergoing caesarean delivery before or during labor at thirty four or more jess station weeks were randomly assigned to receive an intravenously administered prophylactic utero tonic agent and either traffic amic acid or placebo. The primary outcome of postpartum hemorrhage occurred in twenty six point seven percent of women in the traffic samick acid group and thirty one point six percent of women in the placebo group. There were no significant between group. Differences in mean gravity metrically estimated blood loss or in the percentage of women with provider assessed clinically significant postpartum hemorrhage. Use of additional utera. Tonic agents or postpartum blood transfusion thromboembolic events. In the three months after delivery occurred in zero point. Four percent of women who received traffic samec acid and in zero point one percent of women who received placebo among women who underwent cesarean delivery and received prophylactic utero. Tonic agents traffic samick. Acid treatment resulted in a significantly lower incidents of calculated estimated blood loss greater than one thousand milliliters or red cell transfusion by day two then placebo but it did not result in a lower incidence of hemorrhage related secondary clinical outcomes postpartum hemorrhage a review article by jessica beanstalk from johns hopkins university school of medicine baltimore. Postpartum hemorrhage continues to be the leading preventable cause of maternal illness and death. Globally worldwide postpartum hemorrhage accounts for eight percent of maternal deaths in developed regions of the world and twenty percent of maternal deaths in developing

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What Are the Pros and Cons of Carb Cycling?

Ask The Health Expert

02:25 min | Last week

What Are the Pros and Cons of Carb Cycling?

"You to really think about your diet is that you want to be metabolic flexible. What does that mean well. In the sugar impact died. I talk about being a sugar burner versus a fat burner. You don't wanna be a sugar burner the you know. You're sugar burners you lose weight. You don't lose your waist that's making you worse. Not better by the way you don't want that and if you can't go more than two to three hours without getting that term that they made that henry term so you've never ever just forgotten eat in fact that's the sign that you're a fat burner is you can easily go hours without eating you actually. Sometimes we'll go. god. I eat lunch. That's one in you lose weight off your waist until obviously you don't want to be the sugar burn in fact which you really wanna be is Is able to burn sugar. Able to burn fat and able to burn tones meal the cycle back and forth so that depending on where you are in your cycle. If you're a cycling female for what you're doing with your exercise you can bring the carbohydrates up or you can move into more of a cheetah genyk low carb diet and your body can easily shift back and forth. So i want us to really rethink this and that we want to cross train our diet now. This is important because like where kina genyk die to near mint. Fasting can be therapeutic. And especially when you look at like More extended fasting can be therapeutic for anti-aging for stimulating stem cells for immune health forgetting blood sugar balance. If you do it longer term same with too much keita. Do kito longer term specially for women in some women. This could create some stress responses and can actually start to mess up your periods It can start to mess up your dreams and your cortisol. So that's what you wanna think of. And that's why. I really like the idea of your diet because if you think about it like that's what we would naturally do. If this was a thousand years ago we would have had more fruit during the summer. Not really in the winter so we would have eaten more of that gained some weight by the way the days would have been longer. We would've been staying up later. We would have been more insulin resistant. We would have stored more fat so that during the winter when we didn't have access to that and we're eating more things like ham akin and fats and going into kit. Hoses we can use that stored body fat for fuel so we naturally are supposed to cycle. Were supposed to be able to miss meals and not have it be a total crisis

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Do We Age More at 34?

Forever35

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Do We Age More at 34?

"Okay so i googled. Okay like what is refined koogle like age. More at thirty four and what i found was that this comes from a study conducted at stanford university school of medicine and will link to an article. That was on stanford's website it says stanford scientists reliably predict people's age by measuring proteins in blood and then lower down in the article. So it does say here. That aging is not done perfectly even pace. And then it says there seems to be a more herky-jerky trajectory with three distinct inflection. Points in the human life cycle which occurs at thirty four sixty and seventy eight because the proteins in your blood. Change noticeably change. This is what the article says okay. I'm not a scientist as we've established many times neither story okay so cool i mean but it sounds like that's that's detecting it in internal internally as opposed to like grey hairs coming out. I mean i have friends who went gray or fully bald at the age of twenty. So i think i think all this study shows and the article makes his point that like we have kind of three points in our life like you know young adulthood says late middle aged and old age right so this seems like nothing new to

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How Is Celiac Disease Diagnosed?

Food Psych

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

How Is Celiac Disease Diagnosed?

"Silly disease can't be self diagnosed. And the only way it can be diagnosed with a blood test to see if you have the genetic marker for steel eac along with a blood test for i g antibodies. What's known as a a as an awesome while. You're eating gluten so you need to see if you have those antibodies while you're eating gluten because that tells you whether your body is in fact reacting to gluten and the technical name for this task for anyone who's gonna take this to the doctor and ask about it. Technical name is the serum anti tissue trans glue. Tammy's i g antibodies test or anti t t g. I g a test is quite a mouthful but you can ask your medical doctor about getting it and generally providers with an md or the only ones who can administer this test working with a provider who doesn't have an md. Usually they cannot prescribe tasks like this or right for tests. Like this. And i would really recommend working with an md instead of an alternative medicine practitioner. In your workup for silly disease. Anyway because there's a lot of misinformation and false diagnoses out there about gluten related disorders that are floating around in the integrative and alternative medicine world which is really. Rife with what i call the wellness diet that sneaky modern guise of diet culture that pretends to be all about health and wellness but his actually just another form of deprivation and dietary perfectionism

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How Chromium Helps Blood Sugar Control

Diet Science

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

How Chromium Helps Blood Sugar Control

"Chromium does and this is something really interesting. It was actually long thought to be toxic but then in nineteen fifty seven discovered to be an essential part of something that is created within our body called glucose tolerance factor more gt f for short and so the the mineral chromium when we get it from our foods inside of our body it incorporates into this compound called glucose tolerance factor and that is a compound this made out of chromium niacin which is vitamin b. three and then three different amino acids and then it creates. This complex called glucose tolerance factor. And that's kind of really the way the chromium works in our body to help us with our blood sugar levels because it would it does. Is it helps the insulin to be more receptive or more received by our cells to allow glucose into the cell to be used to create energy. Sounds like for those that are diabetic. They're lacking bat exactly. Yeah so that's kind of where a lot of the more recent research has gone is. What's the relationship between chromium intake in the diet. And people who have either prediabetes or type two diabetes so and typically what is found that people with any kind of blood sugar imbalances like that diabetes tend to be very low in chromium in their diet. Enough all right so late on me. How do we get it in our diet. Well there's a number of foods that contain chromium and then there's also the supplemental form of chromium taking it as a supplement to make sure you're getting enough. The challenge with getting it in your diet is the foods. It's kind of hard to know. Exactly how much in those foods because depending on where the food is grown and what the chromium content is in the soil. How much chromium. That's really going to have in a serving of that

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Clean Skin From Within With Dr. Trevor Cates

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:10 min | Last month

Clean Skin From Within With Dr. Trevor Cates

"Cates. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you. It's great to be here absolutely an. let's let's talk about. I mean he wrote this great book clean skin from within in that book. You talk about how. The skin is really a magic mirror for overall health. So can you talk about well. Our skin is our largest. It's right on the surface of our bodies so it's actually great honor reflection of our overall health and i know oftentimes with skin issues. People are quick to grab a topical cream to suppress a symptom or for women to wear makeup to cover up any kind of blemishes. But i want to encourage people to use your skin as a tool to hope with your overall health because skin at issues that actually show up you know on your on the surface as a warning early warning sign off type score for various hope issues and so it's a great way to check in with your body and also with your lifestyle choices. I totally agree. You know you can really see it going on. And what are some of the key. Underlying factors behind imperfect skin. I found that there are six root causes behind skin issues. And as i say these you'll probably okay. This is related to skin and are things like inflammation nutritional deficiencies microbiome disturbance. Oxidative damage hormonal imbalances. Blood sugar issues. So a lot of these warning sign show up on the skin. Like for example. One of the first signs of low thyroid function is dry skin now. Of course the comes with a lot of other symptoms but it can be one of the early signs or Condition called care to us as pilar bums on the backs of the show backs of people's arms while there's oftentimes a nutritional deficiency so these are just a couple of examples of of ways. The skin gives us these early signs.

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

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Blood Ties

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"blood" Discussed on Blood Ties

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Blood Ties

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"blood" Discussed on Blood Ties

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

"Katherine Har was buried beneath subtly chapel but over the next two centuries the chapel and estate above her fell into ruin. You wasn't until seventeen. Eighty two when the owner of the property and a few visitors. Were curious enough to force their way down the narrow stone steps and see the crypt that laid beneath Catherine's lead coffin was exactly as it had been when it was placed there over two hundred thirty years prior pressed into the lead the inscription read. Kp here Lyeth. Queen Catherine Wife to King Henry the eighth and the wife of Thomas Lord of subtly curiosity got the better of the visitors and they pried open the coffin to find the corpse wrapped in waxy linen. They recoiled when they saw what was revealed inside. The coffin. Been so airtight that it looked as though Catherine Parr had died only the day before her skin was Milky White. Her Hair. Perfect or dress still retained color. She might as well have been taking a NAP horrified. The men shut the lid to the coffin and left but they had broken the seal and let the air and by the time cabinet. Pars courts was invited again. All that was left was bones. Well not only bones in ivy plant also managed to grow in the coffin weaving its way up and around the skull if you looked at it from certain angles the IV plant had curled itself over her skull into a crown. Noble blood is production of iheartradio and grim mild from Aaron Minke. The show is written and hosted Dana Schwartz and produced by Aaron Minke Matt Frederick Alex Williams and Trevor Young Noble Blood is on social media at Noble Blood Tales. And you can learn more about the show over at Noble Blood Tales Dot Com for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio. App Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows..

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

"Welcome to noble blood production of iheartradio and grim and mild from Aaron Minke Listener discretion is advised on November eighth fifteen forty one queen. Catherine Howard was brought to a small room to sit opposite. Thomas Cranmer Archbishop of Canterbury. The Archbishop assured King Henry the eighth few days prior that his interrogation would be harsh and merciless. That would import on the king's young bride the severity of her crimes and scare her into full honesty. But when cranmer saw the young girl he felt his resolve drain away. She was weeping already. Frantic with grief and terror her bloodshot eyes darting around the room. As if an executioner's blade could appear at any moment but she also looked so small so young she was in nineteen year old girl and she was in a chair that looked far too big for her. Grandmother really had all the information already that his investigation really needed only two weeks ago. The allegations had just been a rumor. A single rumor from a single source. The claim was this that the new queen have been less than virginal when she had married the king. Someone had informed the archbishop that in Katherine thome growing up. She had not one but two affairs first with her music teacher and then with her grandmother's secretary did you or did you not cranmer began. As soon as Catherine had caught her breath. Have a sexual relationship with your music teacher. Henry Mannix when you're living with your grandmother the Dowager Duchess in Lambeth Catherine wailed no sir. It was a flirtation. That's all he never knew me. In the way a husband knows his wife. I have only ever been true to King Henry. And what of a secretary some time later? A man named Francis D-ram did you know him intimately Catherine's breath began to quicken. Radically cranmer noticed her cheeks and dress sleeves. Were both wet with tears. Be Honest Child. Cran said the Lord is Merciful to those who are honest as almost nafter thought he added. I have already spoken to both men. Catherine didn't respond and CRAN mark continued. You Endear Him. Call each other husband and wife did you. Not Catherine nodded. Were you formally bound to Dsm? The archbishop continued still unable to quite locate the harsh tone but he had rehearsed. Did you lie with him once? More Catherine nodded her head. We did lie together. Two or three times in my bed in the maidens chamber when I lived in Lambeth but I never betrayed King Henry. I never betrayed my husband or sinned against him in any way but she had already said enough she had betrayed. The king betrayed him by pretending to be a virgin in a lie by omission humiliated. The king by now letting the whole world know that. He had been fooled by a teenager. Catherine broke down in sobs as he left. The archbishop quietly whispered to the guards that they should remove any items from her chamber. That might allow her to commit suicide. Catherine Howard and King Henry. The eighth had only been married about sixteen months now with her past revealed. She knew that her time is queen was over with. Henry's history should be lucky to make it out with her head for a little while. It seemed as though she might after her Tara Gatien Catherine was sent away from court to Syon Abbey seemed as though the king was going to show her mercy. Her arrangement with Francis Theorem could technically qualify as a pre contract. Which would mean her marriage to Henry was invalid getting him off the Hook Easy Catherine have to give her jewels and possessions and live in exile away from court for the rest of her life. It looked as though that was what was going to happen. It looked that way for exactly three days three days. After Catherine Howard's interrogation Francis theorem revealed under torture. Something else about Queen Catherine something that the king wouldn't be able to look upon with mercy from that moment. Catherine's fate was sealed. I'm Dana Schwartz and this is noble blood..

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

"Welcome to noble blood production of iheartradio and grim and mild from Aaron Minke Listener discretion is advised Henry. The eighth died fifteen forty seven obese and one leg still rotting from a bad fall off a horse. Decades earlier after his corpse was embalmed and spiced it lane state in the Presence Chamber of Whitehall surrounded by burning taper candles and then two weeks later. The slow procession to his burial site began carriage followed by hundreds of men on horseback. The carriage itself was a massive elaborate and tall pulled by eight horses each ridden by a child on top of the hearse in full view of the public. That had come out onto the streets to say goodbye to their king was an effigy. Made of wax and wood meant to resemble the king in his more handsome days. The effigy were satin and Velvet and Jules with rings dotting its gloved hands. It wore a crown but when King Henry's procession finally reached its destination. Saint George's Chapel Windsor Castle. His tomb wasn't gilded or flanked by sculptures type of pomp. You would expect for the Final Resting Place of a man who saw himself as a dynastic hero. The champion of England chosen by God to lead their church and their nation that was the tomb he had wanted for himself one. He had described early in his life. A double tomb with effigies in marble carved angels on the wall and prophets perched on overlooking columns but King. Henry was not a man who wanted to acknowledge his own death to spend thousands of pounds while he lived celebrating the idea that one day he would be gone he never built his own tomb and so instead he was interred simply in the vault beneath. Saint George's Chapel beneath a plain black marble slab. What was supposed to be? His temporary resting place became the place that Henry the one of England's most famous monarchs remained permanently but one of his wishes for burial was honored. Though at the time of his death Henry. The eighth was on his sixth and final wife Catherine Parr. He specified that he should be buried not next to her but next to his third wife. Jane Seymour. He was married three times after her but it was her memory that Henry Clung to the memory of the wife who had done all of the others hadn't given him a living son the two of them side by side for history for eternity the man who had six wives choosing to be entwined forever with the one he idealized and romanticized and missed until finally he joined her in death. I'm Danish warts and this is noble blood Jane Seymour was never going to make a very advantageous marriage. That's what she knew growing up in the Wiltshire countryside her mother's seventh child with three surviving older brothers. She was still unmarried in her twenties largely because her father wasn't wealthy enough to put up an attractive dowry and so the family used what connection. They had to send her to court where she would be a lady to. Catherine of Aragon. The Queen of England chain was blonde and fair. And while she wasn't unattractive no one would ever call her great beauty. The hope was that you would meet a nice man at court. Maybe a night banner at or the like and that she would get married. Jane was raised Catholic and raised to be a dutiful wife above all else choose only barely literate but she was an expert at embroidery and housekeeping and one day she would bear a Brood of children like her mother. Everyone knew it. Her mother had given her father three living sons. There's no greater success than that. Good Sweet Jane went to court and watched as Catherine of Aragon was humiliated and banished and betrayed by her husband. Catherine was a devout Catholic to she prayed every day she was a princess daughter of King and Queen and she had loved her husband with her whole heart. Catherine never complained never became angry when her husband flirted with other women danced with other women slept with other women. Catherine hadn't been able to give Henry a son now just the little Princess Mary. The girl with red blond hair like her father and a dutiful Catholic heart like her mother princess. Mary was only a few years younger than Jane. Herself and Jane had watched Mary's life play out like some sort of Greek tragedy. The girl had been the Pearl of court beloved and doted on by her father until Katherine fell out of favour until Henry fell in love with Angolan and declared Mary Illegitimate. Mary was stripped of her title. No longer princess just a lady now and banished from court doomed to teenage years of anguish of begging her father for mercy I shred of love or even acknowledgement all while being forbidden to see her mother ever again when an NBA. Lynn became queen. Anne adopted the most happy as her motto and pushed Henry to continue to ignore Mary and let Catherine suffer. The misery of her own making chain didn't mind being Queen and New Lady. Although of course you would never admit out loud. She still had sympathy for the former queen and for the ones Princess. Mary still banished from court. Even after Catherine of Aragon eventually died..

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

"That's the story of Catherine the Great Rise to power but keep listening for a brief debunking of one of history's most pervasive rumors about her. This part verges on sexual. So if there are extremely young children listening with you and you don't want to be the moment that you have to explain the concept of beast geology. It's probably best that they stop listening about ten seconds ago. You know it. It seems like there's an infinite amount of information being uploaded to the Internet every day. You know it's hard to know what is accurate. What is factual what is believable math? Why I I love having the great courses plus it's valuable in-depth content I can actually trust the streaming service offers? Thousands of objective unbiased lectures xers from respected professors. Who really know their stuff? I mean if you've been enjoying this episode on Catherine the Great You will love the course that I've been watching understanding Russia Shaw Cultural History. It's really helped me unpack these really intimidating figures. People like Ivan the Terrible. The course has really been helping unpack. Exactly what made him mm-hmm so terrible. So stop second guessing and sign up for the great courses plus today. They're giving my listeners. This amazing limited time deal which is a free trial L. Plus fifty percents off their three-month plan but to take advantage of this amazing offer. You have to sign up today using my special url the great courses plus plus dot com slash noble. That's the great courses plus dot com slash noble. As you know if you've listened to my podcast I'm a little bit obsessed with the Macabre and historical true crime cases. But even I need the occasional break so so when I need to cleanse my palate from historical murder and mayhem my go-to refresh or is this mobile game. Called best feeds best. Fiends is a puzzle the game you can play right now on your phone. It's Super Fun. You go through all these levels solving challenging puzzles that actually engage your brain. I only made it to level twenty five so far Dr but to New Year. So who knows what I'll do. It's a super stimulating. Game with bright colors cute characters and best fiends updates the game monthly with new levels and and events so never gets old. It's a great game to challenge your brain with fun puzzles and the best part. Is You collect these doorbell. Cute characters along the way. It's eight to five star rated mobile APP on the apple APP store and Google play and download right now for free. That's friends without the our best. Fiend and okay. I'm sorry I had to do it. I had to bring up the terrible everlasting decades long centuries long rumor that Catherine the great the empress of Russia who wrote letters with Voltaire and brought at the enlightenment to her empire died having sex with her horse. She didn't historians tend to paint Catherine the great as an incredibly sexual sexual person. Thanks to handful of love affairs that she had with younger men when she was empress like many women in power a number of rumors then circulated about her to try the undermine and discredit her consensual relationships with young men yes horses no catherine the great died of a stroke when she was sixty seven years old in her bed at the Winter Palace. Rarely in this podcast is the truth less fun than fiction and I take no pleasure in reporting a fairly standard and to an extraordinary figure if it cushions the blow. Here's something although she did make it to her bed before her. The actual death some historians say that the stroke she suffered before she died actually occurred while she was on the toilet. Noble blood is a production of iheartradio and Aaron. Making the show is written and hosted by Dana Schwartz and produced by Aaron. Minke Matt Frederick Trick Alex Williams and Trevor Young Noble Blood is on social media at Noble Blood Tales. And you can learn more about the show. Over at Noble Blood Tales Dot Com for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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"blood" Discussed on Blood Ties

Blood Ties

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Blood Ties

"Clock was an example where that actually worked worked. Where when you hear that grandfather clock you know you're in the Richland's house well and the difference there between the windbreaker man and the grandfather clock is the grandfather clock is actually emotionally evocative Aug. in a way that the wind windbreaker is not and I think that that's why it feels organic to the story because we know what it means to eleanor? And it's kind of a reminder of life before she knew all of this and so because it has an emotional place in the world of the story it doesn't doesn't feel expository every time you hear the grandfather clock. Let's talk about the cast. How did you arrive on Gillian? Jacobs and Josh Scan Gillian signed on first and I've been a big fan of hers. I love the show. Love on Net flicks She he was in an independent film. That came out a couple of years called. Don't think twice. I just think she's really talented. And the process of making this only made me have more respect for her She really really feels into the Into this character and into these moments so quickly ineffectively and You know one of the things with the series that we wanted was to make sure that it was very clear and accessible to people who have never listen to an audio drama before So she really invested in making sure that the emotions were true but the things got across to the Audience Josh Gad is arguably one of the most successful voice actors of our our generation eighties. He's law from frozen but You know the idea of Olaf you know the voice that you know as the snowman from frozen being this sort of morally ambiguous Drug addicted brother was just too great. I also just As a writer my favorite part of the of the process is when you actually get to see what the actors do with the writing and what rings true for them uh-huh and what doesn't and what and what they choose to tweak. Because at the end of the day you know we write these scripts and you can make all these plans. But they're the only ones who are actually diving down in there and seeing what's inside and what does it feel like to be inside these these scenes and so it's always a wonderful moment when they come back out and Kinda report back like what's going on in there what worked what didn't and They were they're both. You know very very very sensitive great readers and and great Critics and I I felt like they brought a lot to the To the story into into the script in the studio I know from working with actors on audio dramas that they often express that this is is one of the purest forms of acting that they've experienced they get to forget blocking and camera angles and wardrobe make up and just just really embodied the character as wondering two things. Did your cast express any opinions about acting in an audio drama that it was different for them and And how did they embody the character did day themselves bring any improvisation to the roles We recorded for about a week in Los Los Angeles And they both Did say that. They felt like a lot of the tools that they usually have. Were taken away from them in this case. So you know if you can rely on a on a look where gesture when you're acting for for television or film that's available to you. I think any any actor would love that. There's no hair and makeup required. You just roll into the studio That's just anybody's dream but on top of that. I think that they both had to figure out how to Play the intention of a moment with just their voice as far as improvisation. Yeah they did a lot especially in the scenes. That was them talking. They were really active participants in figuring out starting with the script. What What would make it work in fact and we have big twist at the end? which for some reason you're listening to this and you haven't listened all six episodes We find out at the very end that Peter Richland a father is actually still alive. That was Joshua's idea. He said You've got to have him come back at the very last minute. And so we recorded a couple of different front ideas for endings and that was the one that we went with and so that was a contribution right there from Josh. I find that incredible. It seems like the big tee up for season two was an improvisation it feels completely built in to the story ARC. It was something that Ben and I had considered but we to be honest we toss it off as to soap opera. Ish like he's actually still alive but over the course of making it we kind of came around and then when we listen to it we were like. Yeah I think this works. I mean this obviously sets up a big train running to go into season two that we have to address. Yeah absolutely and you know. This happens. A lot with collaborations where it's like. You know we. We had discussed an eliminated that as a possibility for the for the end of the series and yet Josh was pointing out that we actually kind of wrote it in. I mean like you said Lindsey like it's in it's in there was still in the in the writing and but I'm just I'm so happy that he that he recognized recognized it and And pointed out. Well now that you've got your new improvised season to What do you think is coming coming for us? What what can we expect for me? Season one like like what Marshall said is about is about to people who find themselves caught in a situation. That's much much much larger than anything they've ever had to deal with and they have to decide how to react and they each choose a different course and by the end of season one. They've they've made their choices and season two for me. They're going to have to confront the consequences intentional or unintended of those choices and those consequences are are not anything like what they're expecting. They're very surprising. Very challenging changing Very very intense. I'd also say that you know as for that that final final twist. I think that even even as adults we we kinda behave one way when we think that our parents might be watching us and a little differently when we know they aren't and There's definitely a gap between the two. And I think the season two is gonNA live in that gap and Michael and Eleanor can have to confront that gap. Yeah I think the Ark of the first season was really this idea that Michael and eleanor on an inevitable path to breaking between between each each other that their reaction to this big moment at the beginning when their parents die is that they are not going to be on speaking terms. uh-huh when when season two starts and I think that that is definitely going to be the jumping off point on top of everything else that they sort of both have a large share share in this company that they're still questions around. What happens with Santino? They're still obviously questions about what's going to happen. Now that we know that Dr Richland is Back Jack or a WHO he. WHO's GonNa know that information and we are going to start from there as we dive in this season to well? I'm excited for season. Two and looking forward to who it later this year then Marsha thanks for talking with me thanks Lindsay great talking with you. Thanks for having me. That was my conversation with Benjamin Gray and Marsha Louis the writer and director factor of blood ties Blantyre Season Two will premiere July twenty twenty. Be Sure to subscribe to get all the updates and be the first to hear the season two trailer from. I'm wondering this was a special behind the scenes. Look at the making of blood ties. If you'd like to help us spread the word please give blood ties. A five star review. Tell your friends to subscribe wondering podcasts are available on Apple podcasts. spotify cast box and every major listening APP as well as wondering Dot Com. If you're listening on a smartphone tap or swipe over the cover art of this podcast you find the episode notes and offers from our sponsors when you support our sponsors. You help bring shows like blood ties to you for free another way. You can and support the show spy filling out a quick survey at wondering dot com slash. Survey thank you. 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"blood" Discussed on Blood Ties

Blood Ties

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Blood Ties

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You make bombs donates a pair to someone in need by your Bombay at Baba's dot com slash blood ties today and get twenty percents off your first purchase. That's B. O.. N. B. A. S. dot com slash blood ties for twenty percent off bombs dot com slash blood ties wondering certainly dealt with a lot of these topics before four and many of their other shows. But this one is a scripted audio trauma and I'm wondering how it's different from many of the other shows. What is it like to produce or a direct and audio drama like this Marshall? Well it's been interesting to see the feedback. There are certain number people who listened to it and I think they weren't sure whether it was true or not and that speaks to the kind of immersive way that we tell some of our stories in general even when they are true. So we certainly weren't trying to deceive anybody with this With this audio drama we wanted people to understand right from the beginning that these were actors and this was a fictional story it definitely pulls from from the headlines Things that have come up around the metoo movement and reassessing People and particularly men who had a lot of power have a lot of power our and how they use it and we use the character that Gillian Jacobs plays. Eleanor as our main conduit for that and seeing her Having one image of her father that no one ever challenged because she was the daughter right she was like the daughter this famous guy and no one ever told her the truth so now right on the heels of of of her father's disappearance or death she gets thrown this massive curve ball of what her father was really like. And you know that has been said is kind of puts you in the shoes of somebody in a way that I think audio is a really great way Ada put somebody emotionally at the center of a story. Well and I'd also say just from the from the perspective of of writing this unlike in film film and television you know when you write a story audio you're just giving the audience the bare minimum. You giving them a couple of voices and giving them a few sound effects and the rest is it's up to the listeners. Own Imagination what. These people actually look like what kind of car they drive kind of close to. They wear even how they're feeling and a particular moment because he can't see their our faces that's all supplied by the listener. And so what's really exciting for me. is to think about the millions of people who have listened into blood. tyzzer million different Michael's million different eleanor's and a million different worlds that the story takes place in. This was the first audio drama that I had directed though oh I've been involved in a lot of our nonfiction series knight directed film films. But they were definitely many challenges along the way when you start to realize how little you have to work with You have just sound. You can't rely on somebody knowing that one character padded another on the back or one character made us are casting face in response to a common so you either have a choice where you have to be super literal and make sure are they say a line that conveys that kind of sarcasm or you have to let it go. Let the listener imagine. Oh I think absolutely and you know what what passes us a pregnant tenths. Pause in film is just dead space in audio and so the pacing and everything has to has to take that into into account. I mean I think the flip side of that wonderful immersive thing about about audio is a real challenge. which is that your your audience is so open to to distraction there on the subway or they're they're in their car there yelling at their fellow motorists in in traffic? And your phone rings. You're you're fighting. All of these. All of these distractions and so you have to. You have to tell a story that people aren't GonNa want to start listening to but they're gonNA WANNA keep diving back into over and over and and over again and I at least I was very cognizant of that as we were writing this in terms of in terms of pacing and And the story. Yeah you did quite a few things well in blood ties is that I found difficult and audio drama For instance you have a very small constrained cast. You have really two main characters and everyone else's important But auxiliary and it keeps the audience focused there isn't much of a beer. AC- storyline to confuse or distract giants. So I was wondering what else Johnson the writing and storytelling process. Did you find challenging to make this the best to could be in audio. I think you're right. We kept it very contained For a reason one the reason was budget. Frankly we only had so much time to record this series and we wanted to keep it to a small relatively small cast of characters and a small timeline. Yeah I can imagine an alternate world or or looking into the future where you were inside richland health services or or You were With Connie in the newsroom but we we decided to convey a lot of that offscreen essentially and and you you know that was a that was a challenge but we wanted to keep the story streamlined and tight and moving forward and not have it too sprawling one thing. I'd like to ask you as from a writing standpoint point how you handled scene transitions in TV and film. Were accustomed to fade outs and wipes and establishing shots What did you do in your or writing? That gave us the same feeling that we're moving on. That's a great question. I think some were written and some were were were were decided by the sound designer Jeff Schmidt in the after the fact we definitely did a lot of playing with the transitions in post. Some you know we. We started with the dissolve and went to a to a hard cut with some signposting sound effects. I know one plot element from season. One that we we used a lot was the grandfather clock And it has that has emotional meaning for for Eleanor Abbott. It also is very helpful just in terms of telling telling the audience when they're in the richland home But that was something we played with a lot and it's interesting we had a whole storyline about a guy who is following a Eleanor around who banned handwritten. In that he wore a windbreaker he was windbreaker man. And that was this idea that if you could hear the Swish Swish Swish a that. A that of like a vinyl windbreaker makes than that would-be identifiable But we ended up cutting and part of it was like like. Is that something that people recognize about character that that they're win win that they're windbreaker makes it sound but yeah. The grandfather.

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

"By this point Bavaria had been absorbed by Prussia and no longer operated as an independent kingdom. ludvig would have a hall of mirrors running being nearly two hundred and fifty feet lit by two thousand one hundred eighty eight candles which he insisted that his servants light every night and replaced the following day with fresh candles. Obsession became mania. In the end the king would spend less than in a week in his never finished many versus. The ludvig never used the kingdom's funds for his palaces. The government was still made uneasy by his blase attitude toward spending and debt. They begged him to take an interest in government to meet with ministers ministers to do something anything other than reading and writing and dreaming and spending acting on stage without without an audience. Stories of the kings eccentric behavior kept trickling into government officials who exchanged sideways always glances. Ludvig asked his cabinet for a credit of six million marks to complete his mini by which was denied. Ludvig was oh so frustrated. He publicly threatened to fire his entire cabinet and replace them on a few weeks later. A government commission came to seize King Ludwig the second and depose him saying that the king was insane and unfit to rule a few days later. Ludvig let's dead apprentice. Who lived in a fantasy and dive in the shallow waters of a lake near Present Palace? That's the story of the tragic death of King Ludvig the second of Bavaria. They keep listening after brief sponsor break to hear a little bit more about his relationship with Wagner. And as you know if you've listened to my podcast I'm a little bit of SAST with the Macabre and historical true crime cases. But even I need the occasional break so when I need to cleanse my palate from historical murder and mayhem my go-to refresher is this mobile game called best. It feeds best fiends puzzle game. 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It's almost impossible able to think of Wagner without also thinking of his racism and anti-semitism after all he was Hitler's favorite composer and Hitler's favourite composer for a reason and wagner resented the success of Jewish composers Felix Mendelssohn Giacomo Mayor Beer the latter who loaned wagner money and who actually arrange the premiere ear Wagner First Successful Opera Rienzie. Mayor Beer was confused in hurt when he first read about Wagner Vitriol towards him and towards all Jews in the essay Wagner wrote called Jewishness in music in that Essay Wagner. You'd that Jewish composers would never be able to capture a true German spirit King Ludvig the second who remained devoted supporter of Wagner. Even after the composer was banished to Switzerland funded funded a production of the opera parcel under one condition. Wagner had to accept that the opera would be conducted by Hermann Levi the son of Rabbi and ludvig personal couple Meister or head conductor wagner balked saying that Levi should have to be baptized before conducting his his opera. But LUDWIK didn't act down nothing is more repugnant. Nothing less edifying than such squabbles. People after all our brothers in spite of all denominational differences dude vigour wrote and so in eighteen eighty. Two Hermann Levi conducted the first performance of parcel while by all indications wagner remained an anti Semite for his entire life he and Levi also remained friends when wagner died Hermann Levi the son of a rabbi. WHO's one of his pallbearers? Noble blood is a production of iheartradio. Aaron McKie The show is written and hosted by Dana Schwartz and produced by by Aaron. McKie Matt Frederick Alex Williams and Trevor Young Noble Blood is on social media at Noble Blood Tales. 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"blood" Discussed on Blood Ties

Blood Ties

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Blood Ties

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

"Proclaimed him. Regent Barons regency was short-lived. A hated figure in Russian court three weeks after after the empress's death he was banished to Siberia exile out in the cold and that's the story of Empress Anna even as ice palace and her icy rain Stick around after a brief sponsor break to hear more about what came next in Russia in some states. The week after Christmas brings the heaviest case load for police break in spike every single ear during the holidays which is absolutely terrifying. And what's even crazier. Is that only one in five homes have home security. I mean probably because it's complicated and intimidating Tim. Dating and most companies don't make it easy but simply safe is my choice for home security because it's comprehensive professional home security at a fair price protects every room with professional monitoring. If there's a break in you get real time video and best of all there's no contract no hidden fees no fine print just go to simplisafe police safe dot com slash noble to take advantage of simplisafe's amazing holiday savings and get a free hd security camera that's now for for a limited time only and it's ending soon so be sure you hurry up and go to simplisafe dot com slash noble that simplisafe dot com slash noble doc. Princess you married. Catholics weren't the only enemies he's that embracing and a held one of her most hated rivals was her first cousin. Elizabeth a woman nearly two decades younger than her and famously sleep beautiful whereas Anna had always been diplomatically described as sturdy. A foreign minister had once come to end this court where Anna had asked asked him who the most beautiful woman in Russia was not understanding the game forced flattery. The noble instantly pointed to Elizabeth Anna feud with no marriage setups from her bitter cousin on the horizon. Elizabeth took a lover a handsome soldier named Alexis Shubin. The empress took her revenge when she discovered the affair by having Cubans tongue. Cut Out years later. After Anna's death Elizabeth would rise to power in a coup over and his infant nephew Elizabeth. Who was the daughter of Peter? The great got the nobles on her side by pledging that she would never declare a single death sentence as Empress Elizabeth reigned as empress for over twenty years and she kept her word. Noble blood is a production reduction of iheartradio. An air and making the show is written and hosted by Dana Schwartz and produced by Aaron McKie Matt Frederick Alex Williams and Trevor Young Noble Blood is on social media at Noble Blood Tales. And you can learn more about the show over at Noble Blood Tales Dot Com for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows..

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

"The thrown in France operated under SALIC law which meant that only men linked through patrilineal. Oh bloodline were eligible to become king. After the death of King Charles the ninth and fourteen from tuberculosis. His brother Henry. The third third became king but Henry didn't have any children and so when the family's final son died the next man in line for the French throne became mm-hmm Henry of Navarre a Protestant the thought of a Protestant taking the throne launched what became known as the war of the three. Henry's with King Henry the third facing off against Henry of Navarre while a third Henry. The Duke of Geeze tried to establish his own claim to the throne with to help with his many Catholic supporters. Margot's brother her husband and her I love were waging war. Henry third had the Duke Luke of Geeze murdered thinking that if he were the only Catholic Henry left he surely would have supported the people unfortunately the Duke of Geeze was beloved and so the move utterly backfired with Henry's populace rising up against him. The kingdom was fractured threatened. Both internally and externally by Catholics who hated Henry the third and hated Henry of Navarre but for different reasons when Henry the third died. Assassinated by fanatical fanatical monk. Henry of Navarre became King of France but in name only he had not been able to take Paris militarily but but finally in fifteen ninety three Henry of Navarre did something unbelievable something the real court had been hoping that he would do since back when he first became engaged to their beautiful margot. He converted to Catholicism famously. He's thought to have said Paris. Chris is well worth a mass. The French population accepted him as their king. The Pope Undid his excommunication and in in fifteen ninety eight Henry of Navarre signed the Edict of Nantes which offered religious freedom of conscience and basic civil rights for the Protestant he at once led. Well he still led them now. He was after all their king.

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

"Is advised for just a moment when Margot Avowal woke in darkness. The sound of pounding on her door. She thought that it might be her new husband. They had been married just four days earlier. The ceremony was on a platform built outside of Notre Dame cathedral because her new husband was a protestant heretic heretic a huguenot and he couldn't come inside for mass. They had barely looked at each other through the entire ceremony and they hadn't looked did each other. Afterwards when he had gone off to begin the feast things and Panta minds and festivities of their wedding week surrounded by Hugo not friends and she margo had gone to sit in their palaces at Duluth with her sister the marriage hadn't been consummated yet. Her new husband and Henry of Navarre probably assumed from her stony face at the ceremony that she wouldn't be willing and welcoming him her bed but he should have known that Margo go was a girl who did her duty. That was the only reason why she was there in the first place marrying a Protestant heretic at all and so four days as after their wedding when the festivities still raged on when Margot woke to a knock at her door she assumed for a moment that it was her husband but the knocking became more frantic and then there was the crying not the crying of woman or child but the full throated voted weeping of a grown man like a wounded animal then shouting began a stranger's voice screaming. Please please Henry please. There was a stranger in the hallway. Shouting for her husband her husband wasn't there but pulling her white nightdress close to her body. Margot opened the door. A man collapsed onto her hugging her around the waist sobbing dubbing into her stomach when he fell away she saw that her nightdress was painted with blood before she could react. The weeping man Margot Argo heard the clattering of heavy footsteps and turned to see four men for archers with their arrows poised for a deadly shot. They began to race up the hallway. No doubt looking for the man who is now cowering at her feet. The archers were in her house colors they were royal oil soldiers serving her brother. King Charles the ninth and serving her mother the formidable Catherine Dj when the soldier saw Margot go they lowered their weapons and gave brief bows their chests heaved with exhilaration. Their shirts were translucent with sweat this man is under my protection. Margot said the wounded man began kissing her feet. The four soldiers hesitated for a moment but then then moved on running back down the hall with their Bows Still Strung. It's okay Margot said to the stranger. The bloody huguenot. You're you're safe but please tell me what's happening. He didn't have to answer at that very moment. The street outside Margot's window window ignited with the sound of misery and death. The Bells in the Church had just rung three in the morning. And that had been the signal to unleash unleash. A massacre on the hugh nuts that had all arrived in Paris to celebrate the wedding of their leader to Princess of France. It's impossible possible to know how many lives were taken but estimates put the death toll in Paris alone at three thousand from there things only got worse What Katherine Dietschy? And Her son Charles. The ninth unleashed and France was a monster. That tuned spiraled out of their control far beyond beyond what they had originally intended but religious hatred isn't a weapon that can be harnessed with any control. What should have been a wedding to cement? A`religious piece became the catalyst for an orgy of death and violence that lasted for months young Margot vowel Wa. I was caught between loyalty to her family and to her husband. And she watched at the center of a nation as it crumbled into chaos. I'm Dana Schwartz. And this is noble blood..

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

28:52 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

"It's eleven fifty nine in Hollywood California and night call is on the Air I'm Emily Yoshida I'm tess Lynch and I'm Molly Lambert and every week the three of us take your calls and discuss our favorite mysteries conspiracies and pop cultural oddities of the week give us a call at one to four zero four six night and we'll discuss your ghost story welcome to noble blood a production of iheartradio and Aaron Minke Listener discretion is advised if you had been live in the early eighteen hundreds you almost certainly would have been familiar with the cartoons of George cruikshank in fact if you're alive now you're probably familiar with them even if you don't know his name cruikshank became most famous doing illustrations for the books of his friend Charles Dickens he was the one who did the first edition of Oliver Twist but cruickshank initially rose to prominence with political cartoons he did for the satirical periodical the skirt urge he did one cartoon in eighteen sixteen that's particularly interesting featuring Ernest Augustus the Duke of Cumberland after he requested an increased salary from parliament and that request was rejected Ernest was the fifth son of King George the third and if you're into place him in the grand line of British monarchy he's also the uncle to Queen Victoria in the cruickshank drying called the financial survey of Cumberland and the Duke is being thrown out of the parliament building with a fire in Canon the Canon Ball Hits Him Square in the rear ripping the seat of his pants little piece of parchment with his request for the six thousand extra pounds flutters in the smoke in the background of the cartoon the Dukes new wife Frederica is wearing skimpy yellow dress that struggles to contain her Zaphon figure in polite society the new Duchess was of shall we say questionable morals I was her third husband her first husband had died and then she became informal engaged to earnest's brother that is until she got pregnant by someone else she married the child's father only for him to die conveniently just as she was set to divorce him and Mary Ernest rumors of husband number two being isn't had already made their way to British court in the cartoon Fredrika Gazes Leslie after three rather ugly soldiers while saying who could resist lovers such as these but there's something else interesting in the cartoon visible only if you look closely you see the new duchess and her three less than attractive lovers are standing on a hill and that hell is painted with a brown splotch from faraway looks like it could be much but when you look closer through the Brown paint you can see the remnants of a ghostly figure someone cruickshank had drawn and then decided to cover over summer stored versions of the cartoon reveal that the literally hidden figure is a man but a man drawn grotesque with big bulging fish is wearing only a nightshirt a red Gash Marxists slit throat and he holds a razor aloft still dripping blood is this a razor that I see before me the figure says in a speech bubble thou kannst not say I did it is see the Duke of Cumberland's wife wasn't the only one with the specter of murder hangover her the figure is a man named Celis the Duke of Cumberland's former Valet who was found have killed himself but under more than mysterious circumstances why did cruickshank decide to self censor the cartoon did he think that the implication that the duke committed murder was a step too far the truth is he was most likely protecting himself from a libel lawsuit the Duke had already proven himself litigious against people I suggest that sells his death was anything other than a suicide cruickshank would've wanted to avoid a lengthy and expensive trial and the possible subsequent prison sentence but still if you look closely at the cartoon the figure's still visible just barely an eternal reminder of the gruesome death that occurred one may night at one of the most prominent homes in London the Ghost of figure at the heart of a murder mystery and to this day still remains unsolved my name is Dana Schwartz and this is noble blood it was an unseasonably warm evening at the end of May in eighteen ten and when Ernest the Duke of Cumberland returned to his residence at Saint James Palace after an evening and opera benefit for the Royal Society of Musician and it had been in overall pleasant evening the room and felt stuff fear the normal and his suit stuck to him in the heat all in all he was glad to be home to put on his night things and retire to his bedroom all was quiet in St. James's palace at least it was until after midnight mm-hmm at twelve thirty a m the do woke to blows raining down on his head to blunt blows than frenzied cutting later the duke would say in the dreamy haze of semi sleep his is still struggling to adjust to the darkness he thought a bat had made it into his room a leathery thing sharp claws that had come down through the chimney and mistakenly attacked him but he only thought that for a moment before the third blow when the third blow came down the.

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"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"blood" Discussed on Noble Blood

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