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Fresh update on "caroline" discussed on Mac and Gaydos

Mac and Gaydos

00:28 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "caroline" discussed on Mac and Gaydos

"Is in California. My screen says your debt free way to go, kiddo. Thank you very much. Well done. How much have you paid off? $54,414. Good. How long did this take? It took me about two years. Good for you and your range of income during that time. I made 101 of the years and then 1 30 Okay. Cool. What do you do for a living? I am a television writer. Good for you. I'm 28. Alright, 54,000 and what kind of debt? It was 15,000 of it was a car and then the rest of student loans. Wow. So you're 28 year old single lady living in L. A riding television scripts with $54,000 in debt hanging around your neck. Two years ago, you're 26. What woke you up. What was your wake up call? Well, I had listened to you a time My mom and introduced me to you. And I sort of had the mindset of like, if I just listened to you every day. Just don't go away. You know, Dave ish for awhile, and then a friend of mine was going to school at Vanderbilt in Nashville. And I told her. Oh, this is perfect. I'll come visit you and I'll plan to do my debt free scream and she was like, Oh, Caroline is only a two year school and I was like, Ah, game on time Set. I am going to pay this thing off by the time you're done with school. That's cool. You just set a goal weight ago decided to do it just like that Her graduation was like, and of course, I had a trip planned that I had to cancel. But I'll come out another time. But I had a date in mind that I wanted to finish this. I love it will come visit us when you do. Well, we want to see you way to go. Well done. So you just needed Ah, something to say. I got a deadline. That's right. I needed a deadline I need. I needed a plane ticket booked, but then I absolutely had to do it. I thought that was my income because, as a TV writer, it's so varied and AH show can get canceled at any moment. So you feel like I never thought I could do your plan. And I actually called you about two years ago and asked Theo, I have this crazy job. Can I save up some money and I do baby step three before, too and you said You know? Yes. You have a cloud hanging above you at all times, save up a bit of money and then attacked the debt. And that was sort of also the pleasure. I need it to. Once. I had a little bit of money saved for when the show ended. I just went crazy at the debt. Wow. So did the show in That show ended, But I'm on a new show now. Good for you. So you landed right on your feet, then perfect. How's it feel now that you did this It's amazing. It's truly I went on a run right after I paid the last payment, and I was like running on it, like just like, wasn't even touching the ground. Yes, I was flying that kite. And then you know what this show I that I'm working on now. I ended up getting another raise. And I was like, Oh, this is my money now with an incredible feeling. Good for you. Good for you. Well, don guy. This is great. I'm proud of you, young lady. Way to go here. Oh, this is awesome. Very, very cool. What do you tell people? The secret to getting out of debt is by plane ticket to get well, I would also say something for me is that I am a comedy writer. So I like to keep things fun and positive And this doesn't have to be a negative experience. I Think it's really cool and admirable to take care of your money and to take control of your debt. And, you know, they say, Write what? You know I was on a sitcom and I was talking so much about paying off debt that I ended up writing a whole after go to television about a girl paying off her debt. And then I got paid for that. And that went to go pay off. My dad would be a negative thing. It doesn't you don't be a bummer about it. Now. I want my royalties.

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The U.S. economy added 4.8 million jobs in June

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:59 min | 5 d ago

The U.S. economy added 4.8 million jobs in June

"We approach jobs day, I can speak for Caroline myself when we say and think we want to know what Krystle who thinks about all of this, no matter which way it goes. He is a senior fellow at the University of Virginia Millar Centre, Of course, a former deputy deputy secretary of labor, I get that I sort of trip on that almost every time. I'm sorry, Chris formy, former deputy 60 of Labour under President Obama. He's on the phone with us now, Chris, How are you? I'm doing good. Thank you for having me. Alright, Well, it's good to have you back. So your initial reaction like your gut reaction to this and and maybe more important as you saw it all sort of filter through. What do we need to take away from this job's report, both monthly and on and then the weekly jobless claims. So there was a lot of data today. Gut reaction was good with a lot of caveats. You know, we always tell people the monthly jobs data is really kind of looking way back. And in this case, it goes back really, to the PE period that began on June 8th. So in that second week of June 3 economy clearly was recovering. But when you add that with the weekly jobs claimed you sort of get kind of a mixed Picture because we're continuing tohave again, if you add in Not only the people applying under the normal unemployment program, but the new pandemic program for gig workers, it's about two million people applying for unemployment every single week. New people apply. And you know, total right now, but 31 million people on unemployment, which is not really going down. So if you put all of this together, you get a sense of an economy that was reopening. By the beginning of June. Jobs are coming back. And that recovery may have slowed and we don't really know how much of this float and again as we always say, we're still in the middle of a public health crisis and until you resolve that You really can't get a good sense about words that the economy is going right. We're

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More states reverse or slow reopening plans as coronavirus cases climb

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:59 min | Last week

More states reverse or slow reopening plans as coronavirus cases climb

"Was another record setting weekend for new cases of Corona virus three straight days have some the highest numbers yet. A record forty six thousand cases, Friday, almost forty, three, thousand on Saturday and more than forty one thousand yesterday, Florida South Carolina Nevada and Georgia all reported their highest member of daily cases on Saturday with more than two and a half million cases in the US now reported and new infections, surging health and Human Services Secretary Alex. as are issued this warning. The window is closing. We have to act and people as individuals have to act responsibly. We need to social distance. We need to wear face coverings if we're in settings where we can't social distancing particularly in these hot zones. Right now several governors are rolling back reopening plans in Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Who allowed businesses to start reopening an early May shutdown bars and limited restaurant dining in. Amid a spike in cases in California Governor Gavin. newsom rolled back reopening of bars and seven counties including. Los Angeles and in Florida more beaches will be closing again to avoid further spread of the virus, as officials try to tamp down on large gatherings, one of those large gatherings still scheduled in Florida is the Republican National Convention in August which was just relocated to Jacksonville. Now over two hundred Florida, doctors have signed an open letter to Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, calling on him to at least institutes, social distancing and mask mandates at the RNC. Joining us now is one of the doctors who signed that letter. Dr Carolyn mcclanahan who works at a clinic for the working uninsured also in the State Attorney for Palm? Beach County Dave Ehrenberg a doctor mcclanahan. What is the risk of the RNC taking place with people not necessarily having to wear masks and all clustered together I. Ask this because so far at trump events. They have removed stickers. To Guide people about social distancing, and they have clustered people together all chanting and waving their arms in a hot environment at least two that I can think of right now. I think it's possible to conceive that they would try and do this again in Jacksonville. How dangerous could that be for people as it pertains to the coronavirus? Well, this definitely can be a nightmare. One of the problem is when you get a bunch of people you can say social distance, but people don't social distance and one of the problems that has really irked me in Jacksonville's. Our mayor has not in had a mandate for face bass, wearing yet, and we definitely needed. Our numbers are surging in Jacksonville. I work at a clinic for the working uninsured. It's a free clinic and they are the servers at these. Bars Janitors, and they'll be cleaning up after people I'm so nervous that are cases are just going. Just search from all of this. Dave Ehrenberg. I'm just curious. After watching pences event yesterday. I believe it was in Dallas where there was a choir, a large choir singing all standing close together a I know at trump rallies. They had people sign a disclaimer saying that the trump campaign can't be held liable if you could track the coronavirus. AH, trump valley rally, but what about the RNC in the State of Florida If we get a surge in light of the RNC, is it truly not the Republican Party that could be held liable for clearly violating CDC guidelines violating science, and and the advice that has been given from the government about what it takes to stay safe from the coronavirus. Meka there could be some civil liability if you can specifically tie a case of coronavirus to that event, although the RNC would probably say a million different reasons why that person contracted coronavirus not are super spreader event, but as possible, but you can rest assured that attendees are the RNC. We'll be forced to sign the same type of waiver as the people in Tulsa. This is crazy and Dr Caroline should be commended in writing that letter, but I don't think it's GonNa make much of a difference when the individuals who are making the decisions here. The governor and the mayor of Jacksonville will be taking their marching orders on these matters from one person one person alone. President trump and president trump does not want. The convention moved again. He wanted in Jacksonville at the end of August, and he doesn't want people to be forced to mass because he doesn't want the world to see a pack convention with his supporters wearing masks, because president trump sees it as a sign of weakness, and it runs counter to his narrative of transitioning to greatness. It's sad that when it comes to public health that it is now politicized, but that's what we have in the year twenty twenty. Doctrine, mcclanahan Casey haunt has a question for you Casey. Casey Dr Good Morning. If, even if every precaution was followed, if every single person in that all wore masks, if were sanitizing everything after every event taking the extra time is it? Is it at all possible? This would be a safe thing to enter at all. Setting aside I mean we've seen those pictures from the rallies. The president himself fuses to wear masks. I'm not saying that these things will happen, but is it even possible to make it safe? No I mean you're asking for Nirvana for them to act like it's the perfect, and it won't be and so even with mask wearing. There is a small amount of transitions that can occur, and I just concerned that even if they do all the best things that with that many people, that's a lot of people for even a half a percent transmission to occur, though it's not gonNa work, and it just crazy. The Democrats are planning totally virtual convention. Why can't the Republicans can do that and I just WanNa? Be Clear here we are. We don't care which convention it is or whatever it is. There shouldn't be a convention putting all those people together. Dr Carolyn mcclanahan. Thank you very much Dave Ehrenberg. We'll see you once again later this week. Thank you as

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Wounded security guard shoots, kills 2 outside Riverside nightclub, Los Angeles, during gun battle

KNX Evening News

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Wounded security guard shoots, kills 2 outside Riverside nightclub, Los Angeles, during gun battle

"Investigation investigation is is under under way way in in riverside riverside after after a a shooting shooting outside outside a a nightclub nightclub killed a couple and injured a security guard on the weekend there is a pretty good crowded el Talento nightclub Sunday night it just reopened after being closed for months because of the pandemic it was just a call nine and it was going everywhere opens at No police say around midnight a man in the club started getting belligerence of a security guard asked him and the woman he was with to leave to me that says that he's probably had a little bit too much to drink and was you know we all acted up a little bit when the couple got to their car the man pulled a gun drove around to the front of the club and started shooting but I heard the noise of the gunshots going and which was great because it really wasn't a wasn't not and then we just here because we see people running the security guard was struck in the leg but he was able to return fire hitting the man and woman who lost control of their car in question to a business across the street they did not survive the band members who play at the club say they consider the guard a friend so when one of them saw him bleeding heavily waiting for paramedics he grabbed the belt and tied it around his leg all that is just told them to focus on me and all look at me look at me and I was just putting pressure on the wind that's it the guards expected to be okay investigators are now interviewing witnesses and reviewing security video but they believe the man who was killed is the one who shot first CBS two K. Caroline's Tina Patel it's unclear exactly what prompted the two victims to be escorted out of the club this was the night clubs first weekend opened since the pandemic began

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Do Genetics Determine Our Health

Dishing Up Nutrition

04:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Do Genetics Determine Our Health

"Is Darlene convinced. About thirty years ago, I started nutritional weight and wellness with very little financial support. And I remember that well I'm sure you do? But with a big desire to help people feel better through their food, choices and lifestyle habits. Then you know about fifteen years ago, we started the dishing up nutrition radio, show and podcast you know I was already at an age when many of my friends were retiring but not. Of course not. I had a strong desire to spread our message of eating real food to all parts of the world. Some people especially my son. Boy laughed at my dream, but I'm happy to say mission accomplished. Absolutely, Dr. we recently received an email from a delightful woman who listens to dishing nutrition from India. Wow, she said, thank you. Your simple message of eating. Real food has changed my life. We'd love hearing though it's life changing stories from our listeners now you kind of know a little bit more about me. People always want to know about me for some reason so now. Let's learn a little bit more about our Co.. Caroline Hudson. She's been registered Dietitian for many many years. She'll probably tell you how many. Caroline and I are the senior members of nutritional weight and wellness team and Caroline hepker passion. Also, she also has a passion for helping people understand the power eating real food. Caroline tell our listeners just a little bit about yourself where you went to school. You know where you've practiced and your favorite. Very. Favorite Hobby Scuba diving right Oh, sure good morning Dr! It's so nice to be here in good morning to all of our listeners out there wherever you are. I actually grew up here in Minnesota, but then I decided to pursue my nutrition degree in Toronto Ontario Canada. So. My careers really been very to say the least I've worked with Canadian in. People in very interest far northern Ontario communities even on an island in the middle of Hudson's Bay. I had to take a big. I had to take a plane while like a little plane. Had Skis on it was in the middle of winter we landed on. In the middle of Hudson's Bay, it was frozen over, and then I voted into a big huge bombrdier like a big ski do. Took me to the hospital there. So you don't care on. My first degree was in anthropology I didn't know that I would love that. This faster. Yes, fascinating! I actually got stuck there in a snowstorm for four days, but That was just one thing that I think. but I also had the opportunity to be the senior director for very large medical system. It included a large teaching hospital so I had a dietetic internship program underneath me and did I had a senior living center I had a nursing home and another small community hospital. Wow, so that was a huge system and lots of different employees and lots of different unions. So that was that was very interesting, but more recently yeah I. Got Certified as a will coach Okay and now I have. Really, this is my dream job. Good. You know the wonderful nutritionists Dietitians that I get to work with to work with you It's just it's been a dream. Come true because I really wanted to get back to helping people on one and as senior director. I never got to know that. Yes I was managing people from. Wasn't doing nutrition really. So now I. Get to do that. And then as you mentioned before one of my hobbies is scuba diving. I love the water anything to do with scuba diving and I started to go down to visit my brother every winter. He lives in Cozumel and I thought. I am going to get certified to dive. I'm watching all these down there so now I love it I love the underwater life, and all the beauty of the coral and the fish and everything. It's

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Breaking Through Emotional Barriers with Dr. Carolyn Mein

The Essential Oil Revolution

05:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Breaking Through Emotional Barriers with Dr. Carolyn Mein

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

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Runoffs set in 5 Georgia congressional primaries

Atlanta's Morning News

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Runoffs set in 5 Georgia congressional primaries

"No run off is needed in Georgia's sixth congressional district race Karen Handel easily wins the Republican primary setting up a rematch with incumbent Lucy McBath in district thirteen long time U. S. representative David Scott is forced into a runoff in the democratic primary with challenger Keesha waits district seven Democrats call Caroline Bordeaux and Brenda Romero meet in a runoff to determine who meets Republican rich McCormick and in the night district to run offs Republicans Matt Gertler and Andrew Clyde at the top Democrats are brick siskin and Devin

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Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

"The body of George Floyd has arrived in Texas for a third and final memorial service of Ewing is planned for later today in Houston followed by a service imperial tomorrow in suburban Caroline's Texas also later today direct shop and the officer film pressing is the on Floyd snack is scheduled to make his first court appearance in Minneapolis where Floyd died a majority of the city council has vowed to dismantle the city's eight hundred member police department but when Mary Jacob fry showed up among protesters and said he opposed that idea the protesters responded accordingly what do you see of WCCO TV the state of Minnesota has launched a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department I'm I. Kampen

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Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

"The body of George Floyd has arrived in Texas for a third and final memorial service of Ewing is planned for later today in Houston followed by a service imperial tomorrow in suburban Caroline's Texas also later today direct shop and the officer film pressing is the on Floyd snack is scheduled to make his first court appearance in Minneapolis where Floyd died a majority of the city council has vowed to dismantle the city's eight hundred member police department but when Mary Jacob fry showed up among protesters and said he opposed that idea the protesters responded accordingly what do you see of WCCO TV the state of Minnesota has launched a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department I'm I. Kampen

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Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

"The body of George Floyd has arrived in Texas for a third and final memorial service of Ewing is planned for later today in Houston followed by a service imperial tomorrow in suburban Caroline's Texas also later today direct shop and the officer film pressing is the on Floyd snack is scheduled to make his first court appearance in Minneapolis where Floyd died a majority of the city council has vowed to dismantle the city's eight hundred member police department but when Mary Jacob fry showed up among protesters and said he opposed that idea the protesters responded accordingly what do you see of WCCO TV the state of Minnesota has launched a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department I'm I. Kampen

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Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

05:57 min | Last month

Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest

"We have to talk first about what we've seen in the past forty eight hours. The appalling targeting of reporters who are trying to tell America's story there is so much that so wrong about this situation first and foremost the video seem around the world, the video of George Floyd's final minutes alive. It's so wrong that it's hard to see, but it is right that we look. It is right that we bear witness. And it is right to see protesters taking action as a result, but it is wrong to see reporters and photographers and news crews, being assaulted and arrested at these protests, police firing rubber bullets at reporters. When their pores are holding up press badges. That doesn't belong in America authorities handcuffed reporters is wrong. That's what happens in authoritarian regimes, not in America, but yet it happened again last night in Minneapolis and in New York. These threats against the press, not just coming from police. In recent days, protesters have ganged up on the press in trouble cities. We've seen a photo journalist attacked. We've seen on TV. News crew chased out of a park. That is wrong. Rioters destroying TV. News vehicles and stealing cameras is wrong. Almost everybody knows this, and it's right to call it out and say that America is better than this. Reporters don't want to be the story. They just WanNa, tell the stories of the protesters and the police and the residents of these communities that want to be able to feel safe. Some of the examples of what we see in in terms of reporters, seemingly being targeted this for example was on Friday and Louisville. is a local CBS reporter and her cameraman in Louisville, Kentucky apparently shot with pepper balls while live on the air Later, the police apologized to the station, but we've seen other reporters that here's Dallas for his other reporters being being hit by rubber bullets. Tear gas there. These situations we've seen in a number of different cities I'll read some other examples to you. A reporter in Columbia South Carolina was hit by a rock and had to be taken to the hospital. Here's a freelance photographer in Minneapolis. who was shot in the left eye while covering the protests? He says she's been blinded in. One of her is as a result in Chicago Chicago. Tribune, photographer. Photographer said looters shoved and stole her cameras in DC. This is in Washington and Lafayette Park a Fox. News crew was harassed and then chased out of the park by protesters who were cursing and screaming at Fox News and criticizing right wing media. This is deplorable behaviour by protesters. We've also seen in LAS. Vegas. The arrests of two photographers police took these photographers into custody. That is completely inappropriate Out The next morning, you know we need to follow up on these cases and make sure that people are held accountable when these incidents happen, reporters should not be the story in these cases, but it's happened again in the past few hours overnight here in New York City. A reporter for Huffpost was arrested while wearing police badge and covering the protests in Brooklyn in Minneapolis Angeles, Time staff writer had police firing tear-gas remember bullets at point, blank blank range at her into a crowd of protesters and journalists. We're going to talk to her and just a moment. Reuters cameraman also said He. He was hit by rubber bullets. Some reporters have had to seek medical attention. A news crew KCRW says. The LAPD shouted her rubber bullets as she was holding her press badge above her head, and at least one case as I mentioned. We've seen protesters being the aggressors. This is a photographer for K. D. K. in Pittsburgh. He says he was attacked by protesters downtown on Saturday quote they stomped and kicked me. He said in a tweet from the back of the ambulance I'm bruised and bloodied but alive. My camera was destroyed. Another group of protestors pulled me out and saved my life. Thank you. This is what's happening. Members of the media in cities across the country this weekend. It feels like targeting. It feels like an escalation. It is deeply disturbing. And, we're waiting for statements about it from the president and from other national leaders when about a dozen reporters were arrested in Ferguson in two thousand fourteen. President Obama spoke about that defended the rights of the press. We will see who defends the rights of the press this weekend and in the days to come. Let's talk to the reporters, so we're in the middle of this. I just showed you. One of them molly. Hennessy Fisk reporter for the Los Angeles Times, who's got some wounds on her leg. We'll talk to her in a moment and Omar Jimenez here from CNN of course, famously iconic arrested live on CNN on Friday morning I. Don't think we're ever GonNa forget that image Omar of you being taken into custody your hands behind your back There's been a lot of news sense. Then tell me about last night and what it was like when. The police officers were were moving toward your crew and you had to seek shelter on Saturday night. Well. I think Brian we expect some of that. When you come out to a protest like this, because part of trying to cover the clashes between law enforcement, and those that are coming out, is you you expect in some ways for for things to escalate just based on how previous stories like these have gone so our team actually had a plan to sort of watch. How this law enforcement team is advancing. Go back to our first safe spot. Then continue to retreat to our next safe spot, but that didn't stop. That stop us even though our camera was rolling from getting shot at Berlitz wise, my producer got hit in the back with Some rubber bullets. My talk got hitting his leg with bullets. Actually he says that he had a cellphone in his in his pocket there and he didn't get any bruising on his leg, and when he realized, or he realized the reason was because he put out his phone, he was completely shattered, and he still has that piece of that rubber. Bullet is well so so in some ways. It was the normal aspect of covering protests, but in many ways. This one felt just a little bit different. Sort of looks different same question to you, Molly. What happened to you last night? Is it right that your colleague? Photographer had to go to the hospital. That's that's correct. My colleague Caroline coal photographer. We were both standing right

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Crucial week ahead in Brexit negotiations

Bloomberg Daybreak

05:15 min | Last month

Crucial week ahead in Brexit negotiations

"Budget negotiations resume next week on the future relationship of the UK and the U. I'm increasingly acrimonious relations between the top Brussels and London to go cedars for more on this let's head to London and bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchors Caroline Hecker and Roger hearing as you open the U. K. emerge from the coronavirus lockdowns and neither side really expecting significant movement next week the risks of a rupture well the the new deal a growing well for more on the left which owned by UK government editor of Bloomberg Tim Ross Tim first will the talks have been going on since March and the two sides are pretty firmly focused I guess you never to be on the pandemic Roman thing else say what can we expect we the end of next month in order to make enough progress opportunity because while keeping getting a cool let me actually pretty well schooled under the takings of difficulty cost each other but there is still quite a balloon in dissemination among education please try to make some progress is just a I finally feel like we all got together and I think in that might may need to be more of a political moment because of the crisis a crunch one three five seven cool anyone is prepared to make any compromises both sides thank you memories of U. K. as being a member of the bloc to somewhat seems to be fading the negotiations of a surge but also for the European Commission and use feel compadres the slump the recovery is you're moving on from brexit altogether yeah I think that's huge amount of protection with other things in a completely see the device to Mexican can recession than anyone can remember Nikkei average in Europe and a huge amount of Pakistan will never come only from seventy seven to fifty a year I wish which is taking something together thank you the leaders of south of north thank you about brexit but crucial I think what happened when he saw the brakes the last year this was one we could protect them and brought another voice Johnson gets the two gether deciding politically but they hope to act even greeting letting go it will take us inside the Boris Johnson's side of old vase because again locals on his plate apart from this but the some suggested you may go to Brussels at some point even personal protection is there an appetite on the UK site thirty one the steel okay I think he he one of the things about the minute that you don't have a sense of personal stake in brexit in a way that helps to regenerate she said he wanted the but couldn't go on all he was practicable might actually love it is the only Irish but still with the European Union and the access I think your question all right think you're tough negotiator incentives within the issue the pretty helpful in the way that you could see the things that the opinions on the date and time consuming to make on this call he didn't have a majority now she could have lost it a number of people but they'll leave the light yeah okay but he he he he might he might be willing to compromise not she it turned out to be because the cabin now Dr whatever reason he takes Commons which is not available to you my only questions the mafia so you think you want to deal with eagles save quite clear that the transition period must end of the end of the year that would be any extension if that means they will try to do the tools of the trade bait and the discussion is about whether the U. K. goes to W. T. a rules effectively for trading with the E. U. unpack that what does that actually mean well what we need published as compared angels will try principle in the street yes on dealing with the cold certainly the supply old countries around the rest of the world it was the least he could be a live coverage would be it's called the OPC the task that the government is about the best of both parties well there are quite a lot of cotton ball well flat coming down on a constant it would involve the position of a local charges I think I used to use we will be the kind of issues that come into focus the end of the year when the deadlock but she's in the pharmacy and the economic at that level negativity guide economic current laws will obviously be aware of this or not good night electrical heat on the audience high risk coming all right here the company they didn't think same time too because there is a what what the government has been trumpeting in the past the prospects of deals in other places not least of course with the U. S. is that something that they can pull out the same beliefs regardless he could be quick because I was struck by the language that by phone because health deal with US yeah Terry interesting is one that we will watch thank you so much for joining us predicts tentacles that

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New online platform might provide hope for Los Angeles art galleries struggling during COVID-19

All Things Considered

04:08 min | 2 months ago

New online platform might provide hope for Los Angeles art galleries struggling during COVID-19

"It is tough to see art in person when virtually all in person gatherings have been canceled you're relegated to seeing work online which you have to admit isn't really the same thing so what does that mean means art galleries are hurting because sales are way down some of those galleries could even close their doors for good but a new online platform that is the brain child of LA art dealer Jeffrey died chin name you may be familiar with in the art world is offering a glimmer of hope for local galleries and for the artists whose work they exhibit our art insider and greater LA regular contributor Lindsey Preston's Abbas is editor in chief a contemporary art review Los Angeles she's here to talk about it hi Lindsay Hey Steve before we get on to this new platform I guess can you give us a broad overview of what's what's the state of LA art galleries right now are they making any sales at all you know it's honestly a bit of a mixed bag from who I've talked to obviously as you said it not being able to see the working person is making a pretty big impact and and a lot of these exhibitions are kind of on hold or had to close early and a lot of galleries have reported that you know they're having to lay people off and even facing closure there was actually just an LA times article by Caroline Maranda that came out were they surveyed thirty five galleries and twenty five percent said that they might close as a result of this but other galleries I've spoken to are doing okay so it's a bit it's a case by case I'd say I do want to know about this new platform though I mean how is it different from what galleries and some art fairs are already doing online because you know we've seen that you know this this sort of coalescing of of galleries yeah I think when you first hear about it you're like okay what's going to make this different and unique but the really cool things so this was initiated as you said by Jeffrey Deitz who has spaces here in LA and also New York and he kind of had this idea and he quickly assembled an operating committee of about fifteen or so galleries and then they got sixty LA galleries on board so this is really a home grown operation dates you know for industry that sometimes can be a bit competitive it's really inspiring to see them all come together for a joint effort the goal unlike you know art fairs like art Basel or things like that that have gone online is really to support the diversity of of the LA art scene and a range of gallery sizes from tiny you know artist run spaces all the way up to the big guys well look I mean let's talk about this bigger galleries if if everybody's in competition even the small diverse is the the larger ones I mean why is it in their interest to help out the smaller struggling spaces do you think the larger galleries are acknowledging that effort that the small galleries put in to really feed what they're doing so it's almost like it's like the farm system in baseball right like minor league teams like helping out the major league teams right yes we need a sports reference that's perfect yes the smaller galleries often are in this mode of discovering young artists giving them their first shows kind of building their career you know some of these bigger galleries like the Goshen you can't just walk in and ask for a show and if they haven't already heard of you they're not gonna show you you know so it's really key that the small galleries kind of feed into the larger ones and it's really cool that the big ones are acknowledging that the smaller galleries are much more vulnerable in this time and they need to support them right how's it gonna work I mean if you if you see something on the platform that you like can you just buy it I mean do you added to your cart and then check out I believe how it will work as a site will always point back to each gallery's website to kind of close the deal or make the sale also through the site you can then finds that galleries contact and reach out to them directly and the goal is that one is featured on the scholar platform also nearer especially ones were able to kind of go back to galleries again that what's on this platform will near exhibitions that are actually at the gallery

Conversational AI with Israel Krush of Hyro.ai

Voice First Health

08:21 min | 2 months ago

Conversational AI with Israel Krush of Hyro.ai

"So I'm Israel Co harder and Seal Jairo A. M. I am roaming around and McCurry started late. Two hundred days early defensible says when was in charge of extracting considering message amounts of data for operational needs. That may studied computer science. The district says coming from a machine. Learning Beck rounds started working software engineer. I Inc than than at various start companies from cyber-security at the move the product management Was Product Manager head of of a couple of companies and then most of the state said gazillion. Mba DID MY MBA at Cornell University. This typically the new compass on woodsmen Thailand. And that's actually where I met with. My Co. founders from Cohen. Who studied at Cornell is master's in computer science? We actually met in machine learning class. Wow and do use in disband narrative Dick Campus We knew that one spin out than we actually got exposed to the polyphemus Alexa Google home divisive. And we're very excited about that. That we don't have this in Israel yet am so first of all very excited and then we got a bit disappointed by South. The use cases that it wasn't Tackle as we started exploring I the voice migrant than being dial natural language understanding market including jet right and when we understood that there is a lot to do there. I called a friend of mine. From beyond from eighty two hundred who are Scipio and Co founder and then we also a master's in computer science but he actually studying linguistics in Caroline and research. The English neighbors. We have this unique expertise in The industry it's called their competition linguistics or Google. Five years I that there could search link salmon beyond the USA and then Google Duplex which I'm sure a million happy group at at Google created spoi- suspended scheduled appointments for you restaurants in her salons headed amazing about the. That's right. I remember that I remember that very that was big news at the time wild. That's amazing so you guys really have a lot of expertise coming from different backgrounds but all very relevant to what you do in very interesting so how. How long ago was this that you all met like? How how? How does this company? Yeah so minimum. Method Cornell Tech and I know for the fifteen years but the company fall immediately after graduation so incorporated in June twenty eighth Dean so Less than two years ago. Talk about what we do but basically on on the concept had that accepted to news roundtable accelerator local leading accelerator in New York City And who went from there by developing the MVP getting our first big pilot We have something that we can actually converted to annual contract. Raised are around in a four million dollars the less July and today we're at the end of seventeen people in New York City California and Delaware. Wow that's great. Congratulations on that. So far that's amazing so to tell us more about the company for so what what is it. What do you guys do absolutely so I wrote? One sentence is a black play conversation. I blog form four healthcare providers. So let me break down. Abates conventionally I as I mentioned we're trying to focus on but also the so as long as it's natural language that we don't care about the medium actually understanding natural language in healthcare providers wanted to start with and enterprises organizations Massive amounts of data and That this data is heart navigating and maybe patients or general users. Find it hard to find. Whatever they're looking for or complete the tasks in the transaction did they want to complete and finally in that's the most important aspect of our solution is the blogging play. So why research assistant markets and the generals market. We've learned a lot of a lot of the existing solutions are based on a creation platform so Us As a company gives innovation the creation platform where they can define their intense and build workflows or conversation flows officials says X. replied with fly with another Blind we maybe Detroit Branch Users set and found it to be Embargoes There's friction at both the deployment and maintenance organization so we said we try to look for a completely blogging play approach. So what we do. Is We actually up into the existing data sources of the organization scrape them and we basically translating the the date now? Two different data structure which is a knowledge graph which is composed out of the main entities Andrew attributes and disconnections when this ended his attributes and this is our own representations of the Beta and which we can query natural language sessions. Really give them an embedded that piece of code they just copying base to their Website Call Center. Alexa Google and they have their voice assistant or Well basically the content. Yes so I'm not a computer scientist. That seems like maybe you can just explain that a little bit. How are you able to go? And when you're working with different organizations which which presumably have different ways of organizing their data take one piece of code and yet make it applicable to all these different organizations. Yeah absolutely so. I'll explain a one of the main use cases we've found valuable for healthcare provider is is helping their patients. The physician find the physician based on various attributes of this position when talked about their constructing. This nottage raffle and is a natural In this case the entity is a physician. And I can you might be a geology locations that the accepting insurance length that they accept and so on and so what we do. Is We actually go on by this website? And as all of their physicians went Beijing has been so we scrape them. And we don't care whether it's under the physicians or tens of thousands of physicians with scrape them build this knowledge graph and then on every attribute that the wasn't the data we can basically retrieve the relevant dancer. And I'll give you an interesting example show when we first deployed and we thought about you know people can ask seems like looking for cardiologists to speak Spanish. And ethnic cleansing the upper east side right location language specialities insurance men and so on so we destiny the beat and we actually gave to the first female user to death and she asked for an and that's just the use case that we didn't we didn't think of why a person would fit there by gender. Maybe you think it makes a little sense liquid even think about it was amen to recline with the relevant results. Just because the data was there it was a gender female man for each physician. And I think that's the barrel of actually being based on the data says trying to imagine a pretty finding dates. That's very interesting hot. So was essentially intelligent enough to just use the data. That was there but but bring that back so. Wow very

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CDC Urges Nation's Hotties And Studs Not To Hide That Pretty Little Face Behind A Mask

The Topical

03:22 min | 2 months ago

CDC Urges Nation's Hotties And Studs Not To Hide That Pretty Little Face Behind A Mask

"Recommendations out of the CDC Today in the Fight Against Cova nineteen here why health officials are now merging the nation's hotties and Stutz not to cover up their glowing faces with a mass and later. Is it safe to pick up a loose dollar bill? You found on the ground what it was a fiber well. I already picked it up but our health experts are going to weigh in any way from the onion and onion public radio. I'M LESLIE PRICE. And this is the topical. There's no better way to take your mind off things by listening to the new so stay with the. Cdc is issuing updated guidelines today for Americans going out in public during the Corona Virus. Pandemic here with the details is OPR infectious. Disease Correspondent Jenner resnick. Hello Janna Hi Leslie so earlier this month. The trump administration issued a blanket statement calling for all citizens to wear fabric masks if they leave their homes to work run errands. But today they're pumping the brakes on that recommendation. What changed in a partial reversal from that stands? Health officials have announced that. If you're a hottie. Or a stud. You should not be hiding that pretty little face behind the mask. Here's C. D. C. spokesperson Caroline Merle talking to reporters at a press conference. This morning are finding suggests that if you have blemish-free skin and straight pearly white teeth then you should not be covering your face in public. We have found that the risks to the public mental health far outweigh any benefit. That comes from concealing these strong jijelines and perfect pouty lips behind a mask right now. We are urging Americans to remain calm. Which will not be possible if we lose access to the radiant smiles of the hottest among us so basically health officials are saying if you got it flaunt correct. And what does this mean for the average American well for most people it means business as usual? The new guidelines only apply to eight and above which only make up roughly two percent of adults the sexiest of the sexy and everyone else according to experts butter faces of both sexes should definitely continue covering up. Here's Merle again. Controls need not apply if you have snuggle tooth or a lazy eye or some fucked up. Acne it's imperative you avoid contact with others especially vulnerable honks invades if you must leave the house to go to the grocery store. We're a BANDANA or pillowcase. Saved the surgical masks for the unattractive doctors and nurses and this is especially true for two backers. Asari Janet can you clarify for us? Non Scientist to Bagger. That's a person so hideous that before you can have sex with them. You need to put a bag over their head and another bag over your own head. Just in case there's falls off hence to beggar. These are people. The government has deemed critically ugly with a high risk of grossing out. Those they come in contact with I see but back to the holidays. Is there anything beefcakes in knockout should be doing to reduce the spread of corona virus according to the CDC website? If you're a hard body Adana or a dime piece with an ass to to quit your job right now is just to continue. Gracing us with that Rockin bod despite the nationwide shelter in Place Order Task Force. Officials are encouraging the nation's beautiful people to run outside in skimpy outfits and show off their six pack ABS. Even if it's just around the block while they're welcome to take a walk around my block anytime okay him from. Yep No. I think this is the question on. Everyone's mind what about me? Should I be wearing a facemask leslie if you have to ask? The answer is yes you do. Ouch will thank you for the reports and your unflinching honesty. You welcome now. Stay Safe and cover up that mug. We'll do that's. Opr's Jenner

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Gothamista's Rene Chow Spills the Secrets of Her At-Home Skincare Routine

Breaking Beauty Podcast

08:02 min | 2 months ago

Gothamista's Rene Chow Spills the Secrets of Her At-Home Skincare Routine

"So rene were used to seeing your lovely face on a youtube serene and but you're here live in person right now and. I can attest that you're just as dewey bouncing in person skin goals. Everybody so really were here because you need to spill all of your secrets so you know we looked at your youtube and we discovered that your routine videos are just everything. People are obsessed so you have a morning skin care routine you have retinal routine video facial oils routine. What's your first step in? You're getting unready. Already routine for step is an oil cleanser or an oil based cleanser but it has to modify. I don't like the ones that don't emulsified. They kind of leave some sort of an oily residue on the skin. And so what is the most of I mean exactly? Most fi means when you add water earns Milky. Okay so usually this is a step that you use on dry skin And then you add a bit of water it turns Milky and the mckiness allows it to completely rinse off clean And is that in the day or at night or both. I do this at night. Double cleanse at night sleep during the day. I don't use a cleanser. Just use water okay. So we're GONNA start with the nighttime routine the getting unready With Rene so number one stop. We now know oil-based cleanser that emulsifiers The best in my opinion and this isn't an expensive luxury product. But in my opinion it's just my favorite. It's it's the best just feels. It's D. H. C. Cleansing deep cleansing oil. Okay this was the first oil I used after the Shura Yup You know they were the. Oh Gee yes. And it's just the texture of it is so thick and lush and comforting out. It just takes everything just melts. Are I love this one too? I talked about this in our skin in our cleanser so carleen and we can attest. She's brought all of the products here by the way we're looking at them right now. We're doing like a show and tell and I always wondered about this main ingredient like. Is there a differentiating factor between this and the Shoe Humira? Or what would you say in? Comparison is this like a dupe of the shoe. Mira what's the same type of product? I mean shoe more. A really there was no one else that were that had cleansing at the time and then this came out and it's completely accessible in most drugstores laugh in Asia. That is this one uses olive oil as a base where show more use a lot of luxury. Beautiful luxury oil. Yes But this uses olive oil and I think that's why it's so thick and La but no it's just so beautiful. I would use this over any luxury or any other. Okay right and the other thing I love about. It is that it will remove all your makeup as well so if you're a lazy person like me find us yes. It's just one step. I don't have to do anything separate. Yeah and so Jews it with Like a cotton pattern. You just use your hands. Just use my okay. Yeah and that takes off the eye makeup. Okay awesome what's after that? After that cream cleanser I I really only use. Non Cream cleansers now. Okay I've been you appreciation for them. But this one is is so lush. I can't even stand okay. It's from African botanical. And it's their flood arose cream cleanser. Okay look never heard of this brand. Never heard of this at all. So African botanic is like the ultimate like luxury meral. Everything's around Moore. Oil Much lay drunk elephant but just that much more luxury. Okay Tom but there are. Things are so their products are I would say they're considered green beauty. Okay Hey on but their products are so lush lovely. You really got that rose sand. Oh this looks very expensive. Is it offensive? It's expensive donate? Don't ask me how much I saw. I blocked area. You're saying it's the best one then. All bets are off. I'm going to try it. It's beautiful. So what differentiates this in your opinion? From other cream cleansers. I would say this is about the aesthetics yelling. There's something so beautifully therapeutic about just the way it smells the way it applies. I mean is it that much. Different from any other cream cleansers. Yeah I mean it will still do the job rates the same job. We'll get everything you know clean and will leave your skin feeling really lovely moisturised but it just has that ingredient deck that is just so elevated and does that extra so. That's that's what I will use when I want to massage my mace. Yeah while I'm cleansing it and this one goes on wet skin or dry skin. This goes on wet skin. Okay and again doesn't leave a residue. That's a big thing for me. I don't like cleansers leaving any sort of. Yeah thank right. Yeah are you against cleansing bombs to then. We've recently been hearing this people against cleansing bombs because of that. I think it depends. They're two types of cleansing bombs. So one is the the sort of original British ones the long. Yeah where you need a towel to or you need a cloth Muslim cough or something to just scrape your makeup off my us. My skin is so sensitive and reactive. So that doesn't work. Oh Man Yeah So. I don't like that type of cleansing bomb personally but I love the cleansing bombs. That emulsified again her. So you add water. It's like an all cleanser you add water and it will suffice it. Rinses OFF CLEAN? Okay what would be an example of a cleansing bomb? That does that emulsifiers. Well Clarence Psalms are I mean? There are so many other pharmacy green clean. Okay I would try that one right one. Yeah so I think that's sort of like a Korean acadian ation. Yeah the Sherbert. They call it Sherbert. Cleansing Ball really. Because it's interesting because all the bombs that I can think of for purse from personal experience I would always need a cloth or it's not coming off. Okay well I think the Pixie double cleanse is a good example of drugstore when that's it's a the oil but then it puts the two of them together so you know that it's in the body. Yeah that's an almost fine cleanse. Yeah Yeah it's really beautiful. Yeah Well Don Caroline Heireann so we have cleansing steps. Wanted to end. Maybe if you have you always done the double cleanse. Has that been a part of your routine forever. No no no no and what made you adopt it because I think a lot of people are confused why they should do it. What made me adopt? It is when I I'm trying to think back. That's a great question. I just one day decided to this double classify. It made such a huge difference. Yeah I think it's because I went to a makeup not a makeup counter. I went to a this was like in a duty free in an airport and I went up to one of those counters one of the brands counters and they had everything laid out and they were telling me this is what the routine needs to be and I think that's when I tried to. I thought well let's let C. And you know it's life changing. I mean if that's the only difference you make in your skin care routine if you want to incorporate any change. If that's the one thing you do it would already make a transformative difference. I think wow in terms of your skin texture or what? What did you notice right away? Everything I. I mean what was horrifying. The fact that I feel that my whole life I never really properly cleanse my skin. Right so after the double cleansing. I realized that my skin was actually clean. Okay so were you seeing more on the Towel. And you're like. Oh this was always left behind. It was more that I just didn't have the clothes commodore on so I didn't have the black heads. I didn't have the breakouts that I used to have any more okay and I felt like my skin. I know this sounds I felt. His skin always looked brighter. Okay after doing maybe because there wasn't as much dirt face anymore again. It just stands to reason that the oil is like removing all of the makeup all the dirt grime and then the cleansing is just like you know actually cleansing your skin. No okay so that's the first step or two stops what's next what's next okay. So for me it's always hydration

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Where Will Cam Newton Land?

The Jim Rome Show

02:41 min | 3 months ago

Where Will Cam Newton Land?

"Another quarterback that's out there that hasn't found a home that I'm surprised by that the charge and go get is gather your teammates with cam Newton how do you feel about what it will what do you think I think cam Newton is about to really dominate somewhere but it seems like there's potentially no suitors for the guy what the hell's going on there I I think it's a bad timing thing right like there you know if everybody would know that cam Newton was going to be a free agent when they ought when the market opened up I think he's gone first day right but the fact that nobody knew Caroline was like always will be our quarterback and then on a random Tuesday they signed teddy Bridgewater like the second day of the trip three eighty is the advice I woke now next you know can't do you go see a trade war everybody knows there's no trade value because it I won't give up anything that you know you're not gonna keep both these guys we know you're going to release them in another week and now everybody's on their quarterback we know that Miami wants to go young they're going to draft charges they're definitely going to draft a quarterback and they have Tyrod Taylor to stand going to be so where's the fit like you will need the quarterback Cincinnati has any dog just sitting over there but we all know they're going take Joe burrow so what is the fifth I'm looking forward to a camp going to do I think this is uncomfortable position for camp but I think just like camp done is every every part of his life he's always just kind of figured it out and became it became a star just like everything else and I think at some point he's probably going to maybe have to take up a role as a backup guy like Taney deal did knowing that Hey I'm coming here to compete and eventually it which is going to take a really strong locker room hi who's going to be able to take take a lot more more we can't Nunez like possible that backup quarterback waiting right yeah like who's gonna be the star quarterback that's comfortable with that right that's another conversation yeah because you got the quarterbacks wide will get more interview opportunities and is going dressed better than the starting quarterback is gonna be bigger stronger on all these other things like that's a really tough spot to be fourteen to bring in somebody as well so I think that's also playing a part of it is well is that how can we take this on and not looking still look like we're confident in the guy that we have but we're gonna bring in cam Newton anyway and this is not Camdenton is nothing like Tim TiVo I intend to vote there's nothing like Colin Kaepernick but this is the conversation that was happening about all the your backup quarterback came a massive distraction for your team because the quarterback room the quarterback position is a big deal if you have somebody in a room that's a distraction to your team whether it's tam calling then candidate might say because he's a massive personality and very good at football we go to football having that'll be a potential distraction he could see how teams would be like at we're not we're not we can't put ourselves in that

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Popularity of Netflix's 'Tiger King' prompts sheriff to ask for leads in 1997 cold case

Steve and Ted

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Popularity of Netflix's 'Tiger King' prompts sheriff to ask for leads in 1997 cold case

"Popularity of tiger king now leads to re opening a cold case the popular Netflix series tiger king is prompted detectives to re open a cold case that is part of the show's plot line in nineteen ninety seven disappearance of Jack Donald don Lewis was married Carole Baskin we'll get to get this is Caroline big cat rescue woman who is the nemesis the main character Joseph Maldonado passage A. K. A. Joe exotic a former Tigers do owner Joe is currently in prison charged with trying to hire someone to murder Baskin on Monday the Hillsborough County sheriff asked for new leads in the case of Lewis in a tweet Baskin former husband a multi millionaire vanished mysteriously in August of ninety seven all the not passage claims that Lewis was

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Brewing with Fire: Carillon Brewing Company

The Feast

09:46 min | 4 months ago

Brewing with Fire: Carillon Brewing Company

"We also of course had to talk about the brewery itself which as I mentioned at its heart is one giant fire. This multi story brick fireplace essentially takes up one entire side of the Carillon brewing building in full view of the rest of the restaurant. Now if you're having trouble imagining that you're gonNA want to check out some of the pictures we put up on our website at the feast podcast Dot Org to appreciate an full. But if you haven't had a chance to check them out yet imagine a giant multistorey brick fireplace with a giant fire at the bottom level and yet another fire going on up top now. Needless to say this giant fireplace needs constant attention. A fire essentially has to be going at all times to keep the operational and well. It's a fulltime job so this is kind of crazy but we basically we opened up in August of two thousand fourteen As part of just a bigger living history exhibit for the larger part of Carolina's horrible parks. We had not talked about the eighteen fifties Dayton other areas of the park. So that was one of the reasons. Why chose the team fifty to replicate here in the brewery and the other reason was that we hadn't told the story of German immigration and Dayton. It's kind of a changing city in the eighteen fifties. We had new transportation routes that were opening up the Miami Erie Canal which runs right through. Caroline Historica Parker would have run through there when it was active was at its height by the fifties in Dayton In the later fifties the railroad finally came into town. So you start to see industrialization coming into this region Prior to that beer was being gruden has been done thousand years but beer wasn't being made on a commercial scale in the city of Dayton Until the eighteen fifties prior to that most of the beer is being home the housewife just a chore like any other and a essentially as safer source of hydration than the drinking water was often as a source of nutrition categorically Sosa Nutrition and the finished products is actually a fairly sterile product. Once it's produced that actually nothing really wants to live in it that's going to harm said so severe is important but by the eighteen fifties you start to see these purpose built industrial commercial brewing setups. coming up and so we replicated this building off of those early gravity fed. Industrial Brewers So what we're standing in is our brew house right now which relocated giant three tiered brick fireplace that. Actually it's not just one single heat source that has four different fire boxes free of which he parts of the brewing process one of which is a wood fired oven that we do our spangler and sour dough bread baking and about three or four days a week so dan is up there right now trying to get the fire going so we can go upstairs law. Show you everything. Here gets fermented in American White Oak barrels a little unique compared to a modern brewery which is using stainless steel and our pre. Kettles are copper. In Ohio by company called The Sun. So we had to have commissioned. You have three kettles up here kind of breaking down. The brewing process where essentially heating up water taking malted grain screens that have been sprouted and then dried trying to get the starches in the enzyme generated that can break down starch into sugar. By the malting process. We take those grains mill them in a stone mill here on site Bring them up to the top of the fireplace and we take our hot water. Mix It with the grains steep them for about an hour break those starches inside the grains this complex sugars down into simple sugars and then we'll translate into a third kettle which is directly heated by fire. That will be our boil pedal so once we start boiling. The words is liquid. That will become beer. That sugary liquid from the grain We add hops to it For most recipes we can add other ingredients like in our case coriander AOL that has coriander seed and Chili pepper. we do a squash. Butternut squash added to it so it can do a lot of different things in the boyle in terms of getting flavor into the beer. Of course boiling is what you're safely drink in water once we're done with that will cool the liquid down through a big cooling coil and then we'll ultimately end up in our barrels or or liberal. So it's a big process but we have these three giant copper kettle ones. One hundred gallons are Mash Tun. Excuse me is not directly heated but it is surrounded by so it's insulated so it can uphold that heat during the mash brought us and then our boil. Kettles his wealth can ask questions. You mentioned that it's handling rain. Who GETS THE QUARTERBACK? So that's a little bit in the beginning for the first about three years. We did have a mill that it's kind of funny it was a it was a steel roller mill which is a little bit more modern but housed in a kind of a historic looking setup and that was hand cranked so we actually were hanged cranking one hundred fifty pounds of grain every day for brewing process. That's like an intern. Yes exactly so volunteers. So there's three of us they get paid to do this full-time and we have about twelve men and women who actually come in and help us grew so those on tears are awesome and they help us do a lot of that kind of grunt work but we have since installed a stone mill in here with a little bit more appropriate to the eighteen fifties however that stone mill was designed to be hand cranked. We handmade the gears actually our presidency. Oh built that. He's a pretty skilled. Woodworker and with the gearing ratio. We found that the momentum of those large stones would actually kept the crank arm flailing on its own for about fifteen minutes so a little bit unsafe to you so right now we have a stone mill. That's unfortunately powered by electricity. It's kind of a mishmash so every once in a while we have to kind of put a little bit more modern twist on things just to keep things a little bit safer. But we'll hall up about anywhere between one hundred and a hundred and fifty pounds for per batch and we're a two barrel system so we we make about all things said and done about forty five gallons at finish beer of one batch so and I mean as far as your your other ingredients I mean hops obviously classic ingredient. Where are you sourcing Your House? So we get them from all over unfortunately still moat. The majority of hops are used for the brewing industry in America on the West Coast. So you're Valley Lamb valley places like that over in Oregon Washington and just interested you know from the nineteenth century. Perspective brewers who were working in Ohio Dayton in eighteen fifty would. They've been getting hops from Ohio. Where having from Wisconsin or west coast right so they were growing hops in Ohio for sure so in the eighteen fifties. It was kind of the opposite from now. We'll get them from. The West does in the fifties New York. State UPSTATE NEW YORK. Kind of in the cooper sound area was one of the biggest hop growing region for America Wisconsin but eating sixties with a huge hop growing regions. Ohio state have a significant hop culture? Well brewers would have been getting locally if they could but you also like you talked about earlier with the industrialization of brewing because of those transportation routes he could get hops from all over the place. A lot of brewers were importing hops from Europe from Germany and England. So can apprised tops. Like Hallertau in east can buildings Kim from overseas and so they would ship them and they would bring him in to those transportation route so they could get them smaller. So I mean there's still a little is brought to a certain extent. And then you know your your coriander seed and then you mentioned butternut squash. She kind of what brought you to those ingredients for the historical inspired. Imagine yet definitely so we spent about a year doing research prior to this facility being open just to figure out what we should be brewing. How To brew it? What equipment we needed but we need to build all those things and so we were talking about the year eighteen fifty here which is kind of the very beginning of industrialization for brewing in Dayton. We also have one foot in that early industrial style which would have been a little bit beers that were more used to today or credit more. Commercial Beers. Don't have all those crazy ingredients in them and then one flight back in the eighteen thirties housewife brewing methods. So we find a lot of these recipes. Coriander Ale came from A receipt book Recipe Book from the Eighteen Thirties so it was published in Cincinnati Ohio and it was basically a manual for how to raise a family. Todd receives proper seats for the Husband Minute Housewife Cincinnati. There's a chapter of the book of Brewing Essential part of raising a family and at that time in the eighteen thirties and found listed under the brewery section. Another way to make Ale so there wasn't even a name for it but it just described taking a Bushel of grain and a certain amount of water. Heating it up boiling it to a color which is kind of a funny Whatever that means so that's going to buffer interpretation with that meant back and then a culture coriander seed in Canada Seemed like exotic ingredients. And I think a lot of people think on the frontier wherever people just didn't have anything but then by the eighteen thirties they had the canal system so they could bring in pretty much anything. They want to get so coriander would have been available. They would have been growing slot tro in the and their gardens as well so they could have collected their own grain or seed so Chili Pepper capsicum Chili peppers. So they were bringing those eventually growing them too. So I imagine veterans Washer be something similar like right exactly or or even in the middle of winter. If you didn't have enough grain on hand sometimes these pumpkins. Soi shells even potato or beat. Beer would be dale here as well In January those representative of Beers that you were doing when you run out of grain so you're searching for other starchy from animal sources. And if you had grown wash harvested in the fall you keeping you root cellar and you can take it out and cut up in

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"caroline" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"caroline" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"I wanna be more funny. Like, I want to ask do some frames. Van wives who's married to the bass player in a thousand horses. She's hilarious. Like you like, and she pranks everyone. She has a Lyles on her phone. She has pictures of all of us in Melissa this. some terrible pictures, you could ever imagine shields. Like post them out every now, and then see that's so fun because you know, pictures, you could ever met. What's funny is like everybody else care? How pretty anybody is everybody can be ugly. And this was so funny like. Picture. I love it for a lap. She'll do anything for a laugh at anybody's expense. I love that main. She's yes, she's not gonna. Yeah. Yeah. But I just love that. And I'm just like oh my God. If I could be one thing I wish I could be funnier. But I appreciate funny people. So that's why like find you on a good funny side sidekick because like the person who's funny like I'll be there like egging on. Yeah. I'm not really the one who's able to instigate it. I don't have that ominous. Reator? I can. Yeah. I love to be in the room and a part of it and laughing because to me humor is the greatest medicine. It is until you cry. You can laugh until you cry crime, t LA I'm what she's laughing. So you cry or laughing behavior prank? Anybody call me? Okay. I'm ready. I really do. Oh my God. Okay. So I like to leave every interview with leave your light. So obviously, your whole life is inspiring and every. Thing you've talked about it's been inspirational. But just what's a message. You wanna send people like distant spire, people listening to this? If you had like a piece of advice or something you wanted to pass on to someone maybe who's. You know in a hard spot or something like what what's your word of encouragement that you'd wanna give somebody? There are a couple of things that I try to think they're couple things that I tell my kids every day. I tell them to always go and make a person small everyday be nice, go make a person smile, and then the ultimate vise. Some of the best advice. I ever got was it's I guess a K with his. Yep. Anyway, it's it's not our job to understand. Why God does what he does is our job to accept it. And make the best out of it. Wow. And just that's what you have to do someday. What will understand everything? But we're not. I mean, he's not gonna less understand everything right right now in this life. Wow. So just take what he gives you as hard as it is. And it's sometimes it's great. And sometimes it sucks so bad. But you gotta take it and try to make the best out of it. That's truly inspiring. Well, I love that. Thank you. I'll know I'm not very deep, but deep as I guess Caroline. I'm so shallow. Are so deep in you, also though like, you know, how to make joy out of painful things, which isn't a true gift truly. Oh, thank you. Thank you so much joining for coming. Thank you. And we got the same name. So obviously, we're Caroline's are a handful best brand growing up. Her name was Caroline to. We were always the say, I never knew a new one of the Carolina ever. But hey, Caroline's handful, but they're good people. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. We're the best. Thank you. I know you love that episode was in non credible. How inspiring is Caroline. She is a true earth angel. I love her to pieces, and I'm so glad to know her, and I'm so thankful that she shared her story just to uplift everyone who heard it because I know you heard that and felt moved in your soul. There's no you couldn't next week. I have cast Kelly who is the wife of Charles Kelley from lady antebellum, Cassie is an incredible soul. She is beautiful. She's a fashion east. She is incredible style. She also has the hugest heart. We talk all about her relationship with Charles their journey to their sweet son ward, her business that she started woman Easson how it turned into a huge business that she ended up selling all about her life. It's so incredible. She's such an lifting person. So get excited for Kathy Kelly next week. We'll see you then.

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"caroline" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"caroline" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"And. Sees the Queen of. Zone. No win. No one can win. Is this of get real podcast with Caroline Bryant is so much fun. I love Carolina. I recently discovered her Instagram page early last year, and I've been hooked she is so suddenly beautiful, but more than that, she's a prankster and she pranks her entire family. She does the wildest things from stuffing yourself in a life size. Teddy bear putting snakes and refrigerators jumping boxes putting figuring posh on a bar of soap and watching Luke lather up with it. And wondering what's going on? She puts it on Instagram. It's Sterckele also Luke's mom LeClair is a huge character in all Caroline stories. Declare straight out of a movie, she is so hysterical. Her dance moves just her whole personality, you have to fall along because it's sheer joy, we also talk all about Caroline and Luke's love story. It's so sweet Luke was the second guy Cowan's ever kiss in hearing their journey is incredible. And beyond that, we talk. About how Carolina Luke dealt with some serious tragedy. Both of Luke siblings passed away. Carolina Luke stepped in and are helping to raise and support. His sister's children who are in high school and college as well as raising their own two young boys. Caroline's brother also lost his daughter at a really young age. Her name was Brett and an honor. Brett Caroline had promised her opponent when she was one years old so Carolina and her family started Brett's barn, which is a barn that has all sorts of animals were kids with disabilities and sickness can come and pet the animals and feel happiness enjoy and it's also so Brett's legacy and memory will never die will live on forever. The way that Caroline and Luke have navigated their life in gone through such hard times and still found joy and love and humor and fun. It's just nothing short of inspiring. I'm telling you Caroline's faith in God is so inspiring this episode touched, my heart so much. It made me laugh it made me feel. Everything and I'm just so happy and thankful to know Carolina, Brian because what an incredible person she is. You guys are gonna love this podcast here. She is. Caroline, Brian in the his e hey, hey, y'all Izzy. That's right. How you doing? You're coming fresh off a tennis match. Yes. Yes. It was good. So sorry. I was a little late. We look great becoming. You're like cute spank, shiny pants on. I did I brushed my hair in the car and I put on some goals, but I suppose good as it gets these days. It's looking good. Let like I've been a street fight. And I got my ass kicks. But you were the champion of the tennis match. We did win. Yes. It was a close match or like it was. So that's why it took a long time. But it was it was fun. It's mile it. So get to hit a ball hitting gresh instead of having a child or or like, I like I walk in US Ligo where the kids is like half of them are on the snow pile and whereas the other half. Stairs. I don't know. He's no pile pile of snow. Okay. So this is I'm not lying. So my children are obsessed with snow because yesterday we love to ski and just all you had a trip of their workday..

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Hi i'm caroline leaf and welcome to this part cost today i'm going to talk to you about mindsets specifically to the fifteen mindsets that successful people have and how to cultivate these mindsets that will lead you forward and not backwards a mindset is an attitude accuster of thought to the text information it's such an important concept because minds are so incredibly powerful in my new book sinclar succeed are going to dips in the first six about mine seats and what they are and the fifteen mind sits up dainty fide that successful people cultivate and i want to help you understand these to help you to adopt these mindsets in your lives so mine sit is similar to an editor was kind of like an attitude and an edited is assault an assault has information and it has emotions so every time that you think you thought and that thought has this information and these emotions and together they create almost like a flavor and a mindset with a good flavor is going to drive fords whereas mindset with a toxic behavior is going to hold you backwards so basically a mindset shapes how you see and how you interact with the world it's literally a photo or they are footers through how you perceive day today vince and your world and literally how you you see your future that's what's important to have the right kind of mindsets literally a good mindset can catapult.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Hi i'm dr caroline leaf and welcome to this part cost i am so excited today i have a very very good friend of the studio with me dr lilian robertson who's an obgyn and we are going to talk about women's health and stress pretty much the impact of toxic stress on women's health welcome lillian it's wonderful having you beckon the studio again good to be here thanks for having me we did a couple of part costs to given and people have loved what you've got to say i just felt that we will have you and i were having this conversation just just recently about how you deal with so many high powered high level and just laugh woman obviously woman in general but hard business of life is getting to people and how to fix the health and i this as important topic press to talk about i agree you know we we do see quite a bit of stress and today's environment with what's happening in the world stage what's happening in her home life in what's happening just locally and so i'm starting to see more and more how does impact of woman's hell it impacts her hormone levels impacts are cycle impacts her since of being wellness in how she feels about herself or sexual health and diet all of that said so you seeing a definite change in woman trying to balance the business of lafley working moms with kids and has been in europe ura you've got to heads that you weigh your pastors wife year in obgyn you fleet still fully involving involved in your profession in its do you find that you have were you do to sort of balance things in your life in what are the advice with some of the advice you give to patients will you're absolutely right i do were fulltime it of work in ministry with my husband as well as a new family that i'm a part of church family in family life with my husband so i make a point to i made a decision that no one could do it for me but so something that i absolutely had to do and so what i try to do is i tried to go help my husband understand that i'm going to need some me time some time for myself and i take those times i take those moments do my walking i take those moments to do my devotional and i take those times to just you know sort out in just get away in that's the only time that i can rejuvenate and feel like i can do my best self and get more to i congregate give more to my husband into the better me that is incredible because what you've just say they is it youth mate you sits really quick lactation you've you explained to husband that you're going to need the time we solve and that's incredibly good to we need to recognize that we need to say to our loved ones that we actually need this time we need this time for self and another thing that you've done besides talking tim about needing this time for yourself you also have it you you didn't give up everything and and just to become a pastas wife you've caped you're proficient going youth dedicating years to this probation so you've managed to balance that and that's obviously a discussion amongst yourselves in you as a woman you stood at fort you believe you should be doing this in the current metoo movement just the women's rights and this is a very important thing you know before i my husband i married i've got some talk therapy and i knew that i would be making a transition would be moving to different state i be marrying a man who head children before we married windsor previous white i would be a pastor's wife out the working.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Welcome to this part cost. I knew Hearst, Dr. Caroline leaf. We are talking today about tip seven through twelve for how to think and each yourself smart from my book thinking each cell smart and also in my online program that goes with us sixty three days to think and each cell smart. So tip number seven is about buying food, so we need by any kind of food item. You gotta make sure to real food. This is vital and insofar as possible and not a food like product to do this. You can shop at at like out side, the supermarket that I recommend, we try and spin we, I know in our family, we've chosen the supermarkets. It will shopping because a lot of them bring in real food. But as far as possible, we do also buy from our local community supported agriculture. We order, we get a weekly weekly produce from day. We go to farmers markets. We go to farm state sows and even grow some of our own. Vegetables and things like that and herbs and sign three important that you get to know the people who produce food in Austin. Christians learn the story behind food. It's fascinating when you get to know the effort that people put in and find out, you know, in that way, you can find that they not using pesticides and they bring again clean and how they using the Inuit comes from and so on. And this is really a great wave preventing food waste and support your local businesses. We really do vote with a full gear, be supporting local businesses. They going to be producing more and behead more money to be able to give us healthy food by local organically, produced foods, they support a community and the ecosystem there would use fossil fuel as well as insuring that you get food as fresh and synthetic and chemical fears possible time a whole foods such as weak grains and whole produce, which they knew procedure kitchen. If you eat out, try and go to establishments of local farm to table and again, produce foods. We know we've met, we make as soon as we. Get to town. We Google and find the restraints of classes to us that basically full those criteria. I always travel with extra foodstuffs in my case, just in case we can't find them. And that's repeal in on for the time period that we find your local restaurants that fulfill these criteria in your area and use those as you take out a foodie am eating out food places by wild foods. These are generally more nutritious and make a meal, both exciting and impressive. I've great. I'm links to way to buy your heart to get fancies as and buyer wild food and sawn in my books and online program. Try to avoid to purchasing too much muscle meat. Go for things like bone broth over meats and other parts of the animal by a diverse range of food. If you try if you turn shop seasonally, you can get things and maybe by in x. amount you can make freeze them and I'll give you tips on how to cook and freeze in my book as well. So we city by Baldwin something is in season tip. Number eight. Respect the environment before he put purchase any food think deeply about how the food was produced. You need to think about those because if things are growing like monoculture, for example, which is one type of crop and it in a large stretches of land. This is actually destroying the land requiring all kinds of chemicals to be added. And those chemicals are really bad for your brain and your body leading two kinds of potential for diseases. And in fact, pretty much will definitely affect you. He's a lot of researching the correlation between monoculture the damage to the land and also to our health because of pesticides and things that they have to use before you purchase any food, think about how that food was produced. And if you if you purchase it, ask us with the use student, God's creations really good question to ask yourself. If we supposed to be looking responsible for looking after the earth and the animals in the earth with insured, be more aware of how the food is produced. Just maybe for a little time, go volunteer, the local farmers market and or farm states to or cease to spend. Time talking about how food is grown with these people and find out how you can understand more deeply and what an impact on that you can have. If you make good food choices on your environment in your stewardship. So think of ways that you can vote anew to folks which by that I mean, whatever you buy is going, people are gonna produce more officer. We stop supporting the takeouts junk food and we support the organic foods that's going to determine what big the big pharma suit. The big, the big agricultural companies and big food corporations will start putting into into these supermarkets. They'll put more Ganic foods, and this is happening all over the place. You'll see great increase in Ganic and local sustainable, real food in in supermarkets took number nine. How do we cook often die? Books are so concerned about what you should eat, that they forget to tell you how to prepare food and this is important. I mean, for example, some vegetables are beta eaten role that latest greens will other based tobacco Obeidi eaten cooked such as carrots, tomatoes. So for fullest of fruits and vegetables. And they preparation. I normally use and itchy on the wild side by Gerard nsen. And do you have that reference in? My books can eat too. So smart and in my online program, couple more points each. You produce with type of fat in order to absorb the fat soluble nutrients. And then also these lot of things to think about when you cooking in terms of nutrient loss in need to think about heat duration of cooking time, the amount of water the not affecting the food direct to indirect sources of heat. All this kind of thing is going to fit how much nutritional value out of your foods you shouldn't just dive in and cook. You should really find out the different ways of cook. And I had this in detail in tech, chapter twenty of my book think and each of smart with lots of references and resources in links, including on my online program sixty three days to think each of small great to cook vegetables in a soup with severe in silicon bags and for meat steaming SUV, Mason, and cooking and soups. Jusin bosses great at such as vinegar lemon juice also just. Also reduce the risk of unwanted cooking side effects because they also fixed to cooking. So when you add Esa such as vinegar lemon juice, you can reduce that in terms of nuts beans, seeds grains, soaking and sprouting maybe a bit option than regular whole grains both in terms of Jason and Newton, content always always avoid artificial editor. Seasoning preserved win cooking. You can. You can get nice. You can go your own fresh herbs or you can get them in the shops, do not wash ameet the conspicuous, these a ton more tops in this book. Chapter twenty thinking each of smart tip number tain hard to beat place on so funny, but really offers pace. Morton last lasts produced the months of I'm too busy to sit down and to cook meals. So people are really like eating on the go eating in the cost, ending up and shutting down and food is not going to be adjacent property like that. If you too busy, don't eat wait until you calm and can sit down and eat a meal properly editorial sitting. Down with lots, not too bright. Isn't that interesting? It allots to bribery it. Move to bright will eat more food so we need to. We need to be careful that also that we not sitting there on our technology where we eating is the way technology is not so easy to ease focus on technology, but let's not do that. 'cause it's not good for your Jason. Your brain in your body discussed that extensively in this book as well thinking too

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Nick doctrinal rachel fat cells actually producing row estrogen does well at abnormal amounts of as he is not a guy that's contributing to its team on the aps said it is absolutely end its contributing to to the hot flashes in its the the the real problems contributing to the weight gain so one of asia's most is that the safe in that's the dangerous that's k danger because that's what does it quote diseases can occur the metabolic syndrome was laced ladies will have increased risk of hypertension diabetes hyper liberty media in fatty liver disease to at increased risk for heart disease and so that's why we see a greater risk of heart disease in this age limit because when we work on changing our diet will work on exercising we laura i risk all of those fact which isn't he ever to the philosopher annual fight tyson laughing what about siddiqui juice need oppose any beck as well hippie jumped i had a situation 54 now in two years ago three for years ago i hit a surgery and a major suit for public organ products which is another thing that you need to have a talk about the show bok because a lot of women awoke components and they don't need to run and it was stage who was really bad and i'll i come from any that doesn't experience nipples since my mother even though she admitted newest assistance heavens and suddenly from one day to the next i hit huq clashes after seventeen times a day at knocked him out wake up up to fifteen sixteen townsend knocked who supporting the swedes and it was bought of egot told me it was formed roosevelt was militias meld one of the things that happens caroline is when you have surgical menopause before you actually have gone to visit logical menopause the natural time so you've actually cut short liberated celery this right in threatened shot straight in it from fertility years to mid off suck it was but within within an hour with the night with the best.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Selves to a woman that to the different season at night they are think could be a problem so we have to make sure that we have the right mindset to see it not as a disease that is a problem but this is the time that we can embrace as we age so our mindset towards managing medicine laws first has to stop eating how we see ourselves how we embrace and it's you know you'd bit rather have menopause to not be light at all ellie adding astronaut turned active leadfree the head of you reject like a trade off because a good attitude towards it really impacts how you respond to it in how walked at minus i'm hearing botha few brilliant doctors saying that online place in massive rolling than than schmitz who he used mind with varying work and we had the combination of and yet icing mind medicine mutual could not mind medicine if necessary and that excise lifestyle all the things that require work which in today's age we know people would draw that just hit the campus i think like very poor attention are especially the american died who in processed foods nam nam sugars any form or shape and sometimes heated sugars like i have patients drinking soda it in thing with zero calories thinking that that they also hitting sugar is light that's lots of sugars in there and that stuff that's bag now stooping noone texassized because you know 100 years ago not everybody had a car and they were doing a lot of looking guard darian gone other you know physical work so now we we we move less we eat more we get addicted by that addictive diet in a force going to have more symptoms because of a natural processes i cannot say it's a disease even though salaam test that the natural process that's really what's happening right to present hang with hormones and other things than we do use it know if the symptoms are very uniform ounce i'm not totally oppposed weighed on your way as i know it's for you you're absolutely right there to arndale would we are noticing now in our practices as kinda colleges were lending more towards getting away from the pharmaceuticals as.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Jet and under does were can help but we need the if you can talk to use it something as well you know when we think about menopause we fake about a woman's menstrual cycle that has ceased for at least twelve months so if a woman in past a certain age has not had a mental cycle for twelve less meant to be in a pause in what happens during that time is the levels of estrogen in her body is minimal and so now we do it when that happens symptoms at occur during that time interestingly enough you can have symptoms that mimic menopause during the pearman apostle years not quite reached menopause you still may have a cycle of two during the year yet so that's what we call pure menopause insults some of those symptoms can start to began in gaza the year going as long as year until you stop having periods officially for full year the symptoms that i am describing recall vasile motor symptoms which means that hot flashes most women though private summers where you are sitting in all of a sudden there's a power station race in a heartbeat hot flashes in you know brain fog and all that stuff at halfmast week nights sweat skin happened during that time and so it's a time a season and a woman's life wears she's physically change she's not able to become pregnant on her own who tilling two years of over so psychologically emotionally takes a different it's it takes this toll one woman defer fronting nina pool was insulting bitch is normal flow in its unless like woman shields edna with most likely been conditioned society today's set off this grading this terrible thing me montigny critical tolerable men's life agassi it's a good thing so the definitely need help in terms of how to manage this well in this i get so much that i off off act title people main city as you know with the statin diet and exercise and just seeing a positive attitude because if you optimistic about how you functioning eager to infants reportedly health and safety helped.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"In the studio with me today i have the renowned the two linian two incredible doctors to incredible frame thank you so much for being here and we're gonna talk about menopause end thursday with this quickly tell us who you are the two official what hack deal i'm aaron all stand german endocrinologist and i had a previous internal medicine training and i do see mostly outpatient um endocrine issues like menopause by raid cereal ecos it i enjoy working with yoga yonja i'm lilley lockett roberson i am the boardcertified obstetrician and gynecologist was in private practice for about twenty two years in and now i work as a in employed obstetrician at saint joseph's medical center in tacoma washington view and uh so my experience has been working for women with women from wound to to patrick other thing you save his such a good fit in such an inspiration by sippy a way that you really see you to the biggest thing that i think is amazing a bucked the fossil denied this effect that you really connect with who patients and you see the importance of this in mind involvement being the huge compunded did not just a little component being the app to seventy five to ninety percent of the tuning so we thank god forbid a semi thank god for doctors in this signs that you bring that the summit should the component to two today i want you to all of us the stuff itunes nina post it's toolbox i get seventy chretien's albena opposing i can tell you from my perspective.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Force because you no longer have a pain generator so batteries were me good that's fit that's been done it to the pay the thing is been a move citizens mason knocked off mind in medicine but it's not trained in medicine sufficiently is it to a week you gain de skills early from to use mind gums obviously with with the your your your books the immense one of the ways that we met her that's what it you know in terms of switching off route four years ago tension gus exactly and i was so impressed with the one of the lectures at you had in your ministry and i said i'm telling you are spot on and i just illustrated that as a nurse surgeon your science was solid your neuroscience was solid your new will physiology was solid him i just wanted to make that comment and just to kind of uh you know just to let you know how impressed i was on that list when you're speaking you're not making this up this is everything you've done is based on solid research in solid neuroscience and so i just wanted to recognize up ally on sizing the book could you being that's us that makes me gives me the encouragement to carry on and to keep on the you you you get your hands in the brain every day in in the spine to eat nine this stuff it's just a good for the list is too he added science and scientists are recognising deported month the monthly connection how much power we have a variety of naas the book you referring to switch book has really been something that consistently but project of my heart on his he something that mr trump help to recognize and understand bring conflict signs down to the level of we we can take this into our nauseam plus sir it's i love it too i even the added some vet brushed nickel to thank you for adding much to my knowledge is you've talked through the full for living and i need with so much what it took but avery these that the tv i want to talk about tv we get so many questions about twenty brain injury and quite lapatin ct post concussions sitra emphasize promoted in sports the region has to do another we gonna have to do another podcast.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"In mind an attitude in terms of impact off habit goetschi surgery per surgery what is that between much because that's a question i can also much about israel mind neurosurgery high putin does my mind both can you speak that is your especially when we talk about pain so when i could ask us that humans a huge subjective so people who have kind of a negative attitude going into surgery tend to continue to have some form of pain after surgery oftentimes it's it's mitigated so it's a little bit better but those people who are optimistic saying i know that this is going to help it does hill ensue attitude is extremely important said that again so those people who go into surgery with that of the mindset of this procedure is going to help me they come out of surgery with less pain in better results days off at even to the point with people don't even have as much pay medication us that's right decreased narcotics emits freshly with the epidemic right now can't be huge here let's say easy to i mean accu your show you cases bq out of post they keep scott like six months of a choice when they really doesn't meet them for more than a couple of days you're eightyear hospital ending could go something much much lower dosage at summits do the mindset don't you think doctors should involve helping mind seek training in the search aggression not just the womb you've got this you need surgery signed the form concing forms in mature like a you don't do that under you press paint patients can you talk to but after in soviet sweep group europe preparer patients in the sense of receive your expectations so that's the first piece of m second pieces we see the this surgery is a larger surgery so it may require some assistance in terms of narcotic a little bit longer than the stronger surgeries with a whole point is is at now you've had surgery your expectations should be different than book.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Khan something we think in the right way we'll have good outcomes and we won't have the fighter flight syndrome which is basically when i get your scared that you have this huge swarm of increase cortisol on all these other chemicals that can be good for short periods if not foot not long periods and can cause major problems including things like autoimmune disorders cancer and so forth there have been many studies naturally studied by the in each by dr bauer who also looked at this and saw that there was increased a killer tcells tcells natural killer cells which are part of the immune system and so increase cells are good when they're good thoughts and they're bad in the back of obstructive when you have adt thought six b now that's a nice optimism is the quonsett to platinum sales teach on him he's inc of and optimism luckiest new creating a loving environment in such a bloody by the way the to mind is wicked un speak a little bit of a exa that it's something you aidid was sure very fascinated end so it basically unites the think about in first john talks about love and what his love the show and how you have to have god has to be inadequate asian in so when you have human that equation you know who you are and how much he loves you than that affect on your body physiologically is paramount in that's how we can get rid of the cancers autoimmune disorders and all the other issues which is incapable because the date lease the all kinds you be showing exnazi seemed to kansas coming from the mind nestle the sahara mind is driving to the sequence the opposite of the face in both while the all buddy we continue out of love and our and let us the took predictions such eksi quite fascinating to see such a strong its relation between these the use of new research a bank do you see it will patients sucking you meet in a initial kaneko m but play mentioning time that you look at them before surging honestthinking person do you see a mind.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Alcott as he patients so iso in than there's another study looking at the optimism and so with the in the nih couple of and i urge that he's actually looking at optimism in the results of having a a good attitude and in so in those studies we've they found that a for people who are going through major stressors in life that if they had a good attitude the would recovery was veteran oftentimes even cancer patients patients who had fertility issues cardiovascular issues hearkens shoes the patients who were more optimistic did much better in outcome than the ones who were at lots powerfully hit two states that for this as a need additional needs peak these nature lifethreatening diseases to noonan at the citrus on fertility telling the guy has a children in the jeffey that this isn't mine driven this is if you shift to mindset from at and negative took positive this is not just positive thinking is not just good at the nation's this is real transformational change in your mind that competing influences in euro physiological body ps you for either sergio for healing such shows afer the role that we play in our own physical heathen and maintenance of health we will construct through sugars limerick system it'll be a mic doors involved a map pair of cortex in other parts that are really important sacrifice excited covering fat inside that mine and so when we are motions from the vote coming from frontal lobe and then obviously your mind to separate them brain but our mind makes the decision about the situation had that affects our frontal lobe matt affects our fell mus in parts of the brain in the foulness will dictate what happens in accra logically as well as in terms were automatic system sore pierce that ex so long story short is is that when we think.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Date crew neurosurgery lakes and the new research than the and then the metal caused wisconsin in milwaukee for my conflicts fine kosher which is where i learned a lot about spine pathology in kind of biomechanics in science spine moves who so really neat so that i took that to a practice in virginia in an ultimately my current practice in in michigan and i was employ for a year and then i bought the practice in two thousand three inside employed in might private practice and i have a staff of eleven people i have a three physician assistance and i have to medical assistance in a billing staff and so it's a it's it's a very busy place twenty acting scenes at a critical rapport going on within that's country that you take up a little patience elections laws expert grid for their patience and so with my patient so i since i do of you a lot of spine surgery and then also brain surgery on i pray for my patients as a christian at home and a one day some years ago more than buck 10 years ago god said if if you don't i acknowledge he before man i wanna know what you before the flour and that was very sobering yelling such hartmann said okay well i'm going to pray with my patients in so i am asif patients if i could pre with them in ninety nine percent of the time they said yes emma hire a fainted flat yes i seen you do that presurgery got on is the change in these faces to know the care that loving it it's amazing makes a difference.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"To literally shaped your life you can do this i've seen this with my research and i'm cody studing research i've seen this with patients we have hundreds of thousands of people around the world we have changed the lives with the minds it's with your mind that you really do change your brain andrew life so how do you using faced in yourself creating a laugh saw that promotes healthy brain healthy body healthy feelings how do you go beyond just being a way of calming down and acknowledging of feelings and thoughts importantly sensations in the present moment which is what mindfulness teaches how do you go beyond that to making sustainable longlasting meaningful changes in your life how how are you going to really make those changes that if if faked may have a positive effect in new school your worked your life everything about you that it's that is meaningful meaningful very important sustainable very important so it's easy to say you want to take care of yourself that how do you take care of your mind at an if you've ever thought about this how do you take care of the mind which actually takes care of everything else so if you not taken care of your mind everything else is going to go crazy so you might be on that dot excise regime but if your mind was not under control you're not taking care of your mind is not going to work for you you might have a fantastic relationship goals but if you're minded not taken care of your mind those in aachen of pan out like you hoping so the answer is not simple the ons is not something that dot fed or some magic number with some instagram account with a million follows we all have got significant resources at our fingertips weird our minds are incredibly powerful the ons onces lie in how we use our mind that's where the power is we can use our thoughts to improve our overall intellect this is phenomenal our cognitive performance on mental and physical wellbeing geese you can do this with your mind harnessing these natural resources remind snitch resource we'll give you power over the present deep and context too.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Constantly improve so basically what my research has been showing is that as we use our mind in at the liberty and intentional way we can divert a very useful meaningful memories and live lives that are fooled with meaning and success which is what we supposed to be doing so this series of pod causes going to work through a whole lot of different topics related to this we're going to cover things from anxiety to depression to just how to deal with the political situation how to deal with the what does indeed these so many topics that we can cover which we will be covering i'll be brings experts in a head a team of a panel of incredibly brilliant doctors that are very very good friends of mine different kinds of specialists that will be coming on the show with me talking about the areas of expertise will cover topics of the day i also want to answer questions so seemed in your questions if you if the particular areas that you would like me to dive into and give a mind brain perspective on the peace industry emails sinister christians fight email social media would it we this is a platform for me to share with you this is a pack former community pat for me we can learn from each other we are was to my expertise with you and your guide me with your questions so just take a little bit deepen give you a little bit more of an overview of and a little bit more of an indepth overview of what you'll be covering these podcast i've written many books and i'm going to cover load of the content in these books about thinking each self smart switch on your brain the perfectly you think we succeed lots of different books in these different books and be good at cover these so many interesting topics.

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"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Hi i'm dr caroline beef and i am so excited to tell you back my new podcast series this is going to be an amazing series helping you understand the mind brain connection let me tell you why i'm so passionate about the mind bring connection i'm a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist by profession which means that i work with people people's minds and brains saleh could people who have issues was communication for maybe some kind of brain tumor or dementia learning disability autism we motion issue all kinds of issues that cause problems in communications in the extract that back to what's going on in the mind and the brain and trying to help people fix it so for 25 years i've practiced to nicky helping people to understand the mind for in connection to deliberately learning how to use their mind to change the brain so in the 80s i was doing research on your test a city which has the ability of the mind to change the brain and i was one of very few scientists at that stage that were working in this area because we were we still believe well it the science at that stage still we believe be that the mind could not change the brain that the brain could not change and under any by them but 90s that it was accepted that there was a definite mondrian connection with a mind change the brain and so on two as that's developed as research develops in time has gone on we balloons vote of new different things about this and this has been my field for all these years and the results that i saw in my practice and just in general with people has been absolutely profound with myself with modern family just when you deliberately and intentionally learn how to use remind you can change your brain and i'm so passionate about this that i have done research on this and of showing that when you use your mind you have a correctly to change your brain this can improve you'll you'll functioning on a cognitive academic behavioral emotional social label by seventy five percent and and higher which is quite phenomenal you really are able to change the way that you function on so many different levels i also showed my research that you intelligence is not something it's fix the something it can.

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