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Hair Loss, Stress, and At-Home Treatments to Regrow Your Hair
"If you've been noticing more clumps of hair in the shower that could be a result of stress But we don't want to stress you out more because there are things you can do. Look I lost his little Patrick here. Living proof ride here but there are things that you can do right now at home to help that And one of the first things. We'RE GONNA START TODAY. We've got a wonderful guest She is a Harrisburg and she's actually know working with Bosley which I thought was just for men. But he educator there and What's so great is that she cleared up. A lot of the MISC- The misconceptions I had about Knoxville as everyone knows what Doxa Gul's the only thing that has been approved by the FDA that actually does regret hair and is active with the minoxidil though Is that something you know? Just speaking as a not a hair professional It's something that I've heard about right. Rogaine is another big brand that you hear about and I have a girlfriend who had significant hair loss. And that's what she was using. But it meant hawks ultimate always been a little bit scary right so is that other people should not be using or is it something. That's pretty safe for everyone. So there's a two different percentages on it. There's a two percent and a five percent. Typically the women use the two percents and the men used the five percent so You Wanna be able to Access that lower percentage If you feel necessary and then you can like start in slowly but I do recommend that you use at the same time every day And it's just like he would try to think about taking care of any other Any other area of your body. I mean you won't stop brushing your teeth with a certain kind of toothpaste. If you have great results from that so Ryan I mean but you get what I'm saying like do you think like pregnant woman shouldn't use yet so and doesn't make your hair fall out at first a little bit too? Can't that be an effect or am I totally wrong about this. Maybe I'm totally off. I'm sure one out of one thousand. Maybe it fell out but maybe he or she skipped a day or like you said didn't put it on at the same time at the same Torino at like. If you break your routine with these systems you can have a shed you absolutely can but is this something you think. Everybody should be using then. I'm even if it's like the hair. He knew it. If you're if you're like fresh out of Chemo and you just grew your new hair back now. Right no right right right. If you think you're going to get pregnant or you're infertility. No I mean it's kind of common sense. If you have other health issues you should obviously talk to your physician and throw that against the wall but I think majority of people can give it a whirl and just but if you're if you second guesses talk with your doctor so what is that program. Is it like once you start is it. You have to just keep doing it. Is it like a man which we know a lot of beauty things right like if you want Bo talks? You're going to have to keep doing botox to keep the wrinkles away if you want those eyelash extensions. You're going to need to keep doing them. The second you're not gonNA have those lashes if you want hair extensions so is this another thing that you're going to sort of add to your beauty toolkit but it's like once you start to commit to it. Yes if you're seeing results from it you definitely want to keep doing so Hair has three cycles. Everybody's familiar with you. Know Antigen intelligent and Cata Jen. So when you're in the resting phase During that phase. That's the time that you want to make sure that you're speeding up that process when that new hair growth is starting to come back in and you also want to keep the hair that you have so you're definitely trading from a clinical approach. She knows that hair follicle and you're waking up and speeding up that rusting cycle where that new hair can come back and through so you're seeing results in your getting hair growth. You definitely want to eat using that. So somebody WHO's been bald for thirty years all the back And that her follicle is no longer producing hair. Are you going to get results from Minoxidil? Maybe not so that definitely you WANNA wake up that hair follicle and you WANNA speed up that process for that new hair to come back through. How do you feel about the the caps or the headbands with the red light therapy? Your what's your what's your take on those those are showing a lot of promise and those also There's lots of before and after she now that are online. So it's one of those things it's like you know what works for one person may not necessarily work for all if you know works for the majority and if it works for you definitely keep doing it. You have to be insisted on that you have to use it. You know. Every single day In addition to the other three sixteen approach that you're doing I personally noticed when I combined all three. Wow it was the trio of fact for
Patrick's Coming Out Story
"Come out to hear from Patrick who's now a successful Mike artist but he got relentlessly bullied for being gay or growing up in Northern Ireland. I identify as male And I I have an interesting journey with my gender I think because I started doing drag or Soy's drag when I was about fifteen stain kind of progressed. I moved to Manchester when I was eighteen on. I pretty much was wearing full. Face to makeup wakes clothes everything every single day. I think I am used to chester. Oh God I can do this. I'm free to to wear as much as I want. And where did you come from that? You can wear what you want. I grew up in Northern Ireland so I could and I did wanted by think I was always trying to be little bit. Respectful of my parents particularly my mom because she was a little bit uncomfortable at the time about me wearing makeup and bought me wearing weeks and and looking of the Yes. I moved to Manchester and it all sort of exploded e kind of all sort of mixed together. It wasn't really drag. I've never really done to the performances. I tried failed dressing. Dressing up was dressing up and still is for me now and I kind of stopped doing it for a very long time as my career is make posits kicked off. I didn't really have any time. I think there's a good three or four years where I didn't put any makeup on at all but now I'm at a point where I wouldn't even know what it's called I. I'm a man who is gay who likes to wear addresses woman. Sometimes but I don't see myself as a drag queen but juicy self is somewhere on the sort of gender fluid spectrum may be I guess so by just don't feel like home fits with me if you turn because everyone likes putting terms things. These days I would say gender fluid would be appropriate up you would prefer gender. Fluid suspended male. I don't really care. That's the thing that when people these conversations like I think about a lot but I don't ever think about all. This is the term that identify with the most. I'm just I'm just. I'm Patrick and some does I like to lady some days. I looked like a man. Will you go out shopping or go out and make you might just as woman? No I'm on? I think that's probably why the the line is in a sense. I'm why wouldn't see myself as being gender fluid for me? Gender fluidity is someone who I probably would have been more like eight nine years ago when I would go out house with makeup on and with silly outfits on in fact my what am I. University lecturer actually brought me into her office. University and asked me should be cool. You anything different remain is that do we give you a different name? Which would like different pronoun or anything? I thought no and I thought what she questions to ask my. I'm just wearing these clothes. I didn't understand why. Why did he was different? But looking back then I was definitely much more gender fluid whereas these days it's more just address up that's quite progressive really to serve. She was a lovely woman. What's your pronouns? So it's the right way about. Isn't it to actually ask the pers- yeah definitely definitely? I really appreciate. That looking back was a lovely thing of Helen. Do well done Helen so looking back. Can you remember the first time that you may be questioned your sexuality then to know why I think I always questioned bisexuality? Once I knew what sexuality was I knew I didn't fit into the normal. I remember having imaginary friends as really young boy and I always wanted them to be boys. I always wanted to be called Tom. Which is really weird because if my flatmate listen to this my flatmates called so I don't want him to think I have a thing for the boy called Tom. I always want to hug them. I always wanted them to be close. I remember it being because they were boys. We have family video of me when I was a kid. Really really young and our next door neighbor. Child I'm running around child's Charles like calling out for him because I was probably obsessed with and then I think I grew up and I realized what sexuality was. It was like. This is always something that I've thought I've always been attracted to boys and also the messages we getting about people that were male light boys of your school in. Belfast was yes I went to school. It's an all boys grammar. School in Belfast. Very up at south one of these kind of really wheaties for school. Everything around may was telling me that everything that I was into everything I was interested was wrong messages. Where you're hearing. I think proved very young age. I was always some other was like the victim of bullying in a sense. A growing up in Northern Ireland with a British accent With Army family and Camp. So you you were bullied for being English Bison Primary School it was always English and getting a degree because of my accents and then when I went to secondary school turned into A. You're you're gay. Boy Gameboy busted. Dumbo buster bums. The walls was always a catchphrase. That was said when people woods when I would walk down there the corridor. And how old were you I mean throughout secondary school. So from twelve onwards funny because I came out and primary school do yes. It is well. This is an early one. I asked boy to be my boyfriend in Palm. He's GonNa last year of Primary School. I come into how all that would have. Been eleven eleven. The education system is a little bit different Nolan. I think he leave a year or something later. I can't really remember that I recalled. I was very good friends with him and I found him. I won't spend my boyfriend so I asked him. I remember what he said. I gotcha I gave them a note. I remember I remember sort of slipping him tonight. What he boyfriend but I recall what happened after that however I do recall giving him a phone call after school to talk to him because we would every night and his mom picks up the phone and I said speech Cowan please. Is this Patrick. So yes said well. I've heard about this. Fancying thing the what Jamaican and she said. I need to stop disgusting for how this is coming from light. This boy's mum and this is probably one of the youngest coming has gazed. I've heard you were ten or eleven. You try to get a boyfriend boyfriend then. The mother intervene jess and that was kind of that was that because I I remember being on the phone. Remember sitting on my mom's bad being on the phone shutting down the phone. That may be thinking. Oh this is wrong because I didn't really think anything wrong. I guess at the time apartments quite just wants to boyfriend but he obviously thought something wrong with it because he went straight out his mother. I so God what happened with the friendship. I mean that was the end of primary school more or less. Oh I can't quite recall whether or not we stayed friends. We probably did stay friends but when I went to different school you know secondary school so I didn't speak to him again and then there was one boy from my primary school went to grammar school with mate and I remember saying. Don't tell anyone like about the stuff that was kind of kept hush hush and then he's not telling people but don't but not until like our second year of secondary school and then everything's coming out and then I saw his playing to little bit. Once I came to terms with my sexuality and I was afraid of. I think I've sort of jumped straight into it in the sense that I had a boyfriend. I think had my first boyfriend when I was fourteen. Thirteen fourteen and he lived around the corner from my house. So we get the school bus with each other so you did you ever have any girlfriends it right into the boys in primary school. I have so many girlfriends yoga. Yeah in fact. I really love laser device. Full circle moment recently. That my my my main girlfriend primary school I have makeup for recently mostly. Nice but they would just like playing Casey chases and primary school and yeah. It's a secondary school and I had my first boyfriend when I was about fourteen and the dramas about cost because I actually joined the cadet force and my my secondary school And he was one of the one of the sergeants and he was older he must have been bus eighteen when I was about fourteen to. Everybody obviously found out about what was that reaction. Then if they like previously recalling Ubembe boy and abusing you because you are and then they found that you actually had a boyfriend in school and the school in the catas- when I think about those that are times I think buckle news stories. You know. It wasn't all that bad. I got grief everybody. Everybody has something to say. I was ostracized from everybody apart from my very very close knit friends. But I didn't ever quite lucky in a sense I never have enough. I didn't get that much abuse a on me although to be ostracized by the majority of your school colleagues. It's got to be very alienating. Very lonely place to be as well. I think actually is probably the most difficult people some of the teachers to accept or not so. I remember one of my house shooter. Whoever he was obviously being be is to shave my eyebrows off and draw them on again. Of course course I getting a lot of people about and he looks at you. You're not really helping yourself are you. And that was his way of dealing with them. Just GonNa Suck my teeth now just very much that I think about. There's so many stories from my school The head of pastoral care at my school he told my best friend. My best friend was crazy like a piece of artwork and included a picture of the two of us in makeup and to be pulled birth bus into into the school officer. Talk about the fact that we harangue makeup in this picture and he's holding my friend Anton. The Envy's children turned out to be. He gave that he would assign them not the head of Pastoral Care School. Well he's in the wrong job. I know awful. Man Said no support tool then from anyone in terms of authority figures. Yeah but I think very much. My my school wasn't a great place to be gay and with what was this. The nineties noughties The northeast expansively. Brezler not a Northern Ireland so back in in the way I mean. They've only just got marriage. Equality abortion right. Yeah exactly Hallelujah. Thank God but they're so backward. I think of my Johnny was coming out with a little bit easier than of my friends because my family are English. Not to say the Ron. Lots of very supportive very open Irish people because of course there are but I guess my family went as religious especially my dad and I didn't really have thought that traumatic past of of living in Northern Ireland. So what stage did you come out to your parents. Bearing in mind the trying to get boyfriend at the age of ten in progress and then got one by fourteen. I'm guessing he came out quite early to them you well. I came out to my Mama earlier. My Dad moved away to Luxembourg when I was about twelve. I think he moved off work. So this basically he. He wasn't really on the on the scene so I think I was about sixteen came onto him by counts. My Mum probably about twelve thirteen and it was a conversation again. Sat on the same bad. I phoned Calgary from. I couldn't say the words I remember trying to say. I think I'm gay and not being able to say gay and saying I I tell you but I caught sight yet and Saying oh I don't know and then going through listen different questions than eventually. We got to that. She's like Oh you gay. Yes yes let's sets and okay right. I think you're a bit young. So maybe we'll have this conversation when you're older okay. So then every now and then it was a diesel thinking guy and that was. That was pretty much for my mom. I mean my mom was always quite supportive. It's my my older sister is guy I was. My sister had the real hard time coming out so I could. So she came out. I know she came out later. I came up so see is five years older than me. Okay I think she was about nineteen twenty when she came out and it was traumatic. My mom would always say my gay people. I might like gay man. I just can't stand spins. And that was her catchphrase and she's very very much the complete opposite of that now. My sister's marriage has a little boy. My mom loves my sister. I think that's just Hearn prejudice her and
COVID-19 Update: Avoiding The Worst Case Scenario
"What I see happening right now. So right now as I look at the data on Corona virus. It's unclear to me what is happening. What I see happening is an increasing geometric curve. But it doesn't seem to be as severe as was previously expected and so that's good news. I'm hopeful I have a few points of good news and so I'm more optimistic than I was recently and so I think that's hopefully you are as well that although that you see a profusion of cases although things are very difficult in many places in the world some cities in the United States. It doesn't seem to be as severe as previously feared which is great news. Now what's currently unclear to me is why it doesn't seem to be as severe as previously feared and. I want to emphasize that it's not that things are not severe. There are very heart wrenching. Things from all over the world and I expect more of those those things in the days to come. If you feel like out of the woods I would caution you. I don't I don't sense that at all but it's not as bad as previously thought now again what's unclear to me is why. I don't think the data is particularly compelling at the moment as far as for sure why. So here's what I see on the viral front going forward and then we'll talk about the economic front. I'm more optimistic this week. Based upon what I see and as I see it the worst case scenario was to have this massive global pandemic that was on track to kill tens of millions or hundreds of millions of people. Now the only absolutely guaranteed solution to that kind of spread is to just simply stay home and go nowhere. A virus is something that you can understand how it works even if it's the most severe it's transmitted through. Aerosol etc at very contagious simply. Stay home and if you're not infected and you don't go anywhere then you don't have to be infected and so that's why the ultimate the only truly guaranteed effective public policy. Solution is to lock everything down and you see that happening all throughout the world now. The lockdown of course has devastating economic consequences as we are all experiencing today but The lockdown is the only thing that's guaranteed to work and that's why governments pursue it. But if you think about kind of what's been the bad scenario we've assumed that the worst case scenario looking back has been a massive very contagious very deadly disease that spreads throughout the world. And the answer to that is locked down until or unless some kind of vaccine is developed. The timeline for that is twelve to eighteen months. Now as we've talked about the jumping off points as I see there are three jumping off points to that worst case scenario and these three are all looking better. The first jumping off point is the development of some kind of effective therapy. Some some cure. Some Miracle Cure the news of her last week. Because especially been hot and heavy around the hydroxy chloro-quinine and zoo Zee PAC too. I'm not a biology guy. I see increasing anecdotal evidence that that is possibly effective and there's doctors all over the world are trying that and I haven't seen disproven as a therapy so perhaps there's a really good solution there and that would be awesome because those drugs are inexpensive. They're widely available. They're kind of old if they were effective against. That would be great and then I'm sure there are other doctors around the world. Who are working on other therapies. That's been kind of one of the first things to improve things. The one of the first areas that we could look at to improve things the second area to look at to improve things would be the development of widespread testing if society can develop and implement widespread testing. Then the society can just simply corentin those who are sick and that would be really great now. The United States is far behind on. This was such a huge population. It's hard to see that happening quickly. But all around the world testing is ramping up there. Kind of improving things getting things faster and faster and faster used to be. It was going to be dazed to get a result for test now. There are tests that are increasingly widely available. And we're up to a day so that's good once we can get down to a few hours and and and cheap and distributed all around the world then that means that societies can do widespread testing. And you can just quarantine the sick in those that have had contact with the sick and you see that happening very effectively in some countries in Asia that it seemed to have have managed the the outbreak more effectively. So we're making progress on that front. That could be good. The most important progress in my opinion is the recent development of antibody test and if this antibody test proves to be effective and if it can be spread and used widely across the population that I think has the potential of short shortening this whole event. Shortening this whole affair which would be awesome. Because of the antibody the antibody tests could prove is who has had the disease and who has not. That can be helpful for a few reasons. One obvious reason is if those who've had the disease actually find themselves to be immune to the disease that you can go back to work with without much fear. They can be useful in many situations without the worry of getting infected and possibly even spreading the infection but more importantly as I see at the antibody test could tell us the actual prevalence of the disease in a population so that we could better understand the people who have severe symptoms. The guests and the debate about this particular strain of disease has been. How long has it been here now? The the time line that most of US understand is that had developed in Wuhan it was started in China started to be spread from their Wuhan. Got Really serious in December and then it got bad in January and then it started spread throughout the world and then it spread throughout the world. We've got some some cases but along the way there've been a lot of anecdotal reports people saying well I had something I had. I thought it was just a severe flu but I had something like that. Back in December or something like that back in January and so one of the suspicions that disease actually much more widespread than previously thought. And that. It's just simply less catastrophic with its medical impact than previously thought. But the only way to know that for certain is to develop and implement a widespread antibody testing and so that's the development that I'm excited about and looking to see what happens over the next week or two because if it did prove if we could prove that there were actually a lot of people tested then A lot of people with the disease and just a smaller number than previously feared are actually sick all the time. That would be fantastic because then that would allow society to open up a little bit. There's the optimistic case. At least that I'm hoping for at the moment it's unclear to me. Personally what's actually happening? I'm confused by the reports I read. I'm confused by the data that I see and I'm just simply not competent to to assess it and so I'm waiting and watching and letting the the epidemiologists do their thing. No of of important news is that some of the most dire predictions have been rolled back significantly in the last week. And so that's great news. Now let's let's flip this now and talk about the economic impact because what? I've thought a lot about obviously were or hurting Massively I've spoken to so many listeners in clients who who were just going through catastrophic change The unemployment claims huge all around the world businesses. Just kind of waiting to see. We're all waiting to see. So we're all desperate for a better understanding of of what the actual data is telling us on the worst case scenario. We've got catastrophe right. Total catas- We know that but on the best case scenario I've thought does this all. Just go back to normal. Obviously that's what we would hope for and the interesting thing about something like a Flu. Pandemic is it. Maybe maybe the whole thing is exposed. A few weeks from now is just a total overreaction. It was a giant scare but We got it wrong and so can everything. Just go back to normal. That's one of the interesting things about a flu pandemic because if you had a job and there was a functioning business a couple of weeks ago. Let's say that a few weeks from now we find out that we we. We are our worst founded. Our worst fears were unfounded. And we can all go back to work well. All the infrastructure still exists. Everything's still exists. So maybe we should just go ahead and get back to work. I think it's possible that could happen to some degree and that would help to avoid some of the the worst case scenarios fifty percent unemployment kind of thing fifty percent drop in GDP which which is It's hard to even say those
The Root of the Addictive Process with Alex Katehakis
"All right. Today's guest is Alex. Cata Haughey's somebody who I've wanted to have on the podcast for quite some time and I'm so excited. She decided to come on. She is a clinical sexologist and the clinical director of the Center for healthy sex in Los Angeles California and she's written several awesome books. One of my favorite is sex addiction as affect dysregulation and also erotic intelligence and Mir of intimacy. We have a great conversation about some of the root causes of the addictive process. Really looking at that early developmental trauma and how that affects our ability to regulate our affect. And how we use addictive substances or processes to escape from that feeling. It's great conversation. I really enjoyed having Alex on. I think we could have talked easily for an hour or two or three about these topics. She's so knowledgeable and just really shares a lot of great wisdom and insight about recovery. So with that. Let's go ahead and start this episode. Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind my guest today. Is Alex Kata Hakkas and she is a clinical sexologist and clinical director of the Center for healthy sex in Los Angeles California. And she's GonNa come on and we're GONNA talk about sex addiction. Sex Addiction has affect this regulation. And we'RE GONNA go into a little bit of what that means but Alex introduce yourself. I yeah thank you. Good Morning Dwayne yes as you stated I am clinical sexologist which means I have a doctorate in human sexuality and I've been fascinated with human sexuality for the last twenty five thirty years or longer to save my life and so after practicing as a licensed marriage family therapist for twenty five years. It made sense for me to dive deeper into human sexuality instead of psychology which Swipe chose that particular course of study as you stated I am be clinical director of Center for healthy sex which has been around now for about fifteen years and we treat all manner of sex and love addiction issues of sexual desire dysfunction public pain disorders erectile dysfunction. I mean you name at sexual we treat it. So that's in general. What my the lenses through which I look and just in addition to human sexuality I have been studying with Dr Alan Shore for the past twelve years specifically looking at developmental neuroscience and how the early formation of the infant meaning from the third trimester on Rumi impacts developing brain nervous system and therefore mind. Right definitely and. That's one of the reasons I wanted to have you on is to kind of do a little bit of a deeper dive into some of these issues around addiction specifically sex addiction. And when you say affect dysregulation going into that a little bit and being able to talk about okay when we talk about affect we're really talking about emotions and emotions live deep in the body in fact right now if you're listening to this or you have a policy or having emotions in the body which aren't necessarily registering up high meeting up in your brain until they come forward to what we call feelings and so when a person is regulated meaning. They don't have good heart rate variability. They're not able to rest in digest and play and laugh and be at ease if they are stressed out than their affect is quote this regulated. So when you're regulated you are in a a steady state if you will where you're able to socially engage with people in a way where you don't feel but as soon as threat comes on. The scene with a child has apparent. That's alcoholic or raging or but mother who is cold or shutdown or mean that child's affect is always going to be quote this regulated and here. She is always going to be looking for something to make them feel better. Because the parental connection the parental soothing is not reliable. Or it's just not there so tell me a little bit about how that because that's a lot to digest what you just said. I thought I made it simple. No I mean I get it but like if you're talking to someone who is struggling with addiction. Let's say or Struggling with sex addiction. And you're talking about this affect. What might that look like? In an event that they have in their own life now in the present. Well there may not. There's not even an event in their general waking life you're gonNA feel anxious depressed dead internally dull. There's a general lack of feeling vitality in the body. People say they don't feel joy states or they're super anxious so they have to drink to make the anxiety go away or they use sex to make themselves feel powerful or good about themselves. Anything that we're doing outside of ourselves to make ourselves feel quote right internally speaks to affect regulation so someone who is securely attached. Who's got a good heart rate? Variability in general doesn't have to reach for anything to change their internal state or their mood. Is that clear? Yeah no that makes a Lotta sense and I think what I hear you saying is so someone who if you've had this history of trauma like you said an alcoholic parent that's raging and you're young and you're growing up in that environment. You get your living with this uncomfortable state and you can't get out of that state and so then you'll reach for something that will change it so alcohol sex or for young child that can be something like fantasy. You know what we see. A lot of Labatt annex or some sex addicts too. Is that very early on? They learned that they had to get their needs. Met By themselves and fantasy is a form of mild to moderate dissociation. Where it's you know what your calls an escape when there's no escape where they go into their own little world and they live in their own little world and as adults. It makes it difficult to connect with another person to have intimacy and closeness instead. The person is in fantasy about other people because it's very difficult to be in reality because reality was so painful along time ago and this sets up for very bad relationship sometimes because they're falling in love with an ideal not an actual person right and I think for a lot of people this is can be subtle in some ways so it can be hard to actually see that uncomfortable state. Is it that people are used to it? Like they've lived in this state that is basic discomfort that it's hard to actually see it. And then they don't even know that they're regulating it by using a substance or an addiction or something. Yeah I think people don't now until their lives become unmanageable. They start to have messes in their lives and their primary relationship is with e behavior or the substance and that's typically when addicts get help when they're in pain. They know that their life isn't working anymore and so they're going to stuck. Yeah they're stuck in these tatters because we are nothing but automated and habituated. I mean we have all of these adaptive strategies in the brain and the nervous system. Start working in a particular way to compensate for difficulty that is an adaptation and Rican adapt to just about anything or highly adaptable creatures. So we'll adapt to something that's dysfunctional. Because it's better than the problem we were living in. And then we've got this long standing pattern that can be very challenging to change so for example of somebody stops drinking or using or they stop acting out with their sex addiction. It doesn't mean that they've changed their personality. Which is why the program topics about character issues and you can be a quote dry drunk because you stop the thing. The behavior substance. But you haven't fundamentally changed the way that you relate to other people and that's really the challenge and the beauty. I think the twelve step program is that it really arms and forges new. People that we can change our strategies. And it's hard. It's like if you walked your whole life pigeon toed and your toes were turned in and your hips were adapted to walking that way and somebody came along and said Hey. You don't have to walk that way. You're kind of grinding the bones of your hips in your knees. If you point your host all of a sudden your knees hips are in alignment and you try it. And you're like wow that feels better but the natural tendency of the body is going to be to move towards being pigeon toed unless the person is highly mindful of it and vigilant about it until they can change that adaptive pattern to rocking straight
Peru thrown into constitutional crisis amid power struggle
"Welcome to today's edition of the Club List we start in Peru which finds itself in the midst of a huge political crisis with two people Paul claiming to be the country's legitimate ruler after the president dissolved Congress opposition lawmakers rejected Essen sworn the vice president as acting leader critics have called the president Mahmoud Abbas Cata a dictator supporters though say he is acting to root out corruption well Natalia's via Peres professor fesser flats in American history at the University of Kent and she joins me on the line now from Peru's capital Lima Thank you fear time today begin by getting. Can you talk us through the origins of this standoff. What led the president to dissolve Congress. President has been trying to implement meant political change in the country in fight against corruption in July he announced that he wanted to step down a year earlier and call hall for a presidential and election because of the stand off between him and Congress that was the main issue in contention but what days before the crisis broke out Congress decided to appoint new judges to the Constitutional Court it which is the highest court in the land the equivalent of the Supreme Court and this was so that Congress which is controlled by the position of locomotives does would have absolute cover for future proceedings and the possibility of starting an impeachment process against president. Be Scott got it because they have enough votes for it now he had been threatening for some time that he he would dissolve. Congress if if they didn't accept his anti corruption measures do you think his opponents just all the he'd never actually do it. President v Scott I was very patient and with Congress and he had the constitutional possibility to dissolve Congress for two moments they rejected his cabinet in it and this was the second time so he was able to call for motion of a change in the tribunal's election election and if this wasn't carried out immediately by Congress they would beat solved and that is exactly what happened. They never thought that he would go go ahead with it but he basically called their bluff congress than try to swear in the vice president as acting leader though the the president seems to say that will as I have dissolved Congress that act had no legal weight. That's right so the at the very same time as the president was dissolving. Congress Congress was impeaching him extent in express fashion and swearing in the vice president resident as his replacement. This kind of has the support of the police and the military has been a real effort to make that play on on Social Media but what about the public where where does the does the bulk of public opinion stand here somewhere around seventy and eighty percent of the public are with President President Martin Scott up so that that suggests that in in a political battle the opposition is hiding nothing well. That's right and today things have moved who very quickly and the in effect. The only thing that remains from Congress is what's called the permanent commission and new parliamentary elections have have been called for January as stated per law within four months. There will be new elections ten of the members of of the dissolves. Congress have fled because they fear that their names will be revealed in the investigation of corruption by oil-rich because names will be released this week by the judiciary additionally the vice president has already resigned from her post. So here's a country where the full predescessors assessors of the current president of all being caught up in corruption scandals won't took his own life when the police turned up to detain him and `and members of the now dissolved. Congress do appear to be pushing back against someone whose stated aim is to clamp down on corruption listen that exactly right so that that assumes that the he perhaps has gotta point when he criticizes the current Congress and says the needs to be new elections uh-huh well that's right and also his proposal back in July was that it was should not just be a legislative election but also presidential election because the term is a fixed term that should have ended in July twenty twenty one but he thought that because of the kind of Congress there was and the fact that he hadn't been elected with with his own man that led him to believe that there should be new fresh elections in the country would be free to choose new representatives both for the executive and the legislative a two and the legislative decided this. This was not going to happen in that. They were going to prevent this from happening so that's what the confrontation was all about. MARVEZ cutters opponents plan to return to Congress at the end of the week to try and depose the president. Will they even be allowed in the building though well the Capri the permanent could commission an is has been allowed into the into Congress today and they will continue to be in session because is that is with the constitution mandates. If Congress does all the permanent commission remains effect in charge of the Congress until the new action now. The Organization of American States is among the groups that have been appealing for calm. You mentioned there's a significant level of public support for the president president so far but are there fears that the long this political standoff goes on the there is a chance that it could manifest into enterprise into trouble on the streets while the the protests are in support of the president and our against Congress and the president has the support of the armed forces and the police so so it's hard to believe that Congress will really be able to rally any kind of public support for itself Natalia. Thank you Nevada who is currently. Eh that in Peru. Thank you very much for your time
Alaska Villages Run Dry and Residents Worry 'If This Is Our Future of No Water'
"Number of communities in Alaska spent the summer worrying. They were about to run out of water in one native village water crisis is leading residents to drastically caustically questioned their community's future for member station K. BBI Rene Gross has more non. Wallich is located south of Anchorage on the southern Keanae Peninsula. It's only accessible by boat or plane and it's home to members of the soupy tribe mean a catas- Makarov cough stands over a large puddle water on her stove top boiling. She uses a smaller pot to scoop the boiling pulling water into a large bowl of cold water. This makes perfect water. I sponge bath. Something ca vast. Nicole isn't looking forward to you. It doesn't feel like you're clean sponge. Baths are one of the many habits. Her family has adopted since the village began running low on water last month. Non Wallich officials started shutting the water off for twelve hours every night and the state has issued a boil water notice John avast Nikolov is non on wall ex-chief and Nina's brother-in-law he says the village of roughly three hundred residents realize the water in its reservoir was running earning lower about a month ago due to lack of rain and low snowpack. We really didn't have a plan but then we started calling these AIDS and look. We're running the water. Local agencies communities and the borough government have flown embarks Jin water to the village Ca Vasna Cov says the water water has gotten low before but it hasn't caused an emergency since two thousand three KVASS knockoff adds that the villages growing population and old leaky pipes are helping or all in line to get a new water water system to replace the old beat up water line but we have no. He says the village is also looking at increasing the size of its reservoir and raising funds to buy reverse osmosis machine so they can drink drink water from the ocean ric. Thomann is a climatologist at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The warming climate will mean that we will want to be prepared in the future for these kinds of events. Thomann says this summer areas across the state have seen record heat and dryness Alaska's Department of Environmental Environmental Conservation pointed out that six communities dealt with water shortages this summer more than any summer in recent memory non on Wallet Resident Ivana Ash is almost as concerned about water for fish as she is about water for drinking ashes getting fish near a stream while her mother catches them nearby. I WanNa stay on help my parents because I haven't been home for quite some time and would like to spend some time with the elders back. She says if she can find a jabot swear she'll take it also do want to be in a place where there is awesome water. Feel bad about drinking or shower. Some non Wallich residents including Meena Ka Vasna Cov are considering sitting moving. KVASS Mikhalkov says are stook culture is deeply tied to this land but this summer changed things for her if this this is our future of no water what's going to happen to everybody. The village hopes that foam rain will bring reservoir levels back to normal until then they plan to keep on boiling water for N._p._R. News. I'm renee gross in Non Wallich Alaska.
Inside the Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun Feud
"Well one of the great grief I had while you were gone doing the morning show not talking aspirin these that we did not get the opportunity here to talk about the the the drama with Taylor swift and scooter Bravo yeah so for those of you who who maybe missed a little bit of what happened last week Taylor swift formally was signed with a label called big machine records I and that was owned by a guy named Scott some another E. L. K. port cata yeah that's right and like poor cat it was your chat yeah you're right anyway so this is Scott Borchetta owned big machine records and apparently he went and sold at first he offered Taylor swift the opportunity to gain back some of her master copies of all of her work by the agreement was if she put out a new album they would release them one by one so for each album she would earn a master she was like that's the worst deal ever I'm not taking that deal peace out and then she turned down the deal then the next thing that happened is scooter Braun who is the manager of that yeah that was in charge of the careers out of Justin Bieber demi Lovato I Hey a lot of people you know I he swooped in and he bought the label now he is a mortal enemy of Taylor swift done done which yeah so she goes to her tumblr because that's how we process things these days she goes to her tumblr and she basically says you guys this is the worst case scenario basically my biggest enemy owns all of my body of work now and it is gross okay and that's sort of what we were left to deal with throughout the week long story short other people got involved including scooter Braun's wife don't even don't even get me started but the fact that he's a grown adult his name is scooter on court what is the Muppet care right I mean anyway but a lot of other people had a lot of opinions and suddenly people were taking sides there was team scooter in team Taylor and at the end of the day here's the deal Taylor swift and I can't read you're here what you know what your thoughts are Bradley Taylor swift loves and is most comfortable when she can play the victim but not just the victim the victim who then makes her haters her motivators okay so again I'm glad to be here I'm glad to be back because we can finally talk about the story we talked a little bit about it on the morning show but again they don't live in the same world that we do when it comes to going a little deep in the shallow and I think like a lot of people they just had that sort of opinion about your either Taylor swift team Taylor or your team scooter that's just life is not that easy nothing is that black and white into your nothing Israel everyone's thank you that just the way that it all played out and again I would encourage you to go if you want to follow somebody who sort of lays it out deliciously is Charlie and Twitter he still has his whole Twitter thread which is it just goes on and on and on and it lays out kind of he said she said he said she said and and we can get into more of that in a bit but my main take away was very similar to yours that she's always happy to look like a victim or an empowered woman and it's always one of the other with her like she and and I don't mean she saying these things but you always notice that when there is Taylor swift when there's a story about Taylor swift in the news she's either a victim of like the mean scary kind you as the music industry Kanye west Kim Ron yeah you name it or she's this empowered woman now you remember of course that sexual harassment case where she got on the standard spoke for truth I'm not saying these are real I'm just saying that you always see a narrative one of two narratives around Taylor swift she's either victim where she's an empowered woman and ultimately with this particular story she benefits from either so people get are getting caught up in is she a victim is she an empowered woman like is this a total like girl power moment it doesn't matter because both of those things serve her and what I mean by her is her brand because ultimately what Taylor swift is most concerned with is her brand Taylor swift is not concerned with the future of her music catalog and I and that was the other thing that many people were arguing over like who had the right to her music catalog and I'm sure you guys because I know I talked a little bit about it with Holly when in sort of that cross over time after the morning show before our show where and how he's got that knowledge of the music industry right yeah that this is not the first time that someone other than the artist has controlled a music catalog in fact bottom line that's capitalism so Taylor swift having a beef with someone else owning her music catalog is really just a beef that Taylor swift has with capitalism which I don't think it's a legitimate beef because Taylor swift is perfectly fine making money the wake county allows her to certainly benefits from it right so called the music industry because it's always been this way it's been this way it's rare that a musician actually will I have ownership of their masters just in the way that it's rare in the movie in the TV industry that a director has final cut on their film but she needed to frame that development in the purchase of her music in one of two ways that she was a victim of it or that she was ripping powered as a result of what happened and that is exactly what happened and and what I mean by that again is just to reiterate it is that further puts her brand into focus her brand is what she makes money off of her brand is getting you know millions of people to show up at her concerts getting millions of people to buy whatever it is she's I mean she could never put out a song and still make millions of dollars off of you know what she represents I don't think any of this is her caring truly about who owns a particular piece of her music no this is it this is truly all about the advancement of her Brandon in should you second guess that or think we're going overboard on that I would encourage everybody to just reflect on some of her best successes in one of them was literally an entire revenge album called reputation and a tour that made her so much money it would make your head spin right off and all of that had to do with being the victim of bullying at the hands of Kanye west too by the way also affiliated with cook scooter Braun scooter Braun as his former manager and Kim Kardashian and that worked for her so you know eight and if you think that maybe like if you wonder about the strategy of that just look no further than her audience she is she we talked about this a little bit too your god she in a dollar essentially peers they are like a year apart so for all intents and purposes if if this were high school they'd be like in school together right Taylor swift appeals to a less mature audience so it actually benefits surtax not very mature and get really embroiled in these battles and looking like the victim were Adele she doesn't seem to care about that he appeals to a more mature audience yeah but it's kind of both right because Taylor swift actually does appeal beyond just that you know young audience I think the thing and it's funny because a friend and I had a very similar conversation this weekend about Taylor and Adele and how they're the only two musicians or artists that are able to move the industry forward with just album sales they're the only ones who could make money off selling album alone yeah because the nineteen most people are making all the money on the tour they're making money on concerts they're making money on all the related stuff they're having to package I mean Madonna just you know was able to make her album go to number one by packaging you know the sales of her album to ticket sales so in order to get your album you know to chart you have to force people to buy it how do you force them to buy it well the only way the people engage the music industry anymore which is generally you know not only through streaming but also getting people in seats at concerts so but back to Taylor and and a dell they appeal to both of those ideas that immature audience but then also very mature audience which is why in Taylor's case she appeals not only to that immature young audience but also a mature empowered woman audience right like your mom essentially I mean you as a mom right right someone in her what are you now forty forty two forty two my god I was gonna give you forty so I'm I mean what Bradley how old do you think I am thirty eight but you see she so that's why I said earlier those tuner does work for her because she's got the young girls and then she's got you know the the strong answer the grown **** woman right who want to buy her music so and and do your point Adele is also one of those people she transcends demographic is why she's able to continue to move such numbers with you know just an album which is why tick tock I want my AT&T del album already thank you around don't go hang out with Taylor swift now my dell get moving saying I went in for Lawrence same thing yeah it's cute she can do whatever but okay said he'd get back to sing it means
Explainer 170: Will Mohamed Morsis presidency be remembered?
"In a parallel universe. Muhammed Morsi is heading towards the end of his second term as the first elected head of state in a long history of Egypt in the actual universe. He has been buried in our Alam all cemetry in Cairo following funeral prayers in the mosque of Cairo's Tora, prison and news, the gyp Shen state television is reporting that the foam of president Hamid Morsi has died. He died on Monday, aged sixty seven after collapsing in court. Morsi had been a prisoner since his presidency was ended roughly year after it began by a coup d'etat in two thousand thirteen. Nothing about what happened to. Muhammed Morsi is much of an advertisement for the people who have been running Egypt since removing him from power. Back at the city, I there was the removal itself, whatever is available. One might reasonably have had about the prospect of Egypt being governed by the Islamist movement. The Muslim Brotherhood in which Mosey was a senior figure, Morsi and the brothers were the people's choice in two thousand and twelve year after a revolution ended the long dictatorship of house, new Mubarak. It was more see who won Egypt's first meaningfully democratic presidential election. Second. The has been more treatment, subsequent to being ousted from office and imprisoned on charges, including espionage, terrorism and others claimed by his supporters to be political put ups Morsi was held substantially in solitary confinement. And according to Amnesty International denied access to medical treatment for conditions including diabetes and liver and kidney complaints. Again, one does not need to be in accordance with the aims, and I'm Bishen of the Muslim Brotherhood to think this is no kind of way to treat a prisoner. The Christian now. Well a question. Now is what effect if any the passing of Egypt's first properly elected president will have on Egypt and or the wider Middle East. The regime now in place in Cairo will work very hard to ensure that the answer to that question is none. None whatsoever. The haste with which Morsi was buried was not in itself. Sinister under Islamic tradition. Funerals should be held within twenty four hours of death, but it was telling that requests that Moore sees funeral be held in his hometown. Sharqiya province were refused. And that reporters were not granted access coverage in Egypt's state-owned newspapers was less than extensive as we go to air. No large-scale demonstrations have responded to more sees death. Those that more see may have gotten the message by now that the best of doing it in private, or they may be saving themselves until after prayers this Friday, expect a large security operation around Muslim Brotherhood, sympathizing mosques in Cairo and Alexandria, especially in the Middle Eastern region, and indeed, the wider world. There has been very little. In the way of official response to Moses passing most national leaders seem to have calculated that annoying country as important as Egypt by paying tribute to a dead enemy of its present government makes little diplomatic sense. Among the few to have spoken up president, Richard type one of Turkey who described Mosey as a martyr, and his successes as tyrants, in mea, shake tummy, m- bin Hamad, Al tiny of cata made a pointed statement of condolence to more cease family and to the gypsum, people Egypt is among those Arab countries which seven diplomatic relations with cata in two thousand seventeen citing cutters support for the Muslim Brotherhood. In the short term. At least if Egypt's rulers have anything to do with it. Mohammed more sees presidency will barely be remembered at all. It will be interesting to see what the longer view looks like more sees presidency was far from a success. The manner of its ending rather a clued the fact that Moore sees time in office was one of almost perpetual crisis. Not all of which was his fault, but all of which was his responsibility, because that's the deal with being president and more. Wasn't very good at being president. He was dreary dog Matic. Un-imaginative uninspiring and appeared to regard his election as the end rather than the beginning of a new political dialogue with Egypt's people. Muhammad MO walls president. Chosen as such by his fellow citizens. And this makes him absurdly a unique figure in Egypt's history. He may not have done it. Well, but he did it and proved that it was doable. That may yet be a significant legacy. Twenty four. I'm Andrew millet.
"cata" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"On cata teed, and we're talking about Spinks cats. Yup. Those adorable hairless creatures that you see, in, you know, some movies some whole videos, and, you know, some, some rapper cats. Hello, IM Osho and just very unusual. Because, hey, they're hairless. So let's talk about the personality 'cause I was wondering, you know, these are cats without first. Are they just the same as other cats but they don't have for or they are they a little different? And it turns out, yet, there are a little different. They're not the same as your regular. Well. Most cats are not regular. Of course, they all have their own distinct personalities. But there are a little bit unique compared to some of the other cats that are out there. For one, they tend to have a very sweet disposition and, you know, maybe this is because they like to be cuddled. And maybe it's because they know they're not like most other cats. And so they just are proud of it. Who knows? But overall, they tend to have very sweet dispositions, and they also tend to be very talkative and very chatty not just in the, you know, kind of way, but they make little Chirps and little gibberish. She sort of meows and just very talkative. And I don't know what that has to do with the fact that they don't have for. But hey, this is how they are. Maybe they're talking to their owners more because they don't have to worry about constantly, you know, looking there, furred keeping their selves all looking great. Who knows? But they're very chatty. They tend to eat a lot. They have high metabolisms. They by nature have a little pot belly, but they have a fast metabolism in comparison to most cats. So they do eat a lot as a result, they use the litterbox a lot. So it's often best from what I read to get a type of letter that is not going to stick to their paws, and since they're going to be in the box, so often and to make sure it's the type of box that they're going to use on a regular basis, you know, covered uncovered and make sure again they have enough boxes. Because, hey, they eat a lot. They love company. They're very friendly. Although some of your guests might think they are freaky looking because again, most people expect cats to have hair, and they're rare as far as household pets, as far as cats go. I don't know the percentage, I wanna say under ten percent of the household. Olds in the US actually have thinks cats, which is a pretty small number but still quite up there. It might be closer to about seven percent. They are not usually found as strays, they're generally from breeders, because they are a bit rare. And, you know, for some people, you know, when you love your cat, you think everyone's gonna love your cat. And because these cats are so odd looking they might get a little. What is that from your company that's visiting? But once they get to know, your little baby, they will love him or her because they're so friendly. Okay, then Lastly, I want to share a famous thinks cat. If you think I have never seen one of these hairless cats, I've no idea, which talking about okay? There is a very popular movie. Maybe I'm dating myself, but it wasn't that long ago called Austin powers and the cat that phase. They'd Mr. Biggles worth in Austin powers was a famous sphynx cat his name, his real name. Get ready for this was Ted new Gent. So if you ever listened to old rock, I hate to say old, but, you know, let's say classic rock or so. That's a play on. Ted Nugent, who is a great rocker back in the seventies, eighties and still pretty popular today. But that was a famous Finks cat. So when the movie Austin powers, and you can see what thinks cat looks like or hey, just look it up on YouTube. All right. We're just wrapping up our show on Spinks cats. And I just want to give a shout out again to Pamela from Tennessee that gave me the idea for this show. I hope you enjoyed this talk about sphynx cats. They're the hairless wonders, as so they're called. They're hairless cats that either completely hairless or have very fine down. They look like little aliens, but are adorable have very sweet disposition. And I hope this may be opened your mind in your eyes to the idea of considering adopting one if one you happened to come across as things cat, or if you're looking at certain breeds or want to go to our breed adoption type of facility take a look at this thing's cat after doing all this research. I want one. They're sweet. They're cuddly, you know, they like to talk to you. Why not you know, they look a little unusual like little aliens, but they're the sweetest little aliens ever. They're so adorable. To find out more. I found a lot of information on Wikipedia found a lot of information on cat Stor. There's so much information there and they're called sphynx cats and..
UN health agency highlights lifestyle choices that can prevent onset of dementia
"Key lifestyle. Choices such as getting regular exercise. Not smoking or drinking too much can reduce the risk of dementia and cognitive decline. The U N health agency said on Tuesday in recommendations designed to counter an expected tripling in the number of people with the illness by twenty fifty dwelt Health Organization guidelines are aimed at medical professionals governments and carers today around fifty million people globally suffer from dementia. And there are nearly ten million new cases every year, according to WHO's, Dr near Joo. Chowdhary other lifestyle choices that people can take to reduce the risk of dementia include controlling their weight, eating healthily and maintaining healthy blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels as next steps what we urge countries to do is to include a dementia risk reduction in their policies and plans do have programs for training of healthcare providers. So that they can provide these recommendations and interventions to people they see in their clinics and also as we've noted in these guidelines, there is still more research that needs to be done, and we urge governments to invest in more research, not only for dementia cures, but also for prevention and selection and better treatment of people with dementia last year WHO provided support to countries such as Bosnia and hurts governor Croatia cata Slovenia and Sri Lanka to develop a comprehensive multi sexual public health response to dementia
"cata" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Your host on cata Tudo. We're talking about the country that is obsessed with cats, and that would be Japan. Now, some you might write me and say, no, no, it's US or Canada or Australia, or whatever this is just in my research. So if there's other countries that you think are more obsessed with calcite, let me know Michelle at pet life radio dot com. But in my research, I found so much information about Japan and their obsession with cats that I was just floored. It actually goes back about a thousand years, did, you know, Japanese people have been living with cats for a thousand years. So that the US is were, you know, just over two hundred something years old, we're like a new country. So we can't even compare but Japan is. All about cats. You know, think about it where does Hello kitty come from. Yes, japan. And Hello kitty is everywhere in Japan, an odd sorts of things there's even a Hello kitty amusement park, but more on that later. So what I've found is that Japanese folklore says the cats have protective powers and they symbolize good fortune. The Japanese people are nature, very superstitious and believe in fortune. What brings good fortune and so forth, and there's a symbol in its the cat with the PA raised and usually the pause moving. It's called and pardon. My pronunciation of visits called my Niki Nico, and it means beckoning cat and business owners will often put a little statue of a cat with the moving Pau to lure people into their. Business, and I don't know if you've ever noticed, and I've noticed it in restaurants, all over Japanese Chinese and Japanese and Chinese are different. But I've noticed it in both types of restaurants almost always I'll see a cat with the Pau moving up and down. And I I never quite knew. I thought it was probably you know, for good luck. But it is good luck. And to lurk customers into their business. So that's kind of interesting and this has been going on for hundreds of years this symbol. Let's talk about modern times. Now in Japan, you know, the apartments the population in the cities are huge, and there's not enough space for all the people. So the apartments are quite small and many many many people live in apartments. So because they can't have cats in their apartments because the apartments are so tiny cat cafes are all over the place and in these cat cafes. People will go and have a seat read a book, they could buy treat for the cats and the cats just roam around generally, there's over a dozen cats that are just roaming around you can even look up this cat cafes over in something like, you know, trip adviser, and it's interesting when people say because people are better like kind of like people love it people that are expecting more of a cafe versus a cat cafe are expecting more human kind. And it's not that this is all about the cats. It's you know, it'll smell like cats a little it's, you know, there's I think some of them have food for humans, but it's mostly all about the cats have a seed, you know, you could buy treats and have your favorite cats, and they say, many of the Japanese people that visit come on a regular basis and will seek out there special cat and by special treats just for that special cat, so. Kind of coal if you think about it because if you can't have a cat, at least, you can have the accompaniment or you can have the door of visiting your know our cat in cat. Cafe I'm as regular basis as you can. So kind of interesting it comes without, you know, all the restrictions or laments or other features of cats. You know, you don't have the litter box, and you don't have the vet bills. But on the other hand, you're only limited to see the cat couple hours. You know or have a much time you have per week. So I don't know I know that there's a few in the United States, and there's a pew in other countries as well. But in Japan there prominent they're all over the place and not only do people. Visit the cats and buy them food. They can dress up the cats. They can read books about cats and comics about cats. And buy drinks for the cats. So I just kind of funny. Oh, I'm going out tonight to the cat cafe and are gonna have a cocktail or so, you know, kinda interesting. There's also not one, but at least two islands in Japan that are known as cat islands one and again pardon. My mispronunciation one is called Tashi rozema island and the other one is a Shima island and an ice Shema. There's about fifteen residents and over one hundred cats now what I've read is that years and years ago, they brought a few cats over to the island to get rid of the rodents, and they did not fix the cats. So the cats began to multiply multiply multiply until they finally started to that the cats fixed. So they weren't multiplying. At an unbelievable rate because it was almost too many cats and the island was just too overwhelmed with them, but you can visit the islands. There's nothing for people. There's just cats on the island, and I think very very few residents. There's no restaurants or anything for you know, humans that you have to go prepared with that. And you could just visit. And there's cats roaming all over the place. So kind of interesting if you're planning a visit to Japan before we talk more about something, I discovered also about Japan. I just wanna tell you about this. Great new litter, I found Molly and Dennis and Charlotte love it. And what's even more? Important, mama. Loves it a lot. It's called pretty letter. And what it does that it makes it so different from any other litter I've ever used is it has a built in health monitoring system. So the litter? Actually changes color to let you know if there's anything going on with your cat because cats hide their health issues. They don't really talk and tell you about it until it's almost too late. So what this does is it starts off. It's actually starts off pretty it's a white crystalline, and it will turn colors as your does its business. There's actually a color code on the bag and let me know if it turns this color, you know, monitoring because it might be time to see your bed and check it out. Now, the other wonderful thing is that I.
Flames, Sake and Shrines: A Japanese village's Fire Festival
"Japan is renowned for being an incredibly safety conscious country with locals diligently following the abundance of rules and regulations designed to keep them protected and moving officially at the same time. It's home to some of the most incredible. And I might say dangerous festivals. One in the mountain village of nozzle on Sen. involves generous servings of Japanese Sakai, of course, fire and a fragile flammable. Wooden structure sounds like a very dangerous combination doesn't it his on north Asia? Correspondent Jake stone. Take a stroll through any part of Tokyo's busy Choubey award and within a few hundred meters you'll hit one of the dozens of construction sites. There's a fielding food here. Head of the rugby World Cup and twenty twenty Olympic and Paralympic Games. These sites are surrounded by temporary clean, white walls and guards at every entrance. Whenever a truck arrives will depart at least two guards leap into action blocking the road and footpath stopping traffic. So the truck can safely drive. No matter of seconds back on your wide. This is the culture of safety that exists here. These gods of mandated by strict local police rules and officials haven't been willing to change them despite a live shortage, which is what makes my nixed experience. So difficult to feather them in January. I attended the NewsHour on fire festival will dosage Matt Surrey. Villages carrying flaming torches charge towards a wooden shrine and attempt to heat it and set it on fire. But at the base of the towns twenty five year olds who have to bear the brunt of the TAC. Coping flaming branch after flaming branch to the head. I all consume liters of silver tree suck. Those those in the U onnell hockey, he cata walkie from the festival's preservation group told me it started around two hundred years ago. He says the dosage in God's that exist everywhere in Japan, hoping to prevent disease and disaster from entering villages. Every year the towns twenty five and forty two year olds which you can see I'm lucky years build the shrine that eventually burns down final offering to the gods. So why the violence and why the fire almost? Because it's fun Akihiko Cadillac. He tells me the town, and especially this festival is incredibly popular with a strategy interests. Like Steve Sadler. Who's come from Atalaya? This. This is Christ. Back home. Percent after we did our report I go to Macy's from a retired chief superintendent with the New South Wales. Rural Fire service turns out he was there and incredibly conflicted symbol, tiny Asli exhilerated and uphold. He told me that the intoxicated attack his end defenders siege mentality defend and destroy at all costs commitment made for a real risk to health and safety but the pride in workmanship in skill in building the structure as well. As the locals who'd gathered to celebrate showed how symbolic and of utmost important such an event was he says, it was blown away. And what do you go back for more? You bet it seems the reason such an event can happen despite the apparent and inherent danger of combining fire and sucker is tradition. The fact this has been going on for more than a century means it's likely to continue. As a rite of passage for many more seemingly incredibly they haven't been any serious injuries arising from the festival the faces of the twenty five year olds by the end of the not having borne the brunt of the attacks were covered in ash. Not happy hangovers. The next day will match worse though, that's an unscathed. Jake's term reporting.
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'Smallville' actress Allison Mack asks court to let her continue acting amid NXIVM sex cult allegations
"In June, the supreme court narrowly sided with Colorado. Baker, Jack Phillips of masterpiece kick shop who refused to make a custom wedding cake for gay couple on religious grounds. Well, Phillips is back in federal court this week, this time, it's because his shop refused to create a blue and pink cake for transgender woman's birthday. A woman on the phone said, the shop would not make a cake, celebrating gender changes and eventually hung up the phone. The Colorado Discrimination Act known as cata, bans places of public accommodation like shops and restaurants from discriminating against customers based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.
"cata" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"From ABC news I'm Richard Cantu the bigger stick white nationalists heavily outnumbered by police encounter protesters, at their plan rally Lafayette square across from. The White House. ABC news contributor John Cohen is a former homeland security. Undersecretary sled up you know that they would be out. There in force they were going to her tail any type of violent, or destructive behavior and that probably resulted in people who were coming to town to cause problems not to come to town this happening on the first anniversary of the white nationalist, rally, in Charlottesville Virginia that included the car attack murder, of counter, protester Heather higher Jason Kessler organizer of today's event denies he's. A white nationalist I'm okay with sharing this country with people from. Around the world but if you bring in too many, people at once it's not the, same country anymore and that's. What they're doing and that's why a lot of white, people, feel, agree Washington, DC police report, no arrests today former Trump advisor and apprentice contestant Omarosa manigault Newman has. Released a recording she claims documents her firing from the white house i'm rosa says she recorded white house chief of staff john kelly firing her after he told her she had integrity issues this is a non negotiable discussion negotiated i've never talked cata chester talk so this is my departure i'd like to have at least an opportunity the former apprentice stars written a book claiming the president is a racist and told n._b._c.'s meet the press that john kelly threatened to hurt her reputation if she didn't leave the white house quietly andy field a._b._c. news minnesota democratic congressman keith ellison is denying the allegations of ex girlfriend karen monaghan who asserts ellison abused her emotionally and physically he's denying that brooks kepco winner of the u._s. open two years running one the p._g._a. championship at belle reeve outside saint louis going sixteen for under for the weekend tiger woods was second just two strokes back you're listening to a._b._c. news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they.
"cata" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Cata chat with a chronic condition and suspected IBD and I really hadn't been exposed to how how prevalent these conditions are and they literally begged us to try and come up with better solutions. I found that in looking at the composition of bacteria that I could see that they had a clear imbalance in the community and typically really low diversity or low numbers of the different types of bacteria compared to healthy animals. But the people told me that they didn't just want to know why they're animals who were sick. They really wanted a way to make them healthy again, of course. And so when I decided to create animal with the company, I developed this oral people transplant capsule as a way of making people transplants more widely available to people that they could help their animals is I'm hearing you correctly. When you came up with a citizen science project, you were charging people to send their pets poop to you. That's right. And we didn't promise them anything. Useful at that. Point it was just a research project away people wanted to help science it's awesome exactly yeah and I think it was not really for their animals this is not new science though 'cause I know when veterinary school that these. To do it in their still doing it in general medicine especially for cows and horses you know they'll get poop from some other animal they'll put a tube down stroke give this slurry of Putin's usually the veterinary student who's. The lucky one who has to administer it but you came up the idea to do it now. For pets how do you collect the poop how do, you find. Your donors for healthy poop well so yeah this is a, practice that goes back to the eighteenth century particularly for ruminants like cattle and sheep and it's a messy procedure with tubes and yet usually the students in the case. Of the week came up with the way in, which we deliver the fecal transplant in a capsule for the. Given orally. And so it doesn't have to Involves her the messy in. Office procedure that the veterinary to do offer? People transplant after go through and just. Makes it more forcible and. More convenient. For. People. And the way that we get to the truth is. We have a small and growing. Pool of healthy donors who are animals who have no health problems they have to be in their prime, they can't be too young, or too, old they can't have any behavioral issues. They have to have a diet, that I and we also. Look at the composition of microorganisms in there to make sure that it, looks balanced and of course we screen and make sure that they're. Not transmitting they wouldn't be transmitting? Any parasites or pathogens sewer these kitties that are? Living, in a, research facility or are they just a cat like you and, I have at home and we just, have this goldmine poop that I keep. Shoveling and scoop in and throwing out every day my throwing away money that I could be sending over to animal biomass that's right you are we call a golden. Poo with do you find that It's hard to find donors. That should meet all of our criteria but for those that have perfect tooth and are completely healthy but definitely something that could be very helpful to other animals and how about dogs so here you have a dog that's going out and about going to the neighborhood how do you make sure I. Guess you. Have to. Screen each sample poop to comes. Through your door lucky Yes so when the case of cats we, started with indoor cats was easier to sort of feel like, we could control their exposure to have in Paris I. Took pathogens be introduced to. Them but in the case of dogs right, that's not ideal they need when you want to. Go outside regularly and we do screen every single proof that that goes out in our capital which were expensive but. I think if you're gonna do people transplants. You you wanna make sure that you're not giving a sick animal. Giving them a new problem by introducing.
Two Michiganders make final table at World Series of Poker
"Wgn news time seven oh six good luck to two michigan men and the two thousand eighteen world series of poker in las vegas jau cata of shelby township and nick manion muskegon among the last nine players at the table for this afternoon showdown both made the cut after a twelve hour poker session yesterday even if they're lose they are guaranteed to walk away with a lot of money first prize is eight point eight million dollars and this is not the first time for joe cata he won eight and a half million dollars in two thousand nine nine with a better hand than sixty five hundred other poker players a lot of interest in west michigan all over the state really this morning about a flower that's blooming for the very first time it smells pretty bad wwe jay's beth fisher joining us live and local with more beth tom this is the corpse flower at meyer gardens and sculpture park in grand rapids they've had this flower for eighteen years the director of horticulture there steve lawar was on hand late last night when it started to bloom the smell like rotting flesh or meet i am just now starting to be able to smell this so even though it smells terrible it's going to a lot worse anytime a plant goes through this much effort to smell this bad i have to take a minute snowing they've nicknamed the rare four and a half foot tall flower patricia because of the smell it will only bloom for a couple of days you can see it at w w j newsradio dot com reporting live beth fisher ww j newsradio nine fifty w w j news time is seven oh eight traffic and weather together on.
"cata" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Ron cata chewed seventeen our best bets for pets mark who thought of that cat so for all thanks michelle for having us on the show and we surely appreciate you guys coming by the boost at global it was a pretty stellar event i'm usually super busy and you know we we kinda let our cats roam around the booth you know while we were there we had a good we had a good spot in that ten by twenty right there on the corner best place to pedal your nip but the concept for mj affectionately that's the that's the cat's name it's the same for me our jim so m j that concept came up along it probably about four or five years ago and we were thinking about what kind of a mascot would be fitting and complementary for the brand and so you know we thought about a lot of different ideas a lot of different visions and thoughts about you know is it a character is it the person and so at the end of the day you know we came up with a mascot that i think people can identify with you know that you know kinda hippie but still kinda cool and modern but surely loves their share cabinet right so we came up with the idea we we got a really good group to put our costume together and then we launched mj officially last year at super sue and people just went wild you know i mean it was a it was kind of a last minute thing but we knew it logo we were gonna make it extra special because we had a larger booths and we had been there before and so it went over really well so obviously people got a lot of photos a lot of a lot of cats all fees and and so and he didn't scratch anyone so that was good college really good but you know like most trade shows you now you have booths swear they're very engaging and you have you know some boots where they're not so engaging they're just there you know like okay we're have to be this show or just sitting here i always when when whenever when we had a booth at for a little while at global and in other worlds when i wore another hat i done trade shows and it always blows my mind that they are such an expense and at such an effort to set up a booth and the cost of the booth and all that and people don't work it and you guys took yup wow workday jim is right for everybody listening and i'm going to see if the producer can have a pitcher on episode page of mianwali jim but you have to figure there's this six foot tall kind of stuff coming up to you saying hey you know i don't even know he he didn't i don't think he talked my she just gestured numb i just thought okay i got to get an interview with these people this is just too clever and you know but we're not just going to talk about that there's a reason you have meow jim and i think just about most people can relate especially because it's legal in lot of states you know going all states for your version of meow will wanna say hey yeah global yeah but you know slowly it's not for people it's not marijuana it's meowing wanna just so arabic and when i received my sample i gotta tell ya from from what i kind of remember looking like it looks like the real thing and it's kind of how you have your meal wanna packaged it's you know he have catnip splits and blondes you have twin baggies you have yup and the jar of buds looks like buds there you go yeah so so again at the end of the day it is to your point michelle it's a fun mimic you know to probably an alltoofamiliar industry but specifically for us i mean we surely like to have fun but we really think about the quality of the product and you know catnip is a common product but in the past i mean especially since cats tend to have played a lot of second fiddle over the years to to the dog community catnip has been kind of boring right and not only boring some cats really are not as susceptible to catnip so we really had to come to the game when i say the game talking about the ted industry with a game and so that was the.
Psychedelics may help your brain cells form new connections
"Is madison will help regrow brain cells i've heard of that one go ahead well first of all carolyn rodriguez who's the md and assistant professor professor of psychiatric and behavior science at stanford university says next generation medications that act on receptors will what are glutamate receptors it is the docking ports for the main central transmitter involved in communication between the brain cells and what that will that will do will rapidly reduce symptoms of depression and other disorders now one of the medications is called cata mine kate e eight any also seem to increase levels or brain derived neurotrophic factors which is also known as be inept which promotes brain cell connections again that's that's very technical very very technical i realized that grow brain cells it has to be technical so yeah i guess that's a good thing but that's something that's in the future i'm not sure how i ever heard that before out i do have some information on that i don't think i'm prepared to talk about it right now today but i do know that there are going to have something that will re grow your brain cells and so there's good improving i'm i'll have to i might have done that already i don't know but i'll i'll i'll i'll bring it back maybe next week and we're talking about a little bit more that's highly technical i dunno integra in hollywood but that's something that you know you can look forward to future.
Italy's 5-Stars step back from minister's anti-gay remarks
"Injunction is needed to prevent village residents from facing confiscation of their weapons and one hundred one thousand dollar a day fines before the courts decide on the lawsuits one lawsuit claims the villages violating state law which were hits municipalities from enacting bans after two thousand thirteen deerfield officials argue the board amended a previous ordinance and that the ban is needed in response to mass shootings the leader of the rightwing party that shares power in italy insists undoing laws allowing same sex civil unions and abortion are not on the agenda of the new government league leader matteo salvini it gave those assurances after family minister says the said that families headed by gay couples don't legally exist in italy the league member defined natural families as once in which children have a mother and a father a lawmaker from the five star movement which is governing in a coalition with the league called the prime minister called the minister's comments not opportune the vice president of italy's chamber of deputies told a newspaper to the coalitions too populist partners have very different sensibilities two people are dead after a small plane crashed off the coast of new york's long island the faa says it happened around three thirty yesterday afternoon the victim's bodies were recovered from the crash scene about a mile and a half south of easthampton police shell cbs news there were four people on board search efforts are underway for the others the faa and the national transportation board are investigating wbz news time eight forty three cbs i on veterans presented by theraworx relief in tennessee the university of memphis is offering full ride scholarships family members of the military people killed or cata injured quelling uniform children of the fallen as well spouses as long as they have not remarried can use this benefit connecting vets dot com reporter matt same sing tells us the raval to do so thanks to scholarships provided by a group called folds of honor.
NBA warns Drake over 'use of bad language' after Kendrick Perkins incident
"And every market donald mitchell makes me want to watch him every single night to see how he continues to get better ever every night and we've seen in the playoffs already and so they're taking on a strong houston team now utah they're going to beat houston in the series before it is it is quite interesting i it really is and by the way something else compelling about these about these nba playoffs is that i think that we found the new spike lee and we found the new jack nicholson and his name is drake i think we've found exactly who that is now dry it is it is drake who has a mega fan but also works in the front office with the toronto raptors he has his own desk and office in the with the raptors so the nba has worn raptors mega fan about the use of bad language after the rapper and kendrick perkins traded angry words during game one other teams playoff series kiki vandeweghe the nba's executive vice president basketball operations spoke to messiah jury who was the president of the raptors and requisites courtside for toronto's home games there cata center and he's part of that fan base they were jawing face to face so drako's called say all kinds of things about about kendrick perkins and that's becoming of number one fan but number two somewhat actually kind of works around the team so i mean i know he's all into it but man i mean come on is drake the difference between the raptors win or loss clearly not because if this was like a strategy by a you going to get into kindred perkins face and so now let's just rev up the raptors to win game to clear that wasn't the.
"cata" Discussed on WSB-AM
"That wouldn't be a really good cata so st lucia me was in that stephen hill from law and order stanley tucci as lucky luciano i didn't work i didn't work with those guys but i worked with nicole kidman and bruce willis and and dustin hoffman basically set in as i would say director there was a director but he called the shots oh yeah but but very simply and and be concise you know to your listeners the thing is that yeah i was in a scene where they run a speakeasy underground club and the i think the song is i'm in the mood for love is playing and doesn't i mean i'm sorry bruce willis and co kidman are walking out and they walked by me and i'm sitting at the bar smoking a cigar and drinking coca cola by the way out of a brandish after that fantastic that's what they use and and but it was still and he actually gave me a line because i was so good and we did like just team rehearsals and not never they're supposed to do he gave me a lot so i got paid but i'm gonna tell you honestly i'll let you bruce willis is probably one of the nicest people let alone actress that i've ever that's great to hear because i that would shatter my perception if you really all he was a jerk i can imagine bruce willis being just like normal dude the chicken and the egg with longo drastically like just a normal laid back guy ross is in rome russ welcome to the show how are you sir hey mark how you doing excellent what's going on well i read in blind date but those are taking so i really liked his performance in sixth sense but my favorite bruce willis movies one lilac people know about it's called the kid.
"cata" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"Cata marveled on i'm really excited about is like the cosmic shit yeah we've seen it in guardians but like there's a whole political aspect to that stuff like like star wars s kind of like this veteran doesn't get along with these guys and here's what the history is trade wars yeah so excited while you totally derail be with jesus well i have a question for you actually go you think that what they'll do is have ironman be someone else comes around could be someone else or will they just move onto new superheroes for the that gave there's going to be at least one instance of mantle passing in the post infinitely war and don't you think that like if iron man dies in this aren't men then is gone for like a phase and then it's like whenever it's time in a few years there's a teaser trailer the fucking ironman suit and there's going to be a new iron and you imagine our dj being sixty no no they bring someone else to do it it's like we we get someone and maybe he makes cameo he writes in yeah for me it's like i don't wanna see another fucking ironman i wanna see new people you won't see another like yeah i don't know i would rather see like falcon like other characters wanting that they did in the comics was in the big civil war to event tony stark injured in films will coma and he's off the board right and then that vacuum of power.
"cata" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"After brady got lucky gus you refuse to talk to the media steve strategy was to get to bernie by connect with people who had access to his prison makes here's all areas think so berries like us superhero at him i mean it's super villain us a superhero tom a superhero a simple criminal hero near army this is casey white a bank robber who was the first prison made of burnings pu steve connected with he had been in prison with bernie his cata an taffarel out really lovely smiled not a whole lot of financed mile per day had a really friendly guy a great store retailer because this is a manager stole more money than anybody else we're talking about anybody else warn old man don't took everybody he can beat the record on f i hate him went to the top of the list in kerman aladi everybody's in near for money the majority of cases is about money your army and got a man at gend gated don't don't took it all he he he's more important than jesse train yes i'm hearing bonnian cloud kim see new inmates were still behind bars with bernie hit smuggled a list of them out of the prison and gave it to sleep now for me please were the people who could yet neither birth so i take that list and i write to all two hundred fifty people on atlas but fell real break for me comes that because there's this this guy in prison named robert rosser and robert rosso comes upon one of my letters and he'd reaches out to me otherwise her may that he were a writer uncurbed with might review that i will right robert became a writer in prison while serving a life sentence for dealing meth stephen robert bonded in one day ski sent robert a letter asking him to handed to burn.
"cata" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Cata today on every level is in a rap a full day of who today michigan basketball to kick things off right here on w w j the minnesota golden gophers into the chrysler center had say 230 tip michigan eighteen in six on the air seven and foreign conference play minnesota comes in fourteen in ten embassies in their three and eight in big ten play coverage begins at 2 o'clock but 45 minutes from from now right here on w w j two spartans in action tonight as well they'll take on indiana down at assembly hall and twenty one in three on the year there nine into and big ten play that puts him third in the standings behind purdue in ohio state right now who is yours at twelve and eleven over overall the five and six in big ten play that game tips off at eight fifteen this evening redwings in action tonight as well they'll wrap up a quick twogame rhody they're in florida to see panthers after a win over the carolina hurricanes last night four to one was the final score puck drops at seven this evening coverage just after six thirty on ninety seven one the ticket and pistons basketball tonight we've got that one as well right here on w w j it'll be blake griffin second game as a piston he was dazzling in his first twenty four points 10 boards five assists 2 blocks in his debut on thursday night it'll be the miami heat this evening seven o'clock for the tip lca coverage right around six thirty right here on wjr and one last day of prepped for the eagles in patriots as they get set for super bowl fifty d to pats favored by five points according to most sports books rob drink housekey of course has been cleared to play after suffering a concussion the afc title game eagles de tackle timmy jernigan did return to practice yesterday he's been dealing with an illness this week kick off right around six thirty tomorrow night and we've got a fouryear right here uh over excuse me on ninety seven when the ticket was worth of fifteen and forty five past each hour i'm jake jiabin w w j newsradio nine fifty i'll be back in one minute surgury updating traffic and weather together.
"cata" Discussed on Alice @97.3
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"cata" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"cata" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
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"cata" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
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