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Fresh update on "cough" discussed on Menopause Management
"If you're a menopausal age, you're old enough to recall the nineteen seventies. That's when suddenly there was a loan stack movement. Everyone started focusing on fat in only set. That's when margit margarine was promoted instead of water. It's when solid CRISCO shortening was replaced by liquid. Oils. It's when you started seeing low fat milk and Skim. So in the nineteen seventies and continuing until the present day. The food industry modified its products to meet the demand for lower sat in our diets and it chokes. Out of foods which you know. When you take the fat out of food, the food tastes like cardboard. To cough and say to the fact that low sex. We've taste like cardboard. The food industry began adding sugar, and of course sure tastes good. So you started seeing products like snack wells. Cookies before the low fat movement, snack walls had three grams of fat per serving, but didn't have. miskel removed two grams of fat. Per serving. But in the place of those two grams of fat, they added Slur Grams of sugar. So now there are seven grams of sugar for serving and OH. One survey. Is, won- cookie. I love you. But I think most of us, would he? The whole package of three or four six or been? There are or maybe two or three packages. Have you noticed. The obesity pandemic has incurred since lows that movement seeking. New, regardless of where you live, you see more obese people now than ever before the percentage of obese. SCHUMAN's double in the last twenty eight years. And the increased risk for heart attack is rising faster than the increase in obesity. For the first time in history, even people who live in poverty are obese. And thirty percent more people who are obese. Are actually undernourished. The Low fat movement was supposed to decrease the incidence apart attacks. Didn't. Not only that. It increases the rate of heart attacks, the incidence of obesity and the incidence of diabetes. So. Why hasn't anyone notice that? We're focusing all wrong thing. You See. Paint. Patterns like this. I look at how many practices I observe how they are serving or disturbing the purpose and I figure out the problem with the logic that created the situation in the first place..
World Health Organization acknowledges coronavirus can be airborne
"I just read that. We still don't have a definitive posture on masks from the WHO? And that they are finally ceding ground to the idea that the coronavirus could partially be spread in air. I mean this is so bizarre because it's the middle of July, there are three million cases, and half a million people have died, and we are still there, and so you know when I saw that trump pulled out of the WHO You know in this weird way the way he did. It was kind of cartoonish in stupid, and you know kind of an insolent child, but the reason he did. It was actually pretty reasonable because this organization. Is Not a scientific or health body, it's an academic body, and you can see this in universities where all of a sudden things tilt away from fax, and it tilts towards you know all kinds of very very very small points of. Political capital that people fight over and so these politicized organizations are incredible and to the point at which we saw you know this past week the report that. Well over two hundred fifty of their own scientists who they rely on, said Hey. It's very clear that this is an airborne phenomenon aerosol tiny microparticles of Aerosol when people talk when they sing when they cough when they sneeze, all this obvious stuff floats in the air and if you ever closed air conditioned. Location like say a church in the South or a hotel or casino? It's not a good idea to be in there, and it's especially not about. Is especially bad idea. Take your mask off so now. The WHO is over two and as you said in his just horrifically comical way can explain as we're very clearly explaining that this is a political organization that is funded by a duopoly of superpowers that have many issues which we're going to get into today. And we have to say who the duopoly is Sax when you look at this being are token conservative here and you see the trump win. How frustrating is it for you? That trump's delivery and his persona when he is right in a person can't be wrong all the time I'm proof positive that you. You have to deal with the fact that he doesn't. It's such a stupid inane way that you don't actually get credit for the win. Well trump is often the the bull in a China shop, and kind of disrupts the status quo by. Throwing a grenade into it but frequently there there are good reasons why the status quo niece be disrupted and the the new. York Times laid out the case in a new story on who the the one that reported the scientists complaining that you're talking. It was just a straight news story, but it almost came across as an expose because whose incompetence was laid out so starkly the fact that they were slow on mass. Oppose them and. I think kind of lied about them. and then. and then to to be downplaying the airborne nature of the virus in favor of. Maintaining this narrative that it spread through touching surfaces or Which I think people are realizing now is much much less likely. And, so yeah, you do kind of have to wonder whose side is is on and the the New, York Times article kind of suggests why they do this, which is. When they issue a declaration, they have to think about the ramifications and all of their member countries, and so, what ends up happening? is they sort of start with the policy, implication or political result that they are? And then of reverse engineer, the science and You know with article talks about how you know if we were to come out and and sort of. Be Very. Clear about airborne transmission that could affect spending, or or you know political budgets all these different countries, and so they've been reluctant to do that so yeah, it's a it's A. WE'RE GONNA nation that sort of political, first, and then reverse engineers the science to fit that. And you know what this reminds me of. It's like when you have giant. Board of a company, the management team comes out, and now they've got to present like a pivot or an acquisition whatever it is, and they're thinking well. Okay. We've got this funding source. These people own twenty six percent of who this person owns twenty two percent. We've now got to present it to them. And what are the Ram downstream vacations? Luckily there's an alignment in a single company. The alignment is we want company share price to go up, but here in the world it is not equally aligned is in China's best interest. What's in the best interest and what's in America's best interest might be radically different, and they are literally funding them correct from off while there's a they are there. There's a there's this thing called Sayers law right which many of us kind of have seen play out which is at academic the saying something like academic politics. Are So vicious, because the stakes are so small, and in this interesting way, the WHO has lost the script because they fight over politics, who gets to say what who's being positioned, and they lose sight of the real downs in my opinion, the downstream implications of the things that they have because if they actually just thought from first principles and tried to be a truly independent body that said we are going to take. The capital were given from the countries that are supporting us and actually do the best. And actually published, like what is the best thing to do for example in the case of krona virus and be definitive and. We'd be a much better place, but a lot of what is allowed the posture corona virus to transition from a health issue to a political issue in many ways, has been because organizations like the WHO and the CDC. Our political bodies and their academic bodies, and so the incentives of the players within these organizations are not necessarily project the right public health positioning they are. Are At some level to think about their own career trajectory and the political machinations had happened within the organization that are blind to normal citizens like us that just consume the output, and then so when you see something like an inability to give a definitive ruling on things like masks, or you know other things. You just kind of scratch your head in wonder. Wonder is it that they're dumb and the answer is no. It's not that they're dumb. They're motivated by very different things than public health all the time, which
Indoor airborne spread of coronavirus possible, says WHO
"The World Health Organization is acknowledging the possibility that covid nineteen might be spread in the area under certain conditions after more than two hundred scientists urge the agency to do so in an open letter published this week in a journal to scientists from Australia and the US wrote that studies have shown beyond any reasonable doubt that viruses are released during relation, talking and coughing in micro droplets small enough to remain aloft in the air. The WHO has long dismissed the possibility that the corona virus is spreading the except for certain risky medical procedures such as when patients have i. put on breathing machines. In a change to its previous, thinking the w eight show noted on Thursday that studies, evaluating covert nineteen outbreaks in restaurants, choir, practices and fitness classes suggested the virus might have been spread in the air. abalones spread particularly in specific indoor locations without symptoms a phenomenon. The organization has long downplayed. Who has repeatedly said? Such transmissions are rare despite a growing consensus among scientists globally that asymmetric spread likely accounts for a significant amount of transmission. The agency said that most spread is via droplets from acted people who cough or sneeze, but added that people without symptoms are also capable of transmitting the disease. The extent of truly a symptomatic infection in the community remains unknown.
Scientists, health officials not in agreement on whether coronavirus spreads by aerosols or droplets
"Researchers, They're learning learning Maura about one of the ways covert, Khun spread droplets or aerosols. That's the big debate going on among health experts tracking covert 19 Droplets that might come from a sneeze or cough or fairly heavy and fall quickly to the ground. But aerosols are much smaller and float. Daniel Oren with scripts research says transmission of the Corona virus Inara Souls could explain super spreader cases, especially indoors too far apart, Really, to be in range of these regular drunk was to come out of people's mouths. Nearly 300 experts called in the World Health Organization to look more closely at a results. That's
Fauci: There is not "a lot of definitive evidence" that coronavirus can transmit through airborne spread, but it should not be ruled out
"CROWBARS cases are increasing and at least thirty six states this week Texas set a new record high for the number of new cases in a single day today, topping ten thousand cases for the first time at ten, thousand and twenty eight Arizona set a new grim record high for the number of coronavirus deaths in a single day today at one hundred seventeen. Some states reversing their policy. On allowing indoor dining in restaurants today, Dr, Anthony Fauci said this. When you talk about heiress, ill or airborne? There have been demonstrations viruses. That can actually stay in the air for much longer enhance. Get caught up in the circulation system of given room. There isn't a lot of definitive evidence about what the impact of the Aristotle Ization is on covert expression. However, we have some good examples back with SARS which is a similar virus where they were clear cut examples of spread by Aerosol. Juror discussion now is Dr. Peter says. He is the dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and the CO director of the Texas Children's Hospital Center for Vaccine Development Doctor. Thank you very much for joining us tonight, and just in reaction to what Dr Fauci was just saying in the whole question of indoor dining in restaurants, one of the simple messages is being outside is better than being inside. Yeah that's right now. We know that droplet contact is a major out of transmission meaning that somebody has this virus and what we know about this viruses, that's it's president. High amounts in the Upper Airways speaking, or you cough. You released a lot of virus, and then gets on surfaces or land on people's face. We've known about that for a long time, but a lot of us have suspected that it does something more which is lingers in the atmosphere as well. Well and it turns out not allowed to respiratory viruses. Actually do this easels, does it chicken pox? Virus does and this one almost certainly does this as well, and that's one of the reasons why this is so highly transmissible that high amount of virus, the upper airway and the fact that those particles are released, and so many of those people are without symptoms. So this is what makes it so hard to do. The contact tracing into really manage these epidemics. I? WanNa. Get your view of something. We discussed last night on this program. And that is the the possibility that the real range of possible symptoms is almost unlimited because of the fact that the. Although we think of it as a respiratory of problem, there's also a vascular problem because of the way it seems to get into the bloodstream and those New York Times. Reporter indicating that you could walk into a doctor with just symptoms of feeling, generally bad, and and that could be worthy of Corona virus testing. That's right. There's a huge number of different presentations gastrointestinal presentations prison, presenting coughing and early on in this epidemic we were always told about cough and fever, and that certainly does occur, but the big worrisome one now is the fact that we know this virus binds to certain receptors on the cells, lining blood vessels, and this is causing blood clots warm, so you're seeing pulmonary embolism. You're seeing strokes. You're seeing heart attacks, and that's happening because this virus induces blood clots in the coronary artery, and so one of the big concerns now is, we're people with sudden deaths at. At home people maybe in the early stages of this illness, and this is one of the reasons why so terrifying when the President says ninety nine percent of the cases are harmless, is just not true, and we need to step up our game in the US in terms of interrupting community transmission, the number of cases is going up and up and up forty thousand last week than fifty thousand. Now it's going to be over sixty thousand towards the end of this week with no end in sight so with this epidemic tragically a spiraling out of control right now. and Dr, who does the way you described that? Possibility of sudden death at home would also be a one of the reasons why the death count is, so it is understated in our statistical analysis of it so far. Yeah absolutely, and we're trying to tease out exactly. All of the ramifications we know for instance uncertain about a sudden deaths from covid nineteen. The other thing that happens is when covert night team strikes that community. The people don't take care of themselves. They're reluctant to go to the doctor with symptoms because they're worried of our contracting Cova Nineteen, so we think that may be a component of it as well l., but it's a lethal combination in so many undiagnosed cases, so we're. We're going to get her better handle lot in the coming months, but for now this is a serious and deadly infection.
Scientists say coronavirus can be spread farther than 6 feet in tiny airborne particles
"Meanwhile, more than 200 scientists are now asking the World Health Organization to update its guidance on how the Corona virus spreads in the air. They say fine particles may travel farther than six feet. And fear The current advice may not promote enough protection. Researchers around the world say the evidence is clear. The Corona virus is likely airborne. When we call for sneeze, larger airborne droplets containing virus can travel usually up to about six feet. But smaller particles can be admitted simply by talking or singing and can go much farther and linger in the air for hours. They don't fall to the ground in 60 and they could remain in the air for hours and potentially infectious for hours. What would you like the W. H o to do acknowledge that the risk goes beyond six feet? Dr Don Milton co wrote the letter signed by nearly 240 scientists from around the world. How certain are you that aerosols air playing a significant role in the transmission of Copan, 19 pass a 6 to 8 feet. You look at the restaurant outbreak in Guang Zhou several bus outbreaks in China, and it's clear that one person could infect people over much more than Six feet. In some circumstances. Those aerosols, Khun travel more than 30 feet. Each layer of protection helps like this cloth mask that partially blocks an aerosol from a simulated cough. What implication does that have for somebody in their home or in their office endures. You need to have everybody wearing masks who are not in the same bubble. And that you need to have good ventilation. Improve ventilation systems are a top priority for New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo. If there is a way to filter the air, and there's a way to get Cove it out of the air, then we want to do that. That is CBS's Dr Jon Lapook
WHO acknowledges 'emerging evidence' of airborne spread of COVID-19
"On the Way about the airborne spread of Corona virus, the World House organization acknowledging this emerging evidence that the Corona virus may spread through tiny droplets lingering in the air. The W. H O has long maintained that the virus spreads through larger droplets that quickly fall to the ground. Often from coughs or sneezes. More than 200 scientists are urging that guidance be updated, saying people in some indoor settings could be a greater risk than previously thought. Fox's
From Rabbit to Crab to the Lab
"Today. I'm joined by foster. Jordan, the CSV of Charles Rivers Endotoxin, Europe foster has spent most of his career, working with and around South Carolina's horseshoe crabs, strange creatures, whose blood keeps US safe. He joined to discuss how his career parallels. The changing attitudes towards horseshoe crabs as well as the future of endotoxin, testing and recombinant technology. Welcome foster. Thank you join the conversation. So, let's begin with you. Can you tell me about your early experiences fishing for her? She grabs sure it was funny, you said. My. Most of my career actually I kid people because it's only job. I've ever had Your career then. I don't even I don't even have a resume so. The way I got involved with this was my. My father was an investor in a small company called in safe back in the mid eighties when I was an undergraduate student at Wofford College. And I heard him talking about it. I was studying organic chemistry, and he had partnered with the person who had originally used the test for pharmaceutical application. His name was Dr Cooper Dr James Cooper. He used it at John, Hopkins. University, he was a a radio nuclear pharmacist who is making nuclear medicines and the test at the time for bacteria. Linda toxins was called a rabbit powergen test. You took a New Zealand. Zealand White Rabbit and you deluded your product that you were testing for contamination and sailing, and he's ten meals into the ear of the rabbit. You Monitor the ravitch temperature for three hours, if the favor spike more than three degrees that was considered a failed test, and that rejected the product, but you know these new nuclear medicines. Had you know half lives of their nucleotides pads of of only twenty minutes so the? The test was was ineffective for this. These rabbit tests just sounds so inefficient. How did we get from there to using what we use today? Yeah, so be. It was really I. Forget the time it was wasn't really about replacing. The rabbit test is about five minutes Dr Cooper needed for these nuclear medicines, and and and when he did it, and he made these first crew preps, and they were, and he published that. That in nineteen, seventy two. He was actually he was actually on a grant from NIH so it wasn't something that was patentable. it was public knowledge at the time public information because it was a h grant that funded the research when he published that in nineteen seventy two I. Don't think he really thought anything of it and as the FDA solve the the value of this test replacing the the rather. Test. They also realize it would be the first time that a an animal model, but whatever be replaced with a regulated in vitro tests, so they decided to reunite the test itself, and what's interesting is even today where the only quality control tests that's actually regulated by FDA and we have the same license. Our licenses eleven ninety seven. We have the same licenses of. Of biologics manufacturer vaccine manufactured right, and we're inspected by the twice a year. All our products has to be submitted and approved by FDA. So we're extremely regulated in the space, which is also important when you think about new technologies, and how will a new technology be developed when we're so highly regulated and controlled and the amount of testing? That was necessary to just. Show equivalency to the rabbit, but long story short as the evolution into safe. When I ended up in graduate school, I ended up going to a into safe working for Dr Cooper. We were very small. I was just four of us in the lab. And you know obviously one of the main things we needed. Was Horseshoe crabs. Charleston was known for having horseshoe crabs, but two things about Charleston one is the population or or South, Carolina population is very strong in addition to the the the largest physical more shoe crab. There is the. Female one time that from tail, the whole link. The female was basically a meter. Long thing so very long right? YEP, so so they're big, so you don't have to handle nearly as many to get the quantity of blood we needed, but back in those days the crabs were were a nuisance. They were considered pass. they tore the fishermen's nets ups, especially the fishermen, and when they were bottom, dragging which was warhorse, pass laced for ill and cough. That was a byproduct that they just didn't want to deal with many times. They would just throw them up on the bank. Let and die compost them. Grind them as fertilizer the only other commercial applications for them at the time was to be used as bait, but again thinking about just the pure amount of work, and it just wasn't worth the fisherman's time to do it so again, not very well like creature
Scientists urge WHO to acknowledge virus can spread in air
"Is the Corona virus Airborne now board. More, scientists say they know the answer. And the answer, they say is yes. The novel Corona virus can hang out in the air longer than thought, clinging to smaller droplets that people expel and they cough sneeze or just talk. That means indoor places may need to rethink air circulation and take other measures. Social distancing and mass also help reduce exposure. That's Dr Lindsay Mar. Virginia Tech University expert on airborne viral transmission. If you get farther away from someone just like if you're get farther away from someone who's smoking, you'll breathe and less of that smoke. They're wearing a mask that helps release the amount of profit and aerosols that they released into the air. The World Health Organization is consistently downplayed the importance of airborne transmission of the Corona virus and still has not changed its recommendations. Charles Feldman can extend
China reports case of suspected bubonic plague
"China says there may be a case of bubonic plague in Inner Mongolia Authorities razed the plague warning on Sunday, ordering residents not to hunt certain species of wild animals. And to send for treatment anyone with fever or showing other possible signs of infection. Bubonic plague can be fatal in up to 90% of people infected, if not treated, primarily with several types of antibiotics. Pneumonic plague can develop, too, for bubonic plague and results in a severe lung infection, causing shortness of breath headache on coughing. China had largely eradicated the plate with the last major outbreak in
China's Inner Mongolia region reports bubonic plague case
"Well China appears to have reduced coronavirus cases to near zero all the infectious threats remain with authorities announcing a suspected bubonic plague case in inner Mongolia authorities raised the plague warning on Sunday ordering residents not to haunt certain species of wild animals and to send for treatment anyone with evil or showing other possible signs of infection we want to play can be fatal in up to ninety percent of people infected if not treated primarily with several types of antibiotics you want plague can develop to phone people in it playing a results in a severe lung infection causing shortness of breath headache coughing China had largely a medicated the plague with the loss major outbreak in twenty oh nine I'm Charles the last month
Nurses, doctors feel strain as virus races through Arizona
"Well, it's a well known now nurses and doctors and everybody's feeling the strain as Thie Corona virus races through the state of Arizona. We got crowded hospitals, exhausted nurses, bodies piling up in morgues. It was a faraway concept when we started hearing about that, in New York and northern Italy and other distant places, will now after three months of anxiously waiting and preparing Arizona nurses and doctors are on the front lines of the Corona virus. As it rips through the state, making it Right here where we're at one of the world's hot spots. That's not a good distinction, either. And so we've asked A researcher physician author to Join US. Dr Cast I groom is joining us. He is a nutritional physician author of 24 books on health and wellness. Some of the titles include respiratory Solution, Natural Cures to Killer Germs, How to Eat Right and Live Longer. The cure is in the covered just to name a few. And I'm excited to have you back on the program today because we've got some exciting news about a study that he was involved in. That just came out that is showing some very important promise. And with that, let us welcome back to the program. Dr. CASS, I groom. Welcome to the program again. Hi. Great timing, I guess for the state and for all your Your loving and desirous listeners We've can We have some breaking news for them and let's get right into that. The's the wild spice oil therapy preventing Cova 19 case transmission in 50 healthcare words phenomenal. Take it from there. Well, we have Dunn the study before on active cases of covert, But this was the concern was the physical therapists and the nurses who did not get it and did not want to get it, but yet are on the front line in Chicago. So what we did Wass We did some novelty things. We've recommended the Sinus oregano spray, which is clothed but oil, regular oil Bailey oil, and I think sage oil It's in a sailing base, but they would inject that directly up each nostril several times a day, You know, because they've got all the P P E on by the way on the shields as well. Right, But you can't. You can't viruses. They're so small or whatever these passages have been a bacteria easily. It could slip through the cracks, you know? And they also used another novelty, which was a wild oregano Bailey spray, which is extremely virus idol, extremely bacteria, Seidel and that is my saliva spray that they would, they would missed over there pp. Either math or plexiglass shield their chest. And they would inhale that also buy and the second thing they did with it. If they got a scratchy throat or a dry cough, which are passed eggnog Mang of Na ge Catholic magmatic of this disease, they would spray the back of their throat multiple times. So they're getting direct contact in the mice allies form that's direct absorption through the membranes, and there's no way these passages could survive. With those kinds of spices. An immediate immediate absorption through the milk goes up. Uh, so I'm not taking any chances at all with these practitioner with these health, health care workers. The third thing they did was there was there's a novel supplement with oregano, cumin on DH, sage and cinnamon oils, and that's called a rigorous You and I are fans of that They actually took that product by mouth. Twice a day. Most of them. But the biggest thing was the Sinus spray and the use of Ah sterilizing missed. Kind of opposite of what we do. We take our things. We take our vitamins C. We take our regular They did it differently. 50 health care workers did not get sick, and some of them were Permanently exposed to covert 19 and tested negative because of this protective gear. We gave them right. And you know that some of the thing I've been reading about, you know, just even with the protective gear. Weatherby. The mask shield. Whatever. Just being around somebody is somebody talking to you. You can get into your system pretty quickly. 100 model you know, 100 different Viruses. And then, of course, a cough. Even Maura, I think it goes up to 500 then up over 1000 of somebody sneezes in that same area. The amount of viral load is just exponential at that point in time, and course the health care workers have the greatest exposure, as you well know is everybody recognizes the greatest exposure because they're around sick people all day every day and are in the trenches trying to help people out. We need to do something to protect them and at the same time This is a beautiful thing learning about it. We can protect the general
Keeping in Check: Maintaining Spirituality in the Influencer Space (ft. Omar Shahid)
"Salaam welcomed another team via podcast brought to you by the Vibe as always I'm your host. Salim Qasim and this week I'm joined by from the Muslim influence and network. The Muslim infants networker, celebrating their third birthday. And I've known Omar for for quite a few years now. And we discuss or about to discuss I guess the general landscape of of influences and the whole space Muslim influences and representation and also I guess how. Influences can. Maintain that sincerity. We spoke a lot about sincerity. which I think is a really important point. When thinking about the the the the digital space and people growing their own platforms. And why they're doing it and whatever else? We also talk a lot about evenly. Miller who was on a previous podcast with us? I can't remember the episode number. It was called a slum in the hood. It was just a few weeks actually before the whole lockdown and Shenanigans took place. We had a fantastic conversation. Please do inside podcast. By. Yeah, so this time almost was actually on the podcast that time he came into office. This one's conducted over zoom I'm, but we didn't get much time to speak to. And delving deeper into will these topics around the influences and the burden responsibilities term I use quite in the podcast. And various other bits so yet without further ADO, here's my conversation with Oma. Consummating! I'm good very much. The Virginia nuns focused Ab. Regulations for yourself on on three years of influence network. You were not us. A few have lost track of time in Kobe, but if you. And January a jury. When the world was normal than you could be office so yeah you with. that. And we were at all about at story. I guess if people do listen back to that in check out the Compensation, we had the shed so much and shows guests like for me. These people uninfluenced should be especially in the kind of in space. But we also discussed on their the fact that we should probably have a separate compensation yourself. Because I think there's a lot to discuss generally around this space. But I staw- off with. Can you share with us with myself? Whatever a little bit of background is the to how you saw at out in Western influences I'm wet weather. The idea came from just a is the genesis of that was the funds the network? Yes so. I'm. Twenty years old colleagues on the. I've been working with influences for. Seven years now. and. It started when I was. Using my. Sheet Autism who approached me and said you know what we don't want to us. Seem that used to be a journalist and use? Oh, Amid if we have some insights into what we're trying to do. So I, said you know what I don't know anything about influence. A management I didn't know what to do. I didn't know what to advise you, but you know what s give it a shot. Silently? We started with them some. In music, the sheet industry. Led to another working with a comedian photographer. You and then someone in school it's. And the previous manage people like cottage city can. Become Allah talked about. cross poss with managing advisers are not. The. Is and what? What specifically is your role? I guess in order the because I can imagine what it is now would be very different when it's not is How how did that come to beats it to be in the place that you guys aren't now because I think. We'll get onto about some of the some of the campaigns, and whatever else now you guys. What would some sizable? Brands and I think on the Rubicon mangoes took my head I. Believe Prime off I could be wrong. Yeah like huge huge names, and and you guys full front of kind of working with them and influences in doing campaigns. How did it will stop? What trump to even want WANNA. Get involved in this space. Yes, I was working with influences story people when I was working at a charity. I'm my business on a safe and we actually worked to name. She wants a campaign together and off to the campaign will be realizes up is actually no one to represent. These guys know into the the cough to them. That will being. No one to think about the future and it's kind of like wild wild west. It's no one nobody really knows what they're doing. Just kind of screwing industry that nobody knows what's what's going on,
Doctor helps former inmates care for their mental health
"A lot of us have someone in the family or someone close who is addicted to drugs or has some kind of mental illness manic episodes or paranoia they can't keep out of trouble and we can't figure out how to take care of them those are the kind of people who end up in doctor test ins office hi Marianne it's make test a psychiatrist from Cleveland since I can't hear myself at the agency I'm outside Dr testa has been recording dispatches from her office and it's down to every little detail be using to call my insurance sector test as a psychiatrist for people who turn in and out of the criminal justice system so as they come out of Ohio's prisons and jails she tries to keep them from going back in that is if she can find them ever since the local jail started releasing inmates rapid fire Dr testa is struggling just to keep track of patients much less treat I'm like in my office one day I'm trying to call the patient I'm trying to call the patient I'm hanging it up and my desk phone rings and it's one of my patients that was my patient two years prior and he had just been let out of a jail with no meds no treatment no nothing and told to just give a promise to link up with his doctor he did call me but by this time he was calling me to tell me how many banks he owns and how much money he had and how great he was doing because he was fully manic doctor tester has blurred some of the details of the case to protect the identity says there's no way a person in his state could consent to sharing his story and she's giving the name Bobby he was on the bus when he was on the phone with me he's using drugs and alcohol he's without treatment he has really think he needs treatment he doesn't even know how to keep themselves safe from corona virus because he thinks the whole thing is like a trip by the government and its martial law and it's it's a whole lot of nothing that needs to be worried about Dr testis is this call from a bus this is not the way to get started with the patient if you want any chance of helping someone begin a new life after prison you need to start the minute they walk out that Kate and what's missing right now more than ever is a handoff from the jail or prison to the people who can help the problem is is that if we don't even know that they're out we're gonna lose them at this point Bobby has had weeks on the street without medication making choices that could hurt him how are you coping all doctor tester can do is wait for his calls any fever or coughing anything like that trouble breathing it's possible that I'm just the only person in his life that he can think of that I'll pick up the phone and talk to him right now I spend the next several weeks checking in to see how those conversations are going tell me back to test is going to somehow coax him off the bus off the streets and into her office for help I know we miss you too we miss you too when she was young Dr testa had a close family member with mental illness who like so many ended up behind bars she remembers sending letters to the prison now she's part of a team of doctors and counselors and case workers whose mission is to help people with mental health problems exit the criminal justice system she works for recovery resources one of a network of agencies that contract with the state and county to set up housing healthcare re have ideally the movement of prisoners released they'll pick him up they'll try to get his income sorted out I'll take him to family services they'll try to get in food stamps the taken shopping again and clothing of help in the fight for jobs but when cove in nineteen hits they had to pull back dramatically to comply with the higher shut down order they can't drive people places so much is closed anyway only a few people at a time are allowed to come to their office for appointments the normally full waiting room there's only one person there K. sitting in the corner wearing a mask a lot of their services from psych evaluations to group counseling are on the phone or over computers which is hard for everyone do you guys want me nobody saying hi there well there are needed okay thank it's the reporter for that thing I'm doing radio radio anathema studies a social worker Dr testa works closely with him Donovan she's also been recording herself while she spends a frustrating amount of time searching for the people she's supposed to be helping you give me the address on the vetting right now she's trying to find Jermaine who was among the nine hundred inmates released from jail in Cleveland after cove it hit Jermaine has schizo affective disorder among other things so it is eleven forty eight it's a nats here trying to locate a client who was released from city jail without a plan and I wasn't aware of his release so now I am trying to figure that out so I'm gonna send this email now with Jermaine was and that's client last year when he came out of a longer stint in prison they were making some progress trying to treat his addiction and prescribing psych medication but as is often the case he got locked up again she was waiting for information about his court dates and release and then she found out he's been out for a week and a half his parole officer emailed saying she has no idea where he is he is declared whereabouts unknown
Patients increasingly checking ‘Dr. Google’
"As the pandemic continues it seems even more of us are tempted to check our various medical symptoms on the internet Dr Jason west is on the KRLD news line Dr west I recently heard somebody use the term Dr Google and I thought it was a joke but it turns out Dr Google is a real thing it actually is a real the it's what happens when people have some concern symptoms condition diseases I go to the internet and they go to global they type in you know muscle twitches hi twitches restless leg syndrome and they usually get some horrible diagnosis like you know Lou Gehrig's disease or something like that and they'll come into the office and say Dr west I'm dying because Google told me that muscle twitches they have this condition is it a bad thing to go looking to check symptoms on the internet Dr where should we ever do that well I I actually think it's a good bad thing and what I mean by that is I think people get better healing results and stuff when they are informed when they know what's going on but that is a double edged sword because when you start looking for things on the internet you can find you know good and bad just about everything in it does seem to feed on people's fears and the walk in and say look I have this really unusual disease I've got thirty days or less to live in a household where did you get that information in and so it's a double edged sword I mean I mean I really cautious until people to go one way or the other because I think there's benefit in knowing what's going on but it is easily to get swayed into thinking that something is absolutely horrible I am seeing this term cyber contrary us a lot more lately during this pandemic is it something that's grown more rampant thanks to cope with nineteen well I think so because people have more time on their hands there it's unusual off on what's happening and so they're looking for a void to fill so they get on the internet and I started just looking and searching for just about everything and it literally when when you have any health care concern and you start typing in the symptoms the problem is is the likelihood of having a serious disease R. I mean statistically aren't that high but if you type in dry fever cough you know you're gonna come up I've got a corona virus because those are the symptoms but there's a lot of things because the try fever and a cough and a set rule number one if you're going to go see doctor Google on the internet and check a symptom don't freak out it what you find I think it's a really good just reassurance to tell people look there are so many things that can cause a fever muscle twitches of stomachache headache I mean headaches another example almost everybody at sometime in their life will get a headache but as you go type it in the first thing I'll tell you what you could have a brain tumor you could have a budgetary teamwork and then the likelihood of that happening is so low it's almost like winning the lottery I mean in a reverse way and so if people are armed with some reassuring facts like he looked at the statistics of what those serious conditions are let's just see get your physiology balance let me search there with you it really helps so that people don't get into a state of cyber Congress
The Army's top enlisted service member opens up about race
"Sergeant Major Michael Grinstein is the highest ranking enlisted member of the US army and he took to twitter to share a very personal video message about race. And our army, we have to trust and understand one another. We have to be willing to tell our stories. Here's part of my story. I was born in nineteen sixty eight. Father was black. My mother was flying. When I was three, they divorced and I moved Alabama. Racial identity is something that I struggle with my entire life. Coming to grips with both sides, my Daddy! At one point I decided I would put. Black on the form. And at that time only had two choices. So ended the form that I was given to the lady, and she says that's not funny. What are you talking about? Said you should mark that. I said well. I explained are black and white. have too many choices or anything else on that. Sometimes by life on felt like. It's in the movie the Greenberg where. The actor gets out of the car and he says I'm not black enough for the black people not wide enough for the white, people. That's my story. Here more of his story right now. Sergeant Major Michael Grinstein. Thank you very much for being on the PODCAST. Sure for hosting and I look forward to discussing so you told CBS Sunday morning that your driver's license listed. You cough occasion. When when you enlisted in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven, as a result of that. You checked Caucasian, but then you had. An opportunity to check that box again and that's when you checked. Black in the lady said that's not funny. What changed in you in your life? For you to make that change? This was one of those things that. You know I struggle with You know my whole life I mean. You know because people would always ask and even in that same interview, people would say well. You know my you know as I travel around I got older people. Just you know. Walk up and say what are you? which is I, said in the interview was probably the worst thing you could say to anybody and almost brought. You would get was human, and then I'd probably say what are you? But I think for me. It was coming to grips with both sides of me and who I was as a person you know I was I was really proud that i. feel you know a proud of both sides of me? and I struggled with that my whole life. Because there was everybody wanted to put me. in the box box that was And in in my, In my twitter video I said was When I watched the movie Greenberg. I really identified with that character in there when he said you know I'm not. I'm not enough for the bike, people and not wide enough for the white people. So when I when I checked that block it was Kinda myself actualization that there are two scientific. And I and I can be proud of both sides of me. Sergeant major can I get you because that was the line. And he came at the very end of your of your twitter video which I found very moving, and I would love for you to just to flesh out that line I'm not black enough for black people. How were you not black enough? Give you another story then, and this is actually recently. So I was I I'm trying not to. You. Know I really don't want to say exactly where it was I. don't want make any body upset. But I was I'll say a year ago. I was leaving installation. And you know there's there's both I you know. Sometimes I don't even know why we have all these racial blocks on the fort. Does it really matter? But there was a and I said look. You Know Comfortable Ama-. AD, Tech Black! And In I was going in the hospital for surgery and It was an African American female and she looks at me. and. I mean like. Really and And I well. My father's I just like this. My father is black. My mom is white. What would you like me to? And this is her words. We'll put other. so that's what I mean You know I that's I I can't say it. Any other way is when you get those looks from everybody You know that's that's that's the only way I can explain to. You. what it feels like when you know, you're not black there.
Murder The Hit: "No Coughin"
"Covid nineteen is still very real. Jam Tony Brown so Jay. You've been in the house. Just creating songs you've been you've been creating. You've been in creative mode. Creative us. Yes, time doing the stuff along with some other stuff I'm doing that makes me feel as if I have company, but that's a whole do. Against Him and towns. Murder? Worded another song. They say on that show like the here. He go diego. Here. gave it up. Bobby. Post show the exit. I'm not kidding. The? Body I know everybody's gone. Bad to stay home. In no wing get! Robin. Through it yet speeds in. that. Need. Reason. We might. What's the reason? Why are you covering? De. On the dance style. No. No called in on the dance. Door! Father in data. On Das-. No. No carbon on the dance. In data. Thinking that no coffin baby. Of that? Could. Just. Don't stop once you start coughing. Different attitude toward a call. Oh! Yes sure you use the letter. Call Go. Yellow some someone on. Every mask is looking at you. Ask. Great Jobs J. Job!
New York - Chinese Restaurant In Wyckoff Vandalized In What Officials Call A Hate Crime
"Residents in Wyckoff have been showing their support for local Chinese restaurant that was vandalized in the case it's now being investigated as a hate crime how do you combat racist graffiti with messages of love children and why cough planted a little garden of construction paper hearts with kind messages someone spray painted coronavirus covert nineteen and go home to China all over the new gourmet garden restaurant in this sleepy suburb Kathy Oliver left a token of solidarity I just put some balloons on the door I thought it would be nice if they would come start their day with something positive instead of something negative that's all neighbors responded with love and support a cleaning crew removed the graffiti for free a local rabbi dropped off flowers and the Czech people returned immediately and lined up for take out police are investigating this as a bias
Ronald Epstein :: Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness, and Humanity
"Our guest today is Ronald. Epstein Ron Thank you so much for being here? Nice to meet you through your pleasure. Thanks for inviting me so glad you're here, so let's begin. We'll get to our main topic. Which is your book called attending? Medicine? Mindless inhumanity about? Let's start by just having you tell us a bit about your background. Will. Where do you want me to begin so? Whatever is appropriate for you and take your time right Well! You know I'm trying to think back when my first introduction to. The. World of the mind was and before the word mindful really gotten out into the public sphere and I think it was about when I was eight. I had asthma when I was a kid and there weren't very good medicines, and so I spent a lot of my childhood, coughing and feeling short of breath and. Never severe, but it was enough to be uncomfortable and certain point. I recall discovering that if I could lie down perfectly still. And breathe not too deeply, just kind of shallow. And could tolerate that very slight sense of not getting enough oxygen that I could feel a sense of calm and I wouldn't call off and eventually my breathing would feel more comfortable so I wasn't really doing anything about. The Branca's spasm made my airways. Though is doing something about the way. I could tolerate it. And Just, only realized that in retrospect that, but I was doing was probably a kind of meditation was a kind of activity of the mind which I was aware of my body as a whole. Setting aside judgments about comfort and discomfort. And, really being present the moment, and I know that every time I kind of recalled that when I lost my sense of focus than I would feel uncomfortable, my breathing would would even though I wasn't getting any more or less oxygen is somehow it was unpleasant so. So. A way, it's hard for me to talk about the before, and after I know people stay while they discovered mindfulness them. Was Somehow different and for me, that's not. It's just not the story that I can tell I think that has been with. Be always and then I just had different names for. and. was always interested in the body and the mind and the connection between the two of them in a philosophical way as well as a pragmatic way and. I did a lot of things before I ended up in school. Studied Chinese medicine say Chinese philosophy spent some time studying Buddhism since spent some time. It is in a center in San Francisco. and. I think it wasn't really until after I. Continue to practice to that time, but it wasn't until several years after I finished my training that began to occur to me that. The same quality of mind that I would have in meditation. was quite similar to the quality of mind. I would have I play music a musician. So when I was playing music, and also that quality of mind when I was. Really at the top of my game on as a doctor. Will tell you that you do medical school in residency, but you don't really feel like you're. Training is done until about five or ten years later. That it just takes takes a while to. Grow into the role and feel comfortable with all the uncertainties and. That was certainly true from the as well so. Coinciding with that time as this growing sense that. This life that had discovered. Through Meditation and in various other ways had relevance to the twin adopters. Began speaking, talking about mindfulness medicines those around the late nineteen nineties, so maybe twenty. Twenty two to twenty four years ago, so longtime.
"cough" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Cough well yeah this is a second I need to go most stories straight my friends in the bathroom getting higher than the empire state waiting for me just across the it's been taken some classes but subtle thing my apologies you know I'm fine the bar closes and you feel like fall and the U. haul no one the box is is and you feel like falling down we you and what.
"cough" Discussed on KCRW
"Anyone hoping to get a good trading price on their old cough I'm Jacque street for marketplace there's an interesting thing happening in manufacturing as this economy makes its way through the pandemic there's an agility being demonstrated that maybe we'd all forgotten about or something businesses are pivoting to make things people they need right now distilleries in perfume companies are making hand sanitizer car companies are making ventilators and companies that usually make clothes are using their existing fabrics and machines and supply chains to make cloth face masks and just like that the face mask has become the new category in retail as market place's Merrill segera reports every time I scroll through my Instagram feed now there's another ad for another company selling face masks you got the classic ones in neutral tones the ones made of organic cotton the ones with your company's logo here overnight the face mask has become America's new T. shirt Trevor George would now his company truck co sells a lot of T. shirts we acquire rights from licensed brands like Warner brothers Hasbro and hello Kitty then they take orders on Amazon and other websites print T. shirts and onesies and other items and ship them to customers in mid March Tresco sales plummeted by fifty or sixty percent but then the company look to what was going on in China and sensed an opportunity we saw what happened as a result of China re opening where it was mandatory to wear a mask and we said to ourselves this is probably gonna happen here so Tesco started making washable reusable masks with characters printed on them like Batman in the power puff girls the cost thirteen ninety nine each the company is donating as many as it sells trucos sold about a hundred thousand of them so far on its website mass club dot com even has a subscription option a mask a month at a time when the clothing industry has collapsed trucos found a way to sell we were a hundred and fifty person company yes of the pandemic it brought us down to thirty one we hired back fifty of those people there's such a high demand for face masks right now that when you try to order them a lot of sellers can't get them to you until may or June the online retailer vida makes clothing on demand designed by artists around the world and now it also makes washable cotton face masks with a slot for disposable carbon filter the mass cost ten Bucks each NVDA donates ten percent of the profits to food banks CEO my my mentor says the first batch of ten thousand masks sold out almost instantly it was within like two hours I first viewed as masks or simple black implied you know those were the two that we could just go out way it's really fast and then we actually had you know people on social media saying Hey like can you get you know multiple colors because I want one for everybody in the family so now the mass come in multiple colors and Vitas commissioning new designs from its artists the cloth based mask has become a chance to make a fashion statement and yet it might seem trivial to be thinking about fashion right now but then again I mean the best you can give them the situation Deborah Chu said runs a small retailer called Tembo NYC that sells brightly colored tote bags hand sewn by women in queens it's also making masks now for twenty dollars each and donating just as many she said that she learned this lesson from her mother who died several years ago amber my mother in the hospital putting on lipstick impression you know how you feel about yourself is so important and that comes out through you know what you wear indicate and by the way if people do feel good about how they.
"cough" Discussed on Bodega Boys
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"cough" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"Trouble shoot the Ten Commandments. What I don't care if they are the hosts that are both Joe Number Five. No you heard this before dossier would send you whore. Why wouldn't you use protection when you share your screen and I'm so I'm like I have a screen protector? I'm good don't don't don't put my Zuma risk. Though here is a lot of people don't realize the people who started zoom got their money because they just have a show called ZUBEC- Zizou and that's where they got their start on the go. It's the same way What's his name Who's a big guy? Trump's guy that looks like it's faces melting all the time Pompeo no the other guy big he used to be the Seinfeld guy. Daniel the same way. Bannon's Van USA Bang with time. Felt you see. They take that money from shows they made and then they tried to burn down the world so if we ever get to the corona virus to wait till I drop corona virus old corona corona virus. Twenty whoo that see. That's the worst part. That's anniversary edition of for that. She sees special box. You Ain't Nicosia Catchy Corona virus twenty easily. So you gotTa wake up early for that. You're going to stand in line in the face person. They're going to be coughing on each other. You know you've got it. You'll cough cough army you're GONNA after I'm open up this time. We're going to open coffee. Club. I'll be like Yo that really sick. So you've got two thousand right there. David Polio to school site. Were Salas down so you got smallpox. Oh Shit Oh shit. How much is that? Yo Yo.
"cough" Discussed on KNSS
"Where every cough is cause for worry but people call for all kinds of reasons having nothing to do with the corona virus and now that weren't allergy season many people are dealing with coughs and runny noses because of hay fever or other allergies so how can you tell the difference between a call from an allergy and a symptom of the virus allergists say you shouldn't be alarmed if your only symptom is a cough they say you should be on the look out for other symptoms of covert nineteen including fever body aches and a loss of your sense of smell those symptoms are not seen with allergies also think about allergies affected you in previous years if you've caught a lot in the past don't be too worried however people with asthma a chronic lung condition are considered at high risk of covert nineteen I need to be on guard for worsening symptoms for more on the corona virus go to fox news health dot com house call for help I'm an alley obelus fox news I mean they're in the middle of impeachment the president is instituting travel bans and quarantines and more travel bans and taking it seriously they they say nothing now they're like you can open up the country immediately well where do you think we're gonna get our food from and our medicines from and what about all those Americans that need to go back to work and what really is imperiling about what Pelosi's doing she's not working American truckers are working manufacturers are working farmers are working there are many other people that want to work that are being forced into shut down and work and be willing to put on masks and gloves and even get the testing the end you know so on the other hand she's warning of an economic depression well that's great but they are busy unveiling a commission for review of the corona virus U. S. response that's what the Democrats are doing it is no data to prove that small businesses need more emergency funds now the reason she's not voting for any small business money is because that's not where the Democrats want the money to go they wanted to go they want to insist on changes in election laws and immigration laws and that illegal immigrants get money out of any new package after that passes on look it's not it is the the shortest safest way key words safest to open up the economy it is now April the tenth we are twenty days away from may first geographically you're going to see an opening of large portions of the country is going to be a new normal gloves masks testing but then you can open up the big city safely but you've got to start manufacturing millions of these abit testing machines about the size of a toaster that will take the defense production act and the sooner we get Americans back up and running the better it's going to be for everyone and the economy you can't stay in the state to shut down for ever and you got to prevent.
"cough" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Bought a cough this is less than a week away democratic presidential candidates campaigning this weekend fix it on a rival who was contesting the state along with the president of the United States you may want to replace former mayor people to judge makes his case in front of Nevada voters this weekend we are ready to put the corruption behind us are you ready to put the tweets behind us this is the charter is also stumping for support after her third place finish in New Hampshire the heart of America is so much bigger than the heart of this guy in the White House I'm John Lawrence reporting and stay with a with a bee newsradio for continuing coverage Mississippi governor hate Reeves has ordered thousands of people near Jackson to evacuate due to fears of significant flooding you ordered a state of emergency over the weekend we expect the river to continue to rise over the next twenty four hours or so so we are not out of the woods yet we are seeing some positive news and some positive results but there's more water coming governor takes as it'll be days before the flood waters start to recede Alex love is in Jackson is most of the neighbors have heeded those evacuation orders in the neighborhood some people are still in the process of evacuating but many have already left about a foot to two feet of water it's not something you want to take any chances with we actually spoke to some people who were who came back to their homes to check on it real quick and that is fine but there are gates up in the community and if your home is on the other side of those gates it is against the law to cross them because that is for your safety the water is too deep and most likely your vehicle will not be able to handle it the National Weather Service reports the river has already risen to its highest level since nineteen eighty three a must seem like a never ending quarantine for passengers that were stopped on a nineteen infected cruise ship in Japan that's also known as the woman from rotavirus as we hear from him correspondent Jim route three hundred eighty American passengers stranded aboard the back in the west but Ross back warranty stranded on board the diamond princess for ten days that's choral Goldman who along with his wife while on a sixteen day cruise through Southeast Asia found themselves stuck on that ship as passengers were diagnosed and finally today back on American soil but again quarantine for another fourteen days fourteen of the three hundred eighty have tested positive for corona virus they are isolated from the others we're told however none are showing symptoms of the illness and chided the death role has skyrocketed to eighteen hundred there are more than seventy thousand confirmed or suspected cases GM slimming down its international presence even more GM is retiring its legendary Holden Brandon winding down its seals design and engineering operations in Australia and New Zealand they're already closed plants there now holding was known for legendary muscle cars the GM says it couldn't justify the investment what it has to invest so much in new technology Jeff Kober says that GM is also putting Chevy and polling Chevy from Thailand and selling a plant there too a Chinese company it's eleven OO eight.
"cough" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"With a cough it may be helpful to wear masks to prevent the spread of illness to someone else if you are healthy the way to stay healthy from our healthcare professionals is that you wash your hands ogle says the university has contacted everyone who may have had contact with the infected person Arizona's Attorney General mark bird of its has filed a stay in the Arizona ballot harvesting case earlier this week a federal appeals court ruled that a twenty sixteen Arizona law that bars anyone but a family member or care giver from returning early ballots for another person violates the voting rights act and the constitution bird of it said today stay filing is the first step in seeking a US Supreme Court review Arizona votes for the second time since entering the race democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg is coming to the valley the former New York City mayor has billions and billions of dollars at his disposal and Katie a our political expert Michael Neil says he's a legit candidate it's brought him a seat at the table his numbers here he of he has passed some of the minor candidates and he's done it without stepping the foot on a debate stage o'neill says his main path to winning the democratic nomination is Joe Biden faltering three people were taken to the hospital this morning after car collided with the Hamilton high school bus in a neighborhood near queen creek road in Arizona Avenue sergeant Jason Michael Mann's with Chandler police is two cars hit each other causing why one and then hit the school bus had on plus word occupied by a bus driver and sixteen juvenile students in route to Hamilton high school the school bus driver another driver and the student were all taken to the hospital with minor injuries there's a new development in the story of the Phoenix parents who were arrested after skeletal remains were found in their house turns out the father worked in a valley school Rafael low error was an employee at Sierra Linda high school in Phoenix but a letter sent to parents confirmed he will no longer be working there following his arrest there were no other details given about the situation but the letter did say there would be personnel on campus to help support students and staff after the news Rafael and his wife Mary bell were arrested earlier this week on charges of child abuse arson and concealment of human body parts look for sinner KTAR news five oh seven time to check on the roads again here's the two are Dan valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you for taking a look into the crash list problem lies we do have a rack that's not far from where you're sitting this moment of right outside the gate the A. R. studios we have a south bound fifty one northern Andrea blockage in that's due to a crash there's also a report of some problems here on the eastbound side of the freeway trying to get by we'll get you more and as in a minute but it looks to be just the RF affected for the moment main line does appear to be okay on the other hand westbound two oh two the same can without a crash down approaching Dobson that remains off right and I'm now I. ten eastbound inside the deck park tunnel a crash being moved off to the right we've also got a ride time of thirty five minutes westbound what a one freeway from Frank Lloyd Wright to seventy Fifth Avenue and it's forty minutes going southbound on the one on one Pima from Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard to the Santana this traffic report brought to you by accountants need help with that year and closed the content provides highly skilled temporary accounting and finance professionals when you need it accountants are Robert half company the journey and get your is here's.
"cough" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"That weird growth your worth it is about the books yes there were just other Smith brothers they're just people differ at the found straight up knock off here's some Smith Brothers candy whatever else but but the one that was most well known in the one we can trace back pretty early and had a big presence in the US Will Smith Brothers cough drops so get him there very hard to find yes there I'm going to get into a little bit more history the company that's a rough recipe but that really put a little as people saw the this thing is really taking off right we gotta get her own and instead of just knocking it off other companies decided you know what we're going to have our own brand made a medicine in those days it would be called Sydney's Sydney's Sydney on Sydney's vegetable compound now cocaine no No just sugar just candy and sugar and vegetables one would hope his Candy Factory Loon had a candy factory I of course all these people did pretty much and it started in his family's kitchen in reading Pennsylvania and originally making like because of the Pennsylvania Dutch community he was making like some traditional German type candies and things and selling them of chocolates and whatnot and he thought with this new coughed up market that he could put an interesting spin on he saw an opportunity Menthol was already a Popular Coal Madison by the late eighteen hundreds and a lot of people will just carry around a bottle of it when they were sick for cold or something I know intense and that it is it's intense and you have to carry Ah a vial of liquid with you everywhere you go and so he in theory worked with a pharmacist although everybody worked with a pharmacist when they made these some sort Dr Somebody and he started adding menthol too hard candies he also distinguished his a little led by adding some honey in some liquorice to give them a slightly different flavor and honey as we've talked about on the show before has been associated with like health and medicine for a long time and in addition he made him Kinda yellow and most cough candies cough drops at the time were read so these are all just distinguishing factors so he started selling these Ludens menthol cough drops five cents a pack in eighteen eighty one and he helped boost the sales by actually going around to railway railroad workers and giving them out for Free Sakata like viral marketing I just looked at summit in realize that Ludens did whenever I think Lonzo is think of wild cherry flavor which aren't not mental aided and that's what I was thinking when I think eludes but I guess they got some some manipulated kearns do if you get into the cough drops I mean that's what you'll find within brands there's a lot of variety of like the ones that have some sort of medicinal substance in them and then they have other vers- and like halls gets buck wild that don't have anything halls as lake hard outside and then gooey center and his loaded with CBD oil and taste like banana mango it's wild they got a lot of different ways it's funny you should mention halls oh because around the same time Luton was moving out of his out of his family's kitchen and opening his own factory so that he could make keep making in addition to his Ludens menthol cough drops which were becoming very popular in which he was selling a lot of he was still making like candied chocolate marshmallows and all that kind of stuff so we had this whole Ludens candy factory where he was making cough drops at the same time that was happening over in the UK there's another pair of candy making brothers who took more you know now now the whole brothers Thomas Norman who had been running the halls brothers company since eighteen ninety three initially making jam mm-hmm and then expanding into like some carols and some other candies but by the nineteen twenties with cough drops being very popular in the US and with Luton doing the Menthol thing and Smith brothers by now had added Menthol to their product and they got wind of all this and by nineteen twenty seven halls also introduced their own flavored cough drops and also had menthol had Eucalyptus Senate meant the lips you Laura Yep and they were very popular in the UK and nineteen fifty they'd actually made their way to the US and we're and we're kind of taking over the US market even though the halls cough drops became so popular and there were issues with reasons that the myth brothers brand was declining things but but by the nineteen fifties halls was extremely popular in the US and also do you remember one time when Jeff go go blue currently choked on a halls on television I don't know it was like a side note when the articles I was reading he's okay though so don't worry about Jeff Goldblum I just none of that happened to difficult I'm happy to hear that he's all right all right said you had the ability to permanent I that's right I'm taking control idea research checked I'm just as much as experts you are I'm taking 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"cough" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage
"Out of those items minutes waiting for a bus or in the queue at the supermarket when you're not using the economist APP ten years ago Guatemalan computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University in America and a serial entrepreneur named Louis van on saw his opportunity today more than three hundred million people uses language learning APP called duo lingo he's now set his sights on a new challenge helping the seven hundred fifty million illiterate adults around the world learn to read he made his name inventing captures those squiggly letters that type into a web browser to confirm that you're human and not a robot to do things online he joins me in the studio to tell me about his plans and I started by asking him about his work on captures and his upgrade to them called recap Shas so the original capture was in the year two thousand about five years later I realized that every major website used captured and I did a little back of the envelope calculation about how many times a day somebody type one of these and it was about two hundred million times a day on when I realized that I was quite proud of myself I thought look at the impact that my work has had but then I started feeling bad because well most people find them very annoying and Oh you wasted about ten seconds of your time doing them so if you multiply ten seconds by two hundred million humanity as a whole was wasting like five hundred thousand hours every day typing these annoying captures partly because of me so I wondered whether there was something that we could get out of this process the thing is during those ten seconds while you're typing a couple of your brain is doing something amazing computers cannot yet do so could we get people to do useful stuff and the answer was yes and this is when occurred to me that we could get people to help us digitize books you took basically a digital photograph every page of the book so these were pictures with words in them and then the computer needed to decipher all of the words in these pictures is but for older books the computer recognize many of the words so what I started doing what the recapture project is taking all of the words that computers could not recognize book did you decision process and sending them to people over the Internet to type as a capture so whenever they're getting you know tickets on ticketmaster the words that they were typing we're actually words that were coming directly from books that were being scanned at the computer good not recognize so as a byproduct of finding out if the person's a human or a robot there's sort of economic productivity coming out that benefits the person who's presented this that's pretty extraordinary it's a nice little too for rare that you get it in the womb you've defined your career by identifying these sort of to firs and enabling them at a large scale tummy more do I a good word is basically you got two things for the price of one similarly there was a game that I worked on which was you know the idea was people were just playing a game and the thing they were getting out of it was enjoyment but as they were playing the game they're also helping to label images for Google image search then created dueling go is there a two for their their was it the beginning there's not anymore language education was something that always struck me as important I grew up in Guatemala learning English was a huge thing so I wanted to do something that would give equal access to English education in particular to everybody now the question was how are we going to offer a free language education and I had a similar kind of twofer idea which was US people were learning English in particular we were going to get them to help us translate text that was written English into their native language the idea was it was going to be a language learning website and as people learned some of the exercises where Lee Hey helpless translate this thing to your native language just practice your English so we actually Signed the contract with CNN where they would write older news in English and then they would give it to us and we had this website dueling go the head a bunch of people learning English and then in order for them to practice their English we would say just learned about food here is a CNN article that is related to food helpless translated into Spanish near a native Spanish worked pretty well but the more we did that the more we realized we were we're spending most of our effort into making the translations accurate and we had wanted to start with a way to teach languages so now that you're looking at how to get people to be motivated to learn what have you learned there's a number of things I mean for one quickly we turned it into a mobile APP that's when it really took off as a mobile APP we have a lot of the considerations to to make people use it more I mean one of the biggest ones is each lesson cannot take much longer than three minutes three minutes is pretty nice because it's the amount of time that you progress parse onto a lingo there's this amazing psychological trick that if there's a progress bar that is about seventy five percent full you will do whatever you need to fill it up I mean so you really have trouble if you ever lose your streak we get emails from people who sometimes lose long streaks over one hundred days and Okay I am apologizing I'm so sorry please can you do something I you know I wasn't a trip or my my phone died please I'm willing to pay you to repair my streak okay so I can see all the ways in which you've if you will gamified the idea of learning language to boost people's motivation on one side of the spectrum we have for example Syrian refugees all over Europe are using dueling go to learn the local languages we have children I'm in developing countries in public schools in developing countries are using the willing to learn English on the other side of the spectrum we have Tom Hanks Kim Kardashian Bill Gates us world that are illiterate but even in developed countries I mean even in the UK for example apparently one in five children who graduate from primary school don't have the required reading level in the U. S. fifteen percent of the people who graduate from High School have a reading level let's go below basic and that reading level below basic basically means now how many of these people have smartphones a good fraction of them turns out so you know when you save somebody's illiterate it is rarely the case that they cannot even look at the letter telecom companies have done a really really good job convincing everybody that they need a cheap android smartphone so there's a significant we pick one country and we without much fanfare we just have some people use it there that started in mid September.
"cough" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Want to hydrate keeper fluids up now. Honey, honey. Effective cough. Suppressant you can add some money to some more water, lemon, juice or tea. I don't like tea, but you know, I like Long Island iced tea, but if you use Honey that could also soothe your throat, you gotta be careful. You can't use Honey in children under one urinate of eight and then cough drops. Menthol cough. Drops weren't how well the a local anaesthetic effect on the back of the throat. And so when you when you do that, you don't have that you're a tation. And when you don't have that your attention that you don't start coughing. And then there's cough suppressants and expect to it. So that they decrease the cough reflex. And then expect to rinse thin the mucus. You gotta be careful because you know, if you keep taking it you may be able to mask the cough, but we need to know why natural remedies not a lot of scientific evidence on these. But peppermint time, eucalyptus, licorice ginger. Some people say that those seem to help provide relief, and there's going to be an article on my website at Dr diet dot com. Breaking this down and then chocolate chocolate has the LeBron's. I love chocolate. Theobromine can suppress the cost and they even found back in two thousand fifteen the chocolate works better. The Cody now, some people say that wax. I just take my narcotic. If I take my my tunnel with codeine or my lords hab. I don't cough. Well. Yeah. That will work, but not good narcotics are going to decrease the respiratory drive. And so you wanna be able to still breathing. You you know, you also. You know, we find that. Wears off the cough comes back now alcohol older cough syrup used to have alcohol. I'll call me Dr the mucus me into sleep may less of the cough. But the problem with alcohol is again, it could increase acid reflux. Personal cough, so alcohol and are not the best choice. I'd rather do the steam shower, maybe take a little peppermint pepper. Become we'll help cough drops. And find out why.
"cough" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Everyone how you doing this week high norm, I'm doing well. I'm doing great. I'm glad you're doing great because I've been suffering from an awful awful cough cough. I know doesn't get sick. I know exactly. So it's just something is grown in my lungs. It's clogged up my drains and not been pleasant. How many costs are you an -ticipant in this podcast? Hopefully not many because I have a bottle water. Hey, hey, guys. Also when we leave this room gotta make sure the LED's are turned off. Yeah, there's a sign on the wall, a sign in the wall. Now for when the doors close, you know what? We don't see that sign when we close the door it when we're leaving room, it needs to be close to see it in the doors open when we leave. That's right. Yeah, that's that's problematic. They're also Ripley second birthday, Sally birthday to my little dog. That's great. What are you doing this elebrate? I got her a twenty two pound bag of food so she can survive and keep on living. I feel like that's a pretty great present. I also picked up to plush toys one the ship duck that she killed already remembered good for her and another. This is the most clever dog too. I've seen in a while to have avocado in which the KADO seed is a tennis ball. Okay. All right. She's already destroyed them. I can't wait to see how your relationship with your dog changes once the baby arrives. What do you mean? How's that supposed to change? You know, people who don't have babies. Their pets are their babies, yes. But then once the baby arrives, what if I like the dog more than the baby. All. Wow. See the only problem with saying that is that this has been recorded. I'm just so. Oh idea. I'm not. I'm not the phase it. I'm ready. I'm open idea. I appreciate your open-minded about very open minded about it. You millennials, it's all about the skin on skin contact for vaunting things. I'm learning through classes..
"cough" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"They'd rather avoid having to tell accompany the bad news so they just stop responding i guess we really don't like confrontation anymore do we this next laser story is out of survey world according to a new survey almost half of people say that sometimes they try to avoid handshakes because they're worried about the other person's germs and here are the five most common techniques that we use to avoid handshakes number five is acting like we're looking for something in a purse or backpack everywhere looking for number four is pretending to be sick by faking a cough so the other person doesn't initiate a handshake number three is right before you shake hands you tend to get a phone call that's just rude like you're taking a phone call in the middle of meeting somebody number two is holding our breath and just walking away i haven't experienced why do they hold the breakfast walkaway weird and the number one most common technique people used to avoid handshakes is fist bumping or elbow bumping this i'll lie sometimes it was like oh man i'm just getting aura cold and then i'll fistbump on the elbow bump though you can automatically know that somebody's like ocd about juries everybody we have clothes on people yeah ju this guy doesn't worry about things ever right in for the kill that's the sound of a turtle humping issue laser story is coming to an end we'll do it again same time on friday get your brain dog.
"cough" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"To talk to me yeah i have a cough that's why okay listen i know st louis not listening i know he doesn't want my voice but i'll say it anyway the other should hire berry the next quick because i mean the guy knows how to build a culture building a team he knows what he's doing he can he brings respect to the locker room hebrews credibility that decosta islanders and you cannot go and the course learning on the job they'd gone to several times it hasn't with the islanders need is a coach that knows how to win and that guy berry twelfth they're gonna pay the drinks for him they gotta do whatever it takes because you can't tell the honest fans another learning on the job i know who wants to scott stevens or john mclean but listen they're not to costa islanders but at this point they gotta get a credit coach i mean new ownership you gotta you're getting louis great but now they got to go the extra mile berry taught i think the trots will have his pickup several jobs i would not be surprised if teams that have coaches under contract at least reach out and see if trott said would have interest if they're coaching position became available now you gotta do that on the down low because they've tried says no then and you want to keep the coach you can't let that kind of information bleed out but there are i think several teams wit coaches that will look into the island is will be one of them and it's all gonna come down to where does trots want go it's going to be more his choice than anybody else's the guy just wins the stanley cup and his team decides not to renew not to pay him what he should want and i don't i don't have any background information on the contentious nature of any negotiation but there had to be he's walking away so i think that tries to make sense for the islanders it would be a very good highlander higher for the islanders but i think there were probably going to be at least two or three situations that are better suited to hit the ground skating and be deep playoff contenders than the islanders situation will be they got the general manager deplete new york guard john towards well i think it's gonna come back then you get that kid math brazil i think the odds are going to get different dubnicos two goaltender what can what can that be appealing to bury it might be an need might take the job but i will and and none of us know that so far but i'm telling you there will be at least two if not three situations that will be better than the island they i don't use art what they are and by the way you're a shoring that viruses coming back which i think is fifty fifty at best if you knew that ahead of time that would certainly add to the shine on the job but we don't know that that's the case and you know what the mets calva get fired now i want for the mets as manager i know all listen to the managers and i the group was not good pay for managers so how 'bout you beningo nick smith's manager caller earlier who was a nine quite fan overstay he was hurting apply i think it's possible that they move up and use it on somebody in the top three or four or five but i think the most likely scenario is they sit right where they are and they take the best available player ten sure i guess it's with all the rumors that's like that actually surprised there but with i guess other other kind of situation do you think there's any other kind of like wildcards kind of thing that comes up whether it's i don't know it's something that hasn't been talked about what they could do.
"cough" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Live longer prosper baby mike freeman boys and girls we'll take a break we'll come back with email and jingles i'm tony kornheiser you're listening to the tony kornheiser show man gums tony's mailbag got your emails faxes and notes here comes tony's well back read some for all you fall dennis graves always grateful will you play that absolutely i'll let me thank washington post movie critic jeff of and warn a day mike freeman fleets report jeff ma are predictive genius and host of the up i guess bet the process for coming on the show thank the sponsors today upside and square space remember to listen and subscribe to new and archived episodes of tony kornheiser show wherever you listen to podcasts including apple podcast spotify and google flight fifty listened through i tunes please leave it to people leave us reviews gavaglio's while we have five star reviews yeah unlike chat hit five out of five oh that's good then yet great greg abbott do we get anything for now a vice aren't joe see how a nation some person is perusing podcast they might stock on ours rehn deepened in newmarket virginia eat stop the coughing storm look coughing sorry who's got a cough where is it stop the coughing is it up on the other floor soft buddy go up there and stop it i'll go down to the restaurant myself in stopping i don't care who you have to calls stock the coughing coughing peter there were there were out there to stop it.
"cough" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"A really sort of simple formed we mentioned tom coughlin cough when to sort of the main pulse of this or coughlin just said look we got lender fournet we have a lot of athletes on defense we're going to keep this very simple and marrone is fit perfectly with that thought process he's not one of these guys it's gonna be this in and two guys gonna he's going to dream up all these beautiful passing systems and he's a very sort of nuts and bolts coach she's versatile enough to both guy so they fit perfectly as for the buffalo they didn't so you come in you you keep things simple uh blake bottles the problem but then you sort of limited what he could do and then you run the ball he played defense that's like a typical tom coughlin type deals we did with the giants keep things simple play hard show up fifteen minutes early forgive meeting all that stuff in them roman sort of fit perfectly with that susan it was just a good system look good match for those two you think new england will win don't you i mean after the jaguars it get their doors blown off the naoko dropped like ninety yeah yang yes i think i think it's a really tough spot i mean i thought this was the top spot in and blake borders looks like joe montana so i think doing was going gonna win because they got brady in their home and they almost never lose at home in the playoffs there are a better team with better coaching staff but this jaguars defense is is really it messes up every body so i don't think it'll be a complete blowout but i do think the pictures got i will say this about bortles um and i don't think he's a good passer although every once in a while he throws a great pass every time he runs he gets a first down every single time mike yeah every time how's that possible are you not coaching against sat you know what i mean can't you can't you stop that outgoing over some of the things that that players instead about porter who uh other brutal l k feeding hannity called him a.
"cough" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"News ooh north carolina man accused of killing his wife get a cough syrup induced stupor we just played the nine one one of phone call in what amazed me uh was at the beginning i thought i'll kale a by this at all then i started listening to him and to me he's ever ran on benadryl tour used take so much benadryl you could actually be on fire and you would tell somebody uh he i think i'm on fire right now i'm not really short of show where he just there's issued not feeling anything uh and many kill your wife on uh the experience for us all these years however however the guy i'm not suggesting that he's innocent or should go to jail or anything else i believe that he didn't know what he was doing however i think where he's going to have trouble is if you listened to this part of the cold very early on the snow he says a woman who moammer could narrow born right at the group luke luke who cold and the who permanent cure good morning so i know there are so yeah he say i know it's making it can make you feel good now just understand that it might be that i was sick but he said i can't sleep at night so he's taking this and he knows he's taking more than he should this is why this is a problem for him not only would give the website uh but one of our researchers found a website where you go in they'll toads drug users are like oh this is a great here's what should do looked up course eaten now chorus seating is d acts m a cough suppressant uh this is what what are the drug users wrote about this.
"cough" Discussed on WRVA
"Ooh north carolina man accused of killing his wife in a cough syrup induced stupor we just played the nine one one phone call and what amazed me uh was at the beginning i thought oh kale by this at all then i started listening to him and to me he's ever been on benadryl tour used take so much benadryl you could actually be on fire and you would tell somebody uh he i think i'm on fire right now i'm not really sure where he just there's issued up feeling anything uh and then he kill your wife on that's on the experience resolve these irs however however this guy i'm not suggesting that he's innocent or should go to jail or anything else i believe that he didn't know what he was doing however i think where he's going to have trouble is if you listened to this part of the coal very early on listener he says on warmer ramona could one who cold oh no but one prominent mowing so i know there's arth so he say i know it making it can make you feel good now the just understand that it might be that i was sick but he said i can't sleep at night so he's taking this and he knows he's taking more than he should this is why this is a problem for him at only we give the website but one of our researchers found a website where you go and they'll toads drug users or like oh this is a great here's what you do looked up corus seat mmhmm now of course hedin is d ex m a cough suppressant this is what what are the drug users wrote about this.