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"dr island" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Dr sills well Again you mentioned rich. I'm a surgeon. I've spent my life wearing a mask in the operating room and we do that for one simple reason because they do work to reduce the risk of passing germs that infections patients that were operating on. So i i. I think it's very clear that masks are effective in reducing many respiratory diseases. I mean we've we've the same thing for years with tiburcio closys influence and a host of other diseases. I think what's challenging of course is masked work when they're worn properly when they fit well and win. They're learning the right environment. And that's always the challenge. Would you start applying that broadly. But but again. I don't think anyone wants to go in and have a surgery done by someone. Who's not wearing a mask. I think that's probably would feel very odd. And as a risk that most people don't want to take So i think it's really again about what are the best mitigation measures for each situation. And how we can. We protect ourselves but beyond the mass rich. What i would say to. Patients are the most effective tool. We have right now. Are these vaccines most effective tool to keep us safe and again keeping a safe means preventing serious illness hospitalization and death. That's what the vaccines were designed to do. And by the way that's what they're doing i mean. They have a remarkable effectiveness in preventing serious illness and death. We spoke a couple of minutes ago. That if you're vaccinated and you do test positive. It tends to be a very mild illness. This somewhat short lived. That's very different than what we see. An unvaccinated individuals. And so i i think the data's very clear there and the last thing i would tell you rich this is again something you could talk to any Critical care doctor. Or nurse You just go to our hospitals now. A day when you're in our hospitals the people who are Most who are in the care unit and who are struggling with severe illness or overwhelmingly unvaccinated. And so i think the data is very clear that these vaccines are doing what they were designed to do which is preventing serious illness hospitalization de last time. I had you on before last season. Dr sills i was asking you all about the vaccines that i was hoping would be coming and you know as we all know. They arrived with emergency Usage Approval from the fda in december. And then. we all know what's happened in twenty twenty one. what are you hearing about other variants. Are you hearing anything about that about that. That could clearly change the game for protocols in the middle of a season. What are you hearing about what. I just mentioned. You read about vaccine resistant variants. What's on your radar screen on that front alson. Once again we just go back to sort of our basic biology and and other infectious diseases rich. And that's the nature of viral illnesses. That they will mutate and other strains will arrive. I mean again. That's why we have different flu shots every year because different strains of the flue arise so. That's really not unique to cove in nineteen and so i think there will be other variants. It will it will develop over time particularly as we have large areas of the world that are unvaccinated unprotected and the virus has a chance to mutate. But i just go back to saying that the data for so far shows that the vaccines we have or still remarkably effective against all these variants even delta. Which is so much more transmissible The vaccine is doing a great job again. Preventing serious illness hospitalization and death. So i have a lot of confidence in the vaccines As we've said for a league we're always going to have to be flexible and adaptable. We're gonna look at the data and see where it takes us as far as our protocols and and they likely will change. I mean as you know. Last year they changed throughout the season. They probably will again this year. But we'll do that based on what our data's telling us what the sciences leading us to and doing what safest for our entire team environment dr sills. I appreciate the time. thanks so much. Best of luck. let's is that i always ask Folks in the nfl. If they've got a target they got something that they put on the on the greaseboard last year A point oh eight. If i'm not mistaken positivity rate despite no vaccines is that that's you to beat that right. That's that's what you're looking for twenty dollars just to get too far in the weeds. Rich positivity rate probably the wrong measure this year where our incidence rates. Because we wanted to see how many people you know potentially You can be infected but more importantly we want avoid that serious illness. Hospitalization death keep our players coaches and staff safe and their families and be able to get through our season. And i'm very optimistic about that. I think i've said publicly before. I think if our entire country was vaccinated as the. Nfl is we'd be in a far far different place with hispanic. So i hope that we can lead the way once again. Show the benefits of vaccination in our ability to pursue some of the things we enjoy in life and go forward at the same time. Thanks for the time. Dr island sills appreciate it. Thank you have a great day. Dr alan sills. Nfl chief medical officer here on the rich eisen show so my take away from that is the difference between being vaccinated and unvaccinated in the nfl. After all the information that's been made available to those who are unvaccinated to get vaccinated and if they still are not for whatever reason. Here's the difference.
"dr island" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation
"So i figured well we do that. Then you know we can make it happen but damning. I've always wanted like the fans will be bigger part of the band especially are ban because we're not mainstream. Were full on colt pan. you know. we're we're probably the must underground. Coal bans can be think of you know. We're we're in that scene of you know where you gotta dig find us and i love that. I love that were underground. Coal bandmates side to me makes us cool. You know so actually So when are more part of that you know that means more to me you know they actually be a part of this than just like just some bandy can't talk to or reach or whatever you knows as a kid i was a of motley crue like i didn't think guys even really existed. You know stop there made up characters like there's this mystery thing you know but you know colt band you can feel he can grab them. You can touch them. You could talk to him you can. You know they're more part of your life you know. Yeah now. I i love when fans more part of what we do. You know that's awesome. That's awesome jeff couple of questions left for you for us. All right just getting zapped professor right. But i'm widely tonight. These are more about your light musical history influence wise and everything but apart from your sort of say top ten which you probably normally get asked top album and stuff like that. Well i wanna find out outside that top ten. What are your honorable. Mentions if you could name a couple of albums that thank quite. Make into that top ten. But we're kind of really influential snaps. Caroline's right yeah seeing a kinda hard. Exactly i mean i think you know a hard core bands i think like Like all those blood let records huge influence on me because my top ten. But like i mean i have to give a lot of its civil early like hardcore stuff. Spend kind of form haven like earth crisis and blood. Let snap case stuff like that and then you know kennel corpses a huge influence on me But then you have like. I love ban. I mean i love sunday real estate. And jeremy and you know a recourse rating at the shops in billy ray okay. Computers one was huge influence on me. i mean the biggest influence me ever has been pink floyd. That's in my top band but a lot of people you know. Go the dr island moon and the wall but mike. I love like macho lapsed reason division bells does not people's top pigs when they think of included their their mind. You know exactly. I grew up on. That's my som- live when those records and You know of course tara And then you know the the but even like far and in-depth phones and and advancing sacramento. That were huge influenced to no one ever heard of And then we had me. And sean from far hetero in socks That was pre william and that was that was probably our biggest influence was that In a neurosis and and growing up in the nineties. And just like this whole just hodgson using and it's like there was so many As you know. I i mean i'm one day. I'm listening to rose's the next day. I'm listening blake radiohead The more mr button. Mr bongo Record all times person's rebuttal records. Yeah it's like just it's just so different you know and you don't have that day.
"dr island" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"Cat person island. Dr island marauded. Dr moreau your doctor. Island harare name this island off to myself. Don't joked harare which was really stemming from brenda. that's actually watched. That movie was funny because many disturbing performances later in life val kilmer was so like apparently was like the worst shirt ever when he was just this absolute nightmare and val kilmer literally was like is like i have to action. They saints. But i'm just going to do whatever the fuck are like towards the end of the film. He's just like sitting in a chair wearing a wearing a baseball cap. Totally out of character. Visit dead like yelling. He's gone going like okay the to make this work but it's it's kind brand. Had free reign of the entire movie. He saw a little person. He's like my character is going to have that person. He's going to dress like me he's going to be with me in every say okay i well you know you can understand valve just by some point going You know what. I just got to get this over with and get a job or at a gig where you've gone. I just gotta get through this and get out. This wish. i had the clout to be like all right. I'll get paid bakiev. I'm going to where the fuck yeah get fired for. That would be nice within pink really good especially if you're doing a horror film when you do things oh here comes the kill up. Well i better go and run upstairs. Because i'm addicted. That would be a really love the meditation on the script. The nine characters constantly ships over the care people are sick of fourth world. Had too much of it is it. Is it called fifth wheel if they're talking to the camera and the cameras around and it's an actual wool that they're talking to is that is that not. That'd be amazing. We saw as we always do with a short synopsis. The doctor takes martha to the far future. To the slums of new martha gets kidnapped and ends up on the motorway. Taking chase. the doctor finds out. There's something wrong with the murder way. No one ever leaves as the face. Abo- mood patches cat people and the macro but in the end martha will find out all about who the doctor really is. We start off with. Ma unpiloted flying car calling for the police. Yes and there's there's no police say that when you said we're going to do this episode little hot sync because i remember not enjoying this and thinking. It was a bit enjoyed it. More than i thought i would Status as i remember but it was for me the be that this was a series where there was some great episodes and then they would just somewhere. I wanted to slap the doctor in the face and this is one of them. What pissed you off so much about dr. Well he's still going on about his former companion. Rose nina phase. You know. I'm over it by that. Keeps shitting on math and shit. You'd learned main anything..
"dr island" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Present themselves and it's a good reminder on a day when we're heading into an inauguration in which the nation's capital will be empty of any people attending the inauguration. The military will be standing posts because of recent skirmishes. There will be people that are, you know, blasting out through social media that they're not gonna watch it and other people are gonna have watch parties. And in the midst of all of this in America, the church is keenly placed right smack in the middle of it. That's why we've been having these conversations with pastors over the last week or so. Dr David Ireland my guest on Dr Island Way, It's pretty clear, my friend Ryan Basil said last week. He goes Isn't hard. It's just hard doing it. Doing the right thing is pretty simple to divine treat people as though they were made in the image of God. What are one or two tips that help us do that better this year? Two things, Kevin. First Diversity is a growth process. Welcoming of people is a growth process. We have to grow his reconcile ours. It's not static. It's ongoing. You get better at it. Exactly. You have to get better at it. Second. Don't be embarrassed off reluctant off getting a diversity coach. We don't see ourselves. I think the average NFL team has 15 coaches and these guys, they make a lot of money. They're the best of the best in their craft in the world. But yet on average, each team has 15 coaches, so the purpose of the coach Is not for someone who's a scrub purpose of a coach. It's from someone who's very good at what they do, but they want to get better. And that's what happened in Galatians two. All coach Peter on diversity. So, Peter the way Peter carry themselves the way he connected with others the way you present themselves, the way he was interpreted by others was far more effective. After he had been coached, because many of us we lack awareness on so we're going to then see how others interpret us it requires and that we sit where they sit and You what they feel and talk with, And so we gonna be able to understand what it means to practice advocacy because we walked in issues to some measure, and so we have to have diversity coaches in our lives well, and I I think those are both very practical and friends. Certainly there are more research sources. Dr David Ireland's book. One in Christ that he released just a couple of years ago..
"dr island" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"dr island" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Pennzoil performance line. One of the voices now of Monday night football and I will definitely get to that in just a moment, Luis, but I want to start A za person with all the experience you have both as a player and as a member of the front office. You're the Steelers and the Titans. Now just take me through What you would imagine they're dealing with their game has been postponed. It wasn't expected. They know that they will have to make it up somewhere. They don't know where there's sort of a time of Strange uncertainty. Give me a sense of how you handle that organizationally right now. I think you know different scenarios, right? I think what the Look a Steeler and with my common, He's already come out, said when people have asked him, you know about what if they have the play 13 straight weeks and play all the way through and he said I don't really care. We don't really care. You know, we just kind of You show up, we go to work, and that's the great thing about Mike. I think that's the way you have to approach it with the guys. Obviously. Guys on that team. We're going to be concerned about. Where did they catch their break? Where did they get their rest? Considering that they've already been practicing this week, so they haven't really can really turn this weekend to Abi. The seasons along grind to a lot of extra added pressure this year because of You know the mental strain. Believe it or not, I'm trying to make sure that you watch your step. Everywhere You go. Everything you do to make sure you stay safe and stay healthy and guys do need that break in some point in time in the bi week, although it was only a couple of days is something that is sacred to players. I think leader Simple and you know, as far as the sale's concerned is going to be key and Mike's one of the best he'll keep him on past. I think they'll be fine. In Tennessee. I think you know. There would be a natural inclination. For people to be a little worried down there, you know in that, you know, as far as Could I be holding the virus inside me? And I'm not I'm asymptomatic. And you are my going to wind up getting sick somewhere down the road because right now, the virus just hasn't Incubated enough, and I'm sure there's people who are a little bit on edge about it. You know this? How far is this going to spread? And Mike Grable's tried to do a great job, head coach there keeping everybody Calm in preparing them for what many people think was inevitable. I think You know, like we talked about on the show this morning. I get up this morning. I think this is something that Everybody thought was going to happen. I think, though you can actually thinking Well, it's not gonna happen, not but it's gonna happen, so we're going to wind up hearing about it for some other team. When it happens to you. And I think you just have to. You have to have the right mind set about it. If you do want a testing positive to make sure that you get the best. To the best of you can getting healthy in the NFL will do everything they can, You know, obviously, to make sure everyone who does has positive healthy And then just kind of doubled down on your protocols Manning and try and make sure that you know if there's an area where we We were we had a misstep. Just make sure we clean it up going forward, and I'm not saying that there is an area where they had a misstep in Tennessee. But I mean, I think that that's where you're at now. This reviewing everything that you're doing. Both in the building and outside the building. So you know you don't have to be something where You know, either it happens again or it gets worse because As we've seen Justin Society Overall, this thing could spread like wildfire. And next thing you know, you've got a big problem on your hands. Dr Island Stills who's handling all of this for the legal We're all you know, from what I've heard is like on top of this stuff. Night day. And my had every confidence that still still keep it under control. And Be able to move forward. Louis, Riddick with me here? Yeah, That's obviously our top story in the NFL that you two really good teams. Three. You know, A F C teams would have been a huge game this weekend, and now we'll see when they can play it. Okay? I've been waiting all week to talk to you about Patrick Mahomes. So I'm watching on Monday night. You guys, of course terrific with with that game, And what a show. I mean, Patrick Mahomes put on the kind of show that you dream about accounting for five touchdowns, throwing four of them to four different players. One's an offensive lineman. The other one is a fullback that I didn't even know was on the team. Until Steve Levy was telling me that he had just scored a touchdown on DH Dan Orlovsky did this great tape about how creative they were with some of these plays up to including Eric Fisher, like wiping off his hands to make sure they were drawing on Patrick Mahomes towel? I mean, they seem to be playing chess right right now, when everyone else is playing checkers, you're there in person just describe for me what you saw from that offense in that quarterback Monday night. I think what's happening now is you're seeing The evolution of Patrick Mahomes from a mental standpoint. Greening..
"dr island" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"That it was outside of actually, outside of a walmart where people were just available to stay here. We can talk to you about it. It was called love your Children like your guns and when they just talked with people who came in to buy a firearm. Then they just talk to them about the gave me a free Dunlop. And then they talking about harm reduction, meaning about storing your firearm unlocked. Excuse me, I locked unloaded and and away from youth and those three step alone. I mean, nearly 80% of people. We're still doing that six months later went on the way and nearly nobody was doing it because that is one way that we can help prevent on intentional harm. I don't think it's extreme at all. I think it's a gesture of love. It's a gesture of science. It is also one of the reasons why they are there by the state Legislature and the governor signed into law the quote red flag, but it's really extreme protector. Yeah, I don't like the term red slices can signifies that The person is the best flag when it's not. We don't want someone to feel about that Dave mental health diagnosis. Really. She was a tourist protection just like he said, and the idea that It's consistent with with the Second Amendment, and it's consistent with science that it could be created Destiny Firing. Our guest is Dr Island Barrett University of Dimension Go Hospital talking about mental health in the time of Covad. And really appreciate your time today, you know, Dr Bear. We talked last time because he worked quite a quite a bit in the Navajo nation out and gallop and and saw the impacts of covert 19 and and over a long period of time, the outcomes were worse because the history of health care in some areas a history of off access the difficulty of getting to a doctor because the bad roads You know all the other things that contribute to this are there are there communities are their communities that who are also more susceptible to these outcomes. These mental problems. Is it the same because they're isolated and and, you know, not getting good care. A little. Yeah, so isolation is absolutely issued loneliness. We do know, so there's a wide range of mental health pregnancies that that do not better different from certified, but we do have a lot of out of suicide and we do know that rural area Particularly rural New Mexico is experiencing an epidemic and it's more likely in men and it's more likely in men who are older. And that is about firearm. Accessibility is about Alina. On DH also access to care in. But we also seeing that anybody who has a disorder is going to be at increased risk, and also I would say that people who are affected by the things we talked about before, including on like structural racism on DH, I'm not having access Teo, the opportunities to the things that set people up for a healthy life, um, are gonna be issues. I know when I lived in a very northwest corner of the state and the On the Navajo nation. And this is no fault of the Navajo Nation leaders but that there was I think four psychiatrists for an area that was I mean, it was an area like 52,000 people, and that was That amount of people was over quite quick, 20,000 Square miles that Yes, it's a real It's a real issue, having active, absolutely not having acceptance. Really. It's a challenge, and they think that that's one of the opportunities that having things like the text line, and the one line of the crisis point is because That is available to anybody and they work. Well, Now you mention him once you give in again. You're so on the one line, which is for when someone aegypti the park is going to be on 855466. 7100 The crisis line, which is the best in the actual 24 hours a day is because the others is not 24 hours a day, but the crisis line is 1855. 6 to 7474. Hand. That text line is 711. Another resources just mentioned in the paper was also that is the 50th anniversary of Agora crisis. Which volunteers? Yeah. I don't think you know a lot about you talked about it. He probably helped support them and directed people and that they have a free line off the truth that Eight by five by 4505 something I heard from a psychiatrist that people don't want to have this information, their phone. They don't want someone else to see it. What we could do if they could put in instead label it in some way that no one else will know what it is so actually with young people. The example was Who's your favorite movie star? And the young woman said that pit so actually in her phone, the contact line was actually brevity. Well as it could be Beyonce. You know it could be and said that any one doesn't feel like embarrassed. All right. This is a time of AA lot of political concern, Onda lot of stress over many, many, many different things. During during the Democratic convention next week's Republican convention. Is it wise and for people who are feeling blue feeling a little bit depressed, Tio To kind of removed themselves from the politics for a while, or or is that a better idea to get more involved? So you have a sense of taking back some control? I can't say that. That's a great question, and it could be a little bit personal. I think that if one can control have been receiving information, I even meet your doom scrolling, then I think it could be really it can help one recover their sense of agency their sense of control in a world that's spiraling out of control if we can engage with a change process going in registering to vote. Talk to the people who you'd love to see what you know, helping encouraged them to registered about talking about what your plan is making a plan. Maybe if you're if you have the abilities, so a little bit of activism I love reading the local newspapers and what people are writing into the letter to the editor. I would say, you know, be careful with social media. It could be really inflammatory. But if one is going to do so. Endo, you know, instead of providing back to the City Council and the county, right and to the governor's office about what you're worried about, and also to your senators and representatives. Down engaging with our senators, representatives have been startlingly rewarding and helping affect positive change in Mexico. Dr Barrett. Thank you very much. You're welcome back to come back any time, great information, And it's obvious You really, really care about people. So thank you Appreciate it. Thank you. And thank you for thank you for caring about this content and for sharing such good information and helping us be connected to each other. I really, really do it again, right? Okay?.
"dr island" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"888 0 31 41 special That the best is yet to come Best is yet to come that exact American trends, President Trump said The best is yet to come, although he says he feels things are pretty good right now in the United States of America, But some people are convinced that socialism is the way to go in that that would be The best thing that could be yet to come are front of the so Dr Island diamond of Diamond associates dot net. You can go there. She is an expert in leadership management, professional and organizational development services. She could come to you. She does workshops in Northern California or she will travel on DH. She's gonna talk about this and more. Doc. I wanted to talk to you about shouting about politics in the workplace. Anyway, everything so divided. We've commented on that before. But socialism if things really get, I mean, people say if it's a fair thing for things to be divided equally, How would that translate in the work place? Because we all let's face it. Some of us do different categories of work. Different workloads, etcetera. I love this picture that you have. Ah, yeah, it was under circumstance that looks exactly like this. It would probably work fine. It's everyone. We're doing the exact same thing at the exact same rate with the exact same quality that you pay them exactly the same around. But what if one of those people from that row of people you showed on the assembly line? What if one of those people had four babies and everybody else only had one or two. Would you pay the person with four babies more than you would pay the person with one or two? I'm not talking about people who care give gifts, maybe give extra money because they care more about salary. Would you compensate the person that had more Children just because they had word Children, even if both quality and quantity on type of work was exactly the same. Well, that brings up a whole bevy of of other issues. For instance, you could, you could say, and argued that for decades and decades, women have been doing perhaps exact same workers, Men, maybe even a better job and being paid far less. What is it 30 some percent Most times. Yeah, they say that would have been paid historically less than 40% of what men have made 40 but it's something Amy. There's so many variables that come into play there. I had workers cos I've worked for say, well, he has a family to support This is just starting and you're just like, Well, I mean, I guess who doesn't want to have support someone who's supporting a family. But You know, same work. Yeah, but you know, it depends on the weight example innocence. That's Are you making your determination based on the value of the job, Or are you making a determination on other factors? And what should you be making that determination on and it's something cos struggle with all the time because not your salary. It's also the extra perks. The little rewards a little recognitions, if you if you kind of like raising Children in a way, you know you talk about being fair and there's being fair. Everybody has to be treated exactly the same whether they earned it or not. If you were a good kid and cleaned up your room and did your homework Should you get the same amount of ice cream? I guess as your kid sister of rather, who refused to do either of you know, what is it that we're what is is that we're measuring. What is it that we're saying is important in terms of rewards in terms of compensation on I think it's a huge struggle in today's workplace. One of the problems, of course, is a thing you just pointed out unconditionally knows this thing. You pointed out about men and women that historically paid more for the job. That is subtle argument as to whether it's still true and when it gets into all kinds of statistical arguments there But the other part of that is the jobs that was selected and I'll tell you what I mean by that, if you if you look at the company's income in a company of companies in the company there some That are more fast track towards the sea level office than others on DH. Those are usually the highest level technical skills. The Finance Department and marketing that if you are in one of those three tracks, you have a stronger likelihood to advance further up the chain of command. But people self select what experience is going to have and by and large You will find that many women will opt to go into HR customer service, more people oriented ends of the business and those maybe more personally rewarded morning, which is why we may select them. But they're not the same fast track to the ocean rink, so that's one of the problems. The other problem is Andi. I'm generalizing. I'm certainly not trying to make an absolute and I don't want you. No, don't shoot the messenger kind of thing. But the other part of men's men tend to sell themselves better than women do. When I was doing a lot of volunteer work for the people that were looking for jobs in a one of our local government organizations that helps people out of work. What I discovered was that men will respond to a job request. If they think that they can probably do the job. Maybe they have 40 50% of the skills. That, whereas women will tend to not respond to the job request if they don't have almost all if not all of the skills in another one of the findings is men and much more apt to ask for a promotion and raise And women and we have to hope that by doing the work exceedingly well, they'll get a promotion or the rays. So just in terms of gender raised, you know salary differences. That's part of it. And again. I'm not saying it's all of it. But it's certainly part of the reason why men tend to get paid more than waiting for the same job. About a minute. I'd like to hold you over for another segment, but it's more like 30 seconds now. So just a simple question. Why is that? Why do we as women not ask for the promotion tried to negotiate more highly for AH, better contract, etcetera. Because men have been taught to be asserted were aggressive Men are taught to fight for what they want, and women are supposed to be sweetened, docile and wait to be asked. Who made the phone calls back in the dating days that you know, guided the phoning the women were exposed to When you go into corporations when you speak to people, groups, individuals. What do you tell them? How do you school them on that? Why do we have time to talk about? You know what? Yeah, I.
"dr island" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"803141 808 803141 888 0 31 41 special Bet The best is yet to come Best is yet to come that exact American trends, President Trump said The best is yet to come, although he says he feels pretty good right now in the United States of America, But some people are convinced that socialism is the way to go and that that would be the best thing that could be yet to come are part of the show. Dr Island Diamond Diamond Associates dot net You can go There she is. X for in leadership management, professional and organizational development services. She could come to you. She does workshops in Northern California or she will travel on DH. She's gonna talk about this and more, Doc. I wanted to talk to you about shouting about politics in the workplace. Anyway, everything so divided. We've commented on that before. But socialism if things really get people say if it's a fair thing for things to be divided equally, how would that translate in the work place? Because we all let's face it. Some of us do different categories of work. Different workloads, etcetera. I love this picture that you have. Ah, yeah, Under circumstance that looks exactly like this. It would probably work fine. It's everyone. We're doing the exact same thing at the exact same rate with the exact same quality. That you pay them exactly the same around. But what if one of those people from that that row of people you showed on the assembly line? What if One of those people had four babies and everybody else only had one or two. Would you pay the person with four babies more than you would pay the person with one or two? I'm not talking about people who care. Give gifts. Maybe Give extra money because they care more about my salary. Would you compensate the person that had what Children just because they had more Children even answer both quality and quantity on type of work was exactly the same Well, that brings up the whole bevy of other issues. For instance, you could, you could say, and argued that for decades and decades, women have been doing Perhaps exact same workers, men, maybe even a better job and being paid far less. What is it 30 some percent Most times. Yeah, they say that would have been paid historically less than 40% of what men have made 40. But it's something Amy. There's so many variables that come into play there. What I had workers cos I've worked for say, Well, he has a family to support. This is just starting. And you're just like, well, I mean, I guess who doesn't want to have support someone who's supporting a family? But You know, same work. Yeah, but you know, it depends on the weight example. Innocence that are you making your determination based on the value of the job, Or are you making a determination on other factors? And what should you be making that determination on and it's something cos struggle with all the time. Because not just salary. It's also the extra perks. The little rewards little recognitions if you if you Kinda like raising Children in a way, you know, you talk about being fair and they're being fair. And everybody has to be treated exactly the same. Whether they earned it or not. If you were a good kid and cleaned up your room and did your homework Should you get the same amount of ice cream? I guess as your kid, sister or brother, who refused to do either. You know what is it that what this is that we're measuring. What is it that we're saying is important in terms of rewards in terms of compensation, and I think it's a huge struggle in today's workplace. One of the problems, of course, is a thing you just pointed out unconditionally knows this thing. You pointed out about men and women that historically, men paid more for their job. There's some argument as to whether it's still true and when it gets into all kinds of statistical arguments there, But the other part of that Is the jobs that was selected and I'll tell you what I mean by that, if you if you look at the company's income company companies in the company there some That are more fast track towards the sea level office than others on DH. Those are usually the highest level technical skills. The Finance Department and marketing that if you are in one of those three tracks, you have a stronger likelihood to advance further up the chain of command. But people self select what experience is going to have, and by and large, you will find that many women will opt to go into HR customer service. More of the people oriented ends of the business and those maybe more personally rewarded morning, which is why we may select them. But they're not the same fast track to the potion rink. So that's one of the problems. The other problem is. I'm generalizing. I'm certainly not trying to make an absolute and I don't want you. No, don't shoot the messenger kind of thing, but the other part of management in to sell themselves better than women do. When I was doing a lot of volunteer work for the people that were looking for jobs in a one of our local government organizations that helps people out of work. What I discovered was that men will respond to a job request. If they think that they can probably do the job. Maybe they 40 50% of the skills that whereas women will tend to not respond to the job request. If they don't have almost all if not all of the skills and another one of the findings is meant a much more apt to ask for a promotion raise and women and we have to hope that by doing the work exceedingly well, they'll get promotion or the race. So just in terms of gender raised, you know salary differences. That's part of it. And again. I'm not saying it's all of it. But it's certainly part of the reason why men tend to get paid more than women from the same job about a minute. I'd like to hold you over and for another segment, But it's more like 30 seconds now. So just a simple question. Why is that? Why do we as women not ask for the promotion tried to negotiate more highly for AH, better contract, etcetera. Because men have been taught to be asserted were aggressive Men are taught to fight for what they want. And women are supposed to be sweetened, docile and wait to be asked who made the phone calls back in the dating days that you know, guided the phoning the women were exposed to When you go into corporations when you speak to people, groups, individuals. What do you tell them? How do you school them on that? Why do we have time to talk about? You know what? Yeah, I was wrong, because we haven't extra minute, right, guys. Now, Now we have another minute. Sorry, my mom. I was not. I would not ask for a raise if I were a mathematician, Doc, So I think what we need to do is evaluate the worth of the job. Both quantitatively and qualitatively and and the competitive rate of the job. If if if if you're I we're going for a job. Somebody was offering us $10 an hour. For that job, and somebody else was offering us $20 an hour for the same or a similar job. That's going to be a huge factor in Which John Weasel it so you got. You gotta look at the trends and you have to compensate people fairly, then you have to reward them based on their output. The quality of the quantity, the creativity. You have to find a way to measure those so that you're retaining your very best people and not losing. It works both ways to reward as you say, your best people. She's Dr Arlen Diamond of Diamond Associates dot net here on you to American TV network. Or you might be listening on this talk radio. What a great guest.
"dr island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"30 right back on that side, Ben Parker in for Dan Ray, This is Thursday. So one more night I'll be filling in. That would be well, if you do the math tomorrow. Yeah, Friday. Dan will be back on Monday to take you through. Ah, well, maybe he'll tell you where she went. I don't know where he went. He could just be hiding at home. Maybe he's listening. Going back. There is crazy. Oh, maybe he's on vacation. We say he's on assignment. I don't know if he is and if he is, I have no idea what that assignment is, and I don't even know if he's completed the assignment. Is going to get an incomplete for this semester. We don't partner. We're gonna go take a couple more calls here before we get to the top of the hour And then we're gonna take a whole bunch of collagen. Keep calling in after the top of the hour, because what we got a lot of stuff to talk about. You have a lot of stuff to talk about. I said you're you're kind of filling in for Dan this week. Because you're you're you're the Dan crowd. Maggie's in Dorchester. I don't You got a name for the island in the harbour, Maggie. Yes, I do. I can't believe people haven't called in with the PhD Doctor it island PhD island. Alright, so well, should we now, would it be? Would that be PhD Island or Dr Island? For short, or I don't know. Well, she mentioned the name of the guy at Northeastern Yeah. One step to winter. So he gets the data. You know, maybe people. Whatever His name is, we could name it after him For a doctor of Island, a PhD doctor Island island of doctors that would be different. That would sound too weird. All right. PH will go with PhD Island on DH as a side note. It could be Dr Islands. See, this will work. This is going really well for our mark our marketing purposes. You know what? I'm going to make a 1,000,000 off the way we could call it Call it PhD island, but then have Dr Island is like, maybe, like a little slogan underneath. Yeah, way. Yeah. We're working on it. Yeah, Okay. Thanks, Maggie. Like, all right, all right. So there you go. If you're going to do marketing of anything, and I'm not saying first of all the Conservancy or PhD student would would allow us to do any marketing with. We're just kidding around, right? But it's got a market some you gotta have kind of like a a name. And then, like a side name, right, like maybe, like a like a cold name or something again. I mentioned I mentioned Tom Brady. Because we had had a suggestion for Charles Winchester, the third Island, which is, of course, a character from the long running show MASH was from Boston and the Boston ties. But see then you would you would have Charles Winchester, the third Island with like CW, three, and so you could make this whole Underlying thing of marketing. It's brilliant. Just get somebody to back me on some of these ideas. Get out of here. Kevin's in Woburn. How you doing, Kevin? I'm doing good yourself. Good. By the way, I said I could get out of here. I don't want to get out of here. I have too much fun doing this job, But I would like to have a little side gig going on. Or I could blow in a couple 1,000,000 a year. But whatever. All right, go ahead. I have one plus enough for island fluffer Nutter Island, of course for just Fluff Island Because, of course fluff is the big the big thing around here. Maybe fluffer Nutter would be a little too. We should just go. Maybe with fluff. You think Fluff Island would work? I think love should be fine. Yeah, so Ah, there's thinking how we could do we do we do. We plant some fluff trees over there. That's where they get fluff from right. It's from a tree, right? No. I don't know. I mean, Purcell the logo on a maybe a bit better off that way. We could do that to me. We could sell off, branding writes, and then we could make an extra ton of money. Commercial, right? You've got that. This is brilliant, Kevin. I should have talked to you earlier. You have it all figured out. Fluff Island will go fluff file. It's beautiful. Thanks. Thank you. Take care. Yeah, I don't know. You know the fluff tree? It's really I don't know how to get the fluff out of the tree. Get into all those jars and get it out of the stores. Not just sugar and stuff. I'm somebody I wonder if there's somebody there going really has had with fluffed. I love Fluffernutter fluffs off a tree. Like peanuts grow into the ground. I mean, the flesh gotta go somewhere, right? I suppose Bill's in the inn and shore So I'm assuming this is built on the North shore, So I just I was reading what was on the screen. But Bill wherever you are Welcome to the show. Thank you very much. Look, I've got an idea. I like I like sticking it to New York. And I think this other waited too. It is they've got Long Island. And based publicly said who's won earlier. It's 700 square feet on this island, right? Yeah, seven square feet Correct. Short island. Sure, Thailand by the way, we have a Long Island two out there in the harbor. So, but they a short short island. Yeah, well, it is short. I mean, it's seven short island grows short. And I just wonder if we want to give New York the benefit of being able to say, See everything smaller in Boston. See, I mean, maybe we want to stay away from that because that could give New Yorkers you know, we make fun of us for the Red Sox and Celtics and everybody else. Patriots. Yeah, I don't want do We want to give him instead of long? Maybe even though it's not enormous, we could make stuff..
"dr island" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of triaging have all kinds of disinfecting systems in and you tell us what happens how it progresses what happened to Mr Vincent this energy bill the treatment no he's still in the hospital at the time why why don't they send it to you okay so at that time the the discussion because this is fab okay okay let me just put it that way he is part of this clinical stuff Vincent is family this is what makes it so difficult to contain a bold the symptoms of sweating vomiting and bleeding they also spread the virus and if it's hard enough for a doctor to take care of their own in a hospital imagine for a second what it's like in the home trying to take care of the sick love one in Liberia if if a child is sick and the mother is there the first thing she would lose touch okay she will hold she will try to feed she will try to get through and even if you tell her is dangerous she will definitely do it and so that's why the public health intervention of not touching and not caring and not all of those it didn't work out from the beginning okay because mothers especially mothers you have to in in in West Africa you have to tell them all kinds of things and and one of the ways the public health guys did it what to tell them if you touch you should put a plastic bag on your hands if you told them not to touch at all it wasn't really happening just like Liberian mothers all over the country Dr Ireland faced a dilemma what now how could he help Stephen Vincent now that he tested positive for Ebola I had people telling me to stay away from foods and but then again it's like that's your colleague okay so you've been working with these guys for many years and then all of a sudden he sick over life threatening virus and then I didn't feel too good about that dole is extremely contagious and the rest of the hospital staff was legitimately scared Dr island kept reminding himself that all we had to do was follow proper protocols and reliance training when he was caring for Stephen Vincent once I was so tired and I listen to his chest and I remember the stethoscope on my neck and I wanted disinfected I don't know probably touch.
"dr island" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You interrupt ducks check a game now. We just keep cool. Don't get it excited Dr Islands. Hello this is David speaking. Didn't Alexander that okay. I'll be right over. GotTa get back to the store. I want to delete telephones alone in the morning. Oh I would say not Christian you gotTa Processors Handy and I think there's a panda Troy WanNa cut the spring on this box. Yeah my goodness what did you get such wonderful roses. At this time of year I had one of the bus drivers bring in from the city. C. Now where can I put them so. Judy won't miss him when she comes to the office in the morning. Wait I get your base. Hope they'll keep until morning put somebody and they'll keep putting them over here on the table. uh-huh no no no no right smack in San Disk not much Iranian fly but I bet on the desk that go crazy about him. Well I guess I'd better beat it along home and change my clothes. Oh what do you want to change your clothes bull right where you are in a special occasion like this dollar on the bus. They okay but I want you. You're only going to have to say hello to work. After that. She's mine all right. Yeah in your shirts. You'll see those roses on a desk all right now. How can she missed him? Seat of the first thing he does he comes into the office in the morning. Well don't mention roses tour tonight. Oh no no I wound. I wanted to be surprised when she comes in Judy. And Jerry. Oh good to see you both of you. It's it's good to see you too on the eight thirty. Come on in Bill Data Christian this is Mr Conway Dr Christine. How do you do Mr Conway Jerry? Tangy how do you do. This is a surprise the half of the station. I'm afraid that's my fault Jillian. I came east on the same aim train. I live in the city knows so I didn't see why she should have to wait for the bus when my car was right in the garage. Oh you Joel. From the city we just got here. Haven't been home yet. Say Have Mr Conway is in a hurry to get back. I'm taking into the House to meet my family well. Judy outed seem to be back on. Grand L. I duNno tomorrow morning the work starts. You'll be back at your desk. I don't need to be at your desk too early early. Maybe you'd better sleep late and get this rest all the way Vilnai then going places in Hollywood that need the Red You met Mr Conway in Hollywood yea or did you see any always spent a whole day at Twentieth Century Fox. So I'm getting a picture and everything. I don't suppose you so any of the big executives executives at their desks all stars deal knows everybody in Hollywood. Well not exactly everybody. My father has some connections out there. which come in Handy? Perhaps you know my father Dr Christian Dj Conway Senator Conway says sure do that is. I don't really know him but I've heard a lot about him him. He's heard a lot about you do in fact that so. He's picture in the paper just the other day sitting at his desk. We've been getting along or we'll be late for dinner but evening Dr Christian. I'll be seeing you again. Good evening. See Judy at sort of plan to buy Turner. They'll be in early tomorrow Dr Christian because I've got a big surprise for you On January sixteenth. Nineteen thirty eight. Jean Hersholt starring as Dr Dr Christian on Classic Radio Theater. Our prime responsibility is protecting our families. But we also need to protect our family's assets for years. I've studied eighty comics in the Bible and as a financial professional. I'm Dr Tom Barrett. I found goal to be the best way to protect assets from government gone. Wild Gold has ridicule ridicule by less to send leads who sits fashioned and not suitable for financial planning. But gold is anything but outdated smart family chooses part of their retirement plans. Gold has been the universally recognized money since the beginning of time precious metals of the money in the Bible and they're the only constitutional money. Your Paper Hey permanent government. I'll use backed by nothing. No paper money has ever survived the crash on average and twenty seven years. The dollar will not be the.
"dr island" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You interrupt ducks check a game now. We just keep cool. Don't get it excited Dr Islands. Hello this is David speaking. Didn't Alexander that okay. I'll be right over. GotTa get back to the store. I want to delete telephones alone in the morning. Oh I would say not Christian you gotTa Processors Handy and I think there's a panda Troy WanNa cut the spring on this box. Yeah my goodness what did you get such wonderful roses. At this time of year I had one of the bus drivers bring in from the city. C. Now where can I put them so. Judy won't miss him when she comes to the office in the morning. Wait I get your base. Hope they'll keep until morning put somebody and they'll keep putting them over here on the table. uh-huh no no no no right smack in San Disk not much Iranian fly but I bet on the desk that go crazy about him. Well I guess I'd better beat it along home and change my clothes. Oh what do you want to change your clothes bull right where you are in a special occasion like this dollar on the bus. They okay but I want you. You're only going to have to say hello to work. After that. She's mine all right. Yeah in your shirts. You'll see those roses on a desk all right now. How can she missed him? Seat of the first thing he does he comes into the office in the morning. Well don't mention roses tour tonight. Oh no no I wound. I wanted to be surprised when she comes in Judy. And Jerry. Oh good to see you both of you. It's it's good to see you too on the eight thirty. Come on in Bill Data Christian this is Mr Conway Dr Christine. How do you do Mr Conway Jerry? Tangy how do you do. This is a surprise the half of the station. I'm afraid that's my fault Jillian. I came east on the same aim train. I live in the city knows so I didn't see why she should have to wait for the bus when my car was right in the garage. Oh you Joel. From the city we just got here. Haven't been home yet. Say Have Mr Conway is in a hurry to get back. I'm taking into the House to meet my family well. Judy outed seem to be back on. Grand L. I duNno tomorrow morning the work starts. You'll be back at your desk. I don't need to be at your desk too early early. Maybe you'd better sleep late and get this rest all the way Vilnai then going places in Hollywood that need the Red You met Mr Conway in Hollywood yea or did you see any always spent a whole day at Twentieth Century Fox. So I'm getting a picture and everything. I don't suppose you so any of the big executives executives at their desks all stars deal knows everybody in Hollywood. Well not exactly everybody. My father has some connections out there. which come in Handy? Perhaps you know my father Dr Christian Dj Conway Senator Conway says sure do that is. I don't really know him but I've heard a lot about him him. He's heard a lot about you do in fact that so. He's picture in the paper just the other day sitting at his desk. We've been getting along or we'll be late for dinner but evening Dr Christian. I'll be seeing you again. Good evening. See Judy at sort of plan to buy Turner. They'll be in early tomorrow Dr Christian because I've got a big surprise for you On January sixteenth. Nineteen thirty eight. Jean Hersholt starring as Dr Dr Christian on Classic Radio Theater. Our prime responsibility is protecting our families. But we also need to protect our family's assets for years. I've studied eighty comics in the Bible and as a financial professional. I'm Dr Tom Barrett. I found goal to be the best way to protect assets from government gone. Wild Gold has ridicule ridicule by less to send leads who sits fashioned and not suitable for financial planning. But gold is anything but outdated smart family chooses part of their retirement plans. Gold has been the universally recognized money since the beginning of time precious metals of the money in the Bible and they're the only constitutional money. Your Paper Hey permanent government. I'll use backed by nothing. No paper money has ever survived the crash on average and twenty seven years..
"dr island" Discussed on KTRH
"Generation of workaholics it is unbelievable. She says, millennials don't realize skipping out a lunch breaks could actually hurt their work performance. Important this break, it's not just important for you know they need to eat. It's also important for them to give their brain arrests millennials need to set boundaries for themselves because otherwise they're going to burn out or NewsRadio some forty KTAR h. Perhaps some of this, because children no longer allowed to be ordinary. They're being raised to be exceptional, whether it's in sports academics extracurricular, activities, and apparently, even on the job in today's society kids are told they're great and amazing. But it's grooming them to think if there are any less, they're worthless child psychologist. Dr island Kennedy Moore says we need to move in a different direction, not boost children's self esteem. Turn down the volume on so focus and self judgment by connecting with something bigger than themselves. She says, kids need to get quiet ego. Audrey Morton, NewsRadio seven forty K each. Meantime, another sign of our times discount, airfares, cheap, Airbnb, and everybody wanting at grabbing selfie leading to some unbelievable overcrowding at the world's most popular and certainly remote tourist attractions, Nepal, being criticized, even by the sherpas for authorising too many mountain climbing permits this year. It has become a death-ray there, because there was massive traffic, jam and people are pushing themselves were not even able up doing it. They do it. They try to summit and they instead of something they.
"dr island" Discussed on KTRH
"Story this hour. President Trump's is down with boxes, Laura Ingram for a wide ranging interview while in Europe. He talked about his trip there and his effort to place tariffs on Mexico for their immigration policy. He also blasted speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi. I've tried to be nice to because I would have liked to have gotten some deals done. She's incapable of doing deal. She's a nasty addictive horrible person. Yeah. His reaction, according to politico, speaker, Pelosi told a meeting of leading Democrats. She wants to see the president in prison. We posted the entire interview at KTAR H dot com. Go listen to it House, Democrats, meantime, acting as though, they are prosecutors. They're now planning to give more power to committee chairs to go to court over ignored subpoenas. A resolution holding attorney general William bar, and former White House counsel, Don Mcgann in contempt for failing to comply with judiciary committee subpoenas. Also woody's additional action of subpoenas. A reward the resolution set to be considered by the rules committee, Monday in the full house on Tuesday gifts committee, chairs thirty to seek legal action to enforce subpoenas. If they have approval of a bipartisan group of house, leaders, McCain was asked to testify for the House Judiciary committee, and refuse bars withheld in unredacted version of the special counsels, Russia report on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News bar abiding by the law in not releasing the identity grand jury presents and. And of course, thinking that they can go up against executive privilege. That's the other thing there is confusing. The separation of the powers of the branches may jobs report could bring more economic good news for President Trump and Katie rich Saunders live with that comes out in about an hour with the unemployed rate unemployment rate expected to stay at three point six percent. Mark Hamrick with banquets says, there's a tinge of concern. No, there is a risk of a negative surprise, meaning it could be that we see something that is lower than expected, because of the uncertainty surrounding tradenet said, we've had job growth in a booming economy. Now, inherit says that growth is continued even with things like the trade, wars, and tariffs in the news, it's fair to say that the job market is one of the best performing aspects of the US economy right now at a time, when there's a lot of uncertainty surrounding the issue of trade, then because of those trae concerns and other factors Bank recently found that forty percent of the economists they talked to think of cutting interest rates is coming at some point later this year. Okay. Whenever tone of never been really right on target every time I know it is now six thirty five. We are almost every day, how the situation of the border is getting worse. And his seems there is no end in sight. Rice University of political, science professor, Bob Stein says until we figure out why they're leaving their home country. Not much will change years ago, fifteen years ago, most of the immigration where people who were looking for jobs and might be competing with US citizens for those jobs. But that's not what we're looking at. He says entire families are leaving and coming to the US in droves. But until we know the route calls and get world leaders to work together to address the problem, the situation probably get worse before it gets better giambra or NewsRadio some forty KTAR, h it's six thirty five millennials. We give them a bad rap for a lot of things, but lifestyle, other Kelly, asceticism millennials are actually very hard workers to the point. They even feel bad about taking a simple lunch break, they're less likely to take their vacation days. They're less likely to reach out and take an ask for help, if they need help on the project. They're less likely that actually take their weekend for themselves. She says millennials need to understand the importance of taking breaks because it gives your brain and body time to recharge and recuperate well after years of being told that they're special, they're smart. They're talented, one of the biggest fears that kids can have is not being any of those things child psychologist, Dr island, Kennedy Moore says children's self judgment is out of whack and they feel like failures if they're not extraordinary even at the younger ages. We have high stakes testing intensely competitive sports, even among the little ones. Yes. She says nowadays social media encourages even young children to impress other people, you can't live up to those kind of imagines standards. No, well, but who's going to tell them not extrordinary? Don't they hear that every day, the lies extraordinary, they are so extraordinary that they've got to have those self posting so selfish and social media, it's leading to unprecedented crowds at popular tourist attractions worldwide and they're destroying religious sites polluting, pristine beaches and making for some pretty lousy summer vacations. Okay. Library voices. We're going into the Louvre in Paris space, more precious than aren't we? Way, which houses, the Mona Lisa anything, I cannot express to you how ridiculously over the top crowded..
"dr island" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Of which will come from the intercontinental ballistic missile system and surveillance plane systems acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan. He told reporters on Friday that quotes, we we have very smart people here in the department, and we have found ways to do this without having any impact on readiness. He did spend part of Saturday along the southern border in mcallen, Patrick Shanahan said he intends to accelerate planning to secure the US Mexican border, and bolster the homeland security department's ability to do its mission continue its military help. He also offered assurances to perhaps two dozen border patrol agents and other officials in the mcallen border patrol station that the Pentagon would not withdraw its military support prematurely. Shanahan said quote. We're not going to leave until the border is secure. This isn't about identifying a problem. It's about fixing a problem. More quickly. Shortfalls in personnel and other resources have led to periodically ask for the military is on the border without a plan on how to fix the underlying resource problems. There you go that story from t- Texas State network now, Texas, according to this story from the Associated Press could be hit hard by this new immigration package. That's being considered by the president. It's all part of an e verify system. The White House will reportedly be pushing for mandatory employment checks on the e verify system. It would take away the magnet of job even for those who overstay visa but rice university's Mark Jones says it would hit hard small businesses. And the agriculture industry would lose workers. The Trump administration comes up with a really robust visa program to allow them to import seasonal agricultural workers. Sunday show fewer than one third of Texas hires are screened with verify in increases the cost of doing business which in turn is passed onto the customer day. Oh, that's newsman. John Dempsey reporting. No doubt about it. And that will be far reaching all kinds of fields. Not only. Agriculturally construction on and on and on we we know the drill here. We know what's going on. And it's going to be best jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety now. Also, the news you remember the story. Just last week. We talked about it a little bit about this missing four year old girl. In a rest has now been made in the case of this four year old Houston area girl that went missing last Thursday, 26-year-old dairy and Vance who first reported the disappearance of Malaysia Davis last week. He was arrested on charges of tampering with evidence and could face a murder charge. He was the one that said a group of Mexicans beat him up and took the child default a false report. Jay did. Well, Vance told police that he malaria in his two year old son had been abducted by men who also stole his car, but surveillance video shows. Vance driving the same car and possibly stashing me as body hidden inside a laundry basket in the trunk of God. Yeah. The same basket was found in the trunk and cadaver dogs reacted to the sense of human a human body decomposing, basically vehicle earlier this year Malayan or brothers had been removed from the home by CPS after she suffered a head injury. Vance is currently being held at a one million dollar bond. What a loser. Yeah. Yeah. Mob came out over the weekend said, yeah, he's got some issues and. Yeah. Away from the man with the issue issues. Yeah. How about monster? Let's go with that. Yeah. No kidding. But it'll be interesting to see how this unfolds. Yeah. You know, these days if try to come up concoct a story like that that's going to that's going to fall apart very quickly with all the technology and everything, and I gotta last seven fifty here on the Todd Don show, and well, it looks like the subpoenas are going to continue towards the Trump administration. Just can't stop the just can't stop doing this. What would you got nothing else? What are you gonna do? It's true. You know? I mean, that's all the got. That's all they got Pena's over legislation. They have no candidates. They have absolutely nothing to have. No. They have no platform. They have. No, well, they do they have a platform. Well, yet, they free healthcare free education and open border. Okay. Yeah. I mean, that's that's the platform issued a slew of subpoenas in recent weeks targeting President Trump. And his administration including a subpoena for his capture terms and one for his sons testimony Democrats have decided to hold off on judiciary committee resolution holding attorney general bar in contempt Herrmann. Nadler says he's holding off on the vote to give ministration officials that time they need to comply with subpoenas that have already been issued relating to the president's business dealings and political activities story there from Fox News jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five nine these folks going to finally just get absolutely disgusted with themselves and just get tired of their own voice. What is that going to happen? Hopefully soon, please if you need a coffee to get through the day, you might wanna dial it back. It turns out there's a limit when it comes to coffee consumption researchers. They published a new article in the American journal of clinical nutrition. It reveals that six or more cups of Java ups the risk of heart ailments might twenty percent who drinks six cops. Stay people over here. Do it. All the time. Six cops. Absolutely. Yeah. What size of a Cup. I mean is that is a measurement of a is that that six ounces way seems like a lot of coffee six cups of copy seems like a lot to me sixteen tablespoons of the study marks the first time. Scientists have attached a Cup number limit. That notes went damage could start setting in and apparently six cups. You can start to damage heart. Now coffee's not not the most commonly consumed stimulant in the world wakes us up boost our energy and helps us focus, but people are always asking how much caffeine is too much. Yeah. Dr island hop on what the Australian centre for precision health says six starts the damage your body a little bit. Well, we're gonna have a bunch of people dropping like flies here at the station. No doubt caffeine is an absolute must for this profession at you've seen people in the break room flock to those the those coffee pots some do. I I have two cups a day to have for years. That's it. Just two cups. How many how many you don't drink drink tea got caffeine in it? Yeah. Yeah. That's where I get caffeine t- an occasional diet coke. And that's about it. But you don't like cough. I don't taste never been a coffee drinker. I can tolerate it. It's not that. I it makes me gag or anything like that. It's just nothing that I've ever gone Cup of coffee. That sounds good this morning. Good morning. Hey hymie. Ryan, I listened to the verify banging I came up at something. I've been thinking how many of these illegal aliens being cut loose with a court date that never show up fear. Well, the research is pretty clear they about half doubts various reports. And and yeah, that's why the the night circuit court of appeals allow the president to keep some of them on the other side of the border painting. Their court gates that doesn't work Melinda. Good morning on the Todd dodge show. Good morning. Yes. I was going in about a little girl that you know, God's the stepdad's Houston. Yes, sir. Yeah. Thing is if the mom knew what kind of monster. He was allowing the children to be around on around him. She should also face charges being over the weekend on press conference of her talking over the weekend. And she said that this guy has a record of molesting kids. What the hell is he doing what are you doing shacking up with this guy? Then that's the thing. And as a mother myself is why I'm saying until you know, we start also going after the mothers and making them serve time because they knew they put their children indeed situation, then it's never gonna end. They don't have any ramifications for anything that they do. So it's going to continue. They'll just go with the next guy and the next day. It's not gonna stop. No, you're right. You're right. She she she potentially put those kids in a dangerous situation. Yeah. He he he had a propensity towards that. He'll he'll do that. So you don't let your kids around ladies xactly. He's got issues. It's horrible. Man. It really is. Couldn't help it. Wow. 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How Much Coffee Is Too Much? Drinking 6 Cups In A Day Is Bad For The Heart, Study Shows
"If you need a coffee to get through the day, you might wanna dial it back. It turns out there's a limit when it comes to coffee consumption researchers. They published a new article in the American journal of clinical nutrition. It reveals that six or more cups of Java ups the risk of heart ailments might twenty percent who drinks six cops. Stay people over here. Do it. All the time. Six cops. Absolutely. Yeah. What size of a Cup. I mean is that is a measurement of a is that that six ounces way seems like a lot of coffee six cups of copy seems like a lot to me sixteen tablespoons of the study marks the first time. Scientists have attached a Cup number limit. That notes went damage could start setting in and apparently six cups. You can start to damage heart. Now coffee's not not the most commonly consumed stimulant in the world wakes us up boost our energy and helps us focus, but people are always asking how much caffeine is too much. Yeah. Dr island hop on what the Australian centre for precision health says six starts the damage your body a little bit. Well, we're gonna have a bunch of people dropping like flies here at the station. No doubt caffeine is an absolute must for this profession at you've seen people in the break room flock to those the those coffee pots some do. I I have two cups a day to have for years. That's it. Just two cups. How many how many you don't drink drink tea got caffeine in it?
"dr island" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Fits that criteria that I've established that if something is too good to be true. It is too. Good to be true a meeting. It's that true. Nonetheless. The Jerusalem Post, which is a very credible. News organization. Is reporting that an Israeli company believes in his cured cancer. That this can't be right. Correct. The story is slow motion moving its way through. The media and getting more traction and more coverage. It showed up at the drudge report it's being covered at a number of business sites. And suddenly, it's all the rage and websites that are devoted to biotechnology. There's a small company called accelerated evolution biotechnologies. It was founded in two thousand and it's based in Israel. The scientists there say. Quote, we believe we will offer in a year's time a complete cure for cancer. Our cancer cure will be effective from day one. We'll ask the duration of a few weeks. We'll have no or minimal side effects at a much lower cost than most other treatments on the market. I solicit will be both generic and personal. No as the Jerusalem Post points out. This sounds crazy. Yes. It does sound crazy. The somewhere in Israeli company believes that it's cancer. But. The company claims that in its tasks which so far involves laboratory mice, and there are about to go into human testing that it's been foolproof. Quoting from the story. Dan, Meridor chairman of the board of AT and CEO Dr island Morad say their treatment, which they call Muto multi target toxin is essentially on the scale of a cancer, antibiotic a disruption technology of the highest order. The potentially game changing anticancer drug is based on SOAP technology which belongs to the display group of technologies. It involves the sounds complicated. It's not it involves the introduction of DNA coding for a protein such as an antibody into a bacteria page a virus that infects bacteria. The protein is then displayed on the surface of the researchers then use these protein displaying pages to screen for interactions with other proteins DNA sequences in small molecules in other words, what they think they can do a screw up the cancer cells in two thousand eighteen team of scientists won the Nobel prize for their work unfazed display in the directed. Evolution of new protein. Teens in particular for the production of antibody therapeutics eighty BI is doing something similar, but with peptides compounds of tour more amino acids linked to the chain, according to more at peptides have several advantages over antibodies, including the fair smaller cheaper and easier to produce and regulate when the company first started Morad said we were doing what everybody else is doing try to discover individual novel peptide specific cancers, but shortly thereafter, more and his colleague, Dr Hanan sake decided they wanted to do something bigger to get started. They said they had to identify other cancer killing drugs and treatments don't work or eventually fail. Then they found a way to counter that effect for starters, most anticancer drugs attack a specific target honor in the cancer. So inhibiting the target usually affects a physiological pathway that promotes cancer mutations of the targets are downstream and their physiological pathways could make the targets not relevant to the cancer each of the cell, and hence the drug attacking it is rendering rendered ineffective in contrast. Motto is using a combination of several cancer targeting targeting peptides, for each cancer cell at the same time combined with a strong peptide toxin that would kill cancer cells specifically by using at least three targeting peptides on the same structure with a strong toxin more ad said, quote, we made sure that the treatment will not be affected by mutations. Cancer cells can mutated in such a way the targeted receptors at dropped by the cancer. The story goes on and gets rather technical. He explained that. Because cancer cells are born out of you taste that occur in cancer stem cells, most of the overexposed proteins, which are targeted on the cancer cell exists in the cancer stem cells Buddha toes, multiple target attack insurance that they will be destroyed. As well. More. Add said, the discovery could also reduce the sickening side effects of most cancer treatments, which stemmed from drug treatments interacting with the wrong or additional targets are the correct targets. But on nine cancer cells. He says motor does combine having a combination of several highly specific cancer targeting peptides on one scaffold for each type of cancer cell would increase the specificity of the cancer cell due to the avidity effect. I know this sounds convoluted. But as I said if there's any chance this company has figured something out. It would be the biggest story of. I'd say the last century in a in global health care. I doubt it's true. It probably can't be true. The company does say, however, that they are ready to go to human testing that it has been one hundred percent effective when used with laboratory animals ended the models that they've created. They see no reason that it wouldn't be effective with human beings. The story is getting Craxton, and it's out there if you wanna look into it the name of the company again is accelerated evolution biotechnologies. I'm sure that once the mainstream media picks up on some of the trickles of this. There'll be some talk of it in some focus on it. And so I think most people believe that anything significant that happens in cancer will have to be done by one of the major drug companies because if anybody was close, what are the giant pharmaceuticals would immediately pay a fortune to buy that company out this particular company. Accelerated evolution biotechnologies is not publicly traded because it's privately traded. They don't have any shot. Shareholder fraud that they can worry about it. Maybe they're overstating things. Anyway. The stories out there. Let me go to another fascinating story. This is what I predicted. You're seeing something that was only percolating before beginning to come to the surface. It's another example of when we start inventing rights for someone how they come into conflict with someone else's rights in this instance. Different groups that are part of the same movement that have been lumped together. And it's beginning to dawn on some of the people in the group that other people in that group that are being lumped together with them don't have the same focus. Cutting through all of that a number of lesbians are very concerned about the transgender rights movement. They claim it's anti lesbian. They claim. It's a men's right movement. Now, I made the survey on the show better than a year ago that all of this suggestion that we need to start creating special rights for transgender individuals, and we start to accommodate people redefining their gender to be whatever that they wanted to be. Is going to come into total conflict with people who have been advocating for gay rights. You're starting to see this prominent lesbian feminists are saying we should not be accommodating allowing women who are lesbians to be able to sudden they claim that they're mad think about that. For a moment. If a woman who has been identifying as a lesbian, suddenly redefines herself to be a himself and a man will then she is now he therefore no longer a lesbian. And if she is now, a, hey, she isn't interested in women's rights, which of course, is the obsession with feminists. There's a story on this one on PJ media CARA Danske, a feminist lawyer and spokesman for the women's Liberation Front. Spoke against the so-called equality act. At the Heritage Foundation on Monday, denouncing the transgender and gender identity. Movement is anti women anti lesbian in particular. Her remarks echoed the London pride March signed declaring the transact of ISM erases lesbians. Quote, this is a men's rights movement. This really is a men's rights movement Danske declared calling for men to stand up for women and denounce the transgender movement. Those fascinating stuff in a world has gone completely weird. We're we're allowing people to identify and call themselves whatever they want to call themselves without any regard to what their biology would indicate. You.