23 Burst results for "Dr Josh"

Dr. Josh Straub: Don't Use Screens to Suppress Children's Emotions

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Josh Straub: Don't Use Screens to Suppress Children's Emotions

"It. And the reality is if you don't ask, is when you lose control over it, because we suppress, we deny, or we repress these emotions, that's when it gets dangerous in us as adults as children. And I think what's interesting today is, and again, just becoming students of your children, the danger is, especially as you hit those teenage years, you know, in 5 year olds, preschoolers, you can see a behaviorally, you could see it, you know, as I mentioned earlier withdrawing, you know, maybe there's some changes in social situations, but as you get up into those ten, 11, 12, and teenage years, what we're doing now is finding is, you know, screens that are a major problem. As it relates to how we suppress emotion, even as adults, you know, we turn to screens instead of being able to sit with our emotion and be able to experience our emotion, we use screens to numb it out. And I think especially in those pre teen years games video games for boys, this is generally speaking, but video games for boys typically and then social media for girls and the idea of building social relationships. Those pre teen years are really, really difficult years for teenage girls trying to find where do they fit in relationships and so if we as parents aren't paying attention or we're just giving them the screen and letting them kind of do their thing, we're building a wall between our heart and their hearts. Right.

"dr josh" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr josh" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

"Even within the plant based world, get away from the coconut oil, palm oil, your blood pressure is probably going to come down. Stick with your doctor because you might rarely people need additional treatment. It's important to take advantage of that. Thank you so very much to all of the exam rooms who send in questions for today's show or join us live. You know, if you do nothing else next Wednesday, join us for the exam room live. We start everything at noon eastern 9 a.m. Pacific on YouTube and on Facebook. We would love to get your question answered right then and right there. But if you can't join us live, this schedule just.

"dr josh" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr josh" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Yesterday. The democratic governor of hawaii made the most difficult announcement to hawaii. Governor could have to make. He asked tourists not to come to hawaii whose economy is based almost entirely on tourism. Hawaii is the state with these second. Highest percentage of people with at least one vaccine. Does that eighty five point six percent but in the past the seven day average of new cases of nineteen in hawaii has increased by two hundred seventy percent and corona virus hospitalizations in hawaii have increased by four hundred thirty six percent. Nineteen days ago. On august fifth hawaii announced a mandate that state and county workers would have to show proof of vaccination or face weekly tests and almost every night since that announcement unmasked anti vaccine. Protesters have gathered outside the building. Where our next guest wild ten governor. Josh green lives with his wife and two children ages fourteen and ten. This video shows the protesters near lieutenant. Governor's home holding signs that read. Stop the laws. Protect the right to choose to live. Free and the last mandate is communism also know forced. Vaccinations the associated press reports. Some protesters yellen to bullhorns and shine strobe lights into apartment. Units green said flyers with his photo and the words jew and fraud have been plastered around the neighborhood. Green who is jewish has been tearing them down and turning them over to the state attorney. General's office ironically green wasn't home during a recent intense weekend of protests. He was on the big island working on his other job as an emergency room. Doctor and treating mostly cova nineteen patience during a record surge ingrown virus hospitalizations in the state and joining us. Now is dr josh. Green lieutenant governor of ohio. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. Dr green what what is your feeling about these protests. Suddenly there's a an order that goes out of state and county workers and the protests are up is it state and county workers who are out there antibac- individuals thank you for having me lawrence. Look i totally support. People's right to freedom of speech and onto protesting gathered peacefully. Some of this has been somewhat ugly. It's people that don't believe in science. It's people that unfortunately are willing to scare others away from becoming vaccinated away from wearing a mask and we have a pandemic amongst Unvaccinated like we're seeing all across america. The tragedy is is these individuals are going to get sick and and that makes me sad. I'm not gonna lie. I mean it's sometimes upsetting when people are at your home. Because i have a wife and children and great neighbors so it's really an appropriate but i will be taking care of these individuals as their physician in the coming weeks when they catch cova. We've had that big surge as you described of patients in the hospital. We're at about one hundred twenty percent capacity in our hospitals right now because so many unvaccinated individuals have caught cova. You're the lieutenant governor of hawaii. Not not the governor. Why do they think you're in charge. Well i'm very vocal. I'm a physician and i'm a voice of reason on behalf of science and that makes me a lightning rod. Look at the end of the day. Science is going to stop this pandemic not science fiction and you can't beat the biology of it cove it especially the delta barron is just crushing people who are not vaccinated. And i'm trying to bring calm and peace to the discussion but a lot of people are afraid and those protesters are afraid. They're behaving badly of course but when people get sick with delta they end up terrified in the hospital and this unsettles all of society. You're seeing a piece of the unsettled society. But it's okay. Look i will absorb some of the anger and rage as long as it means that we can get to the other individuals and get them vaccinated or get them wearing masks. People look at me For health leadership. Because i've been dr more than a politician in their minds. What do you tell your kids about what's happening outside of their home and what these people are saying about their father and do your kids know about the antisemitism. That's being expressed out there. They do this. Might amuse you lawrence so. I'm a jewish guy. Married to a mormon here in hawaii which is the way we do things. We are very multicultural. My wife is hawaiian. I'm a you know a person from pittsburgh new york and our kids are mixed papa. So we really embrace multiculturalism on multiple religions in our household we have high holidays for judaism and we celebrate christmas together Because that's part of our tradition. I tell my children. They know that their dad can deal with this. What they need to do is to be smart. They need to study. My daughter's fourteen is vaccinated. My ten year old son is actually in a quarantine right now because of his public school one of the other students tested positive. So he's intended isolated. He's healthy sammy. And so i teach them science and i teach them that eventually. We're going to come together as a country when we get through this crisis. They don't love it. it does upset them. My son was more upset. I think the my daughter. But i teach that america's a place where people can express themselves and also. We have to be forgiving. I also teach them to get ready for a future of caring for people because if this continues we're gonna need to provide a lot of care for people who've lost their way like these folks allies. Lieutenant governor dr josh greene. Thank you very very much john tonight. Thank you for the work. You're doing and we really wants to come back and tell us how things are going in the future. Thank you very much i promise. Thank you and coming up. The investigation of the january sixth attack on the capital could include obtaining phone records of members of congress neil cut. Y'all.

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"dr josh" Discussed on Hack

Hack

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Hack

"Restrictions on people's free speech in queensland they're not lockdowns and the nature of that to the best of my knowledge that the the one you referred to was very different to the event that was in new south wales on triple jack thames and rise with that story. Dr josh russi's he he's from dakin uni and he's been researching extremism and the protests. Thanks for coming on hack. So who is behind these rallies. Who's organizing them. Well first of all you report has done a brilliant job in some sort of broad. Coalition that's been formed is a number of Individuals who are really particularly important in all nauseam as events really with i where they coming from is as important who they are and As a reporter indicated antibac- says and The forty the this conspiracy movement particularly Pivotal to been particularly outspoken from the very beginning. And that would have becky mcglade sheep. Important patient from the vaccine really then A lot my maintenance Beyond that with walking over and citizen groups anti-globalists little side to this some garbage. All these outside. And i'm yeah. It is interesting though that we've seen a few of these little party tests throughout the pandemic but these ones seem to have quite a big backing and there were a lot of people from multicultural backgrounds. Let's women as well at the protests. What does that tell you about how those sorts of maybe fringe movements spreading into the mainstream. What they're building is the sense of frustration And like trust and disengagement from Government messaging as well Amongst the water segment of the community. I mean you're talking about a bank From areas have been particularly disadvantaged by the walk downs. He told me about people from victoria than the wool. Some and the western suburbs kikola in sydney Anecdotal evidence Many west within sydney people marching And people who feel the diving unfairly targeted It will working precarious employment People being the pistol is a job so small businesses so that think sitted frustration in the water community. You sort of spilling over. It'll be and being Drawing upon utilized by actor more of these rallies planned and we just had scott morrison. He said you know they're selfish but then he was also saying this freedom of speech we've seen 'em pays at these rallies i mean how should governments and authorities generally be dealing with these when there is so much division and there is a lot of frustration and anger about the current situation. It'll be up front politician What we really need now is bought partisan stance against in particular the fringe groups who actively organizing and And the pool politicians and cooling the lawn about the messaging. they're they're putting out. There really dislike the. Your parents speech libertarian. Id's around Liberty above all join directly from the american and they really don't have a particularly strong pricing strident. History and at this point in time is five. I sit down. We'll trust reuss. Who is an expert in extremism from dakin. Uni thanks so much for coming on hack and hey we do have more stories on body week for the rest of the way on triple j. Tomorrow we're going to be talking about. How social media affects plastic surgery. We're gonna meet lots of people who've been spending money on different kinds of surgeries and why. We feel the need to do that once. We've seen it on places like instagram and snapchat and so on. That's all we go time full on this episode. Catch you next time..

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"dr josh" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr josh" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"So first of all the first part of exodus. Twenty one is about hebrew servants who you can buy how how to go about buying them how to make them your slave forever. You don't just get to skip down to say anyone who steals another person because now you're talking about someone potentially stealing someone else's slave the bible specifically says that you can beat your slaves because they are your property. It doesn't just say this an exit twenty one. It also says it in luke. Twelve when in the parable about how slaves should be beaten in servants. Should be beaten this is. This is what the bible says. It says you shall own these. They are your property. They are your money in the king james and that you can pass them onto your children. You don't just get two point two verse. It says don't steal men because stealing men isn't slavery rare where is it a versus. Where is the verse that says thou shalt not own. Another person is property. It says she shouldn't have to mention room in or rule is going to answer my question or not drew. Are you going to answer my question. I can point to a by. I can point to multiple drew. Shut up and listen. I can point to multiple bible verses that say it is okay to own another person's property. Can you point to a bible verse that says it is not okay to own another person's property. Yeah i can give you twenty right. Now gimme one gimme. One fucking verse. That says it's not okay to own as property. I bet you you bet you honest interlocutor. How dare you fuck off drew. I just want to hear what he did. He'd said do unto others as you would have them do unto you. That's the verse. He went to of his twenty fucking verses that he could supposedly produce or the bible. Says don't on another human being he goes to do unto others as you would have them do unto you dry. You are dishonest arguer. And you're not welcome back on this show. How dare you make me wait through the whole show for you to tell me how i'm wrong and then come up with absolute bullshit like that. You know the bible can be whatever you want it to be. You know if you want to make a bigotry book you can if you want to make it a love book you can if you wanna make a day a discriminatory book. You can do that if you wanna make an acceptance book you can do that If i can throw in that slug for dr josh bowen's book a handbook to the old testament. He has a whole chapter that gets into debt slaves and chattel slaves and how it's not indentured servant hood in these in context and how expected that slaves be owned and beaten to keep them in line to keep them submissive and doing what they are commanded to do. And so don't let anybody throw out the canard about indentured servant hood and it was actually a congenial wonderful relationship between these chattel slaves and their masters. It absolutely was not anything other than owning someone else owning another human being and They'd i do recommend that chapter. I think he's got an actual whole book slavery in the old testament which i recommend everybody. Yeah absolutely so josh. His book the latest one which i had him on the show about the handbook to the old testament and prior to this. He wrote a book on. What does the old testament links slavery and then he. And i did a debate on it as well so first of all. Thank you ton for for joining us here this week. My apologies for Well dominating or collartoo because every time you spoke the show got better and and no no no every time you spoke the show got better and that didn't go unnoticed by me or anybody else and because of that if we got graphic can put up here two point some people just because there was a caller who didn't know who the hell south was and that that is an embarrassing situation there E- take out the thinking atheist dot com where you can also find seth's books Including converted sacred cows and confessions of former fox news christian. There's a lot there. And there's a ton of content.

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"dr josh" Discussed on Science Facts & Fallacies

Science Facts & Fallacies

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Science Facts & Fallacies

"I think actually saw her on. Joe rogan's podcast. A couple years ago and i remember her being very smart and very helpful and what she was talking about. So yeah great great Recommendation and i'm going to recommend people follow Dr josh blum. Who is a chemist at the american council on science and health. I work with him. Pretty frequently But josh is kind of a weirdo in that he goes into. Cvs is with his camera out and he snaps pictures of Homeopathic drugs and then he writes articles about why. cvs shouldn't be selling them so in the last one of the more recent articles he wrote he found that These these products which aren't supposed to have active ingredients have active ingredients right and then they don't top of that that active ingredient doesn't do what the front of the box says it's supposed to do and so i think he's almost got kicked out of multiple drugstores doing the so okay good for him because it s something that has had me for years that you could go into walgreens or cvs and right underneath the sign that says cough and cold. There's a box of airborne serious. This drives me nuts. They say the homeopathic remedy for whatever and my dad was not feeling well. He's an older guy you know he should get medical care and he goes into walgreens and he doesn't by his even by the name brand airborne he buys wall born he buys the wall board and then he doesn't do anything stuff is totally useless. Didn't work because the active ingredients in it. And it's it's a little. It's got like a smattering of vitamins. Somebody in sea and stuff and and he was really. You know my dad's a really smart guy and he was really surprised to find out that you could basically sell a pill or formulation of nothing and put that under a cough and cold sign. Yeah it's it's crazy. I also learned from I don't know if it was the same story. it might have been. But he was saying that the the big pharmaceutical companies as well they will switch out active ingredients. That are actually worse. They'd like they have lower. You know less helpful effect if you like. If you have the sniffles or something. And they say now with blah blah blah blah and it's a big fancy chemical name so people go that must be the the new and improved in reality it's just a cheaper ingredient that they can mass produce. You know so anyways we will We'll leave it there. Thank you guys as always for listening. Follow us on twitter as well at kevin volta at cam. J. english re tweet the show posted on facebook. When it comes out and leave reviews we love reviews. Only good ones and we will see you next week. Thank you so much..

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"dr josh" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"dr josh" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Another episode down. Podcast i'm your host. Dr mark costas. All right guys treat for you today. Got a great friend. Dr josh hall is with us today. A little bit about josh. From a relatively young age dr josh dreamt of a career in dentistry. After a family member at the time had been seriously injured in a car accident and a team of highly skilled dentists and oral surgeons helped restore the victim's mouth functionality and natural structure doctor hall knew what he wanted to do in life. This experience remained with him forever and shaped his future in cosmetic and restorative dentistry as. He too wanted to help people turn their lives around no matter what what type of dental care. They required josh's raleigh north carolina native. He graduated from the university of georgia and then went onto attend dental school at uab school of dentistry. All right buddy. Welcome to the podcast. How you doing today. actually. I remark excited. Great your yes. Great great to have you The reason i wanted you on is because you have a very interesting journey that that is a great start. Because as very similar to my path into dentistry except for the injured person was myself. Probably more comfortable to be able to watch that from afar. But yeah i mean interesting that Prior to that was was that was dentistry on your radar at all prior to that experience. Not really my mom was a she was a aren. So i knew healthcare was always in my future but i was kind of an drilling junkie when i was a kid so i thought. Er doc was like right down my lane and you know growing up. There was always a bunch of er doc tv shows but yet to touch on that story of and i know you have a traumatic experience that kind of open your eyes dentistry to my mom and my dad were driving in a car. My dad was in the passenger seat or my dad was driving. My mom was in the passenger seat. And this is when we lived in atlanta at the time in a twelve point. Buck just came through the driver's side window antlers just destroyed his face. What are the odds. I know i know and surprisingly enough. He's not a big deer. Hunter now i would be shooting every single dear after what they did him but i mean the body of the deer flipped over onto the hood or the the roof of the car and then just fell off but the antlers went inside broke his jaw in. I think three different places not teeth out. Cracked teeth broke teeth Luckily my mom had the wherewithal to take his foot off. The gas grabbed the wheel and just slowly guided in. But he would that traumatic event like it was really amazing to see the all surges ended honest the general finishes coming altogether and just rebuilding his face reconstructing his mouth so that really imprinted on me after that. I was like okay. This is this is what i want. Was he unconscious at the time when it happening. I think then like right when it hit he was he was unconscious after that. Wow i think there was blood and deer for everywhere in the car and one of the antlers almost hit his jugular. It was like about half an inch for from it so very lucky. That is the craziest story. I've ever heard. I'm sure i'm sure that he's got some scars. How how did it. How what was the post operative recovery. Like yeah i mean post op. He his head was like a beach ball. They wired his jaw shut. You know they put a few plates in there Some implants I i wanna say you know some of the details as we get older. It's a little fuzzy. But i wanna say it was around christmas time because his jaw was shut and we were having like turkey dinner and we bought him like baby food turkey flavored and he was like. That's disgusting thing. Yes the baby poop. Brown kind of soak through my my My teeth that sounds terrible. Awful so after that. I just i. It really opened my eyes to demonstrate. I never thought about it before. Just you know what we can do. We truly can do so kidding. That's amazing that's amazing. So you grew up in the south yet Grew up in the south lived raleigh charlotte and then basically grew up in atlanta after that. Yeah so did. My undergrad Uga university of georgia and then came over here to you'll be like you said and i always thought i'd go back to atlanta but not my wife and dental scoring. I just stayed in birmingham. Kidding was is she in the dental field as well. Yes she's a dentist also Okay thank you. We met my third year her fourth year. And i didn't get in front crate a little bit Well i didn't get in my My first go round to dental school. Either okay so yes. So we're we're the same age and at the time it's like. Why did this happen. Why didn't i get in. I know there's a reason now because if we in the same class i would have messed it up within the first or second semester where you would not have gotten married. So very nice. That's separation actually. Did you a favor. Yeah it helped me out. She she helped me with the patients and lab work and all that good stuff to later on down the roads. That's awesome awesome. So tell me about your overall dental school experience. It was at positive. Yeah i thought it was relatively positive We got a lot of clinical experience. Where i where. I went So it was good. I felt like the ministry came relatively easy but yeah overall it was. It was positive. I had a little bit of trouble with some of the subjective grading things like that. I always felt like you know you eat on talking about. It's universal as a five point. Five point scale for us like anything we did. As like can i ever get above three point to it and then you look at somebody that got a five. Oh and it's like. I honestly i'm doing my best but i can't tell the difference. Yes so random. It's like can i put my name on that five and see if it's still a three point five. Yeah i mean just mix them up and then sent him to like like send him to the same people and they'd probably give you know a three point five to somebody they just gave you know the same one that they just give a five to. It's just it's crazy. It's it's ridiculous actually. And that's the crazy thing is that you know if you want to specialize i never i. I always knew that. I wasn't going to specialize but if you want to specialize that those those random like occurrences make a big difference in your future. Oh yeah there's there's just no way to control it. It's really interesting absolutely. Yeah so okay so after after dental school. What did that look like for for you. Yeah so. I did a associate ship for about a year. I was very appreciative for that. But know it's one of those where i learned a lot of what to do and learned a lot of what not to do Tell me about tell me about the what's to dues first and then we'll go over the what not to do without throwing anybody under the bus. I mean it's just interesting to hear what what people learn in their associates. Yeah you know. I learned you know. Obviously how to get faster dated a lot where it was a lot of extractions. Lot of extractions. A lot of removable things like that. So i was able to get more comfortable with that You know how to deal with the team. You know because i kind of had my own assistance at that point so that was something on what what to do. What did you discover like what your favorite procedures were early on. Did you know going into private practice. That you liked end over. Didn't liked ortho or didn't like.

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"dr josh" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr josh" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Talking here with dr josh bowen. A cereal's pissed and author of the new book. The atheist handbook to the old testament volume. One we've got more comments and questions from our listeners. Eight zero three. I thanks so much for waiting. You're obama dr josh bowen. Who's this my name's. I'm sorry so your name again for me. Dc eec dece. Thank you for calling my friend. Question or comment for dr josh Question whether to how meaningful a concept of original manuscript is talking about something like the the old testament from my understanding than it all started as kind of oral tradition that was s down from generation to generation. You taking all the time until finally somebody put down the current version of details if original manuscript useful for scholarly station investigation. So there's this idea of multiformity so when you have oral traditions that are passing on these these stories and like certainly. This is not my expertise. There people that in the field that dedicate their entire career to. This is all try to do justice. The question is is there an original quote unquote autograph to go back to in some cases. I think that's the case right. So if you have a letter or a series of goals prophecies that are something written by jeremiah. or by zeke. You you know the these are things that are written by one guy. At least parts of them are written by one guy and then transmitted down. But when you're thinking about things like the creation stories of flood story you know or any of these stories in the primeval history or the stories about the patriarchs. These aren't things that are written by frank right. it's not like one guy sitting down and writing the story. These things are being passed on in this oral culture through oral tradition. And so what that means you've got different versions different forms of the essentially the same story. This is the argument and So then when they started to put down in writing. There's not this one original perfect canonical. Whatever you wanna call it form. That they're all trying to get back to. When you end up with as different versions that people are copying out and so then when you have these later manuscripts in you're looking back through them and you're saying okay. What is it that this story was supposed to say. Supposed to one hundred fifty days or suppose two hundred fifty five days you and you compare the manuscripts. He's able the original story must have had one hundred fifty days. The question is was there an original story. Is it even meaningful talk about that. And a good example of this might be. I wrote my dissertation on these religious liturgies from the early second millennium bc basically their prayers. That are written by these priests. And if you've if you have ever or you know someone who has ever given a prayer at like Something like an info gumming a like a ceremony or even at something like thanksgiving dinner. If somebody's come up to you and said hey. Would you mind giving the the the prayer before the meal. Depending on how formal that is. You might actually write it out not done this. I was a pastor for seven years. I've done this several times. Well there are certain phrases that if you're a christian you probably used right like The way you opened your prayer or lured beano bless this food to our bodies. May we serve you from the strength. We get from it with a strength. We gained from it or something sort of the stock phrases that we use you so you might add those in but the body of the prayer is going to be different each time so even though if you had to see ten different prayers of mine and they all ended with this may we serve you at the strength we gained from it. You know You wouldn't say that these are different versions of the same prayer. Just have sort of stock phrases that are inserted into each one. But they're all different so looking for an original version of that prayer might not even meaningful. What would that mean. there isn't an original version. and so again. It's it's it's different in many respects. But there's a it's analogous to it. That's a tough question to try to figure out. Is there an original. Sometimes yes i think other times maybe not. I'm sure everybody in the audience is wanting to know your dog's name. Because i hear a puppy back is was. It wasn't mind is that what's going on. That would be maggie. Django in sam or being quiet on the couch maggie is. She is disturbed about the inconsistencies and atrocities in the old testament and wanted to voice. That and i find the lack of snack that were given to dogs in the day. Maggie was the captain. The dog has come to be a part of the answer. Your question my friend or do you have anything else you want to follow up with. The i think that light on on how to consider it The only other kind of came up to me during that is how likely it was that there were possibly multiple scholars. Starting to write down these sales at the same time each with their own little tweaks. But i think the analogy to the transcription and preparation of prayer kind of bits in with that let's jump into that rook fast. I'll do it. I'm going to go ahead and in the call and you go take care of the critters but we'll follow up quickly. Okay and you can put me on mute. No worries thank you brother. I think that's an interesting thing. I mean you know. We see christianity which is came to prominence in a time when we were looking at the sort of sean re religions you know you had one religion says oh look. They've got a god has a virgin birth. You know maybe ours will have a virgin birth. Oh look they've got an all powerful. God that takes you to heaven posthumous existence. Or maybe that god did this or that or or died in some sort of passion. And we've done a lot of talking about how it almost became a popularity contest. Is that even washing with you is. There's some truth to that. Yeah i mean. I think we think very differently today. From what they did so example that i always give is. There's a very you've probably heard of it. A very popular very important text from the ancient world in acadian. And it's called the enuma alicia. And it's basically the babylonian creation story and features this god their their main god marzouk and martin does battle against the sea and defeats it and he's made supreme god over the other gods well. This text was recited. It was it was recited annually at this new year's festival down in babylon and is incredibly.

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"dr josh" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr josh" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Is video of today's conversation. You will find that link in the description box. The show one of the things i liked to do as a host on this broadcast is to invite people smarter than me and to ask them stupid questions and then they give me really smart answers. I've done this in the past with my special guest today. His name is dr josh. Brolin probably best known as dr josh. He is an assyria logist. Dr josh bowen. For those who don't know what in syria just is. Would you enlighten this police. So it's basically just going to school to study for ten years or so to learn all about the languages and cultures of ancient iraq and syria. We studied the languages of sumerian an acadian. And depending on what you do. I i learned hebrew as well along. Was you know aramaic. And some other languages but Yes just it's basically trying to understand ancient iraq from maybe three thousand to three hundred roughly bc. You do this for pleasure. It sounds like the kinda shit that they would test me on in school. And i would just be like. Oh god. how am i going to pass this class. Lucky you that much of a nerd i am. Yeah there's no question i mean. I married another assyria so thinking doubly nerd. I guess we're talking about a book that you have released. It's called the atheist handbook to the old testament. I'm interested and kind of irritated. I'm sorry you caught me right off of a tweet by a guy that i really like. His name is pastor. John pablo bits and for all practical purposes. He's just a humanist he just loves people and he's pissed off about the evangelical christian nationalist he and i line lineup on lot of stuff but he keeps tweeting that the bible is not the enemy of homosexuals in the bible is not anti gay and of course i i'm like have you read the old and the new testament john john. Have you read the bible. And of course. I i will respondents dude. I hate that these verses are in here but here in leviticus and here we jump over romans and here in first corinthians i mean the bible is over partly anti homosexual you address that in your book junk it actually will be in volume two of this particular series volume. One covers a bunch of stuff. But i was going to have it all in one book. But it's about four hundred fifty pages now. And so. I had a bunch of stuff written and i thought i'm just going to push some of that stuff over into volume to keep the book from being too cumbersome for peaceful yet it'd be lead then i mean we're just talking over coffee i mean what would you say to somebody like pastor john who comes forward and says well the bible's a love book yet. I think there's a tendency nowadays particularly with certain theological approaches. Which by the way. I'm very much in favor of in comparison to other theological approaches and those that would say we need to read the bible differently. You know we we understand. That homosexuality is not wrong. We understand that slavery is bad. We understand that you shouldn't stone children for being rebellious right. We we understand those things and so we need to re evaluate how we understand the bible and can we read it in such a way that it can still say all these terrible things but we understand like a bigger picture. We understand the god might have been doing something bigger than this. Like i disagreed. That's what's happening. I think it's just a book. But i'm much more in favor of people interpreting it that way but the reality is if you're asking the question of people asking the question what is it that the old testament the new testament say about something like homosexuality. There's this tendency to sort of whitewash. it like they. Do you know like people do a slavery and well. It's it's not. it's not so bad. This lever is not so bad I think that sort of thing also happens. We have On sexuality so in the final form that we have the old and new testaments. I don't think there's any question that the bible is condemning homosexuality. That's just something we have to the people that are going to take a theological approach. That says god is love and isn't against him sexuality has done they have to wrestle. I think with those passages. Because i think that's clearly what they say. I mean josh. Don't you grabbed by the shirt collar and say sodom and gomorrah a for me. That's right there. i mean which. Let's say it's a lesson a parable to help teach us about goodness in life. What is raining. Sulfur upon non heterosexuals. What life lessons are we to glean from that. I mean. is that a valid way to because that's one of my tactics i'm like somebody explained sodom to me. Yeah i mean it's som- damore is obviously an interesting story. Because i think it it. It has to do with their lack of hospitality. But i mean the broader point about sexual in the assessment. I think is just it stands. I mean it's hard to read through the vikas. Eighteen leviticus twenty in its final form and try to argue something other than the bible. Though testament condemns sexuality. I mean we have a video on our channel where we talk about what those passages may have originally said before they got edited and reedited. But i mean people base their theology on on the assessment. Aren't basing it on what earlier versions of asset or earlier Traditions may have. They're basing it on what it says in their king james bible right so i'll get to jump in here all right..

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Why Melchizedek Matters With Dr. Josh Mathews

The Bible Project

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Why Melchizedek Matters With Dr. Josh Mathews

"All right. Josh good to have you on the podcast. Thanks for having me. It's good to be here. What's also really cool. But both your hebrew bible scholar and all that you talk a bit about your background and what. You're up to now. But also you live in portland oregon. I do yes. Suburb of portland. Yeah but that was born and raised here. Yeah love it here yeah. It's great so the three of us actually all went to the same college around the name and period so there's a lot of shared memories in friends and so on so anyway school could have you here. We haven't had that many interviews with scholars who are from portland in fact Any i double high five. Yeah we gotta do you. Did your dissertation written a book on the story of milk kislyak and the role that he plays and hebrew bible before we get to nerdy about that though Maybe share with our audience. Your story who you are how you ended up maybe jesus and then how you ended up in biblical studies. Yeah grew up in a family that christian family. Both my parents came from christian family. So it's kind of more than i knew growing up and the bible was always valued. I mean not perfectly or anything like that of course but Always kind of had a sense of its importance and through high school. I kind of started to think more seriously about it. Like have some sort of a aptitude or not an aptitude like a taste for wanting to study at more seriously. Where some like role models or figures who you thought were awesome and they cared about the bible or just just youth group leaders and my dad and grandpa. Kinda the heritage. Yeah my grandpa. He by different bible every year and read through it every year and like make not save it and put it on the shelf. let's grandpa. Yeah that's cool. Yeah my dad's dad. So that was that was kinda whenever we visited them. I've see him first thing in the morning up doing that. And i'm just. I think as a little kid that made a big

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"dr josh" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"dr josh" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The valley clergy hope and pray more doses arrive soon. Reporting live, Peter. Same or Katie Air News. Thank you. Peter 2296 new coronavirus cases today and 214 new deaths reported in Arizona. The State Health Department also reports more than 12,400 new diagnostic tests. Over 19 related hospital metrics continue to trend down. And since it is on a steady downward trend, the executive director of the bio design instituted a issue. Dr Josh Will a Bear says Be careful over 13,500 deaths, which covert 19 well ahead now both heart disease and cancer. It is the leading cause of death in Arizona. Ah, lot of those deaths are in people who are middle aged and younger. Bear urges us to be vigilant in our approach to protect ourselves. From the virus. And although the cove in 19 metrics across the state are improving, Dr Marjorie Vessel with banner Health says it's too soon to declare victory. Personal accountability is so incredibly important, we cannot let our guard down. We should not get too optimistic about the fact that cases are declining. She says. The decline is thanks to people following safety protocols and fewer gatherings, but reminds Arizonans it's even more important now to avoid gatherings. As new, more contagious variants make their way into our communities. Katie our eyes on education. Our biggest hurdle continues to be the high community spread of coca 19 in our communities. Arizona's public schools chief highlights the challenges facing students, teachers and other school staff state Superintendent of Public Instruction Cathy Hoffman tells the mic broom head show. She's happy to see our Kobe 19 numbers going down. According to our school benchmark. Every single county and Arizona is still in the Red. Because of that some schools have remained closed, she.

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"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Mike your brain right. I mean if you wanna circle brain eat. Walnuts tying choline vitamin e. e. omega threes. All those things that support the brennan studies prove that a coconut looks like you're thinking about the meat of the coconut is the perfect food for your brain. And then it's got all these electrolytes that supports cerebrospinal fluid. I mean celery looks like your bones. It's one of the most alkaline of all the foods and has vitamin k and calcium in their beats. Look like your red blood cells. They boost nitric oxide. Ovaries are olives. Ovaries figs look like your testes. In fact the little seeds in their look like spur eaten enrollment culture to support reproductive health does look like your uterus. It's rich and magnesium yup in potassium which helps relaxing support the uterus.

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"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"The condition. I go through the exact top. Five verbs top foods a so. It's also a reference guide you can go to when you are a member of friend ever want to know exactly what to take. It goes through the exact prescriptions in natural madison and herbs. And things like that. But again i would just go to Amazon by the buck and just check it out. Check out dr oz and everyone else has written about it so anyways i'm really yeah i i am really proud and excited about this About about the book. Yes super helpful. You sent me an advance copy. And i've been going through and it's fantastic books. I would highly recommend you guys. Go check it out. So dr x. What are you doing on a daily basis. Let's talk about what you're doing breakfast lunch dinner. Let's talk about supplements or is your daily lifestyle. Look like yes so for me dame i. i know. it's probably really similar to what you do. So i follow a lot of these chinese medicine principles because i found my body feels the best when i do them So i wake up in the morning. And the first thing i do is i do. What's called by spiritual triathlon. So i spend about an hour of my morning Where i get grateful. I do what i call. Praise walk while. I i praise god and i pray and i listened to maybe a music and i'll sing and i'll just do that for fifteen minutes and i get back of a warm glass of herbal tea at new a pinch of of lemon and maybe i'll do milk. This sore stragglers her tumor wreck or some sort of tea and a little bit after that. And then i'll and then. I'll read and finish my spirit traffic on and then i will And then i'll all la and have breakfast and i tend to have a smoothie or oatmeal on the do sprouted oats sprouted rice and then i cook a crock pot overnight and i'll throwing go. Gee berries moat lana berries and collagen and there And then also a college collagen smoothie for breakfast. I'll do a scoop of bone broth protein. Coconut milk some berries though some herbs and there may be some spirulina. Do one of those things for breakfast. And then what i'll do is i tend to jump into my and i do a workout. Okay so i try and do all of that stuff before you know before bad before ten. Am i'm done with all of that and then You know through my workday for lunch though. I tend to do i mean for me. It's a lot of meat and vegetables. I mean that's sort of like..

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"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"You guys are gonna love the book if you have a chance. Leave a review on amazon. Thanks so much. In a lot of people have a degree of but now everybody was all five elements. And here's another thing that's interesting. When a woman gets pregnant and gives birth. All women are going to have more earth element start to play a role in their body in their system out there working so many ways. That's very natural for somebody to have a couple of elements that they are by have a primary and a secondary so so a few of the other elements and i can tell by someone's facial features. Typically what they are or very closely to which one of two they are and In so and again these are personality types too so they want to fire element. What is fire element as a country is most related to areas in south america and italy thing about somebody. That's very fiery and passionate. Also what's going to happen when you really passionate and dramatic if you're out of balance your heart rate's going to increase your blood pressure is going to go up. So what are they. Most you know the the thing they're gonna deal with most his heart issues With those with those people that are wired that thing real fiery charismatic italian or hispanic man or woman like that's that's fire element in chinese medicine and And so for them. They need to be getting a lot of beets foods that are radin color. Browns and reds are very very good for their system. The other is metal. Element metal think germany and japan. Okay like karate a martial art very china. The ancient chinese which is earth element china's earth. It's more this. These movements were more rounding in smooth so in germany. Very thing about everything in life is black or white right. That's that's that's metal and those people are going to deal with more lung and colon issues you'll notice. They're not known for their happiness. The germans and japanese. You're not you're very. And i say that because but they're the most productive who creates the best car you know how much detail you have to. Have you create a great car.

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"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Is really accurate like it's amazingly accurate. How much they're know the my mail right now like what's going on Chinese medicine did this. And i think it's the most accurate whenever done and they credit did it a personality profile and they were also able to determine basically The emotions are based on your this personality profile. Also here's what you should be doing health wise. It's a prescription for your health. And also it's knowing that there's there's different ways to to Get a little bit. But anyways that's what five elements is to start in. So for instance you have five elements Which are correlated with five elements of nature. So you have. Would you have fire. You have earth you have metal and you have wa utter okay and this is how people are wired and also the emotions expert so would elements like you and i when we come in to and you may not. I'm not one hundred percent your would but there's a good chance you are. You take the quiz. I didn't know i've yet. So so so anyways i was looking at. I think i might have some water or you explain. Would because i want to know. Yes i think i might be water when you look at would element they look like the the attr- like a tree like the roots of a tree. You'll see their veins. They're very lanky. Tend to be taller. Wiry frames That's what element what elements when they deal with emotions. They deal with frustration and impatience and woods also they tend to have be strategists. Big time planner if they want plan for everything In so that's a what element what element again is gonna deal with. Most of its impatience. But they're not really organ. Systems are liver and gallbladder if they're going to have a health issue. It's gonna tend to be liver gallbladder related trouble digesting fats. Because that's the organ system that is taking the most Most of that brunt water element is my wife chelsea. She's a water. Water elements are very deep thinkers. Think about how deep. The ocean is there philosophers. They have great wisdom when they're in balance water elements are more rather than having a plan for everything. They're more like. Hey let's go with the flow. We don't have to have a plan. Let's just kind of you know you know. See how this thing goes. So there are a little bit more go with the flow but their strength is going to be wisdom. They're very very deep people. I love having those really deep conversations and they're also tend to be more introverted. Now are the most introverted followed by secondarily woods after them. And then you've got fires. We are the most extroverted and earth metal somewhere the medal. But that's sort of how that works and so But that's that's what. Our water is most related to the adrenal glance and hormonal system..

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"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Get too much water in an area. Flood the area damp that it has to have that to grow same as with overgrowth of yeast or fungus or parasites thriving your body a has to be this damp environment so you got to create a balanced there. And they do that. Using food. as medicine. So bitter foods radishes artichokes and and Water crass and all those foods broccoli rabe sasha penny. Those foods. Help get rid of that. Damnest thing about if you've ever had if you ever have a cold or flu and you wanna kick virus though. Have you consume food. That tastes super better. Like none of them taste good. Like echinacea straight were gold or any of those they taste bad they just taste eater bitter astringent because those are the things that get rid of dampness which that viruses light to thrive in that environment so really the way to heal disease and chinese medicine. Is you change the internal environment to kill you. Don't try and kill the thing itself you try and do things you try and change the environment and strengthen your own body so your body can actually kill the virus for you. So i think that's a lot of the mentality there. I'm gonna give you another example of this and sorry to go on and on and on here. I think this is just so fascinating when you look at breast cancer like my mom had breast cancer on her left side why her left side versus her right side left side. Chinese medicine is yang. Which essentially means it's working it's doing it's doing things still have. Somebody depletes themselves to the big breasts are breasts are is two things. They're nourishing for child in also. They're seen as a sign of of sexuality. So those two things and they're more than that but again and those are two of the big parts of the of the purposes they serve now left side though young and chinese medicine. Means you give something you're giving. When my mom was a sort of mom who worked fulltime job raised three kids cook dinner at night..

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"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Which. I don't run anymore. But when i did i used that with patients and i started saying i want to teach this to people. And that's why i started writing books and i found a doctor acts dot com and just want to get out there and continue to teach people how to use food as medicine. But that's really how this this book was. Birthed yeah amazing story. And i know your mom personally so So really cool to hear that the full story there and let's talk about chinese medicine. How you got into chinese medicine and you talk a lot about it in the book. So let's talk about what heisman. Chinese medicine is. All about why. I started learning about chinese medicine. Probably in a similar way to you. Deductor day was just as i was studying at school. I i write a lot of articles. You know we would go on mccoy dot com david williams and then i would just search studies and i learned all started learning about to merck and ginger in green tea and all of these things. Will my mom. Also got that diagnosis. I researched even more. And i started looking up. Things like diets for cancer herbs for cancer ancient nights for cancer and i came across. Actually kito diet. Which was one. You'll notice when i share what my mom a there weren't a lot of carbohydrates there. it was borderline. I mean in a way it was it was it was sort of kito. It wasn't intentional to go fully kino intention to keep her carbohydrates very very low and then also. I started reading about these. Mushrooms came across rishi. Mushroom and i was blown away. The research on rishi and court accepts and my taki and then i started reading about green tea and this compound eeg cg in the cancer funding properties. I started reading about a stragglers. Another thing my mom took it. Times was a straggler us and some of these herbs so i started learning about it then and started using some of those with my mom and helping her heal..

"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"And it is a neuro supportive. Blend of eight full spectrum mushroom extracts and something called neuro factor which is whole coffee fruit. Extract you guys. I'm a huge fan of medicinal mushrooms. I take them to support my immune system and my brain health but virtually every mushroom product on the market is not really mushrooms. It's actually just a part of the mushroom it's called the my silly and they actually grow it on grain the grain can actually cause gut irritation and interfere with your body's. Absorption of the little mushrooms that they've got included in it now paleo valley's neuro effect actually contains a blend of eight whole mushrooms. They're not grown on rain. So you get the entire mushroom instead of just a piece of it. The product is greater than twenty six percent beta glue cans which are the medicinal elements of a mushroom. Now let's compare this to coffee. One of the ways that coffee works to increase your focus and energy is by modulating. Your body's secretion of brain derived neurotrophic factor or b. d. and f. If you've listened to the podcast or any period of time you've heard me talk about beady. Nf it is a protein associated with a learning and memory it also protects your current brain cells and it encourages the growth of new ones. That's why it's no surprise. Has the nickname miracle gro for the brain but we all know that coffee also can have negative side effects like crashes in the afternoon stained teeth dehydration headaches addictive properties. I mean you guys know this. And that's why we meant looking for a different way to increase your and without those negative side effects..

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US officials express concern over possible shortage of COVID-19 vaccine

Morning Edition

04:43 min | 2 years ago

US officials express concern over possible shortage of COVID-19 vaccine

"More more than than 3000 3000 people people dying dying from from Corona Corona virus virus every every day day here here in in this this country. country. There There is is a a sign sign of progress. Though the number of new cases is declining significantly, vaccines are the key to making sure that trend continues. But getting the vaccines where they need to go has been problematic. NPR's Allison Aubrey joins us now. Hi, Allison. Good morning, Rachel. All right. We're gonna start with some numbers about 22 million shots have been given which is good. That's about half of the total doses that have been distributed across the country, though. So you've got 20 million other doses available. And yet some cities in hospitals say they're running out of the vaccine. How is this disconnect? Explain this, right? Okay, so I know it sounds counterintuitive, but they're actually two things happening at once. Right? Okay. So manufacturing is accelerating. Visor and Madonna have distributed more than 40 million doses around the country to every county, every state. But many more people are now eligible to get the shot at a time when states are just figuring out logistically Rachel how to scale this up, and that's creating a bottleneck. I mean, some places they're doing better than others. I spoke to Dr Mark Boom, he's CEO of Houston Methodist, part of the colossal Texas Medical Center system. Now they're using doses as fast as they can receive them. But it's not enough. Each week. We run out waiting for our next shipment. It's really a supply constraints issue. We coordinate across our city's about doing this as quickly as possible. So we're confident we can do this. As a community. It's just a matter of getting more supplied more quickly. Yeah. So at this moment, the vaccines are still think of them as a scarce resource, and that creates anxiety. It creates confusion right and this helps account for all these stories. We're hearing about people who get an appointment to get the vaccine, and then they get a phone call or an email saying your appointment's been canceled or postponed. So, I mean, can the vaccine makers just produce market they produce enough to help meet the demand and the Biden administration's goal of 100 million doses in 100 days? Well, you know, administration officials think so and look to be fair, even as the new administration came in last week about a million doses a day were already being administered, which is what's needed to meet that goal if we stay on track, but there are now lots of head winds to keep this going, White House Chief Chief of Staff Ron Clean said on NBC yesterday. There are multiple challenges. It's a very complex process that needs help on all fronts. We need more vaccine. We need more vaccinate whores. We need more vaccination sites. So he's saying there's a lot of challenges there, including the need to produce more vaccines, huh? That's right. We got to go back to that. I mean Fizer of modern it need to deliver millions of more doses per week. Rachel to stay on track, and this is tricky. These companies have to scale up factory capacity deal with supply chain issues. And remember this is brand new. It's the first time I am already technology has been used at this massive scale. I spoke to Dr Josh Sharfstein of Johns Hopkins University. He's been being considered for the top posted the FDA, he says. Given how complicated this is the urgency, Majorino, Fizer and other companies may need help, including maybe the use of the Defense production act to boost shortfalls. Just hoping that the company's alone will come through may not be enough. And so one of the key aspects of the Biden plan is to roll up the government sleeves and say, How can we make sure you have the supplies? You need the machines you need and potentially even expand your production capacity. So big picture here, Rachel, this is going to take some time. Many months. I mean, another potential challenge occurs to me. What about folks who've gotten their first dose? Right? This is a two does vaccine So they've gotten the first shot. But what if they can't get the second shot on time? Is that okay? What? Mm. The CDC says the second dose should be administered as close to the recommended intervals possible, which is three weeks for the fire, Sir vaccine four weeks for the Madonna vaccine. However, if this isn't feasible, that agency says the second dose can be delayed administered up to 42 days after the first toast. I spoke to physician Gabe Kelen at Johns Hopkins University about this. He's overseeing the vaccine distribution there at the university. So in their preliminary studies, you know when they looked at what is the shortest reasonable time to give a booster turned out to be three weeks and four weeks? That doesn't mean giving the booster at six weeks isn't justice affected for longer term? Community. You know, he says there is limited data here, so no one knows exactly how long this gonna extend out. But it makes good sense that there's legal room here.

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"dr josh" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"dr josh" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Handsome. You might as well just sit there. Look out for seriously. Jordan. Reuben, Right here Next to me. Just heard about ancient Nutrition co founder Dr Josh Ex ancient nutrition co founder. Cocoa. Uh, so you guys get along good. Most days way. Get along. Great. Thank you Figure. Hey, These guys are like these guys are like so famous that I know. We're so privileged German. You told our daughter that lives in Sarasota? Yes, We're having doctor acts on it. And what does she do? She was thrilled, she said. To tell you how much she appreciates you guys and what you're doing and she is going to she's going to start. I don't think she started yet, but she's going to start. She's been on a few diets. Yeah, she has. Yeah, but like it's like this one here, I think we're really But like most people Consistency is the deal. Listen, it is On and that's what you have to get either. Do you have to train yourself to do that? Or is it is it a natural or unnatural? I think you have to be motivated and the plan has to work for you. You shouldn't have to work for the plan. And I think that's the key with most diets and we're going to talk about today is really a secret that our ancient ancestors Knew and took advantage of and today for I think the first time this generation has been devoid of these key nutrients that can support The inside and the outside of our body. I'm talking about our bone strength. Our skin, our hair. Our nails are digestive function, joints, ligaments and tendons. All of those are comprised of one Protein that most people we know. Don't get enough of But collectively, our parents and grandparents consumed almost every day..

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EU nations kick off mass effort to distribute COVID-19 vaccines

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

EU nations kick off mass effort to distribute COVID-19 vaccines

"The EU have begun a coordinated effort to vaccinate the most vulnerable among their nearly 450 million people. Those vaccines began arriving in the EU countries on Friday. The first doses of covert 19 vaccines are being administered to Italians today, with the first in line being healthy. Workers and stuff and elderly people in nursing homes. The first was a 29 year old nurse at Rome's Infectious Diseases Hospital that it will be the turn of over eighties and those with chronic illnesses. Next will be the general population on the hope is that in nine months herd immunity will be reached in Italy with 42 million people vaccinated. Sabina Castle Franco CBS news Room. There have been at least 16 million infections in the used 27 nations. More than 336,000 people have died and as that vaccination drive begins across Europe, the French government is taking a more low key approach. The first vaccine shots were injected into the arm of a 78 year old Morissette in a long term care facility near Paris. Cardiologists Dr Josh Jackman swears who took the vaccine shortly afterwards, said taking the vaccine. Was also of national interest. They are vaccinated. We are vaccinated. We're all in the same boat and the boat cannot sink and around the boat. There is a country that cannot sink. However, many French remember French health scandals in recent decades involving mismanaged vaccines, Many others are worried about the speed in which the vaccine was developed and are anxious of the side effects. It may bring. I'm Karen Sharma's.

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New hand-held device promises relief from anxiety, insominia, depression

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

New hand-held device promises relief from anxiety, insominia, depression

"I hand held device promises relief from anxiety depression insomnia and pain for many dealing with chronic issues like anxiety or insomnia the solution is often hills but now you can use pulses Dr Josh Brierley says alpha stim targets the body's internal system to bring relief it's designed to just kind of balance out the nervous system increases alpha waves in the brain we are FDA cleared to treat anxiety insomnia depression and pain the prices of the two devices is a thousand dollars but marketing manager Daniel Boyd says alpha stim is still a bargain you look at the cost of the device right out over several years and years then you're really looking at a much better value than if you were to take prescription medications for that long there are two models one designed to treat pain one doesn't I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Mobile hospitals: President Trump orders FEMA to help California, New York, Washington

News, Traffic and Weather

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Mobile hospitals: President Trump orders FEMA to help California, New York, Washington

"Now following an sos from governors that more hospital beds will be needed the president announcing female will be setting up medical centers in the three states with the most corona virus cases New York being supplied one thousand beds two thousand in California and one thousand Washington additionally the navy's hospital ship the mercy expected to arrive in Los Angeles this week to help local hospitals but will not treat covert nineteen patients another hospital ship the comfort dispatch to New York to assist in the efforts in the coming weeks this as some health care workers are still sounding the alarm about their dwindling supplies it's scary time to be a doctor in America and especially in your internal memos written by Columbia university's chief surgeon Dr Craig Smith say that his hospitals have seen a fifty percent increase in corona virus patients burning through forty thousand masks every day adding that officials predict the number of cases might not even peak for another thirty two days and some doctors stunned when the CDC posted on their site health care professionals should use a bandanna or a scarf along with a face shield as a last resort when face masks are no longer available but the CDC also noting the effectiveness of doing so is unknown E. R. Dr Josh will Lerner posting on Facebook comparing the CDC suggestion to quote sending a soldier to the front line in a T. shirt and flip flops companies like three M. saying the ramping up production of those critical N. ninety five respirator masks Haynes retrofitting their factories to produce cotton masks and apple and Tesla donating mask from their factories this as testing is increasing but not nearly to the level

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