6 Burst results for "Dr Larson"

"dr larson" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"dr larson" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

"Is i agree. Like i think i probably have a tendency to walk too fast. Push my dogs through a lot of cover. Probably walk by birds that you know had gone slower. Given the dogs time to sort things out And like you said when you're by yourself that's easier to do mike. My little pup rose. She is displaying like an ability to like. I'll really give her a lot of time because she just had shows an ability to kind of sort this out and like it's almost like a bird materializes just because i gave her the time to work it out whereas you know like my sometimes my desire to explore and get around the next corner like pushing them through that stuff but i by watch rose come to a couple of times out there and i'm like oh there's gotta be a birth. I mean she. She's locked up tight. And then she relocate a little bit locked backup and finally with one of those last woodcock she got in. There is exactly what i was watching happened happened again. And then the woodcock got up was just the way it supposed to work. Yeah and there were a couple spots in there. Where in this is you know again. We've talked about something new for me and it was fun to stop on a hillside or you know heading up a hill until watch her kinda swing far to the right and then come back left and then all of a sudden you know wheel around and then come around the other side and and you know i in some cases that meant we were working something. In other cases she was working sent. But it's cool that that promise that you have in that moment yes. Yeah that's like even if there's not a bird in the air and like if you get a ton of unproductive points she's pointing and nothing happens like you can get. That can get frustrating. I guess maybe a word to put it. But it's no less thrilling. Like uc that doggone point you're like even if you don't put up a bird like you've had you've had some excitement going on there rose in particular. She's a young dog. Take year or two to learn that she can't put that much pressure on a bird. Yup and that it's going to you. Know flush relocate and it it just takes time. I mean watching the difference between harley work in her work today was totally watching a dog on its way up and experienced dog. That knew exactly what was going on. Both both are exciting amazing to watch. Yeah hardly seemed like he could stay on point for an infinite amount of time whereas you know rose was if the bellwood stop and your ways off. I'm thinking you know she just gonna wanna move again right right. Yeah because nothing's happening and we're we're not moving quick enough. Yep yeah i would. I would agree with your with your assessment and i would say you know both of them being my dogs like if they rose moving a lot today it seemed like in you know she was getting hot. She was looking for us timer to. I think she was working. She was working sent at different times. But we didn't put up a lot of birds in in a lot of those places so it wasn't like you would say she bumped that bird. She messed up or anything. The bird wasn't there or whatever it was but both of them. If they're like when we got back to the truck actually was kind of joking because unlike this is tied to get rose back and sure enough. I unlocked the truck. And we're kind of standing here and all of a sudden she's gone and i knew she was gone and then i my watch vibrating. And she was one hundred ninety yards away on point and i. My gun was unloaded and loaded the gun backup and i hiked out there. One hundred ninety yards. I founder went around or kind of took a roundabout way to her and walked in and there was a woodcock under knows for about five minutes and mckay. She had it. She stuck it flushed. It and i was fortunate to kill that one. Yeah i think the woodcock probably really good learning opportunity for 'cause they're gonna hold tight they're gonna hold right under knows typically out and she's she's still got to grow into that backing off the pressure on grouse. I mean i. I've a friend that had settled moved. Kind of the same thing happened early. When they're young. just yeah. They are Very driven dogs. They haunt with amazing speed but it also if you watch them. They're pretty efficient. Yeah and so but they're covering a lot of ground. yeah and i think that When they're young they can just get a little too much pressure on birds. Yup that's a feeling process. And that's a that's an i've seen i've seen rose do it right a lot and i've but out here today she she won on point. We weren't that far into our walk. She went on point and we heard the bell circle again. And then we heard two grouse get up. You know so pressured those and you. You're hoping as trainer and handler that that was a learning learning moment for her. But that's that's part of hunting hunting with bird dogs at least when it all comes together. It's very very exciting. Why don't you know honestly we wouldn't have to shot at those nerds either way exactly. It's nice to know they're they're you know and again when i'm cut my dogs loose that we're contacting birds and yes. I have a desire to get them. Pointed in milwaukee in and shoot them and stuff but knowing that you're getting girls contacts and stuff that's that's what we're out here to do for sure and it's been a great day of it. Yes little warm. I think it's actually a little high cloud cover like i'm wondering like i am. I feeling like have we just been sitting here. We ate a sandwich. Are we cooled off. If we start walking again. Is it going to get hot but we are getting to that time of year. It's three thirty now. The son plays out. Its course a little bit quicker in the evenings get a little bit cooler or getting to the point where the dogs are well rested and we've got a high patches sears clouds working in two so that will provide a little more shades because that could do some good for us. I don't know how the birdsville about it. But i feel good. We're important too because we were getting really hot earlier. And i think we got maybe hundred yards from the truck and we were all thinking. Oh man this is. This is hotter than. I'm used to this time of year. We were ready to emerge from the brush. Yeah well matt we. A- we need to talk minnesota. Vha whatever sure what's called bird podcast but cwc's rearing its ugly head again in the state chronic wasting disease and the deer population Testified to House committee and informal committee. I guess it was back in september We had a deer farm tests positive up near bemidji really and they were disposing carcasses on public land. Oh excellent tax forfeit public land. So land has been at the expense of the dnr of a little under two hundred thousand dollars. Twelve acres of public land has been fenced off And listening to dr larson of the university of minnesota's I can't remember which department he's with. But i think it's Ulcer homestead rap group The prion that it's a prion disease got malformed protein. Yeah and so it survives. It'll sit in the soil forever right. i mean it. They've they've got a new arctic. Quick test they've come up with and They're the they've tested and they'll find it in the soil. They can find it. Implants they can find. It's it's kind of a scary thing that we really need to address so we came out with a stance in support of The minnesota deer hunters association Put out a letter to the tribune that was published Basically saying we want to shutdown. Serve it farms in the state of minnesota I think saint louis coney justice read. Yes yesterday passed a moratorium on saint louis county. It's real on it. Absolutely the i don't know if they had any kind of they might have one or two but so the moratoriums one of the things we've asked where that we stop adding new farms Board of animal health and the minister. Dnr at the.

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"dr larson" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr larson" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Beginning of the episode and as a refresher here are the truth and one lakh number one. Harriet tubman is first trip. Back south was to rescue her brother's number two. Harriet tubman was not known as moses to the slave catchers like we see in the movie number three. After harriet escaped her husband john remarried a woman named caroline. Did you find out which one is ally. let's count it backwards and start with number three. After harriet escaped her husband john remarried a woman named caroline. That is true. As we learned from dr larson heriot escaped in the fall of eighteen. Forty nine and she was devastated. When she returned a couple years later and found out that john had moved on and married a woman named caroline. That brings us to number two. Harriet tubman was not known as moses to the slave catchers like we see in the movie that is also true and by that being true. Of course what i mean is that harriet tubman was not known as moses to the slave catchers. In fact as dr larson pointed out slave catchers didn't even have any idea who she was at that means number three is the lie. Harriet tubman is first trip. Back south was to rescue her brothers. The movie had to change the time line around a little bit. But dr larson clarified the timeline. For us harry escaped in the fall of eighteen forty nine and her first rescue was in eighteen fifty. She didn't rescue her brothers until a few years later in eighteen fifty. Four that just about wraps up our time together today before we go. The last thing i like to do. Each episode is to share. How much time and effort into creating this episode. My hope in sharing this information is to go beyond just my podcast. But hopefully you'll start to appreciate all the podcasts that you listen to for free just a little bit more. Of course i only have these stats for my own show. So with that said today's episode took a total of forty one hours to create as i always do. I want to make it clear that only my time for this one episode in other words. That forty-one hours does not include my guest time researching the subject matter. We talked about. It also does not include the time it takes for me to do. Podcasts related things. That are not a part of this one episode. For example the time it takes to maintain the based on a true story website Social media email newsletter. And all those other little things outside creating a single podcast episode that are still required to make a show overall all those things take time to set up and maintain and cost money in that goes beyond the things that are associated with this one episode. But they are things that are required. Because if i didn't do those things there wouldn't be any episodes of based on a true story at all in a nutshell. This podcast may be free to listen to but it is not free to create..

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"dr larson" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr larson" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Alan howard and casey limits the latter of whom also directed the film joining us to separate fact from fiction in the movie is kate clifford larsen a historian and author of the book bound for the promised land. Harriet tubman portrait of an american hero. Dr larson was also the historical consultant on the movie. Before we connect with dr larson. No it's time to set up our game to truth and a lie if near the show. Here's how it works. I'm about to say three things. Two of them are true and that means one of them is a lie. Are you ready okay here. They are number one. Harriet tubman first trip back south. What's to rescue her brother's number to harriet. Tubman was not known as moses to the slave catchers like we see and movie number three. After harry escaped her husband john remarried a woman named caroline. Got him okay. Now as you're listening to our story today your challenge is to find the two facts scattered somewhere throughout the episode and by a simple process of elimination. You'll be able to find out which one is ally. And of course we'll do a recap at the end of the episode to see how well you did all right now. It's time to chat with dr larson about the historical accuracy of harriet. The.

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"dr larson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr larson" Discussed on KGO 810

"To all your favorite slots and table games. Cash in at Cache Creek and by video on Lee get operated HD TVs at better prices in the club stores or online. He gets a couple more. Utah's lead is now 6 72 64 to 40 to go Bradley with the catch on the left side on the deep ball drives in gets Andre Kelly Andres Short, one straight on it's the back of the rim was straight up and then hits the bottom of the Net. 70 66 good touch, not an easy shot. Larson guarded by Foreman to Martinez, rather Carls He's got one dribble. Looking for a place to go. It's the Martinez Brown chasing him. Martinez and his stutter step goes baseline running at a Rome. Now he's got it. Five to shoot Martinez pump fake in the corner 32, and it's gonna be a hold very defense for 26 seconds and then a file. I don't know how. Martinez I have no idea how he did not step out of town. The baseline, right? Yeah, but he didn't know I didn't know. This guy. Mean, let Ze face it. They're auxiliary players have been the difference in this game, and Martinez. It's just had a terrific game for them. He's got 14 and counting. Let me first when he made his commitment to Utah. Two days later, his dad became an assistant coach. And, uh, he's making his dad pretty proud today with the way he has played ever just three tonight has 15 against the Bears looking for 16. So he's five points over his prior season high Him against USC all six points the last six points by Utah at the free throw line. Utah takes 32nd Time out, You tell us 72 Cal 66 It's time for the Bank of the West scoreboard report already did that one forgets. OK, this 29 20 right over the lead over stance was thinking about that in my head. E was think about the two silvers is what I was thinking about was running through my head. I one thing to play. Big time college basketball. No, this year's a tough year. But just think about playing against your brother. I mean, just think. Think of that. It's one thing to play in the backyard, but to get out there and not, you know, sometimes one sits on the bench one place but to actually get out there and compete. That's pretty neat for the this Elvis. And you wonder what it was like a year ago when Oscar to Silver, maybe. In the game at Colorado. We ran into everybody and he went down and when he was down on the floor for a long time, that was scary. That was really scaring you. You know, you get your brother there and you got your folks back in Munich watching the game, but both of those guys there High level young men. In addition, being good basketball players gotta know Oscar little bit impact called media days and you know, we talked earlier in the show when we were looking at the scoreboard report. A huge game for both those teams is huge, and you really don't know who it's more important for. I mean, Colorado has got the highest net right percentage. Or ranking in the conference. Top 20 in the conference are in the nation, but and Stanford there on the bubble, so there's probably more pressure on Stanford there at home, right. You can't lose. Home games down the stretch. There's have the bowl. They inbounded to Brown. Two minutes to go. Utah 72 Cal 66 Brown picked up by martinis, 378. Career day so far, Joel going to get it to Bradley guarded by Alan Matt. On the left side, we'll clear out. Matt can do what you want now is gonna drive left side all the way into the rack. Matt finishes there's screaming. There should have been a foul. I don't just say it was the secondary defender. I mean there was contact 72 68 1 35 to go Mark Fox, still hot under the collar on that one. Martinez has got it. Now. Give it to Larson 13 to shoot 12 1 25 to go, Larson. With the dribble with a shake of top. Not gonna drive left side acrobatic shot. No good, but he got fouled on the ends up going right over the hurt rental signs on his backside. Just got to be able to defend without following In the last two minutes. The Bears have been able to do that, you know, and Larson He gets the high screen from Carlson and then he's He's on the fly and poor Joel Brown when he's been screened, and he's trying to catch up and nobody steps in to take a charge. And be on ball defender who was defending the guy that was screening didn't step out. T Shave him. That's one thing the Bears don't do. Much of a lot of teams will shade, you know, pop out the Bears do it a little bit, but not as much as some other teams and that was a classic case where you've got to be able to shake. You've got to make him Away from that straight line. Dr. Larson knocks down a couple no surprise. He entered the game in 91% free throw shooter 22 24 back to six for Utah. 74 68 1 13 to go. Forman, That's top little shake was over to Brown Brown catch back to the scale of anticipates Bounce pass down to Bradley on the right side, Matt. It's a double team lost the ball young tune and picks it away. Gets it, Alan. One minute to go Now, the bears in a heap of trouble, Martinez in the corner thought about it. No. Why? Why is not to pull the trigger on that one still 48 seconds. Kill brown out there making things tough for Larson. It's gonna be a foul on Joel is number one in white number one and red end up. The pile of humanity at the half court line driving that last possession kind of said it all for me in some regards in that bears were trying to post up Matt Bradley..

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"dr larson" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr larson" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"She's professor of anthropology, risk and decision science at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She says that people have four fundamental questions when it comes to getting shot. Found was four domains, confidence in the importance and the effectiveness in the safety and is a compatible with my it least. Religious or otherwise. Interestingly, you really look globally the data on comparing it to actual vaccine uptake perception of the importance of the vaccine is actually the strongest predictor of vaccine acceptance. Dr Larson says the populations that are most vulnerable to covet exposure or serious outcomes for the disease, including native latter necks and black people, and people with low incomes are also the most likely to experience vaccine hesitancy. Most widely held concern across the population is about the safety of this shot and its potential side effects thing. Same time. If people believe in the importance of the vaccine, they're much more willing to tolerate a bit of risk. Dr Reid Tucks in is a member of the Clinical Center Research board at the National Institutes of Health and the founder of the Black Coalition against Cove. It It's a group of community organizations and health care professionals who came to build trust for the vaccine among black and brown communities and inform people about the risks of catching and spreading cove in He said that the disease of distrust can be deadly. We have to realize that there is a larger context that has to be addressed distrust of health care researchers distrust of the system of clinical care and distrust of the health policy movement. Ah, lot of that was because of the Tuskegee syphilis study of which are everyone, I'm sure is well aware of the horrors of that experience, but those remained prominent and frustrated our ability To respond from a public health perspective to the HIV AIDS crisis in the black community is Number one. We must have grassroots community engagement. If we're going to fight these kinds of challenges, Government cannot do it alone at the federal, state or local level. It must be community based organizations, people from the community who can translate and transmit Science messages in their own vernacular in ways that can reach and cut cut through. Secondly, you must have trusted science and clinical care voices. There is a huge desire for the black community to hear from trusted voices trusted black positions, and scientists and funding is a very big part of it. Unfortunately, what we see too often is major white philanthropies and other organizations with which Government already has a pre existing funding mechanism. They get the dollars and what happens is that the African American community has been taxed with doing the work we do, but having to do it with very little resource is and people sort of taking those community based organizations for granted. Jackson says organizing efforts have begun to make headway and raising people's confidence in the vaccines. But, he says once people do decide to get vaccinated. Systemic inequality in the health care system leaves low income and communities of color, waiting the longest for their shot. Our polling tells us that we've gone from a couple of months ago. Where was 60%? No, I will not take the vaccine to now. Our polling is telling the status down to 30%. The 70% are saying I need more information and I'm ready to go. Black folks are not in the back teen hesitant issue the way that we thought we would be anymore. So it is not an excuse. But it is hard to get black folks to come take the vaccine, and this is a referendum on America's competence to execute on a very fundamental problem. I'm Jr Summers for KPFK. And you're listening to the evening news on K p F a Berkeley or KPFK in Los Angeles, KFC F Fresno Online at kpfk dot or G'kar thistles CAT Brooks I'm an actor,.

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What causes hiccups: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Mayo Clinic Radio

01:00 min | 4 years ago

What causes hiccups: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

"With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute. I'm Jefferson baking hiccups as pretty easy getting rid of the real ones can be difficult. It's all involuntary contraction of the diaphragm followed by closure of the vocal chords. Lisa that characteristic sound gastroenterologist. Dr Mark Larson says most hiccup triggers are associated with temporary bloating of the stomach that might be over eating or rapidly. Eating says gulping down big drinks, especially carbonated once can cause hiccups even being suddenly excited or scared can cause that repetitive. Involuntary contraction of the diaphragm most people who experience hiccups do. So for only a very short period of time, usually less than manner to rarely hiccups can last for days or even months that may be a clue that there's an underlying medical condition as for halting the hiccups. Dr Larson suggests simple remedies such as holding your breath gargling or simply sipping on cold water. For more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit mayo clinic dot org.

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