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"dr rosalyn" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"Trains. A podcast about training and racing and endurance. Sports i'm debbie mcdowell co founder of another mother rubber today. We're continuing the body series where we tackle a variety of physical issues and injuries. Common two runners previously you. We've hit on the feet in the lower back and we're going to go today to a pain point for many of us. The knees helping us with that. Is dr rosalyn more. The owner of reconnect physical therapy and wellness. Dr more is a physical therapist in baltimore maryland. Who has over twenty years of experience in athletic training and physical therapy. She specializes in women. Getting over physical speed bumps getting the moving and of course helping out with knee pain. So welcome dr more. How are you doing. Well thank you for having me sir. So tell us about yourself before we get rolling. I did a short clinical bio. But kind of tell us where you give us a little bit of background all right. So we're started. I'd say physical therapy was not probably the first thing i thought it was. Actually physical. Education also went into physical education and athletic training in undergrad and then worked in that field for a little while and then was real buzz of corporate fitness and health and fitness things. I decided i. That's what i want to do next so and a master's in In exercise science. And i was gonna have this amazing. Corporate fitness job Amazing company and then bottom. Kind of dropped out of that time. I graduated but i did end up working for the catalogue corporation in battle creek so that was actually a pretty good job. It just wasn't fully the corporate fitness. That i wanted And than i since. I was already in athletic trainer. I went ahead and just took a position with a high school and did that for a while and then decided to go back to school for physical therapy from there and That's kind of what i've done for the twenty one year is now..
"dr rosalyn" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Even fix things especially Our food systems in and hearing kind of work. That's being done to counter some of this. I think that's an important element of what we're talking about today to in there is stuff being done. You know when we talk about this grief being heavy It's also lead to action. It's also led to people reclaiming spaces or even just understanding how important The places in land and resources are to maybe even put people into action to protect things even more in. So that's a view into some of the things going on with alaska. We have one more view to take before the hour is up. But if you want to share something maybe you are an environmental advocate or someone working on how. The climate is shifting. We wanna hear from you too. How are you affected by seeing your land being affected resources being affected and how are you emotionally affected by the amount of work that needs be done to restore the land. Want to hear from you. Dial now one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. Thank you for that dune. Also here to out of missoula. Montana is rosalyn dr roslyn lapierre. She is an associate professor of environmental studies at the university of montana and she is an enrolled. Black feet issues enroll black feet and she's also may not our pleasure to have her here rusling. Welcome to native america calling. Thank you for being with us. Thank you sarah and Thank deborah at dune and vie for really. They're good words. And and i'm speaking to the truth of this particular topic I agree you know. Ecological grief is a new term That has Been in used for the last couple of years but it it's a new term. That really helps explain you. Know real experiences Real pain real despair as we've just learned Especially both from by and dune. Um what is happening up in the And i think that As dune was expressing At the end of his sharing His story I think there's also a lot of optimism and a lot of opportunity with our young people and with our Especially our students Who are really want to make change. and who want to create a better world as you know tara. The today's earth day and Here in missoula montana at the university were celebrating earth. Day all of our different student. Groups are out and today and sharing the projects they're working on and so i think that there's Really this although On the one hand This process of grief is occurring Within indigenous communities and i think that it really is a process that people need to work through which i strongly encourage communities to do as we have done with other types of grief and trauma that our communities have worked with And worked through. I think that ecological grief is one that i encourage communities to add to The things that they discuss the things they talk about. You know if your community is going to have a a gathering or a workshop you know start talking about the changes in the ecosystems and the grief that that does bring but then also move beyond that grief and move towards thinking about some of the solutions that we as indigenous people can bring to the table in roslyn working with the next generation. The people are going to be the people who are inheriting some of this as well. What is your i guess. Kind of your method in in being able to make sure the understand exactly what is going on and to show them that there are possibilities as opposed to You know just here's a dark cloud here you go. You know how you move on from that. How do you inspire. How do you encourage. How do you nurture some of their own fight that they have go ahead. So i i think that As deborah had mentioned earlier that understanding our our story understanding our history is really key I always share with The young people. I work with and the students i work with you know that. We've gone through this process of colonization rate As part of colonisation there was land loss. There was a change over of land ownership and how that land was valued Then came sort of capitalism right which has already been shared with what has happened up in the arctic. that vie d'une have expressed you know with capitalism. Came a changeover of a western point of looking at our land as a resource rate as as a place for extraction and And then after that. We're now sort of in this time. Period of of climate change and climate change is something. That's impacting everybody. a global Issue and It as as are as i had mentioned pollution with the pop's the persistent organic pollutants. That are in the arctic. That that that is very important to then being able to Work towards solutions and one of the ways that i share with students or young people in the community is. There's two different ways to go down that road right. One is through traditional knowledge and indigenous knowledge. And getting back in touch with learning About your own traditions and reconnecting To the land in the landscape even if it is Ben doug or you know even if there's desecration there And then the other ways through western education I strongly encourage my students here and especially my indigenous students to take all of those science classes. Those western science classes you know Learn about environmental science. Learn about hydrology. you know. Learn about how you can take that. Western knowledge base blended with our indigenous knowledge in our traditional knowledge is and be able to provide new solutions and new opportunities for our indigenous communities you know our young people are the ones who are inheriting the world that we have today Which again has a long story has. A long history again as deborah has has shared. And but i think that there is still a lot of opportunity and optimism that we can see and i see this On social media. Right every day. I see this with our young people who are just so Interested and passionate about wanting to learn About our again our traditional knowledge and wanting to learn you know. I'm an ethnobotanist and i work a lot with native plants and probably every day. I am messaged or text from young people who want to learn something and And who are sharing this knowledge today in a modern rate in a modern way which is usually on social media And so they are going to elders. They are going within the community but they're also doing it in a modern context right And i think that those are Though that those new methods those new new ways of communicating with each other addressing things against such as the ecological grief but then moving more towards Trying to Come to solutions and and moving beyond i'm kind of despair and the pain That they see Within their community see their elders expressing and And so i think that that by connecting Again kind of the western Academic sciences with indigenous knowledge. A great place for young people to begin especially our elders and know. You've taken that road to Roslyn wrap things up here anything you want to leave us with you. Got a minute I would just say again You know learned that story from your own community but also Walk away from that story with strength and a sense of sort of love and protection. that you can as a young person make a difference and and and take action to make a difference in the world that we live in and and Take the grief But move forward with that grief all right. Thank you for that and we got to wrap things up here but you know there is so much more to what we're talking about. Maybe it's going to inspire you to have a conversation with the people in your own circle thinking about this baby that little reminder your call grandma grandpa antioch in have that conversation you know wishy best on that path to but when we think of all of this and how it connects to who we are indigenous people There's a lot there in the continuation of this conversation. I know happens once we sign off air so really interested in your thoughts to if you wanna continue it with us you can always send us an email comments at native america calling dot com and thank you to everybody. We heard from the our vi- why he also deborah dr deborah mcgregor and dr rosalyn lapierre and duke dune lanker. Thank you all for being here with us. And tomorrow when we signed back on air we're going jump into a discussion about the tradition of spearfishing. This is something year community. Does we'll be ready for your stories and why this is important to your community. We hope.
"dr rosalyn" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"You know was upset at fifty, seven four saying that he was going to support trump because of tax purposes he didn't WanNa. Pay All those hefty taxes. If you make over four hundred, thousand dollars now, Chelsea handler is being even more vocal about what she would do in order to discourage fifty cent from encouraging people to vote for Donald Trump. Here's what she had to say on Jimmy Fallon I had to remind him. That he was a black person, so he can't vote for Donald Trump and that he shouldn't be influencing at entire swath of people who may listen to him because he's worried about his own personal pocket book. So I haven't heard back from him yet but I I am willing to you know seal the deal and more ways than what if he changes his mind and publicly DENOUNCES DONALD TRUMP I might be willing to go for another spin if you know what? I feel about Chelsea. Handler saying she had to remind fifty cents that he's black I get it. But now like fifty can be beacon be black also whoever the hell he wants, we can judge them for it but it's his right as an American citizen and just very you ain't black Joe Biden ish to me. Well fifty cent respect responded another spend. F. Donald Trump, I never liked him for all. I know he had me setup and had my friend Angel Fernandez killed but that's history ll. Then he added something handler and Jimmy Fallon trouble includes. A fifty fifty like fifty is performing. You know he's entertaining ninety five percent of the time. So it's just like you can't even hang onto his words like lake. People do. And just as a comedian. So you know it is what it is and she knows fifty cent personally they did. So I guess you can make jokes about whatever but it is a serious time. You know election is a week away. Deadline for voting are right now congratulations to Kevin Hart and Charlemagne you guys have announced a new partnership with audible listen. Yes, audible. 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Texas according to this This man he says that NBA young boy and his crew beat him up in a studio in the garage. Now they said he arrived to the studio to work with young boy on October fifth when they arrive security told them. No women were allowed in the studio. That's when his girlfriend left and things went cell according to sources the saying he went into the garage at the studio and young boy and his crew poundstone hand put a bag over his head and proceeded to beat him up kicking, punching him before pistol whipping him. This is all alleged. And according to this person he said, he caught a glimpse of young boy when the bag was removed. He said he saw body bag in the room and when he asked why it was there he told officers they responded they were going to put him in it. That's when according to this man. He said NBA young boy facetime does manager and said I got him here and the manager said released him because he just a case in didn't need more legal trouble. Okay. All alleged this is a person saying this happened. So I don't know what the real. Story. That was actually terrifying I, I actually want to write that down a some scripted content later beaten the hell out of somebody and then you see a body bag and you say we'll stat for we're GONNA put you in Whoa. Mommy and my Dad, my dad made me dig a six feet hole and I ask them what this was forty. So that's GonNa be your grave keep going to route you're going case how you get. I didn't think the whole six feet about that's tough. Love there. I got I might have got us about I. Got About two bucks see eighteen inches and put you in a shallow grave. The Star from little fires everywhere she's been cast as the princess of a new Disney hip hop, Cinderella Film Sneaker Ella, United Love little fires everywhere. I thought she was amazing in that series excited for her to be doing that. So congratulations another black Princess for Disney. Sneaker. updated. Yeah so I think that'd be tough and just so you guys know the breakfast club will be featured on GM eight three this afternoon you can see it at one pm Eastern on ABC Special. Thanks to TJ home teaching homes for a great interview the breakfast will be on GM, a three this afternoon. How how much interview it are you? GonNa play now because I think we now Tj for at least an hour. Five minutes. Yeah and then somebody I think I think I was told it's going to be cut to four minutes is a lot of stuff that's not going to be and. We have some good content they got to that up on Youtube or something. In compensation I write that is your room reports. All right. Thank you. Miss Ye Nash out to revolt. We'll see you guys tomorrow. Everybody else to people's choice mixes up next get your request in now is the breakfast club good. Morning. The Breakfast Club your mornings on Never Beata say. 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PM I check out the eighty five south show hosting that and listen you know salute everybody eight three Columbia South Carolina. Listens US on how well not nine I was home last night at Charlie W, Johnson Stadium on the campus of Benedict College. We had a rally from our man Jamie Harrison who's running for the South Carolina. US. Senate seat. A lot of people showed up for Jamie last night a lot of energy around his campaign and it's imperative that South Carolina votes out Lindsey Graham. Ball got goal. Linde. said that segregation was the good old days Lindsey said you can go anywhere. You want south. Carolina if you're black or emigrant as long as you're conservative, we don't have time for that old way of thinking anymore or Lindsey as an example of the old white male leadership that has ruined his country. So please vote for Jamie Harrison Slew Doll my folks I saw last night Dr Rosalyn clocked president of Benedict College Luton Mayor Steven Benjamin. Columbia. 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"dr rosalyn" Discussed on Coffee and Books
"Piece of your book that I think is really interesting is the moment in eighteen, forty, eight the Seneca falls convention. Again, it's seen as the starting point of women's rights. At least in the popular imagination, we're often taught that in eighteen forty eight, these women met in New York and some men including Douglas and others, and they started a journey that took us to nineteen twenty, and then suddenly women are free. You've talked about a little bit about how nineteen twenty didn't give black women would they needed to actually to gain the the franchise? But what was eighteen forty, eight about one of the things we know about that meeting in Seneca Falls New York is that there are no black women present there no black women who participate in that meeting and so the question for historian like is so we're we're black women and it's necessary to leave the scene of Seneca. Falls and follow black women actually were in a my story one of the places that they are in eighteen forty eight is in. The AME Church in Philadelphia which is holding its every four year general conference and Black Women show up there talking about their rights, they want rights in the church. Specifically, they want preaching licenses, they want the churches authorization and full sanction for black women's religious work, and so it turns out that black women aren't at Seneca falls if you will because they're busy elsewhere and they're working on their rights in their own spaces and this is a lesson right in. In my approach for me in how to approach writing vanguard with say if I keep looking for black women in women's conventions if I keep looking for black women, suffrage associations yes. I. Will Find some air and of course, the Great Dr Rosalyn Tour Board Penn had done that work many years ago. But if I was really looking for most black women if I was really looking for black women who is by the hundreds and eventually by the thousands I'm. Going to have to leave those suffrage associations that I was going to have to look to they were, and that includes importantly in lack Baptist and methodist churches. That's an important point that you're making that as an academic we sometimes may take for granted but for the listeners of the podcast I think it's important to point out that sometimes the reason why why these stories are whitewashed it's not just because we ignore the black people who were in that room. And other rooms we don't. We don't look for the places where we actually are as a historian when you decided to make this book, what was your journey to get there? Were you looking in the women's conventions in the in the in the largely white spaces I and you couldn't find black women you went on a journey or did you trace it different? I did treats it differently. You know sometimes a historians work is a little bit of stance and many years ago I had a professor who sent me into a microfiche collection. Now, I'm afraid to many folks won't even know what fish was it doesn't matter. The point is long before we were clicking on the web, we used to go into the library and use these celluloid collections and I found a a woman named Mary Small who in Eighteen Ninety eight was referred to as the Reverend Mary Small and I said what on Earth is that sometimes you know it's the inverse..
"dr rosalyn" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"Yeah it was released. I mean that's a little bit about. Oh linked to a little bit more if you want to read about it also. This is from wikipedia associates. You get a fight for your right to party. A shortage sometimes shortened to fight for your right is a beastie boys who's a four single on the album from nineteen eighty six police into st ill. Wikipedia says it's one of their best known songs they think it was one of the best known songs is written by an enemy out. Show and Tom Cushman also pearson the video and it was supposed to be also parody of Selling still smokin in the boys room. And I WANNA rock but most people at a win over their heads It was actually goof on the party lifestyle. Video is very comedic And let's see let's see what else there is. A lot of cameos in the video Rick Rubin was it was even in the video wearing ACDC and slayer shirts us. See in twenty eleven adma road. A surreal comedic short film based on it makes a good twenty fifth anniversary. Been a lot of remakes is one ally rewards This all this on there about About it and Wikipedia. It also reminds me of the song Party for your right to fight from public enemy album. It takes a nation of millions to hold us back which it probably is like one of the top three or four albums which used to be a thing. Like biggest impact on my life in is still one of the groove creates So if you haven't listened to I mean party for your right to. This is not the best song on there. But it's it's on there. It's a good one and he just wanted to read. All is the second studio album hip hop group. Public enemy came out in nineteen eighty eight. The WHO said to make the HIP hop equivalent of Marvin. Gay's what's going on. With strong social commentary. It was recorded in eighty. 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"dr rosalyn" Discussed on Native America Calling
"National native news is produced by colonic broadcasts corporation with funding by the corporation for Public Broadcasting for native Americans affected by domestic doc violence the strong hearts native help line offers peer to peer support and resources it safe confidential end toll free at eight four four seven native programs report by the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center and by the law offices of Saskia Chambers Sexy Miller and monk men national tribal rights law firm with offices in Washington DC New Mexico California Alaska and online at S- Oscar Dot Com. uh native voice one the native American Radio Network This is native America calling I Monica Brain sitting in for Tara Gatewood in a tree or a river have the same rights as people it's an interesting question recently. The Euro tribe in Northern California passed solution granting person hood rights to the Klamath River the climate is a significant river to the Iraq it's the lifeboat lifeblood of their sacred salmon because of climate change the salmon populations are dangerously low. This idea is not a brand new concept there's a river in New Zealand has the same legal status as an it's a result of decades long lawsuit by a Maori tribe and in India the Ganges River also Oh has person hood status and in Ohio voters passed the Lake Erie Bill of Rights which grants citizens the right to sue on behalf of the lake today we're going to learn more about the Iraq efforts and the entire movement which is sometimes referred to as Environmental Person Hood and we want to hear from you what did your elders tell you about how we should view the world around us the rivers the mountains the lakes are they the same as people who will defend their rights phone lines are open give us a call the number is one eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight that's one eight hundred nine nine native joining us now is Dr Rosalyn Lip Lapierre she's an associate professor in environmental studies in the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Montana and a research associate at the National Museum of Natural History and Roslyn is black feet and mateen welcome back to native America Calling Rosalyn thank you for the opportunity to be here again yeah it's always great to talk to you also we've got Mari Mari Gill she is associate director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund. Welcome to native America Calling Mary thank you Rosalyn let's start with you so what do you think about this concept of Granting Person Hood status to a body of water there or a river I think this is actually a really great opportunity that tribes can use both their tribals sovereign tea but also their court system to uphold their own individual belief systems around the natural world we are as you mentioned in your opening you know this is an effort that's being used around the world to address some of the environmental we'll issues environmental degradation in our communities but I think for tribes in particular I think this is a great opportunity for them but early to exert their tribal sovereignty and to be able to state and Kota Fi what they I think about the natural world our own unique tribal belief systems. Yeah I WANNA throw that out there to our listeners is your tribe passed a similar law or resolutions something that makes you know the the a sacred mountain or a river gives it person hood status gives it the same rights as people and what do you think about that call us and shared the number is when eight hundred nine nine six chew eight four eight that's also one eight hundred nine nine native Roslin what was shared with you when you were when you were growing up about our relationship with the world around us and how we view things like rivers or or mountains so I'm both black feet and may be my mother's side of the family is black feet and I grew up in the black community so I was I learned from my grandparents about the the way the blacks feet think about the natural world and we think about it as being divided into three different realms of existence and so we one is our place here on earth one is the sky realm and one is the waterworld and within those three separate realms our both entities such as ourselves humans but then also what we would consider like divine beings in divine animals also monsters and other types of of creatures that exist within these three realms and because we believe that there's these three separate realms we have specific sort of religious restrictions on the behavior of humans in terms of how we interact with those different realms so different restrictions on how we relate to the water some people would use the word quote Unquote Taboo about the way that we interact but then also the way that we respect so kind of the flip side of that is showing respect and treating that entity with its own ignity and believing that it is its own separate reality interesting so for you do you sort of see that as a relationship that is the same as as the kind of relationship that you would have with maybe another person I yes and no I mean I think it's I think that when you look at indigenous worldviews around the world and here in native North America you know everybody's Worldview is different and distinct and I think that post world views are really highly complex and so even when you're looking at for example worldview I grew up with the black feet worldview there are so many it's ver- it's very rich and complex world view and there are a lot of different beings and entities that exist I I in that worldview and and because of that you see the universe as being this very sort of inner connected and alive place and so even though we as humans exist in this world we are kind of the least of the beings that exist and because of that you know we're taught at from childhood to sort of respect all the it's other entities and all those other beings that we share our world with I wanNA throw that out there to our listeners you know if I want to share what you were taught about our about your own worldview and how you see yourself as we move along maybe inside the natural world whether it's your interactions with bodies of water around your reservation or sacred areas as whatever you feel comfortable sharing we're talking about a legal effort to classify the Klamath River is having the same status as people giving person hood status and what comes with that is the ability to be able to take will action if someone harms that river what do you think about that give us a call and share the number is one eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight that's eight hundred nine nine native everyone's welcome to the conversation today I am inviting you to join us one eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight now Mari I understand that I mentioned in the intro that there's the the lake rebe bill of rights tell us a little bit about that and how it fits into this conversation the lake area bill of rights is something that my organization worked with people of Toledo Ohio who passed a law securing rights of the lake in February after long and unfortunate drought bell with the stayed in their elected officials who wanted to stop them from even being able to vote on the Lake Erie Bill of rights what the like area bill of rights does is recognized that like Erie has certain right such as the right to exist the right to be restored and that the people and their government have are empowered have the authority to innocent stand in the shoes of the lake to defend and enforce those rights in the name of on behalf of the like this is a very very different way to protect the natural world then what conventional environmental laws do as your listeners I'm sure no today's environmental laws you know we have environmental laws it you know the state and federal level they're very similar in other countries as well those laws do things like legalize fracking legalized factory farming legalize spraying pesticides so environmental laws are doubt regulating how the natural world is used and that the consequences of that I think are very apparent to us today hey you know with things like of course climate change extinction rates far beyond what's natural background right you know the acidifying the oceans excetera I mean there's you know you can't look very far.
"dr rosalyn" Discussed on The Candid Frame
"Of your more powerful for pictures of the mothers of the movement which is modeled after famous photograph made by richard avedon civil rights workers in atlanta. Tell us about that the image because it is a powerful image but i know it also was a very difficult one to pull off yeah last year <hes> i was approach coach along with nine other artists to do murals in atlanta for the upcoming up in february of this year and what it was it was part of the n._f._l. Because a land to they had what is it. What do you call that. I'm not real good with sports. Did they have the super bowl in atlanta in jan. Was it in january or february but anyway it was the first i part of <hes> this quarter but i was approaching last year about this and i did not realize because the organization didn't say it was part of the n._f._l. Now they just asked which you like to maryland. I love doing murals. I love museums galleries but i love murals okay so i agree to do it and i did. I did not realize until they asked me to come to the press conference that it was part of the host committee of the n._f._l. The mayor in the art organization where they partnered together and the theme was social justice and i feel a certain kind of way about it because i've been shooting black lives matter. I was very upset when they flip the narrative when it came to colon cabinet and i really didn't want to have no part of the n._f._l. N._f._l. but what happened was my sister and other people talk to me and they sit sheila. You're the perfect person to do this because we know that you're going to do a protest within that so i had to think about it and i said okay. I'll do it but at the time. I didn't know what i was gonna do but i felt that i needed to take another level. I don't need to show protests images so i i guess i was on the internet and i can't remember if i was has been looking at <hes> julian bond an iconic civil rights leader in atlanta georgia that was the leader of snick in atlanta that student nonviolent nonviolent coordinating committee but actually i saw his image but one of the photographers that i really looked at a a lot when i was in grad school was rich in aberdeen an iconic photographer in the twenty first century and i love his portraiture because does he shot individuals up against a white background so he took them out of their environment and you can really look at that person. I was so amazed with his work. So when i saw this image of julian bond that was taken in one thousand nine hundred sixty three by richard avidan n vine in city in atlanta where you had some of the civil rights leader living at that time like martin luther king julian bond and their children and when i saw that image it was amazing richard avedon came down photographed and vine city in one thousand nine hundred sixty three julian bon on holding his daughter phyllis she was nine months you so and vine city with the snick students behind him. I thought that was a very powerful awful image empha- julian bond to hold his daughter. I thought about the mothers and i said i'm gonna bring the mothers here. I'm going to recreate that that same image in vine city with the mothers and totality doesn't look exactly alike that but the concept came from there eh and the three women that were from outta town is gwendolyn car the <hes>. I can't breath he. I can't even think of his name right now. I can't believe he is the one smother the came down. In the tamir. Rice mother came down the young boy that got shot up playing with a toy gun in ohio and then oscar grant's mother from oakland which happened in two thousand and nine they just named a street name after us the asca grant after him and they have a big mirror in oakland california so oh i brought those three women down along with mothers who <hes> whose children have fallen to police brutality here and i also included dr rosalyn pope who went to spelman college in nineteen sixty stay in she authored appeal of human rights and she was part.
"dr rosalyn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Hi, I'm Dr Rosalyn young as a doctor of audiology. I specialize in helping you hear better. So you can live happier and healthier life by met Roslyn at the Roseville diagnostic hearing center once I put this on. It was like, oh, there's a lot more. I'm not hearing for over fifteen years. I've helped thousands of people here better. And I can help you hear better to these. Call me today for your free complimentary hearing screening tasks nine one six seven eight zero four two zero zero your friends. No, you can't hear they're just not telling you in case, you're wondering do I need a hearing aid go and talk to someone have a conversation. Are you looking at? But there is or are you looking at their lips. If you're looking at their lips, it's time to call roseland. Call me today for your free and complementary hearing screening at nine one six seven eight zero four two zero zero that's nine one six seven eight zero four two. Zero zero. Hi, I'm Paul San Shetty, the digital marketing expert for the Ronnie Deutsche radio show, and I know how important it is for your small business to have a killer. Online presence, a great website top of the page. Search engine optimization an excellent digital marketing. Which is why free a free and complete online presence evaluation of your business. This is a two hundred dollars value absolutely free. Just call me sent shady at eight hundred four nine six seven seven six zero. That's eight hundred four nine six seven seven six zero. Listen as an older business owner, I know how intimidating and competitive online marketing can be. So if you want to improve your website have top of the page SEO in have better online reviews. Just call me. Paul Sanchez eighty at eight hundred four nine six seven seven six zero that's eight hundred four nine six seven seven six zero. The following segment of the Ronnie tweets radio show is brought to you by our addiction specialist Dr Angela bar and now back to the running Deustche radio show. Hello and welcome.
"dr rosalyn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"dr rosalyn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"dr rosalyn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You're listening to the running tweets radio show. We'll be back with more right after this. My wife told me she said it's time for you to start hearing. When I sit on the left side of you. It's like I'm not there. Hi, I'm Dr Rosalyn young as a doctor of audiology. I specialize in helping you hear better. So you can live happier and healthier life. I met Roslyn at the Roseville diagnostic hearing center once I put this on. It was like, oh, there's a lot more. I'm not hearing for over fifteen years. I've helped thousands of people here better. And I can help you hear better to these. Call me today for your free complimentary hearing screening tasks nine one six seven eight zero four two zero zero your friends. No, you can't hear they're just not telling you in case, you're wondering do I need a hearing aid go and talk to someone have a conversation. Are you looking at their is? Or are you looking at their lips? If you're looking at their lips, it's time to call Roessler. Call me today for your free complimentary hearing screening at nine one six seven eight zero four two zero zero nine one six seven eight zero four two zero zero. Oh, hi, I'm Paul San Shetty, the digital marketing expert for the Ronnie Deutsche radio show, and I know how important it is for your small business to have a killer. Online presence, a great website top of the page. Search engine optimization and excellent digital marketing. Which is why I'm offering a free and complete online presence evaluation of your business. This is a two hundred dollars value, and it's absolutely free. Just call me Paul sent shady at eight hundred four nine six seven seven six zero. That's eight hundred four nine six seven seven six zero. Listen as an older business owner, I know how intimidating and competitive on my marketing can be so if you want to improve your website have top of the page SEO in have better online reviews. Just call me Paul sent shady at eight hundred four nine six seven seven six zero. That's eight hundred four nine six seven seven six. Zero. Every ten minutes to help you get to work on time. Stay informed. Newsradio KFB PK. The following segment of the Ronnie Deutsche radio show is brought to you by our psychic medium Kelly effort and now back to the Deutsche radio show, here's.
"dr rosalyn" Discussed on American Innovations
"From wondering, I'm Stephen Johns. And this is American innovations. Next week. We're starting a new series on a discovery that transformed health and medicine, the invention of anesthesia, but today, we're wrapping up our three part series on the polio vaccine with a guest who is still working on the frontlines to a radical the poliovirus, Dr Rosalyn Lewis is an expert in immunization and helps lead the World Health organizations initiative for polio. Eradication a public health physician and medical epidemiologist with thirty years of experience in global health. She's also the head of the WHO's smallpox secretary, which is working to ensure that smallpox currently the only disease to have been radically that's infectious to humans stays advocated. Dr Lewis joins us from the W H O headquarters in Geneva. What if the experience of driving luxury vehicle wasn't limited to just inside your car, but extended out into the world around you. Introducing the well connected. Two thousand nineteen Lincoln m Casey with a suite of social tack capability that connects the world inside the world outside with Amazon Alexa enabled with sink three apple Inc. You have accessed all the skills and services, you get on your echo, Alexis activated by the sound of your voice, Alexa. What's the weather like tomorrow currently response? Using your car's beakers with ways integration that appears right on the nap screen. You'll transform traffic jam streets into clear roads got a load of friends. Keep them connected with a four G L T wifi hotspot that allows up to ten vices to connect at once Lincoln connect with the two thousand nineteen Lincoln MK C life gets a little easier from. The moment you leave home to the moment. You return Alexa, opened my garage door. Available by iphone was synchtree. With software version. Three point. Commands may vary by phone and appling software. Don't drive while distracted voice operated systems when possible don't use handheld devices while driving iphone is a trademark of apple Inc. Registered in the US and other countries. The two thousand nineteen Lincoln m KC. Learn more at Lincoln dot com slash wondering. That's Lincoln dot com slash W O and the R Y. Doc arouse men Louis. Great to have you. Join us on American innovations. It's great to be here. So I want to start with a little bit about your own background before we get to the global view of polio and other diseases you've spent many years as an emergency and family physician. Can you tell us how you came to switch over to kind of a much larger vision for the global radical diseases. Sure, I really loved working in the emergency room. But in fact, I always had a vocation for public health and for global public health. I knew from a very early age that I would become a doctor working in public health. And so eventually after the first few years of as a family physician I pursued my studies, and I decided to continue in in my efforts to work in that area. We've just heard this. Extraordinary story of polio in the nineteen fifties. And for me, it's a very personal story, actually because my my mother when she was about eight or nine actually contracted polio obviously survived. She ended up going into career in healthcare because of this experience and some such the trauma of of being child sick during that period. But a lot of us, including me, you know, weren't around during those epidemics in the nineteen fifties. And and you know, we tried to recreate a little bit of a sense of how terrifying was but from your perspective as someone both
"dr rosalyn" Discussed on Z100
"One hundred New York's number one hit music station. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning everybody in that Tuesday morning. I'm Greg T over here. Got Garrett over there. Hey, good morning, buddy. How you doing? Brawl. So it was a three day weekend for some not for everyone. I understand there's a lot of people that went to work yesterday. We were very fortunate enough to be ones that were able to stay home today. It's like a it's a mishmash holiday, you know, if you are aren't off. And you know, what the funny thing is from year to year. We don't even over if we're going to be it's kind of like just the way things were going. You know, and you seem like we're really busy. So nobody was like all right? Let's do it. We'll take Columbus Day off, you know, some days. Looks like you know, what let let's save it for the most part that we're all. But anyways. So there you go. So we're back and ready to rock and roll. We got pretty cool lineup starting today for the rest of the week here today at eight AM, we have Dr Oz coming in. He's a teachers about CPR and he's bringing in some dummies. Not great tease. I means to practice on when you're at school. You're learning CPR. Remember how to do that? Well, I learned it when I was a lifeguard. Never learned it when I was in school. My school in East Brunswick, we had actually in our health class one of the one of the areas, we had to learn how to do CPR in all these dummies and everything, you know. Yeah. To figuring out how compressions and how the blow and hold their nose and press on their first time, you kissed. Anyone know also exciting to do it. It was it was really I remember the whole class like couldn't wait to get to that portion of the semester to do that. So that'd be kinda neat to do. Yes, you're like where were you pretty much all of all Staten Island, dip, dodge pools, or in the beach at different story, that's pretty cool. And then you're on the swim team as well. Right. Your swimmer big swim team. So. Did you swimming? When you're in rider. No, I did not so. Okay. Gotcha. All right. You know, there was a big soccer tournament over this Columbus Day weekend and a lot of people were stationed down in rider university except for you. I was not there. But yes, there was a big soccer tournament all over that area that portion of New Jersey and. One of my other buddies. They were there. Yes. No there. Sunday sunday. The team was down in Reiner running universe. This is like a bad breakup for you. It is bad breakup. Bad break-up, Dr Rosalyn showed us today at eight AM. He'll be teaching us CPR. Like, I said today's coaster boy Josh's birthday about that. How 'bout that? Tomorrow. We got Bazi live in studio Thursday. Laura. Miranda will be here. We have style expert. Bobby Brown will also be your on Thursday Thursday. You can catch a glimpse of me. I'll be at the prudential center for the devils home opener with New Jersey lottery. So we'll be in the in the hall as you walk around. You could stop by. Maybe get yourself a lottery ticket. Speaking of lottery. Did you know what the types mega millions jackpot is no detail four hundred and seventy million dollars four hundred seventy million. I'll play when it's about five hundred. Powerball. It's kind of like, no one cares. That was only two hundred eighty two million. I was talking to one of my friend's dad's over the weekend. He runs a stop and shop on Staten Island. And he was one of the guy recent winners of the belief Powerball. Nice. But the problem was the, you know, the the news the local newspaper advanced said that he won now that he was the winner. He was doing. You're messing up bad. The pick. They had the guy that that that one's name. Yeah. Right. And his picture. Imagine. Yeah. Going through the experience. Everyone in their mother coming out of the woodwork. Right. Of course, why are you hiding this from us? Oh my God. It wasn't that. He won. And he was he wasn't hiding his store won the store that ticket. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But he did not win like almost like two hundred and fifty million dollars. Another gentleman did and came forward. So he had pretty much just beyond the defense defensive end of just blocking off family members and friends almost wish. No, you don't because he was telling me the stuffy he has to go through of people just coming at him Angolan. Hey, can I get some money or what's going to happen to feel so bad? No. It's going to happen. If you're not if you can't. Get getting now, you know, how many people are in debt money. They really need. They need a little break. And they're like, hey, man. I had no idea they only cash, and then people start turning on you because you they think you're lying to them. They're hiding all this. And then they go. Sure, right. What? Exactly. Man, I visited the thirteenth our haunted house on Friday in Wharton New Jersey and you survived I survived, but I have to tell you, man. So we are now the five AM show we talked about it. And I had mentioned that it was ranked as one of the scariest haunted houses in the country. Up to a drinking. I gotta say man, did it really and truly did. Now. What is it for you? Is it the fact that you don't know what's going to happen behind the wall? You got people jumping out. They're gonna be screaming. You've got that. The people run around the chainsaws, and you got. You I to kill you. Then you'll you it's it's so freaky for me for me. Personally. Like, I know the Danielle loves loves loves rice. I get it. She lives for the season is this is her her massive holiday that she loves the most which is great. And there's a lot of people like that. Now, I was talking to Danielle. It's not then I don't like this season. I don't like the scary aspect. I'm more into the fall foliage and pumpkin picking and going to get some moms and the colors. I, you know, I do like Halloween trick or treating especially with the kids. It's the haunting this stuff that I just that's what I don't just give you a nice little pumpkin spice latte, sayin, some HGTV. And you're good. Well, I want to say though. But so this is really it's a it's a great place because not only do they have the haunted house part of it. But then they also have escape rooms. So have you ever done this before? Yeah. It's a great team building team building thing. Yeah. So so. Never done a in escape I knew about it. But I never actually experienced. How are you under pressure like that? Well, you get a full hour. There's a lot of pressure, and I'm not good at that at all. And you have to have somebody in there that can really take control of the team and kind of coordinate things, you know, the I envision unit escape room with with myself and anybody else on the show. I would be I would be spending the entire hour. Just shaking you saying get it together. Get it together. I need to find the key get it together. So yeah, it was so much fun. I e there's so many clues I guess the continue to look for to try to get out of the room. There's a code, and then you punch in the code, and then the door unlocks obviously at the end of sixty minutes, if you don't get out they get you you leave any it's not just one room one room for an hour. You're in several different rooms you got to move from room. The guy the guy that owns the place. I got a chance to talk to the owner. What did he what an amazing spectacle? He's put together he used to be a corrections officer, and then he just took retirement early. And he he had he took ownership of this building and transformed it into the thirteenth, our haunted house and inside there is also these escape rooms, it's massive, and you is outside. He's got like, you know, he's got all these like van subjects trucks for food funnel cakes. Cotton candy. You know, he's got music playing and there's golden goblins walking around. So you get the feel of like you're at almost like a Halloween theme park. You know, it looks a really cool place. I didn't know what to expect when I was driving out there. I thought it would be like some rinky dinky little house in the woods. So not the case. So anyway, that's just my little my little thoughts on it. But I call Daniel the next morning. And I said, you know, what I understand why you like these things because I really witnessed something really cool. Now, did you I didn't do I like haunted houses down? No, no. What I understand. Now, what Danielle really does love because if you go to a good one, then you have to love it and so much fun. So this is a really really good. Alright thirteenth our thirteen thousand check it out Conor McGregor. He lost over the weekend. The fight drained it, no, no pay per view for you again. Know you spent you spent all that money for four rounds. Good for you. When you when I can make your money and spend that much money for four rounds of of of fake fighting fighting. Are you Jared that was not great tea? I didn't say it all it. All it all leads up to two. There's nothing fake about you of say there's nothing fake about. But it's, but it's all it's all a sham at the end of the again, this is Garrett over there. I am great t that is not I all text messaging together on that one. There there isn't because at the end of the day. It's four rounds freezing. Oh, no. It's too like warriors again. It's not it's not like, it's WWE. Don't get don't get me wrong. But at the end of the day, it's this big, you know, everybody's hyped up you stay up until midnight. And then it's done by twelve o five dude. This was not done it five. This was a very well worth fight. It really was. It was very good. I moving on from this one. I'm moving on. Wow. Wow. I you know, what? I love about you, dude. You just let it out. You just say, what's on your mind? I like it. You're not you're not you should stop looking. You're right. Listen hats off people people pay a hundred bucks and stay up until midnight on the east coast. Now, if you're at a bar, that's a different story. But you're sitting at home come on Dara's. And then all of a sudden we want a rematch right again. Why? So you could spend another hundred bucks on big review. All right, hold. It. Back is the Yankees. How about the Yankees last night? The Angie's I eat. I did say they were going to beat the Red Sox game too. I did say game one. They would lose in Boston gear. That they would win. But I did not expect what happened last night the stadium last night. I figured you know, you, you know, you just came off a huge win and Boston you got all the fans behind you. How could you dare lose like that? And that's a terrible loss sixteen to one to shows. It's unpredictable. But the good thing is. Booed off the off the mound. Jetta screaming at him. Oh, it was horrible. It really was it was bad. Yes. But but again, you they play in over twelve hours from now, you know. So it's it's gotta hope it's do or die. You gotta you gotta win or they get to go home early. Ten nothing in the fourth inning. It was I had to turn it off. I couldn't I couldn't watch. It was unwatchable. It really was it was it ripped my heart right out. And I I know that we all make fun. And we say, I'm a fair weather fan and everything. But I I do like the Yanks I root for them. And it was tough to watch last night. I have to be honest sitting there in front of a television going what the heck is going on. They scored seven runs. But again, it's not the end of the world. They're not done. They got they got a game tonight. Maybe they could turn things around. All right. We'll turn it around. We're gonna turn around right now with Bernie vital create your first look at traffic and more coming up in the five AM pre morning show guarantee here, I'm here. Danielle minero be making your way into the studio and just a little bit. Let's go.
"dr rosalyn" Discussed on KTRH
"Your your initial conditioning and helps you stretch a little bit to start with and then you start water jogging there while you're while you're at it let's go back to swimming let's go back to stretching for a minute if we can how much how often and how how limber should i be i i want to interview a former olympic gymnast for golf store she played golf and i was writing for the chronicle at the time and and i went to meet her at the golf course you showed up late she i guess i better stretch i and she bent at the waist and put her head between her knees out of the car for forty minutes and did that i i have a hard time i'll just say i can't go that far it where do we need to be fifty sixty so stretching stretching lightly to start with he certainly don't want to overdo it if you haven't been stretching for a long time so he wanted to make sure that you start gradually so so you don't overdo it and then gradually work your way up so start off with light stretching of the calf muscles the hamstring and hip lectures and then work your way up and in terms of how long you're holding up stretch how many repetitions and it's always good to warm up and then have a cool down after exercise so you don't necessarily have to be able to contorts your body or be like the gymnasts olympics but it is important to to stay to stay nice and flexible once you are getting ready for competition let's go back and talk about not overdoing it early because if we do injure ourselves which a lot of old people are inclined to do they think they can do things that they can't it's gonna take longer to heal why don't we take so long to heal when we're old so when i got older the lex ability starts decreasing muscle master it's decreasing and because of that the muscle tendon unit becomes a little bit more stiff richard and so it's more easily injured and with loss of muscle map there's less of the there's less of socalled here at warriors to hold the area nice and strong so then it makes you more prone to injury and therefore it also takes longer to to recover and heal about an on that note restorative sleep is actually very important to an adult start sleeping less as the age and also the cells had go through a natural gradual ageing processes well and that's the natural progression that is inevitable but certainly can be halted or reversed with exercising reconditioning so that you don't have that muscle mass loss or that loss of flexibility conditioning it's all downhill from here and you're not talking about a ski race are you mercy not downhill at all in fact when you when you look at the the marathoner you have thousands of marathoners even have the houston marathon who were in their over forty fifties forty kids to this audience that okay i gotta run dr went thank you so much i truly do appreciate your help absolutely i'm happy to be here thank you thank you bye bye dr rosalyn win from baylor college medicine when we get back we're gonna talk a little bit about striking up the band more fifty plus coming up right after this.