17 Burst results for "E. R"

"e. r" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"e. r" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"You're really for social justice, and I think most people are, I'm not sure how you can sit around. And not Really be angry about some of the things that happened with police officers this this this weekend and I'm not talking about police officers involved in shootings. I'm talking about them being on the other end of it. And the way that they've been treated. I think that the pendulum is probably going to or at least it should start to swing back the other way. You need to have Support for your police officers, even when they irritate him, you know, and believe me, they're not perfect. But we shouldn't paint them with a broad brush and we certainly Should not be blocking the E R and cheering when ambulances there trying to bring them to, you know, into the or after getting shot. Um there's a lot of that. That has to be discussed, and we will discuss all of that, too. So again. We've got a lot of different ways. We're going to go today and really, for the rest of the week. I got a number of gas line up for the rest of the week and I just have a good time with it. See where it goes, hopefully And hopefully when I say this way, I mean, hopefully hopefully it won't be all of the bitter Polarising doom and gloom stuff that we just have had tea just having our face and talk about day after day after day after day. It's just, you know, Hopefully we can get to a point where there are some segments. We can have a little bit of fun and talk about a lot of other things that make us feel good or have, you know, have some just different. Discussions than the ones we seem to be a seemingly have had for a long, long time. Here is triple A traffic.

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"e. r" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"e. r" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Structure helped other people moving forward. Is that time and In the emergency room and that part of the story you saw a sense of order a sense of service. Am I putting the right words on it? Yeah, I think so. Order in a very chaotic place where all people from all walks of life like Children brought in by a parental figure. Girls are people brought in by the ambulances. Umm unconscious and cardiac arrest. Homeless people. Just tryingto get some respite from the elements. Everyone comes here seeking something seeking some way of Feeling better getting better? Um, and that I could. I could relate to that. And it appealed to me that that might be possible somewhere. And also in that part of the book about your growing up. You described earlier family fight when you were between, I think and called 911. And the police came and couldn't figure out whether arrest your father or your brother and wound up leaving without making sure you and your mother were okay. You describe it as and it seems so relevant. Now that the city in the country and discussing whether the police are the right people to respond to domestic, two spirits, even ones involving violence, and I'm curious of having lived through what you did as a child. And now with an E R doctors experience. Do you have an opinion about what kinds of reform in that area are needed? Oh, my gosh, we need Many of reforms. First of all in that situation with the police, for example, I mean, they just systemic change. I mean, it wasn't difficult to figure out the dynamic there and could they have been.

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"e. r" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"e. r" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Okay, So my least favorite yoga position happens to be standing warrior. I hate standing up doing yoga in the list, and I have actually personal as a man. You need to wake up already. Like care yet carrying standing loaded where they're wrapping their Oh, I got about both wrong and then I gotta put you down and I'm not getting any of it. It looks great on movie. Oh, yeah, Pitting you against the line here and then you end up in the E. R has been in the E R because well, there's actually a list that men have given of their least favorite yoga. Sessions right so that if anyone is definitely there his shower, but I'm good at it. Well, that's because your hand is one of the most dangerous ones. I don't know who literally split their eye socket in half from hidden tryingto do yoga in the shower was well and the number one you guys ready for this, and it's devastating. Missionary. Men hate that. Of course we Hey, missionary, But do you know why? I know Because You have to have a lot of chemistry. Oh, yeah. You got a little order upon my face in the pillow? Yeah, well, yeah, in order to be that yoga position, Because if you don't know the person you're just like I'm so glad we're talking about yoga positions he could. I think you don't like the position. It doesn't mean that you're not nasty United Ventures sometimes limitations. Now you were talking about Canton Road. I've got too much stomach just like I would have to pick him up. Put it on her stomach. Then it's awkward about today. My body jiggle way too much for a woman to me as I'm thrust. You say there's a couple of these another? I'm not a free right way. Don't want to know. Are you ever heard of Robert.

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"e. r" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"e. r" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So he E. R. area now of restaurants to support is not only in your neighborhood it's all over the city and suburbs isn't it very true very true you can fly from the northwest side of Chicago down to the central business district river north so many great restaurants there in like twelve minutes so you're absolutely right Bob I'm from the north shore wide on lake shore drive you know he wanted a restaurant in the Gold Coast pick up some food and bring it back home yeah and what percentage do we have any idea what percentage of these restaurants will not be able to open again Sam you know there's a lot at you know it's all we know thirty thousand restaurant closed the person on the first two weeks throughout the country the first two weeks of the pandemic they're estimating a national restaurant estimating there could be up to a hundred ten thousand Badakhshan next month so you know we're hearing numbers out there it could be fifteen percent to twenty percent but you know we'll see as we go you know as we move forward here Bob you know we gotta start thinking how we're gonna start re opening up the economy so we want to make sure we're at the table but again we want to listen to the scientists and doctors because restaurateurs care about the health and safety of their team members and our customers but we want to be at the table to make sure that word you don't think about the restaurants but also thinking about the health and safety of everyone as well well this is the greatest restaurant town in America and we have the greatest restaurant people running these operations and we hope the best for them and will keep supporting them it's Sam Tighe at present the only restaurant in shape the update Sam thanks so much stay top okay thanks for having me on I really appreciate it those were the voices as Sam Toyota president of the restaurant association and bobs to rot free play that for you in case of IBM is a little too early but Bob son until nine AM so you should be up by then and have your Cup of coffee I did ask about to Scrabble I know that it's one of the favorite board games that a lot of you are playing right now in rotation with a lot of other games jigsaw puzzles baking bread other activities building models that you haven't tried in a while and now you have time to do and it's a family bonding experience as well this is from the seven zero eight Q. and Z. the letters Q. and see each have a value of ten points my husband and I play Scrabble everyday today is that national Scrabble day here's another funny fact about Scrabble which I did not know you can use the word bingo while playing when players use all seven of their Scrabble tiles to make a word it's called having a yell it out to confuse your opponent are you confused I'm a little confused a lot more coming up on WGN radio there was a time not so long ago when watching the news.

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"e. r" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"e. r" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"For a number of years I posted a picture with alleges and wrote with a picture quotes that moment when you're working the E. R. and lose those surprises you by sending over some lunch it was a good she says she plans on sending mails to more hospitals so she become really very successful last year several years yeah really kind of came out of nowhere and they are yeah no but it's I think it's Karen I were just talking about this during the break too you know the last thing that doctors and nurses and medical staff right now they have to worry about it it's it's what to eat and so when pizza just arrives or a lunch just shows up and you don't have to think about it and you can just have a delicious lunch and then get back to the sobering realities it makes a real difference in our tech report we talked about doing you know going on to the slice after sending pizza to a local medical facility it's it really can change that you know lift the spirits of the of the workers were just even one day it's a big deal yep twenty six after hearing the DJB program are next up demi Lovato okay she thought long and hard about whether to stick to the release stated her latest fable takes fashion lab letter fabled six which name most fashion line cable techs like the Latics like athletics and fabletics many but I don't know who would start a business called six who the hell knows you need but I didn't you know my god you guys tell a story then I'll keep quiet there is actually a fan of fabletics and Judaism yeah I use them all the time they're actually pretty good and they've got a sweet deal receive news multiple email addresses to get two pairs of leggings for twenty four dollars but anyway I feel yeah I follow them on Instagram so I saw this yesterday that she has a couple lines with them in the past and I guess they came out with a new line but she wasn't sure if you should release it and promote you know new clothes while all of this is going on so I guess they decided the best way to do it was to go ahead with it and then I think it's five dollars from every purchase is donated to Victoria the same one that is raising money to fight here like the PP and things like that so it's yeah it's wonderful so there the place is going to go up to a hundred twenty five thousand dollars now through June thirtieth so if everyone's working out at home if you do need some stuff sign up for fabletics and you know a lot of five Bucks will of everything you buy it's going to go to a really good causes Google fabled six and you'll get to thank you again yeah you will meet again tomorrow for the same thing twenty eight minutes after the hour on the fabulous fable to go look at the TV program hi I'm more relaxed and with the picture tip of the day you know one of the more common questions I get asked is Warren wind up heads with guys there are many many reasons because they love you for the most part it is a sign of affection remember this from the day they were born the first thing their mother did was licked them to keep them clean licking is connected to their earliest social bonds so it's a significant part of their social behavior another reason why dogs lick you was to get to know you even though a dog's sense of smell maybe they're stronger sense they learn a lot from what they taste as well that's why they like other dogs and greetings and why they look people in the wild wolves like other wolves master chairman if they've eaten it is a good food food source in the area case tells them a lot more than just how to fill their belly especially in domesticated dogs when they taste when they lick you it tells about your chemical composition which include them a lot about your behavior so the next time you dog which you in may because you just want to taste you or maybe because he really does love you.

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"e. r" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Sitcoms otherwise the people want to bring back number one that makes sense yeah followed by E. R. friends and then Seinfeld in parks and rec I okay.

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"e. r" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on 710 WOR

"What that means is everybody works all the time right starting right now ready set go and that means you are going to pick up like E. R. on the weekends and use your pharmacy degree and add another thirty thousand dollars to your income working nights and weekends or somewhere else as well so that you can start attacking their stuff and you guys are gonna have what part of California are you in northern in Sacramento okay less a little more doable thank goodness are still tough so tough market in terms of expense but yeah it's not yeah you don't live in San Diego though that's a good thing Sir I don't live in San Jose which is a really good thing so okay so anyway we're you know you're gonna have to live on nothing increase your income dramatically and make the student loans go away and so if we start doing like fifty thousand a year on student loans this is gonna take you about four to five years to clear the student loans but that's going to involve your income increasing his income increasing and you guys are living on nothing beans and rice rice and beans you don't need to see the inside of a restaurant leisure work and there okay you are home watched earth because I look at it learn look at what you've been doing for the last since you got out of school what ten years yeah what you been doing torture death may help you with what you did torture death since then nothing yeah you have got to change something not working and the more dramatic your change and deeper your sacrifice the more dramatic your success stories going to be in terms of the speed of it because the formula is the deeper you cut and the more you work the more money is thrown towards this debt and the faster you get out so if you want to be a bandaid off slowly girl you can do that over five years I'm a bandaid off fast guy and I will do this in about two and a half years and then I'm going to sleep but I'm not gonna sleep much during the first two and a half yeah I was really banking on that you can get it's been a totally different perspective and I'm sorry I wish I wish they were going to forgive it but they're not yeah the impractical farming the program the program is still in place and you can look up the website is still says the same crap it's all right I yeah I I've been applying and I'm just doing thank you all right now and then I'll give you approval I just I just accept your information and move on and then when you get to the end of it they are not been forgiving them because they're finding somebody didn't do something right one time you're what laid on one payment anytime during the ten years your baked you know you don't you're not in in falling into whatever category for any period of time your baked in so it's a complete scam and I wish they would just wave their wanting give well I sort of wish that way they want to forgive them but they're not going to they're not going to it's not gonna happen so you've got to count on you to not the government to fix this problem and that's what I would do if I were in your shoes because we're pretty sure at this point Elizabeth Warren's not going to get elected so your student loans are not gonna be forgiven Bernie's not don't do it hope that helps open phones at triple eight eight two five five two two five you jump in we'll talk about your life in your money Britney is it with us in California hi Britney welcome that I ran to show hi I'm really excited to talk to you and I'm done it's Rachel but excited the question so the question for you about I've been service for ever although you know went back got my degree and I've been working with a cater here and there and she's been kind of a mentor for me and now that my husband's underscore are out of the state Q. she kind of mentioned in the next year or so freaking out of her catering business and I parted that kind of money to Friday because she works there is a huge winery in town and she works for a specific department within their kind of doing their training and everything and it's how this business for about ten years and it's a really solid business guys would be great we have two kids and I just wanna know we're going to need a Turner has been and just what questions to ask because I love what she does I worked with her eyes convenience and out so I would ask all the technical and operating questions that you've already written down and that you know what I was going to ask for what you don't know that you need to know and then as far as the financial part goes the business is not worth a ton the only thing it's worth really hears its customer list and income that that customer list creates and that's about the only value to a business like this and so roughly four times the net profit after a manager has been paid and so weren't high buying the business living in Tennessee I would have to hire a manager to run the business like you right if I hired you to run the business what's the net profit as an investor I'm going to receive after all the labor's been paid including the manager and so calculate that way if she's been paying herself and that's all she's making that all she owns is her job but I am in which if you take a manager salary out of it there's nothing left business has little to no value project manager salary out there's thirty thousand left about four times whatever's left so be worth about a hundred twenty thousand that case and that's how you can calculate the value about four times the truth in that this is the Dave Ramsey show we talk about it daily character matters when I'm looking for team members I'm looking for men and women who have character people with character care they care about the work they're doing they care about the people around them that's why my team uses linked in jobs to find people who care about.

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"e. r" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"That a few little he E. R. come on now and she will be saying Hey we were going to do all together there were not funded I don't know why they won't let me saying y'all the gel they got need to say it a full four eight nine two two seven zero three now do I tell everybody if they buy a ticket and say they heard young Debbie okay what would tell us about what you're doing for your they have still another table for your people okay DV so what I'm doing is among other things I'm also port I have these wonderful original piece of work and that I've done and for every person you have an entire collection a different points but for every person that purchases a a ticket we're going to give us some of this are away we did at the black history month program that let us make man put on did very well when I shared it and so I got a couple pieces of my share and again for those who are interested in purchasing a ticket for me I I don't care if you purchase the ticket from anyone even if you go to Molly's website I don't care I'm you know my goal is to push the take is because we have some scholarships to give away so I got him some some portrait for those folks I anyways a portrait output a piece up on my Facebook page it is on a poster size card to be great if you got it framed you could hang getting you off we get give a little bit of teachers I stand as a black man and let him know what he gives as gives us a list meet their idea about a minute of it they if I stand as a black man would you hear me beyond my degrees what do the letters by my name convince you that I'm tame and so now you're ready to listen if I stand to disagree would you conclude that I'm angry simply because my views are not mainstream or should I select the day to put the time away and then stand pose black captain loose clothes why vintages safety diminish although I look into your eyes somehow you've contrived to this bill curve theory of my intelligence although it's clear to me that your insidious pathogens remain like a stain pressed on to a brain were invincible ignorance is bliss the point I stresses I digress to conclude this poetic soliloquy as I stand among a million black men put more of the degrees in the mind can conceive from Harvard to Howard in the A. you see to the streets of Atlanta university hi stay and you can get that you know snap snap snap on the wood CJ will get left and then you can get this on a beautiful post to be great given the health of your son now as you get rid transition to whatever university to hang on your wall in your office Hey get the hot house but in a nice frame there we go and we want to do you have you have a whole collection of the absolutely it's just two of my it's a bunch of a modest women will do that later on but this is women have on we got one for the women tribute to the black woman four four eight nine two two seven zero three and give us a look if you buy a ticket today you buy ticket we don't give gear no table you buy to get tickets for Gary tape I'm watching because it also come to my phone if if somebody about taking let me see if and but about the good regarding on my phone the minute you give a damn my phone and that I got the I got to get a real charger for this thing this one on toll up down it implode bill for two hours you get one percent charge that's a galaxy you got you know this is and and you know it actually broke Indiana drive tape it back together this Samsung galaxy ten plus I got a new one and it a doing the thing here off all four eight nine two two seven zero three a turn Davis teller by let me tell me to put my plugin is once you buy a table that Attorney Davis is stable and I'll know in a minute if my phone come back I'll put another base that this thing massive bank is in charge of this fall and but his other thing that we frankly need you to do I talked about those one hundred a plastic is we need for our scholarship recipients however shake out without turning back we gave fifty thousand dollars last year fifty two thousand we're gonna hit that mark a higher and so that means about fifty young people will come to the gala and get some kind of scholarship for months with parents work parents so the quick map to you that's I mean that's a hundred and fifty hundred fifty taking I'd be a hundred and fifty you really I just need a hundred and forty six because I think for five you already did it to go make a donation now here's the wonderful thing if you know where did lanta in Philadelphia Cincinnati where I got the greatest listening crowd down in Florida I probably got more people listen in in Florida than this and in Atlanta I've been here all my life big crew down in Florida in the Miami Tampa area our sponsor a child to go to this gala and help us pay for those tickets just because that will give they they again the war tell me will have played for the plate and I will tell you I it is costly not at all I need is about a hundred and twenty you all twenty or so the number sponsors myself as we always do and about a hundred and twenty you all who will give a hundred dollar right now and I are gonna do is go to the alarm L. U. M. M. gala G. A. L. A. dot event bright E. V. E. N. T. R. B. R. I. T. E. S. dot com and now he would want to gear pieces of book poetry in the mail to you too all you gotta do is go let me see who's gonna be the first one to give it if you can't get it at that level if you can give that fifty dollars when it on whatever you can give in to think about let us make man we don't have no staff and no ministration over here every dollar we raise after the expenses go straight to a scholarship fund and I will tell you this we help he is even after this event is over I have colleges administrators called in I guess and he is you need for five hundred dollars he paid A. L. S. A. T. freaky you do this I mean and so if the money that we give it away and attorney David has also on the how universal for the day Davey down pretty good we'll have the give them to my although we did they give got hit thank we go back and look at the pictures his chill I had left because doctors wives children he has all girls you know it would go Mali head boy we look back when they was you only like seven eight years old passed out flyers absolutely and they are much is apart alarm as anybody and so it looks I had one thing going he yet as somebody who would give so I'm sitting here waiting four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three give at any level now the knowledge we have about ten fifteen more minutes ago give added eleven out the knowledge your odds here and let me go back because we had some people to give last week and those.

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"e. r" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on KCRW

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"e. r" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Nurse was the price you see my blood pressure was to eleven over one oh eight so that was extremely high so I lay down in the office for a bit and she took it again and it was still high so she told me I go over to E. R. to have my blood pressure monitor so I thought I'd be in ER with a cut on my arm and then I was admitted they rolled out a wheelchair how's that yeah it was very scary rolled out a wheelchair and said we're going to watch so I was in the hospital for four hours and I had worked all day I was thinking I'd go right back home then my doctor came in and he told me I needed to have the baby immediately and that I would be ambulance from a federal a hospital to two comma I was thirty five weeks so I within an ambulance never wrote an ambulance my life and this was all based on my blood pressure so I got to the hospital stay the night and then in the morning is when I was told how second way and that's when I heard I had pre eclampsia so that's high blood pressure in pregnancy never heard of frequency I couldn't even pronounce I was told that I would be induced within three days and they wanted to develop my baby's lungs so that's indeed what happened I ways induced three days later had a healthy baby five pounds four ounces and that's my nineteen year old today home but my blood pressure remained high so even after delivering I was on bed rest for another three days wow so that's where my journey began and so it wasn't just connected with pregnancy it continued I think it's so great that you're sharing this story Monique because well it helps demonstrate how we're starting to recognize some of these factors risk factors that are specific to women and one of those are pregnancy related complications like preeclampsia decisional diabetes because we think of pregnancy as a sort of stress tests and it kind of on mass some of these metabolic or vascular Hino vessel related dysfunctions that might be present and so it's real included in the guidelines now to take these types of specific women specific risk factors into account right and that they took it very seriously only had it on the debt which was really in part and is that hereditary without pass high blood pressure but high blood pressure is threaded my hand bother had it my mother has said I have it my sister had set hello it is hereditary so you didn't have any symptoms that you knew of no no so when I again I we was in my thirty fifth week I wasn't even add weekly prenatal appointments so I just grab my purse put on my flip flops went out the door to my doctor's appointment and I felt fine I had worked all day I was going to return to work the next day and when they will doubt the wheelchair at yarn I said I don't need to spend money it was two hours in the hospital before I started seeing spots in front of my eyes but prior to that no symptoms I had some swelling in my feet but that's to be expected it was summer I was pregnant but other than that no symptoms so how would somebody know if they had high blood pressure if they didn't get diagnosed at the doctor is what I do to this day is to take my blood pressure regularly so I take it two or three times a week at home at home I think her story demonstrates why hypertension or high blood pressure is called the silent killer because a lot of people will not have symptoms until their blood pressure is extremely high and so it's important to go to those regular check ups and be proactive about checking it every so often and if you do have high blood pressure studies have shown that people do better and have better blood pressure control if they check at home and so it's great to have a cough available to just check like you have been so it's somebody listening maybe they're like I wonder if I have it and they happen to be picking up a prescription and they see that little chair with a cuff is that a good way to start check things actually there's been people who have come to my office because they've checked up our tiles or some local pharmacy or grocery store and they said well I thought I get it checked out a little closer and there's been other people who haven't seen a doctor in years but they want to get their teeth fixed and the dentist checks it and they come to me with new high blood pressure and I know with the go read that has been something that has helped people become more aware if somebody learned that they had high blood pressure like you said they went to the dentist they came to you what would be the best next steps for them well I think just making the diagnosis is important knowing that it's just not a one off thing or white coat hypertension so that's where the home blood pressure cuff can be useful it's good for people to know and be educated about what an ideal blood pressure is really ideal is less than one twenty over eighty and people say oh wow that's awfully low but that's actually what I deal is I think there's been some creep in what we think of as a a normal blood pressure just as we've gotten used to higher and higher weight knowing that and knowing what the goal should be for your blood pressure for most people it's going to be less than one thirty over AT and just keeping track of that and keeping an open communication with your doctor I just was thinking when you were talking that you said those high numbers and it occurred to me I don't know what a normal number is right so again educating ourselves on this we were talking about management right now I am really well at managing on my blood pressure but I have to admit that I have not always been had it for nineteen years and it's probably taking me seventeen years to really take it serious as I mentioned I had My Baby premature so I was overwhelmed at thirty six weeks they with early unexpected and so I was more concentrating on taking care of him than myself typical mom for the most part it was just medication that I took to manage my blood pressure but in recent years I've had a few things that have made me realize that I need to take it a little more serious ten years ago my dad died of congenital heart failure and that was that in and then in the last few years my mom's been diagnosed with heart disease and she also had four surgeries and then she's had a pacemaker for here and now she's living with congestive heart failure so I feel like I have one foot in the door and so I really need to take my blood pressure th so what I've done in recent years is I tend to work out at least three to five days a week my co workers since the me lacing up my shoes and they know I'm going on my walk when weather permits so I normally get in about two miles a day I also go to the gym and take a class that I enjoy so it's really important to find things that you enjoy and that you like doing so I like walking I go walking with my husband and I like the classes that I attend also I help the diet is really important I love carbs I love Fridays they located chips that love soda you talk in my life right so really putting those down in eighteen more healthy diet and also taking my blood pressure medication of course and my blood pressure but the hardest thing for me it's been my weight weight control I have noticed when my blood pressure is down my way this yeah so that's something that I'm always struggling with but with the healthy diet exercise I'm feeling better and just put it a part of my life well then I love it that your purpose is for your heart because when we do it to lose weight sometimes that's not a good enough motivator but talk to me a little bit about denial because that seems to be something that I think people really struggle with yeah I think it's hard that people a lot of people with high blood pressure that's the first thing that that happens to them in terms of I was I was so healthy and all of a sudden my blood pressure is high and I have to take medications and it's just that really hard leap of being I was healthy and now I'm I'm kind of sick and so it's it's hard for people to say I have to take a medication every day especially when they're not having symptoms and they don't feel terribly bad all the time and maybe they've have side effects and they feel a little worse with with medications at first then so we like to give patients a chance to turn those lifestyle things around but it's hard because my cell is a hard thing to change and so those things you can only wait so long before you say we have to take action and sometimes it's hard to exercise when your blood pressure goes even higher and and you can't exercise because your blood pressure is getting in the way the high blood pressure and so that's when you really do have to depend on the meds and and start them so that people can make those lifestyle changes and hopefully ultimately get off this medications that's always our hope that we don't have to use the medications for ever and the other thing it's also hard because some people feel like they're doing everything right and even then their blood pressure is high and they feel like it's some kind of failure right and I tried to help patients not and not feel so guilty about it there's some things that are not under our control can be genetic like in your case that there's a predisposition for it and it's just one of those things that aging as we get older our body changes we know that our joints get stiffer and our arteries gets differ too but that's harder to accept as something that we need to treat right I try to make patients feel like understand that it's it's very common and it's better to prevent all those complications so to be proactive about it prevention is better and that's really been make for me as to why I didn't take it as serious because I had no symptoms so it's just taking medication I hate taking medication I don't even like taking aspirin it took to see that my father died and that my mom's sick from the disease to really take it serious I know that I need to take my blood pressure and monitor it and make it a part of my life and I saw you nod your head when she said sometimes you start taking the medicine you don't have any symptoms and then you feel bad I've been on medication for so long now that really early on and may have had some side effects but I don't now it's just the fact that they don't like taking medication so what I do because I'm not great at it I put reminders on my phone so I have a reminder on my phone every day to take my medication doctor if you don't take it daily it doesn't help it it's really best to take a daily people can get into trouble when they forget to refill it and come in I've even had patients who get admitted to the hospital because they didn't think is a big deal to miss it for a week or something in their blood pressure shot up so high I think it's interesting because it's true a lot of people it's more the idea of taking medications than it is any side effects in particular and I'll and actually sometimes people feel better when their blood pressure is under control they feel so much better and so I think it's just getting over that initial psychological hump that's it's very difficult I am a life coach my other job and the mindset is so important people decide something and then that's where they come from it's like they almost have to let go of what they thought well I don't have any symptoms so I don't have it it is really a mindset issue and it's.

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"e. r" Discussed on X96

X96

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on X96

"New website HIV and the me dot com now the HIV in the M. E. R. capitalized I don't know if that's necessary some of the branded condoms said greater sex on earth you into sex get it you into yes sex yes enjoy your mountain explore Utah's caves don't go bear this is the place and put your arch into it is a condom you don't confirm to channel two that funding for the condom campaign came from a CDC grant they order just shy of a hundred and thirty thousand condoms forty two thousand were distributed I don't think they went out to the public although they did go to local health departments around the state and my guess is that of the employees there dug into the Serbs supplies to make sure that they had some at least collector's item I hope of the state wants to reclaim the mall the governor's office when you depart drop Utah department of health the delivered I do not I do like the channel two's request for any interviews about this I wrapped my rascal to Charles and this is gotten more publicity than it would have gotten if they just let it be so this is just and we've talked about this before other people have but it's just so disturbing rural Montana and this is happened in other places a number of us to has lost too many native women and then Selena disappear rural Montana so for decades with little public notice native women and girls have gone missing or been found murdered the disappearance of a one of a woman named Selena not afraid is showing how much things are changing hopefully Ross Laettner a member of the western Montana search dogs headed out to search for Selena not afraid near the flight creek rest stop where she the teenager was last seen Jackie big hair a woman who has been very much involved in getting people to take notice of the fact that native and indigenous women have disappeared with with no investigation has been parking at the rest stop where her sixteen year old daughter had been reported missing I just have to be here she said I don't know where else to go she's been sleeping in her car at the rest stop thinking that somehow maybe she'll come back her daughter will reappear at the rest stop well it's been a national outcry over the killings and disappearances of into just women reached a boiling point in Montana and big horn county a rural stretch of rolling mountains and ranch lands where the crow in the northern Cheyenne reservations are they have the highest rate of missing and murdered native Americans in Montana and among the highest nationwide local activists had an incomplete count of twenty seven eighty women who'd gone meant missing in recent memory now there are twenty eight with this so young woman Selena not afraid this is a crisis buried all he did for generations and tell a few years ago when families and started talking about it last year five thousand last year five thousand five hundred ninety indigenous women were reported missing sounds like a lot it is a locked according to the FBI's national crime information center but advocates say the staggeringly high rates of violence or as Tina put it sounds like a lot suffered by indigenous people is still not fully reflect flecked within the official accounting some of the victims are misclassified as Asian or Hispanic summer overlooked if they live in urban areas instead of reservations or their cases are just simply lost because nobody cares that much about them law enforcement officials say they can be extremely difficult to investigate it's just it's stunning and this is happening in in Canada there's a huge you think that's a big number I don't have it in front of me but they say the moon missing the indigenous people in Alaska and in Canada are you wouldn't you just would not believe the numbers of people of women that have gone missing cause nobody cares except their families and the people know them but anybody who can do something about it they don't care its owner five radio from hell on X. ninety six we go the winner from Rangoon one way back in the seven o'clock hour cast your mind back back through the mists of time and as the mist clear perhaps you will see motor candidate number one remember if it was called god it took good care of me a Pennsylvania woman who drove her car speeding car into the path of another speeding car as a test of her face and lo and behold god did love her god did take care of her she was on the injured two people in the other car injured pretty badly god didn't care about.

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"e. r" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"E. R. to seven to eight eight one you and the rest of the hour to play one randomly selected nationwide entrant will win the money message and data rates apply from the rush taxi five five iris call sports desk ready cartoon can extend seventy newsradio the house wrapping up the voter that would formally stand articles of impeachment against president trump to the Senate we have in depth team coverage verities coming up at the bottom of the hour ten thirty right now it is ten twenty five sponsored by indeed the traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives he Tom tranice art with some good news that earlier crash on the eastbound side of the two ten of Pennsylvania has been cleared out of lanes Caltrans would be repairing the center divider so you will still see some delays but the accident itself has gone over the four or five in a couple of problems here southbound four fives past Washington in injury crash been moved off to the right shoulder we also had a disabled vehicle off to the right children four five south past Venice Boulevard that's got traffic flow out of the valley has really recovered yet from the morning drive to the back of starts at victory Boulevard it is pretty solid all the way down into Culver city finally gets better right around Culver Boulevard after that to get right Holly into Orange County quite a past north outside of the one on one and farm with a crash here in the narrow center divider you see some slowing as you approach the gold State freeway jammed up in both directions into and out east LA southbound side of five busy backless feels Boulevard right down towards the east LA interchange the northbound side slows of Boyle heights busy up an Atwater village clears up after that I looks like there's a crash adding to the slowing the active five southbound stadium way blocked the late sixties on their way so you'll see them try to clear that and then the war westbound side of the ninety one still busy from the fifty seven it's gonna stay slow over towards the five clears up after that eastbound side of the ninety one completely unaffected at this point we also have some pretty solid delays over on the one on one the eastbound side busy out of Encino from just about receita Boulevard slowly over towards a Hollywood splits and then the southbound side of the Hollywood freeway the one seventy busy from Oxnard St down through the Cahuenga pass indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions that sort to review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard learn more at indeed D. dot com slash higher unix port at thirty five more traffic ports more often top trade can extend seventy newsradio so in California weather forecast sunshine today but all on the chilly side highs only in the upper fifties to mid sixties club start moving in tonight clouds rain and cold tomorrow the brunt of the wind will bring will be tomorrow.

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"e. r" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Going on the reading I work in a V. E. R. and kind of a lower socio economic part of the state and a cool myself every like maybe six months just to make sure I don't have any information out and about a month ago maybe a Google that and I saw my name and I have my age on this website called my log dot com and then I went into it and it had everything about me my address all my neighbors addresses and their names and their kids and too much information and it was a little bit frightening is frightening is specially because you don't know what you're going to see in the in the right like anybody could lead to my house and I was just thinking of the of the fighting for police officers and everybody that now is there is there any way that you can just put your first name on your badge I would actually two different cars and one for one way one together okay first name only other one has my first initial my last name all right so okay so here's one let's talk about these data brokerage sites okay of my life dot com some of these sites have a way for you to opt out and you always have to like going to the terms and conditions and things like that which gets into a complete nightmare with my life in order to get your data taken out which by the way if you haven't Google yourself at this site you just might want to and then opt out is you actually have to call them okay I know this sounds crazy to call the army yeah and then I had to call them and then she tried to sell me there one of their subscription now and I don't want a subscription I want nothing to do with you guys yes and so is is you want to think when you dial the number hit number two that's when you get to the opt out part of it so I have we have a number on our website will post a link to a because there are others like should you want to opt out but in addition to my life when you're on the phone with them you want to opt out of another site called week dot com so when you have them on the phone say get not only take me out of this site take me out of your other side okay now you also want to get out of the instant checkmate Intelius PQ public records people there's a whole list and over a Camaro come we actually have the opt out instructions for all of these various sites and so if you haven't yet found yourself on these other sites are looked at these other sites have the that was also a great thing for you to do especially you know like you said you don't really know who you're dealing with in the emergency room or the emergency department and you want to make sure that you're always safe and will post a link to this tip over and commanded a calm I'm Cathy thank you so much for your call coming right back if you have an Amazon eco smart speaker there's are are some essential security settings that you need to know about we're going to pass those along before we leave you here on this can commando show the start of a new year brings opportunity and if you're a business owner like me and are looking for quality candidates to expand your business linkedin jobs can help you find the right hires to set you up for a strong year when my team and I need to hire candidates with both the hard and soft skills were looking for we use linkedin jobs.

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"e. r" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"A drum beat him like a drum. by the way you yeah there is a lot of back and forth as to what are called she is just going to go ahead and officially announced impeachment today I know that the announcement is scheduled for five PM is CNN is reporting that she plans to put a resolution on the house floor tomorrow as more lawmakers voiced their support it's very interesting because one person eight always tweeting about how he would be downplaying this if you thought you gonna be disappointing or in reaching people like her nonsense but apparently he is building up at five PM yeah announcement yeah that's a big deal that means she's you know want it I want attention office so that it's it's still could be the select committee though. I know I know I just it is so interesting to sort of see the. right incredibly differing accounts because we've got people still saying that there's there's a formal impeachment inquiry our and then we've got people saying something is gonna start tonight or tomorrow or whatever it's all over the map yeah. it is interesting though to watch it yeah I don't know what that means putting a resolution on the floor of the house what is I mean I what with yeah. each. I don't you know I mean it's like it seems like a lot of these different things that sounds like they might be conflicting are actually the same thing right you know I mean yeah I agree it's just worded differently yeah exactly exactly just semantics. yeah so. they start impeachment proceedings of they haven't even investigated the Ukraine thing yeah. don't they have to invest that in get the transcripts or you know. yeah a big version don't they have to do that before the impeach. I have no I mean honestly I don't I should maybe better being B. E. R. no wonder you know what what this is exactly what the proper steps are but I I don't know I think no one knows because they've already. yeah. the.

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"e. r" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Resist I have the place nobody I can only imagine what inspired that song I never had an apartment before so just finally have my own place and it was magical is gorgeous beautiful tub I never to use it because I was afraid of the roaches so unfortunately there's always like pros and cons to that but it was mine and I love it like it was my baby and I still miss that apartment even though there was a bug issues I'm missing what makes me wonder why there aren't more songs like that R. and B. and E. R. and B. as very dominated by relationships right sex relationships songs but it does make me wonder why aren't there more songs about other milestone wow in our and be like why why is that first of all I'm thankful that people love new apartment so much because I always feel like my comfort zone is running about romance and sex but I think there's this narrative that the world just wants to hear about simple things and or just extreme like sadness I've just been broken up with or something like that so yeah I think that's why it's hard for people to realize I could talk about the fact that I had a dog.

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"e. r" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"T. E. R. because everything literally everything in my life and my career is up is upon based on on my name great great times we're going to get in a moment here to bill ripkin from M. L. B. tonight it'll be network I do want to on a rush because he is everywhere I want to circle back to just reporting a rosh did work for the LA times talk to Anthony Davis about his decision to be a Laker and I have called for me in it I just quiet don't go Duggar Lakers don't force me to really want and silver just crushed the hopes and dreams of Lakers fans everywhere and squash the AD trade but as we wait for that some interesting insight on why Anthony Davis claims he wants to be a Laker what his motivations are and I find that really interesting there you have that kind of well to that kind of tell you that kind of success the things that motivate you and nothing you say motivate you but that actually re choose a human being are going to very depending on who you are so I don't know that we take a deer this word I think it's interesting what he's saying here in talking to Arash Markazi AD said quote money comes and goes your legacy is forever I think I you establish yourself in the NBA what you do on off the court is something that people will remember forever obviously our money is public and people know we make by the end of day no one cares about how much money you make we'll get back then the second one all really started talks in baseball with bill ripkin you can watch bill on MLB tonight coming up at six eastern featuring look ins of live games analysis plus MOB network will have wall to wall ours to all star coverage beginning this Sunday in Cleveland bill thanks rob happy Wednesday they sure they should be in here no problem what's going on today living the dream well you know what your bill auto great now deliver Jim Rome so right like life is life is good I'm talking to you things are things are awesome and I I want to ask you as we get ready for the all star festivities in Cleveland from your vantage point how do you like how do you feel about the tweaks to the selection process and how may be created a little more diversity of teams this year well I I agree with you when you come into the mid summer classic or or an all star game in baseball I think it kind of follows suits with the different all star games and the other major sports you have to kind of keep it fresh you have to kind of keep tweaking things as you move along and I think this voting process added a little bit more of attention for the sport of baseball I'm of of a little bit more of the old school mentality and M. happy that our all star game baseball's all star game is still by far the best of any major sport all star game because you actually see the game played the way the game is played NBA the run up and down the court issue three is they don't know what plays defense it's a hundred and seventy five two hundred and sixty by the second quarter and I don't think that that's necessarily good I love the fact that hockey tweak their stop up a little bit and made a little bit more entertaining and free lanced a little bit but football and basketball I can't watch I do love watching our sport at the all star game because of somebody throws ninety five miles an hour during the regular season he might actually door ninety six or ninety seven in the all star game disease let me eat so I think that our sport is in in a good place I love the young talent that we have in baseball in today's game and a lot of the young talent can be on display at the all star game in Cleveland the written on the show and into your point I I was lucky enough to take my kids to the all star game in San Diego a few years ago and it captured my children's attention imagination their baseball fans now in large part because of that experience because it was the game is it supposed to be with the most important players on the face of the earth another thing that bill that they they loved was I was very surprised by it my kids were utterly obsessed with the home run derby they they loved it and I know that some players have some skepticism in some reticence to being a part of that process concerns that could affect their swing I know when jock appears in several years ago here in LA the Dodgers was on a tear there are a lot of people that would come on when I was doing Dodgers radio and talk about the fact that they didn't want to participate he did whether the correlation to some of his troubles are not as maybe up to you to answer do do you buy the idea do you believe the notion that guys who participate in the home run derby can jeopardize their performance post all star game I don't think so I think most of the guys during the home run derby understand with I don't know what they are Amazon mom all four of you would see one of the greatest.

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"e. r" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"e. r" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"It is a approximately half hour weekly podcast, where they very simply take a subject of any kind it might be like climate change. It might be DNA like have, you know, hereditary companies it might be vaccines. Be might be gun control. It's basically issues that people throw all kinds of opinions out, and they say, we're only going to talk about what the what the latest science is they do, like upwards of a hundred you know, resources or references in each podcast to is very well researched half hour. And if you're the kind of person is just an inquisitive mind. And you wanna know what the science says about a particular thing you can just scroll through. They've already addressed a lot of different subjects and keep coming out with weekly episodes. So science versus recommended VS or. V. E. R. S US just VS. Okay easier. Yeah. There you have another ear biscuit, in the can. Hashtag your biscuits. Let us know if any part of this conversation are the experience. I shared resonates with you in any way to hear from you. Hashtag your biscuits. Spaghetti again next week because that's what we do. Well, that's what we plan on doing weekly. Yeah, we plan on it. I'm saying, I don't know what life could throw at us. If it all lines up, we'll, we'll bring another biscuit, you away..

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