18 Burst results for "Eight Ten Weeks"

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

"Quarterbacks to understand studied the coverage and what they're getting where to go with the football and at the same time no we're all five eligible are at all times where they should be and based on what you see on the front side knowing the timing of the play. I don't like it. Let me get to the backside. It's not they're not covered The guys that were supposed to be let me get it my check down right now and and he does that he. He's got that sense of timing in his head and again i don't know if that's just been. He's been coached all that time. Or just really. It just makes sense to him. Well that's new england and the saints Game of the week bar none tampa bay and the rams and are the rams ready to win this kind of a game or is this the kind of matchup that if it happened. Six eight ten weeks from now. Maybe it'd be different but maybe the rams right now aren't ready to to beat this version of the box. Yes great question. It is is a great question They jump out to a big lead. And then you end up getting kind of real back into the end and still win the game against indianapolis book. I you know it's at home right. It's in it's in los angeles this is going to be. This is going to be interesting. Because here's the thing that i think is benefits. The rams. The rams and john mcveigh have this. It's the the illusion of complexity or it's the illusion of spread. And they wanna make you feel like they're this big time spread football team. We're just gonna you check it all around the barnyard. When really sean mcvay it is at his core comes from kind of. There's a lot of mike shanahan. We're going to run the snow the ball and we're in a cramped down your throat or setup. All the play action. Well interestingly enough your face and tampa team that historically over the last couple of years they don't let you run the ball on them. It's not what they do. And so it'll be very interesting if the rams can establish that run and be and i'm not talking about you know six yards carry. Let's gash him. But i'm saying can we get our twenty two to twenty five runs. Can we average three and a half four yards a carry. Can we open up all that crossing stuff in the flood route concepts on one side you know. Can we get the boot keep game going. Can we do some of those things to create some explosives for matthew stafford. I think those are the things that intrigued me about this matchup. So you and. I have a friendly debate about you. You insist. aaron. Donald is the best football player. Correct in the nfl. And i always like mark it. It's always going to be a quarterback. So he's going to be a quarterback because of the importance in the nature of the position. And how the league bills everything around the quarterback. So would you agree then. Would you give me this when a guy like aaron. Donald is going up against tom brady. This is a game where aaron donald has to wreck the game to show that he truly is the best player in football. Yeah i think that's a think it's a really good statement mike. I just don't think even if he doesn't like the game like he's recommend the rams win the game if he doesn't if he doesn't right. Oh okay i don't. I think i think that you know you can play great. You know one things. The rams historically have been at least last year's is they'll let you pick them apart they'll let you throw it underneath it at you. Know four five yards a clip They just realized that at some point during the course of that drive it takes you twelve plays aaron donald gonna wreck one of them you know and then paget grams. You're gonna get pick or knocked down or whatever and so they they really they really play into that kind of philosophical approach to to the game. The thing that's interesting to me is that you can really take advantage of their just pin years back in rush the passer attitude that the rams play with but you have to their certain plays you have to be able to run to take advantage of and and when you when you look at bruce arians and tampa. I mean they're gonna they're gonna play gaps can play twenty to do. Oh there's gonna try to get double teams across the board and say are big guys are going to beat your big guys up and we're gonna get forward and full forward for four yards and every now and again your linebackers gonna get lost pop inside my gonna go outside and that four yard game becomes a twelve yard or twenty yard gain. That's kind of how they play When you plan a guy like donald. I want him up field. I want to invite him up field. I want to invite him up. Field and trap him. I wanna invite him up filling withdraw and run something right underneath them. Like i really like. Obviously you can put that in. You can install it but at what cost when you're installing something new that you're not really running very much do you. en- do your players really understand the nuance of that. Play right his you can steal it from other teams and teams do this all. The time they steal plays.

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Remember the more stations. You have in a complex harder. It is on the nervous system so personally if i can get the job done with two station when the complex i will take that option so what you can do is period is over several weeks or even several months you can start by trying to transfer string to a basic power movements or conflicts on back scott and loaded. Jump squat or left and poetry or squat. Barak was fairly similar movement pattern. One is heavy on his fast. But not biometrics dan. You could move to another step. Which is i'm gonna try to transfer power clean to jump in temple so did not too close together. We will work on that. Then you can work on trying to transfer that jump to vertical or debt. Jump to jump in any asylum complex. You're gonna do that jump or broad jump and you cut next with sprinting. So it's you need to understand where the movement is on the spectrum understanding that closer together dynamically to movements audit easier transference and understanding if you are capable or not of easily transferring strenuous. You're more easily transferred him. Were maury can go with back. Slot sprinting. that's fine. Batch went jumping. But if. I'm not good at doing that than i need to. Use either more station in the complex tweet. Four stations or period is over eight ten weeks various steps in your in your complex. Now if you're using for example complex What i personally recommend is i would if you still need to train strength even though you are you had a strength component in your complex. You're not using and that's important to understand when you're doing a complex. And that's where people screw up complexes they tried to that heavy movement too much. The purpose of the heavy movement in in the complex is not pushed. your strength even higher. It's meant to gain. Strength is to tell you a branding. Strength and power are similar. You the same thing just the strength. Cook life now. Justify it fast so people pushed a strength movement. Too hard will actually tweet. Too much neurological fatigue and physical atique and will inhibit the power movement so at the most complex the strength movement is an rpg of seven point. Five or eight. It's a way that's heading. Feel comfortable.

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Dr props. Thanks so much for being with us. Can you start off by explaining. What the delta variant has to do with this increased number of children being hospitalized. Why are they so particularly vulnerable right now. Right now we are. In an unfortunate situation where the delta virus virus a is prevalent the delta variant code nineteen is the prevalence circulating variant in this country. It is more easily transmissible and notably more easily transmissible to those who are unvaccinated. And as i'm sure you and your listeners know a children under age twelve are currently still ineligible to be vaccinated against kobe. Nineteen they are currently are most vulnerable population just as this highly transmissible variant is surging across the country notably in texas in florida in louisiana and arkansas missouri. And many other states and doctor you talk about. Also the issue of long cove in children. There have been reports that many children are suffering from lingering of physical mental and neurological symptoms as result of sometimes that infection that is a very mild or as symptomatic. Absolutely that is one of the greatest concerns. I would say a for pediatricians and frankly should be one of the greatest concerns for parents across the country right now There is a condition as many people have heard called long. Hobart it was originally identified and adults mostly because adults were getting tested of from day. One children have been under tested in this country So long hosted on now also known as post acute sequeira of copa nineteen is the condition that can arise weeks two months later And generally involves a constellation of symptoms including the rainfall. Many people have heard a low grade. Fevers a malays. That just won't go away lack of energy And unfortunately we are seeing more and more long hoven which can be truly debilitating in young children. we are seeing ads. The incidents among the pediatric population increases We are starting to see those cases so The malaysian fatigue. That just does not go away sticks eight ten weeks after an acute coveted infection which might even have been a mild infection. The vast majority of children do not require hospitalization for coping. Nineteen however that does not mean they are safe or somehow immune from a long hosted or from multi-system inflammatory conditions that can occur postcode infection. Could you respond to texas governor avid so having issued a ban on school masking mandates so frustrating as hell pediatrician and as a parent. I feel for parents who are making these difficult decisions right now whether to homeschool Many school districts do not offer virtual option this year many have done away with the plexiglas and some of the other covert mitigating Modes and modalities in their classrooms. Our governor unfortunately has taken our children's lives and Is using it in a political game of chicken. That's really the best way to describe it right now. I'm thrilled to see a houston independent slow district. Our new superintendent miller house last week announced intention to issue a mass mandate in our huge public school system. Here in houston. Dallas has followed. Austin has followed other districts are now starting to try to come up with a virtual option Masks our last best hope of defense for children who are vulnerable and that includes every single child under age twelve right now unfortunately it also includes a huge proportion of our population of school aged children who are eligible a who are between ages twelve and seventeen currently only thirty percent of tweens and adolescence. In that in that age group are fully vaccinated and so pediatricians across the country and the american academy of pediatrics are begging parents to get their children vaccinated before the start of school. When you say. Dr christine probst that the governor is threatening the health of the children of texas. I would say what he is. Doing is a direct threat to the health and well-being of the children of texas. Unfortunately also we need to keep in. Mind that for for some texans who can't afford to send their children to private school. This might not be a problem. Private schools have issued mass mandates of private schools are doing ruled testing and screening for symptoms. This will disproportionately a fact in in every way Health mental wellbeing education. The most vulnerable students among the host vulnerable of our population and so that includes our unvaccinated children under age twelve. Who are in. Perhaps the poorest performing oldest schools with the most overcrowding with the oldest school buildings with the poorest ventilation those children have a disproportionately high incidents of some co morbidity is that even put them at higher risk asthma high bmi or obesity. So those children absolutely will be disproportionately affected by this Surely political and unfortunate decision by governor dr christina approach. We're going to break then. Come back to the critical discussion about children. And kovic. Y it's not only surging. Cova does not only surging in the united states among children and also among the unvaccinated population overall but around the world is well dr christina. Probst does a pediatrician to private practice in houston. Member of the american academy of pediatrics council on children and disasters member of the texas pediatric society committee on infectious diseases. And immunizations will be back with her in a moment Ceo of tranquility.

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Dr props. Thanks so much for being with us. Can you start off by explaining. What the delta variant has to do with this increased number of children being hospitalized. Why are they so particularly vulnerable right now. Right now we are. In an unfortunate situation where the delta virus virus a is prevalent the delta variant code nineteen is the prevalence circulating variant in this country. It is more easily transmissible and notably more easily transmissible to those who are unvaccinated. And as i'm sure you and your listeners know a children under age. Twelve are currently still ineligible to be needed against kobe. Nineteen they are currently are most vulnerable population. Just as this highly transmissible syrient is surging across the country. Notably in texas in florida in louisiana and arkansas missouri. And many other states and doctor you talk about. Also the issue of long cove in children. There have been reports that many children are suffering from lingering of physical mental and neurological symptoms as result of sometimes that infection that is a very mild or as symptomatic. Absolutely that is one of the greatest concerns. I would say a for pediatricians and frankly should be one of the greatest concerns for parents across the country right now There is a condition as many people have heard called long. Hobart it was originally identified and adults mostly because adults were getting tested of from day. One children have been under tested in this country. So long hosted on now also known as host acute sequeira of copa nineteen is the condition that can arise weeks two months later And generally involves a constellation of symptoms including the rainfall. Many people have heard a low grade. Fevers a malays. That just won't go away lack of energy And unfortunately we are seeing more and more long hoven which can be truly debilitating in young children. we are seeing ads. The incidents among the pediatric population increases We are starting to see those cases so The malaysian fatigue. That just does not go away sticks eight ten weeks after an acute coveted infection which might even have been a mild infection. The vast majority of children do not require hospitalization for coping. Nineteen however that does not mean they are safe or somehow immune from a long hosted or from multi-system inflammatory conditions that can occur postcode infection. Could you respond to the texas governor avid so having issued a ban on school masking mandates. It's so frustrating. As hell pediatrician and as a parent. I feel for parents who are making these difficult decisions right now whether to homeschool Many school districts do not offer virtual option this year many have done away with the plexiglas and some of the other covert mitigating Modes and modalities in their classrooms. Our governor unfortunately has taken our children's lives and Is using it in a political game of chicken. That's really the best way to describe it right now. I'm thrilled to see a houston independent slow district. Our new superintendent miller house last week announced intention to issue a mass mandate in our huge public school system. Here in houston. Dallas has followed. Austin has followed other districts are now starting to try to come up with a virtual option Masks our last best hope of defense for children who are vulnerable and that includes every single child under age twelve right now unfortunately it also includes a huge proportion of our population of school aged children who are eligible a. Who are between ages. Twelve and seventeen currently only thirty percent of tweens and adolescence. In that in that age group are fully vaccinated and so pediatricians across the country and the american academy of pediatrics are begging parents to get their children vaccinated before the start of school. When you say. Dr christine probst that the governor is threatening the health of the children of texas. I would say what he is. Doing is a direct threat to the health and well-being of the children of texas. Unfortunately also we need to keep in. Mind that for for some texans who can't afford to send their children to private school. This might not be a problem. Private schools have issued mass mandates of private schools are doing ruled testing and screening for symptoms. This will disproportionately affect in in every way Health mental wellbeing education the most vulnerable students among the host vulnerable of our population and so that includes our unvaccinated children under age twelve. Who are in. Perhaps the poorest performing oldest schools with the most overcrowding with the oldest school buildings with the poorest ventilation those children have a disproportionately high incidents of some co morbidity. Is that even put them at higher risk asthma high bmi or obesity so those children absolutely will be disproportionately affected by this Surely political and unfortunate decision by governor dr christina approach. We're going to break then. Come back to the critical discussion about children. And kovic. Y it's not only surging. Cova does not only surging in the united states among children and also among the unvaccinated population overall but around the world is well dr christina. Pope's does a pediatrician to private practice in houston member of the american academy of pediatrics council. On children and disasters member of the texas pediatric society committee on infectious diseases. And immunizations will be back with her in a moment Ceo of tranquility.

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Dr props. Thanks so much for being with us. Can you start off by explaining. What the delta variant has to do with this increased number of children being hospitalized. Why are they so particularly vulnerable right now. Right now we are. In an unfortunate situation where the delta virus virus a is prevalent the delta variant code nineteen is the prevalence circulating variant in this country. It is more easily transmissible and notably more easily transmissible to those who are unvaccinated. And as i'm sure you and your listeners know a children under age twelve are currently still ineligible to be vaccinated against kobe. Nineteen they are currently are most vulnerable population just as this highly transmissible variant is surging across the country notably in texas in florida in louisiana and arkansas missouri. And many other states and doctor you talk about. Also the issue of long cove in children. There have been reports that many children are suffering from lingering of physical mental and neurological symptoms as result of sometimes that infection that is a very mild or as symptomatic. Absolutely that is one of the greatest concerns. I would say a for pediatricians and frankly should be one of the greatest concerns for parents across the country right now There is a condition as many people have heard called long. Hobart it was originally identified and adults mostly because adults were getting tested of from day. One children have been under tested in this country So long hosted on now also known as post acute sequeira of copa nineteen is the condition that can arise weeks two months later and generally involves a constellation of symptoms including the rainfall. Many people have heard a low grade. Fevers a malays. That just won't go away lack of energy And unfortunately we are seeing more and more long hoven which can be truly debilitating in young children. we are seeing ads. The incidents among the pediatric population increases We are starting to see those cases so The malaysian fatigue. That just does not go away sticks eight ten weeks after an acute coveted infection which might even have been a mild infection. The vast majority of children do not require hospitalization for coping. Nineteen however that does not mean they are safe or somehow immune from a long hosted or from multi-system inflammatory conditions that can occur postcode infection. Could you respond to the texas governor avid so having issued a ban on school masking mandates so frustrating as hell pediatrician and as a parent. I feel for parents who are making these difficult decisions right now whether to homeschool Many school districts do not offer virtual option this year many have done away with the plexiglas and some of the other covert mitigating Modes and modalities in their classrooms. Are governor unfortunately has taken our children's lives and Is using it in a political game of chicken. That's really the best way to describe it right now. I'm thrilled to see a houston independent slow district. Our new superintendent miller house last week announced intention to issue a mass mandate in our huge public school system. Here in houston. Dallas has followed. Austin has followed other districts are now starting to try to come up with a virtual option Masks our last best hope of defense for children who are vulnerable and that includes every single child under age twelve right now unfortunately it also includes a huge proportion of our population of school aged children who are eligible a who are between ages twelve and seventeen currently only thirty percent of tweens and adolescence. In that in that age group are fully vaccinated and so paediatricians across the country and the american academy of pediatrics are begging parents to get their children vaccinated before the start of school. When you say. Dr christine probst that the governor is threatening the health of the children of texas. I would say what he is. Doing is a direct threat to the health and well-being of the children of texas. Unfortunately also we need to keep in. Mind that for for some texans who can't afford to send their children to private school. This might not be a problem. Private schools have issued mass mandates of private schools are doing ruled testing and screening for symptoms. This will disproportionately affect in in every way Health mental wellbeing education the most vulnerable students among the host vulnerable of our population and so that includes our unvaccinated children under age twelve. Who are in. Perhaps the poorest performing oldest schools with the most overcrowding with the oldest school buildings with the poorest ventilation those children have a disproportionately high incidents of some co morbidity. Is that even put them at higher risk asthma high bmi or obesity so those children absolutely will be disproportionately affected by this Surely political and unfortunate decision by governor dr christina approach. We're going to break. Then come back to the critical discussion about children and kovic. Why it's not only surging. Cova does not only surging in the united states among children and also among the unvaccinated population overall but around the world is well dr christina. Probst does a pediatrician to private practice in houston. Member of the american academy of pediatrics council on children and disasters member of the texas pediatric society committee on infectious diseases. And immunizations will be back with her in a moment Ceo of tranquility.

Dr props neurological symptoms sequeira hoven texas miller house copa Fevers Hobart arkansas louisiana houston missouri Dr christine probst florida american academy of pediatrics Dallas Austin asthma high bmi
"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Dr props. Thanks so much for being with us. Can you start off by explaining. What the delta variant has to do with this increased number of children being hospitalized. Why are they so particularly vulnerable right now. Right now we are. In an unfortunate situation where the delta virus virus a is prevalent the delta variant code nineteen is the prevalence circulating variant in this country. It is more easily transmissible and notably more easily transmissible to those who are unvaccinated. And as i'm sure you and your listeners know a children under age twelve are currently still ineligible to be vaccinated against kobe. Nineteen they are currently are most vulnerable population just as this highly transmissible variant is surging across the country notably in texas in florida in louisiana and arkansas missouri. And many other states and doctor you talk about. Also the issue of long cove in children. There have been reports that many children are suffering from lingering of physical mental and neurological symptoms as result of sometimes that infection that is a very mild or as symptomatic. Absolutely that is one of the greatest concerns. I would say a for pediatricians and frankly should be one of the greatest concerns for parents across the country right now There is a condition as many people have heard called long. Hobart it was originally identified and adults mostly because adults were getting tested of from day. One children have been under tested in this country So long hosted on now also known as post acute sequeira of copa nineteen is the condition that can arise weeks two months later And generally involves a constellation of symptoms including the rainfall. Many people have heard a low grade. Fevers malays that just won't go away lack of energy And unfortunately we are seeing more and more long hoven which can be truly debilitating in. Young children We are seeing ads. The incidents among the pediatric population increases We are starting to see those cases so The malaysian fatigue. That just does not go away sticks eight ten weeks after an acute coveted infection which might even have been a mild infection. The vast majority of children do not require hospitalization for coping. Nineteen however that does not mean they are safe or somehow immune from a long hosted or from multi-system inflammatory conditions that can occur postcode infection. Could you respond to the texas governor avid so having issued a ban on school masking mandates. It's so frustrating. As hell pediatrician and as a parent. I feel for parents who are making these difficult decisions right now whether to homeschool Many school districts do not offer virtual option this year many have done away with the plexiglas and some of the other covert mitigating Modes and modalities in their classrooms. Our governor unfortunately has taken our children's lives and Is using it in a political game of chicken. That's really the best way to describe it right now. I'm thrilled to see a houston independent slow district. Our new superintendent miller house last week announced intention to issue a mass mandate in our huge public school system. Here in houston. Dallas has followed. Austin has followed other districts are now starting to try to come up with a virtual option Masks our last best hope of defense for children who are vulnerable and that includes every single child under age twelve right now unfortunately it also includes a huge proportion of our population of school aged children who are eligible Who are between ages. Twelve and seventeen currently only thirty percent of tweens and adolescence. In that in that age group are fully assassinated and so pediatricians across the country and the american academy of pediatrics are begging parents to get their children vaccinated before the start of school. When you say. Dr christine probst that the governor is threatening the health of the children of texas. I would say what he is. Doing is a direct threat to the health and well-being of the children of texas. Unfortunately also we need to keep in. Mind that for for some texans who can't afford to send their children to private school. This might not be a problem. Private schools have issued mass mandates of private schools are doing ruled testing and screening for symptoms. This will disproportionately affect in in every way Health mental wellbeing education the most vulnerable students among the host vulnerable of our population and so that includes our unvaccinated children under age twelve. Who are in. Perhaps the poorest performing oldest schools with the most overcrowding with the oldest school buildings with the poorest ventilation those children have a disproportionately high incidents of some co morbidity. Is that even put them at higher risk asthma high bmi or obesity so those children absolutely will be disproportionately affected by this Surely political and unfortunate decision by governor dr christina approach. We're going to break then. Come back to the critical discussion about children. And kovic. Y it's not only surging. Cova does not only surging in the united states among children and also among the unvaccinated population overall but around the world is well dr christina. Probst does a pediatrician to private practice in houston. Member of the american academy of pediatrics council on children and disasters member of the texas pediatric society committee on infectious diseases. And immunizations will be back with her in a moment Ceo of tranquility.

Dr props neurological symptoms sequeira hoven texas miller house copa Fevers Hobart arkansas louisiana houston missouri Dr christine probst florida american academy of pediatrics Dallas Austin asthma high bmi
"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Dr props. Thanks so much for being with us. Can you start off by explaining. What the delta variant has to do with this increased number of children being hospitalized. Why are they so particularly vulnerable right now. Right now we are. In an unfortunate situation where the delta virus virus a is prevalent the delta variant code nineteen is the prevalence circulating variant in this country. It is more easily transmissible and notably more easily transmissible to those who are naked. And as i'm sure you and your listeners know a children under age twelve are currently still ineligible to be vaccinated against kobe. Nineteen they are currently are most vulnerable population just as this highly transmissible variant is surging across the country notably in texas in florida in louisiana and arkansas missouri. And many other states and doctor you talk about. Also the issue of long cove in children. There have been reports that many children are suffering from lingering of physical mental and neurological symptoms as result of sometimes that infection that is a very mild or as symptomatic. Absolutely that is one of the greatest concerns. I would say a for pediatricians and frankly should be one of the greatest concerns for parents across the country right now There is a condition as many people have heard called long. Hobart it was originally identified and adults mostly because adults were getting tested of from day. One children have been under tested in this country So long hosted on now also known as host acute sequeira of copa nineteen is the condition that can arise weeks two months later And generally involves a constellation of symptoms including the rainfall. Many people have a low grade. Fevers a malays. That just won't go away lack of energy And unfortunately we are seeing more and more long hoven which can be truly debilitating in young children. we are seeing ads. The incidents among the pediatric population increases We are starting to see those cases so The malaysian fatigue. That just does not go away sticks eight ten weeks after an acute coveted infection which might even have been a mild infection. The vast majority of children do not require hospitalization for coping. Nineteen however that does not mean they are safe or somehow immune from a long hosted or from multi-system inflammatory conditions that can occur postcode infection. Could you respond to texas governor avid so having issued a ban on school masking mandates. It's so frustrating. As hell pediatrician and as a parent. I feel for parents who are making these difficult decisions right now whether to homeschool Many school districts do not offer virtual option this year many have done away with the plexiglas and some of the other covert mitigating Modes and modalities in their classrooms. Our governor unfortunately has taken our children's lives and Is using it in a political game of chicken. That's really the best way to describe it right now. I'm thrilled to see a houston independent slow district. Our new superintendent miller house last week announced intention to issue a mass mandate in our huge public school system. Here in houston. Dallas has followed. Austin has followed other districts are now starting to try to come up with a virtual option Masks our last best hope of defense for children who are vulnerable and that includes every single child under age twelve right now unfortunately it also includes a huge proportion of our population of school aged children who are eligible a who are between ages twelve and seventeen currently only thirty percent of tweens and adolescence. In that in that age group are fully vaccinated and so pediatricians across the country and the american academy of pediatrics are begging parents to get their children vaccinated before the start of school. When you say. Dr christine probst that the governor is threatening the health of the children of texas. I would say what he is. Doing is a direct threat to the health and well-being of the children of texas. Unfortunately also we need to keep in. Mind that for for some texans who can't afford to send their children to private school. This might not be a problem. Private schools have issued mass mandates of private schools are doing ruled testing and screening for symptoms. This will disproportionately a fact in in every way Health mental wellbeing education. The most vulnerable students among the host vulnerable of our population and so that includes our unvaccinated children under age twelve. Who are in. Perhaps the poorest performing oldest schools with the most overcrowding with the oldest school buildings with the poorest ventilation those children have a disproportionately high incidents of some co morbidity is that even put them at higher risk asthma high bmi or obesity. So those children absolutely will be disproportionately affected by this Shirley political and unfortunate decision by governor dr christina approach. We're going to break then. Come back to the critical discussion about children. And kovic. Y it's not only surging. Cova does not only surging in the united states among children and also among the unvaccinated population overall but around the world is well dr christina. Probst does a pediatrician to private practice in houston. Member of the american academy of pediatrics council on children and disasters member of the texas pediatric society committee on infectious diseases. And immunizations will be back with her in a moment Ceo of tranquility.

Dr props neurological symptoms sequeira hoven texas miller house Fevers Hobart arkansas louisiana houston missouri Dr christine probst florida american academy of pediatrics dr christina Dallas Austin asthma high bmi
"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Dr props. Thanks so much for being with us. Can you start off by explaining. What the delta variant has to do with this increased number of children being hospitalized. Why are they so particularly vulnerable right now. Right now we are. In an unfortunate situation where the delta virus virus a is prevalent the delta variant code nineteen is the prevalence circulating variant in this country. It is more easily transmissible and notably more easily transmissible to those who are unvaccinated. And as i'm sure you and your listeners know a children under age twelve are currently still ineligible to be vaccinated against kobe. Nineteen they are currently are most vulnerable population just as this highly transmissible variant is surging across the country notably in texas in florida in louisiana and arkansas missouri. And many other states and doctor you talk about. Also the issue of long cove in children. There have been reports that many children are suffering from lingering of physical mental and neurological symptoms as result of sometimes that infection that is a very mild or as symptomatic. Absolutely that is one of the greatest concerns. I would say a for pediatricians and frankly should be one of the greatest concerns for parents across the country right now There is a condition as many people have heard called long. Hobart it was originally identified and adults mostly because adults were getting tested of from day. One children have been under tested in this country So long hosted on now also known as post acute sequeira of copa nineteen is the condition that can arise weeks two months later And generally involves a constellation of symptoms including the rainfall. Many people have heard a low grade. Fevers a malays. That just won't go away lack of energy And unfortunately we are seeing more and more long hoven which can be truly debilitating in young children. we are seeing ads. The incidents among the pediatric population increases We are starting to see those cases so The malaysian fatigue. That just does not go away sticks eight ten weeks after an acute coveted infection which might even have been a mild infection. The vast majority of children do not require hospitalization for coping. Nineteen however that does not mean they are safe or somehow immune from a long hosted or from multi-system inflammatory conditions that can occur postcode infection. Could you respond to texas governor avid so having issued a ban on school masking mandates so frustrating as hell pediatrician and as a parent. I feel for parents who are making these difficult decisions right now whether to homeschool Many school districts do not offer virtual option this year many have done away with the plexiglas and some of the other covert mitigating Modes and modalities in their classrooms. Are governor unfortunately has taken our children's lives and Is using it in a political game of chicken. That's really the best way to describe it right now. I'm thrilled to see a houston independent slow district. Our new superintendent miller house last week announced intention to issue a mass mandate in our huge public school system. Here in houston. Dallas has followed. Austin has followed other districts are now starting to try to come up with a virtual option Masks our last best hope of defense for children who are vulnerable and that includes every single child under age twelve right now unfortunately it also includes a huge proportion of our population of school aged children who are eligible a who are between ages twelve and seventeen currently only thirty percent of tweens and adolescence. In that in that age group are fully vaccinated and so pediatricians across the country and the american academy of pediatrics are begging parents to get their children vaccinated before the start of school. When you say. Dr christine probst that the governor is threatening the health of the children of texas. I would say what he is. Doing is a direct threat to the health and well-being of the children of texas. Unfortunately also we need to keep in. Mind that for for some texans who can't afford to send their children to private school. This might not be a problem. Private schools have issued mass mandates of private schools are doing ruled testing and screening for symptoms. This will disproportionately affect in in every way Health mental wellbeing education the most vulnerable students among the host vulnerable of our population and so that includes our unvaccinated children under age twelve. Who are in. Perhaps the poorest performing oldest schools with the most overcrowding with the oldest school buildings with the poorest ventilation those children have a disproportionately high incidents of some co morbidity. Is that even put them at higher risk asthma high bmi or obesity so those children absolutely will be disproportionately affected by this Surely political and unfortunate decision by governor dr christina approach. We're going to break then. Come back to the critical discussion about children. And kovic. Y it's not only surging. Cova does not only surging in the united states among children and also among the unvaccinated population overall but around the world is well dr christina. Probst does a pediatrician to private practice in houston. Member of the american academy of pediatrics council on children and disasters member of the texas pediatric society committee on infectious diseases and immunizations will be back with her in a moment only Ceo of tranquility.

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Scofield so thank you so much for tuning in and listening to us. We're gonna be talking about all things. Quarterbacks specifically was relevant to the philadelphia eagles so first things first mark. How're you feeling on this. Lovely tuesday morning. I've drilled fantastic racial. I'm so excited to be here of so excited to be doing the show with you. We're going to have so much fun. Doing it. And i do think at the outset. We need to take care of a little bit of business because as the gentle listeners know michael kissed on this show. When we duties episodes we would always start with a historical reference. Hey we we talk about agent history and we talk about like the revolutionary war or crazy things and sometimes do that just because mike. And i like to hear ourselves talk for a little bed and racial and i when we were sort of brainstorm in this show we wondered if we should keep the historical references perhaps move in a different direction like say for example we do movie quotes right since this is the first show. I thought like an appropriate movie quote might be owed wilson's character from armageddon oskar as is getting strapped into a space shuttle to fly an asteroid to land on drill it you set unquote. I got that great scared feeling. Like ninety eight percent excited to percents scared. Or maybe it's more it could be two. It could be ninety. Eight percent scared two percent excited. But that's what makes it so intense. I'm so it's so confused. I can't really figure it out like that could be a quote for like the first day of a training camp show like the first day of a new show or we could we could do. I thought about doing ratio song lyrics but like but like look little look at me. I'm like middle aged white dude like eighties. Total like washed dad references. But do we really need to target. The eighties washed up. Dad demo we could recruit do variety. So what i was thinking ratio is we could put it to vote for the gentle offers. Do they want the historical references to continue in which case i also thought he idea was tonight. Do the historical references but get them wrong by design just to make mike angry. I like metal to not against michael kissed angrier that people that get historical references ron. Of course if we did that dole would be filled which michael janas to reach. So maybe that isn't what we should do. But i do think we could put into vote or sorrel. References sawed lyrics movie quotes something else. But i think it'd be nice to let the gentle listeners. How to say what we do at the top of the show. I think that's a great idea. We wanna know what you wanna hear. So let us know. Retreat is commonly review. And let us know what you want here. I have a feeling the intentionally ron historical references might be where people go just because people want to see. Michael kissed get angry and odd five with that especially we definitely wanna hear might. Yeah no may so we're just gonna hop right into it The news that's been buzzing all over which is extremely relevant to the philadelphia eagles nest carson wentz in the recent but injury report that we saw. I'm seeing that. He's expected to be out from five to twelve weeks. Possibly show doctors just like that clueless generally scared of doctors anyway but five to twelve weeks. So broadly what kind of window is that. I'm confused. I very confused but i feel like maybe there's something they're just not like. That is so broad. Come you get more information. But we also found out that it's supposed to be a injury this dating back to his high school which is also very very strange. It has me questioning like all of these years now with so long ago all of these years nobody ever came across that injury they nobody ever saul this issue. Why it doesn't make sense. You know th these prospects go through such a barrage of tests through the combine right. The medical checks and the checks. Nobody found this injury. Like i again. I'm not a doctor lawyer former lawyer a bad former lawyer which batted even worse former doctor because lawyers like to pretend that they're doctors but when you need a surgery that requires a bone to be removed your foot don't you think at some point somebody would say your foot looks a little weird or d did it remember it. You think at some point it's gonna come up so yeah now started of course with the eagles look at the draft pick. They're going to get because let's say he does miss the twelve games the upper end of that ridiculously broad spectrum. They're getting a first round pick. You're only going to get a second. Which of course. Then you know if you're thinking. The eagles might be in the quarterback market depending on how jalen hurts. Does this seizing. It's hard to trade up if you only have second instead of that extra. I so that's going to be interested watch. I'm very curious. And i wanted to get your thoughts on this. What are the colts to i today. Trade do they like cross their fingers and hope it's five weeks and just ride with jacob easson. Do they make a trait now know. That's where the sort of broad spectrum five to twelve weeks comes in because you want to make an informed decision. Okay it's going to be law. Tommy go get somebody or it's just going to be five weeks will it. Do you think they do. I think that is very scary. I mean i feel like they're going to definitely try to be optimistic. I mean they brought him in right. They reunited him with frank. Right there him to save the day to come in and meet the savior rate partner. Like at the end of the day injury series. That's the big deal like if he can't return in the time that they want him to all they can do is rely on jacob. That's a scary thought. Because how does he actually really have money and he didn't. It's not like he played a ton in college like he played a bit as a freshman then he had to start off but then he got hurt. Jake from comes in he gets you know she transfers to watch. The acid oughta season has. The one star. Didn't play all last year. And i thought it was interested. I saw from online like odds on the next cold starting quarterback and obviously it was the favourite but sitting there number two you know eastern was like modest one twenty five and again. I'm an idiot. I don't know how on work like that. You probably learn that but sitting there at the next favorite plus three hundred and really face. Nick volks do. The colts do like do the colts go down. That road. Like say you know they start seeing the rehab. They start wednesday. It's going to be longer. Maybe it's eight ten weeks. Do they dare go down that road ratio of saying carson. Look you're hurt again. Go nick foles you know how much drama advantage callers contents jimmy. They would give us to talk about all the time you know..

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on The Big Story

"You're sort of the voice of the ad tech ecosystem in sort of like nitty gritty discussions. That are going on so so there's that and there's also just the fact that it's an impossible job you're wrangling all these tech companies and you know people who are volunteering and working working groups and commit time to working on these protocols the you know it's real like engineering time and managing these working groups all happening remotely every eight ten weeks. Whatever it is but just sounds like a nightmare So so good luck with that. And and yeah. You're trying to come up with these solutions that don't exist and are incredibly difficult problems across so many stakeholders so so. Yeah that's why. I still think i think. Ceo of creo maybe toughest job in ad. Tak but ceo of the ivy tech. Coming in hot behind that. I like the way state that that it's not you have the infighting so you kind of have to create consensus internally among the industry but then you're also dealing with kind of external threats and privacy advocates legislation and have two different fighting onto fronts. That you've gotta deal with. Yeah the ivy. Tech lab is the one dealing with data protection authorities in europe. And and here and you know just so. It's just a nightmare. They two key takeaways for me out of that interview which is great. I thought twenty was great at kenneth engaging with your questions and when he said he's going to focus a lot more in creating frameworks and standards so the actual technology piece of the ivy tech lab the kind of meat that they should be producing and that second. He said he was not afraid of being able to not please everyone so. Tell me more about this two points. I pressed him. Because i really wanted to a quote on that in him to to address this issue of what do you. What do you do like. It's very easy to kind of have speaking platitudes. And you know everyone is like oh. The industry needs to move in this direction. Okay yes we. Everybody agrees with that. But but you know now. He's the person who actually needs to take it a step further and make decisions. That can't possibly be supported by everybody. You know that you work with ad tech and publishers and advertisers sort of zero-sum game and sometimes you're gonna make decisions that piss people off So so yeah just to get him on. The record saying that i thought was important so we have a new leader who's not afraid to pissed off and and nominee. That's not afraid to piss off big tech. That's all the time we have for this week. See you next week. On the big story with provide the industry expertise and innovative solutions. clients need to be in a position of strength. Learn more you can visit with them dot com slash attack.

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Planet Mikey

Planet Mikey

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Planet Mikey

"From Alcatraz Escape From New York. John Carpenter. What's the guys name? The actor? Married to Goldie Hawn. Do I can't remember Brussels. Brussels was Snake Plissken. The attorney Manhattan Island into a prisoner and it just got completely overrun. And then they somehow kidnapped the president? No, no, no idea. We've seen how far this can go. Just not this. Just apply to Alcatraz. These are only The Killers. Okay, these are all the people were charged for keeping alive that actually kill people, that really should be killed by the death penalty because in order they, they killed a little kid. You know, they wish to kill them but instead of us killing them and saying, okay, well you know constantly Crowell. Okay. Here's we're going to do, we're going to set you free, but you can only go right here on Alcatraz with the other killers and all the be an Island full of killers. If they kill each other, we won't even know or care of, you know, just be all debt. And then we drop off the next bunch of killers. And they, it's a survival thing. It could be a reality T show. Talk address could become like a high-rise with Killers all the way up to them. 7th floor. Yeah, but my point is that you take the pressure financially off the prison system, all these people that are killers, you put them on the killer Island, you call it or whatever you call it and let them deal with each other, okay? What is the real killers about the non killers that go to jail? They don't go to Alcatraz. Well, no, no. Now they get the nice rooms now because they're not killers of the rapist. Gets a nice rooms know, they don't get the job to flesh. This out a little bit more. Should be a wink of Alcatraz rapist in the in the child molesters? Well yeah, sure obviously, there there are levels of crime, you know, you don't want to have but someone who took of all, I think we all know that, that amount of money we pay for these people to be, but in some states there. Now, they're just letting them out cuz we don't understand, we don't have room. Okay. And they're letting out Killers. Yeah, yeah. It's scary. Who's in charge of that decision, and why is it being made? Yeah. And and you Patrol Alcatraz with a bunch of boats guys with machine guns. So no one can swim away. What do you think? I like getting more expensive now. Yeah. What else? He gets up more expensive than keeping, these people left. That's true and doing their laundry. I mean, they can figure out, I think maybe, hey, you never come back. Twenty years later, maybe, they're all nice. And then, you know, they they figured out how to do all that stuff. Laundry electricity, it's like Gilligan's Island except there's no Ginger, no Marianne, it's not even a mrs. Howell there could be Ginger and Mary Ann, right? I just took a killing I prefer the Cool Hand, Luke prism more of those. Less of these opulent huge prison, just more some Backwater piece of shit surrounded by like chicken wire. That's right. Where you can go there and eat fifty eggs and cheese, live, your life and watch women, wash their car and just ask for forgiveness, every day that you ever commited the crime to get into that situation. Okay, well, I got the only other problem I got left on my list. I really think what's its gun violence in the cities and I have that, you know, that I talked about this two, three, four, five, six, eight ten weeks ago, yeah, about metal detectors. I'm going to put my life savings into metal, detector on violence or gum violence. No gun gun. Check out about the worst thing you can do with gum and sticking someone's hair. You know Bazooka Joe is out of control metal detector mandatory sentences for unregistered firearms possession. And here's how you do that you say okay we have a new law, okay? If we if you're caught with a gun, that is not a gun registered, legally registered. Yeah. You're in prison for a year. No, there's no questions asked. You're in prison for a year. I don't care who you are. What you're doing with that gun cuz now, you know, the law. You can't get that gun. Now, what happens? Well, you're able to lock up a lot of people who shouldn't have those guns and your lock them up for you. You get the gun off the street, and you do that with stop-and-frisk. I have an idea. What's that a new show that call Judge Mikey but I'm not a judge I know but you it's good though you don't judge the judge it might be my least favorite person on Fox News meant Judge Jeanine Jeanine. Oh yeah he's just I mean I don't disagree with a lot of things. She says it's the way. She says that she's so irritating wage. Imagine her being the, the prosecutor and you're you're in court and she's coming after you. Did you see that? Brian stelter video where Michael Wolfe Geico off? My God, he got that fat. He was, he was right on the money. He was he didn't actually say anything that was untrue or you don't even really exaggerated either. And it was fun. Looking at others face through the whole thing and then he says, so maybe we'll have you back on again sometime soon. He goes see you. You can see stealth or die inside. Oh, that was so great. That was famous. So I've solved today off. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8, 9 12, major issues. Thanks Mike busy boy. I'd like to invite anybody who disagrees with any of my opinions on that to tweet me at Planet. My key and I'll be happy to have a dialogue with you. Any of these things. I don't do any of these. I don't write down these things to be mean to anybody on the contrary, I'm trying to solve the meanest problem that is inherent in this life situation in, which were living, you should run for Congress. Yeah, with my track record. Tell us about that track down the car wash. You forget who are makes you president was yeah quite a nice little track record of public. Not like arrest getting arrested but he's done plenty of outlets things. Oh, well, yeah, but so what our current president Manuel, I was, I remember Jimmy Carter, when Jimmy, Carter was president, he's ever said, he's a nice guy. Peanut farmer for Georgia. Well, guess what hath? He's a nice guy. I ran owned us had our hostages for four hundred days. Inflation took off. I had 18% mortgage rate on my house and gas prices tripled but you can still run for Congress. No, I don't. I got a bad. I got a bad track record. You know, is that there was that thing? You know, that? Well, that thing off and then those two people that said, I bought that thing that I supposed to get mine, I wouldn't that would make you a liquor cultural pop here. I mean, you know, I got that going on and, and the shank or Source, those So in honor of our friend who neither Smitty nor been have somehow been able to book, I'm going to take care of this much, like pigeon, been and I into this thing, where we're actually making the attempt, what have you done, but I'm going to reach out to her on Twitter and I'm going to say the best way of doing, I'm going to say Tatiana zappardino. I'm going to give you $500 for a back rub know. If, if, if you come on my podcast off $500 and a my grandma's coffee cake. How could she resist? That's what I'm saying. That I would do it. Blueberry, I'm going to throw that if she says no, then I'll know that. She doesn't like black coffee.

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"And hauled pace taking a toll on the quality and output of wheat. Well i i know the test weights of course have come down some with You know we haven't had big rings but we've had some rains here and there yonder so i it was sixty to sixty four and now i think there's a lot of fifty eight fifty nine and a little bit of sixties. So right now. It's probably averaging and i think that's for both counties. It's probably averaging writing that fifty eight to fifty nine for for county averages test weights i mean the yield We're hearing some really good yields. You know. I mean anywhere from blow average yields. There's always going to be some of those of thirty bushel. Up to ninety and one elevator guy told me he's he said a hundred hundred ten and maybe twenty and so i said he think that's legit and he said yeah. I think it may be so some. Maybe some phenomenal heels as well in places. What do you think have been the variables that have created that gap that difference in in yields did have anything to do with planting date. Yeah i mean definitely planting date If he got planted really in either county in our district in that latter partisan timber there were still some moisture. Boy it just dried out awfully quick and by the first of october and so then the and you know those still that replanted after september the first part of october even though they only been you know a week ten days difference. They just didn't they kind of came up Later so. I think that's been some of the cases. Some of them has probably just even been differences in management levels in in in farming. You know as well I know that In barton county this year are a little wheat. Variety demonstration plot was double-cropped after soybeans and it was extremely dry when we planted it. It came up late and quite honestly eight ten weeks ago. I wouldn't have given you a plug nickel for it and we harvest it a little over a week ago figured the yield the next day and i was just blown away the fifty to seventy bushels. We can surprise one every now and it can it. Can i talk to another guy barton county. That had some double-cropped we'd after beans and he was getting forty five to fifty bushels. So overall i think yields have been good but maybe some of those thirty bushel yield mentioned. We've had some hail in some places here Especially in ellis county. Just south of town actually at the experiment station. The hazak research center. They got hit hard with hale and it you know. It wasn't a real big area but it went south a little ways to the west some in it There was some that was bailed up out there. Did you growers have to wage any particular disease battles this year as well. Oh yeah there was definitely a lot of stripe rust and then i think some leaf rushed came a little bit later and then something. Yeah eric that. I really haven't hardly seen. Maybe i haven't really in this county in the time i've been here was head scab. We had had scab this year. I think at low levels overall. But i went out after we discovered we had some went out to the variety plot. Here in ellis county and every variety including some that. Have a better resistance to head scab. There was some heads scab in every variety. So i kind of think that probably every field had a little bit of it this year both ellison barton counties and then i'm hearing some reports of kind of the combines. This black dust is rolling up now so with harvest kind of being delayed in some rains in there..

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Coming next on the world and everything in it. Covert side effects over the last year. Vaccines and their potential reactions have gotten a lot of attention. But as more than one hundred sixty seven million people worldwide caught cova nineteen and recovered the list of side effects from the disease continues to grow. World's paul butler recently spoke with the doctor. Who says that kovic. And it's lingering symptoms are likely to define medical research for a generation. My name is katrina austin. And i've had caribbean had it. I in early twenty twenty and again at the end of twenty twenty. Qatar austin lives in belair. Kansas a suburb of wichita after her. First bout with kovic she struggled with symptoms for weeks. I think the things stat around and started making me wonder what was going on. Where things like the brain fog the exhaustion instead of eating lunch. Every taken up the other thing that really stuck around for me was the body aches and really just wanted to know what was going on and when it was playing to end by. Now we're all familiar with kovic. Nineteen onset symptoms fever fatigue. Cough headache loss of taste or smell and troubled breathing. Most symptoms go away within two or three weeks but for people like austin a growing catalog of side effects linger long after the initial recovery. I mean this virus affects virtually every system of the body every organ system. Dr greg poland is professor of medicine and infectious diseases at the mayo clinic in rochester minnesota. We see problems with taste and smell. We see evidences of scarring the heart scarring of the lungs. We see abnormalities in sperm counts in males. And almost everything else you can imagine including side effects include hair loss. Phantom smells blood clots mood swings anxiety and various nerve abnormalities. We have certainly seen a large number of people who will have various phantom nerve sensations for example something crawling on them or needle or electric shock like phenomena happening in their nerves. And we don't have a good way of predicting who will have what kind of complication when these symptoms persist for more than thirty days. It's known as post cova syndrome. Those who suffer from it are informally called long haulers in the spring of twenty twenty. Tura austin was slowly recovering from cova after four weeks. Her symptoms weren't much better. Her doctor assured her that it might take six to eight weeks before she got back to normal but normal didn't arrive on schedule. Probably eight ten weeks. After i i had it. I was at her office for an appointment. Just still really struggling with all these effects and she said. I don't know i mean we just don't know about it. We don't know what else to try. I kind of broke down. Wait now decide. Hey i know you don't know me but this is not me. Austin informed her doctor that what she needed was a partner to help her figure out what was going on and it was just my carried. She used to say that. Come to jesus leading but it actually really helped and after that she should just looked into. I got it according to mayo clinics greg poland. That's a critical step for kovic long haulers and finding relief. I you have to tell your doctor what you're experiencing then advocate for yourself and that might in fall bringing somebody with you if you tend to be shy or hesitant or or maybe even feeling like to do that is to bring up conflict or something. I think bringing advocate with you. The third thing poland says is to find a doctor who listens something. He's worked hard at doing for forty years often. People have symptoms that. I don't understand the appropriate answer is don't really understand that symptom. Let's get a consultation with somebody in that field or let's continue to watch in wait and see how that unfolds or let's try this and see if it benefits you if not we'll step back and reassess but there's always something to do including the most important drug a physician can ever use and that's hope to give patients hope dr poland says we're in a critical time for post kovic care. Patients need to inform their doctors about their symptoms. No matter how small and physicians need to listen carefully. We are literally building this airplane while we're flying We by definition only have eighteen months experience with this virus. That's why i would say if you have a symptom report that you might even think. Well gosh it sounds like kind of crazy symptom but it just be the symptom that triggers the right diagnostic pathway in the physicians. Thinking as as to what to do sometimes there's nothing to do for the symptoms but wait them out. In those instances long hauler mature austin finds hope in talking with other people who've gone through it reading through the support groups for long-term carpets i. It's actually really important for me because it makes you realize you're not alone for starters and you can kind of gauge Kind of baseline-based to you know. Boston isn't quite back to normal yet. But she's found a silver lining through her many post kovic symptoms going through. This was was rough certainly for me for my family but it did provide a great deal of clarity. I think there's there's good and but i think it's.

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"You'll see athletes. The contracts are very lopsided in that they do favor the you have seen to a much greater degree than favor fighters for example the of c can eliminate a contracts pretty easily if they want to but a fighter stuck under contract so if a fighter fights to two of their three fights on their contract the season under no obligation to them book them another fight and that fighter is then attached to them and one of the stipulations of the contract is that they cannot then go and fight for another promotion. An inmate promotion are boxing promotion or or anything like that so the effectively can hold onto that fighter for an indefinite amount of time without giving them any source of income through the fcc. So that's the the contract piece and then there is also the pretty much has. There are other inmate promotions but the fcc is the largest and the ufc is can pay the most money even though if you compare it to boxing. They're not paying very much. Part of the problem is too is because they're independent contractors and they're paying those fighters are paying for so much of the business of getting ready for a fight and actually executing a fight if you are a professional soccer player or professional american football player than you. Are you have a contract. But you're salaried employees that means that you have health insurance year round you have retirement benefits you have. You may have health insurance for several years after you finish your time. In whichever sporting organization it is but in the ufc the don't have year round health insurance and they only have basically accident insurance for something that would happen in a fight itself and they don't have retirement benefits and they also are paying their own trainers so they have to pay a certain amount of whatever they get from the ufc usually. That's negotiated with their trainers or coaches for they. Get a percentage of that. And it's hard to tell specifically across the board what those averages are because they do vary but most fighters that i spoke to said it somewhere around ten to fifteen percent for your coaches of whatever you get from the afc and then you have to pay of course your management team and depending on what kind of management you have. Those negotiated in a variety of different ways in there are no laws preventing exploitation when it comes to that and there are you have a higher burden like in the us. You have a higher burden of taxes. If you're independent contractor and then various countries around the world you might fight in also have their own tax laws that they have to the fighters have to deal with so you might be taxed more or less than country that you fight in so once you take all of that out in fighter also has to go into a fight camp which is somewhere around six eight ten weeks. It depends to prepare for a fight in when they're doing that. It's harder to work other jobs in so they're basically having to spend a lot of money to get ready for a fight. Let's say they show up for a fight and their opponent doesn't make weight then the fight is off and the uc doesn't get them another fight then. The has no obligation..

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"That was kind of part of her. Agreement is that i is that accurate and then a follow up his. How many days during filming when calls the heart is the whole gang. Like the whole town onset together like in a season Yeah there's a really. I'll try to get to that. There's a really interesting documentary. His netflix's about the varsity blooms scandal. That i wash it doesn't it doesn't vindicate anybody but it but it has the bigger picture make a little bit more sense. I watched it. And i was like like and maybe it's not fully true either like in some ways you know and i love her. She's a dear. Dear sweet human being and and i and And i really am. I'll always you know Care for her and and and and and really grateful my mom got really sick and hit her head and was in and we know she's gonna make it. Laurie really was there for me. In a really big way. And all. I've seen lori. Is her generosity and her giving in her charities that she's connected to and you know they got caught up in something that was slippery and the guys slippery like and then at a certain point. Maybe they knew more and you just we just don't know i just i hate Making up too much about things. I'm not one hundred percent certain of any direction with that. But i love her and know her for her days where she about a week and then because she she was on fuller house too but also as a family agreement so she could be home with her family her husband and her daughter so and she's the reason we had we. She's the reason that the show is on. The air is she. She came into the original movie. Brad cavalier producer. From what i understand. And you know her star power for that movie and then they turned that first movie into the series but lori signing on she came on just for like a day on the movie and You know was able to get her to agree to the movie. And i think a big part of that was her commitment to her family and her and she loved you know. She's such a big part of the success. I think of early on of the show and and having that character abigail and But then yeah and then there was a third part to your question. Oh is there a day when we're all together at how many days in a eight eight ten weeks shoot. That are not whole gang. All there we have fourteen days shoots usually not Not a very regularly. No i would say maybe a christmas episodes when everyone's in the saloon or a bachelor party so you could shoot a whole season like in season eight. The whole gang is never together. I had almost no scenes with jack wagner. I don't think one even kevin mcgarry and i didn't have a scene until that very last The one you got the episode that you haven't seen we've gotten there yet..

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Is that i is that accurate and then a follow up is how many days during filming wind calls the heart. Is the whole gang. The whole town onset together like in a season Yeah there's a really. I'll try to get to that. There's a really interesting documentary. His netflix about the varsity blues scandal. That it doesn't it doesn't vindicate anybody but it also has the bigger picture make a little bit more sense. I watched it and i was like. Oh like and maybe it's not fully true either like in some ways you know and i love her. She's a dear. Dear sweet human being and and i and And i really am. I'll always you know Care for her and and and and really grateful. My mom got really sick and hit her head and was in. We didn't know she's gonna make it. Laurie really was there for me. In a really big way. And all. I've seen lori. Is her generosity and her giving her charities that she's connected to and you know they got caught up in something that was slippery and the guys slippery like and then at a certain point maybe they knew more and you just we just don't know i just i hate Making up too much about things. I'm not one hundred percent certain of any direction with that. But i love her and know her for her days where shoot shoot about a week and then because she she was on solar house too but also as a family agreement so she could be home with her family her husband and her daughter so and she's the reason we had we. She's the reason that the show is on the air. Wow she she came into the original movie curve producer from what i understand and you know her star power for that movie and then they turned that first movie into the series but lori signing on she came on just for like a day on the movie and in brad courroye You know was able to get her to agree to the movie. And i think a big part of that was her commitment to her family and her and she loved you. Know she's such a big part of the success of early on of the show and and having that character abigail and But then yeah and then there was a third part to your question. Oh is there a day when we're all together. How many days in a eight eight ten weeks. Shoot the whole gang all there. We have fourteen days shoots usually not Not a very regularly. No i would say maybe christmas episodes when everyone's in the saloon or a bachelor party so you could shoot a whole season like in season eight. The whole gang is never together. I had almost no scenes with jack wagner. I don't think i had one..

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"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"eight ten weeks" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Gets them all riled up they blow fucking gaskets kind of the point and part of the hope of the temple. I think is that If they take advantage of religious freedom laws and maybe we'll finally actually get some reforming those ridiculous religious freedom laws. And of course i just don't understand why we can't tax churches and stuff. 'cause they make so much money i mean not like the little tiny churches but like you know the jol wasn't even austin or whatever who's living in you know fifty million million dollar mansions instead of hopefully also get some reform in laws influenced by fucking private jets and like crazy marking first place but basically the temple is just a big troll and they have no problem with the fact that the christians are scared of them. I appreciate and i like that. Like a good eight. Ten weeks tyler. I'm sorry to call in Two times in a row and the same way. But there's something you have to see that tj clip you played the other day ot dj and his parents fighting you. Anybody who hasn't seen that. Because i don't think you feature than in many years ago look up. Tj and friends on youtube and watch the videos with the rabbit hoarding and all of the crazy shit that is that is one of bizarre and disturbing things. i think it's ever been featured on the show and those videos by the way were captured from two thousand one to two thousand three and you. Tj has since. I put them online on youtube. His dad has passed away very sad. We talked about that a few years ago when i was playing. Tj and friends clips on the podcast. I believe his mom is still alive. And i don't think she's rabbits anymore of it. You know check it out. Yeah i think we stopped playing them. There are plenty of videos that i never got around to playing but the all kinds of sound the same. The fights are very similar. Tj's dad just calls his mama fucking ass all fucking asshole with these fucking rabbits rabbits. He better than me comet calling up with a quick response to the worth. You like about the question you asked. And i think one of the nice things about tv is a little variety show You have a lot of one note on something a little different. It's a smorgasbord of shit. Is what you're saying. Don't like what you're hearing. You don't switch to another podcast. Just back for he gets re york additional constanze. You so got when. I started doing the timestamps. I'm like these are great and they don't add much time to me doing the show. So there's no problem with me adding the timestamps and the chapters and everything. Well i lied. Apparently because there are a real pain in my ass. I hate doing them every day. Record the show. And then. I can't just be done with this show. I gotta go back. And i got a label. Everything and then. I got like export just chapters and you can't just export down. I gotta put them in a bucket different programs to get an a format where i can copy them and then paste them into the show notes. It's a it's a real pain in the ass but you guys love them. So i keep doing it or follow tuesday story out special images to include in the chapters one. You guys are just a big pain in my ass. Aside from that the content. I liked particularly. Are you ran your ransack quite entertaining about chapter. Artwork intensive the insensitively nappies choir news. Bit for the context and be fine but allies. The vast majority the content not contain on the pack. Tuesday's pam call. Because i get them. I don't like them kinda always been the case. The half the people like him half the people don't like we don't do sex tastic tuesday very often anymore might not even be once a month at this point. I used to like it because you now it gets on tuesdays. I'd get a little break from having to find you know six seven eight audio clips to play for you guys. I could just read the story and that would take ten fifteen twenty minutes. But i feel like i ran out of good material Of sex tastic tuesday stories. I can easily find some dirty nasty scott porn story. But we've done tons of a ton of those and it's actually hard to find really poorly written stories. That are funny. So that's why there hasn't been tons of sex tuesday recently. All right well thank you. Everyone loves those insensitive reenactments. Do more can be here. Insure.

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COVID 19 Travel News

The World Nomads Podcast

09:23 min | 2 years ago

COVID 19 Travel News

"Welcome to the war nomads podcast. We'll be keeping you up to date travelers information about Coronado answering some uplifting news views to inspire you and keeping smiling took I. It's true with you. Those topics energy analyst in lockdown in Paris. Thought I feel Italy. What is happening on? Well social distancing and wearing masks is still required in Italy. It has said child to lockdown while at least most of their structures there in face to of locked down where they can leave their homes for less urgent reasons including exercising impacts and visiting relatives and some of those people have been locked emphasis being like eight ten weeks. Jesus came to get outside. Wouldn't you? Yeah we'll what other? Headlines have forced to speaking of face masks it's now compulsory to wear a face mask on. Moist. Us Airlines American Airlines United Delta and Frontier Airlines. Join jetblue in the order. Look after initially signed Feis Moss provided protection the CDC changed its mind and recommends they used to prevent people who are affected. But don't know it from spreading the corona virus hints. The idea of wearing face masks when you are apply no in the terminal a look speaking of American Airlines. They've posted a whopping two point. Two billion dollar loss for the three months of the years I fought but that saying it's not the end for the add that side. I've got six point. Eight billion in the quantity for the current quarter and government is another Money that's coming in. I reckon they'll rise that to eleven billion in liquidity into the second quarter so then Guyana and talked soon we would hook. One of the world's most popular tourist sites has had a ninety nine point five percent drop in visits in April. It's Cambodia's ankle what which normally takes in seven million dollars a month in phase but with just six hundred fifty visitors last month the takings were poultry thirty thousand dollars to there that suicide for that economy. Yes they rely on older people all around ankle. What who yes yes. That's that's not even taking into account that loss of money for all of those people there as we NI- tourism and travel with temperatures of GDP. This people survive exactly but pre convert remember though talks that they were going to restrict the number of visitors to anchor. What because of tourism. Yeah two point six million people in las GSA. It's probably yeah. It's bad for the people who try to make a livelihood from around it but You know maybe it's time to reset on those things in control nights. I love finally. I've got some good corona virus needs for you Beijing's Forbidden City is. I've been to the public for the first time. Since January twenty fifth Visited THEY TEMPERATURE. Take him when they come in and I have to show that. They are covered free and healthy vira verification. App on their fine and there's a sign of things to come in the future. I think we're all going to have to get something some sort of verification that we covered fray before we can go into public places in travel bets the new. GonNa use air quotes new normal. You know they got. I can't I lane. Show is a journalist and photographer. Who prior to the pandemic would travel nine months out of the year beautiful? But he's currently in lockdown in Paris. I lived here for the past five years in so I it feels like home and gives them American. I didn't want to be in the US with the healthcare. They have it kind of sucks because most of my family's stuck in Seattle in it's been just messed it. Actually you doesn't yeah So Seattle was one of the first places where it was pretty bad or like Seattle area So I have like neighbors who are doctors who have their first doctors to fall. Ill And I was back home in February. Visiting my parents can also do an assignment and I had an injection and I try to go see a doctor. And it was the prices just exorbitant. Like thousand two hundred dollars just to get a doctor to look at my. I get a prescription so I just can't even imagine what it's like to deal with co bit right now as an American. So you're in lockdown which means you can't even go to restaurants and enjoy food no so everything is closed except for the essentials. They're quite strict about it. Because the cops. I live in the center of Paris and the cops have been actively I guess. Checking with people I went out yesterday for the first time because my laptop screen shattered on over the weekend. Which is so unfortunate. Never happened once. My life and Apple France has no way of fixing it side to find like a third party person of exit and I went out for the first time yesterday and it was terrifying. Explain that what was terrifying about it. I I'm reporting a lot of stuff for US news source new sites right now and so. I'm really up to date with like everything. Cove it And so I was reading a report from Finland about how like even sixteen might not be enough of distance. So it's a bike a four kilometers away yesterday to drop off my and people outside. Were not respecting social distancing A lot of people aren't wearing masks. Their parts of the city with half open produce shops and it was filled with people I was biking to dodge other people on the streets. A lot of cars have stopped respecting driving rules. I don't drive never driven in my life so I don't know what they are but I know for a fact. You should not be you turning wherever you want. I was on my bike. Like dodging cars as well It just seems very foreign world outside. It's society I don't recognize anymore now. You're also photographer. Are you documenting any of this? Not only for you sort of personal history but the back in the US. So I did a story. Few weeks ago for business insider about the first few days of walk down so yes I was documenting actively I'm still shooting from my window I just. I don't feel comfortable at all going outside. I've severe asthma even before this started like I'm always sick with like my lungs. I I just don't want to be outside right now I'm trying my best. I have a food diary with those going on of the foods. I'm eating at home Documenting life in my fifty square meters apartment as much as I can buy also fell like this crippling anxiety Trying my best to balance it out and I've been reading a lot about like why creatives don't feel very productive right now or anyone. Actually I was reading about grief at the beginning of how we're grieving like the old world and society we used to know. That's a bit much but now I've really under I think that's what it is like. I go through these weird cycles. I've never experienced really before. The other part is that my partner and I are in lockdown together. And he's a very logical person in. He's just doing what he has to do going to work from his off from our couch every day on like he's just like it's out of my control whereas I'm like spires really on my own. How do you think travel is going to change? Eilly the thing. The weird thing is that I travel so much so in the past three or four years. I've graduated from photography school. I was travelling like nine months of the year. And it's weird. I have like a background in conservation. Biology some all about being ECO friendly. I was just like Kinda gross out by how much I was traveling. Bozo where the The travel world was heading towards it was just too much like all these people taking weekend trips like for me. Traveling is about really understanding place and it requires time and so I told all editors I would not be traveling as much this year and so for me. It feels just like the perfect storm like I now don't have to explain to everyone. I'm not traveling as much. I've ING moving forward. We won't be traveling as much. We'll be chopping in a more thoughtful way. Which is a good thing definitely. I'm worried about all the people I've written about who works who make their income off tourism. That's one of the scariest things for me. And I have lots of family. Also still in Korea and Korea's kind of ahead of everyone else with the pandemic I would say and even they who have mostly under control people aren't moving as much So I think we won't be traveling for like a good year until the viruses totally controlled which means we have a cure or vaccine.

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