35 Burst results for "Eleven Days"

The Anti-Cancer Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

03:51 min | Last week

The Anti-Cancer Revolution

"I'm here with Ryan Stir Nagel who is the founder along with his wife Teddy of the stern method, a platform informing and inspiring families going through cancer to succeed on all fronts in May of twenty fourteen, their son Ryder was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma childhood cancer of the nervous system just eleven days before his first birthday through an integrative approach leaving nothing on the table today writer is thriving along with the stern method website and social media. Presence Ryan hosts the anti-cancer Revolution podcast and online conference, and is the creator of going into creative a step-by-step course for cancer patients, parents, and Caregivers Ryan. Welcome to the show. It's such an honor to have here with us today. Meant, the really really good to be with you. Well, that's quite a story I'm sure you hear this all the time every parent's nightmare to go through what you have been through with your son Ryder I'm so happy to hear that he's thriving today and not only that, but you've taken that journey and you've turned it into an opportunity to. Pass things on past things forward. So not just going through what you've done for your cells and healing your son, but turning around and helping other people go through that journey themselves and being a support for people. So just wonderful work you're doing and I couldn't be more happy for the existence of your story because it's helping. So many people I'm curious after writer was diagnosed. How long after that point? Did you start using a more integrative approach wasn't like right away or did it take some time to get to that point? We were very, you know I don't know. A million different words come to mind but alternative minded going into it even when my wife was pregnant with or even before she was pregnant with rider, we really started. To clean up our act in terms of we had been out of college for a little while, and of course, we're living the standard American Diet Slash College lifestyle right you know. But then you know we got married at nothing better do but watching documentaries and. Started started, find out about getting healthy. So we were we were already experimenting with different diets eating all organic food getting rid of chemicals in the house already. Getting rid of. Not using, Wifi or anything like that. So we were we were already going down that rabbit hole. We'd seen several integrative alternative cancer documentaries just kind of out of general interest I. Guess We'd. We'd bought stuff on the Gerson. Therapy and the Brzezinski documentary in the so yeah. When when Ryder was diagnosed we already had a very firm handle on the direction we wanted to take in looking ahead I already perceive the fact that we were going to have trouble because of everything I knew about the way the conventional medical system is set up set up particularly when it's when it's your child, you find out pretty quickly when your kid gets guide diagnosed and and hopefully nobody's kid listening to this gets diagnosed but the conventional medical system and the in the state don't necessarily consider your child yours. You know when you're going through a cancer diagnosis and especially it's not a big deal for a lot of parents that just kind of roll over and just do whatever they're told. But for parents like us that really wanted to do everything we could for our child in knowing that everything we could do meant a heck of a lot more than than everything that we were offered in the hospital and perhaps not doing everything you're offered in the hospital. Yeah. Yeah. That led to that led to some real real ugly situations and actually moving

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The wonderful world of folding phones

Android Central Podcast

07:19 min | Last week

The wonderful world of folding phones

"Out, you've had a very busy week and have is not is not for nothing that you've only slept four hours in the last three days or something. So I appreciate all the work you've done let's start with the galaxy fold sue and I'm just going to call it the galaxy full to because. No. The future is in flat. This is a phone that you and I went back and forth on about giving a five star review and we settled four point five out of five because no phone is perfect, etc etc. But I do want to talk about how much you like this thing in also how much better it is than the previous version. I'm you're not alone in this right this is you know the verge came out with their review this week as well. I think every other site that I've seen has sort of praised this as being an extravagance successful ones. So give us your your thoughts on unwired so much better than the first. Yeah I mean the biggest change for me is the fact that the cover screen now takes up the whole front of the phone. So it's it's. It really changes how you use it versus the short time. I. Spent with the original fold where you know that that covers green was so small that you could really only use it for notifications and and really small things. You didn't really want to use it for anything for more than two minutes or so the cover screen on the full to because it's it's so much bigger it. It really feels like just using a normal phone that just happens to be really narrow and tall. And you can do all your normal phone things with regular apps and not just notifications, and so it really makes the fold feel more like having two devices instead of just like having a tablet that shrinks to a frustratingly small screen. and that's It makes it a one handed device when you need it to be in that. That's a really big deal to me. I mean other than that. It's it's just fixing. So many things with the original full, the the hinges so much more rigid and you can use it for all the flex MoD things where you know certain APPS will rearrange themselves. When you fold the screen, it's not very widely implemented, but it does work really wealth the APPs that it that it has been. Optimized for and just the whole thing feels so refined where last year's fold felt like this is a really cool experiment, but it's still just an experiment This is a phone that like actually feels like a complete fully thought out products that somebody could and should by right now assuming they don't mind dropping two thousand dollars on a on a cell phone. And that's interesting. You know it's something that. It always takes that second generation to iron out any bugs but the ones that really affected. The I note were concerns about resilience this. Sorry. The first fold were concerns about resilience that the the plastics screen was scratched were susceptible to scratches that it wouldn't hold up in inclement weather that the repeated. Folding would. Potentially, damage it or may may not hold up to the regular stresses of daily life. You haven't had it very long but do have those concerns with this phone. Not, as much as I did with the first one, but I also don't think this is necessarily going to hold up as well as just a traditional phone that you're not fooling in half all the time. They made the they made some improvements like the ultra thin glass, the sort of outer plastic layer. Where the first vote was all plastic. So it should in theory be more more durable in that regard. Again, the hinge feels more resistant it's still not waterproof and that's a big bummer to me I. Don't I don't like use my phone in the rain all that often especially now that I'm not going out of the house when a when I can avoid it but. It. With two thousand dollar phone you kind of would hope it's going to be waterproof like every other phone on the market these days. So, little things like that I think add up to a phone that you maybe can't be. Confident in for the entirety of especially, if you're financing this for forty eight months like they offer on Samsung's website, don't don't find us a phone for four years. That's ridiculous. But I don't know that it's going to hold up over the course of four years or even two years. I trust it more than the first full though and I think that hopefully the next generation will be water resistant. If not everything else seems to be pretty airtight I, I don't have any like. crease aberrations that happened pretty pretty quickly with the original. Only had this for about ten eleven days, but it's still like A. Straight line down the middle. There's always the question of like what's the point of a folding phone? I guess some some of the. Questions have been aimed at the Z. Flip liner, the new Motorola Razor Five G. where they kind of their small. Clam shells that essentially open up into regular size phones a lot of people like the fact that they don't take as much space. When they're closed but I wonder is that an issue when you're trying to figure out how to use this phone and take advantage of it Especially now that the front screen is thin, but it's basically the size of a regular smartphone. How do you decide whether you're going to do something on your on the Front One? Put it back in your pocket quickly do you use it like as a as a larger smartwatch sort of triage or are you? Not, using it very much and instead of opening up the main screen and using that most of the time like how does that break down for you? So I used the cover screen a lot more than I expected to just again because it's sort of size like a normal phone, it is still like because it's so narrow I don't like typing on it at all especially, I've been sticking with Samsung's keyboard for the first time because it it can split down the Middle when you've got the phone extended and that's that's kind of Nice for for Ergonomics but the the keyboard itself as a nightmare so. I don't really love typing on the cover screen but I do use it a lot more than I thought. I would most of the time I just kind of decide like I wanNA use the phone one-handed or can I sit down and actually use it with both hands right now but the biggest guess most obvious reason to use the main screen is for multi tasking. It's so nice to have your APP split down the middle because you know you're basically working with two full sized phone screens right next to each other so you can have two full sized APPS. You can run three apps if you want or three APPs in a couple of floating windows, you can. You can do all kinds of stuff I. think it's really most usable with just two APPs renting it split screen. But there's I mean there's there's all sorts of things you can do their I've got the podcast rundown for this show pulled up right now just because it's such a you know spreadsheets are so nice on a giant screen and this is kind of perfect for that sort of thing. So I mean spreadsheets aren't sexy but if you use a lot of spreadsheets, that's a really good use case for something like the fold.

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The 'mighty mice' that went to space could help protect astronauts' muscles and bones

CNN 10 (video)

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

The 'mighty mice' that went to space could help protect astronauts' muscles and bones

"Far as television goes out has been on the air in years, but he has been in space in a manner of speaking these have been called mighty mice. They're genetically modified mice that have twice the muscle mass of unaltered mice and forty of them were recently center to. For. A study on. Muscle. Mass. The daily force of gravity people and mice normally lose muscle NASA says in space flights lasting five to eleven days astronauts can lose as much as twenty percent of their muscle. Those who spent months on the International Space Station regularly exercise to help prevent this loss, but this kind of training might not be possible during long term spaceflight. So scientists have been experimenting with mighty mice to see if the drug could be produced one day that could help astronauts keep their muscle in a microgravity environment of drugs. Especially, those related to maintaining or increasing muscle mass have a ray of unwanted side effects. So researchers are looking to create treatments that avoid those and as. Far, as the mice were concerned, the genetically altered ones were able to keep more of their muscle mass in space and recover it faster once they got back down to Earth

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Feminist Literature

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Feminist Literature

"This week from me here getting the problem that has no name. Feminist literature. All right. If we were going to cover just like feminism assure general, we would be here. Forever I'm sure there's already a podcast that that covers that folks I'm sure. So we're not trying to reinvent the wheel here. No. Quick definition. Feminism is a range of social movements, political movements in ideologies that aim to define establish in achieve the political economic, personal and social equality of the sexes. Feminism incorporates the position that society's prioritize the male point of view and that women are treated unjustly within those societies Charles for Ya who is a utopian socialist in French philosopher. He's the one that's credited with having coined the word FEMA KNEES MMA in. Thirty seven. So, modern Western, feminist history is conventionally split into three time periods or waves. So you'll typically hear them referred to as that Each of them has slightly different aims based on the prior progress that was made during the wave before. I wave feminism is the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that was focused on overturning legal inequalities, particularly addressing issues of women's suffrage. Second wave feminism is the nineteen sixty s and nineteen eighties that broaden the debate to include cultural inequalities gender norms in the role of women in society, and then third wave feminism. The nineteen ninety s to the thousands that refers to the diverse strains of feminist activity. So third wavers are see this as a continuation of the second wave in also as a response to the perceived failures out of the way before it. So I guess we're right outside third wave right now I think we're moving into the fourth wave interesting, which can't be defined until after it's passed exactly exactly a you. Hey I know my history man you know what I'm talking about or woman. Watch out I should say I WANNA point out as part of that definition. feminism is not women are better than men no absolutely not and it's still maintains to this day. It's about Equality Ackley. So exactly that's all I wanted to point. For our listeners great segue. Lauren. So seminaries literature, it can be fiction or nonfiction or drama or poetry that supports the feminine schools of establishing, defining and defending equal civil, political, economic, and social rights for women. So we're GONNA. Cover. Ten important feminist. Pieces of. Very excited that everyone should know. Great and we'll go in chronological order for me So the first we're GONNA talk about is a vindication of the rights of woman with strictures on political and moral subjects by. One, craft from seventeen ninety two. So this is one of the earliest works of feminist philosophy it was published in the United Kingdom Mary wollstonecraft responded to th century educational and political theorist who believe that women should not receive a rational education. It was believed at the time that women were too susceptible to sensibility and too fragile to be able to think clearly. So not able to be. The recipient of a rational education. Sure. Sure. Sure. So craft argued that women's education should match their position in society in that they are essential to the nation because they raise its children and could act as respected companions to their husbands then yeah So Wall Street, maintain that women are human beings deserving of the same fundamental rights as men and that treating them as ornaments or property for men undermines the moral foundations, a society which how about that you think You'd think that people any rational person would be like, yeah. That makes sense treat women as human beings. Sure. But the fact that there was such vitriol against this concept is like my to me but it was seventeen, ninety two that was like, yeah. Put it into writing and people are like. Dr. So her work had significant impact on advocates for women's rights in the nineteenth century particularly, the eighteen forty eight Seneca falls convention that produce the Declaration of sentiments which laid out the aims of the suffragette movement. In the United States Mary Wilson Craft her name might be familiar. She is the mother of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. And she actually died eleven days after giving birth to Mary wollstonecraft shelley. So Mary wollstonecraft was like she was this great feminist philosopher great writer, her husband was super. Supportive. And she died in childbirth which. was killed a lot of women. Yeah. Septicemia man because men who were only allowed to be doctors. Refuse to treat women because of all of their naughty bits, nobody washed their hands. Oh Yeah. Nobody we should really point out. Yes. No one wash their hands that probably cost a lot of issues too.

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Second Trump appointee out at FDA amid credibility concerns

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Second Trump appointee out at FDA amid credibility concerns

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting another trump administration appointee has been removed at FDA after having to walk back inflated claims about the benefits of an experimental therapy for Colby in nineteen a second trump administration appointee has been replaced at the food and drug administration an FDA spokesperson confirms John wolf Wagner is out as head of the agency's office of external affairs last week Emily Miller was removed as head of the FDA's press office after just eleven days on the job the FDA came under fire after granting emergency authorization to convalescent plasma for covert nineteen patients the announcement raised concerns the agency had buckled to political pressure from president Donald Trump Mike Rossi up Washington

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Second Trump appointee out at FDA amid credibility concerns

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Second Trump appointee out at FDA amid credibility concerns

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting another trump administration appointee has been removed at FDA after having to walk back inflated claims about the benefits of an experimental therapy for Colby in nineteen a second trump administration appointee has been replaced at the food and drug administration an FDA spokesperson confirms John wolf Wagner is out as head of the agency's office of external affairs last week Emily Miller was removed as head of the FDA's press office after just eleven days on the job the FDA came under fire after granting emergency authorization to convalescent plasma for covert nineteen patients the announcement raised concerns the agency had buckled to political pressure from president Donald Trump Mike Rossi up Washington

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Second Trump appointee out at FDA amid credibility concerns

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Second Trump appointee out at FDA amid credibility concerns

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a second trump appointee is outed FTA amid credibility concerns for the second time in less than a week a trump administration appointee was ousted at the food and drug administration in the wake of the agency's widely criticized announcement granting emergency authorization to use convalescent plasma for covert nineteen patients John wolf Wagner a political appointee installed by the White House at FDA in June is no longer heading the agency's office of external affairs that followed by five days the removal of Emily Miller is head of the agency's press office Miller served to just eleven days on the job last week FDA commissioner Steven Hahn was forced to correct misstatements that oversold the potential benefits of convalescent plasma therapy might cross your Washington

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Florida's average daily death toll doubles while the governor still won't mandate masks

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Florida's average daily death toll doubles while the governor still won't mandate masks

"In Florida. Governor was heckled. Florida's average daily death toll doubled these past two weeks mony Hicks lost two of her children to covid. Nineteen Byron Francis and Michaela. In the space of eleven days I can't say where they got his virus because they basically was home bound. Only thank you say. We went to Orlando for vacation. In All of a sudden. BECAME HOMESICK Where your mouth! If you don't have to come out, stay home. THE GOVERNOR STILL WON'T MANDATE MOSQUE SO in Miami, the city will find those with uncovered faces

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100 Days of Cuomo: Governor ends daily COVID-19 briefings

Steve Scott

08:15 min | 3 months ago

100 Days of Cuomo: Governor ends daily COVID-19 briefings

"Well it began here in Manhattan on March second and ran on interrupted until today governor Cuomo's daily coronavirus briefings came to an end today and here's a short look back at some very unforgettable days for all of us first we're going to speak about the situation that was reported last night with the person who tested positive for the coronavirus that that woman is a health care worker she's thirty nine years old she had been working in Iran it is specific it's like looking at the weather map when they have different tracks for a for a hurricane prepare for the worst hope for the best good morning everyone I don't think anyone here today needs any introduction he has tested positive lives in Westchester works in Manhattan what we're going to do is focus on an area concentric circle around new Rochelle I have officially declared done a declaration of emergency which gives a certain powers if you have a ventilator and you are not using it at this time we wanted good afternoon everyone thank you for joining us we're going to take it to the ultimate step which is we're going to close the valve so we're going to put out an executive order today New York state on pause I don't see how you look at those numbers and conclude anything less than thousands of people will pass away because remember who it's a tacky it's attacking the vulnerable and corona virus in a nursing home can be like fire through dry grass only essential businesses can have workers commuting this is not a long weekend we're introducing New York state clean hand sanitizer so I say my friends there we go out there today and we kicked corona virus S. that's what I say when you see them on the street when you see them in a hospital please just say thank you my little brother I have one brother Christopher tested positive for coronavirus there is this you're looking for let's get after it let's get after it good afternoon because it only two options either you like the boyfriend in which case you say I like the boyfriend or you don't like the boyfriend but you can never say you don't like the boyfriend I learned this lesson the hard way and you look at where we are today one hundred days later later we are continuing our decline the rest of the country is still spiky how remarkable is that why we re opening because these numbers say we can the best serve real there of audio from just over three months of briefings from governor Cuomo ally covered there well I spoke to New York Post reporter Bernadette Hogan who had a front row seat for just about all of them right well first of all the wild hundred eleven days and especially considering you know all the focus is on Albany but for the entire state and that branched out to the entire country so and I think that I'm I'm used to covering state politics the governor of the state legislature very nitty gritty tiny thing but once you had a national stage and you realize that a lot of your reporting was going out to people who might not be privy to the insider tidbits about Albany on you've got to realize that it was it really was a privilege to have access to specially for my newspaper and you know it's a lot of pressure all the time at all times normally is but at the end of the day I think that a lot of a lot of good working out of it not only for my paper that my colleague well how effective do you think he was the fact that he had such wide coverage not at the New York but also nationally and a lot of people were tuning into both of these briefings as well as president trump it was always open of all the situations in pretty short order these briefings became must see TV not just here but nationally I want to ask why you think that is partially could be because what else was going on the rebel sport at one point everybody was very worried and focused for sure yeah I don't really worried I mean again like even as a reporter I had worried about my family and like my loved one not to mention a million other people and you realize like it really isn't about luck I was lucky enough to be able to be there to find out information to give that to others because and I think that the governor's breathing became so popular lately because he started a practice in a building in every day and he was talking to president trump and again with New York having the highest number of cases in the largest flare up you know we had that containment zone in new or shall wear that hot spot occurred and again like everyone looked in New York City as as setting the tone record California had their situation in San Francisco remember that whole debate with shelter in place in New York City mayor bill de Blasio going to New York under lock down and the governor came in is that we're not gonna do that because that looks like everyone else all eyes are on New York and and you know it got it got local national coverage do you think you can make the argument that people were looking for positive leadership she's able we're looking for something yeah they're looking for any sense of positive news one but they were looking for someone to tell them what was happening that's why people turn to the news and you know they they listen they read they watch because they want to know what's happening and and again how that's going to affect our lives that's why again as a reporter you are the conduit for that information so it was so important to have the daily briefing at the beginning especially because that's where a lot of the developments are coming out of and then all those news stories that would fall afterwards now I have to ask you about someone who actually covers the briefing every day a hundred and eleven days straight governor Cuomo did not take a day off I mean the governor and covering Albany just as it is I think is one of the greatest privileges and such a fascinating spot can be I mean I know people from New York City I'm from the city originally I lived out in Jersey and the kid but like I love her nominee because there's just so much history there so much there's a lot of power does not need a law making it very interesting thought being there every day I mean I I will need the right place at the right time and and I had to cover it and it was great and my colleagues in Albany are often you know that we we kind of are in a unique position because you know it I work for the New York Post right but I'm sitting next to someone who works for the New York times I share an office with someone who works for the Wall Street journal and we all are kind of they're competing but also supporting each other specially during a pandemic so it was very important to have that kind of support as well sure and because of the pandemic precautions you guys got will downsize of smaller groups sort of just a skeleton group of reporters who would cover him in the room and I understand that you guys would take time in the morning a few minutes before the briefings would start each day just to be a little social and be around other people and I understand you were the horoscope read for the I think they will kill me I know my mother will be like you you look at the horoscope hard why do you read a prayer but the reason I didn't they're doing that is because the print copy the postage is the greatest thing ever they they they actually print the worst upside due to medic reading you know after I practicing figured out okay what's my priority would begin to follow up on what was the front cover of the New York Post today well that act but then you know there was there we had to be some levity because at the end of the day like you're dealing with a lot of a lot of pain a lot of

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"eleven days" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"eleven days" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"One hundred and eleven days and it inspires me and energizes me and excites me if we could accomplish together what we did here this impossible task of beating back this deadly virus then there is nothing that we can't do and we will be better and we will be stronger for what we have gone through and it shows us how capable we are when we are at our best it shows us that we have great potential to do even more and we will now New York must lead the nation on police reform and lead the way on building back better we must lead the way on re energizing our economy protecting our environment and then welcoming a new era of civil rights and social justice I know that we can we learned that our better angels are stronger than our demons and sometimes we just need to listen for that over the past one hundred eleven days we heard them and it was beautiful let's keep listening together thank you for everything and god bless well after one hundred eleven days of daily briefings from governor Andrew Cuomo like a a good pitching scheme in baseball the governor switching it up this time around as he wraps up his daily briefings he says we're gonna do what we have to do but we just don't have to do it like this every day he said the lesson.

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SpaceX rocket successfully carries new satellites into orbit

Allworth Financial's Money Matters

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

SpaceX rocket successfully carries new satellites into orbit

"Another space X. rocket launch Saturday morning from Cape Canaveral Florida the falcon nine rocket carrying fifty eight starlink broadband internet satellites blasted off just after two twenty AM Pacific time this is the second time in eleven days that are rocket from the Hawthorne based company took off for outer

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Can blood plasma of recovered COVID-19 patients help prevent infection in others?

All Things Considered

03:10 min | 3 months ago

Can blood plasma of recovered COVID-19 patients help prevent infection in others?

"There is still no cure for code nineteen but there is one drug that helps a bit the researchers are hunting for better ones and now they're testing some of those in people and pure science correspondent Joe Palca spoke with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly about where we are with covert nineteen treatments right now the minute you start with the one drug that I've mentioned to that shown to help a little bit yeah it's called ram doesn't fear it does show it they have shown that it's shortens a stay in the hospital from fifteen days to eleven days but it doesn't reduce mortality and I know that scientists and and eight patients for that matter would like to have something better this is good but it's it's still not not not what you call it you are so they're looking for better things so in terms of things that are actually far enough along that they might actually show up at the hospital soon what are we looking at well actually some of these are in hospitals some as being tested there and some under what's called the compassionate use our emergency use one is called convalescent plasma this is plasma that's taken from patients who have gotten sick with covert nineteen and then recovered and their blood or their plasma is fall of the antibodies that help them recover from the disease and so if you take their plasma and give it to somebody who's sick the hope is that that will help them get better and and this is actually being used in other infectious diseases and it and it does work to some degree and then I mentioned there are other things that are being tested maybe aren't actually being used in hospitals yet what else is actually comprised mainly not routinely used in hospitals well one is an anti viral so ren disappears is a drug that blocks the ability of the virus replicates so is this drug with the terrific name of he I. D. D. two eight oh one it was developed at Emory University and it's now being marketed by a bridge back bio therapeutics and marked the big pharmaceutical company has joined in and the and that says to me at least that they see great promise there it's being tested in clinical trials in the U. K. and it seems to be showing great promise it's also shown to work at least in animal studies previously with the sars which was also a corona virus caused illness and so there's hope that it might work there right it means that the question on all of our minds this is for treatment that might be ready and ready soon what else you keeping your eye on well actually there is something called a monoclonal antibody which is a synthetic version of the antibodies that our bodies make and there is one monoclonal antibody that's already begun testing in humans there are others that are coming along very soon there are more than a dozen others that are coming in these are drugs that have been used to treat other human diseases and they actually do look quite promising in animal studies and they're anxious to try the more eager to try them in humans as

After days of protests against police brutality, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney pledges police reforms

KYW 24 Hour News

01:25 min | 3 months ago

After days of protests against police brutality, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney pledges police reforms

"Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney says he's taking immediate steps to address the demands of protesters who dominated the streets in the last eleven days K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports those steps include long sought reforms to the police contract and the removal of a fourteen million dollar increase from next year's budget the measures include policies that are already being put in place and changes that would take longer and require cooperation from the state legislature and success with the process of arbitrating into police contract next year among the immediate steps is a review and update of the department's use of force and what police commissioner Danielle outlaw called an early warning system that would identify soft are most at risk of getting in trouble later on down the road a lot says she's also reviewing the hiring system and planning more transparency around complaints of misconduct the longer term solutions are a charter change to create a civilian police oversight commission which would replace and have more power than the current advisory commission but the contract changes may be the most difficult to achieve the mayor wants to re impose a residency requirement for officers and overhaul disciplinary procedures to free the commissioners hand frustrating for implementation of discipline having that discipline after reversed it's very frustrating the mayor says he's removing a proposed budget increase that he says was to have gone to body cameras in training because it became clear council would not pass it

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The Mescalero Apache Tribe declares a state of emergency as COVID-19 cases start to emerge

Native America Calling

03:42 min | 4 months ago

The Mescalero Apache Tribe declares a state of emergency as COVID-19 cases start to emerge

"This is national news. I'm in Prenton Gonzales. The Mescalero Apache tribe in New Mexico declared a state of emergency Monday as tests confirm the first cases of covid nineteen on the reservation in New Mexico. At least four people tested positive for the disease. The tribe says it's waiting on the results of some six hundred other tests. Mescalero ordered lockdown businesses and public establishments for at least the next two weeks. The tribe is also closing tribal government offices to the public. The order puts restrictions on individuals movements and asks that one member of each household use Tuesdays and Thursdays for buying food and other essentials. The tribe is closing entrances to tribal land although the main highway through the reservation remains open. Mescalero president gave Aguilar told Q. E. T. V. The measures are away to protect the tribe. He says merely urging people to practice physical distancing failed to keep the virus from spreading an out of state. Seafood worker is the first person to test positive for coronavirus in the city of Valdez. Alaska officials say the infection was caught through. Routine. Testing Louisa. Castroville is Acting Infectious Disease Program Manager for the Alaska Department of Health and social services in video conference Monday. She said it's not clear yet. How the individual contract the virus it's individual came to Alaska from the lower forty-eight in late April and Co was quarantined. Onsite there for two weeks because as some demonic during that timeframe as well and there's been working on campus since then and has not left. It's not clear the source of the infection whether this was something that was picked up locally since the person had been there for a month or whether this is the test that we're seeing the positive result if it's picking up virus that might have been An infection in the distant past. And we're just seeing residual virus from that Castro deal says health officials are working to determine anyone who may have come in contact with the infected person. Alaska officials remain vigilant as the commercial fishing season is getting underway and thousands of people. Come from all over the world to work and processing facilities. The state has a little over four hundred positive cases of covid nineteen total as of the start of this week. The regional hospital in gnome close to the public. After an employee tested for the coronavirus. The Norton Sound Health Corporation expected employees to go back to work Tuesday after all of them are tested for the virus. Katie Oh news reports. The facilities were subjected to afford a extensive cleaning on Friday. The city manager issued an emergency order restricting travel into nome and mandating a two week quarantine for anyone traveling into the city from the outside. Some face masks sent to the Navajo nation through a company established by a former White House. Aide may be inadequate to properly protect those who wear them the news organization Propublica reports almost two hundred fifty thousand of the masks sent by a company headed by former White House. Deputy Chief of Staff Zach Pontus may not fit the guidelines established by the Food and Drug Administration propublica reports. The total cost for the masks is around eight hundred thousand dollars. The report goes on to say that in another one hundred. Thirty thousand masks are not the kind specified in the procurement data. The News Organization Says Flint is secured. The three million dollar deal with the Indian health services. Eleven days after he formed the company the sell personal protective equipment. Ihs officials say the masks are unsuitable for medical use. The regional office is determining whether to return them flint told propublica his connections to the White House played no role in his company selection as a provider for IHS the Navajo nation has the highest per capita rate of corona virus infections in the nation with National Native News. I'm Mark Hughes.

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COVID-19 Patients Not Infectious After 11 Days: Singapore Study

Fox News Sunday

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

COVID-19 Patients Not Infectious After 11 Days: Singapore Study

"Covered nineteen patients are no longer infectious after eleven days of getting sick even though some may still test positive that's according to a new study by infectious disease experts in Singapore a joint research paper by Singapore's national center for infectious diseases and the academy of medicine Singapore said a positive test does not equate to infectious nis were viable virus the paper was based on a study of seventy three patients in

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Peer-reviewed data shows remdesivir for COVID-19 improves time to recovery

Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me!

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Peer-reviewed data shows remdesivir for COVID-19 improves time to recovery

"Of peer reviewed paper confirms earlier findings that the drug room desk severe can help patients hospitalized with covert nineteen recover NPR's Joe Palca reports them disappear is an antiviral drug made by Gilead sciences in February a multicenter trial began comparing ram disappear with a placebo in covert nineteen patients who required hospitalization slightly more than a thousand patients were enrolled in the trial late last month an interim analysis showed the drug was helping those on rent disappear had shorter hospital stays than those on placebo eleven days versus fifteen days the results prompted the food and drug administration to grant emergency use authorization for Rambus severe making it easier for doctors to prescribe it to patients a paper in the New England journal of medicine confirms the earlier results

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Malaria Drug Taken by Trump Is Tied to Increased Risk of Heart Problems and Death in New Study

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Malaria Drug Taken by Trump Is Tied to Increased Risk of Heart Problems and Death in New Study

"A large new study suggesting that malaria drugs pushed by president trump is treatments for the corona virus not only do not help but also are tied to a greater risk of death and heart rhythm problems the report published in the medical journal lancet involved nearly one hundred thousand patients around the world the luminary results were published for a study of the experimental drug rum does appear as well as previously announced the drug does shorten the time to recovery eleven days on average as opposed to fifteen days for those just given usual care for coalbed

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Bowser: Washington, DC could begin phased reopening next Friday

Larry O'Connor

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Bowser: Washington, DC could begin phased reopening next Friday

"DEC is heading towards moving into stage one of reopening DC scene eleven days and declining communities spread your mural Bowser says they need fourteen days to move into stage one so barring any peaks we will be in a posture to begin a phase three opening next Friday may the twenty ninth director of planning and true true blood says the city's reopen DC advisory committee recommends in stage one restaurants allowed to provide outdoor dining with safeguards retailers could offer curbside and hair salons will be able to reopen with strict capacity restrictions

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NASCAR announces revised race schedule for May 30-June 21

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:50 min | 4 months ago

NASCAR announces revised race schedule for May 30-June 21

"Thanks to NASCAR sports fans actually had a live event to watch on TV over the weekend and what the Cup series set to race again Wednesday night Texas motor speedway president Eddie Gossage says it's a golden opportunity for NASCAR to build its fan base well I think it is you know if if you had if you did have something that completed or you forgot about or you're doing you know chores at home or whatever you get another chance here just a couple days to see another race and and you know in the next start yesterday the next eleven days gonna help for events that that's that's just doesn't happen for some racing so you could really get invested it's it's like almost like sitting down and gorging yourself on some show that's being streamed on TV or you just to really get yourself consume you get learn who the players are who the people are the intricacies things like that by the time we get to these four races you criminal whole lot about NASCAR race you didn't know before and that helps helps you become a fan are you getting any more indication on when they might go race and it G. M. S. and NASCAR it'll be sometime later this summer for sure the race that came up that was postponed in March will be made up the entire weekend we made up later in the summer exactly we can't say don't know but you know we're running two cars on Saturday night June six without a crown but we've got a very busy summer ahead of us we're we're starting today high school graduation ceremonies for two high schools and over the next it's an extra fifteen days we're doing thirty six high school graduations at Texas motor speedway so we've got a very busy staff in a very busy

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"eleven days" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"eleven days" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Facebook says it's deleted more than three billion fake accounts from its service in recent months an increase from the previous half year period Facebook says it's being more pro active and has removed three point two billion fake accounts from its service tens of millions more than in previous months Facebook says its detection services because most of the bogus accounts before they had a chance to become active the company also notes that it removed eighteen and a half million instances of child nudity and sexual exploitation and eleven point four million instances of hate speech from its main platform on Instagram Facebook says one point three million instances of child nudity or exploitation were removed this is the company's fourth public release of its standards enforcement report I Jackie Quinn trending stories on WBBM newsradio dot com Illinois a Senate president John Cullerton is retiring from the legislature in January Culloden broke the news to the democratic caucus of this evening he's seventy one years old and has served as Senate president for more than a decade other teachers union leaders some may have results tomorrow following the schedule ratification vote on the unions tentative contract with the public schools the tentative deal and of the strike that canceled eleven days of classes WBBM news time eleven of forty six when searching for fine watches search in New York jewellers and with the day in sports years Dave Kerner making the plays when they had to that was the Milwaukee Bucks story beating the bulls won twenty four to one fifteen getting the job done in the second half when the bulls could not make big plays John is on to to cumple with thirty eight points fifteen rebounds Eric Bledsoe added thirty one in Jim Boylan says when it comes to defending the box it's pick your poison a lead the league in three four times a.

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"eleven days" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"eleven days" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In the area are eyeing a lucrative eleven days with the state fairgrounds coming to life so are those who lived near by offering up their yards for parking space different each year try and get as many people as you can part but in a manageable kind of way yeah I want to cram in like sardines Osman parking cars for a few years now he says it takes a lot of coordination I like to keep spaces open for all tenants as well certain times have different work schedules and even local businesses around say parking income is too good to pass up it is a balance because our regular customers are like Hey what's happening wars a spot for us no it's the fair only about Oct WTMJ news in national news president trump still intent on widening is trade war with China but that may force American consumers to cough up more money well Brian ball by a variety of essential goods billing down on his threat to slap tariffs on three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports that's virtually all Chinese imports and it could take place as soon as next month no Americans will pay the price on everything from shoes to phones and clothing China said they will respond with appropriate measures ABC's terrible Mary reporting Milwaukee's ride Schering scooter program will not see an expansion anytime soon it says the decision comes after they have received over one hundred complaints of people using scooters improperly such as on the sidewalk and blocking pedestrian traffic please don't ruin this for the rest of the people who want to write this once the program to work in knows it will take time proper education and common sense to have this happen if it's a busy street you might be better off going one or two streets to the east to the west or north or south it's not as busy so that you're not in the middle of a lot of traffic if violations continue the program may end with ride sharing scooter's band again rusty Moberg WTMJ news of corn maze in western Wisconsin is using the.

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"eleven days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"eleven days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"My favorite weekends is rarely playoff picture really starting to formulate. Here wanna make a little money. Listen to this, man. Our guy in Vegas Brandon Lang how you doing? Basket in the grow of the Clemson Tigers on Monday night. Yeah. Man. That's right. Amazing game. Love it. I made some amazing calls in this business. And and I think what. Was I literally said my analysis, which is posted up at brand lane dot com. Was I didn't think it was going to be close. I had Clemson beating them by double digits, but final is forty one thirty one. I had Clemson tag forty four forty one right there. I had them at twenty four getting a back door late. But clemson's defense allowed just under seventeen points a game for the year sixteen. So I remember going to say that actually. I kinda missed that. But I tell you what to cover the Jordan, which is as big as I go and hit that. And keep this role going go for a fourth straight winning week. And it's just been it's just been a hell of a run here man, but you need and like I said on your show as a handicap or the guy that does this for living. You learned enjoy these runs because when you know when they get like, this you just want to keep it going in college basketball at twenty six nine one after oldness last night plus four over over Auburn. So it's it's it's good right now. Let's talk in in terms of orders, all the things you look at what I think we've talked about this before. But what are some of the main people look at the the history. People look at the home versus away that sort of thing. What's one of your may, your main things you like to look at college hoop? Yeah. Colleges home dogs. I start with home dogs. So I don't really pretty much anything else. I look at every on every basketball card, I handicap every home dog, and I will find something I like example, but you last night, for instance, ole miss was eleven into Auburn was eleven and to Auburn had played one true road game all year was that NC state where they lost. They had been off for eleven days. And I'm a big Kermit Davis fan. The guy did a great job of middle. Tennessee state. He's a hell of a basketball coach, he's got. He's got an veteran back court, and I'm like just going to show up for your first true SEC road game. I don't care. You got all five starters back. You can't have an eleven day layoff, and you show up on the road and the SEC against a team in in all miss that is played incredible basketball. And I got a damn good coach four wire-to-wire one by fourteen and it was just one of those games where you just know from the first five minutes, you're on the right side where they're they're defending their getting. Offensive rebounds in. That's that's changed. My formula turn my college basketball product into one of the one of the best in the nation. Twenty six and nine twenty six twenty one have been underdogs that have won outright. Think about that. Cool. So it's it's it's that's the formula into your listeners out there that do wage your retirement purposes, only I switched away, you handicap, start with the underdog in any sport and work your way to the favourite if you do that you're going to see more dogs because if you start with the favorite you're gonna fall in love with the favorite, the favorites our favorite for reason. And sometimes you'll never work your way to the dog. If you start with the dog, I you're gonna find more dogs than what you'll find is the value of the number is always with the underdog Brandon Lang, our guest and Brandon talking about dogs, and my opinion, I see this as maybe a win for a dog and the best game of the weekend. As far as the playoffs. Go colts at chiefs. I think the colts have got a damn fine chance of beating the chiefs. Even though the what I'm seeing here's what do they have about four and a half four and a half five minutes. Clemson was a two hundred dimmer and I've hit six straight two hundred dollars in the NFL. Credible. This coach game is two hundred diamond number seven in a row, and the NFL I'd have it up on the website two days early. You can go there for a fifth straight college basketball whenever as well. You can never make a two hundred part of the one day free all access pass. But it is now so you can get it two days early in the college basketball wanted to keep the street going right now lean dot com. How do you see it? What are we what are we looking for in this game? Because the colts my feeling is that the colts have been on fire Kansas City, obviously, they speak for themselves. But this cold steam fire late they've come out of nowhere. Exactly, you're gonna need if you if you play Kansas City and the game you're gonna need Patrick Mahomes out plans, you luck. And you're going to see the Kansas City defense which hasn't been able to stop anybody all year long. They're twenty six against the run thirty first against the pass. And there's a thirty first ranked total defense in the NFL, and they're.

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"eleven days" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on KTRH

"Currently as of what eleven days. Yeah. Yeah. New Year's Eve is when you were taking in. Yes. Early in the morning New Year's Eve. And did they put you with the roommate the first day? Now, they had me on suicide watch for the first three days 'cause I was just out of my mind. With Greece over what had happened. And what had happened was the death of your boyfriend? And what had happened was the death of your boyfriend? Correct. My fiance. Yes. You said you got in trouble yesterday. I'm sorry. You had to go in a hurry yesterday. Did you get in trouble? No, it was fun to rack up. And they give you like five minutes to get off the phone. And I was so engrossed conversation with you that I didn't hear. Do they know why you're in? I think they do. I've seen them looking at paperwork with inmates pictures on them. They do. I looked at your mugshot as far as mugshots go. It wasn't that bad. Have you seen it? Yes. I mean, I don't know what you like. When you're not in jail. But I mean as a mugs it wasn't like Nick Nolte with his hair, all everywhere. It wasn't Rick barrier or Tom DeLay. But it wasn't Nick Nolte. I'm I'm not ugly. I'm not hard on the ice. But didn't say you are. So are you surprised how well you fit in there? You know, when I first got here, just go course terrified, I have no idea what to expect that. My roommate was just amazing. She says I walked in the cell. You know, they just like your yard. Okay. So here I am. I don't know what to do. So I just started falling. She says, oh, it's okay. She actually gave me a hug, and and she had to tell me exactly what was going on throughout the day. This is our schedule for thirty. We get up to do this. We go back in and I could never understand what the guards were shouting because it's so echoey inherent. So she would always have to tell me what they were saying. But now, I'm sort of adjusting. So do they say the same thing consistently every day? No because it's different guards. So they have different ways of saying things. And then there's new things happen. Like there was a fight last night between two girls and not physical fights. I got into an argument. So they stopped that. Off to lock down. I guess. Towels. Also, our rooms for the rest of the night. Have you seen oranges a new black? No, I don't really watch TV. Oh, you should watch that. Because then you could tell me if it's anything like that. Oh. Hasn't really something that interests me? Watch programs about..

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"eleven days" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"That has not been there before. Just had a clear, ma'am. Eleven days prior had a clear mammogram. So. I figured, you know what? I'm going to be vigilant. I'm gonna call my OB GYN she she's been touching my boobs since I was in my early twenties. Let's let's get her on this. She felt around in a quick clinical exams at Honey. I'm not worried about it. She's really always been a non-alarmist. She delivered both my kids and I trusted my OBGYN more than any other doctor that ever had because I don't wanna go there. It's while I know. So I left her soon after that and she sent me on my way and then a month later that same lump was there and I thought, you know, I better get a second opinion. So I went to, this is my mistake. I went to see my internist now. You to go to the doctor. Tournus are kind of they're more Jetstar. No internet, your general practitioner. Oh, great. Your your main dock when you have a call when you have a cold when you need to go if your annual well checkups. So I went to see him and he did the same thing. Quick feel around looks good. If you're worried we'll keep an eye on. It sent me on my way and four months later, and it was four months later only on top of it. You know, it's Creole you, especially as as a mom, you're juggling so much. And so for me, the reason I jump from two months, four months before I finally went to see a surgical oncologist was because it was the holidays and it was birth. My youngest third birthday, like it was just so much going on, you forget you the lowest end of the totem pole and our health. If we're not taking care of our own health, we're not going to be around to take care of those. We are meant to take care of. So self care, which is a really big part of my book, your healthiest healthy. And I know we're going to talk about the book and a little bit, but self-care is so essential. And I think that sometimes we feel as women guilty to care for ourselves and percent, but I saw you went to surgical. I saw, but her and one of her partners, I had two ultrasounds a needle biopsy that a subsequent MRI and the crazy thing was at nothing detected cancel. I'd like, and that is a story that I keep hearing his. I tell mine more and more women's. I happened to me too than how did you find? Well, they actually because of the needle biopsy k. max. She walked in the room said, okay, have the result of the needle biopsy, the pathology, good news and bad news. The good news is it's not cancer, but it was the bad news is I don't know what it is. So you know it's a collection of irregular cells. Let's just take it out. So I had a lumpectomy and and this is where you really do want to go to a doctor who you feel is a really, really good in their field. Someone who's done this time and time and time again. And she looks at breasts every day. She knows what she's looking for when she was in there for the surgery. She ended up taking out which she at the time thought looked like a little bit of extra healthy tissue, but she just wanted to sample it. So not only do we find that I had. Ductile carcinoma incite to which is breast cancer that is contained within the milk duct and thankfully, not smart enough to get out of it. So if it had been that only that..

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"eleven days" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Eleven days last month union officials blamed the deaths on declining taxi business hit by ridesharing rivals like uber and lift the white house is walking back and president trump's comment earlier saying he would not sign moderate immigration bill and we will get that story and just minute there we are hours after president trump tossed a wrench into republican efforts to fashion an immigration bill the white house clarified that he supports both the hard ripe proposal and a compromise bill only the middle ground bill would end the family separation that the border that has sparked protests in many cities but democrats so far are expected to oppose both republican proposals which may come up for vote to the house next week that is correspondent alison keys cardinal timothy dole and is blasting the trump administration's policy of separating kids from their parents calling it unamerican and biblical according to the new york post the white house god and holy hot water this week when attorney general jeff sessions and press secretary sanders both reference scripture to claim the administration has the moral authority to forcibly take kids away from parents if they crossed the southern border illegally that's unamerican and unbiddable called the leader of new york city's two point eight million catholics told cnn on friday night and added you don't have to be a believer to know that it's not right to take a baby from its mother some of the students who survived the shooting marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida are taking their gun control message on the road starting.

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"eleven days" Discussed on History On Fire

History On Fire

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on History On Fire

"Eleven days after disappearance dude any sunday traer the pope mansion that manuela being kidnapped that he was close to our family and ask for kidnapper student lesar so now the story was all over the newspapers and was quickly on its way toward becoming a major national me steady in the meantime giulio ganji an agent with italian domestic intelligence made an important discovery following up on leads saying that manuela being stalked by some wanting and getting bmw he looked for any news about green bmw's at the local mechanics one particular mechanic told him he had fixed the broken window and green bmw what was strange about this particular window was that it had been broken from the inside indicating possible struggle ganji mmediately track down the owner who leave very close to the vatican the owner refused to answer any questions but even more troubling was the fad shortly thereafter ganges boss told him to never go after zoellner again but moving from the ks and put him on basketball what his why your guess is as good as mine but short tikos your conspiracy muscles i'll on take you through all the manny fools leads in the man we had our land investigation the short version is that in manuela would never make it back home and no one was ever convicted for our kidnap in the long version is incredibly complex with is about those responsible for the kidnapping ranging from arash on secret services to muslim extremists twenty onto trader for guy when recently tried to kill the pope and even weirder stuff.

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"eleven days" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on WJR 760

"Thousand people in just eleven days together we are doctors without borders doctors without borders goes where others don't to provide lifesaving medical care learn more at doctorswithoutborders dot org ready for the summer do you have ugly green and black stains on your home spray forget the original exterior cleaner eliminates these ugly stains caused by mold mildew and algae spraying forget brilliantly cleaves groups death citing vinson walkways driveways outdoor furniture and more removes stains up to fifty percent faster than competing no rid cleaners make your home and outdoor living space is brilliant again look for the yellow label at participating case homedepot true value and do it best story the thought of my sons growing up without me inspired me to quit smoking i talked to my doctors and then i threw away all my cigarettes ashtrays and lighters i started exercising instead of smoking getting support from friends online kept me on track staying away from alcohol when i was first quitting was key instead of smoking after i ate i'd get up and take a walk i missed having a cigarette in my hand so i'd hold a pen or straw anything until i knew i wouldn't give into temptation i spent more time with my friends who didn't smoke i went to places that were smoke free i didn't stay quit the very first time i tried i kept on trying and i learned something each time do whatever it takes no matter how many times it takes i quit i quit i quit.

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"eleven days" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

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"eleven days" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And the environmentalist wackos thought they had stumbled cost across a brilliant maneuver and that is to have global warming and climate change codified in law by having a court acknowledged that it exists and find these defendants liable that was their plan there is no date for the trial so far however on march twenty first a mere ten to eleven days ago the litigants gathered for a climate change to to'real that was ordered by the judge the judges name is william awesome now the environmentalist wackos thought this was a gift from nirvana since they don't believe in heaven they couldn't believe they're good luck a climate change to court you have to remember who these people are the biggest obstacle that we're up against in america aside from the the cultural rot but i think the reason the cultural rot is taking places we're up against genuine stupidity too many generations have literally been taught nothing they have including how to think and so we're we're up against it made me want to call it ignorance but we're up against genuine stupidity and even among these environmentalist wackos in these city attorney's they believe all of this claptrap that they have been saying about climate change all of these years even though there isn't any evidence for it there isn't any warming all they've got is computer model predictions fox there isn't yet any empirical evidence for their claim that greenhouse gases even 'cause temperatures increase there isn't any empirical data for that all of this is based on the come all my god this is terrible we can't afford not to wait we have to stop it but there isn't any truth not to mention the fact that lasts fifteen years there hasn't been any warming also no no has been caught cheating and altering the annual temperature charts to show more warming than there has been but it doesn't matter because all of these environmentalist wackos and everybody who believes them in their city attorney's they literally believe this stuff just like they literally believe all the things they hate trump for they literally believe this even though they believe russia colluded with trump but it didn't happen there isn't any evidence but they're convinced they believe it they've been saying it's a long long it's got to be true so they walk into this courtroom and they're thinking this is this is where they're going to win every case they're going.

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"eleven days" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Do with blacked out for eleven days so it was ordered by him so that so then um all the other rappers on the west on the east coast snoop dog people like that i mean snoop thought of humvee all you know what it's like a military had it checked out like a military vehicle he only so find a lot of the raptors went under ground they're afraid to go anywhere and then and then that all started eased up but the place did it really delve into what was behind the uh they have up war you know and it was mostly the reporters youth yet that is education should make the cofounder and ceo of death row records to pack was on death row records we should just edged clarify and i think it was more hidden night driving that bk he eat there were some rappers he tried to scientiests layup off but they were with sean com it's in the east coast and his dad guy records waive all and and that it was really kind of the top dealt with nokia that yeah and i frankly think they were stoking up the money so you know bring more attention to the labels and there and the raptors for publicity and the kind of build the mystique around vikian pot yeah kind of make them bigger it did make them becker you know what made them more famous um two o'clock a big you are quite different you know took off with jerry enter stuck day of quite the antileft believe it or not and biggie was a kid grow up you know in the streets of beds diane brooklyn and it was a mom this boy and to talk to loukas mom you know uh which uh mother was a black panther you know when she when he was a baby and um she was charged with murder represented it with a federal case represented herself and one so she always quite the fighter and you know to block with clearly has sought mother's son and ambiguous a mama's boy so we have a quite different louis gets we'll see more comments about this will extremes tweeted it seems like it's history repeating itself.

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"eleven days" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"To keep key baath him or no like he his his biggest weapon to me is his legs and that kind of plays into a guy who can take you down right well it's an issue also of you know we'll see how could be goes through the way cut you know he hasn't done that in quite a while the last time you could make the weight and the other finding like heavily yeah lightweight yet um so yeah they're moving out with that in five young um you know so that's that's interesting you think barbosa could keep a higher pace so and you boy lost nickel price yeah you a high on him an infant sent a luquet luca and came in attendance no end leukemia with eleven days notice sometimes that's an advantage people like well he did have a full camp with these guys usually like you know a guy like fucking oh my god nate all my guys keep keeps himself it's like aids did it is uh that we see themselves in shape and feel like of times they're ready for a fight on fairly short most these guys stay in some kind of shia so he was obviously in fighting shape and sometimes as just as big a disadvantage for the guy who's had the camp 'cause you training for something totally different right and when you look at conner against chad mendez that was meant as gas and got tired and had to get ten days to prepare for three weeks fucking why was not enough time to pay for conner but he took him down and had he had a full camp he may have had a much easier time keeping conner down and he might have won that fight for sure which is also why i think you know at the time economist fighting and featherweight it'd be really interesting matchup against frank you had your cause frank he's never gonna get tired and he can russell fucking thank you so last guy conner does not want to deal with frankie right takes eighty shots the knock him out now frank he is a fucking animal frankie's next fight against holler at no no no it is holly yes for the titled that deserve this summer second that is okay.

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"eleven days" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The checkout counter at giant um are gonna have a big seminar in chicago it eleven days from now i've started a twoday october 31st and november perished and they're going to discuss the i i i don't know who is attending unconstitutionally they have the right to assemble and discuss things of coarse but are going to discuss various things various issues and so forth i don't get lose invited and everything and um he said and is direct quite from one of the newspapers us on the front page there's still a lot of work having gone now i don't know about you or it could move us forward or to that effect i find that showing and they're going to continue to advocate for their point of view berry and and they welcome to do so in a free society as long as they're trying to undermine the the representative process the number colored process that that we have in this republic the problem with that i think we have event now you correctly as they're going beyond simply advocating for a position of they are potentially behind some of the misbehavior we're seeing were conservative speakers are getting shouted down or prevented from speaking anywhere and behind some of the violence on the streets as well and that's the problem that you got your concern and mine many many of americans and i i'm just hoping that some people will maybe try to find out what is discussed and what conclusions help with but i i would honestly at that some of the black lives matter people are going to be there and different com radical it's going to be awesome i it's going to be a gathering of radical so much to watch it carefully and safely you can find out what goes on and the second point i want to make is found it hard starring event last night at the devil crave was out parenting i was hoping you would be there if it i know you've got your hands full ono it it was not that and i can be very honest about this i have uh developing a a pretty uncomfortable cases spike sonos and it's a it's from a couple of old injuries van of trying to begin the council fire iran of the vertebrae miller mellor back and it up pinches the merv that feeds sensations gone my left leg and.

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"eleven days" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"With surrey very anthony scaramucci came out lotta charm laugh force maybe went a little too far blew a little too close to the sun i had a taste for it eleven days had hell of a awry at eleven talk about going out scorched earth against people while you're in the job this is the quote i'm going to fire every one of them in protective i so the entire place we fired over the next two weeks i know people who speak like this on a regular i don't know who people who speak like this and know that they're speaking to people who are going to take my word and print them i don't know that people who do who imagine if we got on the phone with mayor marty walsh cities start discussing up a storm doubt in my mind that marty walsh me qasim private he just doesn't do it in front of people in its my print or air those things so i i just try that so larry beats the rundown with surrey this is the real deal report with casteel led the successful grassroots effort to repeal automatic gas tax i i'm geoff deal candidate for united states senate illegal immigration is not only a public safety browder but it's also costly for hardworking taxpayers the comoross spans an estimated one point eight billion dollars per year on taxpayerfunded benefits allowing century cities failing to secure our borders will add to that perry senator elizabeth warren dozen side with us she doesn't deserve another sixteen years it's time for a.

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"eleven days" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Heard the cook when i back you're talking about dog the bounty hunter wanted to sit down with good governor chris christie and a win over my head with the bell thing and i didn't hear about this on the news any local channels or anything and cooler pool guy called in last night the god locked up in jail for a what eleven day yeah eleven days that crazy what that stories on nj one one five dot com right now to get a check that out because you guys bring the way to light and when when i heard that i was like i had shows man because i would not have announced in parking pick it up going to put in jail inchoate could work with how can we be denied the right to bail we know you you shouldn't be and it's party constitution and this is the thing i in any any other state in the union this nothing like this you know she's okay so maybe a bullet on the news it may be don't go online looking for the story i can find it here use grew up in new jersey and we're going to spend at least an hour probably a lot more you're talking about you your name and you and i going to have this conversation at and that's what makes the station so great clear you brought to you you might be the pivotal thing that could change this guy life from this point on because you brought so much attention to it and i honestly i hope you state for folsom prison you know it where and when he does jimmy we're gonna be right here to tell you about it god bless you got it thanks for the call bush you to to new jersey one a.

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"eleven days" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"eleven days" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"We're talking with espn'sholly row here on the right time with money jonesclintonyates filling in that said of just mentioned this what are some of the more inspirational stories that you've come across in sports in your coverage since the time she refers diagnosed well okay this is interesting to last year at this back time i um it'll brighten augusti found out that i had a new humor in my long and i didn't really wanted to tell anyone about it because i knew everybody was breakout instill eleven days before college football started i was having a lung by the end it was exactly as it pounds it was very stressed both and i get to um my first college football game and i'm kind of nervous about working 'cause it's like a hundred and six degrees in texas perfect this notredame and the first bag of texas practice umi decided not to where my way i'm seriously falls as a skunk andi me matthewmcconnaheysomatthewmcconaughey world sexiest man sacked at andi'mmike there and he kissed as you know the cheese and he gives me a big hug and i'm like of course i'm balls today perfect can't wait to meet the world's sexiest man falls so it was his funny but um all through this year and if the pen and credible experiences with just made me grateful that i still working that game a true freshman she who shell from cpacthis comes back in overtime notredame is his first game ever as a college quarterback that was amazing and then what am i that's my favorite stories is hunter renfroofklem's then he's the little tiny maybe hundred and sixty pounds wide receiver just half the game of his life we're gonna allah bam at you know touchdown catch with one second left on the clock to be mighty alabamaandi am a dream radio's by life and i ask country might why is it they still williamsalabama and he said um i think we have so many other studs in our team that alabama just kinda forget about me about was an epic kind of really special um on the on the feels interview hunter and this shawnwatson was very special and then has to be the biggest of the year with.

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