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"emma liz" Discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast
"Were thanks for tuning into the glossy. Beat podcast. I'm your host rear row executive editor at glossy and this week. We're doing something a little bit different to close out the crazy ear. That was twenty twenty. I'm bringing on. Emma sandler are beauty and wellness reporter here at glossy and liz flora our senior beauty and wellness reporter. Here glossy chuck a little bit about what happened and what we can expect in twenty twenty one. Hi emma hi priya. Thanks for having me. And liz how are you hi. I'm good. how are you doing good so excited to have you guys on here today because i feel like people are going to get a sense of not only what are slacks or like. But what how we can work together. on our beauty and wellness coverage. So emma liz one word. We heard a lot. This year was the word acceleration. It seemed like every ceo every cmo and basically every social media post had that Kind of tagline so from your perspective and from where you sit. What did that mean to you emma. Why don't you go first. Think so much so when it came to acceleration i started out. Twenty twenty by covering sustainability and honestly. I thought it was going to be a topic that would cover every once in a while. I was actually concerned that might not have enough to cover but it ended up being a topic that not only everyone wanted to talk about but there are some genuine developments that were pretty significant when it came to single use plastic or to finding alternative sources to plastic So that was one thing that i really felt accelerated and something that intrigued me when it came to the topic of acceleration is how much people started to really focus on their direct consumer channels. Considering the internet has been around for more than twenty years and for the last fifteen years. I found it almost strange. That stay t state was only really now getting the attention that it really deserved so a follow up for you. What you think about sustainability and you know kind of like the renewed interest there. Were you surprised that was happening in tandem with a global pandemic when it's something that's very expensive and companies you think of it as costly and maybe not necessary. Yes end nodes the reason. I say that is because yes. It was a surprise in the sense that rans were finding the time to dedicate themselves to this issue but now because global warming is the global. Climate crisis has been a decades long conversation. And we're only now reaching a point where certain solutions have become viable options for brands. Such as the case of post consumer recycled plastic cardboard paper etc. So because they've been years long worth of work on the supply chain. It wasn't actually about surprising that brands were now coming to a point where they could share end employees some of these tactics into their brands..
"emma liz" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"That is fundamental to the clinical syndrome of a RDS, which affects not only prognosis and potential treatment response, but also the interpretation of clinical trials. Future studies are needed to determine whether these reported differences in angiogenesis represent. represent, distinct time points in a similar disease process or a true endo type that occurs only in a subgroup of patients, regardless, the finding of a novel pathological process opens up the possibility of developing sorely needed new treatments for A. R. D. S. and should spur further research in this work. Ackerman and colleagues have made an important contribution that may ultimately lead to a greater understanding of AIDS and perhaps too more precision in the identification of a rds Endo types. A randomized trial of a multifactorial strategy to prevent serious fall injuries, Baisha. Lender seen from Brigham and women's Hospital. Boston Injuries, from falls are major contributors to complications and death in older adults, despite evidence from efficacy trials that many false can be prevented rates of falls resulting in injury have not declined. This pragmatic randomized trial evaluated the effectiveness of a multifactorial intervention that included risk assessment and individualized plans administered by specially trained nurses to prevent fall injuries, a total of eighty six primary care practices across ten healthcare systems were randomly assigned to the intervention with two thousand, eight hundred two participants, or to enhance usual care, two thousand, six hundred forty nine participants, the mean age of the participants was eighty years and sixty two percent of the participants were women, the rate of a first adjudicated serious fall injury. Injury did not differ significantly between the groups as assessed in a time to first event analysis events per one hundred person years of follow up four point nine in the intervention group and five point three in the control group, the rate of a first participant reported fall injury was twenty five point six events per one hundred person years of follow up in the intervention group and twenty eight point six events per one hundred person years of follow up in the control group. The rates of hospitalization or death were similar in the two groups. A multifactorial intervention administered by nurses did not result in a significantly lower rate of a first adjudicated serious fall injury then enhanced usual care. Trial of Emma Liz Mab and topical agents for Eight Topic.
"emma liz" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Larry waxy the beginning years shows saying it was there were the violent depictions of people being shot yeah these are the things that uh uh judo monet you i docile message about culture wars uh bano with the performance uh i met with look to be like to be a floating barge about one hundred yards in front of emma liz arison the statue of liberty they didn't add snl skits uh for the grammy for spoken word i thought that was one of the highlights of the show tonight and then they had hillary hillary clinton north dishing to do with spokenword presentation i thought that was pretty good and it was messaging there but i gotta tell you walter these show really uh stuck to its in came the mission now you said something interesting before and that is that these producers may halt the more often than not that there's something going on in the current events world is who is now because we wanted to name to see what they say that tonight whether you told me to go and do that or not tonight i went there to hear that plus and wanted to see some my favorite to music hardest as well but walk through this was slim pickings tonight i gotta tell you it we've slim pickings on stupid things said at this presentation slim i don't know job all right that's gary are now one of the greatest talk show host of the history of american radio you want to play the cashcall contest i would absolutely a door yes then we need sound effects all right here's the mystery voice if you can guess the mystery voice you win the cashcall contests do you think that is gary who do you think that oh man uh i'm gonna go where if uh i think that was an aggressive bob dole me before congress about 25 years ago you just trying to trying to get us because you know nobody you'll get it they're pretty close gary you the best you are good friend your great guy terrific broadcaster hey somebody gives.