22 Burst results for "Gerd"

Fresh update on "gerd" discussed on Wayne Cabot

Wayne Cabot

01:28 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gerd" discussed on Wayne Cabot

"This prey has been developed by researchers in the U. K. It prevents infection by capturing the virus in the nose and covering it in a coating from which the virus cannot escape again. They're working on this now in the U. K stand by for more about that, hopefully soon. New York City has 54 ZIP codes The positive test rate of over 10% Indonesia's Health Ministry says the country's confirmed coronavirus cases infections have now passed one million. You can't get the coconut milk anymore. At Target and Costco and Wegmans of brand of coconut milk has been pulled. It's called Chico a coconut milk because Peter says that tie brand relied on forced monkey labor. It has been investigating what it says was chained monkeys misery at the hands of coconut producers who are accused of kidnapping monkeys put in the work, picking coconuts from trees and keeping them chained to old tires or confined to cages. The target. People say they take the claim is very seriously and now you can't buy that note there. I target anymore. WCBS news time 6 52 and this message about 9 11. It did not end on 9 11. Over 19 has impacted everybody on a large scale. But those most vulnerable are the ones with preexisting respiratory conditions over 60% of the 9 11 communities suffers from respiratory conditions. It's a devastating a recent loss. Michael Hankins from the F D. N Y suffered GERD because of 9 11 toxic exposure, and he died this year from covered 19 Protect yourselves and your families, all 9 11 victims qualify for lifetime free health care and awards from the $10 Billion Compensation fund. A half million people were exposed to the World Trade Center toxins. And still are at risk for 68 length cancers, respiratory illnesses. And I'd like us to emphasize this to you if you worked, lived or went to.

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Ex-officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks released on bond

Joel Riley

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Ex-officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks released on bond

"For that spot. The former Atlanta police officer charged in the death of Rashard Brooks is granted bond despite objections. Fatal shooting was unjustified during a hearing via video conference Tuesday. A judge in Atlanta granted of $500,000 bond for GERD Wolf. That decision came despite an emotional plea from Brooks's widow like complete Disregard, So my life roll faces 11 charges, including felony murder. Wolves. Lawyers argue he was acting in self defence and had no choice but to use deadly force. However, prosecutors say the shooting was not justified because Brooks was running away

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"gerd" Discussed on WWL

WWL

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"gerd" Discussed on WWL

"Good how are you Gerd Gerd reporter my question was I guess about ten years ago decided he wanted there to be more and we had prepared and ready half of their lives the phone number that we need to gather I mean you're not you're cutting your cutting in and out or cut can you speak directly on your phone please yes can you hear me yes Sir show show a year and a half affair ten years ago by your wife with a friend did you say that right yes okay yes America clear cut the ribbon to market but my question is at what point do you live the kid what happened right my two men reason being is because I've always just said no you know stuff happens when I didn't want to tell him ever my question for you guys is what age is appropriate right now they're fourteen and twelve but at what age is it appropriate to the informal my guess what happened never okay never they don't need to know that the the the rule you have is to protect your kids and the role you have is to honor their mom what happened in that relationship is between you two and if she's a distilled in their life and present and a good mom and she is he is she's doing the best good by your by your daughters what's up what's the point is it to show that you were right right or hate girls it wasn't me I mean what's that what's the impetus how does it bring healing how does that help the kids I don't know I guess it's more of our history thing yep you know that they understand their history from a spiritual standpoint you know the whole of the father type thing that it's something that's in their past could be a future opening with them now that it's it's it's that there are no more prone to having an affair because she did then and my daughters are now it sounds like you want to if you go to search your heart on this deal dude and if you want to make sure that at some point they know that the reason you got divorced wasn't your fault dear god you gotta let that go you gonna let that go you're gonna give them more insight in how to be married and had to be a respectful person and to be a person of character by never talking about about their mom across how bout you hurt you in dude it's not like I I can't wrap my head around my wife had a you're not fair for my buddies the amount of pain that will cost me but you've been remarried now you say you've got two other kids I mean man put it down there let it go let go I'm gonna close buddy in Texas and she she told me a story about she's she's pretty confident that her mom had an affair and all her dad would ever say is we just work better as friends and that's all he would ever say that's all he would ever say yeah I have noted it don't do anything anything for hire out their mother the one column there's probably going to need right and and she's probably not going to not just another moment to moment yeah if she did she did and then it might be that she's teaching them a lesson to not make the mistake she made that's her choice then and there might actually be a benefit if she did I'll be a great deal of an upset about for for for the dollars to hear from their mom that Hey I made a mistake and I turned my life around after that and I want to warn you it's not worth the pain don't make these kind of mistakes that kind of thing that would be valuable coming from her coming from you it feels like hitting back and it doesn't it and if you wait a decade hit back that's just man assisted that's the lowest of immature yeah out and I don't you know you're you're he's asking honest questions heck yeah dude put a brave guy I appreciate the call on the question it's a good question it's an interesting question now Sir I mean I I think about you know did as my kids is that we had some most interesting conversations with another my kids are adults which always love the thought for the oxymoronic phrase adult children but but the but but I mean we've had some things where they tell us stuff that they did that we didn't know they did yeah you know and it's and it's it's you know now it's funny sort of twenty years later fifteen years later ten years later and now it's funny that time you all work on U. member what yeah I don't really want a lot of yeah but yeah but you're still not unpacking everything I did in college I can just tell you that there's no reason to write doesn't serve any real reason to him doesn't service I will say that's kind of a a new trend now is what I it is the radical authenticity or we've got to be super thing to conceive for transparent and there's a way David you can hurt people with graphic details well you can be super transparent about where you are now and where you're going that's right that Dick you don't have to go through your the poop in your diaper no I show that you're authentic that's ridiculous you can be honest about being gory I'm gonna write that down that's treatable right there I don't have Twitter that's the only gonna know how to let you know how to log in to try to teach him how to do social media that's not social and media don't go together in his mind when this shows I'm gonna go out on the hill out here to yell that line really.

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"gerd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"gerd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Gerd gastro esophageal reflux disease and all kinds of other things and then what we can do from that information as I do a one on one consultation with a natural path like Dr and we talk about your results and that test actually gets drop shipped to your house and we talk about the results and then we figure out exactly what pre and pro biotics you need for your body so let me give you so we're already there it's not something in the future it's happening here and now and I want to tell you a little story I had a client this week and her got Zoomer came back and I have a probiotic that I really like so I was going to recommend that probiotic for her and then I thought well no I can't do that because I don't really know what she needs I do like this probiotic but I'm not gonna recommend it for her and little did I know that the strains that are in the probiotic I take she didn't need any of those strains so I recommended other pre and pro biotics that she would need and other it there's acids and there's do you to rate and other things if you're low in certain bile acids and things like that we can recommend a supplement that will help increase those so if you're someone that has occurred or irritable bowel the time is here we're able to do personalize nutrition I talked about a study that came out last week it's called personalized nutrition worth sixty four billion by twenty forty personalize nutrition could generate annual revenues as high as sixty four billion dollars by two thousand forty according to UBS big name companies such as apple uber and Amazon could benefit from the massive growth health data and apple watch could be combined with genetic information to offer personalized nutrition and I want to tell you guys I've been doing this for over three years now at least two and a half we're we've done new teacher now Max that looks at your genomes to determine what foods you should or should not be eating we do all different kinds of sensitivity testing so you could have a food allergy food sensitivity or a food intolerance and not even know it I had a client in my office yesterday who has never had a task for this but she knows that she has a sensitivity to not and I had not on my desk and she started sneezing and I said oh my god is that that are my notes on the desk bothering you she was because I'm not really sure and I said you know what you'd be a perfect person to do the food sensitivity tasks that looks at ninety six different foods de determined what foods you should or should not be eating and it's not a one size fits all anymore guys the evidence is out there they're saying by two thousand forty sixty four billion dollars a year it's going to be spent on personalized nutrition.

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"gerd" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"gerd" Discussed on EconTalk

"Trees where what's being done gets transparent and also Where the The regulators can see what the banks are doing if a bank estimates millions of CO variances. There's no way a A regulator came. Find out twisting tinkering and Baynes can also use owning Tele Model. That's not a model safety. Banks will always try to find signed a way around the calculations but if and try to game it but if it's just a maybe three re-bury ables that are used in such a Maybe fast and frugal three like leverage ratio and a few others liquidity measure then Gaming is not as easy explain. Please explain what you mean by a fast and frugal tree which is really useful. Heuristic of I think so fasten through tree is like they could decision three parts. Much more simple you start with A certain feature and there could be a leverage ratio if the leverage ratio is higher of a bank is high it in a certain sledge. Then he gets a red flack so so that's it and not even anything else who's looked up if it's it is not highs lower than a second question ask and this is the way proced- so fast and frugal create is doesn't make any tradeoffs. So it's it's like a body so if you if you have a failing heart then a good kidney doesn't help you much so it's not like a linear decoration. Where everything compensates? Everyone tested this fast and frugal trees in many situations and meanwhile used in medicine and in many areas and also. What's very important? Is that a doctor Dr using such a faster frugal tree or a banker or central. Pinker can actually understand what's happening so I wanNA use an example. You take from the book because it really profound In a connected to a number of things. We've talked about here on the program. I I I want to start with an observation. That comes from The book ending medical reversal by Adam. CPA INFINITE PERSAD I interviewed Adam about the book and Vapor Assad is scheduled to be a guest coming in the future talk about a different book but they come up with a very profound and disturbing discovery which is when you look at observational studies. That is looking back at what has happened to people with different characteristics. who say adopted a medical intervention? Jim This intervention looks very good and so it gets adopted by the profession. After awhile time passes and it's there's an opportunity to do a randomised controlled trial Instead of relying on statistical techniques to control for the differences between people or say the selection of who ended up being chosen for the intervention in observations we now actually have a random sample of two different groups and it's shockingly depressing thing how often the randomized control trial fails to find efficacy in fact often finds harm from the intervention that looked good in an observational study. Now you you find something quite similar. It doesn't seem so at first. But here's what the example you have in the book a A patient comes into the emergency room has chest pain which we do. Should we send them home. Should we put them into the coronary unit. So we put them into the intensive care unit. And you talk about this fancy study that was done with. I don't know maybe twenty twenty twenty five different pieces of information. Each one had an associated probability attached to it and doctors were given a card. Which is I? It's hard to say it without laughing and and we're told us a calculator and just do a weighted average of these probabilities after you've made the assessment and then decide where to put the person whether to put them in the coronary a unit in the ICU or said home. And you said what you showed in. This is just extraordinary. It would hold his generally as the Finding of any medical reversal. But we show is that the fancy technique works best in explaining the past. It's very good at assigning people ex post after they've already Gone through the system and we evaluate in fact the numbers come from the date are fitted using these variables gables. That that we've come up with to figure out what's the best place to put people unfortunately going forward. It does not do so well. And in fact the simple rule rule of thumb that you just described the fast and frugal tree of looking at three factors instead of the twenty five with and looking at them sequentially not waiting them in the fancy way actually actually does better going forward and that's an extraordinary. I think incredibly important finding It is correct correct. The fancy complicated methods were best in explaining the past and.

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"gerd" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"gerd" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Shouldn't have done that's not who miles Gerd signal laws Gerd here is a great football player and a really good man and I think miles Garrett is going to have to spend the rest of his career trying to kind of overcome the stigma of there's one Thursday night and that's unfortunate I don't think rest was career are the rest of his life the the plate that people don't know him don't know football the we can say we know he's a good guy got a great reputation for people at home don't know that I don't know that and that's not what they think let me see the video of kids in the pain in paleontology he that he that his whole weight he he's always been described as always I know people when they brought Odell Beckham to details like well how you gonna feeding him and Baker in Landry is I'm just different he's been known to be a different type of guy on the football field it is a different mentality and I'd been there I did somebody hit with a helmet Bob what I'll say it in practice got grad we gotten to it afterwards I felt horrible I realized I could find find me but if you haven't been in that situation you did you don't understand and he's not right about what he did no I would not right by what I do you know what I can say is that does not define me because that's not who I am but we're in a culture called to cancel culture the internet you know something happens canceling get a money here let him go you should never have one again he's a never ending in the most what he was saying because he what he did was wrong nobody not saying it wasn't this is the kid cannot cancel this is not define who he is correct that's correct yeah and and you know let's make this clear we're not defending Garrett it was wrong but in forty years of coaching numerous times I saw this happen on the practice field preseason games so it's not an isolated incident now as a culture yeah there's a couple of culprits in this thing besides Garrett you know the quarterback he was twisting and turning on that helmet we don't know what was said down in that you know I ended you know and so no real I don't see any kitchens listen it now as a coach and isolated incident okay but if it's a pattern you know the most was team in the league most inspections in the league so there's a lot of people were wrong on that particular incident and this thing is not going to and we talk about the fine Mason Rudolph may encourage some point so we'll find out with that bottom line though if you're above the helmet drop it yes you know what I need to know you you throw it you let the guy go over and get it now that the punished let's throw it over to Jay Glazer right now he's got more J. guys you have a lot of questions that need to be answered we were going to have those answers for you this morning let me explain I've been in touch with miles yards last few days he agreed to do is sit down interview with us this morning from his home in Cleveland unfortunately before we boarded our plane to go out there in Cleveland the Cleveland Browns brass brought miles carrot into the facility and told him he is not allowed to do that your view shop the interview down miles yard wanted to answer a lot of these questions are not again I've talked to miles and when he was able to say before they told me that a lot of talk to me or anybody else that he is going to appeal the suspension he was remorse for his trying to answer these questions you other part of this is that the NFL Kerr you just can't get out of there not done handing out finds Mason Rudolph other members there still is a browser they'll respond this week as well but unfortunately folks we were here to give you an answer straight form models dark curtain fortunately the Browns shut that down that is unfortunate thanks Jay.

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NFL suspends Myles Garrett for hitting quarterback with helmet

The Al Malmberg Show

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

NFL suspends Myles Garrett for hitting quarterback with helmet

"In which Browns defensive end miles Gerd strip the helmet off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and swung the helmet smashed Rudolph in the head yeah I saw it this morning I didn't see last night but I was terrible it was awful was ridiculous man that that shouldn't happen in our name Garrett was suspended by the NFL and definitely meaning he's done for the rest of the season and

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"gerd" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"gerd" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The day so Mike Ryan. I feel like probably a lot of people well. Maybe not too many but a lot. Nonetheless had to feel good for Jon Gruden last night. Even if you don't think he deserves that money yeah I mean nobody likes to be the butt of jokes for for a week and then have it end that way and so Jon Gruden even though he was beating the wash John elway with the wash Joe flacco badly needed something that felt good less but that was a fangs defense right there vic Fangio one of the best defensive coordinator to the NFL. I saw Bill Simmons tweet this out that he's officially retiring from betting on Joe Flacco guy seen some of the numbers the last last four years his yards forever yards per attempt six point three yards per attempt. It's worse than the League. That's four years the sample that you have on that and John. Elway told us he was in his prime. That's that's what you have running the broncos right now. The best move the John Elway made was is get Peyton. Manning who threw nine touchdown interception of the season they won the super bowl but they want us to all of us would have done that though there's there's no genius in going going after Peyton manning until his neck falls off so let's go to the other room if you're just joining US okay. This is something we do around here. We were delighted. That clip went viral for us. Yesterday has got was dressed as a rat right now. We're going to the penalty box because none of us want to be around. The cat food. Cat Cat food is disgusting. You don't WanNa get the smell on your finger. It'll like a droplet of it on your finger. It'll make you wash your hands because it's so disgusting and so this is the argument argument. We were just having having off off air. Stu Gods and I'm not making this up. Greg cody was complaining that she wanted a better clothes pin somehow Bruce Bruce who just emerged from portal in the nineteen twenties Bruce. Somehow brought a clothes pin to work for some reason always as one on them. It's unbelievable like the the biggest upset around here in about a decade is that Bruce had clothes pin just brought it to work. Put It on the poll game. Let Lebatardshow have you or or any of your coworkers ever bought a clothes pin to work then we bring him the clothes spend and he's like my nose is too big. Can you get me one. That's bigger ah so now he's got a bunch of tape on his nose and his son who didn't do anything to deserve this except read poorly now. His son has the clothes pin on his nose so Chris. Go ahead and give us a little bit of play by play. Oh you open the can already so you you open the cancer. You know what that smells like real loser loser here. This smells so much worse than I thought it was going to smell. He's been complaining the whole time about where he wants this. I'm going to shoved his mouth because he's annoying me I I can. I say this is tuna. Shrimp flavored. I wanted Salmond so bad enough. I gotTa do this. I can't even get my choice. No not yet because I want to tell Greg something. That's the God's honest truth. Okay only my bride to be saved you from something a lot worse than that because I wanted to bring the most disgusting cannon that is a reprieve because she said don't do that to him. Thank you know but the number of times you betrayed her and us. I should have chosen different name five top number. He sat down at a very good number. He's got two and three but five is typical all right so Chris Greg. How are you feeling right now. How are you scared. What does it smell like. How would you describe the smell smell waves of nauseousness or rolling over me as my medical gird condition kicks in I worry for myself. Is there a medic on on hand because Chris actually trained. This could become a real. liability issue for Disney is now. I'm just curious. Why he thinks is that a piece of tape is going to block smell well? Hopefully it's covering my nostrils. I love that the clothes pin was not big enough for his nose of have a garbage can buy because I do believe he might throw up. I might we televise him throwing up. He's going to stay the whole segment this way so okay so all right. That's Chris Gagging. It's foul foul all right Chris. Go ahead and get started look. I'm going to get going now. Oh all right shit hit me. On what a mess. This is getting a fool smeared increase smeared black. There was literally going to throw up. Oh my God it's cold off like a champ. I can't look at it as as the guard regarding that girth. We're uh right. That's enough enough. You gotta stay till the end of the segment. Oh my God oh my God. You guys think I'm kidding all right. Happy Happy Sixty Fifth Greg. I mean Greg. Let's let's talk about the game last night. What did you think of okay all right. Where does it? I had to move breathe through my mouth in hopes that cat food doesn't fall in my mouth while it's agape. It's a tough line of one. I am so sorry I did this to everyone. Except the audience I have tears in my eyes and a a- As disgusted by this as I am right now. I'm oddly intrigued by this whole thing that the tape on the nose seems like a bad idea because it's preventing you from being able to breathe. When will it end. How are you going to put on well. After we talk about last night's game against my sunscreen coding all the terrorists cody give us one minute cody of analysis on last night's games of the weekend games. Go ahead and give the late game. I cared nothing about the first game. I thought it was one of the Great Games of the week greater. There's only been sixteen games played but I thought it was a terrific game. I mean you know one minute. Does Shawn Johnson is throwing a great watson is throwing a great touchdown pass to the former Dolphin Kenny stills. They're the heroes for a second and then all of a sudden drew brees doesn't thing it's drew brees was fantastic. People keep writing them off. He's forty years old. He's my hero. Sorry all right. Let's go to break Greg. He did a lot better than I thought you were going to do really enjoying stay for another segment eight-day. Pay Day is payday. I don't think people understand how disgusting God you. WanNa make money. Draft Kings will pay out during this football season time to get ready for week to tell them about your. We've one is in the bugs but draftkings is it finished celebrating with some huge fantasy football contests for a week to the football season draftkings the leader of one day fantasy football's giving new users a free shot ripping. It's I feel like there's a pupil of my hey and over one point five million dollars in prizes with your first deposit when you put in Code Dan Daring sign up Alpo that'd be better than this was all new and existing users. You can get a deposit bonus of the five hundred dollars. That's an extra cash to play with this football season. Nothing adds to the sweat of watching the game. I'm suing somebody seriously because we're all right. I'm getting mcgillicuddy involved. I got my legal team on it. Only had a legal team. That'd be on that white like having a shot at over one point five million dollars in prizes. Dalo the draftkings APP now use Code Dan for a limited time ridiculous. You know you even put the cat crap on my nose for Specter. It's not dripping. I feel something loosening and dripping on my forehead. I don't WanNA touch. It did not know discussing different lead. Go clean yourself up. You can leave my presence. I mean it's bad enough. I have to be like this for the whole segment. Get Out of here. Get away from me. Look at this. Ah Oh my God oh my God. I'm just seeing this. Oh God oh Oh. Are you kidding. You dropped more than he put me off stick. I can't make it still my God donlevatar. I love me some doctors have a lot of respect for the medical profession stugatz except chiropractors this is about the show with his two guys on Espn Radio Greg. Cody and Chris Cody. Were champions right there. I came closer to throwing going up then either one of them. Did I know how disgusting that smells Billy you didn't know how disgusting it smelled and then you went in there and I mean Chris. You really caped that on. I thought it was just going to be a couple of smears like that nor your father that your father wasn't totally disgusted by that and didn't throw up is amazing to me billy. How bad did it smell in there. I only lasted like two seconds as as long as I took one with and then I just saw the texture of it and it looked like the poop really it was like awful and then it was just kind of it wasn't sticking to his face face and was stacking on his show. That shares ruined whatever chair he was sitting on. It'd be Mike only. There's only one other time that I've maybe two when when Pablo was eating pickled gas station things own or feet or no pickled pigs feet when Mike Ryan. What was that Harry fish off. Ah The tripe smelled like pooping tasted worse. Yeah there was another time. I think Dominique Gates something out of my mouth. Being I had nothing to do with the grid of death or the punishments around here that was you and dominate just being disgusting. Greg Cody has resumed. He smells better than what what he would onion. The onion made me as well I I. We Sang Greg. You're a real champion. They're both you and your son because I came closer to throwing up than all of you like I had tears in my eyes. It's disgusting. What you just did is profoundly disgusting. It really was it actually was that the nose thing worked worked for me but the visual of seeing what looked like poop all over my face was the worst that smell will stay with you the entire day too right. Well you know the smell actually wasn't as bad for me as it was for Christopher who kept gagging which made me want a gag. Yeah the smells really bad and I was like I'm GonNa. Go Wash my hands but it's bad now because my hands smell fresh but I must have dripped it somewhere because I'm still smelling it yet. I smelled my hands and my hands are good so it's like where is this. I need it. I'm I'm sorry Philly. I'm sure I smell like cat and in the middle of that sea of chaos a giant smile on the face of Mike Ryan just a huge smile smile because Greg Cody was getting wrecked was awful. We can move on to other subjects. At least we can talk about that game last night. If you guys writers broncos excellence through God's thanks the Texans are dumb just because they lost if thirty seven seconds gone indifferently probably wouldn't have that tape well. The point is widely thirty seven seconds for drew brees at home when he has shown time and time again that he can get that done and here's the other part. That was really frustrating. The defense that Bill O'Brien was playing when he knew drew brees just ten yards in that play at Booger McFarland. Call them out and did a great job..

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BrainStuff Classics: Does Eating Before Bed Give You Nightmares?

BrainStuff

06:08 min | 2 years ago

BrainStuff Classics: Does Eating Before Bed Give You Nightmares?

"You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. You're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts. Welcome to bring stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here with another classic episode from our former host Christian Sager. Today's topic gets to the bottom of an old wives tale will eating before bed. Really give you nightmares. What's up brain stuff? I'm Christian Sager. And it is time for some brain stuff. Have you ever been up alone at night scarfing down some buffalo wings dipped in kimchi and Vindaloo? But you fall asleep on the couch and you start having these terrible nightmares. What is up with that? Why does some foods? Make us have such weird dreams. Well, so far scientists yet to find a direct correlation between certain types of foods, and how we dream, but an excessive amount of rich nocturnal eating can interrupt your sleep in a variety of ways really any type of physical discomfort while you're sleeping can lead to bad dreams. But when you're tummy's a rumbling. That's when the monsters really comes scurrying out of that trap door in the back of your head, for instance, late night snacks increased both your body's metabolism and temperature which makes you hot and sweaty, especially when you have a high carbohydrate meal, Ditto if you have. A bunch of donuts or candy bars before you pass out. A recent study shows that seven out of ten people who junk food before bed are more likely to have nightmares. These researchers hypothesized that the high levels of sugar led to physical sleep discomfort which brought the monsters out from under their beds. Another type of upset stomach that leads to a bad night's sleep is acid reflux also known as GERD or just plain old heartburn more than a third of Americans have this condition. I'm one of them where burning acidic bile comes creeping up your SAFA gifts. If you've had this happen doctors recommend that you don't eat within three hours of bedtime. And that you try lifting your head forty five degrees to keep the acid down. Also, you probably shouldn't have citrus onions, carbonated drinks meant alcohol or cigarettes before you go to sleep. I know I know boring, right? But cutting down on this stuff will keep the sleep goblins away. So it's either be careful what you eat or back to a pit of. Spare filled with evil clowns for you. Actually. There's an interesting food connection between general anxieties and why we sleep poorly when our bodies are stressed. They flush out the mineral magnesium, which increases are mental burden. So we sleep poorly. You can head this off if you eat healthy prior to and during stressful periods, your retained some magnesium helping you maintain a normal sleeping pattern, and there's our old friend insomnia, which can be caused by a variety of food and drinks how about meat or other high protein foods. Well, it turns out protein supplies, your brain with the amino acid tyrosine, which makes you more alert and food high in protein is usually also high in fat which digests slowly causing a rumble in the Bronx. If the Bronx is what you call your belly. Plus remember how carbohydrates bring on the night sweats. Will they also speed up trip to fan and amino acid in your brain that helps you sleep? So if you don't eat enough carbs. Before bed. It's harder to get to sleep my recommendation, a small carbohydrate snack in the evening will promote calmness and help you catch. Some Z's finally alcohol and caffeine before bed can make insomnia even worse. So no, double fist in coffee and beer, and you probably shouldn't drink energy booze drinks, like juice, four Loko or fusion either. In fact, I'd recommend staying away from drinks with purposely. Misspelled names is just a general rule, even the United States food and Drug administration called these drinks. A public health concern back in two thousand and ten and the center for disease control has an entire factsheet about the dangers of mixing alcohol and energy drinks. And it doesn't even get into the whole not being able to get to sleep thing. So there you have it food doesn't necessarily give us nightmares. But the uncomfortable feelings that come with eating certain meals. Episode was written by Christian and produced by Tyler clang. If you miss Christian, check out his pop culture podcast super context available wherever you listen to podcasts. And of course for more on this and lots of other topics that will help you sleep better. Visit our home planet house to works dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. You're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology to time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple

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"gerd" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Who they got carried away. He did on that car. Well, I wonder the all the way to get character food or just he was getting away from the. He was getting away from the police. But I mean they bought there which means they probably had to get some contact information out for you. You know, they're not going have a random person in view, right? And then faking the the heart attack, you just rolling over jumping out and walking in the cafeteria. They eat breakfast every morning. Yeah. I mean, I don't know what the police EIB records in Kano EMS people. Oh yeah. Yeah. They're probably like, what is he doing about a buff as right, that was like, he's Lovie just wake up what these had heart attack. Let's have new. Yeah. Also they kit like check for that when they come get you at the like. His artsy normal, but maybe feels something possibility. Like, how do they know like a deterrent, a. I have no fucking heart attack. Meanwhile, what was he trying to trying to rob somebody Tono several heart about business the as a call about a stolen gun. So maybe why he was still in the gun. He faked a heart attack at the business so he can get away. Hey, man. I know you stole my good. What gun. I ain't got no GERD. Oh, coming. Your..

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"gerd" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Give me some sense of the league. You mentioned sort of the cosmos a couple of times, and we've talked about sort of the pluses and minuses, shall we say of that team and what it brought to the to the league. And you know the prices if you will, that that ultimately may be got paid because of that approach in that sort of star spangled starts Bengal, but star power to, you know, big money kind of franchise approach. What was gimme a sense of the league at that time because obviously it's when it was growing. Burgeoning twenty four teams. You know, sky seemed to be the limit as a coach of a very solid team, arguably just at the precipice of of winning all yet. Again, give me a sense of what the league had had become at that point, and you know your feelings about it. Good and bad. Well, I thought it was a tremendous league. I mean, you talk about competitive. I mean here here I am. I'm coach against Franz Beckenbauer Johan Croix in Los Angeles. I mean, come on. These are the greatest players in the world Gerd Muller NIST, hey, snus delinquent who I still think is one of the greatest players that ever played in the league is in in Fort Lauderdale and and and Gerd Muller. I mean, these are the, these are the world's stars that that I'm coaching against, and every game was so competitive. I mean, it was it took every ounce of my imagination and coaching ability in acuity to try to compete in that league and try to put a team together that could compete in that league with a restricted budget which Lamar insisted on right. Right now did my budget go up from nineteen seventy six to two nineteen seventy? Absolutely did, but it went up slowly. It didn't go up rapidly. Some teams, it went up rapidly. They were paying big transfer fees for players which which was was you never gonna get back. And and as a result, I mean it I thought the league was tremendous. The Cosmo's were such a wonderful image for our league because they were. They were traveling around the world. On their world tours playing some of the greatest teams in the world and kicking ass. You know, it was wonderful, Habsi wonderful the image they had for our league and, and so back in those days, I mean, sky was a limit you could. You could get just about any player to agree that he'd like to come to American play. 'cause that that's the one thing that I thought the cosmos did for the league. The the bad thing they did for the league is that they had on on limited budget. We didn't and they had great revenue stream. I mean, seventy seven thousand people in New York is a lot of gape revenue. We didn't have the television revenue to support paying players, gigantic salaries and no league in America's ever as ever succeeded without television revenues. You can't live on just gate and and and sponsorship alone. You can't get big sponsorship dollars without television and so- television was killing us..

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"gerd" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on The Filmcast

"I basically couldn't sing anymore without experiencing huge discomfort in like my like chest area and basically was diagnosed with gerd or a gastro esophageal reflux disease which you can counteract with drugs and stuff like that and proton pump inhibitors and stuff but i was never really i never could really sing again without experiencing like huge comfort and other life altering implications as a result of so i basically don't really sing anymore and i know this is like not even close to the sort of physical rigors of what is depicted in this film but one thing that i think this film captures really well is this idea of feeling like you've discovered your life's purpose right and being unable to fulfill it right and there is a lot of tragedy and frustration and boredom that comes with that and i had to like i had to deal with my own situation and getting over the fact that i couldn't do this thing that i truly love and you know i i've done other things to compensate for that you know i've tried to create music in other ways and and so on and so i've kind of gone through a personal journey of that myself but you know i couldn't help but think of that when i was watching this movie and that's what this character is kinda going through is he he like loves this thing more than anything else it gives his life purpose and meaning and excitement and he has to struggle basically with whether or not he can keep doing it because of his physical condition and i just love how the film captured like the fullness of that concept and kind of transferred it onto the audience i feel like it was really effective in that way beyond that i think everything you guys have is is correct the scimitar graffiti manages to capture the west in ways that are both beautiful and desolate the performances are like authentic i think is the word we've been using and i think you know some of them are stronger than others but overall to use real life people is like people who have a real relationship to this actor i think that was the correct.

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"gerd" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on Geek News Central

"How many of you have winter ready care because maybe thought you were getting strep throat to bore you knew it was wrong with you and it was not serious but you need to see a doctor to get a prescription think we've all been there even all man and coming down with this again i wish i could get you know whether it be flown as or something for gerd or if it'd be for you know something for sciatica you know any number of different things that go on stuff that the just you don't need to go there and have your blood pressure taken right those types of instances i think these types of interactions would be awesome and you know basically you know the the doctor causing your scrip and you go to your local pharmacy and pick it up you're good so these types of things i think are important or better yet the doctor says no i think you'd better come in and we need to look at you because there might be something else going on or you need to go to the emergency room immediately those types of scenarios could play themselves out or let me call you an ambulance to come get you you know it could be a whole variety of things i have a blood pressure cuff here in the house i checked my blood pressure every day and check my weight every day.

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"gerd" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"How many of you have winter ready care because maybe thought you were getting strep throat to bore you knew it was wrong with you and it was not serious but you need to see a doctor to get a prescription think we've all been there even all man and coming down with this again i wish i could get you know whether it be flown as or something for gerd or if it'd be for you know something for sciatica you know any number of different things that go on stuff that the just you don't need to go there and have your blood pressure taken right those types of instances i think these types of interactions would be awesome and you know basically you know the the doctor causing your scrip and you go to your local pharmacy and pick it up you're good so these types of things i think are important or better yet the doctor says no i think you'd better come in and we need to look at you because there might be something else going on or you need to go to the emergency room immediately those types of scenarios could play themselves out or let me call you an ambulance to come get you you know it could be a whole variety of things i have a blood pressure cuff here in the house i checked my blood pressure every day and check my weight every day.

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Air strikes 'kill more than 100 in Eastern Ghouta as 'hundreds more flee

KBNP Financial Hour

01:03 min | 3 years ago

Air strikes 'kill more than 100 in Eastern Ghouta as 'hundreds more flee

"With us news i'm keith peters in washington airstrikes in syria kill more than one hundred people on fridays civilians weary and many wounded fled besieged areas for the second straight day syrian government forces stepped up their offensive in the rebelheld eastern suburbs of the capital of damascus capturing a major town and closing in on another under the cover of russian airpower majority of the deaths gerd in eastern guja where government forces have been on a crushing offensive for three weeks capturing seventy percent of the besieged area the gulf between russia and britain widened on friday as they cranked up pressure over a nerve agent attack and a suspected murderer in britain that have deepened western worries about alleged russian meddling abroad on wall street the dow up by seventy three points to twenty four thousand nine forty seven the nasdaq on change the snp advanced five crude oil up to sixty two thirty four barrel this is news this is keith lyons with the business insight with us is.

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"gerd" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Battling depression in the years before her death mesic freely criticised mcgown and harvey weinstein for involving mesic in the controversy over mcgown's allegations that wind seen sexually assaulted her in 1997 message family said she was devastated after the movie vogel's lawyer released an email in which mesic defended weinstein mess expanded claims a gallup inaccurate accusations and insinuations against her but mesic chose not to speak out as not to take attention away from victims of sexual harassment and assault very said great record haul i statement from the family and they're just basically saying it that the harvey weinstein defense he asked her to write an email before any of this story any of this stuff bro of gotcha and early on it she went rose mcgowan told her that harvey asked her to go into a go in a hot tub with him right she went straight to her managers and said hey this happens and reported it and she was an entry level new production allah assistant type of person and it even back then but i think he rose mcgowan is his his channelling her anger gerd in a row bunch of different way yeah as such a sad story yesterday as well will soon be completely unrelated kim kardashian close to the top was photo to her instagram free which according to her was taken by taken by her daughter north in the shot kim wears an unclasping broth black spandex in she conceals her chest with her hands and her reflection as well as north as wells north can be seen in the photo the photo however has a kim's instagram followers divided with some calling her out or the mom for having nor the photograph her topless and others defending her to which i ask what zalono what's luther defend here i think is a little rove's a baby is ignores like poor poor or pillow va budding photographer of near edged the regular any alisa kim's back is to the camera yeah so she's topless but she's not facing the camera i mean this is this going to war with of their kids until therefore the app hooves aren't eight the abboud okay i agree i like people mommy shaming anyone on how to read their kids is.

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"gerd" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Is i can't do that anymore wouldn't near you have the clock or something you can have a beer go to my house to pick up the next now i'm not on a break but listen i was going to leave the crate on your doorstep but then i was doing that accidently tripped on your porch stairs probably get that fixed by the way oh oh you'll suminao am i have no no no no no i'm not suing you trust me but i dropped to create and it broke so we've already okay how many yard no no no no hey come down come down there no snakes in your once they got out that's it oh not a big deal you right of all i'm going to get bitten by one oh it's karina bite my neighbor gerd ball pythons they don't they don't bite oh rick python wakil creepy link not i don't care bed whatever it is i didn't orderly are you told me to make him i know there's one in your mailbox and the other one i'm still looking for why is it or the mailbox why the hell they will because i was able to find one of the snakes from the crate and i just so i wouldn't lose that one i put it in your mailbox in the other one that's the issue that i'm calling about because we need to find this guy in it we will make my mailbox bear rob what you've got the four with me go the right now in three curve it though i need to keep this nick in the mailbox but i really need to find your other one listen are there any cracks in the foundation of your house oh no oh man i'm ok p h o the millbrook we have the snake in the mailbox is okay 'cause we know where that one is but the other one i can't find that's why i'm asking about cracks in the foundation because if it gets in your house that could be no no you don't tell me this they're not going to come home and i go to bed with getting bitten by a mouse we're talking about like i said though it's not going to bite you it's of all python they're actually very nice and why don't you like snakes their clinic i mean they're cute no i.

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"gerd" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"I don't even know what to say right now i don't even know what to say with that now at any response because i'm literally speechless i have nothing to say after the media will find something negative to say about this gerd just can't give him any credit for anything yep yeah i i think this is an amazing mm hmm mm yeah i think there was i'd have not i literally have never been in this position professionally i am speechless that was one of the greatest singular statements i think i've ever ever in my entire life read that statement i am just basking in the glory of the president's statement i know we only have a minute twenty seconds for quick 5 guys i just that was the greatest statement of stevenson's ever been released them statements i don't even know what to do where do i go whoa 108 to from here by guys the show lower that goes along 2018 let's kick it at a quick five it's time for data's quick five gosh it was amazing nowhere to go from here is so great okay okay okay okay having lisbon woman staring at a phone has her leg cut off after getting stuck between elevators closing doors before the faulty lift suddenly goes up that came from yes so stop looking at your phone teddy get your elegant lake stuck in the door but she had a rare her right lower leg severed because the lift went up and it was all captured sadly on closed circuit television and it looks really painful let's just not great oh man stop looking at your phones when your legs are getting caught and stuff professor who called for why genocide says he's been hired by new york university here's a dumb mustache george marred the professor who wants tweeted all i went for christmas is white genocide says that he was hired as a visiting scholar by new york universities hemispheric institute for performance and politics where he can go squint didn't try to look hip stirred and where it's overpriced flannels in front of his class isis terrorist are posing for chilling cell fees in front of new york's met museum and other places in new.

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"gerd" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The s p up temperature the showed he'll get you back to chicago for the start of the secondhalf coming up ryan jeffrey one runs we were warned there would be solved the michigan state of sabah here's a scale of a pass the lorry says it's a volvo washes it home to florida of also brought off thirteen consecutive points nine 43 to go here in the first half though of good kk 21 the twelve allayed michigan state you got to respond scared left side it goes to british shot clock dan now penetrating against the bigger players jackson equipped with three straight now dr zotari practical checking stayed with eleven straight points to take the lead dad's in eleven nothing wrong where we're going we had thirteen nothing eleven nothing it's got our goes sparty wasn't done by the way gerd patient michigan state offense bridges inside pass so men lot of hashish firm triple double after world michigan state goes up quite four josh lankford the parade there would be your do grunted the are in seven seconds to go the half of all the ball dancing dribbling nearly lost a two gifts to albuquerque god hearst who he said good story leeds by pool right before the race they're now knocking down the three from at least thirty five feet away allen has got fourteen for the balloon alba's he's going to half the shoulder a lot of the scoring in the second half marvin baghli the third one of the most highprofile to freshmen in the country poked in the eye early in that first asked me about midway through he went to the locker room he will not return he's night is dawn purdue the blue devil said runs of thirteen nothing they closed with an eightnothing run they have a fourpoint lead 38 34 let's stop the second half from the united center battle here's mark has to share i kept thanks a lot and indeed margaret baghli the third four point six rebounds yet five offensive rebounds.

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"gerd" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on KTRH

"All right so in the last nine and a half minutes samantha bogs we are going to talk about super foods now a lot of people don't like the term superfoods because this is a list of ten in lima beans are not on here and so somebody is going to be upset but the superfoods for your perusal which i will and these are not posted on the website yet but i will get them on in no particular order sweet potatoes mangoes plainly gerd broccoli wild salmon meal guard bonds obgyns also known as peas chick peas thank you samantha watermelon butter not squash and leafy greens those are the ten and i would say if you have a diet that consists of the vast majority of these you're going to go places now sweet potatoes samantha tell me your favorite way of making sweet potatoes i read don't tell me you don't like them i love right two of them and i'm more of a spicy sweet potato fan verse says the sweetener sweet potato aren't yams and now the desert but that's not really my thing i really love homemade sweet potato fries in the oven with chile chili pepper ira and all the spice in all the salt that's that's kind of my my thing all right whereas i have to advise against a lot of salt naturally not the best for you but right at that's kind of my that's my go to sleep potato farright demagogue cloudy household sweet potatoes we will probably slice them put them on a cookie sheet and we will olive oil i of course and rosemary oh yeah forty five minutes nicest on that's that's the way the gulf mangoes now may goes are fine a cup of maine go supplies one hundred percent of vitamin c one third of vitamin.

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"gerd" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on WJR 760

"Gerd warning everybody welcome to thursday jay four of woodward held hostage put in a good way but it does seem like there's more complaining as we were discussing earlier than than in past years or may be under more sensitive through a but one of the things that were watching this morning and i wanted to get your take out it is is watching republicans we saw it with sh the bill schutte yesterday try to walk the fine line between still supporting the president but not supporting his comments his tuesday comments on this and the charlottesville incident dave trout yesterday tried to take more of a tongueincheek approach and he just said you know the president should play more golf and have fewer news conferences and he was ripped mercilessly for it uh but it is interesting to watch people who so lena epstein on fox news yesterday with ted nugent trying to still support the president in this the difficult line for them to walk now without supporting uh with with some sees moral equivalency on the uh with his comments and it's it's it seems arduous for them but this is going to be a political it let's fess for them as we had to election season agreed oh absolutely and then you had to have robbery pub a representative of the republican representative paul mitchell again saying that the president's remarks he said there weren't good people on the side of uh of the white supremacist there just weren't that people on that side down serb bill of their interview with bill shoot a year the attorney general coming under some criticism on our twitter feed about it saying that you know this is not something were you try to walk a fine line or you try to force people read between the lines to to figure out what you're saying it just should should have been an outright condemnation and if you could feel i could pressing uh bill yesterday about that and he he kept you know trying to water down any criticism he might have of of the president and it's going to be difficult for them there's a lot an app these put them in a very very difficult did you russian did you guys see the video of.

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"gerd" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"gerd" Discussed on The Big 98

"A girl remains she made me way crawls dream cross fixtures should be xiaomi mi manning gerd with crazy david boon's the way he loses change in good john wade for her the way sees a ponytail no conflict only in umbrellas in this summer vein she could get the i ever hurricane in gene sure this may be across history she called my face for me a girl crazy the the way she news is changing the iran immediate fail door india laying man i'm so glad did aw.

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