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A highlight from Yearn Finance Introduces veYFI

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03:51 min | Last month

A highlight from Yearn Finance Introduces veYFI

"Welcome to your Ethereum news roundup, here is your latest for Thursday October 19th, 2023. Yearn Finance introduces VE .YFI, Pulled Together V5 goes live, Polygon proposes a protocol council, and Eigenlayer announces a fellowship program. All this and more starts right now. The Give ETH Quadratic funding round is now live. If you'd like to support this podcast, please consider donating by visiting ethdaily .io forward slash give. Yearn Finance, a yield aggregation protocol, introduced VE .YFI, a non -transferable vote escrowed version of its governance token. Users can lock their YFI tokens in exchange for vote escrowed YFI, which allows them to partake in governance, cast votes on vault gauges, and earn DYFI rewards. The locking period for tokens can vary from one week to four years, with more rewards granted to long -term lockers. Users can exit their lock early but will incur a penalty. DYFI is an ERC -20 token that allows holders to redeem YFI at a discounted rate. DYFI serves as a reward mechanism for active users. The rewards are allocated from a yearn buyback initiative executed in 2021. About 1 ,700 YFI tokens have been locked so far. The fifth iteration of the Pull Together Price Savings Protocol is now live on OP mainnet for all users. The upgrade introduces immutability, permissionless vaults, and automatic yield -to -price conversion. Initial pools for wrapped Ether, USDC, and DAI are available, which leverage Aave v3 on OP mainnet as a yield source. Notably, the upgrade eliminates the need for manual price claims, transforming the protocol into a permissionless price savings hyperstructure where anyone can deploy a price vault backed by ERC4626 compatible tokens. It also replaces governance with automation and incentivized auctions. Two initial front -ends, pooltime .app and cabana .fi support the v5 release. Polygon introduced Polygon Improvement Proposal 29, proposing a 13 -member protocol council to oversee upgrades to system smart contracts. The council will manage changes to the PAL migration contract and emission manager contract. Regular changes will require 7 out of 13 signatures, and emergency changes will require 10 out of 13 signatures from the council. Council members include Jordi Beyelina, Murti Gupta, Victor Bunin, Justin Drake, Guantlet, L2B, Zak Imanyan, and Zak XPT. The proposal aims to balance decentralization with efficiency in preparation for the network's transition to Polygon 2 .0. And lastly, Eigenlayer announced a research fellowship where restaking enthusiasts can apply to be one of five fellows in a three -month program. Fellows will have access to the Eigenlayer research team, technical support, a trip to Def Connect, and Eigenlayer co -working spaces. Users who apply before October 27th will be prioritized. In other news, L2B now tracks Scroll Mainnet, Base migrates its testnet from Gourley to Sepuljia, and Avic considers staking diversity for its DAO holdings. This has been a roundup of today's top news stories in Ethereum. You can support this podcast by subscribing and following us on Twitter at ethdaily. Also subscribe to our newsletter at ethdaily .io. Thanks for listening, we'll see you tomorrow.

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Fresh update on "gupta" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:10 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gupta" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"I'm Dr. Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life. Well Cyber Monday event is their biggest sale of the year. Shop limited time deals on laptops like the stylish innovative XPS engineered 13 to do it all on the Intel Evo platform plus save big on ultra sharp sharp monitors and top -ranked accessories it's the perfect time to upgrade any home business or gaming setup powered by Intel Core processors shop now at dell .com slash deals to take advantage of huge savings and free shipping again that's dell .com slash deals Jim Gaffigan here with some more straight talk let's take a moment to appreciate our sweet children loving grandparents and eternal soul mates now let's use them to save money on wireless

A highlight from Yearn Finance Introduces veYFI

Ethereum Daily

03:51 min | Last month

A highlight from Yearn Finance Introduces veYFI

"Welcome to your Ethereum news roundup, here is your latest for Thursday October 19th, 2023. Yearn Finance introduces VE .YFI, Pulled Together V5 goes live, Polygon proposes a protocol council, and Eigenlayer announces a fellowship program. All this and more starts right now. The Give ETH Quadratic funding round is now live. If you'd like to support this podcast, please consider donating by visiting ethdaily .io forward slash give. Yearn Finance, a yield aggregation protocol, introduced VE .YFI, a non -transferable vote escrowed version of its governance token. Users can lock their YFI tokens in exchange for vote escrowed YFI, which allows them to partake in governance, cast votes on vault gauges, and earn DYFI rewards. The locking period for tokens can vary from one week to four years, with more rewards granted to long -term lockers. Users can exit their lock early but will incur a penalty. DYFI is an ERC -20 token that allows holders to redeem YFI at a discounted rate. DYFI serves as a reward mechanism for active users. The rewards are allocated from a yearn buyback initiative executed in 2021. About 1 ,700 YFI tokens have been locked so far. The fifth iteration of the Pull Together Price Savings Protocol is now live on OP mainnet for all users. The upgrade introduces immutability, permissionless vaults, and automatic yield -to -price conversion. Initial pools for wrapped Ether, USDC, and DAI are available, which leverage Aave v3 on OP mainnet as a yield source. Notably, the upgrade eliminates the need for manual price claims, transforming the protocol into a permissionless price savings hyperstructure where anyone can deploy a price vault backed by ERC4626 compatible tokens. It also replaces governance with automation and incentivized auctions. Two initial front -ends, pooltime .app and cabana .fi support the v5 release. Polygon introduced Polygon Improvement Proposal 29, proposing a 13 -member protocol council to oversee upgrades to system smart contracts. The council will manage changes to the PAL migration contract and emission manager contract. Regular changes will require 7 out of 13 signatures, and emergency changes will require 10 out of 13 signatures from the council. Council members include Jordi Beyelina, Murti Gupta, Victor Bunin, Justin Drake, Guantlet, L2B, Zak Imanyan, and Zak XPT. The proposal aims to balance decentralization with efficiency in preparation for the network's transition to Polygon 2 .0. And lastly, Eigenlayer announced a research fellowship where restaking enthusiasts can apply to be one of five fellows in a three -month program. Fellows will have access to the Eigenlayer research team, technical support, a trip to Def Connect, and Eigenlayer co -working spaces. Users who apply before October 27th will be prioritized. In other news, L2B now tracks Scroll Mainnet, Base migrates its testnet from Gourley to Sepuljia, and Avic considers staking diversity for its DAO holdings. This has been a roundup of today's top news stories in Ethereum. You can support this podcast by subscribing and following us on Twitter at ethdaily. Also subscribe to our newsletter at ethdaily .io. Thanks for listening, we'll see you tomorrow.

2021 Jordi Beyelina Thursday October 19Th, 2023 10 Murti Gupta One Week 7 Victor Bunin Zak Imanyan Justin Drake ONE Three -Month 13 -Member Zak Xpt 13 Signatures Tomorrow Def Connect Polygon Today Ethdaily .Io.
Fresh update on "gupta" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:03 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gupta" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"You switch to us. Fisher Investments. Clearly different money management. Investments and securities involve the risk of loss. It's here. The light the world giving machine at the Alderwood mall near the Lego store. With a swipe of a credit card you can donate meals, clothing and more. Now through December 17th. An update on sports. The crack can return from an 04 Canada trip. Bill Swartz has more from our Beacon Fleming Sports Desk. Slow starts and not enough offense. The culprits Seattle's in 0 and 4 hockey journey punctuated with last night's 4 -2 loss to the Montreal Canadiens. Defenseman Vince Dunn had a power play goal but not enough to shake off that Kraken 5 game losing streak. We see how well we can play so maybe look at those and understand how close we are. But being close doesn't cut it, doesn't win you games. It needs to be complete and definitely not even close to that right now. Seattle on home ice Thursday night against the New Jersey Devils. The board of governors meet in Seattle. Commissioner Gary Bettman says expansion is not on the table but great there is interest from several cities. Major league baseball winter meetings in Nashville. The Los Angeles Cardinals general manager says he's quote 100 % sure they're not trading Mike Trout. College football's transfer portal window is open and some 2000 athletes have already entered including Washington State University quarterback Cam Ward. His decision may have been influenced with the Cougars future schedule next year primarily Mountain West opponents. Sports with Schwartz at 10 and 40 after the hour in Northwest News Radio. Northwest News Time 242. A better life with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Chances are if you've watched and any television recently you've seen a commercial for a fib. But do you know what that actually is. well it's short Well for atrial fibrillation and according to the Mayo Clinic it

A highlight from Rams Bounce Back & Bryce Young's Outlook

The MMQB NFL Podcast

01:29 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from Rams Bounce Back & Bryce Young's Outlook

"Hey, can I let you in on a little secret? Ugh, I'm obsessed with the Drop app. Drop makes it so easy to score free gift cards just for doing my everyday shopping at places like Ulta, Sam's Club, and Lyft. So if you're like me and love a good shopping spree, download Drop today and join the secret club of savvy shoppers. And use my code GETDROP999 to get $5. Why are more senior citizens using marijuana? Can football ever be safe? And what's it really like for thousands of migrants traveling the dangerous Darien Gap? Every Sunday night on CNN, The Whole Story with Anderson Cooper takes a deep dive into unique and compelling stories like these. One Whole Story, One Whole Hour featuring journalists like Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Christiane Amanpour, and more. Watch The Whole Story with Anderson Cooper Sunday nights at 8 p .m. Eastern on CNN or listen on the iHeartRadio app. With so many streaming devices out there today, what sets Roku apart? Roku players are made for one thing, to get you the entertainment you want quick and easy. That means a simple home screen with your favorites front and center, channels like iHeartRadio that launch in a snap, and curated selections of TV for when you only sorta know what to watch. Not to mention all the free TV you can stream, including over 300 free live channels on the Roku channel. Find the perfect Roku player for you today at Roku .com.

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Fresh update on "gupta" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:02 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gupta" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Beating out of sync with the lower chambers the ventricles now someone who has a fib might notice episodes of lightheadedness or shortness of breath a new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association that about one in four women may experience a fib after menopause with insomnia and stressful events being significant contributing factors now while it's often not life threatening it can't increase the risk of blood clots and stroke and heart failure so you want to do everything you can to get the best amount of stress in your life and get a good night's sleep. I'm Dr. Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life. Dell's Cyber Monday event is their biggest sale of the year. Shop limited time deals.

A highlight from Trey Lance's NFL Future

The MMQB NFL Podcast

06:29 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from Trey Lance's NFL Future

"Hey this is Paris. I downloaded all my favorite things into my new Roblox experience. It's called Sliving. It's got everything I love. Discovering, shopping, collecting, partying with my friends. Do you slay? Do you live? Do you sliv? You can join me. Join me. Join me. Join. Come sliv it up with me on Friday, August 25th. Get on the dance floor as I spin at the hottest party on Roblox. I can't wait for you to see it. Now you're Sliving. Slivingland on Roblox. Loves it. I'm Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent, and this is Chasing Life. People measure age in all kinds of ways. Most of us start with the number of years, but as I've started to discover on this season of the podcast, that doesn't really tell the whole story. I guess there's no denying that our bodies do go through some changes, but aging is not linear. Listen to Chasing Life on the iHeartRadio app. With so many streaming devices out there today, what sets Roku apart? Roku players are made for one thing, to get you the entertainment you want quick and easy. That means a simple home screen with your favorites front and center, channels like iHeartRadio that launch in a snap, and curated selections of TV for when you only sort of know what to watch. Not to mention all the free TV you can stream, including over 300 free live channels on the Roku channel. Find the perfect Roku player for you today at roku .com. Happy streaming! Welcome to the MMQB podcast. I am Matt Verteram, joined by Gilberto Manzano here. It is Thursday, August 24th, and that means we only have one week of preseason football up. We're all thankful for that. Gil, have you finished up your training camp tour? Are you done now, or you still got a few more you gotta hit? Yeah, no, I'm done, and when you said the date, Matt, I actually forgot what date it is today, so that tells me we're two weeks away from the real football season, so I am done with training camp. I don't know about you, Matt, but after like the fifth or sixth stop, I was over it. I saw enough, you know, kind of somewhat real football. I did check out a couple scrimmages, which felt like a little bit of real football, but before that I was like, I'm over the traveling. Let's just get to the Chiefs and the Lions for that. There's a night opener. Yeah, man, I went to eight camps. I saw nine teams because the Lions and the Giants had joined practice when I was up in Allen Park. The day that I woke up in Kansas City, I actually didn't know what city I was in when I woke up. I had like a two -second, I don't know if panic's the same. So, I'm done. I finished on Tuesday. I went up to Green Bay for the last one, which was kind of more of an add -on at the end. I had gone up there for OTAs to do a feature on Jordan Love, and I wanted to go back up there and visit with Matt Lafleur, and it was worth the six -hour round trip. It was a long, long bit of traveling one day, but we made it happen. How many camps did you get to over the course of the summer? I got to, I want to say eight, and I had like you with the extra one with the Saints. The Saints came to Southern California for joint scrimmage with the Chargers, so technically nine teams, but the way I think I did it was, I think it was five states. I drove to Las Vegas and Arizona, and then I flew to San Jose, Seattle, and Denver, and going from Seattle to Denver, that's the one I felt. But yeah, man, I primarily got the West Coast teams. I got, you know, eight teams. The ones that were easy was the ones in my backyard in LA, the Cowboys, the Chargers, and the Rams, but you know, after the, I got on the plane. You know, at one point I started thinking, I don't know how you did it, Matt, because you were driving everything. Me driving to Las Vegas and Arizona, that was too much. I couldn't do any more car rides after that. Yeah, I didn't fly for any of them. I'm based outside of Chicago. You're based in Los Angeles, so you, your teams are more sprawling for you. I mean, you're not driving to Seattle from LA. For me, the longest drive I had was Kansas City, which was like six and a half hours each way. So I did, I did make that happen. But luckily, like Chicago to Indy's not bad. Indy to Cincinnati's a couple hours. You know, it wasn't, wasn't too bad. Look, we're going to get into Trey Lance. We're going to get into, there was an injury at Broncos camp earlier today before us recording with Jerry Jeudy, with what appears to be a hamstring injury. We'll talk about that a little bit. But I, I want to ask you, so the eight teams you saw, or the eight practices you was the most impressive? And was there a team that stood out to you, either good or bad, that you were kind of surprised by? Yeah, it's a tough question, man, because I was thinking that because I got, I got a good balance of really bad teams from Arizona. I saw our guy, Connor Orr, had him at one and 16 for the, for his win -loss record, a story that came out today. So they, they, they looked like they're going to be really bad. And it was tough for me to figure out who's who on that roster. So I got that. And then I got all the really good teams, like the 49ers, you know, I'm high on the Seahawks, you know, that from our doing our, our midsummer prediction, by the way, that was tough. We had to pick our Super Bowl teams in what, like April or May we're going to do it again. And I'm so happy about that, but the Seahawks look good. I like the Cowboys a lot, but every year it's the same thing. Like they get far and they don't get past the second round. So I can't commit to them. Same thing with the Chargers. They just don't go far. Like they're really hyped to have a lot of good players. So I keep going back to the 49ers because they've shown to me to at least get to the Super Bowl, or at least make it to the NFC title game. And then Brock Purdie being healthy. That to me was all I needed to see to say, you know what? I like the Seahawks, but I'm going to leave that bandwagon and go to the 49ers. Do you believe in Purdie? I mean, look, obviously you believe in him enough that you're, you're, you're high in the Niners, but you know, they'll roll with Purdie, which we knew they would, if he was healthy. Lance is the third string guy. And I know you wrote a piece on trail, Lance, we can get to him in a little bit here. The roster's stacked. I don't think anybody questions that. I mean, they have all pros literally in almost every single meeting room. They, they, they have guys everywhere. They have a very good head coach in Kyle Shanahan, but they've been a team that they haven't found their quarterback or at least they haven't proven to have found their quarterback yet. They went to Jimmy Garoppolo. Garoppolo, of course, now with the Raiders, who you saw as well during your tour.

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Fresh update on "gupta" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:11 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gupta" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"A Better Life with Dr. Samjay Gupta. You know I was reading something the other day about how social media has made us all worse tourists. Vacations used to be all about unplugging taking a break from all of our connections, being off the grid, soaking in a different country's cultures. Nowadays far too many people are overly concerned with scoring that perfect picture to post on Instagram. I've seen this as well my own family traveling with my girls, people who miss some really incredible things because they are busy looking at their phones. Now it's important to realize that a lot of places we're lucky enough to visit have different customs than ours. Very different than here in the United States. Many of them are stricter. So do your research to educate yourself on what's acceptable versus what is not and after you snap the one or two photos you want to remember your trip, just go ahead and put the phone away. The brain actually serves to remember things quite well. I'm Dr. Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life. Dell's Cyber Monday at Dell .com. Thank you for watching. I'll see you next time. Thanks for watching. Dell, on the Intel Evo platform. Plus, save big on ultra sharp monitors and top brand accessories. It's the perfect time to upgrade any home, business or gaming setup powered by Intel Core processors. Shop now at Dell .com slash deals to take advantage of huge savings and free shipping. Again, that's Dell dot com slash deals. Jim Daffigan here with some more straight talk. Let's take a moment to appreciate our sweet children, loving grandparents and eternal soul mates. Now let's use them to save money on wireless, because with the spray talk silver plan, you get four lines for just $25 a month with unlimited data and no contract. So add those human pawns. I mean, loved ones and save money. Thanks, kids are finally worth it. Straight talk wireless available at Walmart. Get four lines on silver unlimited for $25 per line per month plus taxes

A highlight from Predicting Every Game of the 2023 NFL Season

The MMQB NFL Podcast

09:09 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from Predicting Every Game of the 2023 NFL Season

"I'm Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent, and this is Chasing Life. People measure age in all kinds of ways. Most of us start with the number of years. But as I've started to discover on this season of the podcast, that doesn't really tell the whole story. I guess there's no denying that our bodies do go through some changes. But aging is not linear. Listen to Chasing Life on the iHeartRadio app. Xfinity Flex is pulling out all the stops to give you free premium entertainment every week, no strings attached. Catch up on all the hits from AMC +, like Mayfair Witches. Introduce your kiddos to a world of science and technology on Hofstra. Channel your inner hunter -gatherer with Maneater from MyOutdoorTV, while having a ball this National Dog Day with Dog TV's The Dog Moms, and dance to iHeartRadio's Songs of the Summer playlist. Try a little bit of everything every week. Say free this week into your Xfinity voice remote. Hello, and welcome to the MMQV NFL podcast. I'm Connor O 'Rourke. We've got Mitch Golding here for what is undoubtedly my favorite day of the year, and that is relaying the results of me picking all 272 games on the NFL calendar. I have Mitch here because he is the editor that actually has to fact check the most ridiculous thing on our content calendar. I don't think it's even close. And also to do all of the tiebreakers. So I should ask you first, Mitch, how are you feeling about all of this? I'm great. I love the NFL tiebreakers. This is me in my element. I wish I could just spend my entire year doing nothing but NFL tiebreakers. I think I'd be very good at the, you know, the basically Steve Kornacki after one of the recent election cycles, they just started letting him do it on Sunday Night Football. He comes on the pregame show and the halftime show. I could do that job. Now, I love Steve Kornacki, and so I'm not trying I'm not coming for his job and I'm not trying to say that he is bad at his job, but I think that's like a role for me that I could easily handle. Just put me on there talking about tiebreakers. Oh, I love it. But Connor, I have to ask you, is this really one of your favorite days of the year? Because that's a classic thing that you say now. Let's go behind the curtain. We are taping on Wednesday and this will be revealed Thursday. I know you. You will be a ball of stress. You will be getting requests for radio shows in cities where you said their team is going to go 5 and 12. You're going to have fans yelling at you. I think you're going to be a little bit stressed tomorrow. So just try to remember right now this feeling of how happy you claim to be and try to just keep that in mind tomorrow when when people start slinging their arrows at you. You're right, Mitch. I think that the day when, you know, all radio stations want to have you on to either praise your pick or be skeptical of your pick or fight your pick. I famously got into sort of a verbal fisticuffs with a Cincinnati radio host before the year that they went to the Super Bowl. I had them projected for four wins. And I think I said over and over on the air, find me more than four wins on that schedule. I think Joe Burrow did that and then some. He got him. And but since then, you know, come full circle and everybody in the playoffs alone, which is why if you're a loyal listener to the podcast, you know, I became a Bengals fan. So it's all good. It all. Yeah. Oh, we buried the lead. Connor, how was your first week as a Bengals fan? It was great. Although if anyone listened to the podcast last week, I was between the Bengals and the Ravens. And so my wife and I watched the Ravens commanders preseason game where the streak was broken. And I got I got kind of emotional. I mean, you can read what I wrote about it and but I thought this was a very big thing. And I was very standing on the table ish for John Harbaugh and the Ravens in that moment. But I had to get that out of the back of my head. They're division rivals. And just because I almost picked them doesn't mean that I can't root against them. And so full steam ahead. We're just waiting for news on Joe Burrow like everybody else. Mitch. Yeah, it's interesting. Now everything we read of yours will be through the lens of is he being a biased fan here or is he being objective? And I don't know. I don't know. We'll find out. At least now your biases are out in the open for for all to know. I think it's going to be a fun bit to just fully jump from. I just picked this team yesterday to where have you been? I'm a dyed in the wool Bengals fan. I love Skyline Chili. Have you ever had Skyline Chili? I have. I like Skyline Chili. I know it's controversial. I like it. I'm I'm I'm a supporter. What's your like what's your workup? Do you do the whole thing? I don't. I think so. So I have not had it in a long time. So I couldn't tell you the details, but I well, let me try to remember. I think it's like five ways. I like all this, all the stuff on it. It's possible that it has gotten more ridiculous since I've been there and they're putting on like absolutely crazy numbers of toppings just for Instagram or whatever. But last I remember it was the the spaghetti, the chili, the cheese, the onions. There might have been a fifth one. The sort of I feel like I went there for the first time, right before sort of it became a thing on the Internet that people liked to complain about or argue about or say was disgusting or whatever. And so I don't know, there may have been changes in the years since, but but whatever the classic like as of the year 2010 way is the way that I've had it with with all the stuff available to me in that time. Nice. I yacked in a Skyline bathroom once because I just couldn't. The mountains of cheese. I don't like cheese, but I had a friend order it for me. And so I think if I had to do it again, I would do the spaghetti, the chili and the onions and maybe that would be something I could maybe that be something I could stomach and walk away from. I'm not going to disparage Skyline chili because my roommate used to make a really good Skyline chili dip in college. So I think if I could bring that back somehow, I'm pro Skyline. There's nothing quite like it anyway. So no, no, no, no. Don't anyway. Me. I have more Skyline chili takes. Let me give you a pro podcast is brought to you by Skyline. By the way, I have had, I have been to a Skyline chili establishment and I have had it there in the restaurant. I also, I have been to one Cincinnati reds game at, I think it was called great American ballpark at the time and it has some other new stupid corporate name now, but I ordered it at the reds game and you know, at the restaurant it comes on a plate and you're right. It's piled high with all that cheese. At the baseball game, it came in like a plastic Tupperware kind of situation with a lid and they closed the lid so that you could walk with it to your seat and that process of closing the lid. It got so hot in there that all of the cheese melted and it was excellent that cause you're right. It's the, the cheese restaurant. It's like straight out of the bag, just like the, you know, cold shredded cheese where it's the little pieces, but, but uh, in the Tupperware melted all this hot gooey cheese all over everything else I thought was a, it was a great way to enjoy it. So I have no idea if it still comes like that. This could all be different. I think that was back in maybe 2007 so we're, we're talking about a long time ago, uh, me remembering this chili that I had, uh, but loved it at the ballpark with the melted cheese. It's still great American ballpark by the way. Oh, interesting. Which is a, which so great American is an insurance company. Uh, so it is a company name, however, it's just called the great, like if you called it the great American ballpark, I feel like that's solid. Um, that's going to go down a, uh, that's going to go down a rabbit hole, but all right, I'm glad we landed there at skyline chili. Obviously as big of a bangles fan as I am, I'm going to need to learn to stomach that. I'm going to find the way that I like it. If anybody listens to this podcast and lives in Cincinnati and wants to tell me how to enjoy without skyline cheese, please leave your rating in a review and your ideal skyline markup because then that way I can, uh, I can try to duplicate it when I'm out there trying to get some season tickets and uh, you know, did you hear from any bangles fans this week? I did. Um, I got, I got welcomed with open arms. I'm, I'm pretty excited about it. I do feel like this is the right time to get in. I feel like the super bowl year would have been a little rough.

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Fresh "Gupta" from Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:00 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "Gupta" from Stephanie Miller

"39 degrees. Then on Thursday, sunny and high of 51. That's your latest Chicago weather update. Currently it's 35 tune into driving it home with paddy Vasquez on W. C. P. T. 8 20 a .m. President Obama was able to maintain our safety in the face of the possible spread of Ebola. And in contrast, Fox News went on there and said masks don't work. The vaccine is going to kill you. And then they had talking heads saying it's OK. Our elderly want to die anyway. They are willing to sacrifice themselves for us keeping our economy open. Can't I can't with the anger, the hostility, spreading misinformation. Tune into driving it home with paddy weekdays Vasquez from 5 to 7 p .m. on W. C. P. T. 8 20 a .m. Two years ago, the bipartisan infrastructure law was passed by Congress and signed into law. It was a once in a generation investment in America's infrastructure that strengthen the American economy and our global competitiveness while lowering costs for middle class families across the country. The law is rebuilding America's roads, railways and bridges. It's created good paying, clean energy jobs that boost middle class families and support domestic manufacturing. And it's tackling the climate crisis by protecting us from future natural disasters, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and expanding access to clean drinking water. But more must be done to combat the climate crisis so we build and gas emissions. Please call your representative in Congress at 202 224 3121. That's 202 -224 -3121 and tell them to keep investing in a clean energy future that fights climate change. A Better Life with Dr. Samjay Gupta. You know I was reading something the other day about how social media has made us all worse tourists. Vacations used to be all

In Chicago, adapting electric buses to winter’s challenges

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

In Chicago, adapting electric buses to winter’s challenges

"A global race to boost electric vehicle range in cold weather is on. Many electric vehicle batteries lose power when it's very cold. It's something that's long been known by engineers, but thousands of EV car owners are confronting the issue now. Testing show popular models can lose roughly ten to 36% of their advertised range in temperatures below 20°. University of Michigan engineering professor Neil des Gupta. There's really a global race for increasing the performance of these batteries. Engineers say solutions are coming in the next few years. With GM. This is something that we find as extremely important for our customers that oftentimes struggle in cold weather. I'm Julie Walker.

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"gupta" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"gupta" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"That's really fascinating. Okay. And then if you wanted something else, let's say you wanted a video testimonial afterwards. If people have already given you a text testimonial. Now, when they enter, do they have to type it in if they say something about the features, like if you as a business want to collect video testimonials, then they can click and it will open a video testimonial link. But if you want the text test simulators just like within the chat itself, you can just type. And then we have the ability to let them also post it on Google or Yelp or because they have their links there. And we automatically copy whatever they have written. So once you click open Google, you just click paste in the reviews paste it. Oh, I'm so glad that we talked about this at the end because I didn't realize you were doing that. That is if people haven't tried to do this, particularly if you're a local business. Or a direct to consumer product business. This is an important I don't even know what I would call it. It's not the gas. Gasoline, but it might be the oil that makes everything work. We've used it and they were very difficult to collect. There's all these tools out there, which are very hard to use. So you must be very familiar with this, but I've been down this road before with the consumer product. And that is a significant pain point. So if you're doing that as well as an integrated program, it seems like that would be a really big hit. Yeah, and we're able to call it four to 5 times more reviews than any other platform. So the ROI is right there. Yeah, it's super. Okay, well that's great. All right, so Robbie Gupta, this has been amazing. How can people learn more about evil bot? Are you ready for a new customers? Somebody who's listening here, if they're excited about this. And they say jeez, I want to use this today. Can they just sign up and start using it? Or are you still closed in terms of how people access it? No, no. So this is the way we want to grow is product led growth. So if you want to start small, you can just pick the basic plan or the premium plan. But if you want more features like data collection and stuff, then you can go for pro and enterprise. Just go to Eva bot dot com, click on pricing. You'll be able to see all the features and everything. But there is absolutely no need to talk to sales if you don't want to. Yeah, perfect. Perfect. It isn't that the best type of company for everybody. Some of my best Friends are salespeople. I have to say. But everyone loves product lead sales because it just makes everything easier. Robert Gupta, this has been amazing. Hey folks, I hope you learned a lot today. This is a great use case of conversational AI technology. I love it as we talk about the hype curve, sometimes we talk about the gardener hype curve, where you've got the peak of inflated expectations and the trough of disillusionment. Then it's followed by the plateau of productivity, I think, is the next stage. And that's when all of these use cases, which seem like niches, but they're really big niches, 'cause it's like 250 billion, $500 billion market, whatever it is. I come up, and so I think this is really a pretty amazing, I'm really glad that we got a chance to talk about this. Congratulations on your success. And everybody, if you have any questions or comments about the conversations today, go to Twitter, appreciate you can find me there. And listen, we've got another episode next week. Check out the ten minutes on video series that we're doing right now. That's been hugely popular. One topic, ten minutes, an expert. That's on The Voice by YouTube channel. So I hope to see you there as well. Robbie, thank you so much for your time today. Thank you, Brett. I really enjoyed this conversation..

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"gupta" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"gupta" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"This is episode two 73 of The Voice pop podcast. My guest today is Robbie Gupta, CEO of Eva bot. We talk about a new chatbot solution for gift giving. Hello there, voiced by nation, my name is Brett Quincy, and I'm the host of The Voice pot podcast. Each week for over 5 years, we've brought you conversations with the designers, the engineers, the entrepreneurs, the innovators, all shaping the conversational AI market. And today, I'm happy to bring you an interview about a clever application of a chatbot for corporate gift giving. I did not know this, but giving gifts to customers, employees, business partners. It's a $250 billion industry. You've all received at one time or another, a logo T-shirt, a backpack, a pen, a mug, typically these gifts are not well aligned with what the receiver can actually use. How often have you been able to use this? A T-shirt okay, but a lot of these other things they wind up in the trash. Even if we wanted to give personalized gifts though, we often don't know enough about our business colleagues to find the right basket of items for them. And that's where Eva bot comes in. Now, before we get to my interview with Robbie, I want to let everyone know the Cynthia conference was a big success. Now, the focus of the Cynthia conference was synthetic media, and that includes many technologies that have been showcased repeatedly on this podcast, virtual humans, voice clones, deepfakes, even NLU, AI powered text and image generators, there's a lot of overlap with the conversational AI industry, so we put together over three hours of programming during the online video conference. This market is growing quickly, and the innovations that were demonstrated were really fun to see..

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Sanjay Gupta Gives Political, Not Medical, Answer Over Masks

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Sanjay Gupta Gives Political, Not Medical, Answer Over Masks

"You know Sanjay Gupta over at CNN chief medical correspondent Discuss the ruling of the federal judge in Florida which resulted in several airlines in Amtrak lifting their mask mandates for travelers basically immediately Listen to part of what he had to say Do you think it's safe to go maskless on a plane now I love the fear Do you think it's safe to go maskless on an airplane now We've been going maskless everywhere else Joe I mean the reality is everybody's walking around without masks Well this is a tough call because this was a legal decision That's not what she asked you She didn't ask if this was a legal decision She asked you do you think it's safe Doctor Gupta right These are the people that told us we're going to follow the science Then all of a sudden he won't answer basic scientific medical question because now he wants to go back in the politics Do you think it's safe to go maskless on a plane now Simple question doctor San Diego to do you think it's safe Well it's complex now with politics involved that she's asking as a doctor yo you're not asking you as a congressman Well this is a tough call because this was a legal decision Caitlin We could put up the list of airlines So okay so it's illegal decision All right so you can't come out and say that it's unsafe So you're now going to try to muddy the waters as a doctor saying this is illegal decision and not answer the medical question Because the medical question was do you think it's safe And I have a feeling that doctor Gupta was going to answer that honestly but he knew it wouldn't be popular with everybody over at CNN

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Is Joe Rogan Appeasing the Mob or Playing the Long Game?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Is Joe Rogan Appeasing the Mob or Playing the Long Game?

"Of Joe Rogan commenting on this. And I listened to the whole 9 and a half minutes so I can help build it out. Let's play tape. The podcast has been accused of spreading dangerous misinformation. Specifically about two episodes, a little bit about some other ones, but specifically about two. One with doctor Peter McCullough and one with doctor Robert Malone. Both these people are very highly credentialed, very intelligent, very accomplished people and they have an opinion that's different from the mainstream narrative. I wanted to hear what their opinion is. And so he then talks about how doctor Malone and doctor McCulloch came on his program. And then he says, well, next time I need to try to have a countering voice to doctor Malone and doctor McCullough. And I totally disagree with Joe Rogan there. The whole point of your show is not to try to have the consensus voice. Do you need to have the anti alien voice on if you also have the alien voice on? Do you need to have like the anti psychedelic mushroom person if you have the pro psychedelic mushroom person, the whole point Joe is that your show is usually an incubator for heterodox ideas. And look, I do think it's important to have for Joe's purposes every once in a while. You know, that goon that calls himself a doctor, doctor Sanjay Gupta, who's an idiot. He's a total idiot. He has this whole like COVID World War three or whatever his name. Stupid thing. While they call Ivermectin a horse dewormer and Japanese phase three trials are saying that Ivermectin actually helps in antiviral replication and can help against the spread of the virus. History will show that we were on the right side of this. But I just I think Joe is hedging a little bit too much. Now, the people are speculating, why is Joe Rogan doing this? Why is he going towards the middle and all this? Some people said it's just because of the money. That could be true. It could be his $100 million sweetheart deal might be incentivizing him to back down because here's what I do know. That selfie video that Joe Rogan made is not the same sort of fighting spirit we've seen out of Joe Rogan in the last couple months. I will agree with that. Now, I say that he's retreating and all that. Here's the thing. Joe Rogan might just be saying that in the next thing you know he might just have doctor Pierre corian. You never know. It's an unexpected thing. So I think it's wrong to just kind of mischaracterize him. But I think that Joe Rogan probably, this is probably fair. Has got himself into a fight that I don't think he quite wanted.

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"gupta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg television Here's manner cranny and he conduct Gupta is the directive research wisdom tree Everybody's trying to understand whether we move from pandemic to endemic and I think that that for everybody will dictate where we go in terms of growth in terms of factors And there's a couple of things that we need to grapple with earnings Earnings are always challenged if you have a higher ten year rate duration is challenged Equities with duration exposure are challenged But when you look at the earnings outlook the earnings outlook has dipped negative for the first time since 2020 Does that chime for you Are you worried about earnings with this kind of tracker in our midst That's going to be the underscoring factor of whether we are going to see this rotation actually a state as it is If you look back on the earnings trajectory going forward for Q four 2021 it's value sectors that are have the highest opportunity So we're looking at energy industrials and utilities actually having the best outlook for 2022 in comparison to the tech stocks have been quite badly penalized in the earnings season so far So that's also leading to that tell of that we're seeing where tech is at the epicenter Here more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take.

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Dr. Sanjay Gupta Agrees COVID Hospitalization Data Was Misleading

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Sanjay Gupta Agrees COVID Hospitalization Data Was Misleading

"But the point is that this was not a nationwide systemic thing that was happening at the same time and the healthcare system was really never in any danger of collapsing as they said it would But they needed that out there so you'd continue to give up your freedoms because the best way to get people to walk into an ideological prison is to scare them into believing that what's outside the prison is even more dangerous Here's CNN Finally waking up on the misleading COVID numbers here Check this out The hospitals are still stretched in because of this So I'm not trying to take away from that But if 40% in some hospitals 40% of the people who have COVID don't necessarily have problematic COVID they're there because they got in a car accident They're there because they bump their head And they're being included as in the hospital with COVID that number seems kind of misleading Yeah I agree Jake It surprises me that they have not been able to parse out that data more carefully I think the data that doctor alinsky's quoting is from New York State and we've been following that data as well and I can show you what we've seen as sort of tracks with what she said But out of all the patients that are in the hospital about 57% these are COVID patients admitted because of or complications from COVID 43% admitted for other reasons and then diagnosed with COVID Folks that's a huge deal And Sanjay Gupta says something that's not accurate He's like oh I'm stunned that they haven't been able to parse it No they have been able to parse out the data You just gave the data 43% of people are there not because of COVID They're there with COVID They're there for other reasons in the hospital They have been able to parse it out But do you see by Gupta saying that what he does is he gives him a pass Oh Jim it was just a technical matter They had a glitch in the spreadsheet right That's not what happened

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"gupta" Discussed on Advertising Is Dead

Advertising Is Dead

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Advertising Is Dead

"Spent a lot of time on building skilling now solutions for under be boosting. There's one in dili wanted coaching division. If created a model off upskilling people in orphanages in one case and also people in slums there we create something of unique daily slot Do be bringing kids. Who are moving down at the burger Free draining reloading for the year. Course these things. I schedule business. And then in the end be give them a complete kit to start their own business. So what comes out of that is like for example. I remember last two and be do this over. That stopped last year last wanting just before. The movie was the night. Beer b-b-bend bender by gordon. Also even further and opinion came to be. That was my daughters. This cost view early and do both them get back at it now. I did not really doubt because there are anecdotes. That as that is doubt. Go back to judge. Because that is but what i'm saying i will be able to make a difference and you're doing that for more than a thousand such people every year so it is a small but for global standard even indian standard but a small bit to giving back to society. That's what them independence the independence. I feel this is one of the best things over from what you're saying is that you know if if you're still Between systems that function without exception all the species but he's losing independent now gives them the ability to say northward because the ability to almost make their life on their own terms. So that that's fabulous. What you're doing there. The i believe that this model of giving money to people is wrong spending when need to make them employable is more futures and i think that is very focused would be that instead of giving money but you gotta give gifts and donations and things like that. I believe personally. At people's level government level the focus should be used to make them in blaming not giving them good easily. That anything that you've read listen to or watch Recommend a distinction. Why language very distinct so one is we have the udub book. Read again the five dysfunctions. Let's see you until you wipe dysfunction of the and five editions of books by the same author so five dysfunctions of a deep and Five ambitions of see how they like and things you do. Because you've got saints so it's a very interesting -nology at all it's more like fable. It's like a story but you've got a lot of sites even in the very jewish as a leader at a non not see how rally people around you. How do you keep people motivated so a lot of reading on how you get. Make a difference being invisible. That's a lot of readings but articles multiple research papers. I'm reading on. That's where keeping these books together again. I be also but that was a good and my final question which is generally a spinoff on after names. The podcast itself is that. Why do you feel this hybrid. Form of learning will not die as in. Why do feel it's here to stay and by will we not go back to four sitting. Okay i think the origin of mankind women have to be fair enough. Human guy was busy on that. Humans are social events. Okay so you like a combination of your own dime if you've got it or did you want your social bats. That's relationships that's true in life illegal. Change that i think so. You need a combination of both some. Maybe less some may become more. Thank you so much because thing. Thank you for taking the time. It's been a fabulous conversation and tons of inside sierra and looking forward to what you're doing to evolve we learn and and look for to see how that happens but tanks really really really appreciate your diet. If you like the sparkassen you're listening. More protests like this davenport cast website or app. Get custom and look at all for you. Make some really fun stuff. There finance products and services that can enhance your personal finance expedience. Are you looking for space to talk about your financial. Also looking for a talk show where the competition is. All about money also and skill. Hi my name. Is luka gupta. And i post the podcast and i invite you for the conversation about your personal finance or each monday on the buckets app at other website or any orcas street battles. You folks davis's site is. I'm part of the annulment cancelled belcher program to remove rubbish of all the different streams available. So what we have is all the collected rubbish. We get on our show is called. Ciders says it's an ibm podcast. You have to watch it and this indeed. It's on our happens on our website. It's on the youtube channel. It's on facebook limited as well. Let me ask you find out. We don't come different personalities. Many of them are just people who need downstairs portray but the point is it's fun and it's very very poopie. Join in and listen to cyrus says..

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"gupta" Discussed on Advertising Is Dead

Advertising Is Dead

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Advertising Is Dead

"Could you ecosystem live. Can i really going to get a government of who those for exam if tomorrow the insist. We will approve disabling to get an ordinary. Whatever but in qualities everybody is thinking because dot so that's second jeopardy's within industry evolution happens disruption happens outside this it is in the same guy who wasn't created because they in order to have to keep on evolving been scott keeping the bills and boom the business. It's a disruptor who have nothing to lose. I've nothing to lose and goodness okay. That's what what the biggest disruption in education three you need to be so freak on three relearning is a because this option. Now how you beat something just through okay. So now for us that challenge. Moore's liking the music industry by this. If you'd give janet for us the big johnny or does it up in a way. Let's let's not make money from the album. That will be downloaded. Shows that they get paid for people come and bay for show not for my god our meal for my bathroom so that the whole industry and they were saying the band on this free or the on my hardest free because the booby model that google does not charge you for their biggest. Ib not judge so can be in a flea to create a model. Very giveaway of hot hot over. I be charged for the services. It's gonna create. A bigger assessment can agreed a path for you. Content is available on flat bed availability. But if you want a dynamic learning expediate to be this mortal butts maybe not the same amount as paying for a whole book but your users may be one hundred four one becomes market so you have to find on settling god nothing. God this business will how a five year plan and huggy dog about doing the quarterly. Black did not even do yearly black. Because we don't know what's happening now so true so all of this. You're seeing happening. It's happening all industries so you see some businesses Somewhat flourishing learning some models will be a really obsolete some attack hybrid guides. So you can see all of them having of it but in the end this model how a global audience wanting back and that's what people need to understand this. Yes that would be a market for it. Both if i dog on the publisher that monica boost molin relevant for. But then it'd be. It'd be a market for hybrid bibi. That's the biggest sweet spot for me. Bill i made not not fight a big giant on our website but just giving it everything free i way sweet spot so everybody needs to find their sweet spots and if you got that's a big market someone said the other day that To find your pond in the middle of the ocean and caused opponents still have enough value as a business that you don't have to go looking for the ocean but even say i will do this analogy and my little rock nursing called wanting most times. I feel that as you go more customized in many ways you putting the owners on the person who's taking this as a service and so now if i was a student google. You had a very like straightforward. Let you choose with school versus a few things. Then you would choose. Honestly like was going up. They were just like going gonna win engineer. We're wanna be a doctor. Are you going to be luca. Must be beef. You didn't do do arts. Choices were limited to that etc now as you go towards this was late stackable format. The onus is on me to choose how. I want to customized for myself and what i have noticed that a lot of people in the bracket someone who's sixteen seventeen was saying. Oh maybe i just want to be a quantum to move. I shouldn't go degree an appearance on a to do this. But i don't know how else should make this choice and i see that question coming up a lot because there are people who are confused as to what their choice should be fair on ernest basis. What you're seeing. What role must be the batum. We just to which someone should make those choices in terms of ideas on how you build your own free. Look for your education. That sense okay. Let me put it this role where everything is not changing the same bis time. If bindi percent the jobs are still a degree then if you are one of the ninety percent the process in person jobs luggage in phase one simple example degrees. Not a burden but odd. You the best him that so that you don't need to so i go by the logic. It doesn't matter what you choose but you have to be one of the best in that at least on my reality his. I know i know this really. It is not about the hawks. I think i i noticed quite well. I really hard so it. Is that your specialization. Not comedy if you really want. I want to do a normal job. Fair is to live shots and many people back to ah process which is not reprocess. Oh that's wonderful talk about technology of the san neighboring do forms on this. What do i want to study. i can use to give up career path. Logic based on these are the areas that let's create an assessment structure. What can be good for me from jobs of tomorrow and jobs which may come in the future and today and for that the skill sinologist i need and if i can combine them together i can be fit enough. You can always revisit. This will be two months or six months liberty and change by go gopher different so i have learned this. I've that's logically. People should sponsor lights off the technology and but she also as you. I'm your learning you're trying to do and you are going to stop number wrong feinstein's inactive normal system it'll be also you don't know this topic. Let's you'll be having a college you don't stop and you are given a system. Gave.

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"gupta" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Gupta Nater, as I call him. The Gupta near actually asked Dr Fauci. What about people like Chris Crocker, who have natural immunity? Why should Chris Crock? What proof do you have? And he says there was a study in Israeli study That said that folks like Chris, who have natural immunity have 13 times. The antibodies than those who are vaccinated. And you do not want to miss File cheese response. Hint. You're gonna like it seriously, that is next. Plus the latest fake news CNN poll on Biden. It ain't good. Coming up on the Monday morning news that W B A P. We react to the weekend in college football and more reaction to the president's mandates. When it comes to vaccines, starting to see some pushback will tell you from who starting at five o'clock Monday morning when Nicolo Saves News, Brad Barton's forecast. Steve Language Sports Monte Cook with traffic on the ones Jalan Brian Monday morning News right here on W B. Hi. It's Jonathan Cotton with a good feed store and I've shared before how I love an organization called Taps Tragedy Assistance Program for survivors. Recently, we invited some taps. Family members who had lost military loved one. To have dinner with us. As we listen to their stories, I was reminded again and how the loss of a military loved one is such a devastating experience. Not only is the loved one gone, but often they lose their military community and sometimes an entire lifestyle. My heart was sad over their grief. Yet my spirit was inspired by their courage. Then, to top it off. I was amazed at their graciousness as they thank us..

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"gupta" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Yeah you know there are a lot of researchers looking at you know potential genetic markers and can we. Can we find something because we do know. Obviously all disease is genetic plus environment right. There's there's both aspects but genetics haven't changed much and yet you know. It takes a lot longer for genetics to get your genes to chain versus the environment and so we saw this rapid right so but there must be some genetic disposition and then what is the environmental trigger at turns it on right. so what is your genetic predisposition. And then what can you do to keep that switch off what what potential environmental thing in in combined with your genetic predisposition to turn it on so There are some researchers that have now linked to some genetic potential markers again early early work you know and and things are starting to come out. But we don't have a conclusive. this is it. This is the gene But again i think in the next years we're going to get one nation is especially if this I think there's enough evidence of this that if you condition child hurry with small amounts Of a possible food product. That he or she might have a problem with small amounts and you can condition the child to sort of build up the taller stewart. Save that is possible and some sort of a diagnostic early. Then you know you sort of sort of proactively early right I guess started in that arena The work So you call it finding food freedom. I whine empower. Pleat management prevent and try So clete manage and prevent obviously Preventing is the best and so so. What am sort of the preventative things that people can think of. Yeah i ain't a in that early steph. Prevention happens early so you know when your child. It's it's funny because you know my my daughter was born when the recommendation to introduce at three and when that study came out the new york times i think did an interview and said dr gupta slapping yourself on the rest for not introducing earlier. So it's interesting..

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"gupta" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"See asthma and allergies so this one i i remember. It was on npr. This scientists had terrible allergies. Could not breathe properly you know. In the spring summer fall in went and heard about this and went somewhere and an purposely got acidic worms. You know walked around barefoot and an area and got the worms and came back and the next year was three of all symptoms and so then started studying us scientifically but unfortunately as they've been studying it has not proven to to be yet they haven't proven it. You know it. Does this work and does it work for everyone. Or is there a sub population that i don't know but to your point you know. Can we keep them younes system busy and that's why we say now. Babies are young. Children should play outside to play in the dirt yet. The microbiome around you. It's okay get viruses. You know all of this is activating your immune system and getting it rubbed up. And then the other point that was treatments you know we. We haven't talked about treatments but some of the treatments that are coming the one there's one. Fda approved treatment. it's It's a peanut oh. It oral immunotherapy. So it's like eating little bits of peanut and selling you increase the amount. So you're you're not cured but your body can tolerate up to a certain amount. And then you keep that in your diet everyday to make sure your immune system continues to recognize it but the other ones to your immune. Pathway question are biologics and they can break that chain that cascade you know so they stopped certain certain points in the system. Where once locked in that cascade doesn't continue so people are making biologics and taichi ease to to hopefully stop that halfway from happening as a treatment and hopefully they're all in clinical trials. Now so i think in the next five or ten years we're going to have a lot of choices for treatments. You was negative. Coronation rightous and entities in the inaugurals. Now what's your on that again. Just thinking what autoimmune diseases and again if if if autoimmune diseases are functional overacting immune system the immune system something to do maybe these states lower cancel is also interesting. Question could look at the population rate food allergies and cancer. Data's sorta coalition while. Yeah now that's an. We do have a chapter in the book on autoimmune disease. Unfortunately there's just not a lot of research in that space but a lot of people have hypothesized. Exactly what you're saying is all of this. You know somewhat related not that everyone has to have everything but is there. A higher percentage who also have other conditions so gather research is relatively young in this space. I started in seventeen years ago and there was almost nothing and now it's growing really rapidly in of researchers coming in so i think i think we're going to get more and more data in the next five or ten years to answer. Some of these questions says appealing problem. Gotta chapter here. the genome. If gino microbiome and lescot allergies become a bit about the microbiome. What could we know. The genetic aspect is there any sort of countrywide data that that seems interesting..

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"gupta" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Welcome to the site of accents. Podcast where we explore emerging ideas from science policy economics and technology. My name is jill eappen. We talk with woods leading academics and experts about the recent research or generally of topical interest scientific senses at unstructured conversation with no agenda or preparation. Be color a wide variety of domains. Rare new discoveries are made and new technologies are developed on a daily basis the most interested in how new ideas affect society and help educate the world how to pursue rewarding and enjoyable.

Martha Lane Fox on Responsible Tech, Social Justice

Influence

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Martha Lane Fox on Responsible Tech, Social Justice

"So martha thank you very much for being on the show. Thanks for asking me You chair of many different boards. Of course the most interesting being we transfer. I personally most interested in your life outside of we transfer so i want to jump straight into the house of lords and for our friends in the us They may not have any idea. What the house of lords is in my opinion. It's probably the stuffiness branch of uk. Parliament your cross bench peer. And you're one of the few women. I believe they're in the house of lords. And the first woman mazzone only allowed into the house of lords in nine hundred fifty eight so relatively new fad in in the history of british politics. I mean we are a that. I'd love to hear from you. Why you chose to be a part of it and i had done some policy work worked in e commerce and then i wrote in the on the edges of government and policy night helped in the uk create something called the government digital service and a website would go to uk. And i realized that. Actually i was not regular good at business to anyone louis. Transfer boot. But i am in a way interested in the way that the next wave of digitization was affecting institutions society buddha context of i'm facing disruption and so i helped create this incredible machine in the middle of government gupta. Uk and. She says he added way. The government was we thinking itself my thoughts you know. I'm really interested in trying to think about how to continue to use my voice. Mice move voice in policy in tech discussions. And i decided i'd apply not thinking for one minute that i would. I get accepted at points. They might say come back in five years time when you know something but i think they must have been desperate that yet. It's kind of an incredible opportunity because the cross-benches the independent you're not affiliated to political party. You'll not just put the house. Because he given a big party donation not that everybody. There is because of that. But they're still in my opinion too many at all and you have to bring some kind of outside expertise perspectives to the house of lords

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Herbal Support for ADD and ADHD

The Plant Path

02:15 min | 2 years ago

Herbal Support for ADD and ADHD

"Question number three comes from l. ing is asking about wondering if you can offer plant remedies and holistic practices for folks dealing with. Add gupta comes to mind and of course a mindfulness practice but i love to hear take on undressing this condition. Yeah great great question there yelling so it's interesting and i'm not sure if you ask that but i actually did a materia medica monthly webinar the other day and someone was asking about book copa for adhd in children and so i will kind of go off of that a little bit here. Yeah you know. it's i mean just maybe get on a soapbox a little bit. I think it's really unfortunate. That doctors are so quick to say that a child has a disease because they have a hard time paying attention in our very linear reduction aesthetic boxed in educational system that basically only works for certain certain learning types rate certain people that we learn well in standard school environment. But i think it's important to understand that different people learn in different ways right. Some people were very hands on tactile. Some people were more visual learners. Some people are more auditory learners. So it's it's unfortunate because basically create this box and say this is how you need to learn. This is what you need to learn. And if you don't fit in that box then you have a disease and we're going to put you on ritalin. You know and i've had family members and friends that were put on ritalin from a really young age and we're on it for a really long time and it really kind of messed them up you know and it took them a long time to overcome some of the problems that it created for them both physically and psychologically and emotionally as well so i think the more that we can a prevent kids from happening to get on those drugs the better because they really in the long run create a lot more problems than they do solve any problems

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The Unanswered 'Jeopardy!' Question: Who's the New Host?

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

The Unanswered 'Jeopardy!' Question: Who's the New Host?

"The search for a new jeopardy host continues who are Anderson Cooper my M. B. L. A. N. can Jennings that would be the correct question to the answer who are just some of the people who have addition to replace the late Alex Trebek and it does not even count robin Roberts levar Burton and Dr Sanjay Gupta who have yet to do their own air test to replace Trebek who died in November of twenty twenty it's a far cry from nineteen eighty four when jeopardy last needed to host comedian Lucille Ball then told creator Merv Griffin to picture back who is doing high rollers at the time it's expected a decision will be made before the new season begins taping later this summer I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"gupta" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"Do you think you will waiting. That's an interesting thing. Because i was being passive aggressive. If she didn't figure it out i could do even longer. You know about it It was being feeling vindicated that she didn't even know why it'd be upset. Like how could you not been married. How long and you don't even know this thing about me. You know so Be that part of it I will say in the. I think this is a little bit of a difference between men and women although i cannot speak for all men and women but You know i have friends. I don't have a lot of friends that i would talk to you about that kind of stuff so she was the person that i would talk to. There were times too. And i would look at him and nights say. Can you not being angry. Because i need to talk to my best friend right now to how to solve this problem and that would help him go. Okay yes we need to kind of shift. Gears into from the emotional. Were upset about whatever it is that is caused us be upset to the intellectual. What are we gonna do about it. Now it's really hard for me to be mad at him for very long because he always makes me laugh and he he's he. He's so smart that it really keeps me going makes me constantly be on my toes. I love that. What do you think are some of the couple of things that you have to have. In order to have a marriage last genuine respect. You know i think Everything else follows that probably and those people who you might really Like even love. But maybe when you really think about it you don't perspective in every single way And then trust for for me. I you know. Maybe it's because i didn't have a lot of people that i trusted And so as a child or a child and even you know. I mean when you go through med school and i. It's it's such a competitive environment. You know You know where where i started a was accepted into medical school out of high school so it was a program that did that and everyone was very some of my good friends now but it was very competitive environment you know people sabotage that each other's experiments and no one was rooting for each other. Everyone was rooting for themselves and So trust in that environment was challenging. I think once. I got into training and neurosurgery training. It was better because now we're all sort of a more shared experience. But what is what are yours. So i was a family. Law attorney for i've represented people in divorces or people who were at that point where their relationships were going the wrong way and i tend to number one thing that causes people to divorce from my experience was resentment and resentment can if it when resentment starts then all the other things go when you know when like he's working really hard and making all the money and i'm he resents that you know i'm not contributing to that or if i'm with like babies crying and you know having no sleep and i start to resent him for being on the road and getting eight hours of sleep or something and resent really only can be cured through communication before the resentment builds and i have to say there have been a few times when i will say to him. I'm working way too hard. And i and i need you to notice. I think that's a great point. I haven't heard that before that you noticed something that is making you go get to the brink of resentful and so you know the only way out of that is to communicate and he works so hard and making sure that he is home. You know he set up. He appreciates every monday to so that he's home every weekend. So that way the he's always there you do stuff without the kids together. Yeah yeah we'll do trips. We have a. We have a group of friends that we we travel with one once a year maybe twice a year depending event and then rebecca i will. We'll go out on date nights. We'll just go to dinner more so now. You know that the kids are you know. They're more independent. If there was a young couple about to be married thinking about getting married are on the fence of getting married. What do you think you would wanna pass on. Nothing in life is perfect. And i think you know. Perfect is often the enemy of a very very good. And and i you know we say that in the operating room a lot. I just want to take out the last piece of tumor. But it's right against something important and if you do that you could sacrifice all the incredible work. You've just been doing for the last several hours in search of perfection. I think it's the same thing and then marriage you know. Once you've committed being searched perfection can be a destructive force. And that's something. That i think i learned and i would pass that on and we'd do pinch ourselves every day and just think we got really lucky. You know if you can internalize that. I think that's a really powerful force mass sanjay and rebecca gupta. I can't decide what impressed me more. How nice they are or how smart they are but more important they have a quiet and deep understanding of each other. Now we can say we know. Dr who makes house calls all the way from atlanta and brings his wife until next time. I'm phil donahue marlo. Thomas you guys have been great. Yeah we we appreciate the conversation. It's fun double. Date is production of pushkin industries. This show was created by us and produced by sarah lilly. Michael bahari is associate producer. Musical adaptations of it had to be you. Buy sell wagon symphony net marlowe and ira executive producers along with me a bell and lee tol mola from pushkin special things to jacob weisberg malcolm glad well heather fain john snarls carly mcgrory. Eric sandler emily rusnak. Jason gambrill paul. Williams and bruce kluger. If you like our show please remember to share rate and.

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"gupta" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

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It seems these to have found the path to harmony together but as we all know spending a lifetime with another person requires some doing especially when it comes to dealing with each other's differences. You're absolutely right that there's accommodations. Did you have to make and like. I'm a really neat person. I'm not maligning. People who are not neat. But but i think that for me. It's just it's just how i am. Remain nick him and not. I'm not a neat nick. There's just there's only so much time and day to get everything in his office is like nothing on. It wasn't a computer. His life is like on the computer. He can store everything there. He rates everything there. Maybe a glass of water. I mean that is just in. My office is a constant. And there's everybody's in and out of my office and they trip over softened knock it all over the place and he's like my mind is to. I'm gonna lose it like just shut the door. That's how we can get along. Here's just came as a and she says. I can't find something go really but i was gonna say though is that the combination or all offset by trust to me you know and that's probably the the heart of the whole thing is that like i don't trust anybody more than i trust for becca to have my best interests and that can be with regard to our financial stuff but also like i don't know what to do here i i'm dealing with something. I'm not sure what the right answer is. There's no absolute right answer. But there's probably right answer for me and so who do i like. who would. Who would be able to answer that. And i think my parents can't answer that because ultimately they they're incapable. I think fundamentally of seeing things from outside their vantage point. They can't put themselves outside their own shoes. The not a bad thing. it's just too they are she. Can i can tolerate the messy office. And i can tolerate because i come home at the end of the day and and i'm dealing with stuff It was always me. I was pretty solitary creature. And then all of a sudden i started dabbling in this idea of letting someone else in. It should really good at it. And i trusted her when you have a big argument. One of you pout. Or full silent or meals. Thank you and i mean. He's still mad about me for buying them a hand sandwich. Like you know fifteen years ago or something. I mean some big arguments last on and on and then they become even though they might be like poking at a at a splinter still there they almost become kind of you know like a running joke or something. We've had big arguments for sure. And i think the longest they've lasted is probably a couple three days in the sense. That might not that. Were at it for a couple of three days. But we're definitely still pissed off both of us and and but you know I came from a real a pretty sedate household like a probably count on one hand the number of times. It was really yelling as as a child when i grow up. I can remember those times because they were so jarring. You know so. It's not really the style. I think for us to have a a big argument. The sense that it's explosive in any way but i will get upset a much more transparent about it now i would help hold it in and expect her to figure it out and and then i realized at some point that was a waste of time because why am i waiting for her to figure i can just tell her. And then at least they can get it off my chest What.

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"gupta" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"Single time. I know hugs until i came along. And now if i don't hug him when i walk in the door he's like where's my hog sweet. How they kind of warmed up to and part of that. I think is like my mom's parents and my dad and my dad's parents and my mom because again there was this friction that always existed so you could feel it as soon as for me when it was when the grandparents were over it was a palpable tension. And there's a lot of nice to meet you. And i shake hands changed because it wasn't arranged and they felt like they were different backgrounds. And and i don't think that my my dad's parents probably ever even till the very end fully accepted my mom. My mom was family was not very devout. My dad's mom was probably the most about hindu out of all four grandparents. She was jane which is a very sort of more strict hindu tenant. But i think just because my mom's parents were they were fleeing. They were fleeing persecution and the idea of religion was a bit of an indulgence. I think you know we had a little. We had a little deity in our house growing up but in other weren't any temples so it wasn't like we could really be devout in the united states. that time in the sixties but they experienced religious persecution in pakistan for sure caused them to leave the more reserved about showing any kind of religious interference. How did they feel about you marrying a hindu person. Well good question by data passed away long before i started a date me. He probably knows how he reacted anything. We'd probably been fine by the time we married My mom incurred like he'd gotten like you know. He was finnish and swedish. So it wasn't that he was just like you know we stay at home and we do our things. We wasn't until they retired that they suddenly develop this huge social life right. I think my dad probably would've had been very similar. Except for the fact that he passed away before you know before he even when he passed fifty. And what about your mom. How does she feel about sanjay. Oh she she loved him she she. My mom's just figs sweetheart. She loves she. She thinks he's so smart and fascinating and even to this day. She's like well. I wanna know where he is. I worry about him and and she's very Like like humble and chai around him. So it's kinda sweet right. My mother was italian. Gone father was lebanese and they were the children of arranged marriages. But both both my grandparents were arranged marriages. But my mother didn't like irish people. Yeah i've read a huge article about that. Did she live here in in new york michigan. Detroit in detroit in a sort of lower middle class and her father was a talian and they had two trucks and they still produce of their trucks so they were five kids. They went to school. They had an education and My grandmother stayed home but she was a singer and got little job singing the synagogue or the church of wherever would have she would love to sing but But the in those poor neighborhoods you know. The jews were had their area and the irish their area and the italian said their area and so the irish will considered sort of the lower class people and the shanty irish. So my mother's going out with phil donahue. She said louise irish. My mother had thing there and then well then she got to know him and she loved him when he wanted i malarkey hundred over. So how did you meet. Did we meet at a bar. Classic american mutual friends introduced this in college to the university of michigan. Yeah and i think when we met we were both dating someone else at the time we definitely had more of a shared experience right away and we just had a lot that we had in common talk about red out of the gate And you're thinking about taking a lot of science classes. I remember that because.

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"gupta" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"To find out what makes a marriage last that old expression is there a doctor in the house was never more fitting than one afternoon when marlowe and i had lead doctor in our house. Rebecca and dr sanjay gupta in town of atlanta so they dropped by our apartment to talk marriage from the first moment they walked in. You could feel their com- compatibility bay have three daughters and a busy life and they do a lot of philanthropic work together its relationship. That's built on different cultural backgrounds. Unlike rebecca whose family scandinavian sanjay grew up with a distinct sense of being an outsider as an indian american in a small michigan town. I won't think people knew what to make of of indians. I was the only indian you know really there so there was no there was no history with. I was obviously different. Colored skin. had a funny name. You know all that sort of stuff other than that. There was no. There was no institutional prejudice by that. I experienced with rebecca's fan. Obviously any of that stuff there was other prejudices just because you are different. That was that was. That was a totally lead. Yeah i mean you know where i grew up especially if you're the only person that looks like me you tend to then take on the characteristic and other people's minds of every sort of you know fringe groups so you know for for example. The iran hostage crisis was happening. Nineteen seventy nine. You remember jimmy. Carter was president and and i was ten years old and raanan. But it didn't matter you you were suddenly somebody else outsider. During that time. So i remember that being a really hard time the iran hostage crisis for because it was such a such a big thing in the news and every day it was something you know And you know it didn't make sense to remind people have wasn't iran was missing the point right but so so there was there was there was a fair amount of of boeing. I think that happened You know younger younger years in particular and what's interesting. I think detroit is unique in that it has. That's how it kinda. It's a huge immigration community but everybody stays in our little neighborhood largest arabic population outside of saudi. Arabia is in dearborn. I think right was born. Do boy that right. Yeah i imagined at sanjay's childhood experience would cause this couple to have completely different points of view. That's what i would have thought too. And we kind of grew up similar so we have very similar values similar. Yeah it's hard to say that with his parents being indian and might not i guess but We both came from small towns in michigan and full came from parents. Of like you know working you know white collar parents candidate. Would you appearance to on my father worked for ford motor company. Just like his parents worked for ford motor company. They all of our parents just there one desirous us to have a great education and then they made all amid sacrifices for that to happen. And we kinda have that in common we. We feel that that's important may have other. I mean we both grew up drinking the same powdered milk. We have things were in common for awesome. You're rebecca olson. Yeah sounds like a character in his family. Sitcom i think it was a character in a couple of books but he also tom sawyer and a few other before that sunjay gupta. Wow that was a great. Was that with your parents. My it's interesting. I think there was a a deep especially for immigrants to have their children mary within the same culture. My parents were a little different. It was interesting. My my mom was from what is now pakistan. She fled during the partition. So she was a refugee child for the first twelve. Fifteen years of her life and my dad was in india. So they're both indian but but for my dad's side of the family. She represented a very different part of india. All so different that it was like a completely different country completely different culture and and when they got married neither one of their parents attended the wedding. Oh the protest to me. well yeah they. They didn't support it. Didn't support the wedding. And that in each the both would have had arranged marriages and instead his parents met in the united states outside of their own parents and because they met in the united states and not some neither of them had their own parents arranged who they're gonna marry both of their own parents were kind of like This isn't what we set up this in our traditions They were a little bit against his parents married. So you're poets buried in this country here immigrated here and getting married here. A love marriage as opposed arranged marriages. Rebecca said was very unusual. I mean i think you're dealing over time. I didn't now. I've met tons of people who are my contemporaries indians whose parents all of them had arranged marriages. So i we haven't found anybody else. That sort of got married the way that my parents did. And as a result my friends especially my my friends who were thinking about getting married especially if it was someone who is not indian. It was always my parents that they would go to the. They became those parents for all my friends. Who who wanted. Okay you guys did this sort of very radical thank by having a love marriage and you weren't even from the same part of india the same cast the same background. How did it work. And so when we were talking about getting married while they're still a desire on their part to for me to marry somebody indian. They're much more that they had lived through that. Although i say that at the beginning they still really wanted him to marry somebody in right and and then while we were dating and they realized that it was that we were more likely to be together. Then they started to you know be more accepting of it. Did you have indian girlfriends before. Then yeah i did nothing to too serious but yeah and it was all in college. You know it wasn't anything earlier so these weren't necessarily dad was funny. He he he he said. I don't want to meet any of these girls unless you're gonna marry him that's basically what he told me and my mom sort of followed. That was nine with that so they're not frivolous people. They're you know they're they're engineers. They're mathematics people. They didn't talk about love. They didn't talk about marriage. So if i brought home a girlfriend marrying her. Is that why we're meeting her not point. What's the yeah it really was. What's the point they didn't. There wasn't a lot of the not a particularly emotional couple. There i mean the loving. But they're not very emotional unless regard so. My dad's still shook my hand every.

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Women Around the World: Dr. Amani Ballour

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Women Around the World: Dr. Amani Ballour

"Dr amani. bollore is eight thirty three year. Old pediatrician that helped lead an underground secret hospital known as the cave during the attacks including the chemical attack in eastern gupta. Which is the suburb of damascus. Dr mani was raised in the area. She later would serve as the youngest of six. She had two brothers and sisters and as she became a teenager. She unlikely sisters insisted on continuing education and moving onto college. Originally dr ramani wanted to be an engineer but because her family refuses support her in this engineering seen as a man's job she moved on to study medicine and focused on being a pediatrician wasn't long after she graduated that she started volunteering at a hospital in eastern gupta but the hospital which at the time was currently under construction was attacked and seized which forced the small staff to be moved to an underground unfinished building. Later known as the cave we are referring to her as dr armani because that's what she is referred to throughout all the documentaries as well as any other reports so if you're wondering why so. She started her career during the syrian civil war which has been ongoing for over ten years. And has ongoing. It's still happening. The war has wreaked havoc and tragedy throughout the country killing over three hundred eighty thousand people. All two hundred five thousand. Three hundred people are missing. Presumed dead at least fifty. Five percent of syrians have been displaced since two thousand eleven and has twenty twenty one at least thirteen point. Four million people inside of syria needed some sort of humanitarian assistance including more than twelve million. Heure strong for food and from malnourishment including half a million children and though medical facilities are supposed to be under protected status there have been at least five hundred ninety five attacks on three hundred fifty different facilities which had and deaths of at least nine hundred and twenty three medical personnel and one who was actually featured on documentary as well and had left only half of the medical facilities operational This is all according to the physicians of human

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Increase Your Website Traffic and Sales Through Search Engine Optimization

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Increase Your Website Traffic and Sales Through Search Engine Optimization

"On google search. Engine results for variables. What are those variables. first one. we have is canonical compliance pronounce sir. There we go canonical compliance. Oh down and put that on the good notes canonical compliance okay. What's the next one right. Just okay the second. One is mobile. Compliances mobile compliance. Okay so does. The website canonical does it fit. Does it adhere to the cannon or the established rules of gupta. First idea does. Does your website match what google wants. Does it do that if you if you're listening right now and you say i don't know if my site doesn't four free i will be happy. We've done this for thousands of people. There's no no charge. You literally just email us right now to info at drive time show dot com info at drive time. Show dot com devon. We use a program to over listeners. Can use as well called. Sem rush through. It's fantastic and it's going to tell you if there's problems with your website now devon. Why would we run an analysis for the listeners. Out there just to be just to be a source of wisdom to be helpful for people who are wanting to get to the top of google and what percentage of the time is that is the website not compliant too. Google's rules ninety nine point nine percent this just in so it's gotta economically compliant too charles. What move number two. We need to implement to be topping. The google search engine results. Mobile compliance mobile compliance. Now the devon. Google has a free test out there. You just type in mobile compliance. Google test we'll put a link on the show notes there and it pops up being bought a boom. We pull it up boom there. It is and you can check it right there and everybody can do it so you just do. A google search right now for mobile friendly test. Google search console. I know someone's trying to write that down so i'll go slow here. We go

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US Launches Investigation Into Louisville Police Practices

C-SPAN Programming

02:10 min | 2 years ago

US Launches Investigation Into Louisville Police Practices

"Into Louisville's policing practices. The investigation comes as police in this Kentucky city are under fire after the March 2020 fatal shooting of Briana Taylor. She was unarmed and in her home while police were executing what's called a no knock search warrant. Good afternoon. I'm joined today by our recently confirmed Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and I recently confirmed Associate Attorney General. I need a Gupta. They are leaders of great ability and integrity. And I am very happy that they have returned to serve again at the Justice Department. The department is stronger or their presence. United States Department of Justice is a federal law enforcement agency comprised of thousands of law enforcement officers who collaborate with and support our colleagues throughout our nation's police departments. We are uniquely aware of the challenges faced by those Serve as police officers. You see their commitment firsthand every day, and we recognize the complex issues that make their already difficult jobs even harder. The Justice Department is also charged with ensuring that the constitutional and federal statutory rights of all people are protected. As I explained last week, Congress has authorized the department to conduct pattern or practice investigations. Help it fulfill that responsibility. Those investigations and the recommendations and actions that ensue do not only protect individual civil rights They also assist police departments developing measures to increase transparency and accountability. Those qualities are necessary to building trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve. And community trust is essential to making policing more effective and less dangerous or officers on the street. Today. The Justice Department

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Malcolm Smith Is Translating the Tantras

The Wisdom Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Malcolm Smith Is Translating the Tantras

"But welcome back. It's always great to have to have you here. Thank you always great to be back and we don't really have a plan tonight but we always have fun chatting and i thought we could start with I thought it'd be cool. Because i'm i'm sure many of the audience have your have your book and so i thought we could open up to a passage. You know we're going to do that. And you chose a passage. And i thought if everyone there the book we could start with the passage and you could just talk through that that passage. Do you wanna take it away until us way. At what page we should go to the passes last passage in chapter five and in the in the gay up in entre of course it sounds strange to as i mentioned before that we have this time which has lots of words. But it's about no syllables. So we have to understand something about what a syllable is in. The general context of budge arena to set up to understand this passage in a proper way so syllable correct pronunciation Sanskrit correct see lable is shara. I'm not sure so. Yeah look in. The title of the contract says people knowing the chat with in the page number page one sixty eight people earn or in sanskrit shara means something like immutable unchanging so syllable in in In sanskrit Dr alphabet slight tibetan and japanese kanji Ties scriptures in pali scriptures in general all these all these scripts are based on at gupta airstrip syllable zone which never changes. So you know it. Very rare independent buddhism by john general we know that fifty thousand

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COVID-19: What Will It Take to Vaccinate the World?

World Affairs Council

02:05 min | 2 years ago

COVID-19: What Will It Take to Vaccinate the World?

"Americans can anticipate a time when all of us have access to a vaccine. Poor nations aren't so lucky. You might be thinking Well, that doesn't affect me. But if the virus spreads unchecked in billions of people who don't get vaccinated this year, you can bet it will mutate Ah lot and then it becomes just a matter of time before our vaccines are less effective. Earlier this month, Secretary of State Antony Blinken spelled it out. Even if we vaccinate all 332 million people, the United States tomorrow way would still not be fully safe from the virus. Not while it's still replicating around the world and turning into new variants. That could easily come here and spread across our communities again. The world has to come together to bring the covert pandemic to an end everywhere. So this week we look at the race to vaccinate a planet of 7.9 billion people. Ray Suarez takes it from here. Vaccinating a majority of people in every country on Earth is a daunting challenge. So the international community has cobbled together a radical solution. Kovacs is an initiative led by the World Health Organization, along with other global health partnerships. Today, it's working with almost every country in the world, so called mixes an unprecedented global effort. Gothic sub brings together 191 economies that together account for more than 90% of the world's population. That's un rather Gupta. I spoke with her over zoom. She used to be the director of one of the largest public health programs in the world. The National Health Mission of India. Now Gupta is based in Geneva, and she's taken on an even bigger job as deputy CEO of Gavi, the vaccine alliance. It's one of the health organizations helping to take the lead on Kovacs.

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Birth Control In Times Of Crisis

Latino USA

01:35 min | 2 years ago

Birth Control In Times Of Crisis

"We're in the maternity waiting room at hospitals university. Tarot asthma has meals the main public hospital in gupta columbia's biggest border city with venezuela it's before the pandemic and there are some fifteen pregnant women sitting in the green towel hallway it's heart and the fans are buzzing the women's quietly in tank tops and flip. Flops they robbed their prominent bellies. One woman's she's wearing a pink will be squished between two older book. Your women she looks fragile in her hospital gown. She holds an ivy back in her left. Hand her name is excellently. So long deal thing will make a yankee. Lima nipples in the balkan kunz online exhibition traveled alone more than seven hundred miles from so i think her hometown in northeastern as well. She was afraid of giving birth in her home country because hospitals have no resources and she couldn't afford a private clinic and clearly she wasn't the only one more than half of the women in the waiting room. Arvin as well to see my conversation with axial ends abruptly just having really painful contractions and a nurse sticks her way into the delivery room at twenty years old. She's about to give birth to her second child. None of her pregnancies where

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"gupta" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

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"gupta" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"Meet today's driver. Kartika gupta welcome garth. I think so much for joining us today. Well thank you so much for having me. I was super excited to hear all your stories especially since. You're a travel photographer since you have been so many places. What would you say is one of the most craziest driving experiences you have had. I've had quite a few. But the one that really sticks out for me as we did roach from india and so we did a road trip a couple years ago where we drove from delhi to lay which is the northern part of india and that whole region is very mountainous. It's got one of the highest motorable roadways in the world at about over like almost like eighteen thousand feet so when you drive from sea level to eighteen thousand feet you can imagine how crazy the roads are. Of course it's a gradual incline takes over two days but driving in india. Anyway is crazy on top of that. You add these kirby mountain roads and at eighteen thousand feet. You're talking about attitude sicknesses..

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"gupta" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

"Because we know that people often have limited finances. And if this doesn't work for them we let them to spend that money elsewhere so people can use it for a minimum of six months if they get no benefit then. After six months to a year they can return it. No questions asked have their money back in and spend that on another treatment So people have nothing to lose by my giving this ago if it can hear whatever they're experiencing as fantastic so really nothing to lose to To give it a try and so the website is gupta program dot com and use the code hedberg for fifteen percent off and ashok any any final parting thoughts for the listeners. Yes something that's so important for all of us to share is this concept of long-haul covert. We are seeing a secondary pandemic of sony people. That often many weeks after many months the still not recovering from covid nineteen or in fact they've recovered from covid nineteen but having post viral effects because of the heightened anxiety or the patents virus has onset patients and what we're really looking today to avoid the secondary pandemic. We have some videos on websites where we actually have interviewed. People who have lo- who covid Retreating into our clinic is expense people once you have covid nineteen cleese rest during and after the infection because if people don't fully physically mentally emotionally rest in our view they have a higher chance of going on developing long As a result of our hypotheses that. I've explained so if you do have people who have covid nineteen had in the past and still guessing. That's a really important public health message to encourage them to fully rest before they get back to normal life and then secondly if people do have long who covid. We've already started healing and treating patients for that. I'm at our clinic. So that's something that we re probably all know people who are experiencing covid nineteen. There's no information out there on how you can make sure it doesn't turn into something chronic. So that's a really important message. Love the excellent. well thanks for tuning in every one. This is dr hedberg. If you go to dr hedberg dot com and search for lyndyk retraining. You'll find a full transcript of this interview and.

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"gupta" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"gupta" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

"Medicine is very good at treating a human being as if they are like a car. Or let's take the example of a of a computer right so if there's something wrong with the hard drive they can open up. The hard drive fixed hard drive but there are a whole new generation of illnesses. Which are what we call. Software on insists the hardware absolutely fine. It's the software that is running the hardware where there is a bug like you said and those bugs in the system a very difficult to shift and change once the system has got to its new layer of homeless status or its new of functioning that it thinks ensure survival and this new generation of mona says can only really be approached through the software purchase. I believe that drugs and chasing diet can be supportive but they never really get to the root cause which is why people stay chronically ill for seventy years so we're really hoping that this study stimulates further research were actively now going out there looking for partners you'd like to collaborate on a phase three trial and this is the good. This is good for everybody really to have this. And we're not looking to hold onto the ip intellectual property of this right. This is the program. We only want to be the people who do this. We just wanna get this out there. We just wanna get patients better so if we get a large scale trial and people really appreciate it. This is the best intervention out there. We just want to train other. People are the practitioners other. Cpt practitioners will occupational therapist so It a physiology physiologists to deliver this type of treatments and support the recovery as many patients as possible. We want this to be embedded within existing healthcare systems. Once we get that face retrial. That's really our aim So a lot of people may be wondering what what is this wondered. Vall what is involved in this program in the gupta program. The mindfulness based program linda training. Can you give people just kind of a basic overview of of what this might look like for someone you said you know. It's like a six month commitment. There's there's work to do on a daily basis. Can you give us some more insights into the into the method. Yes so in. Terms of time commitment we say a minimum of thirty minutes a day in terms of commitments in one sitting and then this bravery trading techniques that occur throughout the day and people can use it even if that in full time employment Through to being bed bounds we have patients across that whole scale. And so we make it as easy to implement as possible and the program has three cool areas and we describe it like a dove leading to fly so for leading to fly it needs to wings and it needs to tail feathers so the two wings that really ensure recovery number one is retraining so the core is having one wing which is retraining the brain out of these reactive responses the second wing is relaxing the nervous system so we need to bring down the overall stimulation of the nervous system as you. You've mentioned Vegas tone is very important part of this. And then thirdly the tail feathers represent direction and we call that reengaging with joy which is often missed in modern medicine. It reminds me of the film Patch adams the idea that actually states of mind and joy is an incredible part of healing. And we're on well. We often focus on being unwell roth in reengaging with a small joys in life that.

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