6 Burst results for "Henry Blackburn"

"henry blackburn" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

04:18 min | 10 months ago

"henry blackburn" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"She was diagnosed with aggressive stage three breast cancer. And so you know. Certainly a lot of limi- comes up with that and so you know one of the things that we do in that last chapter is review the stories of we like twelve at late stories throughout the balkan. There are six of them are so that are summarized in that last chapter and one of the things that they talk about. Is this issue of wait a minute. I'm doing everything that i was supposed to do. And i think that one of the best weapons to to to deal with that. Besides you know any kind of therapy and talk therapy and mental health interventions that might be useful to any given person in that situation which i heartily recommend is to educate yourself about cancer. Biology and the great news is that we are living in a time when youtube videos are ubiquitous. And if you go on youtube and type in something like you know how does cancer spread. You'll find about six difference. Lovely chalk talk video sauce hitter that are understandable by the lay person that will explain all of the complexities of the way that cancer develops in the bonnie and i think by understanding understanding that this can happen to anyone and that the great news is that if you are experiencing this as someone who is an athlete when vian even than you are going to go through this process in a way that that is likely to get used to the other side in better shape because you came into it better shape so three. Three answers question one mental health professionals and you talking that through talking Whiny to educate yourself three refocus on the fact that you are going to get through your cancer treatments better because you are in great shape when you walk in the door and you'll youtube thought brings me to something else that really stood out for me in your book. I can tell that. You're a clinical rates show because you bright down how different studies work and what the definitions of different studies. Actually main fix it. Sounds like like us ua inundated with well-meaning friends just say you the most free inge out this not helpful miracle cures so i love how you equip pap- would actually break that information down and assists what is actual evidence based and what is. Just some on the internet rush. Yes and and this was really one of the reasons. I felt so strongly about doing that. Is is the chapter on nutrition. Because i leaned heavily on my friend and colleague cindy thomson from the university of zona to help with writing. The chapter on nutrition and nutrition information is ubiquitous on the internet and interested information for cancer patients. heart critics on the internet and a lot of is really very faulty information and so it was really really important to me in particular. What for the exercise research certainly but also for the nutritional research that people understand the difference between the results from something life. The nurses health study which is an enormous quarter million. Nurses you know give their an answer. Surveys riyadh and a cohort study like that is not the same thing as a randomized control. Trial and understanding the hierarchy in science is is crucial as well as understanding. What my mentor. My one of my oldest friends and mentors henry blackburn calls three beauties. Which is the clinic. The clinical research the bench so animal research and basic science and the population research at the analogy..

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"henry blackburn" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"henry blackburn" Discussed on Science Vs

"This episode is brought to you by off the beaten path. It's finally here a great tasting smack. You can feel good about eating off the impacts of edgy. Chris deliver real veggies with lots of flavor and a satisfying texture without artificial colors flavors or preservatives. Real veggies really delicious shop now on amazon. This episode is brought to you by southern company. Southern company is making energy smart and sustainable for their nine million customers across the country southern company building. The future of energy learn more at southern company dot com slash future. Welcome back today. We're looking at whether it really is that bad for your health to be fat and a quick note about our words in this episode. A lot of people don't like the words overweight or obese. Some people prefer the term fat as a neutral way to describe a person's body like tall but not everyone is comfortable with using fat this way and meanwhile overweight and obese have specific definitions medicine. So we're going to end up using all these terms but we'll try to be careful about when and why we use them okay so in order to talk about this at all we've got to with the bmi the body mass index every stat. You've never heard about how many americans are overweight comes from this measure. Hundreds of thousands of studies rely on it. It's a staple of modern medicine. So where on earth did it come from to find out. We're going to go back to the nineteen fifties do the university of minnesota's football stadium. The golden gophers are battling it out in the big ten conference. Our story starts down in the depths of the stadium entered through gate twenty seven. Just as if you had a ticket gate twenty so and then there's a maze of of hallways and offices along under the sloping of the The bleachers above this is henry blackburn. He's taking us to the lab where the bmi was born. He's a professor emeritus and minnesota so When when we worked there on a saturday could hear a distant rumble. When the minnesota eighteen got a touchdown run out and run up the causeway and see if we could see the extra point kick sometimes invaded by berman. Because of all those who left the stands and the carter but it was our place. Were very much at home. There and one thing they were doing and as weird lab was trying to answer this big question. How much fat do we have in our bodies. This was important because scientists figured it was the first step and understanding whether fat is bad for us to get out. This nerds develop these equations to try to estimate whether people had too much fat based on their height and weight. So you could just plug in someone's measurements into the equation and walk. You get a sense of how much fat they were carrying around. The problem was these equations. Hadn't really been tested. No one knew if they were accurate or one was better than the others and testing. It was hard. I would you do it. You need to get to all that fat in our bodies. The fact that's under the skin and coincide us and you have to do it without. Ct scanners or more is because they weren't invented yet. And you have to separate out the stuff. That's not fat like bones and muscles and of the subject to intestinal there. We're talking about farts is what we're talking about right. The word word. I'm not despises that word. Averages about sixty milliliters on average. This is a great piece of trivia. Fifty male leaders on average of of our body is composer arts. That's right that's that's less than expected so without fancy modern equipment and with farts getting in the way out of these nerds measure fat on people's bodies i. They recruited hundreds of volunteers. Normal healthy men of minneapolis and saint. Paul have been serving them as human guinea pigs since nineteen forty-eight eight. There's some footage of this from a tv special back in the fifties. It shows some white guys in suits and ties heading into a lab where they are led into a special room room and it features. Henry's boss. he was kind of a big deal at the time ansel keys about to explain how they measure the weight of a man. Here let me show you how we get this. So the way they do it was they'd have. This guy stripped down to his underwear. Hook them up to a machine that can measure how much air is in his lungs. And then the main event the guy is in a metal cage above a tub of water belieber grew underwater. A really like i'm i'm imagining a dunk tank at the county parentless. Exactly a dunk tanks. Your your lord and you don't spice gentle dante. The guy in the footage whose name is dick burlingame. Which is the most fifties name ever. He looks surprisingly stone vase as his head goes lower and lower until he's completely underwater in this cage he sitting on a seat. That's actually a scale. And once he's underwater completely. He exhales blowing a big breath out to stop him hovering above the and that's when they record the guy's weight and the reason they do this is because they wanna compare people's weight on land to their weight underwater. Here's why that's important. Save got two people who step on the scale and the way the same on land but one is super muscle on the other. One has a lot of fat. When you plop them in the dunk tank. The person without the fat will weigh less because fat is less dense than muscle. So kind of floats from that knowing the density of the usual district on the usual desio bustle the density of body water. And your body that you can read off on a char percent of body fat so with the dunking and with what we already know about how dense different parts of our body are. They could estimate how much of a person was fat. And how much was other stuff now. They have the data to finally test. Those untested equations that we told you about to see which one was the best at predicting how much body fat people actually have so the team took all this data people's fat and their height and weight. They put it on a graph as little dot points. They added other data to measured in a different way from men around the world and while the group was mostly white it did include some men from japan and bantu men from south africa so all in all it was about seven thousand men and they crunched all this data then in nineteen seventy seventy-two publish the results. The best equation turned out to be way divided by the hud squared. Yup the equation. You know and probably hate an answer keys dubbed it the body mass index. Why didn't he named after himself. He could renamed it the keys. Quotient for example. He wasn't dollar trump. I mean you'd have to see his name on every building in town. I'm sorry i shouldn't have gone political. We forgive you henry anyway from here. The bmi totally blew up other groups like the national institutes of health in the world health organization took the bmi ball and ran with it started using it to make the categories that we know today including overweight and obese.

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"henry blackburn" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"henry blackburn" Discussed on Science Vs

"Today. We're looking at whether it really is that bad for your health to be fat and a quick note about our words in this episode. A lot of people don't like the words overweight or obese. Some people prefer the term fat as a neutral way to describe a person's body like tall but not everyone is comfortable with using fat this way and meanwhile overweight and obese have specific definitions medicine. So we're going to end up using all these terms but we'll try to be careful about when and why we use them okay so in order to talk about this at all we've got to with the bmi the body mass index every stat. You've never heard about how many americans are overweight comes from this measure. Hundreds of thousands of studies rely on it. It's a staple of modern medicine. So where on earth did it come from to find out. We're going to go back to the nineteen fifties do the university of minnesota's football stadium. The golden gophers are battling it out in the big ten conference. Our story starts down in the depths of the stadium entered through gate twenty seven. Just as if you had a ticket gate twenty so and then there's a maze of of hallways and offices along under the sloping of the The bleachers above this is henry blackburn. He's taking us to the lab where the bmi was born. He's a professor emeritus and minnesota so When when we worked there on a saturday could hear a distant rumble. When the minnesota eighteen got a touchdown run out and run up the causeway and see if we could see the extra point kick sometimes invaded by berman. Because of all those who left the stands and the carter but it was our place. Were very much at home. There and one thing they were doing and as weird lab was trying to answer this big question. How much fat do we have in our bodies. This was important because scientists figured it was the first step and understanding whether fat is bad for us

Where Did Body Mass Index Originate?

Science Vs

02:02 min | 11 months ago

Where Did Body Mass Index Originate?

"Today. We're looking at whether it really is that bad for your health to be fat and a quick note about our words in this episode. A lot of people don't like the words overweight or obese. Some people prefer the term fat as a neutral way to describe a person's body like tall but not everyone is comfortable with using fat this way and meanwhile overweight and obese have specific definitions medicine. So we're going to end up using all these terms but we'll try to be careful about when and why we use them okay so in order to talk about this at all we've got to with the bmi the body mass index every stat. You've never heard about how many americans are overweight comes from this measure. Hundreds of thousands of studies rely on it. It's a staple of modern medicine. So where on earth did it come from to find out. We're going to go back to the nineteen fifties do the university of minnesota's football stadium. The golden gophers are battling it out in the big ten conference. Our story starts down in the depths of the stadium entered through gate twenty seven. Just as if you had a ticket gate twenty so and then there's a maze of of hallways and offices along under the sloping of the The bleachers above this is henry blackburn. He's taking us to the lab where the bmi was born. He's a professor emeritus and minnesota so When when we worked there on a saturday could hear a distant rumble. When the minnesota eighteen got a touchdown run out and run up the causeway and see if we could see the extra point kick sometimes invaded by berman. Because of all those who left the stands and the carter but it was our place. Were very much at home. There and one thing they were doing and as weird lab was trying to answer this big question. How much fat do we have in our bodies. This was important because scientists figured it was the first step and understanding whether fat is bad for us

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"henry blackburn" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"henry blackburn" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"I think you know like to see where he fits in but He's definitely gonna play a lot from everything i'm hearing and then you go into the secondary and that's an issue where that's an area where the rams have struggled last year. They were still even with a better pass rush. They were still you know ten in the mountain west in pass defense allowing two hundred and fifty yards a game. That's shockingly enough. That's an improvement from where they had been but still definitely not good enough to be a championship caliber football team. But i think they've tried to address that you know they brought in a transfer from rice and lynnwood crump or i'm sorry at transferred from temple in lynnwood crump. I like to get my owls mixed up there in college. Football a transfer from temple at cornerback and lynnwood crump. Were shot a guy as a veteran. That's back and really will kind of anchor that unit to an extent safety. You know logan. Stewart the safety out loveland. Who's a mountain view high school and kind of started out He's the one who i wrote a story about a couple of years ago told me he is to actually sell hot chocolate on game days and he was a vendor at hughes stadium wishing he could be on the field plan for the ram. Someday and he is. It's not us. It's a canvas stadium which he actually prefers Nevertheless he's going to be a big part of what they do. He's a real defensive leader and then you look up. Marshawn cameron is back. One of the cornerback positions and other big time player. That's really gonna help them out. Henry blackburn the safety at a fairview high school in boulder. My alma mater was a big time. He really really looked good. Plan as a true freshman last year he really had made an impact and And then i'm told that in the spring jack howell john how former nfl player his son. Jack john played for the rams out a mullen. Nebraska was one of those success stories that came in under sonny lubick and did great things. his son jack how who played high school ball. Valor is a is a safety. That they say may actually beat out henry blackburn for plan time and that's that's big time because henry played really well for the rams last year so those are two in state guys along with logan stewart Three in-state guys that are really gonna make a difference in that secondary and at least showing some promise Very very feeling good about what that secondary can look like like. I said marshawn. Cameron is back at cornerback. Taiwan francis is back and You put those with the guys we just talked about. This defense has a chance to be a pretty legitimate defense and do some good things. I'm really looking forward to seeing it. They certainly have to get better against the past. Because that's something that's been a problem. Last year started seeing some better pass rush. That helps your secondary lot. When you can get some pressure and make those quarterbacks get rid of the ball a little sooner instead of when they stand around there all day eventually. Somebody's going to get open. I don't care how good your secondary is. And if you're secondary suspect to begin with you're gonna give up big play after big play and that's what we've seen the last several years from colorado state's defensive secondary really really personally looking forward to them getting better in that area and cnn where we're going Again defense overall should be a strength. And that's something..

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"henry blackburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"henry blackburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Dandy don had stick in bed a stick in we are all having a good time with you and appreciate the chance to fill in for Dave and raking Kathy in dragon they will be back right after the first of the year as they get some well deserved time off in a good chance good opportunity earlier to talk to Rockies manager bud black that's up on the website came away Colorado dot com click on the login and Louis page yesterday's conversation with John Elway up there and we'll welcome in Cortland sucked into the program a little bit later on as well the Broncos wide receiver schedule to join us at eleven thirty six right now though we go to the V. I. P. line and it's a pleasure to welcome in the new head coach of the Colorado state football program Stephen does io coach thanks for the time today good to talk to you and merry Christmas same Q. merry Christmas great talk with you as well migration Terry Semel with you at K. away in Denver has been a whirlwind for you settling in and getting a recruiting class put together yeah I mean that's the that'd be the understatement obviously getting here on Thursday and starting out on the road Friday back in here for the weekend try to have a recruiting weekend just in the team the coach is assessing personnel it's been it's been quite a week coach you you leave Boston College and get to see issue in a real hurry obviously you want to remain a head coach the division one level because it happened pretty quickly yeah that pretty quickly this is a great opportunity beautiful place great possibility four counts is gorgeous great university in I think great opportunity here in the mountain west conference to succeed and so it was an easy decision here on national letter of intent to at least for the early signing period can you kind of give us an indication on how the recruiting is going in and highlight any the kids that you're excited about well I'm excited about a lot of kids but certainly to start with the Colorado kids so we've got nine in four from Colorado Brian Crespo for calling cheer and Henry Blackburn from boulder Carol Fairview and Tanner Holland's you're from Littleton Columbine chase Wilson from male Wilson value so just you know I think a good group of guys I think there's some really good football players there are guys that are proud to be from Colorado guys that want to be at C. S. U. and I think that's always a great way to start the recruiting classes coach I know when a new coach comes in there's not a lot of time to recruit the timing is not great on national letter of intent day but are are you happy that you didn't lose guys are did lose as many as some coaches would I am happy that we were able to keep a Korean con in in in in the in the boat and obviously this is just the one we've got another cycle would go show you know but I think we're fortunate that were able to keep the quality of of young men that we have together you know in the short amount of time but the staff here did a fantastic job of working with me somebody they don't know all those kind of working together towards a common goal tremendous professionalism and I I really respect that so well or is that that part is been very very good new CSU football coach Steve Addazio with us on KO a speaking of your staff can you update us on the progress that you have been making towards assembling what will be your permanent assistant coaching staff yeah I mean I think my goal is you know I've been I've done this a few times I think it's always great command and you know meet meet all the coaches get around them work with them talk to on you know meet the team meet all the players in in in in in watch all the interactions and just evaluate the whole program top to bottom before your Russian make any decisions I think we make decisions you're trying to make decisions that are are good for for Colorado state so I'm taking my time right now I think I spent a week in assess everything all head back for the holidays to go through that process you know exactly what's the best what what were the best people to be here I have brought in Louise as you're my son from from Bowling Green I have brought in Corey Dennis from how status quarterback coach will be at the office line but beyond that I wanted to give everyone here a fair opportunity I want to value eight everybody here and decide what's in the best interest to have the most success you're bored they see one more question for me I know you touched on it at the press conference you got hired but I think people are curious what kind of identity are you looking for for your team it gives it seems like the the C. S. U. team really haven't had that that sort of identity what would it be if you could if you could say okay starting point would be a toughness yeah passion for the game yeah you know the next part is having the ability to put the great players that we have in position to make great place I'm not a believer companies say we're gonna run this system no matter what no we're going to do what I think gives us the best opportunity to succeed for example offense we have some tremendous receivers obviously and we have quarterbacks second throat we want to get the all the ears of those guys now having said that I believe that you got to be able to run the ball as well and non defense U. got bills start stop role so there's some areas are we need to approve but I think it starts with this is an impassioned no I think one trademark out have been a lot of different offenses but the one trademark is we're tough physical passion and then I like to say great high character guys that that represent the university the right way so I think those are some pieces that you know that hopefully you'll will become evident and just to follow up on that in closing your teams have been known for the tough running style and yet with the skill players that you are evaluating their that are already at sea issue could you see a rams offense that might be a little more open than what you have run traditionally in the past with some of your other teams well we don't forget now's the office coordinator at university of Florida yes absolutely were absolutely right we're spread T. than I was at the forefront of that with urban and you know as I transitioned into Boston caller temple Boston College offenses will personnel based we have as I said earlier outstanding receivers we're going to utilize those counts and throw the ball and I think we have accounts quarterback or delta receivers you throw the ball and you utilize those talents to move the ball down the field I do think you should have some balance I don't I don't see anybody when in any characters or national titles but don't have balance in their office so the offense is going to be tough does go off and that doesn't mean that that's not going down the field well being being tough and physical it's not just related to the front it's it's the ability for receivers which we have to go up and take the ball out of the year in in win one on one match ups so I think the office is going to be shoot it to the talents that we have here realizing that you'd like to have some balance and you have to have office line that's going to be able to move the defense white right and protect the quarterback in the usual yeah that's great we really appreciate the time coach all the best as you finish up the recruiting today and and on into the the second period and merry Christmas to you in the family look for to get the the scene you get settled and can't wait for next fall when we get to see the rams under your guidance thanks so much looking for two guys merry Christmas yeah you too coach Steve Addazio new head man of the C. S. U. rams there you go Jerry yeah they they're in in the recruiting throws along with all the other programs in college football in today's the big day one and it is the main day it used to be that early February time period they moved it up before Christmas which fork programs that are changing coaches makes it really hard yeah it sure does Shia timing timing isn't always the greatest with recruiting this time of year because there's a lot of body changes with head coaches you know he's he's talking about toughness and physical toughness Mel toughness he sounds that we does same thing in other years and it's right and I there and he talks about passion yeah again it impressions from a press conference you have to sort of just temper a little bit but when I watch the press conference when he was introduced last week I saw coach that was passionate about the game now I don't know what kind of kids he's gonna be able to recruit ultimately I'm not sure how much better this issue will be but I know this based on what I saw that day he loves football he loves coaching football there's a passion there that he has that I think is kids will see is January I think it's an interesting background to omit offense of coordinator with Tim T. bows at universe to Florida they were wide open yeah and it but he also has this reputation of being a pound you know ground pounder he runs a posting drum the ball yeah well that's not really the case if he was the offense of coordinator there so I I I I love what he said on many open we open my personnel we're gonna do different things Riddick organ use our strengths with our receivers so I like it what I'm hearing thank you and you know what I hate as I mean I'm familiar with him as a name as a coaching name in college football and as a fan of just the sport I think we've all sort of follow the ACC have a good friend in the league I know you know a lot of people around the country and so we're always watching games but it'll be fun to see what kind of stamp he puts on the sea issue program as time goes on here yeah you know what before they see you coaching change the word was they got to have an identity it's gonna be toughness and and and that has happened with has her he is change that that mentality and that sort of identity I think Stephen does is gonna do the same thing I just got that hunch that that's maybe what see issue needs and he's he's the guy they can give it to three oh three seven one three eighty five eighty five if you are a rams fan are you excited about it are you excited about a new era for your program and again not being intimately familiar with Boston College teams for the year just sort of peripherally following them as part of following all of college football I don't know.

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