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"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:48 min | 3 weeks ago

"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

04:48 min | 3 weeks ago

"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

04:54 min | 3 weeks ago

"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

04:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"humana" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:07 min | Last month

"humana" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Your teams came to recognize new needs that have now innovated into new processes and protocols focus areas that if covert had not highlighted. Would those innovations happens. And i love that. And i loved that you recognize that. An institution of fifty three thousand people there even at at that scale in that size you were able to do that and i think that is less than that. We need to hold onto that at any point in time. No matter how big your system is you can change it in a day and we were forced to do that right. And i think that might some of those lessons of coded that we need to hold onto as we go forward and so that we can't keep sticking our ad in the sand and say oh we just can't do it. It's too big. It's overwhelming the reality is. Is that if we all learned. Anything in the last year is that we could do it. So i love that and so cabbie As were key circling down. Here tell you most excited about for the future healthcare. I think you know you hit it on the head. Rebecca when you said there are things that we learned out of negative things that we learned in the past year and a half there so many positive things. I think that one of them is really people started to recognize nurses and what nurses bring to the table and how important nurses are to the health of our nation. So i think there's so much opportunity momentum i love how you said oh no it would take years and years but we we by force had to do some things in a matter of days so i think the opportunity is continuing that momentum and really ensuring that we hear the nurses voice that we really give platforms to hear the voice of nurses so i think we have to in some ways. Seize the moment. i think there's an opportunity they are but as we have this very complex healthcare system and you know were really. I think there's a greater recognition for the need for healthcare transformation. I think that there's this great opportunity for nurses to really step up as they always have stepped up but to be heard to ensure somebody said you know don't necessarily wait for a seat at the table. Pull up a chair in. I think we have to help to support nurses pulling up a chair so that the voice is heard at the table. I always like to save more leaders. Where nurses the world's would be a better place. And i really believe that so. I'm excited that nurses wanna lead wanted influence. And i think the opportunity is for us to make sure that the healthcare system embraces that respects it and that we hear that nursing voice and we follow the lead to transform healthcare. More nurses were leaders. The world would be a better place. I love that and to everyone who is listening leaders. Where nurses if more leaders were nurses charlie leaders. You're absolutely oh. My gosh leaders were nurses. The world would be a better place and everybody. That's listening today. I think you know what you just said is helps in. Get a seat at the table if you are driving a healthcare business if you are in the space where there is an opening. And you're thinking how do i want to transform my community or the health system or the program or the community systems around me invited nurse to that seat because they are going to change it in an kathy's experience has not been the ideals experienced. Show that when you bring a nurse into these roles your systems row and ways that improve outcomes that potentially change the entire nature of your business and connecticut. You've been that example humana so tell me tell the audience. Where can they find your people who wanted to find today. Reach you ask you to speak partner. How can they find do today. What's the best You can find me on linked in or you can reach out to me directly at K..

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"humana" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

05:00 min | Last month

"humana" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"It seems this time without hearing something devastating about nursing in the frontlines. And you know. I think that when people are listening today they assume ben life were where we are is fortuitous in many situations. And i think that you know what i was hoping to ask is if you could share with us one of those setbacks in life that you experienced that you took away a learning and you moved on from that perhaps helps Those nurses today if they're listening how they too can keep going that new setbacks in life sometimes teach us something so incredibly valuable that we can't those insurmountable odds. Sometimes you know are part of the ways that we grow. And i'm hoping you might be able to share some of your own setbacks. That could help guide some of these nurses who are listening today to believe they too can make it through. Yeah i just. It is a time that i just want to acknowledge. There's so many challenges that we as a society are faced with. And i think nurses just have the additional burden of how much they care of being those people who are at the frontline wherever the frontline may be and you know those people who really are making a difference. They are you know. Just there's been so many setbacks. And and i think resiliency is something to learn along the way. I think that's a skill that that is super important and i am concerned about our nurses today and in the future and their well-being and their mental health and ability to be resilient so i think we need to make sure that we're concentrating on that we had a presentation a few months ago in the speaker said self-care is not selfish care and i loved that so i think that's important so i'll just talk about you. Know the biggest setback was about eighteen months ago we had a global pandemic that just seemingly came out of nowhere. Although of course it didn't in you know for myself in my position in my team our plans for the year changed in about twenty four hours when our entire staff you know over fifty. Three thousand people had to go and work at home now. Some did before. Some didn't but you know i am proud as an organization focused as many did on what was right for you know for the safety of those who work they are but you know all of the plans my budget my that the rotation program we had to rethink what was the priority of the moment. And so it's a setback. But it doesn't mean that things can't happen it doesn't mean that you can't think about different ways to make investments etcetera. So you know. I think the resiliency of nurses was okay. You know. we're facing this big issue right now. And i'm so proud of the nurses on my team in our organization. They shifted roles. And i know this is true. So many organization where you worked traditionally you may be working in a different way. You may have a different. You know connection via we all became familiar with zoom cetera. They are you know we use technology in different ways. We work in different ways and we really started to meet the needs of our members in patients in different ways so we had a lot of nurses that became care managers and really work we were able to use. We're able to shift in us our analytics to kind of trion. Identify those people who we felt were at greatest risk but we learn lessons along the way you know in the first few weeks and months there what we thought were going to be the biggest issues that people had weren't necessarily two of the biggest issues that we found were i need food and i'm depressed and lonely isolated so you know again finding new resources and ways to adapt what we do the order. We do it. The priorities was really important. You know a few months in some of the priorities came to be. I don't feel safe you know. I was isolated. I need to get out. I need to have my primary care. You know. I need to see my primary care provider. But i'm afraid you know. How do i get their transportation. We have if you ever see green masks around you know humana recognize that people even have problems getting that so kind of shift them out had the made for everybody. So you know. The setback is the year the year and a half did not go as we had plans..

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"humana" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

03:13 min | Last month

"humana" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"About nursing driving health outcomes and why company like humana invest in nursing to do that because of their unique skill set excuse sort of highlights exactly what people should know about nursing that they might not know and their in driving. Help comes outcomes in improving health care. Yeah i think you know people think again about maybe the transactional aspects of health care and nurses have deep clinical knowledge. That's given the thing that always always inspires me about. Nursing is the nursing is the most trusted profession right. We've seen that nineteen years in a row in when we think about relationships and we think about trust i think it's the crux of understanding people understanding needs and preferences and having the trust to educate to guide to support to provide care. I think nursing is really that lynch pin in our health care system the public trust. Nurses we you know. I think that nurses are great at messaging about collaborating about connecting the pieces of the healthcare system in other people in the system. And i think that what we've talked about this before the power of nurses as innovators has been quiet. You know we need it to be loud. Nurses are innovators. Nurses are whether there at the bedside or they're in other virtual roles whatever their role. They're really understanding. What needs to be done. And i think nurses you've you've always quoted some statistics about the number of work around that nurses do in a typical shift or a typical time period. I think nurses have always done but that's innovation they're looking at gaps are looking at things that can be done more efficiently. They're looking at the end user. They're looking at patient and the patient's family and seeing their needs and just getting the job done so you know whether it's in the public health arena weather. It's in a hospital system whether it's with certain disease states. Certainly we've seen it through the pandemic nurses Innovators and really helped to shape. The quality and the efficiency of clinical practice. So again i would just say you know. I think nurses have to stop quiet. Innovators in really very loud about how nurses nursing can lead in healthcare in healthcare transformation at nine loves it and i mean you're absolutely bryant. On average nurses do twenty seven work arounds or shit at the bedside to constantly innovating but innovations are not seen as innovations. They're seen short-circuiting it system and that products and processes and protocols were put into place that were supposed to drive outcomes those inefficiencies. I speak back to your entire idea that you knew. These models were developed about providing care from that perspective. Not for how can we drive efficiencies. Both for the workforce as well as for the patient. So i love that..

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"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:59 min | Last month

"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:35 min | Last month

"humana" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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Blue Cross Blue Shield Will No Longer Waive All COVID-19 Treatment Costs

Business Wars Daily

01:52 min | Last month

Blue Cross Blue Shield Will No Longer Waive All COVID-19 Treatment Costs

"The early months of the pandemic people who were hospitalized for covert nineteen infections and had private insurance could be reasonably sure. They wouldn't end up with crushing medical bills analysis. By the kaiser family foundation were kf f found that in november of last year nearly ninety percent of people with insurance had their co pays co insurance or deductible costs waived if they had been hospitalized for a covert nineteen infection but the times. They are a changing last week. Blue cross blue shield of michigan announced that it will no longer cover all costs related to cova treatment. Starting october first hospitalized patients will be responsible for copays deductibles and co insurance for treatment of the virus. The insurer will still cover. All vaccination costs making them free to members including booster shots. The insurance company is the latest join a growing number of private insurers who were taking similar action now that vaccines are widespread and cova treatment so expensive. Insurers are holding patients responsible for their share of the costs again. Blue cross blue shield research found that the average cost for a hospitalized. Couvert nineteen patient could be as high as forty five thousand dollars. That quickly soared to over one hundred thousand dollars if the patient was in the icu. In a report out this month. Kf analyzed the two largest health plans in each state and washington dc which includes companies like kaiser cigna and united health. All of them had waived out of pocket costs at some point during the pandemic most have stopped doing so or will in the near future by the end of the nearly all will have ended such waivers. There are a few holdouts like humana which will continue cova coverage for its medicare advantage members. According to a report by fox business

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"humana" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"humana" Discussed on The big d zone

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The coronavirus has sparked a boom in digital health

Clark Howard Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

The coronavirus has sparked a boom in digital health

"I wanNA talk about something that in the midst. Of the misery and the death count's with corona virus in every bad situation. There's always good that emerges at the same time. In an example of that is how the? Health Insurance, industry, and the medical industries have both been. Extremely, hostile through the years to using modern technology such as electric visits telehealth, whatever you WANNA, call it virtual visits. And Corona virus changed all that a raw economics that were affecting the medical industry forced in industry that is always reluctant to change I mean think about. I got a question for you where else in your life name anywhere else in your life ever. That you walk in and you fill out pieces of paper. Seriously like it's nineteen, sixty five. We've got all these electronics today and you fill out paper. At hospitals and doctors offices, you must be kidding me that's how antiquated and backwards medicine is practiced. Okay. Enough about them. But Anyway Corona. Virus. Devastated the revenue models. Of the medical. Industry. People's visits to doctors collapsed. Huge number of people. To great detriment of their own health and potentially life we're not going for things even like their heart care. Or cancer care or chronic illnesses like diabetes not going for their visits they were worried they're going to walk into a doctor's office and they were gonNA come out. With Corona virus and not survive. So medicine finally was like, Hey, maybe that electronic stuff that would work maybe we could try that. Give you an example Humana. According to the Kinsey Business Journal. Nationally has already had a million telehealth visits. Averaging, thirty three thousand visits a day. Just Corona virus. Bay were having virtually zero. Gone from virtually the road a thirty three thousand day. Because doctors wanted their money. But the crazy thing is. It actually dramatically improves. Patients health apparently. because. Big percent of people. Just don't get around going to the doctor even if they have one. And with Corona virus, people just weren't going at all. So, in terms of WHO has a doctor? Anyway a primary care doctor. Only somewhere around sixty percent or so a people even have one. and. Then of those that do. If they try to schedule an appointment, usually, it's really really hard to get one. We'll telemedicine the appointments tend to be shorter they tend to be more focused. And they can eliminate problems that would happen otherwise. But what's even more important? Is. It does improve health outcomes apparently according to the American Academy of Family Physicians Research Save. Done. But. The bigger thing is by having those virtual visits. It creates a relationship. Between doctor patient that right now, even if somebody has a doctor of record, they don't have. something. Goes undetected. So they can get really sick. Who wouldn't have gotten sick somebody could die who wouldn't have died Or. Could have a chronic condition get much worse. So. This is. One of those times where? Something that disrupted all. Pretty much all our lives. is going to have a long-term positive benefit. And it was all about the money.

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"humana" Discussed on a16z

a16z

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"humana" Discussed on a16z

"Shift towards a home based model, there's a number of healthcare organizations around the country that think about the medical office as a social gathering space that people come to on a daily regular basis. You look at a lot of pace programs and. And then the healthcare is integrated into their social space and I think we have to think about making sure that there is a mechanism to check up on. People who are socially isolated a lot of health plans are now moving towards this institutional special needs plan model which are health plans that are focused on. People are either homebound. Institution bound, and a lot of the models are look like people going into the home on a regular basis to check up on people, oftentimes weekly or sometimes even daily. That's enabled again by risk based. Where you know we're looking at the total cost of care for these folks in say it's far cheaper to send a nurse practitioner to someone's home every week, then for them to go into the hospital every six weeks, and that trade off Calculus starts to make sense when you start to take a much more personal view, people. My favorite story related to. To that I heard of one of the town somewhere across the country, using the spare capacity of their nine one one department to do outbound calls to seniors who lived by themselves, but just to talk. That's amazing. The idea was also not just to provide companionship, but also talked to. You know sort of identify cognitive decline, or if the person wasn't answering. Answering after most 'cause, obviously, they could send someone in escalate, but that gets to the point that we mentioned earlier about breaking down the barriers of what we today call healthcare and thinking creatively about people who are already in our communities, where capacity probably exists where the types of resources that should be providing this kind of companionship are probably already out there in sitting around idle in many cases, and how could we sort of insert? Those kinds of things into a care model would I really would like us to do is have more grassroots movement in our industry are actually really addressing these things in a deep and more basic way. There's a great paper by will shrink from Humana new from. Where they talk about a social risk adjustment score that would actually modify payments for Medicare advantage beneficiaries. I think that's what we need. We need to really take into account..

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Minnesota governor apologizes after CNN crew is arrested

All of It

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Minnesota governor apologizes after CNN crew is arrested

"The governor of Minnesota is apologizing after CNN reporter and his crew were arrested on live TV this morning while doing their jobs covering the unrest in Minneapolis is Amy held reports CNN swiftly rebuked the actions of Minnesota state police alleging the arrest violated the journalists first amendment rights Omar Jimenez was reporting from outside a torched police precinct one of dozens of buildings burned overnight across the Twin Cities when he became the story Minnesota state patrol dressed in riot gear placed him in handcuffs without explanation hello Sir he menace another black man caught on tape being placed under arrest capped another night of violent protests over the death of George fluid in police custody humana's book to CNN shortly after he was released it did cross my mind what what is really happening here and I the one thing that gave me a little bit of comfort was that it happened on live TV the Minnesota governor is calling the arrest of Jimenez and the crew inadvertent and unacceptable Amy held NPR

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"humana" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"humana" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"You don't know what's going on with. I'm not considered at the GEKAS. Hell unto who have you done from trading on on who he e what. What is it right here in the them unless you are people that goes on forever young thugs say on no settlement over thirty yet or your pain but when you get as best juicy my gosh not mandate your God? Yeah he's he's governor. My my life for enough though Rhino. The Not big enough. You Hormone Piss. Walk Along Governor. During their South is in a player to too I know suggested felt video out of eight thinking on the you say dozens of the new check in level within. Paraly- my they're going to say that but not Humana Volvo and say right and you you got the legal. Don't you might said they and give us from blow. The musty study goes.

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The American meat shortage is pushing prices to unprecedented heights

Clark Howard Show

04:33 min | 1 year ago

The American meat shortage is pushing prices to unprecedented heights

"Now. I want to talk about the meat. Shortages that are popping up around the country and Wendy's is an example has had a problem at a bunch of their locations. I've seen estimates of a third of Wendy's locations to half of Wendy's locations have been writing out of meat. And if you go way back in time I think it was in the nineties. Wendy's had an ultra successful ad campaign. Where's the beef? Well right. Now that's a question. Wendy's has to answer because there is a beef shortage in the United States. Kroger and Costco both have instituted strong limits. On how much meat you can buy on a visit to the store to try to keep people from buying creating even worse shortages for others at the same time. Kroger has announced that it is rolling out across its stores. Impossible meets impossible burgers or something. We've talked about on the show and impossible burgers or something. It's been sold at Burger King for a while as the impossible walker. You pay a dollar more for it at Burger King but now the meat substitutes the ones made from plant food or whatever they are exactly I can tell you that a lot of people find the taste very appealing. I actually prefer an impossible burger to regular red meat so people because of the shortage of real beef and the run up in price of real beef may actually find that meat substitutes like from beyond an impossible and others may actually be cost equivalent or cheaper and will more likely be available. So if you've never been ended this as a health thing I'm not sure it's healthier It's not been something you've cared about but you like the taste of meat. It really may be a time that you give it a try not typically going to cost you more right now to these substitutes and you may find that you really like them and the supply issues are not is likely to be in the picture for these and so I know that is. I've had posts in the past from traditional cattle farmers. This has been a very upsetting piece of conversation that I've had from time to time on the show. But what happens when there's shortages of anything or the price runs up of one particular item. You light people do product substitution. It's part of what we do as consumers and it's always been if you go to the produce section and strawberries suddenly are really boosted and price. And you see next to them that raspberries or a deal or bananas or whatever you substitute and we do this many times without even thinking about it consciously we do see the price of one thing and in turn we buy something else and I think we're going to see a lot of that. In the corona virus era. I was talking with a relative who win. It was really hard to get toilet paper. Bought this really By his telling absolutely horrendously terrible toilet paper so that they would have some in the house and his wife is not having it at all is not adjusting to this and I was telling him. Hey you know toy paper is much more available again and I don't know maybe that really crummy stuff just becomes your backup but we adapt as people and what we choose to put on the table. And what we eat. We will also adjust to that and find other things that were comfortable eating if the port we like is not available. Bacon is not available. Let's

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The Endless Opportunity Mindset

The Daily Boost

08:16 min | 1 year ago

The Endless Opportunity Mindset

"This age more than ever. There is more flexibility in how you earn living how you spend your time than any at any time in history and you can really decide to do it. Why don't you do that sometimes? Well Because Society Tells us what to do from a time where a kid and we go through school we get out. We start doing our thing for you. Know at twenty years have passed. And we're still doing our thing. Even though it wasn't our thing to begin with you can choose whatever you want to choose. How do you do that? Well somewhere deep inside you. Can you just admit to me? There is something there that you'd like to do. It's a little bit different. It could be better. It could be bigger. Who knows but it's different. It's down inside. It probably makes you smile just a little bit and maybe there's some times that you sit back and Humana wish I could just do this or maybe you love what you do. I'm not saying you don't but there's something somewhere you can make a change the very minute that you believe that anything that can you can conjure up in your mind as possible as long as you believe you can do it and take some action toward it and get clarity the very minute. You believe that you'll change everything. Anything is possible for you. If you are willing to at least do that and I think you are. How are Ya hates me? Scott Smith Founder. Chief motivating officer here and motivation to move dot com. What a Week. This has so many phone calls so many emails so much interactivity going on chat with folks are just so much too many cool things you know. What's really cool can I? Can I chat with you just a second? It's really neat. Because I like human potential. I like going forward. I like big ASS goals. I like to say let's do this and see what I can do. Its way outside the norm. Sometimes it's way outside the lines. People say Scott. What are you doing and then usually happens is not too long after that they go. How'd you do it? I love that kind of stuff and when I hear folks doing that when I hear folks that maybe in a Rut or dreaming and wishing and hoping and suddenly they get it. Bomb trick is to click happens and they take action massive and perfect action simply making a mess until they get there because you can clean it up later right. Bugah save money. Isn't everything but you can make a mess and then the money will help you clean it up. What I see that happened. I get so excited. 'cause lives change a change every single minute of the day and we have nine minutes today so you can change a lot today. Sometimes getting that change though. Sometimes change comes down to It comes down to opportunity. Have you noticed that I like to have an endless opportunity mindset? I want to chat about opportunity with you a little bit today and maybe we should start by saying. Are you the kind of person that looks for opportunity? Do you know what opportunity is. Are you getting bad and going on autopilot all day long paying the bills taking care of responsibilities do you happen? You're you're doing and you're not looking outside your world. I I will venture to say a lot of people do that. It's okay because side is kind of racist to be that way you get in the job. You've got responsibility. You got the schedule to keep. You gotta do stuff before during and after work the whole thing. It's Kinda hard to look for additional opportunity. That may really make your dreams come true. So I guess we're presuming that you have your dreams. You have some goals and now you're looking out there but some people even have that some people have an idea of what they WANNA do. They have an idea where they wanna go. Maybe that shoe and yet they're not looking for the places to take advantage of that to move yourself into Ford momentum. Remember back when you were a kid a longtime ago no one. That was as a kid. I was Gosh I was just in my early teens and I decided that I was going to. I was going to be radio guy is going to be a DJ or as my mom would say a DJ. I'll she says it that way but until she doesn't I decided that very early on ask anybody who do be in high school and they knew that I was going to be. Discharged is GonNa be on the radio. Yes I was young. Yes I was eager. Yes I was driven. I was so driven. Walk Right into radio stations and just demand to speak to the guy on the air and scared to death. I thought it was from the. Fcc pretty intimidated through being a kid. And as I got through going to school as got out in the real world I was intimidated by it and it stopped me in so many ways because I would just show up and do my job and look around all other fancy people with more experience and and they had so much self-confidence and so much success at I I didn't have yet. I was intimidated by that. I'm enough of a scrapper kind of guy that I just go right up there and just challenge him. Which didn't always work out that well but I'm still intimidated by it. Wow I know back in the day I was Kinda wondering if it was even possible to reach my dreams. You're have been that way. You're felt like that idea what you WanNa do in your world and how you want to change your life and yet you're like I don't even know if it's possible Twi we always talk about. You need to believe in yourself and believe that you can do. It's hard to get to you for some people and there's so much competition of the world. Have you looked around and more so than ever before because of the Internet and all the communication? We have these days. What used to be really hard along time ago to stand out in the crowd because there is no method to stand out in the crowd. And if you were able to break through because there is no communication method to do it then you really stood out right. That's movie stores are made but these days everybody stands out in. The crowd is easy for anybody to be somebody more competition than ever. It's easy to sit down and say. Gosh where's the opportunity so I have a mindset that I have used for very long time? I'll use it I used to yesterday. I'LL USA Today. I'll use it tomorrow and when I look at my world in this very competitive world that I live in I will look at this mindset and say this is this is how I get where I want to go so I kind of have an idea how my lifestyle needs validify. Sure you do too. I know what I like and what you don't like and I'm going to strive to keep it that way but somewhere within all these people in this world somewhere within all this competition. I'm looking to make my dreams come true. I know something about this. Every single person in the world has some frustration and they feel some sense of desperation now. I do this when I think about business in particular but certainly when I'm doing coaching and some of the life coaching stuff that I do but when it comes to business. I always do this. I look at business I say. Wow I know there's a boss someplace. It's really frustrated. It can't find the right people. He needs a solution for his business. He doesn't know how to do it. In many cases who he he or she made me separate or a desperate. They don't know what's going on they but they also don't know something else they don't know where to find me and I can help them so that's the first mindset. I always have is somewhere within all these seven point. Five billion people in the world. There are people who need what I do. There are people who really need my skill set. They really need help. They feel frustrated. They're desperate where is somebody who could help me? They don't know where to find me when I had that mindset. That really makes me. Wow that's cool kind of excited by that right same thing. If you're looking for a job there is somebody who needs you right now with unemployment rates the way they are guaranteed somebody needs. You might number to. My job is to help them. Find me I'm going. GonNa sit back and wait for them to find me. That's not gonNA work. I gotta get in front of him somehow when they do the other mindset. I have is wow. They can't believe their luck. Where have you been all my life? Seriously they're excited because they found a possible solution now at this point. I have to make sure it's a good fit for me as well because I say don't somebody else and their agenda. Pull you off your track. But if you know who you're looking for and you know what problem you can solve. It's very likely when they find you when you help them find you that that they're not going to believe their luck and there go my. Gosh you're doing exactly what I need to do. It for me could be a personal relationship by the way it really could be could be just a simple man had been look if you all my life as a matter where it is so. I'm looking for all these people who really don't know what to do and they just haven't found me yet and I'm going to help them find me. Could be sending resume could be setting. Email could be showing that a beating could just go into a restaurant and strike into the conversation. I went to a conference. The other day wasn't even registered for the conference never went inside. I walked with walked away with so many contexts. I just walked up to people just assume it was a podcast conference. I just assumed that I could probably help them that. They probably need me because they're trying to do what I'm doing. Cited started talking to him and guess what card after car after car. After car. All the business I could ever want if I want it other sort of the mindset to when we meet these people that are really looking for me and they really think I can help them. I remember something. I remember to be grateful. I remember to be humble. I remember to come from a place of service. How can I help? How can I help

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Stocks climb after Joe Biden wins big on Super Tuesday

WBZ Midday News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Stocks climb after Joe Biden wins big on Super Tuesday

"Or told that is super Tuesday is having a major impact on stocks the Dow is rising four hundred ninety two points the nasdaq up a hundred fourteen the S. and P. at forty six almost half of the Dow's gain is from here a United health the stock is surging twelve percent the most eleven years humana cigna and other health insurance companies are doing just about as well and the traders are giving credits to Joe Biden's super Tuesday showing health insurance investors have not been fans of senator Bernie Sanders and Medicare for

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CAR T-Cell Therapy and the Future of Cancer Treatment

Healthcare Triage Podcast

09:07 min | 1 year ago

CAR T-Cell Therapy and the Future of Cancer Treatment

"Today we're GONNA be talking to Cherie Virago professor of medicine and medical molecular genetics and also director of the stem cell program. I use school of Medicine. He Generals General's GonNa talk to us today about stem cell. Therapy and car T.. Therapy in particular which you may have heard in the news but before we get to that. Let's start with some basics first of all. Welcome to the program program thank you. Can you tell us in general what it means to be not only a professor of medicine but a professor of medical and molecular genetics so medical Michael Molecular Genetics. It's a very broad term It's it's really looking at the molecular basis of disease Not just inherited a disease but Many of the diseases have a molecular basis. Even if they're not directly inherited had he actually look get to the molecular basis. What kind of research technologies are you using? The biggest technology at the moment is Sequencing genes particularly in in terms of Chewers in my area sequencing can cell's genome to identify particular mutations. That could be targetable identifying mutations Sion's that in future could be Way We could design drugs perhaps decided Also there are ways of personalizing Medicine in a way Way We can identify Because not all cancer even the same kind of cancer is not all Homogeneous there's a lot of heterogeneity so if you can identify certain mutations in a person's at cancer cell you may be able to target that specifically perfect for that person's cancer as opposed to all the people with that kind of cancer. So how do you train to do this kind of work so in your career career how what did you do to get to this point. Well I guess there are various ways of getting there the way I got there. I trained actually in Australia Did all my hematology. Aw called you training in Australia. And then I did a PhD. That was more related to stem cell transplantation rather than molecular medicine at the time and then I moved to Ohio state where I stayed there for about six years on faculty and then the opportunity came to lead the transplant program. Ram At Indiana University. So I moved there in two thousand six. So we're talking about treating cancer. Is it all kinds of cancer or specific kinds of cancer. Turner accident well as a stem cell transplant. we're really focusing on hematological. Kansas blood cancers So leukemia multiple myeloma lymphoma. These are the ones that are amenable really to stem cell transplantation. You talk about what the differences are between those three short so It's really the cell of origin or the origin of the cancer so leukemia we're really talking about Cancers of blood stem cells the bone marrow in multiple myeloma. We're really talking about Cancer cells plasma cells which really part of the immune system in lymph falmouth with talking about cancer cells that are also part of the immune system that the less differentiated cells than the Coloma. So what what causes these. What makes someone developed one of those types of cancer? Well that's a really good question and we don't know all the the answers to that but It the it's silly as with other Kansas to I'll just blood cancers there are Hits in the genome of the the cans of the cells that turns them on to become cancerous essentially and so once they become cancerous. They just start growing multiplying without controls trolls. That the gist of it. Or Yeah. That's basically it they. They're able to multiply without control but they're also able to survive better They have a survival advantage compared to their normal counterparts talking about the history of treatment of those types of cancer. Like what do we do. And what are we. What are we got into now? And specifically of course what is stem cell therapy. Happy at the end. Yes so you know historically the we have been treating and we still the do treat These cancers with conventional cytotoxic agents these agents are essentially cellular toxins that cause DNA damage to the cells and as a result they The cells sells died and they because cancer cells tend to divide more frequently or more rapidly than normal cells and these conventional channel cytotoxic target the proliferating cells more than the Doman cells. So we're able to Mo- selectively kill cancer cells. But they are. They also affect normal cells as well as things have evolved We are now able to. We learn more about the genetics of the Kansas. His when now able to design drugs that particularly targets in pathways molecular pathways. That these cancer cells depend on so Treatment has become Less toxic to the to the patient in general so we're trying to target specifically just killing the cancer while not killing other other rapidly or any other kinda cells in the body. So what is then stem cell. Therapy like what. What's the difference between what skyping there and then going all the way to say? We're GONNA do a stem cell. Trance have so in some cases not all Kansas but some Kansas are also amenable to stem cell transplant therapy. And they're really too broadly. Speaking to approach is one where we use. The patient's own stem cells called tolerance stem cell transplantation. And where we use dona cells or allogeneic stem cell transplantation so with autologous transplantation plantation would really reverting back to the classic cytotoxic approach way we give very high doses of chemotherapy to Kill Oh as many cancer cells as possible. One of the side effects of this is that it will also cools a permanent damage to the bone marrow of people without stem cell support report. They would Essentially die of marrow failure so to collect stem cells. I there on stem cells assuming their stem cells not diseased. Then when you can give high dose. Chemotherapy give back stem cells and allow the marrow to recover so I have a couple questions there first of all. How do you get the stem cells? Out So stem cells live predominantly in the bone marrow But they do circulate the blood so you can either collect directly from the bone marrow but more commonly family today in the autologous approach we give growth factors which can move stem cells to circulate more in the blood and then we collect them. I'm by a process called a ferocious. Where basically they are collected a blood donor machine essentially that will collect them from the blood? How do you how do you how are you sure? You're not collecting cancer cells at the same time you do Some of these stem cell products will be contaminated but to some extent by cancer sells but it seems that most relapses after autologous transplantation occur not because of contamination. But because you really the the chemo a high dose chemotherapy that you've given has not killed the last cancer cell in the body. So how are you also assured that the stem cells are not. Can't where's the cancer come from. If it's not coming mm from stem cells as the simpsons or what about the sort of the the. He met a poetic stem cells. That give rise to the sherm tie. He met a point system. MM-HMM SO For example in multiple myeloma these inadequate ext themselves are not cancerous. Okay and in lymphomas Somali. They are not not cancerous. Can you just give us just a brief description of what the poetic system is so the Humana poetic system is essentially all blood forming cells and immune cells so the very primitive stem cells that give give rise to the humanitarian existent. They give rise to white cells red cells platelets as well as the components of the immune in systems such as B. Cells. T. Cells natural killer cells. We're just trying to figure out in my head and where it comes from. Because if if the are the white blood cells coming from the bone marrow in the stem cells though in development I it depends on the Canada Essentially for example if we take multiple well my Lama so the Within the immune system one cancer cell becomes Transform to become malignant and phones a clone in that clone of actually expands and has sub clones of its own and that's really the cancer but that's not arising from a in the actual stem cell of the very primitive stem cell that gives rise to all the blood forming cells in the Merrill.

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"humana" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"humana" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"AB humana Albuquerque keeps you pop culture Justin Bieber will revealing his documentary that he's contracted Lyme disease sources say Justin and others in his life discusses symptoms indoors at last year for most of the year his condition went undiagnosed doctors struggle to figure out what was wrong with it and figured out late last year no one knows how Justin contracted the disease but it comes from a back in November Justin was spotted with an IV in his arm and he wants to treat the Lyme disease not a vitamin trip like everyone thought the good news is that he's been diagnosed being treated with the proper manner his skin cleared up and is ready for his upcoming album release and tour Justin opened up about his diagnosis and here he's also suffering from a severe case of chronic mono which he says affected his brain function and overall health he said he will reveal more eighties documentary which drops January twenty seventh on I heart radio this I hop podcast channel exclusively on I heart radio or podcasts after that NBC news update tested over time and distance tried by circumstances and decisions pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America I do solemnly swear to bear true faith and allegiance to help you when you are in need to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth to.

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Emotional Intelligence and Success

The Goal Digger Podcast

15:12 min | 2 years ago

Emotional Intelligence and Success

"I am so excited. I feel like as I've been watching you as you're unfolding in this kind of new evolution of tico. I am like in the front row seat with my Chin on the stage. It's like bring it on and so welcome to the show you are going to blow our minds today quite literally and I'm so excited you're here. I'm excited it to be here. Thank you guys so much for the invitation in the welcome. Oh Hey okay so walk me through. We were already talking about the name Tico. The one and only blue is tico and what do you do so tico. I is this ECLECTIC woman who I don't know I feel like I'm a patchwork of life. I feel like you know people say their stories. I feel like there's so many chapters I try to embrace all of them to become Tico so my current chapter looks like marriage of before eighteen years in December. I have two babies their babies to me died September but she's still baby and then my son is ten so one boy will grow. I get to love them equally and have a favorite of both I tell them you're my favorite son so I love that and I currently trained corporations organizations and team leaders on emotional intelligence really big on. I'm really big on human behavior. Actually in so I study I've been a student of human behavior for so long. It seems like that's been the common trend in my entrepreneur journey and transitions from whatever focuses in that season and so right now emotional intelligence which is really not a new phenomenon but it's very you know things start trending and catching on and so it's one of those things that people are really starting to pay attention attention to and so that's what I teach train on. I love that wind trends lineup with our visions and you're like yes like right now. Big eyebrows are in in and I'm like I've only waited thirty one years for eyebrows to be were being back here to that's about my head. It's like I've been doing this. Since I was eighteen. I'm forty three now but when I see people like combat hair. Don't care like yes there in getting a welcome to the farming one. Here's your hat hat throughout the fire. Okay okay still breakdown. What emotional intelligence is because. I feel like we're on the cusp of this but for a lot of this is kind of new so break it down for us. It is in Seoul emotional. Intelligence is interesting. I can. I tell you what it's not. Just love starting with what it's not I because I think people have in their minds. I believe with information so readily at our fingertips. People have already made up their mind that they know something are everything so. I'm always like what is it Matt. I start with that so what emotional intelligence is not. It's not this excuse to be emotional and I'm doing open. Air quotes emotional beans as just whatever you feel what I feel inside get to say I get to feel. It and you have to accept it. It's not an excuse for being emotional and it's not not an a way to suppress emotions because I hear that too where people think it's it's the way to Kinda cage which you're filling in Caja emotions and I'm using those words interchangeably for now but hopefully I get an opportunity to tell you. What's the difference round? We're sitting motions and feelings but it's not a way to cage them. Essentially really it's our way that we are able to first identify our own emotions appropriately. That's the key there is are we identifying them appropriately early and then are we able to see the emotions in other people and that's really key about emotional intelligence so it's not just about understanding what I'm filling in real time in real life it's about can I see with that other person possibly feeling to and can I label it correctly and then he's taking both of those things and determining how you're gonNA respond and the goal is for that response to be beneficial to whatever the outcome is wow and so this up blue it's really I know it sounds really deep at some point but another way of simpler way maybe look at it and say it's how I connect emotionally to experiences in encounters counters that are happening around me so it's how I'm connecting whether it's to the people to the experience to the opportunity to just happen to me. It's how am I connecting emotionally. I love that okay so let's dive into the difference between emotions and feelings because I feel like this is important and I. I want to understand it better to yes. I love that was printing. It's interesting because the little quick back story about how I ended up at the emotional intelligence partial long I was doing the branding and strategy for teams and I've worked with over two hundred entrepreneurs on building their brands their strategy their stories and what I recognize what they really were trying to do is fix what they were filling and so when it came the big teams. I found a huge problem if they wanted in result. They didn't really care about the good work entrepreneurs he cared more about the validation and not the product and I just kinda got got sick of seeing that I'm like. I don't think these people get that behind. All this good stuff are human and there's something that makes humans work there something that connects all all of us and if you look up the definition of humanity you'll essentially see that's what connects us all is really how we feel how we act how respond are temperament and our emotions in consoled. That's how I even landed into guy do something different than just coming up with these in results but not focusing on the actual people that drive the results and this works in life life and his marriage and as a wife. I'm wife went. Hey there's some women who aren't intimated going but whatever it is for your success story at the end. There's a a human that has to drive it and so we're made up of human emotions and feelings. Excuse me so we're made up of human I mean humans humans humans are made of emotions and feelings and so the important thing is to know. How do they different so that's where we of course. What's about amazing in so can? I just say I listen to a bunch of your pass and I love that they feel like teaching moments. You feel like someone sitting in on audio. Classrooms built who may mean fight like this is going to refund student today as I follow you. I am like T go. You're a wealth of knowledge and inspiration but like this is something I I I mean. I know you say it's not new but like for a lot of us. It's something that we haven't necessarily considered in the development of brands of businesses where for now it's like. You're turning lightbulbs. Oh we'll go because that's important so it's literally thinking about what drives us so if we were to talk about emotions and and feelings right there's nothing we do as disconnected from any most you and we're going to talk about some of those emotions which makes it even more poignant where we can can actually drive home the point so let's talk about the difference between them so a feeling a feeling is really your belief about something so if I say let's talk about the feeling of love. I think love is in the air. You will love as an example so if I tell you I feel that love exists for everyone. I'm telling you my belief about love. I'm saying that I believe in love. I believe love Israel. I believe love. Can you know it exists. I believe the left can be attained. It can be found so every time we say I feel also giving you what I believe about that. Feeling which means it comes from almost like a learned a a better way to say yes. Feelings are more of a learned behavior so if anybody's writing than it's easy to see it this way so feelings we learn because we learned beliefs right so we might learn about love based the stuff we saw growing up and the crazy thing about that is always say we either gravitate or deviate from what we see so whatever you've learned it doesn't mean you're going to mimic what you learn. You're going to make your your own beliefs based off what you've learned so if you saw a loving relationship between your parents you might say that's exactly what I want. If you grew up say like me I grew up in a single parent home in there was no father around. I still knew what I wanted because I'm as far as a loving relationship because I didn't have it deviated native from what I experienced but I learned my belief based off of what I saw so because I didn't see a father so my mom struggling trying to keep what with three kids it gets crazy. 'cause we all have three last names so go figure in my mind again. I don't want any of that right so I love my belief about loved my feelings about about love based off of what I saw so I think that's just like this sidebar. That's important that when I say that you develop you learn what you feel you learned your beliefs does not necessarily you learn exactly i. I know some people say well. I didn't see it so maybe no you still learn what you feel about. It based off of what you've experienced so feelings are these things that we learn is based off of a training raining. It could be what we've been exposed to. It could be what we practice. Sometimes we have like spiritual rituals or spiritual beliefs or religious beliefs that make us think a certain way about something another example. I love this like right now. We have so many women right we never had this many women run for the office of President and and some of us have feelings behind it some we won't call it. They're good or bad positive or negative but some have very strong feelings about should a woman be in leadership while that tells me what my belief is about women in leadership. What do I really believe should be happening. Do I believe women can take on that role. Do I believe women could be so focused to drive a whole country right and so that tells me what I believe now that's where it separates from emotions because he motions almost watch this usually when I watch only watch anything right here this field this many motion is an instinctual response to the feeling so it's usually the reason it's instinctual here's here's where we all get to become like scientists really quick okay instinctual biological. It's a biological response to what we feel and end so think about the last time you were angry. You probably got hot. You've probably started sledding. Me Probably started studying in my hand. I don't have hair Zorba sweat. Do you might freeze in the moment you might find yourself shaking because anger is a biological response and everything about our emotions of the same way if you're frightened how you're frightening home frightened in a might look exactly the same physically except we're two different women from in two different backgrounds. You might be my sister from another Mr but it's apparent they looking at us. We're two totally different women but we're going to who express that emotion about anger and fear and happiness the same so really quick here are the basic emotions there's like four basic emotions oceans and those are happiness sadness fear and anger and from there we have all these other ones that look like anxiety -iety depression can be an emotion. We have so many and you'll hear compassion excitement grief. Brown does a really good job. I'm going to add that to something for a Europe followers for all the gold diggers but she has a list of all these emotions. There's almost like twenty seven may once but the four core ones are happiness sadness fear anger that that's that does that help you could good because wrestle emotions are literally they kind of follow feelings so you have these beliefs about something and then it drives your actually motion behind it so you're filling about this. Does that make you angry so using our love example really quick. If you think about about how we say you know the the love and emotion might be if I'm scared of love so let's go with someone who's afraid of love then. I might get nervous. If someone flirts with me. I might get angry when I see see all these. Mary couples actors if love is in Biarritz of this rainbow right but but if I believe in love and I'm excited by love every time I see one of those shows I come addicted to a Bachelorette. Maybe people who probably believe in that right and so emotions show up based off your belief so does that have that step. Can I ask a question then yes so we've been actually it thinking now that you as you're breaking down and like I have been exploring emotional intelligence so much with my daughter as she's starting to put connections together of what you know like stranger danger or like going to the nizer and so like we were at the doctor the other day and she had to get shots and the doctor is like we'll next next time she comes. She's going to be afraid of me and I was like well. I don't want her to be fearful of this. So the feeling of either she attributes the doctor to you. A positive or a negative will drive the emotion correct. Okay yes yes that's exactly right and in that example fell in depends because now your among so there's such thing I should say there's a such thing on creating for emotional intelligence period and raise any personal intelligence. That's like something really working for the new. I I am first in line for this. This is GonNa be exciting because what happens is. It's what we show our kid when they're kids. They're they're literally picking up how we response so she sees you really so. I call my doctor my children's doctor my first name. Betas when they see her. She's be almost as part of her care not as apparent. Eh Care System right so you know what is your voice. She's here to give you all the candy you know Grandma's Air Force us here to give you more like they under talk of how you built those relationships are key and I know we're GonNa am hopefully talk about a about the tests and the difference between E. Q. And but since ships are a key component so if you can keep that in mind for your daughter right now she's watching the relationships USA with other people. Oh and that's how she's going to be so she might say doctor hurt me but when the doctor says oh I'm so sorry she's readily to receive such you might be more nervous than Matt and Love Humana for nervous Adrian. It's the dot I'm ill again like just exploring this in so many ways because I'm like how do I want to teach her and lead her and I don't don't want to invoke fear on traveling or anything like that you know and a lot of common fears. Mike I believe a lot of it is taught either either intentionally or unintentionally by parents who are kind of making their children afraid of something. Maybe I over analyze all of this but I I just feel like manure in my head right

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A new story from Politics, Policy, Power and Law

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

A new story from Politics, Policy, Power and Law

"Minute you was stocks are posting record gains the Dow Jones industrial average up a hundred eighty five points to twenty seven thousand forty six S. and P. five hundred up by points the nasdaq climbing ten the biggest gainers today pharmacy benefit managers including United health cigna anthem humana in CVS

Two Percent discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Two Percent discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"CVS health up four and a half percent. Of course, they've got drugstores got a pharmacy benefit manager. They've got a health insurer. Well, they raise their full your earnings forecast after first quarter results projections and. Health insurer. Humana. Up two percent. That company raising the low end of this year's profit forecast after first quarter earnings

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5 Pharmacy Benefit Managers called for next round of Capitol Hill hearings

Dave Ramsey

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

5 Pharmacy Benefit Managers called for next round of Capitol Hill hearings

"Executives from five major pharmacy. Benefit managers are heading to Capitol Hill to discuss the cost of prescription drugs. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has that story. Chairman of the Senate finance committee says the executives from Cigna CVS Humana. Optum Rx and prime therapeutics have agreed to appear on April night. Members of the committee have been highly critical of pharmacy benefit managers or P B M 's which are often referred to as middlemen because they administer prescription drug plans for large employers part of their job is to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies and health insurance companies for discounts on prescription drugs. In a statement committee chairman Chuck Grassley says middlemen in the healthcare industry patients and taxpayers and explanation of

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"humana" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"humana" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Yet. I'll I'll help him. He wrote that, you know, all the presidents have had dogs, and you know, and it takes shows you compassion. And you know, he would take care of it. And I'm not convinced. All right. Well, yeah. 'cause when you are getting a dog, you're gonna have it longer than the life of maybe a couple of cars, you know, people check jobs locations, if you have a dog tend at twenty years, you know, think of all the milestones that dog goes through with you. That's a good argument. On the other hand all the good that a dog will do for your son because he's got a best friend. He's gonna learn about having responsibility. It's teaches his communication skills because he's actually speaking a new language dog. That's true. I see I believe Bryk and argue. So what are some other things, I know have plucked some things from your book animals arby's? But before we bid a do is there a couple ones that you wanna make sure that we kind of piqued the interest of the of our listeners. Yeah. I'm peacock mantis shrimp. Okay. Is beautiful looking multicolored shrimp, but the packs a real punch, they say, it's not good for a tank clip. Put it in a glass tank because when it punches with its claw it could break glass. It's that straw. Wow. This shell of pray and even heats up the water when it does that. So you gotta look out for the peacock mantis shrimp. Another it is it is it something people would try to eat as a delicacy. I know now I mean, it looks to the peeling. It's really could look beautiful by Humana. Fighting into it a bites back, and you have to go to the dentist. L man could probably. Definitely gotta get live. There are so many here that I just love I think a really cool, but one is there's a kid love this one. There's a translucent there's a frog with translucent skin will the glass fraud, and you can see inner organs, and when it's alive, you could see its heart pumping. You could see capillaries in beans and kids are just floored by this, and I have asked what do you think it'd be like humans had translucent skin? And I think it would be fascinating. Right. And I think it also would be a little gross. But at the same time, it might, you know, you Moniz people more, but scientists have looked into why these frogs have translucent skin, and their best theory is that it's good camouflage when they're lying on a leaf they just blend into the background. So that once. Yeah, really, they're just so many near there's that one if we can go back to a king of mansion the little frog kid to mama frog. No, no..

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Some Syrians React To U.S. Withdrawal With Worry, Fear

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:52 min | 3 years ago

Some Syrians React To U.S. Withdrawal With Worry, Fear

"All right. Let's go now to northeastern Syria their local fighters allied with US troops are angered by President Trump's decision to withdraw forces from the country. This is a mostly Kurdish region near the Turkish border. NPR's Ruth Sherlock. Is there gauging the reaction? Of course, the lush green grass plains of northeastern Syria. US military bases are not hard to find their sprawling complexes protected by white mud Bank defenses and high watchtowers. The perimeter of the base. We reach is guarded by the US's local allies, Kurdish fighters overall NPR Ricky Roddam, Ricky that was eventually God's let us turn into a vast campout. US soldiers drive past in humvees and bulletproof SUV's. No Americans will talk to us. But the Kurdish soldiers let us sit with them. They offer sweet tea and talk using only their first names as they don't have formal authorization to speak. Six Hubbard says the mood on the basis being grim since President Trump announced to withdraw from Syria. Just as the decision has prompted ranking US administration officials to resign in America. He hears from the US soldiers on the base that they are also angry. The ultimate is on. And you know, what the reaction of Americans in the US is about this decision. It's the same for their military members. You're also the US soldiers this base year to fight against ISIS and against terrorism. So just as they didn't like it in America here. They also don't like it. His twenty five year old. Muhammad says the everyone here both Kurdish and American believes that this withdrawal may allow ISIS to return. The Huzzah ally annoy Humana this decision is very dangerous because we're still fighting ISIS on the front line in a gene down even in those areas where we forced ISIS out. There's still thousands of sleeper cells be all know that they're still active. There's no exact timeline for when US troops may go home. And some in the US are still trying to change Trump's mind. But Kurdish officials and local residents are also afraid of another consequence of the decision. A threatened invasion by Turkey Turkey sees Kurds in this area as being aligned with terrorists in recent days. It's a mass troops on the border and threatened military action. Once the US departs. Scottish officials scramble for a solution. We come across local residents, we're finding that own way to cope. Protest Madden limited sitting around on Chas others spending, dancing, dub, k traditional dance here. Relating and this is all in opposition to Turkey and the threat of the tax you here. I'm the mother cities. You're there. I'm the Hudson with Turkey just miles away from her village visible on the horizon, fifty five year old Amina boozy says the world has to restrain Turkey's president Rachel type urged one as I'm the other though let me want all the international countries to help us because air to one is a wolf lose mouth drips blood. She's a mother of eight and says that five of her children are in the Kurdish forces who would have to fight in the offensive an organizer of the protest adamant shaker says it's one of a number of events they've planned. There is a cliche. He says it's designed to send a message to tacky that even without US. Hope the Kurds here. We'll never leave the land rooster. Look NPR news northern Syria.

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10 Palestinian militants, Israeli commando killed after botched military operation

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

10 Palestinian militants, Israeli commando killed after botched military operation

"Reaction to the shooting. He simply said again in disbelief a health insurance expert is offering US military veterans advice on. On Medicare director of the veterans channel. Humana. At Sandra says, there's one thing about Medicare that confuses many veterans some veterans think if they move from the system to original Medicare or Medicaid advantage that they'll lose coverage, and that isn't truth. Sandra says either traditional Medicare or Medicare Advantage plans can actually supplement the VA's healthcare system with a broader network of providers Sanford mentions this because the annual Medicare Advantage and prescription drug enrollment period is on now the next year from blue moon brew master Keith via will be quite different from the typical alcoholic beverage as part of Syria brewing company via will launch the grain wave Belgian style ale which contains no alcohol and five milligrams of THC. It will be the first to have the ingredient in it instead of hemp as with most cannabis infused drinks federal law, prohibits the use of marijuana in alcoholic beer, the will debut in Colorado next month with plans for release in California and Nevada soon. Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. Forty five percent of women surveyed chose an open GYN procedure. Because they're OBGYN said their condition was too complex for a minimally invasive option.

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Walmart, Linda Kenyon and Trump discussed on Frontlines of Freedom

Frontlines of Freedom

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Walmart, Linda Kenyon and Trump discussed on Frontlines of Freedom

"A bigger slice of the health industry marketplace here's correspondent linda kenyon the wall street journal reports walmart is an early talks with humana which is a major provider of medicare advantage program that covers people sixty five and older the journal says walmart and humana are discussing a number of options including acquisition of humana walmart has not commented on the story a number of healthcare deals have been announced in recent months involving health insurance companies pharmacy benefit managers and retailers of correspondent linda kenyon reporting president trump surprised a few people this week with his nominee for veterans affairs secretary in replacing david schulkin at the b the president turned to his own white house physician dr roddy jackson is profile had risen after he conducted a press conference about the president's medical exam back in january the president has said to have been very impressed at the time with jackson's performance breaking news and analysis can be found at townhall dot com pope ascetic firearms.

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South Korea seeking clarity on Trump comments on trade deal

The Jim Bohannon Show

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

South Korea seeking clarity on Trump comments on trade deal

"Nice to have the board here the request in about thirty days walmart maybe looking to dive deeper into the healthcare market general reports walmart is in early talks with humana which is a major provider of medicare advantage a program that covers people sixty five and older the journal says walmart and humana are discussing a number of options including acquisition of humana walmart has not commented on the story a number of healthcare deals have been announced in recent months involving health insurance companies pharmacy benefit managers and retailers that is correspondent linda kenyon reporting us customs and border protecting protection acting deputy commissioner roger de ronald de video reporters friday and how the administration plans to spend the one point six billion that congress authorized for border wall construction this year we're on track to to twenty miles of border wall insanitary some new mexico groundbreaking scheduled for april early april and officials are hoping to break ground on a project replacing twenty miles of border wall and santa teresa new mexico in early april south korea says it's trying to find out what president trump meant when he made remarks in linking the recently renegotiated south korea us free trade agreement with talks on denuclearizing north korea to koreas agreed to hold a summit april twenty seven before a possible meeting between mr trump and north korean leader kim jong hoon just last week north korean leader supposedly took a special train to beijing more on these stories at townhall dot com.

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Walmart talking with Humana on closer ties; acquisition possible: sources

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Walmart talking with Humana on closer ties; acquisition possible: sources

"Mart's pharmacies a closer relationship could allow humana patients to seek basic services like lab testing at walmart it's a service the company began providing last summer talks about potential deal between walmart and humana follow previous acquisitions pairing retailers with health services providers in december cvs agreed to buy aetna and in march cigna plan to purchase express scripts shares of humanitarian more than ten percent in after hours trade on the news in london i'm the bbc's victoria craig for marketplace let's do the numbers markets in the us europe in many parts of asia closed today for good friday but in tokyo and shanghai we're trading was open stocks capped off the first quarter on a high note ending in positive territory now in the past positive statistics from sub saharan africa were hard to come by but a new world bank report says the region has achieved big reforms on gender equality shantha they've rajin is acting chief economist of the world bank you told us more countries like kenya like tanzania zambia and dr congo all have made substantial strides in the last two years for instance dr congo has introduced legislation on all aspects of entrepreneurship starting a business getting access to credit signing a contract and even working women and men are exactly equal that's really quite a profound change although to be careful the it's a change in the law then there's the issue of implementation it's quite shameful that what is it well over a hundred and five countries out of one hundred eighty nine so it's more than half still have laws restricting what kinds of occupations women can work in and this ranges from things like agriculture manufacturing to construction work you would think that by now we've gotten over the idea that these occupations are not for women one of the things i found was their occupations where the workers have to lift weights that they've actually said it's not good for women.

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