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J&J's Janssen settles with WVa for $99M in opioid lawsuit

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

J&J's Janssen settles with WVa for $99M in opioid lawsuit

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"janssen" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:44 min | 2 months ago

"janssen" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"People confused because they think we're talking about Corey Perry. Set that straight. RA, what's up, buddy? Kim, I want to ask you, Billy Hussey has been absolutely terrific for the blues this year. He gets the game once that assuming they get to the playoffs. Wow, right now he would. Absolutely. And look, great guy, by the way. Really cool. It's great with the fans. All that stuff. I always got to throw that out there 'cause he truly, truly is. And he's going through a tough time right now. But man, he figured it out. He knows, it's hard to look at a better, which has been, he's been kind of digressing throughout the years. You can look at the COVID situation as a goal. It's kind of fucked up to try to be on your game. You got to get that. But he's kind of digressed. And you had this Billy Hussle who was ahead of him in the depth charts whenever benner took over, bustle was hurt. They had put better in during that 2019 run and he figured it out. But if you have a goalie and I don't care if he's put like years together of dominating, he won you Stanley Cup. And the weirdest circumstances possible. I remember the first game and Winnipeg. So Ben has been the minors the whole year. He goes on this hell of a run in 2019. He gets to Winnipeg. Somebody digged up tweets about it. Remember that? Yeah. So his most hardcore situation ever in his life with hockey. He wakes up that game day and he looks at his phone and he's everybody's passion on me. He's like, what the fuck is so he had to go meet with ruby? Had to meet with Doug Armstrong during game day and still figured it out, still found a way to collectively get his thoughts together and go on another hardcore scene on the cup run. Like there's little things that he did mentally, though he looked like I still believe in you. Like who so is getting a job done now, but if push comes to shove and you need to put better in there, he can go in that psycho mode that he's been already and I just put faith in him and I think a lot of people do too. But again, he's got to prove himself in some of these games because he's letting a lot of goals in. I think if I think if it was a playoffs tomorrow, like you said, who so gets a start and they lose game one, it might be like a grubauer situation when holtby ended up taking over in Washington where he seemed to be the starter. Now, going back to earlier in the season, I think that Benton had a good start to the year. Do you think that the, what's the term I should use? Oh yeah, let me tell you what it would be. Like the charade with I know I forget what team it was first, but then it was with Colorado and kadri, where he was like trying to fight guys. He was like swinging a stick. Do you think like maybe that became a bit of a distraction? You think that the team ended up talking to him and maybe slowed a bit of his mojo? Yeah, man, I remember that. Remember he kind of went kind of weird a couple times where you swing your stick at guys and look. I love that shit, but I like it. That's always who he's been kind of. Dude, he fought in juniors. Did he fight in juniors or maybe it was a minor, so he'd go meet somebody at center ice and go, like he's got that fuck you and him, which we all love. But on the other hand, if you're gonna swing your stick in a guy, you think they won't even stop pucks. I get in there and stop talking. You can chirp, he tripped Corey Perry one time, which kind of was kind of cool. But if you're going to swing his paddle at a dude, you know, he's pretty skinny. Like he's probably going to get his ass kicked the smile really grabs a hold of him. I'm like, if somebody, I mean, Ben, if somebody's gonna swing a pad like you're like, at the green light, the beat up a goalie, like, okay, you're gonna do that. So I'm sure I'm not gonna speak for them, but the hierarchy of the organization is probably like, you know, chill on that. We love it, but chill on it. Just go in there and do your thing. You wanna trip a little bit. Don't invite trouble because you might catch a guy that might catch it with one, and then we're at, you know? Rick de Pietro, remember that one time? Oh, Brent Johnson and Jesus. Well, what's tough to, you know, he's in the first year of a 6 year deal for 36 million. Who sows UFA. So it's kind of like a almost a tricky situation because they got to figure out what they're gonna do and maybe it's also that first year the big deal, the pressure a little bit, because things change when you start making the huge dough. I know he was making good money in the two year deal he had had, but this is a different contract to try to live up to. So maybe that's kind of been a part of it. When you make that money, the season is a grind you're like, oh God, it's just like over and over. It is sort of just still playing in a show. I don't want guys chirping, but when you're a star, man, sometimes you're like, okay, come on, playoffs. We're in a good spot. Let's get through these dog days. Let's get to the playoffs where it's meaningful. So it kind of plays your mind plays tricks on you. But look in. He's not doing well. Who says okay? Been great. The past couple games, the whole team's kind of been funky with like their D zone and shit. Turning pucks over. This set and the other. So they're getting exposed. But right now, if you want to put that, the tandem who's so and better and you're in a good spot going into the playoffs like you got your mind. It's a different animal. Yeah. At least you have two, like, biz said. Oh shit. Vladimir tarasenko, he requested a trade several months back. He's been having an outstanding 54 points of 55 games. I can't imagine they're going to trade him at this point. Again, they can a lot. That was a weird thing. It was blowing up because vladi didn't play it well. Now you didn't play it well, right? Like he was in a weird spot with no leverage. He didn't play for two, three years. He's a superstar leading up to that. It's got a good contract. Stanley Cup winner. Then you don't do much for a couple of years because you're getting your same injury over and over again. You had no leverage for the first time in your career, right? And I think it's agent kind of just you know how they are, dude. Those agents sometimes they put you in a jam. And I think it just was a little too loud, blaming people. This set in the other. And everybody's like, he's never going to be able to go out locker room and show his faint. I'm like, settle down. You walk in there. You think Ryan O'Reilly and David Brown are like, I can't deal with this, huh? Let's ignore them. No, no, they're like, this is fucking business. Come in here. Do your damn thing. We're all buddies. You've been here longer than all of us. So come in here and do your shit. Your agent was a little too loud. No one gives a fuck anymore. Just go play. Was it him or his agent who was vocal about the fact that he thought he maybe should have got to see? And is that even though that was flatty? That was in a Russian paper, I thought. Maybe he was like, fuck, maybe I did think I was having to see. I don't give a shit about that. But people thought that he wasn't going to be able to go back and out locker. I'm like, no one gives a shit. Come in here and fucking do your shit. It's a business. Someone gives a fuck. Let's go. Now he's sniping. That's all you care about..

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"janssen" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"janssen" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Removed from that couple and team biz, but Nick Letty not a bad addition at all veteran defensemen, but he's got the battle hot minutes can move the puck to a little bit of everything out there. So Doug Armstrong is convinced this is a Stanley Cup winning team. We actually have cam Jansen coming on next and he was adamant about the fact that the one missing piece they have was a left handed defenseman and they got it. Nick Letty, so let's see how they're able to roll. It's a coin toss between who's going to start playoff time between huso and Bennington if Bennington can kind of find his game or at least get back to where he was when they ended up making that run. But yeah, no, it was a solid move, great move for Detroit, I think that eisenman is so far ahead of the game in a sense of knowing what teams are going to end up needing close to the deadline where he has just been stocking up and the fact that they ended up getting sun quest. One of the guys that Janssen ends up mentioning who was very, very vital in that Stanley Cup winning performance. As one of the guys who was just running around killing guys for San Jose to get her that series when they ended up going on to win the cup. So credit, credit to both squads here and Doug Armstrong, he's playing with the house's money. If they're able to make another run with this core group with the St. Louis blues, you know, it's just a credit to him, but as far as Detroit's concerned, they are just cocked and loaded for another 20 years of playoff runs. Yeah, bes you mentioned cam Jansen so I suppose we should send it over to him and get his take on the blues. It's good stuff..

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"janssen" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:43 min | 2 months ago

"janssen" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Up front, jumbo joke can be a calming voice in the room, but he doesn't have that on ice impact that he once did. He's a fourth liner. So getting him was probably important in that regard as to he knows exactly what it takes inside those very emotional series he's been to a Cup final. He's competed against the Pittsburgh penguins in the heydays and really know what playoff performing is about. And even despite the fact that Claude Giroux is aging, he has a great season offensively. He's got great analytic numbers. He is still playing at the top of his game and I don't think that they had to give up an absolute boatload to get them, especially at the fact that they kind of cornered him and saying, that's the only team I want to go to. So as far as other GMs who did a great job at the deadline, tip your cap to Bill zito because at the issues that they had now, especially with the ekblad injury, the sharat move making even more sense and looking even better. Great move for Giroud, great move for the Florida Panthers. They're still at the top. They still are not in the clear though because that is a wagon of a conference. Yeah, and unfortunately not a little off topic in terms of bringing Giroud, but the Panthers are completely fucked without ekblad. And that is a great team upfront can play with any team in the league up front. Now, especially with Giroux and he can play center, he can play wings, say Bennett wants to stay at center, he could play on the wing for him or play on the wing with barkov on the top line, but that team that team I thought needed two defensemen. They got chiarot, which was a great addition, but they are not the same team without Aaron ekblad. And you have heard that he's out for the rest of the regular season and will return in the first round, but I mean, that means he's out at least a month, you know, all of a sudden you hop back into a first round, whether it's with the bruins, whether it's with the leafs, it's gonna be a good team that they're playing against. And if he's even misses the first two, three games of that first round, like you're in a lot of trouble, so hopefully he's back, but without him, they're screwed. They're screwed, because their D wasn't really great to begin with, even though sharat will be a difference maker for them. I don't know if you have the exact tweet RA. I'm gonna put my tinfoil hat on and keep in mind, this is just that he's not injured at all. Let me put my tinfoil hat on. It's already on. Oh, sorry, that's our pink Whitney spring. I believe the day that act blood went on long-term IR. If they hadn't put a player on long-term IR, they would have been forced to deal a current player off their roster in order to open up cap space to add Claude Giroux. And if it wouldn't have happened before 5 p.m. of the day that they made the deal for Giroux, that was the case. Now, listen, I am in no way shape or form saying that F plot is faking this injury. Absolutely not. I would never say that. I feel terrible for him because I agree with you with. If they don't have ekblad in that lineup, I think they're toast. They can even lose first round after selling the farm in order for this cup run. All right, do you have the tweet? I actually have it right here. I'll read it if you want. It says cat friendly had this. They said, last night, we said that the Panthers, this was on March 20th. They said last night we said that the Panthers did not have the cap space to fit Giroux under their ceiling without a corresponding move, but they had until 5 p.m. Eastern Time today to do it. We have now been told that Florida has placed Aaron ekblad on LTIR, giving them an additional 7.5 million in relief. If and remember, I have a tinfoil hat on right now, so anything I say with the tinfoil hat is not being taken seriously if, in fact, ekblad pulled that off. Give him the Norris and give him a fucking Oscar, Ari. He did look like he was in a lot of pain and Anaheim though. So hopefully he is okay and he'll be back because like I said without him, they really don't have a chance. It's like trying to say Tampa to have a chance to win a third and roll without head minutes. They need that guy. He's their number one. Yeah, obviously fucking huge loss. So we got to mention. Let me take my tinfoil hat off. We want to go back to drew for a second. He took that final lap as a fly after the game. It was 1000 game real emotional scene from and the other cool thing that flies that they had his dad come in to introduce the lineup for his last game. I don't know if you guys caught that. Pretty good shit from the flies, but you know, it's a new staff at drew and we'll see what happens down in Florida. And I hope at some point we do find out like he was so dialed in and wanted Florida. That was the only place he'd go. I was confused. What did you mean though? Why did they why did they say anything? What do you mean? You said, why did they have to tell everyone that? You know what I'm saying? I'm saying if the flyers were the only two knew he wasn't going to go anywhere else. They still could have negotiated with other teams. But why? He wouldn't have gone there. Just at least try to maybe drive up the price because if Florida didn't know he was that was his only destination. You know what I'm saying? If drew and Philly, we tweet each other. Hey, I'm getting this from them and they're not lying even though they don't know they're never going to go. And maybe it became, yeah, but I know what you're saying. Right. But he definitely had his sights set on being a panther. And maybe in terms of Colorado, he's comfortable, he's played in the east, his whole career. You know what I mean? What, tinfoil has? No state tax. What's his dog? It's huge too. We already mentioned not Ben chiarot, the Panthers, those are pretty much the Ben Shaw sweepstakes going on. A lot of teams are looking to add the battle hot and veteran..

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"janssen" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS

HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"janssen" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS

"Time you buy your jacket play with your jagged fixed time fix coupling. All of these things are distractions gestures. Someone going that a lot. I think i do a lot. I really do keno good about the show this way. It creates an aware his individuals. You won't remember everything that i said. We'll be watching someone you say. Oh i remember the jan saw said something about someone doing this. And when you yourself will be maybe scratching your putting the you say. Oh i better than i do that. Janssen plenty these reason. It makes you just a little bit more comfortable than you actually are but you know we all have to self soothe sometimes because we're all nervous so it's okay to class their on hand because that's kind of soothing to you. You never wanna do this for you rubbing your hand they are this where you rub your hands back and forth. These are nervous is just as you would never ever want to let your audience that which you every nine then. Touch two fingers to each other. It's almost as though you're holding your own hand that why we liked to hold our hand. Let's say in verse where your teacher scolded you. You win at recess. You held different and my teacher scolded me as we get to be big people. We cannot use. Go all someone else's hand so when we are stressed when you hold our very own hand and you could do it really like this or like this and no one thinks i love you. Know my writing. And he'll go my left hand. My left in my. But you don't want to be doing this or passing your hands this way you know what you rubbing them together. You too distracted into nervous so now did you have lined yesterday number one like or number two is touching. The i third yesterday dishonesty is taking your left. He ended the left ear. And when someone does this. It's though they're thinking do not hear very clearly back saying and it..

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"janssen" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"The when you win the know when you win the couple you win cup thinking that they don't think if you just win that damn cup they're not thinking year before that where you didn't figure it out these thinking about how you figured it out last year and they are freaked out the play table. We don't care about camping. Play them saying. But my but colorado hasn't done vegas went all the way but did not make the blues are the nearest thing and they are intimidating. I'm telling you how good vegas are going to be unbelievable. That's going to be looking at that. Saint louis team and even out front or transit's looking at guys. These guys don't around. They know how to do it. I done it with them. And so we need a renewal. Make sure that they don't find that. Confidence get steamer on again. 'cause they could beat you because they've done it before. Do you like the way that the schedule sets up for. The last handful of games the fact that Coming down the stretch. You're going to have to go through these big boys anyway to get you know before the season starts. Yeah yeah who cares do it. And i shouldn't. I shouldn't say like it's all but wrapped up but it's like a ninety five percent chance that you're in you know that would losing too many On saturday you're locked into that. Four spot i mean. It's kind of. It's kind of written not in ink right now but is close to incas as you can get it's they it's playoff time like it is and it's not over yet. They stole a lot of stuff could happen. Other variables is unlikely. Yeah but this is playoff note. Do i care about their schedule. Playing a big boys at the end. Who got anaheim. Obviously tonight and okay. To against. I'm against vegas at l. A. than two against defense. Yeah it right yeah. I mean look at travel socks. Don't go out to la get out in la right now so it's like you're just stuck But this go play. Just go play game. Go play minnesota go toe with your groove on. I rather than play minnesota last few games in the ducks. Somebody who don't give minnesota screw you. Let's go let's see we wanna go. We're better team. No we're a better team. Yeah okay. let's go so that's going to be a nice little test before you know the big boy game start covered but again any variables could still happen. So this guy. You gotta meet the ducks. Don't make me repeat myself again. Then he say must just put it on a t-shirt ducks come on what's going on. What's going on in the cameras. Strict podcast again folks can check out the janssen show five ninety and strict.

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Who Will Pick Kyle Pitts in Thursday's NFL Draft?

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Who Will Pick Kyle Pitts in Thursday's NFL Draft?

"All right. Let's have fun here with. Kyle pits blank will select kyle pits right. I think it's the falcons. I mean friscos. Been talking about this for some time. He doesn't think that the falcons are gonna take a quarterback he thinks arthur blank is all in on on matt ryan for another year to have a new coach and the new general manager. And here's the thing like if you trade down four. And i suspect it'll be teams interested in trading up to four to get whether it's trae lance macaroni justin fields. If you're the falcons if you move down if you move down you're not getting cockpits. That's just the end the conversation because either the bengals. The dolphins entertainment five or six and presumably. You're not trading with those teams already have quarterbacks. So that's the math you're doing and if you're not getting likely to march as we saw a report on monday for peter king that maybe julio jones could be moved with which seems crazy what they need a cap space Could you turn down for. Cornerback if the falcons you could but again what gives you more value in terms of making that football team better. I think it's how pet. So if i'm the falcons and i'm not taking justin feels matteo's trae lands i'm sampling. Taking cup pits. Janssen the blank blank. We'll take pets. I think it's it's atlanta. But i also be surprised if the team traded up with the falcons maybe even take pits like ryan saying you know the train up to the quarterback but you know teams fall in love your dallas. You know thousand the four but you know if a team really loves him that much and it's hard not to love that much than you could see. Maybe a team being overly aggressive. I think it was on On the nfl network this morning on good morning football there was a segment that they do with the giants traded up. You know. I don't know who is doing the job. Esau just a screen grab of it on twitter but the giants gave their first or second ebony ingram and something else to move up to four to get pits and it was you know something that on paper make some sense but you know. Obviously something is not likely to happen but still i would say it's four is where he goes. But the falcons do make some sense especially they decided we want from me jonesing. Another playmaker

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Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine may help reduce transmission, developers say

John and Ken on Demand

03:50 min | 1 year ago

Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine may help reduce transmission, developers say

"The vaccine front the astrazeneca. We don't talk much about that vaccine. Well says here. John in britain is one from oxford. John has the russian one the sputnik v and. I got that in the lobby months ago. That's why i've been so healthy. It's twice comes to work every day and sits in that disgusting room. It's where drop it in there. What kind of droplets is there's nobody here. Well janssen here. They're both in their before. Yeah garrison here. I think the morning people some of them were in there. Yeah but handle isn't right but the other people are anyway. First of all this is i. Think a bit of a misconception. That people have about some of the vaccines. I don't know that you do john a lot of them. Are there to prevent you from falling seriously ill right not contracting cove. But from seriously ill from it. That's supposed to be because it's supposed to spur your immune system Now they think the astra zeneca vaccine and this was a question that came up months ago. We were talking about this. It's possible that it does not. It reduces transmission of the virus so in other words if you've been given the astra zeneca covid nineteen vaccine number. One you may not fall seriously ill and it's possible you may not pass it on and they believe even after a single dose you can get pretty strong protection for at least three months just from one dose so maybe i'm lining up for that one if i can. We don't have that. That sounds like it's a good what you know what i read this week. I think we've talked about this on the air but They were talking about side effects like a friend of mine got the first dose and he said the next day felt very slightly dinged. He said it was like having one extra glass of wine. That kind of thing a little tired and it went away but Works is. Is you get the antibodies building up after the first injection. And maybe you get a mild side effect the next day. Maybe you don't but if you take the second dose they're finding that people are more likely to get the side effects like if you're going to get them that's when you might get a temporary fever in the i'm also hearing from reading and the reason for this is the first dose creates. The original set of antibodies right. The second dose wakes up the backup system. The second line of defense known as the t. cells. They they show up to kill if a virus gets past the first line of defense the second line of defense wipes out the virus so with the second dose the second line of defense. The t. cells are going wait a second. Did we kill these people a month ago and so they go crazy because they're having a much stronger reaction to because they don't understand why we've all we've already memorized the genetic code here. We've already identified this enemy. We always already dispatched the enemy. What what are they doing back. So that's why you have worse side effects and The the the side effects are actually sign that the vaccines working. It's a good thing to have side effects beings now your immune system is fully stimulated and fighting the invader even though it's a fake invader your system thinks it's a real invader because when you get sick. The symptoms are from your immune system reacting to the invader so embrace the side effects.

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"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"You're always talking about real estate and if you're not talking about you're watching shows on it and i'm like him and so it was at that time that i was like i genuinely liked that. This is a hobby for me. I love that. I get to step outside to things. I love showing up at connect with people at my healthcare office. Then i get to go do something for me. Which is like looking at homes whether it's commercial space residential. I just love talking i love. I love seeing people. It excited about it I just love breakthrough through model any of it so to me. It is a hobby. And i think it's because it was a later in life you know found love. It's funny because growing up my aunt. I wonder remax brokerage in wisconsin. And i actually did. Work study in highschool at papers in high school to get out of school early and never went through. They like you should be a rotor. Or never like i was like i don't understand that like it's gonna be really hard dealing contracts that you know homes and stuff in never clicked for me and i think my parents say to me. Now they're like. Oh my gosh what would have been like if you would just started real estate eighteen. Forget college student loans or you know going to get a business degree like what if you just did that and i was like honestly that would have been saved me a lot of money but i was in school that right but i was like that it would have never translated into a passion project or like a hobby because then it would have. It didn't feel like a calling. It would have been just something. I had to do. A job at showoff as plus real estate in wisconsin. Where i live is a little different than expected to. I don't know what y'all have luxury homes up there guys. I love that. That's so cool. Because i feel like you know when we are like moms and showing up in taking kids to sports or whatever you have to very active daughters so Has been with the business that you're very much a part of like it is so important to trying for yourself. It's awesome. That real estate ended up being that you who don't get me wrong like there are elephants in my house. I tell you got to tell you that. I am so compelled to learn more about your practice. I'm so compelled to learn more about you. You've been and interesting and i. I'm so grateful that we got to talk with you. Know use more on the show about a comment on the share. This line be heated to hear that. So hi nicole. If i can resonate with anyone you know everyone's journeys different and you know prior to this. I was like. I hope i can just one person that you know something. I can resonate with them or are going out there. No please reach back out to me. I am off my handle their for you to follow me or connect i i love it. I can be of anyone's service or the questions reach out. Yes please danielle. Thank you so much of course as always thank you. Kristen don't pop off home. We if you buy out there know anyone who needs to be a guest Reached out to kristen or reach out to me and let us highlight another amazing woman. So thank you offer watching and had a one day awesome..

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"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"Heared marine sickly. Ow know they're doing construction downstairs. Her like wait. What funniest thing. When i was in the clinic. I have i had a i know pulled back out or whatever when i was working out and so i told i did not have to commend. I sat down with her husband and he said he said like how. How are your stress level. I kinda laughing out. Thousands second grade like was he even. I'm pregnant need to.

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"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"That's very supportive of that. In the moment. I start to go either flight or not supporting myself. He's like old on. You know and so i think just. Fyi we all need someone that in our life whether a brand dement whoever it is but i because of having that other business i it really helped me go. Okay when i start my real estate company my business. I wanna make sure that i'm keeping balance because what i bring into myself is what i'm going to give out and if my clients consent that i'm overwhelmed. Stressed have a ton of other clients and deals going on. They're going to be like she working for us or hurt like you know so. I wanted to be conscious of that while. I think you have to back up a little bit for our audience to fully understand war wise in that area in your life because your testimony your story of incredible healing in the in the drive towards a holistic way your business in your life if without that background sound like you're you've always been amazing far from it far from it so Okay i'll try and give you the short and sweet version here. So i am from a small town. superior wisconsin. People think. I'm canadian all the time. i'll take it. I'm not far north and you'll hear by osen as and all that good stuff every once in a while and sometimes i feel like small towns. You consume a small thinking pattern right like where you're at within yourself in and how far you can go and life and all that good stuff so in business now. I really try and harness. That and i'll catch myself slipping. And then i have to like check myself pivot. That's today going back at about eight years old. I was a pretty sick kid. I was in and out of doctors offices with lots of different digestive things. Going on. In by the time i was fourteen. They diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder It was crohn's disease. I had quite a struggle growing up and i was in and out of clinics hospitals. Twenty seven pills a day giving myself. You know pullback syringes of injections and outpatient cancer centers for Iv treatments every month and that was my journey. So i was very ill kid And then i met my husband. We were fourteen. We dated through high school And he got to be a part of that journey with me and was like someday. I'm gonna do something to help you. I don't know what it is. Hospitals and stuff made him like erie he just didn't like the smell or he's one of those can't handle like blood or seeing anything like that. So at that point in our life we had no idea how that would translate but fast forward. My journey to health and healing was the holistic approach of what we do in the business..

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"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"Built their business. And i'm passionate about. I am not shy at all. About letting do i love it right true and i think at arizona. Do you feel like they're so like i hear people say. Oh you're an agent. Oh there's so many agents like everyone wants to be an issue. There's a lot. But i think some people retreat from wanting to share like i jumped on the bandwagon. It's almost like this negative commissioner. Something it's like. No it's awesome. You know you proud of what you do. People are attracted to that right. Assure i have a lot of new agents to the are like well. I'm not a salesperson. Unlike listen like you brought embraced embraced what you're getting into and being unknown not a negative thing but you look at it like a negative things you have to change your mindset you know medically think like like when they think of us element they think of like a car. Salesmen are people that they like people do business business with people they like. Entrust an going into your clinic. Guys are obviously offering amazing clinical work. But you're also able to say you might also have this service that i offer grace. I can literally let way to share this episode already with somebody who's who has a successful business that struggling under cion what to do with her business sharing that she's a real estate agent so i'm like okay. Anyone has another business. You need to be dripping on it or you are missing out. I was actually just thinking of heather dill and of like that idea about putting your listening sign where business sheamus on. Yes net occur to me at ross market all day long. Yep clearly ailing even in my in my monthly newsletters right at the very end always like is your home ready to evolve..

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"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"We had to do a learn business without coaching or really anything That just translated into everything else. We do right and so What it also did was all those connections Really helped me because people Us as thought leaders in health community here in queen creek And the surrounding area and those people started coming in as clients and trusting us getting to know us and so whenever we have something going on in our life like when i decided real estate school it was like gosh. How can we support or they see me studying at the clinic. Or you know being a part of my and so the trust was already there so i feel like that started my client base. And that's really my sphere of influence in my people because they are not and i get to one of the things people don't know is i. Yes i have a brokerage office. But i actually work out of my healthcare clinic office three days a week because i'm sitting in my sphere and i get to connect with those people every day. So sometimes they say. I'm not a fulltime agent. I'm more like part time. But i'm really in my my influence more fulltime right between the to my home office. My clinic office And so that definitely helped having that business catapult my next phase in my next business. It was almost like as soon as i got done. I had people ready to go. So i have. I love that. That is the perfect introduction to our conversation because really talked to enceladus kristen hundreds of agents and one of the things you know they come to me for advice. How do i get better in real estate. In my go-to thing is is ninety. Six percent of Pretty much ignore their center of influence. Just and so you just have rap process and procedure around taking care of your center of influence and communicating with them then in the top four percent by default. Even if you suck it everything else boy. And i think for new agents one of the hard thing is finding a center of influence or maybe they just seemed some mentorship into what that is. Maybe they're already a part of you know whether it's a church group or a a moms group fitness class on. What have you. You just seem to connect in more and you also need to be telling everyone that you are an agent you know and that was one of the things that i heard asli would. It was my time. I had but i i would study in be taking my tests than if i didn't do well. I was sharing it as a part of my during like you know just being vulnerable people in allowing them in they actually. They gravitate towards the more they wanna support. You know your regular person. And so i made that a part of my journey. Because i didn't want to. Danielle turned real estate agent. You know i'm cool of doing that. But i also thought. Well if i could organically just drip in what i'm doing and by next phase of my journey than people might organically wanna come to me a little bit more so i notice you went into the clinic the other day and she has her listing signs up next Not like halo. It is definitely smart because people are going to look at. That was like one of the first things my eyes went to. Maybe just because. I'm in real estate. Yup really did it was. I think that's intentional. It definitely was my girlfriend. My girlfriend's has daily had this really great cheese agent to that you know That like a sold sign with my name on it too. And so i had that behind a little bit and then i had these. New listing signs made it. I'm like you know what i'm gonna drink this year and i've thought about maybe twenty twenty one..

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"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"Hey good morning and welcome to moms in real estate. My name's angela fazio and today we have a 'nother fantastic guests. Her name is danielle johnson. She had is a fairly new real estate agent. That's absolutely killing. It can't tell you about that part. And she has such a great story about her pathway to a holistic approach to life. She has an incredible story of healing. So we want to hear so much from her started. Angela physio is industry powerhouse. Who has overseen forty thousand home sold and nine billion in production as kristin cantrell is one of the nation's most accomplished team leaders helping thousands of their businesses. They are passionate about educating encouraging. Powering bombs can really date. Our next episode starts now. Good morning acre. Love your intro dancing like we all pumped up. I know i. I love that so i'm so excited about today. We've had lots of great conversation. I'm fascinated about some of the things that make up who you are so. Just give us a little bit about yourself to get started. Yes so daniel johnson I live in queen creek. Been agent for just over a year I have two daughters. Jean elliott who are five and nine years old. My husband and i own a local healthcare clinic here in queen creek as well and so juggle a little bit between both businesses. And the kids in in a nutshell. That's what i do in him. So yeah so. Tell us a little bit more. I feel like your first year is like really awesome because they feel like you did it all on your own in your first year in relatively in the arizona market Four point five million production. Which is really impressive. So like how did you do that. You know. I feel like i had a little bit of a a launch pad if you will so. We started our healthcare clinic here in the east valley eight years ago and i we had no budget we came. It was my husband and i. We didn't know anyone really arizona. We literally showed up at farmers. Markets door knocks. We did at all because we had nothing to start and we had a baby and we were like sink or swim. Let's go and so we were on our day is like all that gret everything..

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"janssen" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"They're fucking limiting their parents and your house come on you gotta take care of him and i certainly spent a lot but you learn from it and you figure it out and it's all working out now man so you know i'm gonna i. I'm so open about shit. And i like it. 'cause i'm comfortable with it and i think it helps overall men and it works and i fucked up. I'd gotten through on the things we're gonna key bottom line. Is it common denominator is my wife is certainly has been there for me at all times. So that's the best so fucking rockwell. Appreciated man agai- strict podcast checkout The gretzky episode but but subscribe leave review and check it out because some incredible incredible guests. I'll get you to sit down with me one day. We'll do like the ninety minute interview. A couple of cold ones man. I'll let it really poured out. Yeah dude i like it. I'll leave with this. So the reports this week have said the two sides are hoping on december thirty first camp start for non playoff teams january. Third the rest of the league's. Darren dreger and january thirteenth for the start of the season. Yes or no. Will we be playing hockey regular season games by january. If they allow people to stay. I said yes or no just gut just do a baby. Yeah baby let's go. I'm getting bored. Talk about me to brother. I've never. I've never heard you say that before. Podcast check out the podcast check out. Wayne gretzky a appreciate it brother. We'll talk soon anytime bro coming..

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"janssen" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Are you start to get nervous at all or are we gonna get things together. We can have hockey soon. I mean did we think we're gonna have a bubble that worked out. I didn't think so. I was like negative throughout the whole thing was so damn bizarre number six months ago talking. How are they going to do this. Like how the hell you gonna do this. And they did and it worked was perfect. Nope damn it with work. Are they going to figure this whole thing. I do think so. I think the boys are going to. I am so i talked to a couple guys man all time and like i'm confused right now. Do i go one hundred percent workout wise. Do i kinda lay off because you wanna it's soak. Npr girlhood percent. The whole time doesn't work that way man. It's still like you have to gauge. When you're gonna start so you don't overwhelm yourself where your underdo it or this. Nah it's perfect timing on workouts on windows. Beat the best shape at the right time. It's an art and they're so damn confused but in the end these chillers man like fuck everything fucking go. I need to perform. I wanna fuck can shoot in front of people. I want to like even if somebody there. There's a camera on me dammit. I need to do what the fuck i do. And so in the end they're going to go. I don't care. let's play even if they get skied. It out a little bit in my opinion but like last year even during the stoppage right before they restarted there was the announcement that they extended the cba. And i think a lot of people around sports looked at that and said wow. That's that's really encouraging right because baseball said issues and and their agreement is up at the end of this year the nba. There aren't issues because they're part of it and they can see everything. And i think everyone knows the money that stake but i think it's gotta be confusing right now for for fans but but especially for players because if there are more labor disputes in there are more things that the league and the players can't agree on. I think that you hope that by everyone coming together and pulling off what was an incredible stanley cup playoffs. You wouldn't have those kinds of issues but it seems like those. Are the things the the ice things that are holding things up right now. yeah. I know there's a lot of things hold things up man. I mean owners like you. Can't i always in the end. And i say this again i always take especially when it comes to the ownership group of saint louis. I always kind of lead on their side. I want them to win the battle because in the end we need a healthy organization more than we need these players in the making that little extra money that could affect the bottom line to a point where you're not. I put works on organizing been there. It's hard to explain in my opinion but there you need the organization in the end to be as healthy as possible without screwing the players over. How do you get to that point. I don't know what i went. Tom stillman and his ownership groups to be like okay. We can still make this happen. I know the players are kind of sucking things up. But i read the player suck things up. Then the ownership group suck. It's out baseball. Otaki and we all know these. We all know the owners for the blues. They're all saint louis guys and they need to be there. They need to protect the organization. Well and. I think that you can certainly empathize especially with the blues ownership group. I can't speak for other organizations but you know the last handful under stillman..

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"janssen" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

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"janssen" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"janssen" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Welcome to the site of accents. Podcast where we.

NWSL Nation - Challenge Cup Week 1 Review

WNBA Nation

05:37 min | 2 years ago

NWSL Nation - Challenge Cup Week 1 Review

"Soccer's back soccer's back like we've watched it. We've seen it's. Forty minutes worth of it. Those the they fly by five hundred minutes fly by really yeah, especially when they're broken down in segments good. I'm glad they took my advice on that because I know the original plan was every match one after the continuously? Yeah, the the ninety ninety minute was was controversial, but I'm glad they went with it. You know it's every now and again I have good ideas. Any any who Mike. We have lots to talk about as we record. This are six matches into the Challenge Cup tournament. Every team is have Janssen play. What's four teams have played twice us, or we're going to dig into. These gives quick reactions and have look forward to to the next up around imagine by kicking off the. Match on CBS. Half a million people tuned in to watch North Carolina Courage Portland Mozart. Most watched. Time incredible and it'd be so much of all time. It was a higher view than a few EPL matches. That happened that day. It was a all cases a pretty strong success of course Mike I know. If you had your druthers, things, soccer wise would have done. A little courage defeated Portland thorns two to one. This thing was scoreless. Seventy five minutes in for Denia scored off of Haley Mace Cross Italy trying to watch so much soccer in the last couple of days, trying to like the July's all the goals correctly of course, Charlotte equalizing in the eightieth minute Lynn Will Williams putting North Carolina ahead in. In stoppage, time I'm just going to cut right over to you. First Match Back Challenge Cup immediate reactions. This was incredible and I say this is the thorns fan heard about the loss, but this was a fantastic match. You know you've got a big rivalry between the courage and the thorns lot of history there, we didn't know what it would look like with. You know such a long hiatus structure to the preseason, but it didn't disappoint new look lot of new faces for the thorns, but I think they exceeded a lot of expectations, goalkeeper bill, bixby and her and wwl debut had some phenomenal saves against you know. Courage onslaught, tons set pieces good work in the midfield by Lindsay Horon Rocky Rodriguez. The courage didn't quite look like the courage that we're used to. It wasn't quite the smooth billed from the back fast pace attack that we've come to know one love that being said they found a way to to make it happen, and their crosses into the box were lethal, and that's got the job done for them. Yeah I think a theme because we're obviously talking about the courage again toward the end of this I, think team on sing with North Carolina. They're known for their depth. They're known for their cardio. They're known for their technical skill level. And obviously just having a deep deep deep roster, topics, players, and it just always seems to come down to the same two or three people. With things close out I mean you're talking about a phenomenal group of talented players. The end the day comes down to Denia and. Then Williams. It's interesting. It really isn't ensemble and I. I think I think they did great work, but but you're right. It came down to that, and you know Lynn Williams's well on her way to. Showing up SAM curve the for the Golden Boot of the tournament at least. Yeah I at this point I'm. Talking about we're talking three goals at two games, it's you know it's obviously phenomenal performance on her independence looking well. Haley Haley Mason Samuel Ev looks really strong on the distribution end I think that they look pretty locked in there I think I'm Portland's, and it's hard to say there weren't too many heavy. This isn't necessarily the case where I think you're looking t better, dead or a lot of ways i. feel like Portland made a handful of mistakes that led them to give up two late goals True and one thing you have to say for Portland to not only are they coming in with a largely new team They've gotten hit. Pretty hard by the injury bug. You know we had eighty franch this out of the tournament. number one draft Sophea Smith didn't play. We don't know when we're going to see her. So we saw a lot of new faces, and they still put up a good fight. No, absolutely I actually one thing. I really came to Portland After this match, they were one of the most. It was one of the most sound defensive performances we'd seen across all the matches. We watch so far like I said I just think this. This was a case where the courage were able to take their strengths finder blemish where they could fit something in They're just phenomenally talented. When it comes to responding to cross well laser accuracy with that, you know finding people and bill each something that the bread butter, too, and they were able to connect it right the right time toward the end of the match I. They knew that they're conditioning. Just with depth of their roster helped them a lot which makes their most recent match all the more interesting overall i. Definitely felt like a good showing on both ends in, and really was a tough break. This is definitely it really would have benefited Portland to get points here and yeah. Yeah stoppage it was e can't get more dramatic, so it was. It lived up. Tech speculations

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Edmonton Oilers continue to find ways to win this season

Spittin' Chiclets

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Edmonton Oilers continue to find ways to win this season

"I want to bring up Edmonton we were talking right so you do have to give them a show to because they're they're turning it on and with those guys like the way that team's going you could see them going on Ron and perfect example. They've won three in a row at home. They want a really tough game against Winnipeg. They went on the road. They blew out Nashville and then back to back. They beat Dallas in Dallas in overtime. So when in three different types of ways including a back to back on the road heads up for the oilers.

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Reaction to John McAfee Interview

The Common Cents Show

07:32 min | 2 years ago

Reaction to John McAfee Interview

"All right man so Do you look I just. I'm thinking about how when we do the interview like you. You like exhausted afterwards. Like it's like you had to like cruel of to a debt. Take a nap. If you've even do the drugs that he he did. Maybe that's why very limited news life. That's why he has so much energy just like he doesn't stop man. What do you think he was drinking in that jar? I don't know look like a whiskey type of juryman. Yeah like in a mason jar though. That's the problem. I'm having been drinking with them. I kind of feel like we should have been like drink. Sipa something from Oak cask. He did say we could do a follow up. So yeah that's GONNA be awesome. Maybe the next time his wife on. Aw We'll have we'll be all set with the studio drinks Scotch. Yeah now. Definitely looking forward to Tom Kind of checking back in with Janssen do we do we call him. We call him John Now. We don't Mike McAfee that we're at our relationship. Exactly that's what I do her. She came on. I'm like Janice like this days when we just like you know. I think she got into the back. They were like yeah like you know we know black woman. She's you talk about his wife and obviously his wife is black and we're just like our wiser black too. She was like Oh. It's nice to hear the black white kind of you know. Yeah Yeah when you've been isolation moving moving around the world all like I saw you use that card pretty quickly. Yeah gotTA endear yourself to your audience. My wife got a loud mouth to trust to the people. I haven't seen Sir thank God. She don't listen to the show in our great supporting lives. They are right exactly. I think they listen to episode one half of episode one high love the show and how. How dark was the room that he was wearing sunglasses in mysterious glacier? It was so dark that he had to like get closer to the screen just to hear we retained so but yet the sunglasses through. It's like trying to focus on roads. You turn the volume down. Radio pay attention like wait a minute so the funny thing is that there if you really listen to what he was saying there are lessons in what he was saying even though the wrapped up in Purple Drug Hayes and you know bad Internet connection like I feel like like when he was talking about when I talked about on I asked him about the entrepreneur question right and like you know like like how do you start Blah Blah Blah as entrepreneur. What was like and he just like? He opened up the computer and he described in some like Melissa Lewis. It's crazy way Lewis. Yeah it was kind of it was actually. It wasn't Lewis. It wasn't sweet sounding like honey. It was more like a scraping nails across. But but when he was describing when he was describing what it was like the believe it or and I actually kind of understood that part because he's just like he opened the computer and he saw it differently it was like it was like a living organism to him as opposed to something. Something other people saw. I think that's I think that's the beauty about real entrepreneurship. We kind of touched on this during the show to were. You started to try to get thought about you. Know seeing seeing a hole and filling it a place. Yeah in the marketplace before he contradicted me like I mean contradicted himself unlike thirty seconds came up with the same story. Yeah yeah he's like you don't WanNa find a whole marketplace. You WanNa find a hole in the ground if indeed get I do feel his point though. And what do you think he was trying to say. I think it was a very circular circular way of basically saying what he was trying to say is instead of trying to focus on the marketplace. Focus on your life as you focus on your life. You're probably naturally gonNA find something that doesn't help you to have hap as happy of a life as happy or somewhere you're going to find a hole in your personal lives that we are trying trying to look into. Hey I want to be a better father I wanna be about husband about a wife a better whatever and to to enjoy this and as you do that for instance I guess in his case. It's like hey I'm trying to get online and do something. Oh wait a minute. I can't do that. Boom there's a whole because of the virus. Let Me Build Antivirus Company and software. So yeah and he says something. That was interesting when he was talking about like how he was gone through the process of trying to like when he developed the antivirus it was because he saw something the other people. DNC which was the fact that What a virus ultimately could due to a computer if it was unchecked? You know which is funny because it kind of goes to where his present day state of minds governments unchecked crypto unchecked currency unchecked. Take the power back as people and he didn't want money for the antivirus at the beginning. Many many of his if you if you follow John McAfee many of his business ventures even to this day all center around one word paranoia Um literally. That's what McAfee virus is it's paranoia. It's paranoid prevention. I don't want to scare that's going to happen. Even to crypto currency. He's not bullish on cryptocurrency. Being this form of like digital gold. You don't hear them talk about that per se. He's talking about in the sense that the government from it can't control the currency and so it gives power back to the people right so everything just continues to revolve around this. You know. I don't know what that is whether it's you know a life of Experience or drugs coordination this way like even the fact that he sold the company when he did so. They estimate that he made about one hundred million dollars but but if he had held on for a few years he would have made over seven billion. That's how much they may when they sold the company while years later so he would have had by ten twenty times the amount out he actually sold the company for. He's sold out like too early. You know yeah that was. That was crazy I I read that when I was Kinda reading up on some of the story story before we started as wild he was probably the hardest interview to prepare. Let's we've ever done one hundred millions. Nothing is sneeze at though. No I'm not saying that but you know what I mean like. Yeah I mean that in terms of like that goes was paranoia. Do something get out quickly and then you know. But but that paranoia cost him like hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars one hundred million dollars is not chump change. You don't mean you could have had a billion actually probably would've had a billion dollars. Yeah as opposed to one hundred million eliana which is one hundred hundred million. So it's like that's a different. I agree with the last statement though one hundred percent. Yeah well this was a very difficult. Oh yeah yeah prepare for. How do you prepare because you know you have a limited about this? Yeah how much do we have like forty minutes. Maybe in that we probably really only have like three three minutes exactly was like he's not afraid to go in. You know which is cool. I mean that's his life history while the Dominican Republic was fascinating that was plenty Just interesting his wife obviously loves him a lot you know. Oh Yeah Either that she can't go back to any other country so shout the Janice yes. Yes is cool. She's cool from the beginning.

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Chicago Weather: Cloudy Day, Chance For Snow On The Way

Steve Cochran

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago Weather: Cloudy Day, Chance For Snow On The Way

"Janssen we have a whole lot of cloud cover still round here but it's much better than what it was a year ago when we saw abundant sunshine and highs around ten below zero today however with a few flurries possible look for highs in the mid thirties tonight overcast skies maybe some pockets of light snow fall with a low of around thirty tomorrow still a chance for some light snow cloudy skies and highs in the mid thirties again on Saturday may open the day with a little rain or snow look for the rest you said it'd be cloudy with highs in the upper thirties and then partly cloudy on Sunday groundhog day but for a high of fifty mid forties expected with increasing clouds on

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"janssen" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"janssen" Discussed on KGO 810

"Janssen Sam to scope and they just whenever we stumble you know the entire country is all of course and I you know what we're not that liberal or not that progressive I mean not anymore I mean I think that in comparison to some states yes of course and I think also are liberal tendencies you know it could be a stereotype it could be a reputation and it can also be the loudest voice heard I think its reputation more than act then real enough I mean well I mean I it's funny because we want to do for the homeless we want you know the LGBTQ community things that we're proud of I'm proud of living in the state the protection and I have other seats on a deal with that well I I think part of it is is that you don't we say I go well that's a start I mean and you know how and didn't you know I love Pat right but I disagree with her yesterday because they were talking about the L. involuntary what's the word I'm looking for involuntary and and that acquisition but we seem to take people off the streets yeah when you arrest when I met somebody I come into my commitment right so it here what do you do with people that are on the street and there were defecating sleeping on the street they're they're drunk half the time okay so you can arrest them right which is the breaking the law I put in jail well then do the time they come out of jail they do it again right you put it back in jail for longer and then he'll say no here's what we should do is we should put them into a mental health facility if they have a mental problem well yeah but I mean it is and then you get into that whole that's the cuckoo's nest thing that you're see the movie one of the causes us okay so there's a nurse ratchet out there okay and and and it's probably I don't know the current head of the health and Human Services as well somebody under trump the idea that you want to commit people because you think it's going to help them a no reason I get it you got a big heart and that you want to do something good it makes you feel good by the way you will be doing it you'll hire somebody who will do it who makes a lot less money than you most of us don't you know we may be on like every ten thanksgiving you go out and you could do give super the homeless or someplace safe that's and I get it that's the same they were given a Buck to somebody on the core the real problem here is so deep and so profound it's because the families it goes to the nature of you know what I mean think about this if addiction is such a problem why can you buy Jack Daniels at CVS now I laughed when I came out here because it I live in in Maryland and Virginia and DC go to like a a government run store to get hard liquor you come over here it's right next to the toy section it's Friday right as the best prices on booze so my point is if we're really serious about this because people have a gene projection I mean they have discovered it really yet but they put a pretty sure they see it and family you wanna make it more difficult to get but no I'm not no I'm saying let's just be let's talk about that part right no I don't wanna make here's what I want to say okay is that we we see if people are on the streets and the cost of the possibility of some sort of pandemic because of of defecation and to help see and all that crap right right and the needles and everything right you just you got arrested for breaking the law you gotta arrest but then what do you do with them you put him in jail okay but then I mean how long do you give a seventy two hour I said he had that the other going to have the kind of the detox in a detox in jail it's gonna be hard right but I mean okay and then what I've never detox but I've heard it's pretty much the the hellish thing and you can do I have any in the world again you can offer people help you can take the horse but if the horse looks the water and spits Senate then you've done your job well okay but then we're right back in the same situation your Rustom again you put images okay that's about that's that that's just putting off the problem to though the legal system that's not solving the problem but we don't have the authority to take people who are once a person finishes their sentence you can involuntarily commit them just because you you think it's good for them you're not their mother or father absolutely but I definitely think that things like and that's why I do agree with these navigation centers you need to build more of them and where these homeless people are living right there you know you got it some people might not like the idea of it but that's what we need to do we need to give these people an option there for a moment of clarity the like I need to get off the street in a to do something there's an app center they're gonna evaluate me they're going to try and get me a temporary housing into permanent housing if I need drug rehab I cost efficient I agree with that that's that's really what we need to do we need to keep doing it and keep doing it it's kind of the altar of course it has to be what there's a lot we changed the law that sleeping on the street we do have to spend a year in prison I mean is that we're gonna do we're gonna make prisons the answer no I was homeless problem because that's that's like Senegal sick people to the ER it's the most expensive option the doesn't want us to a million different reasons why people are on the street exactly that's why navigation system centers can help figure that out you come in a we evaluate you and and it's not showing the person is coherent enough yeah if a person comes in and they're mentally ill okay and they and they're like they really can't hold a conversation with you would you do with those people well I don't know how they got into the place in the first place maybe somebody dropped him off so many drop them off to my son the father doing good deal given the baton haven't sleep it off okay no no I'm saying they're mentally ill so what you do with those people to involuntarily commit them I don't know if it I don't think you can but to mentally owner on the streets I think there are some Avenue there must be some sort of temporary place you could take them but that's not a long term solution and if that temporary plays is connected to the nav center then there you go I mean to me the answer is you got to start at the the family level and half from people somebody shows a Tennessee for problems yet again inability to to drink alcohol or do you know do drugs and stop hi then that's when families I mean family just abandon people I heard some guy on Pat shows like you said everybody and I have been sober for twenty six years and but he lost all his friends back then and I I love I love I love her you know her in her sense of decency and but I I just don't think that's a rabbit hole you can't save everybody N. A. N. and that's a horrible thing to realize but when when you want to get that realization so then you just do the best you can like what you said and try to try to help as many people as we can right I mean I think that there's also going to have to be a bit of tough love I think that you know we we have to put it on the individual person once they you know if they hope hopefully get him off drugs so that they can do it but then yeah you're gonna have to get a job you're going to have to meet certain benchmarks to continue to keep getting how could getting help we had to make that help help something you don't want to give up and we know you're going to step back in the be a safety net for you there but I mean there's it's gonna have to be a mutual thing you can't force these people to do what you want them to do why I totally agree there are people who if you can there are people that say you know that we want to involuntarily commit you to detox centers so you get dry well that's on the family as a family of nine yeah I but the government can't do that well in some states they can well I can there are some states where if you know you commit a crime while under a while on drugs they can put that can put you in but not stand sit not states like California New York and I don't think you should be able to so I again my point is is that we're all we're a long way from solving this thing I think everybody should understand that I'm the and the people that want to take him out of San Francisco and I put him on island how your high what a boat yeah there is the boat that's insane Kelly how you're going to connect you would you got thanks first of all I don't know where you guys live but in the city of San Francisco you know right aid or CVS or Walgreens can sell not even beer or liquor out and again you can get it from a kid's lemonade stand it's everywhere I mean you can update your party it's not for sale in those drug stores in those farms no I'm I'm I'm just I don't know about him is going to talk about the bay area but that's the first thing second of all Kelly can I fundamentally disagree with you with regard to the fact that involuntary commitment should not be an option because the truth of the matter is if your grandmother went out into the street and got hit by a bus and broke her leg she go to the hospital she get treatment we sold out to the middle of the street defecates on ourselves start screaming obscenities they don't do anything and trust me I live in a neighborhood that is diluting the Castro valley I mean it's a question right how what what is the line for involuntary commitment what do you have to actually do is is putting the fight I I I think a couple things I think of somebody got diagnosed with a dual diagnosis what I mean by that is paranoid schizophrenia along with methamphetamine so you hold on to you lose your freedom if you are hi Paula risk it's for you think you're so you're in the wrong on country you're in the wrong to get your partner in the wrong country.

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New York Icons: The Bell Jar

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

09:24 min | 2 years ago

New York Icons: The Bell Jar

"It's good to meet you as Clark is the author of the forthcoming nine hundred page biography of Platt I meet up with her and we take a look at the magazine Plath oversaw that summer you know what struck me the first time I looked through this was the number of ads you just can't quite believe how many ads are in this Zine it's almost page after page and of course fashion spreads to fashion magazine so in a back room of the New York Public Library where flipping through a copy of the magazine Clark points out one ad in particular it's for shape wear that's also sportswear so this Janssen add anyone for action anyone for beautiful perform an action there is a woman with a Barbie Physique wearing a hat and gloves connect with a bra and girdle as she gets ready to serve in a game of tennis this is positively the most pleasant to wear slimming trimming smoothing soothing figure maker ever devised and there's a poem called the applicant where she uses this kind of language I noticed you were stock naked how about this suit blackened stiff but not a bad it when you marry it it is waterproof shatterproof proof against fire and bombs through the roof believe me they'll bury you in it Mademoiselle had become interested in her after a story she had submitted a year earlier one it's national fiction contest but Clark says that Platt Struggle old in her role as managing editor she had wanted to be fiction editor at just nineteen years old plath had already published poems and won awards Mademoiselle published some of the top writers of its day Dylan Thomas Tennessee Williams Truman capote but instead of selecting editing short stories plan throats fashioned blurbs including one praising the versatility of sweaters I think plath found her self suddenly embedded in this fashion and beauty industry and she's become part of this vast propaganda machine that woman's women into objects and she wanted to be the subject of her own life she didn't want to be the objective someone else's life so I think that contributed to her sense of disillusion that summer suddenly it was her job to kind of objectify women bio green they were promoting it for fall title green with black bio green white bio green with Nio green it's kissing cousin fashion blurb silver and full of nothing sent up there fishy bubbles in my brain they surfaced with a hollow pop but it isn't just the limitations of fashion and magazines that got to plant she was also troubled by the limitations placed on women in the nineteen fifties even in New York City that place of possibility I made a point beating so fast I never kept the other people waiting who generally ordered only chefs salad and grapefruit juice at one point in the bell jar she says everyone in New York to reduce PAS not trying to reduce plath has an enormous appetite is her actual appetite was legendary she wants emptied out hosts refrigerator before a dinner party but she had an appetite for everything you know she wanted to be the best writer she wanted to so I'm close she wanted to raise honeybees you went to make her own honey and she just wanted it all can women have it all it's a question still asking it had just started to come up in the nineteen fifties when women who've done the whole rosie the riveter thing during the war were now expected to be homemade occurs again even though many thrived in the workforce and developed real professional aspirations it was an ongoing discussion within society about whether women could do three things at once dying Johnson got married one month after the gas ownership Mademoiselle the summer had changed her and given her a greater sense of what her life could be but then she had four children within the span of six years so I was home with these little kids but they had naps and that's when somebody said why don't you the novel about something that you can do during nap time you know that's the way things evolve house of naptime Johnson has since written more than a dozen books and been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Plath during a man who would support her as a writer was a major anxiety when she wrote about extensively in her journals in the Bell Jar Esther Greenwood reflection in her sort of boyfriend a medical student at Yale who everyone told her was such a good guy I also remembered Buddy Willard saying innocent minister knowing way that after I had children I would feel differently I wouldn't want to write poems anymore so I began to think maybe it was true that when you were married and had children it was like being brainwashed and afterward you went numb as a slave in some private totalitarian state a few years later plath thought she found a man who would not brainwash her as a graduate student at Cambridge she met fellow poets Ted Hughes who she married in Nineteen fifty sex both enjoyed growing reputations as writers when they were interviewed by the BBC's Owen Leeming in nineteen sixty one you'll have to give the impression that Oh you spend your whole Mary lives thinking poems and reading to each other I think our domestic life is is practically indistinguishable from all the people who live around I'm not the only main difference is that Ted doesn't go out to work at nine and come home at five he retires about nine to to his room and and works but I certainly having a life just like all the other housewives and mothers district shopping dishes and taking care of the baby in four so for Hughes Writing was a fulltime job a career but plath was a wife and mother who happened to write perhaps like Johnson during nap time plath was actually writing the bell jar at the time of that interview she alluded to it when she was interviewed again the next year this time by the BBC's Peter or he asks plath if there are particular themes that she's interested in exploring and he rambles off this list of ingredients that she's baked right into the bell jar Robert lulls poems about his experiences in a mental hospital for example interested very much these peculiar private and to move subjects it's I feel have been explored in recent American poetry I think particularly the poorest and Sexton who writes also about her experiences I always wanted to write the long short story I wanted to rise Nawfal now that I have attained shall I say a respectable age and have had experiences I feel much more interested in pros in the novel I feel that Plath published the bell jar under a pseudonym because she was so worried about offending the people she fictionalized as characters in it one of those characters was her editor at Mademoiselle who she called JC in the Bell Jar JC asks esther what she wants to do after college and suddenly she draws a blank unable to list off for am visions of being a professor writer or an editor and a writer. I've always thought I'd like to go into publishing I tried to recover thread that might lead me back to my old bright salesmanship I guess what I'll do is apply at some publishing house you ought to read French and German. JC said mercilessly and probably several other languages as well Spanish and Italian better still Russian hundreds of girls flood into New York every June thinking they'll be editors Utah for something more than the run of the mill person you better learn some languages. JC is a tough editor who cuts her down to size in that way she calls to mind another memorable story said Ed Women's magazine in New York so you don't read runway no for today you had never heard of me now you have no style or something fashion while similar take down to Andy Sacks her would be assistant that's a complete exaggeration of winter is the longtime editor of Vogue and the basis for maranda priestly

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MLB Scoreboard

CBS Sports Radio

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

MLB Scoreboard

"To left. Centerfield daddy Janssen has won the game. Geno. Letting go ear basis what a game winning two run homerun. Elsewhere, AVI our Byas smashed a grand slam. The cubs blanked the reds six zip Brandon McKay took a perfect game for the sixth. Inning of his big league debut, raise the feet of the Rangers five to twins pummel, the White Sox ten three the Tigers the feet of the national seven five snapping. An eight game skid Marlins nine Phillies, six the Orioles shutout the Indians thirteenth and nothing. The Braves rallied past the Mets five

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Johnson & Johnson, Oklahoma come out swinging in first day of historic opioid trial

KDWN Programming

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Johnson & Johnson, Oklahoma come out swinging in first day of historic opioid trial

"Drugmakers being sued by Oklahoma for fuelling opioid addiction say the products, they manufactured were heavily regulated by state and federal agencies and ADR. Dressed an important need for pain. Management attorneys for Janssen. Pharmaceutical companies have Johnson and Johnson gave opening statements in the nation's first state trial against drug makers blamed in the opioid crisis. Oklahoma attorney general, Mike hunter, says the drugs led to the nation's worst man-made public health

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Netanyahu, rival Gantz both claim Israeli election victory, exit polls give prime minister advantage

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Netanyahu, rival Gantz both claim Israeli election victory, exit polls give prime minister advantage

"Both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the leaders of the rival blue and white party. Former military chief Benny Janssen centrist politician, the Erla he'd have declared victory in Israel's elections as murky exit poll predictions rolled in we should know more in the next couple

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"janssen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"janssen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The right headed Janssen thrones swinging a foul off the catcher. Boston Barnes strike one. Cutter at eighty nine miles an hour in the hands of Randy Crawford. Kevin pillar is on deck. Dodgers have the three affiliates to the right of second. Second baseman Hernandez is thirty feet into the outfield. One strike offering. So we're gonna foul back over the screen the fastball right out over the plate that had been his pitched ahead. A fat one just beneath the belt and right over the part of the plate at ninety miles an hour. Onto the county. Proffered hitting to sixty one so far this year. And the to pitch swing a found over the screen again was a cutter on the inner half that time. Providence had six hits in twenty three at bats. Still looking for his first home run hit a couple of doubles and still looking for his first Rb giants are down five to three Jansen on Tom and he throws in the dirt which would auspey pitch that time. And account is wanted to. His slider at eighty three miles an hour. Apparently. The field playing Crawford. Toward left a little bit. The field is no longer in that over shift Segers back at shortstop Bobby shaded toward the middle. Were they to strikeout? Here's the one to pitch. Swung on. Changed? Hi fastball up out of the strike zone on the inside. One away. The Janssen cutter. Little. Late movement at ninety miles an hour but also out of the strike zone. Here's pillar who is over three in his first start as Johnny blistered when a liner but ranked to shortage first time. Trice grounded out to the pitcher takes call strike, and he took a cutter that ended up toward the middle of the plate at ninety miles an hour on the count. Our and Janson. Art. Right handed batsman emissions. Fastball down the middle. Just above the knees. Our has seen Janssen one other time in an interleague game and Janssen struck out. And he's got two strikes out of here. Very quickly all into. And the pitch swing high pop. Fly shadow ride Bellinger charges in calling off Hernandez and makes the cap. Almost overran that. And the shadow. Radio's not that far from the infield Germany quasi. Down. Here is Geraldo power. Fara has singled the left, but again, one of those things that God who did. So. Well tonight. Hit the ball toward the left lion. And it was played nicely by Taylor who then made a perfect throw to second. Geraldo para was thrown out at second trying to stretch his single into a double. Then walked in the fourth inning and granted out to the third baseman in the sixties one for three or one for two. Officially and he takes a fastball on the outside for a called strike on one. Janssen was not really short last night. He admitted. So to the media after the game last night. He. We saw strike so far tonight. He delivers. And there's a long way outside and high as paro showed bunt, and he's a very good butter dance. Need somebody to get on base? And BUSTER Posey has come out on deck in place of Erik Kratz. So far wants to get aboard and give BUSTER chance to do sedan. The shortstop Seger. The only infielder on the lex shine. And he's in on the grass trying to take away the bunt from Colorado power, his Janssen's one in one pitch. Bara takes very high for a ball. He checked his swing dodgers appeal to the third base umpire on Marquez. No. He says. Join on the count. Par is the one hit a two run single against Jansen last night that made it a one run game. Q balls in a strike tomorrow. The pitch. Swing and a ground ball up. The first base side foul cutter right in the hands giant down to their final strike. Kwara has had. Some success against Jansen free sixteen lifetime average against him in nineteen career backs. Nobody had third now. Two strikes Seger. Backs up to deep shorts down. The other three field is on the right side. And his two a two page. Hi tight with a cutter he missed by a considerable distance on that one. Power had to lean back away from he's gonna get a pitch to hit this would figure it'd be it. He doesn't want to have to face the possible tying run. By issuing a walk giving away a base running. Three balls two strikes. Ardo power trying to keep the giants alive. They trailed five two three two down in the nine. Janson atop the high set the pitch swing a little dribbler up. The first base side. That's a favorable picked up by freeze next to the baggy steps on first on the ball game is over. The dodgers. Turn the tables on the giants here. It was the giants during the catching up and coming from behind the late endings the first two games of the series. The dodgers went into the seven trailing in this one. And they came from behind and win the rubber match of the series. Dodgers five giants three and we'll come back with a final game totals right after this..

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Is power napping the next big office trend?

Sleep Junkies Podcast

04:41 min | 3 years ago

Is power napping the next big office trend?

Netflix Earnings: A Mixed Bag as Competition Heats Up

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:22 min | 3 years ago

Netflix Earnings: A Mixed Bag as Competition Heats Up

"This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York and checking in on Netflix again this week after raising subscription prices net. Flicks had earnings to report on its to do list. And while it continued to expand its customer base at a rapid clip in the fourth quarter. Thanks to a swarm of new customers. Overseas could revenue miss and increase spending mean slower growth down the road. That's after these tech headlines. Facebook has removed pages and accounts linked to what it said were to Russian based misinformation campaigns the latest step to prevent misuse on its service, the company removed about five hundred pages and accounts on both Facebook and Instagram photo service, one of them operated in Ukraine with people behind the accounts representing themselves as Ukrainian and sharing. Local news stories the other campaign operated in central Asia as well a central and eastern Europe post represented as coming from independent news or general interest pages or about various topics, including anti-nato sentiment. Facebook said the pages and accounts in this campaign were linked to employees of Sputnik. A Moscow-based news agency Facebook said acted on the Ukrainian operation in particular after an initial tip from US law enforcement. Driverless cars tap, the breaks after years of hype the journals, Tim Higgins reports from this week's Detroit auto show that there is a lot of straight talk about vehicle safety, and let's call them scaled back expectations. Replacing last year's boastful claims a fully driverless cars, flooding cities, follow more of Tim Higgins, coverage of the Detroit auto show at wsJcom or the WSJ app. Johnson and Johnson said it has joined with apple on a research study. The goal is to test. The apple watches ability to help detect early irregular heart conditions before something life threatening happens Janssen, pharmaceuticals, which is part of Johnson and Johnson's family of research and development companies will work on the study the company will use its J J developed heart health monitoring app on the latest apple watch series. The apple help detect the irregular heart rhythm of people living with H Ryol for relation type of rid Mia that often goes unnoticed and can make them more prone to strokes. The study is the latest attempt to tap into the ability of the mobile device and test its ability to help monitor and improve health case in point apple has allowed medical researchers and developers to use its research kit and care kit platforms to create apps to start run and track. Their own clinical trials using apple watch tech coming up net. Flicks reported a jump and paid subscribers in the fourth quarter. But can keep attracting the binge-watching masses and for how long. Netflix added eight point eight million paid subscribers in its twenty eighteen final period that's up thirty four percent from year ago and exceeds both it's an analysts expectations by more than one million revenue grew twenty seven percent to four point nineteen billion dollars missing expectations over the company forecasts revenue growth of twenty one percent for the first quarter a pace that most media companies would relish, but below what is normal for Netflix. Let's get more. Joining us now on the line from Oregon is rob Enderle of the Enderle group, rob a low so a mixed bag. I guess is what we're supposed to call it, obviously, this comes just as we get big news of a price increase for our subscriptions. We definitely have been talking about net. Flicks this week. So I have to ask what's your impression about how what this does for momentum? What this does for any kind of sentiment in place among our investor friends right about now. Most certainly a lot of doubt. You don't wanna see a lot of difficulty with regard to any companies performance, and and certainly this would create that kind of a difficulty. So overall, I think they remained strong, but the, but this is about. So one of the one of the success stories here was user growth, mostly happened outside of the United States, though. That's actually something that we've talked about before. So do the international markets continue to command net. Flicks focus as of right now, our international prospects. Looking film was pretty good of remember you. We have such a thing your call saturation. And to a large extent one of the reasons while we're saying the growth outside of the United States to in it is that they're fairly well Thatcherite it in the United States for the most part people that wanted to use the service are using it of here. So that means they're growth potentials overseas, unless they can find a way to breakthrough that threshold and get people that currently are interested in the service describing it does seem like that. If there is something to be concerned about if you have any stake in Netflix is the tons didn't new forms of competition that keep popping up everywhere. We're shooting they are living in a streaming world. So what is Netflix sorting out? So it can better contend with everyone else. That's streaming out there. Well, the issue really I think for the most part growth and. And and overall power is Disney. Disney represents the biggest threat then that like in the segment their service has with it. Disney content, and that Disney content with regard to kids is unmatched in terms of how valuable it is. And how often it gets watch the same thing over and over again. So losing Disney and having Disney going going up on their own. I think represents the biggest problem they're going to have near term and business. Disney channel probably has the highest probability being very successful of all the challengers as such spending. It's got hold onto subscribers. It's got to make more money. It's got to keep up with all this competition. Certainly sounds like a time. When money is going to be spent if any think they're going to have to spend more the the municipal this is all out competition for dominance. And of course, if Disney's able the win in effect, they could absorb the content that that not like that up. So the end result is that this is really kind of fight to the death between both properties both. Our well-funded. Netflix stablishment his knee attempting to Disney park has the stronger brand. So the so this is this is going to be one of the ages say this guy's rob Enderle. Thanks as always that's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does thanks for listening.

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MLB -- In the end, Los Angeles Dodgers' talent trumps Milwaukee Brewers' moves

SportsCenter All Night

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

MLB -- In the end, Los Angeles Dodgers' talent trumps Milwaukee Brewers' moves

"Come from the ball. Ted at the Los Angeles Dodgers have repeated as champions of the National League, and they are headed to Boston to take on the Red Sox in the World Series. Bible in the final game seven Dan Schulman, the call Saturday night from Miller park in Milwaukee here on ESPN radio Christian yelich, home run in the first for Milwaukee. L A pitching shutting down the brewers offense. The rest of the way dodgers pen areas. Manson Janssen Kershaw. Let me just one hit to go along with seven strikeouts. Over the final four and a third innings for more on the dodgers game seven victory. We hear from Dan Shulman. Chris singleton who had the call here on ESPN radio games

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Dogs being trained to detect ovarian cancer

The Lutheran Hour

10:25 min | 4 years ago

Dogs being trained to detect ovarian cancer

"The studio ovarian cancer symptom awareness is the name of the organization Valley I wanna get to what ovarian, cancer symptom awareness is what the organization is about an event you have coming up but I am not going to bury the lead and the. Lead is, dogs are. Being trained quite effectively as it turns out to. Detect cancer so that's I'm gonna I'm? Going, to start in the middle there ex- explain explain what that is all, about well our organization has a partnership at the, veterinary community and through that partnership we. Formed a great relationship with Dr Cindy Jato and the pin. Bet working dog center and she, has a team of four dogs that are sniffy now the odor inside ovarian. Cancer we've been supporting. Her for the last five years and they're very close to Determining the sense of ovarian. Cancer that will be transmitted to an, electronic knows. That will all now you're confusing so explain so. The dogs let's do it one step at it's the dogs are actually being trained by Dr. Otto that the university, of Pennsylvania school of veterinary medicine to actually determine that one is ovarian cancer and that one isn't yes okay so that's happening yes and it's. Happening effectively, yes all. Right so because there isn't going to be though. I like the idea a dog in? Every, exam room in America right what would be the use of these dogs, and I think that's what you were getting to, when I said whoa explain that so. The dogs are identifying the odor ends and they're taking that. Data, and giving it to Manila. Chemical company is working very closely with Dr Otto and her team and they Are the dogs have been ninety nine percent accurate in determining ovarian cancer cell lines and so that information is being transmitted and turn electric knows and the the ultimate. Result. Of. That will be? A. Blood test and that? Will. Be given. To women that will identify if they have ovarian cancer all right so let's do this again step by step. So. At some point in the not too distant? Future we're helping so at some point relatively soon yes not decades, away, I suspect. But years away yes because it still has to be approved by the government I mentioned okay so. You'll be able to go to your doctor's office and then what, will happen They you it'll, be. A blood blood tests now and then the problem now with ovarian cancer and lots. Of other kinds of cancers is that by the time the blood test says here's some bad news you've already had ovarian cancer, for some time and they don't find it until stage three or four typically that's. Correct all. Right so the way to salvo Varian cancer. To treat it better like a lot of things is simply defined. It earlier cracked this will help. That, to happen yes. It'll be a blood test. That, will determine immediately if there is over in cancer in. In the. Blood. And which and that could be stage one which is ideal ideal gonna find yeah So I mean it's a a blood, test now that you know we have our blood tests that determine our you know. Our kidney levels are what it'll be, that kind of testing that will be an, alert an early alert simple blood test or a part of the blood panel I suppose, women yes that's the. Hope insurance would pay for it is the, hope hope yes and and then the blood panelists sent. To? Wear mo-. Nell chemical. Company is the organization that has created this electronic knows that. Will review doesn't view the test does it literally Mimika, dogs. In some ways yes so the. Idea, it sounds crazy so if valley if you would have thought that you would be telling me this fifteen years ago I suppose you wouldn't have thought, you'd be ever telling anybody this. Now No but my father was a veterinarian and, I believe all things possible in the veterinary world so the dog's nose A. Dog's, nose is. So. Incredible that these dogs, are finding ovarian, cancer and this is a replica of that dog's nose yes sort. Of yes and and this replica? If, you will this. Computer generated. Will. Be able to determine whether ovarian? Cancer cells are there early on early on yes in early detection save? Lives, yeah so talk about that is what what's the difference between finding ovarian cancer stage one. Compared to stage four They it's is, there a short answer the person lives essentially potentially yes but it's. It's good to know that there? Are, thirty three different. Kinds of. Ovarian. Cancer at different levels yeah you? Can have a stage one that is as serious as a stage four So. It's, you. Know if you have a family, history and you have any of the symptoms. For two weeks or more don't ignore them go see your doctor and we'll talk about what symptoms are because the mission of your organization I believe. Is to educate people yes, yes so we'll. Do some, education. Here but. It's quite amazing what dogs can do all of, this started, in part because of a? Friend of mine who, has? Since, passed away and a friend of sued Janssen who's on the phone sue Johnson writes about companion animals as. Well, good morning sue good morning thank you for getting up so early for us So tell us what. Our mutual friend and your, dear friend dare. Lean art, and. Did before. She passed away of ovarian cancer of all things He was a certified animal behavior consulted dogs and cats She was a writer Had several books she, did a radio show so she would periodically be on our show and sometimes poor. Thing. Beyond her show exactly Yes yes so she said I understand the interrelationship here between people dogs and the ability of, dogs noses to find things that we couldn't even fathom finding actually had that foresight a. Couple of years ago and created a fund and you have an announcement to make having to do with all that Exactly I Wanted to do something to continue her. Legacy And to continue to honor and. The work that she was so passionate about so I am creating a funder starting this fun too Gift To the ovarian cancer symptom awareness group in order to continue their outreach, program veterinary outreach, program and the dog sniffing program that will hopefully eventually lead to early detection which will lead to saving lives I mean this this is, quite incredible and we're talking ovarian cancer valley but Dr Otto herself the researcher. Who you know I know. Has told me I'm, more than one occasion gee, if we could do this for ovarian cancer I think we've opened up the genie's bottle, and now we have the super-secret these are not her words I can assure you he's. Not, her. Scientific words, but we, have now the secret and we can replicate this, for other texts of cancers particularly those like stomach cancer uterine cancer bladder cancer are typically not found until later. On right exactly and that's you know we're focusing on the ovarian cancer piece of, it but our entire team is so energized that the thought that it could lead to early detection for other cancers and when sue talk to, you off the, air days and days ago and said I'm coming in for your event which you can talk about she Another announcement as well. Correct Yes I she's we're delighted that show becoming to our dog walk on September. Ninth To LeRoy oaks forest preserve in Saint Charles and she's. Coming in from, Kansas and we're thrills she and I have. Never met in person so I'm very very happy to welcome her to Saint Charles? And, she's going, to talk about the fund that she is supporting Darlene to memory Yeah and you know helping us with an ongoing fund that can help us not only support Dr Otto's work but get out there and get the word out on the silence sometimes you know sue I know you were dare leans dearest friend in the world and, this must mean a lot to, you to know that these dollars that you continue to raise. That the ovarian, cancer symptom awareness organization continues to raise are. Really making a difference in a way that might even go beyond with Darlene envisioned Oh absolutely I it's it is really thrilling and I, just excited to be a part of it well I'm sorry that. I can't see. You. Out in San, off somewhere I don't even know where I'm going to be I think Myrtle Beach speaking, at a conference and then onto Portland somewhere but I'll be somewhere. Other, than here, unfortunately, but I'm glad you're coming here and I thank you for, your help with all this yeah we'll talk more about the benefit in detail when we come back and what ovarian cancer symptom awareness is what the organization is what they do and much more on WGN.

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MLB -- Clayton Kershaw in for his toughest stretch run yet

Mason & Ireland

01:12 min | 4 years ago

MLB -- Clayton Kershaw in for his toughest stretch run yet

"It's Madison Bumgarner versus Clayton Kershaw than at Seattle for three. They're really good. Even playing Seattle just swept the Astros in Houston, and then home to Saint Louis, their eight games over five hundred before things get easier with the Padres in the Rangers. But this this next nine games is going to be a really critical stretch for the dodgers and they're gonna have to figure out what to do with the bullpen. I think that did putting stripling in my aid in the bullpen is smart. I think that gives you two more options there and you know, they've had seven walk off losses this year. That's brutal. That's, but I'm not. I don't know why I'm not panicking yet. I, I guess it's because. Nobody else in the division, and maybe this is lack of respect on my part. But nobody else in the division really scares Arizona's pretty good at Colorado is is neck back. They're good. They're not bad or good. They're they're, you know, they had a good weekend. Dodgers open the door for him this weekend. They could've punched him in the mouth and diamond Mexican. But if if everybody in the dodgers who they have in the roster shows up, right. I think you know, tonight will be fascinating game has it's, you know, two years ago, this would have been the two best pitchers baseball,

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Recon: Janssen’s Darzalex Combination Trials Halted

Colorado's Morning News

02:15 min | 4 years ago

Recon: Janssen’s Darzalex Combination Trials Halted

"In custody hundreds of firefighters are in san miguel county battling the horse park wildfire that we've been telling you about that fires burning on mostly blm land it's burned about fifteen hundred acres north west of telluride officials say it's burning in a remote area and is only five percent contained progress is being made on the growing buzzard fire in new mexico more than eighteen thousand acres have burned in the remote hilo national forest in southwestern new mexico that fire now thirty four percent contained president trump at a rally in tennessee repeating a campaign promise about forcing mexico to pay for that border wall they're going to pay for the wall and they're going to enjoy it okay to enjoy they do nothing for us on twitter mexico's president says it's never going to happen missouri governor eric greitens has announced his resignation effective on friday the last few months have been incredibly difficult for me for my family greitens admitted to having an affair with his hairdresser he was also accused of misusing charity donor list to raise money for his campaign a new study suggests there's little benefit in taking multivitamins why are we all doing it researchers looked at five years of data and found that taking multivitamins vitamin d calcium vitamin c had no real impact or risk when it comes to dying of heart disease or stroke folic acid and b vitamins however did seem to show some benefit the study appears in the journal of the american college of cardiology popular birth control pill is being recalled over the possibility that pills or incorrectly package drugmaker allergan says hormone and placebo pills were out of order in a sample pack of the oral contraceptive take tula the company warns that taking the pills out of order could result in an unintended pregnancy and finally they're making adjustments to the pikes peak highway after traffic increases due to the closure of the cog railway pike's peak america's mountain manager jack glazing says they'll figure out a way to make things easier on everyone appreciate that we are trying to work with everybody we know the locals do get aggravated but remember tourism does help drive the economy in colorado springs and the local areas officials from cdot and el paso county are putting their heads together planning for new signs and possibly.

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Ketamine's 'rapid help' for depression

News, Traffic and Weather

01:03 min | 4 years ago

Ketamine's 'rapid help' for depression

"Well as your home i'm andy field abc news sitting for long periods of time is bad for you maybe worse than previously thought well it's known to cause cardiovascular problems a new ucla study reveals sitting for long periods could negatively affect the part of the brain related to making new memories that could be a precursor to problems later in life like dementia but researchers say so far the study only suggests correlation not causation there's word that ketamine popular club drug could help people suffering severe depression a new study by researchers at yale school of medicine and janssen pharmaceuticals looked at people considered suicide risks those given ketamine showed improvement in depression symptoms in a matter of weeks the effects weren't longterm however but researchers suggest the drug could be used to help people at imminent risk the study is being published in the american journal of psychiatry health update sara lee kessler nbc news radio.

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