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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"Of our brain and these tend to be located in a part of our brain called the temporal parietal region so the temporal lobe is along the side of the brain. The parietal lobe is in the back of the brain and where the to come together as where we have a lot of our memory processes and so when brain scans have been done on people experiencing nostalgia. That's an area of the brain that becomes active still it's about memory sorry but it's also about emotions would links the emotion to the memory is another part of our brain called the insular. <hes> the insulin seems to be involved not so much in the actual feeling of emotions but in trying to help us understand Stan. It's like the translator between our emotional lines and are rational minds. Andrew says there's also evidence that dopamine the feel-good molecule in our brain is released when we feel nostalgic so it's no coincidence that marketers tap into this motion when figuring out how to sell us their products he's in point this little stranger things duty that was released to advertise new COQ Tracy Sir. Here's Joan Berger. He's a marketing professor at the Wharton School at the University of of Pennsylvania. I think people are always interested in Harkening back to a simple time. It reminds them in connects them to things that they've loved in the past and so it's an interesting way <hes> for marketers to stay relevant today and you know what it happens with every new generation Jonas Jonas as that people in the nineteen eighties where nostalgic for the nineteen fifties every generation say oh today things are so complicated and busy and young people there is so into new technologies and things are so much different than the simple ways of of of the past and so the idea of Harkening back to a simple time <hes> simpler time hearkening back to when people were younger <hes> when things life seemed easier. That was the case with this guy I talked to you named Sean Rowe Bear. He runs an eighties nostalgia website and he told me it all started back when he was in his early. Twenties and life was tough. I was working two jobs to make ends meet and it just seemed like <hes> I was sort of like a cog in a machine he wanted to build what he calls. A happy a place for himself filled with all the cartoons and movies and toys and even serials that he loved as a kid. The idea was that it would be like an archive of all kinds of like eighty eric kids stuff and stuff that I could share thirteen years later the site still going strong. Sean made friends through the website even met his wife and it made him feel better but Sean says he realizes there's an irony to all of this. There's this undercurrent of sadness that defines nostalgia the whole idea of Nostalgia Algebra. Is this one or need for something that you can't have any more when you start accepting the fact that you can't go back or that. The sadness is the way it's supposed to be. I guess that's when it becomes a little bit more gratifying. That story was reported by his tongue and Andreas coast. That's our show for this week. The pulses a production of W._H._y._y.. In Philadelphia special thanks to Ben Grows at the Linda Hall Library in Kansas City for his input on this episode. Our Health and science reporters are Allen. You list Hong Jets Lehman and Steph Yen. Andreas copes is our intern we had production assistance from Julian Harris. Charlie clear is our engineer near Lindsay Lazar. Ski Is our producer. I Mike and Scott Thank you for listening. Behavioral Health reporting on the pulse is supported by the Thomas Scattered Good Behavioral Health Foundation an organization that is committed to thinking doing and supporting innovative approaches in integrated healthcare.

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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"From norse mythology to fables fairy tales and x-men comic books. The new tribe from Quebec has the story three of Koo Koo Koo Koo Koo Watts who lived in the spirit world and he was in love with the Moon. Luckily for him. The moon loved him back every night. When she went out to shine on the mortal world kuwata would watch her aw another spirit named trickster was jealous of their love so he came up with a plan to get KUKOC WATT sue out of the picture trickster told Kousaku watt sue that the moon deserved a beautiful gift the wild roses she could see from the sky die every night? Co Komatsu thought this was a great idea so he went to the mortal world and gathered the roses but he forgot something important once you leave the spirit world you can never go back in mourning for her loss love. The Moon bestowed a gift on Koa Komatsu. She turned him into a wolf now. When the full moon shines Kousaku Watt Sue the wolf sings to her? It's a great story but Michelle Mancini the Educational Coordinator at the Wolf Sanctuary of Pennsylvania likes to separate fact from fiction. I think it's actually of course people putting that impression on them. I think people have a fascination with the Moon I think they have the fascination with wolves as well so the two kind of combined into fairy tales in fact the middle of the night is when you're least likely to hear a wolf howl wolves are actually not truly nocturnal animals. They don't have eyesight at night like a bat or another species that would have super great eyesight at night you know the really big is they actually can see better during the day on they typically hunt at dawn and dusk. It's called crops killer as opposed to nocturnal or diurnal diurnal. There are fifty three wolves here at the sanctuary many rescued from people who tried to keep them as pets breeding programs and defunct zoos around the country they live in large naturally wooded enclosures where they can dig dens swimming ponds and and chase the occasional unfortunate rabbit and they make lots of noises for lots of reasons barking for wolves is an alert so it's kind of like a who are it was an alarm call. She was concerned learned that we have thrived in the morning most of the time wolves howl to locate members of their own pack or to intimidate potential enemies so they'll often vary the pitch of their help when they're together and that will actually make it sound like there's twice as many wolves in in the package their art so ideally it would mean that you know anybody hearing them. Any neighboring packs might not want to challenge them because that's their territory howls can also be an expression of sadness. They can do a morning. How if they're alone? <hes> I'm saying if they're packers abandon them for some reason or if they lose a mate here we've had wolves howl alone how at losing a companion sometimes for a short period of time but sometimes it can last for weeks months where they'll how how kind of a daily loan how in morning they do grieve for the most part Michelle says the belief that Wolves Howl at the full moon is a misconception but that's not to say it doesn't contain a kernel of truth under the light of the full moon. They're they're more likely to be more active at night and also they're more likely to succeed hunting when they go out and when they succeed they might gather as a pack and how together to both mark their territory and also strengthened pack bonds and they're also really excited because they've succeeded at getting getting some dinner so no they're not howling at the moon but they may be howling because of it <music> Kate. Moss getting reported that story. That's our show for this week. The pulses a production action of W._H._y._y.. In Philadelphia our health and science reporters are Alan you tongue jets Lehman and Steph Yin Andreas copes as our intern. We have production assistance from Julian Harris. Charlie Kyler is our engineer and this week we had engineering assistance from Diana Martinez. Lindsay Lazar Ski is our producer. I'm Mike and Scott. Thank you for listening behavioral health reporting on the pulse..

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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"And that's the issue critics of physical education class point to it's great if you already fit and good at whatever the clause is about, but not everyone starts out that way, he was Andrew Rohan, a high school senior at Moorestown friends school. I'm not the most athletic student of the bunch. And you've got these star basketball players who are actually on the varsity, high school basketball team. And then, like me and some of my friends who are like struggling to not get knocked over as people are dunking on the basket. And if pe- Kloss just reinforces existing differences, the F let kids get Besse, and everyone else is embarrassed or miserable role, but more the P teacher at constitution high school knows this. So sometimes he that's the students choose what they want as. As long as they fulfil, the goal of the class, sometimes we're doing our cardio day, we do steps, we do the steps up from the basement to the sixth floor up and down for fifteen minutes. Some kids could be walking doing stairs, cardio jumping rope. As long as you're doing something active. You get a for the day, and he's open to taking a back seat. And letting a student lead the class, I have a girl and one of my classes, she's really into yoga. She has all the stretches, and all the poses, and I let her kind of dictate and the rest of the class jumps in and that, you know, participating in trying their best and for Robin. That's the point of gym clothes, China, get them. More active as the idea ain't trying to get kids. Do lead an active lifestyle to find things that they continue to have fun doing into college and beyond P, E, teachers nationwide are trying to pull off this reinvention of gym class. Michelle Konta is a senior program manager at shape America professional group for health and PE teachers, she was a teacher herself. Six years. And she knows it will not be easy to change people's minds. I've made up with friends and we would do you know go out for dinner or happy hour at other young professionals in, we're sharing what do you do? And I would tell them that have a PE teacher. I think the most to common things that I did hear it was like, oh, I couldn't stand, P E, or they would ask my own. Do you still play dodgeball? She says, if you think about any high school, P E teacher in a TV show or movie, that's an example of what not to do. That's old school P that we are really trying really hard to change. There are new federally mandated stand this for P E clause. But Michaud says most states thought this tennis from Hoboken position or you something, that's very similar. Michelle says hoc groups once P teaches to design classes, socialists, can learn at their level, maybe the stop off school play is complete basket bowl, while the kids who need to learn simply how to pass and catch Abe. Apple can do that. She says the whole point is for students to learn skills running jumping throwing catching so they can find a fiscal activity that they like, and we'll do to stay active as adults also Michelle says shoot should not have to stress about getting picked for teams and where they stand in the social hierarchy find someone who is wearing the same color shirt as you or find someone whose birthday is in the same month. Find someone whose name starts with the same letter so into not friends trying to get with friends or people feeling left out, but it's something that's more random and allows for different people to work together. That story was reported by Alan, you. And here's one more bad, gym class memory, this one comes from Helen been. Yes. So I maybe twelve mad awkward with a crush on Stephen Martinez class heartthrob. The gym teacher calls, dodgeball where I struggled to get his attention. But not get tagged. Stephen Martinez, clocks me straight in the face, and my nose starts bleeding kids laugh, and I learned love hurts. That's our show for this week, the pulses of production off WHYY in Philadelphia. Our health and science reporters are Alan Ube list hung jets, Leyland, and Steph van Andrea's copes is our intern. We had production assistance from Julian Harris, Charlie. Kyler is our engineer Lindsey Lazar ski is our producer. I'm Mike and Scott. Thank you for listening. Behavioral health reporting on

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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"And she saw this allergy note, pop up on patients charts often then her son was diagnosed with a penicillin allergy. He had just like an ear, infection and was on amoxicillin so, like, well, analogy four I had a rash because I was taken pin as Silliman just a red bumpy rash all over his body. And as in most cases that's enough for the person to be told. Okay, you're allergic to penicillin, and that went right on his chart, too. But it turns out that neither of us is allergic defendant, Zilin. How did you find that out? So, I think as a so often, the case in parenthood, I was more invested in my son's long-term well-being than I was in my own. And I thought you know, I really don't want him to have this label on his chart. I don't want this world of potentially ex. Solent medications to not be available to him for the rest of his life. And so I took him to see an allergist shall I'll want to dump a nice woman and see tone me, like was going to happen. And he went through a pretty simple skin testing procedure. They gave him one pill of amoxicillin afterwards when he passed the skin test, and he didn't have a reaction. So that label was totally taken off of his chart. He is not allergic to penicillin Neta, went through the same skin test and got the same result. And as she dug into more research she found out this is really common. We've actually learned in medicine that ninety five percent of people who have a reported, penicillin allergy or not, allergic to penicillin. She said that reaction she had as a teenager that itchy rash could have been from anything also people sometimes outgrow, these allergies. So what should physicians? And I'm thinking it's probably most likely primary care physicians who should know about this. What should physicians do differently? I think one of the most important things is that when we see that penicillin allergy on a patient's chart to ask more questions about it. We often treat that allergy tab as, as if it's written in stone. Whereas other parts of the chart were constantly updating and things are coming off and being added on, we should view that allergy tab with that same fluidity. So ask more questions. What actually happened? How old were you in some cases? The reaction really is severe. They might have had their skin Slough off of their body, that's serious. And that warrants more of like a closer investigation, but if it was that they had hives when they were thirteen like me, then we could actually really think about sending them for testing and maybe taking that off of their chart and not having or being able in. Quotes to take those medications can have some pretty serious drawbacks. Right. Absolutely. There have actually been a number of studies that have shown that people with a reported penicillin allergy have a higher risk of really serious complications, like, for example, Mersa, that resistant, staff, infection, also C, diff or clustered him difficile colitis, which can make a person, incredibly sick people with penicillin allergy have a higher risk of those kinds of infections. And so it's not a harmless thing to just kind of linger in your history for years and years. And what's the reason for those bigger infections? Is that because they were treated with stronger antibiotics along the way? And that's exactly right. Yes. Not afraid is an internal medicine physician and host of the primary care reviews and perspectives podcast. That's our show for this week. The pulse is a production of WHYY in Philadelphia our health and science reporters are Allen, you Liz tongue jets Lehman and Steph yen, Andreas copes is our inter. We have production, the systems from Julian Harris, Charlie. Kyler is our engineer Lindsey Lazar ski is our producer. I'm Mike in Scott. Thank you for listening..

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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"Let's keep rope for about three rounds just to warm up. And then I will try for four rounds. And then on kid the bag probably do six rounds at the regular heavy bags. And, and then I'll just do some cuts tiny like. Things like that, that are very known exciting but you kind of just have to do if you want. This hour long workout is the bare minimum for her daily routine if she has a fight coming up. She spends even more time training in sparring. She just came back from the Ted conference in Vancouver because she has an the fulltime job. She's an astrophysicist about cities that are always surprised which is intriguing because there are boxers all over the spectrum photographers performance artist writers, so I don't I'm not sure why astrophysicist would stick out, but it does. And then all the people are surprised she's willing to take a punch, and a lot of people that generally, when I talk to them, say like onto worried that you are gonna hurt your brain. Boxing, you know of the I really don't want to downplay the seriousness of brain injuries in impact sports. But also, I don't think that's a problem that only scientists have if you have a brain injury, and you reduce your mental capacity the. Is a problem that you have as scientists or as any other person that has any other job? I think in fact, she does she some similarities between boxing and astrophysics. I find that it's something to being in a male dominated sport or enemy dominate activity, the must speak to me because I do both physics and boxing, and they're both obviously very male dominated fields. I don't like being told that I cannot do things that I kind of want to react to that by showing that I can, I said once by doctor that he had troubles imagining somebody that looked like me doing something as difficult as Astro physics. He told her this while he was stitching her hands that she had caught while cooking on one hand, I didn't really want him to. Poke my hand through on the other end. I thought that was really an raging content. And then there are people in the boxing world who think women shouldn't be boxes. Federico says female boxers are paid nowhere near as well as the may counterparts. There are managers who just don't work with women women's boxing, thin. Become an Olympic sport until twenty twelve and in an awfully specific way. There are also scientists who think she shouldn't be fighting at all meaning that they, they think about boxing, a very violence for they may not see that as on the same ethical level as something as noble science. But most of her colleagues are supportive they generally appreciate the break in the stereotypes type of things that, you know, to show that scientists are not just lab. Rats, but also have lives and interests and all possible passions including combat sport. It's ridiculous. To say that they would think about science one hundred percent of the time. We'll make photo Vati bet scientist I think she says boxing, actually makes her a better scientist that both problem-solving problem solving Timothy's. When you're boxing, you really faced with a puzzle and skill is to not get overwhelmed and to see what the other person does wrong so that you can take advantage of that. That is a puzzle and so is science right? You're faced with the problem you had figure out, what is the right strategy to, to address it. I think the do multiple things. Improves your ability to think about a problem for multiple angles and so improves your creativity, ultimately, what thing that boxing really improved for me is myself confidence, my ability to withstand stress and to think about problems calmly, and lucidly 'cause that's really old. Boxing, is about. So as one in science, it increased my confidence increased myself esteem, and that is just priceless. Any of the sounds. Allen June reported that story. That's all show for this week. The post is a production of WHYY in Philadelphia our health and science. Reporters are Allen. You list tongue jets laymen and step in, we had production assistance from Julian Harris, Andreas cope is our intern Charlie Cairo is our engineer Lindsey Lazar ski is our producer. I'm Mike God. Thank you for listening. Behavioral health reporting.

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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"You were not permitted to do you would also be anxious and depressed. And from DNA standpoint. They are programmed to wake up hunt catch kill. And so this is what kept behaviors call the seeking circuit. It's this part of their brain, that drives them to hind and releases dopamine when they do is there any way to strike a balance so to give the cats this excitement, but also keep them save. Yes. So that's actually what Jackson teaches owners to do. And what he was trying to advise me to do is just play with your cat more so many ways that you can split the difference. And it is definitely a harder parenting choice to do the work, you know, as opposed to open the door. So Liz, what have you in Willie decided to do with a half now? She is still going outside. We are talking about it, but I have told you. Really that especially after hearing once again, all of the horrible things that can happen to cats when they go outside, did, I really do want to try and bring her in. So currently making plans to see about making that happen closed the door the door. Thanks. Liz, thanks, Megan. That's all show for this week. The pulse production of WHYY in Philadelphia our health and science. Reporters are Alan you list tongue jets, Lehman and Steph, yet, we have production assistance from Julian Harris, Andy copes is our intern Charlie. Kyler is our engineer Lindsey Lazar sqi is our producer. I'm Mike in Scott. Thank you for listening..

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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"But it felt like it was looking at me not just looking at me. But really seeing me, and I looked back at this creature with its Brown shell cracked skin and large dark eyes and thought to myself that it had come along at that moment for a reason, I'm not a spiritual person. But I had an pithy that one sea turtle helped set me on the path to feeling whole again. Diane, shade Smith edited and published her daughter Malary's memoir, it's called salt in my soul. An unfinished life. Didn't really matter whatever she was doing in the ocean. She was always at her happiest. That's our show for this week. The pulse is a production of WHYY in Philadelphia. Our health science reporters are Allen, you list, hung jets Lehman and Steph yet we had production assistance from Julian Harris, Charlie Kyler is our engineer Lindsey Lazar ski is our producer Tanya English is our editorial director, I'm Mike and Scott. Thank you for listening. Behavioral health.

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"julian harris" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The biggest stories on the south coast from the Euboea newsroom. Beers Jim Phillips. This is WBZ SM news, sixty five degrees and sunny a man accused of stealing the purchase of two women in Dartmouth was found to be a danger to the community in court today, forty year old Miguel Brazil New Bedford was ordered held without bail as he was deemed a danger to the community by district court judge. He scheduled to return to court on may fourteen a pretrial hearing, according to Dartmouth police Brazil, rob two women on Dartmouth street on April eighth and ninth after the second robbery. Brazil led police on a chase engine New Bedford where he crashed into a Dartmouth police cruiser on grape street. Brazil was arrested then transported to Saint Luke's hospital to be treated for injuries sustained in the crash. He faces twelve charges in connection with the crimes the event for the city council's property committee meets tonight to discuss a proposal by cruise development. To convert the former Phillips avenue school and to seventeen appointments a number of nearby residents say they're opposed to the plan because of parking issues. They say new residents to the neighborhood will make a bad parking situation in that densely populated part of the city only worse. The property committee begins at seven in the city council chambers at city hall, union leaders and stop and shop officials say negotiations for new worker contract are resuming today in providence employees of the grocery store. Chain have continued to strike since walking up the job last Thursday, political leaders now joining in the fight Connecticut, Senator Richard Blumenthal, and Chris Murphy or supporting striking stop and shop workers in Connecticut. Stop and shop employee Julian Harris says the strike is now impacting the community. A lot of my customers. They don't have the means of transportation to go out to other stores that may be three miles five miles away from here. So there's a lot of people in community going without food right now workers say the supermarket chain is proposing drastic cuts to health care benefits and take home pay officials with stop and shop say they're disappointed. The union officials ordered that strike Red Sox and Yankees tangled. Tonight in the Bronx WB SMS coverage starts at five.

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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"They thought this was the most areas thing piece of play space flight hardware that was playing a little song. I guess it's engineer humor. And that's how curiosity was able to play birthdays onto itself. Planetary scientists. Tony Harrison says people may have had a strong reaction. So that lonely song because Rovers have eyes and arms. You can think of it as something that is alive in some way. And it's acting as this emissary for us as humans on Mars. We can't get there ourselves. Just yet. She worked on the previous malls Rover for also. And she says an emotional connection can be good lost you when the most Rover opportunity lost contact with earth. The public rallied behind the little Rover to get off to save it a lot of effort for NASA in terms of funding in what they decide to do really hinges on what the public is interested in gauged and lost week. She was when awesome made one lost efforts to try and get in touch with paternity. Everybody went silent. N just waited watched the little screen where you would see a blip come up if we had. Heard something from the Rover kind of like, you know, watching for a heartbeat on a heart monitor or something like that. It didn't come. The lost message opportunity sent Bak was cold hot data on celebratory power readings. But the general public imprint eight different interpretation my battery is low and it's getting dark. The fact that people took that and tried to turn it into something very poetic coming from this machine on another planet. I think shows how much we're moaning with it. And were you know, embodying it with motions Masa? The European Space Agency in China our own planning to send new Rovers to moss curiosity might not be all alone on the red planet for much Longa. Reported that story. That's our show for this week the pulses production of WHYY in Philadelphia. Our health and science reporters are Allen, you list, hung and jets Lehman Julian Harris is our intern. We had help producing this week show from gen Kinney. Charlie higher is our engineer Lindsey Lazar scales. Our producer, Tanya English is our editorial director, I Mike and Scott. Thank you for listening.

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The Pulse

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"Over the course of time, we've used the name Frankenstein, even though Frankenstein was not the actual Munster to denote some wrongdoing and science where some perceive wrongdoing and science Michael says, the mad scientist motive is in part, a creation of the writer's imagination. But it also reflects things that people were worried about at the time. If you look the island of Dr oh, for example, I believe is publishing the t nine is it relates to concerns about vivisection that's operating on live animals. You go back to the compound Dugway. And about Evelyn theory, which very new to the world particular time when Darwin's ideas were spreading beyond the scientific domain into the social domain. We see it later in the nineteen fifties and sixties reflecting fears about nuclear technology, and there's some fantastic movies from those times about. Killer ants that were exposed to atomic radiation, swirling, inferno of radioactive dust where things are so terrifying. So hideous carrier snow way to despite them. And of course, there's the whole canon of Michael Crichton from the Andromeda strain to Westworld and Jurassic Park. Michael Crichton made a career out of examining trust of science. He was constantly exploring. This idea of the mad scientist and the way in which at least in his calculation. Scientists would always push past the boundaries of what most society would think of as acceptable science. Whether it be bringing back, you know, satellite from outer space that contained a deadly pathogen or whether it be recreating dinosaurs. So how to scientists feel about this Trump real scientists get accused of being mad scientists all the time Craig Venter who was one of the genomic scientists to I sequence the human genome and later went on to create the first thank life-form has been accused of being a mad scientist. I think that's pretty ridiculous. But you can see where that comes from comes from fear and concern over what individuals were could potentially lead to. And Michael says, we have to be careful not to confuse mad science in movies with bad science in real light. It relates to bed study design it relates to the way in which scientists perceive of and treat their study subjects often unethically, and I think it relates to what scientists always bring to the table, but perhaps bring more of it to the table in the context of bad science, and that is. Nixing their own personal ideologies with the scientific methodology which isn't perfect on its own. But those two things together can create a real harm. Michael says there are lots of historic examples of bad science and science isn't perfect now, either sometimes scientists get it, right? And sometimes they get it wrong. And we do our best through ethics regulations to help them. Not get it wrong. But scientists are people too, and that's part of the practice volition of science. Tell my students that when we look at some of the agreed ethical examples from the history Pollock health history medicine over the course of the twentieth century that for sure century from now people look back and say, you know, we did certain things wrong, and we harmed people's and populations in variety of different ways. Michael you Dell is a historian of public health and an ethicist at Drexel University. That's our show for this week. The pulses a production of WHYY in Philadelphia. Our health and science reporters are Alan you, Liz tongue and jets Sulaiman Julian Harris is our intern. Charlie Kyler is our engineer and this week we had engineering help from Adam Stanishev chessy Lindsey Lazar scales. Our producer, Tanya English is our editorial director, I Mike and Scott. Thank you for listening. Behavioral health reporting.

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The Pulse

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"That really is just a function of what your looking for what your definition of good welfare is what makes for good quality of life for an animal. So that's a little bit different than what the vet said. Yeah. And this is actually question that she poses to her ethics class at the veterinary school there. It's simply the case of which cat has better quality of life. So I give them a case of the the indoor cat. Living along and possibly relatively boring. Life indoors versus the cat that is outdoors or indoor outdoor. It's very well exercise hits very mentally stimulated. And at the relatively young age of five years old meets its nemesis, the moving car at high speed. And then the cat says goodbye to us all and I'm I'm almost always shocked that people pick cat number two almost every time. But do you really think cats get depressed when they are not outside, or is that just a human emotion that we put on that? So it's actually wondering that and I reached out to a cat behaviorist who you might have heard of. Hey, everybody. This is your cat. Daddy jackson. Galaxy actually had this show called my cat from hell. And this is what he said. Yeah. Of course, I've seen depression as a human if you knew Europe on this planet to do one thing. And that one thing you. Were not permitted to do. You would also be anxious and depressed and from DNA standpoint. They are programmed to wake up hunt catch kill any. So this is what kept behaviors call the seeking circuit. It's this part of their brain that drives them to hind and releases dopamine when they do is there any way to strike a balance. So to give the cats this excitement, but also keep them save. Yes. So that's actually what Jackson teaches owners do. And what he was trying to advise me to do is just play with your cat more. So many ways that you can split the difference. And it is definitely a harder parenting choice to do the work. You know, as opposed to open the door still is what have you in Willie decided to do with a half. Now, she is still going outside. We are talking about it. But I have told wolf. That especially after hearing once again, all of the horrible things that can happen to cats when they go outside. Did I really do want to try and bring her in? So currently making plans to see about making that happen closed the door the door. Thanks, liz. Thanks. That's our show for this week. The pulse is a production of WHYY in Philadelphia. You can find us on I tunes or whatever. You get your podcast, our health and science reporters are Alan you list. Hung end jets Lehman Julian Harris is our intern. Charlie Kyler is the engineer Alex stone is our associate producer Lindsay Lazar skate is our producer Tanya English is our editorial director, I'm Mike and Scott. Thank you for listening.

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The Pulse

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"Didn't they want you to come testify? Well, you just ruined me. I'll use separate from van nomin Haydn, and how long can you keep me in adding not very long in his son's case. Alfred says he felt like he had to resolve thanks himself. Head to go to the guy parent is look is happen is oval. How do we rebuild our allies together Buell ourself back up in mean, I think when you Tomas safety you gotta took awhile opportunities. You know without opportunities. You never be safe in a city way. This a city is growing thriving and transforming. And certain people locked out. So you Creighton a system of violence when you don't give opportunities of people who who have been hit Alfred continues to fight for core system changes that give people the chance at a decent life. He says creating opportunities for people is the only way to slow down the violence and the tragedies somebody shoe you hit him back. I cry you cry but who win nobody's gonna win. That's New Orleans community activists. Alfred Marshall Mara Lezo produced the story with Natalie. That's how show for this week the pulses production of WHYY in Philadelphia. Our health and signs reporters are Alan June List. Hung in jets Lehman, Julian Harris, our intern Charbagh Kyler is our engineer Alex turn the associate producer Lindsay Lazar skied producer, Talia English is our editorial director. I'm Mike Scott. Thank you for listening.

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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"So despite its off-putting attributes it's safe to drink folks here just don't trust it. And that's what keeps Dickey and business. Begrudge more conscientious about it. And that's it, you know, and they go, oh, my kid not drink and city water because I want them to have it. Well, wouldn't hurt him a bit drink mix? Spring water. It will not kill him for the pulse and Kristen data. All right. I have to admit I still feel a little weird about this whole toilets to tap situation. Even if I know that the water is perfectly clean dogs on the other hand, they don't seem to care. In fact, they loved drinking directly from the toilet bowl. Is that save Julian Harris went to find out? Is it safe for us to let our dog stick their face where we stick our books. Sit down sit that's my Catherine in her dog lapis. I went to see of her dog was like most oaks and had a thing for tola water. I will have you ever seen your dog drink out of the tape. Unfortunately, I have I have heard her more than I have seen her because I usually try to remember close the toilet. But sometimes you just don't do that will leave the door open. And next thing, you know, you'll hear her going to. Opinion on your dog drinking out the toilet Allitt really for Friday. She not do that. Okay. That's one strike against dogs drinking from the toilet. We also asked microbiologists. Shelly ranking she's at the vet school at the university of Pennsylvania. We don't put bleach down there. Every time we go to the toilet. And so that means that your dogs are occasionally coming into contact with organisms that can potentially make them sick. There are a whole bunch of diseases that we Kohl's northeast. The are technically prison in animals and can be transmitted to humans. It works. The other way around when humans or set can their pooping then all of that residual stuff can be in the toilet for animals to ingest. So I wouldn't advocate for any reason that we lay or dogs drink from the toilet keep the toilet closed. Got it. Don't let spot roam free in the bathroom the dogs. Do love toilet water. Mark, catherine. Sees this firsthand with Lapiz all she sees is big bowl of order. She drinks water all day long. If I had like, a water, cooler, doggy water colour, she would drink the whole thing. Also, I was wondering if lapis knows that drinking out of the toilet is bed. I let her into the bathroom and flush toilet. She looked at me like, really. But didn't drink. But as soon as I left the room, she went to town. Good for you lap. Is that was Julian Harris reporting, and hey, we all have our favorite kinds of water Americans have fallen in love with sparkling, water stuff like lacrosse or LaCroix. However, you wanna say it can science explain this love affair Allen. You has more. I am not a regular seltzer drink up. But one thing you noticed. I is old a choices out there. There's sparkling and natural essence, whatever that means. Plus, so many flava choices pump, moose, blackberry, q Kumbum. I was with plain old lemon lime and took the ball to into a quiet studio for full radio effect to see if I can get what all this buzz is about. While when I drink that I can really feel tingling in my throat's. So people really like sparkling water, and there are many kinds that you can get though. Hey, good you addicts. Yes, I am. How are you? Good. Alan nice to meet you. I went to one place. West Celta is made the Brooklyn seltzer boys. This one has been around long before the Croix. Seltzer men pick up the ball those in trucks. They bring them to customers all around New York City kind of like how milkman use of a milk. Alex gone book is the vice president of this company and his family has been making Celso since the nineteen fifties. And my wife drinks a ton of it. Also, my dad drinks at tons of seltzer. You know, a lot of everyone in our family drink seltzer. I mean, it's it's our drink the company takes New York City tap water, triple filters through San Choco and paper choose it's a forty two degrees mixes it with carbon dioxide Ben puts it in gloss bottles..

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"julian harris" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"julian harris" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"And her again. Pardon? You find the my nobody you are actually crying once the by dividing. He's he he's a. Where are where? I move was being a big over Reckitt. Ralph. After giving the author friends giving over to print himself has much better like those nicest. I I don't know if all of our listeners do. Keep talking just keep. Keep talking. Sisters topper date Sturgis game in town for a day. And she invented the new game gutter which is pushing your your legs. Holly came all from Colorado get some predator crystals. Speaking of crystals, we are trying to get into either Barney's or max feel so we'll obviously keep you posted on that. First presser daddy crystals. Was so exciting in the new. That is true. Between jesse's injury of teed it. Crystal event. So that was amazing so legislator was some crazy drama credit crystals. Check it out and us weekly is not saying that. So don't you know, nobody reach out she read it rainbow went to his first doggy chiropractors slash acupuncture pool. Treatments of rainbows are pomeranian has to slip this on our. I used to carry him everywhere. But then it was hard gutter. And then he's she's been very challenge runner is really freaky, cute and verbs. You're the best thing in the world. Loves to dance are really good dancer, and I can't wait to you at Kaitlyn bristowe. I don't know. If you listen to her new podcast is actually joined too. She saw up she out yet. So killing Brazil talked about break up with Sean be chill what she's comfortable? Yeah. Yeah. But that's dig for her. So we support her extraction. Her feelings. Yes. He's been watching edgy tonight. And. Remember having him. Yeah. Cool. A cool thing to do. Definitely more challenging without your input. Caitlyn I called her earlier this week to be like congratulations on that. Really coach hearing that she does every year about sleeping out the semi out in Canada and supporting the population and raising funds and awareness, so Gunnar donated to her and before these sport her And and I. I. What amazing the less have heard like speaking of blessed? I'm so blessed. My cousin Chris Pratt that ruby Starr has found true love with a fashion blogger also known as hundred millionaire heiress, I guess you the air hundreds of millions Katherine Schwarzenegger, I'm so happy that she could be joining the Pratt family. Maybe we'll see them at one of these holidays together. That's why to me my one of my favorite actual for talent. Yeah. You know what? I love is music. I'm sorry. No. There's a lot of allegations against him. But you know, support artistry, and I still believe a lot of things I read, but she's six nine they rapper was just a rested. He speaks in three years to life in for this bracket. Tearing thankfully, I've nothing to bracket. Tyrian that sounds very bad. And whoa. Oh, that's like the big thing in the news. Great. That's scary. And the dog in this recording media Alvis said they heard. Haley Baldwin is no longer Haley Baldwin. She's legally Haley beaver. Yup. Even her new billboard on the billboard. It's in LA. There's a billboard on Fairfax avenue, not far from the grow. Oh, it's a tagger. How did I not know that tagger also probably that will grant wrote Bieber mixture name, very creative. Oh, also in the news vis was very sad. Paris Hilton has called off her engagement to Chris Zilkha and there's drama because he bought her a two million dollar rain, which I don't believe he could afford. So how did he get to by two men dollar ring? That's a spacious to me and he wants a bag on. But I'm sure that Julian Harris had a close relationship and the jeweler did bring pairs for publicity and not to Chris Zilkha of the two million dollar range breath. Good luck. A little advice about buying four dogs. Doc do that. Up there with let's shut the door. Let's get. So yeah, this is a very special. No that. Eight hundred. Over hope black. China's very upset his she wants more money from rob. And so rob had to sell his soft line to Kris Jenner at such nice monitor that bought the line bought a partnership tried to get him some cash. So that's very interesting Tanya west has braid colored hair. Oh was pretty wild. Randy glam. Ville our good friend a podcast one. You know teammate..

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"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"julian harris" Discussed on The Pulse

"High of sorts the chemicals that are released during fighter flight when are sympathetic nervous system is activated. They're the same that are released when we're excited or surprised or happy. That's Margie Kerr associates who studies fear, and she says our enjoyment of this emotion has a lot to do with context. It's all about how we interpret the rush of endorphins, you can even see it. When somebody's watching scary move. You're going through one hundred house they scream, but then within milliseconds there, smiling laughing, and it's you can see how they've you know, kind of remembered I'm gonna save place. I'm not really endanger and all of that energy all of that excitement that went into the. Cream is now going into the laughing. But sometimes fund scary turns into actually scary as in legitimately terrified. So I ask people on Facebook. What movie put you over the edge, the horror film that has left the most lasting impact on me his nightmare on elm street? The exorcist is the scariest movie I've ever seen. All eight away the entire terrified. My sister actually took our ouija board and throw it in the dumpster across the street from our house. I think I still may need some therapy to this day. I can't say freddy's full name. I can't look at pictures of him. I can't think about the movie in any detail for two months after I had to move a light into the corner that I could see for my bed or I wouldn't be able to sleep on frigging myself out right now who is going to be scarred by which movie depends on the person. But sociologists Margie curses kids are especially vulnerable for really young kids kids who haven't reached the stage of development where the understand what is fake, and what is real. So you know, they may see a person in a a witch costume and believe that they're really going to hurt them. So that's you know, two young at At the. that age too. We are remembering things that are scary. Really? Well, and that becomes the thing of huger nightmares. That kind of thing happened to listener Alex Schmidt. She had a really scary experience in a haunted. Maze. When she was a kid. She had a panic attack employees had to pull her out through an emergency exit. But as an adult she was able to get over that I decided to face my fears a couple years ago at an event called the great horror campout in Los Angeles where you camp out in tents overnight and monsters kind of common drag you out of your tent and do all these really scary things to you and believe it or not it actually worked after several hours of being in this situation. The monsters got kind of old, and I got used to them, and I had seen all of them multiple times. And I was like, I know you're deal. You're not scaring me anymore, and it actually kind of cured me. And now. I sort of like haunted houses, and I sort of like scary movies. So trying your fears. It actually might cure you probably to Alex. But I have to say when I was done going through that haunted house visited I could not wait to leave a never come back. Best noise ever. That's our show for this week the post production of WHYY in Philadelphia, you can find us on itunes, or whatever you get your podcast. Julian Harris is our intern our health and science reporters LSU list, hung and jets Lehman Charlie is our engineer. Lindsey Lazar ski producer, Alex turn the associate producer tiny English is our editorial director. I might can Scott. Thank you for the snake. Behavioral

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"julian harris" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"julian harris" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The possibility of a tropical storm forming off the coast of the carolinas is diminishing latest airforce recon check round of disturbance poorly organized now wbtv news 3s christon handling news in a rainy rights will beach also had some pretty strong winds i'd say about twenty twenty five miles per hour this is going right about the ocean hear set forces are going to be a little stronger than they are inland but certainly a bit of agrees here now too much of them concern for the window today that the concerns could be the rain that is coming what this system as it solely makes its way out in here throughout the day before pass you'll lose so storm near the south carolina coast and up along the outer banks nobody heard is would tree huge tree comes crashing down overnight a little woman's house should wear charlotte this is one remington street near babies ford road at lesao were neighbors they've had several similar incidents of the past few months charlie mickelberg police say the eu short a security guard who shot and killed an ad last week was justified in his actions and now the mecklenburg da's office will weigh in on the incident see believes whose 32yearold julian harris had a gun was trying to rob sweepstakes business when album are road last wednesday part of the gun workers fear when security guard shot and killed and that he took potshots at the home of aghast and county police officer though nobody heard in several shots fired into the house monday morning just outside of charitable the residence was occupy by the officer and his family at the time a lawsuit accuses the charlotte school of law defrauding taxpayers out of two hundred eighty five million dollars by admitting unqualified students in manipulating the records me suit filed by a former professor at the school susan manipulations those records allowed the school to keep the students enroll so we could collect the governmentsupported tuition spurs statue paying tribute to martin luther king made its public debut monday on the georgia capitol grounds more than three years after georgia lawmakers endorsed the project they don't bring food and water bowl too many suffering from hurricane harvey they bring hope here's wbz's joe gillis is this.

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"julian harris" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"julian harris" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Ted 993 wbt whether thanks to get by parx dot com and right now sixty six rock hill 65 in of president trump's expected to visit to texas cities for updates on the devastating flooding of the aftermath of hurricane harvey trump slated to be in corpus christi then austin texas governor greg abbott a response to harvey's still in the early stages there is a reality that we have to come to grips with and that is we are just beginning the process of responding to the store galveston the started evacuating flooding victims by air heading to northern taxes fire chief michael iskoe heed the warnings take it seriously a series of it as low portions of louisiana now bracing to good inundated by harvey you mbd says his security guard was justified in shooting and killing a man last week italy sean business the shooting a 32yearold julian harris being called a justified homicidal domecq libre de dh office review the investigation to make a final decision police say harris was trying to rob the video gaming place would he was shot gas wood county police investigating a monday morning edgewood in where several shots were fired into a police officer's house the used and inches downside a terrible the officer just gone off duty was in the house with his family no one injured in that shooting two women killed four other people wounded as a gunman opened fire inside library monday enclosed new mexico the gunman surrendered immediately when police arrived no word on a motive for the shooting dare american civil liberties union says it suing president trump over his ban on transgender people serving in the military aclu says it's representing six service members it says have been hurts by the ban magnitude four point zero a quake hits parts of alaska's aleutian islands overnight there no reports of injuries or damage to this point charges filed in connection with golf course should add against antigua k two people laying on the eight th fairway sunday evening thought at first to be victims of a medical condition by a caller who called police others thought it was dear in the fairway turns out the nineteen and twenty four year olds were engaged in a search act.

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