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"kathleen brain" Discussed on WTOP
"Instead of taking her to dinner, as was decided by both of them. He took her to his home. And at his home he sexually assaulted her. Police say the woman was able to exit the home and flag down a driver who called 911 Police are concerned that Holland may have sexually assaulted other victims, particularly on O w. T. O P news. One of the two students who died in a boating accident in Iowa over the weekend was from around here. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office and the Iowa State University Police Department says 20 year old Yakov Benda VI died in the accident on Little Wall Lake. He was a 20 year old sophomore accounting major from the district. Police are still investigating the capsizing, which happens Sunday morning. Maryland's insurance commissioner has now moved to block carriers from charging for covert treatments involving monoclonal antibodies. Let's get the story from double D T. O P S Kate Ryan. The federal government has already provided states with doses of monoclonal antibodies used to treat covert 19 so that patients are not charged for them. But There are costs associated with administering those therapies. So the Maryland Insurance commissioner, Kathleen Brain has moved to require Maryland health carriers to cover the costs related to those therapies. Bottom line While you are not charged for the doses themselves, you also cannot be built for costs tied to the treatments, either. A spokesman for the commission says the move is not the result of any complaints. It has been taken proactively. Kate Ryan. W T o P. News. Hey, do you on a dog or a cat? Well, a popular pet food company is recalling some of it's stuff. Midwestern Pet Foods is recalling a lengthy list of dog and cat food brands potentially contaminated with salmonella, posing a possible health risk to animals as well as to the humans feeding them. It involves specific expiration dates of brands, including key, not X, Earth born sport, mix Meridian and pro pack. That were produced at a plant in Mama's Illinois. In all, it involves more than 50 different products distributed to retailers nationwide adult line with expiration dates ranging from April 2022 through September 2022. Back. Piper CBS News.
"kathleen brain" Discussed on WTOP
"The federal government has already provided states with doses of monoclonal antibodies used to treat covert 19 so that patients are not charged for them. But There are costs associated with administering those therapies. So the Maryland Insurance commissioner, Kathleen Brain has moved to require Maryland health carriers to cover the costs related to those therapies. Bottom line While you are not charged for the doses themselves, you also cannot be built for costs tied to the treatments, either. A spokesman for the commission says the move is not the result of any complaints. But has been taken proactively. Kate Ryan w T. O P knew a 22 year old woman from Montgomery County, died in Florida earlier this month after she was acts accidentally stuck in a hotel window. This happened back on March 19th and grassy key Florida City Terrio is from Beals. Phil. She was staying at the Pelican RV Resort and Marina when it appeared she did not have a hotel key and trying to get into the room through the window. Investigators say she got stuck and was at X asphyxiated. Lisa. No Foul play is expected even as they wait for on top See results. In other news, Virginia lawmakers quietly passed one of the country's strongest bands on facial recognition technology. This happened last month. But some police leaders want to stop it from becoming law passed with unusually broad bipartisan support and very little pushback from police. But now the Virginia Sheriffs Association wants Governor Ralph North of the hold off on signing it into law, arguing that the band is overly broad and hasn't been thoroughly vetted. The band would prohibit all local law enforcement agencies and campus police departments from purchasing or using facial recognition technology unless expressly authorized by the state legislature. Supporters, including the A C L U cite studies that have found higher error rates for facial recognition software used to identify people of color women, Children and the elderly. Bruce Allen. W T O P News we'll find out who will be in the final form both men's and women's college basketball tonight and big changes in the NFL heading our way all that ahead, 4 13. Thompson Creek designs builds and stalls replacement windows without supply chain delays that other window dealers air. See you get high quality windows at an affordable price direct from our factory installed faster than other window cos. Plus, it's our biggest sale of the year with 25% off all windows and doors, plus no interest.
"kathleen brain" Discussed on WTOP
"The federal government has already provided states with doses of monoclonal antibodies used to treat covert 19 so that patients are not charged for them. But There are costs associated with administering those therapies. So the Maryland Insurance Commissioner, Kathleen Brain has moved to require Maryland health carriers to cover the cost to related to those therapies. Bottom line While you are not charged for the doses themselves, you also cannot be built for costs tied to the treatments, either. A spokesman for the commission says the move is not the result of any complaints. It has been taken proactively Kate Ryan. W T. O P. News tin you concerned about the use of AstraZeneca's Corona virus vaccine Germany has suspended giving it to people under 60 after more reports of blood clots. The decision comes after Germany's top medical regulator recorded more than 30 cases of rare blood clots and people who had recently received that vaccine. Nine of them died. Reports of blood clots prompted several European countries toe temporarily stop using the AstraZeneca van. Seen earlier in the mud. But inoculations resumed after review by European medical experts decided the benefits outweigh the risks. Meanwhile, a new surge is forcing Italy to make some tough decisions. Italy's just announced its five day quarantine will now apply to you and not just non European travelers. Covert cases in Germany and France continued to rise despite partial lockdowns there. But is Europe battles its third wave, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, telling the British people to place bought Take exercise to have fun as covered restrictions here begin to ease in part thanks to a successful vaccination drive. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London here at Home, Prince George's County families are being asked about this falls back to school plants. Let's go to double d t o P. Skate Ryan drafts of to school calendars, one with sessions starting August 30th. The other starting September 7th are being sent to Prince George's County homes to see which parents prefer. The survey from the Prince George's County school system also asks parents how important it is to have a full week for spring break whether they observe religious holidays, not on the calendar and more. School systems in Maryland have to provide 180 days of instruction, but each county school board develops its own calendar. Kate Brian W..
"kathleen brain" Discussed on WTOP
"The federal government has already provided states with doses of monoclonal antibodies used to treat covert 19 so that patients are not charged for them. But there are costs associated with administering those therapies. So the Maryland Insurance commissioner, Kathleen Brain, has moved to require Maryland health carriers. To cover the costs related to those therapies. Bottom line While you are not charged for the doses themselves, you also cannot be built for costs tied to the treatments, either. A spokesman for the commission says the move is not the result of any complaints but has been taken proactively Kate Brian W. T o P News Fans will be welcome back two games at the University of Maryland, the school announcing yesterday it's allowing a limited number of people to attend spring sporting events. Fans will have to abide by physical distancing rules and, of course, wearing masks. Tailgating will not be allowed. Tickets are on sale now for a couple of upcoming men's lacrosse games that capital one field, the university says it's also looking forward to full football. Terps football season tickets are on sale now. They're in peak bloom, and the clock is ticking to see the cherry blossoms. They're just absolutely gorgeous. Catherine Townsend, president and CEO of the Trust for the National Mall, says they have to live Webcams this year Bloom Cam, which gives you a look at the title Basin from afar, and Bud Cam, which gives you a close up of some fully open flowers. A lot of people are checking him out. Now we're seeing an uptick because of the peak blooms. Last year, the blooms brought in 750,000 viewers. People from 10,000 cities get over 160 countries, she says, with 250,000 viewers. So far this year. They're on track to see the same numbers this time around. You can see the cameras right now. On the W T o P APP, Mic Morello. W T o p news and a reminder The National Park Service wants people to stay away from the title basin in person, and they organization is asking that you view the trees online instead. It's 12 14. We're home so much more of these.
"kathleen brain" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Let the government know that you need to open everything back all of your personal freedom the work hungry it's ridiculous Michigan's governor says protesters carrying fire arms were out of line but she will ease limits on sometimes the work like construction next week I'm Jim Johnson W. mail news at nine oh two I'm trying peers now that governor Northam has lifted a ban on elective surgery Virginia hospitals can you reschedule right away what are the conditions of any particular hospital how many patients who have who are being treated for COPD at nineteen the volume of supply Julian Walker VP with the Virginia hospital health care association explains elective surgery simply means scheduled many of those procedures even though they are scheduled still have significant impact on health outcome of the patient whether it's in New York if the place which can impact mobility or whether it's something like a cancer surgery Walker telling W. I. males mornings on the mall Virginia hospitals have also taken a financial hit barber brit WMAL in W. one A. L. dot com midsized businesses were left on the pay roll protection act but they may soon be able to get some help senator mark Warner says the paycheck protection act only covered businesses with five hundred or fewer employees it really is it fair that if you're a retail business or a large restaurant you have to have six hundred workers you get no support the paycheck security act proposed by Warner and others would give any eligible business support of up to ninety thousand dollars per employee for at least six months it would apply to all businesses lost at least twenty percent in revenues and don't have massive amounts of cash on their balance sheets heather Curtis on WMAL in WMLW and governor Larry Hogan says he's appointed Kathleen brain to be Maryland's insurance commissioner Hogan announced the appointment today to replace al red bird he has been appointed to executive director of the Maryland auto insurance fund brain is a former principal counsel to the state's insurance commission since two thousand twelve she has been with the law firm DLA Piper she also is currently a partner in the insurance sector and litigation and regulatory practice W. avail these time final four now W. and mail traffic.
"kathleen brain" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"Have there is also the creator of the powerfully effective three day meal plan and IBM or I'm sorry for IBS flare ups and the natural IBS support. Facebook group have their you're the bomb. You are the bombings. I said this after those last episode, but hanging out with you guys is like the biggest boost my ego. You guys just tell me how great AM just I leave. And I'm like, I'm true. We only tell the truth girlfriend. So as Kathleen said guys, if you didn't listen to episode seventy nine I wanna make sure that you go back and listen to the first episode, and while this isn't necessarily the same topic. They are dove-tailing really nicely together. Because you're gutting such a real inside look into Heather's business model, and she's been gracious enough to share it with you. So if you can listen to these back to back, it makes the most sense to do. So Heather, I are you ready to dive into your questions? Sure. All right. This is a ask Heather anything episode, and we have five or six really good questions for you. Wait. You know, what I realized what you know, how we talk about how moments. Yeah. Well, ask how there anything is a h a it's a Hasso get ready. Oh, wow. You are like the of acronyms lane. I know I can't help it. Kathleen, brain works in acronyms. Actually, works a mysterious ways. We're not sure we're all having that moment together because that's something. I did not know. All right. So had there. What did the things that you've done? Really, well, and I've I've gotten to see inside your business with you. But the thing that you've done really well in the past year that certainly has led to the dramatic grow growth of your coaching business. If I can get this out his connecting with influencers online and offline so can you tell us more about how you do that. And what your process is to reach out to others in your industry. Yeah. Like while connecting with other people to what I usually think of first before I even connect with anyone is like what else do my clients or my tribe need with their growth and with their what's going on with them. It went healthwise. So I kind of think about what would support them as much beyond what I do. So like, if I were, you know, and I do have this in my resource like who is on there like what cookbooks which products what you know, things like that. What else could be really helpful in supporting them? And so that kind of helps me get a list together of different people in products and things like that immediate could look at talking to about, you know. About connecting do collaborations and things like that. So that's kind of like for step with with figuring out. Is that kind of where you're going with that? Karen? Yeah. Till can you give us an example of something you did this year that would fall into that category? Did a lot of things this year? With that. It was kind of my goal is usually to try and do one collaboration of months to try and figure it out recently. I did I take teamed up with five other nutritionists, and we did a group. Low lock close called the five gut feeling recipes for fall. So we all kind of put in a recipe, I got my listen to just create it up and put it up, and we're all sharing it on our to our Email and social media platforms and things like that to help expand our reaches, but in terms of even just like support of thing. Like, I talked about in the last episode that something that's also a problem for my IBS clients are mental health issues depression anxiety. So I actually tied up in did a collaboration interview with a mental health nutritionist that specialized the next that's not my specialty. But I know how to support it a little bit. But she in particular like that. Thing that's her baby. So she had like supplement recommendations in food recommendations are all geared towards like towards brain, bringing healing and different strategies. I didn't even know about with, you know, calming anxious mind and things like that. So we did I kind of a little mini interview. And then she shares it to her people, and I shared might people kind of doing Claverie like that. So looking at things that my clients need that go beyond, but I do I team to use Bom Bronx allot.
"kathleen brain" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"From a Facebook group standpoint, everything cathlene new said, I would follow to a t-. I agree with everything. She said about the Facebook page, as well, I will say that there is, you know, there are people that will make an argument that Facebook pages are not dead. Right. And so that particular person that we've most recently had that conversation with is Amanda bond from episodes, sixty six of the podcast. She has a lot of great tips and strategies to increase in gauge meant and get more going on. And specifically what she views Facebook page to be now, she does not have a group. She intentionally made that decision, but this has to be a personal choice, and I'll get to I'm more the tactical side of this conversation. So we'll get there. And just a second also wanted to make sure that you knew about two other webs wellness business. Cast up Assode 's that we did about Facebook groups so one that I really picked Kathleen brain, which is a bestowed forty two. And then we invited a leash streaker on for episode twenty five I'm will link these up in the show notes for anyone else that wants to go check them out if you haven't already or he want a refresher because these are all great resources, and and great ways to build your group getting Gaijin near group, and and really talk about where these both the page and the group fits into a business model for a wellness business owner, so from a tactical side as far as what a page does for you over and above what a group does for you. You have to have a page to do paid advertising, which is whether you're ready for it at now or not I think it's a critical part of any business that at some. Point you're willing to pay for advertising. You may not have all your ducks in a row yet. But the goal should be at some point you do. So you have to have a Facebook business page in order to do paid ads. So tactically that's a good plan. Secondly, if you can use the things that Kathleen said and start getting at least a little bit of engagement on your page. There is this beautiful thing called Facebook insights that will give you some information on the people that are coming to your page. So the more, you know, the more you grow, right? And so if you kind sir taking okay, who's who's the majority of the people that are looking at my page what times and days are they on more regularly because because I can guarantee there is a sliding scale of days and times that they're on. And then star. Art, gearing, your your posts around those things, and like cathlene said inspiration is definitely a great thing. Education is a great thing asking questions to get even just the little a little bit of engagement can get that momentum started. So a Facebook page certainly has a place in your business. Even if you're not spending a ton of time there it gives you insights, it allows you to go into the Facebook ads dashboard. And there's so much research that you can do there on your on your ideal. Client, incredible research. I think we've talked about that on other podcast episodes as well. And then also it gives you the ability to advertise and all of which should be heart of your overall umbrella for your business model. So I'm a little more tactical from the standpoint of analytics and Kathleen little more tactical from the standpoint of where it fits into your business. But I think I think you should have both personally. Yeah. I definitely think so too because they do they serve very different purposes. But I know it's confusing to a lot of people will what do I post on one versus the. The other. So I hope what I explained made sense. Oh, you definitely want to have a presence on your page that when someone comes to visit. They see oh, you have this these great blog posts on here. This looks really helpful. And then you kinda wanted to side where you're going to spend more of your time. For example, if you're doing live streams, if you only have a page make.