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Robots to take the virtual stage at CES 2021

The 3:59

05:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Robots to take the virtual stage at CES 2021

"It's often provided a big visual punch at previous Shows so how big a role do you expect him to play at cs. Given the fact is all remote and we're covering all this virtually. Yeah i mean. I think it's going to be a challenge. Full companies no matter what the product is that. They're launching this year. And i think that that's going to extend to robots justice. It will extend to anything else however i still think that robots are going to be a really big part of this show and the reason for that i think is the no matter. What a what the context i think. Robots really capture people's imagination. And i for me personally. Often the most exciting part of the show but they are for other people as well and even though it's going to be much harder for them to kind of make an impression in actually show what they can do beyond just seeing a picture of one it's definitely. I think that they're still going to play already. Important part in the this year. So you know you. You've spent a lot of time checking out these robots at prior shows. I'm just curious to get your thoughts on whether or not the loss of that. Wow factor. is there really viewing some of these robots via zoom conference screen or even just pictures of like how impressive is that versus. Actually being there in person at checking out these rowbotham. You know firsthand. I think it's going to make a really big difference. You know i think the the really exciting thing about robots particularly at yes. I know this works for me. Because i'm the. I'm the one who said and i'm kind of interacting with them but i think telling redesigned audience about two as well being able to say. Oh this is what the robot does when. This is how the interaction goes. This is how they might feel they might sound or this is how how they actually come alive. I think it's going to be so much harder to convey that in an exciting. I mean. that's a challenge for us to challenge for the companies that showing off the robots. So hopefully we'll be able to do that but it's definitely probably going to be a bit trickier especially there. There are times. I've had interactions with robots that have been really physically demanding. And i'm sure that that is not going to be the case this year while before we get into cs toil one. What are some examples of robots that you've interact with where the experience was memorable. Also many i think there are some. They've been really fun ones. That was a year. Where there's it's been several years. Now this has been a variable played ping pong with. It's a huge kind of robotic arm. And it's amazing a capabilities and you can actually play on a full size pain table tennis where you can play ping pong with it. I played cards against humanity with pepper. The robot which is a robot that many people might recognize. It's white ball this team. That's made by softbank and it's been around for a few years now but there was kind of funny meetings that they can do with it and in this occasion. That was what. I was doing us playing a game of cards against humanity. Then there were a couple of our favourite ever experiences. There was a robot that created in. Served me pizza and there was also one of my favorite experiences ever which was at meeting a labrador puppy that was so realistic that it when it went to sleep even did gentle snoring and so durable. I wanted to take it home. Why and i do remember last year. Bread bought was the was one of the big talks of the show. Even though really is just like a giant box that made bread the app on the robot label on anything nowadays exacting. Let's talk about the show next week. The what are some of the robots. You're expecting where some of the big trends so perhaps unsurprisingly one of the biggest trends that we're gonna see the share is robots doing things that humans can't do because for safety reasons you know over the past year with covid we've seen that's been a greater need for than ever before for for robots or at technology to kind of step in and do the things that we can't physically because we might be putting ourselves at risk so i think that's gonna we're gonna see that play out in multiple different scenarios for example they're going to be some robots side gonna be there sanitizing things going into places cleaning them up keeping us safe that way they're robots. I can be. Perhaps actually you know about this a going to fukushima and seeing the robot stabber rebel stepping in being able to do jobs perhaps manual jobs that humans also robots helping out at home a bit more. Now that we're in the home

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How Our Brain Develops and Addiction.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

07:47 min | 3 months ago

How Our Brain Develops and Addiction.

"High Sober Solar 's it's Lynn from Peachtree City Georgia. Soon to. Be. Lynn from Pinewood Forrest Georgia. Oh my gosh I'm deep in the throes of moving. I. Have this coming Friday, which will be Friday the ninth of October. Three weeks until I moved into a new joint. So I'm really excited I'm not getting much sleep I'm so excited. I think part of that is also because of God bless America what's going on in America? How are you all doing? Yea. Isn't this fun? Two Thousand Twenty is so much fun. Right Oh. My goodness. I. Have to share with you. One of my new coping skills in this is a beauty I am subscribing to burn doodle facebook pages, Labrador doodle facebook pages I've already been subscribed. Two hundred gazillion King. Charles. Cavalier. FACEBOOK pages. That's the kind of dog that I have and what else? Oh, Yeah Mimi, what does she? Again? You know I just said to Google. Mimi is how ridiculous is that? She is a Reykdal. It's just so nice because my facebook feed now has all of these super cute puppies and kittens in them. Yeah, you gotTa do to you gotTa do in the Year Two thousand twenty. Alrighty then I talked to my move. What I'm doing to cope animal wise this week and what else can I share with you? Oh, yeah. Part of what I'm doing. I may have mentioned this before, but if I didn't I am really minimizing. What I'm taking with me on this move and it's really hard to do. Oh my gosh, I am trying to. Only take the stuff that I. Love. Really love with me. And I'm just laughing at the process I. Don't know if any of you have tried to do this. You know you set up these boxes in your house and you're like throw away giveaway and keep and do any of you take things out of one box and put it in another repeatedly this is what I'm finding myself doing an eventually. It goes in one of the giveaway or throw away boxes but God. That's hard. It's a struggle as always trying to keep it light and bright before I dive into some Super Neuro nerdy stuff and wanted to share with you in a slightly different format. What I use in my perspective with my clients and a huge part of that perspective is neurobiology. In addiction and recovery but also something called life span development psychology L. DP how's that life span developmental psychology and how it affects addiction and recovery so are you ready cause here we go i. Let me define what L. D. P. is life span developmental psychology it is the scientific study of growth and Change Yeah throughout our human development it examines thoughts feelings behaviors in how they change during a person's life and how this change over the span of our life encompasses takes in biology social emotional and cognitive processes process the eased. Although there are typical pathways of development that most individuals follow no two people are exactly alike in the way that they change immature time. This is why cut and paste kind of treatment. Doesn't work for the most part. As an aside I don't know if any of you are watching the documentary on what is it on? Hbo I think called the vow and it's about this group called nexium that was delivering what they called quote Unquote Tech around personal development and what their tech was was trying to outline a step by step process at how to get what you. You're supposed to get personal development in insight into your own behavior and your inner life. When you work with a counselor, they were trying to do it sequentially and Nice little package and boy Oh, boy does this happen a lot that's reproducible that can be given to anybody. So you go through these courses and that the end you've gotten some remarkable insight into yourself. However. The problem with that is that you are all individuals over time your. Stuff. That comes into your system is going to be different at and happen at different times than your siblings even. So when people attempt to apply like programming if you will to the human psyche. It must be individualized and that comes only through discussion individual discussion over time with an individual. When I'm working with a client, I am going to look to help them you explain your life to make sense of your past in the present by looking at your environment and things that have precipitated or prevented growth and changes across your lifespan. Looking at things that optimize development in order to optimize or clarify or give you good outcomes what must be done is to apply appropriate theories to help you develop missing skills and navigate these situations that you navigated all by yourself way back when with no modeling healthy modeling and no real intervention terrible word. But that's the word we use intervention by somebody who knew what they were doing in, for instance, the realm of communication or the realm of dealing with. Emotions all that kind of stuff. So if you pull back and look at the stages of human development, there are predictable stages, but any number of circumstances can interrupt that normal development at any stage or age, and then lead to arrange of problems which might include substance use ongoing addiction issues or a multitude of other mental health illnesses. Let's briefly go through those stages. The first one is prenatal development development in the womb has an important impact on early psychological

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Healthy Feet Help You Move More

FitLabPGH

05:32 min | 7 months ago

Healthy Feet Help You Move More

"Philip PG Pittsburgh podcast. We firmly believe movie should be treated as a lifestyle noxious activity, and our lifestyle includes Labrador so we may have the. Door out of the way we want to talk a little bit today about foot health, whether you're a walker or runner or a cyclist. Most of us are forced because of our jobs and things to spend a lot of time in shoes and in traditional socks. So what that has a tendency to do, is it. squashes are feed it. How many of you out there have said before I don't want this pair of shoes that pair of shoes, whether it's a pair of dress shoes, or it's a pair of running shoes because you don't like the color or they make your feet look too big. One of the things you have to recognize is your feet or varying all the weight of your body, and if you're running if you're walking. If you're spending a lot of time, standing, you WANNA be able to have those feet spread out so rather than using just a small surface area of the sole of the foot. You can use the whole surface area, so you see podcasts from our sister podcast moving to live with Dr Ray mcclanahan, who was the founder and inventor of? Of correct does you've seen his talk to Sam who's a physical therapist in an elite ultra runner has some great pictures of her hiking, and running all around the pikes, peak area, and we WANNA talk a little bit today about some things that you can do. Maybe enhance the strength of your feet without having to do with official Rehab Program, because we're not a physical therapist and just something maybe to enhance your enjoyment of moving, because we know if your feet hurt. You're not likely to exercise, so one of the things to remember is all of this form calluses sometimes from wearing shoes. Don't fit well sometimes from wearing socks that maybe don't sweat well. All of you play basketball. You may have gotten blisters. Were kid already knows two layers of cotton tube socks the they got wet and rather than sliding smoothly over the skinny kind of stuck. So if you find that you have places where you develop calluses, you don't want the houses to get too thick. And what you can do is you can shave callistus down. This looks like a cheese grater. You could actually use that as mechanical. Various things a device that is salary powered and the thing you want to remember is sometimes cats come to visit, but if you're using these things you don't WanNa. Take the callous completely off because it provides a little bit of protection. You just don't want it to be too thick, so it's just like goldilocks. The three bears this gorgeous too hot. This just to call this forge is just right. Second thing you might WanNa think about is what you're not at work when you're not running when you're not riding your bike and walking, spend time barefoot, or if you need a little bit of support for your feet, think about something like a pair of bedrock sandals logic feet to spread out. You've heard talk before about flops being bad. These aren't flip flops because it supports your whole foot, and there's no flopper. Flip when you want, so we like these. Sometimes you're walking around. Maybe you want to work on getting your toes spread apart one of the things that happens with shoes toes get constrained, and they get in. You've all seen people with feet that look like this one crossed over the other so occasionally wearing these. Maybe when you're walking around gentle walks doing work in the kitchen. You can use those. I've actually worked up to once A. A week or so being able to walk jog three or four miles on soft surfaces. These I gotta warn you. It's taken me seven or eight years to work up to that, and in no way would be somebody who would go out and run a five or ten cake. Because for me, that's too much in my feet are not quite ready for that, maybe another five or ten years. We've talked a little bit about socks of the past. You DON'T WANNA have! Cotton socks, synthetic socks are good or wool. Socks are good, so I happen to like wool socks and one of the things I switched to partially from talking to Dr mcclanahan. Talking to SAM would is a lot of my running walking socks. I used toe socks. Yes, there are the but to get on, but it kind of gives me an idea of what do I need to do so I can allow my feet to spread apart. So I like to use toe socks as I mentioned a couple of minutes ago, Dr mcclanahan invented correct toes, and it's worked to help your toes spread apart to make your feet healthier, and the good news is. I had a pair for a number of years before I interviewed him so I went out and got them. Founded up, started wearing him, and I wore them fairly religiously for a lot of my walks and runs for over a year. Here's the bad news although doctorate granting and. Say this is the good news. My shoe size has now gone up a half to a full shoe size, because my feet is spread out, the buses with my feet have gotten stronger and now I can no longer use the correct toes because I can't find a foot, a shoe, rather wide nothing before foot, where I could wear socks and the Tokyo actors, but sometimes I'll just slip them on my feet. All wherever around like this for a few minutes and again, if I been in constrictive shoes allows me to allow my feet spread out the other thing that I do is I. Avoid any shoe. That's not comfortable when I I put it on, so if I'm doing really long distance runs or really long hikes I probably gonNA wear a pair of alter shoes. These happened to be the lone. Pete's I like goes. I also liked attempts, and these are zero drops shoe, but what I like about them, is they're? They're very wide before foot. If I'm doing shorter hikes shorter jobs, maybe up to five miles or sell and in addition. If I'm doing a lot of walking around right, have to wear shoes where I don't have to address us and unfortunate ideal that I like to wear Carson

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A conversation about race, privilege and making space

Unreserved

05:33 min | 8 months ago

A conversation about race, privilege and making space

"Watch a dot. Say Nin, hello, and welcome this unreserved on CBC Radio One I'm Rosanna dare child. In October of two thousand and eighteen I moderated, a panel called inside outside at six degrees held at the art gallery of Ontario. It's an event that invites authors, academics, politicians, and big thinkers together to discuss pressing issues. And Right, now there is one issue that has captured the world's attention. The death of George Floyd a forty six year, old, black man and in Minneapolis police officer now charged with second degree murder. His death was witnessed around the world and sparked support for the black lives matter movement with protests from Merika to Australia. We are at a turning point in our history, so we thought it was a perfect time to revisit this conversation. Today on unreserved. We're talking about power, privilege and asking. How willing are we to make meaningful change? Joining me on stage, our Alexis McGill Johnson of the perception institute. Is Your allure author speaker and Internet yeller not to know bed. National Inuit leader and president of new tap read Cana Tommy and Sassy assassin professor of Sociology at Columbia University. Okay so I'm afternoon. We're going to have a conversation around place. Power Privilege, who hasn't who doesn't and perhaps more importantly how we are shifting to create new spaces. I want to start with of course are beautiful panelists here? I want to ask you first of all to tell US share with us. Where you come from because as my elders teach, you cannot know where you're going until you know where you've come from. or at least that's what my mother would say when she sent me to the store. my first question to each of the panelists are what is the place that you come from? Perhaps we'll start with me. Thank you very much I guess I'm still trying to figure that one out. I. I thought I came from Canada. I was the young person and I'm not quite sure if that's the right. Way To think about where I'm from now. Nuts. which is. A region in new one of our four regions northern Labrador and we very recently got self-government, two thousand and five. But I grew up. There I also grew up in the United States I I grew up. Kind of between a lot of different worlds so I, Can i? Also say that I'm a global citizen as well so I am the national leader I am in Okinawa proud indigenous person. But it doesn't. Then, take back any of the other parts of me, that exist as well and I'm I'm comfortable insertive in that space, and I think that is sometimes confusing to the rest of the world that I have not indigenous ancestry as well that my mother is none dishes. That's fine and getting the acceptance from. Canada and North America that I can be indigenous, but I can also have non indigenous parts. That is a part of this power dynamic that I hope that we can discuss this afternoon about assertiveness in. Indigenous. Without the. The qualifiers that indigenous people put on us. And if we don't fit into those myriad of boxes than we somehow lose all of our rights altogether. And we will get into that because that is an interesting place of privilege to. TRY TO KICK doors. Down into so that we're GONNA. Wait to Alexa. So, we're my from. Kind of like to say I'm from a period of time. I was I was born in Nineteen, seventy two, which is important to me as a social identity really. but it's important for me. Because it was, it was halfway I was born kind of right in the middle of a post wave, second wave, feminism, and the Black Power Movement and my parents, both particularly my mother lived at the intersection of both of those movements growing up. She was incredibly active as a woman is. She, she had US marching in in our Shakey's an Afro puffs as as children I'm pretty sure I learned the words to. We shall overcome before I learned the US pledge of allegiance. My choice of professional careers always been trying to to understand interrogate these these. Frameworks power and Privilege Ed. I studied political science. Which I think is a study of power. But have found myself now consistently in these rooms, as one of few one of only, if not the only woman woman of Color, and so I've been this bridge I think kind of connecting. Connecting the dots in a lot of different iterations from a cultural perspective where I've worked with a number of artists and democratic organizations, organizing young people to the current work that we do have perception which is around translating the science of our brains and bodies understand difference in how we connect to each other in those ways.

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Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

"Hi it's British Mike really Crossey impose researchers nationwide a reporting look looking the state down department's rules or trial in inspector early March general to see after has whether been he dogs became fired the first can use country in their the outside latest noses in a Asia series of to with detect trump a major administration with humans outbreak moves have of coded against coronavirus government nineteen watchdogs before but the secretary government they show has symptoms of gradually state Mike reopen Pompeii the researchers country has fired as at the rates the state London of department infections school inspector of and hygiene deaths general of Fulham and Steve tropical Lim medicine social no distancing reason and the for rules room the university removal being was implemented given of collaborating political in the with former sector the charity of assistant the economy U. medical that S. have attorney detection reopened in California dogs now the government and Virginia has in given the trial the green light had which served looks to some in into the position error whether dogs since some international twenty who've thirteen travel been trained in as to April of sniff June out free president certain Donald they'll cancers be no Trump quarantine fired and malaria Michael Atkinson requirement could potentially the the inspector people be coming used general as in a for noninvasive from the intelligence outside community early Italy warning who however measure played a key to officials role identify have in not the the whistle yet coronavirus been blower specific complaint six that away lead dogs to attendance trump's including impeachment themselves Labradors also and can travel in April Cocker to spaniels trump I'm removed Charles Glenn have there started Fein this month basic is acting training inspector for general the trial at the defense in the department initial phase Mike researchers Rossi plan at Washington together just some polls from both people infected with the virus and those who owned Charles the look as well London

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Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

"Hi it's British Mike really Crossey impose researchers nationwide a reporting look looking the state down department's rules or trial in inspector early March general to see after has whether been he dogs became fired the first can use country in their the outside latest noses in a Asia series of to with detect trump a major administration with humans outbreak moves have of coded against coronavirus government nineteen watchdogs before but the secretary government they show has symptoms of gradually state Mike reopen Pompeii the researchers country has fired as at the rates the state London of department infections school inspector of and hygiene deaths general of Fulham and Steve tropical Lim medicine social no distancing reason and the for rules room the university removal being was implemented given of collaborating political in the with former sector the charity of assistant the economy U. medical that S. have attorney detection reopened in California dogs now the government and Virginia has in given the trial the green light had which served looks to some in into the position error whether dogs since some international twenty who've thirteen travel been trained in as to April of sniff June out free president certain Donald they'll cancers be no Trump quarantine fired and malaria Michael Atkinson requirement could potentially the the inspector people be coming used general as in a for noninvasive from the intelligence outside community early Italy warning who however measure played a key to officials role identify have in not the the whistle yet coronavirus been blower specific complaint six that away lead dogs to attendance trump's including impeachment themselves Labradors also and can travel in April Cocker to spaniels trump I'm removed Charles Glenn have there started Fein this month basic is acting training inspector for general the trial at the defense in the department initial phase Mike researchers Rossi plan at Washington together just some polls from both people infected with the virus and those who owned Charles the look as well London

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Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

"The British Italian researchers government is easing looking travel restrictions or trial imposed to see due whether to the dogs corona virus can use pandemic their noses allowing people to to detect move more with humans freely inside have coded the region nineteen where they live as before of Monday they show symptoms I'm between nations researchers starting June at the three London school of hygiene Italy impose and nationwide tropical medicine look down and rules the in room early university March after of collaborating he became the first with the country charity outside medical Asia detection with a major dogs outbreak in the of trial coronavirus which looks into whether but dogs the government has who've gradually been trained we open to the sniff country out certain as the rates cancers of infections and malaria and deaths could of potentially Poland be used social as a noninvasive distancing rules early warning being implemented measure to identify in the sector the of coronavirus the economy that have six reopened dogs now including the government Labradors is given the green and light Cocker to some spaniels error some have international started travel basic training as of June for the free trial they'll be no in the quarantine initial phase requirement researchers the plan people together coming in from just outside some polls Italy from both people however infected officials with have the not virus yet been specific and those who owned away attendance Charles themselves the look as well can travel London to I'm Charles the last month

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Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

"It's researchers really impose at nationwide the London look school down of rules hygiene in early March and tropical after medicine he became and the first the room country university outside Asia of collaborating with a major with the charity outbreak of medical coronavirus detection dogs but the government in the has trial gradually which reopen looks into the country whether dogs as the rates who of have infections been trained and to sniff deaths out of Fulham certain cancers social and malaria distancing rules could potentially being be implemented used as a noninvasive in the sector of early the economy warning that have measure reopened to identify now the the government coronavirus has given the green light six dogs to some error including some Labradors international travel and Cocker as spaniels of June free have started they'll be no quarantine basic training requirement for the trial the people in coming the initial in phase from outside researchers Italy plan together however officials just some have not polls yet been from specific both people infected away attendance with the virus themselves and those can who travel owned to I'm Charles Charles the there look as this well month London

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Covid-19 Sniffer Dogs: The U.K.’s Latest Attempt to Tackle Virus

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

Covid-19 Sniffer Dogs: The U.K.’s Latest Attempt to Tackle Virus

"British scientists are training special sniffer dogs to see if they can detect corona virus in humans the drugs are already trained to detect certain cancers malaria and Parkinson's disease the trouble explore whether the six Culver dogs made up of Labradors and Cocker spaniels can spot the virus in humans from older samples before symptoms appear the goal would be to screen up to two hundred fifty

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The most popular dog breeds in America

KIRO Nights

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

The most popular dog breeds in America

"The the American Kennel Club every year they rank the most popular dog breeds in America and it's based off of a new registrations of pure bred dogs so what kind of dogs to people here have and twenty twenty they just released it so I'm gonna I'm gonna go down the top ten dog breeds in the United States of America and while I'm doing it pick out your favorite one and let us know what it is as we go and what I what is your favorite dog breed now I'm gonna I'm gonna go down the list we all ten and then we'll we'll go around the horn as we do number one Labrador retrievers by the way this has been the number one dog in America for twenty nine years in a row very popular dog at labs German shepherds to golden retrievers three French bulldog for

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In a US now in puppy love, Labs still tops, but corgis rise

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

In a US now in puppy love, Labs still tops, but corgis rise

"Labrador retrievers are still at the top of the heap among America's favorite purebred dogs but corgis are making their move Labrador retrievers remain the nation's most popular purebred for the twenty ninety year in a row according to American Kennel Club rankings released today after Labrador retrievers the top ten include German shepherds golden retrievers French Bulldogs Bulldogs poodles beagles Rottweilers German shorthair pointers and for the first time the diminutive Pembroke Welsh corgi Pembroke's may have gotten a boost in recent years from court he focused social media accounts and the Netflix series the crown as more people stay home because of the corona virus Americans dogs are having their day adoptions are open more shelters are reporting being completely empty by people looking for companionship I'm Jennifer king

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In a US now in puppy love, Labs still tops, but corgis rise

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

In a US now in puppy love, Labs still tops, but corgis rise

"Labrador retrievers remain the nation's most popular purebred for the twenty ninety year in a row according to American Kennel Club rankings released today after Labrador retrievers the top ten include German shepherds golden retrievers French Bulldogs Bulldogs poodles beagles Rottweilers German shorthair pointers and for the first time the diminutive Pembroke Welsh corgi Pembroke's may have gotten a boost in recent years from court he focused social media accounts and the Netflix series the crown as more people stay home because of the corona virus American stocks are having their day adoptions are open more shelters are reporting being completely empty by people looking for companionship I'm Jennifer king

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"labrador" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"labrador" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Really emerge from people that I was working with in northern Labrador where they were describing sort of feeling a part of this larger ecosystem and and being people of the sea ice and and you know being so deeply connected to this more holistic understanding that climate was a part of but it was shifting everything tell us a little bit more about that the venue with people in Labrador what what were they grieving specifically about what did they lose well for over ten years we've been working with five been unit communities on the north coast of Labrador and so these are people who have been there for thousands of years connected to the land the snow the sea ice the plants the animals everything everything comes from the land and people feel deeply connected Labrador is also one of the fastest warming places anywhere in the world and so that's led to huge ships in average warming temperatures it's led to huge declines in sea ice and really impacting people on all different levels so the inability to travel to to hunt and provide her family increase family stress a lot of fear and anxiety about what the future is going to bring and in particular a lot of people describes a whole range of of mental health challenges from climate change so grieving that that melting sea ice and not declining stable ice conditions that lasts for eight months of the year grieving what it means for families as cultural patterns are shifting so it's it's things that have been lost it's things that are currently in process of being lost and it's also an anticipatory grief where people think about what's going to be like in five years or ten years and twenty years and what does it mean for themselves their families their children their grandchildren and what does it mean to be in a time where environments are changing so much.

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WHO says public demand for face masks puts health workers at risk

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

WHO says public demand for face masks puts health workers at risk

"Now a new warning from the World Health Organization today people purchasing medical supplies because of fears over the corona virus could be putting health workers health care workers at risk before here it medic comes a gusta Georgia factory is buzzing working nearly around the clock to fill demand protective masks of every kind of flying off store shelves around the country including a run on hand sanitizer his fears of it spreading coronavirus have catapulted sales of protective medical supplies five Robert is going to work together the old Labrador

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Westminster Dog Show: The Competition is Fierce

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Westminster Dog Show: The Competition is Fierce

"The competition is fierce that the one hundred forty fourth annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York two thousand five hundred dogs from all over the world are taking part besides the favorite breeds like Labrador retriever some breeds that are considered vulnerable to extinction are competing including the seller ham terrier and the Gordon setter which are not very popular I show dogs or pets daytime judging chooses the best dog in each breed those winners face off at Madison Square Garden where best in show will

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Pink the Border Collie Wins Westminster Agility Contest

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Pink the Border Collie Wins Westminster Agility Contest

"News a border collie named paying top dollar for the Westminster Kennel Club agility competition is named after the singer and her trainer says she gives a hundred and ten percent all the time being surprise extended and all but sweet for border collies in agility seven years at Westminster safer in astrology in shepherds twenty sixteen with some three hundred and twenty five dogs took on the agility course of jumps ramps tunnels and other obstacles a ten year old border collie and probably Labrador retriever mix named Moses what a special award for the top mixed breed dog his handlers says he doesn't have papers but he's still a dog with four paws and detail Julie Walker

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Hundreds of dogs dash for Westminster agility title

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds of dogs dash for Westminster agility title

"A border collie named pink is top dog in the Westminster Kennel Clubs agility competition held Saturday in New York City pink is named after the singer and her trainer says she gives a hundred and ten percent all the time being surprise extended in all but sweet for border collies in agility seven years at Westminster safer in astrology and shepherds twenty sixteen with some three hundred and twenty five dogs took on the agility course of jumps ramps tunnels and other obstacles a ten year old border collie and probably Labrador retriever mix named Moses what a special award for the top mixed breed dog his handlers says he doesn't have papers but he's still a dog with four paws and detail Julie Walker New York

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Death and dying: how Indigenous communities grieve, survive and thrive

Unreserved

06:31 min | 1 year ago

Death and dying: how Indigenous communities grieve, survive and thrive

"The hardest part of being from northern indigenous community is all the deaths. That's what's the title of an OP. Ed that inaugur analyst Ozzy Michelin wrote for CBC indigenous last February in the article he writes about the lower life expectancy of Vini wheat and the high suicide rates of his home province. Labrador and how one grieves again and again and in his case from afar. Ozzy is from North West River in Labrador. But we've reached him in Montreal. Hi Ozzy Arizona. So tell me what inspired hired you to write this op Ed. Well actually it was about a year ago this time I had gone to the community of Nain With some work and was visiting some friends. I'm a dear friend of mine. And after hearing about him for years and years I met her fiance and six days later George Tragically died. Ride in a snowmobiling accident and had been going through a lot of deaths at that time and it just really made me think back to growing up in Labrador. That just always seemed like a particular community would be hit with death after death of just felt like death hung in the air and then it would go away for a while and move on to another place and it just felt like it the neons turn and I just. I've seen this so many places in Labrador over so many years. Just this made me WanNa talk about it. I think it really can't do with a lot of people living in northern communities because is is not just labrador. It's all across the north. Why do you think Experiencing death in northern community is so much more difficult was because we all have very large extended families in from very small towns so our connections and relationships run very wide. We're all like one one degree of separation if that even and with this you know Anything that happens you hear about it. And even if you don't know the person we all live the same lifestyle l.. You know and it can happen to anyone of us we really really feel. It was a tragic boating accident. That happened this past summer in the community regulate and together Strangers put together a fundraiser as a family who lost a husband wife thousands and thousands of dollars to help support the family for transportation and costs. Because it's it's dying in the north is expensive In your experience how to northern communities handle grief well this is actually really the kind of the silver lining to the the beauty in. It is that we're really good at coming together and supporting each other and putting things aside when there's a tragedy and is a shame that we have to do this so often but at least this is the time when you see us at our best helping each other. It must be difficult free as as someone who lives in Montreal now When someone dies in your community how do you? How do you agree from afar? Yeah it's it's always kind of a strange situation to be in you feel really alone. You spend a lot of time on facebook looking at pictures and messaging people phone calls with parents and friends just checking in seeing what's going going on trying to stay up to date and also connecting with other people that are far away saying here. It's going on at home and just kind of that feeling of trained find at least connect with somebody and sometimes the Internet has made it a lot better because he can now see pictures and videos from faraway but before that it was even more difficult very isolating imagine. Yeah but there's you know there's the after realize that you're not alone in this and other people far away that are affected and you can talk to them. Haven't really connect with them and support each other now. Ozzy as you mentioned social media has really changed how we grieve. But do you think it's made it easier or more or difficult as somebody who who may not be able to get home for that Social Media has definitely changed we even the north in some ways. It's bad because is the families that are grieving can sometimes get inundated with people. Wanted to know what happened or wanting to see how they can help the families. Just want some privacy at the time but then also at the same time for those of us. That can't physically be there. It's a way for us to watch and feel like we're there Sometimes it might even be feel a little bit further away but at the very least yes. We can sort of participate in our own way even if it is kind of shallow in spite of all the untimely deaths in northern communities They still continue to survive. Five and thrive. What do you think that says about any Weirton about indigenous people in general? Well I think that our lives have not always been easy. We know what it's like to live through hardships and that has helped make people very empathetic when it comes to things like this I. It's our reflects to reach out and and help and this this helping each other. It's what kept US alive in the past is what kept our ancestors alive. And it's with keeping US alive right now What types of initiative have you seen in communities that are are combatting and dealing with this issue? I think my favorite is comes comes from Maine and it's create a good day and this comes from Dorothy Adan talk through and She was a youth leader. She did a lot of great work in Nain and she said if you see someone who's not having a good day then create a day and that's what I think the main messages I think if you're if you're hurting because of a death and you see other people hurting you need to help them and by helping them you help yourself and everybody feels better. That's how you heal. What are some Potential things that that we can do you know other things besides Sinoe creating good days that we could do to help fix this issue. Increase life expectancies. Well I'd say on the personal level you know just embrace you awkward. Don't be afraid to reach out. Don't be afraid to look bad if you don't know what to say to say. I'm sorry I don't know what to say but I'm here your offer people food. Don't wait for people to ask for help. That's going to help a lot on the personal level the largest societal levels. I think that we need more support for mental health. I think that we need. We need to champion more positive role models to show that there are people out there doing good things because I think a lot of people are feeling hopeless. Ed just hope that With each year in the generation of people that we can do better and be kinder and help each other more and just hope that trend continues as as do why. I'm sure as do all of us. Thank you so much for your time today. All right thank you.

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Can 'Hypoallergenic' Dogs Still Trigger Allergies?

BrainStuff

04:37 min | 1 year ago

Can 'Hypoallergenic' Dogs Still Trigger Allergies?

"With the appeal of all cuddles and no allergic reactions. HYPOALLERGENIC allergenic dogs. Seem like the obvious choice for animal lovers who are somehow sensitive to those wet noses and wagging tails but are these hypoallergenic dogs. Too good to be true. Do the truth is many specific breeds of pups. Touted as hypoallergenic. Don't shed for. And because of this trait some breeders promise. These dogs won't trigger or any allergies at all except they can so what gives. It's not actually a dogs for that's responsible for humans allergic reactions. It's what stuck on on. The further causes our sneezing. Asthma attacks people who are allergic to dogs and cats too. For that matter are triggered by protein in the animal's saliva and urine brin that sticks to the animals for and skin when a dog sheds fur and Dander or dry skin flakes. That allergy inducing protein is released into the air. That's why nonshedding breeds tend to lessen allergic reactions in humans. No shedding means fewer of those allergy. Inducing proteins are released but no dog breed entirely hypoallergenic. It's marketing term more than a medical term but while hypoallergenic may be fluff term. Having a nonshedding breed is totally helpful for people that have allergies. And who want a dog to the American Kennel Club reports that many less allergenic breeds do produce less dander this paired with the fact that these dogs don't shed make several breeds a good fit for people prone to allergies including Afghan hounds. Irish Water Spaniels Maltese poodles Portuguese water dogs Schnauzers and mixes of the above on the other hand. Some breeds can produce more of that protein and shed more Labrador Labrador retrievers for example can quote wreak havoc on your allergies according to the American Kennel Club. That said it's not a one-size-fits-all solution. We we spoke with Melanie. CARVER vice president of community health for the asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. She said some people with a dog. Dander allergy may be less reactive live or have less symptoms to Dander from certain breeds. Allergy testing cannot determine which breeds may work better for you than others the only way to determine if you can tolerate being around a certain breed is to have direct repeated exposure to a dog and see how your body reacts while the typical signs of pet allergies may seem obvious confusing scratchy throat or itchy eyes several lesser known symptoms can also appear. If you're doing a test with pup be on the lookout for facial pressure and pain seen a swollen blue tinted skin beneath your eyes and excessive coughing. These symptoms are similar to allergies caused by hay fever. There caused by inflammation of nasal passages other allergic reactions can affect the skin resulting in hives. EXA and general itchiness. In the most serious cases pet allergies she's can also contribute to asthmatic reactions like chest tightness wheezing difficulty breathing and trouble sleeping. Many pet allergy warning signs resemble symptoms of a regular cold symptoms last beyond two weeks are likely allergies and therefore a red flag in some severe cases. It's impossible to find a dog. UGH that doesn't trigger allergies but more often than not a few trials can lead to the perfect up. Breed plays the biggest role but several other factors such as dogs size can help help or hurt. Allergy prone owners big dogs produced more Dander and Saliva for instance in small dogs are simply easier to bathe and groom frequent in grooming which is required for any nonshedding. Dog is one way to stay ahead of allergies. Another recommendation is setting ground rules when it comes to lounge time. The American Kennel clubs suggests keeping pets off the bed and washing their pet beds regularly. It also recommends ditching heavy carpets and drapes. That are known to trap and hold onto Dander carver also suggests brushing and grooming your pet outside vacuuming regularly and washing your hands and changing clothes after playing with your pup it's not All Doom and gloom for those who have pet allergies several types of medicines can help owners further manage their allergy symptoms over the counter in a histamine. Help relieve itching sneezing and runny nose news. While nasal sprays can help reduce inflammation doctors may also prescribe stronger medications for patients who have both asthma and allergies and other allergy the treatment options including immunotherapy which is a series of allergy shots and nasal irrigation like an anti pot. But hey humans aren't the only ones who have have dander allergies. Dogs can to Human Dander to

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"labrador" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Thought he was a labrador retriever. He lived among labrador retrievers. They were trained knows. We would go to various locations out in the country and train them because dad random and field trials and your father also owned the canine Hilton. Yeah, he did he was a dog guy. So typically this training of the dogs would involve crossing Bob wire fences crawling under crawling over what what have you? Well, we were going through a barbed wire fence one time, and we lifted up the or however the dogs labradors got through they got through however are Basset hound being so low to the ground walked under the bar Fettes. Sure didn't go high enough and he got caught on the bar fence. Let's just say the lowest hanging part of him got caught on the barb wire fence. It was horrible, man. I'm not sure what's your that story. Yeah. Yeah. Sounds painful. It was painful I felt for taking back a Basset hound is a hound dog. Right. Yes. So it's it's I believe it's got some hunting in it. It's that it's gotta sniffer a believe that they're bred for hunting. It's got a good sniffer. Yes. In fact, they big big snouts and this story from the TSA floppy your dogs because they're not as threatening for the children. Right. And they cite the dobermans. Well, don't governments have floppy ears. Written until the until they're clipped some until some damn well being comes along and starts cutting on their part, which is cruel. But apparently that is more.

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"labrador" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on WDRC

"A war story about you know, your Pat, I appreciate that. I'm with you on wwl radio. You know, what I was an ice cool. They'd be older than that a little bit older than that. I'm very sorry. I appreciate it was a long time ago. Like w anyway, what can I do to help you? Well, I was thinking about getting a dog. I talked to you before about it. And I was thinking like a labrador retriever rescue a pound and or a border collie, and I work like nine and a half hours. Dog to be alone for nine and a half hours nine and a half hours is not unusual for that. But you can also get some with the communist walk the dog during the day. You know, give yourself a little break. So you're not rushing around all the time. Now, if you're looking for a purebred dog just a reminder that twenty five percent of dogs at shelters all across the country are pure bred dogs, if you're looking for a labrador labrador or some other specific Rena, I always tell people I don't look for specific rates because you know, once you have the dog overnight. You forget what they look like you fall in love with the inside more than the outside. But the shelters are available in Connecticut. You can check out labrador retriever rescue or any other breed purebred rescues as well as some of the purebred dogs at shelters. But if that's really the way you're going my recommendation with the check with the shot this purebred dogs. They may have if you're looking for a pure bred or contact with every specific breed rescue. You're looking for for example, if you were to go online, and you were to Google a labrador retriever rescue New England or a labrador retriever rescue, Connecticut. Your. Come up with a couple of different organizations that would be able to guide you and perhaps find that perfect dog for you. Found him. Hey winters before a your girlfriend, go out and walk your dog. Which is the best dog labrador retriever. You're not gonna get. No. You're not gonna get me on that. I don't care what you walk and you could walk a fake dog. I don't care whatever dog you're walking. Just brush you have before you go out. Look your find out right girlfriend. Hey, john. I gotta move on. But let me tell me put you on John. And I want to send you something John. We're going to send you, you know, you got a new dog. I'm gonna send you a copy of how to get your doctor. Do appreciate that phone call. Let me do this. Let me take a quick break. Right back to your phone calls. The phone number eight seven seven seventy five eight to five five later on today show. Do my tribute to my own little Cisco who crossed the bridge on Monday. My good friends over at Lucie pet form is pick food, and I'll tell you why people are always asking me about what type of food to feed their pets. And I'm always telling him, you know, the type of food to feed your pet is the type of food that's going to keep your pet really healthy and really happy. That's why I recommend Lucy platformers for life pet food, and let me tell.

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"labrador" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Commercials were going over trails and tough, and the bad guys were chasing them and they're in a, they're in a Cherokee. They're going to run out of gas by the way, the bad guys were the bad guys that are in every single show where they need a bad guy. He's driving. In the world. I. We'll see. Spice. The grand players explored. Ground, clearance clearance. All right. So nebula giving the specs in conversation has their looting the enemy, maybe Christie, we should start with the Subaru for that for that reason. Yeah. They've, they've got a monumental shift from ground clearance and cargo space. I mentioned the Kristie, your obsession and the constant refrain of the Subaru ads on the show, and she's like, oh, we did. We did a case study on the whole pain. So what I commercial Mexa Pat. I gave a last second one, which is all the dogs. We'll Hoppy off at school. This one place. Doc. We have a full campaign around the Barclay labrador retrievers and golden retrievers with teenage sons and daughters. School for the first day, it really doesn't even show the car even saying hearing about the car. It's just dogs. All right. Let's watch it. It's the dogs they pull up in their shoe Brune front, a school there. Look, they're looking at the mean dogs or the cool dogs. Out of the car. Friends. Building mama says, go ahead and now the Barclays, the dads sad dog tested dog approved love. No dialogue, great spot cards. It'd be great for shelter, but what's the ground clearance and wait a minute, show it again max paddock because it also said close course professional driver driving the car, sits there the whole tragedies -ation professional driver on closed course, do not attempt always secure your pet. Crushable driver on a closed course fucking Carson park the whole time. Let's just cry about the legal department. Media. All right. So what about this spot? I have no idea whether I want this car, not. I'd like a dog. Already have a big dog labrador retriever. Pursuit Baru we did like Brian, we did a huge case study on it because Subaru is the gold standard automotive advertising right now they have. I think it's like eight years of consecutive growth year rear like they're killing it. But before that they had about thirty years or twenty eight years of just terrible advertising, terrible. Are you going? Are you going. The growth. So are we assuming that the advertising is driving the growth, one hundred percent because they start huge hurt show they, they intrude eight. I did a little bit of research in two thousand eight. They hired an agency out of Minneapolis which is not traditionally the advertising capital of the world, but it's called Carmichael Lynch, and they did a ton of research on why people are buying Subaru..

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"labrador" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The ceo of this historically family run restaurant and lenny has the inside track all kinds of good stuff so we got to just about five minutes phyllis in on the ice fisherman and that tower that we see out of the window here across the water at the restaurant well it's so it's the mid nineteen nineteen in this young man who likes to ice fish he loves the plant the garden every year we harvest up is fruits and vegetables he pakistan we up and off the labrador he goes he bribes them labrador with the fruits and vegetables labrador labrador canada canada that's a long way eight nice and cold love the ice base yeah it's so he he arrived there with these fruits and vegetables and he doesn't know what to do with him and he just puts him out in the shed but it's the winter goes along he goes to prepare them when he finds something in the canadian went to preserve this and vegetables comes back the gloucester many works in his idea he has no money no job but he has a very wealthy neighbor man the candy business by the name of schrafft's it's nineteen nineteen and he's told his friend what he's done his friend loves his idea he likes it so much that he's willing to give them some money so it gives them ten thousand dollars he tells them that go secure a lot of money he tells them to go secure pat and then off he goes let's fate would have at the following season a very wealthy family from west palm beach a family whose last name happened to be post as in mary where the post they sail into gloucester harbor in the middle of summer they want to entertain the guests they send the young stewart shorter by fresh goose geese to be had so the stuarts directed to the young man he sells macos the ticket on the cook it up and the post that just delighted they found a fresh goose and then it'll that it wasn't fresh see they bought it from a young man by the name of clarence birdseye when the post realized that birds i has such a good idea that want to buy it but i i has a pat and he's not interested in selling so they returned back to florida killed the board of directors what they had found and then the come to sue birds at following summer the proposition even clarence can't say no to name your price whip appeared to pay anything you want both in nineteen twenty s the man with no money no job tells the people from florida i want twenty million dollars wow that's like billions and billions and they pay him twenty million bucks and for those of you who may not make the connection the posts are in other posts cereal raisin bran and all that well they pay him his twenty million dollars but they're no fools they go out and set up a company they call the company general foods clarence birthday becomes the father of frozen foods and the candyman mr traff for lending his friend ten thousand dollars he received a quarter million dollars interest on a ten thousand dollar note it a little more than a year but of course schori looking out the window that tower the relationship between the story in that our that's the building a witch frozen foods had begun in that's the building very cold is that cool that is very cool now it's time to we have a sir hang on a second we're good three and a half minutes i suspect that's okay it's okay so this connection that everyone looks for when you go to a place and i'm gonna tell you a story.

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"labrador" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Lapa love where they come and they do it in that setting and again you got to reduce fearing zion stress for a poor pet owner and the pet that you know this is the last page of the last chapter but in in new zealand the veterans association worked at the funeral association and encourage pets to go in and say goodbye to human family members so this at the time wasn't in in the hospital but now it's expanded into the bill that come into the hospital or healthcare facility but they'd go into the nursing home and i went in there and you know i'm kinda creeped out my dead people it's you know i've been involved with a few of them it's not like my choice to go in there was somebody i don't know that's dead but i went in there and the guy was laying there on the table and it went in there and this labrador retriever saw him and it went crazy it just all sudden you know it was sullen it was depressed it was sad and it's signed laying there and oh my god it went up and flipped us last as off and it was looking face licking his face and and then you know the solemn person on the funeral home put his glasses back on the dog got back up and in flipped his glasses off again and finally the woman she said oh you know what his name was tom she goes tom never sleeps so those glasses on in so he took it and folded it up and and and put it in his pocket and there was this incredible moment there of of love and clarity and and i really encourage people to latte we lost three dogs last year george in each time we let the dogs be present when the other one passed on.

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"labrador" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Kboi news time 653 nate shelman here filling at the chris walton this week who is on vacation he's doing just fine talked to him a little bit yesterday what are you had to say we we what are you doing nothing now what are you doing this week of him sometimes those are the best vacations sometimes absurd yeah absolutely peace peace quiet walked whatever it is you wanna watch read whenever you want to read what are you do it i'm going to take a nap cheer vacation i know i can't do this during the week when i'm working stake and also cheap slidell taken up all right so what are we have when we have gone onto we got plenty of stuff going on today uh the candidates weighing in the gubernatorial candidates weighing in on cbd oil running for governor you have two of them weighing in on cbd oil la congress in labrador uh not happy with the way the process went in the idaho and the idaho legislature dan i saw the statement that he put out right uh throwing some throwing some jabs in there uh quote cars labrador leaders in idaho should encourage open heartfelt debate on important issues again part of this cbd oil debate happened in lee haider's centre lee era was there a jab in a labrador statement about the governor otter uh no not not directly at governor otter but definitely i gu jenna governor bread little at lieutenant governor yes i see is the statement goes on um i'm so disappointed to see the otter little administration manipulate legislature fastforward fastforward every idaho and should ask themselves where the president of the senate is on this issue present the senate is lieutenant governor brad little stood on the sidelines while while the governor usurp the legislative process unfortunately this is not the first time he's failed to be a leader of the people idaho contrast lieutenant governor brad little did respond all his campaign responded for the last eight years while congress labrador said back in dc failing to fix important issues like immigration in repealing obamacare idaho's conservative state leadership has been working in listening to idahoans in all corners of the state but he didn't necessarily give his position on the discussion not exactly no let's too bad dummy all quiz weighed in.

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"labrador" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That in north sweden everywhere part of sweden is three times more dogs per capita them in the cities and also i would say generally the majority of swedish doug estate take their dogs out fracture walks where they execise themselves pay so what touch with dogs are best in terms of being protective of cardiovascular disease in their guardians so we found that the owners to pointing dogs such as pointer german shorter pointer as an example and retriever dog such as the golden retriever or labrador retriever they had the lowest risk cardiovascular disease it could also be that people that are already fiscal active and they like to be outdoors they get one of those rates instead of a more now chihuahua or some more toy breed soto over what would be the new take home message from your study worship people take away from us so inter milan sweden i would say that dogowners live longer and i would say also in the sinking household still go nurse have lower risk of cardiovascular hospitalisation compared to non single nonowners so i would say that i think it's important for doctors and the general society also to acknowledge stepped pets can be very important for the owners and there you shouldn't think that if someone tells you their pets passed away it could be a very big fame for them especially if they're a single so that could be a big bereavement than we actually studying that right now what happens close to them malls death what happens with owners immediate cardiovascular risk we know that if your partner passes away than you have increased risk of cardiovascular hospital station on their phone will now look into that was the for pets that i will be interesting to see if you'll receive to be orbit over of a secret among owners when their beloved dog guys there may be far more bereavement mayor when the.

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"labrador" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on KGO 810

"I will just tell you this sean boy i i've i've been a labrador retriever guy since why childhood so there's a very good chance i'll swing that way i just i know how their minds were uncomfortable with them and the rest of it so on yes or no she commitment it is a commitment my my parents baghdad says he's going to get a dog when he's like no longer traveling you're doing anything so the period between kids leaving home which is now but many years murder and to get a dog has been quite a long period of not being tied down so they can pick up and go where they want anytime they want via how about a nice dogs sitter warehouses that are vital dog so we do that all the same i also care still myself just leave it gets harder to weed it out i'll watch dow hit my irons out my wife guttering stolen once but that's fine void are you gonna do uh let's not can prove it so what are you gonna do nothing you just gonna be stolen bro i should have been more careful on who i chose yeah answered at let some rando in your house from craigslist not a good idea the dog was fine the human awful once again to going sleep in bed with you have no no who i sit on the couch with you uh no will it have a seat at the table no it it's a dog will i admit car with you one hundred percent yes all will go for a long trips there yeah yeah i'm a one was the alternative may get rugby side we gotta go we do have hours ago do you go like a.

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"labrador" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

The Longest Shortest Time

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

"Okay now why was there would be cushion on my chair we all have will be cushions on our chairs eu lead they won't be cushite all right sometimes i forget where it is that i live you're telling me that malaria story was written by it but i'm telling you peter here's another one up more greater called darden's on dog day you can hang out with the dawn your own a boxer husky more done shabir be john of dead voller bob sound green names are great your wa huahua and now day dupleix win nam four was in what if i don't have a dog oh will you could borrow a labrador retriever are really mountains in the background on opinion love you'll know how i i know how you again to hang out with my on john young to hang on dog have be checkup buyers podcast more songs and stories a written by kids from all over the world uh hi i'm mindy thomas from npr is well in the world and every week my buddy guy rise in i take you on wild adventures away from your screens inside your brains out into space and deep into the full list news stories in science and technology and new discoveries and it goes a little something like this could you imagine flying cars flying all around all over the place i mean that would not be safe right now it would definitely not be safe.

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"labrador" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on Brains On!

"A dog oh will you could borrow a labrador retriever are really mountains in the background on of you know how i i know how you again to hang out with my all day on john in line to hang on dog have be check out this podcast more songs and stories a written by kids from all over the world on high i'm indy thomas from npr is well in the world and every week my buddy guy rise in i take you on wild adventures away from your screens inside your brains out into space and deep into the full list news stories in science and technology in new discoveries and it goes something like this could you imagine flying cars flying all around all over the place i mean that would not be safe right now it would definitely not be safe yet would think iras noticed great life not just like.

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"labrador" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on Wow In the World

"A dog oh well you could borrow a labrador retriever are really mountains in the background on you know how i i know how you again to hang out with my on john young to hang on dog have be checkup buyers podcast more song stories a written by kids from all over the world uh hi i'm indy thomas from npr is well in the world and every week my buddy guy rise in i take you on wild adventures away from your screens inside your brains out into space and deep into the coolest news stories in science and technology and new discovery and it goes a little something like this could you imagine flying cars flying all around all over the place i mean that would not be safe right now it would definitely not be safe yet wood fire i noticed that just like.

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"labrador" Discussed on Eleanor Amplified

Eleanor Amplified

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on Eleanor Amplified

"You can hang out with a dog your own a boxer up a husky or john shepherd be gone up dead bowler bob sound green names are grey stalwarts your huahua now there is a day to play win them four hours coleman what if i don't have a dog oh will you could borrow a labrador retriever our mountains in the background on a beauty love you'll know how i am i know how you on day again to hang out with my there are all day on god we might not on dog hang in my dog all non dog happy day murphy check out the story buyers podcast were more song than stories a written by kids from all over the world uh hi i'm indy thomas from npr as out in the world and every week my buddy guy rise and i take you on wild adventures away from your screens inside your brains out into space and deep into the fullest news stories in science and technology and new discoveries and it goes a little something like this you imagine flying cars flying all around all over the place i mean that would not be safe right now it would definitely not be safe emme god knows the speed limit red light nine people like me m e m i don't that is the only of will in fact mean the i think they see one right now he hit you in a big gift that a.

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"labrador" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"The man is still unwilling to accept that his dog is dead he's you know upset from said a buzz dog set the punchline no no no no m a quarter of the way through so the vet brings in a black labrador retriever black lab what cat what kinda doug is the original doug do we now we don't know what the original dog is not important to the joke okay well you mentioned a black lab is this going to be a racist joked and now you're raise the joe gig it could be yellow lab okay well i don't know i don't know the punch like all land up chastising me for not knowing while devoured schilling's humidity he's known by its a wholesome joke there's a there's a deceased dog yeah the not suddenly make light of you bring a somebody else's real life dog into the equation for some reason next thugs fine sam's fine yeah don't nobody cares said the vet brings in a book out nobody cares nova it will now who's the one with a cold hard for her other the the uh said the vet brings in a black labrador retriever the lab sniffs the body walks from head to tail and finally looks at the vet barks the vet looks at the manas says i'm sorry but the lab thinks your dog is dead too the man finally resigned his diagnosis diagnosis thanks to the vet and asked him how much he us the that answers six hundred fifty dollars.

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"labrador" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Is good for the entire i make us i'm getting through to a table he got back up his broke with somebody but if he was knocked out like he wakes up in an hour and then what he just stops everyday finally called a believes or is this an agenda this movie who knows we labrador because they pass for they jumped two time we never see lorenzo how old is three months yet 3months this leszek was the only hear me up the only thing like let us would you ally more or less sequence it's not great but it makes out i didn't laugh about anything it is moving at tells albany aabout wait now on china remember what happens now he i know he makes ice cube the head of security in their new tueries his lawyer and brand he's actions his co way to terry got a law degree in three months a what are you doing what are you doing are now no logically impasse the bar threemonth no but she was she was going to school that i remember that maybe she is that i actually will be the alterner talk of like of hurt by could be like 17 years old at some point yet rachel was supposed to be there they're probably going to school so light rain named her the attorney but the i guess that as a technically that technically doesn't mean he's out of school year not only is she not at a school she she hasn't even graduate she has got a bachelor's yet yes meditate on a law degree is legit ed yet.

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"labrador" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Yes for twelve win in a row today ruck detained you're gonna be playing surely in grandma what's up shirley and morning surely you can't be theory is an area end up early are there any eight billion as a way for that all right surely i take it myself and my company at the studio right now i know you guys will be really missing out on something but down reform in in a hallway rookie is leaving the room shirley you know the game is played got 30second seconds many questions as possible don't know one just say pass and if the beat brooke outright to win okay all right door is closed in here we go you're time starts now according to a new study what european tourist attraction is the number one place in the world that the people they excel fees the labrador retriever was named the most popular dog breed for the 26th year in a row what was second german shepherd in the wizard of oz dorothy his house of falls on top of which witch but wicked witch lat what southern states official motto is simply fringe ship actor because of copyright marvel comics estimate losses of dollars each time it to use what word in the xmen series or describes xmen sorry took a long time uh uh i don't know it's okay all right that don't feel too bad about it you send it really down about that remembering brick back into the studio so what do you do for a living surely an eminent earned they didn't yom per farmer o o all right sweet so maybe you and i should talk has i do have a lot of insurance problems and may be sincere on the show you could hook up a discount then he may be at that still okay all right bridge ready to go yeah sure looks do their share time of god yeah just gotta keep with that jalil's fall off that is used this killing her i know that sharia joke all right here we go your time starts now according to a new study what european tourist attraction is the number one place in the world that people take selfies eiffeltower the labrador retriever was named the west popular dog breed for the twenty six year in a row what was second told the nurture in.

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"labrador" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast

Story Pirates Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"labrador" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast

"It is this next story comes to us from a fourth grader name coleman from louisville colorado it's an amazing song and it's called dog day hey colmey hey ashley manning well we could go see movie or isn't ashley you know i love him now today's a special day to days dog day i'm day what's now well i'll tell ya on dog day i get to hang out with my dog all day on dog day god the part played federation maybe go on day again to hang out with my labrador retriever her name is bell line you can't believe her she loves eaten treats and i don't have to lay on jobs you can hang out with your own observe a husky dan i share jeanniot bowler pottstown green beans are gray wa wa now you dupleix win damn four hours conan what if till have a dog oh well you could borrow a labrador retriever our mountains in the background on you know how i i know how you again to hang out with my on my on the hang on happy.

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