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Fresh update on "leaf" discussed on John Williams

John Williams

00:40 sec | 3 min ago

Fresh update on "leaf" discussed on John Williams

"You may have one too. If I do get the first shot the first vaccine. How long can I wait before I get the second? You may have heard the answer to that. Maybe you haven't. We'll make sure we know what the time lag can be. Between the first in the second doctor most a little after 10 o'clock, and Bob Garretts joined us before he's that reporter at the Dallas Morning News will ask him about the Texas stories today. If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to a park ranger. But the only quotes they'd probably give you would be about the beauty of a fallen leaf or ripples in a pond. Not the kind that.

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It's March, Here Are Some Things to Do In The Garden

Your Gardening Questions

02:20 min | 4 hrs ago

It's March, Here Are Some Things to Do In The Garden

"You know it's We've talked before. About how fast time ceased seems to go from here. We are at the end of february getting ready for march march. Marshall pee on monday What are some of the things you're thinking about when it comes to things to do or in march well mark there's a host of things first of all. Finish your leisure reading. Because you're about to have to get out nick garden and you probably want to get out. I've been feeling like everybody else does by kind of like a caged animal under this kovic situation. However i've stayed clean. And i wanna keep it that way i presently and fortunately most shots are in me. I will speak only to the first shot. I thought somebody hit me in the left shoulder with a louisville slugger for for a day or two. But that's that was no big deal and the second shot which i've heard some horror stories about i had practically no problem with i. I was not even Not even sure. I knew i had the shot first of all the person happened to be a fireman. That was working the line that day. He gave me a shot. I did not feel the needle in or out it. Just he was so slick he said well you came into the line of the best treatment other you go any out Mark it's it's there. But i was. I say get your leisure reading done then. All kinds of gardening supply magazines are coming in from from tools to well flowers to feed to full plants and so on get get some decisions made on what will fill that spot and right. Now you've been staring out the window in most cases at snow and The evergreens have shown up. Then you know where there will be some leaves on things and then if there are some voids that you'd like to think about think either standard plants woody ornamental or think perennials. Think in terms. Then as you read the catalogs taller things in the farthest point of the bid then shorter or mid size and then shorter and I always try to put the beds in my mind into a very addict. Well as you see a very different story of how to handle them.

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Fresh "Leaf" from Fred and Angi

Fred and Angi

00:35 sec | 6 min ago

Fresh "Leaf" from Fred and Angi

"Farm. Surprisingly great rates. We gave this song, surprisingly great lyrics, just grip intending to write it down the block. Drop safes and save my discount is locked. But my rates like that great like that drive safe like that. I saved like that. My claims like that. God, Jake like that straight up. Fax. Great race, straight up, Fax great race. Like a good neighbor. State farm is there you could continuously cough for hours on end, Or you could take Nelson Cough doesn't cough gives you 12 Copper leaf hours to help accomplish anything You want to let coffin.

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Carve Out Some YOU Time

Becoming The InfluentialMe

02:10 min | 5 hrs ago

Carve Out Some YOU Time

"Important thing you can do for yourself is to carve out some time just for you and it's that time when you're supposed to be working and you cheat and you start googling things. I'm not talking about that time. I'm talking about carving out a genuine time saying thirty minutes. That is going to be time for me to have a cup of tea and journal not at night. I mean during the day why because we used to have time for our thoughts. When you're walking into the office when you do you know when you were you know. Having a lunch break you could take a stroll but now that time is sort of just gone because now your lunch break you to make sure people have and maybe homeschooling as well and you know all of these different things so finding that thirty minutes minutes even to spend time with yourself. Maybe it's first thing in the morning when you're against super energized to really spend time on you now i can tell you what to fill that time with if it was up to me. I'd be like yeah. Plan your goals. Make sure you're connecting with people. That can really help you. Create the right but that time is your time if you just want to sit that and breathe in and out and do nothing. It's completely up to you but the most important thing is in order for you to feel energized daily. You need that time. One of the this comes from something that i learned from dance dance talks about how our free time arrest time. Everybody always treats it like it's a reward. You once i do. Will this hard work then. I can rest. But dan says actually. It's the rest time that allows you to do your work so once you've rested then you can do great work not once done great work then. I can messed because that's just sort of shattered. But if you look at it at refueling energizing rejuvenating yourself just by carving out that time feed my only advice in terms of you time is. Don't use it to take information like news or something. Negative really use. It took for something that will give you energy. Even if it's the watching something funny so you can laugh for what something that gives you positive energy and leaves you feeling alive. Maybe don's and just really do something for you in that

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Dallas Based Boy Scouts of America Submit Bankruptcy Reorganization Plan

Rush Limbaugh

00:27 sec | 22 hrs ago

Dallas Based Boy Scouts of America Submit Bankruptcy Reorganization Plan

"On Irving based Boy Scouts of America has submitted a bankruptcy reorganization plan. The plan envisions continued operations of its local troops and national adventure camps, but leaves unanswered questions about resolving tens of thousands. Of sexual abuse claims by former scouts organization says the plan demonstrates progress as it works to compensate abuse victims and address finances so we can continue operating an attorney for hundreds of former scouts called the Plan Wolf Aly,

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JJ Watt leaves Houston for Arizona

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:16 sec | 1 d ago

JJ Watt leaves Houston for Arizona

"J. J. Watt has ended his free agency early as a three time NFL defensive player of the year, agrees to a two year $31 million deal with the Arizona Cardinals with 23 million guaranteed. The 31 year old was released by the Houston Texans after 10 years and leaves is the franchises all time leader in sacks with

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About 30 vehicles involved in pileup on icy Montana bridge

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

About 30 vehicles involved in pileup on icy Montana bridge

"Scene on the roads in Montana. 30 car pile up on an icy bridge leaves two people seriously hurt and a lot of vehicles smashed. Here's a B. C's truck secrets in a snow storm whipped up Suddenly, visibility was zero on the I 90 bridge over the Yellowstone River near Billings, Montana, driving a big truck hauling cars that Taylor 45 or 50, and I got onto that bridge and you couldn't see the accident by then, because it was snowing pretty hard. Not real hard, but pretty hard and the bridge was already iced over. It was just no stopping. Montana Highway Patrol Sergeant Kyle Hater reported several people at least two that had to jump off the bridge or did jump off the bridge. They did sustain injuries. Nobody killed

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US implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist's killing

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:48 min | 4 d ago

US implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist's killing

"I'm anthony davis saudi arabia's crown prince likely approved the killing of journalist jamal khashoggi inside the saudi consulate in istanbul. According to a newly declassified us intelligence report released friday that instantly ratcheted up pressure on the biden administration to hold the kingdom accountable for a murder that drew worldwide outrage. The intelligence findings were long known to many us officials and even as they remain classified have been reported with varying degrees of precision but the public rebuke of crown prince. Mohammed bin. Salman is still a touchstone in us saudi relations. It leaves no doubt that as the prints continues in his powerful role and likely ascends to the throne. Americans will forever associated with the brutal killing of a journalist who promoted democracy and human rights yet even as the biden administration released the findings it appeared determined to preserve the saudi relationship by avoiding direct punishment of the prince himself despite demands from some congressional democrats and kashogi allies for significant and targeted sanctions. Saudi arabia's foreign ministry responded by saying the kingdom categorically rejects the offensive and incorrect assessment in the report pertaining to the kingdom's leadership democrats in congress praised the administration for releasing the report the trump administration had refused to do so but urge to take more aggressive actions including against the prince representative adam schiff champion of the house. Intelligence committee urged the biden administration

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Why Are the Leaves Curling on My Lime Tree?

Your Gardening Questions

02:01 min | 5 d ago

Why Are the Leaves Curling on My Lime Tree?

"Also had a question to fred at plan. Talk radio dot com from brandy and brandy says the leaves are curling up on my indoor lime tree any idea. Well no i. i'm going to start with. That's not a surprise I have never grown well. I i grew one spiny old orange from a seed one time and i gave it up because you you could so leather with a don't points on but any event my limit on on Well indoor plants of that nature is pretty significant however One of my clients had a orange tree. It was in a container that was at least Twenty eight to thirty inches wide and maybe about that same height. The tree had a trunk of maybe three and a half inches diameter. She had a great big. I'm gonna call it florida room. He's facing it cetera. Almost ideal it would be on the patio in the shade of a tree Until maybe two hours of sun in the middle of the day then the house would shade it in the evening and on through so my experience is through others and i know she was concerned at one point. This was an orange. But i think it's enough the same that this leaf curling is kind of normal in the wintertime. as growth doesn't stop it slows way down on all plants with the seasons and with temperatures et cetera. Et what dealing with is quite normal now if it does not come out with new leaves here in the next six weeks that are that are also curled. Then there may be something else causing a problem. But i've got a hunch. All she needs to do is keep it at room temperature. Give it plenty of light. Don't fertilize until late march A little bit each couple three weeks. And i mean a little bit. We're we're talking now not trying to push a plant as a green houseman would do to get it bigger for sale. We're talking about sustaining or maintaining plants.

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When God Becomes 100% for Us

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

04:03 min | 5 d ago

When God Becomes 100% for Us

"Among whom we all once lived in the passions of our flesh carrying out the desires of the body and the mind and were by nature children of rats like the rest of mankind visions to three all of god's wrath all the condemnation we deserve was poured out on jesus all of god's demand for perfect righteousness were fulfilled. By christ the moment we see by grace this treasure and receive him in this way his death counts as our deaths and his condemnation as our condemnation and his righteousness as our righteousness and god becomes one hundred percent irrevocably for us forever in that instant question. This leaves unanswered is doesn't the bible. Teach that any turn ity. God set his favor on us in election. In other words thoughtful people ask. Did god become one hundred percent for us. In the moment of faith and union with christ and justification did he not become one hundred percent. Four us in the act of election before the foundation of the world pulses inefficient one. Four and five. God chose us in jesus before the foundation of the world that we should be holy and blameless before him in love he predestined us for adoption to himself as sons through. Jesus christ is god then not one hundred percent for the elect from eternity. The answer hangs on the meaning of one hundred percent with the term one hundred percent. I'm trying to preserve a biblical truth found in several passages of scripture for example. In if he wants to three. Paul says that christians children of rat before they were made alive in. Christ jesus. We all once lived among the sons of disobedience in the passions of our flesh carrying out the desires of the mind and the body and were by nature children of wrath like the rest of mankind. Polish saying that before birth before we were made alive together. With christ god's wrath was on us the elect were under wrath. This changed when god made us alive. In christ jesus and awakened us to see the truth and beauty of christ so that we received him as the one who died for us and as the one who's righteousness is counted as ours because our union with jesus before this happened to us we were under god's grass then because of our faith in christ and union with him all god's wrath was removed and he then became in that sense one hundred percent for us therefore exult in the truth that god will keep you he will get you to the end because in christ he is one hundred percent for you and therefore getting to the end does not make god to be one hundred percent for you. It is the effect of the fact that he is already one hundred percent for

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'Frasier' is back in the building: Kelsey Grammer to star in streaming revival

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

'Frasier' is back in the building: Kelsey Grammer to star in streaming revival

"Blues. The actor Kelsey Grammer is confirmed as returning to his role. As the Seattle psychiatrist turned radio host. The revival will launch on Paramount Plus, which is the rebranding of CBS, Viacom, CBS all access. The actor had been leading the efforts to revive the series, which originally ran for 11 seasons between 1993 in 2004 on NBC. The Streamer didn't reveal anyone else that might be on board. The show, which also start David Hyde Pierce team leaves, Peri Gilpin and the late John

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What Are Hydrophobic Plants?

Plantrama

02:45 min | 6 d ago

What Are Hydrophobic Plants?

"Going to introduce a poly celebic and scientific term. And that is hydrophobic which means fear of water and we're not talking about literal fear but you may have noticed. There are some plants in the garden where the water just beads up and rolls off and we say that these plants have hydrophobic leaves and you might wonder why this happens how it happens if it helps plants if it hurts plants. And that's what we're going to talk about today. Yeah and sometimes people refer to this as the low dose effect right because lotus plants which heard the aquatic plants that have gorgeous flower and the pretty pod their leaves do this and this works for the plant in several ways doesn't it it does and it's really interesting. I've i've always seen this effect and you mentioned the lotus and that's a one. The thing that it's most common to me on is is al camilla. What's the common name for al camilla. Why am i blanking on lady's mantle. That's right lady's mantle and you walk through the garden in the early morning when the do has settled on the plants. And you look at a leaf of lady's mantle and it's like a work of art with all those perfect round drops on the leaf. There's a lot of different things that can cause that but usually it has to do with the surface of the leaf itself and and how it reacts when waterfalls on it the reason that some leaves have evolved to do. This is several fold first of all in areas like rainforest areas where it rains every afternoon. At four o'clock right. Yeah if a plant is repeatedly repeatedly getting wet a particularly in a place like a rain forest where is humid and warm. That's sort of the ideal conditions for fungal problems. For various. Right leaves fungi. And the fact that this water doesn't stay on the leaf but beads up and rolls off. That helps the leaf not to get leave diseases. That's perfect and the interesting thing. Is that in very dry places. This is a useful characteristic because the water lands on belief. Rolls right off. And where does it go. It goes to the root zone of the plant where it can be most useful and be absorbed so it's just another example of how amazing nature is and how this these characteristics have evolved in very different ecosystems helping the plant in each one of them but in different ways and i just think that is so cool is so

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Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine deemed "safe and effective" by the FDA

Daily Coronavirus Update

07:10 min | 6 d ago

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine deemed "safe and effective" by the FDA

"And johnson. It's been shown that they're vaccine is effective at preventing hospitalizations and severe effects of covid. Nineteen this from scientists at the fda we're seeing about. I think it's sixty six percent effective when it comes to moderate to severe cases of covid nineteen so matthew. Tell a little bit more about what we're hearing with. His johnson and johnson vaccine right so what happened. Is that johnson. Johnson released data about a month ago. You know press release but the process for evaluating these vaccines is that they go through the fda and the fda really unique in the world independently looks at the data and re analyzes the data that the company produces and its own report and then hold a public meeting which will be happening friday and so the documents before the public meeting came out and they had some good news both some really clear data on hospitalizations and a general sense of approval from the fda researchers. Sometimes they're not as positive so it looks like this may be another option now. The big plus is on. This is one. It's a one shot dose. So you don't have to go back for a second jab in the arm and also doesn't need to be kept frozen like the pfizer derna vaccines do so shipping and handling of all of this will be a lot easier much easier to transport and that's a big advantage. It does not look like we're gonna have a huge amount of supply the start off with so it doesn't dramatically change how fast we're going to be any shots into people's arms but for a lot of people i think in a lot of experts i talked. You think this'll be a great option. It's one and done. I think some of the numbers. I saw the might have about four. That are produced right now. Ready to send out so it gets approved. They can get those out really quick but it wouldn't be until april possibly where they can really ramp up production to start distributing that right and will also be getting over that where they're hundreds of millions of doses of the two vaccines have the madonna and fayza biontech vaccines. That are expected to arrive in the us by july. So there's gonna be a lot more vaccine available. The jj supply will ramp up and we'll be getting more of those other two vaccines that leaves. There's a vaccine coming from nova vacs. We don't really know about how much will getting the early results issued press. Release again good and we're waiting for. Us results on the astra zeneca vaccine. Now some good news. With his johnson and johnson one is its effectiveness against these variants. That we've been hearing a lot about so it fared better than expected when it comes to those. I the way to interpret. That is we'd seen some results and the new results that they showed today look a bit better than what we'd seen in terms of variants. There's still does seem to be decreased. Efficacy against the south africa variant. Three five. Which is really the one that we're all worried about but it did look better than what we've seen previously and what j. j. has said it seems like with those variants. This vaccine is still preventing severe disease and hospitalization. Which are the key things. We've always wanted from vaccine here. The idea that you'd prevent a symptomatic infection or mild cases kind of bonus compared to just making sure that people end up in the hospital hospitalizations numbers were good on that front. What did we see when it comes to side effects. I saw that there were a few unexpected side effects. Although these are very rare you know but The expecting side effects the kind of pain in the arm the headache fatigue. That's pretty much in line with the other two vaccines. We have that right now. There were some rare events that occurred more often in the vaccine in the placebo group. Keeping in mind that forty thousand people were in this trial. There were fifteen serious blood clots including some. Dvd's in that exciting compared to ten in the placebo group. That's something the fda plans to monitor there was also some rini ears in the vaccine group and not in the placebo group. So that's kind of an odd one that will wanna watch again. This is really a prelude to friday win. Some of the top experts in the world are going to gather on zoom call and go over these data that the fda assembled we'll be live blogging that stat. That's when we really find out a lot about any medical product. It's it's one of the amazing things. The fda does now an interesting thing in all of this so public health officials might have a messaging problem when it comes to pumping the johnson and johnson. One out when we're seeing guys like pfizer maderna's say that their vaccine is ninety five percent effective against corona virus. Just listening to numbers right. This says sixty six percent. So what are they going to have a challenge in getting people to want to take this one over the other or you know how how to work out. It's really important to realize that particularly between those three vaccines. The getting vaccine is much better than not getting a vaccine. The change vaccine may be on par after a second dose and that study is being done but unlike visor during the second dose is going to be months after the first and then also slows down the study. She gotta wait right for people to get their second dose. So we're not expecting those data until kinda summerish but the big thing is for a lot of people. There was also the appeal of a single dose here. And i don't think we should understate that. And the effect on severe disease is big so the problem is gonna be the in the initial rollout. You really want people to take whatever vaccine. They're giving because being vaccinated is so much better than not being vaccinated. And that is part of the path to get in the world back to normal and public health. Authorities are absolutely going to have to articulate that now again because there's not going to be that much supply of this initially. They're going to have time for a learning curve right now. the demand for vaccines clearly outstrips supply. That's why you're hearing so many stories of people desperately logging on trying to get vaccine. What scott gottlieb used to run. The fda has raised the issue of you know. We're we're going to reach a point where the people who wanna get vaccinated we'll have been vaccinated and we're still going to need to vaccinate more people and that's when convincing people who are less sure to take vaccine in to take the vaccine that's available is going to become more of an issue last question briefly pfizer moderna vaccines are based on 'em a. What kind of platform is the johnson and johnson. When using this like theatrics annika vaccine is called an ad no virus which is a kind of virus that is used to the same kind of ideas marin a the instead of traditional vaccines were you inject the protein that your immune system sees and then learn to recognize an attack. These sneak something into your body that makes a lot of proteins. You make a lot more protein and then the body recognizes that an attack it in this case they're using this virus which is kind of a cold virus to sneak some genetic material in and that makes the spike protein from the sars virus which your body then learns to recognize and thereby has antibodies that attack the virus

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NHL Rundown; Petersen helps Kings beat Blues 2-1 for 6th straight win

CBS Sports Radio

00:22 sec | 6 d ago

NHL Rundown; Petersen helps Kings beat Blues 2-1 for 6th straight win

"Kreider hat trick by straight losses for the Ducks, losing a shoot out to the Coyotes. 43 Kings make it six straight wins to one victory over the Blues. Wild six Avalanche, too. And over time, the Maple Leafs beat the flames to the one. William Neill. Andr has both goals for Toronto star. Shut out the Panthers free Nothing! The lightning shut out the Hurricanes. Three Nothing. College basketball. North Carolina

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Ghana Becomes 1st Country To Get COVAX Vaccine Doses

NBC Nightly News

01:32 min | 6 d ago

Ghana Becomes 1st Country To Get COVAX Vaccine Doses

"Was a milestone day and the ambition effort to get two billion doses of vaccine to the developing world. Cynthia mcfadden with it. It's called the margin logistical undertaking in history in the wee hours of this morning it finally began today. We're in ghana. And this is really a historic moment. As six hundred thousand doses of the astra zeneca vaccine arrived in the african nation. The first vaccine to be delivered as part of a msa effort led by the world health organization and unicef called kovacs to send at least two billion doses of vaccine to the world's poorest nations if one country is left unvaccinated this disease will bounce back and forth. The vaccine was shipped directly from the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world. in india. In each of the kovacs countries healthcare workers will be the first to be inaugurated. Hundreds of thousands of syringes also arrived in ghana ship from a massive unicef warehouse in dubai. Meanwhile overnight one hundred thousand syringes arrived in the maldives which will soon get their vaccine allotment. Certainly a down payment on hope but consider this so far about two hundred million. Vaccines have been administered. But nearly half of those two only two countries china and the us leaves more than one hundred countries that haven't administered a single

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Illinois governor signs bill making state the first to end cash bail

Anna Davlantes

09:19 min | Last week

Illinois governor signs bill making state the first to end cash bail

"Justice reform bill that was signed into law by the governor. Fundamentally changing the way criminal justice is done across the state. The first state Illinois becomes the first state in the U. S to end cash bail, and I know a lot of law enforcement groups and attorneys generals across the state have come out. With some questions about it or not, they're they're a little concerned about some of the language language in this 700 plus Page Bill chief Mitchell Davis, though he's not one of them that that I understand he people leaves. This is going to be very good for the state. He's the hazel crust. Hazel Crest Police Department chief. Thank you, chief for spending time with us here on WGN. Thank you for having me. Tell us what it is that we should know about this. Why it is you are so much in favor of what was just past. We'll get to some of the concerns too. But what do you What do you like about this? How do you see this is the path forward? Well, I look at this as an opportunity for reforms. And I guess before I go toe reform for me is that after the definition says, is to make things better not just change, but the change them for the better. And this just gives us an opportunity to put reforms in place that can allow law enforcement to be more equitable in our administration of justice. Mm hmm. So, uh, specifically, some of the things that come out is the end of cash bail. There is the state wide use of force standards so statewide, they'd make determinations about what kind of use of force which is okay. These officers have to be equipped with body cams. Some of the ones that have him have to that goes into effect right away. If you don't have him, you've got some time to do that. Do you have those in Hazel Crest? We actually are in the evaluation process for our body cams. We were. It was already number one of our list of priorities. Before this. This legislation was enacted and it just, you know, just was right in line with what we were doing so many, many departments that don't have them, uh, law enforcement in general, I believe once by can, but it's the financial responsibility that comes along with him. Is what hinders most folks and that's what delayed us in getting Yeah, I hear that a lot. I hear that both the good officers, the law abiding ones, the ones that the vast majority overwhelming majority of folks who wear the badge would like them. They think that they help them sometimes to ever, maybe more often than the folks who are the suspects in the case. I don't know, but they say that it's not a bad thing. I think the only complaint I've heard is that how do you get the money for that? Right? They're expensive. They're expensive to buy the expensive to operate. Keep running and that for smaller police departments like yours That becomes a real sort of obstacle. Our burden? Yes, ma'am. And so the state of Illinois has a Body worn camera Grant fund through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, and you can apply for grant money through that entity. And while initially when that program was started, there was a lot of different caveats. If you take this money, there was a lot of different quote things that you had to do in order to take the money and to get the body cams and what ultimately ended up happening it happening is a lot of people did not take the money because they didn't they weren't able to comply with what was being asked of them. What's happened since then, is those things that were initially asked were put into law. So whether you got body cams are now now you have to comply with those things. So, um, that Grant Fundo we need for it to be expanded. S O. Once again. Most folks are not against body cams. But we do need that financial assistance, especially as you say the most departments are like Hazel Crest. Most departments are Chicago. Most departments are, uh most municipalities don't have that money to outfit all of their their people that we work for them. So we absolutely need funding to be paired with this legislation, and that's one of the things that we have to try to make sure that is implemented. Because the unfunded mandates are what we're going to make this bill fail in a big way, and I'm just prayerful that they will have the commitment to making sure that we have the funding to make sure things happen. Chief. I've heard. I'm sure you've heard this. I've heard this number of law enforcement folks. I know who say this anonymous complaints thing. You're allowed to make anonymous complaints against a police officer. While that sounds like it should happen for certain reasons, people would be afraid of intimidation or something. Someone patrolling the neighborhood who now is going to hold something against them. There are a number of reasons why people might be fearful to come forward. And so I get the thinking behind it. What officers think, believe many of them and I'm sure you've heard. This isn't in this environment where there is a lot of anti police sentiment. Some people don't even believe we should have police. That there are just going to be targeted attempts to try to remove officers and if you could do that anonymously, boy, that's going to be a lot more simple to do. Well, you know, and I've heard that argument as well. But we have to realize is that just because somebody files a complaint, somebody's not gonna lose their job. They're still due process, so whether it's an anonymous complaint or whether it's somebody who's filled out an affidavit. They act. It has to be substantiated. It has to be investigated and an officer is not held accountable to that complaint until that whole process has done so that due process is in place. Okay, So you feel comfortable that you you tell your officers visit? You've heard it right that they come to you and said that I've heard it from from officers from all over the state of a little bit. That is a concern that you know departments will be overwhelmed with anonymous complaints and and I get it. It may require more work for us. But the the end result is there are areas and there are some communities where people need to be able to file anonymous complaints. And if we can find a way so that we meet that need for folks to file anonymous complaints and not cause undue burden on our police departments and not jeopardize our officers, making sure that they have that due process That's what we have to meet in the middle. And that's where moving forward we gotta come up with solutions that can help us solve those challenges. Yeah, I think a couple things that I don't like about the bill. One is that the way it was past it sort of was this lame duck session middle of the night. Truly, like three or four in the morning, They dropped this 700 page. Bill and they said, Go ahead, take a look at it and you got an hour and we're gonna vote. And so suddenly over the weeks and weeks that followed, there were little things in there and maybe some big things to the people found that they thought, Wait a minute. This This might not be the way it's written may not be what we really need in terms of That delicate balance between preserving public safety and also giving suspects who have not been convicted rights and not not going after poor people simply because they're poor. I get that one of the things that's pointed out to me, and this is more of a prosecutor thing and judges, but it has to do with law enforcement to is that Now, in order to detain someone that the whole no bond thing in order to detain someone, you have to show that they pose a threat specifically to a certain person. So anyone who does sort of crime of convenience, whether it's a Carjacking or sexual assault or robbery or so many of the crimes That you see unless you can say that this person actually would go back out and go after this person. The judge and the prosecutors don't really have a lot of leverage to detain that person. Do you think that that will lead to that person may be a person who does violent crimes. To just think. Well, there are no consequences. So I believe that the you know, and once again as you mentioned this is for the judiciary and for prosecutors, more so than the police, But I believe that the foundation of it is that the person cannot be a threat. Now what the determining factors are for that person being a threat. Those are things that that's all gonna have to be hashed out. And one of the things that I'm once again. I'm hopeful for I'm prayerful for is that the no cash bond. It does not go into effect for a couple years. So that gives time for judiciary for prosecutors for legislators to sit down and really hash this out and look at unintended consequences that may have resulted from the initial language and I think that for me, that's where I'm most hopeful is that throughout the entire bill, what the legislators have told us And they asked for input all along with this well what they what? They've told us that even with this initial passage that they're looking to make things better in the bill, and so that's where the collaboration comes into place by everybody by the legislators. By my police officers, everybody by the community that we all come together and look at things were not going to agree on everything. But if we could make it more palatable so that it at the end of the day it works out for what's best for everybody. I believe that this bill can ultimately be something that can be. It'll be was used around the country as a standard. Hey, they These are the mistakes. They made it to the things that they've done right, But at the end of the day, I think it can help everybody if it's done right with collaboration and proper funding for the mandates that are being given to us. All right, Chief, I I certainly appreciate time and and your perspective. It's good to hear from someone in law enforcement. Who does support this and hear what you have to say about it. So thank you for making time for us. Yes, ma'am. Have a great day. Thank you, sir. Chief Mitchell Davis. There. He's with Hazel Crest. Speedy. We're gonna get to the

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Wild beat Sharks 6-2 for third win in a row

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | Last week

Wild beat Sharks 6-2 for third win in a row

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South Chicago house fire leaves 2 firefighters injured

Bob Sirott

00:37 sec | Last week

South Chicago house fire leaves 2 firefighters injured

"Chicago firefighters injured battling a house fire last night near 86, then Phillips on the far South side near Kalyan Heights. District. Fire Chief Stephen Clay says things got rough one cruise made Interior entry into the buildings where the fire had intensified. Came disoriented, disoriented, disoriented fire made made it it was called called Okay. The The firefighters firefighters were quickly quickly rescued from from the the structure. structure. They were transported to the hospital with non life threatening injury place. That's when they got to the scene. They ran into a couple of frozen hydrants that led to a quick search for alternate water sources. A

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The Case Of The Dead Fortune Teller

Sword and Scale

04:43 min | Last week

The Case Of The Dead Fortune Teller

"On april of nineteen. Seventy five the. Us army pulled out of the vietnam war as the capital city of saigon fell to the socialist people's army of vietnam in the days prior and the days and weeks following the fall of saigon the. Us military accused several operations aimed at evacuating refugees. Fleeing the communist government operation baby lift evacuated over three thousand three hundred children and the operation. Frequent wind rescued more than seven thousand vietnamese operation. New life and new arrivals saw these refugees processed in guam before being transported to a few army bases across the united states. One of which was camp pendleton in orange county california all in all orange county slowly assimilated thousands of vietnamese thirty years later in two thousand five that influx of vietnam refugees successfully transformed a stretch of strawberry fields and salvage yards in westminster calif into something more familiar. The area is now known as little saigon. Little saigon in westminster california is the largest vietnamese population outside of saigon. A a result of that There are often street signs in little saigon that are in vietnamese businesses. Use silage in vietnamese. It almost gives you the feeling of being in vietnam but you're in california as a result of that. There is a large presence of cultural traditions in little saigon. The cafes are popular karaoke bars. All kinds of ethnic foods and things like dad can easily found in little saigon. This a place where people from the vietnamese community can gather and talk and there's a sense of community there. This is sonia but yesterday my name is sonia. Chief deputy district attorney at santa barbara. Da's office a decade ago. I worked at the orange. County district attorney's office vietnamese in orange county brought with them to the united states. The kind of determination that only comes with the suffering and adversity that they had endured but also they brought their culture their food and their superstitions one major aspect of the vietnamese culture is what some in the us might consider a novelty pastime. Fortune telling to the vietnamese is serious business deeply rooted in their cultural history. Community members will consult fortune tellers for all sorts of reasons like making sure their businesses are properly situated for the flow of good energy to ward off evil spirits and haunted souls with rituals and spells to diagnose supernatural causes of illness establishing lucky dates for personal undertakings and to predict the future of wealth. Health and love. Then two thousand five. One of the most popular fortune tellers in little saigon was haas smith who went by the name. Jade i say was because in april of that year. She was found murdered in the home she shared with her daughter. Anita vo anita's ex-boyfriend young tran would visit regularly. Bringing coffee and snacks. In an attempt to rekindle their relationship him in anita had been dating for a period of time and very young love and as such can be kinda volatile times deterrent in the sense of It wasn't a serious romance at least it wasn't for anita but there was a real friendship there so i think that in his efforts to not only lure her back but general friendship and carrying it would not be unusual for him to share a meal. Bring over some coffee or just talk to her on a regular basis even if they were not quote unquote boyfriend and girlfriend. So happens is young. Tran goes and delivers coffee and biscuits and he leaves it in the front door area of the home he never enters

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When NOT To Perform a Psychic Reading

Learn Astrology with Mary English

03:39 min | Last week

When NOT To Perform a Psychic Reading

"To talk about strategy. Why would a tool to you about this week is when not to read for someone so during the metro met greater. Everything was comes up. I've had two incidences over this back to grade. And i want to talk to you about them. As their classic examples of when note to read for someone or even went of a refund so incident number one lady are no not for a long time normally meet in the flesh. leaves long distance away from where i live and now i'm working on she book to session. She phoned to book as it's great book trade and and she put Which includes histology and it was a ninety percent last reading psychic readers. This occupation so i wouldn Or she i think she had gold ashtray. Was that called off moins. Working did this particular lady have cau- yes she did. So it's a sark region and i'm vessel a. I decided to give some extra time because of what was going on and and it cut me show is particularly is husband had died just before christmas amorini february two months ago and she was also concerned about her elderly mother who she was now caring for so kante too much because obviously patient confidentiality but just an outline and it became evident in the reading that she wasn't enjoying the waiting and be. I could tell that she was too stressed to make sense of anything. I was telling her and she was repeating what i had told her. The last time. I'd seen which was a few years ago about what was happening for the moment. And what happened. And so i said you know. I feel a little than this marshall. Westerville little impotent. Hither everything that. I'm telling you isn't resonating for you. I'm going to refund you. We're going to stop right now. Just consult rating. I'm going to refund you. And i want you to come back when you feel a bit better and so i just stopped recording deleted. Coding went to my app Cancel the stuck. Cancelled left the session in refunded omar candidate one or the other but i definitely reform deter straightaway. So the money. She'd paid for the session just refunded it now. The reason i did that is because when somebody is in the bigger emotional state of any description mental emotional state then not going to hear what you say. And they're going to selectively here. What you said. And i realized at i was region for i was getting into dangerous territory because the nature of the things move talking about. It wasn't anything anything other than the husband died and that her mother was unwell. And i can tell while we were talking because this is a phone reading. It wasn't on skype so there was no telephone megyn to somebody that doesn't happen that And i could tell the. Dvd wasn't benefits in her and what she actually need

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Hi, I'm Dr Caroline leaf and welcome to my part cost each week. I focus on topics related to maintain health and discuss ways to help you deal with issues like anxiety depression. Shame guilt, PTSD and more. I've spent the last thirty years, researching the mind brain connection and mental health I worked with patients who suffer from traumatic brain injuries struggled with anxiety battled with learning issues and often work with families to resolve major relationship and communication problems in this part cost you will hear the advice I gave to my patients and take Knicks developed and used to help them. Find healing. My goal is to give you some pool effective and practical tips and tools to help you take control over your mental emotional and physical health. Before I begin today's discussion I want to just take a moment to thank everyone who has supported this part cost either by leaving a review spreading the word sharing episodes with friends and family. And posting about this part cost on social media. I love reading reviews and learning how I can make this podcast, even more helpful like this review from Ozzy. Go your part costs are so powerful so many times the words hit right in that moment of need, and really changed. My mindset, such clear and understandable teachings on how minds and brains work, and how we can improve thank you so much for sharing with us. Thank you article. And now back to today's part cost. Today, we are going to discuss how to help someone who just won't listen and to just doesn't.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Hi, I'm Dr Caroline leaf and welcome to my part cost each week. I focus on topics related to maintain health and discuss ways to help you deal with issues like anxiety to pression shame guilt, PTSD, and more. I've spent the last thirty years, researching the mind brain connection and mental health, I worked with patients who suffered from traumatic brain injuries struggled with anxiety battled with learning issues and often worked with families to resolve major relationship and communication problems in this part cost you will hear the advice, I gave to my patients and take Knicks developed and used to help them. Find healing. Michael is to give you some pool effective and practical tips and tools to help you take control over your mental emotional and physical health. Before begin today's discussion I want to take a moment to thank everyone who has supported this part cost either by leaving a review spreading the word sharing episodes with friends and family. And posting about this part cost on social media. I love reading reviews and learning how I can make this podcast, even more helpful like this review from E eight five to six amazing practical steps in doctor leaves episodes, Datta leaf. I listened to your dainty fine. The root of anxiety episode and was able to talk myself out of an executive tech in five minutes by plying your steps when it usually takes twenty to sixty minutes. I was also able to identify the root of dang Zyrtec by doing the funnel sip of asking further questions, and editing. My written response. It was linked to an issue that happened over twenty years ago. Thank you so much for sharing. These applicable steps that really were. Work. Thank you Ellie. I'm so pleased at help too. Now back to today's podcast today on going to discuss teen simple and practical, mental self-care take Niks to keep your brain healthy and reducing Zayed's. I stop stressing about not getting enough sleep. Feel of not getting enough sleep is actually more dangerous than not sleeping. And with all the media around how dangerous wind how bad for your brain. Lack of sleep is it can be quite easy to get fearful about not sleeping? It's also often when you lying bid at night, and you disparately tired, and you Congo to sleep. What is a base away to manage sleep before dive into that? I just want to tell you what sleep does sleep helps brain body, and mind regenerate. So when you go to sleep, you kind of go into housekeeping mode, where your brain is cleaned up your body's seen that we generate cells and kind of prepare for the next day when we talk about managing sleep. We need to make sure that we do get enough sleep in order for this region ration- to happen. But the thing is, is that we all have to look at the context of our life, and depending on where we all in what context of our life, we in stage of life would be going through that is going to. Kicked, her sleep said anyone moment, we need to consider how busy we are. What are we eating diet? Like, what are we going through emotionally that moment? All you managing your talks thoughts tumors at Sitra because those things will definitely affect the quality of your sleep in how much you sleep in how deeply sleep. And so on. So to manage sleep. One of the first tips to manage sleep is number one darn fear that you won't sleep. And what is doing to brain, because the fear will cause more damage, and but one Secondly, look at the context of your life. Look diets look at the medications that you look at the business, the stage of life at two in workwise, maybe children, wise combination. How busy you are. And the third thing is all you dealing with your toxic issues. One of the main things that keeps people away, could not is a mind. That's chaotic a mind. We you feel everything's unresolved. So you go to bed with mass of chaos of have got to do this. I haven't done that. And I don't know how to do this, and I'm worried about that. And I haven't dealt with this and as you fall into sleep met Patten that talks energy, moving through brain, which is little quantum, toxic energy, moving through brain, which is literal, electromagnetic, and chemical chaos in your brain doesn't allow your body to go into the stages of sleep that you need. So you're not going to resolve everything by the time you go to beat, but you can make a determination how to go into the leap state. So you could say something to solve lack, I'm going accountable this now. But she all the problems that are wearing meet write them down. And I'm gonna sold this tomorrow next week over the next few days, and that sort of brings a closure that allows you to compartmentalize and allows you to go into steep, so it's not as chaotic and dealt with staff. Don't Saprissa don't pretend. It's not bring it out. Writer close the book compartmentalize at. Let's say that now you've done that, and you still betting to sleep. So it may be a good idea in the next coming days to raise to diet medications, and they look at the label of business. If you eating the wrong food, you can trace that I have a book thinking, each yourself, smarted can help you that if you are in terms of business mabul think Lewin, succeed addresses techniques on how to do z well, how to make sure that you give your

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Life. If you knocked today's part cost and want to learn more and go deep into these concepts. I encourage you to attain my twenty nine teen mental health solutions summit this to same that in Dennis takes us. This conference is all about helping you manage the mental health and give you the tools needed to help others in your life with a your apparent to keep away to help your child. A teacher looking for ways to help your students and your colleagues Apostol looking for ways to help the congregation or a therapist looking for more techniques to help your plants. This conference is for you early bird tickets sales end on March thirty first and for more details and to register go to Dr leaf conference dot com. D R L E A F conference or one would lower case dot com. Also be short sign up for my weekly newsletter to get even water pipes and tools to quip. An empowered you to take back control over your mental health. You can sign up at Dr leaf dot com. One last thing if you like this podcast. I would love it. If you lift a review, you can also include suggestions and topics that you would like covered in future episodes. Thank you for joining me today. I really hope you enjoyed this episode and learn something new and helpful. Tool next week. Thanks again. I'm Dr Caroline leaf.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Hi i'm caroline leaf and welcome to this part cost today i'm going to talk to you about mindsets specifically to the fifteen mindsets that successful people have and how to cultivate these mindsets that will lead you forward and not backwards a mindset is an attitude accuster of thought to the text information it's such an important concept because minds are so incredibly powerful in my new book sinclar succeed are going to dips in the first six about mine seats and what they are and the fifteen mind sits up dainty fide that successful people cultivate and i want to help you understand these to help you to adopt these mindsets in your lives so mine sit is similar to an editor was kind of like an attitude and an edited is assault an assault has information and it has emotions so every time that you think you thought and that thought has this information and these emotions and together they create almost like a flavor and a mindset with a good flavor is going to drive fords whereas mindset with a toxic behavior is going to hold you backwards so basically a mindset shapes how you see and how you interact with the world it's literally a photo or they are footers through how you perceive day today vince and your world and literally how you you see your future that's what's important to have the right kind of mindsets literally a good mindset can catapult.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Hi i'm dr caroline leaf and welcome to this part cost i am so excited today i have a very very good friend of the studio with me dr lilian robertson who's an obgyn and we are going to talk about women's health and stress pretty much the impact of toxic stress on women's health welcome lillian it's wonderful having you beckon the studio again good to be here thanks for having me we did a couple of part costs to given and people have loved what you've got to say i just felt that we will have you and i were having this conversation just just recently about how you deal with so many high powered high level and just laugh woman obviously woman in general but hard business of life is getting to people and how to fix the health and i this as important topic press to talk about i agree you know we we do see quite a bit of stress and today's environment with what's happening in the world stage what's happening in her home life in what's happening just locally and so i'm starting to see more and more how does impact of woman's hell it impacts her hormone levels impacts are cycle impacts her since of being wellness in how she feels about herself or sexual health and diet all of that said so you seeing a definite change in woman trying to balance the business of lafley working moms with kids and has been in europe ura you've got to heads that you weigh your pastors wife year in obgyn you fleet still fully involving involved in your profession in its do you find that you have were you do to sort of balance things in your life in what are the advice with some of the advice you give to patients will you're absolutely right i do were fulltime it of work in ministry with my husband as well as a new family that i'm a part of church family in family life with my husband so i make a point to i made a decision that no one could do it for me but so something that i absolutely had to do and so what i try to do is i tried to go help my husband understand that i'm going to need some me time some time for myself and i take those times i take those moments do my walking i take those moments to do my devotional and i take those times to just you know sort out in just get away in that's the only time that i can rejuvenate and feel like i can do my best self and get more to i congregate give more to my husband into the better me that is incredible because what you've just say they is it youth mate you sits really quick lactation you've you explained to husband that you're going to need the time we solve and that's incredibly good to we need to recognize that we need to say to our loved ones that we actually need this time we need this time for self and another thing that you've done besides talking tim about needing this time for yourself you also have it you you didn't give up everything and and just to become a pastas wife you've caped you're proficient going youth dedicating years to this probation so you've managed to balance that and that's obviously a discussion amongst yourselves in you as a woman you stood at fort you believe you should be doing this in the current metoo movement just the women's rights and this is a very important thing you know before i my husband i married i've got some talk therapy and i knew that i would be making a transition would be moving to different state i be marrying a man who head children before we married windsor previous white i would be a pastor's wife out the working.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Welcome to this part cost. I knew Hearst, Dr. Caroline leaf. We are talking today about tip seven through twelve for how to think and each yourself smart from my book thinking each cell smart and also in my online program that goes with us sixty three days to think and each cell smart. So tip number seven is about buying food, so we need by any kind of food item. You gotta make sure to real food. This is vital and insofar as possible and not a food like product to do this. You can shop at at like out side, the supermarket that I recommend, we try and spin we, I know in our family, we've chosen the supermarkets. It will shopping because a lot of them bring in real food. But as far as possible, we do also buy from our local community supported agriculture. We order, we get a weekly weekly produce from day. We go to farmers markets. We go to farm state sows and even grow some of our own. Vegetables and things like that and herbs and sign three important that you get to know the people who produce food in Austin. Christians learn the story behind food. It's fascinating when you get to know the effort that people put in and find out, you know, in that way, you can find that they not using pesticides and they bring again clean and how they using the Inuit comes from and so on. And this is really a great wave preventing food waste and support your local businesses. We really do vote with a full gear, be supporting local businesses. They going to be producing more and behead more money to be able to give us healthy food by local organically, produced foods, they support a community and the ecosystem there would use fossil fuel as well as insuring that you get food as fresh and synthetic and chemical fears possible time a whole foods such as weak grains and whole produce, which they knew procedure kitchen. If you eat out, try and go to establishments of local farm to table and again, produce foods. We know we've met, we make as soon as we. Get to town. We Google and find the restraints of classes to us that basically full those criteria. I always travel with extra foodstuffs in my case, just in case we can't find them. And that's repeal in on for the time period that we find your local restaurants that fulfill these criteria in your area and use those as you take out a foodie am eating out food places by wild foods. These are generally more nutritious and make a meal, both exciting and impressive. I've great. I'm links to way to buy your heart to get fancies as and buyer wild food and sawn in my books and online program. Try to avoid to purchasing too much muscle meat. Go for things like bone broth over meats and other parts of the animal by a diverse range of food. If you try if you turn shop seasonally, you can get things and maybe by in x. amount you can make freeze them and I'll give you tips on how to cook and freeze in my book as well. So we city by Baldwin something is in season tip. Number eight. Respect the environment before he put purchase any food think deeply about how the food was produced. You need to think about those because if things are growing like monoculture, for example, which is one type of crop and it in a large stretches of land. This is actually destroying the land requiring all kinds of chemicals to be added. And those chemicals are really bad for your brain and your body leading two kinds of potential for diseases. And in fact, pretty much will definitely affect you. He's a lot of researching the correlation between monoculture the damage to the land and also to our health because of pesticides and things that they have to use before you purchase any food, think about how that food was produced. And if you if you purchase it, ask us with the use student, God's creations really good question to ask yourself. If we supposed to be looking responsible for looking after the earth and the animals in the earth with insured, be more aware of how the food is produced. Just maybe for a little time, go volunteer, the local farmers market and or farm states to or cease to spend. Time talking about how food is grown with these people and find out how you can understand more deeply and what an impact on that you can have. If you make good food choices on your environment in your stewardship. So think of ways that you can vote anew to folks which by that I mean, whatever you buy is going, people are gonna produce more officer. We stop supporting the takeouts junk food and we support the organic foods that's going to determine what big the big pharma suit. The big, the big agricultural companies and big food corporations will start putting into into these supermarkets. They'll put more Ganic foods, and this is happening all over the place. You'll see great increase in Ganic and local sustainable, real food in in supermarkets took number nine. How do we cook often die? Books are so concerned about what you should eat, that they forget to tell you how to prepare food and this is important. I mean, for example, some vegetables are beta eaten role that latest greens will other based tobacco Obeidi eaten cooked such as carrots, tomatoes. So for fullest of fruits and vegetables. And they preparation. I normally use and itchy on the wild side by Gerard nsen. And do you have that reference in? My books can eat too. So smart and in my online program, couple more points each. You produce with type of fat in order to absorb the fat soluble nutrients. And then also these lot of things to think about when you cooking in terms of nutrient loss in need to think about heat duration of cooking time, the amount of water the not affecting the food direct to indirect sources of heat. All this kind of thing is going to fit how much nutritional value out of your foods you shouldn't just dive in and cook. You should really find out the different ways of cook. And I had this in detail in tech, chapter twenty of my book think and each of smart with lots of references and resources in links, including on my online program sixty three days to think each of small great to cook vegetables in a soup with severe in silicon bags and for meat steaming SUV, Mason, and cooking and soups. Jusin bosses great at such as vinegar lemon juice also just. Also reduce the risk of unwanted cooking side effects because they also fixed to cooking. So when you add Esa such as vinegar lemon juice, you can reduce that in terms of nuts beans, seeds grains, soaking and sprouting maybe a bit option than regular whole grains both in terms of Jason and Newton, content always always avoid artificial editor. Seasoning preserved win cooking. You can. You can get nice. You can go your own fresh herbs or you can get them in the shops, do not wash ameet the conspicuous, these a ton more tops in this book. Chapter twenty thinking each of smart tip number tain hard to beat place on so funny, but really offers pace. Morton last lasts produced the months of I'm too busy to sit down and to cook meals. So people are really like eating on the go eating in the cost, ending up and shutting down and food is not going to be adjacent property like that. If you too busy, don't eat wait until you calm and can sit down and eat a meal properly editorial sitting. Down with lots, not too bright. Isn't that interesting? It allots to bribery it. Move to bright will eat more food so we need to. We need to be careful that also that we not sitting there on our technology where we eating is the way technology is not so easy to ease focus on technology, but let's not do that. 'cause it's not good for your Jason. Your brain in your body discussed that extensively in this book as well thinking too

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Nick doctrinal rachel fat cells actually producing row estrogen does well at abnormal amounts of as he is not a guy that's contributing to its team on the aps said it is absolutely end its contributing to to the hot flashes in its the the the real problems contributing to the weight gain so one of asia's most is that the safe in that's the dangerous that's k danger because that's what does it quote diseases can occur the metabolic syndrome was laced ladies will have increased risk of hypertension diabetes hyper liberty media in fatty liver disease to at increased risk for heart disease and so that's why we see a greater risk of heart disease in this age limit because when we work on changing our diet will work on exercising we laura i risk all of those fact which isn't he ever to the philosopher annual fight tyson laughing what about siddiqui juice need oppose any beck as well hippie jumped i had a situation 54 now in two years ago three for years ago i hit a surgery and a major suit for public organ products which is another thing that you need to have a talk about the show bok because a lot of women awoke components and they don't need to run and it was stage who was really bad and i'll i come from any that doesn't experience nipples since my mother even though she admitted newest assistance heavens and suddenly from one day to the next i hit huq clashes after seventeen times a day at knocked him out wake up up to fifteen sixteen townsend knocked who supporting the swedes and it was bought of egot told me it was formed roosevelt was militias meld one of the things that happens caroline is when you have surgical menopause before you actually have gone to visit logical menopause the natural time so you've actually cut short liberated celery this right in threatened shot straight in it from fertility years to mid off suck it was but within within an hour with the night with the best.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Selves to a woman that to the different season at night they are think could be a problem so we have to make sure that we have the right mindset to see it not as a disease that is a problem but this is the time that we can embrace as we age so our mindset towards managing medicine laws first has to stop eating how we see ourselves how we embrace and it's you know you'd bit rather have menopause to not be light at all ellie adding astronaut turned active leadfree the head of you reject like a trade off because a good attitude towards it really impacts how you respond to it in how walked at minus i'm hearing botha few brilliant doctors saying that online place in massive rolling than than schmitz who he used mind with varying work and we had the combination of and yet icing mind medicine mutual could not mind medicine if necessary and that excise lifestyle all the things that require work which in today's age we know people would draw that just hit the campus i think like very poor attention are especially the american died who in processed foods nam nam sugars any form or shape and sometimes heated sugars like i have patients drinking soda it in thing with zero calories thinking that that they also hitting sugar is light that's lots of sugars in there and that stuff that's bag now stooping noone texassized because you know 100 years ago not everybody had a car and they were doing a lot of looking guard darian gone other you know physical work so now we we we move less we eat more we get addicted by that addictive diet in a force going to have more symptoms because of a natural processes i cannot say it's a disease even though salaam test that the natural process that's really what's happening right to present hang with hormones and other things than we do use it know if the symptoms are very uniform ounce i'm not totally oppposed weighed on your way as i know it's for you you're absolutely right there to arndale would we are noticing now in our practices as kinda colleges were lending more towards getting away from the pharmaceuticals as.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Jet and under does were can help but we need the if you can talk to use it something as well you know when we think about menopause we fake about a woman's menstrual cycle that has ceased for at least twelve months so if a woman in past a certain age has not had a mental cycle for twelve less meant to be in a pause in what happens during that time is the levels of estrogen in her body is minimal and so now we do it when that happens symptoms at occur during that time interestingly enough you can have symptoms that mimic menopause during the pearman apostle years not quite reached menopause you still may have a cycle of two during the year yet so that's what we call pure menopause insults some of those symptoms can start to began in gaza the year going as long as year until you stop having periods officially for full year the symptoms that i am describing recall vasile motor symptoms which means that hot flashes most women though private summers where you are sitting in all of a sudden there's a power station race in a heartbeat hot flashes in you know brain fog and all that stuff at halfmast week nights sweat skin happened during that time and so it's a time a season and a woman's life wears she's physically change she's not able to become pregnant on her own who tilling two years of over so psychologically emotionally takes a different it's it takes this toll one woman defer fronting nina pool was insulting bitch is normal flow in its unless like woman shields edna with most likely been conditioned society today's set off this grading this terrible thing me montigny critical tolerable men's life agassi it's a good thing so the definitely need help in terms of how to manage this well in this i get so much that i off off act title people main city as you know with the statin diet and exercise and just seeing a positive attitude because if you optimistic about how you functioning eager to infants reportedly health and safety helped.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"In the studio with me today i have the renowned the two linian two incredible doctors to incredible frame thank you so much for being here and we're gonna talk about menopause end thursday with this quickly tell us who you are the two official what hack deal i'm aaron all stand german endocrinologist and i had a previous internal medicine training and i do see mostly outpatient um endocrine issues like menopause by raid cereal ecos it i enjoy working with yoga yonja i'm lilley lockett roberson i am the boardcertified obstetrician and gynecologist was in private practice for about twenty two years in and now i work as a in employed obstetrician at saint joseph's medical center in tacoma washington view and uh so my experience has been working for women with women from wound to to patrick other thing you save his such a good fit in such an inspiration by sippy a way that you really see you to the biggest thing that i think is amazing a bucked the fossil denied this effect that you really connect with who patients and you see the importance of this in mind involvement being the huge compunded did not just a little component being the app to seventy five to ninety percent of the tuning so we thank god forbid a semi thank god for doctors in this signs that you bring that the summit should the component to two today i want you to all of us the stuff itunes nina post it's toolbox i get seventy chretien's albena opposing i can tell you from my perspective.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Force because you no longer have a pain generator so batteries were me good that's fit that's been done it to the pay the thing is been a move citizens mason knocked off mind in medicine but it's not trained in medicine sufficiently is it to a week you gain de skills early from to use mind gums obviously with with the your your your books the immense one of the ways that we met her that's what it you know in terms of switching off route four years ago tension gus exactly and i was so impressed with the one of the lectures at you had in your ministry and i said i'm telling you are spot on and i just illustrated that as a nurse surgeon your science was solid your neuroscience was solid your new will physiology was solid him i just wanted to make that comment and just to kind of uh you know just to let you know how impressed i was on that list when you're speaking you're not making this up this is everything you've done is based on solid research in solid neuroscience and so i just wanted to recognize up ally on sizing the book could you being that's us that makes me gives me the encouragement to carry on and to keep on the you you you get your hands in the brain every day in in the spine to eat nine this stuff it's just a good for the list is too he added science and scientists are recognising deported month the monthly connection how much power we have a variety of naas the book you referring to switch book has really been something that consistently but project of my heart on his he something that mr trump help to recognize and understand bring conflict signs down to the level of we we can take this into our nauseam plus sir it's i love it too i even the added some vet brushed nickel to thank you for adding much to my knowledge is you've talked through the full for living and i need with so much what it took but avery these that the tv i want to talk about tv we get so many questions about twenty brain injury and quite lapatin ct post concussions sitra emphasize promoted in sports the region has to do another we gonna have to do another podcast.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Khan something we think in the right way we'll have good outcomes and we won't have the fighter flight syndrome which is basically when i get your scared that you have this huge swarm of increase cortisol on all these other chemicals that can be good for short periods if not foot not long periods and can cause major problems including things like autoimmune disorders cancer and so forth there have been many studies naturally studied by the in each by dr bauer who also looked at this and saw that there was increased a killer tcells tcells natural killer cells which are part of the immune system and so increase cells are good when they're good thoughts and they're bad in the back of obstructive when you have adt thought six b now that's a nice optimism is the quonsett to platinum sales teach on him he's inc of and optimism luckiest new creating a loving environment in such a bloody by the way the to mind is wicked un speak a little bit of a exa that it's something you aidid was sure very fascinated end so it basically unites the think about in first john talks about love and what his love the show and how you have to have god has to be inadequate asian in so when you have human that equation you know who you are and how much he loves you than that affect on your body physiologically is paramount in that's how we can get rid of the cancers autoimmune disorders and all the other issues which is incapable because the date lease the all kinds you be showing exnazi seemed to kansas coming from the mind nestle the sahara mind is driving to the sequence the opposite of the face in both while the all buddy we continue out of love and our and let us the took predictions such eksi quite fascinating to see such a strong its relation between these the use of new research a bank do you see it will patients sucking you meet in a initial kaneko m but play mentioning time that you look at them before surging honestthinking person do you see a mind.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Alcott as he patients so iso in than there's another study looking at the optimism and so with the in the nih couple of and i urge that he's actually looking at optimism in the results of having a a good attitude and in so in those studies we've they found that a for people who are going through major stressors in life that if they had a good attitude the would recovery was veteran oftentimes even cancer patients patients who had fertility issues cardiovascular issues hearkens shoes the patients who were more optimistic did much better in outcome than the ones who were at lots powerfully hit two states that for this as a need additional needs peak these nature lifethreatening diseases to noonan at the citrus on fertility telling the guy has a children in the jeffey that this isn't mine driven this is if you shift to mindset from at and negative took positive this is not just positive thinking is not just good at the nation's this is real transformational change in your mind that competing influences in euro physiological body ps you for either sergio for healing such shows afer the role that we play in our own physical heathen and maintenance of health we will construct through sugars limerick system it'll be a mic doors involved a map pair of cortex in other parts that are really important sacrifice excited covering fat inside that mine and so when we are motions from the vote coming from frontal lobe and then obviously your mind to separate them brain but our mind makes the decision about the situation had that affects our frontal lobe matt affects our fell mus in parts of the brain in the foulness will dictate what happens in accra logically as well as in terms were automatic system sore pierce that ex so long story short is is that when we think.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Date crew neurosurgery lakes and the new research than the and then the metal caused wisconsin in milwaukee for my conflicts fine kosher which is where i learned a lot about spine pathology in kind of biomechanics in science spine moves who so really neat so that i took that to a practice in virginia in an ultimately my current practice in in michigan and i was employ for a year and then i bought the practice in two thousand three inside employed in might private practice and i have a staff of eleven people i have a three physician assistance and i have to medical assistance in a billing staff and so it's a it's it's a very busy place twenty acting scenes at a critical rapport going on within that's country that you take up a little patience elections laws expert grid for their patience and so with my patient so i since i do of you a lot of spine surgery and then also brain surgery on i pray for my patients as a christian at home and a one day some years ago more than buck 10 years ago god said if if you don't i acknowledge he before man i wanna know what you before the flour and that was very sobering yelling such hartmann said okay well i'm going to pray with my patients in so i am asif patients if i could pre with them in ninety nine percent of the time they said yes emma hire a fainted flat yes i seen you do that presurgery got on is the change in these faces to know the care that loving it it's amazing makes a difference.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"To literally shaped your life you can do this i've seen this with my research and i'm cody studing research i've seen this with patients we have hundreds of thousands of people around the world we have changed the lives with the minds it's with your mind that you really do change your brain andrew life so how do you using faced in yourself creating a laugh saw that promotes healthy brain healthy body healthy feelings how do you go beyond just being a way of calming down and acknowledging of feelings and thoughts importantly sensations in the present moment which is what mindfulness teaches how do you go beyond that to making sustainable longlasting meaningful changes in your life how how are you going to really make those changes that if if faked may have a positive effect in new school your worked your life everything about you that it's that is meaningful meaningful very important sustainable very important so it's easy to say you want to take care of yourself that how do you take care of your mind at an if you've ever thought about this how do you take care of the mind which actually takes care of everything else so if you not taken care of your mind everything else is going to go crazy so you might be on that dot excise regime but if your mind was not under control you're not taking care of your mind is not going to work for you you might have a fantastic relationship goals but if you're minded not taken care of your mind those in aachen of pan out like you hoping so the answer is not simple the ons is not something that dot fed or some magic number with some instagram account with a million follows we all have got significant resources at our fingertips weird our minds are incredibly powerful the ons onces lie in how we use our mind that's where the power is we can use our thoughts to improve our overall intellect this is phenomenal our cognitive performance on mental and physical wellbeing geese you can do this with your mind harnessing these natural resources remind snitch resource we'll give you power over the present deep and context too.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Constantly improve so basically what my research has been showing is that as we use our mind in at the liberty and intentional way we can divert a very useful meaningful memories and live lives that are fooled with meaning and success which is what we supposed to be doing so this series of pod causes going to work through a whole lot of different topics related to this we're going to cover things from anxiety to depression to just how to deal with the political situation how to deal with the what does indeed these so many topics that we can cover which we will be covering i'll be brings experts in a head a team of a panel of incredibly brilliant doctors that are very very good friends of mine different kinds of specialists that will be coming on the show with me talking about the areas of expertise will cover topics of the day i also want to answer questions so seemed in your questions if you if the particular areas that you would like me to dive into and give a mind brain perspective on the peace industry emails sinister christians fight email social media would it we this is a platform for me to share with you this is a pack former community pat for me we can learn from each other we are was to my expertise with you and your guide me with your questions so just take a little bit deepen give you a little bit more of an overview of and a little bit more of an indepth overview of what you'll be covering these podcast i've written many books and i'm going to cover load of the content in these books about thinking each self smart switch on your brain the perfectly you think we succeed lots of different books in these different books and be good at cover these so many interesting topics.

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"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"leaf" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Hi i'm dr caroline beef and i am so excited to tell you back my new podcast series this is going to be an amazing series helping you understand the mind brain connection let me tell you why i'm so passionate about the mind bring connection i'm a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist by profession which means that i work with people people's minds and brains saleh could people who have issues was communication for maybe some kind of brain tumor or dementia learning disability autism we motion issue all kinds of issues that cause problems in communications in the extract that back to what's going on in the mind and the brain and trying to help people fix it so for 25 years i've practiced to nicky helping people to understand the mind for in connection to deliberately learning how to use their mind to change the brain so in the 80s i was doing research on your test a city which has the ability of the mind to change the brain and i was one of very few scientists at that stage that were working in this area because we were we still believe well it the science at that stage still we believe be that the mind could not change the brain that the brain could not change and under any by them but 90s that it was accepted that there was a definite mondrian connection with a mind change the brain and so on two as that's developed as research develops in time has gone on we balloons vote of new different things about this and this has been my field for all these years and the results that i saw in my practice and just in general with people has been absolutely profound with myself with modern family just when you deliberately and intentionally learn how to use remind you can change your brain and i'm so passionate about this that i have done research on this and of showing that when you use your mind you have a correctly to change your brain this can improve you'll you'll functioning on a cognitive academic behavioral emotional social label by seventy five percent and and higher which is quite phenomenal you really are able to change the way that you function on so many different levels i also showed my research that you intelligence is not something it's fix the something it can.

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