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"lenore delgado" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"lenore delgado" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The Palo Alto humane society is launching its therapy. Pause program. KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports from Palo Alto that the special dogs have visited colleges senior centers and several tech companies to try and help people distress. The therapy ponds program is the brainchild of Arlene. Eski VS, what began as a final project in college has been brought to the Palo Alto humane society six dogs, and their owners, including ski has poodle many, visit schools senior homes, and tech companies many actually trained to be therapy dog could most of these dogs are trained by their own owners. They just have to have that personality. That's great eater that they're friendly. And then. Of course, needs to be owners education manager for the Palo Alto. Humane society Lenore Delgado says the team recently paid a visit to hiring service. Eightfold a I actually sat with them when they were working. I mean there were so pressure for what the actor they had work in the dogs were sitting there. And they were petting the dog at the same time, and I think it was really good distress research has shown interaction with animals can decrease levels of cortisol and lower blood pressure in Palo Alto, Margie, Schaefer, KCBI kind of seems like magic you use your credit card of one of those square payment terminals, and almost before you're done, drink, and the coffee, the receipts arrived in the Email, except sometimes somebody else gets the Email, the Wall Street Journal reports today that scene numerous cases where square receipts wound up in the wrong persons in everything from that Cup of coffee. Two in one case visit to the obsta Trish in exactly how this happens seems a bit unclear squared. Did tell the Wall Street Journal that in one case it reviewed the misdirected Email. Address had been used to get a receipt during an earlier square transaction at a different vendor. Those emailed receipts may seem like a plus for consumers..

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"lenore delgado" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"lenore delgado" Discussed on KCBS All News

"A visit as part of the team their first ever visit Stanford called and said, hey, we would like to see seventy therapy dogs for hackers event that we're going to have which is like a three day hack on where they don't sleep at all since then, the team, which also includes a pug, black lab. Cava doodo, Laver, doodling greyhound, visit senior homes, and tech companies and the people, they visit they get happier says education manager for the Palo Alto humane society Lenore Delgado. They are always looking for volunteers, but not everyone makes the cut. So we're ruined careful about who who we choose. And we're also kind of interviewing. They're person is well, it's been shown that interacting with animals helps people feel less lonely and alleviates stress in Palo Alto. Margie schaefer. KCBS talk about the attempt by SpaceX to throw a lot of satellites into low earth, orbit and create a new way to deliver high speed internet access SpaceX launched the first sixty of those, and Susan we talked about this days ago. There were moments where people saw the satellites, come out sort of looked like a train moving across the sky little lined up kind of cool to see a less. You are an astronomer, and now the international astronomical union has put out a statement calling for somebody to step in and regulate this kind of satellite development, specifically, looking at space links or rather SpaceX, his Starlink because they plan to put about twelve thousand of these satellites in lower orbit eventually, and they're not the only ones with this kind of planning going on the international astronomy, astronaut Michael union, which represents astronomers. That people looking at the sky the, the raising concerns number one is the actual light impact. Could look like slow moving dots in the night sky that could mess with optical data gathered by telescopes back on the ground. They're also really worried that radio signals from these satellites could create all kinds of interference at the radio. Wade links. That radio astronomers use to look for objects in the distance sky, including.

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"lenore delgado" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"lenore delgado" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of the proposal, say conservatives ship is necessary to help addicts, who are a danger to themselves the program would help an estimated fifty people critics call conservatives ship violation of civil rights that would run against the principles of a liberal city supervisors are expected to consider the idea at their weekly meeting later today. Marine mammal experts are concerned about a humpback whale that was seen circling off Alameda. KCBS Carrie Hodousek tells us more. The humpback whale has been swimming in Alameda. See plane lagoon for about a week Ryan burger with the marine mammal center says it's an adult female between forty to fifty feet long, but it appears to look weak and underway. We are not recognizing that it is a bit thin. Researchers have been monitoring the whale in hopes of it, finding its way back out to sea know history of this well beyond the seven days a week or so that it could be a full adult that, you know, has reached into its life or has some other illness or he's compromised in some way. And he says they've seen quite a bit of behavioral differences from this. Well, that one thing that we're paying attention to it. Actively breaching is feeding its us laughing. It's coming out of the water. It's a very large unwanted showing a lot of activity at the surface. He warns the public to stay away from this. Well, because of how active it is this latest. Well, citing is not related to the amount of gray whale deaths. The bay area has seen this year Carrie Hodousek KCBI from Wales two dogs. The Palo Alto humane society is launching its therapy. Pause program KCBS marquee Schaefer reports the dogs visit colleges senior centers tech companies and help people distress. The therapy ponds program is the brainchild of Arlene. Eski VS, what began as a final project in college has been brought to the Palo Alto humane society six dogs, and their owners, including ski VS poodle, mini visit schools senior homes, and tech companies many actually trained to be therapy dog that most of these dogs are trained by their owners, and they just have to have like that. Personality. That's great that they're friendly. And then, you know, course needs to be Gideon Twitter owners education manager for the Palo Alto. Humane society Lenore Delgado says the team recently paid a visit to hiring service. Eightfold a I actually sat with them when they were working. I mean there were so pressure for whatever after they had work from the dogs were sitting there and they were getting the dog at the same time and I think it was really good. Distressed research has shown interaction with animals can decrease levels of cortisol and lower blood pressure in Palo Alto Margie, Schaefer, KCBS. Do you take ten thousand steps a day? KCBS has Rebecca corral talked to a Harvard scientist who says that for those who use an app to counter daily steps the number may have more to do with marketing than with medical science, ten thousand steps, it's about five miles a day, and the amount we need walk, if we want to lower our mortality rate, or is it origin of this number was really not? Number. It was actually a marketing ploy which Harvard professor of medicine doctor. I'm in lease as was developed by Japanese pedometer company, because the character for ten thousand look, sort of like a man walking that number stock, and decades later, it's the number we want our trackers, or smartphone apps to show at the end of the day. A Dr Lee's study of the steps and mortality rates of sixteen thousand elderly women's shows the benefits taper off after seventy five hundred steps. This group of women old activity really did not need can houses steps. Founder encouragingly that modest increase in the number of steps you lower your. She says women who increase their physical activity buys littlest two thousand steps day less than a mile of walking showed improvements in health outcomes. Dr Lee says this information could result in more saved lives because there are millions of people overwhelmed by the thought of ten thousand steps a day rule. Rebecca chorale KCBS last FM trans a new documentary. Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Led Zeppelin is of the work by the looks of things surviving band members have not only given their blessing to the film, but they.

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"lenore delgado" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"lenore delgado" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This morning. Deborah ingersoll. Marine mammal experts are concerned about a humpback whale that was seen circling off Alameda. Here's KCBS Kerry who to sack. With more information, the humpback whale has been swimming in Alameda. See plane lagoon for about a week Ryan burger with the marine mammal center says it's an adult female between forty to fifty feet long, but it appears to look weak and underweight. We are noticing recognizing that it is a bit within researchers have been monitoring the whale in hopes of it, finding its way back out to sea, don't know history of this well, beyond the seven days a week or so that it's been in the base, it could be a full adult that has reached its wife or has some other illnesses, or he's compromised in some way. And he says they've seen quite a bit of behavioral differences from this. Well, that's one thing that we're paying attention to actively reaching is feeding its text us laughing. Its tail flukes are coming out of the water. It's a very large entirely unwanted showing a lot of activity at the surface. He warns the public to stay away from this. Well, because of how active it is this. Latest. Well setting is not related to the amount of gray whale deaths. The bay area has seen this year Carrie Hodousek KCBI pillow Alto humane society launches its therapy. Pause program. KCBS is marquee Schaefer reports the dogs visit colleges senior homes and tech companies the therapy ponds program is the brainchild of Arlene. Eski VS began as a final project in college has been brought to the Palo Alto humane society six dogs, and their owners, including skiers, poodle mini visit schools senior homes, and tech companies many actually trained to be therapy dog could most of these dogs are trained by their own owners. They just have to have that personality. That's great. You know that they're friendly. And then, you know, course needs to be obedient. Twitter owners education manager for the Palo Alto. Humane society Lenore Delgado says the team recently paid a visit to hiring service. Eightfold AI dogs actually sat with them when they were working. I mean there were so pressure. And for whatever actor they had work from the dogs were sitting there and they were petting the dog at the same time and I think it was really good. Distressed research has shown interaction with animals can decrease levels of cortisol and lower blood pressure in Palo Alto. Margie schaefer. KCBS. Starting June fourth. Mercury is one of.

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