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From stocks to crypto, a punishing six months for investors
"I Mike Gracia reporting it's been a punishing 6 months for investors Thursday's closing bell on Wall Street brought the curtain down on trading for the first half of 2022 with markets in the red across the board The S&P 500 the benchmark for many stock funds is down 21.1% from its January 3rd all time high and off to its worst start to a year since 1970 The Dow Jones Industrial Average at NASDAQ composite are also in the red for the year Bonds normally considered reliable investments are also down and on pace to one of their worst performances in history Cryptocurrencies have also cratered Bitcoin which was at almost $69,000
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US consumers still confident in April, but slightly less so
"U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. consumers consumers consumers consumers are are are are still still still still confident confident confident confident in in in in April April April April but but but but slightly slightly slightly slightly less less less less so so so so the the the the conference conference conference conference board board board board says says says says its its its its consumer consumer consumer consumer confidence confidence confidence confidence index index index index which which which which takes takes takes takes into into into into account account account account consumers consumers consumers consumers assessment assessment assessment assessment of of of of current current current current conditions conditions conditions conditions and and and and their their their their outlook outlook outlook outlook for for for for the the the the future future future future edged edged edged edged down down down down to to to to one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and seven seven seven seven point point point point three three three three in in in in April April April April from from from from one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and seven seven seven seven point point point point six six six six in in in in March March March March the the the the business business business business research research research research groups groups groups groups present present present present situation situation situation situation index index index index which which which which measures measures measures measures consumers consumers consumers consumers assessment assessment assessment assessment of of of of current current current current business business business business and and and and labor labor labor labor conditions conditions conditions conditions also also also also dipped dipped dipped dipped modestly modestly modestly modestly this this this this month month month month to to to to one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and fifty fifty fifty fifty two two two two point point point point six six six six from from from from one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and fifty fifty fifty fifty three three three three point point point point eight eight eight eight in in in in March March March March the the the the expectations expectations expectations expectations index index index index based based based based on on on on consumer consumer consumer consumer six six six six month month month month outlook outlook outlook outlook for for for for income income income income business business business business and and and and labor labor labor labor market market market market conditions conditions conditions conditions picked picked picked picked up up up up in in in in April April April April concerns concerns concerns concerns about about about about inflation inflation inflation inflation retreated retreated retreated retreated from from from from an an an an all all all all time time time time high high high high in in in in March March March March but but but but remained remained remained remained elevated elevated elevated elevated I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
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Pfizer to seek COVID booster for healthy 5- to 11-year-olds
"Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer says says says says it it it it plans plans plans plans to to to to seek seek seek seek approval approval approval approval to to to to provide provide provide provide Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe booster booster booster booster shots shots shots shots to to to to younger younger younger younger children children children children the the the the pharmaceutical pharmaceutical pharmaceutical pharmaceutical giant giant giant giant Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer says says says says it it it it wants wants wants wants to to to to expand expand expand expand cobit cobit cobit cobit boosters boosters boosters boosters to to to to children children children children ages ages ages ages five five five five to to to to eleven eleven eleven eleven using using using using the the the the lower lower lower lower dose dose dose dose formula formula formula formula designed designed designed designed for for for for kids kids kids kids it it it it says says says says its its its its latest latest latest latest survey survey survey survey shows shows shows shows one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred forty forty forty forty youngsters youngsters youngsters youngsters had had had had already already already already gotten gotten gotten gotten two two two two shots shots shots shots were were were were given given given given a a a a booster booster booster booster six six six six months months months months later later later later and and and and that that that that extra extra extra extra vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine generally generally generally generally revved revved revved revved up up up up their their their their immune immune immune immune response response response response more more more more than than than than two two two two dozen dozen dozen dozen of of of of those those those those research research research research participants participants participants participants showed showed showed showed a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty six six six six fold fold fold fold increase increase increase increase in in in in virus virus virus virus fighting fighting fighting fighting antibodies antibodies antibodies antibodies making making making making the the the the more more more more able able able able to to to to fight fight fight fight off off off off the the the the contagious contagious contagious contagious Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron variant variant variant variant the the the the research research research research has has has has not not not not yet yet yet yet been been been been peer peer peer peer reviewed reviewed reviewed reviewed boosters boosters boosters boosters are are are are recommended recommended recommended recommended for for for for everyone everyone everyone everyone twelve twelve twelve twelve and and and and over over over over but but but but only only only only for for for for younger younger younger younger children children children children with with with with weakened weakened weakened weakened immune immune immune immune systems systems systems systems now now now now Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer will will will will seek seek seek seek that that that that extra extra extra extra boost boost boost boost for for for for healthy healthy healthy healthy children children children children five five five five to to to to eleven eleven eleven eleven I'm I'm I'm I'm Jacki Jacki Jacki Jacki Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
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Average US gas price drops 10 cents to $4.27 per gallon
"The the the the average average average average price price price price of of of of a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon of of of of regular regular regular regular gas gas gas gas dropped dropped dropped dropped ten ten ten ten cents cents cents cents over over over over the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks to to to to board board board board dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven cents cents cents cents oil oil oil oil industry industry industry industry analyst analyst analyst analyst trilby trilby trilby trilby Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says LA LA LA LA saw saw saw saw the the the the highest highest highest highest prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump five five five five dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and eighty eighty eighty eighty five five five five cents cents cents cents well well well well Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma saw saw saw saw the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest three three three three dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and fifty fifty fifty fifty two two two two cents cents cents cents per per per per gallon gallon gallon gallon Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says those those those those higher higher higher higher prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump reduce reduce reduce reduce demand demand demand demand during during during during the the the the second second second second half half half half of of of of March March March March if if if if prices prices prices prices are are are are high high high high enough enough enough enough so so so so that that that that all all all all right right right right yeah yeah yeah yeah we we we we demand demand demand demand continues continues continues continues to to to to be be be be weaker weaker weaker weaker than than than than normal normal normal normal for for for for this this this this time time time time of of of of year year year year then then then then we we we we may may may may have have have have more more more more than than than than a a a a few few few few more more more more sense sense sense sense coming coming coming coming we we we we may may may may have have have have sustained sustained sustained sustained it it it it gasoline gasoline gasoline gasoline price price price price cuts cuts cuts cuts last last last last month month month month in in in in a a a a bid bid bid bid to to to to bring bring bring bring relief relief relief relief to to to to drivers drivers drivers drivers president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden ordered ordered ordered ordered the the the the release release release release of of of of one one one one million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of oil oil oil oil per per per per day day day day from from from from the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's strategic strategic strategic strategic petroleum petroleum petroleum petroleum reserve reserve reserve reserve for for for for six six six six months months months months then then then then last last last last week week week week the the the the I. I. I. I. eighty eighty eighty eighty said said said said member member member member countries countries countries countries were were were were releasing releasing releasing releasing sixty sixty sixty sixty million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of oil oil oil oil from from from from their their their their reserves reserves reserves reserves I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
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Nations to release millions of barrels of oil amid war
"Nations nations nations nations from from from from around around around around the the the the world world world world have have have have agreed agreed agreed agreed to to to to release release release release oil oil oil oil from from from from there there there there a a a a merchant merchant merchant merchant see see see see reserves reserves reserves reserves to to to to take take take take aim aim aim aim at at at at rising rising rising rising energy energy energy energy prices prices prices prices the the the the international international international international energy energy energy energy agency agency agency agency says says says says it's it's it's it's thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one member member member member nations nations nations nations have have have have agreed agreed agreed agreed to to to to release release release release a a a a total total total total of of of of one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels over over over over six six six six months months months months that's that's that's that's the the the the largest largest largest largest release release release release in in in in the the the the history history history history of of of of the the the the group group group group half half half half will will will will come come come come from from from from the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. as as as as part part part part of of of of the the the the larger larger larger larger release release release release from from from from its its its its strategic strategic strategic strategic petroleum petroleum petroleum petroleum reserve reserve reserve reserve that that that that president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden announced announced announced announced last last last last week week week week the the the the latest latest latest latest releases releases releases releases from from from from I. I. I. I. EA EA EA EA members members members members or or or or in in in in addition addition addition addition to to to to the the the the nearly nearly nearly nearly sixty sixty sixty sixty three three three three million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels they they they they said said said said they they they they would would would would release release release release last last last last month month month month to to to to ease ease ease ease shortages shortages shortages shortages energy energy energy energy prices prices prices prices which which which which have have have have soared soared soared soared since since since since Russia Russia Russia Russia invaded invaded invaded invaded Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine have have have have fueled fueled fueled fueled inflation inflation inflation inflation worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide I'm I'm I'm I'm Mike Mike Mike Mike Kempen Kempen Kempen Kempen
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Biden tapping oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices
"President president Biden Biden is is taking taking a a step step he he says says could could provide provide Americans Americans nearly nearly immediate immediate relief relief from from high high gas gas prices prices I I know know guided guided gas gas prices prices are are painful painful I I get get it it as as prices prices at at the the pump pump have have soared soared to to the the president's president's approval approval rating rating has has fallen fallen sharply sharply he's he's blaming blaming the the rise rise on on Russia's Russia's Ukraine Ukraine invasion invasion but but says says American American budget budget should should not not be be left left to to the the whims whims of of a a dictator dictator so so he's he's announcing announcing the the release release of of a a million million barrels barrels of of oil oil a a day day for for six six months months from from the the nation's nation's strategic strategic petroleum petroleum reserve reserve which which he he says says will will make make a a gallon gallon of of gas gas cheaper cheaper could could come come down down fairly fairly significantly significantly could could come come down down the the better better part part of of you you know know anything anything from from ten ten cents cents to to thirty thirty five five cents cents a a gallon gallon this this unknown unknown the the president's president's also also calling calling for for Congress Congress to to punish punish oil oil and and gas gas companies companies that that lease lease public public lands lands without without actually actually producing producing any any energy energy Sager Sager mag mag Connie Connie at at the the White White House House
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Biden taps oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices
"President president Biden Biden is is taking taking what what the the White White House House calls calls a a historic historic step step to to help help control control spiking spiking gas gas prices prices as as a a result result of of sanctions sanctions on on Russia Russia for for the the Ukraine Ukraine invasion invasion the the White White House House says says the the president's president's ordering ordering the the release release of of a a million million barrels barrels of of oil oil a a day day from from the the nation's nation's strategic strategic petroleum petroleum reserve reserve port port six six months months by by far far the the biggest biggest ever ever release release that that could could lead lead to to lower lower oil oil prices prices though though there there was was no no meaningful meaningful shipped shipped after after the the president president ordered ordered earlier earlier releases releases top top Senate Senate Republican Republican Mitch Mitch McConnell McConnell says says this this is is another another half half measure measure president president Biden Biden is is going going to to try try to to slap slap another another mandate mandate on on gas gas prices prices McConnell McConnell says says the the focus focus needs needs to to be be on on boosting boosting domestic domestic production production the the White White House House says says the the president president will will pressure pressure Congress Congress to to penalize penalize a a wheel wheel and and gas gas companies companies that that lease lease public public lands lands without without actually actually producing producing energy energy Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington
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US consumers still confident, but outlook not as rosy
"Consumer confidence remains high in the US but the outlook for the short term future is more cautious the conference board released its consumer confidence index for March which rose to one oh seven point two compared to one oh five point seven in February its measure of business and labor conditions also rose but the expectations index dropped more than four points compared to last month based on the consumer's six month outlook for income business and labor market conditions respondents cite higher prices especially fuel and the war in Ukraine there's also a drop in the rate of people who are planning to purchase homes automobiles and major appliances in the next six months as interest rates go higher I thank Jackie Quinn
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FDA skeptical of benefits from experimental ALS drug
"The food and drug administration has issued a negative review of a closely watched experimental drug for the illness known as Lou Gehrig's disease the FDA review comes ahead of a meeting this week for outside experts to vote on the drug for ALS the medication has been the focal point of a lobbying campaign by patients their families and lawmakers FDA reviewers have said that the single study from analytics pharmaceuticals was quote not persuasive due to missing data errors in enrolling patients and other problems they also said that regulators were not convinced by data that the company said show the drug helped patients live six months longer I'm surely ocular
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Small museum known for ground zero tours could shut in weeks
"New York's nine eleven tribute museum is poised to close within weeks the nine eleven tribute museum dates back to two thousand four at the site of a former Delhi steps away from ground zero nine eleven tribute museum is about the survivor community it's about those people that came down here as heroes to help support the rebuilding of lower Manhattan and are now sick with the toxins that they experience down here five million visitors have been through the museum but co founder and CEO Jennifer Adams Webb says the corona virus has hurt business unfortunately in March of twenty twenty we had to close our doors for six months and that really was difficult on top of the move and then we were able to re open in September of twenty twenty the outlook for the tribute museum is not good but we are still hoping that a champion could step forward Adams web sees a window of opportunity it is in the millions but it's not insurmountable the nine eleven tribute museum relies heavily on admission and tour fees I bet Donahue
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Pfizer asks FDA to allow COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 5
"Visor visor visor visor is is is is asking asking asking asking the the the the FDA FDA FDA FDA to to to to allow allow allow allow emergency emergency emergency emergency use use use use authorization authorization authorization authorization for for for for it it it it too too too too does does does does Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine for for for for children children children children under under under under five five five five at at at at the the the the urging urging urging urging of of of of U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. regulators regulators regulators regulators visor visor visor visor is is is is requesting requesting requesting requesting authorization authorization authorization authorization for for for for a a a a vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine against against against against the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus for for for for youngsters youngsters youngsters youngsters from from from from ages ages ages ages six six six six months months months months to to to to five five five five years years years years old old old old the the the the move move move move could could could could open open open open the the the the way way way way for for for for nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen million million million million young young young young children children children children the the the the only only only only group group group group not not not not yet yet yet yet eligible eligible eligible eligible for for for for vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines to to to to get get get get their their their their first first first first shots shots shots shots as as as as soon soon soon soon as as as as early early early early March March March March the the the the FDA FDA FDA FDA says says says says it it it it will will will will convene convene convene convene a a a a panel panel panel panel of of of of independent independent independent independent researchers researchers researchers researchers and and and and doctors doctors doctors doctors to to to to help help help help review review review review the the the the data data data data the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC would would would would also also also also have have have have to to to to sign sign sign sign off off off off many many many many parents parents parents parents have have have have been been been been pushing pushing pushing pushing for for for for the the the the expansion expansion expansion expansion early early early early Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer data data data data has has has has shown shown shown shown that that that that the the the the vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine with with with with just just just just one one one one tenth tenth tenth tenth of of of of the the the the dose dose dose dose given given given given to to to to adults adults adults adults is is is is safe safe safe safe and and and and does does does does produce produce produce produce an an an an immune immune immune immune response response response response the the the the research research research research found found found found it it it it was was was was less less less less effective effective effective effective for for for for ages ages ages ages two two two two to to to to five five five five so so so so visor visor visor visor added added added added a a a a third third third third dose dose dose dose to to to to the the the the testing testing testing testing in in in in hopes hopes hopes hopes of of of of improving improving improving improving protection protection protection protection an an an an insider insider insider insider says says says says the the the the food food food food and and and and drug drug drug drug administration's administration's administration's administration's been been been been pushing pushing pushing pushing visor visor visor visor to to to to file file file file its its its its application application application application for for for for the the the the two two two two dose dose dose dose regimen regimen regimen regimen to to to to enable enable enable enable shots shots shots shots to to to to start start start start sooner sooner sooner sooner and and and and then then then then come come come come back back back back once once once once it it it it has has has has the the the the full full full full data data data data regarding regarding regarding regarding a a a a third third third third dose dose dose dose I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
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AP source: US urges Pfizer to apply for under-5 COVID shots
"Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to soon soon soon soon apply apply apply apply for for for for emergency emergency emergency emergency authorization authorization authorization authorization to to to to provide provide provide provide it it it it to to to to does does does does Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine for for for for very very very very young young young young children children children children U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. regulators regulators regulators regulators have have have have been been been been urging urging urging urging Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer to to to to apply apply apply apply for for for for authorization authorization authorization authorization to to to to vaccinate vaccinate vaccinate vaccinate youngsters youngsters youngsters youngsters from from from from six six six six months months months months to to to to five five five five years years years years old old old old according according according according to to to to a a a a person person person person with with with with inside inside inside inside information information information information with with with with the the the the blighted blighted blighted blighted administration administration administration administration hoping hoping hoping hoping to to to to be be be be able able able able to to to to clear clear clear clear the the the the shots shots shots shots by by by by the the the the end end end end of of of of this this this this month month month month early early early early Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer data data data data shown shown shown shown the the the the diluted diluted diluted diluted version version version version of of of of the the the the adult adult adult adult vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine is is is is safe safe safe safe and and and and does does does does produce produce produce produce an an an an immune immune immune immune response response response response but but but but last last last last year year year year Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer said said said said it it it it was was was was less less less less effective effective effective effective for for for for kids kids kids kids ages ages ages ages two two two two to to to to five five five five and and and and it it it it studying studying studying studying the the the the need need need need for for for for a a a a third third third third shot shot shot shot the the the the insider insider insider insider says says says says the the the the food food food food and and and and drug drug drug drug administration's administration's administration's administration's been been been been pushing pushing pushing pushing Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer to to to to file file file file its its its its application application application application for for for for the the the the two two two two dose dose dose dose regimen regimen regimen regimen to to to to enable enable enable enable shops shops shops shops to to to to start start start start by by by by the the the the end end end end of of of of the the the the month month month month and and and and then then then then come come come come back back back back once once once once it it it it has has has has the the the the full full full full data data data data regarding regarding regarding regarding a a a a third third third third dose dose dose dose hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
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Thailand adopts guidelines for declaring COVID-19 endemic
"Thailand's Thailand's Thailand's Thailand's ministry ministry ministry ministry of of of of public public public public health health health health has has has has approved approved approved approved new new new new guidelines guidelines guidelines guidelines outlining outlining outlining outlining the the the the parameters parameters parameters parameters for for for for declaring declaring declaring declaring the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic and and and and endemic endemic endemic endemic disease disease disease disease the the the the ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says figures figures figures figures show show show show the the the the country country country country has has has has already already already already met met met met the the the the three three three three necessary necessary necessary necessary criteria criteria criteria criteria for for for for endemic endemic endemic endemic status status status status there there there there are are are are fewer fewer fewer fewer than than than than ten ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand thousand new new new new cases cases cases cases a a a a day day day day after after after after the the the the fatality fatality fatality fatality rate rate rate rate is is is is no no no no higher higher higher higher the the the the point point point point one one one one percent percent percent percent of of of of those those those those who who who who admitted admitted admitted admitted to to to to the the the the hospital hospital hospital hospital with with with with an an an an infection infection infection infection of of of of it it it it more more more more than than than than eighty eighty eighty eighty percent percent percent percent of of of of actress actress actress actress people people people people have have have have had had had had at at at at least least least least two two two two vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations but but but but units units units units adds adds adds adds it it it it would would would would be be be be between between between between six six six six months months months months and and and and the the the the year year year year before before before before covered covered covered covered nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen could could could could be be be be treated treated treated treated as as as as an an an an illness illness illness illness that's that's that's that's here here here here to to to to stay stay stay stay officials officials officials officials need need need need to to to to be be be be sure sure sure sure the the the the figures figures figures figures remain remain remain remain at at at at the the the the current current current current levels levels levels levels or or or or improve improve improve improve before before before before the the the the virus virus virus virus can can can can be be be be declared declared declared declared endemic endemic endemic endemic I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month
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Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids
"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi reporting reporting reporting reporting researchers researchers researchers researchers say say say say early early early early treatment treatment treatment treatment could could could could detain detain detain detain peanut peanut peanut peanut allergies allergies allergies allergies and and and and small small small small kids kids kids kids in in in in a a a a study study study study published published published published Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday researchers researchers researchers researchers report report report report young young young young children children children children might might might might be be be be able able able able to to to to overcome overcome overcome overcome peanut peanut peanut peanut allergies allergies allergies allergies if if if if treated treated treated treated at at at at an an an an early early early early enough enough enough enough age age age age in in in in the the the the journal journal journal journal lancet lancet lancet lancet researchers researchers researchers researchers detailed detailed detailed detailed a a a a study study study study in in in in which which which which peanut peanut peanut peanut protein protein protein protein powder powder powder powder was was was was given given given given to to to to one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred forty forty forty forty six six six six children children children children in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. ages ages ages ages one one one one to to to to three three three three increasing increasing increasing increasing amounts amounts amounts amounts to to to to build build build build up up up up their their their their tolerance tolerance tolerance tolerance for for for for peanuts peanuts peanuts peanuts after after after after two two two two and and and and a a a a half half half half years years years years nearly nearly nearly nearly three three three three quarters quarters quarters quarters of of of of the the the the subjects subjects subjects subjects could could could could tolerate tolerate tolerate tolerate the the the the equivalent equivalent equivalent equivalent of of of of sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen peanuts peanuts peanuts peanuts without without without without an an an an allergic allergic allergic allergic reaction reaction reaction reaction six six six six months months months months after after after after treatment treatment treatment treatment stopped stopped stopped stopped one one one one fifth fifth fifth fifth of of of of the the the the subjects subjects subjects subjects still still still still have have have have the the the the same same same same tolerance tolerance tolerance tolerance researchers researchers researchers researchers say say say say the the the the approach approach approach approach seems seems seems seems to to to to work work work work best best best best in in in in the the the the youngest youngest youngest youngest children children children children and and and and those those those those with with with with milder milder milder milder allergies allergies allergies allergies hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi
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Goodbye 'godsend': Expiration of child tax credits hits home
"Tens tens of of millions millions of of U. U. S. S. families families are are going going to to feel feel the the pinch pinch today today because because the the monthly monthly deposit deposit from from the the federal federal child child tax tax credit credit program program has has ended ended for for the the first first time time in in six six months months families families won't won't receive receive the the monthly monthly child child tax tax credit credit it it was was included included in in president president Biden's Biden's now now stalled stalled social social spending spending bill bill held held up up in in Congress Congress West West Virginia Virginia senator senator Joe Joe Manchin Manchin was was able able to to block block the the legislation legislation with with concerns concerns about about increasing increasing federal federal spending spending but but some some of of his his constituents constituents want want the the extra extra financial financial relief relief retiree retiree Andy Andy Roberts Roberts raising raising his his two two young young grandchildren grandchildren says says that that extra extra five five hundred hundred fifty fifty dollars dollars a a month month was was a a godsend godsend paying paying for for shoes shoes girl girl scouts scouts and and ballet ballet more more than than thirty thirty six six million million American American families families receive receive the the payments payments in in December December families families will will still still be be able able to to claim claim a a reduced reduced child child tax tax credit credit when when they they file file their their taxes taxes later later this this year year I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
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More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting
"Two two parents parents charged charged with with their their son son in in a a Michigan Michigan school school shooting shooting failed failed to to get get their their bond bond reduced reduced James James and and Jennifer Jennifer Crumley Crumley are are charged charged with with involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter four four people people were were shot shot and and killed killed at at Oxford Oxford high high school school prosecutor prosecutor mark mark he's he's told told the the judge judge there there were were warning warning signs signs about about their their fifteen fifteen year year old old son son Ethan Ethan instead instead they they bought bought the the gun gun he he used used at at the the school school he he displayed displayed terrifying terrifying tendencies tendencies and and behaviors behaviors and and he he literally literally sketched sketched out out what what he he planned planned to to do do in in his his journal journal in in the the throngs throngs Keast Keast says says the the teenager teenager had had hallucinations hallucinations and and was was torturing torturing and and killing killing animals animals suffered suffered from from a a bird bird that that he's he's working working in in a a jar jar for for six six months months and and Crumley Crumley is is charged charged as as an an adult adult with with murder murder and and other other crimes crimes defense defense attorney attorney at at Merrill Merrill Lehman Lehman argued argued for for lower lower bond bond trying trying to to sleep sleep your your honor honor they they weren't weren't they they are are not not like like wrist wrist tape tape from from W. W. X. X. Y. Y. Z. Z. Leman Leman insist insist the the crime crime lease lease didn't didn't know know a a school school shooting shooting was was in in the the works works I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
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CDC signs off on Pfizer extra dose measures
"Health health officials officials estimate estimate the the Omicron Omicron variant variant accounted accounted for for the the vast vast majority majority of of new new coronavirus coronavirus infections infections last last week week the the CDC's CDC's newest newest estimate estimate is is almost almost crying crying because because some some ninety ninety five five percent percent of of new new cases cases suggesting suggesting a a dramatic dramatic swing swing in in just just one one month month in in late late November November delta delta very very it it was was causing causing more more than than ninety ninety nine nine and and a a half half percent percent of of new new infections infections more more than than two two point point two two million million cases cases were were reported reported in in the the last last week week in in the the U. U. S. S. the the CDC CDC is is also also recommending recommending people people who who receive receive to to Pfizer Pfizer vaccine vaccine shots shots get get their their booster booster five five months months after after the the last last dose dose instead instead of of six six it's it's not not recommending recommending changing changing the the booster booster interval interval for for the the other other vaccines vaccines two two months months for for Johnson Johnson and and Johnson Johnson six six months months for for Madura Madura Sager Sager mag mag on on me me at at the the White White House House
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FDA expands Pfizer boosters for more teens as omicron surges
"The the federal federal government government is is moving moving a a step step closer closer to to expanding expanding cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for more more Americans Americans boosters boosters are are already already recommended recommended for for everyone everyone sixteen sixteen and and older older and and the the food food and and drug drug administration administration now now says says they're they're also also warranted warranted for for twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen year year olds olds regulators regulators say say kids kids of of those those agents agents can can get get a a booster booster as as early early as as five five months months after after their their last last dose dose rather rather than than six six months months the the CDC CDC is is expected expected to to rule rule later later this this week week on on whether whether to to recommend recommend that that while while Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen tends tends to to cause cause less less severe severe illness illness in in children children child child hospitalizations hospitalizations have have been been rising rising during during the the Omicron Omicron wave wave mostly mostly among among the the unvaccinated unvaccinated Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington
"less than six months" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"More concerned about footwork. And other things in past set that. I would in a straight ahead. Run block situation But you know Centers are very cerebral position. You gotta get back into the game. it depends but you know the fact that he's been cleared at least bit. Don't see any major hurdles right. And so that certainly is a is a positive but him being injured. I guess week seventeen. Is it likely that you think he'll play week. One of nfl football season playing the center position that was less than six months ago. Or is that exactly six months. Well let's more it'll be closer to gnawing if you talk week one. Okay okay i. That's okay okay. I mean look i can say this in. It's not hippo because the patient players allowed me to but you know one of the more famous examples is. Philip rivers tore his acl in the in. The playoffs had knee. And that had his acl reconstructed after the two thousand seven slash agency. Championship game. So he had in the you know. Basically starting early february late late january. So that's about as late as you can't for season and Not only did he start week. One at quarterback did he start week one but one hundred days afterwards. If you'll hundred days. Philip rivers..
"less than six months" Discussed on WBUR
"Delaware does not as far easier to vote in the state of Texas than it is in Delaware. And yet nobody is claiming There's some type of voter suppression taking place in Delaware in the last presidential election. Texas voter turnout was 60% and in Delaware, it was 70% I'm David Martin Davies in San Antonio. Former President Donald Trump is set to speak this afternoon at the conservative Political Action Conference, also known as CPAC. As NPR's Tamara Keith reports, the conference is less about issues and more about amplifying the culture wars that have defined the Republican Party in the Trump era. CPAC is traditionally an annual conference where conservative politicians with presidential aspirations speak to the most energized activists. The conference happening in Texas this weekend is actually the second CPAC in less than six months. Trump spoke at the last one and he'll speak this afternoon as well. The theme of this CPAC is America, a Nkansah world. A nod to the complaints about so called cancel culture that have dominated conservative media, especially after Trump got kicked off several popular social media platforms. In addition to Relitigating, the election Trump lost, the former president is likely to talk about his lawsuits against those companies. He's already fundraising off of it. Tamara Keith NPR NEWS You're listening to NPR News in Washington. Thousands of people poured into the streets of Buenos Aires to celebrate Argentina's first major soccer title in 28 years. The BBC's Russell Trump reports Argentina beat arch rival Brazil in the final of the Copa America in the midst of a pandemic. It was never going to achieve its billing as a classic encounter..
"less than six months" Discussed on KCRW
"But the White House has never shown a desire to do that, in part because they know this type of backlash is out there. But given this backlash, you know it's very hard for the White House to do anything more forceful than just saying Please get the vaccine. Here's where you can do it. I mean, President Biden's efforts on a number of his priorities, including legislative have been bogged down with thwarted by Republicans. Let's talk about another one that's taken on increasing urgency for Democrats, and that's voting rights. I mean, how is the administration planning to push ahead on that? Yeah. Just this past week, Texas Republicans introduced new legislation in the special session that they say is about election security. But voting right advocates say would make it harder for people to vote. And this is, you know, as part of this larger trend of Republican state legislatures. Putting in new restrictions or requirements on voting and given the political dynamics at play. President Biden and his allies are basically powerless to stop the march of these voting changes at the state level. At the federal level the Justice Department and is monitoring and has filed a lawsuit in Georgia. But they're sort of constrained by recent Supreme Court decisions, and Democrats in the Senate don't have the votes even amongst themselves. To pass federal voting legislation that many Democrats want to see. Um the White House doesn't see blowing up the filibuster and barreling forward with this legislatively as an option right now. So both the president and vice president are pledging to use their bully pulpit. And this week, President Biden will deliver a speech about voting in Philadelphia. It's sort of a two pronged approach, um, activate Democratic voters with this issue of voting rights, which is really galvanizing for them, and also just simply teach people how to vote under the new rules. I just want to touch on something that's happening this afternoon. Former President Donald Trump speaks in Dallas before another meeting of CPAC, the conservative political action conference. What themes should we expect to hear that are driving the GOP agenda briefly and remarkably, This is the second CPAC. It's supposed to be an annual convention, the second one in less than six months. It's called CPAC America. A Nkansah would you can expect to focus on cancel culture and other Grievance themes that have dominated conservative media in recent months, including President Trump's complaint that he got kicked off of various social media platforms. Alright, that's NPR. White House correspondent.
Talk 1260 KTRC
"less than six months" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"What happens is, you know people who are either downsizing or they're changing their collection direction. You know they had been collecting southwestern and now they want to collect. You know, more contemporary work or That sort of thing. They'll come to us. And there's a couple of things we can do. Number one. We can. Sometimes we buy the workout, right? Um And if they're if they're ancient selling it, you know immediately. Sometimes we'll make them offer and buy it. The other way is that if they want to consign it to us Then based on the based on the piece, the artist You know the quality to work and how saleable we think it is. Then we will make an agreement within to sell the work for a certain percentage. And that percentage can vary. Um, you know, widely. It just depends on the piece. Obviously, if we're going to be selling a, you know, multimillion dollar piece. We're going to take less of a commission than something that was expensive, So it really just depends. On the artwork itself, but Typically we asked for a certain period of time, you know, and that can vary from it's usually not less than six months, but sometimes can be. And so then we show the work in the gallery. We Advertise it. You know, we use social media as well as just pray, Advertising and Radio advertising on your program and other places. To to get the word out about it. And, um, so we've we've had a really good track record with helping people sell their are okay. We're going to take a little short break and Lawrence. If you'll be willing to stay on, we'll come back. I'd love to. Thanks. OK, will be right back. Stay tuned for more commentary about Santa Fes culture and lifestyle on the.
"less than six months" Discussed on 600 WREC
"In minutes. Now it's clay and Buck on NewsRadio one Oh 55, w E. R C Welcome back in Clay, Travis Buck Sexton show where you're getting into a lot of big topics. Still going to talk about my trip? Two Civil war sleepaway camp and tying that in with the House voting to remove all Confederate statues. We are also going to talk about name, image and likeness. College athletes now being able to make money, big story that is out there right now, but What sex in the long knives are out. For Kamala Harris. First of all, she gets the most difficult jobs, right? They just kind of throw onto her. Hey, you're in charge of the border now, as if anybody in the Democratic Administration of Joe Biden is going to solve border related issues. Send her down to the border center down to Guatemala and all over the place to try to handle things politico, and I know you read this yesterday evening as well. Lot of people inside of the Biden administration, basically shoving Kamala Harris off off the mountaintop for lack of a better way. I mean, this was a devastating piece about her and her management style. Well, it's really from subordinates. Yeah, this is this isn't like a lot of the usual White House gossip stuff, which is always so much less You know, under the Trump administration. One person willing to speak to a politico or Washington post writer will all of a sudden be. You know, senior White House sources and that that we know, whereas on this side they had to wait till they had a whole lot of people came out and said that working for Kamala Harris is not fun. This is This goes to a baseline thesis about Kamala Harris as a politician, which is that there are people in and places of authority, particularly in the media. And I would say in corporate America and at the top of the Democrat Party they like They like this This notion of Kamala Harris because, you know, first female minority vice president, So they like that, but the people around her Don't tend to want to work for her very much. No. Do they like her? I think you learn a lot about a politician to be fair, based on long term politicians who have long term relationships because there's an incredible power dynamic, you know? Well, Buck. The politician is at the top of the pyramid, and when they are angry, it flows all downhill. And Kamala Harris. Her presidential campaign was a disaster. She's thoroughly unlikable everyone on her presidential campaign they brought in the Biden people did an entirely new team for her as a vice president because she had run off everybody else. And now there are a lot of people fleeing the vice president's office because the whole thing is a total mess. Do you remember all the stories also about Donald Trump and how everyone's everyone's fleeing this White House and there's so much turnover White House in disarray White House in disarray. It was like every three days there would be some screaming headline the post or politico. I can assure everyone that I know, I know. We all know this right? You know this right now listening that if this were a Republican administration, and you had less than six months in, or, you know, roughly six months in the vice president's office, just leaking people all over the place. There will be a big story. This was just just kind of a muted one out of politico. But we'll get more into this as well as the big Supreme Court decision come up in a second, You know, the secret is out. People are abandoning their overpriced wireless carriers and flocking to pure talk for the same coverage. But at a fraction of the price in the past year alone, over 20,000 of you smart rush listeners. Made the switch to pure talk. And when you hear some of the reviews out there, you understand why? I mean, here's John from bowling Green Kentucky quote. I had a wonderful experience with pure talk. The customer service was great and respectful. Thank you for treating us as you value..
Go All In
"less than six months" Discussed on Go All In
"When you when you're feeling down and things moving against you all you need is a tiny little win. Just a just a little one and it doesn't have to be financial. It's just something went right in your day. Look you drove to the cop and it was stress free or somebody didn't cut off from the traffic. You just had just block a little win because when you notice that the win builds incredible momentum you get that little one turns into another one to another one to another one to another one and then all of a sudden you sign. Wow these winds are happening in threes happened in three or four at a time like that. What the help. And it's just that shifting energy in that shifting your mindset that kind of ties you down a path that you weren't on. Is that what happened to you as well absolutely. Yeah and it's like you mentioned these little windsor on that's of heart right and when things seem so bad so dark so just like going nowhere like you might be filling whatever thinking whatever. That's a sign that something can happen that you could do something great and yeah one of the things that i really believe in in my heart of hearts. He's a thing quote synchronicity. Yes and never really realized the woods around until recently it wasn't that long listened sort of less than six months ago really and a lot of people. Talk about the law of attraction. And what you put out is what you get back. I believe that. That's a universal rule of the universe as well. But i believe more saw in synchronicity than i do in the of attraction and let me explain that a little bit and tell me what your thoughts are as well matt because it goes to the very heart of going all leeann committing to success and committing to make new bed in different as well. Utterly that things show up in your life when you need to absolutely. But i don't show up in your life when you need them if not in sync with yourself so if you don't have that belief in yourself if you don't have that conscious thought or that conscious development of yourself and you're not working on yourself and figuring out what it is that you believe in why you behaving the way that you're behaving then that synchronicity won't happen to you because loss will be really hard money will be hard. Relationships will be hard just getting from point. I debate will be really really hard. And that's because you're not in sync with yourself..
"less than six months" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Thursday thought leader conversation run with David Fowler this morning. The senior vice president of capital markets that associated Bank David Good Morning. Welcome back. Morning, Steve. Thanks for having me. I always appreciate talking with you. You are our go to guy on Brexit related news, and I want to start there this morning. Since the Brexit became official. We've seen a couple of different trade agreements being announced between the UK and other countries. The latest includes Norway and Iceland talked to us a little bit about the trade deals that the UK is putting together. Post Brexit. Well, yeah, As you say they were able to sign a deal with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, who are three members of a association association called the European Economic Area. These are countries that Have a very close alignment to the EU but are not members of the U for various reasons. Um The deal that Britain has done with these three countries to an extent replicates the access that they had prior to Brexit. As part of the EU, although not as much So and in all cases that the access to markets they have less than they had before, But still is, you know something to help. Certainly helped trade for the UK and also, I think it's particularly important for countries like Norway, where Britain was their largest trading partner for quite a long time. Do these deals? Um, replace that all what's being lost with the EU? Or are these mainly politically significant deals? To an extent. I think it's more the latter than the former. So if you take, you know Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland. That's a combined population of less than seven million people. Um, the European Union without Britain is about 300 million. Certainly the amount of trade that Britain did with the European Union on a manual basis. Prior to Brexit was about kind of £350 billion. This is worth Maybe 23 billion. So we're looking at a significantly smaller numbers. But, you know, they are trying to move ahead with this, Um, you know, showing that they are an independent country that they are going to force trade lines is around the world. Um, but they've yet to do one. Yeah. Not with any country or any economic area that is any work close inside the European Union. There had been some talk that maybe deal on some issues was being worked out with the United States. Does that is that even still on the radar? Or is that something that's in the wings waiting If there is one? It's not going to be any time soon. So I think that's going to be at least a year, maybe 18 months down the road. Um it's not a high priority for the US what it seems. Certainly, as we all know, President Biden is going to the G seven meeting in Britain this week, and there will be meetings on Brexit and the impact of Brexit, Northern Ireland and the Good Friday agreement. Certainly, Britain would like to have a trade deal with the U. S. Because that would replicate the market size that they've given away with the European Union and would give them a you know something that you know a real big political one as well as an economic one. But I think that's That's not close yet. How are things going inside of the U. K? I know the last time we talked of some especially small businesses in the UK, we're still struggling post Brexit. Is that still the case or have things improved? It's still the case, and I think part of it is, you know, the agreement is less than six months, six months old, So you know there is a certain amount of kind of teething that we have to go through. You know, as time goes on. Exporters and importers both well, you know, know what documents they need Know how those documents need to be afraid and that kind of operational aspect. Um we'll get smoother. But there are certain aspects that you still can't get around. So if you're in the Agri side and you're exporting any kind of food products from the U. K into the youth. You have to go through a lot of hurdles. You know, there's we've talked about in the past five sanitary. Better hurry. Certificates that are, you know very expensive unless you're Exporting in bulk. Um you know, what we're seeing is a lot of UK companies that had a significant Proportion of themselves into European Union are looking to find a way to locate in the European Union in order to be able to access the market without having to go through so many hurdles. There. I know. We talked about all the paperwork in some of the road blocks that some of these businesses were facing. Has there been any movement to try to lessen some of that? Or is that going to take even more time to iron out? Well, I think part of part of the problem is that the and this is where the kind of political side goes into the economic side. The UK is You know, adamant about trying to minimize the impact of Brexit on its those that importers and exporters And they've adopted an approach of kind of unilateralism, so they just said, you know, we're not going to Implement. Certain checks, certain activities that they've agreed to an international law to do. You know, this approach doesn't really help in the long run, because what it does lead to in the short term. There's a lot of uncertainty and you know, before the call, I was going to thinking about the incident. You know, I used to be the treasurer of a public company and we operated a lot overseas. When we would make investments. You know, One of the things that we wanted to look out was the certainty of the regulations. Environment that we're going to operate it. So we may not like the regulations, but we wanted them to be certain it so that we could plan around them and then say Okay, if we do x, y and Z that that, you know we can operate in this market, and it's going to be economically viable. David. Great conversation is always how can people get a hold of you and have a one on one if they want? Well, you can always call me on the desk, which is 8665248836. Or you can always send me an email. My email address is david dot Soller f a l.
CNN Political Briefing
"less than six months" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"The alliance make it clear to putin to europe and the united states are tight. The g. seven is going to move now. Let's talk schedule. Here's a brief rundown of his itinerary. He'll start with a meeting of the group of seven. Also known as the g seven on the cornish coast in england than a summit with nato allies in brussels belgium before concluding with a summit with russian president vladimir putin in geneva switzerland and this last meeting with putin is perhaps the most critical part of the trip. The decision to meet putin has now been the subject of much internal debate for one experience foreign policy advisers who have watched putin jack meetings with recent. Us presidents wonder what biden could possibly gain from meeting him now less than six months into his term others wonder if now is really the best time to meet. Given the recent ransomware attacks directed at the us infrastructure that have originated from within russia. And of course not to mention the treatment of leader alexei navalny but after two phone calls with putin remain convinced that face to face talks with the only adequate venue to truly engage the russian leader. Now within all of this biden will also seek to reassure about america's role in the distribution of the corona virus. Vaccine the way biting sees it. The stakes of first trip are nothing less than democracy itself. He aims to night with european allies to counter the growing authoritarianism of china. And then we'll confront putin face to face for biden. The fight of democracy versus authoritarianism is one of the defining.
"less than six months" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We've seen since March, 2020. Man, That is a lot to suffer through in just 30 seconds. Tony Katz. 93 w I b c Good morning. You didn't create 10 million jobs. President Biden. That's a lie. You're a liar. You're a bad guy who talks about bad things. You're dishonest guy. Surrounded by a dishonest party engaged the dishonest conversation with America. It would be a lot better if you would just stop doing that. I'm glad to see people back to work. You didn't create the jobs America has opened up because of Ah, vaccine that was created Not on your watch. But I think you've done a fine job with distribution. And here we are. Every day, Another bit of politicizing. Every day. Another bit of lying every day. Another slap at us at you, me and wait, and now we've got from him. $6 trillion budget. You understand that Joe Biden in Less than six months has put forth the idea of $12 trillion worth of spending. These people are out of their heads. Sorry. Democrats. You got nothin. Zero. There's no fiscal responsibility if you tell me where was this responsibility under Trump. I'll agree with you, but we were still talking about it. So you were angry under Trump in your cool here. This is garbage. Me who stays away from Twitter like it's my job, but realizes because of my job. I can't stay away from Twitter. The people who told America that the idea of a lab leak a year ago was just conspiracy Theory Nonsense are also the ones saying you shouldn't look into election integrity issues because it's conspiracy theory nonsense. Just noticing. It's this kind of Constant. Lied. Deception evil. This is why people say f it Forget it. We don't need any part of this. I don't wanna be around you people. You're you're the worst. And they look at the lies and they looked at the double talk and they go after these people and they drop out and part of the problem is That's what guys like, like Joe Biden depend on Joe Bynes, a bad guy. He does Grandfather Lee pretty well. I think he loves his kids and his grandkids. I'm willing to put money on that. He's a bad guy. Listen really awful Policies. $6 trillion Total spending rise 8.2 trillion by 2031. You listen to some of the things that he is talking about. Some of the ways in which he is discussing it. I mean, two, he got into trickle down.
"less than six months" Discussed on Cardionerds
"We thank you for subscribing to and supporting the cardi nerds. This podcast is not meant to be used for medical advice. These express your do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of our employers. Everything is one hundred percent hip compliant. The speakers have no relevant disclosures and there was no commercial or in kind support for this activity be short claim. Free c using the link in the episode description. Welcome back carter nerds and thanks for joining us in this very special episode. I am erica. Hot cleveland clinic cardiology fellow. You might remember me from episode number seventy six. The case report titled ehlers down syndrome with postpartum popular muscle rupture taking care of that patient. Had a deep impact on me. And i will never forget her today. We granted with the opportunity of learning more about her personal lives story from her husband. Todd gasser joining us. Are dr unions. Degan in dr. Hal dietz unions is currently a third year medical resident at johns hopkins. And i'm very excited to save. She'll be joining us for our fellowship program at cleveland clinic in less than six months. Unisys originally from wisconsin and completed her medical school at the medical college of wisconsin. She's a key member of the cardio nurse family as a chief of house taussig in the cardinals academy and she's enjoy stinging volleyball traveling embar trivia. Welcome thank you erica. It's a great honor to be a part of this special episode. It also gives me great pleasure to introduce our very special guest. Dr hal dietz doctor. Deeds is very well known in the medical community as the world's leading authority on marfan syndrome and other connective tissue disorders including choice teach syndrome which carries his name after he described the syndrome. Along with dr He's associate professor of medicine in an assistant professor of neurological surgery at the johns hopkins university school of medicine. He's the victor a acoustic professor of genetics and also serves as the director of the william s milo center for marfan syndrome research. Thank you so much for joining us. Dr deeds welcome. It's a pleasure to be with you today. Thank you dr. It's our pleasure to have you now. I get the honor of introducing todd. Gasser who's our patients husband and father of the baby girl who's now an infant in about to actually turn a year old. I remember the night at taught in this sees mother as well as lissi. And i'll never forget the mixed feeling emotions i could see in. Todd's expression when he came to the unit he had just become a father but instead of enjoying those crazy days at home with a newborn he was there in the hospital supporting his wife through it. All there's no question that caring for lizzie would have been way more complex. Had it not been for the context that todd enlists provided for us. The family history in her case is absolutely essential. Todd we can't thank you enough for joining us today to honor lessees memory and learn more from her story higher. Everyone thank you for having me on the show. It's my pleasure to be here. Thanks for taking the opportunity to share lizzy story thaad. Can you tell us more about lizzie. How was she as a person. What did she enjoyed the most. How did it feel being around her. Yeah so lizzie. I think can be described as little boat mighty. She was around five foot. Maybe five foot one way two hundred pounds but she had a lot of energy. A lot of spunk. And i think you talk to her friends and family. That's the way that they were described her as just a fiery but yeah little but mighty so she enjoyed being outside she loved being in the sunshine. She loved to just be warm in so she moved from california to ohio. Which i'm not quite sure. Why but yeah. She missed the sunshine. Lot come in the end. Ohio so we love to go on vacation..
Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk
"less than six months" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk
"Generation campaign or digital marketing campaign crossed the ad piece of it and then the management feed so ask them to separate those twos and break it down for you. What is the cost of your agency management fee and what is the cost of the ads. Typically the ads are going to cost anywhere from on the low end. Meaning the agency takes a bigger cut fifty percent to seventy five percent. So if you're spending ten thousand dollars. Typically the agency is taking anywhere from twenty five hundred to five thousand dollars but that also depends on the creatives. Are they just managing the ads. The helping you do the creatives as well. Right chris. meaning like design the ad designed landing pages connect all the technical aspects of the campaign. We've talked about before so question number nine. who's gonna. Who are you going to be working with on this campaign. So you want to know who that Touch point the person that that you're going to be working with is super super important that you like who you work with that that they're there for you so you want to ask that question. Who are you going to be working with in his campaign and the last question really question number ten is what's the length of the contract. It's different for every digital marketing agency or lead generation shop. And i'm not here to say three months or twelve. Months is right or wrong. Every agency is different my agency. We don't we don't have long term contracts. We tell clients prime that you shouldn't start campaign especially if it's a li seo and expect results in less than six months right paper click. You might expect results a little bit sooner. A couple months bare minimum but in terms of Having someone locking you into a long term contract. I'm not a fan of that but i certainly understand that some agencies work that way. If you're comfortable doing long term contract no problem just make sure you put some contingencies there that kind of tie into your kpi's and Just hold them accountable right. It's your money and no one is gonna care about your bottom line as much as you do. And that's the truth right so the the next thing i want address is when you begin the campaign. And how long will it run. This is like super important getting back to the smart goals. You know who's going to be on your team. You know what the offer is. You know the target audience. You have everything in place but have you considered any seasonality variables right the time. The year that you're about to launch a campaign might not be the best time in an has. The budget been approved for the campaign. I see this so often especially with midsized..
Tales From The PROS
"less than six months" Discussed on Tales From The PROS
"Yeah and i think it's good for a many of our listeners viewers to know that there are two huge elements in an seo. Right on page. And i think you know. Beat you being incontinent. Seo for a long time You probably had something interaction with people even clients that say. Oh i just want to blog on the website that's not going to do it or just the keywords in the website right you got into everything you gotta do it consistently so i'm sure you guys do you do a lot of the on site. Seo the technical or or just more the content creative pieces. Yeah we do both so any client that comes to us with seo. Being a goal we start with technical audits because unfortunately what we've seen is that we had some clients where we could be creating the best onsite offsite content in the world but if they had some major issues with their site from technical standpoint that was affecting the ability for their site to be crawled. Time than all of our work was not going to be super effective So we do technical audit than we do. Keyword research would you reporting on a quarterly basis And now ultimately even if seo is not the main priority seo matters for ninety nine percent of our clients so it's always involved to some extent in the strategy. You when he start to actually see results so if you sign let's say on a big client Actually out say let's do a more of a a startup a a startup. Because i i was gonna say maybe like nestle. But they're already branded. They're already considered off brand from will write books more of a startup. How will take you after discovery after strategy and when you start to execute when would you start when they start to actually see results from google went from from digital media. Yes so on the seo side there are so many different things that could affect that depending on the industry. I don't wanna be tied to any specific number. But i would say we would never tell them less than six months because you need to get specific consistency of content. Coming out now. We have clients that in the first quarterly report. We're seeing huge spikes in traffic. But that would be the anomaly because there we just you you need time for those things to actually make changes now on the is on the side of you know they're using this content in sales enablement for example we've had clients where we produce the first few pieces of content. Their sales team are using that to reach out to their network. And they're getting more calls right away so depending on how you're using the content and what your goals are it might be those first couple. Pieces of content are incredibly valuable or in our experience at least with setting up influencing coast funnel. It took a year before we were really seeing just this consistent flow of leads And we tell clients that you do not expect. You're doing a full end on marketing campaign. Don't expect this to happen overnight. But the exciting part is the money. You're investing now. Like i said we see leads from six years ago still coming through our website so it really builds on itself overtime he also. You're a hundred percent right and it's funny that you say this because we're actually really we're really great case study because we acco- yeah. We've done exactly that me and my marketing team..
The Sale Ring
"less than six months" Discussed on The Sale Ring
"It's tough to give up that That that power and sometimes it's not always just a power struggle it's It's a confidence thing. you know. People become confident or overly confident and their soul ability to do something within an organization and believe it or not. there's other people that are capable in your absence of of taking that role. So it's it's difficult to step aside and to put somebody in that role into watch them You know and to nurture them into that role because some people become threatened. Let's let's just call it. What it is. They become very threatened by that and think. Oh but make it look too easy. Why don't they just replace me so very true. Yeah and you also have to get your team You have to get commitment from them in so that kind of leads back to. When it comes to a high performing team everybody has to be committed on the same goals and everybody has to be committed on what they're doing to help achieve those goals so i think it's important can refer you can think about the sees you know commitment contribution communication cooperation and even some conflict might come up. A conflict can be good especially sharing ideas. Conflict is a lot like constructive criticism. There's a difference between criticism and constructive criticism and if you're going to correct me and it makes me a better person and i'm mature enough big enough to take that That correction Then that's a win for everybody involved But if it's not delivered appropriately or if it's if it's just not appropriate correction belittling or badgering than that's them. That's not good for anybody very yes very true so when you weren't they get on a day when you're working with teams or with your you're working with individuals is there. I'm sure this is a loaded question. Because i'm going to ask about the time element to get from a to z Is there is there kind of a typical time element from where you start with people to where you feel like you have achieved kind of the the goal of the mission and you move onto the next person or Yeah actually there is in my engaged. Typical advising or coaching engagement. Typically as a year I actually held on on retainer or with a client for several years In his really. It's not that they haven't learned anything just that unlike their sounding board but in i've done it is less than six months but you behavior changes that something that comes naturally because we're always going to revert back to old habits so it's that constant reinforcement of applying those new skills and behaviors that you've learned in in your particular work situation. Whatever that may be when it comes to leading your that's How many clients do you work with ten. You know in at a given time. You have a lot of clients or are you focused. I'm trying to get my head wrapped around like help. What the contact the amount of contact that you have with with somebody that That you're kind of working within leadership development typically between ten If they're individuals and it could be if their groups it can be you know maybe another ten or fifteen max ten to fifteen two time so one of the things that's going on. There's there's two things that are happening right now in real estate and one that Because of just the the market is very robust The housing market strong. The land market is strong. Inventory is in very short supply so a lot of individual brokers auction companies People that are even in parallel organizations. Like closing company. Stuff there's They can be high turnover right now. They're they're working primarily in the brokerage level for recruiting. They're working on their recruiting and trying to bring in quality agents or sales people. And that's where. I was excited about About you being on the show today because this is This was a hot button for a lot of realtors a lot of brokers lot of auctioneers is. I would love to find those people. How do i do that. So i'm gonna put you on the spot here can you. Can you maybe give them an idea of some areas where they could look You know just I had somebody that contacted me. The other day he just retired from a healthcare An executive position and healthcare company. And he's also the ministry kind of equine or a cowboy ministry. Well the great thing about that. If if it evolves into yeah would like to get my real estate license and possibly join your company as they have those niche markets that need to be serve like equine properties. And so on. So i'm just i'm thinking. Are there places for people that you know in certain types of people that they could be looking for around building this this leadership team if they don't currently have the team part of that what you know what. A lot of companies have referral programs. And in. so you know if you use your high performers that you currently got as your referral base your your source that then that will help because they know people who might be looking rather than just never take a warm body just for the sake of taking a warm body Which some people do if they're feel like they're in a desperate situation a but i think that like what you said with the equine. It's kind of figuring out okay. Well what is it the niche that i want in and kind of put that like in the center of a of a circle and then think about all the different relationships or Connections that are made from that. So you got you got vets. You've got Ferrier's you know what i mean you've got took Can't think of anybody else. But off the top of my head there is. I like overlapping circles of your clayton. Ses you have yeah. Yeah yeah and people that fall into those niche markets though are kind of working in and around those Those social circles right..
Health Care Rounds
"less than six months" Discussed on Health Care Rounds
"Of the ad is private pay so there are some insurances long-term care insurances that do cover some of those expenses or even some insurance coverage may may be available but for the most part that's really out of pocket expense to the patient and family now that's challenging for people to understand those differences. I mean being in the industry are being at least on the research side. I it took me a while to kinda get that. Another challenging definition definitional the difference between hospice and palliative. Care and really. The definition of those is who you're speaking to at the time You're gonna get a about one hundred different answers if he talked to a hundred different people So i'll just explain it in in in my words You know really palliative care is is for somebody. Who has you know some type of a diagnosis. That has a limiting prognosis. Where other really isn't aggressive treatment for what they may be going through or the probability of them coming out of that disease state isn't is positive And yet they either select to not choose the hospice path or they may have a longer period of time so hospices You know requires a certification of less than six months of life and palliative. Care can be something that can extend much much longer for patients who either don't want hospice or folks who are really above that six month threshold so that they're still getting the in home support to manage whatever needs they may have so still skilled care coming into the home Really taking care of folks who are kind of in between health and or hospice okay. so how his covid nineteen impacted home health and hospice and palliative care. And before you answer that. I've heard mixed results by asking health system leaders these questions over the last year and interviews some say that could be a preferred venue to keep folks away from the hospital and they're increasing their use of of any care in the home Others of said that Sending workers from house to house in the middle of a pandemic may not be the best approach. So what's what's been your sense of.
All The Responsibility Podcast
"less than six months" Discussed on All The Responsibility Podcast
"Are give you an example from from another to me often when when you're working with engineers that work on on a machine learning years did a scientist and you ask them for time estimates the tone. You don't know it's research. I don't know it will be ready when it's ready. But i need some time estimates because they need to travel ton of work around it but what. You need is a ballpark in when i start asking them okay. Is it one week or six month. That's when this it's not one week for sure. It's probably three months. I'm hoping that we'll get to six. Okay that's more information than i have before you said the sentence even though even though you didn't give me strict answers numbers so it's the same with data s as a product manager supporting decisions. Do you know the book how to measure anything by douglas. W hubbard her read. He would find it very interesting so he says you can measure anything but many many measurements typically of importance to business. The results either are too expensive. That's like interviewing three thousand customers or the uncertainty bars on the results are so high that you can actually make a decision. Based on one of the things he suggests in those kinds of cases to put some limits on. Oh it's going to be more than a week but it'll be less than six months pretty sure pretty sure it will be less than six months because he's still can't no. I highly recommend the book. You mentioned that you try to make your blog posts actionable with actual actions. And i try to do that. With with the podcast. So do you have Maybe three things you suggest people start putting into action right away to make some of these ideas. Let me try to put this advice. Actions in context. Let's say this is advised to people what become liters. The first thing i would say is act as if you're a product legal ray. This is best advice because much like you know when when i was a development manager..
NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"less than six months" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"You love more than any other Jeremy Grant to the Boston Celtics. When is that happening? That's gotta be going down anytime now, right? Yeah. Oh, yeah, probably. Yeah. We're right after we sign off. I'm sure now it's just kind of thing. It's you know, it's as I think I said on Twitter, maybe I'm paraphrasing myself here, but Celtic fans can want him all they want. That doesn't mean the Pistons are going to move him. I thought it was very interesting Sean's reported that he's the number one target for Boston the sea within minutes James Edward sat across from the Pistons side of things. He's the beat writer for the Pistons for the athletic basically saying yet teams weren't. Jeremi Grant, but he's not going anywhere Jeremy Grant wanted to think about This offseason you wanted to have a huge role on a team. And then he wanted to play for a team. That's led by a black executive and a black coach and he got both of those things in Detroit and then he's talked about how much Detroit is a city means and how we want to help lift the city and all the things he wants to do there and all that stuff. We can't ignore those things as damage being meaningful because the Pistons stink and maybe their Best Way Forward would be to trade him cuz you could get a great package. You could get Friday bunch of pick some interesting young players and all sorts of stuff. But those things have meaning and they're meaningful in the other piece of that too is if you're the Pistons, you cannot be in a position where this dude passionately said why he came to you now you flip them in a trade you less than six months later and then you're going to go into free agency in the summer and what make the pitch of hey Detroit's where you want to be be part of this thing with that well worked out for like it doesn't suck. Don't wake you say with Bleak what I see with Blake. There was Blake was already there. That's true. Right. So it was people who say the Clippers did him dirty. I can't be fully argue against it but blink also got a full max deal at the time and got every penny he could get which is now working for him in Detroit cuz he's you know was able to work this bio. So that's that's a little different than recruiting a guy cuz Denver offered by all reports. No one has ever refuted this offered the exact same terms as Detroit did and maybe even a little more in Jeremy Grant chose to go to Detroit. Anyway where he would have been on a contender with the Nuggets, right? We all know that but he chose Detroit anyway, so that's why that's not going to happen..
"less than six months" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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