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"mead johnson" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The Mariners atop the A .L. West tied with Houston. With 29 regular season games left to go, what has manager Scott Service high on his ballclub? What excites me about our team going forward is the confidence, the energy and from our team, from our fan base and everybody here in the building. We have a good team. It's a travel day and we have a good team. Ryan Fish reports the M's have signed Dominic Leone off the Angels waiver wire. The Rainiers lost to Sugarland 12 -1 and host the Space Cowboys again tonight in Tacoma. On the soccer pitch, Albert Knacks blistering right -footed goal in the 90th minute gave Seattle Sounders a 2 -1 victory at Austin FC. Ray Green hosts the rival Portland Timbers Saturday night and the Seattle Storm played WNBA hoops this evening against the Sparks in LA. Sports with Schwartz at 10 and 40 after the hour. Northwest News Radio. It's now 2 -11. A new study finds simple scents the kind you get from essential oils in a diffuser while while sleeping might be just what the doctor ordered to improve memory and thinking skills. Medical reporter Liz his bonus explains. It's all because as Tony, our essential oil demonstrator here at Ohio's Christ Hospital the Alliance Integrative Medicine Center shows us scents such as this one which happens to be Green provides a powerful pull on the brain. So everybody has probably experience had the of smelling something and having a very specific memory of a certain time or place and we can tap into that natural communication between our nose and our memory. Women's health specialist Dr. Colleen Swayze told me it's all part of a practice which uses essential oils from plants for something called aromatherapy. So aromatherapy is using scents to help improve emotional balance. In this study published in frontiers in neuroscience researchers put a different fragrance every night in the rooms of people ages 60 and older while they were sleeping. They all had experienced some level of cognitive decline. They left that scent on for two hours. They then compared brain the power or what they called cognitive capacity over time to a control group. And after six months the participants who had the active arm of the study actually had 226 % greater cognitive function than the people who use the placebo. The takeaway from all this Dr. Swayze says is that any scent appears to help although lavender and rosemary are linked to relaxation and you can do this at home with any product that produces scent from real essential oils while you sleep which takes no additional time. By alternating the scent each night it kind of helps with that nose blindness that sometimes you'll develop if you smell the same smell all the time. This research team says next they'd like to develop a scent that might stop memory decline. A scent based on this research for home use expected to be lost as early as this fall. A medical reporter list bonus. The Food and Drug Administration is sending warning letters to several infant formula manufacturers. The agency says inspections found safety violations at Byheart, Mead Johnson Nutrition and Parago, Wisconsin. All three manufacturers were issued letters of warning mandating the company's commit to extensive cleaning and sanitation. The companies have 15 working days to create corrective plans for FDA review. And a pig kidney is still functioning in a brain dead man six weeks after transplant surgery. New York University Health says this is the longest period a pig kidney has functioned in a human being. Surgeons transplanted the genetically engineered organ after the 57 year old man's family agreed to donate his body because his organs were not suitable for transplant. The NYU Lagone Transplant Institute director says the kidney is doing all the jobs that a normal human kidney would do. It's now 2 14 time to check the roads again from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center. Let's check in with Kimmy Klein. Well a lot of slick conditions out there today so just use some extra caution out there. South end 405 is rolling slow out of Bellevue from 5 20
"mead johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global Market News changes in an instant. So don't miss a minute. Listen to Bloomberg Radio anytime, anywhere around the world on the iHeartRadio app. Tune in. The Bloomberg Business app and Bloomberg .com. This is a Bloomberg Money Minute. An infant formula startup called Bobby made a deal recently will that expand its manufacturing capacity. Bobby CEO Laura Modi says the entire industry should be doing the same thing. We're still putting out products from the same few facilities. And largely from the same contribute to companies. For companies Abbott, Perrigo, Nestle and Mead Johnson make 90 % of the US formula supply at a handful of factories, which a year and a half ago made an existing baby formula shortage even worse. FDA inspectors temporarily shut down Abbott's biggest formula plant when they discovered deadly bacteria in samples. I actually think we are truly one bacteria away from having another shortage like last year. And shortages while spotty persist today. There may be some shelves that remain out of stock while others are plentiful. The answer, Modi says, we need to build redundancy. This industry needs resiliency so that we don't go through this again. Tracey Jahnke, Bloomberg Radio. And I'm Dan Schwartzman in Bloomberg the Newsroom. Here's some of the stories we're watching. Visas cracking down on surcharges that retailers have been tacking on to prices consumers pay when using credit cards. Recently, the world's largest payment network has started sending auditors into some stores to make sure they're complying with visas rules when issuing surcharges. In a survey done last year, around 23 % of businesses say they charge an extra fee to credit card -using customers. In all, 48 states allow merchants to impose a charge, although the amounts are governed by laws and by the credit card companies. Back in April, Visa Limited, the amount merchants can charge to 3 % from 4%. Dock workers on Canada's west coast are raising the possibility of a renewed disruption. labor at the country's busiest port. More from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Dan, I should start by mentioning that this sudden strike comes after members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union turned down a deal that have raised would wages by 19 .2 % over four years, according to the BC Maritime Employers Association, a deal so attractive that also I should mention the union's leadership had recommended members vote in favor of. More than 7000 dock workers were on strike for this deal. I'm not sure why you recall crippling the flow of trade through the Port of Vancouver. That's Canada's busiest maritime hub, along with Prince Rupert in British Columbia. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government could potentially recall parliament from summer break to pass legislation ordering the longshore workers to stay on the job and the strike earlier this month was very painful. It snarled more than 7 .6 billion US dollars in shipments, according to the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade. Thanks Denise. Another defeat for Johnson & Johnson as a federal court for the second time in months six has dismissed the bankruptcy case of LTL management. J &J created the unit to end all current and future health claims related to baby powder and other products made with talc that was allegedly tainted with a toxic substance. Saudi Arabia, which has spent billions of dollars recently investing in sports such as soccer, golf and boxing, has a new target for its money, gaming. Bloomberg's Amy Morris reports. Saudi Arabia aims to become the ultimate global hub of the $180 billion a year video game industry. Over the past year, it earmarked nearly $40 billion for a new gaming conglomerate, become the largest outside investor in Nintendo and hosted an international tournament with $45 million in prize money. 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"mead johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That's a great deep dive on our good friends at Pepsi. Our thanks to Bloomberg Intelligence, Senior Beverages, Tobacco, Cannabis Analyst Ken Shay coming up on the program. We'll talk Berkshires lean into the Florida Reinsurance Market. You're listening to Bloomberg Intelligence on Bloomberg Radio providing in -depth research and data on 2 ,000 companies and 130 industries. You can access Bloomberg Intelligence via BI go on the terminal. I'm Paul Sweeney and this is Bloomberg. Global market news changes in an instant. Listen Listen to Bloomberg Radio anytime anywhere around the world on the iHeartRadio app. Tune in. Bloomberg The Business App and Bloomberg .com. This is a Bloomberg Money Minute. An infant formula startup called Bobby made a deal recently that will expand its manufacturing capacity. Bobby CEO Laura Modi says the entire industry should be doing the same thing. still We're putting out products from the same few facilities and largely from the same few companies. For companies Abbott, Perigo, Nestle and Mead Johnson make 90 % of the US formula supply at a handful of factories, which a year and a half ago made an existing baby formula shortage even worse. FDA inspectors temporarily shut down Abbott's biggest formula plant when they discovered deadly bacteria in samples. I actually think we are truly one bacteria away from having another shortage like last year. And shortages, whilst body, persist today. There may be some shelves that remain out of
"mead johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Judge Samuel Alito says Congress has no authority to regulate the Supreme Court. The conservative justice told the Street Wall Journal that there's no provision in the Constitution that gives Congress the ability to impose of ethics on the high court. Alito is one of several justices who has recently been criticized for ethics controversies. Senate Democrats are currently pushing a Supreme Court ethics reform bill. two new entries to film franchises are getting release dates. Brian Shook has the very latest. Venom three and Bad Boys four are both set for summer 2024 releases. Martin Lawrence and Smith Will are back again on June 14th, 2024, while Tom Hardy will reprise his Eddie Brock Venom role again in theaters on July 12th. Sony made several changes to its release calendar including delays to Craven the Hunter, a Ghostbusters sequel and Spider -Man Beyond the Spider -Verse, laying the first two and removing Spidey from the calendar until further notice. I'm Brian Shook. The Houston Police Department is out with its final report on the deadly 2021 Travis Scott Astro World Festival. Ten people were killed in a stampede. It's more than 1 ,000 pages. Victims who were trampled were described as bruised and bloodied. Some told paramedics that the lighting on the stage caused them to have a seizure. In a transcribed interview, Scott's team complained that police near the stage were using their cell phones to record the performance instead of And watching the Greta crowd. Gerwig's Barbie is expected to add to its massive box office total this weekend. The film is projected to cross the $700 million mark worldwide by Sunday. It's already secured the biggest week in history for a Warner Brothers film at over $6 globally. million And that's the very latest, I'm Jim Forbes. And now this Bloomberg Sports Update. The anguish continued for Yankees fans. They had nearly to wait two months to get Aaron Judge back on the field. Add a couple more hours to it. We had a rain delay that took the game to first 935 pitch in Baltimore to open up a three game series. It was scoreless until the home half of the ninth, Anthony Santander, a home run off Tommy Canley, one nothing. That's your final Baltimore wins it there in first place. Aaron Judge, he dhed, he batted second, lined out his first plate appearance. And then he threw three consecutive walks. Good outing for Garrett Cole, Grayson Rodriguez. Both were throwing outs, both got no decisions. Yankees now in last place, Orioles atop the division, followed by Tampa Bay, Toronto, Boston. The road doesn't get any easier for the bombers as well. They return home on Monday to open up a series against the Tampa Bay Rays. Mets crushed the Nationals 5 -1 at City Field. Pete Alonso won the game by himself at the plate. He followed up a mammoth blast of over 450 feet with another home run. He becomes the second meant in history to have four 30 -plus home run seasons joining Mike Piazza. He was responsible for all five runs. Pitcher Max Scherzer, the first to own up to the Mets disappointing season, turned in one of his best outings. He dealt seven innings allowing one earned run and fan seven. He is 9 -4. New York needed just three pitchers and no save situation as they scramble after the trade of David Robertson to the Marlins. Mets have won two straight but they're still in fourth place. Game three of the four game set Saturday at 710. Carlos Carrasco hosting Patrick Corbin. NFL News Jets and Giants both open camp this week. Say what you will about Aaron Rodgers. He won over some fans in a major way restructuring his deal by 35 million over the next two years so the Jets can pursue a more competitive roster. They open the preseason Thursday against the Browns in the Hall of Fame game. In the WNBA the Minnesota links beat the New York Liberty 88 83. With your Bloomberg Sports Update, I'm Rob Buschka. This is a Bloomberg Money Minute. An infant formula startup called Bobby made a deal recently that will expand its manufacturing capacity. Bobby's CEO Laura Modi says the entire industry should be doing the same thing. We're still putting out products from the same few facilities and largely from the same few companies. For Abbott, companies Perrigo, Nestle and Mead Johnson make 90 % of the US formula supply at a handful of factories, which a year and a half ago made an existing baby formula shortage even worse. FDA inspectors temporarily shut down Abbott's biggest formula plant when they discovered deadly bacteria in samples. I actually think we are truly one bacteria away from having another shortage like last And year. shortages, whilst body, persist today. There may be some shelves that remain out of stock while others are plentiful. The answer, Modi says, we need to build redundancy. This industry needs resiliency so that we don't go through this again Tracy Jonkie, Bloomberg Radio. Welcome to Bloomberg opinion. I'm Amy Morris. This week we look at questions about COVID. Why are some people more at risk than others? Why are some people struggling with long COVID while others remain asymptomatic? New research shows the answer could be in our genes. And then we talk about the Supreme Court decision impacting affirmative action on college campuses. How could this apply to your workplace? There are some who argue that white men face a hiring disadvantage. We'll check those numbers. And then a look at the oppressive heat that most of the country and the world is going through. Oceans near Florida are topping 100 disease. hospitals are resorting to ice -filled body bags to lower patients' temperatures. Where is this coming from? And have we reached a climate change tipping point? But we begin with El Salvador, the
"mead johnson" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Useless. They're pointless. By and large. And they're not there to help us. No. Although I will give them a warm fuzzy rub on the head. The house easily patched the wick bill whence the evening. With a rare bipartisan vote of 414 to 9. Where is it? Yes, Senate. So, you know, they passed the 28 billion emergency spending bill to help the FDA restock shelves in bolster food safety. So, you know, it's really sad to, you know, it's really sad when they have to pass bills to ensure that baby formula is protected and doesn't run out. Yeah, next up, the Senate. Which ones do nothing? Nothing. No. Now, Abbott nutrition was one of those countries. A country's excuse me companies. That dominates the baby food industry. But they shuddered their plan and Sturgis Michigan in February. And that's the plant that was linked to four ks of rare bacterial infection. And two of those four infants who became ill and hospitalized died. Now. I. Am at a loss to understand why. The FDA doesn't perform more stringent inspections. Why the labs, the FDA owns, does not pull out all the stops to ensure that all of this baby formula is as safe as it can be. As well as the other food that goes out to consumers. But Abbott reached a deal with the FDA on the necessary steps to reopen the plant. And they think, oh, well, maybe it's going to take two weeks. That's the slap on the wrist you mentioned. Exactly. Yeah. Remember, I mentioned there were four other makers that dominate the market. Looking up one of them, yep. There's me Johnson. To a lesser extent, the article says Nestlé and perigo. Pierogi, whatever their name is. The same company Leslie, that likes to steal water resources. By the way, you know, the chocolate company guys, Nestlé, the chocolate company. It's also the largest bottler in the world of spring water, so to speak, that steals the water shortages that go on in California and all the wildfires because they don't really have any water to fight fires out there. Yeah, that company. They also make baby formula. Right. Now, I'm going to go out on a limb here, and this is coming from me. It's not coming from my brother or the shell specifically. But this is coming from me. I'm going to go out on a limb here, and I'm going to say that these shortages were not by accident. And here's what makes me say that. The Abbott recall and resulting shortages were especially disruptive for WIC recipients. About half of all babies born in the U.S. qualify for wick, which serves a low income families. Many of these households don't have the time or resources to drive around looking for alternative formula brands or scour the Internet for available stocks. Now, the mindset that exists is they think they're harming people of color. If they do this, well, that may be true. But if you look at the numbers, larger percentages of non people of color are really low income families. I can point you to two states in particular. Kentucky. And West Virginia. They're both red states. Both red states. Oh, West Virginia. Who was their senator? Yeah. You got it. What are you doing about it, Joe? Kentucky to the other one. That's Mitch McConnell. Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, as a matter of fact. Turtle man. It was just as a sleep as Joe Biden. All right, all right. All right, they all have a baby for you. Trump teachers should be doing about that. Right. Now, the article states, even if parents and caregivers could find alternative formulas, their benefits may not have covered this specific brand, they could find when the short incidents first hit. Now, the article states where the past three decades, wick has used what's called the sole source contracting, which is designed to save the program money by allowing the states to buy formula far below retail prices. The national wick association estimates that the state rebates save about one point billion in cost each year. So I bet you can't guess what three companies have been awarded contracts during this time. Yeah. Is one of them Nestlé? Abbott, mead Johnson and Nestlé. Now, Abbott leaves the pack with 49 wick contracts with states territories and tribal organizations. Tribal organizations. According to data from the national WIC association. That translates into about 47% of the 1.2 million infants getting formula benefits through the WIC pro program, excuse me. Do I need to keep going here, folks? Are we seeing what's happening here?.
"mead johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You're listening to Bloomberg sound on on Bloomberg radio Headline on the terminal house passes FDA baby formula bill but Senate fate uncertain We've talked about this a couple of times this hour But the house did pass $28 million in emergency funding for the FDA They say it'll address the shortage of infant formula House speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke about it today at her weekly briefing Back to the kitchen table for the babies for the children We were pleased yesterday That we were able to pass two bills that addressed the baby formula shortage Republicans are not interested The House bill opposed by Republicans who says it offers a blank check to the FDA as I read on the terminal without securing an immediate boost in formula supply Looks like it does not have enough support in the Senate to pass And so we're likely left with what the administration has already done here Of course invoking the defense production act to step up production of baby formula We reassembled a panel in the midst of the shortage now crisis With Rick Davis and Jeannie Chan xino Bloomberg politics contributors Rick We've gotten to this a couple of times on the program Now this has become a screaming headline President Biden says it is his top priority right now Speaker Pelosi likes to say the baby is crying now But are any of these going to help now Well it's kind of like putting Genie back in the bottle This has been going on for quite some time The public has already felt the pain of not being able to access a commodity that's critical to families all over the country And why it has taken this long for the administration then react And you could argue almost overreact right Now we're using military assets to fly baby for all around the world so that we can restock the shelves But where was this administration when this was already emerging I mean it was sort of blind and the FDA was out there basically making it harder to produce a supply With Abbott labs facility getting shut down And with no plan to reopen it Now all of a sudden there's a plan to reopen it So honestly it's reminiscent of the energy problem where we were short on supply prices started going up and then once again the administration tries to put their finger in the dike and keep it all together but it's all after the fact This could have been handled months ago should the FDA not be faulted for this or this something we're just going to all blame Abbott labs for You know it should have been handled months ago but we also need to step back and say that this has very little to do with the Biden administration we need to recognize this is a government created problem Explain why though because people want to blame the Biden administration Well because they happen to be in control of the government right now And I am critical of the speed at which they've done this And of course the president's operation what did he call operation fly formula and the defense production act That's going to do very little to solve it The real problem here is number one we have one supplier with 40% share that gets shut down and that is the same supplier 50% of the children born in this country fall under wick That one supplier has contracts with 49 states and then you add to that mead Johnson which has the other 15 because there's more than just states You have almost 90% of the babies in the wick program They are being served by these two companies So we have a problem number one again government created with this contracts everything is then on top of that being sourced in the U.S. I thought it was really interesting in your discussion with the representative She said she had a baby overseas We can trust the formula there We absolutely can And you can't be stopping that from coming in You know the president wants to fly planes and bring formula back our problem is not you know transport to Europe our problem is is that we haven't posed these enormous boundaries and obstacles to getting formula into this country So this is a government imposed mess It extends well beyond the Biden administration but of course they've got to solve it now And their plan right now is not going to do that much to address the problem of this 40% share Apparently not But a couple of things here Rick the FDA is part of the Biden administration and could have dealt with this months ago right Also the FDA has not had a chair until just a couple of weeks ago I mean there's been an acting chair in all of this through COVID This does date back through the beginnings of the year This goes back to last September as we heard from rosa de Laurel Is it not in your view the Biden administration's problem Yeah absolutely The Biden administration is on point here They've had time to make these kinds of changes if they had been focused on it And this is part of what we're seeing emerge is this lack of competency We talked a lot about it last summer over a year ago The competency issue came up with the really haphazard withdrawal that lost lives in Afghanistan started to raise questions amongst the electorate Is this really the administration that we had hoped for We were tired of all the drama around Trump and all we wanted was competency We didn't want to drama And now here we have drama again And it's not just this It's in the housing markets and the automobile markets in the labor markets This administration really needs to be able to articulate plan for how to get these post COVID transition into this new economy and not have these levels of shortages in all these different categories Jeannie should we be taking formula from China You know if it's safe we absolutely should be You know it unconscionable that the United States has babies that are going hungry because we can't source formula from overseas and we have basically one production that has 40% capacity I mean that's unconscionable So if it's safe it absolutely should be Democrats are attempting right now to say that you know they are going to pass these bills That's also a big source of frustration If a bill doesn't have 60 votes in the Senate no reason to pass it at this point except for political reasons and that's also what frustrates people in the constituency and voters There's a lot of that going on lately As we spend time with our panel Rick and Genie here on Bloomberg sound on I'm Joe Matthew in Washington I have to ask you both about George W. Bush You probably heard his comments from Dallas this was at an event on election integrity at his presidential library The George W. Bush presidential center in Dallas He was talking about election integrity and turning to Russia as an example of a place where elections are rigged His remark about the war in Ukraine where he misstated something turned into a joke You might also argue it turned into an admission And this has a lot of people talking and writing listen to what the former president George W. Bush said and we'll talk about it The result is an absence of checks and balances in Russia And the decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq I mean of Ukraine Iraq Anyway 75 Okay a couple of things there He said 75 of these referring to his age But right before that he said Iraq too So we had a slip up maybe a Freudian slip but then was it followed Rick buy an admission I'm sure it's on his mind right I mean he's done a better job than any president in memory of disappearing after his two terms of office And he was very unpopular because of the.
"mead johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A global news update Dozens of homes have been affected by the coastal fire burning along the coast of California's Orange County They're going to look at all aspects of what could have caused this devastating fire So as far as the specifics right now we don't have those specifics but our investigators will be looking at every possible cause That's Orange County fire authority assistant chief TJ mcgovern at least 20 homes have been destroyed 11 were damaged many of them multi-million dollar mansions the fire broke out Wednesday amid high winds between Laguna Beach and lagoon and Miguel It's 25% contained evacuation orders are still in place for about 130 homes President Biden is pushing state and local officials to dedicate more money from the American rescue plan toward efforts to make communities safer It makes a big difference when you know the community And that's been my approach from day one That's why we designed the American rescue plan not only to beat the pandemic but to rebuild our economy but to restore public safety He signed the massive COVID economic stimulus bill in March of last year Biden met with some local officials and police chiefs at The White House and noted the rising tide of violence that grew out of the pandemic A house panel is launching an investigation into the ongoing baby formula shortage the oversight committee is pressing manufacturers on steps they're taking to address the issue Democrats including committee chair Carolyn maloney requested documents about the shortage from heads of four formula companies mead Johnson nutrition Nestlé perrigo and Abbott nutrition They control almost 90% of the market That's according to lawmakers The man accused of shooting up a New York City subway is pleading not guilty to federal terrorism and gun related charges Authorities believe 62 year old Frank James called himself in the day after last month's attack that injured more than 20 people James was asked how he felt at the start of a hearing answering pretty good followed by a slew of questions James is due back in court July 25th he could face life behind bars if he's convicted on the terrorism count And consumer sentiment plunging amid inflation concerns the early reading from May fell more than 9% I'm Brad Siegel In California north coast wine grape seasons off to a wild start with freeze and drought concerns Julie Ryan has the latest Sonoma county is seeing some encouraging blooms and batches of grapes especially in Alexander and dry creek valleys where they've had warmer weather Napa Valley Lake and Mendocino counties are a little behind due to frost damage Some growers are having to choose between protecting from frost and conserving water Crop sizes have dropped in the region in the past few years because of drought and wildfires and now frost Overall the north coast is still in good shape this year despite those issues which is welcome to news for the $1 billion annual crop expected from the region I'm Julie Ryan An asteroid bigger than the Empire State Building will have a brush with earth this weekend NASA says the potentially dangerous space rock will fly by our planet Sunday evening and more than 18,000 mph They describe it as potentially dangerous because it will get within three and a half million miles of earth Anything closer than 4.6 million miles earns that distinction Chris Rock continues to tiptoe around the infamous Oscar slap while out on his current comedy tour Lisa Taylor has more The times of London reported the comedian quipped during his show at Royal Albert Hall Thursday I'm okay if anybody was wondering I got most of my hearing back While out on the ego death world tour raucous joked about waiting for a Netflix special to discuss the incident that saw Will Smith strike him across the face on stage at the Academy Awards At Thursday's show he joked anyone who says words hurt has never been punched in the face Smith was banned from attending the Oscars for the next decade following the slap I'm Lisa Taylor Officials in Shanghai aimed to get to zero COVID cases outside lockdown by May 20th the city has been on lockdown battling China's worst outbreak since the beginning of the pandemic restrictions could be eased in the city of 26 million where extended lockdowns have cost citizens to experience food shortages and mental health challenges I'm Brad Siegel Now this Bloomberg sports update criss-cross long slap shot bounced over penguins goaltender Louis Dominguez into the net with a minute 28 seconds left and the rangers defeated Pittsburgh 5 to three to push their thrilling first round series to a deciding game 7 on Sunday make a sabana jet had two goals and two assists Adam Fox with four assists Igor shish durkin stopped 31 shots to win on the road in this series for the first time Florida eliminates Washington with a four to three win over the capitals and over time in game 6 of their first round series The Yankees now 24 and 8 after attend to form when over the White Sox in Chicago four home runs for the Yankees John Carlos Stanton his tenth Aaron judge his 12th Joey Gallo and Josh Donaldson also homered Donaldson drove in three runs He added a double Garrett Cole gets the victory He pitched 6 plus innings allowed three runs on 6 hits 9 strikeouts the Yankees using a 14 inch attack to beat the White Sox Inter league action at city fields high France at a tiebreaking single in the 8th inning and the Mariners broke through against the mets bullpen to pull out a two one win Max Scherzer started for the vets and gets a new decision allowing just one run on three hits over 7 innings with 6 strikeouts Drew Smith gets the loss and relief Seattle play their first game ever at Citi Field and one for only the fourth time in 16 games Robinson Cano who was released by the mets last week as joined the San Diego Padres NBA playoffs Boston defeated Milwaukee one O 8 95 to force a 7th game in their conference semifinal series and the WNBA the liberty fall to one and two losing to Indiana in overtime 92 86 And through two rounds of play at the AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament a three way selling atop the leaderboard with Ryan Palmer David skins and Sebastian munoz all the 15 under par while the Bloomberg sports update on Sam Rogers.
"mead johnson" Discussed on The Radio Show
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Changing Bodies and Eating Disorders in ages 50+
"Side of going through this and how to navigate it. With a little more gentleness and peace. Erica. Welcome to nutrition matters podcast and thank you so much for joining me today. Thank you pay just pleasure? Air Cuddly. You just take a minute to talk about who you are what you do. Where you live kind of any relevant information again. Of course so I'm a registered Dietitian of course and I am in New York. I'm in Westchester. County, which is a suburb of New, York and I have an office. They are I have two other Dietitians who work with me and I've been a Dietitian for a long time. My God, thirty five years. I was thinking about that You know when I started out as a really traditional hospital are D-? but my career got really interesting. I wonder if you want me to talk a little bit about sort of that history, yeah, go for it. On a cliff's edge with the IT got interested. Tell us what got interesting. You know when I when I was first. I! You know I thought to myself I. Don't know I just don't want to work in a hospital. So what I found is I worked for a company Mead Johnson. They sold in formula and nutrition supplements United worked at a cancer hospital, so I was very familiar with on nutritional products, and so I figure out I'll take a jog and I was a sales person, and it's a really stressful job. I'll just say and I can't imagine anyone knowing what it's like to walk around walking through a city with samples of baby formula. Selling to doctors offices was really stressful but I did it. It was interesting. I learned how to sell. And then I just signed up, so it's really not using attrition skills, so I wonder I wonder public relations is, and I somehow got into public relations it was it was in the early nineties, and not not that any Dietitians we're working in public relations. didn't even know what it was, but I ended up working for a couple of different companies, and I was promoting primarily weight loss products. Things like light cheeses, artificial sweeteners thinking about this vitamins and minerals even sold the OP too fast I program. You know was part of that whole thing when Oprah. Lost all this weight for the first time, and she had this whole red wagon filled with fat and she. Dragged it across famous iconic moment. Yeah, no I actually grew up watching Oprah. Loved loved loved her, so I know exactly what you're talking about. So that was yeah I was a that was my whole thing I was Now I was in public relations and press releases about that amazing moment, and you know. I just did it for a while and I realized I just missed counseling I missed working with patients so No, that was sort of a ten year period of time that I've tried. Lots of different areas and I think is amazing. That has dietitians. We can work in so many different areas but I think I realized that. This whole thing with promoting diets just didn't feel right to me. So at that point I actually ended up having kids and I took a little time off and I got back into patient counseling by by way of doing a couple things I worked at a college teaching nutrition and I started to private practice Know which I did sort of around around raising my kids Kinda crazy worked out of my home so I just remember it being a really chaotic time now thinking now, Sir postmenopausal thinking back then how I had these kids and I tried to having practice private practice in my home, running around like crazy I mean it I just think to myself. We're super women that we can do it all so That's kind of back into page counseling. Yeah, that's that's a lot. That's a big. Transition to go from. That world to like okay now I have young kids, and I'm running a private practice. That must've been a must have been a lot. Well, it was a lot I. Did it gradually you know and I wanna say that I was relief fortunate that I was able to do that. You know not. Everyone is able to decide the hours that they want to work. It was very fortunate so what I did at that time besides being a Dietitian is I also realized how much I loved exercise and I became a personal trainer, so I ended up having this this. Ridiculous when I think about it a gigantic Jim in my home and became a home. Office where I'd have clients coming in I that time it was thinking it was sort of the early nineties into the mid nineties, helping clients with weight loss goals and the barriers to say helping them get. Healthy and strong getting fit, you know exercising and eating well thinking you know, just move more eat less than you'll lose weight. That was unfortunately my motto back then and I I have a little shame thinking back about it, although we only know, we know when we know it. And of course now I, realize how much potential harm that was causing but that private practice that I was in really grew around around my kids, and so as they got older, I was working more and. I ended up seeing a lot of families and a lot of kids at that point with I'm just gonNA. Put this in quotations because it really doesn't mean anything with weight concerns, so pediatricians referred a lot of families to me with kids that were in the quote, unquote, higher way categories and I taught. This program called shape down I. Don't know if you've ever heard of that but it was a weight loss program for I'm just GonNa put this again for kids that families. That's what it was and I I started sissy, a lot of eating disorders and serve. That's where. My interest in working with eating disorders came around just seeing seeing the harm of of these messages that these kids were getting, and the parents were frantic that their kids were in larger bodies and You know I think about it. That was sort of my defining moment of