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"megan gale" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

02:52 min | Last month

"megan gale" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Seven options. Because i am fired up this week and the one that really connected with my heart my soul. There is a brand new documentary. it's called untold. It's a series on netflix. I cannot vouch for any of them. Except for the one that follows the malice at the palace the mouse palace malice at the palace. Yes that is a fight at a basketball game. That happened in two thousand four. So why am i so upset about it. Now because new footage is released in this documentary that we never saw and it's so relevant to all the bullshit that's happening now. There are mass police officers. Like truly they could run into each other and not like looking at the dunk. That don't like clown music should have been playing the entire time. Can knuckleheads were on. There is horrific treatment of the media towards black men. There are unexplainable standards that we have set for professional athletes that we refused to take on to ourselves. Very simone biles. There is just anger and vitriol from the public directed at blackman that they do not understand and do not care to have any empathy for and it some of the worst behaved white people. I've ever seen like it is. It's the prequel to january. Six is what is happening at the palace while in two thousand and a while. I see what you mean. It just blew my mind a prequel john. It's fucked up. I'm gonna watch this documentary. You absolutely should just one other. This was something else. I was mad about major league. Baseball is thinking about entering into a deal with barstool sports. Do not do it. that is bad. that is terrible. Terrible baseball needs to go. Hey actually maybe less racism not more. Racism go in the direction of fernando top tease junior. Get away from dave portnoy. Do not look at him. Do not look at his bank account. Do not even look at a stool. You would sit on look at fernando totti's junior and him stirring and him eating the cereal and follow that direction from the white light towards the bright light toward the series that was to rance for the price of one and and steal twice the price. Thank you megan gale. Everybody malice at the palace. I liked the phrase. i like. it's an incredible name. I think that's why it has lasted so great branding so what happens. Somebody threw something a man through something. He is featured in the documentary. He do this day. Thinks he did nothing wrong. He is the victim. There's an amazing prosecutor in that will restore your faith in our justice system. I don't want that one day you'll go. Oh my god that guy is good. And then you'll read linearly anything else and go..

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"megan gale" Discussed on La Segunda Vuelta

La Segunda Vuelta

07:32 min | 2 months ago

"megan gale" Discussed on La Segunda Vuelta

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"megan gale" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

06:19 min | 2 months ago

"megan gale" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Been west welding. I think i mentioned this to you. Ellie but i've been watching tentacled right my takeaway which is just. It's just a guy he's from leeds. Yep he's send me photos we talked about in. We've done a crank audio coventry movie. Crank with jason. Not and it's got a special celebrity guests. It's clay. yeah she just the worst vibrant she could have dropped tremendous. We had a good sell watching this channel. And it's just a guy from lades any just. He goes to take place near where where he lives. I think and he gets. He orders. Some tyco i and then he did. He got a little folding table stuff in front of the restaurant and he gets his food and he just eats the food and very excited about the food. Yeah he just does it every day time. Yeah yeah well. I well we both saw black widow we weren't. We can talk about opinions if you want. But i'm not going to if you want to know my early opinion. I'm going to mention months adjustable. This way i'll tell you what i think. So that's my other podcast where we recommend stuff bit of steak next week will be the black widow. Episode will not be mason. It will it will will so whether you disney floss. Where the catch it in cinemas comeback. This time next week the black widow also been watching. Another youtube channel buckled. Theo adams. I guess this show for matthew t h e w adams and he reviews transformers. It fills my need for like looking at transforming all it. But i don't want to buy the transforms i randomly ran across him Oh my god. He's got a unit krahn. Yeah that's what i saw. It's like a half hour video of him. Like on boxing and transforming is that a good video yes like he's quick and he's funny and he's not taking the two series these guys a boring. Yeah and you'd never know. And he knows he's got a shaved head and you never know because like he's he's doing this video and he's just like And i and i i was seeing the situation was happening palestine and i just had to say something and i'm like aw no and he's like here's how you can help out and i'm like aww thank you on is. This was a long video and i slept. I got through it. And i didn't. I hope i'm glad you on a terrible person. He's got mega drive matron. He's got all these to all the transformers and people send him stuff any gender new ones ones all of this new ones old ones and like he's got he's got combined. It was devastated. He's gone all and they keep issuing like these one hundred optimus prime's now and yes sick. You got the one that transforms itself. That'd be a show. I don't know if he does have that very good. Well i've i've been. I watched a movie on. Netflix called fee straight. Doing a straight trilogy by some books. Tomorrow starring horror novels from the nineties or something. Yes so this one said ninety four. Then they're going to go back to seventy eight and then they're going to go back to the origin of how it all started in fear street. Zero origin was like silent which subjects at a jumps around a bit. It's good because it's it's very like heavy on the hora and like one person's head goes through breads loss or one point nine or whatever but a lot of the characters. I found the first movie. It's like these are all terrible people not terrible but like insufferable to to be on the by the end. I'd i'd really come around. I'm like yeah. It's interesting because they're releasing one every friday. The next three weeks on netflix. So that just going to that's wrought so just doom in bulk. And i think that's a really interesting strategy of relate so i'll be finishing these trilogies strategy if you don't mind movie out soon. What's that called it's called. it's it's it's part of soda bread. That's why i remember. It's gotten it's got a. 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"megan gale" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"megan gale" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"It's all for you it's all for you. I mean it does feel like the omen really anyway. An awesome namie. Don't you have a new podcast. You've been doing well absolutely thank you for bringing it up. I know i've told you before but don't hurt to tell you again. You know. I'm doing a podcast all about lifetime movies and it is called. I love a lifetime movie. 'cause that's true me and comedian. Megan gale who you have heard on this show in the past. We watch a new lifetime move every week. We break it down. We talked to actors from the films writers at other funny friends who we just wanna make go on the journey of watching a lifetime movie with us in fact i got andy. Come in an episode. So you better watch that one therapy slash lifetime. Crossover cannot wait you ideas. I'm like yeah like talking on podcast shore and i thought it would be good to have andy because the movie is called my husband's deadly past and so that can just be a good time to sort of get andy to sit down and share some things you know because he really does love podcasting and it's almost the best way to get him. To reveal. truth is via podcasts. I didn't meet did he well. That was time was deadly. That was a deadly support. The factory farming sated morally. Agree with folks but i love my chicken mcnuggets. And now and now i support morningstar farms support corn. I support named the third meet. Fake meet naomi. gary can be you breakers. Roll.

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"megan gale" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

05:24 min | 7 months ago

"megan gale" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Everyone and welcome to couples therapy. My name is andy. And i'm naomi real. I've couple couple of comedians on couples therapy in warranty. We answer a couple of different questions from a couple of different listeners. And this episode is the part two of the couples therapy. Yo is this racist. Crossover event killer crossover. So if you listened last week to ios andrew. In tony's baby welcome welcome to couples therapy. Yes there was a harrowing cliffhanger. I haven't listened to. I don't know how they ended it but we literally just stopped talking about the about racism. And then we're just like. Oh yeah. Didn't andy mentioned that there should be a cliffhanger. Something and then we're just like and then andrew was this like what if i our reveal a secret and then i think i talked about Who shot j who shot. Jr from dallas. Because andy loves references for young people which which happened before any of us. Were literally. Before i think maybe i had been conceived. Oh my god before we get into the wonderful episode just a touch of housekeeping honey. A light sweeping alight sting. I if you love andrew internee and yours is racist go to sub optimal pods dot com to get bonus content episodes of new pods. It's all happening there. They are the best in the game. Now while we talk a podcast maybe girls and move. Maybe boys'll and not binary march fourth minute podcast. I co host of megan gale. Also friend of this show called. I love a lifetime. Movie debuts can you imagine in two days in two days you got so you need to do is go on your on your podcast listener odd catcher as they call them pod catcher. They call him to give us five stars. Even though you haven't listened to it. I want you to subscribe. We watch lifetime movies. We recap them. beat by. They're always say and we talked to actors writers directors of the films. It is very fun. We get into it naomi. So did you ever think you would host not one but chew podcast to think that we now each have our own podcast. Outside of couples therapy. Absolutely not absolutely. I never thought in a million years. I have one podcast let alone to. Hey if you're plugging years beginnings that's the one i've been doing for the last eleven years. Just had ron more. The creator battle star galactica on. Hello you heard of it. Basically we need you to be just like signing from her content. Okay that's where the line is content content. I don't make content. I make lasting interviews that hit at the heart of the interviewee. I don't make god. I don't make content. I'm here to be content boom knicks. Put it on a shirt. France to amazing shows coming up online. Of course obviously were terrified of all other people in person so march six. We're doing a fundraiser. With socialist alternative is obviously disa's as rival sorry dsa. Sorry but they so. Basically in seattle one of the seattle city council members shama so want is being recalled by a bunch of right. Wing shitheads yip okay. Yep and so. we're raising funds to fight them off. Yes we gotta fight the power baby and look so we're hosting an amazing show. Online cavalcade of star advocate of stars including john early. Joe can booster butcher apart a non shirley and a bunch of other amazing people. Just go to our instagram or twitter and you will see a post up there. That has all the information. It's free to watch the telephone. Yeah telethon south of free to watch while you're watching if you are moved to donate we would love it. Yeah bills couple of bucks honey. It'll be wonderful a couple of bucks to amazon. We love it also then very next week. That a very saturday. Barry next saturday saturday march thirteenth as six. Pm pacific. nine pm eastern andy. I'll be coming together for the couple's therapy quarantine party colon one year in isolation and at the truth honey march thirteenth marks one year since it all began to. You know what we are survivors. So we say we're going to bring together show where we celebrate survive in all of this we have so shears a mehta and kenny deforest dwayne perkins and a friend and we will be answering your relationship questions in order for that to happen. You gotta give us some questions. Yes now this is a visual show. So well we thought. What are you sending videos asking these questions. Sending video more than two minutes. No more than two minutes. Get a right and tie. Two couples therapy potted gmail.com and we may select you to play on the show and then answer with our guests so again. Nowhere the two minutes relationship q. Two couples therapy pod at gmail.com. If you can do it by march eleventh for the march thirteenth show..

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"megan gale" Discussed on You Beauty

You Beauty

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"megan gale" Discussed on You Beauty

"Or as i like to call it the i can't remember when i lost slip through the mums skin type. God absolutely. I'm still breastfeeding so even telling me cheese. Before elevating wind again saw helps the skin to write after a reservatrol. Yeah definitely and lastly you go cospes so you are living that h life and you mentioned that you had a skin. Cancer scare a few years ago. What happened yeah. That was really quite frightening. So i saw it was actually a makeup artist. That kept saying to me. I keep seeing this on your lip that we have to use conceal ova. And she's like a swear. I didn't east do these tv. I can't cover it anymore. Said that made us realize. It was a red. And i went and saw dr michael freeman. Who is the same skin. Up to the poopie onto the innis twenty one. That's what i was there for that appointment for. And he had to do some pretty full on liza to it. 'cause it was of the family of the cancerous tots have forgotten which one that kind of blocked it from my mind's thinking i'd just get through it and it was scared because i was pregnant so we had to do laser and we couldn't remove it was also such a sensitive area on line but funnily enough with there's always a silver lining because not only did it make as all get checked in my family and that's so important and my partner had a couple he needed to look at but dr michael freeman created an entire range of sunscreen. That is so good to be able to talk about. It's called block b. l. And he's done makeup in it as well which is so great to have all my cups and mineral whether it's says strong vice foundation the protecting us from the sun and a good for the skin so it because it's done from a over a specialist. Santa it's all about not blocking your pause. It's anti-aging and are distinct to have son. Saif products is so important for us here in australia so i was stoked to find him. He doesn't even know. I'm talking about it so i love the fact i can honestly tell you. This is not an ad this is that may be thinking. I should be looking off to myself in the sun this summer. But i still wanna look good. Makeup blocks in saw outside of products. Is there any other listrik measures. You swear by to get your skin glowing off yes. I'm a little bit of kind of gal dress really nicely but he pm today so i have been following the medical medium for quite a while but for years. Now i've been doing celery juice every morning said my whole family does even my mom and dad and my sister. We will do for different reasons but for me a lot of my skinny. She's went away. The moment i started drinking pure salary. Jews first thing in the morning. That's what you do and then you don't have anything else for about twenty minutes off towards that was something that really has changed for me. I use green. Bali patter as well. I've done that every day. Since thousand teenager justice scoop of that and then these little things i i'm all about what you put it into your body. So whether it's saying quote from elle macpherson that she drinks mineral water before Said it's oxygenating skin with the bubbles or it's the chlorophyll that he megan gale taking..

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"megan gale" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"megan gale" Discussed on Women and Crime

"This podcast may contain content that is graphic and disturbing in nature listener discretion is advised as the country faces a crisis in race injustice. The cases we discussed today have helped bring our attention to some of the most significant injustices and important issues. But what can we actually do about it? This is episode nineteen racing climate in America. Meghan. We have some new patrons actually. We have two former students I saw that so I'm excited about all of them, but the two former students that was so cool all right so. To special shouts in Megan Gale Nick Hi Meghan I had megan an intro when she was a freshman I've had again in several of my classes, and she is just such an outstanding student and she's always just. She was so positive. She always brought something special to my classroom, so thank you mega agreed. Thank you so much. Making and we have rose rose West Dan I. I know I saw rose to I've had rose also several times and I can tell you that she is a serious academic and rose, was already at a at a graduate level at the undergraduate, and she elevated all of my classes as well so these are two really accomplished student amazing. Thank you guys so much to take care of their old professor. Right so I. Had a question I. Believe Right Meghan so rose dinner question which related to women in crime class, so she asked, or she said that she didn't recall learning about the issues. That female juvenile's go through or their crimes. They're likely to get involved with. So are there needs and crimes? The same as adult women are female, juvenile's tried as adults, the same rate as male juvenile's for the same crimes, and what kind of services and policies would be to be implemented to aid female, juvenile's who? Who are offenders that differ from adult women so multi part question? I did briefly cover this, but I can tell you that. Historically females were tried for different types of offenses more often for those status offenses where they were looked at as bad girls, breaking the rules, and that still holds true, they are now tried more for some of the crimes that males are, but they're also tried more for aggressive female crimes like historically they weren't tried for simple assaults, but now they are, it's like. Like zero tolerance. We're GONNA. Try You for the same things that we're going to try males so I would say females are still tried more often for status offenses. Is that also a function of a change in domestic violence laws? Yes, absolutely so when it used to. It's mandatory arrest for all parties now and so that's why both adult females and juvenile females are tried more often for these offenses that historically they were never tried for. Are Their needs different than males? Yes, because they do. Do Mirror the adult female population, and in the adult female population in prisons and in the system. We know that they suffer much it more or more extensive, physical sexual abuse and mental health issues and often dependency issues, so there are definitely those same needs are. They tried as often for adult crimes as males. No, but that's probably because there are also less of them. They're they're. They're not typically held, or they're not. The typical offenders bales are still perpetrating those more serious crimes more frequently. And finally what kind of services and policies would need to eight female juvenile's? That could be a whole class that could be an absolute whole class..

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"megan gale" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"megan gale" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning New York. This is the catch out trunk catch. Tv's he has Sunday morning New York City New York state. We would target of this last virus in this last war from the virus With us this morning is Richard Ravitch. Richard Has Been New York City. Mu Upstate politics. For Fifty Years Vulva five decades he was championed of the MTA. Lieutenant Governor and most notably one of financial minds that led Buick city out of the financial crisis in the late Seventies. The morning. Richard Ravitch are you this morning. I am well this morning. And it's a pleasure to speak to you. We used to see each other all the time and Italian restaurant where it's either of Goto at the moment but I'm glad to hear that you and your family are all well I me. I wish I could say I'll meet you for dinner but I think it's GonNa be a while. I'm I'm hoping New York City recovers fast. The going one really knows and financially people are concerned where what the truth is. We're all we in New York City New York State and I know you've been appointed to a new position. The Fair Recovery Taskforce. People look to you and say where are we? What's going on what I am going to share with? You is my opinion based on my knowledge. Not just from the task force which hasn't yet come to a conclusion. It's going to do sell the next week or so because the mayor has asked for a report or party true. I what you're hearing now is my my view and I'm in touch with them. The legislature the state controller with the people who are advising the governor. And let me tell you where. In deep deep trouble the revenue loss that New York City and New York state will suffer because of the virus and the unemployment claims and the fact that the restaurants are close to the stores are closed. It's affecting sales tax richards. It's going to affect property tax richards. People who own property that are dependent upon rents from stores and restaurants are hiring sir. She lawyers to get reduction in their property tax liabilities. If the city gets a reduction in property tax clearly reduction in sales tax and with as many people unemployed as there are millions in New York there will be a substantial reduction in income tax As well but the cities of this country realize the property taxes uniquely municipal source and nobody can predict at this point what the shortfall will be. The mayor is staff able staff car investor. But it is. It is a nine million dollar revenue shortfall. I personally think that it will be more used to deal with Megan gale bigots..

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"megan gale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"megan gale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Twenty six second a good sign okay that's a good sign for for for Canada reads brevity is a good time for Canada resisted by that mind ready for our second panelist use a big word is a is it a youtuber covering all types of topics with wellness and sexuality at the forefront on her YouTube channel from Vancouver British Columbia Elena fender what are you defending I'm defending small game hunting at the local coward gun club by Megan gale cold by Newfoundland and Labrador in making Gail cold yes Sir excited about this year thirty second starts when hearing this bell so this is unlike any book I've ever read and that's why I'm excited to defend it through writing that's both poetic and sharp coals shows you what it's like to walk through the world as a marginalized person so somebody team but less than whether that's a woman a person of color a low income person struggling to afford their next meal this book in part is a story of these things intersecting and Coles warns us at the start that it might hurt a little and it sure did twenty six seconds brevity again I mean I had more but your your hand was hovering over the bell I was trying to help me out here listen would you rather go panic or break the rules that's my question yeah so I lay offender there our second panelist our next panelist has been nominated for her work at four twenty twenty Screen Actors Guild ensemble award for her work in the handmaid's tale you might have seen on working moms or from black Kim's convenience the list goes on but I'll get right to welcoming Amanda Bruegel hi Amanda hi nice to see it nice to see if so what's the book you're defending I am defending we have always been here by Sam were happy are you ready I'm the I'm so ready I'm not gonna be twenty six seconds guys and I'm not sure if it is not my strong them and I get it so I'm gonna end up in the thirty seconds to talk over you you're gonna Best Picture Oscars me morning I I'm gonna keep it in the spelling never gonna start playing long string music to take you off are you ready look out here we go one two three every human shares the primal need to be accepted we have always been here is an uplifting memoir that provides a rare insight into the clear Muslim experience as seldom does one book provide validation for some while compelling others to make space for unfamiliar narratives listen as Canadians we make room for every voice as part of our collective DNA Sam avoid Sam's voice represents not one not two but three dismissed communities that deserve our attention making it by far the most urgent read of twenty twenty my second yeah less than thirty seconds that is unbelievable thanks I thought we were gonna have to bring in like an orchestra side eyes are playing you are live I mean you say stuff like you know take it out now after a good start and then to prove everybody read father thank thank you very much you might know our next panelist is the sharpshooting past talking tennis from Letterkenny she's the host of her own podcast called coffee with my mom she starring as merry in the soon to be released National Geographic drama series bark scans she isn't gonna walk a first nation outside of Montreal now she lives in Toronto going to DO horn welcome to Q. Hey are you ready for candidates yeah I guess so.

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"megan gale" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"megan gale" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"What do we think? This means I have to say with Cavill leaving superman as well. It does seem like one brothers are going. Yeah. We're no longer going down that roots of Justice to bring these guys together. We're just going to do solo movies an insieme what happens down the line. But that seems like a sensible strategy doesn't like re refreshing, even if it is soft reset seems to me like a decent plan like batmans Declan character Nolan has proved and burn this proved you can have truly phenomenal Batman films that have been great superman films. Well, these not bad characters. They've just fourteen how to give a rough patch. So let's see you know, what they can do. I think is soft REBA is probably the way to go with with all of this. I didn't think athlete was bad Bannon actually purchased by man, he was a bit sad. But I I. It just I don't think he had the film around him to support anything. Really? I didn't I didn't either of those films. I may have mentioned it once or twice. No. But I think we do risk a little bit of confusion with what's happening now. Because the I think the current state of play with DC films is very much. We're just going to do whatever works for this one film, which is probably better for the film's individually because it was not working whether we're trying to do. But at the same time, they do risk slightly confusing audiences are no use to the marvel model. And I wonder if that's going to become a little bit problems on the line. There's already there was some sort of hints of that already. So I I don't know if that's going to be an issue or not maybe not maybe I think I think, you know, their attempts to tie things together were working so badly. I think this is probably a better option, but they may be creating a little bit of troubled on the line works like made a lot of fish. So. Currency. I'm just assuming that was fun, and I'd like to in and of itself, and I don't think you need to have that relate to other nonsense and nobody needs to cyborg moving. So I think that's just you know, basics people give to basics who do. We do. We think it will be the new Batman Timothy Timothy shallow. May that That seems? seems quite all he just looked short because he's sending next Armie hammer. But no, I don't think he'll be Timothy Shaw me. No, I don't I don't. I can't see that hammer has been seriously suggested obviously he was in the mix ons before. Yeah. But he briefest moments. But I think he he still wouldn't be about coal. I think it'd be break home. If you don't know, by the way, Armie hammer was cast as Bruce Wayne about men in George. Miller's just as the way back in two thousand and seven alone was common. Green lantern. Megan gale was wonder woman. They had the castle ready to go. They built sets about two months from production. I think the writers strike was part of it as well. But it was something to do with funding it fell through at the last minute and the sets repented, and it just never happened. But he was about nineteen slash twenty. When he was cast as Batman back, then it was clearly an attempt to younger, Bruce, Wayne bicyc-. It was kind of. Young, but he's pretty much perfect casting. Really? And now he's what thirty two thirty three still much younger than the Aflac. Batman who was meant to be in his late forties, and kind of Batman had been through it all and was bit weary as this. This works for me. I'm excited by this. And by the time the movie comes out, we'll be four years since we saw Justice league. So I think that's kind of this kind of all right for for reports in Hollywood years if they do well. In the meantime, with with with flash with one woman nineteen Eighty-four, you know, it may be that. We'll completely turn around to be like DC movies are awesome. Yeah. I commend was fine. Documenta long. Good stuff. All right. So there was more DC news as well. In the week. It's been confirmed that James Gunn is indeed in talks to direct suicide squad too. Which is now known as Lisa aside squads..

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"megan gale" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Health Minute

Mayo Clinic Health Minute

11:33 min | 3 years ago

"megan gale" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Health Minute

"Shown there are many health benefits to having a companion. Animal pets can increase fitness, lower stress, and bring happiness to their owners. Health benefits may include decrease blood pressure, decreased feelings of loneliness, increased opportunities for exercise and outdoor activities, increased opportunities for socialization, but did you know that handling your pets food could make you sick, the centers for disease control and prevention says, dry and can pet food can be contaminated with germs that can make you and your family sick. So here's some tips to say safe while feeding your pet. Always wash your hands with soap and water after handling pet food or treats store pet food and treats away from where human food is stored and prepared, keep pet food and treats away from small children. Don't use your pets feeding bowls to scoop food use a dedicated Cup or scoop. The CDC does not recommend feeding raw diets to pets, salmonella and listeria bacteria have been found in raw diet pet food, including peckish ones found in pet stores. The mayo clinic news network. I'm Vivian Williams. Come back to Mayo Clinic Radio. I'm Dr Tom chives, and I'm Tracy McCray, Tracy. As we just discussed with neurosurgeon Dr. KENDALL Lee mayo clinic researchers have made it truly exciting breakthrough in the treatment of spinal cord injuries through electrical stimulation on an injured spinal cord and intense physical therapy. The first patient implanted with this device at mayo clinic is now strong enough to be able to stand and make movements that are resembling steps. The patient is actually able to hurt some control over his legs again, legs that were completely paralysed. The latest update on this research was recently published in nature medicine. We've heard about this exciting advancement from the neurosurgeons perspective, but an equally important part is the role played by physical medicine and rehabilitation in here to tell us about it is Dr Kristen sow and Megan Gill. Doctors was the director of mayo clinic's assistive and restorative technology laboratory, and Megan is a physical therapist. Actors lab, welcome both of you to the program. Thanks for he a good heavy, both. This must be exciting for both of you to to work on this project who's most excited. Meghan being a clinician and having experience of working at this population for fourteen fifteen years now, it's really exciting to be able to finally have something that we can tell her patients and our patients families that we're making progress towards recovery for those who have such a devastating injury, such as complete, spinal cord injuries. So it's it's really life changing for me as a professional. But also the experience is our patients that there's hope on the horizon is really, really mazing did you know for a world that this was coming something like this would ultimately become available? I had been kind of following the literature that had been coming out from the UCLA are collaborators from UCLA as well as the university of Louisville. So I was aware of this type of intervention and what was available to individuals will spend quite injuries and what they're comes were, which were really promising. But I think this paper and in our results really kind of our homerun compared to where it started. And so you know, we knew there was a possibility, but what was the level of ability and. What was the level of recovery was really beyond my belief at that point. So it's really amazing to see the progress that we've made to this point anything to add doctors, I guess I would like to just add that. I mean, I think it's exciting that that we, it mayo get to have a team that that is able to replicate this work and push it forward. And now we're really excited because we have this great team together and the possibilities are sort of endless now for what for what we can do next. So so what rolled is, is there a play and rehabilitation play in this whole process? And how important is that we know about the implant. We know about this team elation, but didn't this patient also have a significant amount of therapy before the implant was ever inserted? Yeah. So the part of the trial was for the first five to six months. We did physical therapy alone and just worked on the type of activities that were tasked Pacific to standing in stepping imbalanced training, which is what we continued with at after the surgery, but we really wanted to do the physical therapy intensively just to find out what kind of recovery is possible with just the therapy alone. This individual that where we published in the in the paper had very little physical therapy after his injury, three years prior other than the traditional conventional compensatory strategies. So it wasn't to the level of what we introduced in the rehab program with this trial. So he did five to six months of intense therapy with, you know, maybe minor improvements in terms of his endurance and his conditioning, but no recovery below his level of injury. So how do you, what sort of physical therapy do you do on someone who's legs are paralyzed? So our goal was to regain bliss activation and movement, which means to be able to intently. Move their legs or activate their muscles. Okay. So you were trying to get him to be able to move something that wouldn't Bove cra- but you can. And we were we using strategies that we use with other individuals with neurologic conditions on to try to engage the the neuro-muscular activity of the legs and the trunk, by loading them, and by going through the repetition of the fuction extension moments of the legs. So it's a standard of care that we typically follow for people who have some motor and sensory activision, but it's not the standard of care for people who have a complete paralysis injury such as these individuals. So you were trying to strengthen the muscles that you knew the patient would need to walk. Partially, yes. I remind you that when there's a spinal cord injury, there is no damage to the muscles, the damages in the spinal cord rare atrophy atrophy, definitely. So our purpose was tried to send sensory information up through the nervous system by loading the legs and providing tactile cues and movements of the legs that can be sent up through to the central nervous system to then try to make the connection in the nerves to then send a motor output to the muscles. So does this type of therapy continue indefinitely for the patient? So he quickly realized that, you know, you can't have editor electrical stimulation without physical therapy. We feel they're both integral into this type of recovery, so we know it's really important. You can put the implant in, but that it won't do any good if you don't have the therapy. That's our theory has yet to be proven as well, but we know physical therapy itself wasn't the answer. So we had the implant, and we added the therapy in the simulation together, and we got these miraculous results. What goes on from here is a little tricky because number one, like I said, this is not the standard of care for someone who has a completely severe spinal cord injuries. So to be able to send this individual out to the clinic now without the standard of care would be tricky because our clinicians don't know how to manage the stimulator in conjunction with therapy, which we feels really, really valuable. So we're at the point with this trial where we're really trying to integrate the home exercise program by Dennis neck. Titties have been really proven safe and possible for the individuals to do on their own at home with some minimal assistive devices, and then let them do that stuff at home on their own. And then and then as our job to figure out, you know, who is this appropriate one? Is it appropriate if it is appropriate and how do we implement it into standard of care? Joe Khomeini patients have had this later now at are presently going through therapy and what are the things that they're actually able to do that they couldn't do before. So we're on our second subject right now our patient. So we've enrolled to, we have some research funding to hopefully continue into a new protocol that will be very similar, but will allow us to enroll additional subjects right now, the subject, the first subject is able to, you know, stand alone for a long period of time. He's able to wheelchair-bound before, yes, he's able to walk or independently step on a treadmill and also overground with a Walker. So he has some assistance obviously to help him, you know, bear weight on his legs, but he's able to as Meghan describe volition Lee move his legs when he wants so on command. So that's really the exciting part is is where where we can go from here now improved bladder and bowel function for him. We've had some anecdotal improvements, although. We didn't measure those things directly. So at this point, our next studies we're going to do more data collections which we hope will help inform whether there's actual return of Balan bladder, but they do report kind of shorter bowel time. So that's a good thing. We just don't have evidence yet you're working with a second patient is it's very similar to what the first patient was or are no two patients, the same. Not patients. So how do we go from one or two individuals to millions because we know there are somewhere between five and six million people out there who have spinal cord injuries, maybe not complete, but partial. How do where do we go from here? How can we get this technology to Maureen for five million? So I think Meghan alluded to this earlier and we've probably both alluded to, you know, one thing we need is obviously to gain additional research support money to do this work to keep this team moving forward. I think one of the other critical questions is you know which patients will respond to this therapy in which ones will not. So can we come up with a way of saying, you know, out of the millions of patients, you know the, these people will respond in these won't so that we don't try to, you know, deliver a therapy that's not going to be a successful. Finally, do you believe that someday paralysis won't be permanent for all beige. It's well. We're. Making a turn because we used to just talk about how do we compensate for the deficits that are existing for this population, and now we're talking about how to recover and how do we make neuro plus ac- occur in the central nervous system. So definitely making the change in the progress of our managing and dealing with spinal cord injuries, but they're still WADA work to be done. Or you've made so much progress. So so far and it's an exciting technology and you both on such great work, and we wish you the very best of luck. We've been talking about spinal cord stimulation. The role of rehabilitation without Christians owl from mayo clinic's assistive and restorative technology laboratory. That's impressive. And mayo clinic physical therapists, Megan gale, thanks so much. At the mayo clinic. The primary guiding principle or value for all of us is the needs of the patient come first. Now, one group who helps carry out that mission is the mayo clinic volunteers. Mayo volunteers provide patients and visitors with hospitality services and amenities that help make a visit to the mayo clinic, a little more pleasant, a little more enjoyable, even if you're ill, volunteers are very important. I'll cross the world. Well, volunteers at mayo clinic, give tours and information. They work in libraries stores and patient treatment areas in the even offer some very popular services like caring canines and hand massages here to discuss

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"megan gale" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Health Minute

Mayo Clinic Health Minute

11:33 min | 3 years ago

"megan gale" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Health Minute

"Shown there are many health benefits to having a companion. Animal pets can increase fitness, lower stress, and bring happiness to their owners. Health benefits may include decrease blood pressure, decreased feelings of loneliness, increased opportunities for exercise and outdoor activities, increased opportunities for socialization, but did you know that handling your pets food could make you sick, the centers for disease control and prevention says, dry and can pet food can be contaminated with germs that can make you and your family sick. So here's some tips to say safe while feeding your pet. Always wash your hands with soap and water after handling pet food or treats store pet food and treats away from where human food is stored and prepared, keep pet food and treats away from small children. Don't use your pets feeding bowls to scoop food use a dedicated Cup or scoop. The CDC does not recommend feeding raw diets to pets, salmonella and listeria bacteria have been found in raw diet pet food, including peckish ones found in pet stores. The mayo clinic news network. I'm Vivian Williams. Come back to Mayo Clinic Radio. I'm Dr Tom chives, and I'm Tracy McCray, Tracy. As we just discussed with neurosurgeon Dr. KENDALL Lee mayo clinic researchers have made it truly exciting breakthrough in the treatment of spinal cord injuries through electrical stimulation on an injured spinal cord and intense physical therapy. The first patient implanted with this device at mayo clinic is now strong enough to be able to stand and make movements that are resembling steps. The patient is actually able to hurt some control over his legs again, legs that were completely paralysed. The latest update on this research was recently published in nature medicine. We've heard about this exciting advancement from the neurosurgeons perspective, but an equally important part is the role played by physical medicine and rehabilitation in here to tell us about it is Dr Kristen sow and Megan Gill. Doctors was the director of mayo clinic's assistive and restorative technology laboratory, and Megan is a physical therapist. Actors lab, welcome both of you to the program. Thanks for he a good heavy, both. This must be exciting for both of you to to work on this project who's most excited. Meghan being a clinician and having experience of working at this population for fourteen fifteen years now, it's really exciting to be able to finally have something that we can tell her patients and our patients families that we're making progress towards recovery for those who have such a devastating injury, such as complete, spinal cord injuries. So it's it's really life changing for me as a professional. But also the experience is our patients that there's hope on the horizon is really, really mazing did you know for a world that this was coming something like this would ultimately become available? I had been kind of following the literature that had been coming out from the UCLA are collaborators from UCLA as well as the university of Louisville. So I was aware of this type of intervention and what was available to individuals will spend quite injuries and what they're comes were, which were really promising. But I think this paper and in our results really kind of our homerun compared to where it started. And so you know, we knew there was a possibility, but what was the level of ability and. What was the level of recovery was really beyond my belief at that point. So it's really amazing to see the progress that we've made to this point anything to add doctors, I guess I would like to just add that. I mean, I think it's exciting that that we, it mayo get to have a team that that is able to replicate this work and push it forward. And now we're really excited because we have this great team together and the possibilities are sort of endless now for what for what we can do next. So so what rolled is, is there a play and rehabilitation play in this whole process? And how important is that we know about the implant. We know about this team elation, but didn't this patient also have a significant amount of therapy before the implant was ever inserted? Yeah. So the part of the trial was for the first five to six months. We did physical therapy alone and just worked on the type of activities that were tasked Pacific to standing in stepping imbalanced training, which is what we continued with at after the surgery, but we really wanted to do the physical therapy intensively just to find out what kind of recovery is possible with just the therapy alone. This individual that where we published in the in the paper had very little physical therapy after his injury, three years prior other than the traditional conventional compensatory strategies. So it wasn't to the level of what we introduced in the rehab program with this trial. So he did five to six months of intense therapy with, you know, maybe minor improvements in terms of his endurance and his conditioning, but no recovery below his level of injury. So how do you, what sort of physical therapy do you do on someone who's legs are paralyzed? So our goal was to regain bliss activation and movement, which means to be able to intently. Move their legs or activate their muscles. Okay. So you were trying to get him to be able to move something that wouldn't Bove cra- but you can. And we were we using strategies that we use with other individuals with neurologic conditions on to try to engage the the neuro-muscular activity of the legs and the trunk, by loading them, and by going through the repetition of the fuction extension moments of the legs. So it's a standard of care that we typically follow for people who have some motor and sensory activision, but it's not the standard of care for people who have a complete paralysis injury such as these individuals. So you were trying to strengthen the muscles that you knew the patient would need to walk. Partially, yes. I remind you that when there's a spinal cord injury, there is no damage to the muscles, the damages in the spinal cord rare atrophy atrophy, definitely. So our purpose was tried to send sensory information up through the nervous system by loading the legs and providing tactile cues and movements of the legs that can be sent up through to the central nervous system to then try to make the connection in the nerves to then send a motor output to the muscles. So does this type of therapy continue indefinitely for the patient? So he quickly realized that, you know, you can't have editor electrical stimulation without physical therapy. We feel they're both integral into this type of recovery, so we know it's really important. You can put the implant in, but that it won't do any good if you don't have the therapy. That's our theory has yet to be proven as well, but we know physical therapy itself wasn't the answer. So we had the implant, and we added the therapy in the simulation together, and we got these miraculous results. What goes on from here is a little tricky because number one, like I said, this is not the standard of care for someone who has a completely severe spinal cord injuries. So to be able to send this individual out to the clinic now without the standard of care would be tricky because our clinicians don't know how to manage the stimulator in conjunction with therapy, which we feels really, really valuable. So we're at the point with this trial where we're really trying to integrate the home exercise program by Dennis neck. Titties have been really proven safe and possible for the individuals to do on their own at home with some minimal assistive devices, and then let them do that stuff at home on their own. And then and then as our job to figure out, you know, who is this appropriate one? Is it appropriate if it is appropriate and how do we implement it into standard of care? Joe Khomeini patients have had this later now at are presently going through therapy and what are the things that they're actually able to do that they couldn't do before. So we're on our second subject right now our patient. So we've enrolled to, we have some research funding to hopefully continue into a new protocol that will be very similar, but will allow us to enroll additional subjects right now, the subject, the first subject is able to, you know, stand alone for a long period of time. He's able to wheelchair-bound before, yes, he's able to walk or independently step on a treadmill and also overground with a Walker. So he has some assistance obviously to help him, you know, bear weight on his legs, but he's able to as Meghan describe volition Lee move his legs when he wants so on command. So that's really the exciting part is is where where we can go from here now improved bladder and bowel function for him. We've had some anecdotal improvements, although. We didn't measure those things directly. So at this point, our next studies we're going to do more data collections which we hope will help inform whether there's actual return of Balan bladder, but they do report kind of shorter bowel time. So that's a good thing. We just don't have evidence yet you're working with a second patient is it's very similar to what the first patient was or are no two patients, the same. Not patients. So how do we go from one or two individuals to millions because we know there are somewhere between five and six million people out there who have spinal cord injuries, maybe not complete, but partial. How do where do we go from here? How can we get this technology to Maureen for five million? So I think Meghan alluded to this earlier and we've probably both alluded to, you know, one thing we need is obviously to gain additional research support money to do this work to keep this team moving forward. I think one of the other critical questions is you know which patients will respond to this therapy in which ones will not. So can we come up with a way of saying, you know, out of the millions of patients, you know the, these people will respond in these won't so that we don't try to, you know, deliver a therapy that's not going to be a successful. Finally, do you believe that someday paralysis won't be permanent for all beige. It's well. We're. Making a turn because we used to just talk about how do we compensate for the deficits that are existing for this population, and now we're talking about how to recover and how do we make neuro plus ac- occur in the central nervous system. So definitely making the change in the progress of our managing and dealing with spinal cord injuries, but they're still WADA work to be done. Or you've made so much progress. So so far and it's an exciting technology and you both on such great work, and we wish you the very best of luck. We've been talking about spinal cord stimulation. The role of rehabilitation without Christians owl from mayo clinic's assistive and restorative technology laboratory. That's impressive. And mayo clinic physical therapists, Megan gale, thanks so much. At the mayo clinic. The primary guiding principle or value for all of us is the needs of the patient come first. Now, one group who helps carry out that mission is the mayo clinic volunteers. Mayo volunteers provide patients and visitors with hospitality services and amenities that help make a visit to the mayo clinic, a little more pleasant, a little more enjoyable, even if you're ill, volunteers are very important. I'll cross the world. Well, volunteers at mayo clinic, give tours and information. They work in libraries stores and patient treatment areas in the even offer some very popular services like caring canines and hand massages here to discuss

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"megan gale" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"megan gale" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Great names. Right, thank you. I was excited that great. There's a lot of. I don't have a literary yours is like Megan gale. Yeah, it It does does sound sound like. like up and down is kind of boring. Three. Sounds like this, like what your name is your superhero outfit. Has anything ever happened that ruined your name? Like for me, south park was a big situation because song Kyle's mom is a bitch came out. And then the song through your hands in the air that's on was. Never really in a situation where that song. Yeah, I'm my vote. Just the word coffee every day. Every day. Turnaround anything ever happened where your name is a part of her neck, Christie. Like in baby school, the money on the bus goes clink clink clink. Then after that, I think we sort of grew out of my name has gay. So that was not that bad for me, but for my brothers, right. I did a lot of like it means happily. That never would have even occurred to me. I'm so woke, I know your whole name. Oh, this guy words. You guys, you'll wrote the matrix. You've seen them even grasped the concept tricks. It was so funny when I ask you if there are any other movies that you hadn't seen because a new, you're doing the matrix. And so I wanted to know and there is never had never. Has there been three movies with less than common than the three of us have never seen Scarface divergent or the fault. We spent like a few hours all over tax, Meghan and Christie were on like AFI's top movies are movies of all time. I'm on like the top selling movies of the two thousand ten and two thousand. We're just going back and forth, and it's like seen it having seen heading to Christie had seen like most of the independent and like arts film. Hello film major had seen like the old. The old musicals I've seen. I've seen. I've seen a lot. I also haven't seen like godfather. I haven't seen a lot of stuff that's like everybody's seen it. Yeah, I think you're on our godfather board up. I sure am have the two of you see in the God. One of them. Definitely. The third one I know. It's a third. I've seen pieces of all of them. One of them in its entirety. I'd never heard of divergent. I know the fault in our stars to say, none of you went on our first date last year or two on the first date with high schoolers. I saw divergent being filmed too. They were filming in Chicago, and I was working like the worst day up standing on a street corner, giving people directions, not sexually. And then like just probably a thousand teens in like fake weird. Apocalyptic close came out. And we were like, what the fuck is sort of like I looked it up, is it like a maze runner. Not the hunger games, Daniel, Craig in it? No, I don't think is it an action movie? It's like Shaleen Woodley and they're like chosen young people. Something about them is their divergent, like I'm literally going. Wow, we. Yeah, no, honestly didn't care for her big little lies to the most people did. It did think she can handle her own amongst con visit the show on HBO or everyone is wildly famous. Yeah. And then. Will seem big little lies. Episode of this for you watching. All right, so good. Okay. I don't even know. What do you think it's about? I have. I have no idea that they seem to all live in wherever they live in new in California, and it's like real estate porn, like all of their houses are out of control like amazing, okay. But every once in someone goes, that was a big little lie released. I don't forget really now. Knowing how fast I would have watched it. So. My old roommate and I, we started, we started watching the slap and she was really disappointed to realize that someone didn't get slapped every episode. She thought every episode is gonna get. I would like that. So two different length and ends with someone getting slammed could be two minutes long tonight. It could be our five minutes. Jerry my watch this lab and he would always come home and go, are we going to watch the slap..

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"megan gale" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"megan gale" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Yeah i think the more important about the win on they wouldn't know made you going like supervise one position and the more important squawk in that position number leave and do contrast you know sometimes you go that juges tragic road by and we take the people i do like time throws try to see when of course they jeer the tell you and is what we're doing keeping shameful quish simple from like isabey danu slight soins early the season that has might be getting a little bit better use ten in time charlet empowering ace sanity an only eighteen point four kilometers that one half a minute down unfortunately for him behind pretty much everyone that he would have needed to be in front of so probably a bit of bit works through to is is interesting with the colombians though isn't it you know we've talked many times about it's fantastic emerging stage racer will generation of stage races on megan gale lopez is the name when everyone's lips at the moment especially also the tour of the outs last week i conducted a twitter poll last week who did people think was the colombian most likely to be the next colombian tour winner and lopez was the most popular answer i'm follow by canton and then chavis and iran very much in third and fourth position quite long way further back no note egan bernal there i think the the consensus as that as probably a couple of years away skies plan for him this year is hit that he does the wealth term memory in thinking a think so.

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