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"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

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03:09 min | Last month

"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. Un secretary general antonio guitarist said that he's been deeply saddened at the loss of life inflicted by deadly flooding from glacier in the indian himalayas at the weekend at least fourteen people reportedly died and over one hundred and seventy missing after the tragedy in uttarakhand province on sunday which also fifteen people rescued. Initially the united nations stands ready to contribute to ongoing rescue and assistance efforts. Mister gutierrez said in a statement according to reports a torrent of water rock and debris from the glossy cascaded into communities living downstream also damaging damn blasio bursts and the flash floods that they cause are extremely destructive natural hazards the himalayan region particularly vulnerable to such disasters which have been made more likely by climate change and temperature rise u n high commissioner for refugees. Filippo grandi has reiterated how important it is for venezuela's neighbors to continue to help all those leaving the country in such a food work shelter more than five million. Venezuelans have left their home. Say far seeking safety from violence insecurity lack of food and medicine and increasing poverty refugee agency. Unhcr the refugee agency chiefs appeal came on sunday. During his visit to colombia which like many countries which are aboard with venezuela now hosts the majority of those displaced mr grandy met the governor of lag guajira and local mayors in a region that hosts at one hundred fifty thousand venezuelan refugees and migrants in a tweet. Mr grandy congratulated them for working daily for the dignity of those fleeing and for their peaceful coexistence with host communities by promoting the regularization of refugees and migrants alarm now every deeply worrying conditions in northeast syria camps. Where the wives and children of extremist fighters have been detained for years and an appeal to fifty seven countries to bring back then nationals immediately at the al hawl camp the largest camp for refugees and internally displaced people in syria more than eighty percent of those being held are women and children senior n appointed independent rights. Experts said on monday leading the appeal for nola said that the situation was so dire. That grandparents are watching their grandchildren's starve. When talking on their cell phones speaking to journalists in geneva the special rapporteur explained that there was no reason but a lack of political will to explain why some countries with just a handful of detainees were being held in. Syria had not made more efforts to get them home. Misnamed leeann noted that some states have been successful in liberating their nationals while non-state armed groups such as the kurdish syrian defense forces. Stf were eager for them to go. I would urge those countries to bring back their nationals. The stf certainly the day facto authorities in the region do not want these individuals in their camps. They are pleading for them to be taken home. We have other countries including the united states. Which has offered and supported many of these returns so we have other countries prepared to help. There is no viable. Excuse other than political will that explains the lack of return in these cases fia newlyn alien special rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights while countering terrorism ending that item daniel johnson un news..

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"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

02:47 min | Last month

"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. U n chief. Antoni guitarist has spoken of his grave. Concern for hundreds of thousands of civilians affected by the crisis in ethiopia's tigra region in a statement issued on tuesday. Mr guitarist underscored the need for urgent efforts to protect populations. At risk he underlined the need for urgent steps to alleviate the humanitarian situation and extend protection to those endanger. Mister gutierrez also welcomed the positive engagement of ethiopian government during recent visits by senior u n officials including high commissioner for refugees. Philippa grandy at a press conference in addis ababa on monday. Mr grandy said that people needed all possible forms of support food items nonfood items medicine clean water and shelter amid ongoing violence in some parts of tigray by unnamed elements and militias key workers and other vulnerable people in one hundred forty five countries should receive covid nineteen vaccines in the first half of this year under the joint. Un led kovacs initiative for fair access to corona virus beating jobs. It's being confirmed the aim of wednesday's announcement by the world health organization. Who and partners is to help. Governments to prepare their vaccine distribution programs my providing details about which vaccine they can expect to receive between now and the end of june u. n. children's fund unicef which plays a key role in immunization campaigns worldwide welcomed the development describing kovacs as the largest vaccine procurement and supply operation ever mounted some one point two million doses of the pfizer biotech vaccine which requires ultra cold. Chain storage. ought to be delivered to countries in the first quarter of the year out of an agreed total of forty million another three hundred and thirty six million doses of the astrazeneca oxford jab will be dispatched to name all countries that have signed up to the kovacs scheme from afghanistan to zimbabwe wants. It has been approved for use by the health agency. The title number of days will cover on average three point three percent of the population of the countries benefiting from the scheme the un human rights office. Oh chr has said that. It is deeply dismayed at the more than two and a half year. Prison sentence handed down to russian opposition. Activist alexey navalny. Mr navalny returned to moscow last month from being recovering after allegedly being poisoned with a novichok nerve agent in a statement on wednesday chr noted that he'd been found guilty of violating the conditions of a two thousand fourteen suspended sentence for embezzlement that the european court of human rights that ruled to be arbitrary. Unfair manifestly unreasonable the. Un rights office also urged the authorities in russia t release all those detained for exercising their right to freedom of peaceful assembly and expression in the past few weeks of protests across the country. Spokesperson ravina shonda. Sanni cited reports that up to fourteen hundred. People were arrested on tuesday. The government must ensure that demonstrations are handled in line with its obligations under international human rights. Law she said daniel. Johnson you're news..

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Urgent steps needed to alleviate suffering in Ethiopia’s Tigray region: Guterres

UN News

00:44 sec | Last month

Urgent steps needed to alleviate suffering in Ethiopia’s Tigray region: Guterres

"U n chief. Antoni guitarist has spoken of his grave. Concern for hundreds of thousands of civilians affected by the crisis in ethiopia's tigra region in a statement issued on tuesday. Mr guitarist underscored the need for urgent efforts to protect populations. At risk he underlined the need for urgent steps to alleviate the humanitarian situation and extend protection to those endanger. Mister gutierrez also welcomed the positive engagement of ethiopian government during recent visits by senior u n officials including high commissioner for refugees. Philippa grandy at a press conference in addis ababa on monday. Mr grandy said that people needed all possible forms of support food items nonfood items medicine clean water and shelter amid ongoing violence in some parts of tigray by unnamed elements and militias

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"mr grandy" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Wow, That's amazing. So is this something that you have to? Um I mean, if you if I went online today, could I get my groceries tomorrow? I mean, how how quick of a turnaround is it for people? Well, some currently as we're ramping up in demand we are delivering Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Okay, and then we will continue to open those and open days as that demand increases, But so let's say this Friday, you hopped on at 10 A.m. and wanted to grow freeze early that afternoon down, it's that fast. Wow, that's amazing. I mean, that that's absolutely based Now, What are the prices like? Say if I wanted to get a gallon of organic milk, I mean, is it going to be comparable to what you would find at the grocery store? Yeah, Absolutely. Yeah. Okay, so it's the same. The same kind of price set up in the way that you're able to do this for free is purely from not having a customer operator of a store that lets customers in Right. I know. I think that way you don't have to do with the same overhead as a as a a conventional store on then also, um, we use a buying algorithm that is really good. It's job. Uh, that stocks as close to the exact amount of groceries for that week that as we're going to need, Esso, where as well when you say this, I would say that we that a conventional grocery store has 40% Waist. Approximately on we're sitting closer to around 10%. Wow. And is this obviously mostly, though the fresh might produce and dairy products and stuff like that, that you're not having toe obviously throw away. Okay, So how does it work out of employees Wise, then you have people obviously, staff in the dark store and then your delivery drivers stuff. What kind of job opportunities says it created here in Charlotte. Also, we are constantly hiring for picking Pack associates as well as drivers on you as we continue to expand those jobs multiply. Wow. How many customers of you ahead so far. What's the What's the reaction Been? I can say that we filled up our wait list. Um, you know, in the immediately prior art opening Um, come about 2000 people in one day, I think. Wow. So the desire is there for this sort of service. Wow, That's yeah, That's why I was so excited. When I saw this press release come across my desk. I was like, Oh, my gosh. What a great What a great concept and the fact that it's free is what still sort of boggles my mind that you're able to do this for free. So give us an example of some of the Products that you stock like that than you. No name brand kind of things. And is there a farmstead brand as well? Like you get a Harris Teeter brand or something like that. So no for Mr Grandy, Uh, bloody later down the road conversation here in the office. Um, I'm gonna mean it's really anything you can think of. You know, it Z. We have organic persimmons. And and then little Debbie's. I mean like that. I like that contrast there. That's pretty good. So now I I know that one of the big issues and in lots of cities, not just Charlotte is access to grocery stores that carry fresh produce and dairy and stuff like that. There's pockets all around the city and others that don't really have good access. How is this relevant? It seems like this one. Really be just a great way. Tol that need way agree. The issue of food deserts in a lot of cities and in Charlotte is a is a serious one. Everyone should have access to high quality groceries, no matter where they live. On something that you know, we were not preemptively told before it even had a chance to become a thing. Intentionally or not was that we will deliver to all of Charlotte. Okay, There is no area that we're not going to go in. We're not going to skip in area because it doesn't have enough, You know? Of the right. Customers know we delivered to Charlotte period. Okay, And that's the way farms that is going to be a park cord. Wow. So all you can go Davidson Matthews, Ballantine, Any which way you want to go? Huh? So, the plants here in strolling in the second, the demand picks up. We'll be opening up windows to accommodate it. We're ready now. On. We've got to expand rapidly from there. Wow. So how are you getting the word out to people? I mean, obviously something like this radio interviews doing it. But are you advertised? They were to let people know this exist? Yes. So the advertising team is really fantastic. And they launch ads across Facebook. Instagram. The at least of the vast majority of the advertising is happening online. Okay with a futuristic products. Yes, I got you. I got just so Hey, excellent. Won't tell us again where people can can find this information and how they can go ahead and register and get set up to get home delivery of their groceries. Yeah, Customer needs to do is hop onto farmstead at dot com and start selecting groceries. Excellent. All right. What is a great idea, and it sounds like this is gonna be something that's just gonna take off. I would think so. We've been speaking with Chris Prior. He's the hug manager for farmstead Charlotte a way to get your groceries. Fresh produce anything you.

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"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:47 min | 3 months ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the united nations levels of carbon dioxide co two in the atmosphere hit a new record of four hundred and ten point five parts per million in two thousand nineteen the world meteorological organization wmo has said in its annual greenhouse gas bulletin the un agency announced the concentrations of co two are expected to keep rising this year. This is despite a slight reduction in emissions. Owing to the covid nineteen pandemic carbon dioxide is the most important of several greenhouse gases that trap heat in the atmosphere and contribute to climate change. Its levels have risen by forty eight percent since pre industrial times. Wmo said in a press conference. Here's oxana tarassova. Wmo chief of atmospheric and environment research division speaking to a news conference in geneva which we have now in the atmosphere is accumulated scenes. Seventeen fifty so it's every single beat which would put in the atmosphere since that time. Actually foods the current concentration. It's not what happened today or yesterday. That's a whole history or the human economic and human development which actually lead us to this global four hundred tiem. Wmo secretary-general petrie. Talas said that. Caveat nineteen related lockdowns were expected to reduce this year's carbon dioxide emissions by between four and seven percent. This was despite the fact that pandemic lockdowns limited people's mobility but not their consumption of energy the un agency explained to yemen now and a dire warning from un children's fund unicef that youngsters are greater risk than ever as the country's slowly inches towards famine in her message unicef executive director henrietta. Four said that despite the agency's best efforts it cannot hold back. The tide indefinitely more than twelve million children need humanitarian assistance in yemen which has been locked in a widening civil conflict since two thousand fifteen in addition nearly three hundred and twenty five thousand children under the age of five suffer from severe acute malnutrition and fighting to survive. Miss four said adding that more than five million face a threat of color and acute watery diarrhea. The unicef chief urged all parties to the conflict to keep children out of harm's way and allow unhindered access to communities in need as their duty under international humanitarian law. Miss fort also called on donors to step up with urgently needed additional funds highlighting a gap of almost three hundred million dollars humanitarian aid alone will not avert a famine. No end the crisis. She said before calling for the war to end and support for the economy to help yemenis rebuild their country. A high level pledging for development conference in afghanistan got underway in geneva on monday. Where you and rights chief. Michelle bachelet has appeal to all parties to the conflict. Do more to save lives and commit to peace with a ceasefire in her message. To some seventy countries taking part ms bachelet said that more than two thousand civilians have been killed so far this year and nearly four thousand injured. She also urged the government and taliban representatives taking part in the peace negotiations in doha to make immediate commitments to safeguard civilian life. This move could save thousands of families from suffering lesson recruiter nations and bolster confidence and trust among negotiators. The high commissioner said she called on all armed actors to end attacks on and around hospitals and schools and to stop using them as military bases in his message to delegates. You in refugee chief. Filippo grandi also urged the international community to remain committed to the country. He also called for greater support for afghan refugees internally displaced and returnees at the end of his five day visit to kabul and the provinces of bamiyan and won the upward trend of violence which included killing maiming terrorizing displacing afghan civilians. Every day must be stopped immediately. Mr grandy said noting that it was the main driver of displacement daniel johnson un news..

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"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. Un secretary general antonio terraced has called for an investigation into a weekend long killing spree in the country's northern cabo delgado province in a mister gutierrez condemned reports of wanton brutality following reports of massacres by non-state armed groups in several villages in addition to multiple beheadings which state media said took place at a football ground women and children also kidnapped. The secretary general urged the country's authorities to conduct an investigation and hold those responsible to account he also called on all parties to the conflict to abide by their obligations under international law and repeated the un's commitment to continue supporting the country's immediate humanitarian needs. Its efforts to uphold human rights promote development and prevent violent extremism. The attack saw the latest violence aimed at civilians in the province which is rich in natural gas and gemstones social media platforms should use big data and artificial intelligence to eliminate trafficking in women and girls a un rights. Committee has said the committee on the elimination of discrimination against women. Door in geneva settled wednesday that women and girls continue to bear the brunt of the illegal trade it's cool to social media firms for better controls against traffickers and protection for victims stems from an increase in the use of online traps during the covid nineteen pandemic those behind the trafficking networks enjoy widespread impunity despite national and international laws and policies designed to tackle the problem the panel said online demand has been channeled through social media dark web at messaging platforms which provide easy access to potential victims but hide the identity of the perpetrators. The committee said among its recommendations. The panel urged the online platforms to use their big data artificial intelligence and analytics to identify any pattern that could lead to trafficking and help to identify those involved. Online firms should also put in place the appropriate governance structure and procedures which will allow them to be reactive in response and provide the relevant level of information to the concerned authorities. The un panel said many millions of people are stateless around the world an affront to humanity the head of the un refugee agency. Unhcr has said in a message calling for an end to statelessness by twenty twenty four filippo. Grandi said that action was needed now. More than ever as the corona virus crisis has left nationless people around the world without access to jobs or healthcare. it was in no one's interest for people to be left stateless and living on the margins of society vulnerable to disease said mr grandy he insisted that resolving statelessness came down to political will and that the consequences of inaction especially during the middle of a pandemic can be life threatening. Finally you went. Deputy secretary-general amina mohammed has visited communities. Displaced by violence in northeast nigeria. As part of a solidarity tour of west africa and the suhel to show support to countries during the nineteen pandemic miss muhammad travel to borno state in northeastern nigeria. a region that's been badly affected by years of conflict and where communities have been targeted by on extremists. In the town of banking in nigeria's border with cameroon she spoke to displaced people sheltering at a protection camp and nigerian refugees returning from cameroon. The un deputy chief said that thousands there clearly want to go home to resume their livelihoods and get access to basic services. Missouri habit also warned that many in the region face malnutrition linked to food insecurity in a call for collective action to prevent widespread hunger next year. Daniel johnson un news..

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"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:30 min | 5 months ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the United? Nations. The first twenty years of this century have seen a staggering rising climate disasters. The head of the UN Disaster Risk Reduction Agency U. N. D. R. Her said Mommy mid Satori also insisted that nearly all nations have done too little to prevent death and illness caused by heavy nineteen just as they were willfully not doing enough to tackle greenhouse gas emissions Mr. Tori was speaking at the launch of a report comparing the last four decades of global disaster data. She urged all countries to prepare better for all catastrophic events from earthquakes to soon nominees to biological threats such as the new corona virus. Good. Disastrous governance depends on political leadership above and delivery on the promises made. Five years ago when the Paris Agreement in the Sendai Framework for disaster risk reduction were adopted. But the sad fact is that we are willfully destructive and that is the conclusion of this report covid nineteen is but the latest proof that political and business leaders are yet tune into the world around them according to the U N. D R report produced Belgium's central research on the epidemiology of disasters at Ucla then that will more than seven thousand, three, hundred recorded disasters worldwide in the last twenty years more than one point two, million people died approximately sixty thousand per year with poorer nations witnessing death rates more than four times higher than richer nations. Secretary General Attorney Guitarist has announced that a food summit is to be held to help address hunger that affects hundreds of millions of people and tackle the climate emergency at the same time in a message marking the launch of world. Food. Week. Beginning Wednesday Mister Gutierrez said is needed to address the damage done to the planet by the way reproduced what we eat the systems that bring food to our tables how? They profound impact on our economies, our health, and the environment he said in a message adding that these production methods will also one of the main reasons we are failing to stay with our planet's ecological boundaries. The Cave nineteen pandemic has also highlighted how fragile these food systems are with millions more people hungry than before the crisis and millions of jobs lost the UN. Secretary General continued the summit will evolve to. Events starting the meeting in Rome to define actions for inclusive and sustainable food systems finally to the issue of mental health on the widespread despair experienced by refugees and displaced people in an alert the UN refugee agency UNHCR cited increased suicide attempts at camps in Uganda and a high number of helpline calls in Lebanon from people considering ending their lives or self-harm after the huge report blast in August in an appeal. For. Greater recognition of the Problem High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, highlighted the damaging impact of covid nineteen on people already in agent need of help in many cases those who survived in exile by earning meager wages in the informal sector have lost their jobs. He said adding that there was also the additional worry of not knowing when the pandemic will end or how they would protect their families if they got sick. The Need to support mental health assistance for displaced populations was critical before the pandemic. But now we're dealing with an emergency and a picture of widespread despair Mr Grandy said he described how many refugees tell us they see their futures crumbling and how the issues that drove them from their countries remain unresolved and they can't return home in a joint appeal with the World Health Organization, UNHCR out the international community to prioritize and boost essential mental health programs for refugees and those internally displaced Daniel Johnson. U. N. News..

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"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. A rare opportunity for peace in Libya should be seized by all those involved in the conflict. Secretary General Antonio Guitarist told a high level virtual meeting convened on Monday to stem the fighting noting that the conflict has been going on for far too long. He said that the country's future is at stake and called on all Libyan's to continue to work towards a lasting ceasefire. The summit comes amidst ongoing longstanding concern over unresolved conflict within. Libya and interference from outside states. The oil-rich country remained split between the UN recognized government of National Accord or GNA, and the self proclaimed Libyan National Army L. N. A. which launched an attack on the capital of Tripoli in. April. Two, thousand, nineteen, the chief of the UN refugee agency UNHCR said on Monday that maintaining humanitarian aid levels during the covid nineteen pandemic was a comparatively inexpensive way to save lives and protect people on the move. A. Along with host communities are facing what he calls a pandemic of poverty. Filippo Grandma told, UNHCR's annual executive committee that keeping aid flowing would mitigate the instability from growing pockets of marginalization, which would be more costly to address later. Despite. The UN chiefs call for global ceasefire. pan-demic conflict, violence, discrimination, human rights, violations, and political crises continue, and currently, there are nearly eighty million forcibly displaced people in the world of figure double that of ten years ago according to Mr Grandy. Stopping the virus and offering protection is not and must not be a zero sum equation. He said both are possible and lives can be saved. Turning to Yemen three top U. N. officials. There have welcomed the return of patients who had been receiving medical care in Jordan millions of Yemenis struggled daily to access treatment, and the country remains the worst humanitarian crisis on the planet. Because of the war blockades and breakdown of the health system, their only hope was to leave the country explains Lease grandy the UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen In collaboration with local health authorities, the World Health Organization, and the Office of the special envoy facilitated the flights back with the medical. Airbridge. U N, special envoy Martin Griffiths underscored the need to open Sanaa airport as a sustainable way for Yemenis to receive life saving treatments abroad as nearly eighty percent of the population that is over twenty four million people require some form of humanitarian assistance and Protection Lists Kapiti U. N. News..

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UN chief urges Libya cease-fire, warns its future at stake

UN News

01:39 min | 5 months ago

UN chief urges Libya cease-fire, warns its future at stake

"A rare opportunity for peace in Libya should be seized by all those involved in the conflict. Secretary General Antonio Guitarist told a high level virtual meeting convened on Monday to stem the fighting noting that the conflict has been going on for far too long. He said that the country's future is at stake and called on all Libyan's to continue to work towards a lasting ceasefire. The summit comes amidst ongoing longstanding concern over unresolved conflict within. Libya and interference from outside states. The oil-rich country remained split between the UN recognized government of National Accord or GNA, and the self proclaimed Libyan National Army L. N. A. which launched an attack on the capital of Tripoli in. April. Two, thousand, nineteen, the chief of the UN refugee agency UNHCR said on Monday that maintaining humanitarian aid levels during the covid nineteen pandemic was a comparatively inexpensive way to save lives and protect people on the move. A. Along with host communities are facing what he calls a pandemic of poverty. Filippo Grandma told, UNHCR's annual executive committee that keeping aid flowing would mitigate the instability from growing pockets of marginalization, which would be more costly to address later. Despite. The UN chiefs call for global ceasefire. pan-demic conflict, violence, discrimination, human rights, violations, and political crises continue, and currently, there are nearly eighty million forcibly displaced people in the world of figure double that of ten years ago according to Mr Grandy.

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"mr grandy" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

07:29 min | 9 months ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

"The best team. Regardless Mia. Would you wanNA play home from the fans? Yeah, we were people here on ice ward. Don't necessarily mean they go get it, and this is the same kind of concept. Those highlights going to be interesting when you look back on. It. NBA Finals Twenty twenty just empty arena. The game winning shot in slow motion. There's no one behind Lebron. Nobody. Not answered no, and then what they're saying. Is You know like other sports? No excessive half is no this. No, you know the the hardest. The hardest is going to be on dock nailed it. When he said it when he was talking to you. About is the referees they are going to hear. Everything had to be really smart with what that whistle, because they're gonNA be x I think there's almost extra pressure with them now because before there was pressure from the fans, but now there's pressure from the team because they're facing. You're going to hear every single word. Yeah, that's true you cannot. You cannot have rabbit ears bread. You cannot have a a a saucepan when it comes to this year because you say you. Can you hear so much more than you would have before? Even guys whisper no over there the but. And Whether you, oh! Now. Now so those are I think people awaiting and on top of that. You know you and I were talking about something good to. Just changing gears. We talked about the whole thing right now with Lance Armstrong. Polis. Your. Who these? Vis A vis. He yes, zero funds. Cleaning, House I'll give a day of a Oh. Give a damn whatever you. Teenage easy. You got evidence on me you. Back. I'm assuming you. Later on, he came back. He goes. Right. Those. Name, but it was the same thing with Mark Maguire. I can't wait for that and. Does. I mean what they they were talking about. Yeah, here's how you know steroids. And and they were it was. Was it robby oh? Palmiro got. A mono he came at me. He he lied in front of Congress, said Sir I've never. I have never ever used steroids. Today today. Today. Not Tomorrow. Last week just date. A use STIRBOIS's today. Really Yeah, you know the injections. They would take in and things that were doing the good old days Max. Oh! Baseball's in the forefront sports I. Mean, but that's the thing about the most for the basketball. There are too many times we think about people having. Anything this enhanced mean. We've had a couple of Blair's who you got suspended for. Drug violations about maybe Not Steroids Really Lake, supplements and stuff like them, but you know it isn't like you. See this massive guy and you go. Oh, my God. You know most NBA. Players are who they are. They lifted. They ran the deal with baseball. That was just absolutely crazy to come back from spring training, just looking like completely to. That do look like a be semi, and then you see, and then you see Lance Armstrong and you know just watching him in the muscles. Ripley's body and Then, he fought. Cancer did so many good things with his life, the live strong bands. Just, let go anywhere, but. The. Thing that he did just let his, but I remember. He was talking to side though some was. Essentially was. Protecting his dad. And you know my dad never did that. My Dad never did this. My Dad never did that. Stop Lying on my dad. Is Dead probably had. Squash down. And listen to his wife Lance Armstrong Swag watching their son go up. Get his book bag out the car and walk into a junior high place. You know they're in Utah Brutal is. which I mean, there's no filter at all. You know that dad to be they had to be. But you know God, you had to live strong you did. You did have strong classmates going through purity edgy you. Yes, so so yeah, we back, but yeah that that this year. What is going on what will go on? HOW WILL PERC-? You know we don't even know if you can just make the NBA. They want to finish this year. put put a bow on this year, and then let's see what happens next year in the beginning right well. And say which then what they're saying. Is that the players the players get paid. They. Don't get paid playoff. Checks, would they do as they get paid regular season checks? So that's why they're seeing right now. Probably maybe none of four 'cause you almost for the only had about. Go but probably you know maybe eighty five percents. He probably got about fifteen percent of your salary, which is still in the pockets of the owners, and so what they're trying to say is okay well. If you go ahead and finish the season or get finished his playhouse airbase, go get paid, and we'll pay your all your checks if you don't. Then Ba has an extra of the owners had eight own has had some rule in there that some drop dead nuclear bomb. Ruler there, which said Hey, they did not have to pay the players if they didn't play the Games. So. They're they're pulling all strings right now? Bro, a are pulling all strings. You've been talking to other media, friends and figuring this thing. How is GonNa Happen? I think we're all on the same page like Mr Grandy Brian Scallop, brainy people like that who, around the Celtics seemed to think the same thing that we're going to broadcasters are essentially going to be home. And we'll be probably doing this the games from Marcy Bulevar. Our studios over there will probably be the studio during the Games watching on TV per be. Near No. It doesn't matter what me one way or the other I think I would prefer no I shouldn't say that I would prefer to be there. But if I wasn't there I. Don't think I'm losing sleep. Considering the fact that I'm GONNA be about. Seven minutes from my apartment. I'll be coming back home. Travel.

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"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Un agencies together with the Bangladesh authorities have appealed for eight hundred seventy seven million dollars to support hundreds of thousands of Ruhengeri refugees from Myanmar. Where conditions are still not conducive for their safe. Return you in refugee agency chief. Filipo Grandi said on Tuesday in August. Twenty seventeen a military operation in Myanmar's Rakhine state in response to separatist violence prompted hundreds of thousands of ethnic grandeur to flay speaking on the sidelines of an appeal for eight hundred fifty. Five thousand ethnic hanger and more than four hundred and forty thousand vulnerable Bangladesh's in host communities. Mr Grandy urged me on March to take quick action to help the displaced return home to wreck state and integrate. In their own country the solution continues to be in Myanmar. The problem is that things that need to be done there to create conditions for refugees to return from Bangladesh into Myanmar are too slow and or not happening yet freedom of movement the return of internally displaced people that are in camps in. Rakhine state respect of housing land property. Mr Grandi insisted that the hanger needed clarity on the pathway to citizenship that various commissions have indicated as being the fundamental step that needs to be taken in reference to recommendations by you and appointed panels of experts to the Human Rights Council. Now which heard on Tuesday that child sexual exploitation sexual abuse and the use of children in prostitution a reality in all parts of the world in our report to member states at the UN's Talk Rights Forum Mode Debu reiterated about protection gaps for children who increasingly use the Internet at a younger age. She warned while the growth of the Internet had benefited people's lives. It also offered secrecy and anonymity to perpetrators who often acted with utter impunity. To eradicate discourage we need political will at the highest level determined and responsible leadership will eventually change to society as a whole impacting private individuals and business companies whose responsibility is increasingly obvious. We must make sure that children know their rights that their views matter and can safely report abuse and they can challenge any person no matter the authority or power. He or she has over them. The Special Rapporteur on the sale and sexual exploitation of children one that young boys and girls argued with false promises and coerced into the sex trade. Domestic servitude forced labor begging aunt forced marriage. She also noted that some states still prosecute children who are forced to carry out online pornographic displays. This is despite clear. Guidance from child rights experts that children victims and should never be criminalized and finally to South Sudan. Where we're not used to hearing a lot of good news perhaps after years of fighting between political opponents that's left a protection crisis and major humanitarian problems now in a welcome development. Un peacekeepers have just unveiled a large solar panel farm in the capital. Juba the project which was fourteen months in the making aims to reduce the environmental impact of the mission. And make its operations more sustainable speaking to you and US peacekeeping force engineer Ashram name Fuki said that these solar farm could save about three thousand liters of fuel every day. The installation is expected to reduce the number of noisy expensive and inefficient fuel generators from five to it will meet the energy needs of nine office buildings and the accommodation units of all the military personnel at the UN headquarters Daniel Johnson U. N. News..

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UN appeals for US$877 million for Rohingya refugee response in Bangladesh

UN News

01:25 min | 1 year ago

UN appeals for US$877 million for Rohingya refugee response in Bangladesh

"Un agencies together with the Bangladesh authorities have appealed for eight hundred seventy seven million dollars to support hundreds of thousands of Ruhengeri refugees from Myanmar. Where conditions are still not conducive for their safe. Return you in refugee agency chief. Filipo Grandi said on Tuesday in August. Twenty seventeen a military operation in Myanmar's Rakhine state in response to separatist violence prompted hundreds of thousands of ethnic grandeur to flay speaking on the sidelines of an appeal for eight hundred fifty. Five thousand ethnic hanger and more than four hundred and forty thousand vulnerable Bangladesh's in host communities. Mr Grandy urged me on March to take quick action to help the displaced return home to wreck state and integrate. In their own country the solution continues to be in Myanmar. The problem is that things that need to be done there to create conditions for refugees to return from Bangladesh into Myanmar are too slow and or not happening yet freedom of movement the return of internally displaced people that are in camps in. Rakhine state respect of housing land property. Mr Grandi insisted that the hanger needed clarity on the pathway to citizenship that various commissions have indicated as being the fundamental step that needs to be taken in reference to recommendations by you and appointed panels of

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"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The people of South Sudan have been deliberately starved in different parts of the country for ethnic and political reasons and sexual violence against women and men as a weapon of war has been ongoing. That's according to investigators appointed by the Human Rights Council who said on Thursday that South Sudan's leaders have been oblivious to the suffering of civilians. They've warned of conflict and terrible rights violations in large swathes of territory as a new deadline approaches for the formation of a unity government. After years of conflict has professor Andrew Clapham member of the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan the fact of destruction of crops or taking away possibility of access to water through the halls. And so on that can constitute the war crime of starvation because your intention is to starve the civilian population the fact that nobody has yet starved to death all that it hasn't reached a critical level in the WFP or follow criteria is confusing. But it's not essential for our work of prosecuting starvation. The point is that there's an intentional use of this method of warfare against the civilian population. In this case by both sides we've documented in the commission's report which will be presented to the Human Rights Council on the night the March both the government and armed groups are said to have pursued starvation policies. In whoa and Unity State's massive corruption which is siphoned off. Millions of dollars from the National Revenue Authority may also amount to economic crimes by senior government officials. The investigators say to Syria now. Where U N Refugee Agency Chief? Filipo Grandi has urged Turkey and other neighboring countries to take more fleeing Syrians in an appeal for a ceasefire in the war-torn North West. Mr Grandy said that the move was needed said that those most endangered can reach safety more than nine hundred thousand people have fled violence in Italy and Aleppo governorate in recent months has government forces backed by Russia have advanced against opposition armed groups close to the border with Turkey. The situation is dire as mainly women and children in your freezing temperatures aid. Agencies have frequently warned in a statement. Mr Grandee noted that Syria's neighbors were already hosting five point. Six million refugees from its nine year conflict particularly Turkey and that international support for them must be sustained and stepped up finally to Yemen where it's been confirmed that eight boys and eleven girls died in strikes in the opposition controlled north of the country at the weekend according to the UN Children's fund UNICEF The nineteen children were killed in attacks on Saturday. In the el-heija area of Al Jawf governorate violence in Yemen has increased. Since mid January with escalating clashes along several frontlines more than thirty thousand people have fled their homes in recent weeks and humanitarian are providing assistance in affected areas in a briefing to the UN Security Council on Cheese Day you and emergency relief coordinator. Mark said that Yemen is the world's worst humanitarian crisis with nearly eighty percent of the population in need of some form of humanitarian assistance and protection. Ten million people are a step away from famine and seven million are malnourished Daniel Johnson UN news..

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"mr grandy" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Love the right. Reverend Al are- Abbott uncle who had who had like Mrs off the truck and would only play Al Green in songs. It's that I think that. That is the blackest thing I think but he lives in Mexico so weird. Anyway I mean anyway. I completely took all of that down several roads. It's okay it's all right where we're talking talking about Our tendency to come plate interest Joya. Who I'm Barbara? I'm sorry conflate joy and happiness and use those terms interchangeably to change when in fact the truth is You know joy is a choice right happiness conditional. We're happy about specific things specific specific things you know maybe connected to or make us happy but joy is something that we choose. We choose joy. Despite our circumstances insist that being said The tedtalk which was call where joy highs and how to find it was by Ingrid for tell Lee who is as a designer and she talked about her work in understanding You know what joy is. She was told old and at the end of her first year review. She was told that her work made her reviewer joyful bring joy and she didn't really know how to take that it s feedback. Or you know. How do I use that constructively in terms of making like what what do I need like? Is that a good thing that a bad thing because designers supposed to make things efficient an easy and you know this was like utility You know in my work but you know it's good that my my Work brings you joy you know as as is my professor but like she was just fascinated by that You know and she as a designer became obsessed with understanding the practicality of joy and win about understanding. What are some of the things in life physical astro attributes of life aesthetic things of of life that elicit the sense of joy in individuals? So it really just got me thinking about And that work really kind of formed going forward on how to kind of curate in designed joy You know infused though those things into her designed to make people make sure that her work. Her design projects made people continue to feel good so I thought that that was it. What are we just was like an Ha Moment for me because it was like wow I never thought about joy in such a practical way And I thought it would be good for us to think about what brings us joy And with that being said what are some things that we can do to kind of infuse joy in our in our lives swin. We are feeling stressed out and things so I took to the INTERWEBS and have some questions here for you that we that could frame our conversation about finding finding joy. I'm interested to hear what the Internet hesters save so I asked really quickly to questions on the twitter and the INSTAGRAM I asked what I asked. What does joy feel like to you? You and then I asked folks to weigh in name three things that bring them joy not so. Many people responded to what joy feels like but We got lots and lots of responses around Things that bring them joy so I'm going to read The audacity at loves jazz says joy feels like warmth warmth. It covers you but doesn't overwhelm you. If fills you up and import out all around you. I thought that At natural curls and Kurt at hot Oh hot a monet like Jon Benet but hot She said joy feels like peace of mind nine and a feeling of contentment within myself for no reason other than existing At reckless princess says joy feels like acceptance of everything everything in my life. Even if it's not what I imagine Let's see here at her truths. One hundred said joy makes me feel like I'm flying. My happiness cannot be contained space. Everyone will feel it. Let's see here at Pretty Ass Swish. I know yes you'll see. Joy feels like a sense of happiness and peace of mind throughout my entire body anesthesia beaver housing at CK Veron says Choi feels like lightness. Peace and euphoria at Joyful C.. says joy feels like the warmth in this gives when it shines on my face the perfect cozy thins awesome theory. a-list negatives I was thinking I was thinking and I was like. Wow Wow. This is really logistical. I mean I don't think there's around in lieu of what brings you joy. What does joy feel like to you? Joy To me feels like like like how it just feels like an ex does does. It feels like contentment. If feels like I'm just in a place of peace And I know that the moment that I'm in and what I'm doing is exactly what I should be doing and what's happening for me is exactly what should be happening. And it's just kind of like a feeling just like all right that's so dope right. Joy is a piece of fresher. Joy is a piece of a place of a place of the pressure is a place of e is is the place of Deloitte like that like a place of relief a place of restoration for me like and I say it's a place because I feel like it's a place I intentionally because I might be sitting in some heat but go To the place of joy is the place where I feel cared for. Is the place where I feel at peace where I don't Oh have any worries or concerns it is it is joy where I feel like. I'm all right it's like I can't like you said like like I can just release piece all the tension in my body and it is the place where where I just feel and that's and we need more of that we we need lots more of that in in twenty twenty So let's move on to the things that bring joy. These are great. These are interesting instagram. Had some really really good thing to say about the things things they bringing you black some. Take a shot every time somebody said I don't know if I I don't know if I have any. Oh my goodness wait my incident. I was like I thought I was losing. No my but the sound is off. So that's just if you know how you double tap the rich rich okay Mr Refined said flats drums and rethinks. There may rejoice faith. Yes faith the died FEODOSIA says music maps. Food Ken Miss and Diego Says Sleep. heritable gummy bears and a good word from astor battle. Come on uh-huh Carletta Rene Says Wings and my direct deposit. Yes Theo Joe Fish says paid bills energy to get stuff done good food. I didn't have to cook and then Low Low in the two thousand said sleep good food and warmth forever Akeem says we the Clark sisters it just kind of sound like me. I love the class. Someone Spotty says visits cackles with the homeys and the loading girls. UBUNTU DREAM SAYS JESUS CANDLES IN SLEEVES. Calif candles Mr grandiosity says Anita Baker Wings Fried hard with blue cheese in a goose dirty Martini. Less Mr Grandy. Who of course he likes? Martinis Greg that Mrs Ambi Says Silence Shopping and Grace Miss Bond to you. What a witness Neef is really good food and drinks latte and laughing and when something in my research that's right Let's see AH UNORTHODOX says Jesus payday and grandma's peach cobbler and a shot. For every time somebody said Jesus indeed effortless dot beauty says beaches cutie. Not with the family and the sun cultivated naturally says the dope song. I've never heard Brench on a patio with aviators and not going where el-Bugi says hiking traveling and good food nurse. Shandra says food travelling in shopping topping the Buni breakdown boonies journ. She says journaling laughing. And Cindy my friends love notes. PG version Buni probably mid day but right because another shot. Let's see so Aldi. Inga says freshly shopping cancels cancels knowing that the Lord loves me and the first three minutes after an order the order the order of those things. You uh-huh oh man. We do our shut up around the castle. That's IT candy. So beauty says complete elite. Silence The Sun beaming on me an ability. Laugh that makes me hug crew elhage crew. LSD trio forty two says snaps a cool coal room in a good night's rest his name. Anthony says music wingstop in Tar Jay Graceful designs DOT CO says chicken. Chicken is huge. My bed and new sneakers meagan Monique Monique says. General Souls shake my head in the office reruns. Let's see silence silence. We'd and crab legs who is. Hey girl hey hey jade in hindsight nine hundred sixty two RAJAS Russia's waking up and seeing my direct deposit I know it's always a good feeling Yeah we got lots and lots ask you what are three things that bring joy. I thought I was going to say we'd and thank you Ash assured thought you say we just because I thought what I was GonNa say we One thing that brings me joy is when I when I have a plant which I have a lot of plan babies. ABC's and their thriving something about making sure and being able to see the needs of each plant. And and knowing that. I'm doing the things that I you know that they want. That's feeding them. You know that that makes them happy. It brings me joy because I'm like at my plant. Babies are doing well. Oh my so. That's something that brings me since George I. I love the play babies and it makes me sad when they're not doing well. I talked to him. I play music. You know what I'm saying. I lift up the shades in the morning. I say good morning to him. I thank them which I haven't done in a while and I need to do so that brings me joy One of the one of those real small feelings that just brings you joy that you forget.

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"mr grandy" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Wonderful today Brian would you like to Ford announcer less on will close on sure it's it's Rodriguez with a song called sugar man I I heard the song when I saw the documentary searching for sugar man I'd never I mean having heard of them before and was well it was a great story if you haven't seen the film it's it's very good you you said you said I did see it and it took Brian to remind me that had seen it and that's part of the wonder here you hang in the studio you get some very knowledgeable their work load because we're gonna have about a minute to play operated out this because I am the scene all those you so we with the BBC news the impeachment trial of Donald Trump has begun in the Senate the Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has outlined his intended Churchill today it will consider and pass an organizing resolution that will structure the first phase of the trial this initial set up will offer an early signal to our country can the Senate still serve our founding purpose can we still put fairness even handedness and historical precedent ahead of the partisan passion of the day the impeachment trial as soon as the Senate in US history Mr trump and his supporters argue that the charges against him were not criminal and then for the impeachment process is unjustified leading Democrats have already said the trials being rigged because there's no guarantee that evidence can be brought before the court they say this amounts to a cover up Washington correspondent Garia Donahue has been following developments congressional Democrats off furious at the rules for the Senate trial which they say amounts to an attempt by Republicans to organize a cover up on behalf of the president they plan to put down motions in the coming hours to demand documents from the White House and for the chance to call witnesses which are not allowed under the current rules however the numbers are against them in the Senate and it will require a full Republicans to vote with the Democrats if they ought to get that way president trump has attacked environmentalists as profits of doom in a speech at the World Economic Forum he told world business and political leaders in Davos to reject what he called predictions of the apocalypse by anonymous the Swedish climate change active is graded to unplug demanded immediate disinvestment from fossil fuels we don't need a low carbon economy we don't need to lower emissions are emissions have to stop if you are to have a chance to stay below the one point five degree targets and until we have the technologies that SK can put our emissions to minus that we must forgets about net zero we need real zero the head of the UN refugee agency has set the world must be prepared for large surge of people numbering millions leaving that countries as a result of climate change addressing the devil's foreign Filippo grandi all say reminded delegates that fleeing people fleeing immediate danger because of the climate crisis had a right to be considered as refugees and claim asylum Mr Grandy said such climate refugees would increasingly leave richer nations not just poor ones world news from the BBC Canada has said that analysis of the black box data from the passenger plane shot down by the Iranian ministry count be done in Iran the Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau said Iran lacked the technology needed to access the material the devices should be handed over to another country the Iranians going to carry out the analysis and they've complained that the US and France happened give them the required equipment the Pakistani government film senses of blocked the release of a controversial film of to religious conservatives threatened widespread protests against it to make it ring reports circus of life tells the story of an Islamic teacher who becomes ostracized when a video of him goes viral on courses religious offense but its theme of social and religious intolerance in Pakistan has proved controversial even before its release and despite the fact he won an international award at a Film Festival in South Korea last year the direct assessment quiz sat said he's received dozens of threats from extremists the hardline Islamist party announced protests now it's unclear when or indeed whether the film will be released in Pakistan prosecutors in Germany have such business premises across the country as part of the investigation to the Japanese call company Mitsubishi they're looking into possible manipulations of levels of emissions the raids also involve the German supply continental Mitsubishi is suspected of having installed illegal devices in vehicles with one point six and two point two liter diesel engines several of a comic is have been found guilty of similar offenses since twenty fourteen prince Harry and his wife Meghan have threatened legal action against press photographers who they say are hiding in the bushes outside their current residence on Vancouver Island Lewis said that you can doctors of Sussex were alarmed by paparazzi camped around the property in western Canada BBC news are.

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"mr grandy" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on WJR 760

"On this very show and also on our minds of medicine television show I haven't had a chance to a talk with you on the air lately bill nice to have you back with this thank you for being here thank you well it's it's a delight to talk to you again and I'm glad you're you're back on the horse you're back at it after the very difficult loss of your beloved wife Carol yes thank you Paul you honor me and my family by your your kind remembrance on air and your thoughts to me privately I can't ever thank you enough for for the wonderful humanity you showed me and my family my goodness the doctor we can't thank you enough for the countless lives that you have saved through your good work over the years and now you have some other news that we've touched on it before this Tabar valve replacement program with some people having a a build up on the flaps of their eight or aortic valve of their hard especially typically calcium buildup of the resulting condition called severe symptomatic aortic stenosis can cause shortness of breath shortness of breath and strength Lawson General lowering of the quality leads quality of life and now there is a less intrusive way to fix that yes Paul actually southeast Michigan has a very historic role in this Fred Grandy of from Grandy Ford for because you're grounded was the first person in North America to have one of these at valves implanted at Bowman hospital we did that in two thousand and five and at that time I would have never dreamed of those there be would have gotten as far and wide spread as it has over the last many years there's been numerous research studies that show that these procedures are dramatically effective this disease occurs in older patients typically over seventy and in the past traditionally open heart surgery was required to replace the valve the problem is that these older folks just really can't tolerate these big open heart operations and so nothing was being done and they were literally dying rapidly as Mr Grandy was and he was able to live for another six and a half years and had a wonderful quality of life I'm sure Fred greeted my wife Carol a few months ago yeah I'm sure of that doc I'm sure of that in these trance catheter aortic valve replacements that you've been performing tavern now with the FDA approval it's a broader a group of people that can benefit from this tell us about that right well initially because the the procedure was new and experimental we didn't really know how effective it was going to be so is only use kind of in desperation cases initially the FDA approved this in two thousand and twelve for people that are very very high risk having heart surgery a no because of the new studies they've been studies axis so that it's less dangerous to do whatever procedure than it is to do an open heart operation for most patients so I think that everyone that has this illness should contact their doctor to find out whether or not whether or not they would qualify it's not to say that opener surges gonna be eliminated there's still many many patients that for writing for a variety of technical reasons still need heart surgery but I would say that the vast majority of people are going to be treated with this less invasive procedure people are going home the next day I mean pop you mentioned that you have a new valve put in in our home within twenty four hours it's is and that's not routine for so it's really been a dramatic medical breakthrough and again we in southeast Michigan have been real pioneers in developing this program it's really something and it it really has opened up for virtually all patients are a couple of exceptions but virtually all patients for this tab or that that is as safe as any other surgery for most patients and far fewer complications and a quicker recovery without having to do massive open heart surgery right in it and again I think older people just really can't tolerate the or prolonged recuperation so all those things and I think the thing that's really wonderful that there's no controversy about this both their heart surgeons in the cardiologists agree that this is a very safe and effective therapy and I think we have a lot of consensus now that's not cancerous about this is really now whether you should do it but but where and with whom because there's no doubt that experience and and numbers really dictate the outcomes for these procedures well Henry Ford has a lot of experience was one of the leading Tabar centers in the United States thanks to you yeah you've had more than fifteen hundred patients go through the tavern experience there at Henry Ford quick question you've been doing hearts and keeping people alive for very long time Dr bill o'neill Henry Ford health system medical director have you seen a lot more heart troubles caused by well if you follow the the line there are more people on Lipitor and the Statens and then more people coming down with diabetes which also affects the heart are you seeing a lot more that well we're we're seeing an explosion of obesity Paul it's really kind of frightening honestly and the thing was very sad is that within the last two years has actually been a decline in American longevity and and largely because of obesity then subsequently diabetes and then subsequently heart disease so we're headed in the wrong direction and we you know Tyler but this multiple times died nexus as a really the key things of the hardest things especially here in Michigan but those are really the key to try to improve the life span and I think we are we we we we can really aggressively profess that coronary artery disease from progressing unfortunately we can't stop the arctic stenosis of that particular room you know this is going to continue and as we as the population ages we're going to see more and more of it but you know it's kind of like we're we're there's been a there was an epidemic of coronary disease of started around nineteen seventy and it peaked around two thousand and two and have between two thousand and two and two thousand and fourteen seems like we're starting to see a decline as lowering cholesterol and smoking cessation one away but now there's been an uptick again which is very very disturbing Hey well I got let you go what what was the procedure the calcium procedure you had me go through and you would recommend to a lot of people yeah there was a a a a C. T. scan which is a really good noninvasive way of taking a look at the arteries to making sure that there aren't any blockages in dangerous areas such as the widow maker area that people talk about but you pass then it's it's it's great news for yeah it sure is I and that's something people should look into appreciated that very much thank you Sir thank you Sir but talk to you soon Dr William W. bill o'neil director of the.

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"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations U N Secretary General and Tony Cottee his extended his condolences to the families of those killed in Sunday's landslides in the southern Chinese province of Guizhou following heavy rains in a statement. And released on Sunday Mister Gutierrez said that he was saddened by the loss of life and destruction of property caused by landslides according to media reports at least thirty six are believed to have died in the landslides which occurred on Tuesday in a village. Glitch in switching county. Mr Bush went on to commend the search and rescue operations being conducted by the government of China is rains continued to fall in offer the assistance of the United Nations if needed to assist in these efforts in the killing of some sixty five people by suspected Boko Haram terrorists in northeast Nigeria is been condemned by Filippo Grandi head of the U._N.. Refugee Agency U._N._H._C._R. as a terrible massacre in a tweet published on Sunday Mr. Grandy wrote that grave insecurity continues to devastate civilian lives in the region including more than two million displaced people and refugees according to media reports gunmen opened fire on a funeral at a village near might agree the capital. Of Birth State killing several immediately while others died trying to chase away the attackers militants from groups such as Book Aram have contributed to a decade-long humanitarian crisis in Borno civilians have borne the brunt of a conflict that. Has led to widespread forced displacement in human rights violations in finally more than forty thousand members of the scouting movement are being encouraged to stand up for human rights it to twenty four th World Scout Jamboree currently underway at an adventure central camp in West Virginia in the United States. The Jamboree brings together scouts from around the world to promote peace in mutual understanding and develop leadership and life skills these year the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michel Bushley Stoltze Scouts.

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News in Brief 29 July 2019

UN News

02:19 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 29 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations U N Secretary General and Tony Cottee his extended his condolences to the families of those killed in Sunday's landslides in the southern Chinese province of Guizhou following heavy rains in a statement. And released on Sunday Mister Gutierrez said that he was saddened by the loss of life and destruction of property caused by landslides according to media reports at least thirty six are believed to have died in the landslides which occurred on Tuesday in a village. Glitch in switching county. Mr Bush went on to commend the search and rescue operations being conducted by the government of China is rains continued to fall in offer the assistance of the United Nations if needed to assist in these efforts in the killing of some sixty five people by suspected Boko Haram terrorists in northeast Nigeria is been condemned by Filippo Grandi head of the U._N.. Refugee Agency U._N._H._C._R. as a terrible massacre in a tweet published on Sunday Mr. Grandy wrote that grave insecurity continues to devastate civilian lives in the region including more than two million displaced people and refugees according to media reports gunmen opened fire on a funeral at a village near might agree the capital. Of Birth State killing several immediately while others died trying to chase away the attackers militants from groups such as Book Aram have contributed to a decade-long humanitarian crisis in Borno civilians have borne the brunt of a conflict that. Has led to widespread forced displacement in human rights violations in finally more than forty thousand members of the scouting movement are being encouraged to stand up for human rights it to twenty four th World Scout Jamboree currently underway at an adventure central camp in West Virginia in the United States. The Jamboree brings together scouts from around the world to promote peace in mutual understanding and develop leadership and life skills these year the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michel Bushley Stoltze Scouts.

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"mr grandy" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on Amanpour

"Of the risks that people fear of violence of insecurity of taking jobs away, an uncertain economic situations in of of values being threatened. And of course, especially in the case of refugees that is totally the opposite, isn't it? People are fleeing from insecurity. People are fleeing because they're deprived of basic rights. So it's quite the opposite. And yet they're depicted us threats. And that brings votes. And that is what is very dangerous because it turns public opinion against this flows and then laws become more restrictive and the previous more open, more generous policies of accepting refugees get eroded and this is what we see all over the rich world. Unfortunately, the International Rescue Committee has also put out. Report to Mark World Refugee Day, but it goes to the heart of what you're just talking about. Four instance. Apparently sixty percent of Americans believed that the United States does have a moral responsibility to care for refugees and the facts show that not a single resettled. Refugee has committed a lethal attack on US soil since this whole modern resettlement effort began and was established in one thousand nine hundred eighty. And Furthermore, two-thirds of Americans recognize that resettled refugees actually do contribute a great amount to this societies to their economies to their cultures and everything. So if the people in places like America where we see this horrendous situation on the border right now, if they understand the need to help refugees, how do you counter the narrative of what you've just said? Populace politicians seeking votes is important to repeat. What the report says. It's important to continuously convey the true narrative. It's important to tell the stories of people not just of numbers, and this is what we're trying to do. You know, it's difficult. We and the and others are not political organizations where humanitarian organization, our voice carries less than that of politicians. But I also think that it is important to remind politicians that the voices are out. There are not just the voices of hostility of fear of rejection, this enormous solidarity this even more than the recognition you're talking about this active solidarity. Look at what happened if you days go in Spain. When the Aquarius finally docked in the only country that accepted thousands of people came to express redirected to bring help to the migrants and refugees that were. These embarked. So what I think is important for all of us is to tell politicians, listen also to that to those voices, not just not just to the negative voices. Listen to the positive voices of solidarity their voices. And these are also voices of people who vote. It is heartbreaking to think that only one western European country. One democracy would accept this boat full of refugees, your own country Italy refused. You can see what's happening in Germany where the interior minister is threatening the government of Angola Merckel of her generous refugee policy. Hungary has just passed a law which could make it a criminal offence for Hungary in or anybody in that country to help refugee. They could be imprisoned. The United States has created a zero tolerance policy that takes all this into a criminal zone away from the civic zone that it used to be. This is reminiscent Filipo Grandi of the kind of. Things that we saw during World War Two, the worst of the worst of our modern and recent historical experiences. If you start to thrive politically on negativity that's prescribe, I would agree with you. So it's important to come out in force all those that think otherwise and talk differently and influence the political dynamics in a different way. I entirely agree. It is also true that sometimes excesses sometimes crisis, like in this case, generate new solutions. I know for a fact that in Europe, for example, among all countries, there is a realization that these froze have to be managed otherwise, and that principle cannot be completely ignored. We're being consulted by European institutions by European Member States, and that's important. We need to put forward. A emeritus of a reasonable narrative. You know, these arrivals in Europe have gone down dramatically. In the last few months, there is no emergency. There is no refugee emergency. Jim urgency is here in Asia, is here in Africa, or I speak from is not in Europe, but we need to put forward column lead this narrative and put forward concrete proposal on how to manage this flaws in a pragmatic principle, but pragmatic manner. And this can only be based. And this is another very difficult challenge on sharing on doing it together. And this is what worries me as well is that Europe unfortunately seems to go country by country instead of as a political union as it should. And in fact, indeed, you say, Chancellor Merkel has tried for years to get a Europe-wide solution to this immigration problem, and they just haven't stepped up. None of the countries of stepped up. No, but I can tell you that. Even in the last few days, we've had several conversations with many influential Member States in Europe. And I think that there is a growing realization that we have to get our act together. They have to get their act together. And I mean, it literally get their act together if not, there will be no solution and one country after the other in separate moments, separate countries will pay the price by the way. Yes, there was a reaction from the talionis recently, but it is also true that Italy received most of the new arrivals. In the last year, there was a reaction in Germany, but it is also true that in two thousand fifteen, most of the refugees went to Germany. So it'd be these imbalances that have to be corrected and this can only be done through collective work to common solutions in which everybody has to give something to gain something. Let's just turn to the United States which has really galvanized the American people. Faith leaders in the United States, these terrible pictures, these terrible. Shapes of crying children being separated from their parents. I just want to ask you, do you know of any other civilized country that actually has a policy of separating or an agenda? I'm sorry because it is not a legal federal policy in the United States, an administration agenda of separating children from their parents in these kinds of situations. When I know Christiane that you will agree with me, I don't really classify countries in civilized or uncivilized. I think that there are countries unfortunately where where this happens, but it is. It is really wrong and the inhumane to separate children from their family. I can't think of any measure that could be so sore detrimental to the to the people that are suffering and that are ready hardship situation. So this, this really needs to stop you reluctant to use the word civilized. But doesn't our reaction and our response to these gravest needs sort of define our civilization define us as human beings. Yes, obviously, I think that this is what I tweeted this morning when I woke up on World Refugee Day here in initia- I wanted to remind everybody of the fundamentals that providing refuge protection asylum, call it as you wish to people in distress because they're fleeing from violence war persecution is is enact of humanity that all cultures, all cultures, all civilizations to use your worth share in history and currently and also, and I think it's important to remember that I mentioned as well. This principle is enshrined in international law in refugee law. So respecting that principle. Is not only upholding values. It's also fulfilling what I would call a legal obligation. So given that fact, and again, given the fact that zero tolerance is not an official US policy, it's an administration agenda of this current administration. What would you advise to the Trump administration for them to deal with whatever issues they have at their border security, the the, an all of that, but also respect the humanity and the humanitarian law for these people. There is a big problem at the border, and we've been dealing with this problem together constructively together with the US for years. Well, before this administration, there is a problem of huge backlog of asylum application. It's in the hundreds of thousands of the biggest in the world, but what needs to be done. There is investing the right resources in addressing this problem and reducing it not creating deterrence measures that. Go against basic right and basic humanity. And frankly, I believe are not effective in stopping the problem. The weights they intend to do Mr.. Grandy air appears that offer a huge amount of both domestic and global pressure. The president has vowed to reality and he is signing an executive order to keep families together at the border. Your response to that you must be delighted. I learned this from you now, and it is of course, welcome news and we can now go back to addressing the problem in principle, pragmatic, concrete, effective manner as we've been doing for years with the US administration. Thank you for letting me know Filippo Grandi. Thank you so much for joining us on this World Refugee Day. Thank you very much. Now, of course, according to sources, the fact that the president says he's going to keep families together does not mean that the zero tolerance policy is going to be rejected. So we'll see how that policy continues and whether families will be detained altogether. Now.

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"mr grandy" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"And make them take tough shots because they won't take that shot if you force them into it and you know they're just if you let their athleticism there length disrupt you too much in what you do you stop moving the ball forget it because they're just too long and they're gonna make it too difficult and i think it's making them and role specifically settle for long long jumpers and you know what you wouldn't give up in athletics and you have to make up for preparation quick feet and disciplined defensively to make you know 'cause they get a ton of dr thomas shots at the rim because they're so long and they get their into strikes and you know milton is awfully good to bari parker could be a game changer is not happy coming off the bench but he's very very victim off the bat so there's a lot of high end talent on this milwaukee so they're they're pretty scary gives sean a follow on twitter if you don't already at sean grandy p b p that's the p b p at the end of shawn's name and you'll be able to find and follow him on the interwebs mr grandy i appreciate it my friend enjoy a couple of down days and then it's right back into that playoff fire which you were very used to anything for you my friend you know that can be fun hey it's dan yorke now you can listen to wpro on alexa say alexa enabled the news talk wpro skill than to play us say alexa play news talk wpro is that easy to hear his every news talk ninety nine seven fm and am six thirty w p r o the dunkin go to's at dunkin donuts to egg and cheese wakeup wraps for two bucks to egg and cheese english muffins for three dollars or two bacon egg and cheese croissants for five dollars right now at dunkin donuts there the dunkin go to's double deals made for go getters that's right and it doesn't matter.

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mr grandy" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The celtics have their opponents and it's the opponent that we didn't want to see the celtics matched up against that would be the milwaukee bucks now maybe just maybe here listeners to the gresh show on wpro maybe i'm wrong about the match up and the preconceived notions needs to be debunked well joining us right now is noted bunker and the voice the radio voice of your boston celtics that would be sean grandy with me here on the gresh show on wpro mr grandy did i either mischaracterize your number one or did i miss character is the up i think we would have found a way being new england we would have found a way to make we ever matchup it turned out to be you know i think what makes the matchup difficult is the fact that there's no kyrie irving and no gordon hayward and no marcus smart and no daniel tyson that's what makes the match of difficult amount of who is going to be so i i don't you know there was not going to be an easy series in the first round and the walkie is team that actually like washington which i think was the other one that people really dreading underachieved during the year when you look at the athleticism and i'm seeing some kind of a crazy unexpected coaching change middle of the year but they're so long so athletic our bud so you know the head of the snake and i guess he knew what he's doing what he wanted out of phoenix like i ate it here whatever he knew what he was doing because he's he got involved with a real some really talented young players and they're not a great defensive team but they can make it difficult for what they're like well sean let's start with you mentioned no kyrie no hayward no marcus smart until maybe the end of this first round series you know does this brad stevens still continue to play all of this depth does he shorten the bench i mean how this brad go about using what bodies he does have on hand back certainly helps and i think i think the celtics have been very conscious of managing minutes all year long let's say kyrie had stayed fairly healthy healthy enough he was able to return you look at the number of.

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