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Can You Really Change Your Life with 1 Piece of Content
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and Neil Patel and today? We're GONNA. Talk about if you can really change your life with one piece of content, Oh my God. This is amazing all right so here. All start this off real quick. There's one piece I think neil can really just start rattling off examples, the answer to me at least is yes, because when I think about back lingo when Brian Deane really. Really took off. It's when he created that skyscraper tactic. He's a Condo so he coined a phrase, and then everyone started looking at dot. Skyscraper technique is basically creating a long form piece of content, but he explained it so well, and I think that really helped elevate his brand. That's just one example I think there's a lot more I can write off. I want to know what your answer is Neil and what examples you got. One piece of conduct definitely change. Your Life can change your. Business can change your marketing the issue that you're GONNA end up. Having is what is that one piece of content, and it's not always that you can planting what I'm. GonNa create in what's going to change my life. It's more so you put out a ton of content out there and some of it will hit really hard. Some of it won't and some of it will go viral and the one that goes viral and continuing linked to and used to in reference. That's the one that's GonNa Change Your Life, but it's hard. Hard to get to that one piece unless you go through dozens and dozens and dozens of articles that you right agreed I think it's to me writing away of really thinking. It's deeper thinking. It's articulating your thoughts because oftentimes. I'll find if I don't really know what I'm saying probably means I haven't spent enough time thinking about and writing actually forces me to think about it so I. I think it's really important that you get the reps in. Because if you guys read this book, it's called the talent code. There's this concept around mylan and Milot is basically you think about. About all the soccer players in the world, why is it that Brazilians are are so good? It's not 'cause they're from Brazil are to have any special training. It's because of the number of reps that they got because they play soccer or football on basketball courts like street ball, and they get a lot more touches on the ball. That's why they're the established. They've got more raps and that's why they have more talent. Right, so my point of saying that is just saying you get more wraps you write more kneel. I don't write nearly as much as we used at least I don't. Don't I think neil us so right once a week, but I think it's really important to get that skill going. Let me be not just writing videos as well, but get the reps going. Because you're going to suck with video, I suck with writing, and then you can really start to have a standout piece, but Neil. What are some examples you can think of I have one before why you think of it, so one guy that comes to mind he actually Gaetano. He's a VP of demand gen at next diva, so he wrote a piece before and I looked at Basically like at website was the called inbound dot org, which is now defunct, and he wrote a really good piece, so we actually commissioned him to write ten pieces for us. It was this really epic case study, and paid him a couple of thousand dollars, and we became friends after doing that, and then from there. You know introducing somebody else, but I wouldn't have known him if I didn't. Didn't hire him. If I didn't read his piece that one piece and we didn't hire him, and now he's doing amazing these for next eva and that one piece change everything speaking of next Eva Yaniv. WHO's a good friend? She found me through one piece of content, and that's how we became friends, and that's how he. He also knows Neil to because of that one piece of constant so. Exchange everything and then for me. One of the piece of conduct credited really early on was advanced guide to SEO and like I. Don't know how many pages is really through e book with fancy designs. That really helped get my name out there. Another one that I never expected was how spending X. dollars what the amount was on clothes made me why dollars Oh. Yeah, and our friends saw that one. They're sharing it with me. Yeah, and that one really went viral and people. That does the interest rate, so you don't always know what's GonNa hit like I never expected the clothes one to do well. It was just random, and I wrote about it and I thought
Actinium Pharma's Transformative Radiation Treatment
"So today. We're GONNA talk about a couple of things. COUPLE UPDATES we've seen in the last couple of weeks related to Jin Amarin, as well as Kerio farm that we heard today and I'm recording this on the twenty second of June. And, then the main story today we're GONNA, talk about actinium pharmaceuticals, and I think if everything goes well with them. They could be a big play now. This weird stuff around the stocks or we're GONNA touch a little bit on that, but I think that if the data continues to look as good as it has so far, they could really make a big change in the targeted radiation space, so we'll touch a little bit on that as well. But. Yeah, for me on a personal note. It's it's been busy. Things are kind of getting back to normal here. In San Diego, a lot of businesses have been opening up. So I've noticed that actually have a bit more of a social life now, so that's definitely been entertaining. Take me away from the market's a little bit, but you know I'm here today to talk about some awesome biotech company so with that. Let's get into it. And the first piece of news I wanted to touch on is biogenic and what we heard. Is that biogen's Tech Videira pen? Five one four was ruled invalid us. District, judge, and they closed Friday at two seventy one, and they did see a little bit more of a dip this week. As we've dealt with this already with Amarin we're hearing that Bison does plan on filing an appeal, but that appeal process can. Can take up to a year, but what's different here is that we're actually expecting at risk launch, so mylan has made it clear. Myelin the company sued by John. Over this patent made it clear that they're aiming for a November sixteenth approval day for Generic Tech. FIDORA, and they have already filed an da with the FDA which is the normal process by which a generic company has to get their medicine approved. By, June did kind of expect this to some capacity because they did launch a competing drug to tech Videira, called vulgarity and a little bit of a better safety profile, and they launched this just in case, the tech texture patent battle did go south because I believe there's other lawsuits coming up against this patent, but biogen launched Romerike parity in the hopes that they'll be able to shift the revenue. They've been getting from. Tech Fidora onto American and then maintain this juggernaut status since tech for their is their biggest selling medication, and it's about four billion dollars. Dollars per year they generate in this medicine, so they're going to hope to replace that with something and the loss of this patent protection means the generics are gonNA. Come on the market pretty soon and when I did mine. Alice's using a model that I had created. If I have the tech revenue, their stock price would go down to run to thirty, so I think what's going on here is investors are pricing in the potential of America to take a lot of that revenue from Tech Videira, which would help Jin, either that or the odds of winning? Winning an appeal are there so the stock is pricing in some upside? Despite the loss they suffered, and the other thing that's going on with biogen is they are planning to file the advocating B-. Be La in two three, twenty twenty and advocate the indication being Alzheimer's disease, which is a very very big patient population, so I think there is also some support for the stock given that biding could potentially get an Alzheimer's drug approved. If not late issue than early next year and I know there's a lot of controversy over the added Keenum data I think. Think personally. It's a coin flip whether or not the FDA is going to approve it. I think the the date is very shady and it shouldn't be approved, but strange things happened with the FDA before, so it is possible that they could lobby the FDA enough to get it approved the next company, and wanted to touch on is Amarin and just a little piece of news that we heard. Is that Amarin settled with the generic company called appetites, Apex Appetites, and this settlement would keep them from launching a CPA generic until August ninth of twenty twenty nine. And I saw a lot of excitement around this just because the logic being that if apex fought that ammon was going to lose the appeal, they wouldn't bother going through the motion to do the Selman agreement keeping Aptex from going to the mark until twenty, twenty nine. But, if I were to think about it logically, I assume that the lawyers between Amarin and APP attacks have been in discussions for months by now and that the failure of Amer to defend its patents just happened to go against Amarin APTEX was not expecting that, so they ended up filing the settlement agreement anyway, but I think that if Amazon is not successful in their appeal process I imagine appetites, April tax is going to be able to file a generic before this twenty twenty nine days, so to me this neither a positive thing, negative thing, but you know I'm still holding all my shares and will look forward to that appeal decision coming up later this year.
"mylan" Discussed on KOMO
"Signs show their concerns police Mylan is a public health issue and so is racism about seven thousand people turned out to city hall on the Saturday with little police presence at the actual demonstrations by name press and I am proud to be part of the journal this call Moses and fun reporting and hundreds attended a protest in downtown north bend yesterday afternoon organized by a multi high school senior in support of the black lives matter movement was billed as a family friendly gathering here's a sample organizers say they want to show their support for racial equality in Bellevue some changes as to how police arrest dangerous suspects como Steve McCarron has more Bellevue police department announced this week it will stop the use of neck restraints in circumstances where deadly force would not be justified this comes after videos surfaced of a two thousand eighteen incident on social media showing an officer using the restraint on a black woman the incident was investigated and found in compliance with department policy the woman was not hurt and she did not file a complaint Seattle police say they have arrested a woman for damaging a patrol car during protests last weekend as peaceful protests turned violent police say the twenty two year old woman was seen hitting the patrol car with a baseball bat near Fifth Avenue and pine street the car was then set on fire police arrested her on Friday the number of new confirmed cases of coronavirus has surged to its biggest level in nearly two months state health officials say they saw four hundred forty two new confirmed cases of covert nineteen on Saturday the biggest one day jump since April tenth there was no immediate explanation for the sudden increase but it does come after most counties have moved to re open their economies and after nine days of statewide protests new city wide free Colbert nineteen testing is allowing more people to get tested Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan is recommending people especially those who have participated in demonstrations in the last week get tested this is recommended for people experiencing symptoms or those who have been exposed to those with covert nineteen in the last two weeks now due to expanded criteria those who are asymptomatic but have attended a large gathering can be tested a fire in kits at county early yesterday because nearly three million dollars in damage and detectives are hoping someone no something como's mark Christopher as more rather scary moment at a Walmart store near the Bremerton area along state route three oh three early Saturday when some three hundred people were in the store at the time shopping Vestor Gators asking for the public's help in identifying a suspected arsonist who they say set fire to the children's clothing area inside that store shares officials say the suspect entered the store wearing dark clothing changed clothes after the fire and rode away on a bicycle the sprinkler system was set off an employees took quick action to try and limit the spread of the flames the sheriff's office saying if anybody knows any information about the suspect or his whereabouts you're asked to call the kids out county sheriff's office three six zero five zero nine ten twenty six again three six zero five zero nine ten twenty six by Christopher Conyers come on news time is approaching two forty time to head over to the Harley exterior sports desk and Frank Garrity as our sports headlines securing a fellow veteran wideout Berget Caldwell was shot and killed in an apparent robbery attempt outside of his home in Tampa last night he started Florida in college it was a second round pick of the Chargers in two thousand two he spent four years in San Diego and and one each in New England and Washington he was forty one a lot of the start of today's folds of honor QuikTrip five hundred NASCAR Cup series race right now Clint Boyer leads a little more than halfway through prior to the race a moment of silence was observed as protests continue across the country over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis drivers stopped their cars in the middle of the track ahead of the start of the race as NASCAR president Steve Phelps address both them and their teams over their radios sports attended forty past the hour Frank Garrity komo news from faulty breakers to broken windows to leaky pipes roofs and water heaters homes and businesses around the country can't work until the pros.
Protests for racial justice continue for the 9th night in Seattle
"From Capitol Hill in shoreline to downtown Seattle in west Seattle the crowds came out today to continue protest to fight for racial equality and justice unlike a week ago today's protests have been peaceful almost exam phone reports only are at three different demonstrations at each one we saw parents marching in hand with young children one location we saw doctors and their white lab coats and healthcare workers in their squad everyone coming together to show their support for change big crowds pushing the stock to excessive police force for some like tear has Haley a medical assistant at Harborview Medical Center it's personal I got two sons and I worry about my kids from Harborview Medical Center to city hall thousands of nurses doctors and people in the health care community March to demand justice to be standing up for justice as that of an occurring towards minorities and black black lives lives in in particular particular their their signs signs show show their their concerns concerns police police Mylan Mylan is is a a public public health health issue issue and and so so is is racism racism about about seven seven thousand people turned out to city hall on the Saturday with little police presence at the actual demonstration I'm impressed and I am proud to be part of the Turner it's call Moses and phone reporting
Judge dismisses Missouri lawsuit over meat worker safety
"Why for meatpackers during this cold cold nineteen pandemic is reaching the stratosphere Smithfield foods one of the country's largest meat packing processing plants has convinced a federal judge in Missouri about a hundred twenty five miles northeast of the northeast of Kansas city to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a meat packing plant workers a federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit filed on behalf of workers at a Smithfield foods pork processing plant in Mylan Missouri they sought a court order requiring the plant to adhere to federal guidelines to slow the spread of coronavirus the judge ruled that is up to the occupational safety and health administration not the courts the lawsuit accused Virginia based Smithfield foods of not doing enough to protect the meat plant workers from
Little Known Things That Are Affected By Your Sleep
"I want to talk about today is our sleep quality but not just the normal run of the mill stuff today. We're GonNa talk about seven specific ways that your sleep quality is impact in your life that you're probably not aware of and I know that some of these things are absolutely going to blow your mind now for many of us big reason why our sleep patterns or a little bit often routines the fact that we're not getting out and doing the things that we normally do our normal routines like getting up and going to work putting on clubs just a big shot to you if you put on anything other than leggings Jag. Ings and sweatpants in the past few weeks to a couple of months are just a big shot out not that we have to but sometimes you just WanNa Kinda get dressed up some other stuff on and you know what's so interesting about humans is that we actually have special close that we put on in order to go to bed right these closer we call this under this category. We WE CALL PAJAMAS IN PAJAMAS. The word itself just makes you feel good. I dare you to say pajamas. And not like some warm fuzzies. Come over you. You can say with me now pajamas. Now for many of us are pajamas. Are something that we put on again. It's a it's tied to a neurosurgeon for relaxation. For SETTLING DOWN AND FOR GETTING SLEEP. It's all connected and our brains association. Our brain is always looking for patterns. It's always looking for associations and a longer we do a behavior the more ingrained or the more mylan gets laid down making that habit or their behavior more permanent in our minds so now all of a sudden if we're just living in our pajamas we're just my son. Brayden was just walking around his pajamas. My wife to she went outside. She got like the Wednesay Pajama. She went outside but just like walking around. You know so. If we're habitually living in our pajamas right now this can be another little interesting factor throwing off our sleep rituals and our patterns and so with that said we're going to talk about number one. We want to create no matter what is going on right now. A semi consistent sleep routine. And today you're going to really understand why and have more legs under their belief on. Why your sleep quality is so important and so let's go ahead and jump right in to these seven little things that are affected by. Your sleep. I'M GONNA start right at number one. And this is the fact that great has been found to provide some of the very best care neuro-scientists in Sweden conducted a study to investigate. How sleep deprivation actually affects our attractiveness. Now humans naturally use social cues on people's appearance that are essential in helping to keep us protected and helping to keep us healthy because just based on people's appearance we can gather subconscious very important data kind of disseminating illiterates snow their level of health or sickness or even their intentions and this is again. This is largely done in our unconscious. Subconscious mind now. The researchers took a photograph of test subjects after normal sleep and another photographed after limiting their sleep for two nights in a row and now they had. Raiders look at a rate of randomized photographs. Summer including when people are sleep deprived and when they're well rested and consistently the raiders rated photos of people who are sleep deprived as less attractive less healthy and they were less inclined to want to socialize with them just based off of whether or not somebody was sleep deprived their appearance based on that and another study found that sleeping less than six hours a night for five nights in a row caused fine lines and wrinkles to increase by forty five percent also blemishes went up by fifteen percent and redness increased by nearly ten
New York To Begin Clinical Trials For Coronavirus Treatment Today
"There's this combo drug that president trump's putting his faith in but for many of the health community it's a tough pill to swallow well today New York is getting ten thousand doses of this combo to start trials you see some covert nineteen patients in a small study of thirty six people in France did better on a combination of hydroxy clerk when that's the malaria drug made by Mylan and Pfizer is as it for my sent the antibiotic you might know as Zee pac we have an outbreak like this you start crying all the spaghetti against the wall see what sticks and that's what happened with these medicines now there's a real chance of these medicines but health they always they don't act as a total here otherwise we wouldn't have any of these problems in South Korea where we still have bases distributed by CEO Dr J. Glanville on CNBC
Seattle: Judge rules Tim Eyman broke campaign finance laws, failed to report over $766,000 in donations
"Mylan violated campaign finance laws laws says says the the Thurston Thurston county county judge judge the the latest latest from from Cuomo's Cuomo's jeffco jeffco July July and and his his ruling ruling judge judge James James Dixon Dixon found found that that Tim Tim Eyman Eyman and and his his for for profit profit signature signature gathering gathering company company fit fit the definition of a political committee under state law therefore he was required to report all donations and expenditures to the public disclosure commission something I'm and hasn't done additionally the judge from the diamond concealed more than three quarters of a million dollars in donations at least some of which was used for his personal living expenses he faces fines in the millions in a statement Hyman's attorney said the ruling is contrary to the facts of the law and the constitution they plan to appeal
"mylan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Mylan harbored no suspects are in custody will get more of coming up shortly from W. WJRT Langton to jet streams are going to merge into one and that's going to cause a big storm to move across the country here CBS news meteorologist Jeff Berra Dally big cities of DC and New York and Boston to it's gonna start out as snow it'll change to a mix of snow and ice and eventually probably changing to rain but there could be a couple of slushy inches of snow in New York City maybe a little bit more than that in Boston and for the Detroit area of the snow arrives tomorrow night will be heavy for a while into Saturday morning we're expecting to get anywhere from three to six inches of Virginia became just the thirty eighth state to pass the equal rights amendment intended to outlaw discrimination against women most states approve this constitutional amendment more than forty years ago but it never received the three fourths majority needed for ratification the manager at a Virginia has yet to clear another set of votes and then people say that a new fight then we'll start any caught supporters are going to have to go to court and argue that that original nineteen eighty two deadline is not binding and they should get to count the thirty five states that passed it before nineteen eighty two to get to the magic number of thirty eight states needed to change the constitution that CBS news correspondent Jan Crawford who from reporting from Capitol Hill history being made at a hockey game involving a Michigan team the port Huron travelers ran out of goalies the other night both of its goalies were injured so what do you do well they went to the broadcast booth for two quick replacements they use the play by play a guy and a broadcast analyst to fill the bill port Huron lost W. W. news time is coming up on a twenty three today's January sixteenth twenty twenty it today's your birthday Happy Birthday to you know to this guy he was the driving force behind Hamilton at during compose a let men well of Moran that was born in nineteen eighty forty years ago comedian Jonathan mango with from whose line it is anyway in the drew Carey show forty nine today actor Richard T. Jones from the rocky and judging Amy is forty eight actress Josie Davis she was in Beverly hills nine or two one today she's forty seven years old guitarist Nick Valensi of the strokes is thirty nine guitarist James younger the Eli young band is still pretty young at forty years old actress Renee Felice Smith from NCIS Los Angeles is thirty five also Happy Birthday to Sade yeah the singer born January sixteenth nineteen fifty nine today Sade is sixty one years old was on this day in nineteen seventy three the last episode of bonanza aired on NBC this stand seventy three the state in nineteen seventy six the live album Frampton comes alive was released it was on this day in nineteen eighty Paul McCartney jailed in Tokyo after customs agents found marijuana in his luggage it was on this day nineteen ninety Tom Cruise and Mimi Rogers released a statement that said they were ending their three year marriage it was on this day in nineteen ninety six Jamaican authorities opened fire on Jimmy Buffett sea plane mistaking it for drug traffickers plane U. two singer bono was with Jimmy Buffett neither one was hurt and it was on the state two thousand seven senator Barack Obama of Illinois launched his successful bid for the White House he is thirty two dollars giveaway on W. W. J. D. Israel nine to do this hours keyboard is cage text cage see HG cage to seven to eight eight one for your chance to win one thousand dollars message and data rates apply remember it don't text and drive a check of business news one minute away hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan escalates we needed to hire director of.
"mylan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Right two of the most vital ingredients to parenting art empathy and correction but timing is everything author and counselor Mylan your conveyed shares a story about a dad and his son who were on their way out of a baseball park at the same time Mylan was on his way in the sun was crying he had struck out at the plate and lost the game at least that must be the way is dead saw the situation instead of putting in encouraging arm around the boy's shoulder the dad was stomping off to the car in a Huff worse yet he was yelling over shoulder stop crying I'm taking is batting cages right now you're never striking out again well first of all never striking out again is a ridiculous expectation even the pros only hit the ball a third of the time perfection is never the right standard to place on a child you're setting them up for failure the second thing that father could have done better is shows son some empathy imagine how the boy must have felt striking out in front of all those people in losing the game instead dad immediately tried to fix the problem Mylan tells parents empathize with your child emotionally today fix the problem tomorrow when your child strikes out in the game of life show some empathy give them a hug a shoulder to cry on ask them what they're feeling then sit back and listen don't try to fix the problem right now they're too lost in their pain empathize today fix tomorrow for focus on.
Dianna Daouheung's Journey with Black Seed Bagels
"Black seeds been open now for five years right. Yep Yep five years going on six very shortly really five going on six. It feels like blackeyed has been around longer because you opened and you just start crushing it. Immediately I mean you change the Bagel scene and in New York which is not an easy thing to do because the places that have been around our institutions and now black seat institution. How does that feel? It's insane into the that we have seven locations now in five years like you said to you. It seems like we've been to me. I feel like I've been doing it for a lifetime. It's Oh I feel it's been around and yeah I mean I think that the mark of a good brand and a good product absolutely when it sort of seamlessly fits into yeah. Yeah for sure especially hearing the younger generations taught. I'll be randomly on the L. Train and I'll over here. Some you know college kid be like oh I take my mom all the time. I'm to black seat on like all the time we've only been open for mazing so tell us how you got your start. Yeah Baking for awhile you more than it was in advertising when I moved to New York and you know I did the typical life. Crisis Transitional Change Drastic In salary paying all types but you know I. I started off in savory seen. Okay wait I need to take you back. Yeah we glossed over that very quickly. I try so where did you grow up. I grew up in Florida. My parents originally from Thailand first generation. And you know went to school for marketing and business and then I moved to New York thinking you know. I'm going to be a madman and be an advertising and that was gonna be my career life choice. I was advertising interesting to you. Obviously the creative aspect the money because when you're young you think money's the answer to everything and you know at that time to you know. Two thousand doesn't four and it seemed like that was the right move especially you know growing in Florida when you think about New York jobs. You know advertising fashion those those are probably the two biggest things that you I are drawn to the Glamour job. Yeah the glamour jobs. Then you realize it ain't so glamorous is it you know it's like especially when you're in the the bottom rung and and I moved up pretty quickly in that world and I learned a lot of business practices that I still apply to my current job but at the end of the day was stuck in luxury brands and You know every client that worked on was just these unattainable a little brands. That aren't for everyday people and I just didn't feel good about it. The end of the day. Well Yeah So. How old were you when you decided I need to make a change? Probably probably out twenty six twenty five hundred sixty realize pretty quickly wasn't for you. Yeah I mean my dad's a Buddhist monk. My mom was a housekeeper is keep her never really you know grew up in that kind of world and consulted with my dad and he was just like you know you have to follow your heart. You really you. Don't chase the money. I know how important it is in New York. But that's not going to be. What makes you happy and I really dug into? What makes me happy in the the in the day you know? Food is a big part of my family of Thai culture. Answer just like you know what I'm just GonNa go to culinary school and give it a shot in the mirrors. Why chose IOS culinary schools? I had served bartended all through college but I really super nervous going into a situation where I really didn't know much about it except except from the front on the House side so you know I don't want to say I regret it now. 'cause color school gave me my basics. But you know I'm still paying for tuition based yeah well like every college student. Yeah exactly one lucky ones graduate with debt but when you got to culinary school did you gravitate toured anyone side sweet savory yeah I mainly actually went specifically for pastry because not even another sounds crazy not because I had a specific interest for it because they knew that was my weakest thing growing up. Thai food isn't really known for its sweet to my mom is a big Kyrie Cook. She really didn't like Baker Cake for press or anything so I naturally knew how to do a lot of safety things already and I also wanted to really go into kitchen be like you know I know how to do everything thing. I'm I don't ever want to be in there like I don't know how to butcher a pig. I don't know how to bake a cake. And since that was my weakest and I knew it was gonNA pay a lot of money for for school is like I'm GonNa do something that's going to benefit me. Where when I go into a kitchen asking me like who knows how to make and I can raise my hands? You know. So that was really why I chose Pastries I still love making it but overall I like just being a well rounded chef. Think it's really important in today's kitchen economics because you can no longer afford justice. Avery JESSOP pay. She really need to know everything at this point. So you gravitate toward baking you. You wind up meeting the Mile End folks which is a sort of Modern Deli in Brooklyn and tell us how you got involved with them in how you got involved in their baking program. Yes so it actually goes back advertising. Ed really great friend that lived above mylan and at that time it was. You know just the one in Brooklyn which now. It's just the one in Brooklyn but he was like. Hey I know you're really nervous about going into a kitchen asking for a job. I know a place opening up and they really are needing some a good time to people and literally just went up and I was like hey and at this time to Noah had no clue what he was doing either like I could just tell he he was still green. So he's like I could use any help possible so that I doing half kitchen half front of the house just shifts because you need to help them both and slowly but surely he's like windmill. Wait a minute amid teach you how to slice meat. And he saw Amelia's like murdering all the guys in the slice way faster way thinner than any of the guys even on the line so he's like all right. Let's do this so no being the CO founder. Right yes of mile end so fast forward so they come up with the idea for black seed right. You wind up involved in that. Yes so is actually Noah the Matt clean men who owns the smile in new operates. Jane they both were just sitting sitting around. This was after sandy basically and they were just Hurricane Sandy Hurricane Sandy in new matt offered a hand to Noah just like hey I heard your commissary went down how can help you and they were just having beers and just chit chatting about you know. Why are there no good bagels? And they're they're like we're restaurant tours. We can make this happen. And now we have to note before the New Yorkers are like what do you mean. They're no good bagels right. Noah's from Montreal different kind of Bagel. Diana will explain to us. What a Montreal? The but that's why they were saying they're no good bagels right in the Matt is actually a New Yorker. So that's kind of how he came up with a hybrid but you know and how will they came about with me as like you know. We don't know what black seeds going to be. We can't afford necessarily a general manager chef. We need somebody that can really encompass everything in this is obviously before they made me a partner of any sort and that time. I think I've worked with Noah for about five years at that time and he just like. Hey Hey in two. At that time I think it was just managing and doing catering and events from from Ireland. And he's like. Hey I know you really speaking. Do you WanNa do this again. And I was like sure sure I'll give it a shot not knowing that was going to be the craziness it is now so and there's one of those rare brands. It became a success right out of the gate. Yeah Yeah it was insane to me. We couldn't keep up with literally first day. Think we had a close down at like one. Remember the GRUB street stories. Yeah kept running out you. Yeah so your partner today
"mylan" Discussed on KNSS
"That Mylan which is ninety five percent. by weight actually. cholesterol close all his best friend at this point okay he needs a closure on one is blood cholesterol told the three fifty to five hundred. three fifty five hundred the cultures that have the lowest rate of heart attacks and strokes there there blood closures Rountree fifty to five hundred but it's got to be all the good close look at the all AGL can't have any bad stuff so No oils no fried food no prizes miso gluten is in college every couple weeks your desk can be a great great example for people and he's my age. you don't sound eighty one doc. well that's because even taken nor do you look at the first yeah I've been taking this up twice today for seventy one years yours are curry if you need more in toll one eight five five nine four nine radio in again the website critical health news dot com text and tweet what do you have for so Tommy coming in from dried in in Kentucky please ask doc if diet and exercise can reverse or fix a person who feels left barging daily. diet and exercise dark is better than nothing huh well done and exercise MM swimming is talking about not dieting to lose weight but you know what he eats and of course is absorption is a big problem here you know people are told whole grains are good Fauria the alkaline diet is good for another which is true so you got here the bad stuff no fried foods no process Mazen also gluten or actually have a CD out called serial killers it's not like somebody who kills ten people every night is like serial like eat for breakfast king so you tell you tell you why you need to give up gluten a we've run around oats no sugar and then and have them take the healthy brain heart attack. okay Hillary in hard pack and then he needs the sweeties free those twice today and he's gonna need the I haven't take the because of an energy thing I him take a rebound as our sports drink with a hundred nutrients in it all the others for she's interviewing some market have listened Six Nations someone have won some have to some have six or is the only one with a hundred and I like to drink say to a day have won a breakfast have won a lunch have a and the other one kind of just before dinner or from exercising I have one so I I drink two or three of those rebound today these are designed for professional and Olympic athletes we sell enormous amounts of these things and it will reduce the risk of the sudden heart attack there is built for that is that you see in these young kids twelve years old eighteen years old twenty five years old. there's twenty five thousand kids under the age of twenty years of Asian Americans die each year from this hypertrophic cardiomyopathy a heart attack I've done one thousand seven hundred autopsies on them George. okay my god printed in three languages the journal of trace element research so people say while you're on your mind it can't be true one thousand seven hundred autopsies and kids under the age of ten the died of heart attacks if they'd been taken our rebound they wouldn't it died did you see the story were diet soda is worse than regular soda. yeah because it's all carbonation and your name getting energy averages carbonation news on your stomach acid him all the bad stuff happening so yeah you want you want artificial sugar stuff and sweeteners no good no good Wayne in Tacoma Washington west of the Rockies Hey why no go ahead. good evening gentlemen thank you Sir for taking my call thank you Dr Wallich Sir I'm interested in things that will improve we enhancement taking nutrients are you already mentioned that taken the amino acids five to ten minutes before you eat is what they're supposed to do and that's what I was trying to verify one of the things I also read you're supposed to take your I think what it is now your to merit this laced with low at what west African pepper gonna have you gonna have the pepper in there that's right jumps not you're supposed to pick up thirty minutes before and thirty minutes or thirty minutes after you eat in the one other thing I wanted to cover was the the double sugars I've been taking pain medication for twenty years now since I retired what pain slowed slowed down everything you know so come out at a gym a joint pain back pain when you come out here where ya I've got a broken back and a broken neck so I you know I have to take the general lack you know coddle us the way Sir. I'm down to to thirty five I was up to I was at three eighty for a long time sure thing and but I've been on low carb now stripped for a couple years now and I've lost that weight. also books you up in there so you know you've got to take that double sugar and I'm wondering and and I've written about the double sugar just recently that can actually improve your digestion of things I'd ask how tall you are Sir. for me how tall are you in. well I was six four and a half from now six doing it now okay she lost two inches in height you have any ringing in your ears a tone or noise no Sir you have any balance problems no Sir okay I'm gonna tell you about a friend of mine the name is Terry is six foot eleven big basketball player he broke his neck and he is totally paralyzed from his neck down for six years couldn't you know I mean quadriplegic. nothing hello his next for six years we put on the programming to tell you about here and in three months time is up playing soccer with his kids wow. okay he won a best friend we've been he's a guy who actually a George recorded my audio cassette tape dead doctors don't lie yeah okay at Terry Porter's isn't. okay so basically what happens here is people forget we need things okay ourselves die every cell in your body with Carly cells bone cells liver cells brain cells hard sells everything dies at the rate of tens of thousands per second is his natural lifespan of these cells our body has the equipment to rebuild and replace those cells immediately as they died to replace with new ones they require raw materials and also nice to be concerned about what sugar you're gonna need this kind of stuff you gotta do two basic things number one you got to maximize your absorption sure going to get the bang bang for your Buck when it comes to and I mean it financially as well as well chemically we get the bang for your Buck so to speak they're going to get all the niche is necessary to give your genes the raw material they need to replace those cells immediately because you get less than optimal amount you're gonna start getting symptoms. if they're missing completely you die okay and so that's what happened here so again my thesis on twenty thousand autopsies in the Smithsonian institute as a national treasure then I did that one other project in China one thousand seven hundred times and kids under the age of ten the data that heart attack. and one promise Keeshan problems dock we got to take a quick break we'll come back and let you wrap that up and take final phone calls Dr Wallich from critical health news dot com the free because his own email newsletter is sent out six days a week that is a great way to keep up on all things coast with detailed program recaps the fascinating today and strangeness listing upcoming guest info and weekly free audio clips it's a must have for coast fans look for the free sign up on the coast to coast AM dot com.
"mylan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Rain coming down now to six ninety six two so just be very careful tonight that we do have a lot of wet weather in that area there every place else looks pretty good but we do have flooding reported on east from mentor parkway vandyke eighteen and a half mile west of the round about their nineteen Mylan Van **** in nineteen mile and Ryan lot of power outages reported to around town so might the traffic signals that are not working where you are please be careful treated as a four way stop use caution and use courtesy now it's time for the electrical workers local fifty eight construction alert we do have some work that is going on on the I seventy five north is up on ramps to look here they're closed and look here northbound ramp to seventy five also closed and that's gonna be going on until the next Saturday in the I. LaMotta group twenty four hour traffic center I'm Marty by Fellini W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty five AM local accu weather forecast it's meteorologist Carl the been ski now from the family heating cooling and electrical weather center rain south to north of town Carl north really getting slammed L. exactly Jason in fact that flash flood warning remains in effect until eleven thirty four east central Oakland and southwestern Macomb counties right now doppler radar estimating between two and four eight as of rain is falling over a narrow quarter and of course Pontiac and mount Clemens are included in those areas are getting slammed by the heavy rain so heavy thunderstorms this evening will produce flooding downpours now we expect within the next hour or two this activity especially north of metro in metro Detroit but north of the city will be quieting down ending as a few showers overnight low of seventy to borrow a morning shower in spots otherwise rather cloudy humid high eighty two tomorrow night our low.
"mylan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The home your thirteen Mylan Hoover and got into a struggle with a twenty year old who live there the resident was also shot during the struggle and is in critical condition a woman found near the home is now in custody and is being questioned an early morning apartment fire in Livonia some people had to be rescued from second floor balconies the fire was at the parkway heights apartments on Wayne road in Ann Arbor trail in Livonia so many as twelve apartments were damaged by the fire and smoke no one was injured police in Springfield Missouri say they have arrested an arm demand with who showed up at a Walmart store wearing body armor of sending panicked shoppers running from the store an off duty firefighter held the twenty year old man a gun pointed until officers arrived no shots were fired the incident coming to five days after the mass shooting at in el Paso Texas Walmart that love twenty two people dead a rare baseball signed by Henry Ford for the world's fair in nineteen thirty three has sold for a record twenty four thousand dollars at auction the baseball was custom made for special safety glass exhibit when the fair celebrated our centennial in Chicago W. W. Janice I'm seven fifty two car accident leads to a deadly shoot out in the middle of the Houston or free way police say a car was hit by another car as it was rolling backwards a man in the other car got out and started shooting with a rifle style weapon a man in a welder truck then stopped got out his gun and began firing at the shooter assistant police chief Bobby Dobbins of the Houston police department said this was a rare eve and road rage we see people.
Pfizer buying Mylan to create generic drug giant
"Morning big deal in the drug business Fizer buying the myelin to drug giants combining it's an all stock deal they'll combine the ten billion dollar generic pharmaceutical company with its own off patent branded and generic business the Fizer business called up John makes Lipitor Celebrex and **** Mylan best known for its MP pen an injector used to halt life threatening allergic
Mylan shares higher as Pfizer's stock dips after deal news
"N. so looks like Fizer is going to combine its business line of older block buster medicines you know Lipitor **** and they're going to combine it with generic drugmaker Mylan in a new all stock deal Mylan investors will get forty three percent of the new entity Fizer investors the rest company expected have sales of about nineteen to twenty billion dollars next year and finds a really likes it the deal gives Fizer place for its profitable yet older products products that still fetch in the hundreds of millions of dollars in global sales but they still really are key to the company's growth I just you know bottom line that looks good but were for kind of focus over here it's also gonna help Mylan Mylan this struggle this prices decline for generics and its deals with manufacturing issues of the key plant and legal questions about its alleged involvement in price fixing that conspiracy with other drug drug makers so you know you just keep an eye on all that money stuff and maybe you'll see Fizer bounce or not but just among the things will get more from up the tree Secor she's back after last week being off and she's ready to roll talk to her at seven
Pfizer in talks to merge off-patent drugs business with Mylan
"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters two big themes will dominate this week on Wednesday the federal reserve wraps up a two day meeting in Washington with an interest rate decision investors are expecting a quarter point rate cut to come out of that meeting also almost three months after a breakdown in trade talks Chinese and American negotiators meet again in Shanghai this week two days of talks are set to restart on Tuesday deep tensions remain and there are mixed signals from both sides Charles Henry Munch how is C. E. O. L. mail capital he says the trump administration is balancing possible recession against being seen as soft on trade we are in the pre election year we don't see Mr trump taking too much we can respond that sites he wants to avoid economic recession at any price but on the other hand is the one to do it in front of the Chinese Montero was interviewed on Bloomberg daybreak also on the agenda this week earnings reports quite a lot of companies are set to report including apple master card yeah Chrysler Toyota G. E. and beyond meat representatives from Europe China and Russia nations they're still committed to the Iran nuclear deal plan to meet with Iran's representative in Vienna today to discuss how to save the accord the meeting of diplomats takes place after Iran surpassed the deal stockpile and enrichment limits has learned exact sciences Corp which is developing tests for cancer and is the maker of the Colo guard colon cancer test is in advanced talks to acquire genomic health for about two point eight billion dollars this to boost its cancer testing business genomic health business also centers around cancer screenings the source says an agreement could be announced as early as this week but discussions could still be delayed or fall apart global news twenty four hours a day on air had it checked out on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg these
Bloomberg, Fizer And Mylan discussed on Bloomberg Law
"Bloomberg has learned Fizer plans to combine its off the patent business which includes a Lipitor a cholesterol pills and male impotence drug **** with Mylan envy and form a generic drug giant the source says the deal if completed could be announced as early as
"mylan" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"I'll tell you this one of the big side effects that. Can eat away at the Mylan. You are correct. And wore the number one side effects is taking statin drug long-term is peripheral neuropathy. The literature. So yes, the question is. Yes. And yes, can it be reversed? That's that's. That's a tough call. I will tell you this. Let me give you let me give you some hope the hope is that you can eat every single day a substance that creates and produces the mile in in the body. It is it is there's a milk sugar and goat's milk yogurt. It's called galactosyl. Now, that's the milk sugar and dairy, however in goat's milk. It's a lot more tolerable to the body. It's anti-allergenic is non allergenic. And it's it's really good for the body of the proteins. That are in there. The probiotics that are in goat's milk yogurt. Very good for the body. But the galactic milk sugar is what produces Mylan. So can regenerate mile. And yeah, will will it go Recode itself around the areas where it pulled it off? They'll no, but the worst that should you be using long-term or forever? Hopefully, the goal would be not to do that. But for the short-term, they're very good. So here's some ways to get your. Cholesterol, where it needs to be to twelve not bad at all. Just remember one ninety two to twenty is a good range, a healthy range, your hormone levels functioning. Well, but what I would encourage you to do is nicotinic acid is a version of nice, and it doesn't flush in the body, and it works very, well, it keeping your HDL. Good and your bad cholesterol down the LDL's and also innocent will sustain those work. Good together to organic eggs eaten every day helps lower cholesterol as well. And maintain that you wanna take coachie ten to repair any damage the Staten, ditch your heart because it pulls away Cokie tenths of the body that will be really beneficial. And I would encourage you to increase on not only not only the galactic milk sugar, but vitamin B six is the deficiency the statin drugs create remember these six you wanna take heavy amounts of B six.
"mylan" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'm calling to ask a question for a friend who has multiple sclerosis. This friend is falls about two three times a day hits her head. She also has diabetes. Now, do you know any natural therapies or medications that she could be taking for better balance? Well, the the MS is causing the problem, it usually MSP people with multiple sclerosis or a D Mylan aiding sheathing around the spinal cord, and it also affects the brain that can absolutely weaken the legs. And usually we see in MS patients where the legs are weak. And then they fall it may not even be related to her balance necessarily, even though that is something that should be checked out as well. But what she needs to do in my opinion is look into having your doctor measure her bloodstream for vitamin D as in dog deficiency vitamin d. Here's why studies show that multiple sclerosis happens more in northern latitudes. Where you see people who are exposed to less. Sunlight sunlight, of course, shining on the skin. Converts cholesterol to vitamin d at the level of the kidney. So what you need to realize is that vitamin d deficiency? Can absolutely be one of the causes of this auto immune disease, which we know so little about it's very mysterious very complicated to occur. So that's an easy thing to get checked out, and inexpensive. And if he if she's like not in the zone of where she needs to be between fifty and seventy on her blood test with her twenty five hydroxy vitamin d blood tests, then she needs to supplement that with.
More blood pressure medication recalled after cancer-causing chemical found
"It does not involve the other versions of the drug sometimes sold under the brand name Hizar. If you take this drug lords sarin potassium look on the bottle for the lot number. The lot number is J B. Eight nine one two you can also check on the FDA website. So here's the sad thing about this guys. Some of you guys who were I would say. Let yourself go a little bit maybe ten twenty maybe one hundred pounds whatever it is. And you ended up needing a blood pressure medication. The issue is now you've just, you know, expose yourself to potential cancer causing agent, and the reality is it doesn't matter if your, you know, three hundred and fifty pounds, or you're just ten pounds overweight. There are plenty of science based evidence studies that show that if you lose that ten to fifteen pounds that you may not need that medication anymore. So I would say use your skills. Not the pills, the big pharmaceutical companies are laughing all the way to the Bank. And we're going to talk more about that today. We know we've talked before that the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sales revenue increase from five hundred and thirty four billion to seven hundred and seventy five billion between the years of two thousand six and two thousand fifteen according to a recent government. Report about two thirds of the drug companies saw their profit margins increase over the period by seventeen point one percent. And I think that's pretty sad. We've all heard about the epi pen. Right. And we know that there is a lot of controversy about it. And for those of you who do not know what that is. The epi pen is used for people that have specially children that have allergies that could be two knots. It could be to whatever, but they need to have these pans. Available and what was happening was they were being overpriced significantly, and it's really really sad because it's all based on greed. The decision came to an end of a wild few years for the epi pen the brand name of the abbey. Auto injector use for emergency treatment of life, threatening allergic reactions and its maker my lawn. The company acquired the drug in two thousand ten in some time later began quietly increase in its price by two thousand fifteen Mylan had increased the average wholesale price of the abbey pan from fifty six dollars and sixty three cents to three hundred and seventeen dollars and eighty two cents, and I was talking to a school nurse recently. And she told me that not only do the the families have to have one on them. The teacher has to have the pen on them. And then the nurse has to have the epi pen on them. And they have to only be prescribed for you know, you can't just have one has to be prescribed individually. So these poor families that have children with allergies are paying just off the top of my head nine hundred sixty dollars. And then these pens expires. So they have to do it again once the pan expires. So it's crazy. When the news at the price hike broke in two thousand sixteen the public outcry attracted the attention of the media and lawmakers ultimately leading to a congressional investigation and October of two thousand sixteen mile and agreed to a four hundred and sixty five million settlement. Karma with the Justice department on an issue related to the possibility of inadequate Medicaid rebates. A few months later Mylan responded to the critics by releasing its own authorized generic version of the epi pen half price. So on we may be thinking that it may be half priced. But maybe not according to this article on explained and dramatic price hikes have become the routine for older branded drugs when there is limited competition as was for the epi pen, the entry of Tebas generic version spark suggestions that the increased competition will drive down the prices, but I say, maybe not. So they're saying that the TV pharmaceutical industries, which is located and is rarely announced yesterday that it's generic version of the epi pen auto injector
"mylan" Discussed on Founders Talk
"And so, you know, I think if I add had a sales background, I would've known the outset that that was just a little bit foolish. And so again, it's. Trade-offs? I I personally enjoying having the product background because we also tend to approach a lot of. We approach a lot of problems by making stuff. Right. So when were reun- company, we're trying to figure out how to do marketing. Like, I don't know. Let's base stuff. Give it to people because we we may stuff. So we do. So we started making content and like, well what what are the things that we can make the we do your job at that. We could hand people. There would appreciate. And you know, we started like a weekly newsletter. That was not we weren't selling anything. We were just finding good valuable stuff that engineering managers would benefit from reading, and then you know, to them, and in that kind of stuff is where the where I think the the founders really skull the DNA of the company like you run into difficulty. How how do we solve that here in because the founders of the only ones in the early stages company that's gets you know, kinda like Mylan aided? These pathways to get run over and over. And they become part of how that company approaches problems. I wanted start transitioning some to your background nuts much like the things you've talked through. But in particular gift prime just to kinda give a frame reference, obviously of like in a maybe your journey. You mentioned seed round funding you mentioned series, see at least based on crunch base. I'm always eating see only seeing the series as some maybe. Or maybe you're thinking further into the future than is true, which is fine. But on a track where you're at. So give me help me understand potentially where get prime is in terms of maybe funding. But just where you are as a company started in twenty fifteen you, you mentioned a background management engineering, some assuming that the the company found his is in place because you were in the thick of it..
Teen charged in Santa Fe shooting death of Michigan man
"Charges when he was served at Thursday with an arrest warrant accusing him of murder and tampering with evidence. In the killing of Richard Mylan Mylan was in Santa Fe with his wife and walking the couple's dog when he encountered a group of teenagers leading to a verbal altercation that escalated into the shooting fast, moving Michael has come and gone from flood ravaged
"National crisis": EpiPen shortage keeping some kids out of school
"From school numbers up. Five year old Eden Morris was sent home the first day of school because the local pharmacy about thirty five miles south of Seattle had no epipens for his severe allergies. His mother Chiquita Mara has like, okay. So how long can you guys keep my son at a school? We'll until he gets an epi pen when CBS affiliate Cairo aired his story. The makers Mylan reached out and found a supplier. I was so happy blessed and thankful, but Eden is the exception. We are in a national crisis with this shortage pediatrician Doreen kiss the shortage so severe that the FDA's extended the expiration date for some epipens by three months. Vicki Barker, CBS, news, new report, the environmental group Greenpeace alleges Coca Cola
"mylan" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"All. Right I'll tell you this one of the big side, effects that drugs is it? Can eat away at the Mylan you are correct And one of the number one side effects of taking a statin drug long-term. Is peripheral neuropathy It's in the literature so yes the question is yes and yes can it, be reversed that's that's That's. A tough call I will tell you this let me, give you let me give you some hope the hope is that. You can eat every. Single day, a substance that creates and produces. The mile in in? The body It is it is there's a milk sugar and goat's milk yogurt it's, called galactosyl now that's the milk sugar and, dairy however in goat's milk, it's a lot more tolerable to the body it's. Anti-allergenic is non allergenic and it's it's, really good for the body of the proteins that are in there the probiotics. That, are in goat's, milk yogurt very good for the body? But the galactosyl milk sugar is what produces Mylan, so can it regenerate, mile and yeah. We'll we'll go Recode itself around the areas where it pulled it off though no, but the worst should. You be long long-term, or forever hopefully the goal would be, not to do. That but for the short-term they're. Very good so here's some ways to get your cholesterol where it needs to be to twelve not bad at all just remember one ninety two. To twenty is a. Good range a healthy range. Keep your hormone levels. Functioning well but what I would. Encourage you to do is nicotinic acid is a version, of nice and it doesn't flush in the body and it works Very well it keeping your HDL good, and your bad cholesterol down the LDL's and also in assisting those work good. Together, to organic eggs, eaten every day helps lower cholesterol is? Well and maintain that you wanna take co q., ten to repair any, damage the stat. And did your heart because it pulls away Cokie ten from the body that will, be really beneficial and. I would encourage you, to increase on not only not only. Just milk sugar. But vitamin b. six is the. Deficiency the statin drugs create remember piece six you wanna.
"mylan" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"So when you practice deeply when you practice in the right way on the edge of your ability making mistakes, repeating going back over and over again, you're actually building that's more insulation more mile and you're earning more accuracy. You're earning more speed and you're owning more skill. So it's sort of flips. The idea of skill is always, oh, he was born with that talent. And what mile in does it says it's our, it's the process through which those hours of practice ended up transforming into into increase skill. So the more mile and you got say practice makes perfect, and that's not true practice makes Mylan Mylan mix. Perfect. Is it? So we're talking about neural plasticity here. So the the the practice will kind of create the pathway neurologic path, snap tickle pathway, and then the repeated practice with intensity than layers the Mylan on. And so is it possible or is it true that if I stopped practicing than the Mylan goes away and my performance degrades, or is it because I'm generating other pathways, then trait Mylan that are more efficient than that's where the energy goes? Depends on on the complexity of the task. Like if you look at this, what happens, we stopped practicing the Mylan starts to if you don't use that pathway, it sort of d- laminates it. It's it actually, without that single going through it, it starts to separate almost like a piece of plywood does after you get wet in those two separate wall work as well, which is why if you wanna if you wanna. Stop a pro golfer from winning tournament. Just prevent them for practicing for three weeks, right or gymnast you know, don't let them practice in. It will diminish their performance in. So that's kind of, you know, in extraordinary idea that which is why that that kind of the how important the daily habit is to continually push yourself to ability continued as sort of work those circuits and in optimism as Super Bowl. Folks. I wanna bring your tension to a product developed by a navy seal. Friend of mine who was a doctor I, he was sealed. Any became a doctor, and then he went back and work with the seals. Same duck, parsley, some you might have heard him, but now we call him the sleep doc. All the seals are starting to come to him. And you know, with these symptoms that looked like a journal fatigue. And so he started treating adrenal fatigue and realize that the comedy nominee with all these guys weren't sleeping pretty big problem in military spec ops, the pace of operations and combat, and these guys were just all out of whack. Cortisol was raised in their body. Their homes were depleted into the head. The essentially the testosterone level of thirteen year old girls is the way he jokes about it. They had a big problem. And what he found is that working out like mad men, but they're putting on weight, their cognitive level was like, they were drunk. Anyways, they were, they had this perception that they could perform, but they just couldn't perform anymore. And it was a real problem. So. He identified that the combinator was lack asleep. So even an hour of not enough sleep a night over the course of a year is going to lead to fourteen pounds of weight gain and could degrade your performance after thirty percent throws your testosterone.
Google employees demand more oversight of China search engine plan
"Google secretive plan to build a search, engine that would comply with Chinese censorship is being challenged more than a thousand Google employees have signed a letter protesting the plan the letters contents which have been confirmed by a Google employee who helped organize it calls. On, executives to, review ethics and transparency at the company the letter says employees, lack the information required to, make ethically informed decisions about our work, and complains most Employees only found out about the project nicknamed Dragonfly through media
FDA approves Teva's generic of Mylan's EpiPen
"And new option will soon come for patients who rely on a crucial medication the FDA has. Approved a generic version of the epi pen which is used for emergency allergy medication. It's a relief for Megan Brunson who needs one for her eleven year old son, in North, Texas she's, run into shortages and high prices. It's about seven hundred dollars or one hundred dollars for one box and I really needed to have the generic under fire from congress over. Costs the maker Mylan, launched its own generic months ago it's not clear how much this, new one from Teva pharmaceuticals will cost or when it will be on
Man counties sue big drug companies for huge price of addiction
"Dakota County joining a, handful of other Minnesota counties ensuing pharmaceutical companies over the opioid crisis the ninety five page suit filed into coda county. Court alleges companies engaged in deceptive marketing and encourage doctors to prescribe opioid painkillers without disclosing the addictive nature of those drugs I assistant to coda county attorney j staff says the, case will likely join other lawsuits in federal court in, Ohio was just filed in locally here into coding any district. Court but if. Should, it be removed at the request, defendants then we, would be part of the multi District litigation named as defendants into coda. Counties lawsuit or four major drug companies as well as six other subsidiary companies the suit looking to recover costs associated with dealing with the opioid crisis in the county.
"mylan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Well it was interesting but the work for bob island could know bob mylan let me tell you something charlie when bomb highland died that to me to me anyway personally i think that that was a crushing blow for community okay because he was one person that only one person that could kick connect the county to the city and also if you remember and i'm not certain that you will remember but at one time there were more more now listen to this this is very interesting they were there were more world headquarters in saint louis than anyplace else in the world except for new york second i think we had eighteen at one point of fortune five hundred companies yeah that is that is correct yeah bob hyland represented a lot of those are in in in many many ways he would call the ceo and say they i need five million or ten million or whatever the heck the number was it didn't matter you know and they trusted mr hyland and they would say yeah whatever you need so forth and so on and that was an air that will never ever see and radio television or any other business again in my mind and you know you never say never in this business that that's a fact well i'll tell you what we have to let you go now however the cardinals are in chicago and a happy early birthday july fifteenth to you mike shannon thank you i appreciate that very much and you know charlie i still think that i'm thirty five or forty five somewhere and i'm gonna keep believing that for a long time because i think age is between yours.
"mylan" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"The gastrointestinal tract also i would make use of a mega three fatty acids they helped to stabilize the membranes in the brain foster title choline since this is a a nerve disease possible calling as a building block for neurotransmitter and also for mylan that helps with the nerves may be affected in less i would also consider nicotinamide ride aside which is a potent of razor of nasd in the in the brain and in the body and you know when brain disorders occur there's a brown out in terms of brain energy production coenzyme q tanner ubiquonol can help that and so two can a product like anaya cell which is nicotinamide riboside so these are among the things that are helpful preps rivera troll might play a role there i've seen some anecdotal reports that hi coconut oil was helpful in the us just justice it might be in in alzheimer's disease also and this is an ambitious undertaking i might consider akita genyk dying because the brain does better when it's suffering from neurological diseases like parkinson's or alzheimer's or ls when it's fueled by ketones as opposed to glucose so that's a diet that's difficult to comply with but now they're products that help support akita genyk diet that are sources of dietary key tones and you have to restrict your carbs you get most of your energy from fat you have adequate amount of protein and that diet can be structured by professional and tristesse a little hard to do that on your own but that may be the key to improve performance i've had some patients with less for whom i've given them to stop the men they do better they're stronger they have less muscle deterioration better mood in the face of a disease that inevitably robs you of muscle strength that might be part of of a comprehensive portfolio for patients with ls but you know it's a challenging disease no question and a different forms avail as stephen hawking recently demonstrator you had the disease for decades other people succumb to within you know very few years so it may be different subtypes of ls that respond to different approaches all right so the world's oldest living man is now muslims so nonaka of japan guess when he was born he was born on july twentieth nineteen o five that's the.
"mylan" Discussed on WDRC
"Ultimately fatal it's much more likely that you'll die the less than of cardiovascular disease time okay in terms of supplements you know i got to say that there's no magic supplement formula for us if you were to run into integrative doctor says hey i got a cure for aol as a come hither i'll fix you up i would run in the opposite direction because there is no cure but i think we can really make things easier frail sufferers and prolong their survival and keep them healthier with supplementation and i would start with real strong dose of antioxidants certain forms of s seemed to be affected by free radicals and so high doses of vitamin e perhaps twelve hundred international units of gamay e gammatocopherol would be an order and also high levels of innocent sistine maybe you know twelve hundred three times daily would be helpful for raising ludivine levels some doctors offer intravenous glutathione which is another way to boost would have high levels in the body without what with bypassing the gastrointestinal tract also i would make use of mega three fatty acids they helped to stabilize the membranes in the brain foster title coleen since this is a a nerve disease partial calling as a building block for neurotransmitter and also for mylan that helps with the nerves that may be affected in ls i would also consider nicotinamide ride decide which is a potent razor of any nasd in the in the brain and in the body and you know when brain disorders occur there's a brown out in terms of brain energy production coenzyme q tanner ubiquitous can help that and so two can a product like anaya cell which nicotinamide riboside so these are among the things that are helpful perhaps reservatrol might play a role there i've seen some anecdotal reports that high dose coconut oil l is helpful in ls just as it might be in in alzheimer's disease also and this is an ambitious undertaking i might consider a kita genyk dying because the brain does better what is suffering from neurological diseases like parkinson's or alzheimer's or less when it's fueled by key tones as opposed to glucose so that's a diet that's difficult to comply with but now they're products that help supported kita genyk diet that are sources of dietary tetons and you have to restrict your carbs you get most of your energy from fat you have adequate amount of protein and that.
"mylan" Discussed on WCHS
"Oh from with maybe now with building now welcome back in sitting at statewide sportsline brad howe in the coach great hunter with you talking recruiting on this the opening of the new early signing period tonight program is brought to you in part by mylan were making better health for a better west virginia is in charge job it's our mission okay greg you were talking there about the numbers and we've been saying this for awhile ryan dorchester told this about monday told us this on monday that west virginia was it wasn't gonna side its complete class today at wants to make sure it has some numbers out there so we'll get into that discussion here just a second but first we're dana holger since think about this early signing period as you like it has were programme of stability right now and we've been you are our coaching staff has done a great job you know we we have good stability we we we know who we are and what we're looking for and we went out and identified app and there's a lot of other programs out there that's not very stable um and a lot of a lot of good places that came knocking can call on and a lot of our guys remained loyal dog to us so i would think as we have said if you're west virginia in it played out as it played out today words it's guys you had verbals from they for the most part came through for you i think you would like the early signing period because now not only are you freed up a little bit as you move in a genuine february now you can really niche down in really identify your natshi filled what you thought all right now what's left.
"mylan" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Wants to go back to the old way and even objects to new ways how do you cope with that how do you deal with allpatterns and fears and they pop up ignore them squash them reason it out so to me i i really am a slave to my goals and that's a really important thing to understand about me is i am always working backwards from what do i need to do to achieve my goals and so one i recognize that the reason that you're finding that your mind it's like an addictions going back is a process called mylan nation so your brain is we're used to the negative thoughts its use of the old way of thinking and so it's actually connected those regions of your brain into a network through mile an asian which is the fatty tissue that it wraps around the connection points between the neurons so that the electricity can signal faster so that you actually become more efficient and thinking that way it's why the process of getting mastery works so i understand that about my brain nine your stand the trying to tear that down is in the right idea trying to build something new up build a new network that's the way that you want to go about it so i know kids going to take time and not going to focus on the negative loops i'm gonna focus on reinforcing the positive loops and one of the ways that i've gotten very effective at this is when i get into a negative loop what i do is i let that be a habit trigger to trigger the new way of thinking so my old way of thinking rather than lamenting it or going down that path as soon as i realize that i'm having those thoughts i immediately let that trigger the new way of thinking the new habit loop at the beginning that's inefficient and then a grows more efficient over time so instead of trying to silence the negative oyster my head i use it as a habit will trigger also i find that the negative voice in my head alerts me to something in fact this is important the negative voiced isn't necessarily wrong it just has its scale off so is trying to tell you that some thing is like some huge.
"mylan" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Pharmacy space the generics they're talking to our mylan is one of them which along with sandoz is huge and what the plans ours not completely clear but would it have a major impact on other businesses or you know we know now but the conversation supposedly centre on amazon taking a role in the drug purchasing which would disrupt space that is dominated by another distributor nick cazin right um so that's interesting too you know generic manufacturers are wanting to establish a relationship with amazon that's part of some of their 2018 business skulls because imagine the pressure valve they would release or would but would it be too complicated it might be to come and might make things not as affordable knowing what the pharmaceutical industry can be like it might not work and there's no formal discussions anyway so if they're not even close to this but there has been some preliminary chatter let's put it that way it gets that would be accurate to say about it preliminary chatter there is big chatter about this a four point one earthquake magnitude four point one earthquake smashed into delaware seven miles northeast of dover air force base who they were rock and it hit before five p m the delaware emergency management agency said there was no damage no reports of damage or serious injuries but it's scared a lot of people they said they could feel it as far south as suburban washington dc sylvia's turn europe next year on america tonight mm the bye.