35 Burst results for "Nausea"
Emily Frazer talks about tournament scheduling
"I'm more than happy to sit down with anyone brainstorm live talk how do we evolve? So it's not about just. US Right let's work together with other companies. We worked very closely with Predator and with. You obviously a staging other events as well, but let's work with them. Let's all work together and I said it. On our lost off the rail for Mattress Paul. As, there was a time where all of the major events on the pool calendar route customers with one another and I'll hold my hands up lost years, US Open is a little bit difficult because I'll calendar. We caught clash with officiant event on Netflix event because we're only one thing. So we we conscious sit there and guy right pool calendar. Let's go here. We have to think about td schedule our own mattress scheduled. Then we have to think about the snoop cook because we shouldn't clash with a big what That would be city of us. Then we will conquer the DOTS is the same audiences us so we've got all of that to think of them we okay Paul Calende. Site that times when we were clashing with our own big sporting events and I took on the nausea. We softened big time by cashing super billiards expert that wasn't on purpose. That was just you know. The locker draw and also we weren't in communication. We just none of us were in communication but now I've started off his threat on email all of the main promoters. Oh have schedules and calendars and we'll. Share together as I secret about it. We're all trying to work together. We understand at this time of the year and the current situation things. Aw, unavoidable thing is communicating. We're talking because the end go is again more calendar multiple events on the calendar. Don't clash with other major sports, other events because that's not going to help the place. We want them to be going back to back traveling from event to event if it were up to me about the suitcase and have. Matrimonial sport event every week of the calendar year. And that doesn't bother me all. I'm still young I like to think and that would be fantastic but so. That's what we're trying to do. We're all trying we should be working to get. and.
The story of Trevor Lawrence's life-changing summer
"So we just discussed how Trevor Lawrence is influence has been growing this off season I taking on issues of public health and racial inequality. But last month. The very thing that gives Trevor Lawrence his enormous Megaphone College football was put in jeopardy as players in conferences. Having. These discussions about canceling the season. What role in those discussions did Trevor Lawrence play. It was a Sunday night early August enduring. Trevor. Together again. There at travers fiancee's apartment and rumours are starting to pick up steam that some of the biggest most powerful conferences in college football the Big Ten PAC twelve that they're seriously considering, postponing their fall season, and this is coming at the end of a week. When of PAC twelve players have released a statement on the Players Tribune using the Hashtag we are united. And they've threatened to out fall CAM even opt out of games unless the conference mixed their demands for fair treatment and safety regulations and less the conference addresses concerns over racial justice, and meanwhile on a nearly parallel track, you have players the cost, the country, trevor, and fluted tweeting the Hashtag. We want to wait to express their desire to keep the seasonal live. So, in the Sunday night when it feels like college ball is teetering, it's actually dairying who decides to reach out to Dylan bowls. One of the players the Pactel's we are United Movement because endearing mine Houston gain. If we all join together the players in the we are united movement and the players in the we want to play movement that would be undeniably powerful for players who don't have concrete power who don't have a real seat at the table at least not yet their collective voice with the really hard to ignore because truly. So many of these fires want the same thing they want to play football this fall, they just want to do it in a safe responsible way. Dylan Daring, trevor they get on a three way facetime called a hash all this out to make sure they're all on the same page and that very quickly evolves into a zoom call with a dozen or so some of the biggest names in college football right Justin fields chew behind nausea. Harris And matter of thirty minutes, they agree to roll out a list of demands from this new fused Mecca Movement. It was amazing. How quickly we all got on the same page put something together I feel like the majority was getting spoken for. And we were like, Hey, we WANNA play. We want it to be safe but we do to take a watt mandated and universal safety procedures for Covid nineteen and they want to form players association. And it pretty much the stroke of midnight. These players, Tweeden Unison. But it's trevor naturally whose tweet is hurt the loudest he's re tweeted some fifteen thousand times including one quote tweet from President Donald Trump, and it's just a few days later actually that someone from the White House reaches out to Amanda Lawrence Trevor Lines mom letting her know that the president would like to get in touch with trevor. So hold on. So he has the president of the United States listening to him. Now let alone all of his peers across college football. What was that conversation with Donald Trump? Like? You know I would have loved to be a fly on whatever wall in whichever room that phone call took place the president has said really that trevor just reiterated his desire to play this season but trevor for his part hasn't divulged too much about that phone call. Conversation it was good I mean we just talked about kind of the whole we talked about that. We WanNA play like how's it going? How's it looking for the season and? president trump was just saying, yeah, I think our country needs college football and. then. Some small talk. Yes. We a little bit about what was going on in my life and vice versa. So that was pretty much the conversation though trevor is twenty years old the president of the United States wanted to speak to him. That is remarkable crazy. No matter which way you cut it. So. Let's recap here Halley Grossman because since March Trevor, Lawrence Age Twenty has faced pressure to help mitigate a global pandemic fight racism save the College football season display a level of political savvy and or gamesmanship that is obviously well beyond his years. So what else can you possibly be asked to do at this point? I mean look putting your stamp of approval which he's done on a list of demands that includes creating players. Association is a big deal. That's a radical way to reimagined that amateurism model that governs. College football right now but I think what this summer has shown is that trevor doesn't plan to quiet down you just a few days ago a whole lot of guys that original zoom call we talked about reconvened because they revealing again from a police shooting of a black man again, and so in the days after Jacob, Blake was shot. Trevor and Darien and Dylan, and a whole host of others talked once again to hammer out ways to help to draw attention to the issue and hopefully bring change. Trevor Lawrence football season is starting tomorrow and if all goes according to plan. He's GonNa win the heisman before becoming the first overall pick in next year's NFL draft teams have been salivating over his talent. There have been rumors that teams might even want to tank for Trevor Lawrence this season. So the question really that is, why is he even putting himself out there like this? Why even play the season? I mean that is the question, right? We have seen plenty a high profile opt-outs this season jomar chase at Lsu. Mike Parsons at Penn State today. Oregon. These are first round top ten NFL draft guys but no one literally nobody has less to lose by not playing the twenty twenty football season than Trevor Lawrence. are in a player having a job borough like. Or I don't know an asteroid hitting the earth, his Cossacks to go number one overall are safe, and at the same time, no one has less to gain by paddling the status quo or shaking up the current system than trevor does this system works just fine for him? He is a young white man. He's a young white quarterback, and so I asked Amanda, his mother that seems washing. Why? Why do all this? I put himself out there and she said something interesting she said look. there. are players out there who do need to even if trevor doesn't and there are people out there for whom the status quo and the current system don't work even if it works for him and he understands that now probably better than he ever has and he just wants to help. That's really it know told me one of his goals for the senior only meeting because he wanted everyone to understand that unless everyone is good no one is good and trevor, his best friend took that to heart. Of the day, there's so much division in our country. Just word of some people that WanNa see people together, WanNa see people love each other and I think that's where a lot of the things I do. It stems from that just wanted to see people happy together not divided. With all this pressure now from all of these different places in our country. Landing Atop. Trevor Lawrence's shoulders. What are you personally expect from him when the season starts? Because of the ways in which Trevor Lawrence has stepped onto center stage this summer it's almost easy to forget what it is. That gives him that stage in the first place, he is extremely good at his job. Term Lawrence is an excellent quarterback. Making predictions in two, thousand, twenty, hundred, probably a fools errand. But tomorrow, there's football comes we'll pay wake forest, and if clemson continues to play if they and the ACC and the big twelve and sec are able to play a full season, don't be surprised to see Trevor Lawrence back on the national championship stage. Don't be surprised to see Trevor Lifting the national championship trophy and along the way don't be surprised to see trevor continuing to speak out and perhaps that's one of the safest predictions you can make in twenty twenty. Life to be reflection of what I say and what I believe I've been thinking about everything that's going on and I think there has been some some moments where I had to say some things because it's just the right thing to do and it's time really is just how I live my life I want it to reflect what I say. I. Would always be the same person I want to be consisted. Eliot Grossman. Thank you for jumping on stage with. US. Thank you so much for having me. Pablo.
Ocean Born Mary House
"Built between seventeen, eighty, four and seventeen, eighty, six, the ocean born Mary House is an eighteenth century mansion in the hilly outskirts of Hanikra New Hampshire. It contains four large rooms on the first floor and six on the second floor, four bedrooms and two ante rooms. It's kitchen holds one of the largest domestic fireplaces in New Hampshire, with an eight foot six inch opening at enough room to cook twelve pies at once. There are four entrances secured with a New England style double cross which doors as the name implies these doors were intended to evoke the Christian Cross in order to ward off evil. It was a necessary precaution. Witnesses said that the head occur mansion holds numerous spirits from malevolent voices two phantom carriages. By the homes most famous coast is what gives it its name Mary Wilson Wallace One of the most beloved residents it's said she appears in a white dress with blazing red hair and ominous glowing eyes. Mary and her descendants would be prominent in New Hampshire Society for centuries to come. But the true source of her celebrity is the circumstances of her birth. Those same circumstances would ensure that the House that bears her name remained an object of interest long after her death. Elizabeth, new pregnancy would be difficult and she knew it would be worse on a ship even with her husband beside her. She had asked every woman she knew for advice before she left the shore Violin Behind for the Americas but no amount of talk had prepared her for the reality. For, morning sickness never went away nor did her swelling pregnancy had already destroyed sense of balance and the ruling of the ship made it nearly impossible to walk. She was largely confined below decks where she stared at the same shifting planks of wood day after day embroidery occasionally distracted her from the pain, but there was nothing to stop her boredom her idol mind spun horror after horror before her tired is every wave or patch of trouble waters seem like the end for them all her belly might help her float if the ship or capsized, but it was more likely that she would be trapped in the cabin with the furniture. Nightmares where the worst. She dreamed that she was stranded in an unending ocean as her baby tried to force its way out the child would scratch her insides while the current pulled her under neither of them could find a way to safety. She would wake up covered in sweat and gasping for air. The baby would kick against the walls of her stomach as if they'd seen the dream as well. The crew told her that they were lucky the winter. So strong this time of year to lose the wind was almost certainly a death sentence. Even the most hardened sailors went mad in stagnant sees. Elizabeth had never considered the notion that the wind could just leave that they would be stuck floating aimlessly time stopped except her advancing pregnancy, a ticking clock that became more dangerous with each day at. Sea. Elizabeth lay in her bed trying to summon the will to rise. Cheat awakened from her nap like she always did queasy uncomfortable. She wanted her husband James Comforting presence with her but he snuck up to the deck any chance he could. Fee- pounded down the stairs, Elizabeth, greater teeth, and pulled herself up and off the COT. She breaks her arms against the wall waiting for the nausea to die town. She could hear the sound of doors opening throughout the hall followed closely by the excited sounds conversation. She realized that the ship wasn't creaking with a usual steady motion. have. Land. Elizabeth made careful step after careful step to the door it creaked loudly as she pushed it open. Salt Air hitter immediately even though she was still below deck. Another wave of nausea world through her. She rubbed your stomach softly and told the baby that they would get through this. The ship outside of her cabin was chaos sailors and passengers ran every which way panic shouts echoed off the bulkheads footsteps slammed against the boards. Elizabeth. Grabbed young crew arm and asked if they were close to shore. His face lost color. She could tell that he'd been sweating, but she could also see separate trails of moisture down his face. He's been crying. Is Hands shook as he pulled his arm free and stammered out one word. Pirates.
interview With Roger Glover Of Deep Purple
"I had a chance to spend some time with his Band on the road throughout Mexico we had some great journeys. We had a great lunch legendary ban that is on a long goodbye tour that apparently is getting longer because they've just released a great new album called whoosh here is Roger Glover of Deep Purple Raj. How are you my friend? I'm great I'm great. You remember that luxury. Well, we we. I don't remember what city it was in but we stumbled upon some some spot and remember the band playing and we had a couple of drinks. It was a wonderful afternoon. That's right. There were more in the band we're eating in the restaurant. That's really true. We have a great photo of that somewhere. But anyway have you been Roger I mean it's It's crazy times in the world and deep purple is such a global touring band. It must be quite strange for you'd have to be sort of tethered down right now. a very strange Initially the longest time I've ever had. Is Our full. Stop. Jane. Cooking cleaning. Gardening. Well. You've got a young one you gotta young onto don't you? Too Young well, eleven and nine that's pretty young. That's a that's a that's younger than mine. So I know what it's like it's it's a lot of work. On, my older one is came over for a couple of weeks. She shot forty now and married and my two grandkids. FOR THE MOA It's been a hectic hectic time I. Keep Thinking this a rehearsal took permanent retirement. But I you know I don't want that to happen. So we live in hope. we recorded this album nausea year and so. The original release date was June sometime to go put back to August. Having sitting on a new album beside long without getting released. He's like old hat to us now and yet everyone tearing it for the first time. Yeah. I was GonNa ask you used to that I was GonNa ask you about the time line on it because if I'm not mistaken when we were traveling together and we did run through Mexico together, I remember some rumblings at that time from some of the guys in the band about the idea of. Doing a new record. So at that point, it was still in the talking stages I think and then I'm assuming you wrapped up touring everybody said Yeah let's go for it and you once again connect with the Bob with Bob. Ezra talk about the timeline and and given that you guys are short of winding down. was there differences in the band as to whether you should do new record or not? No. No wasn't actually it was. Quite organic. We'll wanted to do it. I think the thing is since probe. we've done three albums with him now and there's I think there's a feeling that our age seventy S. This is the Korea and we we've got three Amazing albums. showed a sort of a late flowering of abandoned Korea if you like. Very happy about that what what is it? What is it about the connection with the Bantu Baba's your and you know I've talked Alice Cooper about this and he's got a long history with them and a few other artists and I've actually talked to Bob and interviewed him a timer to what what is it for you? What is it about the purple guys that he's brought out of you guys that you feel so comfortable and wanting to be creative with him. And Klay in Toronto. Eight nine years ago. We didn't meet him that night, but the next day we had. A breakfast meeting with him. And he said some great things. He said he really loved musicianship in Swanton Ahe of the band. And He said. Should forget trying to you know, right. Songs to get you know. Parades forget sixty s just be yourself some stretch out. Not Keywords because we started writing. whatever immagination took us. and. I think we had a whole news of the writing experience lost three albums of Philip songs we could never written. Back in the seventies. So the the nineties so so You know. S Precious that connection. We get along with them really well, he looks very efficiently in the studio he encourages. Spontaneity. Encourages. freshness of all recording at the same time, we will go in the studio at the same dominant record the. We don't allow things on you know.
Cryptocurrency Markets On The Edge
"Good opportunities over the way Kim markets wise We did say Bitcoin close up yesterday's candle good two percent. Saturday it was Dan Hoffa percents dawdling along Napa three jot rotten. Now, we're going to bullish candidates three point, four percent backing that cradles on the weekly right. Now, we had a weekly close up point six of a percent we closet eleven thousand, seven, hundred, twenty, four, the Pisa glidden thousand Mothers Bay. The raging will be fine some support now, we not out of the out of the woods yet. We could certainly say the market come back Deepa the limb five until he breakout through the high of loss wakes candle is still in the cards. Lost Weeks was eleven thousand, eight, hundred thirty. We get above the. Will Continue to say, Bitcoin, move off to what has been. Let's be honest. We over the last couple of weeks I mean. We saw that. bitcoin strong couple of wakes up seven point eight percent beckon the twentieth of July. Then the twenty seventh of July were up eleven percent. So a guy in a strong way. The third of August, the start of August, we saw the handle up five point five non then the tenth of August, two percent. Then we would down two point two, five in the last month. Last. Week out point six of Senator Forget as well. We've got the one month the month ending. Very very shortly. Murat. Month right now it's not huge is only three cents at stands lost month mother. July was up twenty, four, point two, nine percent. So. Big. Although has A. Date pullback and hasn't gone to not for a little while you know it's it's sort of slow dead off that big Brennan I wouldn't be surprised. To say, have a bit of a run because if you consider. Aman, where are we going back to the fifth wheel of scars most of August? Look we saw a low of August the low of the month. will go the low the month was ten, thousand, six, hundred, fifty, hot twelve, thousand, five, hundred. So let's let's US Mike the two thousand. Dull. Is Not crazy now it's not crazy at all. So it could say a bit of a kick on for bitcoin at pulling back a little bit on yesterday's That's like. Too much going on. We do have a four hour tried to let it thousand, seven hundred and seventy s where we have. A very already. So kicked on again, yesterday up seven point six, five percent. Closing the wake-up nausea strong a good ten percents point seven, five percent. That's a pretty, damn strong wait there for rough sell straight back off got grease the bull the Rod has a four, twenty, five, twenty, four. Down one percent Australia kicking apply there is well. Exiled did may the ten period moving average loss wake low with twenty five point three cents and closed at twenty nine point so I closed twenty point three it's now at twenty point three point, two percent and. Is Starting to get a little bit of follow through I. WanNa see. Except to a bit more before I. Get involved in this way be SR bitcoin cash sitting back down that way a cradles on. Yeah. Loss Waking. At one point four percent loss weight but to tell you walk. Josh Soda hanging above that two seven five. Region which has been acting as a bit of support that will be very interesting to see how he guy. Throughout the rest of the way swig oversee with just starting, considering where we backing to the four hundred has an arsenal trend. With currently it's an option at two hundred and seventy dollars and fifteen cents hoffa percent. Why Coins? Well, McLaughlin had I am. A RIP Day yesterday up ten point four, two percent and ready citing lot coins wake. It did have a lar- that came in fifty, three, eighty six but ended up closing at sixty to ninety four. That's a big swing up three point. I, said last week. A really strong way ready for math from lot one of the strongest ally the. Within our top ten wetness what goes on for the time being be as Vasil. So sickening that little weekly cried align. It's look it's pretty like lost of a BS vade. Puppy tends to move hard with law of one eighty, one last week and I have to I non closing one, ninety, six, eighty, six, one, get above two, hundred on base the. That's where the the movement will start to shine on through still gonNA lower to one on six seventeen point three, five off percent cod Donna on the weekly. Will it also rejected the lows of the wake lows at ten point two cents higher at twelve point seven and closing at eleven point seventy, five so. It's up a little bit. Wrought now has a little bit late. He's not worth talking about really
What helps morning anxiety
"This week were talking about how to calm morning anxiety as many a lesser facing returning to work or have children who are returning to school or heading off to. College. High Nanga. How are you today Haitian? I'm good. Thank you. So good to be with you again to talk about a subject that we really haven't addressed in quite some time, but we're getting a lot of questions about. So let's dive right into how we can help ourselves when we suffer with morning and diabetes when I suffered with anxiety my youth late teens early twenties morning anxiety became. A. Real thing for me. It was very debilitating and I would wake up every morning feeling. Extremely. Shaky and nauseous and found it really hard to step into my day. What are some of the symptoms of morning anxiety? Symptoms of winning Zaire often the same as the symptoms of general anxiety in my experience with the addition of nausea and loss of appetite. That's particularly common with morning anxiety. But otherwise, the usual symptoms, rapid heartbeat, tight chest, shortness of breath physical tension, muscle tension, the body, a strong feelings of anxiety or sense of dread about facing the day ahead and feeling confused mentally overwhelmed like everything's just too much to face. And thankfully, and we have lots of suggestions for how to make that better. But before we go there, let's talk about some of the causes of morning anxiety. It's usually caused by the same factors also contribute to Jim rulings anxiety combined with that stress an overwhelm of facing a new day, and then also there's the natural increase in stress hormones that can happen for us first thing in the morning. I remember. Being much more anxious when I had a workplace that I traveled to than than, I, do now having my own business. Everything that needed to be done before going and then becoming a mom and. Adding in caring for my daughter and getting ready and getting off to work and all of the things that come at us we have so many things that we juggle. So it's no wonder that we can have these feelings of discomfort in the morning. It's other things that can also cause issues in the morning. Low Blood Sugar If you drink alcohol the night before. The anticipatory anxiety can come sometimes before a big day at work or Big Day at school in the negative self-talk those gremlins and our brain can get assault up and then of course, negative news and TV. Film anything that's coming through your screens that is agitating. All contribute. And then this, the fact that the transition from being asleep to being awake is quite a strong transition for the body certainly for somebody that's suffering with anxiety we go from you know being not really conscious of what's going on around us too often. Waking up with an alarm clock or a sudden jolt and kind of sitting out and thinking Oh this is what I have to deal with I. If you're already suffering anxiety that stuff can really hit you in domino effect unruly stack up course strong stress response strong anxiety response in the body. The good news is this is something that can be very much supported unchanged. I think that alarm clocks are really. Not. Okay. Yeah me too truly. I'm grateful for the alarm clocks that play soothing music or wound do something that will help you transition from sleep to being awake Ursus loud buzzers and and things that jolt you away. They just 'cause a sense of anxiety on hearing them, which is why so many people throw them across the room or hit snooze if there's a way that you can figure out how to get up without that jolt with a little bit more softness and sweetness.
Bobby Mackey's Music World
"Wilder Kentucky is a town of about three thousand people along the state's northern border. It's small very small, less than four square miles much of it is wooded. One might not expect at town of this size to have a nightclub, but it does. In, one thousand nine, hundred, seventy, eight, former farm and railroad worker named. Bobby mackey open to Honky Tonk bar off Kentucky route nine, the building it shows had a long history before mackey took ownership of it. Local legends says that in the past it was both a speakeasy and to slaughterhouse on top of being a hotbed for. Satanism. Today, it's rumored to play host to kind of spirits from full body apparitions, demonic portal's. Bobby. Mackie's checkered past and spectral present have the title of the. Most haunted nightclub in America. Sharon didn't like working on the desolate strip of road that led to Bobby. Mackie's she wanted to be closer to Cincinnati where there were always people around things got too quiet here. The silence left too much space for her own thoughts after the last song played on the Jukebox in the patrons had finally left. She mopped the floors wipe down countertops. The windows would shake slightly but she'd been told not to pay attention to that the regular joke that it was some vengeful spirit. Sharon suspected the cause was far more mundane cheap glass and poor construction Sharon unplug the jukebox took one last look around the place. It had never shined like the Chrysler building, but it looked clean again. She went through a small door in the back which barely clear head and up a small staircase to the tiny apartment above the bar she called home. Living and working in the same place took its toll. She had nights where she dreamt that she was trapped like puzzle winter. Tower. The whole world could change around her and she'd be none the wiser locked up above. In the light of day, those dreams seemed more than a little dramatic at night. However, they almost felt prophetic. This building held whatever pieces of herself she'd sewn together. If she ever dared leave, they would Holland raffle long strands pulling her into the strange dark well in the basement, a relic of one of the bars many other lives. As she claimed the steps. She. Saw someone waiting at the top for her. It was a woman wearing a faded dress. The intruders swayed on the step her hands clasped around her throat. Sharon paused and yelled at this area was off limits. The woman held Sharon's is and mauled two words. L. ME. Suddenly she sprinted down the stairs Sharon brace tourself expecting to be bowled over. But just before they made contact but women disappeared into thin air. Wave of nausea overwhelmed. Sharon. It was hard to describe exactly what had happened. She had built something hut pass through her body. She suddenly realized she'd never heard any footsteps even as the woman was charging at her. She reminded herself that she was tired. It had been a long night of tending to customers. She was probably having a waking nightmare. Sharing continued up the steps. nauseous. started to dissipate the heat was long-on. Sharon entered the cramped quarters she called home. Then sat down her small vintage chair it had come with the place in certainly wasn't her style, but she may do. After a while the familiarity was comforting. She untied her shoes. Let her body relax for the first time in days. Sharon's head felt heavy she didn't want to move. She let her eyes fall shut telling herself that she was just taking a quick power nap. She'd go to bed soon. She woke to the feeling of serrated metal teeth pressing into her neck. Sharon's body jerked involuntarily the blade dug into her skin. She screamed knowing that no, one would hear her. There was only highway and the river beside the nightclub. She was alone. Horizon. Went. As, adjusted Dhaka's. There was a man leering over her. His hand shook with the weight of the saw in his hand. In. The haze of retired mind she wondered how he entered when everything was locked up tight for the night. She told him that there was a safe downstairs, but it was empty. He didn't want money. The manse bat on the floor told her he was there to help her. Take care of things.
DevOps and Site Reliability with Matt Watson from Stackify
"This sort of field and and what serve inspired you to take the leap from whatever you're doing at the time to say, I want to start I company built a company around. DEVOPS and site reliability. Yes. So I am now thirty nine years old just day was my birthday and happy birthday. So thank you. I actually started my first software company when I was Let's see twenty two years old and. Coming Calvin solutions and that company grew really fast it was actually it's weird to think about now but was really kind of on the forefront of SAS software as a service companies in back. Then crap was hard like if we needed more servers like we're racking servers and stolen vm ware and like dealing with all that kind of crap and you know none of that was fun and none of it was easy and it was before the cloud right before aws azure and all these things, and so did you have a warehouse or something i? Mean how did you see we use? A local data center I mean, it was just a lot of can't city data center but you know so that company really grew really fast and in two thousand eleven we sold it. But when we sold it you know I had about forty people that worked for me and it most of that was software development but we had every challenge in the world from you know how to scale this thing the performance and bugs, and trying to build new features, and like we had all the problems as a startup, right? And you know my goal when I when I left there and started stack by was to build a set of tools and a platform that would help developers better understand how their applications are performing, how to troubleshoot basic problems. View errors view log files know just basic kind of day to day stuff, which is a lot of a devops `sorry kind of stuff these days but the problem I had back then and is it felt like myself and the three or four other. Developers that were the most important people in the whole company spent all day long looking at log files and trying to solve bugs in production. Right when we have like forty other developers, but they just didn't have the knowledge, the tools, the security access you know just didn't have all of those things to really help troubleshoot things and we just didn't have the tool. So that was originally the goal was know how do we build a set a tool sell developers troubleshoot basic problems You know so that the lead developers don't spend all day doing it. Yeah. Yeah. Let's try to unpack. I'm pack you. It's actually there's a lot of complexity around. Just getting. Some diagnostics into your hand, right. So you have this data center. Now most people are using aws. Let's say you've rented out a portion of the data center and you have some servers on it. How do you go from one hundred, thousand, ten, thousand machine serving some website to? Being able to look at something on your computer and say, Oh yeah, this this is bad. This log line is bad. How how does that end to end process look like? Well so all of these things have changed a lot over time right and used to be you know developers and system administrators would would set up all these machines and have a load balancer and you can log into the server and. Of course, you have all the DISA- Curie access, you know concerns with all those things right. But now you fast forward to today and like servers aren't even thing we have containers or we have server less applications and you now you're deploying a container somewhere and there's one many of those instances of that container and yet to your point of like. Well, how do I get the log files off of a container? Break it's it's like there's more and more levels of abstraction from you know developer or anybody on it to troubleshoot these things. There's multiple layers of automation and abstraction and all this stuff which makes it more and more difficult to troubleshoot some of these things because we use Microsoft azure stack by and we were really trying to troubleshoot something and I had to figure out how to SSh into a container that was. Am by the one I I'm an old Microsoft developer basically who eats every hates everything command line related. and. So I'm I'm not an old dog and I feel like an old dog now being forced to learn this Cuban eighties in all this stuff and Lennox. And I'm like God the is. So can I just like already pee into the box and like trouble shoot some things it'd be a little easier but you know the only way we get access to these things today is to get all the data off the servers right so like log data we gotta get the logging data off of the servers containers, the server lous APP whatever type of APP it is wherever it is wherever it's deployed you've got to get that data off of there and get it to you know A. Centralized. Logging solution which there are a lot of those backfires one of them we centralize logging, but there's things. Or all sorts of solutions that you can throw all of your logging data into elastic search, another popular how how does that work? So someone wants to use any of these. Let's say Stack Affi-, they built some docker container that has their their their website business logic, and then how did they connect that to Stack Affi- they? Right As. Part of their code like you have something in every programming language. So using say see boss boss or or no gas or something they have to have some line that says you log this Daca fi like how does it? How does that work? Yeah most developers in their applications use some form of standard logging framework, right? So in dot net that's log for Jay in its nausea since it's Winston, you know dot net it's in log log frenette are. So there you know they use these standard logging frameworks which help you decide if you WANNA logged the disc or log to. SIS LOG or windows event viewer rolling files on Disk, and all these different things right and so most most of the way you do this is they sport different targets or penders that are seeing the call different things. But basically, they're like extensions that allow you to just change your convict file to say you know what I want to send these this logging data to this third party source now, which could be stack or whatever the thing is right so It's usually a small configuration
Holland Taylor: Is 77 and Busier Than Ever
"Taylor. Welcome to the show and congrats on the emmy nomination for Hollywood. Fell into a pot of honey without role yeah. I. Agree. You know I love that character she was a genuinely nice person for lack of better words. She genuinely cared about the other actors in the show and helped guide them to making good decisions in their careers in your own career. Did you have anyone like that? You know I've lived for so long I can scarcely remember being mentored but of course, I learned from everybody I encounter and I ex and I even consciously experienced myself observing someone and say Oh what an interesting way to do that I learned a lot of people and I'm particularly interested in seeing very young actress and how they. How they attack task you mentioned your age you're seventy seven. You also seem to have never been busier. I know it's actually I've had I've had an extraordinary career in that the usual plight of the actor, which is long periods of not working has not been my situation. I've really worked pretty steadily. My beginning years were hard because I was. Too Young to play the parts that I was right for because I was never nausea new but once I hit my stride I've really never had hard period is so untypical ever atypical that I feel kind of guilty about it. I've been blessed with good fortunate lately Ming One thing right after another. It's just been very, very quiet lately it's changed very changed experience and having never been busier though, are you the anomaly amongst people your age or you're seeing that across the board? Oh I I'm seeing a lot maybe because I'm in the Ryan Murphy Universe Ming Ryan Murphy has an enormous interest in women as characters on their own separate from any relationship they may have with whatever man is in their purview. Female actors are used to having roles that are connected to a man you. You can't just be a person who story is being told. You are the life of the mother, all the daughter of the friend of the sister of I think now in the Ryan Murphy World, he sees him and he sees women and their particular evolution of their life and how they realize themselves. He finds it very interesting. So. There's plenty of women an elder women in his world. One of my favorite scenes from Hollywood was between you and Joe Mondello icon Joel Montello discussing your relationship and it was a vulnerable conversation and kind of hate how much it stood out to me how rarely I've seen somebody your age onscreen talking about those things yes we were very aware how rare are. Seen it was and as such, we really wanted to do it. Well, we had a lot of sort of fluttering nervous about it because it seemed such a critical scene. You can't really fully right out a scene like that because so much is unspoken so much as difficult to say so the characters really behave with each other in ways that you hope are revealing. Such an ineffable occurrence that happens when one person reaches out to another and the reaches not grasped back I'm feeling tightness in my throat just thinking about it because it was a scene of such delicacy and we really so wanted to do it well, because people never forget moments of such delicacy and human pain human stress and human urine. I'm Kinda surprised to hear you talk about wanting to do the scene well and Justice I. Guess My assumption would be that at seventy seven you feel very comfortable and confident in your craft a lot of things in acting happen or they don't happen. and. INEFFABLE. It's hard to put your finger on it. You know what the ingredients are. You know with the character was, but the character moves through behavior not just to the spoken word when two characters are working together. There is always an element of Magic to it, and sometimes it clicks and sometimes it just doesn't. It's hard to really control. So there is a sense of. Walking on a tightrope, always enacting you and your partner have to pick up each other's infinitesimally delicate hues and it's very moving. When you are in connection with another actor. It's like being outer space. There's a little spec these tune respects each other and they come within. Communication blinking distance and they blink and then they pass on.
Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith
"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. Shea was born on October twenty, three, nineteen, seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. Now, the L. Said Woods village, which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, the Edwards and the smiths. Siblings cousins, and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. Nine. Lisa was born on November twenty, nine, Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, and dougie shillings worth. On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. Nat King. Cole's Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. The close knit family spent their evenings together, dancing and singing. But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, a heart attack and Pasta way. Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. Minor roles. So babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. Cindy. who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, which was a remote ap Bac town, they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. River. On Saturday December five, nine, hundred, ninety, seven, Cindy. Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. By the time evening fell. The two of them had decided to go into town. Burke was a small town with a population of just three, thousand, four, hundred paypal. It was originally home to the Nimba people, but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. Lock old indigenous people across. Australia. The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. By the late nineteen, th century, their population had dwindled. While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. CADDO stations.
Sorry Crypto Maximalists, But QE Is NOT The Devil - Alex Blum from Two Prime
"So topic number one. qe Is not the devil, right so Wednesday teasing the central banks fancy word for create new currency and why call Keynesian model. So. We'll just looking at the. The nausea has crypto was born as a reaction to the two thousand eight financial crisis. We can talk about the you can talk about the positive implications for crypto markets that was kind of interesting. I see I would think that the Qe is will be seen as. Positive full crypto is just that what we expect to happen terms of light hyperinflation and then bitcoin going to the moon that's not been happening. Yeah. And with twelve years into bunkers levels of Qe. So can you speak on that? Yes. So I think to start I think a lot of people in the space very little trust for. Governments. Fans `institutions, which basically set monetary policy and end up printing. new money. It's not out of the world. A lot of the growth of Western economies has come from quantity quantitive easing, fractional, banking, fractional reserve banking, and so what this last to do is Basically. Create new acids new opportunities and and put money into things without having everything directly backed by a piece of gold or some other kind of hard asset Actually what's made it possible for our economy to grow post gold and post slavery as a different model I think we're things run into issues when you create this new money and it goes to a junk so. The Super Leverage Politics that have no real value generating a real value and you get this collapse in believer faith in that in the underlying and as well as claps and faith in the money that represents it, and so truly question of allocation. If you do to easing and give the money to chucky cheese dollars, you're GONNA have a problem if the money goes to space exploration and developing new medical research and helping the poor in a way that is reasonable and actually creates value than you have. Okay. You know banks. Currently, they do publication where their lending out money to people to buy real estate. For example, the recently generating that money themselves and then were getting the money returned to them through. The return of principal plus interest, and so you can basically create and get it back plus some if it's done correctly. So. In terms of its relation to crypto space I mean. In the last twelve years obviously bitcoin his done quite well in the last year or two a little bit more flats. It's tough to I. Think Today we look at like bitcoin why isn't going up more but it's pretty astonishing that it exists at all and that it was able to take flight, and so you know you can kind of see this risk premium or maybe a extra. Now the in the price of all this kind of uncertainty especially the early days of Bitcoin. By quantitative easing or new money helps to move into the space. That I think in terms of the. Performance recently and like its relationship to new money printing in the US, for example. I. Think it's. Very early yet to say, that money hasn't come into the space or you we might have seen a giant collapse so they're not been quantitative easing. It's tough to know what to compare it to necessarily but It's not surprising that there's a bit of lag or not an exact timing of like new dollars per did in twenty cents immediately goes Debbie Bitcoin obviously there could be some time lag. Structure Market. Dynamics. That caused the price do not move exactly the same moment and probably a good thing that it's not completely dependent upon the money supply for the price of Bitcoin number just be another leveraged financial product just like any other make bitcoin anything special unique. Okay. Isn't that the argument though like This there's a delay. In between the creation of new currency and having an impact on prices. And The. Question is I think they'll answerable question about. Eighty degrees of that economic effect. Happens. And be will. No. One can tell how long it takes. To to actually have a real effect on relation. In the the question. Show in the. Bitcoin. World. We all love. The fish supply, right Twenty one, million goings. Will ever exist right all twenty, one, million of mind. But we know that that is the absolute guarantee monetary policy. That's most people are into crypto four and it can be changed. You know technically you can change the rules of the network, but it require mass consensus, which is highly unlikely to ever get past right because the bitcoin would lose its value since that's One of the tenants everyone's into it for so just purely by simplifying it. If. There's a pile of twenty, million bitcoin. The. Ratio a prices ratio between one asset. Another right. So if you trade against US dollars, you have a ratio with dolls and wanted to on the other. And if you took old dollars in existence will bitcoin existence and credit ratio than you've got. A bitcoin price say, right. Now, if you increase the supply on one side of the equation, he changed the price.
Coronavirus: When Will the Vaccine be Ready?
"Cuba seems to have the coronavirus under control, but a lot of the world continues to struggle in the past six weeks. The number of cases worldwide has roughly doubled doubled in six weeks for many of us hope lies in finding a vaccine with me to talk about the latest vaccine research and efforts to ramp up. Production is the world's global health corresponded Alana Gordon along this week phase. Three trials started in the US for one. One of the leading vaccine contenders. What does that mean phase three trials so the biotech? Madeira I'm with the national. Institutes of Health has started this phase three trial, and what that means is thirst killing of testing of the vaccine. People recruiting some like thirty thousand people where some get placebo. Some don't because at this point. You don't really know I. Have The vaccine approach that's been developed in the lab in these smaller scale phases. Whether that actually works. You also have to figure out how the dose works and side effects and this company Moderna it's not the only candidate. No, definitely not. There's an Oxford trial with Astra Zeneca. That's already been in three. That's being tested in the UK south. Africa and Brazil Marco for overall. There's like two dozen vaccines and human trials. At this point, governments are placing their bet than some of these front runners to try to get that vaccine available. Because let's you figure out something works. You don't have the time or space in a pandemic to then be like okay. Let's start figuring out how to scale this up. What does that all mean for access as people are like predicting when vaccines going to be ready, so they can make it. The conversations are on access are happening right now, and they're complicated, and they're full of ethical issues. I talked to Monsef slowly about this. He's the chief advisor for Operation Warp speed. It's this new government program. It's really in the hot seat because it's focused on getting a vaccine for the United States by January hardest step, frankly for access is forever vaccines. And, that's what we're. Aiming to still billions of dollars are going into figuring out these different vaccines. The US has narrowed it down. He says to eight vaccine candidates, and then they've also been agreeing to manufacturing contracts, but in all of this slowly says that the companies have agreed to share data from their research on these trials with the world. For him right now is focused as if you can figure out the right combination of a vaccine approach that is a game changer for all vaccines, Frank H, the the most valuable come. Next to of course, the vaccine noses themselves is. What does it take to be protected? Because then everybody can go and do that. Alone, I understand that, but they're still. The manufacturing part of the vaccine has to get made, and then how does distribution to what countries get prioritized? I mean. If you look at the past, we shouldn't be surprised with what we're seeing. An which is that geopolitics is all over this I mean. There's a global race for a vaccine also for access to it. Countries are trying to do this for their populations, and what that means countries that have more resources wind up getting the contracts I I talked to Raji Than Kaya. He's with the company Takeda about this, but he wears hats because he has worked in the US government on Pandemic Preparedness Nausea, Global Vaccine Access he does worry about this trend with all these countries. Now that we're seeing lineup for contracts I hope is that there will? Will be very little time between when significant numbers of people say in the US, get vaccine, and when the rest of the world gets meaningful volumes of vaccine. Are there efforts being made right now to broaden vaccine access when that vaccines developed? Yeah, absolutely and Sovan Kayak is actually on the board of the Coalition for epidemic. Preparedness Innovations full is called often referred to Steffi and they're working with the world. Health, organization. The idea is to bring in as many countries as possible to lower resource and higher resource countries to come up with these contracts with manufacturers, and the idea is that twenty percent of populations would gain access to vaccine. Not all countries have signed onto this like the United States. It tends to be that the lower resource countries tend to bear the bigger burden of diseases of pandemic for longer. The world's Alana Gordon. Thanks very much. Thanks Markup.
Happy Soberversary! Lessons from 10 Years Sober & 12 Years in Recovery
"Hi sober souls. It's Lynn from Georgia and I'm really excited for today's episode because. I'm about to turn ten years summer. By the time you'll be listening to this. It will be July twenty seven. Which is my sober bursary? It is the day that I entered Hazelton Betty Ford in center city Minnesota, screaming. Yeah literally screaming for help. I was intoxicated so sometimes. I actually tell folks like I'm going to tell you that. My actual date of not being intoxicated was probably closer to the twenty eight, but I went in pretty early on the twenty seven. So it's just easier for me to remember. However I did spend twenty four hours in detox, which was super. Fun For those of you who have been? been through detox, it was my third detox and Yeah, that one stuck for those of you. Who May Not Know My story? I attempted to get sober like so many of us long before. I actually attained sobriety, so I say that I have been in recovery. 'cause, that's what I fully believe as opposed to one hundred percent sober for two years prior to actually finding sobriety. And they'll talk a little bit more about that once I. Get into what I'm going to share with. And that is my lessons from ten years of Sobriety in twelve years in recovery I've worked really hard to kind of home down to ten lessons. Only because it's fun to do it that way, Ten and ten you know, but there are so many more than ten lessons. Many of which I often talk about here on the PODCAST, so getting back to my story I was really bad off before I went into -ment and by bad off. I mean yeah, in the two years prior I had seven months of sobriety or I guess I would actually call it. Since I was still taking prescription drugs and counter drugs, not as prescribed, but leading up to my final days as an active drinker, I experienced loss, and what we often call in the Biz a precipitating event, which set my final days of drinking into high gear for approximately the final three months for me, and that event was my father died I was estranged from my father at the time. I actually felt like while he was dying, he was somewhat haunting me. And I would go between him haunting me about actually coming to see him before he died, my parents were living in Arizona at the time, and also just the culmination of his mental illness, which was lifelong for me in how that manifested in my waking and sleeping hours as negative self talk, and also I really did feel like he was in my consciousness. So hopefully that is okay for some of you out there indefinitely I know it's okay for those of us like myself. Who are into the Woohoo? So in any case he did pass away and for the next several weeks I was off and on drinking, and then well into the month of June where I had. Had really relapsed. If you will in a hard core way I just gave up, and I just started drinking twenty four seven, I would have days where I would push myself to recover, which meant for me sitting on my sofa until the nausea went away until I had stopped throwing up, and I would push myself into overdrive an exercise I would try and exercise and Excise the alcohol out of me, and it was so painful, and then of course after a day or so of doing this, I would talk myself into drinking again as if I could have some modicum of control, these were the days that I would wake up after only buying one bottle it was. At the time, which was so horrific to me that that's what I was buying, but that's what I was buying and I would go four blocks drive for blocks to the gas station to get it every morning. There were mornings that I was up at you. Know seven, because, of course you don't sleep well and rain for eight o'clock living in Wisconsin at the time for the store to open, so I could get my drug. It was excruciating. I was of course in a deep depression I wasn't thinking straight. I was isolating and there was literally nothing. Nothing, that anyone could do I at one point scheduled. What I know now is my second or third intervention. Call my family to come. Help me somehow, and they did not have any idea what to do. They were not well-versed in addiction at all. All they knew to do is to take me to the hospital. Where they gave me comfort drugs including Atta van and sent me home with Clemson
The prohibition against marijuana in the hospital
"Francis has just been hospitalized for the third time for cancer while at home. She's been managing the chemotherapy much better than expected in the hospital. She's frustrated at home. She's treating her nauseousness and her anxiety with marijuana, but in the hospital she's not allowed to use marijuana even if she brings her own edibles or vape pen for Francis, a hospitalization is already an anxiety provoking experience, but is now even more so because she can't use what she knows will calm her down. The majority of states thirty five have legalized marijuana for medicinal uses and millions of Americans use it for. For medicinal purposes, and even more for recreation to relax well many state governments have chilled around marijuana use and focused their drug enforcement efforts elsewhere. Hospitals cling to the past. They feel a strong need to forbid marijuana. No, surely there are a few patients are on medications that might interact with marijuana and doctors and patients should discuss these situations, but what hospitals are doing as forcing patients to be sneaky what Francis has found is that the only way she can reliably relax is with marijuana, so she's forced to act the way she did when she was a teenager and sneak into her hospital room. This is complete nonsense and And it creates a situation where Frances and her doctors are not focused on her best health so now. Doctors don't know what she's taking, so they can't advise her against US marijuana. If there is a really good medical reason for her to abstain, there are many reasons to allow people to use marijuana, the hospital or nursing home if they wish most importantly for conditions, such as chronic pain, anxiety and nausea, it is effective therapy and is often better than prescribed expensive medicines, and if the person is using marijuana and his force to suddenly stop when they come into the hospital, it can cause her symptoms to worsen. Yes, the. The feds are still in the dark ages and consider marijuana a schedule one drug, but they're not pursuing law enforcement at hospitals and healthcare facilities. When a doctor provides a medical need, there are some hospitals, even the Mayo Clinic that have allowed patients to use marijuana in the hospital and in states like California were having. Marijuana is not a crime. There are no state prohibitions on hospital. Use so like much in medicine policies are often remnants of days gone by, and they had not change to keep up with science or demand. Hospitals seemed to be more concerned about upsetting regulators than helping patients, assuming that there's not sound medical. Against Marijuana use a particular person. Francis can't wait to get out of the hospital, but in the meantime she has her stashed marijuana that she takes twice a day and not a single staff member knows about it.
Toxic hand sanitizers recalled for methanol
"If you have some no name, hand sanitizer that you bought, maybe at a dollar store. The FDA says it could poison you. Exposure can cause nausea, vomiting, headache, blurred vision, permanent blindness, seizures, coma and even death. So something you want to avoid boxes Jeff but also the off brands tested all made in Mexico. The FDA Web site has a list of all the dangerous hand sanitizers.
FDA warns about 5 additional toxic hand sanitizers
"In Canada. The Food and Drug Administration has added more kinds of sanitizers from Mexico. They they say, you should not be using to clean your hands. Last month, the FDA put out a list of nine of them because they have methanol in them. Methanol is hazardous to your health, and five more brands have now been added to that list for the same reason they are. Group on Selma's hand sanitizer gel trans Liquid Technologies. Mystic Shield protection bursts it m Bercy hand sanitizer gel, antiseptic alcohol, 70% topical solution. Or it's hand sanitizer. If you have any of them, the FDA says, Throw them away. That meant that all can cause nausea, headaches, blurry vision, seizures and
Philadelphia coronavirus updates
"In Philadelphia is giving its Regular Corona virus news conference Now Brian Abernathy, the city managing directors on Let's listen in the life of general heat guidance in a few minutes. I'm also pleased that we're joined today by nausea or the president and CEO of the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging. I will offer guidance for seniors and talk about how PCH and help Philadelphia traditionally has an extensive heat response system that has been nationally. Examples include PCs Heat Line, which nausea will speak about, as well as our Department of health outreach teams and homeless outreach during hold right emergencies. Our goal this summer's to maintain as many elements of that is possible despite the Koven restrictions. As you know, we made the difficult decision back in made keeper city who was closed this summer to safeguard against the virus. We are offering, however, is one alternative spray grounds. 91 spray grounds and spray features were open on Monday, July 6, operating under safety guards. The city is also offering its place streets program. 100 place streets in areas Most impacted one. Yes, I'm sorry. 100 place treats in areas most impacted by the Heat island effect will have cooling gets which include umbrellas, intense misting fans, super soakers and neck cooling rags. So far, 310 place trees applications have been approved. This brings me to a more difficult area of summer heat. How we offer help one days when the heat is the most intense, such as when we invoke a heat off emergency. We're currently currently in in the the process process of of determining determining how how we we conceive conceive the the open open facilities facilities such such as as libraries libraries and and PC, PC, a a senior senior centers centers during during those those feet feet events. events. We're We're working working with with our our partners, partners, including PC, a unbalancing. This social distancing needs imposed by the pandemic against the health risks a prolonged exposure to heat. Is may include some out of the box options that would not be necessary during normal summer. Because the pandemic is evolving situation. We will be providing specific details when we're closer to a potential heat health emergency. We will, however, make sure that those in need that need to go somewhere have somewhere to go. In the meantime, it is vitally important. Every resident try to develop a he plan for their family members, particularly seniors. Don't wait for the heat wave to figure out what to do make a plan now. I also want to remind folks who struggled financially that options are available. Data from one from Philly counts shows that among people concerned about heat utility costs are significant reason where they're concerned. In response to the Corona virus, the state's low income home energy assistance program or lie, he will be accepting applications for his recovery Crisis program through August 31st. Or until fund's exhausted whichever comes first. In addition, utilities have extended their moratorium on John Ross. Chico is extending and supports policies, which includes the spending, non payment service disconnections, waving new late fees and reconnecting customers who were previously disconnected until further notice. We hope efforts like this will ensure that residents who have the option of air conditioning will make use of that during he waves. Before I turn it over to Dr Farley. I also wanted to note that this morning we announced details regarding its partnership with North Broad Renaissance, or NPR to support local businesses. NPR launched the reopened with care campaign to help businesses on their order or reopen safely on the stay at home, where was lifted. The goal was not only to support businesses but also to restore consumer confidence by letting people know that businesses are falling recommended safety safety procedures procedures procedures to to to to keep keep keep keep keep customer customer customer customer customer safe. safe. safe. safe. safe. Department Department Department Department Department of of of of of Commerce Commerce Commerce Commerce Commerce and and and and and City City City City City Council Council Council Council Council work work work work work with with with with with with any any any any any any BR BR BR BR BR BR to to to to to to bring bring bring bring bring bring more more more more more more commercial commercial commercial commercial commercial commercial orders orders orders orders orders orders and and and and and and more more more more more more more business business business business business business business is is is onboard onboard onboard with with with the the the re re re opened opened opened with with with care care care campaign campaign campaign acting acting acting Commerce Commerce Commerce director director director Sylvie Sylvie Sylvie Galya Galya Galya Howard Howard Howard is is is with with with us today and will be available for questions on this program during the Puy on a portion Now let me turn it over to Dr Charlie for his health Health update and he planning guidance. Thanks very much. Eso case counts from the Corona virus infection continue to rise nationally and in Pennsylvania and hear Philadelphia. Our daily case counts are rising slowly. After falling for months. So you're some numbers Since this time Yesterday, we identified 143 new cases of the virus infection in Philadelphia residence bring us a total of 26,460 beginning of the epidemic. On some of that 143 or past cases, which we identified through a database maps we did yesterday. But if you look at our graphs overall on our website you statement the past week. We're averaging about 110 cases per day. Now we have seen some shifts with this increasing number of cases in the towards younger people in the past two weeks, about 1/3 of the new newly identified cases are under the age of 30. And we continue to get reports of people with infection who traveled before they got affected to the New Jersey shore. Since this time yesterday were identified five additional deaths from the Corona virus infection resident springing US to total 1614 just beginning the epidemic that 830 or 51% are a nursing home residents That's what's happening here. Philadelphia now in other areas were saying very continued very rapid growth of U. S case counts overall, more than 80% higher now than there were 14 days ago, and they're at all time highs in this epidemic. States that are particularly hard hit hard on the state of South and the West. Re opened without enforcing safety precautions like mess. We're also seeing rapid growth of the epidemic in southwest Pennsylvania around Pittsburgh, and every region of Pennsylvania now is showing increases in case counts. I want to just summarize a little bit. What our response is the second way that you talk about previous sessions. First, we're reminding businesses and manages the activities that they are required from four star safety precautions, particularly around distancing. And masks. But no, this is well and this week, Staff and volunteers Health Department are going to stores and distributing that guidance in person as well. Distributing posters, stores can put up to remind people that was intended to follow when their store Next week. We'll be launching a media campaign directed it all filling up your resident's talking about the importance of using masks. We really want to make reinforce that simple message as much as possible. Tied to that the mayor signed an executive order requiring people to wear masks whenever they're indoors and public places or outdoors and can maintain a distance of more than six feet. Mother people Governor, as you probably know now has passed the state wide assigned a state right order, saying something very similar. Damascus is not required until it's required in the state of Pennsylvania. We announced on Tuesday that we're going to put a pause on restarting indoor dining at restaurants and indoor gyms and took the center's because we're particularly concerned about the risks in those settings. We're reminding everybody who can continue to work remotely continue to do so. If you can work remotely that reduces the risk so continue to do so. And we're recommending that people who are medically vulnerable such as people were elderly or medical conditions. Take extra precautions. Basic rules are stay home. And don't let cove it into your house. That means having your other household members stay home as much as possible. And when you're around them where have asked yourself on Have your council members are a mess as well? Now the second way was gotta be disheartening. After so much progress. We made it. It's gotta be frustrating to see case rates rise here as well as run. The rest of it is clear that we will be living with this virus for a long time. But the situation isn't forever. Tourism hope so I thought I talked just a few minutes about a long term goals for this epidemic that is to me vaccine development. Overall progress developing vaccines has been extremely rapid much faster than it would have ever expected. There now. Dozens of research groups that created vaccines that have produced antibodies fund administered to animals and those antibodies appear to protect those animals from the infection. So it really appears to be that it's easy to train immune system to recognize and kill this virus much easier than with other virus is much easier than I would have expected. Put up sign language called a 19 is nasty, but it looks like not very smart. The New York Times has an excellent read page summarizing vaccine development. It was 145 vaccines and development, 19 of which our human trials that this is a given him two humans test out their safety and effectiveness. And more than 1000 people who were vaccinated. Just one try alone there three vaccines that are particularly promising to be supported by the several. What's called the operation Warp, Steve The's vaccines was different technologies different approaches, but they also far quite promising as far as their production of antibodies and immune response in experimental animals. In the forest, along by the Oxford Group in the United Kingdom is not testing this vaccine on more than 10,000 people United Kingdom in Brazil and South Africa. They're aspect, trying to find out how effective vaccine is preventing infection in people or preventing severe disease and people and they're testing the same people vaccine. Once we have a vaccine that has proven to be effective and safe, and these companies are going to produce hundreds of millions of dozens, that's going to take a certain amount of time. Nonetheless, I'm optimistic that we will have at least one and maybe more than one vaccine. We're deploying here in Philadelphia sometime in 2021. I can't say whether it's gonna be early twenties money one or late 2021 sometime next year. I think we're gonna be deploying a vaccine and excited about that. After we do that. It's like we're protected from this virus. We could take off our masks and we can get together. So we may have some tough months ahead, but it will be an end to this epidemic overall. One more information about where we are with the evidence. Now what Our guidance is just Goto website. Www. Phyllida Cove it now before I sign ups, let me to start a little bit about heat A cz Brian never mentioned. I want to just point out more people die from heat, a zoo, a zoo risk and from all other natural disasters combined. More people die from heat waves, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes or floods may not recognize it, but you can be quite dangerous. Not necessary things for everyone, but it's dangerous, particularly for vulnerable people that includes elderly people. People People with with chronic chronic medical medical conditions conditions includes includes people people who who have have psychiatric, psychiatric, developmental developmental disabilities. disabilities. Especially Especially if if they're they're low low income income and and don't don't have have a a lot lot of of resources resources or or things things alone. alone. Fact, it's really but many of the same people who are vulnerable to the risk from Cove it on and there is a risk. Therefore, having those people together, anyone setting them potentially acquiring are spreading the virus amongst themselves. Fortunately, prevention of death from heat is really not that difficult. If the basic idea is pretty simple, I have somebody be in a cooler environment. Have them drink plenty of fluids. So as much as possible. We want to help people who are vulnerable. Stay at home safe. So that's why I would encourage everyone in the city Philadelphia to be prepared to check on your vulnerable relatives checking your vulnerable friends, your neighbors, even that elderly person who this maybe next door down the street he may not know well, but you're concerned about him or her. There is particularly concerning if they live alone. Elderly have commissions where you can help us to help them get air conditioning. Using some of the resource is the prime just mentioned and they can't get air conditioning been simply opening the windows, using fans and great influence to help people, not the temperatures get to dangerous levels. We don't have a heat waves. It's gonna happen right now. But it's not too early for people think about how they're going to do that. When we do have people. It's very likely sometime this summer. We're going to need to do that. Thanks very much. Now I'll turn it over to Armando advice from Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley there considering tomorrow will be 94 degrees in the Sunshine in Philadelphia, Humid 92 today. So some tips to follow in terms of heat. Doctor Farley trying also simultaneously to raise our spirits while keeping us grounded in the science of Corona virus, as he sees the case counts, continuing to rise nationally in Pennsylvania and slowly rising in Philadelphia. Where he says there are 143 new cases of Corona virus Today in Pennsylvania State why there were 832 reported over the last 24 hours. That's the highest number since May 22nd and he says across the country were seeing all time highs in terms of the epidemic in Philadelphia, Seeing shift is seeing the shift in cases toward younger people, and nearly 1/3 of new cases are in people under the age of 30. And doctor. Farley also noted reports of infection related to travel to the Jersey shore, He says it's disheartening and frustrating to see what he calls a second wave of Corona virus and it's clear that we're to be living with this for a long time. However, he says there is hope That he's been surprised by the progress in developing vaccines, the one furthest along being developed by Oxford in England, testing in 10,000 people. To see how safe and effective it is. Doctor. Farley says he's optimistic we'll have at least one vaccine will be able to deploy in Philadelphia sometime next year. Doesn't know if it's going to be early 2021. Or later on in 2021. After that, he says. We could take off our masks and be close with each other once again, again, says says Covert Covert 19 19 is is nasty, nasty, but but it's it's not not very very smart. smart. And And so so these these vaccines vaccines are are promising. promising.
Will the Best Atypical Stand Up?
"We have four Atypical Working Bipolar Depression Corinne Rey lar- larizza Don the Tuta Olonga. WALKS TEEN COMBINATION SYMBIOTIC CER- will call it. Oh, FCC, an top Ian Circle. Among them only Oh, FCC is supposed to be used with an antidepressant. That's the only way they gotta landscaping to work in the clinical trials, the other three work on their own for bipolar depression. And, what about the rest of the class? If you're thinking that the other atypical is probably work because these four do your betting on hope two of them era peppers, all and the president were tested in bipolar depression and failed. The others are untested. If we have to rest our hope on one, maybe it's a seraphine staffers. Osama. Pain has never been studied for acute bipolar depression, but it does have good evidence to prevent depressive episodes in bipolar disorder while the other eight typicals outside of the. FDA approved for that I. Just mentioned, do not. So that foot works, but how well do they work Leslie? Trauma and colleagues looked into that question with the likelihood to be helped or harm ratio, which tells us which Med has the best ratio of COSC- and tolerability. It's based on the more familiar number needed to treat the number needed to harm. Here's what they found Larussa. Don La. Tuta rose to the top in nearly every category. The, categories were based on different side effects. When we're talking about ethics, we were talking about one thing treating depression, but side effects are many, so they measured the likelihood to be helped or harm in several categories of side effects, weight gain, extra parameters, symptoms, fatigue, academia, and nausea as well as dropout dude at any adverse effect, which might be the most important of the bunch. I should note here that the study was sponsored by Sylvian, the maker of Larizza Don, but I have reviewed the data in other less biased sources and agree with the general consensus. They're Larizza Don is one of the better tolerated and psychotics, and with the number needed to treat of five. It stands comfortably alongside OFC and Qu Taya Pain. Those two are high on C., but they're lower on tolerability. Zipping Fox teen combination was actually a close second to Loretta Don in most categories except weight gain. Quantify opinion on the other hand sank to the bottom and most of the categories, although Kotite, typing ranks for both short and long term efficacy in bipolar depression and mania. It's also the typical that patients are most likely to quit in the short term and it side effects like fatigue and hypertension or often the reason. What about the newest on the block curric- present very lar- it's basically the less effective cousin Laura Zone, the to have never gone head to head, but careens number needed to treat indicate. It's about half as effective as Laura Zone. It does have two advantages. However, it works in Mania, which Larizza Don is not been tested in, and it's among the most tolerable of the atypical anti psychotics. Laura Zone as I said does not have any studies in mania, but it did work for mixed states and a new poster presentation, also sponsored by the industry brought some reassurance to those of us who worry that it may make mania worse like so many other anti-depressant therapies do. They re analyze Larizza domes main clinical trials again. None of these were done in mania, but they looked at manic symptoms and found that they did tend to improve with Larizza don and did not get worse.
"nausea" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Dot Com slash coverted nineteen. All right we're back now I think this is a good place to start discussing the fact that are widely acknowledged inherent difficulties with doing rigorous scientific experiments on the effects of psychedelics, and so one of these problems is the problem with Placebo Control now normally when you WanNa test and see if a new drug works, you need to do a placebo controlled test you have to. To do this. If you want to sort out specific pharmacological efficacy versus the placebo effect, you know the effect that sometimes people who were given a treatment, even if the treatment doesn't have active ingredients, just the fact that they think they're being treated appears to cause a feeling that their condition has improved. They'll report less fewer negative symptoms or something like that, so yeah imagine. Imagine you give a hundred people, a new anti nausea drug, and then fifty of them report their nausea going away, was it because the compound in the pill relieves nausea, fifty percent of the time, or could much or all of that response just be due to the placebo effect..
"nausea" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"You rebound from those because I think you are you had a you know from my perspective you had a fairly good size us sotherly dip and then you had a pretty tremendous recovery yeah how did you orchestrate all that well first of all everybody at freighter was was unbelievable arm died the care that I was given is second to none I mean if if that was the that was a huge part of it they understood what I was going through and like you said is out of surgery on it I was doing great got right up started walking I've talked I was walking the hallways of which depict hunt it was a little crazy but that's kind of how I've always been I've been I I've always been kind of a guy and delete stay in shape he try to eat right so coming into this I had a little advantage on with being somewhat in shape you had thirty seven years old and so that helped but it still hit me pretty hard right after surgery there I had some stomach problems I could keeping the food down and the nausea medicine wasn't working and you guys devised a plan for me to come in and get fluids every morning and the nurse that helped me she was just just the St and that got me through it took I think about three or four weeks of that and I started building back up start coming back and once I felt my feet up underneath me and that's all it took and I was I was off and running you know well so that was so thrilled you're doing so well right now thank you Dr yeah and thanks for coming on the show today thank you for all of you thanks to all of you really a great session on the word on medicine will be right back sometimes.
"nausea" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"But if you're really gas your accuracy cousin your cognitive function and a tunnel vision is going to go away. You can train that though he had some burpee and hit a free throw poof. Yeah. Stuff like that. Yeah, exactly after it come holler. Yeah, I need a little boost and help right now. Oko nausea, say like in a corporate setting like if you wrote a train like an office or something I think doing stuff like that would be huge. Yeah. That'd be the one in last time that they bring me back if I did what I write. Yeah. Nobody else crate just thinking ever come back, whether it be to team building. But if we did it here. I mean, I just, I think everyone's got upset at me said, but, like, yeah, like dude kettlebells swings. And then some kind of small minor thing. I think it would really like would really help. Yeah. It's it's actually is good for team building on because you know when you do stuff as a team. And you smoke a team everyone gets tunnel vision and they forget about the team. And if the if you can just make it about the team and not about you, that tunnel vision goes away, you know, what's also amazing. When you do stuff like that, as you get to see they'll be someone the group because it's not it's not just strength or muscle related. There'll be someone to group or you go holy shit. I didn't know they had that in them and. Be somebody you've totally didn't expect but they're, they're whooping some ass. You know, or it will be the opposite like shit like. This guy's the one that quit right? Yeah. I would have thought he was the one the strongest one but you really learn about a lot about it was a good thing. Yeah. Yeah. Putting my hands or feet in the ice bucket. Like. I probably won't do so great. I'll try we'll try anything before that happens..
"nausea" Discussed on Forever35
"It's always in there. I set reminders for my phone. So I know like I've reminder half an hour before thing and ten minutes before saying, that's good. I need to do that. And and like everything is in there. And that has been really helpful because I find that when stuff does for whatever reason doesn't make it in there. I I forget about it. But if it's in there, it's it's fine. Can I ask you if you do this because I just started doing something that I am pretty excited about that's helps me cut a stay organized? Which is I put all my pills into a weekly organizer that? I'm just leaving by my bed. I put my vitamins, my fish oil Prozac, I have gone back and forth on pill. Organizers I use them a lot when I was like deepen IVF and taking a ton of good Gillian. I don't use them anymore. Because I have a pretty set rhythm for taking my pills. Now like at night. I take my vitamins at night now. So I take my vitamins, my just my anti nausea medication. I take my prenatal 's I now take Gumy's instead of the hills. I know I'm like can I eat this whole bottle. And then in the morning, I just take dyke GIS and Wellbutrin. And I I set an alarm now for my afternoon. I just because I was forgetting it. And then at like five o'clock, I was like why do I feel like why is there a pit in my stomach? Oh, I forgot to take my anti nausea meds. And then any in them when I wake up in the middle of the night. I have to take my thyroid minutes. So I don't think a pillar geyser like for all. I just have to take stuff. It's such different time. He's like five Oregon. Yes. So I just kind of it's like right before you go to bed, right? When I wake up at two o'clock. I have the alarm and then sometime in the middle of the night when I wake up, I just lean overtake us Synthroid, very impressed that you remember to do that. Thanks, so, but yeah. And like when I go on vacation or away use the pill have recommended one. Yes. I had. So have you been doing blessing? You you know, I've been doing pretty well not gonna lie. You've got that second trimester good, vibration. I haven't thrown up in two weeks. Oh my gosh. That's amazing. I'm eating normally like I have my appetite back, and I'm eating normal food, which is like amazing. My pooping has gone so much better. I love when poops go back to normal. I don't have that. I don't have that taste in my mouth from eating carbs all the time. I think you know, sidebar I think I feel like I heard from a listener or saw in Facebook or something someone was like. I don't know they thought that by my saying, I was I didn't like eating carbs all the time that I was talking about gaining weight. But it wasn't about gaining weight. It was about f- just feeling yucky from eating so many carbs because I I was eating no protein. I was just eating carbs. And I had this kind of yucky taste in my mouth. I know the time, I know the taste we him. Yeah. So that was really what I was talking about. And now kinda back to normal. I feel like I'm actually crave protein now. So it's a whole new day. Wow. I've also been seeing friends that's great. Yeah. Which is really nice like some people that I just hadn't seen in a couple of months because I pretty much fell off the face of the earth. And only saw you. I've been seeing people again. And so that feels really good to just like catch up with people. I also have a cousin because technically she's my second. Cousin our moms or cousins. And she is a freshman at USC. Oh, hello. And I've I've probably met her like once or twice when you know when she was like eight or something like our moms close, but she grew up in Boston. And I just don't really know her. But we were in touch and we decided to get together. So I took her out to lunch, and she's like the sweetest person who is also like really earnest about saving the world, and she's a vegan. And she's in the sustainability. She's she's studying sustainability and she's in the green business club..
"nausea" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"H a omega three is very important in helping women carry to term and in helping women build if you will a very strong nervous system a very sharp and active brain and very sharp vision in her baby while maintaining her own dha levels to reduce the likelihood of post pardon depression so nutritional status is critically important during pregnancy and and vitamin ds just in that group of nutrients that we want to pay attention to now something that happens on holiday weekends when we have cookouts and maybe we have a tendency to overeat is we may we may end up with an upset stomach and this ties to the pregnancy story because that's something that happens in pregnancy to nausea and very upset stomach well there are foods that are great for an upset stomach and i thought i would talk about that a little bit as we move through this beautiful long weekend ginger top of my list ginger relieves nausea and vomiting and you can grated raw into salads or whisk it into vinaigrette grated ginger you can steep grated ginger in hot water for ginger tea you can take ginger supplement if you don't like that very distinctive flavor of ginger carlson has ginger all which is a very concentrated ginger one little tiny soft gels equivalent to twelve hundred milligrams of ginger powder women that have morning sickness it's kind of nausea and vomiting that occurs during pregnancy taking one of those little ginger capsules daily is associated with five times less nausea ditto for people undergoing chemotherapy and even motion sickness so upset stomach ginger is one of those foods.
"nausea" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"I had had and i had gone to the doctor about this on so many occasions i'll tell you the way i described i described it as low grade nausea just it's just a low grade nausea was always there well when i stopped going to starbucks it went away i discovered it was a starbucks coffee that was what was giving me the stomach problems and i've been going to starbucks you know practically every day for i don't know how many years it wasn't until i got away from this funny how you don't i guess you know somebody that's a third party they can sort of look at what you're doing but for some reason we can't look at what we're doing and then figured out it's like with sinus stuff you'll have sinus well have you thought that it might be its own but you can get a third party like a doctor we'll saying you know have you have you thought about that for instance i'll give you another for instance on this i started having brain fades i was telling johnny but this time i was having brain faith i mean i would just sit here and just have a complete vaporlock that's what our frontier used to call them but i mean his was you know when you couldn't remember something mine would be like i would be talking you on and it happened a couple of times on the radio and that's why i had to go to the doctor get checked down i would be sitting here talking you and then i would just i mean just lock up and i was telling the doctor i said i would see the word what and didn't know what that was and it would be just for you know i say that split second would be for several seconds i would be looking at something that i was going to relate to you and i have a word it was completely common and i would go i don't recognize that word and i would just freak out and then i would just i couldn't speak so i didn't tell johnny mathis until after went to the doctor because i wanna freak anybody out because you know you never know what it's going to be and so i i went to the doctor and where he's checking everything i.
"nausea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"L look to the show oh oh yeah yeah anyway what kind of programs got you to where you are oh why don't you come down to two penn kerr's approach nausea right down your throat whoa i think we need to take off let's talk like that when i was twelve joe you're describes joe you talk big and then when it's put up with shut up time is joe said now take wolf tickets curtis curtis i'm gonna have to break you gel up i'm gonna have to find a bodyguard to break you joe up it's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two nia cops are hosting meetings in local neighborhoods to find out what it's gonna take to make us off feel safer they want to know what we think so what probably help is having policing neighborhoods be the same inserted communities for awhile i think would help us feel more like okay we know this officer you know there's some sort of connection there's a communication acknowledgement of one each other ashes people go to build a block dot nyc to find the meeting in your neighborhood paid for by the new york city police foundation with zillow you're not just looking for a house you're looking for the kitchen where you'll bake your baby's smash cake.
"nausea" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast
"Is making it and so there's more of the protein that would cause women to feel nauseous okay so we talked about what happens when you give this protein to people maybe you're going to inhibit their appetite what if you take it away somehow down do some kind of treatment that makes it go away are you going to help women with morning sickness or you're going to help people who have other problems with nausea it potentially could help women with morning sickness it also potentially is helping people right now with cancer who suffer the same kinds of symptoms having severe nausea and vomiting and loss of appetite okay ronnie thanks so much thank you okay dave so you're here just to share what else is on the site this week can you tell us some of the news yes so we've got a story about whether table salt can help us cool the planet also just how accurate are required warning systems and is there a way to make them more accurate for science and set our policy blog we've got a utah air pollution mystery and also and update on chimpanzee retirement the place has been pretty slow and we'll be checking to see if it's speeding up again getting chimpanzees out of research facilities and into sanctuaries so be sure check out all these stories on the site banks dave baser stay tuned for tracy bedrosian she talks about the effect of maternal care on praying sell genomes in young mice.
"nausea" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast
"Yeah definitely what did we know about the genetics of morning sickness before this if my mom was morning sick am i going to be morning sick that kind of thing there was a little bit known about whether or not morning sickness was hereditary but this is really the first study to show a genetic link with an identifiable molecule so previous work by this lead researcher showed that if your sister had it you had a seventeen fold increase in also having severe form of morning sickness so this is a genus study chino mm wide association study this new study and so they needed lots of genomes in order to figure out what changes hell they're different between people with or without us so where did they get these genomes from pregnant women who submitted samples to twenty three and me they had about thirteen hundred participants who had the severe for of nausea vomiting associated with pregnancy and fifteen thousand didn't have any nausea vomiting okay was were able to find you said they found a protein did they find specific genes that were linked with us so they found to los i in the genome that are associated to different genes one of them is called gdf fifteen and that one had the highest significance for being associated with the severe form of morning sickness and the other one was also highly implicated it's called iggy f b p seven so they found these low side what what do we know about what these genes do are they in coding proteins or are they doing something else.
"nausea" Discussed on DLC
"Intimately familiar with in this sounds trite or or just it sounds cliche but like playing it in vr i felt like i was playing these courses for the first time again it was awesome you sat down after me and you're not as big of a wipeout fan but i you're vr fan how it how to feel yeah i i was very impressed with that as well i mean it's thrilling you do have that sense of insane speed that wipe out his known for and being inside the cockpit is even more thrilling because you know you feel like you're plummeting down those those traction defying gravity and going you know in insane insane speeds going off the track which i did a lot because i'm terrible at wipe out is harrowing it's like you feel like you are plummeting off the earth it is it is terrifying media i didn't it didn't mess with me in any way but it it was just like oh god of dum dum gonna die but you're right that when you pop out of the cockpit mode which i foolishly did a few times to try it that is when i did feel a little nausea it was it did it i wasn't nauseated at at any point inside the coptic mode as crazy as i god is wild and i had heard turn all the safe stuff off for me to see 'cause you're like you cannot challenged me let's be honest christmas jeff you mr vr you.
"nausea" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"But back or you off pain or nausea and because of that a lot of doctors uh you know sometimes they delve into that so if you feel like your doctor isn't taking new seriously kenyan because sometimes doctors i hate to say it i mean supposed to them are very very good but some will ignore some symptoms that are atypical on women that is that is very through of the other things to people get all excited about the cholesterol numbers over sixty five cholesterols brains food cholesterols not that important there are other things too much more important and significant but they've made is so important to people sometimes the medicines she take could be worse than what you have underlying it like i'm not a big fan of law the statin drugs it hasn't been proven to be that effective on preventing heart attack and stroke well i think if you have you know by feeling on the data if you are a diabetic uh if you've had a heart attack or you've had a pro i think the data is pretty good if you are just taking it for primary prevention it is not as good and so uh i think that that is those groups that i'm in favor of it but the problem is that many people can't tolerate the medication as you're bringing up ticket muscle pain they get uh crammed afraid canada fossil ransom as so that the problem which the medications we have today that were once drugs for all for people who take for inflammation has over a hundred markers on cancer is to mark very cheap goods we'll be right back with dr does the real yep quit.
"nausea" Discussed on Well This Sucks
"Leader on neuroblastoma for kids on now oh he is i mean that's a get his or his research alone has like brought this trasco so because but um and he was there i lend hella yeah and i mean but yeah so uh get reaction to the not yet it he had he had a reaction kill but even dr stars at a couldn't we couldn't figure out what was going on how we were just there was a giant rush and blisters covering his entire backing him yeah it was unreal and we are just like what's going on no one can figure it out but yet even through all that like the kid was smiling like being sued three yeah he's he's pretty epic for sure and uh but he has incredible yeah i need to not even like to just like yeah handle his limp in the beginning and not not complain and just that's he's a fighter for astrom lee inspiring totally but yeah chemo so hard on your body as you know and so like we've been trying to feed him like as much as possible and like i'm sure you know like just the nausea that you feel i don't know if you if they give you so friend for nausea or anything like that i that i had some medicine i that sounds familiar right yeah they give you the medicine for the nausea because like foods that he used to love like the hill like everything take i grabbed year he just is the same thing with him he can't hear thing was like really bitter that's right yeah i don't know if it tastes but he can't tell me the tastes bitter but like yeah that he loves like you just nothing case guide that's right yeah so what is the power.
"nausea" Discussed on WLAC
"The fog not much great very very very large along with that okay well when when you're having that sort of the issue especially with the nausea this associated with it then i would have her go and have your hormones checked out as she had done recently as far as blood where it goes your ago okay yeah that's that's too long i would i would stay on top of this special with these kind of symptoms alistair on top of that about every six months so however have all the different ormuz checked as far as her estrogen there's three of them so don't just let them check one estrogen there's actually three of them they'll need to check progesterone and i would actually have her thyroid levels check all the way around there in at the different forces a hormone the tsa each and every than they would normally shack sounds to me like she's got a little bit of issue wither hormones that's causing this and it's very common there is a substance called black coal harsh very good for helping to vows southie male hormones and win there's nausea associated around missile cycle and the symptoms that she's deal with especially like you said she's already pursuing an already healthy lifestyle for for the body to digest and process he can definitely do do that but i would stay away from from the cows no jerry as of right now and make sure stays away from wheat products anything with grain as in it breads pastas cereals crackers in the like stay off of that for about six to eight weeks and see how she does through a couple of our cycle so i guess about eight weeks and see how she goes through to recycles just by avoiding those two foods and but the black really really great i would increase cod liver oil because the omega3 fatty acids oda these two tables spain's for day to make sure she's getting everything she needs on that end but the nausea ginger extract and ginger root wayne she gets nauseous that should help out and when she each ser meals especially around.
"nausea" Discussed on WEEI
"And bad which you know we wanted your best to kinda see away from that mindset is a locks foods in when really it's about your big picture of you're eating habits so all your favorite foods can fit into a healthy eating plan i'm but for that anticipatory nausea there are a lot of strategies that work certain foods help reduce the experience of nausea foods like lemon and ginger have some natural anti nausea properties i'm in smell really relates to taste and in a sense to nausea so some of my patients have found that even smelling a lemon may help them manage nausea integrating practices such as mindfulness and other practices like yoga meditation she gong those can also help to reduce antisecretory nausea you touched on this as well but another aspect of nutrition is exercising staying physically active what are some exercise tips for people who are limited ability ariston yes so being limited and mobility or stamina doesn't mean that you can't be active and even we think of the vocabulary exercise we think of you know sweating and working out really hard at the gym i'm a running a marathon but physical activity is sort of way it's at for immunity and for helping with symptoms boosting your immune system supporting your overall health and wellness so walking is something that research has shown to be very effective and beneficial for people going through cancer treatment in terms of things like helping to reduce fatigue helping to reduce south side effects like constipation and it's also walking can also be helpful in terms of promoting cancer survivorship spend a lot of research showing benefit for.
"nausea" Discussed on Techstination
"Congress early going to help you with your just go sir ship we don't have any notion sense of nausea vomiting morning sickness anything that causes nausea vomiting in that in that arena i actually virtual reality gaming is a whole new area for us throats in a lot of people of trouble were through with vr yet so in talking to some let's actually sell the headsets actually one third of the headsets or return because people get some sort of a reality simulation thickness so this is something if they're thinking purchasing or they have a propensity poor motion thickness were probably not that thickness feeling on they might be interested in purchasing relief plan so they can stay in the game longer and they can enhance their gaming skills cool the website of germany's relief brand dot com christine former smith thank you for talking with us thank you so much thanks for sapping by now this we've been telling you about the great productivity great people achieve grain for years and the lined up just keeps getting better the c c wifi radio was a personal favorite that let you tune in to radio stations from all around the world via the internet more than sixteen thousand at all when the weather turns nasty the c c lantern will light the way with led bulbs and never run out of power you can charge it up for many usb source for the twelve old suckered your car or you can simply grabbed the hand crank on top and wind need an even more powerful solution the c c led spot xb runs on standard batteries and puts out nearly the equivalent of a one hundred what lightbulb you'll find those bright ideas and a lot more to like by clicking on the linked to seek rain at text the nation dot com put in the code text a nation for free flashlight with your order seek rain they've been making customers loyal for decades.
"nausea" Discussed on Techstination
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"nausea" Discussed on ESPORTS
"He when it franchises the stakes the having nausea spot while it is better longevity wise for you had to have a sponsor that doesn't fiorella gatien it also means if you're not the winning team you don't get as much money so like you obviously won't your team to win so you get higher sponsorship pays and things like that like you you know good example is recently the cavaliers shoulder there were earth sold their dirty spot on the chest to good year for the winged foot right and and darren revolt tweeted that the only person the only team that he expects to sell higher forest golden state warriors and that's because they're so good like that's because they're so public facing in end obviously bandwagoning is a big part of that so i think that um i think the the concern for mediocrity is a little bit over a loan the ads overblown um because i think that it will become the point where like you make the most money if you're the best he won't let me play devil's advocate for a second because i don't think that's necessarily my biggest concern my biggest concern is actually what becomes of the secondary league now that we have franchise teams in the lcs so basically this gives teams in the professional league chelsea us or the l p l or whatever incentive to basically pluck these really talented players from these lowertier teams and that essentially prevents them from ever getting until leak which is kind of a concern of mine because you can just treat the secondary league as a farm at for talon which is i don't think if you're looking at all.