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 Waddle shines, Dolphins beat Saints 20-3 to win 7th straight

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Waddle shines, Dolphins beat Saints 20-3 to win 7th straight

"The the Miami Miami Dolphins Dolphins won won their their seventh seventh straight straight game game to to move move into into an an AFC AFC playoff playoff spot spot by by shutting shutting down down the the New New Orleans Orleans Saints Saints twenty twenty to to three three in in book book made made his his NFL NFL debut debut at at quarterback quarterback for for the the cupboard cupboard Robert Robert saints saints the the dolphins dolphins took took immediate immediate advantage advantage as as nik nik Needham Needham read read books books second second pass pass perfectly perfectly intercepting intercepting and and running running about about twenty twenty yards yards for for a a touchdown touchdown and and a a seven seven nothing nothing lead lead that that was was never never threatened threatened rookie rookie quarterback quarterback makes makes those those looks looks on on them them so so I'm I'm a a little little confused confused out out there there and and I I think think that's that's what what also also played played a a big big part part and and then then we we did did a a good good job job of of first first and and second second down down there there almost almost a a game game Miami Miami now now eaten eaten seven seven suck suck book book eight eight times times and and other other things things to to just just one one hundred hundred sixty sixty four four

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"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now under orders to get a covid vaccine by the end of next month, or risk termination, it's 803 and let's go back out to the roadways. Right now we do have a situation brewing in Cambridge. We'll get the update from David's truffle Lino and the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. And Jeff. It's a vehicle into the water into the Charles River Memorial Drive Western AB areas, so memorial Drive eastbound has the right lane blocked off with emergency apparatus, making it a tight squeeze for both directions of memorial drive here and also some emergency apparatus on the Western average. So some delays, especially for memorial drive, eastbound. It's very tough getting into the downtown area for well, most highways and especially being one of them for the latest on this, we get the Needham Bank Road report. It looked for a time like maybe we were going to have a better than usual right on the expressway this morning. That time has passed, so the delays now start back around Furnace Berg Parkway struck heading up past the gas tank. The guy club and Savin Hill. And then it breaks free, southbound a lot worse than it normally is. You're on the brakes from just outside the O Neill Tunnel all the way down to the lane drop at seven Hills, Kristin AC, and I'm the Needham Bank Road reports. Jammed on the Tobin Bridge, trying to get into the city and through the summer tunnel in the westbound side of the Ted Williams Tunnel. 93 South has brake lights from Medford on the way to the lever connector, which is just about full north of the city. We have delays. 1 28 south much of the way through Lindfield Wakefield and and from Burlington into Waltham, and we have a crash for 95 south before 93 David stuff. Alino WBZ traffic on.

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Jim Cramer on Bitcoins Performance and Future

The Pomp Podcast

07:49 min | 11 months ago

Jim Cramer on Bitcoins Performance and Future

"Our guys bang bang. I have demand himself. He is back jim. what's going on. Man here's what's going on. You made me a ton of money. I had to keep out the experts there. Because when someone's they'd be as much money as you have. What kind of peppered with the authentic language. I did exactly now. I know you probably hear a lot of people say you know what i did what you told. No i went and called my cfo. All right. and. I said listen. I just talked to this guy and i went tomorrow and i said i want hoping to get trouble. I said i want a half million dollars in this and you can buy over a couple of days but i don't want anyone who's this guy was your. Thank you and i studied before it wasn't just like you know i didn't just off the tournaments but said this guy is compelling i even use and i don't know whether you have any but the brokerage you suggested and i mentioned the money because it's never happened to me before i bought a lot of stocks in my life but i wanna thank you. Some the reason i called is it. Can i please come on your and thank you because it happened. It happened just as you said. It also happened much faster than you said. But i'm very grateful. Grateful mike kits so thank you very. Well listen as as many people who watched our first episode together i think noted The most compelling piece of it was how open minded you were and how intellectually curious you are on. I think that is something that people forget is important in the investing world. So i can yell and scream from the rooftop all. I won't but it takes courage and conviction for you to do something about it. So it doesn't work invoked by the way i mean you can say well i'm sucking up sucking and just a tremendous respect. A lot of what you said to me. I of course told others and is there things that you would say. I mean i always do the door. So limited number. I always knew that there should be protection. And i regard it as an asset class. But i i have for years said that you should have go and i think what i had going for me was the recognition. That what you're saying is what i really searching for with gold. All but gold media goal is that is subject to many vicissitudes is subject to a mining issues. It's frankly are subject to fail in many cases. Where do you think that's what's going to happen. Do you think that people are gonna drop gold by bitcoin. Or what do you think's gonna happen now. If they listen to me going to drop goal. I've been saying kemper senegal since one thousand nine hundred eighty three and now say five percent gold piper centric and. I did not say that before. I talk with you. I had thoroughly research. I was skeptical on our skeptical. Frankly because i said you know what. I thought okay with my goal. This is the dog new tricks thing that i want. I run up against with the web with the wall street. People like they're constantly saying. Oh listen you know. You're old baby boomers forgotten. I guess to do with how young your mind is. And i listened to you a friend of mine go said i heard you pop a cup hops. The smartest damn straight and do what matters is how old you are. It's whether you're young enough in hearing someone who knows more than you and gonna love. What you have to do is accept the fact that someone who's more now we did in school. It's funny you chemistry and you guys were juice chemistry. And you're going to get blown. I walk into a bitcoin class. What do i think more than the bitcoins i. It's different from chemistry class. No different from an engineering class. I will do the progress. M when i got not schooled but talk by i said what am i doing not protecting myself in what i have been saying. That people could be hyperinflation. But even if there's just plain old inflation why not get in and i did. The thing that have is confused about was was this notion that help your currency versus asset class. Because i think that i am. I'm conflicted and i'm conflating. You can help me say what it really is is. I think that there's three things people are using it for right now right so you have people who are using it. As a medium of exchange people are using historic value and people using it as a speculative asset right. Those three things serve different uses for different people. But i think that a currency obviously historic value. It's hard to deny that people are storing value. I think that's pretty. Well accepted the digital whole narrative. And then when you look at like on chain transaction volume right in some days now. It's ten twelve fifteen billion dollars in a single twenty four hour period of transaction volume. That's putting it into trillions of dollars on annualized which know visas. These guys are eight to twelve trillion dollars in annual volume. So you're talking about maybe twenty five to fifty percent of the largest card networks in the world Super using it now. What they're using it for is very hard to determine but they're using some sort of medium of exchange and then i think the third one and probably the one on focuses on is the speculative nature. People are absolutely in some cases buying it because they think it's gonna go up in us terms and they're going to sell it at a profit later. It's i think that what we gotta figure out here is what's the dominant use case or. Most people speculating or most people using it as four value or most people using it needham of change. My guess is when you look at the data. Sixty percent of bitcoin hasn't moved in the last twelve months. So that tells me that the majority is being used as a store of value over everything else today. Now what happens in the future will find out. But that's how i kind of think about from a use case perspective is it. A currency is an asset. will technically. It could be both right right. Well you know for me because of my my here. Something is all dog. I always said the people. Listen if you could ever ever ever be a situation where you can play with the houses money you take what you put in then your blast and you never have to touch it. And that's what. I'm don neurological may have only took. That took out the money put in. But now i've been i'm never going to touch upon. I'm not. I may never because you traced data scenario for those of us who those of you that watch it you chase down scenario. That doesn't stop at one hundred thousand and a lot of people laugh. I didn't it. Was the twelve thousand. And i started thinking i've gotta get in before it got to fifty and i went home and told my wife i said lisa. I'm doing this thing. And she said why described there since fiber talk. You sound mesmerized. I said no. I i sent. Educate these are two different things. It's not been as rush. It was educated and the course that you laid out made me think you know what it isn't just a car. I borders currency. But i realized it was the store value and a better store value i was using and did i have the belief that it could grow up. Go and i did believe that. It could be speculative staying power but more importantly what i realized is ideal with the company square and instead of saying that they arrive this way. I knew that this cash app people kids are buying a little business. Schnitzel is gone. They're buying a slivers of bitcoin. And i said to myself you know what i want to be with them because they represent future but i also recognize they may be doing for whatever reason but i can be part of that way too and not feel that we've is is a boss. It's not was speculation. Not after the way that you late young you laid it out. And i am sure that you can lay it out for just in one minute. You've gotta just lay it out again or capsule probably not fair but why you know exactly what may be portrait.

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Senate rejects Sanders $15 minimum wage hike

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Senate rejects Sanders $15 minimum wage hike

"In Needham. Back to Washington for 46, where the effort to raise the minimum wage has had another roadblock. I came back up in the Senate today, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders hoping to get the provisions for that $15 minimum wage back into the cove it relief bill. In his words, Senator Sanders said It was absurd that the Senate parliamentarian told them it can't be done the richest country in the history of the world. We can no longer tolerate millions of our workers being unable to feed their families because they're working for starvation wages. However, the effort did not make it through just 42. Democrats siding with him. The effort inevitably falling short of the 60 votes that was needed to add that to the legislation now, several New England lawmakers actually voted no on this, including both Democratic senators from New Hampshire. That's strange. Shaheen and Maggie Hanson and Main

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"needham" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

The Developer Tribe

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"needham" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

"Would be so one will be arrived. Lots of tastes which was touched on second one would be stuck to ball so a stroke chabad so the children know what's happening not night. And also you will as well lincoln ings. Relativists coaches will not of the comments. What doing tonight what we're doing now planet. We can opening weekend and this tool reason why the children asked that because some children need to know what's coming next day so i'm one we set to just concentrate what we alcon stale mess. The concentrate on it because the body in the brain and the nervous systems. What would we next what we're doing next certainty on sexual sensitive. So amazon. caged spokeswoman game. I'll talk to so she boggs enables that to kind of help get nested than before Command so children will check Bob somewhat simplest Needs some children. Don't check mr to bothering raveled. Tive the reading's that state so strict. Boston relativists Fed will be the coach so nothing would be around what she says. St. he plays so how. 'bout any becky mind. All the time on. Then lincoln back into the clothes again is when we see a child differently. We see a different child so notice incense him what we have our perceptions of certain children with labels albeit and trion look tastes slightly. A little bit different way breath rate excellent excellent. Thank you so much one last question for you can have an audience for just one person who would that be all. It is a bumper. Said i would say and my grandma. We lost through two and a half years ago now and she was Pivotal to my development. My personality i labout about now. Realize when the training thrive and She gave me my muscle social development. Then how much. Now i am about. We haven't still gonna and it will be with grandma some choice What's would you think you would oscar struck. What did you think she asked us. What would she ask me straightaway. Say we'll leave. We'll leave saudi thing so much for your time today. There's so much value in in everything you've packed for so so really really appreciates it and just leads me to say. Welcome to the tribe. Thank you don't thoughts it episode three of season two nuggets of knowledge. All over the place and not one for me. Sally has to say adds context and understanding to so many coach behaviors and part. This is a different level than is readily considered coach education more valuable conversations to be had in this vein for short the music. You're listening to is bhai bc phoenix online. On further details are in the links has ever thank you for taking the time to listen this funds. You while we look forward to seeing you back here again next week.

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"needham" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

The Developer Tribe

08:50 min | 11 months ago

"needham" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

"Said can not stunned to help give cues of sip. Said them bring the children back into the red sox engagement system. But yeah it's it's. You never gonna get fulltime because of watson out capes in albany now bread. I think he's understanding that we can put some things in to create a help getting that state before the stop what we do do So we talk around all the time in football you know before we get the ball on the ball. when asked the ball in coaching. So what do we do a when backside says in there but in brains forget the father stature in while the train in auburn game. And then after you loop back into not just the football as the Keep saying it's the soil stuff and if we're working together eua building up the soil to naples that the grass to even growing data on when bad times the grass will grow Re growth can cause of what you've got below the sale. So yeah so i think he's more practical sense the accents and there's a couple of things at want to unpack that We'll take him wanna talk. The i was that before practice in for a long long time. I've been doing a rival activities with with his preaching not to other coaches went up in a coach education position and through some of my studies found connections with education through early settling tasks but had never made the connection of will. Why exactly my during this. I could how i had. Some reasons wallets to capture kids as they come in rather than have them whiting around in case you know some time up a little bit later or sometime by elliott that makes good sense It's to make it a fun and enjoyable straight away. Full them Maybe start to get them from the space. They've just laughed to now. Transitioning to weather hours training space. But this theory. What you'll working with gives us more of an understanding of y. We actually doing that. Could you unpack a little bit. About what is neuroscience of. What's actually going on when we as coaches Arrival activities in place. Yes so coupla saying this when you putting around a to the on. All the children went to play states. It has some impact on that nerve stem slate. Settles nervous system in that bread. So it's getting you ready for pro social behaviors so it's getting ready for the learning so there's a bit about play. Don't use big words but play near the system that helps then get into the state of the things is the fact that we have an innate need to play nabretta so the law that we we all love each just adult fall is a different style of pre plan now will pull out bite. Ride all. Go m socializing the pope when we can. You know go play tennis. Web is the kids is different. Place debts play activities when the yoga. So we still need to play research shows. That tends to steve. Many supply enables the children to Getting the state which then lowest behavior because than nervous systems gets relaxed an in the green day and not prone fall conflict and learning goes up so when we have ten to fifty minutes baby goes down learning gozo so This speidel stay the biggest thing for me as well as as sixty minutes gives the coach the time till get settled but also to sense in so said come from work. Done the car all the doing of different stuff when they get to trade in one teams quinn off once team's going on for a child especially a young child if they had not If they become this regular signoff session you need an adult as regulated to them regulate the so. This regular saddled cannot regulate a dislocated child. So the sensing in allows us to detect a little bit of a deep breath. Breathing helps to sue big Talking till animal stay so that we can then be present with the children because if not present anina social engagement system where not giving cues of said the off wind up given the connection of we not an capable pickle subconsciously. We are not being a reciprocal to be saying listening. To what the saying so we chilling to a woman may choose to anybody. Will if we've sent texas that we've got a good connection with the text combined. You know that they've not ready probably other mesa tunes. It evokes the most the feeling. Yeah so the kids will go through the same we then just. I slid in escalate and escalate. So arrivals from these. Numerous ones walmsley. Children custody nate needs to play. Lenny goes down. Baby goes up and it helps to regulate the nervous system system to get that pro soc via the state and then the other one's fault the closed said to be present in the moment the kids into regular A brilliant example of this underpinning can really start to give us a an awesome sentence of these practices that we do that for how they work. So if i could on pot the note further i was thinking about you set play. There are a number of times as something that house than the children get into their own regulated space level of china. Appreciate this'll be different by h. m. pops up asking a fact question. But what level of challenge should coaches be looking to apply in arrival activities of seen the full gambit of it. Where it's you know it's pretty much free play. Just go go enjoy your own game. Go setup your own game even on of seeing the complete opposite where it's a drill that perhaps Might you written on the whiteboard. Gov look set up have ago it and clearly they'll be differences between age and ability to ryo sexiness. But i guess why mosque and long question this. I guess what. I'm mosque in is does. The level of challenge of the arrival activity have a positive or negative effects. On what we're trying to achieve here and i would say this comes back till the old thing of the youth laws about you need to know each children so is also the elements. Have you know what you want to get out the session. So i have the same. I will say economic standalone. Lots of atip all and then do session. el dorado Go yet into sections that follow. The thing for me is to know as to think around. Why why would we what we do in the arrive. What's our Around the minute with covert cement. The fact that you are up some free play equipment. You've got ten minutes pick amid go set of your own game so you're allowing Because the mountain of seeing the friends for awhile event of the fact there is absolutely bogged down middle winter. See not better than go. That will just double the as he might be about this. The thing for me is the difference in ages. And kate still want to do the same cell slash sometimes island suburbs while In the fall ings the slight difference. I would say is with the adolescent brain. Elwin means that left twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen. I would sometimes give him a choice because they need a lot of choice of ownership backstage is because they don't have as much in that social sector in that school setting as choice to ship. So sometimes i'm that on the with a little we'll do like two choices and sometimes they want. We do five choices also buys. It's raining tonight. I'll guilty training tonight. Cal do this ideal this while she tries.

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"needham" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

The Developer Tribe

07:57 min | 11 months ago

"needham" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

"That did research and the knowledge and the content was very applicable. Brad's needed to actually work in. How then translates into how we do it. In the football element within the school set him by lack of say taking them off classroom timetable of doing smarts and cross with them. All doing You know in a thrive room at committed to that for sensory. We've not motives. That luxury in football academy walked address through. So what would what would. How would we get smoothed up soil work into the football and how than i would be able to expletive coaches. That this is what's happening below surface one way to invisible service in a most simplistic model that enabled them because they got their got their model same. As a result model. Mary century canada's The blue model. T. paradoxes got. The model is basically understanding. And we know that the bridges were abbott. Didn't understand to be able to get back. Curiosity and some knowledge in till coaches to actually go all and let me reframe the on this and see what's actually happening under the surface said. That's why we do that so. Yeah dawson great. I looked doing away with some great examples. Water and i'm not. I'm not kidding. When i say this it was the biggest self-awareness journey other rats. And for me personally going through it because you have to go through the stages in all of the the feeling of sensitive to all the details to molly south. And so yeah. We're a really a really monumental learning point in technical than into the football pitch chevy sties seeming to Gigabit mentioning the football side. Now so yeah that's fair to say and obviously very glad to. Have you speak about it here. You touched on the chimp paradox. Analogy that not really. Meyer need knowledge a toll of nearest science. And even even then. I wouldn't necessarily say i can recite without book. Says so talk to us a little bit about a believe. It's the political theory. That's one of the underpinnings of of what you do to us. A bit about that the things that we could take away his coaches. Yeah so the deal is is is used a trauma in public and says with mental health and health and wellbeing on ace favor that got proposed in nineteen ninety four only really coming to fruition in two thousand nine two thousand eleven and fascinated maybe cost eight talks about the bugging the bread and especially a call. The biggest nerve that connects out bridge while border on eight enables us to stand around when we feeling safe and regulated. We are you in a certain system that links body now bread which then enables us to be open relationships pro social behaviors via's giving really good eye contact communication for learning in the state of being out. There have been present in the world and human relationships when we knock in that state because of certain reasons and why saying is available theory. Stephen positives were uses at called nuro section. Which basically is something that we have consciously aware of will will work and will tech threats all the time we speak into pumpkins intrigue us from outside the world an inside olszyna nervous system so starting our buddy now bread highly tv allowing tip the world. How feel about things how we said saying. I'm when we see a lot. We're not in that really good zone green zone and call it. We're going to some different zones where we have five fly off freeze on. That's the chiefs into a different nervous system. Our nervous system So yeah it's it's interesting. Because it's used in say in medicine in trauma in child health and wellbeing and a lot of people jozy stairway and thrive approach used the theory and is not really been translating to spall the correspondence side hot with. Steve apologies. That my intuitions arabic the So that will pass not i. V masters research project mccain does neuroscience of a place foundation says the majority of the political saver. so yes. so it's eight said a newell syria light. We are finding out so much all the time that we probably only know a slight amount of. What's going on buddy now. Bridges especially operatings. On and that the kim to fruition really nights nights flight were proposed but really into the limelight in two thousand nine so really liz area. That's that's the thing. I think with With signs of brin abundant and always things evolve in with it and we got a new research. Komal on is changing. What we see about things. i think. A a big thing for me from going from coach until now academia a little bit boat sitting in the middleweight practitioners is always research. That goes against everything. And i think you've got to come up with something that is applicable in six. Some things that is able you to understand the able for you to to be able to dot com resume. Did that may be changed. The thought process all looked at things slightly different way to then add to that bit for the children so think. Yeah it's a fascinating world doll the brain and the body but yeah as this place. I feel a lot political save. It is a preamble for everything else. Combs it so it's a preamble for social connection preamble the psychosocial connor is a preamble. Lohan is a preamble cyclists will save the preamble for connections. Yes so spending most preamble for everything else that comes in after it for me. Jeff among which sparks. That was the sense i got to. You know that. That's a obviously we in academic literature in in books around coaching. There's plenty of Talking about on writing about connection with plays coach three relationships and everything else that you've spoken about what they need to look like and some suggestions of what practice might look like without usually without some underpinning the says will this is how that actually works or why. Those practices actually worked so a lot of it appears to be will they. These are effective coaches By self reporting by by a report by the coach report. Let's let's emulate what they're doing so this. This really is quite exciting. It's a way of explaining what's actually going on in that space The typical ways in which football coaches all the football coaching experience tends to shift plays out of the social engagement system and therefore not be able to connect with In.

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"needham" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"needham" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"And around the world. So question for you i am. You know for better or worse in the private sector and we have certainly embraced the philosophy and the tenants of early mobility in daily awakening and or maintaining wakefulness throughout the day. And so are patients are kept awake to the greatest extent that we're able to do so we obviously physical therapy and occupational therapy but i think we still struggle and terms of that early mobility really maximizing a patient's physical capabilities and even maximizing their cognitive capabilities. Where do we go from here if we don't have right now. The extra resources from the physical medicine side in a speech therapy does a lot of the cognitive work. But it's a small team and they don't do a lot of cognitive therapy from that department. This is something we can do as critical care specialists on our own may be teaching the nurses to do things that are even a little bit beyond their scope or even the physicians to do things a little beyond their scope to kind of bridge the gap until we get to the place where we have the added resources that we need yet. There's absolutely many different models for doing this. So for example some of my colleagues in japan have physician lead will -bility programs. Not nurse led up led but physician led obviously other people from the team are are part of that is well. It's not physicians alone. But physicians play a very big role in the actual mobilization of patients. There's another study for instance that was conducted in the united states. In germany that was in surgical issues that was predominantly nurse based mobility so the two groups the intervention group in the control group both got the same amount of physical therapy but the difference was the intervention group got added nurse face mobility and very improved outcomes so nurses can be highly engaged in doing this and often. It's a bit of a partnership so sometimes our nurses are junior. Nurses may say we didn't learn this in nursing. School are more senior. Nurses may say oh. Yeah this is kind of old hat. But i've fallen out a practice. So we have a partnership of our physical therapists with our nurses to make sure that there's safe mobilization safe for the patient safe for the nurse and we try to recognize that are ot and pt and speech. Resources are relatively scarce resources. Let's use them. On the most complex haitians the most challenging patients and then there are other patients that through nurses and physicians. We may be able to do a lot of this and if we start this early if we don't automatically deeply sedate patients and give them bedrest then it's much easier to mobilize a patient that walked into the hospital a day or two ago if they haven't had that prolonged bedrest in their muscles haven't melted away and they haven't gotten very weak then it becomes much much easier for a nurse to mobilize that kind of asian the challenge that we face at large tertiary centers is often. We have patients that are sent to us from other hospitals where they may have had two or three or four weeks of bedrest and then we're really behind the eight ball because they've had a tremendous amount of muscle loss and we're not going to be able to simply have the patient sit in stand because they've lost so much of the muscle so starting early makes it much better for patients and much easier for all the clinicians and ball. Okay dr needham. We're gonna take thirty seconds and we'll be right back. Hi i'm robert ross. Host of cars that matter you might be wondering what makes a car matter and i have a feeling you already know the answer. Some cars have changed history. Some you can hear a mile away. Some have lines that make your heart skip a beat if a car ever made you twice then i think you know the ones that matter join me as i speak with designers collectors and market experts about the passionate drivers and the passions. We drive cars that matter wherever you get your podcasts. Okay we're back with dr dale needham and dr steven table. So let me ask you a bit about our kovic situation. And obviously we're going to be dealing with covert patients in the hospital probably throughout the rest of twenty one so this is now potentially just a new way of life in your hospitals. Both stephen dale. You're still dealing with flu. Patients that end up getting monja and taking things to another level right so with covid dr. Anita you've noticed some long term both physical and cognitive impairments that you've already seen rear their ugly head in the fight against covid. What have you noticed in. What unique care are you trying to administer. In your icu. For such patients. You know before. Kobe bid with the society of critical care medicine about a decade ago. We got a multidisciplinary group of stakeholders together and created the term post intensive care syndrome or x he. Ics we created that not as a scientific term created that because we needed to raise awareness and educate patients families doctors nurses throughout the hospital and through clinics that many patients survive in ice you day with physical cognitive and or mental health problems. We are seeing these same kinds of things in a critically. Ill patients that have had cove as well. These can be long lasting impairments in one or all three of these areas and it is a very very big challenge. And what's happened. Is that many people that aren't familiar with long term outcomes after intensive care are thinking that these are magically new problems. These are kovic specific problems but many of these are problems that were also round before covid existed in. These are the kinds of problems that created our johns hopkins critical. Care physical medicine rehab program to start. Having patients awake and moving early but to address the huge influx of the difference during the covid pandemic is that in the history of critical care. We've never had this many seriously. Ill patients so what might once have been very rare complication. now that we have so many more patients were seeing that kind of complication in a greater number of patients despite it being perhaps the same percentage of patients so the absolute number has increased and to rise to this challenge. I'm so proud to be a colleague of dr anne parker and dr emily brigham to pulmonary and critical care doctors at johns hopkins. Who have started the johns hopkins pact clinic clinic specifically dedicated to the care of patients who have head covert patients. That were critical. Eeo or not critically on that done specifically in partnership with our colleagues from physical medicine rehabilitation. So they have created a clinic specifically for covid survivors to head that multidisciplinary team together to help improve. These patients recovering. Is there anything that they're doing specifically that's different than they would. Otherwise be doing for a post critical care syndrome individual specific to covid or is it just more of intensive therapy because we have so many people. Now were suffering from this for the most part. Many of the things that are happening would be the same things that are happening before. Cove it but we need to keep watching for. Are there any things that are particularly unique or different so there is an eye out for these things. And what's so great about this kind of clinic where patients come together and so many of them can be seen by the same people is that they can easily begin to see if there are trends. Are there problems with heart function and if there is then there's one or two specific heart specialists that will see. These patients is their problem with balance or with having low blood pressure. When you stand up in a fast heart rate something called hotspot. If there's something like that there's somebody else said. That patient can see so. I think we're still at a pretty early stage. Many of the reports that we see with post covert Outcomes are the same kinds of things that we know about so for instance we published a report of four cogan looking at fatigue symptoms in survivors of critical illness. Patients that have been in an intensive care unit and we found a year later that roughly two thirds of patients report clinically significant symptoms of fatigue a year later so when. We're seeing copen survivors. Also talk about fatigue in the weeks and months after. That's not saying to me that there's something unique to kobe but through these specialized clinics. We can pay very careful attention to see if there are new things or trends and then begin to think about interventions that may be needed..

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"needham" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"needham" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"As you heard our special guests from johns hopkins medicine. Doctor dale needham. He received his phd in clinical investigation from the bloomberg school of public health and johns hopkins university. He's a professor of medicine at johns hopkins. He holds an appointment in physical medicine and rehabilitation. We're gonna hear more about that shortly. Doctor also serves as the medical director of the critical care physical medicine and rehabilitation program. And he's the director of outcomes after critical illness and surgery group. Welcome dr needham. It's nice to have you join us today. Thank you so much feel very happy. Be here if you don't mind. I'd like to begin at the end recovery. You've taken a solid position that motion and cognitive activity in an icu. Prevent complications and accelerates recovery. How does that work exactly absolutely. This is critically important to patients recovery. Before during or after the covid pandemic traditional critical care has patients deeply sedated lying motionless with many many severe long lasting impairments in their nerves muscles and brain people may come into the intensive care unit primarily for a breathing problem and need to go onto ventilator artificial life support but these people that survive there ice use day most often complain about problems or third thinking or their nerves muscles. Not with their breathing. So it's critically important that we think about the brain the nerves in the muscles in addition to the heart lungs and kidneys when people are in intensive care unit. A stay in the. Icu affects your thinking. Absolutely it does we know that. So many people in the intensive care unit experienced delirium or confused thinking caused by many different things including their serious ailments including sedation. Medications and patients that have longer durations of delirium are much more likely to have long-term impairments in their thinking problems with their memory problems with their ability to plan organize various complex task. Either really important things that impair people's quality of life wants to get out of the hospital and back to home. I grew up in the era where it would not be considered compassionate to put a tube down. somebody's throat and not simultaneously. Sedikh the heck out of them and a combination of pulmonary critical care and physical medicine. Even to this day are probably the only one on in the world. Who has this linked specialty in this amazing time of transition. How do you convince your patience that this is actually a reasonable thing to do to keep you away. Keep them awake after. We've put a tube down their throat. Most patients don't know how critical care is delivered so most patients we don't need to have discussions with them around this other than when we're not giving them deep sedation in in contract with us we can directly. Ask them if they're anxious if they're in pain and give just the right amount of medication to take away any discomfort and allow them to be awake and in fact when we most often ask patients know. Are you uncomfortable. Would you like some additional medications. When patients are not delirious. Most often they tell us no. I do not want your medications that. Give me confused thinking. Let's give a little bit of pain medication. Let's be up and moving so my back doesn't hurt lane in bed. let's turn on tv. Let's engage with family either in person or through video conference. Let's do some things that helped distract them. Were also very fortunate that we have. Dr megan hosie a rehabilitation psychologist. Who will address issues of anxiety through talking to patients rather than trying to give them powerful sedatives that caused confused thinking delirium and long-term cognitive impairments. So did you have a difficult time in the transition. Having been in the icu. Now i'm in my twenty ninth year. There is a culture at least in our main intensive care unit that the culture has always been patient. Comfort is paramount concern in the think the reflects amongst the nursing staff has always been because of the old adage to sedate is really compassionate. Did you have the same impediment that we've been trying to overcome in changing the culture of from sedation to awakening absolutely most people who practice in the intensive care unit telling them that our patients should be awaken. Moving is like telling them. The earth is flat. This is completely different than everything that most of us learned when we are in our training and most of us have seen however if we go back to the early days of critical care win intensive care units were first being created patients were routinely awake and moving at that early stage but then the pendulum swung just as you said with. People think that sedation was going to make patients feel better. But when we began to think that we didn't understand this concept of delirium and we didn't realize that giving patients these powerful sedatives also directly causes this confused thinking and during this confused thinking patients aren't calm peaceful in an amnesic state like in the operating room these patients are having horrible nightmares and delirium feeling like somebody's trying to harm them. There's blood coming out of the walls that rats on the floor that they're dead babies lane next to them in bed. These are all actual memories. Patients have head during their

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Interview With Dr. Dale Needham

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

05:47 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Dr. Dale Needham

"As you heard our special guests from johns hopkins medicine. Doctor dale needham. He received his phd in clinical investigation from the bloomberg school of public health and johns hopkins university. He's a professor of medicine at johns hopkins. He holds an appointment in physical medicine and rehabilitation. We're gonna hear more about that shortly. Doctor also serves as the medical director of the critical care physical medicine and rehabilitation program. And he's the director of outcomes after critical illness and surgery group. Welcome dr needham. It's nice to have you join us today. Thank you so much feel very happy. Be here if you don't mind. I'd like to begin at the end recovery. You've taken a solid position that motion and cognitive activity in an icu. Prevent complications and accelerates recovery. How does that work exactly absolutely. This is critically important to patients recovery. Before during or after the covid pandemic traditional critical care has patients deeply sedated lying motionless with many many severe long lasting impairments in their nerves muscles and brain people may come into the intensive care unit primarily for a breathing problem and need to go onto ventilator artificial life support but these people that survive there ice use day most often complain about problems or third thinking or their nerves muscles. Not with their breathing. So it's critically important that we think about the brain the nerves in the muscles in addition to the heart lungs and kidneys when people are in intensive care unit. A stay in the. Icu affects your thinking. Absolutely it does we know that. So many people in the intensive care unit experienced delirium or confused thinking caused by many different things including their serious ailments including sedation. Medications and patients that have longer durations of delirium are much more likely to have long-term impairments in their thinking problems with their memory problems with their ability to plan organize various complex task. Either really important things that impair people's quality of life wants to get out of the hospital and back to home. I grew up in the era where it would not be considered compassionate to put a tube down. somebody's throat and not simultaneously. Sedikh the heck out of them and a combination of pulmonary critical care and physical medicine. Even to this day are probably the only one on in the world. Who has this linked specialty in this amazing time of transition. How do you convince your patience that this is actually a reasonable thing to do to keep you away. Keep them awake after. We've put a tube down their throat. Most patients don't know how critical care is delivered so most patients we don't need to have discussions with them around this other than when we're not giving them deep sedation in in contract with us we can directly. Ask them if they're anxious if they're in pain and give just the right amount of medication to take away any discomfort and allow them to be awake and in fact when we most often ask patients know. Are you uncomfortable. Would you like some additional medications. When patients are not delirious. Most often they tell us no. I do not want your medications that. Give me confused thinking. Let's give a little bit of pain medication. Let's be up and moving so my back doesn't hurt lane in bed. let's turn on tv. Let's engage with family either in person or through video conference. Let's do some things that helped distract them. Were also very fortunate that we have. Dr megan hosie a rehabilitation psychologist. Who will address issues of anxiety through talking to patients rather than trying to give them powerful sedatives that caused confused thinking delirium and long-term cognitive impairments. So did you have a difficult time in the transition. Having been in the icu. Now i'm in my twenty ninth year. There is a culture at least in our main intensive care unit that the culture has always been patient. Comfort is paramount concern in the think the reflects amongst the nursing staff has always been because of the old adage to sedate is really compassionate. Did you have the same impediment that we've been trying to overcome in changing the culture of from sedation to awakening absolutely most people who practice in the intensive care unit telling them that our patients should be awaken. Moving is like telling them. The earth is flat. This is completely different than everything that most of us learned when we are in our training and most of us have seen however if we go back to the early days of critical care win intensive care units were first being created patients were routinely awake and moving at that early stage but then the pendulum swung just as you said with. People think that sedation was going to make patients feel better. But when we began to think that we didn't understand this concept of delirium and we didn't realize that giving patients these powerful sedatives also directly causes this confused thinking and during this confused thinking patients aren't calm peaceful in an amnesic state like in the operating room these patients are having horrible nightmares and delirium feeling like somebody's trying to harm them. There's blood coming out of the walls that rats on the floor that they're dead babies lane next to them in bed. These are all actual memories. Patients have head during their

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"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News radio onto the roads at 7 43 the Subaru it retainers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the threes. Right hand, Charlie, a very tough ride on 1 28 north down. We gotta crash close to five vehicles reported to be involved in North bound. On 1 28 prior to Route nine, and Wellesley traffic is jammed back to Highland, Avid Needham allow extra time through there, and we're dealing with wet roads all around this morning and slick spots getting reports of a possible crash 24 south after 106 and West Bridgewater, and now it's spin out, reported in the right lane North bound on the expressway after Adams Street in the Quincy area. See any big delays downtown right now north of the city three and 93 year, Okay to and from New Hampshire Out west. We had a couple of crashes, clearing on the pike, one of the eastbound side near the Western state Police barracks, another one clearing away in the pike West before route 30 and we also had reports of some reduced speeds on the ramp from the mass Turnpike getting to 4 95. This report is sponsored by his equal pure Izzy's. You have to be up in five hours, two hours and you haven't slept. Vic's equal appears. Eases drug free blended botanicals with an optimal dose of melatonin that helps you fall asleep naturally and wait with no next day, dragging his equal pure Izzy's naturally superior sleep. Rob Tackler. WBZ is traffic on the threes. AccuWeather forecast with Matt bends. The rain will be heavy at times through the Middle part of the day. Today it will taper off two showers later on this afternoon into tonight. It's going to remain windy.

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"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"As a code Red Zone. But the mayor there not moving forward to the next phase of reopening. We'll have that story straight ahead. Right now. It's for 33 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Mike, We got some trouble spots way certainly do it. Then you have the outer edge of 1 28 South Downs just crawling along here, starting before Highland Avenue Needham down into dead him. Almost six miles. A left laying crashed shortly after you won in 109 eyes being worked on. They're making some progress there. It'll be cleared soon, but that's the case. You want to avoid South bound through Needham and dead him right now. Elsewhere, the expressway south crawling along from the tunnel down to South Bay, and then shortly after, Ah, squad, um Street down to the brain tree Split north bound seems to be fine away in room. Three. South delays down past Union Street. 24 South. Delays for 95 Gallon past Ah route 44 in rein him in New Bedford. Pretty bad delays on 1 95 East. It's a pretty bad crash just before Rue 1 40. The two left lanes are closed there and westbound. They're closing the left lane and there a cz well, so you want to avoid that area, too. Let's see how we're doing downtown check in with him offering insurance copter. Well, it's still tough going here on the lower deck of 93 trying to get on the sacred bridge and then into the O'Neill Tell Thie Leverett operator is heavy getting to the Tobin Bridge that the Tobin Bridge itself on the lower level. Very slow up into the works up actually, that back up in the lower deck. Looks like it is clearing out here. One a north still pretty busy at the lights and Borden Street, But the airport tunnels have been OK this afternoon. Stow our Christian act. The box reinsurance copter west of the city. Things were pretty good with the mass Turnpike grew to West as the usual stop and go through conquered route 62 out to the rotary and then highways to the North really aren't terrible. The upper end of 1 20. It's not bad room One is fine. 93 North is slow going for a while. A pass commerce way and that's about it. My King w B Z is traffic on the three partly cloudy skies. Developing for tonight is temperatures dipped back into the upper fifties. Son will give way to clouds tomorrow. I'll be an increasing wind as well with.

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"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Slow going for awhile through Ah, Needham and down Pass through one in dead um, miking W b Z is traffic on the threes. We've got some sun poking out this afternoon warming things up. Into the sixties in many places tonight will fall back into the little 50 partly cloudy skies and a chance of some fog developing in a few spots as well overnight tonight and into first thing tomorrow. Then the clouds will give way to some sunshine. Temperatures tomorrow in the upper sixties. Tomorrow night. Partly cloudy 57 sun and clouds Wednesday warming up that low seventies coming a bit breezy with a chance of a shower or two and then a windy day on Thursday Sunshine 63, sun and clouds Friday in the low sixties. This's W B Z use radio 10 30. Where the news watch never stops. Good afternoon. I've been Parker here with five things you need to know. At 3 15 President Trump tweeting. He will be leaving Walter Reed Medical Center at 6 30 this evening, we will have more in just a moment. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany today announced she had tested positive for covert 19 Massachusetts into the next phase of reopening Phase three. Step two. With a higher capacity for some businesses. But some communities, including Boston in Somerville aren't taking part anyway. Chose does one in 10. People across the globe has been infected with both Corona virus about 20 times higher than the number ofthe confirmed cases. Just moments ago, Officials at Walter Reed.

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"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At your CBD store, needham dot com. For 22 before we check traffic and weather together. We're getting the new numbers now from DPH about covert 19 here in Massachusetts, According to health officials, We have 365 newly confirmed cases of covert 19 today and 20 newly reported deaths that have been confirmed when it comes to the positive test rate. The seven day average that is down to 1% just 1% flood. Hospitalizations air down today as our patients in the e U So again now from DPH 365, newly confirmed cases of covert 19 in Massachusetts and 20 new deaths for 23. Time for traffic and weather together. The super rude retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Here's Mike. All right, Thanks. Go, Boy. We've got some pretty terrible delays here. We'll start with the Mass pike. He's found that champ two miles to Allston as the crash cleanup continues its right there. That ramp that comes on from Cambridge Street and soldiers feel road. Anyways, the high speed lane has blocked out there. This has been an active scene for about an hour, so it was a rolled over box truck. They're clearing it out now, so hopefully all lanes will be open. Soon will say, Let's see out 93 is doing now. Let's sketch her ma free Insurance road report. Well, we're not done with the delay is getting out of town here on 93 north out, it is slow out the upper deck up past Assembly square in summer belt. Now. Farther, we did have a crash up around 1, 33 and over. It looks like they may have taken care of that It had been in the active breakdown Lane, and it did back up everything to 1, 25 and Wilmington still back to run 25, but it does look like it's starting to sort itself out as you get up Has Daskal Roden approach 1 33 farther up still another little delay in the due in approaching the New Hampshire state line. Kristen UCK in the mob Free Insurance road report. All right, the expressway South found is pretty bad here, inching along from the tunnel down towards the gas tank of a granite After the split 45 minutes from the tunnel down to Braintree, Nora found hung up granted half a passing upon set. That's it won 28 South delays to Needham and then 90 three's hung up both ways Getting to route 24 stays like that on 24 South. For a bit and then more delays down after 4 95 nearby for 95 south is crawling down after route 24 95 South is backed up just after mechanic Street down to 4 95 miking double BBC's traffic on the threes. Now it's time for the four day W B Z accurately forecast really heavy ran and a spotty thunderstorm will mostly come to an end by early this evening will be mostly cloudy overnight below 58. Turning much warmer tomorrow with a mix of sun and clouds high near 80 cloudy and becoming more human tomorrow night with a couple of thunderstorms around after midnight, low 68 rather cloudy and him and Saturday with showers and heavier thunderstorm, especially the afternoon and at night, the high 78 Turning out partly to mostly sunny and nicer Sunday. Lower humidity high of 79 on AC you Others carry shredded Hanner W B z Boston's NewsRadio 63 a bit of rain right now in Attleboro, getting over west of town. It's 61 in lemon stir north of town. Some showers and rally word 62 right now in Boston Overcast in 64 Free weekend is this weekend. That means even bigger savings for BJs members, however, you choose to shop online or in club BJs has free curbside pickup to..

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Security Firms Soar on Stock Market Following Twitter's Big Hack

Business Wars Daily

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Security Firms Soar on Stock Market Following Twitter's Big Hack

"When the world's biggest celebrities asked their twitter followers for money a couple of weeks ago. Users like Barack Obama Joe Biden Elon, Musk and Bill Gates sent tweets promising to quote enrich the community. Send A bitcoin payment. They said and will give you back double. The amount you sent. The tweets came from their verified accounts. The ones marked with a little blue check marks that tell you it's really them. Only, it wasn't really them. All a scam the accounts had been hacked. The tweets were flagged quickly, but not quickly enough. Apparently hackers pocketed more than one hundred thousand dollars before the tweets were removed according to Forbes. This isn't the first time twitter's been hacked, but it marked the worst breach in the company's history. The hack left users and shareholders rattled amid new questions about the platform security. Twitter's stock took a hit, but one sector got a bump from the attacks Cybersecurity, california-based crowd strike was one of the stocks that enjoyed a bump after the hack on Thursday. Shares of the company Traded Higher Building on an upward trend this year. Alex an analyst at research firm Needham, told Tech Website Been Zinger that high profile hacks usually drives cybersecurity stocks higher. Crowd strike offers a range of cybersecurity solutions including protection from phishing emails. They also train employees to spot social engineering breach attempts another stock that enjoyed a post. Hack bump was cyber Ark which specializes in protecting what it calls privileged access, so let's say you need special credentials to access certain areas or data within your network cyber Ark monitors those areas and sounds the alarm when changes are made like they were doing the twitter hack. That additional scrutiny may have stopped the bridge.

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Technology Helps Train Police Officers

WSJ The Future of Everything

07:52 min | 1 year ago

Technology Helps Train Police Officers

"Around the country for the past few weeks, protests have erupted over the killing of George Floyd. The arrests kindle renewed outrage over the deaths of black Americans like Brianna Taylor Eric Garner Michael Brown among many others and the mistreatment of people of Color by police. The protests have also sparked and national reckoning for many police departments. They've been trying to reduce the use of lethal force and improve accountability among other things through training. From The Wall Street Journal this is the future of everything I'm Janet Baben. Today on the show we'll consider the future of police training with virtual reality technology. What's most powerful about the are? You're able to create worlds and circumstances and experiences that you wouldn't be able to create in the real world that can help you shift your perspective, which is really different than a training. We'll speak with researchers about how the brain perceives are and whether it can address bias. Notwithstanding or conscious beliefs or conscious convictions, and we'll talk about why a future developments in Vr police training may fall short. Tell me why you shot. Shot because he was within that zone, you know I felt there was leased departments have long used actors playing and instructional videos to train officers to deal with real life scenarios, but this can be. Pricey and not very realistic. People who make and sell virtual reality say the technology can improve training. If you play video games. You're probably familiar with VR. It's been around for a while, but we asked Wall Street Journal attack video game reporter Sara Needham, in to explain virtual reality is all encompassing. It's a matter of hardware so when you put on APR headset. Everything you see up down left right turnaround. Everything is in there virtual world one hundred percent. You cannot see anything else, so you feel very immersed the main difference between VR other video simulations you can actually interact with this computer generated three D world. It's so. That Sarah says you can get sucked in and lose yourself. I experienced this myself. playing a racing game where I was sitting down very low, and we felt like a cockpit of a vehicle, and as we went around the turns, I literally felt like we were going to crash into the wall, because I wasn't driving very well, and it scared me. For Police. It's not about the thrill or fear of race track. It's about learning how to lean into the fear and still be able to deal with it calmly. If you feel like you've done something before been in a situation before. You're better at knowing how to react. You can practice your actions in these potentially life, threatening situations and hopefully resolve altercations peacefully. We'll talk more about this in just a bit. It's one of the reasons that some of the biggest law enforcement groups in the country like the Los Angeles. Police Department are turning to Vr. The LAPD has a history connected to police, misconduct and misuse force. In Nineteen ninety-one. Were caught on tape brutally beating motorist Rodney. King a black, man. The officers acquitted of criminal charges sparking riots in Los Angeles. In the early two thousands. The department was put under Federal Investigation for. Engaging in a pattern or practice of excessive force, false arrests and unreasonable searches and seizures, the government came in with what's known as a consent decree to change the culture in the LAPD. Dr. Lou Pinella joined the department in the middle of all that in two thousand five. The Rodney King incident put a laser focus on LAPD, tactics and training as well. I believe that we have continued to expand on that every year, both by how we work with our community and the training that we offer. She's the director of Police Training and education at the LAPD and she revamped its training. Process Department currently trains officers with something called a forced option simulator. It's often referred to as first generation. VR says it trains police in real life scenarios you walk into a room and one walls, completely blank and on their, we will project a scenario that an officer has to handle. Handle, it could be anything from a person in a park to a bank robbery to an office scenario, workplace violence scenario, something like that and officers will get a call, and they'll come into the room and and try to respond to what is in front of them. In the meantime, there's a instructor at the back of the room who be on a computer. Computer and as the scenario unfolding, they are able to branch in different directions, where either the officers are calming, the situation down, or it becomes more difficult to handle

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Boston's Norwood Hospital Closed Temporarily, Patients Evacuated Due To Flooding

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Boston's Norwood Hospital Closed Temporarily, Patients Evacuated Due To Flooding

"Hospital remains closed this evening as officials deal with damage from yesterday's flooding. More than 100 patients have been evacuated from the hospital now and relocated to other hospitals. Last night's day luge of nearly four inches of rain left feet of water in the hospital's basement, flooded out the parking lot to destroyed a few cars. Not exactly clear just yet when the complex will be completely re opened. Crews have been assessing damage, but there has been a hotline set up. If you have a loved one being treated at Norwood Hospital, he want to find out what's going on with them called 781769 for 1000. Agan 781769 for 1000 the person who picks up the phone will be able to tell you where you're loved one has been transferred to, and officials say, if you need emergency treatment you're near. Nor would normally would go to Norwood Hospital. They asked you to go to Beth Israel Deaconess and Needham or sturdy in adult.

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"needham" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"needham" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Quickly Needham a geometry set to figure out which books stand alone and which are linked to others but ultimately I really don't think much about the whole body of work really personally I just read out the moment I'm only taking about one at a time and on at the moment yeah yeah send tweets to us he has a question says what are the challenges of releasing a book during these times how are you adjusting to the virtual tours and talks like this one good morning I'm only really starting I did to deserve it does hit big festival in them Wales called hay on wye under this I didn't invent it was this Wednesday evening and you know go on to my laptop and I spoke to a man who was in a room in Wales and I found out later that five and a half thousand people who are actually tuned into what I had no sense of passports however I'm not a toll so it's bizarre and today now it's publication day and United States and Canada which is great but in a sense it's a bit of a non event because I'm here right you are in Dublin speaking and yeah so but you know that's a I'm I'm looking at the book has come out I feel sorry for people who have their first booksellers perhaps our second book says and it should be a great adventure you know it really should be at the two huge advantage to finishing a book and having it published is to host and again and the extraordinary achievement and I think inevitably in the current conditions they're not going to get the the attention and the M. adventure that they should cash so it's a it's a bad time really to have work of mind you you know I have them stage plays which were gonna come on this year and they've been postponed you know having a book out which is a it's great because I suppose ultimately it can still come out people can still buy it whereas and the theaters are shut down for quite a while at the margin well at some point everything will re open including the pub's scheduled in Dublin to open later this month are you concerned with you when you when you get back to are you are you concerned about safety though getting back to them right I wouldn't be going into a pub anytime soon really and I wouldn't personally concerned about I'm told that you're going to have to book to go to the pub and that really seems to defeat the purpose you know I much prefer to drift into a pool with a book in my pocket and just read a few pages and it did take a deer barking and just doesn't make sense to me at all so I'm quite content to stay away until maybe data and the facts scene has been discovered and we can all move around freely again one day personally concerned about my own safety put you know we've got second phase were being told the surge were being told to be careful about this and maybe I think it's it's yeah I wouldn't be touching and propose yeah take your time we're talking with author Roddy Doyle his new novel love comes out today I'm such and Simon's more from our guest.

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AI Opportunity in Insurance, from Process Automation to Decision Support - with Gary Hagmueller

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

07:04 min | 1 year ago

AI Opportunity in Insurance, from Process Automation to Decision Support - with Gary Hagmueller

"This week's episode is focused squarely on insurance. There's a lot to keep track of in the space from claims to underwriting to back in process automation to customer service every six months the landscape of AI vendors and known use cases in the enterprise companies changing in altering in part of our work involves staying on top of that that means speaking to heads of AI and innovation leaders at companies. You might know like Geico allstate or Axa. Some the biggest insurance players in the world as well as staying on top of the start up ecosystem this week we speak with one of the players in that. Startup ecosystem. Gary Moeller is the CEO and president of Clara Analytics Clara analytics based in the bay area. And they are focused squarely on insurance artificial intelligence applications Gary previously was the chief operating officer at a house. D One of the rare companies in Silicon Valley to raise hundred million dollars plus for an artificial intelligence company and he was before that the CFO at Zoro which is an incredibly successful subscription management payments. Firm out again in the bay area so gary has got a pretty storied past in the startup world. Clarice raised about twelve million in there. Certainly on the way up insurances ripe for disruption and there's plenty to cover so gary gives us his perspective on where is making its way into insurance where he thinks it's going to make the biggest impact in the relative near term without further ado. We're going to hop right. It says Gary Hag with Clara analytics here on the business podcast so Gary. I wanted to start us off with just your idea today as to where is making a difference in insurance what what functions. It's being adopted into where the traction is today. If we look at a in the Insurance Enterprise Great Question. Damn yeah so so. There's definitely a whole bunch of different places where we're starting to see a proliferate. I will say it's probably very early days really for a big time. So we're you know. Obviously we are very focused on the claims operation space and so we're seeing a variety of different places where this is getting applied. It's getting applied. At least we're we're we're seeing it generally in two flavors things that can kind of be automated away. You know think simple tasks that it you know today. You got a human doing that. Maybe doesn't need to be done and in the second place where we're seeing it. Generally is is occurring in places where there are very complex in weak signals. That have a pretty large bearing on the outcome of whatever the person is working on or whatever the group is working on in is really being used as an augmentation of human capability but so think about the ability to kind of see around the corner and figure out where the things that that could affect what they're working on positively or negatively are In giving them action in on so like nausea as he said. Our focus is on claims ops but yet we have it a guy on my board works in in underwriting and we seen a bunch of different places where this is starting to apply even in the actuarial space. But it's been you know it's really feels like there's a. There's a groundswell of interest activity coming. I like your break out here when you when you look at a impact and insurance. Maybe we could do this with any sector. But you're talking about two categories. One is what can be automated away. I like the term. A lot of vendors are afraid to use that phrase even because it it comes across. You know immoral. You're one of those automation. People stealing job I. I hear a lot of vendors been far too tender with being able to say that phrase Second informing decisions. So it's sounds like a short breaking things up into we look at insurance. What might be an example of each just to give people a Nice Representative Lens into space some automated stuff and then some some decision informing. So I'm GonNa give you some thoughts on both of those but I do WanNa touch on the point on the automation automation away. I feel like that's a topic. That comes up a lot in this whole a discussion on. I don't think it's as sinister as which you portrayed it as I think it's really a situation where there's a lot of tasks that are being done today that I guarantee you that people do not. I don't WanNa do. And it's part of their regular job and so if you free them from doing tasks that they don't WanNa do in focus them in on the things that they would rather be doing that. They are probably better at doing right. That actually ends up making everybody better off instead of giving you kind of an example right. There's a lot of places where you have things blow through processing right where you can get a claim you can analyze. The machine can analyze the claim. The machine can make a determination that like this routine claimed. Let's just go ahead and eight. You know issue payment or issue settlement or whatever On this particular thing so that's maybe an example of things that the kind of flow through the machine can take care of An ambitious close out without necessarily having to kick it up to somebody who is just going to you know. Look at it. Roll their eyes. It's just another one of these ones again. You know do a couple of things. Close it out and move on right. So that's kind of an example of the automation flow the other side of it. So think of it as kind of decision support or or kind of enhancements human enhancement is what I would basically think about it. Were that's where you know. This is this by the way is common across all areas of machine learning. Were what you're doing. If you're tapping into an appropriately. Large amount of data. You're going to begin to pick up weak signals right in in things that are actually deterministic. That most humans aren't going to be able to go off and do right in in. That's for two reasons number one. They may have been doing this job for ten fifteen whatever years to have a certain way of doing the job and they're just never going to look at those other sources of data right. The secondary part is that some of those sources flow in places that people generally don't even look at so if you've figured out how to tap into all these different data sources and you can then get a much more complete picture like in the case of the sorts of things that we do. We can do a much more complete sense of what's going on with an individual claiming give evidence on like exactly how to attack this problem. Right now to mitigate loss or wind up doing something that's going to wind up making the claiming happier subtle faster. That sort of thing in. Maybe there's an interesting sort of exercise that we could do so I guess one quick thing I did I certainly wouldn't call automation sinister per se. I think there are to be some cases where someone gets freed up to do something more cognitively interesting and it's a thank goodness kind of experience. There will be other times where you know. Abacha folks in India Needham Filing TPS reports anymore. You know what I mean. They'll find somebody else to work with point blank period. There's going to be that and I think everybody needs to be pretty honest about it but there will be plenty of of experiences where we'll be able to move people up in work more interesting things when you look in a business and obviously insurance is your space and you aim to sort of help. Maybe business leaders think through where I can find a fit. You look at a business and say oh here's some identifiable for our potentially automative bucket and then here's some ones that we can also identify for the decision bucket. How do we put on a pair of goggles to to see those opportunities an insurance? What might be helpful.

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"needham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"needham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Listen everybody needed only but I understand that the health care workers Needham first but they have I think it's outright lies sale that people don't need them when they know that doctors need him because of airborne and here's the other thing too is if we look at airborne okay and people it made masks if there's a guy smoking right ahead yet you have to go around him you have to walk through it moke please hold your breath before you go and then you exhale and breathe on the other side but there there the images that airborne stuff is the same as all this smoke because his smoke came out of his lungs and yeah doctors Needham we have just that they need because they're in the fight what everything every this is there on the front lines they're seeing the sick patients so that they're much more exposed but the point is being made even in the New York Post in your times today and they just more more believe in research from doctors and experts that the masks will help a lot of people you know those that are a symptomatic infected if they were to mask it prevents the spread and even there is protection for those that are healthy and trying not to get it if they happen to be in some kind of compromise situation I mean clearly there is some benefit Terri stay safe out there I really appreciate the call Elizabeth is in Saint Petersburg Florida hello Elizabeth you're on Sinead welcome hello I was calling because I work at a skilled nursing facility and I wanted to convey that home of our patients have been you know the response to the news and they're watching on television and the safety precautions that we've put in which as a lemonade the possibility that you have called man with aids action or and also that we do not allow visitors which has been very hard on our patients and of course if the strain on the staff and trying to maintain you know the hygiene plant you know cleaning your hands and the demands of the patients at this time it's it's really something that you feel very badly for patients who are healthy who are having such a frightening experience watching the thing and I I do want to say that I work at a facility that has really been on top of that and I am very privileged to work there I think that if we can keep the supplies like you saying about the masks and the gloves and the challenge that's foremost and to prevent any other cross contamination with other patients but we need to help the family members and some of the patients when you're trying to be compassionate and explain to them and because they're ill they still are so frightened that they get very angry anger that is directed at the healthcare worker who's the bad side is becoming more intense I notice yeah that's that's unfortunate and hopefully that will that will dissipate I I appreciate the here you are you on the on the on the front lines are you an RN or LPN I'm an RN wow and I am certain multitude of patients and we also have you know C. N. F. staff that help us but of course some people you know are still very demanding patience and they they don't necessarily understand the underside Hey oh listen what I'm up against the clock here I want to thank you so much for the call to see if all the other callers will hold on one second.

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"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Before route sixty two down to that two ninety exited Marlboro miking with WBZ's traffic on the three is sorry Mike thank you and this afternoon another beauty of a day were in the fifties even sings sixty degrees I've seen sixty two out there Chelsea right now revere sixty degrees that is beautiful Needham sixty as well and no complaints from other spots to there in the high fifties so we have a mild they're beautiful day tonight partly cloudy lo forty thirty four in some colder suburbs and then Wednesday showers moving in tomorrow afternoon tomorrow night again windy rainy it should dry out we think Thursday afternoon there now thinking some of that rain overnight will linger thanksgiving morning and then Sonny breaks for the rest of the day when hopefully a lot of those football games are getting underway it's going to be mild on the thermometer but it's not going to feel mild the real feels in the thirties despite the thermometers thing fifty on thanksgiving day wind gusts as high as fifty miles an hour so a little bit of a wild thanksgiving and then we have a beautiful Friday and the weekend looks like snow rain and sleet mixing is to all five and the story now a man accused of killing his dog with a rock in Melrose and then burying the dog in his backyard was in court today pleading not guilty nor James Ross was there and has this report forty four year old Adam Crockett didn't say anything in court nor outside the courthouse as reporters asking questions would you like to say anything he's being charged with one count of animal cruelty prosecutors say he used a large rock last Friday night to beat the dog to death and later very the animal in his yard the dog's body and a shovel was recovered after a search warrant was served at a pre trial hearing.

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How Gaming Has Changed in the Past Few Years

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:25 min | 2 years ago

How Gaming Has Changed in the Past Few Years

"Probably bought or asked for a video game as a holiday gift at one point or another but this season it might might not be that simple there are more devices and platforms to choose from than ever before and a lot of different ways to play so before the online deals. Come out we've got our Wall Street Journal uh-huh video game reporter Sara Needham in here to help with navigate. Sarah Welcome. Thanks for having me. So how has gaming changed in the past few years while well You know it used to be really simple you would. You would get your game. You'd buy it at the a retail store. He'd come home. It's in front of a console or computer he would grind your way to the the end. And then you'd be done now. We can play on phones and tablets while socializing with friends who could be you know hundreds of miles away and there's really no end to games because developers keep updating them with new maps new missions new characters So the landscape is really changed and we don't even play games very much on discs anymore. We download load them and now we're trying to stream them over the Internet like we do with movies and music so like we said the holidays are coming up and I know that they're still are gaming consoles out there a and they're probably going to be on a few wishlist. Is this a good time to buy a new console. Well it depends on whether you have already one thing you want to consider is that so. The xbox swung from Microsoft or the playstation four from Sony. They came up their latest models in two thousand. Seventeen Those have better graphics more storage than the original versions that came out

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"needham" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

14:34 min | 2 years ago

"needham" Discussed on By His Grace

"Spark Christian podcast dot Com I am your host Misty Philip and I am so excited that you are here today I would like to introduce you to my new friend who just wrote a book called friend Ish Kelly Needham Kelly welcome to the podcast thanks so much misty I'm so excited to be here talking with you well congratulations on your new book. We're going to talk about that in a few minutes but I I understand you used to live in Texas Naima Texas girl and any good Texas girl knows her Mexican food when I picked up your book and we thought you were talking about going to dinner with a friend in Nebraska and the food was Mexican ish it reminded me of family vacation we took and we were somewhere we were on our way to Wyoming and I'm not really exactly sure where we were but we stopped at a place called Taco Oh lay and I don't know what we were expecting that was not the Mexican food we were used to that that's right yes I do love Mexican food and growing up in Houston area I get kind of spoiled by really great Mexican and Tex Mex food okay yes well welcome why don't you introduce yourself to the on hints tell us a little bit more about you yeah I did grow up in Texas as we actually still live in Texas in the Dallas area I've been married now for thirteen years to my husband Jimmy who's a singer Songwriter most people passive known me just by being married to him we've got three kids and I mean more than any of that thing that grounds my life is I just really enjoy Jason I enjoy knowing him he's my friend my favorite person and what kind of is the center of gravity in my life I just Wanna we sneak away and find ways to get more time getting to know him in the word and all that so I know that's maybe a trait Christian answer but that's just the most important part of it alive or can I take center center stage for me now so that people that's kind of my unofficial life goals admits as many people as possible that nothing compares to know him he's the most amazing person you'll ever me so Now I hope that that is one of the fruits of the book as well even though it's about friendships with other people that you in the midst of that you'll see that Jesus is the greatest friend can't have yeah and and my Bible study that I wrote the struggle is real but so is God I say Jesus is everything because he is everything and when you read the old estimate at all points to Jesus and nate estimate is all about Jesus and he's everything and I love that I love that that he is your best friend how it should be a so friendships can be a challenge I know for me in particular growing up I moved a lot so I had to make friends pretty quickly but I also had mean girls that I didn't quite understand and in a relationships in a fallen world just be a challenge so we're GonNa talk about a struggle of friendship today and when in the beginning of your book worst GonNa Jump Right into it they there's a part that talks about when the storm comes and and Highlighted this part because I thought it was very interesting when the storm comes a friendship built on the sand will crumble just as quickly uneasily as it was built every irreconcilable difference every word of gossip every feeling of jealousy every hateful cold shoulder every resistance to healthy conflict resolution in every refusal to forgive is rooted in the sand of self-centeredness while how could you speak to that yeah that comes from my own experience you know I I I want people to know in this book to that it's not like I figured out some magic formula but I've walked through a lot of those storms and they've been I've seen friendships in my own life not make it because of my own saw oppositionist or the selfishness of other friend in that scenario and Leeann my hope is and I think everybody's hope reading this book as we don't want that to happen we want friendships that are stable and lasting but we don't always realize there's there's a difficult cost to that so we can you know we tend to avoid doing the hard work building friendships on selflessness of of being generous in our friendship because that can be really challenging to do but at the end if we don't do that but on the other side of that When hardship comes misunderstanding concept is GonNa Crumble and I think we all bear the scars of of those friendships that have crumbled I don't know very many people who when I've talked about this issue can't look back on their life and go what you're saying reminds me of this or this person and some apple scars there are far deeper than others some people have been so wounded in their friendships that they're actually afraid to build friendships they've kind of just written the whole thing off said I'll just kind of go somewhere else to get my relational needs met and that is not my hope for this book but rather to help maybe help us all see what happened there why did that fall apart what role did I play a knack because that's all I can actually control and let me step into doing the hard work to build healthy friendships which is actually very difficult to do it's not that easy things that maybe we see in sitcoms or other things that these friendships feel like they just kind of fell in place and it was magical real friendship requires a lot of hard work and I think that's why we tend to avoid it but I'm hoping that this book will be cast a big vision for that make people want to do the work to build those friendships because they're just a so worth it Jesus is our closest in but that he didn't create us to be alone mead the friendships of other people in our life and need to be willing to do that work absolutely and in the book of Hebrews it talks about ital- as the days draw closer like we are not to forsake the assembly of believers in we are he created us for community and and am we are to be in those friendships and so we need to to do that in a way that honors him but I think I read that you talked about sometimes we avoid aid when there's difficulty in our friendship and we avoid it has we don't want to address it but then by not addressing it and actually were Oh that's Oh man that's probably the biggest growth had to happen in my life personally because I think I used to view my avoidance of those issues as loving maybe my friend hurt me and instead of talking to them about it because that was uncomfortable for me I was like I'm going to sacrafice love them and you know just deal with that myself but then I that built bitterness and knee and I didn't want to be around that friend but and and didn't even know they did anything wrong yet 'cause I had taken the time to go tell them and so there's a lot of misunderstanding there and it took a long time and some really good friends who on the other end of that were like why aren't you being honest with me for me to learn that's actually an expression to to address and confront these issues is an expression of saying this friendship is valuable to me it's so valuable to me a bit since there's an issue in it I'm GonNa actually move toward that tench tend to try and resolve it so that we can continue this friendship an and make sure it's maintained and the avoidance of his issues is in some ways oh you statement that that friendship isn't important to me that I'd rather just kind of let it fizzle out and die than fight for it and that can be really hurtful to people a lot of times there's issues the other person doesn't know it or or maybe doesn't fully understand why what they did was hurtful or or not and it takes us being willing to have that really hard awkward conversation I mean it is awkward I mean every time it's awkward it's hard to sit down with your friend across the table and say can I talk to you about this you did this you said this you didn't do this you know you didn't recognize this moment in my life and that hurt me that hurt my feelings and let's go there let's talk about at it let's work through that we want conflict to be just totally out of the picture and our friendships but I think it's a really valuable part of building real friendship it just like it isn't building healthy marriages or having a healthy relationship with your children or anyone else there's moments of conflict because we're all sinners we're all gonNa send against each other y'all have blind spots that we can't see that are gonNA offend in hurt other people and so for not willing to address them in love and kindness patience but with brutal honesty then were just going to end up with a lot of fractured relationships over the course of our lives for just going to look back and see a lot of good starts to friendships and it it just for one reason I've fizzle out and nobody really wants that but it does take the hard work of some conflicts intentions sometimes of hard conversations fight for that to work yeah so I wanna ask you if if someone is listening and they have been the hurt by a friend maybe they've tried to make amends maybe they've tried to discuss it but they're still not really they don't feel the resolution there they could sit down you know like like we're sitting down today what would you what would you say to them yeah the first question probably ask is I probably have to declare fi how they tried to resolve it because at least for the women that I talked to when I've had this conversation but or honest enough it was kind of beating around the Bush it was like you know the because we're afraid we're afraid of that moment and so the type of honest conversation often encouraging people toward is so unfamiliar and so on Common that it almost feels like can I actually say that to my friend and back if you're really honest honorable and explain how you were hurt and they didn't respond with understanding acknowledgement of that issue And then you might follow up conversation you need to have to say hey you know this this thing that I shared with really important and has no resolution I think there's a place for recognizing until trust can be rebuilt and it's not always the best thing to keep going to that relationship hand expecting it to be the same are healthy boundaries that we can put in place but I think too many people but those walls up those boundaries up before they've given the other person a chance to own and see maybe what they've done wrong that they couldn't see so that all of those moments for me when I've been in those those positions have been full of a lot of counsel from outsiders but outside who knows me and so that's the other thing is people that I don't know that I talked to Mike I don't know you I don't know the whole of your life if you have a wise counselor friend I wouldn't trade it and I think we want the fruit on the other side.

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"needham" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"needham" Discussed on By His Grace

"Welcome to the by His grace podcast I am Your host Misty Philip and I am so glad you're joining us today if this is your first time joining us we are so glad you're here on this podcast we talk about the hit the subscribe button so you don't miss an episode and if you're a regular listener and you haven't had a chance to leave us review on itunes which it'd be so kind as to take a minute and leave us a review or share your favorite episode these things help other people find the by His grace podcast and you never know Oh what people are struggling with and how one of these episodes may be just the thing that they need to encourage them in their walk of faith well today I have an exciting announcement for you this podcast is being sponsored by the spark Christian podcast conference did you know that Christianity category is the largest and fastest growing category on Apple podcast but the mainstream podcasting conferences have little to no sir Russians related to or led by faith-based podcasters many Christian authors and bloggers are looking to expand their reach through podcasting but many of them are held back because they don't know where to start I know that I was afraid of the technology behind podcasting and really have a podcast and WanNa take your podcast to the next level I would like to invite you to join us for the spark Christian podcast prince for podcasters in influencers in Houston Texas February twenty twenty.

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Baby Boom: Why this Century-Old Company is Dominating Kids Clothing

Business Wars Daily

05:24 min | 2 years ago

Baby Boom: Why this Century-Old Company is Dominating Kids Clothing

"<music> ah from wondering i'm david brown and this is daily on this august night happy friday. Everyone looks like we made it baby clothes. They hardly evoke an image of cutthroat competition now do they. After all ducks and teddy bears they're just just not very aggressive but the business side of things it's as competitive as they come one surprising companies dominating your kids closets but we're betting you're not really aware of it at a time when most children's clothing makers are struggling a once humble one hundred fifty six year old company is taking over the business that company is is carter's founded by british immigrant william carter in eighteen sixty five in needham massachusetts than small town outside of boston. It's come a long long way. Since its modest family origins. The carter family sold it in nineteen ninety in the last ten years. Carter's businesses doubled to its current revenues of three point five billion dollars. So what gives is the market for kids closed just good overall. Maybe feeling flush whereby more baby gifts yes sir larger wardrobes for junior. Perhaps no no no no no the birth rate. Is it a thirty year low and as we mentioned in a recent episode about the diaper market parents parents don't buy stuff for kids who don't exist that low birth rate plus the problems roiling virtually all brick and mortar retailers have dealt fatal blows too many kids clothing companies. The washington post reports that more than seventeen hundred children's stores closed in the last year alone chalk those high numbers burs up not just to your local boutique but to the failure of big chains babies r us gymboree ian crazy eight in contrast will carter's has grown not just just for the last ten years but every year for the last thirty why in part because it is everywhere hundreds of its <unk> own branded stores discount outlets and the web about thirty percent of its sales are online. These days recently rolled out a buy online pickup in store feature feature sure to please busy parents but carter success also stems from smart deals at forged with target walmart and amazon beginning about a decade akkad ago according to the post carter's customizes fashion lines for each chain those deals effectively transformed potential chiller competition in to customers shop at target and you know the ones that you're buying comes from carter's cute ones he also serves as an advertisement for carter's store where you might just start next time your baby grows another couple of inches another reason for carter's ubiquity low prices for decently made clothes that infants and toddlers toddlers where only briefly say eight dollars for a body suit that a baby grows out of in a matter of weeks or of course it spits up on and then there's the increasing racing lack of competition right all those rivaled stores close carter's fills a big gap. The company's closest competitor children's place had sales of about two billion dollars as last year not bad considering the malays hit most children's apparel chains but it has faced challenges. It's currently shuttering three hundred locations nations. That's not to say that everything is rosy for carter's. It plans to shudder about one hundred underperforming stores in the coming year but it'll use.

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"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"needham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fire on Glen road which began just before midnight crews from that link in Needham and six other towns called into assisted there were no injuries reported North Korea says leader Kim Jong hoon personally supervised another test firing of a new multiple rocket launcher system they claim it can enhance the country's ability to strike in South Korea and U. S. military bases located there the president tweeting about North Korea and its leader WBZ's Laurie Kirby speaking with ABC's in the field with more on what the president had to say well you said Kim Jong un in North Korea tested three short range missiles over the last number of days these missiles are not a violation of our sign Singapore agreement there was a discussion of short range missiles and when we shook hands they may be a United Nations violation which of course you know chairman Kim does not want to disappoint me with a violation of trust there is far too much for North Korea the games he goes on to say Kim Jong un will do the right thing because he's far too smart not to and he does not want to disappoint his friend president trump so well the U. N. in virtually the rest of the planet is not happy with these missile does president says he's fine with them he also said that chairman Kim has a quote great and beautiful vision for his country any push back from secretary Mike Pompeii over the Pentagon on those comments well we haven't heard from either one today however they were supposed to be continued talk to remember the now famous meeting of the militarized zone between north and South Korea with the president dramatically stepped over the border into North Korea and then Kim Jong under the same in South Korea and that seem to be well things are going fine again except very hard there are no scheduled talks North Korea seems to be pretty peeved that subtree in the United States you're going forward with military exercises later this month because they think that's a threat to them and despite all the rhetoric there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of progress in this is more than a year after the president said we can all rest easily because the nuclear threat from North Korea is over of course threatening more terrorists or announcing more tariffs on Chinese goods today Wall Street didn't like that yes we do like to today the president continues to tell you something that is simply not true he keeps saying that Americans are not being heard by these terrorists only China the fact is we buy a lot of stuff from China that we cannot get anywhere else to go to Walmart you go to target you go to any of these places the terrorists of the president put into effect basically covers virtually everything in those stores from clothing to electronics to cameras to every kind of thing you can do you can possibly imagine and this is on top of all the other terrorists would have happened so far and what happens is yes indeed China has to pay that terror of when it goes in there what they do is they raise the prices of what they're selling to the United States which they get passed on to those companies which then get passed on to you and me so when the president says can citizens are paying the price of these terrorists he simply not telling the truth the national intelligence director has decided to withdraw from the running congressman John rock cliff in Texas he's out are you surprised you know would know because ABC did reporting a move so that a couple of days ago might might terrific colleagues here to dig into these things in his main qualification for the job was prosecuting some members of Hamas or at least claiming to have done that turns out he didn't he didn't have much if anything to do with these cases he has almost no national intelligence experience and everyone who's ever had that job has had decades of experience so we were members of his own party came out and were scratching their heads and saying congressman who the only qualification we seem to have had was he went after Robert Moeller and one of the recent hearings and has been a loyalist to president trump and that may have gotten president trump's attention but certainly not his resume which it appears he's padded that's WBZ's Laurie Kirby speaking with ABC's and.

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Tesla Meets Model 3 Production Target, Ramps Up China Factory

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Tesla Meets Model 3 Production Target, Ramps Up China Factory

"Wedbush analysts, Dan. I've says tesla now faces a quote Kilimanjaro like uphill climb to hit this year's profitability targets. The perfect storm that's forming. Analysts point to demand for tesla vehicles as the big problem right now. Which sounds strange considering the sizable wait list for its model three but the expiration of tax credits. For electric cars is also part of the picture. Ravinder Gill is a senior analyst at Needham, demand for the model three in the model S X is decelerating, particularly the model S in the model X, the only sold twelve thousand units in Q one that was down forty five percent you're year, even assume you're pretty big snap. Back in the second half, they're still going to be down thirty percent. Because competition is pretty significant in Europe. These are old models. The model three they basically had depleted their high end version of the model three in the second half of last year. They took advantage of a tax credit, that backlog of orders has now gone. And now they have to kind of go into the mass market at the very same time when the credits expire, or at least get cut in half and then go away altogether next year. Tesla's been looking to China as its next big area for growth going so far as to build a new gigafactory in Shanghai. But now as a trade war between the US and China escalates that's looking like less of a sure thing Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz. Explains. Expediting ships of parts to try to assemble tesla clinicals ahead of the terrorists. This is a huge problem for it. And even though to me have not yet been put on the list of things be terrified by the Chinese people are expecting that could be next. So tesla is facing some very real challenges heading into the second half. It's also coming off a year that saw CEO Elon Musk face off with the securities and Exchange Commission over his tweet about taking the company private musk eventually settled with the SEC, but he went on to post additional tweets that the regulator says violated that settlement, he also fired office series of posts, criticizing the SEC for some must sanctions raise questions about the companies leadership and SEC Commissioner Robert Jackson. Thanks Mosk got off to easy. Here's my fundamental problem with what happened. Whatever you think of that settlement, Mr. musk signed it. And when you sign an agreement with the securities and Exchange Commission with the blessing of a federal judge I just think you've got to be held to the deal you Struckmann and at the end of the day, there was subsequent activity that I think we all felt, and we brought a contempt motion, we, obviously, all felt that he didn't file the deal that he cut musk now has tweets related to Tesla's business pre approved by a company. Lawyer, the CEO is also known for going after shortsellers on Twitter. His company is often a target for those investors. The bet has paid off this month with profits for tesla shorts exceeding a billion dollars in may. Steve is men's a money manager at Neuberger Berman. He famously predicted the collapse of subprime mortgages before the two thousand eight financial crisis. I'm short, tesla, but I've never been short tesla big because it's an incredibly volatile stock and a response information that I think is unimportant, and I've done well in the short and tesla. I think it's going to go lower is men's not alone. According to research from S three partners. Tesla continues to be one of the most. Most popular short positions among US stocks and just last week analysts at Morgan Stanley, put their worst case scenario for the share price at just ten dollars somewhat of a shocking number considering the stock spin trading around two hundred dollars still tesla bowls, like Oppenheimer analyst, Colin rush say the future is bright. His target is above four hundred the simple of side, is that they continue to make cars and people continue to buy them healthy. Right. And that's what we're continuing to see right now. And then the second layer of this is really can they migrate from this EV market into the Thomas market? And I think there's a big question around that. But our model is really based on just their ability to sell electric vehicles at a successful rate, and we feel very good about that call at this point, and leave the Thomas p says a free option for skeptics Tesla's valued like a company poised to revolutionize the auto industry with no concrete signs that it will actually Chievo that lofty goal if it was valued in line with its peers, say with a price to sales ratio matching General Motors test. La's value would be just a quarter of where it

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Actor Burt Reynolds, star of 'The Longest Yard' and 'Boogie Nights,' has died at the age of 82

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Actor Burt Reynolds, star of 'The Longest Yard' and 'Boogie Nights,' has died at the age of 82

"Matt thanks for joining me talking about the life of an icon in Hollywood actor Burt Reynolds died yesterday at the age of eighty two apparently it was a heart attack heart attack, cardiac arrest said Jupiter. Center down in Florida. And you know, I it was a sad day yesterday. But I gotta tell you what I got home. I said, whatever let's pop in cannonball run and have a laugh, and I just almost two hours straight. I laughed like I was thirteen years old again because that's the thing with Burt Reynolds for people like me of a certain age when we were kids, and we were watching cannonball, run smoking. Yeah. On on HBO at all hours and everything we wanted to be the bandit. We wanted to transam. We wanted to turn on the charm the whip that left wait a slap Dom deluise around whatever the man had presence. He was the definition of the movie star, and we're going to miss them. Absolutely. It's so funny. You say that my husband called me yesterday. And I said, hey, how are you? When he goes not so good. And I go why what's wrong, and he goes the bandits gone. And I said only God are you serious? And to the point. I see what you're talking about that we have on our Christmas tree transient. We have the car. My husband's from Georgia. We've actually stopped on roadways where he knows smokey and the bandit was filmed and taken a picture of Scott standing some random corner. But that's how important a lot of Burt Reynolds movies were to a lifetime of people. Right. And it's not just the passing of an individual. It's it's the passing of a certain era in film. I mean, how Needham films like smoke in the bandit, cannonball run that sort of thing again, th they they help to find a very very specific era of pop culture there. But when you go back and you look at birds body of work. I mean, even from his early stuff and gunsmoke, and then, of course, deliverance, I mean, he was an absolute bad ass in deliverance. Okay. And he could go from the dramatic to the comedy in a blink of an eye. And you know, what he was his own. Worst critic if you read his book from a couple years ago, it's called but enough about me. It's a really great memoir. He said that he didn't open himself to new writers or risky parts. I wasn't interested in challenging myself as an actor. I was. Interested in having a good time. And he certainly did. I mean, but years later, he said that you know, that probably didn't serve him. Well, and then when he makes a movie like boogie nights, and he gets nominated for for kademi award. He gets the Golden Globe. Or do you know that after he saw initially he fired his agent because he thought he was terrible in it. Meeting. You imagine that. I mean, that's the kind of the guy that he wasn't. He was his own worst critic. And then in later years, you know, in the nineties down in Jupiter. He opens the Burt Reynolds theater, he starts teaching masterclasses and acting and a friend of mine by name, Tracy Johnson. She's an upcoming actress she had a really great post on Instagram, and I just want to read this really quick a very sad day. The world has lost the best the best actor the best teacher, the best mentor, the best friend and the best human being. That's how we want to remember Burt

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Icahn, with sizable stake in Cigna, to oppose Express Scripts acquisition

Bloomberg Markets

05:18 min | 3 years ago

Icahn, with sizable stake in Cigna, to oppose Express Scripts acquisition

"Purpose Movers and, shakers the cost named Greg Bloomberg market movers and shakers with Carol. Massar and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg radio I'm Pimm FOX along with Bob, everywhere in for Carol Massar and Jason Kelly taking a look at the s. and p. five hundred one hundred and fifty three issues advance three hundred and forty seven decline and five remain unchanged Bob every. Let's, start, with your movers and shakers well. Tim I gotta go with the underwear we've got the Hanes brands that is no longer going to, be selling its exclusive line of champion active wear at target stores and that stock is. Down of it's what happened. To it it's down by twenty percent I think it was like nineteen percent and it's it's a ridiculous amount that showing how I. Think that investors are kind of fickle when. It comes to the, big box stores on the one, hand they punish the the shopping malls, but on the other They give it a lot of a lot of. Weight when it comes to retailers selling their wares there let me just, tell you about the shares of trip advisor down today by about a half a percent moving a little bit lower in after hours trading after reporting second quarter earnings of forty one cents a share estimates. Were, for, forty cents but revenue missed analysts. Estimates four hundred and thirty three million for the quarter estimates were for four thirty five we'll bring, you an update on trip advisor and it's guidance right now shares down eleven percent after. Revenue MRs Wall Street estimates. Sets trip advisor and yes trip adviser is of course based in Needham home to Bloomberg one zero six one Boston newburyport at thirteen. Thirty in metro west and the south short. We love our listeners, all over the glass Red Sox, nation yes it is I'm going to give you a positive today feeling good it is. Miller Coors the ticker is t. a. p. Molson course did. I, say Miller The old one I now it's Molson thank. You okay Molson, Coors Brewing company is having, a joint venture with hydro Pathak Kerry Corp in Canada to develop a non alcoholic cannabis infused beverage so. You're combining I guess it's not alcoholic but there's only it's. Only a matter of time till they get wise and start putting alcohol in it you're getting two of. My favorite things their business and pleasure I'm, not even gonna talk about that shares of Express Scripts down about six and a quarter percent. Today this comes after disclosure that the activist investor Carl Icahn has built a pretty sizable, stake in Cigna and that plans to oppose the fifty four, billion dollar takeover of Express Scripts is according to people familiar with the matter now the. Exact, size of Carl Icahn stay couldn't immediately be, learned but. It's below that five. Percent threshold that would have required him to. Disclose his holdings nevertheless The shares of Express Scripts responding to that news down more than six and a quarter. Percent Sticking with the underwear of motif yes they have here under armor is down today under armor is I'm not quite sure why been searching the Bloomberg terminal for, why under or maybe it's just one of those, things where if you have Hanes brands down you have the leak over to all the other Underwear Underwear Elastic on out of the. Underwear I want listeners to know that I made Pimm FOX laugh on it is not an easy thing to. Do, well let me tell you about MGM that's not a laughing matter for shareholders m. g. m. resort the stock down more than nine. Percent in today's, trading this of course has to do with the revenue going to accelerate beyond the trough of tough rather a tough second. Quarter I beg your pardon. Bob I'm just trying to do two things at once and at the. Tesla second quarter adjusted loss of three. Dollars six cents estimate was for a two dollar and ninety cent. Loss so worse-than-expected for for, tesla and they've, been you, know they've been criticized for burning cash and not making any profit You know most people would love to see a an electric car company. Succeed boys tesla having a. Hard time yeah they're burden through a lot of money let me just. Tell you what happened with the Vicks. Today we'll get the tesla in just a second the vix moved. Higher today it was up, three percent adding, zero point, four zero to the vix settling at thirteen point twenty three Dave My name is. Dave You're doing.

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Scores of gymnasts who survived doctor's abuse unite at ESPYs

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Scores of gymnasts who survived doctor's abuse unite at ESPYs

"One hundred victims of Dr Larry Nassar took the stage to accept the Arthur Ashe award including Needham's gymnast Aly race, Raisman WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us they were speaking for all of the, victims of the, former gymnasts doctor. The many, abuse victims of former USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar received the Arthur Ashe courage. Award and, we're on the stage, last night has Needham's. Ellie race men took to, the microphone, and told the crowd at the SBA awards ceremony that, many, of those victims had spoken out about the abuse but nobody listened for years intention to silence us in, favor of money medals, in, reputation but we persisted and finally someone, listens and believed. Us and she spoke. Directly to others who suffered abuse she said we may suffer alone but we survived together.

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Rockwell to take $1 billion stake in software maker PTC

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Rockwell to take $1 billion stake in software maker PTC

"Deal for industrial software company ptc incorporated the needham firm is getting a billion dollar investment from rockwell automation as the pair begin work on what's being described as a strategic partnership with this agreement rockwell will take an eight and a half percent stake in ptc and will become the company's third largest shareholder these companies will work on an initiative for smart factory technologies the deal expected to be complete in the next couple of months making a business out of tracking counterfeit drugs brings another sixty million dollars in venture funding for the north reading based.

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Michigan State to pay Larry Nassar abuse victims $500M in settlements

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:31 min | 4 years ago

Michigan State to pay Larry Nassar abuse victims $500M in settlements

"A break after pleading guilty salem superior court judge timothy feeley rejected the prosecutor's request for at least one year behind bars saying men well sort of a teeny was just trying to support his family by selling drugs the judge said sort of a teeny was not an addict and sentenced him instead to two years probation earlier today governor baker weighed in on that ruling with people who are killing heroin just dealing heroin dealing with an addiction just dealing heroin my view on that is those people to be treated to the full extent of the law i don't know the facts in this particular case as it's been described to me it's disappointing disturbing even judge feely also said he was taking into account possible immigration consequences that sort of a teeny would face because of that convection and this just into the wbz newsroom michigan state university now we'll pay five hundred million dollars to the women and girls assaulted by disgraced sports dr larry nassar at settlement involves hundreds of women who say they were assaulted during socalled treatments with nasser that's women including olympic gymnast aly razman of needham also mccallum maroney and gabby douglas nassar pleading guilty earlier this year to those charges he's now serving decades behind bars coming up there might be trouble ahead for president trump's plan summit with north korean leader kim jong un we'll tell you why after bloomberg business right here on wbz right now though it's time to check traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes it's brought to you this noontime of the van loans school at endicott college what's up jim ryan delays downtown boston do.

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DOJ to make Comey memos available to Congress after subpoena threat

The Larry O'Connor Show

02:09 min | 4 years ago

DOJ to make Comey memos available to Congress after subpoena threat

"For your investment in this region and i can promise you you won't regret it the banks opening new branches in more than a dozen markets maryland governor larry hogan and we're all so excited that they're starting right here in the district heather curtis sound wma al and wma aol dot com the justice department is expected to make the james comey memo's available to congress later today the justice department is expected to make them available at some point later today and there are at least seven different memos that at least world where some of which contained classified information so at this point it's unclear whether the justice department will decide to make them available in redacted form for that classified information or whether they'll provide them unredacted to congress correspondent laura jarrett the texas firefighter who helped pull a passenger back into the plane during a deadly southwest airlines emergency spoke about it today at a news conference andrew needham says he felt the need to assist servant heart me to get up and do something meanwhile the federal aviation administration says in the next two weeks it will issue a directive to require ultrasonic inspections of fan blades like the one that snapped off that southwest airlines plane passenger who was partially blown out of window was killed the faa announcement comes nearly a year after the engine's manufacturer recommended the additional inspections and a month after european regulators order their airlines to do the work the cincinnati reds are the first team in baseball this year to fire their manager anytime you're baseball team gets off to the worst record they've had since the great depression the manager can't be long for his job and in cincinnati that means a quick hook for brian price whose reds are three and fifteen the worst record in baseball it's the earliest reds manager has been sacked since tony perez was fired after forty four games back in nineteen ninetythree cincinnati is in the midst of a rebuild having lost at least ninety four games each of the last three seasons finishing last each year this season was expected to be no different bench coach jim riggleman will manage the team on an interim basis his fifth managerial job in the majors i'm john stolnis she's been all over tv for weeks now you can see stormy daniels in person she's.

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