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 FDA authorizes first e-cigarettes, cites benefit for smokers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

FDA authorizes first e-cigarettes, cites benefit for smokers

"Called Buse and it's made by RJ Reynolds the FDA says Buse helped smokers to either quit or significantly reduce their use of cigarettes this is part of an attempt to bring scientific scrutiny to the multi billion dollar Peiping industry after years of delays last month the agency said it had rejected applications for more than a million E. cigarettes and related products mainly because of their potential appeal to underage teenagers no decisions have been made yet on the market leader jul the FDA's decision only applies to views is refillable solar power device and its tobacco flavored nicotine cartridge at Donahue Washington

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Big Vape: The Incendiary Rise of Juul E-Cigarettes

Short Wave

02:14 min | 5 months ago

Big Vape: The Incendiary Rise of Juul E-Cigarettes

"Didn't know just how big this story would become when she started reporting it. She's the health writer at time magazine and just released a new book called big vape. The incendiary rise of jewel. I think for most people at felt like jewel kind of exploded overnight. Like all of a sudden everybody you knew had one of these devices but the truth is it was a long time coming. The two founders of jewel labs met in two thousand four as graduate students at stanford their thesis project how to make combustible cigarettes obsolete. Both of these guys were smokers. They both had kind of conflicted feelings about that habits and they were looking for something better over the next decade or so. These guys came up with a bunch of cigarette alternatives. But none really took off until two thousand and fifteen when jewel hit the market which was by far their most sophisticated product. I mean it looks like a flash drive. if you've ever seen one it's very sleek and it has these very potent very palatable little nicotine cartridges that you can vaporize into you know a very user friendly little whisper vapor and as it rose in prominence. You probably know. It became very popular with teenagers. Sort of set off this firestorm. In the media it's meant to help. Adult smokers quit but teens are being enticed by the cool factor. Hallway sleeping in classrooms but this morning the company behind that penn is in hot water. The fda has issued a ban on most flavored e cigarettes including fruit candyman at the same time. Parents are launching their own efforts and asking why the government isn't doing more so started out as a project aimed to seemingly reduce. Smoking became something very very different. It seems like a classic villain story of this company out to hook young people and some people argued that that is what happened but at the same time there is pretty compelling data that the e cigarette could potentially help some people stop using cigarettes. So it's a really complicated equation. Where on one hand. Yes absolutely you want to restrict access to these products for teenagers. But at what point does that restriction on access for young people cut into the ability of adults to use these products for their intended purpose to

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Biden Administration Weighs Rule to Reduce Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Biden Administration Weighs Rule to Reduce Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes

"Report. The Biden administration is considering forcing cigarette companies to reduce the nicotine content in their products brought plenty of smoke to the market. This afternoon, Shares of Marlboro cigarettes maker Altria fell 6%. Following the Dow Jones report, which says the FDA also may ban mental cigarettes outright. Shares of one company increase 22nd Century group sells cigarettes with already very low nicotine levels and its stock. Rose 11%

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Biden Administration reportedly considering nicotine reduction

Marketplace Minute

00:18 sec | 6 months ago

Biden Administration reportedly considering nicotine reduction

"The biden administration is weighing whether to require tobacco companies to reduce nicotine levels in cigarettes. That's according to the wall street journal reports that nicotine would have to be reduced to minimally addictive levels. The administration is reportedly also considering a ban on menthol

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Could Technology Replace Animal Testing?

BrainStuff

02:06 min | 6 months ago

Could Technology Replace Animal Testing?

"In january of two thousand eighteen. You food and drug administration. Commissioner scott gottlieb announced that the agency after an internal investigation had permanently ended a nicotine addiction study in which force world monkeys had died. He said in a statement on the fda website based on the team's findings it is clear. The study was not consistent with the agencies high animal welfare standards any september twenty seventeen letter famous primate researcher and conservationist jane goodall had denounced the research as cruel and unnecessary saying that the harmful effects of smoking on humans are already known and could be studied directly in addition to ending study. Gottlieb said that the findings indicated that the fda's protections for animal research subjects quote may need to be strengthened in some important areas for that reason. He announced the launching of an independent third party. Investigation of all of the fda's animal research into the creation of a new animal. Welfare council to oversee those studies going forward. Additionally gottlieb said that the fda would strengthen its commitment to replacing reducing and or refining animal studies with new methods said that animals should be used studies. Only when there's no other way to do research that's important for public health. But even so he said it is important to recognize that there are still many areas where animal research is important and necessary in particular. He cited the use of primates as essential for the development of some critical vaccines for human children. The research involving monkeys and the response highlighted. What for many people is a discomforting reality. Despite computer simulations and other tools available to today's researchers laboratories still use large numbers of animals as experimental subjects an email. Fda spokesperson taraji. Rabins said that the agency currently is utilizing eight thousand one hundred and sixty seven creatures of various sorts in research. That includes seven thousand. Rodents two hundred seventy primates. One hundred nine fish thirty one lower morphs. An order that includes rabbits and hares. Twenty must That's animals such as ferrets and weasels. Twelve amphibians six cows and five goats.

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Right Person for the Right Job

The Workr Beeing Podcast

06:32 min | 7 months ago

Right Person for the Right Job

"Let's go ahead and shift and start talking of. Yeah the article. I am curious. Article basically is fairly recent piece. It is from twenty nineteen and it is by rayton yellow bec- and wrap t and so the article is called fit perceptions work engagement satisfaction and commitment so very straightforward title. Unlike many that we often see And it was published in the journal of managerial psychology. Which we don't usually pull many articles from but i thought that this one was a really good just kind of straightforward streamline message about the importance of a person job fit to help. Everyone understand why you should be interested in that topic awesome. Yeah so you're telling before we started recording. This is pretty straightforward. So what money give us some definitions. I or sure and then we kind of dive into it. Yes absolutely so. Let's talk first about fit so there are different types of fit that you can have on the job so you can feel that you fit well with your supervisor. You can feel that you fit well with your co workers. You can feel that you fit well with your group or your team The ones that we're gonna be looking at today are feeling like you fit well with your job and feeling like you fit well with your organization and so those are actually two of the most prevalent or they are the two most prevalent types of fit. That i've been studied in the research and particularly fit to the job has been studied with a lot of. There's been a lot of focus on that in the research and it is important that you fit with your supervisor you fit with your co workers. You fit with your team but in studies that have looked at them all together. It seems like person job fit and person. Organisation fit tend to be Have have stronger relationships with some important outcomes Than other types of fit as well so they they are quite important and so let's talk about what they mean so person. Organisation fit is the compatibility between a person and their organization so that the organization provides what the person needs and that they feel that they share fundamental characteristics with the organization so something about the organization represents who they are as a person And that the person also represents the organization so they sort of share similar values basically is. Po fit And they might also share similar like beliefs. They might have similar goal sets things like that. So sort of the culture of the organization and the value of the organization fit with who the person is. And that's person organisation fit. And i think an important thing here is As people are thinking about this idea it's not just the culture is obviously important that you feel like it's culture that you like you're getting the theory leads met but sometimes you can be in a place where you've got a great culture but there's something about the values don't align with you can still make you feel a little iggy. So he met value piece is really important. You wanna make sure that you're aligned to what the organization is doing or you believe in the mission to some extent To really have a strong person organisation fit. Yeah and i mean you can think about this. There's actually a case that was done at jewel which is like the vaping company and their culture as a company is really positive but they lose people because people can't get on the board on board with the mission of selling people on vaping right now the way that they reframe it for people is that it's for you know they try to say that it's four people who smoke and they're trying to get people who smoke nicotine off of nicotine onto jewels rate or not nicotine who smoked tobacco off of tobacco that goes in your lungs etcetera and onto jewel but there's also like heavy marketing towards you know people that don't smoke already and so people that's an example of a place that as a case that they use in business schools A place that has a really good culture but they lose people due to the values pretty frequently interesting. I'm glad you had a case. Speak to that like some examples in my head but Some that. I wasn't necessarily as excited to share because i know people that were concerned places. But i don't know anyone who works at so i don't care i'm so so so yes. So that's we're gonna nation. So it's more like a broad-based. I stands for and i like the culture here Person job fit is basically a similar idea but between the employee and their specific job and there are sort of two components that make up person job fit. So one is that i have. What the job requires. So what's needed to do the job. I possess so my knowledge skills abilities and other sorts of things mash with what's required for me to do the job so my personality meshes what i know how to do. My skillset meshes well with what's required to do the job at another piece is that this job has what i need in order for me to feel fulfilled and that could be with regard to i get the recognition that i need. I have working conditions. That i like. I have pay. I appreciate i see myself as having career advancement in this job. So it's not just about the tasks duties and responsibilities. Do i feel like i can perform them. Well but also do. I feel like i have other things that i would need out of the job itself that fulfil what i want out of my career. Yeah and that kind of ties into the piece of. I know how to do a task but for the task is really boring to me too. That's another important part. I know i can count marbles all day long like to be able to count them. I have the capacity to count. But i would be so bored and it wouldn't be engaging me i wouldn't feel the challenge that i need or you know. Be making an impact. That i need or something like that and those those components are important. So i think that's a really good point that it's you know it's not i mean the definition is not just around you. Can you do the work. But is that work also going to be meaningful for you.

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How Big Food Controls Our Food Cravings

Kottke Ride Home

04:38 min | 7 months ago

How Big Food Controls Our Food Cravings

"Yesterday was national potato chip day. But there's no show on sundays. I'm bringing it up now and it's not like we need an extra excuse to eat potato chips anyways. In fact if author michael moss's research is correct. We really don't need any excuse at all. Potato chips are one of the most addictive foods on earth. Moss is the prize winning author of salt sugar fat. How the food giants hooked us and his new book similarly titled hooked food free will and how the food giants exploit our addictions. It's a sequel of sorts focusing in on the ways. The food giants manipulate the foods they make and our psyches to get as buying more in a review of the new book. The new york times compares potato chips to walnuts inviting you to imagine putting a fresh bowl of each out on the table in front of you trying the walnut i and taking in its many flavors and then the potato chip which is lacking in the complexity of flavor but so crispy and salty making you want to eat more and more of them in a way you rarely would with walnuts and not that this should be a measure of nutrition but walnuts actually have twenty five percent more fat per ounce than the average potato chip so if that was the only metric that you cared about eating the same amount of walnuts as potato chips would result in more fat gained from the walnuts bullet apart from the fact that walnuts have all kinds of other health benefits. Why don't they get a bad rap like potato chips. Because no one eats walnuts in the same quantities as potato chips or if they do they're not doing so for the same reasons that someone eats potato chip after potato chip. I mean no one ever said once you pop the fun. Don't stop about walnuts. Quoting the new york times says describes how foods can be engineered to trigger the brains on switch mostly the neurotransmitter dopamine and inhibit. Its off switch. A region called the prefrontal cortex these switches in the instincts that turn them on and off have deep evolutionary origins that likely helped our ancestors survive and thrive when food was scarce and wow are the hard wired instincts to eat these foods powerful more so than those that push toward addictive drugs like heroin and nicotine even seen the pictures of certain foods can cause us to salivate. In unforgettable language moss describes how less than a second after you bite into a luscious chocolate or glazed donut flavor sensations derived from a combination of sugar and fat as well as other smells and tastes. Hate your brain. Interact with memories and release a flood of neurotransmitters that stimulate and perpetuate fundamental cravings. It sometimes said that for some of us sugar as addictive as cocaine but from an evolutionary biological perspective cocaine is actually as addictive as sugar because it takes advantage of ancient mechanisms we inherited from our distant ancestors that helps them acquire rare but needed calories to stay healthy in our current modern food system consumers have to overcome instincts and make choices over which we have little control and quotes and that memory thing is huge. It's what drives a lot of seasonal tastes purchasing power. Like i mentioned last fall with regards to pumpkin spice and how it's a uniquely american phenomenon in part due to are manufactured nostalgia for thanksgiving pumpkin pie the dates back to the nineteenth century and has been multiplying on top of itself ever since quoting again multinational food companies in gastro orwellian fashion hook us by expertly tapping into our memories. Introducing endless new varieties and combining sensations and ingredients rarely seen together in nature like sugar and fat brittle and soft sweet and salty. None of us are immune. According to moss big food is relentlessly and cynically to maximize their share of the stomach industry parlance for how much of the food we eat. They can supply beyond hunting for genes. That predispose us to particular cravings or quantifying. Sugar our brains prefer these corporate peddlers perniciously play with serving sizes on nutrition labels to deceive us into thinking. We're making healthy choices and quotes. None of this is exactly news. But it's not exactly comforting to be reminded of either. We like to think we can make our own decisions when it comes to our personal health and nutrition but how many decisions are being made for us long before those bags of chips arrive on the grocery store shelf for us to choose from

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Montana's Governor Says Conceal-Carry Law Bolsters Self-Defense Rights

Morning Edition

03:31 min | 8 months ago

Montana's Governor Says Conceal-Carry Law Bolsters Self-Defense Rights

"Will soon be able to carry concealed firearms on campus without a permit. Yellowstone Public Radio's Kevin traveling reports. Montana State University. Senior Chance kind is on his way out the door of his Bozeman apartment, keys, wallet phone, double checking My knife pens. My pencils Got a Glock has is the case Most times kind is in public. He's carrying a concealed Glock 19 pistol in his jeans. Practically muscle memory for the 22 year old to grab heading out the door. We've interest to get some groceries. Thank you. Yeah, but one place he can't carry a concealed gun, His college campus. At least until June. 1st when the new law goes into effect at state universities, a third generation Montana and from a farm and ranch area kind of grew up around guns. After shopping for groceries, he breaks down in brushes his pistol. Well, looks like we're actually pretty. Clinton's students who carry on campus will need to finish the hunters, education or basic gun safety course. Kind, says he's practice, drawing his pistol in front of his bathroom mirror, something he hasn't had to do for real after carrying for 2.5 years, and I thank God every day for that kind, says his father, a former sheriff's deputy taught him to take care of himself and others to be the first line of defense. In case there's an active shooter situation. For example, you are the hidden protector. You're not looking for a fight. But you're willing to finish it. Montana's new governor, Greg Jean Forte, is a friend to gun rights advocates as the state's first Republican executive and 16 years he's starting to enact long held conservative priorities. The right of the people. Keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. During a bill signing ceremony last week, GM 40 railed against gun control measures recently proposed by President Joe Biden said the new concealed carry law bolster self defense rights. Montana University system, and most Democratic state lawmakers oppose the bill, fearing it could lead to accidents and more students harming themselves on campus. Montana has the nation's third highest suicide rate, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies have consistently found that suicide risk increases with access to guns. So this is like the main lobby area where a lot of people like Tonto Hang out. Do homework knew our worries MSU freshman and dorm resident Daisy Cory, who's loving her college experience, but just the thought of someone having a gun in the dining hall when I'm just trying to eat a sandwich. Good morning. That's scary. If there's a dispute, she says she won't feel safe next fall. Knowing students may have guns in the library or one of her philosophy class is their signs on the front door that say no nicotine. No tobacco, But you're allowing 18 year olds have guns who are drinking on the weekends and are living with a bunch of people. It's totally crazy to me, Corey says. Hearing about the concealed carry bill unearthed trauma from her childhood in Colorado and age 13. She says she was playing Jenga alone with a friend when he took his own life with a handgun in front of her. Now. Cory says she's considering transferring from MSU. She's hopeful the Montana University system will challenge the new law in court, but Deputy Commissioner Kevin McRae thinks that's unlikely. Instead, he says, the Board of Regents will probably implemented law with an eye toward the 10 states that currently allow students to carry guns on campus. But even the areas that we look to for best practices there are different nuances that Keep this sort of uncharted water and knew. For example, McCrae says, Montana will be the only state to allow 18 year olds to carry guns in dorms for NPR News and Kevin traveling in Helena.

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Can You Be Addicted to Love?

BrainStuff

03:03 min | 8 months ago

Can You Be Addicted to Love?

"Nicotine. Chocolate alcohol opioids work gambling. Sex food you might as well face it. Life is basically a gauntlet of substances and behaviors. That humans can become obsessed with and dependent on. But what about love not just sex but the deep interpersonal attachment we call love can be addictive. The notion of obsessive all consuming and even addictive love goes back literally thousands of years the ancient greek poet. Sappho wrote about watching her lover mary. Someone else and she describes being seized trembling drenched in cold sweat and feeling nearly dead she might as well be describing opium withdrawals or singing aversive addicted to love romantic. Love does have a lot of external features in common with drug addiction initial feelings of bliss and euphoria and obsessive fixated behavior often leading to poor potentially life ruining decisions. Two thousand ten paper from the new york academy of sciences points out that common criteria for diagnosing dependence include life interference tolerance withdrawal and repeated attempts to quit. Sound anything. like your relationship with your ex if so you're certainly not alone. But is there any more measurable basis for thinking. Love can be considered an addiction in the brain. Actually yes. let's talk brain imaging one way. That addiction hijacks the human brain is by taking advantage of a million reward and motivation systems. Like the mess olympic dopamine system which includes the ventral tag mental area and the nucleus accumbens. This is part of the nervous system that gives us internal rewards when we do something with an evolutionary benefits like eating or having sex essentially how the brain tells itself. Hey what you just did do that again. And again and again whether it's eating nutritious meal or unfortunately snorting cocaine back in two thousand five. A study in the journal of neurophysiologist used fm. Are i look at the brains of test subjects. Who self reported that they were intensely in love with someone else. When these lovebirds were showing pictures of the people. They adored there was activation in sections at that. Same mammalian reward and motivation system for example the right ventral mental area. But that's not all a follow up study in two thousand ten looked at what happened to the brains of men and women who had been rejected but reported that they were still deeply in love. It wasn't pretty when heartbroken. Lovers were forced to look at pictures of their exes. There was elevated activity in our old friends. The ventral take mental area and the nucleus accumbens researchers pointed out that the rejected lovers showed several neural correlates in common with the brain activity of cocaine addicts craving their drug so at the level of brain chemistry. Romantic love can be kind of like substance addiction but there are reasons why you might not want to refer to your latest crush as a full on addiction just yet. For example the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders does not officially recognize love addiction and while cravings for love can be devastating when their unrequited or self destructive they can also be deeply fulfilling in a way that no drug habit ever could be.

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Jayne Warrilow on How to Bridge the Gap from ME to WE

Dose of Leadership

04:14 min | 9 months ago

Jayne Warrilow on How to Bridge the Gap from ME to WE

"Jane warrilow back on dose of leadership on the show. Thank you really really excited to be here again. Early guess. I don't know if you remember that but you were. When the show was in its infancy. You came on. Yeah i did. Well i remember talking about you starting podcast before you even got storms. Yeah it'll landau when we met our long ago. That was ages ago. So i think he's you know i think it's nearly a decade. Didn't seem possible. A decade was just a kid then now knowledgeable and mature all have all the answers. Of course he life grandma s right your grandma now. Oh gosh that makes you feel. I feel like i should get my nicotine needles. Well you always you were a fun guest because you you were talking. I remember that conversation. Because it was. I would say that was at the beginning of the show. We were talking here in the prerecording. About how both of our leadership journeys have of changed over. The years have become a holistic. And i remember i was just kind of. I think this show is has done that for me. At least it. Gave me some alignment and clarity around that. And i remember having you on the show and having this really interesting engaging conversation about that about resonance about spiritual the spiritual side of leadership in so important in connecting with so i attribute that conversation a pushing me along that path leadership has become a holistic right. I mean it's changed quite a bit. How much is it in that decade that we've known each other. How much is your leadership journey changed. Would you think just in the decade. You know what i mean. yeah. I do I would say it's changed massively and probably in the last twelve months it's accelerated would accelerate so much i mean what was the big change. Well i think in some ways we You know with the onset of the pandemic and twenty twenty. I think that It almost pierce the illusion of business. I feel and i and in many ways. I think there were a number of trends that were already there but a lot of people would just getting on with business as usual so you know. Change is one of those things that you know. I humans. we don't often choose change of our own accord and so if you've been do the thing about leadership is it's very different at different stages of career and you know if you've done something at some point in your career that has worked for you. It's really hard to let that go. And then start to bring in something innovative or something new or something more holistic say and so you know this. A lot of resistance still to change You know particularly for a lot of people are at the senior level of organizations in. Have a lot of responsibility now. When covy came along there was no denying. We were in a zucca environment. You know is volatile on certain issues. Complexity some big use and the an everybody this uncertainty rose to the top. And oh you know. Some leaders were really struggling with how to remain confident and composed and do their work at when they were faced with unprecedented levels of uncertainty. And nobody knew what the future hells. So how do you continue to do your work when it looks like the market and the economy around you is collapsing everything that we took for granted like you know. Maybe we were growing at the time when it started and we just assume that growth curve would continue while everything changed and so suddenly everybody was confronted with issues that you know. Some leaders have been dealing with for many years. We're aware of and that just accelerated the changes needed to happen. So i think the last twelve months have been pivotal. Am i think this is gonna continue throughout the twentieth decade.

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America Is in a Dark, Deeply Divided Place: Inauguration Day 2021

The BreakPoint Podcast

03:54 min | 9 months ago

America Is in a Dark, Deeply Divided Place: Inauguration Day 2021

"In july eighteen. Sixty four some fourteen thousand confederate troops to just six miles within sight of the us capitol dome for president lincoln. It was a rude shock after all. This was a year after the union. Victory at the battle of gettysburg and the confederacy seen near defeat. Just the nicotine. Seventeen thousand union troops dispatched by ulysses s grant arrived and pushed the confederates back. Well today joe biden. Sworn in as the forty six president of the united states twenty thousand national guardsmen will defend the same capital this time from enraged citizens. It's impossible to understand how we've reached this point unless we look beyond the last few weeks even beyond the election to pre existing conditions such as our decades-long thinning out of civil society. The most recent lawlessness at the capitol reflects an escalating lawlessness that spans political parties religious affiliations age brackets social classes. And so we're faced with. The question will a militarized america. Be the new normal. Will the armed troops protecting the citadel of democracy today be patrolling the streets of writing cities tomorrow will the blatant failures of our institutions and our leaders continued to fester to this explosive level of distrust chuck. Colson often said that unless people are governed by their conscience they will be governed by the constable when people were unable to govern themselves. They then face a choice. Between order or continued chaos. Most often people will choose order which inevitably means the loss of freedoms the freedom to peaceably. Assemble is impossible to maintain when assemblies frequently turned into riots. looting or sedition. The freedom of speech seems particularly vulnerable today when big tech world so much power and decides like twitter facebook and instagram. Already have to crack down on political speech they deem offensive or dangerous and just last week representative alexandria. Ocasio cortez spoke openly about forming a committee to rein in our media environment. That's something that should anyone who has ever read any dystopia novel ever and our second amendment freedoms are most vulnerable. When used as cover by mass shooters are insurrectionist. Perhaps the most consistent refrain from america's founders is that our national experiment would ultimately prove unsustainable unless there was a virtuous citizenry. our constitution simply cannot ever knows who refused to govern themselves. John adams our second president said it most clearly quote. Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It's wholly inadequate to the government of any other and yet americans are becoming increasingly. Immoral and irreligious are shocking. Lack of conscience on display in rising numbers of both deaths from despair by that. I mean addiction self harm and suicide and acts of desperation meaning violent acts riots and even self mutilation pursuit of identity or sexual pleasure. Look we pump poison ideas into our hearts and minds and then call it entertainment. We pump lies into our children and then call it education. The result is that america finds itself in such a dark deeply divided. Play place that alexander solzhenitsyn accurately described in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight speech at harvard. We have he said quote very little defense against the abyss of human decadence such as the misuse of liberty for moral violence against young people such as motion pictures full of pornography crime and horror even the strict. This laws sits alternates in might add even twenty thousand national guard. Troops will ultimately be powerless. Defend people against such moral corrosion but the situation is dire. But it's not without hope as chuck. Colson often said despair as a sin. Christ is risen from the dead and god and his gracious goodness has revealed to us what is true and what is good. He's given us his word and through prayer. He makes himself available to

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Fire devastates world's largest sand island

TIME's Top Stories

05:16 min | 11 months ago

Fire devastates world's largest sand island

"Gladys boo knows firsthand. the devastation climate change is already visiting on the world. The twenty five year old has vivid memories of kale island a tiny islet in the solomon islands archipelago where she used to swim and barbecue on the white sand beaches. It's also where her grandparents used to live decades back but kale island no longer exists. It was declared lost in two thousand sixteen after it fully submerged beneath the water a victim of rising sea levels. She worries more of her home. In the south pacific could share the same fate if global temperatures continue to rise at the same pace and just decades. My country's map has changed drastically. She says boo and others who have personally experienced the worst effects of climate change took center stage at a two week. Summit for youth climate activists. The virtual event was organized out of frustration at the postponement of the twenty twenty united nations climate. Change conference also called cop. Twenty six meeting between nations called mock cop twenty six. The summit was attended by more than three hundred fifty delegates from one hundred eighteen countries and included speeches from activists and stakeholders from around the world including the uk government minister in charge of the original cop twenty six in a year dominated by pandemic related disruptions. The mockup to six may be one of the largest international meetings focused on climate change. Even if it lacked official status but another goal of the event was to elevate the voices of those most affected by climate. Change it's a conscious decision. Based on consensus among youth activists that people in the developing world and other marginalized voters are not being represented in the climate movement which has largely focused on activists from developed nations. Be a greta tune. Berg's fridays for future or extinction rebellion which was established in the uk. The climate movement has been often inaccessible and is generally dominated by middle class. White people in the global north says a mercedes rodriguez richer to an activist from the uk student climate network. We can't stand up to this challenge without listening to the people whose voices matter the most in an attempt to be more inclusive. The virtual conference says granted more delegates. To what organizers call most affected people in areas or mapa including the philippines and bangladesh these countries and others were granted five delegates as opposed to three from most developed nations. Giving them more speaking time. More than seventy percent of the delegates represented at the summit or from developing countries. Having more delegates also gave these countries more representation and say in the wording of the final statement from mockup twenty six many behind. Mock cop twenty six. See this as a first step toward changing the emphasis of the youth climate movement. Several studies have shown that a warming planet will disproportionately affect developing countries more than developed nations however mainstream climate movements of faced criticism for not being inclusive of the most vulnerable nations earlier. This year. vanessa. Nakata a ugandan. Climate activist was cropped out of a photo in which she posed with four activists from europe including gratitude berg. It felt like i had been robbed in my space. Nicotine told time in july if climate justice does not involve the most affected communities than it is not justice at all. The photo was later replaced by the new agency that published it when we include everyone. You realize how a lot of the problems are. Common across countries says mitzi thanh a twenty two year old activists from the philippines who has been volunteering at the summit and is one of the speakers representing her country. Thanh has lived through extreme weather events in her native manila which has witnessed progressively more powerful typhoons with each passing year. She says activists like her who have seen the life altering damage. Climate change is already inflicting can go beyond being just sad stories and statistics and take an active role in creating a global solution. There's evidence this approach might result in more effective action to a twenty nineteen report by the united nations development programme found that vulnerable developing countries are leading the world by enacting ambitious pledges on emissions and climate resilience so the narrative. Necessarily isn't we are drowning. We need help says samira sarala a climate change policy expert at the united nations development programme. But rather look how we have seen the consequences and taken the destiny into our own hands. Abu the activist from the solomon islands feels that amplifying stories like hers will help people understand that the climate crisis is already a reality for people in many parts of the world when people who don't believe in climate change. Listen to our stories. They will hopefully empathize and engage she says.

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Tobacco sales during lockdown

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:57 min | 11 months ago

Tobacco sales during lockdown

"During lockdown We sorta changed or spend money always being by mobike. Be buying jigsaw. Buying craft kits. Thinks like that and by motorola does seem that. We've been on mass buying more tobacco. If you look at the results from philip morris japan tobacco imperial brands altria group all of which have reported in the last month. They've essentially said our industry. Globally is doing far better than expected. Now of course long-term tobacco is a declining industry but it seems that the stress the anxiety. The bordon maybe even the freedom of being locked into your home has cool. Smokers either to restart smoking or to smoke more because the outlook for the industry the sales and revenue and profits. They've been reporting it being better than expected now. This is a slightly new story. Because else countries such as south africa where sales were banned entirely because of course covert isn't a disease that attacks the lungs and the chest and so smoking makes it far worse. There's also issues about some some places. Sales of tobacco products were considered essential. And therefore you could still buy them in. The shops and other countries cells of tobacco wouldn't considered non essential. And you couldn't buy them in. The shops followed by the way considered tobacco and essential purchase. So there's some confusion there's also been a pantry loading stopped loading what we saw toilet roll but also say we nuances this story again. Because of high taxes and high prices for tobacco most western countries smuggling tobacco is a massive issue. And of course what we know. We know the borders closed so again. The closure of the borders stopped a lot of that tobacco smuggling which again boosted big tobacco prophets. So so this is a really new story that straightway you'd think well covert attacks suggest attacks. The lungs people would stop smoking. Actually that's not been the case and actually people have drunk more wind. We've seen that in the uk people returning to alcohol to relieve their anxiety. It seems people have been turning to tobacco as well now. That story misses out. I think quite a key point and this is something. I'm noticing around the media. Nobody wants to report this. But if you refer to the british medical journal don't have the exact figures in front of me but it's something like this. Twenty percent of the british population smoke deaths from covid. Anchors is not point four one percent it would appear that there's something in nicotine That actually prevents prevents the virus entering the lungs. I know they should. Nobody wants to talk about. This correlation is not causality. okay speakers two things correllated does not mean one causes the other they have given you a financial answer georgie. You'd expect nothing else of me. Yeah well

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Campaign pushes to ban the sale of tobacco-flavored products to teens in Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Campaign pushes to ban the sale of tobacco-flavored products to teens in Washington, DC

"Community and public health organizations are banding together in a new campaign aimed at Paco products targeted for kids. What we know is that most tobacco users will start tobacco use in their teens, Carla Williams, the cancer center director at Howard University, this flavored tobacco products were made and targeted specifically to black and brown communities. They pretty quickly get dependent on the nicotine and then have the risk of becoming lifelong tobacco users. So the campaign's designed to remove these products from the market so that they're not out there to bake kids and two news through the flavor. Hook KIDS D. C campaign more than 70 Community and public health organizations are calling on the D. C council to end the sale of all flavored tobacco.

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What we know about coronavirus reinfection from other diseases

PRI's The World

07:57 min | 1 year ago

What we know about coronavirus reinfection from other diseases

"Hello I'm Alana Gordon I'm a reporter and producer at the world covering global health here at the world, we've been holding a regular series of Corona virus conversations presented jointly with the Forum at Harvard Chan School of Public Health, taking your questions to the experts. This discussion series is featured on our facebook page, but we wanted to share what we think are really valuable conversations with you right here in the world's podcast feed. This Week I spoke with William Hannich Associate Professor of epidemiology at Harvard. Teach Dance School of Public Health about the pandemic and the latest updates as we approach the holiday season. To start in the United States more than two hundred, thousand people have died of Covid nineteen. The number of new cases is growing by some fifty thousand each day it's a figure that's been rising for four weeks running and is up by more than a third since just a month ago, it's hard to believe. The fear is that this is just a preview of what the late fall and winter might hold cold weather sends people indoors. We could see much more dramatic rises in Cova cases with winter holidays coming, and that's also creating really difficult heart wrenching dilemmas for many families. Do you travel even places in communities where there are lots of infections or to and from So. To Begin William, where do you see us now in this progression of the pandemic? Where do you see it headed? When you write the that are increases happening at the moment. In fact, I think that seventeen states reported record highs in cases just last night However, it's not by on the states which occurred be saying the most activity mostly in the Midwest and these sparsely populated states the. However, the numbers that do add up. said the moment this is what we're seeing. We're seeing continued DHAMMIKA activity on low levels on which of experienced reasonable amount of it already, and then more intense activity especially in some of these small towns in the heartland and that's what we are. That's what's happening right now. It's a bit early I think to be saying that we are saying the stock what's going to happen before but we do anticipate that the more in the shifting indoors to places my transmissions more likely to the end and I think the we all seem impact, find some European conference. So not provides a little bit of a window into the future. So when you see these high numbers in cases being reported now more so than the past, are you saying that most of that were really seeing in some of these what mid Western states right now? Yes. At the moment it is it's also worth noting testing has got a lot better. So when we're watching these sort of epidemic lives increasing with action, we're seeing them way more detail we did not spring so. Ratio of can sort of cases to the actual amount of continued on the. It is now much more clearly defined cutting much more clear in science. What happens with mild ignition switches? And so are you seeing any sort of signs of as people move indoors or as holidays come up of what sorts of risks that poses and? How we might see this. PLOP. So I think the one thing that is really helpful to think of his. We. Can think about preventing pandemic transmission in particular preventing clusters of transmission because remember, this is the virus which tends to transmit and clusters intends to fact number of people up on time. Japan viane came up with this notion of the three C.'s which three CS which can be avoided if not consummation and those three C.'s aw. Close spaces. Close contacts and crowding. and. It's very easy to see how those three could easily be going to could easily come together when it comes to the holidays. So hold events late Indo spices are at risk for transmission. We also know that an furtherest transmission is easing. Now we have a report from a few weeks ago from CDC and declaring fatty clearly that people who'd be needing indoors in a restaurant in the last few weeks where you know that was associated testing positive. So putting all this together I'm afraid that you can see them the holidays to the you know they have the potential to be real serious problems at the salute transmission. And so I think the same time there's also people are experiencing fatigue with this going on for such a long period holidays may be seemed like time were just coming up. To be able to beat with up to ones and at the same time just in general when it comes to the ways that public health has really been stressing. From people like you about this kind of sees or about the mask wearing and things like that, how do you manage the fatigue of this continuing? And it seems like. Is there a shifts to? kind of people being more willing to just live with the risks and live this virus and what that means got I think that you can think you're right and I wanNA start but pointing out that, yeah, I, understand that nicotine. I feel myself I. was like good bunch not touching my face and by increasing touching my face. The thing is that I think what we needed. Was for people to be straight up about this since the pandemic it's of of coined, which is not really been seen in about one hundred years as the response to it will need to be coordinated and staying now. That doesn't mean that it has to be intense guy it's. One of the things which makes me and my colleagues tied is when you when we will saying Oh, we're talking about lockdown to accede. That's true. That's just simply not true. You need very strong interventions if you lose control of. That says attraction. So. What you actually want to do is to maintain a bunch of interventions of kind which described the thinking about the three CS thinking about mass killings thinking about reducing risk in a way that you can't sustain. Its doesn't mean you have to stay a home continuously what it means is you can come up with ways in which you are able to avoid losing control because losing. Control of the pandemic lasting anybody wants to happen because it's that, but then leads to a threat to healthcare and the soldier surges. We saw in the northeast in the spring and you know over the summer and the sun belt. So that's what the personal needs to me. The first goal needs to be avoiding surges and I think you can't invent provided you all prepackaged Putin modern inventions. Angel Athletic. But we have to remember. This is the start of a window which is likely to be really very difficult i. think we got through. I contributed to that it's not going to be fun. So, then how do you weigh those risks and think about that with the holidays approaching? That's very really really good question I. think that people are obvious laden decisions themselves. I think that it's helpful to remain the few things about the virus. Are you often hear that? Is You know either you know you hear that it's incredibly dangerous everybody were that it's not angel anybody neither a true. It is. Overwhelmingly clear that among youngest, the very youngest people beyond the twenty, they are much much less likely severe disease I mean. That's not zero I mean we know that there are now Austin Grimm's which if you rack and if you in fact enough peak on that ice cream, you will see them but then much less likely to something consequences disease. But

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Juul Shelves Plan for Feature That Counts Puffs

WSJ Minute Briefing

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Juul Shelves Plan for Feature That Counts Puffs

"E cigarette maker jewel labs has cancelling development of a feature that some of its employees said could help users reduce their nicotine consumption. The feature allowed consumers to track the number of puffs they took on jewel vaporizer jewel cited budget cuts for the move. We reported exclusively this week the company plans to cut more than half of its staff.

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FDA Bans Sale of Puff Bar E-Cigarettes

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

FDA Bans Sale of Puff Bar E-Cigarettes

"S. Health officials are cracking down on a brand of fruity disposable e cigarettes that were never approved for sale. The Food and Drug Administration has sent a letter to the California company telling them to remove puff bar E cigarettes from the market within 15 business days. Some of the flavors mention were mango, pink, lemonade and strawberry. The agency also sent warning letters to nine other companies that are either selling similarly unauthorized e cigarette or nicotine solution. Is that illegally appeal to Children. Some of them mimic packaging of sweets and cereals like Twinkies and cinnamon toast crunch. I'm surely

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"nicotine" Discussed on The Method

The Method

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"nicotine" Discussed on The Method

"They are linked together by specifics in regards to the source of their cartridges or the contents of their cartridges, and what I mean by this is the source of the actual liquids that are. Are, buying where they're coming from. Who is making them in that place, are they even I don't know about certification, but are they even educated on it? Are they cutting corners to perhaps save spending? You don't know unless you do pretty good research and the contents of the cartridge are what they're actually putting those liquids. There's again not a lot of policy that goes behind this stuff so far so. It's important to be a little mindful of you know have your own health standards. If you do vape just by the things that are abiding by the law at the current time, and do your own research into companies that are trustworthy. If you're skipping out on cheap e cigarette cartridges from a less than reputable source, you could probably garnered negative health risks that go beyond nicotine's toxic and addictive effects. If you do smoke if you do vape I think that you should at least be conscious of the nicotine. You aren't taking obviously. Addiction is a whole can of worms. I would absolutely love to get into I. Really would, but I can't make this episode hours hours long. So if you already are struggling with nicotine addiction, and perhaps vaping is a way to reduce a lot of the risk. That goes with a smoking. I think you should be primarily focused on the nicotine's toxic effects, and you know not having to worry about the extra cardiovascular risk. You're putting on yourself by you know buying bootleg sort of cartridges for lack of a better word. So with all that said if it's dangerous and we don't know, then house. The feature vaping looking will nobody can say for certain unless you're talking about money. Of.

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"nicotine" Discussed on The Method

The Method

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"nicotine" Discussed on The Method

"And, it's kind of an interesting point here you know. Do People Really Care Nicotine when they're taking it? It's kind of an interesting thought. When you look at consumer preferences of vaporisers, the people are most care about especially young people who are using these vaporisers due to their techie alternative. They care about the flavorings. You think people perhaps would care about the amount of nicotine there and taking you know the primary reason that they're using it, but. Perhaps they don't even know. It's the primary reason they're using. So. Super interesting point I want to bring up. Here is the earlier designs of vapes. They use what we'd call freebase nicotine and I think this is an important point that I. WanNa get into is a free base is a term. People use for chemical structures of drugs and drugs. The free base form is more likely to be smoked. Whereas salt form can be taken different ways, so primary example of this is cocaine when I say cocaine. You think of probably the powder cocaine that people like to snort. This is a drug that can be smoked as a free base. Where if you take the free base form of cocaine? It's crack cocaine, and that's what people smoke, but you can't really smoke the salt form. which is the powder cocaine? If you tried to smoke the salt form. You would have to get it to a crazy high temperature like. Probably one hundred fifty to two hundred degrees Celsius I believe, and at that point you just be destroying the chemical and you probably wouldn't get high off it. If you see like prescription drug and you see HCL after the drugs name is just hydrochloride for hydrochloride salt, and this is pretty important, because it infects bioavailability, and that means how likely your body is to intake that drug. How much of the drug? It's able to extract from whatever vehicle you're using, and basically how you how you're absorbing it into your body. So, how does this relate to the faiths again?.

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Monocle Reads: Warriors, Witches, Women

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Monocle Reads: Warriors, Witches, Women

"Let's let's talk about this new book of yours which is is fascinating and your goddess has come from really diverse cultures. Tell us about them. Because you've got one from the Shinto religion of Japan you've got got us from Bikini Fussier you've got ancient Greece. Of course tell us a little bit about some of those are tried costner as widely as possible because I think We generally know about the goddess of Ancient Greece and Roman as classic. Go says is but I tried to go with other big little bit deeper went to Mexico and Egypt and Australia and China and kind of eastern Europe I wanted to. I wanted to take in more and more stories. Make more colorful more diverse. I also tried to kind find goddesses who wouldn't necessarily straight wouldn't necessarily even female they'll kind of gender fluid ones in that to Your favorites to write about. I think my absolute favorite who was kind of a new one to me Mami Wata his an African go she's water originally Pantheon of water goddess and. I was really interesting fussy because look she looks fantastic. She's she's half woman. Half Fish is a mermaid character. She loves herself. She's in love with her own reflection. She's beautiful money she brings people money. She's she's kind of happy joyous Goethe's also already. I loved to story in how evolved so she started off as an Oscar award good as but then her story taken through Africa and codified by traders from Europe and then when the slave trade started and thousands and thousands of Africans were taken to America makes it the terrible terrible conditions in the Americas and they took her with them and they worship her made a really specific way of worshipping her through an intense dumps and go them through the tough days in America and in the Americas and gradually she became criticized and became Pau voodoo religion. And it's just that story of. Her story tells the story of people to And how all of this mutates through time it's particularly pertinent telling it from a feminist perspective at this post metoo time. How long is the book been in the works? I mean was me to something that spoke to as you were writing it absolutely. Yeah the informed it that beautiful kind of me to inform the also kind of rising in witchcraft. Catch on the news. That'd be these little groups of young women who were who went to Heck Donald trump not really kind of inspired me and just to this is. It's a new take old stories. These old archetypes for something very modern new and and me too as well. I think a lot of things. That's the story of Cassandra. Who is kind of illustrates the maitre movement beautifully? She was a great Prophet. Who was after? She refused to have sex with somebody and so she was cursed. Older prophecies were true but none of them believed and that really Kinda resonates within me too movement. I mean it's interesting. Isn't it because as women we can be revered as God says or absolutely reviled as witches? Yeah absolutely and I think sometimes some of these stores in one person would be revered as a God s and you know within sentras or even decades. They've been vilified literally demonized and turned into this figure of height because they symbolized an older religion or they symbolize something that historians or writers coming despised so so that their stories are kind of turned around and they yeah they they were even one person could be could represent both of those than yeah. Yeah I'm interested in Shinto. Tell me about your Japanese goddess. Love my Japanese go to. It's I know it was you may. So she was a some nothing good s she's a good of stumps of dawn. Mirth and revelry and she. She's just fun. Some party go almost she but she saved the country because the goddess. I'm Tera it's going into hiding in a cave. And the son of summer had disappeared from the country it needed to be brought back again so I may know. Zoom went outside the cave. She got MIRA and she did dumps and she took clothes off she wasn't wearing any underwear antidepressants on the drum. And and the some good a curious about this she came out the case and then they wrote about the start of the case and she was she was out again in the summer shining again. And I just. I love the kind of lightness that story and the fun. And she's not this serious munificence with with long has his cut flights about the. She's a real person that really resonates. I think absolutely who doesn't want to dance in the sun with no nicotine. Yes exactly that. Wouldn't she really party and an I love the fact that still today kind of drumming groups named for her she. She's inspired the drums in Shinto ceremonies. And I love that. I love her. She's alive three music today. A wonderful

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"nicotine" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"nicotine" Discussed on KGO 810

"Piece of bad satire about the French there's actually good evidence that nicotine plays a role in regulating humans response to other viruses French health minister was soon on radio this week and said it's an interesting possibility we'll know more soon the mitigating effect of nicotine could explain conflicting results on smokers and covert nineteenth crazy right anyway so what you didn't pick up today was that the president did not do is press conference as normal hi well he did the press convert it into the question and answer that we normally hang for and I mean I looked up it was over and I was listening in the background because of the same old you know who's doing well were great Pat me on the back I'm the greatest president disagree by the way when he says it's the greatest economy ever that's a blatant lie it's not even the greatest economy of the last ten years Obama had more a growth now granted his he was growing out of a horrible recession right but none the less it grew and now and as far as GDP growth trump has never had a three percent of our GDP growth a Clinton had four in a row for years in a row of it in ninety seven ninety eight ninety ninety three point five again three three point five three point seven three point five so you know when you hear that you got to take that and care I'm so I'll get more your text on up the phone numbers eighty eighty eight ten here's a question for you really what are you planning on getting this in your head because I'm occasionally I forget but I I'm trying to put in my head and be prepared so if it starts to come I don't panic I just push my way through it but I'm really I'm taking my asthma medication now like I never did before making sure I take it in on the way I'm supposed to but I think what you're talking to do you think do you feel like you're going to get it or does it seem like something that's happening to somebody else eighty eighty eight ten we'll get your phone calls and text at the Sumter Franklin rotavirus is a seven day a week story and this weekend KGO will bring you special coverage both games Saturday afternoon from five day join the sometimes fiery John Rothman I think if god spoke you wouldn't understand Sunday five to seven it'll be there sometime Sonny Bathurst I think California is going to come out of this really well and of course they'll both want to hear what you have to say what happened to this country three G. O. on a weekend this Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting at five on the bay area's talk station KGO eight ten well normal is gone and there's papers piled up at the door but it doesn't mean that we still can't get hold of our lives if you own a home and you live in California odds are you gonna get termites it's just that sets it in the rain we had early part of this one created a termite swarming season now and if you own a home in California listen here well that's a trick because you can't Aug Pacific coaster might is an essential business and are open and operating during this challenging time I had come to my home about a month ago and they did all of the the very latest safety equipment and social distancing guidelines he did it right on their open Monday through.

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"nicotine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"nicotine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The effects of the deadly coronavirus evidences are beginning to show the proportion of smokers infected with corona virus is much lower than the rates of the general population that don't smoke scientists are now asking whether nicotine could stop the virus from infecting cells or if it may prevent the immune system overreacting to the infection doctors at a major hospital in Paris who also found low rates of smoking among the infected are now planning to give nicotine patches to actual covert nineteen patients to see if the nicotine acts as a therapeutic all I can tell you back in the days when I smoke cigarettes I never one time got a cold I tried to quit smoking cigarettes store three times and every time I did south I had a perpetual called the first with every time within within two weeks of quitting smoking I got a call never had one miles now this is purely anecdotal but it's why I can think there might be something to this nolo cigars that have the same effect as the US interests that I I've I caught colds and so for smoking cigars but inhale those so the nicotine had I mean I think if he still got the system but but much much much less of it all I can tell you is and I told people that when it when it was happening everybody sneered them yeah right you know what you're talking about you're just trying to fool yourself you're just trying to justify what you're known to be bad behaviors and all I'm telling you what actually happens I never got a call from now I know all kinds of people who smoke cigarettes get colds so I'm not saying that take what happened in may and make it science I'm just weighing in on the story here here's here's James in Troy Ohio hi James nice to have you with us on the program tonight hello hi rush thank you twenty eight your listener so we have big problems in Ohio some some poll says eighty percent of people here love what might the wind is doing with this lockdown Mike DeWine is online no never Trumper Boris he's running as health director run everything it's ME act and see what is the pro abortion and used to be in a bomb at the residence she's treated like royalty do you think bouncy on steroids he has fan clubs on Facebook in a few more months is a great state nobody seems to care I mean this question a lot don't let me let none of this is a very very important for you you said that eighty percent support don't whine yes are you saying that the eighty some eighty percent support to wine because they support the lock down that he has any force and there are people and no problem with S. and I'm assuming that they're getting a paycheck right now I don't know I don't get it here's a handful yeah protests and stuff but most people just drinking the kool-aid canton anything yeah well there's got to be an excellent it'd be there either supporting him because they just being party loyal or or or or because supporting the wind may not mean they support the lockdown it's possible cracks so well is this your gonna lot of Democrats are going to support the Democrats everything they think is going to hurt trump they're going to support it and I don't know what the welfare state is a circumstance arming them in a lot of unemployment checks have not arrived and we we hear stories all the time about how people don't have more than five hundred Bucks in their back pocket for an emergency so I have no idea what people are living in that this is why you know I could be all wet I could be feeling sorry for people and be wasting my time but I'm sitting here assuming that after two and a half months of this with people's livelihoods shattered their careers in some cases blown up their jobs shut down I'm thinking a lot of people are hurting I'm thinking a lot of people are unhappy and miserable and and wish there would be an end of this and that I don't see a lot of sympathy I I just I haven't seen it yet and so I'm sitting here feeling because I've been there but maybe it's that's not how people are reacting to it maybe I'm wasting my sympathy well I hope not I I I I really hope not because this is and I tell you something else James you you may have a services eighty percent support to wine but let me ask you before we did just yesterday how do you think we've gotten to a point where eighty percent of America actually doesn't want to work and doesn't think they ever again have to there's an ice cream store in suburban Columbus the sign on the marquee says drive through closed the wine actin fans the small business itself is supporting this guy but shutting them down I mean when you get to that point I don't know how to answer that how many saying it back well my I'm just using common sense I don't think Remnick eighty percent of the country once the sit on their **** with no income coming in but I could be wrong I mean we know that forty four forty five percent of countries going to vote Democrat I mean right there what does that tell you about him ladies and gentleman so much of life at home has been changed recently and quickly one of the many examples how souls not with kids at home all Africa store for just a Harvard professor yeah I don't have time to get into this I gotta remember to.

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"nicotine" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"nicotine" Discussed on WTVN

"Product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical do you it's a modern take on nicotine hassle free nicotine pouches made for everywhere your had the weather on a client visitor traveling your favorite spot to cross another city off your back damn road tripping of parts unknown whatever your destination visit dot com now to find your retailer web that restricted age twenty one plus tobacco consumers underage sale prohibited the end thirty six first warning weather for today scattered rain early then cloudy in Chile with a wintry mix returning late in the day high thirty eight tonight scattered snow showers are likely light accumulation is possible low thirty two Sunday mostly cloudy in Chile hive thirty six is currently thirty seven degrees on your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN talk around the clock one news radio six can has Derek joined in the east it is today with a big at six am I right he is right here my father corner fills just my let me know what time that was no do not let me give you I'll give it well first I just tell you the name of the song is no rain in a kind of appropriate right yeah guess who the artist six I'll give you one hint I don't know at its let's go without a piece of fruit that can't see he please a piece of fruit the kids see yeah no I met.

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"nicotine" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"nicotine" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"CQ Is the one that I've seen gene used most commonly with nicotine patches. I I think it is important to note that we do have three primary dosage strengths. So we've got a seven milligram patch of fourteen milligram patch in a twenty one milligram patch in really there is A lower end weight restriction. But for most adult patients. They're they're above that so if somebody super low weight You Might WanNa double check and look that up but by and large we look at the number of cigarettes smoked per day and judge our initial dosing off. Offer that in most cases so obviously there could be a situation clinically were maybe a patient has tried patches in the past and they didn't tolerate the high dose or something. You might start at a at a lower dose in that type of situation but Going off of the cigarettes smoked per day. If we've got a patient isn't that is smoking eleven or more. We're going to generally go with the twenty one milligram patch and start with that. That's the the highest dose. Does there if it's ten or less than we might start with. Fourteen milligrams as far as the the patch. Goes there and end so tens. Ten's a good number to Kinda remember in an easy number to remember Based upon the number of cigarettes smoked there so if we got above that twenty one milligrams below that Fourteen milligrams so with that dosing. How long do we do the dosage form so usually or what's approved is twenty one milligrams That dose for six weeks and then we would do fourteen milligram. Dan Patch for a couple of weeks. And then the seven Milligram Patch for a couple weeks so kind of a of a taper down with a longer period of time on the higher dose us now for starting at that lower dose or the medium dose fourteen. Milligrams that's fourteen milligrams for six weeks and then seven milligrams for two weeks weeks there so that that dose is is generally at least initially going to be based on The number of cigarettes smoked From a mechanism of action standpoint. Obviously we're replacing nicotine That's our objective. Our goal to to replace that nicotine so patients feel. They don't need it necessarily through smoking cigarettes so nicotine itself In the rain essentially vines nicotinic and cholinergic receptors which can produce a stimulating type of fact In it can also impact kind of the rewards center on the the LIMBIC system which that can really fuel That reward can fuel that addiction to cigarettes. Which is why so many patients struggle to Come off smoking Back Kinda relating the patch to clinical judgement. So we talked about the number of cigarettes. Smoked It's always important to us. Clinical judgment. I if you've got a patient that's experiencing adverse fact intolerability due to a higher ear dose. Obviously we're probably going to reduce that dose same thing if you've got a patient reporting Significant withdrawal symptoms news. You know that's a situation where we we might escalate the dose an go up you know if you started a fourteen milligram. Patch they're experiencing those withdrawal symptoms symptoms. We might bump them up to the twenty one milligram patch. And here's a shock to you patients. Maybe don't exactly report Exactly exactly how much. They're smoking as well. Just like drinking alcohol and other things we tend to. Maybe Underestimate how much of a negative. The thing that we're doing so Very important to to use that clinical judgment and recognize that that patients might not be exactly Accurately portraying how much they're doing something or they're smoking in this case if you other clinical pearls with regard it to the patch So only one at a time. I think that's kind of common sense. this specific patch. You cannot cut so something like a lighted arm patch for pain. You can cut that type of patch but nicoderm replacement patches nicotine replacement patches. You cannot cut them. Essentially what's going to happen is you're going to lose some of the the drug and obviously reduce effectiveness. There you want to a non in Harry area clean area on the body usually most patients I've seen on the kind of the back of the arm have seen some kind of upper chest area Korea that type of of location as well. They're now wearing the patch. This is something that has definitely come up before in clinical uncle practice. How long do I have to wear this? How long can I wear this patch? So they are intended to be once daily and really in most patients. We're GONNA use them sixteen to twenty four hours and probably the biggest. The two big things is that I remember with how long to determine To wear the patch is are they having adverse effects at night and specifically adverse effects like insomnia vivid dreams. If that's problematic at night that definitely could be because of nicotine concentrations so in that situation we might say hey taken off at night now that can be balanced with morning cravings so. So if you've got a patient that it's like Yup I get up the first thing I do during the day as my cigarette. That's how I get going. That's how I do my thing That's a situation in where you're probably GonNa want that nicotine in the body because remember these. These patches have a slower onset. They're intended to be longer longer acting nicotine replacement. It's not like a piece of Gum. It's not like an inhaler. You're not going to get that quick. Absorption from nicotine. Patch that that you would with some other dosage forms that are meant for acute relief. So that's kind of some of the downsides of the patch and the kind of the ying and the Yang the good and the bad so to speak. Is that slow onset so it's it's not going to be used for quick relief and and one other downside is throughout the day if patients have really strong cravings You can't adjust the dose of the patch. She can't somehow how did it up. And and increase the dose. That's being delivered from that patch. And even if you could that dose would take a while to get get ramped up because it takes time for that drug to pass through the skin so Those are definitely some important pearls To think about when we're talking talking about Nicotine Patch administration and use of it Let's wrap up the first section here talking about adverse effects facts so I mentioned a couple Insomnia the dreams patients are having those. That's probably candidate that we're likely going to take that patch off at night night Other adverse effects I have seen have heard of Gi upset which tends to be obviously a lot more common. If you're oh you know doing a nicotine gum or something because that nicotine is going right into the got their With the patch it is possible. Maybe a little less likely Headache and then of course with any topical administration there's potential for a skin reaction so You know keeping that that let's say clean obviously not placing the patch right on the same exact spot over and over and over again that may lead to some worsening of of the year ISSUE THERE SO I keep that in mind obviously if somebody's reporting really severe reaction Rashes Spreading. It's getting worse You No it's it's painful it's weeping. It's you know other Worrisome symptoms Yeah you've got to educate your patients to report Those issues to you if if they are having problems that maybe something else is going on infection or or whatever so I think that wraps up adverse effects We'll take a quick break. Then we'll finish finish up on drug interactions if you're looking for board certification study material be CPS GP ambulatory care BC the MTA or nap. LEX material We've got lots of cool stuff. GOING ON AT MED one one dot com slash store. You can find links to all the resources we have also uniquely Just released a drug interactions book that I will cover many of the interactions that. I'm I'm covering today. Today is with regards to nicotine and smoking. So you definitely go check that out. I've got.

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"nicotine" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"nicotine" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"CQ Is the one that I've seen gene used most commonly with nicotine patches. I I think it is important to note that we do have three primary dosage strengths. So we've got a seven milligram patch of fourteen milligram patch in a twenty one milligram patch in really there is A lower end weight restriction. But for most adult patients. They're they're above that so if somebody super low weight You Might WanNa double check and look that up but by and large we look at the number of cigarettes smoked per day and judge our initial dosing off. Offer that in most cases so obviously there could be a situation clinically were maybe a patient has tried patches in the past and they didn't tolerate the high dose or something. You might start at a at a lower dose in that type of situation but Going off of the cigarettes smoked per day. If we've got a patient isn't that is smoking eleven or more. We're going to generally go with the twenty one milligram patch and start with that. That's the the highest dose. Does there if it's ten or less than we might start with. Fourteen milligrams as far as the the patch. Goes there and end so tens. Ten's a good number to Kinda remember in an easy number to remember Based upon the number of cigarettes smoked there so if we got above that twenty one milligrams below that Fourteen milligrams so with that dosing. How long do we do the dosage form so usually or what's approved is twenty one milligrams That dose for six weeks and then we would do fourteen milligram. Dan Patch for a couple of weeks. And then the seven Milligram Patch for a couple weeks so kind of a of a taper down with a longer period of time on the higher dose us now for starting at that lower dose or the medium dose fourteen. Milligrams that's fourteen milligrams for six weeks and then seven milligrams for two weeks weeks there so that that dose is is generally at least initially going to be based on The number of cigarettes smoked From a mechanism of action standpoint. Obviously we're replacing nicotine That's our objective. Our goal to to replace that nicotine so patients feel. They don't need it necessarily through smoking cigarettes so nicotine itself In the rain essentially vines nicotinic and cholinergic receptors which can produce a stimulating type of fact In it can also impact kind of the rewards center on the the LIMBIC system which that can really fuel That reward can fuel that addiction to cigarettes. Which is why so many patients struggle to Come off smoking Back Kinda relating the patch to clinical judgement. So we talked about the number of cigarettes. Smoked It's always important to us. Clinical judgment. I if you've got a patient that's experiencing adverse fact intolerability due to a higher ear dose. Obviously we're probably going to reduce that dose same thing if you've got a patient reporting Significant withdrawal symptoms news. You know that's a situation where we we might escalate the dose an go up you know if you started a fourteen milligram. Patch they're experiencing those withdrawal symptoms symptoms. We might bump them up to the twenty one milligram patch. And here's a shock to you patients. Maybe don't exactly report Exactly exactly how much. They're smoking as well. Just like drinking alcohol and other things we tend to. Maybe Underestimate how much of a negative. The thing that we're doing so Very important to to use that clinical judgment and recognize that that patients might not be exactly Accurately portraying how much they're doing something or they're smoking in this case if you other clinical pearls with regard it to the patch So only one at a time. I think that's kind of common sense. this specific patch. You cannot cut so something like a lighted arm patch for pain. You can cut that type of patch but nicoderm replacement patches nicotine replacement patches. You cannot cut them. Essentially what's going to happen is you're going to lose some of the the drug and obviously reduce effectiveness. There you want to a non in Harry area clean area on the body usually most patients I've seen on the kind of the back of the arm have seen some kind of upper chest area Korea that type of of location as well. They're now wearing the patch. This is something that has definitely come up before in clinical uncle practice. How long do I have to wear this? How long can I wear this patch? So they are intended to be once daily and really in most patients. We're GONNA use them sixteen to twenty four hours and probably the biggest. The two big things is that I remember with how long to determine To wear the patch is are they having adverse effects at night and specifically adverse effects like insomnia vivid dreams. If that's problematic at night that definitely could be because of nicotine concentrations so in that situation we might say hey taken off at night now that can be balanced with morning cravings so. So if you've got a patient that it's like Yup I get up the first thing I do during the day as my cigarette. That's how I get going. That's how I do my thing That's a situation in where you're probably GonNa want that nicotine in the body because remember these. These patches have a slower onset. They're intended to be longer longer acting nicotine replacement. It's not like a piece of Gum. It's not like an inhaler. You're not going to get that quick. Absorption from nicotine. Patch that that you would with some other dosage forms that are meant for acute relief. So that's kind of some of the downsides of the patch and the kind of the ying and the Yang the good and the bad so to speak. Is that slow onset so it's it's not going to be used for quick relief and and one other downside is throughout the day if patients have really strong cravings You can't adjust the dose of the patch. She can't somehow how did it up. And and increase the dose. That's being delivered from that patch. And even if you could that dose would take a while to get get ramped up because it takes time for that drug to pass through the skin so Those are definitely some important pearls To think about when we're talking talking about Nicotine Patch administration and use of it Let's wrap up the first section here talking about adverse effects facts so I mentioned a couple Insomnia the dreams patients are having those. That's probably candidate that we're likely going to take that patch off at night night Other adverse effects I have seen have heard of Gi upset which tends to be obviously a lot more common. If you're oh you know doing a nicotine gum or something because that nicotine is going right into the got their With the patch it is possible. Maybe a little less likely Headache and then of course with any topical administration there's potential for a skin reaction so You know keeping that that let's say clean obviously not placing the patch right on the same exact spot over and over and over again that may lead to some worsening of of the year ISSUE THERE SO I keep that in mind obviously if somebody's reporting really severe reaction Rashes Spreading. It's getting worse You No it's it's painful it's weeping. It's you know other Worrisome symptoms Yeah you've got to educate your patients to report Those issues to you if if they are having problems that maybe something else is going on infection or or whatever so I think that wraps up adverse effects We'll take a quick break. Then we'll finish finish up on drug interactions if you're looking for board certification study material be CPS GP ambulatory care BC the MTA or nap. LEX material We've got lots of cool stuff. GOING ON AT MED one one dot com slash store. You can find links to all the resources we have also uniquely Just released a drug interactions book that I will cover many of the interactions that. I'm I'm covering today. Today is with regards to nicotine and smoking. So you definitely go check that out. I've got.

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"nicotine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Black market products that contain THC new evidence suggests something more that people who rape nicotine are more likely to get respiratory diseases including chronic bronchitis and emphysema and yours else an RP reports early last year one of the most comprehensive studies ever done pointed to evidence that teens who vape nicotine can experience increase coughing wheezing and other short term effects such as asthma exacerbations now researchers are beginning to pin down the potential long term risks the new study finds that Aesop rats are linked to an increased risk of chronic lung disease Stan Glantz a professor of medicine at UC San Francisco and his collaborators as the US data from a study of about thirty thousand people including smokers and people who vape we started out with people who didn't have any diagnosis of respiratory disease and that we follow them forward in time for three years and we said is or an association between each cigarette use and we knew respiratory disease during that time people who used to combustible products such as cigarettes had more than doubled the risk of being diagnosed with the respiratory disease which is not surprising but the more novel finding is that E. cigarettes had an independent of fact people in the study who only use T. cigarettes at about a thirty percent higher risk of developing chronic conditions such as COPD chronic bronchitis emphysema or asthma lance says the risks appear to be highest among adults who both vape and smoke which often happens when people turn to vaping in an attempt to quit smoking but then aren't able to completely give up cigarettes if you are a tool you Sir that is if you're using cigarettes and the cigarettes at the same time these two risks multiply given the E. cigarettes are relatively new the long term effects of vaping are just beginning to be understood says Robert Terran of the university of North Carolina apple hill he says this study offers important evidence I think it's fair to say that the new study adds to the body rather than saying they think he cigarettes is harmful to the lan it seems that easily Gretz can harm the longs in multiple ways beeping can lead to inflammation and tamp down a mutant defenses raping can do a lot to the lungs so it can mean changing factory processes and actually seeing the because if you know suppression so that leaves people more prone to infection he says it's not just the nicotine there are other ingredients including propylene glycol glycerin and flavoring compounds that may lead to harmful effects when heated and inhaled despite these risks many argue that E. cigarettes still have a role to play in trying to help smokers reduce the risk of lung disease Amy Fairchild is dean of the college of public health at the Ohio State University there's no question that they be nicotine is not safe but it is safer than inhaling burning tobacco this remains the key argument in favor of the things that it's a less risky than smoking but at a time when one in four high school seniors report vaping and are at risk of getting hooked on nicotine the authors of the new paper argue the evidence pointing to the harms of E. cigarettes is starting to pile up Alison Aubrey NPR news it's the season of giving so we've asked our international correspondents to give us the gift of tape something they recorded that never made it into a radio story that they haven't been able to forget today international correspondent Generac takes us to a place that she has visited many times on this visit she ended up someplace unexpected hi Jane hi there so take this into the scene where were you so this was Mosul Iraq's second biggest city and muscle it was still emerging from the influence of ISIS under ISIS control for almost three years and almost everything was banned particularly drinking and smoking near the river that divides the city we went through this entrance through the steel door and then there are guys collecting weapons from people who had weapons and then quick body searches for the man and then we open the doors of the recess what are we hearing it's a smoking room really smoking full of men with what looks like being go carts and they're drinking beer and drinking whiskey but they're mostly focusing on the bingo which isn't actually called bingo here what is the Arabic word for bingo it's called double a if you want so happy that's engineer at their house and who opened the place in fact it's the first being hall opened in Mosul since nineteen ninety four and the first board to be open there and maybe like a decade you mentioned it was full of men with this like a strictly male only space it was so strictly a male of lease space we went there with our local producer singer Khalil of he's from Mosel and a friend from Swedish radio who's also a woman and the owner who was our host told us we were the first two women who had ever been there in Baghdad apart from a very old stayed social club where families go to play bingo and win electrical appliances women didn't go to these places and I said I've seen women go to them before in Baghdad and he set by the by the.

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"nicotine" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Weekend with us as use of electronic cigarettes by middle and high school students has skyrocketed so has the number of parents on aware that they have nicotine addicted children here are tips for parents worried about their kids and vaping from gene o'donnell health policy reporter at USA today Jane your advice well my biggest advice would be odd not to freak out because the not that it's funny but it is we've gotten very worked up over a problem that is linked to vaping but it's not the people there ending up in the hospital with a long illness is almost without exception or also vaping T. H. C. so if your child is sleeping naked teen anti H. C. and they're getting their T. H. C. street dealers which most kids would have to under age eighteen or twenty one that's what you need to worry about the most. vaping nicotine is risky but not risky like that it's not the it's not leading AP sending young people to the hospital but it is a very difficult substance nicotine that is to get off of users secretive gene so one of the signs that your kids are vaping among the things I mentioned in the story worse things like getting up from the table a lot having no run off and it excusing themselves you know kids might not want to hang around with their parents too much the dinner table but in an ability to to just spend any length of time in the same room I guess I would say more than usual kind of the one of the public knowledge yes I spoke to said kind of that this sneaky and what's it like averting their eyes like looking looking guilty that's one of them exit they certainly excessive costing breathing problems like if your kid plays a sport for example and then they're getting away more winded than they used to that's a good that's a an important sign because his if this is. half ironically very popular among sports teams even though it really hurts the young people's indoor ends and then of course you find a device that's a good. you likely sign we're speaking with gene o'donnell health policy reporter at USA today pieces gold is my kid vaping if so what's and how do I help them quit so what do you do if you find out your kids are addicted to vaping well I would certainly the first stop in all cases should be the doctor's office but what I'm hearing from talking to school nurses is that the pediatricians often don't know what to suggest this is a new thing and having to get young people off of nicotine and they're having to go through some pretty serious programs they're being pulled out of school they're having to take classes you know that signal remotely having to time every day after school at some places. in the special station programs they call them there are medications they're approved for this sort of thing but none of it's really recommend it none of them worked were were recommended for young people but of course neither was nicotine so the risk of your your kids being harmed by a nicotine replacement therapy which is generally over the counter one of the guns are the patch is is is pretty were about so yeah you really do have to have to you know get get them off it is finished and then and also look at why they're vaping nicotine is that that is because in many cases it's. simply peer pressure but is it peer pressure and that's going to lead to a far more dangerous peer pressure at the doctor the psychiatrists from Hazelden Betty Ford center that I spoke to said it really is if you're if you're young person is vaping nicotine particularly as some of the very young ages or hearing this election is twelve or thirteen and middle school the ticket they're hanging around with kids that are that's going to be bad news if they're doing that they're going to be ahead of the curve on all the risky behavior because even though the kids says everyone's doing it at school if everyone and his group his or her group it's not everyone it's it's really one in five one and four kids in high school and middle middle school top. distinction Jayne o'donnell health policy.

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"nicotine" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Just the way it is but vaping is are the enemy now vaping is the big deal and vaping we would like to ban vaping in New Jersey Senate president Steve Sweeney relate the vamp ban vaping the vaping associated illnesses in New Jersey now the state department of health updated the number of confirmed cases of drug along illnesses resulting from vaping at nine of twenty four reports under investigation it was broken down to twenty six males and seven females of the you know the pushes on president trump would like to band V. being for kids see like the band van the up band the flavored vapes of the vaping stores can't believe what's happening they have this good thing going the of these businesses in New Jersey they were growing and now all of a sudden they could be wiped out the Raritan township committee is planning to introduce an ordinance that would ban the use of aping products in public places. of the township already prohibit smoking in these places in this raises a good point okay as far as your thoughts on vaping should be legal should be illegal I definitely want to hear that but vaping versus smoking. it is the ingestion of nicotine. yet and so is the back so is cigarettes so is tobacco right the tobacco companies can't do anything right they they are prohibited from advertising they tax the crap out of him they do everything possible to wipe out the tobacco industry you can't smoke in public places you can't smoke anywhere basically when you vape all you want. my question to you one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five should the smoking laws. apply to vaping. now is the idea that you know when you look at it but you you you can't advertise smoking commercials in nineteen seventy I think it was up all the smoking commercial ceased and you go on you too when you look at the smoking commercials you know smokers smoking it was cool to smoke if you watch all the old movies all the all black and white movies all the actors and actresses are smoking cigarette holders ashtrays you know if you're in your fifties or sixties you remember you know you go to the beach and get the shells of you complain about the book later on in the tournament ashtrays. in shop would you make you an ashtray ashtrays roll over the house ashtrays all of the restaurants ashtrays roll over the stores all the public places people smoke that he can't the cigarette companies are not allowed to advertise on radio or television. much vaping you can. vaping is the ingestion of nicotine and now we've got people dying from vaping whether or not you think it should be illegal should the same laws for cigarettes. tobacco holds true for vaping. should all the places where you're not allowed to smoke in public should you not be allowed to vape in public. N. give me the reason if you disagree give me the reason why because the whole idea like I never got the concept of smoking in an open air stadium oh my god people are good who's going to die from secondhand smoke if your at MetLife stadium having a cigarette however earth is anybody going to get that we have people walk around the very bright they got the the the the heavy white smoke is coming out that's not a problem. if you're a smoker how do you feel about that if your vapor how do you feel about that and if you don't do either I did feel about that one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five now the Raritan township committee has introduced an ordinance that would ban the use of beeping products in public places are they right or wrong. the whole idea of is the whole idea vaping to get you not to smoke. it's a cleaner way to take in nicotine because no one says we don't want nicotine is nothing good comes at a nicotine or not fighting nicotine. it was okay with ingesting the nicotine it's all that other bad stuff that comes with it in the cigarettes that we don't want. but if nicotine is harmful to you. and the smoking is you know is against the law in public places why should vaping bay. one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five. explain it to me do you rape do you have friends that vape how do you feel understood like the cause of the cigarette like I said you know once upon a time it was cool to smoke a cigarette once upon a time you look good with a cigarette you know they they marketed to you that way. you get a lot the allied with the so and so right there there was so many so either mall borrow main you know there were so many you know it was a you look at it Charley Connally Jack quarterback pose for him close to be that up when you look at the old commercials who's all about image. does the shape. create the same kind of images the same kind of cool this. actually in where town a New Jersey what a one point five I actually. hi how are you good how you doing. I'm yeah been a great big because I eat right and not you know it's obviously.

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"nicotine" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical you're probably would not be surprised how many people use free public wifi were it's offered very convenient but there's a huge downside in maths the cyber hacker it's no doubt somewhere lurking seeing if for fun or profit he can find a way into your machine I mean y'all you almost half the count on that happening I mean it's it's too rich environment you're hacker you have some skill you go to a place where a lot of people are accessing free wifi they're sitting docks and if your hacker just you is see what you can do see what now where you can plant what kind of data you can get you may hit paydirt with somebody you never know do you need to avoid this you need to be able to wave to find a way to go on public wifi because you're in a lot of places where it's offered you need to be able to use it with security and now you can there is a way to ensure that your online activities are private and shielded for all intents and purposes invisible and thus anonymous it's called VPN virtual private network a virtual private network in crypts your connection every thing from your devices your I. S. P. is encrypted but more than that it's invisible it's a single connection nobody shares it you're the only one on it and nobody can see it not the hacker who's working in a private so why are public wifi network area it really is it's it's the best way to have total invisibility total security Norton makes the best VPN Norton secure VPN it encrypts your message in a way that nobody.

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"nicotine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Nicotine is an addictive chemical former show he is curly he has the morning off I'm hearing back from her I'm here and you're there so aboard chat to our last caller look I I understand your frustration it's been part of our frustration how the Republicans and and and even this administration of how they how they communicate a message and Republicans for the longest time not communicating a message effectively but you don't have to be deceitful when you don't have to say things you don't believe and you don't have to play dirty that's the beauty if you're a conservative you don't have to play dirty you don't have to make stuff up and she said you know after the congressional shootings they should have gone in in right and and and blamed right after the death the the the Democrats were to blame them specifically for just like they're doing to us and I told her the reason Republicans and get service don't do that is they don't believe it they understand that the you know in a society that you when you have you're going to have free speech and people are going to go over the top there always going over the top I understand that what happens in a Republic it's meant to be that way the whole system was set up so people can see you out the most vile rhetoric at each other and we don't know but if we don't end up for the most part in a civil war or people killing each other over the politics then you have the people dad commit mass shootings as I've said three hundred thirty million people in the country roughly five to ten of these type of specific crimes a year sometimes fewer they have increased and so most conservatives and Republicans look at it go you know terrible that these things happen what could we best do well are we going to change the way the society is not really ever getting rid of video games now I did mention earlier begin your red pot get rid of pot now call no are we getting rid of the second amendment no well then what do we know when what we know they pick out gun free zones that's one area maybe we can limit their if you're talking about red flag laws as Eric said yesterday with you know so many things that happen out there you might not even need red flag laws from what current law exist right now for many of these cases where you have had some of the mass shooters or whatever the the one eat even though the the kid did reported pulled a gun on someone will that's enough to do it a lot of the behavior already would keep you from owning a gun if that was found out but the last thing that we need to do last thing I want to do is be like them I don't have to.

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"nicotine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Nicotine is an addictive chemical boulder show he is curly he has a morning off I'm hearing back from her I'm here and you're there so aboard chat to our last caller look I I understand your frustration it's been part of our frustration how the Republicans and and and even this administration of how they how they communicate a message and Republicans for the longest time not communicating a message effectively but you don't have to be deceitful when you don't have to say things you don't believe and you don't have to play dirty that's the beauty if you're a conservative you don't have to play dirty yeah I have to make stuff up and she said you know after the congressional shootings they should have gone in in right and and and blame right after the death the the the Democrats were to blame them specifically for just like they're doing to us and I told you the reason Republicans and get service don't do that is they don't believe it they understand that the you know in a society that you when you have you're going to have free speech and people are going to go over the top there always going over the top I understand it what happens in a Republic it's meant to be that way the whole system was set up so people can spew out the most vile rhetoric at each other and we don't know but if we don't end up for the most part in a civil war or people killing each other over the politics then you have the people that commit mass shootings but as I've said three hundred thirty million people in the country roughly five to ten of these type of specific crimes a year sometimes fewer they have increased and so most conservatives and Republicans look at it go you know terrible that these things happen what can we best do well are we going to change the way that society is not really are we getting rid of video games now I mentioned earlier begin your bird pot get rid of pot now call no are we getting rid of the second amendment no but then what do we know when what we know they pick out gun free zones that's one area maybe we can limit their but if you're talking about red flag laws as Eric said yesterday with you know so many things that happen out there you might not even need red flag laws from what current law exist right now for many of these cases where you have had some of the mass shooters or whatever the the one eat even though the the kid did reported pulled a gun on someone will that's enough to do it a lot of the behavior already would keep you from owning a gun if that was found out but the last thing that we need to do last thing I want to do is be like them I don't have to lie about Joe by I don't have to lie about any Democrat or any liberal all I have to do is tell the truth just get the truth out there and I understand how it's frustrating when you see the party.

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"nicotine" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"This product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical I was going to kill somebody I want to start with me some by number one June ninth chains basically two weeks ago two weeks and they have a goal on on this program talking about Alexandria Ocasio wanted thanks I think this woman gets off one attention I think this woman gets off tweaking people on our side I don't think she means it is for a man I think he's just having fun watching people blow up if she does believe it then she so stupid that had nothing to do about it I think there is a part of her that just can't go a day without get noticed and like anybody either get used to that and then people get used to you and so you've gotten noticed kind of starts to decline then you have to wrap it up kind of like having a liner amount early and it's there for a while you don't have to cross it to get noticed but then after a while people are so accustomed to your reader stupidity or your shock value or whatever that it no longer shocks anybody so you're going to go over the line and that was in reaction to her qualifying our detention centers concentration camps and you remember the reaction the concentration of this you have any idea what went on in concentration camps and I saw my tech blog they were defending her I saw the number of other left wing publications they were defending her yep these detention centers are concentration camps people concentration camps just doesn't mean you kill people in there it's all about torture it's about mistreatment it's about denying the basic services so you've got a large part of the American journalist community back in Europe that were running concentration camps the United States doesn't run concentration camps now we may have some CIA black site for bad guy terrorists we don't run concentration camps but she got the attention that she wanted but then it faded you see it did well hang on so she have the pull the spot yesterday she may not know that we will round up people from south of the border they're coming here she's making it look like we're sending posses out over the border may call we're rounding up a bunch of people we don't like him they look different from us no way around them up and we bring them back to the concentration camp that we make them drink what ever is in the toilet that's what she wants people to believe and right there is the drive by media applauding it certainly not objecting to it in not correcting we're talking about people come here illegally when she made this comment about concentration camps she wise criticized roundly for her hysterics inner ignorance but not by any to people she respects next there were pictures of her that surfaced where she sat up photographs of herself supposedly crying next to went chain link fence we were supposed to believe that it was where illegal migrant children were being held and mistreated except it was an empty parking lot it was stated it was a hoax just like this act yesterday is a state hoax probably with media coordination her image has taken a hit this is a woman totally immersed in devoted to social media and these people can't take any criticism box if it's not you'll never miss Browning praise they get nervous so she went to tour a border patrol facility in el Paso I believe this was needed to help restore whatever credibility she thinks she has left looks like she once again tried to pull off a hoax screaming at federal officials making wild claims about illegals being told to drink toilet water it looks like a stunt so now she needs a story to make her look like a heroin our hero some people might misunderstand Herald I'm not saying she wants to look like a syringe that's for you to decide I'm saying she wants to be a hero like a person who knows what she's talking about she wants that kind of gravitas and respect that she cares but she is looking ridiculous she has look particularly ridiculous this past week and he's trying to create a situation to make ourselves look good make the federal employees look bad and somebody needs to Colorado the OJ needs to collar on an ice border patrol needed collar on it there need to be hearings held on these kind of baseless charges they did a very fielded blown to smithereens put her and everybody else under oath because everybody involved here is denying that they're making anybody drink out of toilets and whatever is in the toilets and there aren't any witnesses interesting when there aren't any witnesses that back this up it doesn't matter she still getting away with having said it making federal employees look bad she's making these people who are doing what you wouldn't do you want that job knowing you don't have the support of a large percentage of the gun you want this job for what these people are being paid you go down there and deal with that drags of politicians in a number of other people trying to capitalize on this for their own personal there isn't any compassion for the people down there don't be fooled by this the Democrats love this stuff they love the suffering they love the misery they love the photo ops they love the opportunity it presents because they know that they start blaming Republicans for it and there will be the media echoing available finding the criticism and the blame to me this whole thing is a spot just lying about concentration camps is lying about her emotional state looking at fenced children where there was a parking lot what he wanted that she's lying about everything involving this facility that she went through where people being forced to drink toilet water I don't believe these people is.

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"nicotine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Nicotine replacements liking our action or come up there on medications that address the craving that goes along with tobacco use but also the now the electronic devices all of those choices should be marketed people along with what we call behavioral support so people may need a water intensive longer term counseling in coaching to help them switch or stop or whatever it is they want to do to address their tobacco happen we're talking to Kevin and he has been providing and managing behavioral health services trying to help us with all our stuff and what exactly is going on this bill and do you think the age should be raised from eighteen to twenty one most of the states again it's a state issue well I mean I think that we have a a perfect storm of what has occurred in the last year especially so we got the tobacco industry which clearly has a a very on the whole the legacy of lying deceiving and causing a lot of harm Sir in the American and global population number two we have a new product that promises to basically help people to reduce or quit combustible tobacco all together and that institution or the industry is a profit making institution so you put those items together along with you and use for whatever reason and I'm not an expert as to why use have taken up beeping I could speculate you know about adolescence in general they experiment they're interested in things that they are told that they should not do find flavors it's marketed to them some lights the industry has ever mental agencies as tried to display that it's clear that and and I will call out jul that when we look at some of their advertising it does appear that they were appealing to a younger population even though they say that they are appealing to people who were smokers and I I believe that they are attempting to change their advertising which they need to do but that mixture of putting those elements together it's created I believe an over reaction to the user base really we want to keep all drugs and alcohol out of the hands of you I don't believe I ever going to be able to do that in Harley successfully so I think we need to think about other strategies to prevent sales to minors sales of these substances including tobacco to these miners if we need to and enhanced enforcement in some way then so be it but my concern is that and Chris you might be aware that in the city of San Francisco we can now banned the sales distribution and manufacture of all the products that we want to keep them out of the hands of teenagers we don't want to keep them out of the hands and the choice for adults from switching to the price of seven to start on time so sorry I know you say the American lung association says the cigarettes should be removed from the market he's got the inside seven life insurance is one of those things that just about everybody needs but do you people actually.

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"nicotine" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Com warning this product contains nicotine nicotine is addictive. Spinning complacently in the darkness covered and blinded by a blanket of little lives, false security as low the madness of this move into a slumber. Wake up and is upon you staring straight down and keenly through seeing all that you and everything that you can never be. Yes. An eye is on an eye. Ready to blink? So face forward with arms wide open and mind. You ready to go? Woke up and. Makers spoke up and said. Louis, and this is ground zero..

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"nicotine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"nicotine" Discussed on KTOK

"Nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical. Ellen. Ommission? Fifty. Yes. There's ample evidence of collusion in plain sight. That is not the same thing as proof of criminal conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt. You know, it's not braced to say you're going to be here, and you should learn the language of the country. You just arrived. Revolution. Conscious. Sean. Information on news and more bold inspired solutions for America. Next, our final news roundup and information overload hour have a lot of also reason to being agree Jews. Now, the.

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