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"nordisk" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

04:06 min | 1 d ago

"nordisk" Discussed on Short Wave

"From in PR sponsor, novo Nordisk. Most people think obesity is just a matter of willpower, but it's a biologically based serious progressive disease with severe complications and decreased life expectancy. Novo Nordisk is working to change how the world sees and manages obesity. The first step in turning the tide is recognizing that obesity is a disease, all to help improve the lives of those who suffer from it, and to remove the social stigma. More at truth about weight dot com. First, there was hurricane Maria. Then, in January of 2020, a strong earthquake struck. Weeks later, people were still reckoning with the damage, sleeping outside, fearing aftershocks, and then in March, a global pandemic was declared. You know, all the pandemic closures really started hitting in March of 2020 and in January of 2020, southern Puerto Rico had faced the strongest earthquake that Puerto Rico had seen in more than a hundred years. And so you have one emergency who is, you know, people have to be sheltered, you know, they have to be in common shelters. And then, you know, with the pandemic, you're being told, you know, you can't be with other people. And so what needed to be done to address the two different emergencies was very, very different. And so people, you know, people were tired. I mean, people are tired. And it seems like those conditions, the hurricane, the resulting strains on healthcare and infrastructure, the earthquake. All of this changed the country. And in some cases led it to be more resilient. You know, you've written that in Puerto Rico. There have been broad coalitions working towards combating the pandemic. What is a coalition? And how do you see that working day to day in the response to the pandemic and in getting Puerto Rico to the place where they have such high vaccination rates? Well, first I want to say a word or two about resilience. I mean, I wish we didn't have to be resilient. You know, I think it's obviously important that the communities and countries are resilient because we're facing changes and challenges that require us to adapt. Think about climate change. In that sense, the definition of resilience and being resilient is really important. But, you know, in Puerto Rico, I feel like resilience has become, I don't know. I feel like it's kind of become a trope in a way, where it's like, well, you know, you've been through a lot. And you just continue to be resilient, way to go. You know, you know, go resilient Puerto Ricans, and it's like, well, we don't want to be resilient. We don't want to have to be resilient. But, you know, I think in terms of the pandemic, when I talk about broad coalitions, is that in quote unquote, normal times or pre-pandemic or non emergency times, you really didn't see, for example, the scientific community collaborating with grassroots community groups. You know, I'll speak for my experience as a Puerto Rican scientist and somebody who's a leader within the scientific community. Partly because we have been through so much in the past four years. I think there was a collective understanding of if we don't come together and put our differences aside, things can get really bad. And so I think everybody from individuals to communities to organizations to even the government have done their part to respond to the pandemic pretty well..

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"nordisk" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

08:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"nordisk" Discussed on Short Wave

"This message comes from in PR sponsor, novo Nordisk. Most people think obesity is just a matter of willpower, but it's a biologically based serious progressive disease with severe complications and decreased life expectancy. Novo Nordisk is working to change how the world sees and manages obesity. The first step in turning the tide is recognizing that obesity is a disease, all to help improve the lives of those who suffer from it, and to remove the social stigma. More at truth about weight dot com. In her quest for connection and understanding, Camilla's memoir covers a lot of ground. Everything from using machine learning to help us make tough decisions to finding harmony in our relationships using wave theory. There's a lot of science packed in this book. And today we're going to focus on just two chapters. One, connecting thermodynamics to perfectionism, and the other relating fear to light. All right, flipping to page 48. The thermodynamics chapter focuses specifically on the second of the three laws. I'll let Camilla explain. So the second law of states that a spontaneous reaction in a system will only occur if the entropy of that reaction is bigger than zero, AKA, there needs to be more chaos after then before. Entropy is just a fancy word for disorder. And the second law of thermodynamics basically says that the disorder of a system will increase, like how a plate breaks or the messiness of Camila's teenage bedroom increases. She dedicates this chapter how to forget about perfectionism to her mom. And it begins like this. What to an untrained eye seem like chaos was to me personally tailored with everything what I put it last, spontaneously curated to ensure the optimum place for immediate use, possessions, strewn across the middle of the floor, hadn't just been left there by accident, but to ensure I would have equal access to them for either end of the room. It spontaneous and adaptable. To me, this is how I roll. That urge me motherly rolling of the eyes. Good luck with that. She murmured. In exactly the same term of voice your juice and I said aged four that I wanted to marry Elton John. When your mom was talking about you cleaning your room, you actually write in the book you wanted to clap back with the second law of thermodynamics. Yeah. And you didn't at the time, but you did in the book. So what is that? And what does that have to do with bedroom cleaning? So it's a lot easier to create more chaos and disorder in a system than it is to keep it tidy, which is one of the reasons why we spend so much energy trying to create order in our lives. It's about choosing the battles, because being perfect and having this complete specific vision of how everything should lay to the tiniest detail, take so much energy and quite a lot of those tiny little battles aren't worth it because they don't make too much of a difference. And for me, so aerodynamics just gave me awareness that this took energy and as we get older, we forget that because we're superhuman and toxic positivity means you have endless energy because we're all amazing humans, but we're not we're biology. And we're victims of physics, right? We're victims of physics and our energy is dictated by the laws of science. Like we there you go. Absolutely right. We don't have infinite amounts of energy. And I mean, as someone who has struggled with perfectionism, for you to apply the laws of thermodynamics in stopping and asking, is this where I want to put my energy right now? Was actually really healing. To hear that message that way. Thank you. I'm really glad because don't get me wrong, we can all get stuck in a rut where we forget about that. I mean, we're human, but for me, my priorities are writing, making sure the dogs fed, making sure the family is well, I'm fit and healthy and there was a quite abstract, but they're achievable in a day. And if you've got a kind of goal that's going to take 6 months, don't try and be like, oh my God, I've got to get it all done today, which is tempting, which is what I do, but know that it's okay to not be on time or to do the to do lists. You don't know how things are going to unfold. And that's okay. Yeah. And the laws of physics seem to support that. They totally do. Physics has your back on this one. The other chapter I want to talk about is and I think it's honestly one of the most beautiful chapters in the book is how to feel the fear. And you talk about the anxiety attacks you've experienced about night terrors about living with autism spectrum disorder and ADHD. And generalized anxiety and the attendant emotions that come with it. And I'm wondering how you started thinking about your fears differently using science. I think being able to model your fear is something separate to you is a relieving thing in itself, because then it makes you be like, okay, you makes you see it in your own hands as opposed to you be just completely absorbed in it and being autistic. You get this quite often when things such as sirens and leaf blowers can really set you off on an absolute meltdown, where everything suddenly just crashes down on you, like blinding light. It makes you feel sick. And so I've had to teach myself a way to kind of unpack that and be like, okay, I feel this. It feels like this. This is when this happens. What are my scared of? And for me, it was looking at the refraction of the sunlight through a crystal oyster shell duck thing that my mom has in her window. Yes, let's walk through this slowly. So at some point in processing your fears, you figured out that fear is kind of like light. Yeah. So every morning at 7 a.m. or just before school, the sun would shine or hopefully it would do. And if it did, it would refract its light on my mother's crystal oyster duck thing. She had no windows cell, and burst into a rainbow. And I was like, oh, wait a minute. This prism is turning something that we don't see as colorful, yet very bright. Into something that is beautiful. You could almost taste it. And I was like, this is amazing. And I knew that it had something to do with physics because I remember seeing a diagram in a physics book. Over time, I realized that I needed to be my own prison and that means being transparent enough to be able to pivot what you're feeling into how it affects you. It's very important to be transparent because that's when you work through things and you can talk about them with your opaque, and the lightbulb get in and you can't see any of the colors. And it's a very metaphorical model I admit. By the way, Camilla is constantly tweaking and testing her thoughts. She is a true scientist. And she said something really interesting at this point in our conversation. Since the book has come out. Camilla has been experimenting with not becoming a prism. Not trying to dissect and analyze how she feels right away. To not put pressure on yourself to sort it out, because I think a lot of people feel like, oh my God, I got to come up with steps to sort it out, but it doesn't work like that. And I think you've been able to realize that is quite good. It gives yourself time to analyze it and not put pressure to just sort it. I think it's impressive that you have evolved your thinking beyond what you published in the book. You've continued to experiment with this model and even ask yourself if what you wrote back then is how you what you would abide by right now. Yeah, no, definitely. Oh, that's the thing. It's a science, isn't it? It's like very science like of you. You're like,.

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"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

04:14 min | Last month

"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"They still were very happy to live a life with their family and and just third perspective made me realize how fortunate i am and how fortunate we are to have resources available to us and to be able to talk about it onto the open about it. Yeah it was just an eye opening experience and wooden impossible. Maybe didn't have diabetes so a lot of ways taught me a lot of cool things brought me to some pretty cool places. It certainly teaches you to know your body a lot better than i think. A non diabetic. Does you know because you're paying so much close attention to how you're fueling you know what you're exertion is. How that's affecting your your glucose levels or you know the insulin levels required. And i think the challenge for me sometimes is you know because you know yourself so well. It's it's hard to sometimes learn new things because you think you know more than you know so trial and error. It's just a constant trial and error. I mean i feel like. I'm making educated guesses every day at the best and sometimes they're right and sometimes they're wrong or i'm riding with you and i just hear bbb shut up your wall who come on. Andrew andrew's been awesome. I the group that i ride with regularly has truly been awesome. A couple episodes ago. I thank all of them. Just because i finally got my. Anc back into normal range so it wasn't even in the prediabetes range and it's all because cycling and the support that andrew and and the the mayor and clip and all those guys they you know they. They all provide so very important new road and mountain bike. I think the amount bike. Or which i do. I started on a mountain bike as a kid i. I grew up playing hockey in. I used biking one as the social aspect. Because that's how you got your friend's house before you know before we had transportation on our own but to was way to keep my legs..

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"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

03:48 min | Last month

"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"Follow their facebook group. Page so always really supportive in osman. See what they're doing and yeah being apart For the last ten eleven years has been amazing in my life. Change completely when. I joined the team because i was diagnosed at sixteen your diabetes through some routine blood work contesting and i was living in germany of the time with my father and i had no idea what diabetes was and i thought maybe something that i had to myself. I eating too much Bad stuff and so. I learned it was obviously not was not the case and i learned after some time. The oh how important is to manage my diabetes and of course at that time i also neglected it a bit so it's kind of like a accepted it but then i still wasn't denial at times so then a couple years later. When i joined the team. I realized that i wasn't alone. Yeah i again. I think that's one of the really important things about what would fill is done with team. Novo nordisk is showing that. You're not alone. Because i mean it was. It was fairly tabu when i got diagnosed. I was twelve when i got diagnosed and there was one other girl on my school in until i had met toby. I didn't know any other type ones and so it was. It was certainly an isolating feeling but now joining team type one on swift. It's it the communities amazing and such a resource of knowledge on how to how to do anything to improve your your control and you know. I just think that's really really important for something that can be very isolating absolutely when i joined. I barely talked about my type. One diabetes diagnosis so we heard from media training. Obviously to you being careful what we said how he said it. You know we're not medical specialist. Doctors sharing her inspiration our story so yeah being able to talk about that was really hard. I remember being at team camp and Being put on the spot to do that and as remember crying leaving crying common mom. I don't know if i can do this. We're actually experiencing it and going to a school and some hospitals in unseen patients in just doctors just sharing our story. How incredible how important impactful that was just made me realize like wow this is this is actually really cool. Like i'm helping people. And i have a really great purpose on the bike as well and i love cycling. I did it since. I was eleven years old so just knowing not able to help people through the bike and chair. What's possible with other people and getting to do it. We loved the other is is awesome. Yeah andrew. I have a couple of causes that we've we use the bike to kinda either spread awareness or raise money for and and you know ones obviously the diabetes community but it's amazing the tool that the bike can beat it to spread your message. Whatever that message is you did a. We did a charity event out in columbus earlier this year and there It was smaller because code but there are still six thousand riders in the event and it was just really cool to see what you can do because you ride a bike. Yeah absolutely Places two and two thousand eleven. I went to wanda a team type one. The men were riding the stage of rwanda and the ambassadors and some of the writers and myself were were there to ride the stage every day before it. It was really hard as the known as the land thousand hills but it was so interesting because after each event we ended up in a different town and we were there to go to different.

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"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

03:23 min | Last month

"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"For cyclists by non pros. Let's get to it. Welcome to the show andy. Were super happy to have you especially before you. You had never to europe for some training but welcome to the fifty. Three thirty nine podcast. Thank you for having me nick andrew. Yeah we're super happy so we've got a couple of important questions we're gonna lead off with and we know we know. You're you're living in allentown currently but so the big question is sheets are wa wa wa talking to pittsburgh boy so we had to get that in but but the other important question we had was. Who's your dog. I posted many pictures with her on your website. And who issue. Yeah my fiance and i. We actually four animals. So but yeah. She's definitely my buddy. I enforce our to cuddle with me. Her name ruby. She's a forty wall and we also have a forty five to fifty pound small black. Lab's name as ru and then this is great. We have two cats seem kilo and so links in german means left and it also obviously means chain links rates cool. Yeah i saw one of the interviews you had in and she was on the couch behind. You like rolling around like yeah. That's my dogs because we have to pity mixes as well. They're the same thing always a character. It always always always. She's always when. I'm sitting here at my computer screen ordering things she's always nudging me. Oh for sure for sure my my to my office desk is set up down there when i work from home and like they'll just come in my my female will start whining shirley and then hank comes up and he starts pawn at me and he. He actually hurt twenty pause at you so i get it. They're su so needy. But i wouldn't be at home without him. The hard part about traveling for sure and my wife. And i've had that conversation quite a bit 'cause she's a cyclist to and it's hard to go on all day things when you've got the dog sitting at home not being able to go out and do their thing so yeah. That's certainly a challenge. But again we appreciate you coming on the show. And i know for me personally. I wanted to thank you for for all the work. Do for the younger diabetics in the world. It's you know it's really important to see. You know everything that team novo nordisk is doing to just spread the message and awareness of it and also that be that someone to look up to as you know younger diabetics. I know the first person i met. That was a type one diabetic when i was diagnosed was a a pittsburgh penguin named petersen and that was the first person that i had really meant and it it it changed a lot of what i thought was possible when things with diabetes. So i i. I i wanted to thank you for everything that you guys are doing. Thank you. I appreciate that and it's also have a fellow type one sorrier. Outnumbered here on. I was joking with andrew as joking with andrew because we i ride with teams on swift a lot. And there's obviously a mix of type ones and family type ones and you know when we're in the race gates everyone's always like how sugars sugar. The one of the guys on my team is not. He's like. I don't know how to answer that question but at least he knows. But you guys. I mean his his his daughters type one so he gets it but he's like he's like awkward. Silence wants rest meetings awesome. I've written on swift a couple of times in the winter. Although my training is very different. But yeah i love that community i have..

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"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

05:14 min | Last month

"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"It's not dead. I mean carbons awesome and some carbon bikes do have a little bit of personality and things like that but for me. I don't know. I could definitely go out and buy carbon bike tomorrow. I'm going to make because you can't really get them right now but you know. It's i like aluminum. I like the feel plus. I like a challenge. I guess. I like to make things inexplicably harder for no reason at all so of the century. Yeah i mean that's gone through the last week in the last week. One two weeks four weeks. Actually it's been three anyhow so that that's that's why reid aluminum it's got soul scott feeling in it. It's inanimate but whatever i like it it's yeah we all like what we'd like in anyhow. This next question is from super hard username to pronounce dave. And it's for you might be divey or are definitely from. I'm just gonna read what he wrote. Because he i think he phrased it pretty well. Actually nick what benefit can eleven speed. Give me over ten speed. Does one gear really make that much of a difference. Is it worth the cost of an upgrade. I write about four to five days a week. Indoors out mix of hills and flat routes a hill. Route is twelve hundred to twenty five hundred. I live in wheeling west virginia for reference. Thanks day. I love the fact that he was super. Yeah good question. Dave and quantifying your your information is yeah exactly so the short answer is like if you are writing the same range between an eleven and a ten speed. You're not gonna notice a huge difference because if you riding an eleven to thirty two rear cassette you've got the same exact ranches if you were ten speed or if you're eleven speed having said that if you're someone who's very particular about the cadence that you're writing and i know some people are gonna be like who's particular about cadence. Well they're injured both raising our hands. Hey sorry this is a podcast but if your particular no it's a good thing it's a podcast because they can't see are faces faces for radio invoices for tax but that's beside the point. That's my line stealing it. The one of the benefits to eleven speed over ten speed is the the jumps between gears are smaller for a more consistent period so on a ten speed block i think you're going to have consecutive one tooth jumps maybe five but on a on an eleven to you're gonna have a year and a five or six. Sorry i don't have the numbers off the top of my head. But it's it gives you a more consistent climbing up the cassette longer so you can keep a similar cadence longer if you're not particular about that the only other benefit is there's a lot more cheap eleven speed components there than there are ten speeds if you need confirmation of that just go to ebay or amazon versus ten speed and you'll find a ton of cheap eleven speed stuff and.

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"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

03:36 min | Last month

"nordisk" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"Does this michael way. Normal road position. Your body's like oh cool. Tt arab position do so. Yeah that's that's kind of been the extent. I need a ride more. I can tell my mental state needs a little bit of a boost and riding always. Does that for me. I know it does for you too. I wasn't gonna say anything. But you've been mopey crabby l. o. b. Yeah so yeah. Unfortunately not that much to talk about between the this episode in the last episode. Because like i said. I've been indoors and riding on on swift more but we do have more questions. Which is we do not go. Allies a little worried..

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"nordisk" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"nordisk" Discussed on 1A

"And cooling as we move our school buses to electric school districts will see savings that they can then reinvest in educational programming. But we need upfront investment from the federal government and from states to make it possible for those solar panels to be installed those new electric buses to be purchased. Now the commission breaks down its recommendations into four main areas. Mitigation adaptation education and equity. The report talks about turning schools into quote hubs of community resilience carlos. What do you mean by that. Well coming from south florida. That certainly means a lot to me. In south florida most of our schools or many of our schools are hurricane shelters. So what we wanna do is focus on the parts of the country where the impacts of climate change are already a reality and encourage investment so that schools can be protected from rising seas from extreme weather events and so that schools can be centers where people feel safe where people can go to when there is an emergency when there is a flooding event when a hurricane is approaching so this is about reducing emissions. But it's also about building in a more resilient way So that our schools number one are sustainable can continue existing where they are for for many decades to come and also so that they can be places of refuge when there's an extreme weather event or some other kind of danger. We're discussing the k. Twelve climate commission and how schools could educate their students to confront the climate challenges of the future. Remember to have your questions answered on future topics or to just let us know what you think. Tweet us at one eight. We'll be back with more from our guests in a moment this message comes from. npr sponsor. Novo nordisk most people think obesity is just a matter of willpower. But it's a biologically based serious disease with severe complications and decrease life expectancy. Novo nordisk is working to change how the world sees and manages obesity. The first step in turning the tide is recognizing that obesity is a disease all to help improve the lives of those who suffer from it and to remove the social stigma. More at about weight dot com. This message comes from capital one with the capital one venture card. You are an unlimited double miles on every purchase.

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"nordisk" Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"nordisk" Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

"A new agreement with novo Nordisk means Walmart is selling its own branded version of novolog. Real sense of fried for us at Walmart to hear the great feedback our pharmacists and pharmacy teams are very excited about the product and how they can help support patients. That's Michael Burke, director of brand pharmacy merchandising for Walmart. We'll talk about who can get this how much it costs. Why now? And what's next? This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your healthcare provider. Welcome to another week of the show, I am your host, Stacey Sims. And we aim to educate and inspire about diabetes with a focus on people who use insulin. My son was diagnosed right before he turned to back in 2006 and my husband.

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"nordisk" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

06:17 min | 2 months ago

"nordisk" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"It's it's more convenient. It's less intrusive and it creates a better relationship from me with my healthcare team now. I think that we've got a long way to go to gut there but that is sort of in my line my vision for how we can start to really address this rise of consumerism address. The expectations around convenience. I don't want to think about my health all the time. Because i'm now immediately surrounded by this technology that can catch us information and help coordinate the care that i need without me having to really even do a whole lot. It's such a challenging problem right. Many people are saying know. How healthcare is archaic technologically and from a consumer experience. But i think there's real aspects of regulation and complexity around including the doctors and the decision making and patients don't always have all the information necessary to make a decision that it just creates more complexity around how to design a world class experience but at the end of the day this is going to have a outsized impact an individual's life right if you amy when you solve this problem it's going to have a far greater impact and the you know the one click purchase on amazon through their website. And this is. This is really transformational. When i think it was really interesting to about this concept of portable health. Is that everybody's different. And so we mentioned you know the decision making peace when we when we think about digital technology. That's all about collecting data and there are people that are going to want to have that data so that they can use it for better decision making for their own personal reasons and then there are the people that they don't want the they don't wanna make the decisions but you can still capture it into your care team or give it to you. Give it to your doctor. Give it to your your son or daughter. That's helping you and let them make decisions. But the choice is yours. Because the connectivity is there and it's going to work for you based on when where and how you want to engage and that's the beauty of it and it's it's a big ask and it's certainly something i'm going to be able to solve on my own. It's going to be a lot of these players across ecosystem coming together and working together and kind of even displacing some of these sort of silo of business models that we have is really going to be an integrated sort of co creation and collaboration process to be very interesting to see how how come together absolutely interesting to say the least was going to be a very exciting less and so when you think kind of in the future for novo nordisk and from your perspective. How do you think this is going to transition. What are some of those integrated solutions that are going to have to be provided to really support the patient through their healthcare journey. And i think this is where again kind of like you know. It's not a one size fits all it's about you know. How do we create the connectivity that everybody can benefit from so an a lot of it in some ways an example i would give is not a future where we all live in a smart home or smart city and the environment in which we live is is connected to capture information about us from the time we wake up in the morning to the time we put her head down to go to sleep and then even why we're sleeping the environment around us is capturing information whether it's a wearable is an environmental sensor of some sort or robotic type of component or voice technology. But it's going to be a way to capture information across all these different sort of modalities that can then bring it all together and consolidated in a way. That's going to give a data picture of what's happening with me. And then you marry that up with potentially dna genetic information and your social factors the environmental which live and those aspects of who. I am as a person Again the social determinants of health and because those are miserable things that have an overwhelming influence on. You know your health your potential health outcome as well and so i kinda see it as this. This sort of connected world the challenges that are part of that those if collecting this data. You've got consider the the privacy elements the interoperability permissions. Those types of things as well. There's a long way to go there. And en- data very can be a very tricky tricky area because then it's like if if there's information is being collected how's it been used which is being used for me if i truly own my data and i'm w. access to it will. Am i going to charge you a fee for that because you are now using my information for these reasons or is it going to be you know the way it is now i as an individual in theory i dated but i have no way to monetize it or own that it's it's just kind of out there being used and we all certainly know that there's a lot of Sort of the various die of things where people are reaching data using it for for things that are going to cause problems. So there's a lot to be challenged there but i think over time as we advance this and the advancements are really growing exponentially will be able to get to this place that again that the information is going to be collected in a very convenient ambient ways that we're not having to take somebody actions and being so conscientious about what we're doing and then we can use that information fruit for different decision making whether it's health related or well his related or whatever you in this future that you're describing right now when data's ubiquitous there's an opportunity to prevent diseases from progressing to really focus in on those individuals and ensure that the right decision is being made to keep them out of the hospital to keep them from progressing too high cost specialty drug any thoughts on that and that transition yeah it's on whole notion of well-cared versus the care and or health versus to care and i definitely think that the industry is talking about a lot of prevention relaxed however the reality is the..

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"nordisk" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"nordisk" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Nordisk I helped manage the town. Id camps here. We have the professional team. And then we have our development team which is the team for the professional deem and we always are filling new spots. And so really. This is just a tryout camps to qualify for their development program and development team in years past. We've just had people apply to our website online and present to us their story and their their resume from there. They kind of just can see what their training is. And they upload training every month and we keep an eye on them through that it's been interesting actually through the whole cove experience that we've actually switched to an online platform through the suffer fest and we have Two virtual camps now and people qualify through our virtual camps in order to come to our physical and person camp. So it's it's it's kind of forced us to get with the program of of The virtual experience on the bike and through that whole whole experience has actually been pretty valuable because we really see how strong writers are. The virtual stuff is is great for finding a really strong and physically gifted athlete. But sometimes i think as everybody knows. That doesn't really translate the road. I think having the in person campus invaluable especially. Because i mean that's what we do we race on the road we've in in real life here and there's a lot more to it than just who's the strongest. There's a lot of tactic is involved. You have to be smart to know how to save your energy. It's not just a one hour effort on the trainer. It's it could be four five hour day five race. We have descent so you have to be able to handle your bike. If you're if you're trying to be a sprinter be able to handle the bike in the group and be and be physical and be aware the in person par is. I would say it's seventy five percent of everything that we need and it's actually interesting because sometimes we have some writers that their.

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"nordisk" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:29 min | 3 months ago

"nordisk" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Is going to be crosswinds was going to be any crosswinds but in the end the wind was all costs for one to come a lot. More cross hatch had in the important moments the most exposed of the race. And then yeah we got a bit more tailwind cross tail win the finished book. Fast line I did lose a little bit time. I broke a wheel. Front wheel saw taken out but didn't crush just before the big crash. i think. Yeah i was just chasing back on. Change the bike just after six k. Spreading in between the cars. And then yeah. There was the big pile up Between five and four case ago time by that coach Almost go back to that group with a few of the favorites felt good monitoring the all right kept drinking as much as i could take spots in the car. I stand the back of the neck. Every time the cobb for the cold war over my head just get used to write in in the heat like the eight degrees average temperature But a lot colder today Got some finish today. Loud wind on us. You are listening to kilometers zero by the sidelines. Podcast powered by super sapiens energy management for committed athletes and coaches. I'm daniel whole development program manager for team novo nordisk I helped manage the town. Id camps here. We have the professional team. And then we have our development team. Which is the team for the professional team and we always are filling new spots and so really this is just a tryout camps to qualify for their development program and development team in years past. We've just had people apply to our website online and present to us their story and their their resume from there. They kind of just can see what their training is. And they upload training every month and we keep an eye on them through that it's been interesting actually through the whole cove experience that we've actually switched to an online platform through the suffer fest and we have Two virtual camps now and people qualify through our virtual camps in order to come to our physical and person camp. So it's it's it's kind of forced us to get with the program of of The virtual experience on the bike and through that whole whole experience has actually been pretty valuable because we really see how strong writers are. The virtual stuff is is great for finding a really strong and physically gifted athlete. But sometimes i think as everybody knows. That doesn't really translate the road. I think having the in person campus invaluable especially. Because i mean that's what we do we race on the road race in in real life here and there's a lot more to it than just who's the strongest. There's a lot of tactic is involved. You have to be smart to know how to save your energy. It's not just a one hour effort on the trainer. It's it could be four five hour day five race. We have descent so you have to be able to handle your bike. If you're if you're trying to be a sprinter gabby able to handle the bike in the group and be and be physical and be aware. The person par is. I would say it's seventy five percent of everything that we need and It's actually interesting.

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Walmart Unveils Low-Cost Insulin for Diabetes Patients

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Walmart Unveils Low-Cost Insulin for Diabetes Patients

"Walmart says it's launched. Its own private brand of insulin. It says can offer lower cost option for people with diabetes. The company says its products will save consumers up the seventy five percent off the cash price of other brands. walmart still fell about a half percent. it's brands mind. By the way are going to be manufactured by novo nordisk. Shut up about a half

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Walmart to Launch Its Own Line of Insulin

Marketplace

00:17 sec | 5 months ago

Walmart to Launch Its Own Line of Insulin

"Its own private brand of insulin that it says is going to offer a lower cost option for people with diabetes. The company says its products will save consumers up to 75% off the cash price of other brands. Wal Mart still fell about a half percent. It's brands mind by the way are going to be manufactured by Novo Nordisk. They shot up about a half

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FDA Approves Obesity Drug That Helped People Cut Weight 15%

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

FDA Approves Obesity Drug That Helped People Cut Weight 15%

"Federal regulators are proving a version of a popular diabetes drug to help people lose weight the food and drug administration approved a self administered injection called we go be for long term weight management it's a higher dose version of semaglutide which is used for diabetes made by novo Nordisk company funded studies found that people taking we go be lost about fifteen percent of their weight that's five times more than those taking a placebo and researchers feel it's safer than many other obesity drugs although it can cause stomach upset angry as inflammation and carries a risk of a type of thyroid tumor more than one hundred million Americans about one in every three are obese I'm Jackie Quinn

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Finding Your Compassionate Heart

Now For Tomorrow with Deepak Chopra

04:42 min | 1 year ago

Finding Your Compassionate Heart

"Hello I'm Deepak Chopra and this is now for tomorrow. Collection of actions you can do now during this time of change to make tomorrow better. To name one to to take a moment to nurture your heart. The ideal state of heart, which is your emotional core. Is Loving and compassionate. This isn't just spiritual idea. When you're saying by love and feel compassion for others. You become part of a constant give and take. The physiologists who call a feedback loop? That goes from your heart to every cell in your body. To everyone you in gone to. We've all been taught since childhood. That love is like a gift that someone else bestows. Anew. And only if you find this magical person, you will be happy. But self care has entered our lives in recent years. Ceska gives you the responsibility to create the wellness you want to enjoy for the rest of your life. No one else can do it for you. and. Months you really catch on says is a wonderful discovery. Why Linger in hope that someone else will make you better happier and more fulfilled. Those things come to only when you enter the process of giving and receiving. Then you'll find that people are source love and compassion because you're radiating those qualities. This is a case where suffering in silence doesn't work. nordisk complaining in matters of the heart, the squeaky wheel doesn't get the grease. The key to filling your heart with love and compassion is to make these your personal goals which you will attain on your own non just healing but a sense of personal power will come to you. What you can do today and every day. is to mind yourself that love and compassion are already dead and sparked of your inner life. Once you're done listening, take out a piece of paper. Take a moment to quite time alone and put your attention on your heart. Think of loving image or memory and write down. Continue to meditate on these lobbing images and memories until you're feeling of love really deepens. Don't force things and don't mind if your attention wanders. Just bring it back to the people you love. And they don't have to be real even characters in books and movies generate love. So do beloved pets whose love is often the purest and most innocent anyone experiences. As, you have this experience of love in your heart, give it to yourself. There did expand to fill your body in a flow of lights warm affectionate sensation. You will feel light and luminous everywhere. Because, you're actually experiencing your hearts most natural state. It takes effort and years a bad feeling to harden your heart. The, heart resist this hardening and takes every opportunity. To return to a soft open. Loving. That's why many people including the normally tough-minded. Feel it is safe to grind dark of a movie theater where no one is watching or observing you. The second part of the experience is to find compassion in your heart. which begins with kindness. When you seen the news or in your daily life someone who is suffering. Take a moment and let your heart go out to them. Don't dwell on the sadness and suffering. Instead, see this person with kindness. Let Yourself, understand and empathize. Ask yourself how you can help and be a part of healing the situation either through direct actions in the moment support from a distance through financial support. Or lending your voice to others. If you practice every day at feeling love and compassion in a heart, a change will occur. Instead of experiencing love and compassion privately. which for almost everyone safer than reaching out, you will meet a moment when very naturally, you will say or do something that gives you love and kindness to someone else. That this overflow arrive on its own. Just had the intention. Once you feel safe enough to be a source of loving compassion for others.

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"nordisk" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:47 min | 1 year ago

"nordisk" Discussed on AP News

"Diabetes patients struggling to afford insulin especially those affected by the corona virus pandemic can get it at sharply reduced prices or even for free all top 3 insulin makers are now offering programs to help U. S. patients stay on their medication novo Nordisk announced a program offering free insulation for at least 3 months for those who've lost insurance reflecting what the company says is an economic situation that's changed dramatically in the last few weeks rival drugmaker Eli Lilly began offering most of it's insolence for $35 monthly copay with or without private insurance drugmakers and nobody has a patient connection program and co pay assistance that lets most patients with private insurance get insulin for free or $10 a month I'm Jennifer king

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"nordisk" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:28 min | 1 year ago

"nordisk" Discussed on AP News

"Top 3 insulin makers are now offering programs to help U. S. patients stay on their medication novo Nordisk announced a program offering free insulation for at least 3 months for those who've lost insurance reflecting what the company says is an economic situation that's changed dramatically in the last few weeks rival drugmaker Eli Lilly began offering most of it's insolence for $35 monthly copay with or without private insurance drugmakers and nobody has a patient connection program and co pay assistance that lets most patients with private insurance get insulin for free or $10 a month I'm Jennifer king

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"nordisk" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"nordisk" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I have to help them find a way to find insulin. She says she has a good job in good insurance, but still has foregone car repairs and doesn't take vacations because she spent so much on our own medication. A recent study by researchers at Yale found that about a quarter of people with diabetes skip doses or use less than prescribed to save money. Kasha Lipsky is a research professor at Yale's medical school. She told the lawmakers that drug companies are using insulin to boost profits not come up with better drugs. I'll just go back to this vial of insulin. This is the same stuff, right? This is the same insulin. That's been around since one thousand nine hundred six nothing has changed except the price express. Scripts says the twenty five dollars copay plan won't apply to patients who have government sponsored insurance like Medicare or Medicaid. It'll be available to consumers whose insurance companies opt in and it covers insulin made by Lilly and Novo Nordisk two of the biggest insulin makers in the world. Alison, kodjak, NPR news. We should note. Both Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk have been NPR financial supporters in the past insulin. Made by the pharmaceutical companies sent a fee will also be covered under this plan. It's NPR news and the seven twenty nine we get another look at the commute.

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Under Pressure, Eli Lilly Announces a Cheaper Insulin

Business Wars Daily

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Under Pressure, Eli Lilly Announces a Cheaper Insulin

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business worse. Daily on this Monday. March eleven big news from big pharma last week, drug company, ally Lillian ounce. It will release a generic form of its brand named insulin. The list price of the new generic drug will be one hundred thirty seven dollars per vial. That's half the list price of its brand name version humilate the move comes following years of panic and outrage of the escalating price of insulin on which diabetics rely for daily symptom management. Insulin was first discovered as a treatment for diabetic patients more than one hundred years ago, when ally lily I introduced its brand name version of the drug in the mid nineties, a vile cost only twenty one dollars today the list price of a single violence about three hundred dollars the sky, high prices of lead one in four patients to ration their insulin, which can lead to illness and can be fatal rationing is the suspected cause of several recent deaths. The rapid price increases have inspired. Several lawsuits against ally lily, and it's two primary competitors Novo, Nordisk and snow. Their prices are just as high along with taking legal action. Some patients have taken to protesting outside ally lillies corporate headquarters, even with private insurance the cost of necessary, insulin can reach to more than a thousand dollars a month. But recent studies show that it only costs a few dollars to make one of those vials patients have responded to ally lillies announcement with cynicism arguing that it's simply a public relations ploy and one Senator pointed out that the company charges only thirty eight dollars for violet Huma, log in Canada. Eh production time Novo Nordisk had not announced any changes to their pricing model. According to the trade publication modern healthcare one vial of its brand name insulin. Now costs more than five hundred dollars. If ally lillies announcement is any indication pharmaceutical companies are trying to ward off more bad publicity. Ally. Lily may also be trying to get ahead of potential regulations which could have a ripple effect on all drug pricing. Some experts say lillies cheaper generic may not make much of a difference because of the Byzantine structure of the American healthcare system, the savings may not reach the people who need it. The most the patients. From wondering this business wars daily, if our show makes you think share it with a friend would word of mouth is the best way for us to grow. I'm David Brown. We'll be back with Tamar. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Well, now there's a better way to ship sent pro online by Pitney Bowes with central online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments. And check this out USPS postal rates increased back on January twenty seventh. But with sent pro online, you can still access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter you send central online is only fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PB dot com slash BW daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help you weigh your packages and accurately calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com. Lash BW daily and thanks to Pitney Bowes and central online for sponsoring the show.

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"nordisk" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"nordisk" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Right? And a bit of a mutiny. Oh, gosh. I don't know they let a lot of people go and then finally the editorial board actually came out with an editorial in opposition to their own and they fired the Oriel board. I mean, it got bloody out there. So all right. Elsewhere our friends at at Expedia doing well shares jumped after the online travel agent forecast profit that topped expectations the company reported better than expected quarterly results. Earnings were better revenue in line. But still the growth of expedience home rental service slowed apparently revenue from home away. Only rose twenty percent. The slowest rate this year twenty four is that all that's all. That's it. That's it. All right. Big pharma big pharma is doing I guess less research into diabetes. Yeah. They're getting away from it. They're rushing into cutting edge. Jim Yoon system technologies for cancer and DNA flaws, but big names like Sanofi Novo Nordisk, which is the biggest maker of diabetes drugs. They're all kind of moving away from the disease. In fact, Sanofi says, it's it's accelerating seventeen programs a lot and cancer. But it's dropping at least two in diabetes. Novo Nordisk has moved into new territories like obesity and liver disease and kind of moved away again from diabetes. Yeah. The number one killer. I think of. Being cancer. I think so number one cancer. I would make sense though, is something that it's it's everywhere. It's pervasive. And it can be prevented getting worse because people keep getting bigger. Yes. True. All right futures lower SNP down fourteen NASDAQ down fifty five from the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. All right. It's about eight eleven it's a Friday morning at seven hundred wwl w we have the green new deal coming our.

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"nordisk" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"nordisk" Discussed on WCPT 820

"So no fee increase the price of its three main insulin and brands by between four point four and five point two percent. Last week Novo Nordisk increase the price of its insulin products. Just under five percent now. People are already rationing their own insulin. We've interviewed a mother whose son died because he couldn't afford his own insulin. There are more than one million people in this country with type one diabetes all of whom need insulin to stay alive, but it has become wildly expensive. And just as happened this month, by some magical mystery these Corp. Perations of raise their prices together. By nearly the same exact amount. And it exactly the same time. Now, of course, it is in question and said, oh, you know, that I know that the government knows that it is illegal to conspire on price-fixing. And that is precisely what all the evidence suggests has been taking place here for a long time. So why are we tolerating this? If terrorists were killing Americans this way by poisoning them by denying them life saving medication we would act forcefully improperly. These people have no right to take a publicly created product and exploited and crew collude on prices the way, they're doing at the result with the result of Americans dying. It's time to take bold action on insulin and all drugs, so that profiteering is out of the picture and the public's well-being. Is paramount. Let's act now. Hello, everybody. This is Richard RJ s cow from Missouri. Our, you know, there are a lot of myths out there about social security, and they're out there for a reason to make you think it's a good idea to slash the benefits you already earned. Here's the truth. Social security has its own special source of revenue politicians who say it's driving up. The deficit are lying social security camps right up the deficit because it doesn't contribute to the deficit. In fact, it's forbidden by law from contributing to the overall deficit, and it's currently holding more than two point seven trillion dollars in surplus..

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Euro rally analysis and global currencies

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Euro rally analysis and global currencies

"A surprise to our meeting on saturday with kim in a bid to keep the summits on track asia markets relatively steady on the back of that news to pan closed up about one tenth of a percent with the nikkei that the hang seng index carney up about six tenths of a percent whereas the shanghai called has been losing a bit of ground in the past hour down about three tenths of sent at the moment we're also keeping keanae on currencies today in particular the euro which has been rallying this morning after the italian president rejected the populist choice for a year skeptic candidate as a finance minister said your mozzarella's saying this is for the good of the country euro dollar currently up about half a percent euroyen harbor down about six tenths of upset sterling however up about two tenths of a percent also do keep an eye on the leyritz extending gains two point two percent against the dollar also the indonesian rupee rupiahs climbing it's speculation of another interest rate hike by the central bank they're also keep an eye on commodities in particular brands and wgla crude both again extending losses wti down around sixty six dollars a barrel this off to saudi arabia and russia proposed easing output cubs often eliminating that inventory samples at sparked the biggest price crash in a generation now you're off today told the markets that was a bloomberg business flash let's get back to some more of our holiday programming where we're taking a closer look at this policy earning season in particular healthcare store stocks have gained quite significantly this past quarter amid a flurry of deal making notable moves includes nafie outbidding rival novo nordisk by ab links for four point eight billion dollars japan's takeda pharmaceutical meanwhile had to put in five bids before securing a sixty two billion dollar deal for drug shire in germany meanwhile pharma and seeds company by is still pushing to close its sixty six billion dollar purchase of agra chemical firm monsanto to lots going on in that sector now see a van of bowman spoke to daybreak europe anchors guy johnson and matt miller as by a cut its forecast for the year citing currency effects i'm happy to.

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