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"pharmacy school" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"To Stop the spread coronavirus. So they told people this and they really adamant about this in the beginning, and now suddenly it'll change and people are going. It doesn't make sense when things that makes sense for human you look deeper and when people look down in a have his time in the hands unequivocally the Internet at their disposal, they're going to keep looking and looking so. If I'm going to say they've messed up. Absolutely, is there a demographic that you're seeing is stronger than others? Is it mostly young? People are middle aged or older? At these rallies and the people that are talking to you. In, the UK who's driving A. Really as to say that it's so diverse. That's all ages races everyone everyone is seeing that this isn't bright people with children watch marketable to. Mike, at Family Day out that people bring the parents. Everyone, is in the same in. I think that's The really great thing is. The whole saying of. Divided we fall together we stand and that has never been more than is now you know the government trying for the whole race car, we're not today it's not people ask people it's office and people are just starting to click the. Them trying to turn off against each other. Now, you have three children yourself how much. Does being mother away into this for you and your commitment to the work that you're doing. Massively, they are the driving force for me. That like I switch. There's no way that I can say to them in ten, fifteen, twenty s time. The I did nothing just sat behind my screen shed posts. That's that's not enough for me because twentieth time as I don't say could be forced to wear masks just to go outside they could be forced to vaccinate against the WHO so much worse and I I can't. I can't tell them that I did absolutely nothing to stop it a need them tonight the I went down for acting and evening went give up. You know in America we have. Laws of freedom of speech and things. I don't know what the laws are in the UK. But are you concerned at all about your legal rights standing up speaking the way you are on a microphone? In. England, are you afraid for your safety at all or that you might be arrested? I'm not. Being, arrested I I honestly believe I mean I know few people dying but I think leasing system is actually relatively goods here I mean, oh, the case expect to the protests for friendly. Logjam said if they weren't working that day, there'd be on our side. I asked a couple of them. The question of you know if it comes to forcibly vaccinating people or forcing people to do things against their will which is harmful to them, which Saudi food on and every single one of them said, they will protect themselves and their families. First job doesn't even come into it, which gave me right hype that they do have rose, and as people they know about human rights but the whole freedom of speech thing. Just, down the drain I mean, as you can see, people get sensible time freedom of speech doesn't stop. It's as soon as you mentioned anything that Can Pharmacy School Company at home or media company than shut down straight away. I'd be lying if I said Faith. My safety is have had a few concerning himself of recently, but it's expected and that's what's consigning. The is now the new the if you speak out against these corporations that you are expected to be faithful and that's that's Arisen Question really for you. What is your dream and hope for the future? What are you hoping this work that you're doing? What are you hoping you're going to see. What's the plan. That is normal democracy like A. Dictatorship at the moment they're saying about you know how there's a democracy on paper vite voting means nothing I mean it'd be great if actually did actually matter. But if it did matter and it didn't count, they wouldn't be. So I. Hope to go the in ten years time. We don't have to be purchased. We don't have to be starting out. We don't have to be making noise. Everyone talks about the new normal woman. We deserve. The right to live life. As as we knew it, we don't want to be false to vaccinate children poisons. We would be forced to mosques we have the right to free oxygen. We have the right to go into your friends and family. We have the right to live our life without a government or pharmaceutical company dictating will kind of compensate. He of see if we kind of go twelve, they've now made that sixty percent of the UK relying on the government for their income. I mean. That's only. L. You're incredibly brave your well-spoken. I'm so impressed Can I ask you? Would you be interested in being a boot on the ground maybe reporter for us and England, keep us up to date on what's happening there because I think we're all in this together and it's very, very important to see that here in America. We're not alone that our brothers and sisters in the UK and Germany all around the world are involved in this. So I hope you'll stay in touch with US and keep us up to date on what's going on. Yeah, right. Thank you. Awesome Elliot Good Luck. Strong you're doing amazing work out. There is a pleasure. Wow, i. mean is that amazing? Right young people rise the up and saying that it's everywhere raised. It doesn't matter your race, your age, your creed your religious believes people have had it. They realize they've been hoodwinked and they're stepping up. To do something about it so much more to talk about and celebrate. But first, let's get a look at the week in review. It's that time it's time for the Jackson report. All Right Jeffrey, what do you got for this week? Well, wait so I see what I have for you this week Forbes. Let's go back to Forbes got a.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on Transcaster Radio
"Married for about six months by that point. And she. And I have been trying to watch criminal minds from the very beginning. And it's not that I don't like the show. I actually do like the show, but I just have struggled early hard sitting down for very long that I feel like I'm not being productive. That's why I took on this project for a pride series. Because I normally only put on episode every two weeks because I do work a fulltime job on top of it plus I. Do some volunteer work. Work and now I'm doing one episode day for the month of June so I definitely must have been a little crazy to an end, but you know people ask me all the time. Why did you start the podcast and I started because I had nothing to do. My Wife Is Pharmacy School. She literally is doing it sixty seventy hours a week. it's a fulltime plus commitment and. It, it definitely has given me some stuff to do. on top of a one board I am on for a nonprofit, but unlike you I I can't sit still self. I got the same problem. She's finally got me to sit down. Insists get through supernatural which she's thrilled about. All right, so let's get onto our topic today. Which is about pride? So, what does pride mean to you? tried means to me is being able to take. Probably less favourable favorable events in not only are past, but our communities passed to keep ourselves reminder as why we're so visible. And why it's so important! Elements pretty much to me, but you know there have been different types of prides that I was I was also involved in the letter Kennedy when I was in south Florida, and there was a different sense of pride there, and through them I was able to gain a sense of authenticity in kind of like catapulted I transition. So seeing that type of you know pride in your community. Pride in your friends brandon in yourselves it makes gives you a sense of purpose. And you kind of get a little bit self love knowing that you're not alone. What are your thoughts on pride events? When.
Q&A: How can I sell flash cards to pharmacy students?
"Hi Chris my name is Noor. I've been watching side hustles. Cool since late two thousand seventeen my side. Hustle is farm accused which is a set of flash cards that use the monarchs picture pictures to make it easier to memorize Generic drug names. I have them up on. Se for now just to test the waters. My question for you is how do I find market to a very specific and small audience. My products really only is perform seen pharmacy technician students. And it's a lot harder than I thought it would be defined interested people. Do you have any advice. Thank you so so much by all right thank you so much. I'm so glad you're out there. I actually think this is a really interesting project with with some real potential. I really like the targeted focus. In other words it reminds me of a story we did long ago. This was episode one thirty seven one three seven about a guy named Mike Bank think of it. He's actually one of our writers now but he wasn't at the time and in one of his other projects he created a course on learning anatomy for Pre Med students and it turned into a long-term passive of income source where for years he would earn anywhere between seven hundred thousand dollars a month without doing a lot. Now if I recall correctly that project also featured a lot of new monarchs pictures just like Norris Project now of course in her story. She's not finding initial success. So what we have here is an interesting in presumably helpful product in search of its market. So let's look at each of those things. First of all. I would get some feedback on the cards themselves. Like let's assume that nor has some background field. That was my sense from listening to the question or at least she knows some people in this field so I would make sure that this study aid really is helpful to them going. Get some real feedback from the pharmacy and Pharmacy Tech Students. You make any changes or tweaks wchs and once you feel confident in its value. Then you focus your time on finding where the target audience might look for study aids and on that topic. My sense is that she's not looking in the right place ace because where do pharmacy and pharmacy tech students hanging out online. Well I don't know for sure but I'm guessing it's not and nothing wrong with using Z or any other platform to test. The waters was just like she said. But if you really want to find these students I would imagine that there are two sources to places where students might be attracted to this particular resource the first first one is specific forums or resource sites four pharmacists or pharmacy students. Exactly what those are but in just about every field there is some sort forum some sort of message board. There's usually multiple ones they might be facebook groups or slack groups or independent forums. Up there has to be something out there. That's the first source. The second second one is just through general web browsing because again I don't think people go to SC and look for something like this. But I would imagine that somebody who's in pharmacy school might search on Google for pharmacy study eight or generic drug memorization guide. which is exactly what Nora selling? Now what comes up when you search for those terms. That's the kind of research I would do. It is possible to go and look at tools where you see how many people are searching for this particular search phrase and then of course you look at the results and see okay what are the other sites ranking for that. I think that's that's the path to go down and nor needs to be ranking for these terms in search engine results or at least let's say would help a lot if she did because over time it could bring her free targeted traffic. Bring your free traffic. That is exactly the kind of person that she's trying to reach and it would be much better for her website to be ranking rather than just an page or something else on another platform so so those are my suggestions. I let's make sure the product is solid as judged by the intended audience. And then look at getting away from other platforms into a more direct source of reaching this audience. It's
"pharmacy school" Discussed on PRI's The World
"We went down into their laboratory and now they're running experiments on both the weed that they're growing and the weed that they got from the cops and it was there that i met the dean of the pharmacy school and he took me to see his stash in his laboratory. The cannabis raw material must be kept safe and street. This is the cannabis that we got from government government about forty kilograms forty kilograms. That's about eighty pounds not insignificant. Although from some of the pictures you took some of that cannabis looks like wet spinach. What are they doing with all this yet. I think in high school we would have called a dirt weed big. You know brown bricks of we'd wrapped in cellophane. That's what the scientists had and they're also using the stuff that they grow themselves and they're trying to make stuff out of it that they can give to patients and i should say most most of the we that they got from the cops was not useable because it has pesticides and toxins and heavy metals in it. This is all medical use so the people ingesting testing. It are going to be sick so it has to be very high quality. There's five illnesses allowed for cannabis treatment in thailand chemotherapy recovery multiple sclerosis epilepsy alexi so pretty serious conditions. The idea at this point is the doctor is not just gonna give you a spliff and say have fun. The doctor will give you something that's prescription. That's nonsmoke- -able that has t._h._c. in it so in that laboratory they're experimenting and playing around and making up their own t._h._c. recipes ps. I saw that they had made massage oils that you rub into your stomach. I saw some subtle little wafer cookie thing that they were making a t._h._c. nasal spray but by far my favorite was this herbal powder using locally grown ingredients and there's a researcher i met there. She was very proud to show off her <music> own recipe flavorful powder. These recipe is composed of pogo medicine as back pepper ginger and cannabis cannabis leave so she says moore as herbal medicine of black pepper ginger cannabis. What's that gonna make and where's she getting this recipe from. I think she made it up. There's there's actually three types of pepper in her mixture. It actually made me fall in love with thailand all over again. They're putting pepper in the garden so ty it she's doing that because she's trying to come up with something that will appeal to the thai market sick people taking this will be tie so it has to taste good in fact. There's one ingredients ingredients. You didn't mention she wants people to mix this powdery stuff with coconut oil to enhance the flavor so i asked her what that would taste like demilio the chad bed nikon capping power to highlight tat home one happened nam indata kim guadagno tat. She just said there. If you mix it with coconut coconut oil it will be floral and sweet or if you mix it with pomegranate juice. It will be more bitter. Help us understand though what attitudes change within the thai the government that they they said we're gonna stop fighting marijuana at least for medicinal purposes in an embrace it. It's interesting. America has been an influence in the past because of its global war on on drugs now. American states are an influence there inspired by what's happening in places like colorado and california and all these other u._s. states. I can't even keep track anymore. That have legalized medicinal marijuana and they're following suit. It just really feels like the stigma is lifting not just in thailand and but starting to happen in another few asian countries as well and also i think long term they're thinking some money can be made from this as well so so when will people be actually able to go to the pharmacy and purchasing consume marijuana edibles for medicinal use that <hes> black pepper ginger and cannabis leaf leave powder. I think it's gonna be a while because they don't have enough marijuana for mass production tie officials. Keep calling this transition period where the public will get used to it it and the ramp up supply but there is this real excitement in the air. There's a scientist..
"pharmacy school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Ever. Through pharmacy school. We had all these Lisa call them just remedies in and of course, can have always were. Here's something. Interesting. Nineteen o six company of Bayer. Brought their new drug out called aspirin. Okay. That was their first big products product, and guess who their major competitor was cannabis. How about that? We knew about the for pain for sleep and all that. And it's been ignored but boys coming back bigger than ever. Now bear Batman Santa when I bet they're kicking themselves. They better have a big checkbook because I just saw the journals another one another one of those eleven thousand of them sitting out there lawsuits. Yeah. That's county. So who knows what's going to happen? We go next to Duluth Minnesota where it gets very cold in the winter. Hi, cathy. Go ahead. I'm a very long listeners yards. I enjoy your show so much. Thank you. I have a stretch threaten, and it should be pink white and as causing me a lot of blurry us, and I don't wanna go to an assisted living. What can I do to get a bounce backs? Gotta stretched retina Earl. I'm not a physician Ramallah gist. I think you should go to a clinic. You're not too far away from Minnesota clinic. That has the specialist. So I I really can't answer that question. You listen on Katie. I. I do. Remember, Katie Duluth, Minnesota longtime ago still there? Anyway. Yeah. And there's some supplements you can take good. Luton? I'm practicing medicine. Now know you're in you're not they need something something like that you need professional help and go to someone who has a lot of experience. I mean, you know, my feeling is if you have a problem find someone that can help you. I remember a hockey player in the Detroit Red wing era when I was down there. Hetty detached retina, they operated on him by turning him upside down. They hung him. Like a piece of meat upside down in operated on him that way, and I guess they had to do that because of pressure or something. Fortunately, some I feel so I try there's enough things that I talk about that. I know about that. I want people I want people to start realizing that we are focusing on sickness in this country, and we're lowering health we've got to turn that around. I still have your vitamin bible book from twenty seven years ago. Mazing truly amazing in that came out in paperback to isn't it? Yes. Actually. January first that's the one I have one gave out in paperback, and it was selling fifty thousand copies a week. What did you do for promotion or dinner? Just you did was on. I used to do twenty thirty shows a week. Did you TV shows too TV radio those as newspaper there wasn't any web? But I still think radio is the way to go. The people who listen are also readers, and they really care. I mean, unfortunately, television, you get maybe three or four minutes, and you know, boom there. I don't have a website for you. So you just on Facebook. I have a doctor Roman Dell dot com, okay? The Mandel Health Minute dot com. I do blogging. I tried to keep people up to date on all the news that they're not kidding. Because let's be realistic. Most of the media now is controlled by the drug companies the sponsors. So they're not gonna put things on there. That are not patentable etcetera. True. Good point stay with us, or we're gonna come back and take final phone calls in just a moment with Dr Earl Mundell. I remember interviewing him back in Saint Louis in nineteen ninety six. Gosh, it seems like yesterday, but it wasn't anyways. We'll come back in a moment. Plus, then I'll tell you. What's in store for the next couple hours as we talk about chasing American monsters krypton, but Irwin Dell and the rest of your calls next on coast to coast AM the free coasts zone. Email newsletter is sent out six days a week. And is a great way to keep up on all things coast with detailed program. Recaps. The fascinating today in strangeness listing upcoming guest info and weekly free. Audio clips it's a must have for coast fans. Look for the free sign up on the coast to coast AM dot com homepage. From the twenty four seven digital news center. I'm Megan McGaw, his MRs NewsRadio campy K an eighteen year old Marysville man, and a seventeen year old teenager accused of murdering Idaho where rounded up earlier this week by Yuba county sheriff's deputies. Authorities say Justin alpha.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Ever. Eight through pharmacy school. We had all these Lisa, call them just remedies. And of course, could have annoys were. Here's something. Interesting. Nineteen o six company. Bayer brought your new drug out called aspirin. Okay. That was their first big products frisbee product, and guess who their major competitor was cannabis. How about we knew about the for pain for sweeping all that? And it's been ignored. But boy it's coming back bigger than ever. Now bear Batman Santa when I bet they're kicking themselves. They better have a big checkbook because I just saw the journal another one eleven thousand of them sitting out there lawsuits. Yeah. That's county. So who knows what's going to happen? We go next to Duluth Minnesota where it gets very cold in the winter. Hi, cathy. Go ahead. I'm a very long listeners yards. I enjoy a show so much. Thank you. I have a stretch threaten, and it should be pink white. And as Pasi me a lot of blurring us, and I don't wanna go to an assisted living. What can I do to get a bounce backs? Gotta stretched retina Earl. Well, once again, I'm not a physician. I think you should go to a clinic. You're not too far away from Minnesota clinic that has the specialists, so I I really can't answer that question. I listen on K D A. Oh, I do remember Katie L is in Duluth Minnesota longtime ago still there anyway. Yeah. And there's some supplements you can take that are good. Lieutenants. Practicing medicine now. Now, you're in you're not they need something something like that you need professional help. And they go to someone who has a lot of experience. I mean, you know, my feeling is if you have a problem find someone that can help you. I remember a hockey player in the Detroit Red wing era when I was down there. Hetty detached retina. Okay, they operated on him by turning him upside down, they hung him. Like a piece of meat upside down in operated on him that way, and I guess they had to do that because of pressure or something they need. Fortunately, I am. I feel so I try there's enough things that I talk about that. I know about that. I want people I want people to start realizing that we are focusing on sickness in this country. And we're hearing health we got to turn that around. I still have your vitamin bible book from twenty seven years ago. Mazing truly amazing in that came out in paperback to didn't it. Yes. Actually. January first that's the one I have one came out in favour back, and it was selling fifty thousand copies a week. What did you do for promotion.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on Food for Thought
"This nutrition lifestyle thing as seriously, perhaps as you are in a few of your friends and colleagues, why do you think there's still a bit of a I don't know of? Electins to join in on this. I think it's a great question. I think about this a lot. I'd have to say that first of all we're not taught any of the stuff. Yeah. Yes. Less than six hours nutrition. Want to talk about movement, sleep, science or stress science. I recall any of that Slough. Right. And so therefore if it's not on your radar? You don't give any attention. That's that's humilate check. Well, right. So that's all we are very much trying to pharmacy school model of care. So that for all parts, he will always be that until education changes. I think education worked twenty thirty years ago because I think the bulk of the conditions. We used to say were acute problems that responded pretty well to our magic bullet interventions. The problem now is the health landscape of the UK's chain. So the bulk of what we're now seeing in my opinion is chronic conditions. The odd driven by. Our collective modern lifestyles. I'm not putting blame on people because I get that. It's very hard to live healthy lifestyle in the world. That would come people grow up. Now like you said in the world we'd have now there's lots of different times thrown around. It's not the same Frederick an abusive genyk environmental environments that don't encourage movement. They, you know, everything's on our doorstep people my wake up drive to work at Donald day drive home. And then when you're at work, let's say the vending machine is the only access to food. That's there if you haven't been organized that day or you can get as a chocolate bar or kind of coke. And then you're not sleeping because he bosses thrown a deadline on you. So that's a classic person's day. I'm sure listening. We've all had days like that. It's the only thing. We're not talking about say most doctors who are showing an interest in this area all of them, but most of them have had a personal experience of some sorts. Whether it's our own health or family members health, which is full sense, go wait a minute is something else. I could be doing. And we've got to move it from being just people who are interested in it to being the whole medical profession. This course, I run. We've trained four hundred bucks this year, the hoping to do maybe seven hundred fifty and sorry, we that was in last year this year, we're happens try and seven hundred fifty dollars. We've got one course at the end of January. It's already pretty much sold out. There was such a thirst four. It's from healthcare professionals dot says, and you know, what I mean straight after this meeting, I'm going to Westminster to meet the special adviser to the health secretary. And I'm gonna I'm gonna talk to him and see they've invited me and want to hear about the work. I want to tell them about this stuff. And I really feel that we can wear the help save the NHS a lot of pressure off, the NHS and more and more importantly, get people feeling better. Well, this is the thing. I think like you say when they feel better the happier. They're more likely to adopt healthy behaviors. And I think a lot of it is obviously, psychological psychological, interventions that need to be waving alongside the whole lifestyle thing. It encompasses one big massive circle. Doesn't it is one big hole picture with my? Related diseases. I mean, you've said diabetes heart disease is costing me NHS around twenty billion a year. But, but we'll just say that when we talk about lifestyle, I won't talk about talk to diabetes and talks about obesity. I get that. There's more like you say, but there's more there's even things like so many headaches can be..
"pharmacy school" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"So the same thing goes with surgeons chiropractors, whatever else like I think, it's ludicrous to suggest to go see a certain profession without knowing that person's background seeing some of their testimonials, and then maybe even having a sit down concept and making sure that you guys are on the pre quits. The same. You know, vibe like everybody has a different set of values that they need, and that may have to do with religious overtones that may have to do with, you know, age all those kind of things so not everybody's a good fit for everybody. And we're not the right for everybody. Either. As you could tell our treatments or sort of intense. And so there are some people that that that's not gonna be for them. So we wanna do is have a network of people to be can refer them to other people ZIM thing with other types of stuff. Like, I could do attrition, right? Like, I have a master's degree in exercise. But I know that there are people that are more experts in those fields. I'm the soft tissue muscular-skeletal by mechanics guy. So instead of trying to do all those things that have selling supplements, and all this other kind we want to be really good. We want to be good at musculoskeletal care. And if we needed to refer other things we want to have a network of great individuals at least locally that we can send to right is it hard to become a chiropractor. Yes. And no. So when you look at the statistics you have to have a bachelor's degree to get in. So you need four years of undergrad. I you need premed, you know, BioChem all that other kind of stuff. So the admission rate to most car practical, which is somewhere around forty four percent. So it's easier to get into then pharmacy school or medical school for sure and that make sense, right? The amount of liability and all those things go along with that makes perfect sense. The actual curriculum in. Here's some background chiropractic, which is interesting. So the profession was founded in eighteen ninety five again, we're at a pre scientific era. So we're talking post civil war. We were medicine was treating people with castor. And and, you know, mercury and we were bleeding people's the ideas out there were not very good anywhere. So some of the original chiropractic, ideas were sort of pseudoscientific heard Joe Rogan talk about so, you know, but if we're going to criticize the origins of psychiatry or medicine or whatever else, the origin of everything is kinda stupid because this is a presented gauge? So what was going on? They had something called the. Flexner report. So there was a a reorganization of medicine in the nineteen teens. So what happened was they were trying to eliminate all forms of what they called quackery. So that included osteopaths who are now medical doctors that included chiropractors in lots of other fields of medicine, magnetic healing was really big around that time AT still who's the founder roster up if he was also into magnetic healing, which by the way, of course, there are some nuances to that as well. Like, we said now, we know that leeches can help with wound care, we know that magnets can be useful MRI's, but sometimes their ideas are often the beginning, it seems to be the case with most of the professions. So the AMA put out a smear campaign to try to eliminate car practic because they chose not to join the system the osteopaths chose to join the system. And so now, they're sensually medical doctors prescribe and as a result. There was action. Antitrust lawsuit case was settled in nineteen eighty two called the Wilk ace and the AMA the American Medical Association and the kademi of surgeons was found guilty of disseminating false information about car. Actors to the public high schools in an effort to smear them and eliminate them as a competition. And so some of those those bias still exists within our society, particularly older generations. And so it's this weird sort of professional bigotry chiropractors there in the VA hospital. You know, there were the Olympic team actually the head of the sports medicine team for the Olympic team for the United States. America's a chiropractor every professional sports team has won. They have a niche. Right. So they are good at a certain few things when they try to go outside of those things..
"pharmacy school" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Only he flunked out. And so what he was now he's a biology major with a four year degree. He's got four hundred thirty two thousand dollars in debt. See my if become a doc in may two hundred thousand a year, he probably could've paid off that debt. Right. But if you don't graduate from pharmacy school, dude, you got issues. Agreed. They don't give you money back guarantee on graduation. You know that? Yeah. So I've even heard you can end up with brain cancer and still end up with the debt, regardless if you dropped out for that. So exactly I mean, not not too early. I mean, granted if we're talking about from a me being able to actually succeed in pharmacy school, not so much worried about that other than I guess, you know, random chance occurrences, something horrible happens. There's all kinds of I mean, I, you know, but so all of those to say that that we need to figure out another plan another way to do this. So how can we do this? Well, the good news is the pharmacy industry, really really wants you to become a pharmacist. And so I suspect CVS Walgreens, I suspect a lot of the farm a lot of the drug companies have wonderful scholarship programs. They're so desperate. Now. You may you have to sign up to work for them for four years after you graduate or something. Oh, well, you graduate debt free. And so I'm going to really work the industry that you're gonna be working for for scholarships and start working that what were your grades and undergrad point out for the five years. That's very helpful, very helpful. And put you in a position to make a good case that a year good investment and be you've got a likelihood of completion. And so so they would invest in you, meaning a scholarship program. Of course, obviously the outlier is military's always an option. They'll pay for anything in education. If you go apply with them, but you're going to be working for them for four years or some some stretch after you get out, but you gotta free edgy. Education. So one.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"About an hour ago. I'll explain this to the folks listening on radio. Me. I've never. I didn't have a chance to explain. But anyway, what did you go. I was trying to explain to the audience. What's going on here Emily from the pharmacy school here. Just gave Laura a flu shot. And if you ask why I'm not getting one. I just got one during the break about two minutes about ten minutes ago, so they are. They're probably promote flu season here. And I, I was like, is it already flu season shirt? So I did check with my doctor who is by the way she said, go for it. It will save me the opportunity to giving one and for the record. I don't know who the guy was, who gave me mine. No. Dylan Dylan in. Dillon leg. It was the best flu shot I've ever had. Okay. So we thought just everyone knows we were going to come back from break and introduce you guys. And Emily just goes, boom, I was that was the best I've ever had. I actually wanted to ask you to hold my hand. One one and only shot at that. Anyway, that was amazing. Good job. Do I need a band aid? I have one little drop of blood. What do you think. Now? Yeah, I kind of liked. I think it looks. Band-aid often. Yeah. Where's yours? Sober here? Did Paul have enough armed fat to actually do the flu shot? Oh, you did? Okay. That's the prizes me anyway. Get your flu shot if you believe in that. But here's the thing we, we are people who are traveling all the time, and should we need to get. Partisan here. It's you need to To do. do it yet. Thank you guys so much university of Mississippi school of pharmacy. Emily rocks. That's Lizzy. That's Drake, and that's maranda I need this. This is amazing. Almost go pharmacy, have just sent an application and I will. I'll be attending their next fall. Thank you. People. All right. On, I'll I'll give you that. That's got to be like sanitary. Thank you. Okay, we're okay. Let's get back to Joe. We'll get. We'll get back to the calls at eight, five, five to four to seven to eight. Five, Kim is up Kim, go right ahead. Hey, laura. Watching the show, I must admit, I'm kind of jealous you guys are in my second home away from home. I would love to be in the grove right now. I hope y'all are having a great time world. You get your flu shot a great time. Honestly, it was a real. It really wasn't. Who is your Emily? Emily was a little quick on the trigger there, but I think that's the key because if you start thinking about it, you get all ten. Yeah. I mean, I I like like start shaking because I hate shots. Yeah. But did you guys surprise you doing? He's like, I'm taking him on the road with me evaluation ever. Did any more shots. I usually get shown here. Time Butler. I make you hit on supping right about the oldness fans. You know, I'm an alumni. I'm a huge fan. I think we're cautiously optimistic about this game. I really, we expect a whole match, but I left away. Let's be honest. Why should all miss expect to to play in this game competitively? I mean, there's no, there's no template for when you look at what Obama has done so far. Well, well, that's true, but I, I don't know. I guess it's just the optimistic person, hopeful person in me, you know, trying to look forward to something, you know. But I mean, we do have a good offense. Of course, we know we all know about the defense. We all know we have to build that back up, but we'll, we'll just have to wait and see how Alabama dozen the SEC granted, you know, it's still, but you know, we'll we'll wait and see how they do, but I'm cautiously optimistic. Well, one quick thing, Paul, I, Alabama look dominant. Obviously I'm not sure if Louisville or Texas Tech is a better team. Both of them aren't really that great, but, oh, miss and Alabama had dominant wins over those teams to start the season. I look, I expect Alabama to win this game. I think a lot of people are even ole miss fans feel that way, Kim sang. But both teams did have a great showing start the year. Alabama is a little bit more dominant..
"pharmacy school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"And new business, ask Mr. Sarah's ten. Fifteen years, down the. Road year legacy the same as what you do this. You've. Done where do, you seems business evolves we're going to grow retail I could tell you right now Retail's very big for us I mean they're they're still gonna, be brick and mortar stores, merged with Walgreen as you know and that's working out really well for us because we're picking up a whole new group of stores that. We have had before in some areas that were never been part of before some areas of Ohio some areas of West. Virginia maybe some areas of Regina which we've never, reached into before the way. The Walgreen deal went down to rite aids in, the Pennsylvania area most of them eighty percent of them are all going to, stay? Right aide and stay that in that ownership or management and then the. Walgreens do now part of Rite Aid or rights polo Walgreens I'm not quite sure what the terminology is there, but there's a whole group of? Walgreens stores now they're not. Part of this right a part We're, and we're gonna be able to go into those locations in fact I met last week with the Rite Aid category manager and that's what they're called. To. Do the work and that, she's looking? At a hundred locations so maybe if I get lucky maybe by spring of next, show ever hundred more locations, and it'll be, all Walgreens why don't you explain to the. Audience because, maybe, they'll understand or, believe you but I every time I see a Walgreens or. Rite Aid I think thank you because the lights on in the neighborhood somebody's there to help with what they've done as far as building these locations and what they do business wise and what they pay, in taxes and paychecks and, help really revitalized really let's face it some areas that are blighted they they need new business and they need something on main street without. Them there would have been nothing going on the best cure the number one way to have success in America because they. Have jobs and jobs cure everything okay they just, really do you can you. Can you can look at everything look at the, areas or depressed areas are booming but if you. Have jobs you have economy you? Have tax Being. Paid and everything gets cleaned up because from the plate, the bright program is cleaned up right away the towns get teamed up people start shopping your streets. Again small, small business America's coming back as we all know me, there's no hidden secret these small towns are getting better and better cannons Burs getting better and. Better we got more and more things going downtown more and more restaurants and businesses and boutiques and all kinds of, variety of different things are going into? The area but jobs create everything a. Walgreens and, these companies right eight they create these jobs you. Walk into a riot eight just one person to register just, fifteen people stock here's people doing everything we don't know what's going on the back room here's playing that half a dozen people back here's what else people have to understand you send, your kids at. Duquesne pharmacy school they get out, many of them are signing for six figures and is because of people, like Rite Aid and other so there's a lot more to this than meets yacht I want to kind of get back to Kansas Berg with you. In. The next year so stick, with us? We're gonna come back one more hour to go we're going to try to get, some more phone calls but, I do want, to focus on Small business turning into big business and the reality. Is this business is booming in Washington county and a lot of it has been for. Generations because of Sarah's. Candy don't forget MS.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Critical health news dot com we'll get to your calls I do have some emails in Ben one of. Course from Charlotte she says George, I'm twenty four. Years old why should I worry about supplements at. This age you know what I'm going. To answer that and then I'll have you. I wish that I knew. Then what I know now because it would've saved me all kinds of grief when I got older graphic. Dancer that's exactly. Right I'm so glad because I went to pharmacy school I learned about nutrition and pharmacy school my. Twenties and I was doing athletic stuff so, we knew, about, nutrition I'm so glad I've been. Supplementing my whole. Life and The. Time like say towards the time to get on. A supplement program to exercise to change. Your life to be physically physically fit and. Practice good fiscal habits is. When you're healthy that's the time to do it because So much easier. To deal with that then reversal reversal You want, to practice prevention as much as possible and for women just for the beauty part of it just to keep your skin gorgeous nutrition. Is so powerful when it comes to having beautiful skin, so even if it's just for the vanity of it let. Alone for that To prevent all the. Health disaster around the corner although when you're twenty four I understand you feel like you're, you're more vulnerable invulnerable all ask anybody if you're twenty four and you'd think that ask you go talk to somebody who's forty four. Fifty four I've got a few obsessions of my life, do you have any I have a, lot of sessions information. Is my obsession one one obsession is burned out lightbulbs I. Can't stand it if I'm, somewhere in the light bulb burned, out because it's, a pet peeve I mean it tells me that you know there's some carelessness there's something so if I'm in a, restaurant, and. I see a burned out lightbulb I'll tell. The manager that's interesting But. What I'm leading to is also obsessed with certain things that Edgar Casey, the late American profit. Usually do And he said if, you take three almonds a day You, will, not get cancer it. Will not, cure cancer he's he's he pointed that. Out. He, said it's not a cure for cancer prevention interesting well what's seeds are very interesting, because they, have. Lots. Of powerful medicine, and the lateral I'm sure yes yeah Exactly and you remember how your grandmother would always say reminded always say. Don't swallow, seeds because you know don't swallow the Appleseed well feed your powerful medicine and almonds or seats and they contain something called a mic goin which is powerfully anticancer so education knew a lot of. Stuff but didn't know necessarily, how he knew it you. Know you, just go to sleep. Rela- down, and and stuff would come to him. And. That, alone that whole the whole Edgar Casey stories very fascinating because he knew a lot, of stuff, about. Medicine And it just came to George exactly Take apricot seats to by the. Way I sure do let's take some calls you ready and I think Tom's. Got some Texan tweets will go to, let's. Go, to, George in Corpus Christi. Texas, hey. George, welcome. To the program hey Georgia Hello, George nice to hear from you again Real quick you can have your the. Callers call in. How is the PH balance achieved and how does it help a diabetic because I am a. Great and Georgia what a wonderful job, what. A, wonderful, guest make me a. Better, person. Because, of. Your show and your guest tonight I appreciate it and I love. Love you and your show and all your staff, and, we'd love you to George thank you so he wants to be more we wants to be more alkaline yeah that's exactly right p. h. is. Acid alkaline balance balance is. Sort of misleading because it's not like, it's about balance you want to, be slightly alkaline alkaline is relax Asian you want the inside of the body. To being a slightly relaxed state when, it's in a slightly relaxed data tends to absorb energy more effectively acidity. Is associated with? Toxicity alkalinity emphasis inside the body because ironically on the outside of the body you want to be a little bit of your skin needs to be acidic but in the inside of your body you wanna be, outlining in nature. Has designed system to keep you alkaline you know what it's called respiration and this is the. Most powerful way to alcl Anais the body and the way we're supposed out the body or body is supposed to is by oxygen and end by blowing. Off carbon dioxide which, is acidic so you can almost instantly change your blood ph by practicing what I call STI Breathing slow. Deep rhythmic breathing all diseases associated with, the city city I've just to, digress a little bit for you know because we're talking some some scientific turn. Here the ph scale goes from zero, to fourteen zero is incredibly acidic and fourteen is incredibly alkaline or basic. Some people say? Seven is neutral in the middle water should be seven doesn't have any impurities and the bodies the inside the body had a seven point three eight inside the blood and it's tightly regulated so it's slightly alkaline, when you're hung. Over your civic that's what it feels like to be when you have a hangover In, fact what. Did they give you what's the common treatment for handlery. Alka seltzer exactly, at Alcorn, is, got, alcl, nizing minerals so you can Alkalis a little bit. Through foods in the long run but really, not the, best main Wade out when is the main. Way down alcl alkaline is to raise your is too deep breathe slow deep rhythmic breathing and this almost. Alone there's a lotta reason why float deep rhythmic breathing is important but, perhaps the main reason is because it's how we're meant to alkaline is a city, represents, disease or percents fatigue, represents feeling crappy alkalinity. Represents feeling good feeling strong feeling healthy fastest way to. Do that is practice your SDR breeding. You're slow deep rhythmic breathing Okay we've got Texan tweets Tom what do you have, for Ben he'd been this is from Larry in Wisconsin please ask van with a person can do to ramp themselves up in, compensate, for, lack, of sleep, that's a great question. You ever notice how many commercials there are now for pillows. For mattresses and for for sleep apnea machine like we have an epidemic of insomnia people not able to sleep. So the lack of. Ability asleep or ability, to fall, asleep is. Based in the bodies stress system it's a sign that. The body, is, not in So if you're having problems sleeping, well there's a lot of things you could do first of, all relaxed the body take a bath, take a warm bath before you before..
Britain to legalize medicinal use of cannabis
"In the UK we, we currently prescribed one. Kind of. This medicine and quarterbacks but it's heavily restricted but, from from the announcement, from the high moments we kind of we we don't know what they're. Actually going to be allowed. To be prescribed so that language quite vague so I think that they define. What they mean by cannabis derived medicinal products so we actually know what going to, meet and so in in actual in reality a lot of people that actually use kind of this medically unlikely. To still be criminalized which is entirely wrong now says that it's going to be made legal, for patients with an? Exceptional clinic, who made what does that mean. For example my mother has. Got severe osteoarthritis she's in constant, chronic pain this would be, fantastic for her but I. Wouldn't say, seasonally exceptional. Medica- medical clinical need I mean I. Can I, can assure what they go into I mean I can see like that that, she yet to define So so he's going to be. In the, same schedule as heroin and morphine which is scheduled to So. It comes the enormous restrictions so it looks like he that most people who. Could actually use, kind this won't form the, other won't actually be able to access it on prescription so I mean those you kinda access. It doctors will, properly to sit out lots of forms bureaucracy probably actually be quite expensive as well so I mean I'm. I'm only speculating hitting because I haven't actually defined what. They mean and they haven't specified what products. There are, a number, of products already on the market you have south of, x. which is useful multiple sclerosis FDA lex which is yet to go in. The market, for epilepsy and you have cannabis oils which was which. Used by the Likud case say but again. It's not clear whether those are actually gonna be description it looks likely but, until the home office You know We don't really. Know do do you think that this relaxation around the attitudes towards cannabis might leads to England becoming, more like say the state of Colorado where it does become allowable for its? Be, recreational, no. No no I I highly. Doubt that, I mean I mean this day, and age and we're going to rule out anything but a. High that so we actually only on the side. Of caution so the groups of advise, the government what to, do, happen very. Very cautious so it looks likely that it's going to be. Pharmacy. School great medicinal, cannabis say could be in the form of spray could be in this, woman oil but it. Won't be it looks like he that they'll be very little chance for it to lead into the recreational market that two. Different, issues anyway So so. The. Whole point would, be that you would go to the doctor and it would have you, would have to be. Would have to be exceptional circumstances to be prescribed there so actually it would probably not end up getting into the wider public As for recreational pops up city I mean the flip side today is because it's so restrictive a lot of people could actually benefit from using this when they when they. Told you can't get on prescription if that if they're in pain or They should be driven to. Buy cannabis, from the criminal market now she's self medicate which. A lot of people actually currently do so that there was a flip side to that if it's too restrictive yeah she pushed people to drug dealers A more serious product How do you think it's going to be before we are going to be able to. Go into, a, GP, I mean again speculation but I don't you think it's going to be able to be before this just becomes a normal. Part of, life lock for instance if I'm going, to help, my mom you know go and pick up my prescription or her prescription from the from the pharmacy medicinal marijuana, to ease her pain Mean? I'm not, gonna, put, a day on it but the home office upset the autumn which I guess is November but only if you depends on. The home, office getting it through legislation so I, mean I'd, like to think by the end of this year but I I'm I'm not going to die on them right Thank you very much has been count Campbell communications officer from transform. Policy, foundation the, time is coming up to call past nine in a, minute we're, gonna, be talking to pull young about a. Tool Digital.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Pharmacy school i mean all day long they're thrown factor that you're supposed to remember they can you any fan fact on any of the test and flunk you out fact that's what they wanted to you know my friends went to medical school they gotta test every three days i can learn a whole curriculum in three days okay you can be three days i can learn anything okay and pharmacy school they give you three finals every day three or four days in a row they want you to form they wanna get rid of you they only want the best of the best because if you make a mistake what a drug you finish them money so they want the best of the best of the best i mean it's unbelievably difficult and if i had to foster tunnel sharing that would have been a boon what i have coffee the lack of sleep i mean after a while you were so tired your eyes were twitching in any event foster title sharing rejuvenates memory and elderly people they've done all kinds of studies on this so people who are forgetting a little bit it's called subjected memory complaints it brings back fifteen years worth lost member people at mild cognitive impairment their brain is actually shrunk now that's getting into a pathological stage does actually disease don't under giving them foster title sharing helps restore functionality of their brain to a degree but help slow down further loss of memory on the other end of it which is great because unfortunately most people mild cognitive impairment with a brain hush rump they sink into alzheimer's so giving those people foster title sharon and some fish oils really helps clench holding onto their brain for much longer and much more perfectly people with alzheimer's such even helped by the way it's great for children with adhd and it's great for neurotic.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Various pharmacy schools in europe it's an eternal nutrition reviews and i did a systematic review and meta analysis showed lucky for studies on krill oil and cholesterol levels here's what they found they found seven eligible studies that were really high quality lacking bias well reported seven eligible human clinical trials crowell lowered ldl cholesterol by shifting points now ficials don't lower ldl why would cruel lower ldl because krill also has choline as disaster then at has monounsaturated fats like arc alike like avocados and walnuts and olive oil krill also has fos for tides short works much better so krill lowered ldl cholesterol by sixteen points on average at lower triglycerides by fourteen point but it also raised hdl fish oils cannot raise hdl krill oil raised hdl by seven points i mean there's a lot to say about crew sean if you take krill oil at does have protective affectionate brush that's been document officials protect the brushed officials lowered risk of a hip fracture and a broken bones and bomohs so krill oil to it i'll because it lowers the inflammation causes boneless krill oil lowers inflammation in your heart and lowers your risk of developing parkinson's disease and alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia at also lowers your risk of sudden cardiac death that kills about three hundred.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Kill now the fatty liver is pretty common today when i was back in pharmacy school my professor professor leaden struck the lynch told us well you know it soko hold ups causing fatty liver that was then now it's totally different yes you could still get fatty liver from alcohol but the majority of people would fatty liver they have it from overeating when you eat calories from food are converted to triglycerides and triglycerides are used as energy and your muscles and around the body but if you're not doing anything physical the triglycerides instead gets stored and they usually gets stored on the inside of fat cells you compartment in fat cells get shorter triglycerides and a fat cells make your belly fat but if there is excessive food intake the the excess triglycerides start to migrate into the liver and it's a greasy fat a triglycerides and at starts to replace your liver cells with greece she fact droplets and this in turn and flames deliver and scar tissue piltz up and if it gets too bad you have so rochas which is liver failure and the major cause of liver cancer is so roche so people would fatty liver just simply because they are eating too much food naveh big belly can go onto liver failure and liver cancer but a lot of people will just develop hepatitis hepatitis doesn't mean a virus hepatitis itis hepa means liver inflammation inflammation of liver you can get fatty inflammation of the liver if you're overweight and have a big kelly and you're eating a lot of calories especially sugary calories they're very easily converted into triglycerides and people are developing nash remember i said before my professor dieter lynch used to tell us that alcohol is because of law liver disease and fatty liver while today it's fat non alcoholic st atl hepatitis and other words fatty hepetitis not related to alcohol and it's becoming pretty common there's millions and millions and millions of overweight and even fat americans walking around millions millions i myself have had a lifelong battle against weight who savvas sluggish thyroid i don't.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"Work without fascinating well net i've never had that question before and it's a very interesting question but one thing i wanted to say about pharmacy school his all over the country there are statesupported pharmacy schools okay and so he may not face a massive tuition cost if he later has to transfer to pharmacy school okay so that would be of the things that would matter and affect what it would end up costing to go to pharmacy school that one decision would make more difference than any other and there's a list i just looked while we're talking there's a list on wicca pedia of all the states supported pharmacy schools in the country and it just goes on and on and on so finding one that that he would be able to get a decent tuition will not be a heavy lift our okay okay that would begin to look at and uh the other thing on the borrowing borrowing prospectively is i is a idea that first came up involved with graduate school there were people who didn't need money for undergraduate school and people were doing just what you have spoken of they were going ahead and borrowing under the federal student loan program what you're allowed to borrow under stafford the stafford loan program and putting the money aside and just basically husbanding that money till it was time to pay for graduate school in this case your child would be transferring as an undergraduate is that right into pharmacy school.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on Probably Science
"Okay so anyway of pharmacy school is an umbrella and not the place to be unless you're neil sedaka straight joined on doing college all did you just go straight into his performance see things annette in college so did you end up doing anything science even there um i just like i didn't get a degree in science but like i took a lot of the classes right organic chemistry will you did organic chemistry to that said some real touch it yeah i am i took that damn well let's let's kick it off with a sort of chemistry ohio chemistry organic chemistry story i was going to go coconut oil oh yeah ufan maggie i'm a big fan of cooking at all of four of a topical use or for consumption here okay okay it's a different okay that's my i would you're not gonna be upset by this is coconut oil according to this new study by hot us halt experts is unhealthy as beef dripping and butter is packed with saturated fat which can cause bad cholesterol according to the american heart association in an updated advice is commonly sold as health food and some claim the fat in it may be better i another saturated fats that the a chase say there are no good studies to support this and the vice around which fast we can be very confusing animal fat such as law a generally seen as bad while plumb oils such as olive and some flower obscene is healthier options the theories based on how much one particular type of fat saturated fat will sat fat these products contain.
"pharmacy school" Discussed on Probably Science
"And it was a good school they're they're on like top us school lists of you know who see we've chatted about this bit off mike but like just for the listeners this is like real size not texas science oh yeah this is this israel like scientific map heard people kinda just you know it's it's not lilic like well knows this is high not back that's pretty high that is a big get a little height but yeah how does that lows noah the pilot will be allowed to build to build over twelve owes us is i don't yet now known like five stories was it was hard science and texas and i am i was a bio major for a while i graduated from college went back to get perec was it's to go to pharmacy school because i had headed entertain the idea of going so i took all of this sciences and organic or as many scientists are needed to get it into pharmacy school and then knockout pharmacy it's an interesting job because it's a paisley well rain as out of work and then like emissions fun of money but you're still working in a target right yes are make so much money working at a like ed like a walgreens via an don't see anything like you may be double check on staff or whatever and yet your job is fucking vital what area instead a totally well more so um that kind of pressures with like hospital pharmacists via where like their patients are like on different things.