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NYC OKs safe sites for drug use, aiming to curb overdoses

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 7 hrs ago

NYC OKs safe sites for drug use, aiming to curb overdoses

"New New York York City City is is opening opening authorized authorized havens havens where where people people can can come come in in off off the the street street to to inject inject narcotics narcotics new new York's York's health health commissioner commissioner says says the the city's city's first first publicly publicly recognized recognized places places for for people people to to use use heroin heroin and and illegal illegal narcotics narcotics are are open open as as of of today today they're they're known known as as overdose overdose prevention prevention centers centers and and they'll they'll be be colocated colocated with with previously previously established established syringe syringe service service providers providers users users bring bring their their own own drugs drugs and and monitors monitors watch watch for for signs signs of of overdose overdose and and can can administer administer an an antidote antidote if if needed needed proponents proponents say say the the idea idea is is harm harm reduction reduction to to save save lives lives or or bring bring people people in in from from the the streets streets in in a a statement statement mayor mayor bill bill de de Blasio Blasio who who leaves leaves office office at at the the end end of of December December says says he's he's proud proud to to show show cities cities in in this this country country that that after after decades decades of of failure failure a a smarter smarter approach approach as as possible possible in in New New York York City City over over two two thousand thousand people people died died of of overdoses overdoses last last year year researchers researchers have have estimated estimated the the proposal proposal could could prevent prevent a a hundred hundred and and thirty thirty deaths deaths a a year year and and save save the the city city millions millions of of dollars dollars opponents opponents see see the the sights sights as as a a moral moral failure failure federal federal law law bans bans operating operating a a place place for for narcotics narcotics use use last last month month prosecutors prosecutors won won their their legal legal challenge challenge against against the the Philadelphia Philadelphia group group that that was was fighting fighting to to open open a a similar similar site site I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Fresh update on "researcher" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "researcher" discussed on AP News Radio

"New York City is opening authorized havens where people can come in off the street to inject narcotics new York's health commissioner says the city's first publicly recognized places for people to use heroin and illegal narcotics are open as of today they're known as overdose prevention centers and they'll be colocated with previously established syringe service providers users bring their own drugs and monitors watch for signs of overdose and can administer an antidote if needed proponents say the idea is harm reduction to save lives or bring people in from the streets in a statement mayor bill de Blasio who leaves office at the end of December says he's proud to show cities in this country that after decades of failure a smarter approach as possible in New York City over 2000 people died of overdoses last year researchers have estimated the proposal could prevent 130 deaths a year and save the city millions of dollars opponents see the sights as a moral failure federal law bans operating a place for narcotics use last month prosecutors won their legal challenge against the Philadelphia group that was fighting to open a similar site I'm Jennifer king New York City is opening authorized havens where people can come in off the street to inject narcotics new York's health commissioner says the city's first publicly recognized places for people to use heroin and illegal narcotics are open as of today they're known as overdose prevention centers and they'll be colocated with previously established syringe service providers users bring their own drugs and monitors watch for signs of overdose and can administer an antidote if needed proponents say the idea is harm reduction to save lives or bring people in from the streets in a statement mayor bill de Blasio who leaves office at the end of December says he's proud to show cities in this country that after decades of failure a smarter approach as possible in New York City over 2000 people died of overdoses last year researchers have estimated the proposal could prevent 130 deaths a year and save the city millions of dollars opponents see the sights as a moral failure federal law bans operating a place for narcotics use last month prosecutors won their legal challenge against the Philadelphia group that was fighting to open a similar site I'm Jennifer king New York City is opening authorized havens where people can come in off the street to inject narcotics new York's health commissioner says the city's first publicly recognized places for people to use heroin and illegal narcotics are open as of today they're known as overdose prevention centers and they'll be colocated with previously established syringe service providers users bring their own drugs and monitors watch for signs of overdose and can administer an antidote if needed proponents say the idea is harm reduction to save lives or bring people in from the streets in a statement mayor bill de Blasio who leaves office at the end of December says he's proud to show cities in this country that after decades of failure a smarter approach as possible in New York City over 2000 people died of overdoses last year researchers have estimated the proposal could prevent 130 deaths a year and save the city millions of dollars opponents see the sights as a moral failure federal law bans operating a place for narcotics use last month prosecutors won their legal challenge against the Philadelphia group that was fighting to open a similar site I'm Jennifer king New York City is opening authorized havens where people can come in off the street to inject narcotics new York's health commissioner says the city's first publicly recognized places for people to use heroin and illegal narcotics are open as of today they're known as overdose prevention centers and they'll be colocated with previously established syringe service providers users bring their own drugs and monitors watch for signs of overdose and can administer an antidote if needed proponents say the idea is harm reduction to save lives or bring people in from the streets in a statement mayor bill de Blasio who leaves office at the end of December says he's proud to show cities in this country that after decades of failure a smarter approach as possible in New York City over 2000 people died of overdoses last year researchers have estimated the proposal could prevent 130 deaths a year and save the city millions of dollars opponents see the sights as a moral failure federal law bans operating a place for narcotics use last month prosecutors won their legal challenge against the Philadelphia group that was fighting to open a similar site I'm Jennifer king

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US climate pledge faces test in Senate with global impact

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

US climate pledge faces test in Senate with global impact

"The United States international climate pledges facing a test in the Senate that will have global influence after United Nations climate talks in Scotland the buy did ministration faces the test of a filling promises to invest for a new era of clean energy the house passed a roughly one point eight five trillion dollars social policy climate bill Friday including five hundred fifty five billion for cleaner energy but the bill must quiz through the Senate by the narrowest of margins to get past climate scientist an energy analyst Zeke house father says that modeling by researchers at Princeton University and elsewhere fine said of Biden's package passes the U. S. will still miss the target of cutting fossil fuel emissions in half by the end of this decade by about five percent if the bill fails entirely that falls to twenty percent house mother says market forces making renewable energy ever cheaper will help carry that it states a lot of the way but it will be harder for the US to convince other countries like China and India to follow through on their climate commitments if we're unable to follow through on our own promises Jennifer king Washington

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Fresh "Researcher" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh "Researcher" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Your source for today's top news traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated In your car at home at work and on the go WTO P never this a moment Good morning I'm Deborah Feinstein And I'm Mark Lewis Jocelyn chesson our producer Just ahead Nearly 20 nations now reporting cases of the oma cron COVID variant as researchers work to learn more about it The new variant is causing economic concerns and Congress will get a warning about that today Jury selection begins for a white former Minnesota police officer who claimed she meant to use her taser when she shot and killed a black man A ten 31 New developments this morning about the new coronavirus variant called oma cron Cases have now been discovered in nearly 20 countries Dutch health officials say they now have evidence that the variant.

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Scientists mystified, wary, as Africa avoids COVID disaster

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Scientists mystified, wary, as Africa avoids COVID disaster

"Scientists are mystified and wary of Africa avoids a Kobe disaster when the corona virus first emerged last year many feared the pandemic would sweep across Africa killing millions although it's still unclear what could nineteen ultimate toll will be that catastrophic scenario has yet to materialize scientists emphasize that obtaining accurate could nineteen data particularly in African countries with patchy surveillance is extremely difficult on warm that declining coronavirus trends could easily be reversed some researchers say the continent's young population in addition to the lower rates of urbanization and tendency to spend time outdoors may have spent it the mall the full effects of the virus so far I'm Charles de Ledesma

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 Egypt announces clinical trials of its own COVID-19 vaccine

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Egypt announces clinical trials of its own COVID-19 vaccine

"Egypt's national research body says that it will start clinical trials were injection made coronavirus vaccine back in June Egypt's acting health minister Dr hello do a far had said that Egypt was working on three local code nineteen vaccines now he says researchers are starting human clinical trials for an Egyptian made vaccine named cover backs that will eventually include thousands of people I don't remember the so my management a lot of those so mad after the mother Egypt in vaccine works by including proteins from the original virus to provoke an immune response the minister hailed the trials saying they were made possible by the critical mass the researchers technicians and laboratories Egypt has achieved with the vaccination rate of about fourteen percent Egypt's been struggling to vaccinate more of its population but the country has so far been reliant on shipments of the shots from other countries I'm

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'America Lost' Filmmaker Chris Rufo on the Poisonous Ideology of CRT

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 3 weeks ago

'America Lost' Filmmaker Chris Rufo on the Poisonous Ideology of CRT

"Welcome back to one on one with Chris roof though. All right, so I promised we'd get back to that question of how we leverage our power and how we respond. But let me ask you the personal question. We had, I'm sure you've met him. We had James Lindsay on who's written the book critical theories, which goes into quite some detail. I love this stuff. I'm a one kid Harper goes in some real real detail on. You know, why quick, very, really happened. The role of quit theory the connection to Rachel justice and blah, blah, blah, blah. And I asked him, I had to, because, you know, as a child of people who suffered under ten regimes, I said to this guy, he was born here. Why are you doing what you're doing? Why are you deciding to take on the Goliath? Why are you walking into ariadne's maze as a lone researcher? And he said, and I love his response. He said, I just saw too many of my friends suffering injustice. Across academy being pillory being having their careers destroyed because they didn't want to acquiesce to this political dogma. Let me ask you, Chris, I've seen your film, which doesn't relate directly to what we're discussing, but I think there's a very strong overlap or there's at least a tangent that connects us in terms of what's happened to America in your film America last. But let me ask you. Why are you the guy who triggered the executive order in the Trump administration, banning critical race theory? What was the motivation for you to grasp with this Medusa? Yeah, I mean, it's pretty simple. I love this country. I love what it stands for. I love what it fights for. And I think I saw this hole that's opportunity this problem that conservatives had not developed a new vocabulary to fight these threats. And I thought I was uniquely positioned to be able to articulate it and also given the kind of courage to fight for it. And I think that we need to kind of come together and fight around these inspiring ideals and not let them be degraded and debating and destroyed. And I have a heart for it. I have a heart for people that are suffering for people at the margins of our society. And I saw very clearly that critical race theory is a kind of elite ideology that serves the status of people who are already fine and well off. Yeah. But actually embedded in that theory is something enormously destructive for poor and vulnerable people in our country. And if we want to actually help poor people, if we want to help broken families, if we want to help racial minorities live the full expression of their human potential and contribute to the United States to the fullest extent we have to fight this ideology because it's poisonous. It's pets. And it's anti American to

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Igor Danchenko, Analyst Who Worked With Christopher Steele on Trump Dossier, Charged in Durham Probe

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Igor Danchenko, Analyst Who Worked With Christopher Steele on Trump Dossier, Charged in Durham Probe

"Well, perhaps the biggest news of the day is the actual arrest, not a subpoena not an indictment, the arrest by John Durham's special counsel of the key individual behind the so called Steele dossier, nobody, none better to analyze it than the legal and political analyst for Fox News. The author of the Russia hoax and witch hunt host of the brief podcast, Greg Jarrett, welcome back to America first. Hey, Sebastian, always creepy in with you. So tell us first, let's start at the beginning. Who is Igor danchenko? Well, he's the fabulist behind the discredited anti Trump CA. And he's indicted in charge with lying to the FBI not once. But 5 times on 5 different occasions way back in the infancy of president Trump's term back in 2017. The FBI knew that the dossier was phony. They knew that Christopher Steele was not credible who composed the dossier. They'd fired him for lying. And yet they used the dossier and then chanko is a pre-tax continue their probe of Donald Trump. And July, the 5 succor to continue the spy and it's really pretty stunning, then Czech who was not some mysterious Russian agent operating in the bowels of the Kremlin is Christopher Steele, the ex British spy led everyone to believe. No, the guys are researcher at a liberal think tank the brookings institution in Washington D.C. that at the time was run by a long time friend and ally as Hillary Clinton G what a coincidence. It was Clinton in her confederates who invented the Russia House, framed her opponent and disseminated the information and then chanko was key to it and it turns out not only when he was interviewed by the FBI did he debunk the whole thing, but in the process he lied about who his real sources were. Now we don't know through the indictment yet who those real sources were. I wouldn't be surprised if they were people closely connected to Hillary

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Who Is Igor Danchenko?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Is Igor Danchenko?

"Let's start backwards. Last 48 hours, John Durham, who is appointed by Bill Barr, issued some indictments. One of the indictments that he issued was towards this new figure and you would know about him if you were really into this. But a guy by the name of Igor danchenko. Now Igor danchenko is supposed to be a Russian specialist. Igor danchenko is someone that formerly worked at the brookings institution a Dante is a Russian born U.S. based researcher. He worked at the brookings institution from 2005 to 2010, and he was a former official in Bill Clinton's State Department. And so danchenko's role was not really clear up until the last 48 hours. So the centerpiece of all of this, the centerpiece for the whisper campaign against Trump, the basis for to get Mueller and to spy on Trump was a document. It was a piece of work known as the dossier. The dossier was compiled by none other than former British spy Christopher Steele. But Christopher Steele compiled the dossier in what has always been a focus for those of us that have wanted to get the truth is who were his sources. Well, the main source, the main Russian source was Igor danchenko. Now, this dossier, this document, this summary, fraudulent one and fake one was then fed to the FBI and the press and was later used in fisa surveillance warrants against Trump aide Carter page, and then through surveilling Trump's pages communications, the Clinton Obama regime was able to spy on the Trump campaign.

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Zuck's Bucks: How Facebook Boss Gave $419M to Get Biden Elected

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | Last month

Zuck's Bucks: How Facebook Boss Gave $419M to Get Biden Elected

"There has been a great deal of contention over the November 2020 election, just like there was, I guess over the November 2016 election, I remember Democrats like Hillary Clinton herself and Nancy Pelosi and others saying the Russians hijacked the election. Many people said didn't accept the outcome of the election. I suppose to some degree that's always going to happen. But 2020 for millions and millions of Americans was different. COVID rules changed the game in a lot of communities. And there was a front page of the New York Post this week that was so profound, big picture of Mark Zuckerberg, zucks bucks. How Facebook boss gave $419 million to get Biden elected. And the article focused on the research done at Caesar Rodney election research institute out of Irving, Texas, a doctor William Doyle is principal researcher, and that his article sharing the findings of their study was published in the New York Post. It's a huge

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EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?

"Oil has been washing up on southern California beaches all week since a leak in an underwater pipeline sent thousands of gallons of heavy crude into ocean waters this bill has filed the sands of Huntington beach and could keep some beaches closed for weeks or longer crude also washed into Talbert Marcia sensitive wetland it has been spotted down the Orange County coast as far as Dana point with tar balls reported as far south as Carlsbad in San Diego county it's still a mystery exactly how much is spilled the Coast Guard estimates between twenty five thousand and one hundred and thirty two thousand gallons cleanup crews and investigators are on the scene researchers say the impact on wildlife will take a while to understand crude oil components can linger beneath the ocean's surface and affect tiny organisms that are ingested by fish which are later eaten by birds marine mammals and people I'm Ben Thomas

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 More than 120,000 US kids had caregivers die during pandemic

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

More than 120,000 US kids had caregivers die during pandemic

"A new study shows the number of U. S. children orphaned during the corona virus pandemic may be larger than previously thought a study published by the medical journal pediatrics shows more than one hundred twenty thousand kids in the U. S. lost a parent or grandparent who was a primary provider of financial support and care another twenty two thousand experienced the death of a secondary provider an earlier study by different researchers estimated that as of this past February about forty thousand U. S. children have lost a parent to cope with nineteen nearly sixty percent of the children who lost a primary care giver were either Hispanic or black two racial groups that make up about forty percent of the U. S. population I'm

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Ex-Facebook employee bringing sharp criticisms to Congress

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-Facebook employee bringing sharp criticisms to Congress

"A former Facebook employee who accused the company of dishonesty is testifying before Congress Francis how good is a former Facebook data scientist in a sixty minutes interview that aired Sunday when she revealed her identity she claimed Facebook chooses profit over safety she is set to testify later this morning to the Senate commerce subcommittee on consumer protection the panels investigating Facebook's use of information from its own researchers on Instagram that could indicate potential harm for some of its young users especially girls while it publicly downplayed the negative impacts my camp in Washington

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U.S. scientists win Nobel Prize for discovery of temperature, touch receptors

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. scientists win Nobel Prize for discovery of temperature, touch receptors

"Two American scientists have won the Nobel Prize in medicine for discoveries into how the human body perceives temperature and touch the announcement from Stockholm Sweden David Julius and are them past the podium for their discoveries of receptors for temperature and touch the two researchers separately identified receptors in the skin as part of their work in the fields of some moto sensation one use capsaicin a red pepper component the other use pressure sensitive receptors in cells to identify nerve centers that respond to heat and mechanical stimulation the

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"The hours you have and just continue to take one step one step and then take the next step fanatic. The next step on then tech nextstep. Sometimes something doesn't work just continue. It will work for you if you just continue. Don't give up. Yeah i agree. I think it's a it's a long game and it kind of builds up gradually. Like i think we publicist our two hundred episode in the podcast. And it's been kind of slowly slowly growing in now white many people know it So i agree that one. How would you. We have quite many early career. Researchers listening this. They might have done their go through decree and they are looking for a for a job they might off the doctrine decree they do the post-doctoral which is usually a couple of years. And then it's quite difficult to get the next position like assistant. Professorship how would you how would you leverage social media or podcast or something in your job sets how. How would you see that it can help finding a job. I think like In this we are now people are looking for how good you are to speak to those two oldest team. So if you're gonna start to have a podcast towel out something building up your knowledge sharing the loan which online i think that's a big benefits manar knob process of getting on job because providing something. Of course i'm coming from our place but we are when we are starting to employ people. Even you have a remote team. All over world when vr stub over first criteria. That need to send us a fineness lido. And if they don't send out there out like in the i of course we're working with us but that doesn't mean that all of our employees into make but we are doing everything online so if they don't can make a widow as they are out so also think about if you just start to train yourself to do more videos having a video in the in the in the city or in the when you're sending the job description or no Serbs are applying for the job when are sending out into them. If you just have either. I think it's a new show also fulfill what you're done. That's a big step to get in front of many of not doing that. So just thought could be even if you don't want to make online course. You can start to do that in social media on the we'll have a benefit that no one else said during and just do it is like if you go back and so i had a client for me. I was terrible in front of a camera for like seven eight years ago. I was terrible mistake. I was terrible listing. And i picked up some videos on youtube. I'm so embarrassed. When i see them today but i did it and that's why i'm here today because i did it. I was so even if you think that no one. No-one versus on me on the widow. Y- there is an..

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:47 min | 2 months ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"I saw a research about using slides for example on youtube Facebook live on the other thing. People just get out from it. They want to see people. See things are happening so so you don't me that of course if you want to throw something can use a whiteboard in the background on do that. If you will to have some modal sorry can show up something but tried to do live like it's people don't like don't do it to to formal i again. That's that's mild wise for down the and also i see what we are gone away from before we had much more presentation thing we stock to do less and less presentation. We show more for south Your because some so many distractions for us when we are on social media so if something start to be boring just second is enough. Today's woke up to try to make engaging Like talking about something i always keep them there and let them see you and there's a good example. This one guy. I have few times ended up watching His his like older predeceased guy. And he's talking about covered numbers. Itin case is having like daily daily video or something he printed out the paper and then he has camera pointing down and he's making depend. He's making like notes to the paper and he's he's having like when he's talking he sewing his face and then he got the other camera which is marking on the paper. And i think the Examples that he has a big follower pace base now and what works for him he used to writing on paper so he's using paper and it works fine for youtube. So i think it's about finding your way which is comfortable for you and might very well work and and how. How would you see. Like i think researchers usually they have a full-time job. It's it's difficult to start doing something on the side. Maybe they have few hours per week..

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

06:00 min | 2 months ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"I was going to be i interacted but someone just took my energy on. No i'm dead. I just want to resign dust. That's when they go out from the door and they feel this thing. So that's that's the problem. You're going to face in marketing. So he's all about to find this. This taylor situation very feel the most painting and that needs to be specific. Yeah and and usually reserved to stay. Quite narrowly focused. That's that's how the research is done nowadays. Most of the time. How would you say for the researchers who are doing more kind of basic research for example somebody studying one hormone or somebody. Studying asserted molecular. How can you. How can you polarized that. Who who would be interested on one molecule. I think there is some. There's many people interested to just learning. Maybe dad wanted to learn more about the budget. So we contract dunbar again. Need to find that problem. But if you feel like you know everything about about. Dan won't to go deeper. You want to know something that no one else i know. I think it's the same thing as there is. The duck could be more like a little bit like us talked about art historian and into interest for it. So we need to find. These people are interested to know more about this specific thing that they know about the but i promise it there people will buy it. Hundred percent. scher thera- people are buying it. If you just think about who are interested in in this Topic and also wanted to learn more about it would necessarily not our resources but there is some people out there want to know more and the jeff and disgruntled one woman from u. s. tinker. Podcast is called found my fitness. It's severi very police. Dick name but she's she's been studying molecular level things since he might have a podcast recording about c. vitamin which is like two hours long. And she's going all scientific studies that have found about cu vitamin and uncovered or or something and and see sexy very popular. I i was really surprised because for me that was even even being a scientist to matz of details like i could tell Overview but ceased very popular. So i think listeners who are thinking. They're thing is too too boring. Something maybe you can take the found. My fitness podcast. It's i really surprised towel That that one a yon also listen to her. But i also think there is something about having passion for something sharing a passion. He even if you think it's nerdy origins like a detailed thing. If you are passionate because.

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Researchers useful and relevant information that does not fit into formal content limited space of scientific publications and. Here's your host researcher. An entrepreneur ali ticket. So so how do you. How would you do if you are a researcher. How this is kind of thing worked for for researchers who don't really like physiotherapists assailing physiotherapy personal trainers are selling training. What would be the thing that researches would be offering online. It's the same thing. There's someone who you are researchers Some doctors information not other wants and is just to figure out want this. Most and widen momentum is up. it's not researcher. But i can. I can give you the best client story that we have from. The funny thing is like yesterday she wrote me. There's one year ago since she started to build her first funnel and she's She's teaching off. History is not research but maybe it can come about. How can they do so so so. This woman should have wrote a couple of books in norway about doctors story and And she also brought groups down to spain or italy where there's a lot of art on his story a group i'm telling like being more like a guide and And she's because of couva chicken do anything more out so she contact is true when she had the coal with me on. She both from us. She told her husband. I will use five year to pay back this investment. But i still won't do it because i want to try it and see i've known sold for one year time only norwich as solo in english market. I am married to marquette. Just all to this. This is not normal. So don't say like oh this is possible for me to Sold artistry story course online for one million euro from scratch involved in the air and so is like but there's so there's people will want to go back to. What is the problem. We you're researching something. What is the problem that other sitting with that you can help them it in hurting one of the thing and we started with. I don't think that's the main problem now. But it's like there's so many were. I are nam. For example on dinner with france and there's four people will know a lot about autism directing and the last one had no clue and they feel so embarrassed. People are willing to buy for not being personable. Don't understand it so that's also a way of selling so if it's resources or if it's something you know that other to do or they want to discuss it with other or you can give them some knowledge about something because that's what they're doing when our research the researching something on getting out. So i think it's so you can do the same. You can do all online course so we can also do A high ticket offer with our researcher and people.

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New York Governor Uses God Unfairly in Vaccine Fight

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:16 min | 2 months ago

New York Governor Uses God Unfairly in Vaccine Fight

"Okay let's hear the the governor of new york state governor huckle. I prayed a lot to god during this time. And you know what. God did. Answer our prayers. He made the smartest men and women. The scientists that doctors researchers he made them come up with a vaccine. That is from god to us. And we must say thank you god thank you and i wear my vaccinated necklace all the time to say i'm vaccinated all of you. Yes i know your vaccine. You're the smart ones. But you know those people out there. Who aren't listening to god. What god wants you hold on. That's precious rajen of our side. Ever said that if you don't agree with the right you're not listening to god. Do you real smart ones. But you know there's people out there who aren't listening to god what guy wanted so imagine. Imagine it's always important to put the she on the other foot and imagine that we would be called religious fanatics taliban type americans bible thumpers. Thank you. That's right. Bible thumper hayes thumper ever used outside of bible. I never heard somebody say. So what did you do yesterday. I bumped let's this weekend can never hear. It isn't that interesting is just bible. Thumpers bible thumper. I don't even know what. Thumper means. But i am one so is she. How's that you're not listening to god if you don't get a vaccine so i'm curious which apply that to masks on two year olds at our smartest are telling us to mask two year olds that smart governor hokuto is that listening to god too. I think if you listen to god you don't put a mask on a two year old or three year old or four year old or a five year old six year old or seven year old or an eight year old or a nine year old or ten year old.

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Study highlights difficulty of stopping antidepressants

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Study highlights difficulty of stopping antidepressants

"Patients with a long history of depression may have a rough time stopping the use of their medication British researchers have published a study that finds more than half the patients fifty six percent who had been on anti depressants and we're feeling better relapsed within a year of stopping their medication by contrast those who kept on taking anti depressants even when feeling better had a much lower relapse rate the study looked at nearly five hundred patients mostly middle aged women who were taking a common class of anti depressant drugs like Zoloft or Prozac mostly without counseling as is common in Britain an editorial in the New England journal of medicine is suggesting that medication for life maybe advise for some patients who have had several bouts of depression I'm Jackie Quinn

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There Is No Evidence That Masks Do Anything to Mitigate the Spread of COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 2 months ago

There Is No Evidence That Masks Do Anything to Mitigate the Spread of COVID

"The mask stuff Steve has gotten out of control It's gotten to the point now where it's so unscientific It's gotten to the point where it's ridiculous And my fear candidly Steve is that people have come to rely on this as some kind of prophylactic mechanism and they actually think it's going to save them And I just want to read you quickly two tweets Here's one from the education secretary cardona He tweeted this out he's the education secretary I think he'd know better He says a Wisconsin study found that schools that required masking had a 37% lower incidence of COVID than the surrounding community Now you and I Steven smart guys were like wow this is great mask they work This is incredible Good news Well the lead researcher traci hog replied back mister secretary I was the senior author of this study We're not able to give out any information about the role mask laid in the low end school transmission rates How many times do they get to do this Steve How many times Until we make them stop it and they're going to keep doing it And there is no data real time data point and you can save me your studies from Bangladesh There is no real time data point anywhere in the world over the last 18 months that show masks do absolutely anything to collectively mitigate against the spread of

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Pfizer gives vaccine data from kids 5-11 to FDA

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Pfizer gives vaccine data from kids 5-11 to FDA

"The US maybe edging closer to having an approved coronavirus vaccine for children ages five to eleven drugmaker Pfizer has submitted research the FDA on the effectiveness of its covered nineteen vaccine in children ages five to eleven the company says it expects to request emergency use authorization in the coming weeks the company tested a lower dose of the vaccine in children researchers say they found the vaccine developed antibody levels that were just as strong as those found in teenagers and young adults getting regular strength doses moderna is also studying its vaccine for elementary school age children with results expected later this year Jennifer king Washington

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NY Gov. Hochul Says Vaccines Are 'From God,' Sends out Her Own 'Apostles' to Push Jabs

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

NY Gov. Hochul Says Vaccines Are 'From God,' Sends out Her Own 'Apostles' to Push Jabs

"Week. The lunatic governor of new york who thinks she's jesus christ wanting to send her apostles out into the world. She wants her decide. Go out and be my disciple. You can't play that too much. Your played again. Play cut five again. Just everybody knows who's running the state of new york these days. We are not through this pandemic. i wished we were. But i prayed a lot to god during this time. And you know what. God did. Answer our prayers. He made the smartest men and women. The scientists that doctors the researchers. He made them come up with a vaccine. That is from god to us and we must say thank you god thank you and i wear my vaccinated necklace all the time to say i'm vaccinated all of you. Yes i know you're vaccinated. You're the smart ones. But you know there's people out there who aren't listening to god what god wants. You know this. You know who they are. I need you to be my apostles. I needed to go out and talk about it and say we owe this to each other. We love each other. I don't wanna make you feel bad. But if you're not totally creeped out by that then europe problem. I don't wanna make you feel guilty but if you if or or try to insult you. If you're not totally creeped out by her shane out loud. Now you're the smart ones but there are others out there. We know who they are because clearly she saying if you're not vaccinated you're a total moron. You're not a smart one like the people in the room with governor. Jesus christ

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Fungus found in Yellowstone is key ingredient in new meat substitute

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Fungus found in Yellowstone is key ingredient in new meat substitute

"Two thousand nine. A team of researchers discovered a previously unknown microbe in the hot springs of yellowstone national park now. The fungus is the star ingredient in a new line of food products. He was very very high in protein. And it's actually a very exciting protein because it's a complete protein. There's really not that many sources of complete putting out there. That's thomas jonas. Ceo of nature's find the chicago based startup developed a process to ferment. the fungus and create. What's now called five protein. They're using it to make a variety of foods so we've been able to make things that range from chicken nuggets hamburgers breakfast sausages to yogurts and cheese earlier this year. The company offered a limited line of cream cheese and breakfast sausage on its website. Jonas says the products will soon be sold at stores. He foresees growing demand for protein. Filled foods produce more sustainably than meat and dairy that whole supply chain is completely inefficient and using a tremendous amount of resources of land of water energy. So jonas says fi could provide a more climate-friendly alternative.

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

02:56 min | 11 months ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Pm. Gmt and Another thing we started earlier this year. we started doing some polls twitter and we got some valuable feedback for example for how long the episodes should be what would be a good length and and that has helped us planning so we are Doing a few more on twitter. So that's something that we are working on as well. So that's so useful way for us to get some feet quicker feedback in terms of how we are doing. And and what you like and what you don't like so you can see those polls in in our twitter and besides those polls just please get in touch with us whenever you have some ideas for themes we have a few suggestions for themes and topics for next year and we are working on making them come true but we always welcome more more ideas and and comment. yeah and s. Nora was telling you about the publication schedule and about episodes episodes piling up. I think this is a good place to apologize for some of the guests. I have quite a bit of away. Publising the episodes. I haven't had signed to eighty them so apologies for the delay. I hope to find time now to edit them and get them out in the beginning of new year and like norris it before we really encourage you to get in touch so any feedback. Any suggestions are very welcome and it would help us quite a bit if you subscribe for this podcast in your favorite podcast app. So then you see when the new episodes are out. So i think that's the end of this episode so thanks for listening and have a good new year and stay tuned for the first episode of twenty twenty one. That will be out very soon. Thanks for joining us this week. On physical activity research through pawtucket. If you liked the show makes you never miss an episode by subscribing or follow the show on twitter. This podcast is made possible by listeners. Like you thank you for your point. If you found value in the show we would really appreciate rates in apple podcast. Which ever apple use or if you put in a real old school way simply. Tell a friend about this show. It would be great help us. We have a fantastic lineup of guests forthcoming episodes so be search to thank you all for your support. Have a great day..

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Physical activity questionnaire ipaq the global physical activity questioner orange. Pack they inquire about physical activity that last for at least ten continues minutes because simply because that's what the previous recommendations where we were inquiring about now. This oldest instruments will have to being to be redesigned. perhaps it's not as simple as removing the ten minute bouts. Kweskin the from the questioner wants you chains question no you really. Ideally should really Tested in your target population. Make sure that people understand and does not change won't change other aspects of the people's responses and that could be quite challenging. That will guarantee. I got that will give headaches the people who work in Surveillance haven't mentioned surveillance. I would like to take the opportunity to highlight a number of other important functions that this physical activity guidelines have some functions at that perhaps are not as obvious. The physical activity center bahir recommendations are not merely advice. They are safe that important at a communication tool for as researchers to communicating physical activity messages to the members of the public healthcare professionals. They're important tool for healthcare professionals intern to communicate messages to their patients and Several other layers of communication. So there's no doubt about that. They're important communication tool out the advice. Level the physical activity prescription level. They form the Targets for physical activity campaigns. Typically this recommendations will become the the the contents olf future physical activity campaigns Future clinical prescription Programs running hospitals. And so they. The new guidelines have a big role in implementation Aswa so surveillance. Messaging and communication intervention implementation and fourth. Very important function is perhaps the most obvious on so what we did during the development of the guidelines purchase is we were reviewing scientific evidence using standard whol very robust protocol so then product this guidelines are also represent scientific consensus some quite robust and consensus both about what we know about physical activity and the health effects of physical activist central behavior and what we do not know and that's yet another very important function so this guidelines will tell us what is it that we need to understand better what areas of research we need to invest more so that we have better more complete more accurate and guidelines that are easier to communicate in twenty thirty when will we will hopefully have the next update of the who recommendations. Yes so they're very good points and and good that you open the critical function of these recommendations. I think many people can get miss out out some of those and an esa main main defense. You said that. They're the mini move. Bal rayson was changed that anything counts earlier. It costs ten minute minimum so they basically the threshold of meaning. Those is coming down. Hi it's dr. Auto pessoa co founder of fabian. Are happy to soon launch product. That will save a ton of your time. The new physical activity guidelines will be more and more based on device mission data. And this means that we need validates and easy to use tools to measure sedentary behavior and physical activity at escape for a researcher. This means a lot of work and effort on logistics on data analysis. We have been working hard at fee pm to make this process. Easier suits that meeting. Logistics and data upload processes and we are happy to soon announce a new product. That will do all this for you. So stay tuned. And meanwhile make sure you read the excellent papers around the updated physical activity guidelines. Thanks for joining us this week. On physical activity research through podcasts. If you liked the show makes you never miss an episode by subscribing to follow the show on twitter. This podcast is made possible by listeners. Like you thank you for your support. If you found value in this show we really appreciate rating apple. Podcast which ever after us or if you would in real olsten blais simply tell a friend about. The show would be great help for us. We have a fantastic lineup of guests forthcoming episodes. So be sure to thank you all for your support. Have a great day..

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"This is the second part of our discussion on sport. Coaching and care. We dr column cronin in the first part which i recommend you to check out. We explored columns phenomena logical work on what it means to be. Sport coach care was one of the. Snc's he identified in that work in research that followed. He has developed the notion of care in sport coaching and moved from phenomena logical to a more feminist sociological perspective. On care today we are these ideas and discuss how care fits into the picture of coaching. In elliott sport context which is known to be result oriented an tough world not only for athletes but also for coach is dr column. Cronin is a senior lecturer in sport. Coaching and physical education at liverpool. John moores university and serves as an associate editor for sport coaching review. He's research has explored what it means to be. A coach asked recently focused on understanding. How coaches can develop caring relationships. We'd athletes in his work. He often uses phenomena logical and narrative research approaches and qualitative methodologies. I hope you enjoy today's discussion. I think this is the point that we will move to caring but what you said about caring for the athlete like beyond season. That's one of the things that often comes when you look at studies on athletic retirement and and what former athletes find the one of the very difficult things for them. Is that the relationship with the coach and completely and the coach doesn't seem to be interested in them anymore when they are not at late. So the coaches not calling Making contact not asking how you are doing. And that leaves. The athlete with the sense of kind of the relationship was just Fully conditional them being athletes and that's difficult for a lot of athletes when they stop. Yeah i think. That's that's really interesting just before i get into that dan. I think it's important to remember so at this point in my research i was coming at this with you. Know some interest in kind of phenomena logical philosophy. So as i said my care. Was this idea of kind of concern interest. Initially and this. I gained a part of being human is a concern you know. Otherwise why would you get out of bed. You know you might through the south interests are you might do for an interest in your family or your work with you know. Part of being human is concerned. So.

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Sharing with your listeners day. I i will definitely do that. And we talked with nazi about other ways. Also offer are communicating these. But we we see those though slater Is there anything else. You'd like to act of these eight eight investments in the in the discussion. Just the a really great process to get to the stage and A great team effort by all the people that have worked on the document and also the advocacy kit Website is pause a volunteer organization. And everybody's really pulled together To produce this consensus document. I second that this is a team effort. And it's been an update to light. Be appalled paul process an. Yeah as much as mean tepi a token g today. It really is a team effort. So i'm yeah we just wanna acknowledge. Everyone's kinda hard with passion. I commitment again. Est toolkit where it is excited to see where it goes and and how do you see now these other updates for two thousand sixteen. So i don't know if it's that time in two thousand twenty four to make the make the next ones. If you if you try to predict the future would you think will be different in the in the next verse. Is there something that's going to come. Come up in in the in future in next year. That's a very tough question. The the just highlight. The previous. One was in released in two thousand eleven. So we have given Almost ten years since the last one but for the future. I think that's a really difficult question. I don't know whether you've got any thoughts on that lindsay. That is a tough one. I think to be honest with the lowest ones enough for the minute. I think i need a lot. As much about scott's gonna lie down i think probably a or likes to see a real concerted effort t- support advocacy in a evidence base way. I think we could do whether ob investment piece. I'm not sure. But i would personally like to see some support for advocacy training and and some resource more resources flipping unit coming from my background. We have never been trained in. Picky eater society skills we get along. And so i see a bit more training and support the advocates and i think for measles building the knowledge base around systems of how we evaluate systems. Another going on in the k. Around not at the minute an. But i think that'd be a grubbing evidence based full implementation and evaluation of systems. And what that means. I'm about looks like within viscosity whether they'll be investments. I'm not sure but in terms where the evidence is going in the visconti's space apparently like to see Let's contemplating it may head Question may be asked us a little bit on your chance to lighter throwing you under the bus only donate before. Yeah i think you. You're doing the mason work. I think it's really important. Document and eighteen gets important to see this kind of a kind of bigger picture because earlier. I think it's many times like research is doing some certain area and trying to promote those ideas but you really bring bring together the whole whole picture and tried to influence a lot of stakeholders and then you also have advocacy part out to how to promoted. So congratulations for the team. I think it's it's really important working. Doing what would be or final remarks for this episode mine would be really upbeat. Call to action for everybody listening. It's really important that we read share endorsed and feedback on this document and get it used. Let's advance physical activity. Yeah and i would say that's all we can do is try and i would encourage everybody to be an advocate for this document. Draw the resources that are available. This website join the conversation using the hashtag. Eight which is the number eight investments and. Let's learn from each other. Those were good finding remarks. Thank you mattioli lindsay for being in the show..

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"And well anything related to research learn from your fellow researchers useful and relevant information that does not fit into formal content and limited space of scientific Publications. And here is a ghost researcher and entrepreneur only ticketed. Welcome everyone. I'm very excited about today's episode as we are going to talk about extra metric and activity tracking Our Guest expert in the team is working as an assistant professor of Integrative physiology and health science Alma College in Michigan us home. He studies the accuracy and reliability of various physical activity monitors and also uses them as incidents and tools to help individuals become more physically active ladies and gentlemen, I'm honored to introduce Our Guest assistant professor Alexander. Montoy. Welcome Alex. Thank you Alan great to be on the podcast fully my plessure. So you've been looking quite a bit activity-tracking among athletes or Sports specific context. What do you mean? CS the most promising things is it for for research purposes or do you see that the athletes would actually benefit from them in their training? What do you see as the most potential things? Yeah, that's a great question. So the the research we've been doing I would say eventually the goal is to help specific athletes or help coaches to understand when they're athletes are ready to return the sports safely or what restrictions they should have in practices or maybe how many minutes they should be limited to in a game setting off. Certainly. That's the that is the future goal with our work. We are not there yet. Although a lot of your more commercial type companies have have moved into that realm of activity tracking and and feedback that specific to the individual. So just for example a couple of brands that come to mind catapult is a system that I know are are my research birth. Or collaborators at Michigan State use in a lot of their athletic teams. So catapult is a it's a chest worn accelerometer and I believe it has heart rate as well. So it's a multi-sensor device and then catapult does a lot of the outcomes derivation I guess so they you know, they they're not like Thursday. It's not looking at the raw data catapults got some proprietary algorithms for Translating that into activity intensity or they'll report outcomes such as volume or training load and both coaches strength conditioning specialists can look at that data then and then for specific players see who has the highest training loads, maybe try to scale training or practice. This is that the the training load you're getting in a practice is similar to the load that you're getting in a game situation or they can make sure that people aren't so let's say, you know, you're coming off the summer. Especially this summer. It's been bad in terms of at least here at Alma very low engagement in practicing and the offseason cuz they're just is not access to gyms right now with everything closed and so we could look at a training volume for individual when they come in.

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Which focuses and understanding how tender informs meaning in sport. I feel that this is such an important topic that it should have featured in this podcast already a long time ago indeed sport is a very gendered institution and although there has been a lot of effort to tackle gender-based inequalities in the past few decades a lot of work certainly remains to be done in today's episode. We explore how gender identity intersects with athletic identity with the focus on women's martial law. We discuss what this course is dominant in the sporting spaces and how these impact those who are unable or unwilling to accept and live according to these courses. We then move on to exploring the possibilities of alternative meanings discourses and practices of sport and finally discuss whether and how sporting spaces that are not based on a binary understanding of gender can be organized as well as the ethical imperative to organize sporting spaces that are inclusive safe for all our guest has completed several interesting research projects on gender in sport. She completed her PhD in sports Sciences at the University of Georgia Line Finland, which focused on understanding woman's identity negotiations in competitive Judo cultures after defending her PhD she continued working. Postdoc researcher at the University of a scallop in a project that focused on tackling discrimination against gender and sexual minorities in sports and physical education contexts off. She then move on to the school of sport and service management at the University of Brighton and currently works as opposed to researcher in a project titled transforming gender boundaries in sport, which is funded by The Finnish cultural Foundation. Welcome doctor onychophora and thank you so much for joining me for today's interesting and very important discussions. Hi Nora. Thank you for having me. I'm delighted that we are we are now here discussing this and we have talked about this already along a long time ago. And so now we finally get going and I cannot emphasize enough how much I feel that this is a very important topic to address and and for us to understand meaning in sport, we always have to be thinking about this gendered element of meaning and and how are cultural practices also shaped those meanings. So I'd be very delighted to hear a little bit about how you have become a nurse color and Willa sport Sports color, of course as well. But your research in the past ten years already has always been addressing these gender issues. So perhaps a little bit about the background story of of how you became a gender research. Yeah. Sure. So yes, I am always a little bit hesitant to call myself a gender school because as you said my background is in sports science and majoring in sports psychology, and I think it was sometime during my towards the end of my master studies when I started realizing that this focus on performance alone thought sometimes like mainstream sport psychological theories are all about especially when it is done in a way that neglects that context and the situational characteristics of Faith dividual such as gender race class religion and and so on like this way of work does not in English. Ask me that Matt and I became especially interested in gender. I think my interest like also comes from my personal experiences my experiences, for example of being young and female athlete in the mail domain of martial arts. But also experiences that go way back before that experiences of birth of a girl growing up in the patriarchal culture of Greece. For example,

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Or even a side-to-side movement they're likely to do for a couple seconds overall or if they're running on the court. They're likely to be doing that for several seconds at a time. So those all seem to have a high-profile pretty high time dependency to them. Whereas other activities especially instantaneous type movements jumping or these cutting from side to side will happen very very briefly in our unlikely. I proceeded or succeed with another bout of that same thing. And so those activities do not have a strong time dependency to them in terms of what happened in the previous or 16th successive interval. And so what we find is that our time sequencing models like a hidden Markov model can dramatically improve our prediction of when people are walking or running or maybe shuffling in a sports team, but they don't do a lot for us in terms of improving our capacity to predict when people are jumping or when people are doing the side to side cutting type movements. Yeah, interesting and it makes makes sense. So how how can researchers utilize this? I think not not too many physical activity researcher are using machine-learning. So how how could they use use this one? Yeah, it's a good question. So I think in general implementation of machine learning models is an issue. It's you know over the last I would say ten to fifteen years. There's been a lot of interest in the field of accelerometer e in improving the way we drive meaningful outcomes from our accelerometer data, the first method was you know, translating accelerometer data in the steps or activity counts and then using fairly simple techniques to to change or drive those like activity intensity metrics from Counts machine learning models are quite a bit more complex both to develop but also to the month Temptation and so you really don't see on any kind of scale people using Advanced analytic approaches for analyzing data. So, you know, your your question is a good one. How do we do this without machine learning? I think. As a researcher, it's pretty easy to look at your data to get an understanding of if your data seems to have a time a strong time dependency to it. For example the way we did it was pretty crude. We would just take a given in so we would just look at walking and we analyzed the number of times, you know, the number of instances in.

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Ns of resources on that Sir. Thanks thanks for those resources I also from your whip, Bates at you have written. Quite many other books would you like to tell a little bit about your your other books? Yes. While my main other book that I've written. Is My textbook that is a book called. Introduction to human factors and economics. And that's published by CRC press. And that's now in its fourth edition I wrote the first edition in Nineteen Ninety five and the fourth edition came out a couple of years ago, and that's mainly used as a textbook by universities who want to who courses in human factors, the economics or you have a cool seeing something else on want to put on. Some modules makes that book is also available from the publisher or from. Amazon. or any of the Internet booksellers but that comes with at instructor's manual that is full of lecturers kind of. Professes to help them prepare, lectures and details demonstrations. This is also gone answers tool with all of the questions in the book is the textbooks questions at the end of every chapter. There's also. A guide to to. Me a guide to toil tutorials seminars a book which is. Basically, to help lecturers come up with discussion topics seminars with their students. and. Also a package of five hundred powerpoint slides on his comebacks which could be used to support to the basis for for lectures. and Co Academics Universities to take the book as coolest text. Ole The artwork is a electric from the publisher. Sells some. Sounds. Cells all over the world it's in, it's in English and in Chinese. Chinese business. That's that's interesting. Any E said that it has like five hundred powerpoint slides that he can use. Yes. But. You have an academic adopted as a as a cool tex. Who's the publishers get something for nothing you know. Yeah. I I can see that and maybe related that you have been an academic researcher and you have moved more to consultant work and writing books. How do you? How do you feel the process of of writing books as soon as academic person? Well, I have A. I have a a view on that in that. People don't write books books than. In other words. The book already has to be inside you. So to speak and so when you write, it is just coming out. Might sound a bit strange but that's the way. That's the way I experienced it. So, when I think about the book, it's like you can see it in the distance through a telescope this around the room way, and you can see in his jail is complete. It just don't very clear. So you have to just sit down. A start writing? And as she sought writing, you just woke. Mentally, walking closer and closer to its is done. NASA. Yeah I I liked the idea and I think I understand what you mean. This podcast is sponsored by Fabian. FIBIA is an accurate sitting on physical activity tracking device and analysis platform is a great tool for projects that aim for behavior change and sedentary behavior incidental physical activity. fithian provides easy to understand PDF and web browser reports for participants. Other. Features include comparisons to recommendations, linking results to health risks, achievement cards, and interactive goal setting tool. In addition, fithian provides an API that allows for easy integration to other systems and applications. Learn more about Fabian at. Fabian DOT COM slash research. Fabian from researches to researchers. and. What would be your tips for academics who are thinking of of writing maybe a little bit more popular Academic Cook. Think of the title. So that's the only. Give tinky about the title. You cut the title. You'll have the book. If it's there, you'll have it and you'll just right Yeah I I like it I do have one of the popular books. Always distinguish supreme writing a book, Publishing Book. They're not to say. I have never written a book in order to publish it. Britain book to write it. And then I'll be fortunate in been published. But if people come to be insane published a book on that is an I would say full have you written it? Now. Okay well, go ride the book. So so did it's your voice that it really ride it before even before when you contact the publisher that you have it ready and then you approached the population. But when I wrote the first edition might textbook read the whole book. And then I sentenced publisher never released because most people don't do that..

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Physical Activity Researcher

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Keystone College, a small Liberal Arts College in northeast Pennsylvania in the USA. I obtained my master's degree piece in sports psychology from Liverpool join us. Moore's university. I mainly Research Culture and cultures and sport on organizational contexts. I. Accident Heavily from answer apology sociology course studies. Organizational Management Studies on critical scholarship in the social sciences and management to grown on developing ideas analyses armed applied practicies. The volume of qualitative research in the spacey's that I research working is a qualitative research helps me stay quite close to ground which is. Pretty vital in the area of culture since cultures concept uniquely concerned with people. Live on refers to the way people make sense of anti-trump meetings and therefore the world's. On the only to be invaded onto the physical activity researcher podcasts to answer the very intriguing question of what is most interesting fancies and qualitative research or physical activity. And truths of founders surprisingly difficult question to answer, which is perhaps an indication they're. They're actually l lots of possible onces. Such as the very good responses from previous guests adopters from Chechen Chung Guards Wiltshire on happy months for. I'll know Sir shamelessly boiled from my own response to the question. ABSO- commentary and a heard across each of their contributions was qualitative research. In all of its forms. Has To do stuff and buy stuff mean practice applied work. Social Transformation so call it what you want a qualitative research should ideally. Affect. Positively. Affect. The world that we live in. I think it was really tailing the each of the guests in their own way identified this characteristic of Quality Research As something. That has been a significant advancement to her field. And is increasingly showcased in qualitative work because I think. I'm probably speaking. Extensively from my own personal experience. That sometimes, it's very easy as a qualitative researcher to get caught up and. The analysis in the process of qualitative research. The careful. Description of people's lived experiences within perhaps pain as much attention as we could to the possibility for explanation or doing something. Beyond the research that contributes to? The world beyond the research process. And I think that's a trump that is particularly easy to fall into. In what is comparatively a fairly small and tight knit community of spore qualitative researchers..

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Physical Activity Researcher

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"When? Practicing the petition they move around in the city all the time. They find a good spot stay trainer for some time before they move on to a new spot. Ended the spots most often consists of just a coppola wolves or a couple of rails. And therefore, most of the time, this fish islands was actually able to capture the whole spot and the whole practice. So I put it on the top of a wall or something else and it kept everything was said and done in the practice. And after each training session I started by writing my film stop from memory. And after that I saw the footage trench gripping significant situation on talks and a noted down questions for further exploration in in my field. So the radio said enabled me to. In and out of my observation, watching the videos made me ask new questions to the situation that experience. And after that, I was able to follow up on that in my field work all in the in my follow up interviews with the participant. Besides advantages of letting him in out in my observation. I also experiences some other methodological strengths. It did make my presence as a researcher list disturbing. As I intended. Ended, also enabled me to actually absorb deeper into practice and research because I shouldn't worry about dating fill notes written down all all remember things seem Sheku David note down afterwards I didn't have to stress about this. But instead I could focus on the non miserable and the more bodily aspects of the practice. If? I. Had some important thoughts are experienced. I just went to the camera rarely closer and then I whispered my thoughts to the microphone and in that way there were also Saiffuddin. Use of Cameron. Also made it possible to supplement my analysis, which screen shots from the field. Work. At. It made it easier for me to give the reader of the PhD ticks the obstacles and idear off do physical setting and situation that I described analyze..

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Physical Activity Researcher

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Give yourself to that to be passionate about your meaning at itsel. Joe. Recreate Yourself, Doreen met yourself that would be okay. Let me drop a footnote here. Initials philosophy I think could appeal. Could be read by? To put simplistic two kinds of to title people to Qatar readers. One would a. Home being wants to recreate himself south like US right? The other type be. Few. Know the maker culture by great artists. Philosophers who give shape today on their culture that don't get aggravated a few not many could do that said, those are the so-called artists philosophers but then for all of all of the rest of us yet, regan? Read Nature Oregon thing nature, and then take anything we like. But then follow our passions of create our meanings for our own lives according our own inclinations on talents are on bodily constitution and all of that. So yeah. despair nature himself into despair. That would be. The sign of pessimism. Nature head subscribe to pessimism years under the influence of shopping are but he did see the contradiction pessimism name that we are living beings we are in life. Relive living. So basically all living beings stride to live right they live. So we are also living beings the ultimate animal being. Sold off all of. Which means that nominate to the fall into despair but We could fall into despair the that are we muscles strong life in the face of suffering I mean that's one of the biggest teachings of nature that that that even the birth of tragedy he was not really fully pessimists that that the great tragedy teachers on Stat. This suffering in life life began state accepted stage, but still a affirm suffering and live Google pass that live fully right So That's this teaching at a I know it's eas- done done. Way May be fortunate that right now we are talking about having this dialogue because we are not in deep suffering but dense that maybe human beings what in deep suffering for different reasons and they may not be able to you know Yeah. Follow their own passions but nonetheless..

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07:01 min | 1 year ago

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"That. Along the lines, someone doesn't think of their own. Their own behaviors as I'm GONNA go sit for eight hours or oh, I'm going to take a break from sitting to get up and changed my posture. Really do that when we get stuck in our little researcher perspective where we want to isolate behavior into one characteristic of it posture in reality people are not in that perspective in their daily lives and I think that's Those lines of research really important and reminding us that when we go to intervene with people where we try to understand the outcomes, FM K. behavior, we need to remember that when someone is in a certain posture whether that be standing lying sitting being active, can the person doing it? It's not about the posture and I think that were the person is mentally and how they represent what we think of as sitting is really important for considering motivation and the outcomes of sin. So I'm really excited to see where the research goes in terms of okay. Now that we remind ourselves that most people. Break down there days in ratios of sitting, standing lying and being active we need to input that back into the science we need to. Consider, what people are doing and how they're feeling and whether they're enjoying something or not. We consider the motivation for cemetery behavior and along those lines, we also need to consider that when we're intervening with behavior in understanding the outcomes are Megan and Ben's work along with several others. Remind us that we always want to isolate variables because in make science easier in more straightforward. But sometimes when we're dealing with humans, it's just not that simple. So I'm really excited to see how people who study sedentary behavior go about contextualising again and putting it back into the perspective of people's Daily Lives and talking about you know instead of intervening center behavior intervening behaviors. TAT's involves sitting that are detrimental for physical and mental how in really figuring out how to a motivate people to change those things and being how. To isolate the outcomes depending on what people are doing while they're serving and how they're feeling. It's really important that we understand behavior amongst a person's life instead of trying to isolate the pager regardless of what people are doing and how they're feeling during during engagement in behavior. So to me, that's the exciting thing this happening center behavior research, and I can't wait to see what experts out there come up with to saw that what I consider a relative a major problem in the field just in summary to try to. Make it more clear. What I'm trying to say is I think it's important to remember that cater behavior is not a thing to most people in their daily lives are not thinking intentionally about some to. And I think it's important and exciting to see the research. Goes beyond considering, Sunkei behavior is one thing but rather to contextualize it within people's lives where we look at people's motivation for being sedentary Andy How comes up and thanks. This podcast is sponsored by Fabian. Fabian is an accurate sitting and physical activity tracking device and analysis platform. It is a great tool for projects that aim for behavior change in sedentary behavior and incidental physical activity. fithian provides easy to understand PDF and web browser reports for participants. Other features include comparisons to recommendations linking results to health risks, achievement cards, and interactive gold setting tool. In addition, Fabian provides an API that allows for easy integration to other systems and applications. Learn more about Fabian at FIBIA DOT com slash resource-rich. Fabian from researches to researches. Hi this is horrible. pestle pro active life. Based in Finland University of Applied Sciences on Fithian Inc.. In my opinion, the most interesting things incendiary behave research at the moment. Or many. for example, there are many interesting things happening in how we can measure around reconized different aspects of our daily behavior during the day and my time. they're also pretty Lawrenson. high-quality interventions of they're showing health benefits of read using sitting time. All senator grew time more champion early on this very important in in understanding. kind of the real life potential afraid using seating. On I'm sure we'll. We'll see more of such interventions into future as well. While there's much to learn from the. Underlying mechanisms wise sitting hunt unhealthy. I think still the most interesting things and also the most meaningful things for the public are happening into behavioral side. So I'd like to see new things and ideas how radio's setting or perhaps if one could for the same time, if see our he too quick access intensity or or modified once diet and so on. So understanding these interactions between different behaviors for health outcomes is important. I'm Serbo Sales progress on kind of produce level for example, how we could modify our living environments at home at schools and workplaces but also on city infrastructure and policy levels such moment would be easier for us This could mean for example, designing public transit or active transport infrastructures on police for example, and I think one very important thing to consider as Wallace that's. This chains for an individual can be conscious or unconscious, and actually usually we don't even think about kind of to act of sitting down. So how we make activity just happen without thinking about it. So there's a law potential to design our life as south of people would kind of end up being more active with their lives running for about smoothly without needing to kind of consciously fight fight against our laziness, and this can be very difficult but but there's a.

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04:29 min | 1 year ago

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"By definition dot cannot be meaningful. So I think that's more like a question of there are so many things that. Are Interesting and. Should be explored further. Over sure for sure I think in your introduction you you made it very evident that there's a lot of work to be done in this in this on this topic for sure Hopefully we'll if getting spire anyone to join forces and do it that would be a good a good very result of this podcast. And then from your research I was also wondering that when you are talking about this age related differences in meaning in life that for example, young people would be more. A kind of oriented towards the head on his stick can achievements personal growth? Type of approaches or meanings if put it that way and an in your research, your arguing that it's these kind of meanings that are more readily available in in sports or that's why it would attract young people. But what about the older participants? What about the musters athletes or kind of? What are your thoughts on that? There are so many questions Nora I. I can't confess you dead if the current state if I was in an academic institution or research. If I was in a position in my life right now, where research was the predominant thing defer study I would do is exactly with master athletes because that sort of defeats. how I tried to defend two micrometer I. The scientific community later that this is worth investigating I mean as you mentioned, one of the ways in which I-, I- justified. The importance of meaning sport is that the researcher meaning live shows that more achievement oriented Seem to provide meaning to young people. by there's all sorts of athletes of all sorts of age and. I be really really curious to do even just like a some kind of like maybe start qualitative like we interviews to you know over seventy s committed athletes and see. What their sport east to them, which were mentioned yet but to me, that's the critical question. He's not really why do their sport because the sources are that if we can if we can. If. We can conceive that there are sources of meaning sport. You can see how those might also be like motives like it they could cross but to me that the question of what is your sport to you seems to be more directed towards meaning and Abi. So curious to us that to a sizable group of Master, athletes? Yeah? I guess just to say like in Ny P. H. D. Research I was I was interesting. The main concept I was looking at spirituality but from abroad perspectives on not just. Religious spirituality, but kind of involving this more humanistic understanding of that and so I wasn't starting out with the focus of looking into aging. But actually that came a big part of my research because when you get older if if you're a runner and now you realize that I'm not running any faster actually I'm slowing down I'm running slower than last year and probably next year I'm running even slower and then it comes like almost an existential crisis like what's if I was driven to do personal bests or win? Well most likely I'm not going to do either one of these. So then it comes to question like what's the point? For sure for sure and this resonates so well with me because. Water skiing as very akin to snow skiing is very approachable at all at all ages you can start a two or three a you can start at seventy five and still water ski or Snow Skiing. And, certainly we'd..

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