35 Burst results for "S. T. D."

"std " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"std " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"STD and 95819. Now standard text data rates may apply. Don't text and drive. It's the 25 K Payday on W M A L. Now Chris Plante cops are necessary. If you support the funding the police you can tested positive for stupid Senator John Kennedy. A simple truth and obvious truth. Nothing gets you in trouble like the truth. In today's America. The truth has been banned, more obvious. The truth is, the more it needs to be banned. It's the left what they do not want to make mandatory. They want to ban and vice versa. John Kerry betraying his country. We'll get to that in just a moment. Got a little Jen possess Key Gente Sachi from down Colonel Club from down at the Biden White House. Little bit or her. A little bit of this a little bit of that we got. I love that police story that we just played the Washington, DC police officer. Are you going to shoot me? Are you gonna kill me? Well, I know you're gonna be stabbing somebody. Are you gonna kill me like Makita? Bryant and the police officer said, Are you going to stab somebody like her, and now he's.

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Take back your sexuality at midlife With Dr. Becky Lynn MD

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

06:01 min | 3 months ago

Take back your sexuality at midlife With Dr. Becky Lynn MD

"All right, guys, welcome back to the show today. I'm really really thrilled. I have doctor Becky Lynn with me. She is the CEO and founder of avory women's health and she's also an adjunct associate professor of Ob-Gyn at Saint Louis University in st. Louis. And today we are talking just kind of having a conversation surrounding midlife took a pass libido and sex what more fun could we have the most fun? So welcome to the show and tell me a little bit about yourself your background and how you got interested in particularly midlife Women's Health. Yeah. So I'm an OBGYN and I sort of knew that I wanted to go into women's healthy before I went to medical school. I did some research in women's health and I loved it, but I went into medical school with an open mind who knows what I'm going to like and ultimately came out the other end wanting to do women's home. And then within OBGYN, you know, I practiced after I finished my residency. I practiced just did routine. Oh be normal, you know GYN stuff for six years and then I ended up finding my niche in sexual medicine and menopause and it's sort of fell into my lap because I'm not afraid to talk about it, especially the sexual aspect, you know, people would come back and ask me questions and I you know, I sort of realized the importance of it and how it was something that a lot of providers either don't feel comfortable discussing or the patients don't feel comfortable discussing but it's a really big important part of a woman's life sexuality. And so it was easy for me to talk about it. I found the time, you know, I took the time at that point to find out which the international Society for the study of women's sexual health, and that's where I really got all of my training in sexual medicine because you don't learn much about it in residency. And so you really dead Fortunately, hopefully that's changing but unfortunately have to go get that information on your own and then I brought that information back to my practice and I could really help my patients. And as far as menopause go, you know, we were saying before we started recording how much sexual issues and women overlap with menopausal problems. Not always twenty-year-olds can have problems with sexuality and 35 year olds and thirty year olds, but at the menopause when your hormones are changing or your you know, you lose your estrogen or testosterone is low that can really really affect sexuality not just Iraq but also lead to painful sex and orgasm difficulties. So they sort of naturally came together for my practice and I feel really strongly about treating these issues and educating women were advocating for women in the space. Yeah. How do you find success in having these conversations with your patients? Do you at this place? They probably know you as the doctor who knows a lot about this but starting out. How did you find success in in Breaking that Gap in midlife care? I think if that I I mean, I think that I'm sort of naturally non-judgmental and easy to talk to and I and I I I say thank you to my mother because my mom has the same way and I think she taught me to live life and and not make people feel bad about the issues that they're having. I tell her all the time. I am who I am cuz her but that I just I feel and I don't think there's any like special truck. It's just and that's probably part of the reason I went into being a physician because I feel that way. So I really, you know, I set up an easy environment for women to talk about because both sexuality and not as you know, menopause are some huge changes in a woman's life, but women don't learn about that, right we talk all about puberty. We talk about don't get pregnant. Don't get STDs, but we don't tell you that, you know dead. Painful sex is going to happen a couple of years after your period stop. So and it's embarrassing. It's very embarrassing sometimes for women to bring up and one thing that I notice and I've heard a couple of times in my practice is I will come in and they're like, oh my gosh, you know sex is painful. I have terrible vaginal dryness. My partner thinks I don't like him anymore and the woman's like that's not the issue. I don't know why it's dry, but they had no idea it had anything to do with the menopause because it happens mostly a couple of years after and so they're terrified and and so it's you know, it's really important to make sure that women know off of the changes that happened during the menopause. I know I certainly couldn't agree with you more listening is such a such a value and I find that patients find it very rare these days off we're doctors to be able to take the time to listen, it's funny when you do what are some of the most common scenarios are common complaints that you here pretty commonly. I know you were touching on them off. So I would say that the two most common issues. Well three now three most common issues that I see are low libido. Painful sex and weight gain, which goes along with the menopause? Yeah. That's just I guess I would lump weight gain with the whole constellation of menopausal symptoms. So hot flashes night sweats mood swings brain fog joint aches painful sex low libido. Like there's a whole constellation of those that go together. In fact, I talked to somebody this morning who she just didn't know where to turn because she just you know could name the list of all the things that were going on. So, I think that whole, you know sort of I want to say metabolic syndrome that doesn't sound very good but you know like that whole constellation of symptoms and then also painful sex and low libido. This would probably be my top three. Yeah. Well, let's jump into bed at treating painful sex. So in my brain and I would love to

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"std " Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"std " Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

"Pats like if i don't i'm not paying attention i'm just going you type it. Autocorrect to all caps. And i'm like why. Why does it think that jon bonuses. Last name has to be capitalized every letter. That's how i right definitely now. I text but it's been doing that for about half a year. One thing that you can do also is install a third party keyboard. My when i use as it's called swift key you can actually put a custom picture behind it. I don't just do that for for shits and giggles do it because i've been actually using it sets. What's the picture of Shawn mendez job. These doing the devil horns thing. That's kind of sick. I wanted is picture with me and china and like that but anyway I've been using his android. And it's kept my account since and so every word that i've ever typed that's different from like a like like hawker us in the dictionary but you know what i mean like picture marnie marty for and some type morning donor comes up right away But it it's been really helpful. I highly recommend looking at because there's not just. There's other keyboards well to fix that issue. That when you're on twitter when you're on whatever and you're automatically goes to that keyboard yes yeah so it was like four or five years ago. They allowed third party keyboards. Then come and by the way. I do want to say this to if gonna get an iphone like a new iphone like the twelve any of the newer ones from this This past year. Get a screen protector clear. Ipo that's the thing is they've got the student called. It's called ceramic shield and helps with like drops. It's it's it's very very strong against if heard of dropping it's not going to shatter which is great. Promise it scratches like a motherfucker and it's basically like a i mean it's a you can kind of see it a little bit. I didn't get on your mind and it is. I had an iphone. Ten for three years never had a scratch on it never had an issue didn't have a screen protector on..

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"std " Discussed on Past Episodes

Past Episodes

05:21 min | 5 months ago

"std " Discussed on Past Episodes

"Everyone. Welcome to another episode of dateable a show all about modern dating and along with modern dating. There comes consequences as we all know we've talked about you know people flaking and ghosting. But what about std's i mean. That's also a consequence of modern dating today and today we have an expert. Her name is dr sheila lan and she is.

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How to Schedule Your Time More Effectively

Marketing School

04:48 min | 9 months ago

How to Schedule Your Time More Effectively

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about how to schedule your time more effectively. So I don't have tons of tips on this one. I know air probably does more than me but I'm GonNa give you the two tips that I do and then the rest is all eric. The first is I have assistant that helps me a law you can always hire. A virtual assistant, there's a lot of sites offer that, but that's one way. The other thing that I do is a checklist everything that needed accomplish during that day. Literally I have a checklist for each and every single day and I accomplish it. You don't go to sleep unless you convert your sick you better still combat ship before you go to see and you'll figure out how to get it done and then sometimes like. I want that extra time on. Monday to do x Y and Z, or want to take that vacation while if I had a checklist the next two weeks, which do because they start creating bands. Okay. If I want that vacation that time off I need to go and complete. Things. All those checklists of coming weeks. If we're GONNA, take that time off, and that's my way of just getting the most out of my time. The funny thing is even when you take the time off, you still have a new checklist. So we're. On vacation onboard. My wife loves sending places I and stuff like that, and I don't care for the sending places some psycho. Yeah you go on the beach and do what everyone and I'M GONNA. Go critic neutral rethink more work than. So similar I used to have a really long list as an early my career really long list of things I. Remember watching this video is like you know a lot of people have a lot of these TD's right STD's can mean different things but in this case is has shit to do so you don't WanNa do that 'cause the problem is if you do that, you don't have any priorities and so what I learned over the years this is very similar to kneel as well. I, have a checklist right in fact now have physical. A physical checklist. Now, where I write things usually I try to keep it to three main things i. get those things done like it's a good day. So that's up what I do and in front of me I, have my top goal for the year and I tried to center everything I do around those my checklist based on those. So I don't try to do all these other things because otherwise I'm like I really work on too many things and if I try to add all these, here's this other. Here's is like I'm always bringing. Neil are talking about these ideas all the time Oh what do you think about this? What do you think about this but that's too much. You have to be able to focus otherwise it gets crazy. So that's one piece I do definitely recommend in EA I actually use a service called belay solutions recommended by our mutual friend said I got this great year by the way most as don't work well with me I think difficult to work with but I remember that time we interviewed a all prisons. Amazing. You should hire them I'm like, no, thank you too expensive. Do you remember that? As like two years ago you're like I read this EA. They're awesome at. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I, was like one thank you. Two hundred grand super expensive and like no thank you. Don't, but it doesn't have to cost a lot of money to do the stuff that Eric and I are talking about even with the h you can get someone to help you out for like I. Kid you not like a few hundred bucks a month virtually. So there's couple services there's one called Shepherd support, shepherd, DOT com. So type in that and you can get they actually have a really. Good vetting process for Filipino, Vase and some people might complain about that. But there are some really good ones bolaise a little more expensive I think it goes up to forty or fifty bucks an hour but my ea comes military background. So she could take the heat when I bring the heat boom boom boom boom and she's like, yeah, give me more give me more. She gets stronger from it. Unlike, yes, exactly what I need. So you gotta think about your personality, they will help block time off for you. I think I still use my scheduling links. So you schedule once I don't know if you do this the old but I, think there's a season for things right there seasons where you try to keep your calendar completely empty and their seasons words like scheduled like crazy. So for me right? Now a Mondays, all my one on ones. All of I have themes, all ones, autism meetings those are Monday Tuesdays and Wednesdays are more free for Friday's like this. I have no meetings. The only meetings I do are what Neil like this fighters are all for strategic thinking time blocked out. So I can I have the space to think about things Neil how do you do you do know meetings right? Eddie meetings but not that many period like I just cut back on the meetings altogether and I realized like meetings are inefficient. Yeah. I just call I need something. Yeah. I'll be the first to say, yes, he does that the other thing too is instead of doing like forty five minute meetings thirty minute means cut it to fifteen minutes US county or whatever make default your fifteen minutes 'cause usually you'll find that you can fill that time quickly you drag it out to thirty and it's just like people start it's called

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Hurting for Money

Thank God I'm Atheist

05:08 min | 10 months ago

Hurting for Money

"Hi, guys well from Beautiful Salt Lake City Utah. It's thank God I'm atheist the podcast I'd Frank Feldman and I'm Dan Beecher and coming up on the show today. Dan. Giving out money. Just. Thrown around. Making it rain. I WISH I mean they're doing that for some. I don't know my my my. GIG economy unemployment insurance is is winding down and I don't think I'm going to get any more. So Oh, I'm not excited. About that. But no, I know the the yet the government has found a very worthy repository. For a bunch of our money, our tax money, and let me tell you dear listener. You Ain't GonNa like it. Yeah. Yeah. Not Not a good look. We'll be getting to that. But in the meantime, Dan? Yeah. There's some new psychological research Dan. Okay, that seeks to. Link, atheism. To something and I wanna I wanna I I'm curious. To hear your response. because. Is. It is it. Is it linking. Atheism STD's because that just because we're all sluts. No. In fact to. Emotional suppression. Oh Oh. Oh. Yeah. I duNNo. I feel about that. This is what I'm saying. They did. They did this research on a group of one thousand, fifty, nine undergraduate psychology students. Surveyed them right and they about their religious beliefs and had them complete an assessment of their emotion regulation tendencies, right? Okay. and so about half the participants. Were Christian thirty percent agnostic or non religious fifteen percent identified as atheist and. The remainder was A mix of Muslims Hindus Buddhists Jewish. And then apparently a smattering of others. But Yeah. So what they found is that the self identified atheists. were. More likely to report engaging in emotional suppression meaning. They were more likely to agree with statements like when I am feeling positive emotions I am careful not to express them. K which which is interesting They also took eight atheists an eight religiously affiliated undergraduates They were recorded. As they described a recent experience that made them feel frustrated or annoyed. And a recent experience that made them feel happy or joyful and. A hundred undergraduates watch those videos, right? Okay and they they watched it with audio turned off. And they they re they raided the speakers emotional expressive, nece, their trustworthiness, and they're like ability. Okay and they just based on on seeing them not here. Just watching them talk and tell the story that was an emotional story. Right. Interesting And they had absolutely no idea about which speaker was atheist or Catholic or whatever. And they found that the the atheist were seen as less emotionally expressive on average when compared to the religiously affiliated individuals. Interest. And so they say, let's see this is the researcher. Speaking says compared to non, atheist. which includes acknowledged sticks and the nonreligious as well as believers atheists are not more likely to manage their emotions by thinking differently about situation that was one of the I'm sorry there was this other thing where they. Tried to assess. After, you've had an emotional experience like. Do you try to reassess the emotional the emotions that you felt and the how strong those emotions were right. And so you're saying that the atheists are not more likely to manage their emotions by thinking differently about situations atheists are more likely to resist expressing their emotions however and people. Noticed this even if they don't know someone is an atheist.

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"std " Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"std " Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

"Because driver. Dan You and because of new kids new woke kids or like Robert Downey. Junior did iron man in black face and no one wants to talk about is talked about through the whole movie in. It's to the point of the moot that how like there's literally a black actor out talking shit to breath. What are you doing but I get? How is like fuck that? Y'All just wanted to have this league in black face but just the point like that's the point. And here's what's crazy is when when tropic thunder came out I'll still working in California pizza kitchen and I knew a girl wages there who was like. I heard that they're making fun of challenged people. Don't WanNa Watch it because I work with mentally challenged you know. Here's the thing. They're not making fun of misery. Townspeople there making fun of even back. Then it was like they're making fun of how ridiculous the extent Hollywood will go to to get their accolades. And it's Ben Stiller doing a shady impression mentally challenged person. That's the point. They're trying to make it look like they're showing. How ridiculous it did. The whole thing is making fun of actors different types of actors. You got the hardcore Doug. Who's gay you've got the Family friendly guys fucking drug addict. You've got Oblivious black face and you got the idiot who goes full. That's the point buzz like I. I could see how that can go over people's heads Xenos and people just don't want to think but I think it was all well done. I just saw something today where they were like I forgot what what they call it. Basically they were accusing as low bureau of doing black face right so it was It was one of these rallies people against the Lockdown and shit like that had to low why girls in like fucking American flag leotards and Shit one has on Donald Trump. Mass has on Obama Mask. And they're dancing to this Parody the candyman. We're talking about the government just taking over in taking your freedom this shit like that. It was an anti government rally. The girls were wearing presidential mass because they were being the government and they were dancing out to lyrics the shit and like literally a Halloween. And there's another not black right there but you will call this black face. It's fucked the government face if anything but I'm like so are we saying that a non black person can't wear Halloween Masks of purser. Who's black or is fuck it racist or wrong or socially say yo this so much actual race so much. We don't need to make shit up to be mad at Man. Look what you just said is so poignant in terms of Wabi gone through my time line. The type of ship people are mad at and about. I'm like bread. The world is the ending. Yeah everybody in dying. Y'All still want to argue about this trivial as like Super Tegel. Sit for what is so. It's so fucking ridiculous all right. Thanks Jason I guess I'm Rick Shirks Lay and Y'all or senator uh Thank the Lord and say back..

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11 Trivia Questions on Movie Mashups

Trivia With Budds

05:53 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Movie Mashups

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Warning Sign

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

07:45 min | 1 year ago

Warning Sign

"Today. We're discussing warning signs starring Sam Waterston. Kathleen Quinlan my Italian cousin Koto. Jeffrey Demon directed by HAL bar. Would this is Arnie? From Quarantine and Stewart and this is the CO host feels rage beautiful rage Jacob. Yes folks I am in Quarantine. I've actually broken quarantine. I have not left my bedroom in eight days. I have broken quarantine to come to the recording studio so we could record about plague and I'm glad to hear that you're up. You sound pretty good. It sounds like things are going. Well Yeah this is not a joke or a bit people. Yeah Yeah you're awfully chipper about it but just to put it in perspective. You seem to be dealing with it well and we're glad about that. We usually record on Wednesdays. I came down with it on the Thursday after recording. I had like six days of hell and I'm back for this feeling my best. I haven't gotten the results of the coverted test back. I did get one of the coveted Cova tests. They did take a cotton swab and stick and so for up my nose. I think they swabbed my frontal lobe. I don't think I have cove it. I got a flu or something. I don't think I'm sick enough for coveted. But in an abundance of caution yes our local respiratory clinic has ordered me into isolation for two weeks but yes. I felt like if there's a movie that I should break quarantine to discuss. Its warning sign in our viral outbreak series. Yeah because they break a whole lot of rules in this film Yes. The nineteen eighties is a huge decade. For pandemic you know the AIDS crisis explodes. I wanted to cover one of those films. But they weren't made in the one thousand nine hundred. Eighty s yeah. They all came out in the nineties. Right they did. I mean let's just call it. What it is. You couldn't be gay on screen in the nineteen eighties. It was this big taboo and if they dealt with AIDS. It was usually like an very sensitive. Tv movie like an Early Frost or like an indie film. Like one of Steve buscemi's early parting glances and none of them talked about it as an epidemic. They were just stories about gay life and one of the characters would be infected with HIV can see. I remember the one aides. Tv movie. I think from the eighties that I remember. It wasn't even about gay life. It was about a got it from a blood transfusion. Oh yeah they didn't even want to address that Ryan White. He was a hemophiliac definitely. Did try to push that narrative and that story and one of the lessons we can learn about pandemic is until it touches everybody. It's very easy to marginalize or at least a celebrity. That's when Reagan notice when his buddy rock Hudson died of HIV. That's when he's like. Oh maybe we should use some government money to research this. Yes it took. I think seven years from becoming does outbreak in San Francisco. Bath houses to being something that the president would talk about. But my dad was there. Here's the weird thing about my life I knew about. Std's before I knew about sex. My Dad led the Public Health Department on Sexually Transmitted Diseases. One of my earliest memories was that he had this shirt that said stamp out sex in really big letters and then in tiny letters at ped- dash usually transmitted diseases and he walked around the mall and people would point. I wanted to just crawl under awry. They just think it was like he's anti-sex because that's what it sounds like. He was so funny to get those reactions but he was there and he'd come home from work and he's looked yes. I'm going to all the gay bars. Were doing all this outreach. Because of this grid this gay cancer as it was described in the early eighties and eventually became known as eights. And if you want to see a movie around this time that was about it. I think you'd have to look at like fatal attraction. I actually think the whole erotic thriller genre is really a Metaphor about AIDS. Like the idea that if you step out on your wife or you do anything. Outside of your monogamous relationship is going to kill you like many cases. It's just a bitch with a knife but she's eight that's what it is. I never thought about it that but I do like those movies and I did think those movies more than AIDS kept men celebrate. Yeah and if you want to see a movie about the AIDS pandemic one of the earliest made. It was an. Hbo Movie in the Early Nineties was based on a book by randy shells and the band played on the movies kind of me but he's got a lot of celebrities in a lot of recognizable faces and it does a good job of at least telling you the history about how it all unfolded and what it was like. During that time when AIDS equal death there were no drugs. There was no hope and many people felt like it was in times. I really liked that movie. When we get to the review of contagion what contagion reminded me. Most of is in the band played on down. But let's talk about a different kind of outbreak. Yeah I'm surprised out of all the eighties. This is the outbreak movie that you picked Zombie Movie. Yeah I mean what? What else is there? I was looking at least this is a movie about does deal with an actual virus was being discussed. Here is real. I don't know if it's accurate to all the symptoms that you can acquire from it but Borna is an infectious disease that did break out in a little German town and we can discuss it so it had some validity that was the criteria. Oh so that part's real. Yes I had no idea that people ever died and came back. That's really happening. I'm not seeing. The screen is an accurate representation. What I'm saying is I looked for an outbreak movie that had some scientific backing and this writer director was very proud to say he did his research and he wanted this to be as real as possible. Who's even behind that like? Did this come out in theaters. I've never heard of warning sign and I saw it a lot. It was always on cable. I think what happened was this is a first time director. It was someone that had worked a lot with Lucas and Spielberg. He was a ghost rider on close encounters and script doctor and work on return of the Jedi behind the scenes. And what have you? And he was finally getting. His first and his last movie Bar would would never direct again but he wrote the script for Sugarland Express and he just knew the right people. I look this guy up. I've seen a ton of his work. Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures Indiana Jones in his infernal machine. I played all of those. Yeah on the commentary of this Blu Ray that I had. He basically said that he knew even while he was finishing. This movie. Directing wasn't for him he was getting into this whole video game craze. That was happening and that is where he put all of his energy but at the time he thought he would want to try his hand behind the camera after writing so many scripts his thought was. I've written scripts on the cheap. So much can it be that hard to write movies on the cheap so much. The answer is yes. This movie struggled for budget. Fox was very frugal about wanting to give this movie. Anything at the end. I guess it was a big battle with the producers and the studio to studio punishment was. We're going to put you out at the end of summer. August released not good the week after return of the living dead. So you know like if people even wanted to see Zombie movie the much better Zombie Film. They're not going to go to warning sign. This didn't even crack the top twenty disappeared. A blip you wouldn't have known it happened but it was always on cable and I just always saw pieces of it and I wanted to connect to again. I can't say I was excited but I wanted to connect the images in my mind and what they were talking about. It reminded me a lot of andromeda strain that pace the tone the kind of characters that were in it. It felt much more SCIENC- than your average Zombie movie.

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Native America Calling

16:24 min | 1 year ago

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"And we'll go back to Becky Jones. Who's here with US and Albuquerque New Mexico? She is a sexual health educator and she's also the education manager for the Community Health Workers Program at Planned Parenthood Becky thank you for being here with US and Back to that question a lot of times just asking that question of a partner More even you know. How do you get that conversation? Going about making sure Both of you understand your status when it comes to STD's Any thoughts becky. Yeah so. That's the question right. It's how do I ask my partner? They haven't Sti and this is something that we get in the classroom. A lot and even from community to community members so Well the way that we explain it to folks and what we recommend is getting tested before and after a new partner so if you're interrelationship and you're and you're only having sex with one person. It's good to get tested before you get to that relationship. And then academic relationship and If you're in a relationship and you've probably already having sex. You know asking the question like well. Do you have an STI. Chances are the other person is going to be like. No fine look at me. There's a look like I look sick. And so this is a good talking point to bring up How Sti as you know? The most common sense enforce sexually transmitted infections is no symptoms at all so even though someone might say no. I'm fine I still look at me. That doesn't fully explain what could be inside their body so we do recommend that you know they should go and get tested so instead of asking straight up. Hey you have an sti we can say. Hey let's test it together that way you know my status and I know your status right so if two people don't have any SEI's and they have all this sex together they can't create an Sti because neither of them are infected. And if you're someone who does have sex with multiple partners or you're in Pali relationship then Getting tested Maybe that looks like once a month. Hugh maybe every couple of months either way. We still recommend using condoms internal and external condoms and dental dance. When having sex in these are things that you do encourage people to talk with their healthcare providers right Becky. Yes so. We got questions about what happens. 'cause they're still that You know like what happens when I go to the doctor. Happy get naked when I get to the doctor and say no You know most of the time. The doctor will ask you questions. And it's good to be honest about type of sex. You're happy so most people think all you have to do with Peanut Cup however if you're having anal sex vaginal sex or oral sex Either of those three. You might have to walk past yourself. And the doctor will usually give you the small with the cup and you could slob whichever areas you're having sex with and You can also ask for additional. Hiv task has passed. You know whatever concerns you have. You should ask your doctor and remember that. It's going to be confidential between you and your doctor Nicole anything to Ed because when we say testing. Beck's giving us a view into this. Is there anything else you just would like to Educate more on when we say we're going to get a test nickel all right Also here with us today Is Andrew Gains Janine waters both with New Mexico Department of Health I'll toss that to both of you if there are any thoughts on that Janine For I'm.

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Native America Calling

04:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Well I see shift happening right now with younger people and it's really awesome. There's so many people like really taking full Your economy over their bodies like they stand for You know who they are where they're at and I do a purification program. I did appear education program at Dhaka and I got to work with students who were specially in once they graduated. They became young sex educators themselves. They were Talking to their peers they were providing condoms demos for their peers. They were doing presentations around birth control and FBI and so it was nice to see more programs like this. That were funded for USA. Start gaining this knowledge early so that they can train their friends and their peers. Because we see that shift we see that that knowledge being taken appears talking to other peers. You know. Sometimes people don't WanNa have Someone like me anti becky coming in and doing education so it's nice to have Young people being involved Yeah in Becky. How do you bridge that you can you know? Get some of these young people involved in in there really You know they really get it. And then of course that young voice peer to peer that whole lot of value in Younger circles in. How do you bridge? What young people are doing with? Maybe even their parents because I could easily see how somebody does this really well in school and with their peers and then the moment they get home. They can't talk about this stuff With their parents or their grandparents How do you bridge those together? So that there's just this nice flow Going from you know these great peer educators to maybe even With their parents or other family members. Yeah that's try to round up the parents to have parent nights and start having these conversations from My experience with breaking the community. I've gotten a lot of support from elders. I've had a lot of Algeria's saying they want their grandkids to learn this. You know talk to their grandkids Show them how to use condoms and With the US I heard from parents say my kid has learned so much. They're teaching me sex education at home so their parents are learning all of this because what it comes down to. The parents have low self esteem and low confidence when it comes to talking about that with their kids. It's because they didn't get it when they were younger. And so this is like a totally new topic area of what they're learning and you know it can't be scary it can't be scary And so it's just it's about. I think community prevention. It's about using the whole community together and having conversations with everyone and We've also been doing Works talk to for community members In Navajo Nation in Gallup's we did a recent workshop with The FBI task force in Gallup's in September. And that worked out pretty well. We've got to go over values and boundaries to emperor a question Basic Sti information because a lot of educators out there you know they have the information you know in what causes They know what type of treatment is needed but having these conversations with people around values around You Know Algebra. T Q terms around Answering questions can't be pretty tough. I think right there that that is something in and like to hear. Just your advice on how you get those. How you formulate those questions in in. How do you talk to a partner There's all there in. Maybe that is another aspect. Nicole to of that doesn't get discussed enough. Hey there's more ahead. Hey Ivan good to see you two. What brings you here. I'M INFORMING PEOPLE. About the twenty two instances the senses. Yeah everyone knows about that. They don't they really don't but I do. And when we participate helps determine funding for things like grants and programs in our communities cool. That's good to know the census for all American Indians and ALASKAN.

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Native America Calling

12:41 min | 1 year ago

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"New Mexico is Becky Jones. She is a sexual health educator and she's also the education manager for the Community Health Workers Program at planned parenthood. She is dinette. My pleasure to have her here. Welcome becky. How great great to hear Your Voice Becky and also joining us from Santa Fe. New Mexico's Nicole Gonzalez. She's a nurse Midwife Medical Director for Changing Woman Initiative. She is also deny my pleasure to have her here Nicole. Welcome good morning. Hello Nice to be here in ladies No you both do a lot of work in the community in when we hear a numbers are high especially when it comes to our native communities. What do you think that really translates to start off nickel? Well I feel like it translates to Education around if TD testing and also acknowledging what the barriers are for community to come and get tested And also their perceptions around the different kinds of teas that are circulating in our communities And of course importantly consent informed consent to testing what they're being tested for how things are collected I think that's all part of it. I feel like when we see those high numbers increasing over time You know the medical perspective it's a it's a disease process and it's in our communities I actually don't like bat the way our communities are described to those numbers And really it's only a small piece of like what's happening in the community versus the full story around access to care as well as education And then of course values and culture around Sexually Transmitted Disease Sexuality Education. All of those things I feel like contribute to those numbers being higher than the rest of the world arrested the United States But that's what I how I understand it. It's just you know. And then that's the thing about statistics. Information is it's it's only a small glimpse of what's happening. It doesn't tell the full story what's happening in communities around this Nicole. I'm sorry about that. I wanted to follow up on something you just said when you talk about values and culture. What do you mean by that? Well I feel like you know what had been set earlier around shame around. Std's or having an S. T. D. is an important thing to think about and discuss And also just sexuality and how view our bodies I think this those perceptions are different and there's also gender bias between male and female having an St in shame associated with them. And so when you talk about culture values in in our communities like you know we have twenty one. I'm sorry I believe it was twenty. Three federally recognized tribes in Mexico. You know and there's multi there's matriarchal and patriarchal societies within those tribes and so absolutely women are affected in are treated differently than male are when it comes to an S. T. D. And also the shame around body and and and our sexuality is definitely viewed differently But also like sexual behavior is multiple partners preliminary like there's all these different type of sexuality partnerships that are evolving with the Times that contribute to these numbers. That isn't really talked about you. Know we talk about this monogamous relationship. Where a city is. Show up and it surprised. Of course there's a negative constantly negative thing associated with that but you know our communities all look very different and not everyone is in a monogamous relationship and and also recognizing those type of things as part of the education process. And not just assuming you know you're in this men and female relationship And so that's I guess that's what I mean by culture values in Nicole when we start connecting all of these things together. How are we able to really maybe even You know bring down. Std rates even the ones that are unspoken. I think looking at the systems and the barriers associated to the systems Since I founded the changing woman initiative where we're working more in the community and not in the hospital. Are you studying and being able to work from that side of things you really get to get a perspective of what the patients and communities experiencing and trying to engage the system which is IHS or some other private hospital clinic to access care and then you really get to see how challenging it is to make an appointment to have insurance you know. And then of course. There's the privacy piece of trying to make an appointment same day to get care and so you really got to see like some of those challenges on their side and when you work within a system like you don't really ever see those challenges just you know you you have a list of clients you see in the same day and you just know that. So you're GonNa see you don't know you know the transportation issue to get there or the lack of pharmacy axis in that community. You know for us. We tried to Provide Women's health and STD's testing and support in someplace like wind Iraq. And I couldn't even my prescription to order Medication wasn't even honored the hospital that I was there and so because it's a closed system. It's hard for outside type of businesses or any private practice providers to come into the community and start providing a service when it doesn't link up with IHS and how they function and so there's those types of systematic barriers that I see contribute to higher numbers Especially in these rural areas. When you just have one I interest facility. And that's all that's available and most of the time people who call me for care having some weird discharge they wanNA talk about. Oftentimes they don't present with that issue right away like they want. They talk about other problems. I and then when they see me they might slip later that they want sti testing and so they're not always forthcoming with even when you make an appointment that that's what they want for you to do with them to check for STD's which leads also down the whole path of like education you know what s td testing. Are they looking for? How do they WANNA get tested? How is it collected People just assume. Std's as like comedian. Gonorrhea they don't think about demonise or herpes or that those are blood tests or syphilis or HIV And so it's like having a very long conversation and educating them about what type of sad testing they're actually looking for and then also going Through their their sexual history and their sexual health as to whether those tests are appropriate to order with them Unfortunately what a here is you know when people want to do testing like they. Just get the full gamut. There's no you there's not a full consent to what they're testing for and there's no education about the tests that are being ordered to check for certain things So I don't know if that's because the system is distressed with so many you know you have to see so many patients in a day. Somebody wants testing. And you're like okay. I'm going to order everything versus all right. This is an opportunity to educate about what type of tussle ordering and get their consent if they really wanted What I see in the hospital setting is. Hiv testing isn't a consent process. It's just assumed it'd be part of the panel that's ordered And thinking about when you screen and test for. Std's as a women's health provider often offer that type of testing to all women who come to who I see for care. Especially if it's a well woman visit And then also if they're if they're self pay or they're paying with insurance you know there's usually a cost associated with that so we talk about that so that's what I'm talking about the consent process can't just all these tests and assume they have the funds to pay for them if they're not living in community But also thinking about rule I mean Not Real but urban communities so there's a lot of native people in students who come to a and Santa fe or their UNM or like in Durango up there in Fort Louis which has a lot of native students you know. Where do they go for healthcare. They're out of their service unit. You know they don't have insurance. So how are they gonNA GET STI testing In those areas where they're going to school and they don't have the funds to pay for it and so there's I feel like there's there's challenges and barriers within IHS and how it functions that actually contribute to higher numbers on native communities I don't know if anyone's looking at that and it's real interesting to hear you talk about this path in in all the things that often don't get considered and then you think of somebody who is concerned about their own health in in a lot of times if you don't know the right questions to ask or the things to talk to your doctor about often. They go overlooked or e-verify You know it's something that you just don't have knowledge about and so you skip it and so I can see how These different things woven together if they're working if they're working together or functioning in unison than maybe understanding more about this can happen but yes. You're right a lot of times. We don't even get into these kinds of conversations and then of course that stigma that's involved Puts another layer to it and maybe we do have some health care workers Who are listening today. Maybe you have thoughts on how to crack into this kind of conversation or maybe even making some of these systems flow together. You can join us one. Eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight is the number Nicole. Thank you for sharing that and Becca turn to you anything you see is contributing to the rise of STD's and native America. Go ahead. Oh I completely agree with what Nicole was saying and what everybody else is saying. Is You know stigma and can be very powerful in our communities especially when we're talking about sexually transmitted infections I see it. You know perpetuated going from elders down trickling down. You know the family line you. And so what I'm trying to do in sex educator in the community what we're trying to do to provide preventative action and give some support and You know self confidence to parents who might need a little extra push in having these conversations sex educators and educators in general one person and provide information. Maybe once a year a couple of times a year. It's not gonNA be constantly there so we definitely You know try to encourage parents to start having these conversations with their you and so there's lots of different programs That we provide a planned parenthood to try and Start these conversations with parents. Answer any questions that they have Because there's a lot of misinformation there. I mean the stigma. There's so much stigma around getting tested. There's so much stigma around our algae bt Q. Community there's Even and you know bad information through Pop Culture. You know we see movies and you watch movies. There's our social media instagram facebook. And there's so much stigma around getting tested around sex that you know it can't be understood. It's understandable to see how young person or persons scared to go and get tested and he ridiculed because there's still that stigma going to ICS and you know you're anti or your mom might work there so of course you probably don't WanNa go there but with you know the lack of access to going to other healthcare facilities. That's probably you're only twice Yeah and it's it's it's a lot. It's a lot in picky. What changes when you're having the conversation with younger people as opposed to adults or even.

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Native America Calling

02:03 min | 1 year ago

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"Times on the next native America calling support by dreams. Bring a nonprofit community lender for over twenty five years dream. Spring has been increasing access to business credit for entrepreneurs across New Mexico Arizona and beyond dream spring offers loans for self employed entrepreneurs startups and large established enterprises information about flexible credit requirements affordable rates and customized lending available by calling eight hundred five zero. Eight seventy six twenty four or online at Dream Spring Dot Org. You're listening to native America calling him target with from a setup blow and today we're discussing sexually transmitted diseases and infections the CDC designates April is National St awareness month. Native Americans have some of the highest rates of COMMITTEEA gonorrhea and syphilis. Education is key to prevention. Do you have questions about? Std's join our conversation by calling one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine native with us today in New Mexico..

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Native America Calling

10:57 min | 1 year ago

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"C Section Manager for the Infectious Disease Bureau of the New Mexico Department of Health Deneen is S. TD program manager in the Infectious Disease Bureau of Mexico Department of Health as well my pleasure to have both of them here. Andrew and Janine welcome and let's start with just where the current rates are quoted A twenty eighteen. Cdc Article Is there any more? You can expand on that Andrew. Start US off. Thank you so much and thank you for inviting us to join you. we're Very proud of the work that is happening right now in New Mexico There's a lot of leadership both on a statewide and then some specific work with our native communities We have a great working relationship with nomination. Insulate the social hygiene program. That does a lot of the same work. We do Yes it's a problem of nationwide. As to erase have been going up for several years of our reportable sexually transmitted diseases. That includes syphilis. That includes gonorrhea that includes COMMITTEEA. We're most concerned obviously about syphilis The potential for a mom to give it to her baby during pregnancy. That would be a congenital. Case of very serious health outcomes there And the rates have been going up nationwide for quite a few years since a low really an all time. Low in two thousand. Now we're seeing on the way in Texas and and that's true everywhere it's true in our state of New Mexico though we've been fortunate to lag so the huge rise of three or four years ago when we came here in the last two But unfortunately it's yours well And our native communities I think the CDC report says it we do a lot of work Under the leadership we have in in our department and our governor To respond so testing treatment partner investigation et Cetera Trying to make sure we work with communities to stop the spread engineering and turn to you any more information. You'd like to share just giving the full picture of how much this affects. Um Communities and of course specifically need communities. Well yes thank you so much we you know. We have seen this increases. Andrew said over the last Several years nationally and New Mexico in particular had Lagged a bit with the National Increase. But we are now catching up to that. Unfortunately and we've seen such a rise in congenital cases and A rise in native communities as well. We are Working tirelessly to try and stop the spread of these infections. Particularly the congenital syphilis which had been a nationwide issue over the last several years and and really just hit US last year engineering water. Some of the reasons that researchers are medical professionals are turning to or saying Is the result of these high.

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Native America Calling

04:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Welcome to native America calling from Studio Forty nine in Albuquerque interrogate would sexually transmitted disease infections are at a high? The most recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and shows that prevention measures are not adequately slowing infections of the most common. Std's native Americans consistently showed the second highest rate of infections compared to other ethnic groups coming up after the news. We'll hear where prevention efforts are falling short and what health professionals hope to do about it. Stay tuned this is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez some native leaders in British Columbia are calling for the shutdown of construction of a controversial pipeline. As Dan Carpenter reports they say indigenous communities near the site could be at risk from the corona virus first nations leaders who support the war to attend hereditary chiefs. In opposing the pipeline. What the federal in British Columbia governments to stop construction in a letter the Union of British Columbia Indian chief say continued. Construction increases the risk of transmission of covert nineteen to both indigenous and non indigenous communities from out of town construction workers. Bc has said construction projects are an essential service but the union says the construction camp should not remain open during a pandemic. There are also concerns across Canada about overwhelming rural northern hospitals and healthcare facilities with unnecessary visitors in the north. We have really limited medical services as it is so if anything were to happen it would just overwhelm the limited services that we already have. Meanwhile coastal gas link which is building the pipeline says local residents and contractors are being hired and no new workers will be moving into company accommodations. The company says it's reduced the number of workers on site because of the risk of the corona virus. And those that are. There are following physical distancing measures native leaders say. That's not good enough for national native news. I'm Dan Carpenter. The oglala Sioux Tribal Council held an emergency meeting Wednesday to discuss the tribes current lockdown and the one confirmed case of covert nineteen on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The council voted to banish the Individual. Who TESTED POSITIVE FOR. Cova nineteen and is now in rapid city. The council and President believed the person. Who'S NOT OGLALA? Lakota and works for a school was negligent in traveling out of state and then returning to the reservation despite cove nineteen measures president. Julian bear runner in a radio address to residents Wednesday night talked about the vote saying it was a hard decision for leaders. We can't continue to take this lightly. The people are members. The people that elected us to come into office you know put us in those positions to protect their health and their general welfare. And for me seem you know that you know it was a little it was. It was negligent. You know that this individual would still leave after laws were already in place not only try believe but nationally and globally that. We knew that this was happening. Bear runner says information about the positive cases. Still being verified and tribal leaders are praying for the individual and their family during this difficult time. The tribe has several emergency orders in place to address the nineteen including a travel ban and shelter in place. The reservation is on lockdown until Friday as the tribe considers expanding it traditional leaders of the first Mesa consolidated villages on the Hopi reservation in Arizona are restricting visitors and encouraging residents to stay home as of Wednesday there were a dozen positive cases of Cova nineteen confirmed by the Hopi Healthcare Center which is located on First Mesa Jurisdiction Ivan. Sydney is the village administrator. At first Mesa he says they're urging people to take Cova. Nineteen measures seriously richards. One time our readers say to express differences. We come together as native people. Embrace one another and look to our crash survivors to move forward.

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The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

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"We love that. Yeah that US saying we loved. Auckland was fake and it was like no. We roasted the fuck. Gauri fake that we flame every city to the fucking floor Tulsa Oklahoma. That's one of my favorite roasts ever when I was a y'all even of fucking empty minecraft server. That was my favorite. Joa that I've ever come up with for a city. It you know. We fucking torch everywhere. and Auckland was the first one we struggled fake that I don't know I have no clue but it just. It made me laughed. Call US scammers dates there you not the rapids like a huge thing right now. Scam comedy him comedy. Yeah Damn Yeah. That's paving the way on this. Yeah Bro the the funniest part was then the fall of statement to that. Was these fools. Call Jake Paul scammer not TM. Jason Scammers Watt. Where was this on read? It was it was like is like some group chat that I was like roped into on instagram and I just saw the preview messages eighteen. Jesus Cameras I was like wait. What 'cause I was thinking like maybe they got scammed out of tickets. Which by the way guys there is someone who is fucking completely like targeting people who wanna come to our shows really. I WanNa do something about it. It's pissing me the fuck all. It's like the same people that keep scamming every fucking show guys. Please do not buy tickets. That are not take master or like seat number but there are a lot of people on twitter and shit like need to sell tickets. No there are but it's like please try to use a fucking third party like Seatgeek or like some escrow service. Okay don't fucking just pay pal. The RAMS P don't these random fucking people do that shit in person. Yeah whatever the fuck just don't get like It's fucking. It's it's annoying so annoying to imagine thinking all comedy is the scale of. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Imagine thinking that. Yeah Yeah you must live in. Just absolute bliss. Yeah Yeah Oh for sure. Yeah and the corona virus is like if impending threat. Oh man we gotta go worse. Skirt gotta go do more work yeah Four in the future right. Yeah or in the future yeah. Is it Wednesday back home? It's no it's yeah Wednesday. We see them one right. I am.

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The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

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"Was four weeks ago like make a call. They're like I guess we legally we have to let you Wan- Chris it. Everyone line win boy tackle. He's is he's got a bomb commitment. He's definitely got a bomb in it. I saw him pack a bomb in there. Yeah now took it out and he set it off for sure saw the bomb. Yeah no joke earlier. But I don't remember we bomb joke while we're on the plane before the plane anyway so the Australia article read that one as soon as we get off the plane and then like there's another one that says the first confirmed case of someone who wasn't directly linked to China Or anyone that came from China Just happened or was confirmed in the states in in Berkeley or UC Davis like that. So basically she had symptoms seven days ago and went into get tested and they the CDC denied a test because they were basically she doesn't qualify for because she doesn't have any links to China and these are just flu symptoms so they denied it and so turns out seven days later. She tested positive for it and she's just been around. Uc Davis now for seven days interacting with people for a full fucking week so it has to be like the start of something huge in the states. At least yeah. Yeah that's That's really fucking not cool. It's really cool and someone else. I read a tweet like a reply that was like someone living in that same area. It's not the Bay Area. It's like north and they were like. I just wanted to the grocery store and like everything sold out. People are buying food for emergency supply and just hoarding it and like a Fox. Too Weird Man. I don't know I don't know how like sensationalize. All this stuff is but like feels like something the funniest shit was when we went to the UK. And I and I wore that Facemask I just took a picture of it just to be whatever on instagram. Some do goes bro. Don't wear a face mask. They'll be a sheep dude. Don't believe the me. Your fucking Samp you fucking sin pass fucking stupid ass dude. I'm like bitch you go to the virus saying yeah. I'm getting on a plane. I'm going to a place where I don't know I mean it's not really wasn't in the UK but it could be anywhere you know. This is scary because I forgot I. We Landon Heathrow. Did let him go. He throws fucking huge airport so many people go three throat. Yeah that's what freaked the fuck out. I'm just like elegance. Said fee of socio are mainly did Does remind myself. Don't touch her fucking is. Don't touch your the. Don't just dump 'cause you have a habit of going to the bathroom and then licking my hand afterward. I can't stop. Yeah I WANNA grab and flush the toilet with my hand and then just lick my palm flush it. Yeah a lot of time rub the handle. Yeah I get as many germs. I wiped the seat with my hand to clean it. Knocks him a Sicko? Then I'll look it afterwards. Just visit all over a public toilet just going after here for the next person courtesy to just wipe that all. There's a Germaphobe. Just go know. It's it's funny 'cause like when we get on the plane normally Kelsey will take out Antibacterial sheets and like clean. The seats and I'm always like what the fuck you doin' guys doing that to the I. By now now I'm like the whole shit so normally I don't do it the only I only did it today because someone spilled a drink on my seat arenas the one that does got the first lady. Lena's like she looked at me. She's like wipe your seat down on my my wife in this shit and I'm sitting there again. Licking the outlets looking the hand arm rests. Yeah just getting a feel for things. Yeah that's really. How I you know am able to feel comfortable. It's like Sandton taste. I actually go to the head. Rests where people lay their heads and I try to touch just a little part of my eye on it. Oh deal yeah. Oh it's like a little. Is that just to make sure like the moisture is appropriate for my head as if it's too dry and you'll know because you're all stick to it you're is a good judge of moisture. Yeah it is. I mean Yeah. It makes sense is sticks to it then. It's not it's too dry but if my.

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The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

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"That and I think it's because their brain is wired to detect like threat. Okay and other stuff like really fast so it just made me think in the context of like when people think of like combat with an animal like if they're on a hike or do the gym came out here. I'm fucking do. You're not going to do any cooking. Look at you. Once he's GonNa rip your face off. He just knows exactly. What the fuck you got on you. There you imagine having that fucking degree of memory no I know Jamie. Can we pull up the that's it? That's it blew my fucking mind. Look at something for half a second. Memorize all of it crazy. And that is pretty fucking wild. I'm trying to think what you could apply that to A cheating on a test. Sad test At cheating on an sat test. Where would you want to do that? I mean you know trying to get by just trying to get by cheating on an SDS. Would you put for facilities put no but now okay? Okay okay that's the. That's the bad one but now the I actually I was reading. Sad whatever. I read no hold on. Could you imagine that actually trying to cheat in a CD and really come back clean? I'll fuck yo broken. Our bar like a liter of blood what she would you mind pissing and bleeding in this. Yeah just don't just don't you piss him bleed in this. I don't ask questions is I just need it. He just really need it. I just really need it. You got like this fucking patch on your bicep with the book and blood and you're trying to get her to draw from that area. I like it right here like it right here. This is a good vein. Right here is is the perfect vein. It's just a straw size of fucking someone else's blood sir. I need this pussy. Ma'am I need you to draw the blood from this area right here. Some Dark Sid. Anyway you're reading about how to treat your and no I was gonNA say some other shit but I don't WanNa say it anymore. Now I'm thinking about fucking coronavirus honestly. Yeah back in my head. Yeah we we cook in. It's GonNa be it's gotta be even by the time this episode comes out for free. It's GonNa be way fucking worse. Yeah you can just feel it. Gained his fucking feel it. The coronal resource due to sweating starts spinning acid. Ken Carnivores Kill you. There are data from your old. Yeah I don't know it's like compromised. Immune system is the probably if you have if you're weak the sort of like a Beta male if you're like if you eat soy yeah definitely die at Chroma von. Yeah exactly. Yeah Oh man someone. That's all scared. You came in someone fucking on my instagram picture. Called me a simple. Oh Yeah Oh you know what? That's something we should talk about before we get a grown of IRAS so There's this new wave of in this Disney Sano old as hell but I don't give a fuck So everyone born after ninety three just discovered the word Sam has been around for. Why Bra Yeah is it. An acronym nozzles like like you simple. You simple like you like you. Will you Simpson for? I'll say that you also can fifteen you mean for the new coq. That's what it is now is like like you a bitch or like what I'm saying. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's like caulk using now it's like it's you know it's like trump dudes using it as a replacement for cook. Yes satellite all the all the INSTAGRAM meam. Kids learn with sympathies as now they just comment sample and everything. They think. Having a girlfriend simple. That's not.

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The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

11:40 min | 1 year ago

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"He just fell forward. He's went oh and then Then they then he took on more than they roll them over and he's like what I was fine and the rest like you weren't finding the windows restarted your cash during the instant replay. I'm going down timber. I'm mashing fucking humiliating. Now would be replay there rewinding it and it's going fast to slow. I'm yelling timber. Take talkable moment here at the. Ufc skin doing that. Show on Tick Tock Scan your Qr Code and meam the knockout who's got the best knockout. Who's got the best concussion? Meam tweet us now. Hashtag timber. Tim No Neil Dude. You know we got to actually talk about though For a little bit at least twenty to thirty minutes is Jake. Yeah Not that Hobson Shaw Movie Man. No we talked about this before and I was saying like action. Movie Coverage Is Hilarious. Because they they fuck in. That amount of money is stupid. It's ridiculous they they get they get like background guys reloading guns yet. They're telling like fifteen different plotlines. The credits for those movies are fucking so funny. It's like I. Unit Second Unit Third Unit Four Unit Fifth Unit. It's like how many fucking people have like a background a team. Yeah background beat him and like so what Shit going on. Just so much movie movie. I've ever watched it's so much in every scene is so seen you know what I mean. It's like dude when I'm watching the one where they find out that she when she links with Hobbs and Shaw Hobbes's sister but she is the virus. Yeah and they basically their conversation. Ensues and it's it's they figure out. She has the virus that she's GonNa die if they don't fix whatever the fuck happens and they way all the options it's either they kill her immediately and you know like eviscerate her body yeah or they have to find the machine and extracted. The machine is in an impossible place to get to yes. There's this scientists that all happens in like fifteen seconds and so she goes from thinking that she's going to die to to thinking she's not GonNa die and then thinking okay. Actually I should probably die to alway- There's a there's a chance that I'm going to live and then like okay. We're GONNA go for this all while his her brothers right. They're going through that same wave of emotion of my sister. My die this is all happening. Like fifteen fucking second. Yeah Yeah and I'm watching this thing like just sweating and it's funny at the same time. I'm like how are they doing this? Yeah they they just manage to make every every dialogue. Every piece of dialogue feels really serious for ten seconds and then it has some comedic shit. than. Yeah yeah I hate how like? Ai Driven all the dialogue is we have to go into the heavily four or five thing the thing inside with the machine with the Doctor Bad Dick or she dies. No one dies on my watch. It was like it was like a it was like a romance comedy and like a family comedy but also like a buddy like these top film. These guys are also best. They become best friend also. Rockville and also and also a film about Samoa. Yeah Yeah and also British and Super Agent Film All in one somehow they fucking alleged literally Tony Movies and when I sit when at the end when they couple all those cars to their helicopter watching that movie is it's just it's just using come on. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah come on come on by the end of it. You're like fucking come on. Come on come on. My fucking movie is what those cars are like. Oh this is part of the fast and furious franchise. Oh you don't get that until yet. Eighty nine hundred ninety. You're like Oh fucking and that's yeah. That's the big and it dude. I love how first of all. I'm not GonNa say the rock is a bad actor but I love when he does a movie just to be the Rock. Yeah yeah he just to be buff and yeah and to be like. Hey come over here. I'M GONNA be your ass like when they do the little sequence when they walk through two sides and like like like Jason Stadiums character like he goes like this intense like karate looking yeah segment and the Rock is just the rock walking on the other side and there are tons of old wrestling fans who were like God. Damn at his fucking. Ooh It's just being the rock you smell it. That's all there is is watching him. Be The rock in a buddy cop film in a movie about Samoa in like the fact that they went back to Samoa she'll like that it's just I felt the rock wrote that. No it was just real mom no completely just they were going to make that film and then he's like well if you want to be part of this movie. I need a free vacation to Samoa and Samoa also have the right in the fact that I haven't seen my family in a while because I really haven't movie like he would. That beef with his brother was real dude. That whole fact that his brother was fucking car mechanic. And you fix his fixes machine. That's GonNa that's GonNa like it's the antidote for the world's most powerful virus. Yeah Bro why did you just call him to start? Yeah do all the other stuff. You just hit him up to build a bomb to blow that whole place up or build clearly. He's Smarter Shit. I would've loved it if there were like. We have to go into this heavily. Fortified fortress to get the machine to extract the virus from your sister or she dies and then chases Taylor just looks at his sister and he shoots all done mate done the rocks off credit just starts puking than just is do that again. In Hobbes's sister. There's replaying him shooting earned the fucking brain. We have to go to the fortress or save. Your search doesn't even wait for definitive. Blau I was thinking the whole era at least at the end I was thinking like this is just the most the writers were like. How could we write a movie about these? Two guys. These two fucking Alpha males becoming friends in the most absurd way possible. Yeah what's The craziest? Two hours right leading up to these two fucking Alpha males just putting aside their differences and being like we should work together. Actually I watched two movies. I forget director's name feel like an asshole. But I was too lenient. I watched two movies directed by him and then Rock no no no no no. The Director of Hobson Shaw Ono and then Alina mentioned that they hired him for an apple spot. Okay and the spot was him shooting like a snowball action sequence with the IPHONE. It's actually pretty fucking crazy. 'cause you know that's the one thing that you take for granted and a film like that you're just like Oh. This is so much money and clearly. This was easy like that dude. The spot he directed for the snowball fight is fucking crazy. Really it's crazy. Feels like a Hobson Shaw movie or like a high budget action film with just an iphone like the way he thinks about like getting angles in like capturing action. You're just like you'll this is Fox. Yeah and like the way. He's like thinking about moving the camera and stuff so goofy. That movie was like that Dude. I give a lot of credit to cause to think in the way he does. I can't like was to most fight scenes. Like how could you ever even see this in your head? Yeah Yeah. It's a sleeper cohesive. They all made sense. And there's so much happening In again like the fifteen twenty second segments. Yeah that actually like having on his member be like Oh oh. He threw that guy over this shoulder. Yeah but then he actually came through with this arm and all that shit totally made sense to me and it's like it's so hard to with the thirty cuts that have been like. Yeah there's so much cutting as movies for it to all Not only fucking make sense. But the fact that like they can take something so complex and Like like make you retain the whole movie. Yeah you know what I mean like. It's one thing to watch the fight. It'd be like innocent. What happened. Bully get all that. Sit to walk out of the movie. You See. Hobson Shaw while was it. Mass is pretty cool. I mean the Rock and stadium. They start will look like and then go to Samoa. They which movie do you want? It's a it's a six act movies so you'll be very specific about what part of the movie I WanNa know. Yeah I'm glad you washed it. That shit is so that puts every three part shit like Harry Potter Part One. You had a shame. Get outta here. You can tell they disapproved you can tell nine stories yeah. The studio was like If we gave you a billion dollars we really don't think you could spend it the directors like. GimMe a second you one second here. Here's his pitch deck is just how about seven movies and when movies. Hollywood is like Oh yeah. Oh yeah drops the screen. It's like this is fucking big but it's all just fucking action. I didn't even think about it that way. What if when I watched it that it is seventeen movies and one? Yeah I I remember watching it and the Samoa part happened and I was thinking like this is a whole other fucking move. I know I know you could just start with two. It was so fucking funny and like slick and like the fact that they called Kevin Hart and they're like. Hey Man I just WanNa thank you for that plane you sent. Yeah and I'll just as I was like. Oh yeah that happened totally Yeah I believe that totally and then I'm like wait. That was so like they didn't even zero footage. Yes fucking private jet that they took that little sequence between the three of those pretty funny. Larry allows laughing at that. They were Ryan Reynolds really funny to. The movie was like Netflix. Phony Bro. I don't even know how you planning for a.

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The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Honest the spanking things going to be funnier. Because we were at the fucking. You're at the devonport. Ferry Station and Matt was talking about the fight and I was just like you get spanked by one of those dudes was. It was a good chuckle home. Where is my boy man? Oh here we go. Ben Solely Benza. Solely poor guy poor. Look he's got. He's got a vicious haircut. I can't even show this so wait. What's the deal So he he's got like a he's got like a like a buzz cut but then he has his mullet in the back. That's hard is held so buddy because her nails buddy can scrap and and he's a tough as dude and he goes into this fight with his Brazilian dude who had like a year off or something. I fight in a year and they. They're big boys. You know like two hundred plus and Amelie's dude. Miguel is just like like fucking super composed pointed accuracy. Shots pop and watching. Ben's fucking big as the announcers like now Benza solely. Take a lot of damage here. He's never been knocked and then it happens as he's saying within within like thirty seconds of all my God never been knocked out before we take a lot of damage here in the UAE and then just boom took on behind the head and just like he got clapton the side of the head and.

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The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Welcome back to the PODCAST. Welcome back to podcast. Which big booty fat ass? What are they had a good cold open? Oh yeah was that it now. Though isn't it speaking asses Unfortunately the man Downs Wilder 'cause ass beat. Oh yeah okay you know. We're going right into fight our right to fight our look. I'm not going to break down. The technical is of the fight. Okay look as much as Diaz as a is an insane knockout puncher think his fundamentals were questioned by a lot of people. And you know a lot of people were curious to see how he's going to hold up the second time around because I fight didn't exactly go his way you know. It was still a tough battle for him but the real question after watching that fight that I had was. Do you think you could take a swift spanking from Tyson? Fury like Spank your naked ass. Using you handle it handle it as survive handle it is in take it like a man. You're like like like what does that mean like. Could he let it rip like Open Palm? Full swing bow on your ass and the new standard. Just take it was like what are you? What's the criteria for like? Am I allowed to like shed a tear or ooh anything about that Like we softly or like now. You can't show any sign of pain. Oh so you'd have to be that. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah and is it. Is he doing it because you got in trouble for something? You've been a bad boy wrong. You know because that might affect how you handle it if you're like I deserved it yet. You're in time out. Yeah if you're laying time out or if you've been like yeah so you didn't deserve it but he's going to let you have it anyway. Okay puzzle of emotional strain on. Upn spanked if you didn't deserve it. I think that what is this. What I didn't wasn't even trying to go with like daddy role. Play the game like a B. A. And what's the safe word? Do I have a gag in? Could you handle getting sprayed on the ass by Tyson fury with a gag ball into the box episode? Everything's just gonNA devolve into this now known. Rest yeah exactly. No I think that I could. I you know as a six foot tall person myself. I feel like I'm I'm a couldn't handle it even even being six foot. Yeah exactly I still couldn't handle it. I just answer this as like a like actually me getting spanked either. Those dues would have to hurt. Why am I thinking about getting Spain? They'll fucking and ask what you're thinking when you're watching the I can't fight. I was thinking like one of these do could I take it? Let's just say you're in your head and this has been a bad boy Tyson. I've been a bad boy. You GonNa do. Am I the only one that thinks like watching them? Fight is like looks goofy. Because they're so tall. No every movement is like this giant maneuver looks. Nothing looks calculated. No nothing looks. Accurate is all just like. Oh Yeah Yeah now if you if you. I mean they're fantastic and it's fun to watch but still it's not like now they're not they. Don't look how you know like anyone from one thirty five to one eighty five. Look like you know. It's like real lake he knocks the movement is real tight. Yeah no I've always felt that way I mean that's like the best shit about heavyweights in the UFC. Because you're watching them and they can they. Can you know they could have like you? Know the they they could be very composed fighters but you know. All it takes is one all takes. His one big looping goofy hand. Yeah someone's GonNa hit the fuck and Matt before we left for Auckland. I was watching the UFC Auckland Event. And there is this dude. He's never been knocked out God Damn what is fucking name. Hold on hold on to Sujata fucking mean haircut. I mean look this shit up. Was it no knockout Neil No was no knockout Nelson. Okay yeah it's also like their arms or so long that every punch looks like it's hitting the back of their head complain every shot. Looks like it's cheating you know. Lately I guess was named Deontay Wilder Waller. Yeah he's bleeding out of his ear. I guess what happens? In that cases it's either like a bus at ear-drum or it's something way more severe. You could basically have like irreparable damage to your brain or whatever the fuck like it could be permanent concussions for life basically or somebody else's not on some you now read it. I mean sports threat on another website. That was with but yeah something like that. I'll be.

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Accused 3rd Ave. shooters plead not guilty; grandmother says suspect has 'a loving heart'

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Accused 3rd Ave. shooters plead not guilty; grandmother says suspect has 'a loving heart'

"The two accused gunman in last month's deadly downtown Seattle shoot out made their first court appearance yesterday couples gave Colin has more in this operation crime and justice reports William Toliver in marquees Tolbert finally stand in a Seattle courtroom for weeks after police say they opened fire at a rival gang member downtown killing tiny Jackson and wounding seven others find them and no he wants and bomb them no gain see Coleman is Tolliver's grandmother do you think he's guilty of these charges he's not you know man I know he's not a camera you have my lemon hard he now is going to hurt people police say Toliver fired first he and Colbert fled to Las Vegas where police arrested them ten days later third in pine a memorial still sits below a boarded up McDonald's window and officers are everywhere as part of STDs emphasis patrols they're moving an extra dozen officers down here daily along with the mobile precinct Aaron brown works on this block what do you think of the patrols I'm good you know I've been definitely is going to help clean up we have a lot of small businesses in the area and having foot patrols walking walking third line is really helpful on Blake he works with the downtown Seattle association city may cause for trolls permanent we love to see them as long as they can I know there's a very there's a shortage of S. PT officers in Seattle police spokesperson tells me they're quoting getting a lot of positive feedback about the patrols and there are no plans to end now they hope to keep this up long term by filling the hiring gas right now roughly sixty officer spots are taken we wanna make sure that we can police the city the way we need to place it in Seattle keep going como

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Pot Making The Kettle Sicker

You Did What Now?

09:19 min | 1 year ago

Pot Making The Kettle Sicker

"Welcome to you did what now. A podcast where we discuss stories and science and tech the because ask exactly that everyone. Thanks for listening. I'm your host Stephanie. Educator and science aficionado Michael Programmer took A. How's your week Michael of the week? I'm having trouble this week. I need a drink is what I need to. Whiskey POD whiskey pod. I need a world coldest Martini rounds. Call this where do you get? The world's coldest Martini is a couple of his bar. Brooklyn a couple places. Is this a product called to this converge? I GUESS? From Jab from Japan as Super Cooling Magic it basically keeps water at like negative five degree Celsius water a negative five hundred Celsius so free is zero and this is negative five not frozen just has to do with the way the. I don't know I don't really understand. Visit science science soup. They add something to it or maybe alcohol has maybe aware freezing rate. I'm not sure no it's not The the the so this is just water. It's not actually the alcohols not actually yet cocktail with it. So the part of it. I don't have to dive into the crazy physics of it Look it up if you want. I'm sure it's out there. So it's a it's a frigid holds eighty like little vials of liquid. Which you're they're they're basically naked degree so they're already. They should be frozen but they're not for whatever reason the technology and the whatever they do so but when you pour it over your Martini or like on your drink or whatever you want to drink it basically instantly freezes so you get this little like stalactites owning my thing grow as of his little like crystal pile out of the water as it pours is like a little. It's obviously just water. But then you mix it with a Martini. And it's just like a cool little like instagram. -Able showmanship type stuff of point during our fancy over their new Yankees. Yeah I'm sure it's expensive too so but Everything Interesting Job. Yeah. Let's talk about. Do you know found this. I found a fact that I found very surprising to me. that over supposedly according to this one source over eighty percent of people will contract. Hp At some point in their life you heard of this vaguely. I people throw numbers around and help. And whatever the we've vaccine for that now though right. We do have a vaccine. Are you vaccinated? No okay well I mean vaccinated not for that and are you under forty five so far so far. I'm working on it then. You're still at risk of of being one of the eighty percent of people that apparently has Hp in the nation and so on then so in addition to that you know all these people are developing these STD's apparently but you know it doesn't doesn't always lead to that's the big thing with HIV is that it could cause some sort of some sort of cancer related disease in the body But it doesn't always lead to cancer growth by its of these eighty percent of the people that are contracting HIV. How what percentage of those people do you think are smoking pot? I probably the same percentage of the people that are smoking pot seventy-nine nine percent of the people. Hpv are also smoking marijuana. That's that's yeah no but This is this may be a problem because they've just found a study that does it. Cannabis accelerates growth of common tumor such as those caused by HP seller. It's the rural town. Okay I that's interesting for the most part people have said that there's really no side effects to pod and no danger so this is maybe that maybe it's not as natural inorganic as as people might otherwise suggest what can be organic. But that doesn't Sharia the growth of the ground and it's an opium can be organic natural. But that doesn't mean that it doesn't have any doesn't have any drawbacks to it. But it can affect affect your body negative ways so yeah you know and. I think it's interesting. There's a there's a big push right now at least here in Austin Texas to maybe not decriminalize but definitely lesser. The effects of people that are caught with small amounts of marijuana drug either on their body or in their car. And I don't know if at some point it will become legal here in Texas and other states. I don't know what's the status in New York is it is illegal in New York. Don't say legalize it just legalize I. I can't keep track. I don't know pot or not yet anyway. New Jersey. It's it's still medically legal in New York and New Jersey and supposedly and this is it's them for two or three years now. I remember when the last when we ousted Christie but everybody was saying that once we once Chris Christie and the next governor would pretty much Make legal like all around but so far that hasn't been the case. They haven't expanded that the legalization New Jersey for whatever for mostly. I'm sure political and economical reasons. They're just waiting to find me. The people that are GONNA MAKE. The money are waiting to find the right way to make money. Yeah well that's stuff. Well I I would predict that within the next five to ten years. It's just going to be nationally legal because it's you know it's already becoming legal and all these different states and I feel like one states. Make a certain legal. It doesn't take very long for it to become legal everywhere in the United States for the most bird. Yeah Yeah but you know. A lot of people argue that it's you know it has maybe health benefits to it. I know One person a friend of a friend who claims that it. It cured her cancer. She's decided not to do Chemo For whatever cancer she had and instead just you know. Smoke her whatever. Yeah I know it can in certain cancer patients it can. It can definitely help. Treat the nausea and other side effects saying they might have from but yes no. She actually claims it. It cured her cancer But that is unfounded unfounded unproven claim. Yes this there's some of those out there for sure but Nobody thought this article is interesting because it was it was. They found a direct link between the between the cell lines in they. Will they tested both both? The actual cancer cells the human cancer cells that that had a this cancer cancerous growth and then they tested the mice that they that they gave an HP virus to and then they monitored the growth of the cancer cells in those mice that were injected with THC. Those another question I had is like how do you? How do you have my smoke pot all day birthday? Give him little tiny tiny cigarettes to smoke gas. Just throw some teams like going to a party in the village yeah. That's an interesting job if your job is to get mys- holiday but no they they just They do the scientific way and inject them straight with teach C- So yeah so. They found that it actually interferes with cellular pathway. That stops the growth of the cancer Okay that's interesting. I guess it's still. There's a it's basically blocking your immune system from fighting the cancer. Yeah I mean it's it's not your immune system necessarily yourself have systems that will will shut down cell growth and that's how it should happen in cells the at some point the cells need to stop dividing right. So if you're if you have a cut on your arm and the cells around the cut need to need to grow go. They need to divine so that it can steal the wound. Right will wendo cells touch each other when a cell is surrounded by cells on every side of it there are certain triggers in their certain pathways. That will turn off the dividing mechanisms. So and what they found was that the thc in these cancer cells actually disrupts those mechanisms at turn off the cell growth and so yeah the mice that were The mice that were delivered. Thc had faster cellular growth of the cancer but this is the HP specific prompted. A prompt is not the right word. But the cancers caused by HP v S early all cancer not necessarily all cancer yet. They I don't know that they have studied other types of cancer. I think they were sitting specifically. Hpv related head and neck cancer. Because it is one of the fastest growing

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"std " Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"std " Discussed on Fake the Nation

"It's really good to get you fired from all right so I just want to say in closing. Ah Let's say one person wins in Iowa. Everybody votes let's say let's say there's a clear winner in Iowa. Does that mean in anything is it or is it just like then they keep going keep going. Nobody's feels like this is going to be a white a person. Yeah that's a good one dot com. You know what I just think in uh-huh oh this is what I want to say to news people right now John She's pointing at me. I fucking hate it when you take a poll and the result is like not hugely. I think right now polls are all over the place I mean. It looks like anyone could win Iowa. But we're talking but they they take holes like it's a big news event and then they re frame the entire discourse around an election because of a poll. I agree with you on that. If you to listen to my program mm today explained from Vox and formally stitcher in which we very very seldom talk about holes and always give context. Yeah no I will but I want you to defend all all of your colleagues in all of all of journalism. How much time do we all right? I know that for the record you guys meet and always also we had. We had corey be on the show And he talked about how these polls in Iowa are basically he thinks played a huge. You draw in defeating him. In addition to the rules like Iowa going I but You know they. They aren't people if you make your decisions based on WHO's polling. We're kind of eft because it's just like the self fulfilling prophecy right like it's polling an Iowa thus I'll vote for the winner because I want to beat trump like no vote for at at this point. The whole point of this process right here is like who do we want. Yeah so pick who you want. Vote from the heart and with some information and we score. Were this part. Can we get some strings to come in this double. Check your okay. Also Rosero Dawson as you first lady We really blew. It would have been the hottest No we're not or who I would love to be ready. I'm saying I'm ready. But Kennedy's hot. The Kennedys were another version of that hot level. I was just reading about in light of the side. Kobe Bryant News JFK Juniors untimely passing and looking at lots of photos of him. As I do because I can't help but Google this man is just silly looking. I mean it was is he was beautiful editor of magazine publisher. They worked at magazines. Folks I know he had a face that was fit for just and staring into go. No I think we should move the statement into beautiful people another share bad boys the new bad boys which is fantastic Martin Lawrence. I cried twice. Yeah and I love his belly. Laugh you cry a lot though. No Oh I have a crime problem it would be good if I could get more out game. Okay I'm going to go see bathrooms for the voice. Though it's February three bad boys for life is a confusing title for bad boys or did you see the spelling of it. It makes sense but but it's really terrific. I said there's two crying hot little the preview track because we're talking about the election the newest and I think his final James Bond that man he gets better looking as he ages you every time you see in her face. I want to say he must have hair plugs. Notice men's hair so much time looking a lot of them do. CBS Hot if he didn't have the plug for me is all in the legs arms legs. Tom Brady below Tom Brady so goodling guy couldn't even ball. He should ball for all the people who are balding and be a role model studies. Now I gotta I gotTa plug it up. Does a great plugs. No there they make them so good now they don't even notice you have I. Yeah that was okay. But he's not in bad boys for life he's in the hallways. We went in fourteen directions. Again it's really good. I'm sold all right I. I'm sure that we got a lot out of everything we just talked about. That was technically about the elections. Let us move on. I just I'm leaving it to those two in the control room to figure out what what to do with that segment would.

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Color-changing bandages detect and treat drug-resistant infections

Dr. Daliah

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Color-changing bandages detect and treat drug-resistant infections

"That was two seven vented a bandage which helps diagnose infections by changing color and they think that this could help curb antibiotic resistance is coming out of China call the bandage added senses when bacteria are present in the body and then it releases medication to kill in response researchers in China see the work of pave the way for rational use of antibiotics they normally antibiotics are given as preventive measures above the sink so here but you'll the is on mice and the bandage change from green to yellow one drug resistant bacteria were present and then I believe the bandage eventually turned read out a bit with some color changes I think I you know what I think I think it was drug sensitive factor I think have a typo here I think if it was drug sensitive actor turned yellow drug resistant actor turned right a little type a but that's okay I don't always tell the editors of there's a typo you maybe look stupid on air good articles so I'll give it to them now this bacteria resistance thing is why you guys Ravenel is I'm getting about you guys are mad and your fear yes with urgent cares in telemedicine and your doctor because you're not able to get the antibiotic like used to and well antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threat to global health they say seven hundred thousand deaths worldwide every year records the World Health Organization is because you have a bacteria that we can't fight with an antibiotic so we have I don't know how many tens of thousands of people die and it's very frustrating as a doctor because we say okay you have a bacteria they will give me something you give them something and it doesn't work and you have to explain to them can't we can't I don't really have much else which is why I think we need to go to you know maybe you feel certain light therapy or certain other non antibiotic therapy stealth kill these Bucks so but that help early help find detects bacterial infections early might we're just guess work and might reduce the shock on approach that we've done with antibiotics you guys are having trouble getting antibiotics now urging Kerr's telemedicine things like that because if you have a cold that sounds like you have a cold we're we're not supposed to give an antibiotic the rules are getting tighter and tighter they allow still a little bit of wiggle room but you know for those of you that always got dizzy pack for bronchitis those days are over because Suzy needs the Z. Packers for Max for super gunnery so she was sizes in China say that bacterial infection has a unique micro environment of toxins enzymes in a PH level they get kind of a cynic so doctors now getting cool and colleagues at the Chinese academy of sciences developed the material which can assess this micro environment that these victory give off the researchers incorporated the material into bandages that tested them on the wounds of mice I don't the average band aid is the size of a mouse so my guess is a real little bit bad well given up and even though I think anyway the mice were infected with either a drug sensitive or drug resistant to be coli in the case of drug sensitivity collide the bad the change from green to yellow and released an antibiotic to kill the microbes one the drug resistant bacteria were present the bandage turn red after coming into contact with the enzyme specifically produced by the resistance my quips when the vector were detected the researchers expose a bandage to light because in the material to release the chemical you see we're starting to use light that we can the bacteria allowing them to be more susceptible to the medicine so you see what they're doing we could slap this bandaid on to figure out if you got the drug sensitive or the resistant client if it's the resisting content that we could maybe start some light therapy or whatever we have out there and treated early that we don't have common light therapy sort of treatments out there we don't really have that were working on it you know we're working on silver we used to use silver nitrate to treat civil war soldiers STDs calottery and syphilis so we used to use that but we don't really have silver Reno very easily you don't Tom studied for certain factor which we need to do but now we're not just shocking approaching a machine gun approaching your infection what we need to do is find a way to work use that and not waste antibiotics or time or allow other he had to grow because were mixed use another at about so researchers say that sense in a tree branch over to quickly could open for recovery souls curb the spread of antibiotic resistant microbes so this paper was an ACS interest lines offers no since the bacterial infections the monitoring drug was this is a very important for the selection of treatment options so it's it's cool you know we're we're making headway I don't know how expensive these bandages are going to be you know your kids all the I have a bandage on pick at it at school jump in the bath tub it'll be floating around I can't see how many times I find my kids use bandages around the house you know

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Sustainability goals can be the wind under the wings of the UN at 75: deputy chief

UN News

08:22 min | 1 year ago

Sustainability goals can be the wind under the wings of the UN at 75: deputy chief

"Twenty twenty marks the beginning of the UN's Decade of Action Post to hit the goals of the twenty thirty agenda for sustainable development. And also the seventy fifth anniversary of the organization when I interviewed Amina Mohammed. The deputy secretary general about the decade of Action. She she outlined the many reasons to be positive about the impacts. The agenda is having on people's lives and the momentum that is growing around the world. Ms Muhammed accepted however but progress towards reaching the sustainable development. Goals has not been as fast as hoped I think that when we were designing the STD's and we gavel the ambition shirow them in September. Twenty fifteen we thought we would hit the ground running and start implementing so I think expectations have not been met. But I think what we have done and that we've engaged the world and we know that these goals are very much owned by everyone We see a lot of activity socializing the goals and what they mean a now. The lifted to how we can implement them so in terms of engagement absolutely We haven't met the expectations of Implementation. This is almost five years in and this year. We had the summit the first I G summit lots of finished his out of that and you officially launched the decade of Action Sir. How would you characterize the mood from the stakeholders that you spoke to. I think it's very over excited about us. Finding ways to reengage re imagine how we can get this ambition done in people's lives So I I really did see that you know. We were providing an opportunity. Ten years And let's get the work done. Let's roll up our sleeves. That's really accelerate and get to scale the actions that we need to take whether they are investments or the numbers of people that will get into school The skills that will be acquired girls for instance coding as you bring technology into people's lives number of women boards so that parody becomes the reality relative having to find the hook each goal and say let's go after that and each year follow up. What are we doing in each constituency and in each country in region to make that very real and can you think of any specific examples. You mentioned girls coating for example but some more examples on the ground where this is going to make because substantial difference to people's realize I think if we follow the money to ensure that government supporting investments in health services. And so you see how. Many people looks really getting access clinic by clinic village by village. How many community healthcare workers have been increased to get people's medicines to them to ensure they are taking care of the prenatal care for women so she gets to hospital in time to deliver safely or as I said with goals. Coding put a number on it. How many millions do we want. Automatically improves an education system and opens up the possibilities of connecting technology with education. Girls and boys alike like I think. There are opportunities for the full value chain in agriculture. For instance that you bring younger people into it because technology the way you would use drones not backbreaking To to so a field. But you've got these young. What do they call them now. Agro techies who are now engaged. I I think that's something that we would follow to see. Are we opening up those open to opportunities interpreter. Ship are we putting investments behind that. Stop putting numbers of them in countries. These jobs come into the market. Are they being taken up. For every investment that we make in infrastructure transitions for instance empower moving moving for fossil fuels to sustainable energy. What does that mean in terms of jobs. Young people not just access to power. Does it create the environment for better a chance at succeeding within TREPCA sheep. Because you have power not just access in your home So I think you can pick something up in every goal from hunger all the way through to the partnerships. AH ships traveled frequently. You get to have a big picture of what's happening around the world. What are some of the most inspiring things that you've seen recently Some of the most inspired when I landed in a retriever. A place where people didn't see very much hope after decades of the conflict that has happened there. This new rapproachment approach Moan and going out into the countryside to see a woman and her son and family who were involved in in dairy farming Tom And had started this ten years ago and suddenly coming to fruition because the borders opened with business opportunities in Sudan and in the UAE. It was quite incredible cheese that I went to see was being produced. They're bringing it back here and everybody in this office saying this is second to none. This is amazing now coming out with such so harsh environment where everybody thinks things could not possibly work. That for me was hope that I saw as an incredible moment on the the other side of it the SDG's talk about justice. They talk about peace in goal. Sixteen so being in Afghanistan and seeing young women who are participating in negotiations to bring peace to their country and really understanding all aspects of the peace agenda was very inspiring because we need to bring anything to them except open up the space and encouraged international community to make sure women are at the table Other opportunities how girls again I will still talk. Talk about girls solutions into education and in one particular case while we're a young person from Kenya who was bringing in food food in a different way to children to ensure that they got nutrition and that there was a Ah Partnership in paying for that. Both with government comment With the private sector and with families and really just seeing hundreds of children who would never have had a nutritious meal half one in a really cool way. It wasn't presented as charity charity but very much is part of the education. That was getting now. There is one in the room. Climate change climate action. We can't avoid. That is just one of the seventeen sustainable development goals is obviously cuts across many. If not all of them a D. thing that we could be moving to situation towards a more positive active role. The complained that we can see around the world. I think out of every disappointment there is a silver lining and the cloud the next day and the silver lining. We see he is that we can fall back on the climate summit and the commitments made by communities by business spy mayors by local governments and we must pick that up and take that forward with with a lot of acceleration and ambition to try to get to each and every country particularly the top in meters but also not to forget a smaller Smaller more move honorable countries where we have to deal with investments in adapt because while we're trying to convince the bigger meters to do the right thing and be on the right side of history. We have I've got people who are living Climate Change and we need to do something about trying to fix the the adoption investment gap which is huge. So I think this is a very exciting journey to cop six in Glasgow that will be the next milestone that we look to to hit. And I think that we've got the world mobilized and I think it's pretty unstoppable so while governments are trying to Cost correct. I think we are mobilizing and convening an inspiring The world to keep going and not to give up and to keep pushing on the action begins as of twenty two thousand eight. Can you just walk me through a couple of big tent pole moments. That are really going to put this this summer. I think putting it on the map when the secretary general will have his speech that he has them to member states in the rest of the world On how he intends to do that that they will be a couple of moments when we will have big events that are either the nature based solution summit or the by diversity won the transportation big big moments when we are reinvesting recommitting to some of the. SDG's in one way or another but they'll also be the UN at seventy five and that happens in September number that's a reflection moment on on what the world expects for us a need for us as United Nations. That's going to be a time when the moment for the S._d._G.'s. Will I hope be the wind under the wings of U._N. at seventy five.

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Majority of women who have an abortion don’t regret it five years on

Dr. Daliah

09:13 min | 1 year ago

Majority of women who have an abortion don’t regret it five years on

"I. as we talk about how things are changing in society of abortion that has come up in the news I remember years ago we would talk about how if young women chose to abort their child and didn't get the support they needed that I regret and that many women might make the decision to hastily aboard and then years maybe four ever regret that they lost a baby or feel haunted by that figure that the aborted all this study kind of the spells that and this study was published Sunday in the journal social science and medicine researchers found that are five years after having an abortion only six percent expressed a primarily negative emotions the overwhelming majority of women surveyed eighty four percent had positive emotions no emotions whatsoever about their version decision even if they hadn't felt that way when they were making the decision to have an abortion now get one this is a study where people do their surveys I mean there's no way to tell if somebody was you know filling it out in hopes of appearing in a certain way but we usually screen people fill these surveys out to be as honest as possible just over half the women in the survey said the decision to terminate the pregnancy was very difficult twenty four seven percent said it was somewhat difficult forty six percent said it wasn't a difficult decision at all that concerns me nearly seventy percent said that they thought they would be stigmatized if people knew they had an abortion the women said they struggle with the decision or felt stigmatized by it were more like a chore for Philly guilt anger or sadness immediately after the abortion over time these feelings declined dramatically sometimes even one year after the abortion going to see and then they said the top emotion of all the groups of women in the study said that they felt relief relief was an emotion used to describe how they felt each time they were asked about it I know that's open to a lot of discussion for some of us who are pro life that kind of hurts that definitely it's a string you know I mean I'm sure there's a lot of people in our lives where we would be relieved if they weren't a part of our lives when you talk about a baby and to hear that they were relieved to not have that baby anymore are the idea that baby being alive is is concerning but I don't think that's exactly the way these women were describing it as I think it was the dilemma of being pregnant having to deal with the pregnancy and now not having to deal with it anymore but again still strikes a chord in those are for life researchers came to this conclusion after serving a thousand women following up with them eleven times over a period of five years they surveyed women lived in twenty one states a week after they had an abortion and then again every six months thereafter over the past couple decades researchers say there had been an assumption that women will regret having an abortion and an increasing number of states require counselling and waiting periods before woman can have an abortion so in some states you can't just go you know what I found I got pregnant go head to go out and literature has suggests that counselors give some states require counselors to give a woman before having an abortion what what does this say there's a literature that some say there's a typo in this I I barely Anthony Kennedy just as something heavy in his office is car that I felt the restriction of a woman's right to certain abortion procedures says it seems on acceptable to conclude some women come to regret their choice to bore the infant life once they create insisting researchers say the results of the study proves that notion as a myth they say all the claims that negative emotions will emerge over time a method is process for decades without any evidence to substantiate the claims it's clear and not just for okay and that comes from Korean Rocca an epidemiologist at this is a professor in the department will be gone and revisit the sizes at USC so there was other studies that said that abortion do not contribute to feelings of records and most women well the regrets like they had suggested depends on how you think you'll be stigmatized and so is the country's de stigmatizing net and my guess is that a decade or two they're going to be even empowering women there's going to be kind of an abortion power what is it called it's called reproductive freedom reproductive freedom I think I get to exercise reproductive freedom you get pregnant and you get to exercise and in that pregnancy see I thought reproductive freedom is you get to choose who you want to reproduce with not killing the child when I look at it is Kelly whether you're pro choice or pro life when you stop a heart beat that's a kill that's causing death I am pro choicers well some of them will even agree that is the killing or ending of life so to me whether you think it's going to become a whole person or not you are indeed a heartbeat you are killing something I never have an abortion you know I made that decision very early on I was right I just for me I just don't think it's a baby's fault yes in all things could affect my life it could affect my career but I I if I got pregnant I just look at it is there was a reason for that's me I would never install that on somebody else so for me I would deal with the guilt now maybe I would do with guilt because a religious what if somebody isn't religious or they you know feel empowered or they don't feel stigmatized they will be less reluctant to regret and so you know it's all to look at the study and agree with the researchers say most would be fine I don't know that they don't abortion wouldn't be such a controversy wanna be such an issue of only talking about maybe five or six year we're talking about hundreds of thousands of abortions a year and I'm blown away that in the year two thousand twenty we don't have enough means for women to get birth control I know people say well also incest how many cases of this is actually happening of early like to know that I understand rate there's lots of rapes going on I get that five arm but you know why hundreds of thousands a year we have hundreds of different types of birth control we have education out there we have condoms and when you hear that people are using abortion as a form of birth control I do think we're doing something wrong in society I don't think it has a lead to that and I do believe that both sides of the aisle if you talk to people who are pro choice or liberal I think many will agree yeah we don't really need you know that is a high number if everybody could just stop with the politics and go look you know can we address the unwanted pregnancies can we address sex without protection I mean STDs are on the rise the these tender these are hook ups tender is eight app that's what the young people are telling me I thought okay you to meet somebody and date and you know there's I guess his engine you know there there's there's now there's dating apps for more serious but I'm hearing tender is just strictly for you know I just wanna have sex well no wonder STDs are on the rise no wonder were having hundreds of thousands of abortions being done here this is twenty twenty I mean we should be we should we should have this thing licked already nobody should be getting pregnant or doesn't want to be if you're getting pregnant by accident and then you have to kill the baby and I'm sorry I know people don't like me saying that but your anger stop in a heartbeat that's a you know what why don't we do a better job

Majority of women who have an abortion don’t regret it five years on

Dr. Daliah

09:13 min | 1 year ago

Majority of women who have an abortion don’t regret it five years on

"I. as we talk about how things are changing in society of abortion that has come up in the news I remember years ago we would talk about how if young women chose to abort their child and didn't get the support they needed that I regret and that many women might make the decision to hastily aboard and then years maybe four ever regret that they lost a baby or feel haunted by that figure that the aborted all this study kind of the spells that and this study was published Sunday in the journal social science and medicine researchers found that are five years after having an abortion only six percent expressed a primarily negative emotions the overwhelming majority of women surveyed eighty four percent had positive emotions no emotions whatsoever about their version decision even if they hadn't felt that way when they were making the decision to have an abortion now get one this is a study where people do their surveys I mean there's no way to tell if somebody was you know filling it out in hopes of appearing in a certain way but we usually screen people fill these surveys out to be as honest as possible just over half the women in the survey said the decision to terminate the pregnancy was very difficult twenty four seven percent said it was somewhat difficult forty six percent said it wasn't a difficult decision at all that concerns me nearly seventy percent said that they thought they would be stigmatized if people knew they had an abortion the women said they struggle with the decision or felt stigmatized by it were more like a chore for Philly guilt anger or sadness immediately after the abortion over time these feelings declined dramatically sometimes even one year after the abortion going to see and then they said the top emotion of all the groups of women in the study said that they felt relief relief was an emotion used to describe how they felt each time they were asked about it I know that's open to a lot of discussion for some of us who are pro life that kind of hurts that definitely it's a string you know I mean I'm sure there's a lot of people in our lives where we would be relieved if they weren't a part of our lives when you talk about a baby and to hear that they were relieved to not have that baby anymore are the idea that baby being alive is is concerning but I don't think that's exactly the way these women were describing it as I think it was the dilemma of being pregnant having to deal with the pregnancy and now not having to deal with it anymore but again still strikes a chord in those are for life researchers came to this conclusion after serving a thousand women following up with them eleven times over a period of five years they surveyed women lived in twenty one states a week after they had an abortion and then again every six months thereafter over the past couple decades researchers say there had been an assumption that women will regret having an abortion and an increasing number of states require counselling and waiting periods before woman can have an abortion so in some states you can't just go you know what I found I got pregnant go head to go out and literature has suggests that counselors give some states require counselors to give a woman before having an abortion what what does this say there's a literature that some say there's a typo in this I I barely Anthony Kennedy just as something heavy in his office is car that I felt the restriction of a woman's right to certain abortion procedures says it seems on acceptable to conclude some women come to regret their choice to bore the infant life once they create insisting researchers say the results of the study proves that notion as a myth they say all the claims that negative emotions will emerge over time a method is process for decades without any evidence to substantiate the claims it's clear and not just for okay and that comes from Korean Rocca an epidemiologist at this is a professor in the department will be gone and revisit the sizes at USC so there was other studies that said that abortion do not contribute to feelings of records and most women well the regrets like they had suggested depends on how you think you'll be stigmatized and so is the country's de stigmatizing net and my guess is that a decade or two they're going to be even empowering women there's going to be kind of an abortion power what is it called it's called reproductive freedom reproductive freedom I think I get to exercise reproductive freedom you get pregnant and you get to exercise and in that pregnancy see I thought reproductive freedom is you get to choose who you want to reproduce with not killing the child when I look at it is Kelly whether you're pro choice or pro life when you stop a heart beat that's a kill that's causing death I am pro choicers well some of them will even agree that is the killing or ending of life so to me whether you think it's going to become a whole person or not you are indeed a heartbeat you are killing something I never have an abortion you know I made that decision very early on I was right I just for me I just don't think it's a baby's fault yes in all things could affect my life it could affect my career but I I if I got pregnant I just look at it is there was a reason for that's me I would never install that on somebody else so for me I would deal with the guilt now maybe I would do with guilt because a religious what if somebody isn't religious or they you know feel empowered or they don't feel stigmatized they will be less reluctant to regret and so you know it's all to look at the study and agree with the researchers say most would be fine I don't know that they don't abortion wouldn't be such a controversy wanna be such an issue of only talking about maybe five or six year we're talking about hundreds of thousands of abortions a year and I'm blown away that in the year two thousand twenty we don't have enough means for women to get birth control I know people say well also incest how many cases of this is actually happening of early like to know that I understand rate there's lots of rapes going on I get that five arm but you know why hundreds of thousands a year we have hundreds of different types of birth control we have education out there we have condoms and when you hear that people are using abortion as a form of birth control I do think we're doing something wrong in society I don't think it has a lead to that and I do believe that both sides of the aisle if you talk to people who are pro choice or liberal I think many will agree yeah we don't really need you know that is a high number if everybody could just stop with the politics and go look you know can we address the unwanted pregnancies can we address sex without protection I mean STDs are on the rise the these tender these are hook ups tender is eight app that's what the young people are telling me I thought okay you to meet somebody and date and you know there's I guess his engine you know there there's there's now there's dating apps for more serious but I'm hearing tender is just strictly for you know I just wanna have sex well no wonder STDs are on the rise no wonder were having hundreds of thousands of abortions being done here this is twenty twenty I mean we should be we should we should have this thing licked already nobody should be getting pregnant or doesn't want to be if you're getting pregnant by accident and then you have to kill the baby and I'm sorry I know people don't like me saying that but your anger stop in a heartbeat that's a you know what why don't we do a better job

House investigating whether Trump lied in U.S. Russia probe

Garret Lewis

02:01 min | 1 year ago

House investigating whether Trump lied in U.S. Russia probe

"To know scan alert from CNN the US house this is how insane they are they they must know the impeachment is coming to an end by the way this is breaking news they must know they have nothing ready for this go the US house is now investigating whether trump light in written answers he provided to special counter Mauler in the Russia probe when you have nothing you changing go to something else right did the president la a was he not truthful the Muller investigation the whole mother and based investigation itself wasn't truthful is based on a lie okay apparently we had we've jumped the shark in the impeachment why would they open this up who cares at this point right if they had the president did the right on impeachment which we all know he doesn't have they don't have a why would they even care to bother to look for this because they get rid of him anyway right well we got to create a new scandal yep house general counsel Douglas letter is his name so the US court of appeals for the district Columbia about why the house now needs access to grand jury material Muller collecting his investigation quote did the president lied was the president not truthfulness responses to the mother of education so based on that they said we need to see everything now because the Miller Mister Gage wasn't enough and also other stuff I mean this it just they will never stop attacking him that's the one thing about Democrats they are persistent where Republicans lose steam I'm thinking about the fight you got to keep it up are you saying the like herpes that they never go away that they never go away excellence the herpes party what they are that's excellent way to go you just called one the Democrats the the STD party of I

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CDC Report: STDs Continue to Rise in the U.S.

Here & Now

03:17 min | 1 year ago

CDC Report: STDs Continue to Rise in the U.S.

"Number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases in the US has reached a record high a new report from the CDC counted two point four million cases of gonorrhea chlamydia and syphilis in twenty eighteen that's a hundred thousand more than the year before there's also been a spike in the rate of newborn deaths due to congenital syphilis Dr Elizabeth Tony is an epidemiologist of the CDC and she's one of several people who worked on this report Dr Welcome thank you and this trend has been going on for some years now but it looks like through your report that the Korea an syphilis which are three common sexually transmitted diseases combined more than two point four million infections were diagnosed in reported there were one thousand three hundred and six cases of congenital syphilis reported in two thousand eighteen which was forty percent increase in just one year can we talk about that Because that sounds serious congenital syphilis looks like a lot of these cases concentrated mostly in Sunbelt states like Florida Texas California Arizona's in Louisiana what does it mean is how dangerous is that to to an infant congenital syphilis is one of the most tragic consequences of this grind CD epidemic of the one thousand three hundred and six cases there were ninety four congenital syphilis related deaths all of these deaths were animal we have the tools to prevent congenital syphilis we just need to make sure that they're being implemented and taking urgent action to break the cycle of increases in STD's it states can we take a look at why this is happening your report suggests that the use of condoms is falling why would that be so we have data that suggests ever been those changes in behaviors what we do know is that there are opportunities to prevent the adverse consequences STD's all STD's are treated screening is so important to really halt this epidemic another issue is that there have been big cuts to STD programs around the country the CDC's half of local clinics have seen these cuts clinics have closed as a consequence less screening therefore is happening what's going on there why is that money dried up so we know that there's a number of factors that can affect how well programs are funded what I can say is that the consequence says of decreased funding can really affect the most vulnerable communities for many people who are at risk of STD's they don't have a medical home or they may not have medical insurance and those state and

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CDC reports STDs reach all-time high for 5th year in a row

Gary and Shannon

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

CDC reports STDs reach all-time high for 5th year in a row

"As TV's in the US have hit an all time high or at least a number of people who know they have them the CDC says cases of gonorrhea syphilis and chlamydia my I've written reason for the fifth consecutive year more than two million people were diagnosed

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STDs at all-time high: CDC warns syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia sexually transmitted disease cases reach record high

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

STDs at all-time high: CDC warns syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia sexually transmitted disease cases reach record high

"Sexually transmitted diseases reached a record high in twenty eighteen two point five million cases an increase of thirty percent since twenty thirteen the director of the S. T. D. division doctor Gail bowl and says this is a failure of the public health system and they have the tools to

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CBS, Professor And George Washington University discussed on Ron and Don

Ron and Don

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

CBS, Professor And George Washington University discussed on Ron and Don

"Planned Parenthood says is pulling out of a federal family program over what it calls a gag order from the trump administration CBS's Natalie brand guidelines now prohibit health care providers receiving title ten funding from giving abortion referrals to patients as part of family planning services the rule also mandates clinics physically and financially separate facilities providing healthcare services from facilities providing abortions I have no doubt there will be many other clinics that make the same decisions Sara Rosenbaum a health policy professor at the George Washington University has been studying the impacts and talking with community clinics she says the changes could hurt them and the nearly four million patients who receive wellness exams birth control STDs screenings and other care under title ten the administration accused Planned Parenthood of blaming the government for its own actions accepting the grant while refusing to comply with the rules of the

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Florida man gets 10 years for knowingly spreading HIV

Bucket Strategy Investing

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Florida man gets 10 years for knowingly spreading HIV

"A Florida man has been sentenced to prison because he was having sex without notifying his partners he was HIV positive regime a key board for twenty seven years old Pensacola was sentenced Friday to ten years in state prison followed by five years a provision for three felony counts of having sex with another person without notifying the person that he had HIV that's according to a news release by state attorney bill eight in that I know what some of you guys are thinking you're like what why did the other person protect themselves I assume everybody is HIV I know but anyway he was sentenced Friday to ten years in prison a penalty procedure hearing was held on April tenth on a project to determine whether he should be considered a danger to the public state attorney bill it is noted it was the first time a penalty procedure hearing to determine the danger level of such offense has it ever been held in Escambia county this is what the first of its kind of Florida so they say under current Florida law of a I don't they I think they they they missed a word in there under the current Florida law criminal punishment score sheet for these three counts of having sex with another person without notifying the has had HIV Bader for did not score in the range that allowed him to receive state prison as a punishment because of a scorching since voter Ford did not score permissive state prison the only way to receive a sentence as they present was for the state to put the question of is dangerous ness to the public before jury it has to be a county jury found that he was indeed a danger to the public having HIV any face a maximum sentence of fifteen years in prison according to his arrest report he had sex with women from September two thousand sixteen to September two thousand seventeen and lied about his condition to one of the women I mean again what comes to mind is if I ask the person to have HIV and they said no I would be like well how do you know yeah I mean if a person let's say said well not not only now here's my lab results and it's dated today are you know but after maybe a week get it out to get the results back and all that was falsified you know but I you know if you're about to have sex with somebody and you go hi do you have HIV and they say no how do they know did they get tested and even if they got tested it still could convert so anyway in June two thousand seventeen a woman from one fourth of the kids as a positive for HIV and relaxed sexual partner had been bought a Ford she told investigators that when she had seen him in possession of medication used to treat each of a question about it he told her that he was selling the drug for his uncle whatever later told investigators that he had known about his HIV status since September two thousand sixteen which was nine months before they have sex all right so what does this have to do with your I or whatever you know you're going to jail if you put somebody a risk for something that could potentially kill he looks like the bad guy and again if you lied about his HIV status that is bad but where is responsibility with the rest of us I mean if I'm going to have sex with somebody well I'm not married to I am going to be at risk if I'm having sex with somebody who wasn't my only and I understand that's rare yeah I mean we wouldn't really have a lot of the city issues if virgins married verge and we don't have a cities but I understand that's not the way things are right now but if you are going to have sex with somebody who's ever had sex with somebody else make sure they show you a copy of their as to the panel and I told you guys use the panel that you need to ask for is HIV hepatitis I would you be AMC syphilis to gonorrhea chlamydia and H. P. V. if you can get that's not a blood test that any more pap smear or swap or whatever but HPV can help HPV can cause cervical cancer so what makes this story interesting to me as I know a lot of women who got HPV they were a virgin when they got married their husband was not might have picked up H. P. V. from a previous partner wife gets cervical cancer now getting HIV isn't a death sentence like it used to be but it's still service getting HPV should be a death sentence but it could be you could die from that too so then I'm kind of concerned about and this is where you guys now get involved what do you have a TV or not HPV or not or whatever or hepatitis C. or not is if there is a presence that if you are given if you receive a STD that potentially could kill you for because you go through cancer treatment or liver treatment or whatever you have the right to sue or criminally charge a person you had sex with everybody out there better know what the hell they

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Stevie Wonder

John Williams

01:32 min | 2 years ago

Stevie Wonder

"So why is featuring Stevie Wonder he announced on Saturday night and a concert in London that he's taking some time off to get into he's got a big three concerts left and then he's taking some time off because he's having a kidney transplant in September I saw that you did not provide any other information about the nature of his ailments but he was trying to quell rumors he said I'm good I had this surgery scheduled some think it's fine so that's that's encouraging some say simply I'm good I'm good I'm good like don't worry and affected me also say he's got a donor lined up yes I didn't know that I did know kidneys were like it makes it sound like a hair appointment I thought that like if you need a kidney or a list and then all my god they've got a kidney and then I get a kidney I didn't know don't worry in September I'll go get my kidney I'm happy for him but a lot of people too who would say this is a topic that I don't have time for right now but if you said Hey I'm Stevie Wonder I could sure use a kidney all somebody would give somebody would say Stevie I love you here's my kidney I would guess that's why it's actually lined up you know someone probably offered that's what I was thinking I thought wills STDs got it could be put on the first you have to be a match obviously it's a famous line from Ferris Bueller's day off when rumors about Faris's elements of are spreading around the school one girl says I heard that a Ferris dies he's giving his eyes to Stevie Wonder I do remember that he doesn't need your eyes he needs a

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