35 Burst results for "Sunburn"
Chicago Welcomes Back Lollapalooza During Pandemic
"Chicago hosted its largest mass gathering since the corona virus pandemic hit as the Lollapalooza music festival kicked off Thursday I'm marquees are loaded with the latest the one of Lollapalooza featured Blackpool most Miley Cyrus and Steve Aoki while fans dealt with the usual stuff sunburn dehydration what happened to the rest of their group and a pandemic festival attendees had to show printed proof of vaccinations or a negative Copa test within the last three days AJ Masako of Elian AJ says she feels fans are being safe with the protocols in place I think people are just happy to get out in the sun and listen to live music and it just felt very cathartic onstage and good to be playing live music again
What Do You Know About the Galapagos Islands?
"Do you know about the galapagos islands. Probably that it's a remote island in the pacific ocean but it played a hand in the works of charles. Darwin the theory of evolution. But that's not all that makes the island unique it's the backdrop for one of the most bizarre murder mysteries which includes poly-amorous fake teeth. Giant tortoises and murder. Today we're gonna talk about the galapagos affair so the human history of the glucose islands doesn't begin with charles darwin really though his visit in eighteen. Thirty five definitely. Put the islands on the map will literally put it on the map. Us whalers and pirates were already. they're hunting giant galapagos tortoises. These tortoises were actually very humongous. Very slow think like thousands of pounds and could live for years in the hold of a ship providing fresh meat on long. Voyages flurry an island in the galapagos. Has the most human activity and it's the only island with a fresh water supply in eighteen twenty. All the giant tortoises were killed on the island. When crew members of the ill fading whaling vessel essex torched it for no apparent reason after the essex left a sperm whale sunk their ship. So there you go for months. The sailors drifted helplessly in lifeboats sunburn. Starving before turning to cannibalism to survive. They drew straws to see who became food for the rest and then they do another straw to decide who would kill that person of the twenty crew. Only eight survived. They were found off the coast of south america. Insane and knowing that human bones their story inspired herman melville's novel moby dick. You may have heard of it all this to say that there is a what is thought of as an island curse the curse of the giant tortoise a creature that back when they were still around could according to those who interacted with it. Read the dirty secrets of the minds of visitors to the
How to Care for Your Skin After a Sunburn
"Do you do after the sunburn. Because liens i can answer this for myself have you have you had a sunburn recently. Not recently but i can tell you when i when in the past whenever i would get a sunburn i would just slather on some aloe vera gel. Yep i feel like that's that's the answer. Yeah i would look in to what like go to your local pharmacy and buy out like pure aloe vera. I think is perfect. You know like My kids love sunbeam products. For some reason. I've gotten i have some sun bums dumb For henry yeah. They and they make a really nice like after son care cream. I wouldn't go crazy because your skin is so Is irritated that. I wouldn't like loaded up with products especially like i wouldn't put just any old lotion on it. Because oftentimes slow. You might have alcohol in it and that's gonna stinger your skin again. Not an expert but just for my own skin experience. My mom used to put vitamin e. On me when i got sunburn like pure vitamin e. oil So i would just be really gentle and caring with that
Thirsty: A Sheriff James Roberts story from the Wild West
"For a halfway full canteen. The song came to the sheriff's suddenly scoured free by the sandy fever. In his head he'd been in the desert for a week now. He was sunburned. Wind burned hungry tired and more but none of that was the real problem. No the real problem was this sheriff. James roberts was thirsty. It had always been a small word thirsty. Strictly a lower case t word thirsty was how he felt after a hard day of riding in the sun thirsty was how he felt when he woke up in the morning to a dry and dusty mouth thirsty could be fixed by a ladle of cool water from the pump. This was different. This was more than thirsty. This was thirst. This was the deep primal aac. It left his throat hot and painful. His lips cracked like an old scab three days three dry agonizing days. That's how long it had been since he'd had a drink. Even that was barely a sip. Just the warm dregs of his canteen. Now he found himself in the middle of the brand of brow desert alone with nothing but the buzzards for company and not so much as a mouthful to drink. Oh it had all started well enough. Len bradford and his bandits had come to hazel thinking. They'd find an easy target in the small town bank instead. They'd found sheriff. James roberts and three. Us rangers ready and waiting. Most of the bandits were arrested without drawing their weapons but len and his brothers had escaped through a second story window and high tailed it for the desert.
European Scientists Create First Light-Up Tattoos For You and Your Avocado
"A team of scientists in europe have created what they say is the first light emitting tattoo using oh led based technology which is like the kind used in newer televisions and smartphones especially the folding kind. And well of course. This sounds totally awesome. If a bit frightening the team mostly propose practical uses like alerting an athlete when they're dehydrated or indicating when someone should get out of the sun to avoid getting a sunburn and tattoos for medical use are not unprecedented. I know a couple of people who have replaced their medical bracelets for conditions like diabetes with permanent tattoos on their wrists and radiation therapy often tattoos. Small black on cancer patients skin to use as reference marks for the machines and a handful of in the us tattooed kids with their blood types. During the cold war thinking it could facilitate blood transfusions in the case of a nuclear attack. And that's a real thing that happened. I'll put a link in the show notes if you want to read more about it and sort of grim as that sounds to our modern ears. There are still proposals around to people including children with their medical information. A team from rice university. A couple years ago developed fluorescent quantum dot tattoos that would only be visible through a custom smartphone app. At which time they would show a person's vaccination history something particularly crucial in hard hit rural areas. Where people sometimes don't have paper or digital vaccination records then no one's actually a pretty good idea even if it sounds a little big brother that the offset and unfortunately because of that. It's gotten pulled into a lot of covid nineteen vaccine conspiracy theories even though it's a tattoo not in any way an implant a microchip and not in any way related to the covid nineteen vaccines. It's being cited by conspiracy theorists as evidence that the covid nineteen vaccines are implanting tracking microchips into people. It doesn't help that. The original study was proposed by the bill and melinda gates foundation a lot of conspiracy theorists love to say that bill gates engineered the corona virus. Or something. I only bring all of that up in case you hear about it in relation to this vaccine history. Quantum dot tattoo study. So now you can. Debunk anyone spouting that false claim but anyways back to the light up. Oled tattoos in addition to some practical wellness related uses. The team also expects that they could be used for fashion purposes. Like having a light up tattoo or even fingernails and they could even go beyond humans to be used on produce. The tattoos could go on packaging or on the fruit or vegetable itself to identify when it's gone bad now. If you're imagining how impractical it would be to take a tattoo gun to a tomato. I should clarify that. These tattoos are applied more like a temporary tattoo is quoting university. College london the oled's are fabricated onto temporary tattoo paper and transferred to a new surface by being pressed onto it and dab with water and quotes now as gizmodo notes. Quote the idea of personally augmenting. One skin with glowing. Art isn't new either. But previously this has involved bio hackers implanting technologies like led's beneath the skin and the results don't have much practical use besides attention grabbing or inviting questions about why someone would do that to themselves. This new approach to light emitting. Tattoos is easier to apply more practical and temporary without requiring surgery to have it removed and quotes. So how does this one work well. The flexibility of the oled display is key so that it can move and bend along with the human or fruit skin beyond that quoting again from gizmodo. The electronics of the light emitting tattoos made from an extremely thin layer of electro luminescent polymer that glows when a charges applied measure in at just two point three micrometres thick which according to the researchers is about one third the diameter. A red blood cell. The polymer layer is then sandwiched between a pair of electrodes and sits atop insulating layer which is bonded to temporary tattoo paper printing process. That isn't prohibitively expensive. The tattoos can be easily washed off when no longer needed or wanted using soap and water with a current applied the led tattoos in their current form simply glue green but eventually could produce any color using the same rgb approach that oled screens. Us and quote won't professor franken says saline lead author on the study notes that they've demonstrated a proof of concept that d- tattoos can be made cheaply and at scale. There's still a number of kinks to work out. Like normal temporary tattoos these ones degrade pretty quickly especially when more on a moving human and they still need figure out how to integrate them with a battery or super capacitor in the lab. They're currently hooked up to an external power source so oily tattoos might not become into the public too quickly but the technology is there and it will probably happen before
WIRED Senior Correspondent Adam Rogers Talks about The Mission to Find Ancient Life on Mars
"The place that we landed this month is essentially what they believed to be a dead ocean right a lick a river leading into a lake. It is as researchers said to me not everybody agrees with that but but he said if there's a place that's likely to have the signs that something once lived there. This is that it is. It's a crater that was a the the delta of a river so there was a river that then spread out and came over the sides of these of this can walls and laid sediments down and it's in those kind of sediments that researchers have found the signs of ancient life here on earth and that they hope to find it there in these different colors and layers that they can identify but by texture than by their mineralogical constituent. So adam. What would that science outpost look like on mars. And how how would we build a structure to make it habitable. That's such a cool thing to think about. You'd really you'd like to not have to take everything that you need with you because it's really hard to move things from a gravity well into space costs a lot. Wait is the issue mass. So it'd be really great to be able to use the materials that are there to transform the soil or the rocks. they're into the structure. You can imagine kind of digging down into the ground into the regular. Maybe one of the canyons. Because part of the problem with not having an atmosphere is mars is positively lit up with ionizing radiation like everything from sunburn to cancer. So you wanna be out of that as much as possible be shielded from it be nice to not have to build shielding do it. It'd be nice to have a place where there was already water. There seemed to be places where there's frozen water there now. Those would also be places where there might be living things. You don't wanna mess that up. But if you if there wasn't if they were sterilized but there was liquid water. You could use the ice. That was there. You could use chemical processes to transform carbon dioxide in the regular into oxygen. Potentially that's something that There's instrumentation on perseverance to try to learn how to do. And then all of that would then be studded with with science doing stuff in the same way that like south pole station is or any of the other antarctic stations. That different countries have to study to the weather to study to look outward to have a telescope. there that you could see through thinner atmosphere and not have to deal with bad seeing conditions that happen here on earth you could imagine doing the kind of geological mining for potential resources even again getting them homes difficult it has to be. They have to be so valuable that it's worth sending the rocket and then sending the rock at home somehow. Maybe that's you know. That's possible.
"sunburn" Discussed on The Big 98
"We'll make room for another more on that. And the Christmas request from Shay's son that caught him by surprise. Hot headlines here coming up. I got the news. Hang up. Your daddy had a Lake house. He had painted that song, something more. You said I could stay for free. A couple buddies, couple weeks, you and and a little red harder and kind of straightforward Pete Tank top and cut off jeans. Little pack Sun underneath. Who knew it was bad to be sunrise? Sunburn? Son said. Repeat. Oh, crashing into me gonna be easy. Shoot me. Hang on up no entity. Just rising sun, my Sun said. Repeat Sunrise sunburn, son said. Repeat. Turned shutters car on your ass till the day turn and enough until turns with John Turn that both walk into a bar on way guitar around the fire to each other and watched over transparent but wanted Mr its way found like stars we were under and everybody knew. That was our summer. Yeah, There's no way for me. You wouldn't just last night. My own girl. You our sunrise Sunburst son said, repeat everything. Hmm. Crashing into me. Shoot me taking up with nowhere to be seen just last Sunday to see Mr Rai's son murdered. Repeat. Way sent you lie on fire. Yeah, Girl, you and our son rushed son, son said. Repeat.
Ice Cream vs. French Fries
"Hello kimchi. Hello thank you for being here. So kim t just to start off. I like to know. Do you love ice cream. yes. I love ice cream so good. What is your favorite flavor. Probably just straight up vanilla classic. Do you do toppings. I'm going to like chocolate and caramel phase. I think that just tastes really good right now so most likely chocolate caramel and are we a cup or cone. A cone conscious tastes really good. It's crunchy it goes so wealthy you and then when you eat down all the way to the bottom of the phone you have the little baby cone. I know so q. And what about french fries. Do you like french fries. Of course french fries is always a staple so good and do you have a place. You like to get french fries trauma you make them at home frozen ones. My mom actually makes them so. I like my mom's ones the best. That is amazing to live with a french fry. Find kim t. Do you ever get into debates about food. Yes with my sister. Can you remember any of the topics you've debated it's usually like someone's cooking to someone else's we have like. I dunno in bengali. Culture food is such a main thing that we talk about. So we'll compare like cooking's from different on that we have or like maybe our moms versus her dad's it's just really fun to talk about food and see what we don't like see. You are very familiar with judging food somewhat excellent so let's get our debaters in here today. Defending team ice cream will have tommy mcnamara. Hi tommy the low. So excited to be here. Tommy in just one sentence why is ice cream. The most awesome look the moment that ice cream hits your tongue. You are instantly transported to a sweet creamy flavour. Heaven where the clouds are made of whip cream. And the angels are also made of whipped. Oh man for all gonna come out of this hungry today. I know well. Now let's meet. Tommy's very fierce opponent here to wrap a-team french fries. It's britney carney. Hi de hi. Hello britney in a single sentence. Tell us why french fries are. The most fabulous. They are crunchy salty satisfying and eclectic. Few people on this planet. I know for a fact deny french fries unless they're specifically allergic to potatoes but that's still maybe relatively small fraction perfect well before we get started. Let's review the rounds of debate. Are debaters will compete in four high octane. Rounds of debate are judge. Kim t will award points to the winner of each round will start with the declaration of greatness where each debater has to present the coolest facts and stories about their side. Each team will also have thirty seconds to make rebuttal to poke holes in their opponents declaration. Then it's the micro around a creative challenge. Both debaters have prepared for it in advance. Then we've got the sneak attack. A surprise challenge to keep our debaters on their toes and last but not least the final six where both sides have just six words to win. Our judge over. Kimchi will award points as we go. But she won't reveal. The tally for the winner until the end of the debate. Alright kim t you have two points to award this round one for the best declaration of greatness and one for the best rebuttal. Are you ready. Yes awesome brittany and tommy. Are you ready yes excellent. then it's time for us. Declaration of greatness are debaters have come armed with the coolest facts history and arguments. We flipped a coin. And tommy. you're up. I give us the scoop. Why is ice cream. The coolest treat of them all. It's the hottest day of august. You're playing catch outside your sweaty and sunburned and exhausted not to mention hungry but then as if sent from heaven you hear a sound is that could it be. It is the greatest sound of summer the ice cream truck. You run as fast as you can. Too sweet sugary salvation.
"sunburn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tickets go to museum dot TV and $2 off each ticket used the promo code W G. N Let's rock on TV. 80 is currently 10 make that 11 45 here in Chicago. 7 20 wg and Steve Bertrand in for John Williams. Dimitrius, Ivory Meteorologist from WG and TV is on the phone line as well. Dimitrius. Welcome back. Nice to talk to you. Always a pleasure, are you? I'm fine. I don't know where to start with you because I kind of thought I really I thought the smoky son would be gone. But I'm driving in today and it's just that you re sort of Science fiction is looking orb out there. How long is that going to be with us? So we should start seeing some change tomorrow on your right. It it is. It's really serious matter fact are sunburned time at 4 P.m. is 90 minutes. You know, we've never I mean, at least not this even except for on a cloudy day, 90 minutes, pretty on time. And you know otherwise, on a sunny day out there so we wouldn't know. You mean it takes 90 minutes to get a sunburn. Is that what you're saying? Well, and that's you know, obviously everybody was sure right from are, you know kind We don't want folks to think. No, no, I know, but I 89 minutes right. But Yeah, and it's I mean, it's beautiful. In a way I feel almost guilty taking it in because it's so much worse out in the Northwest. That's true. I mean, those number they're usually usually for the four PM you're talking about 35 minutes. 40 minutes. Ah and 25 minutes, right around 1 P.m. put there right now, and I think they're up to 40 minutes and 90 minutes. So it is beautiful Karaj because it's so higher and so high in the atmosphere right? But it's just that beautiful kind of milky sky and red Sunset is certainly not his bright, but does it have any impact on the temperature?.
How a TitkTok star made their skincare products go viral
"I'm a skincare youtuber located in Hawaii. I relaxed focused on creating content. That's both entertaining and informative that revolves around skincare. My hope is to essentially bring people into the. World that aren't. Familiar aren't knowledgeable about the way the products ingredients working give him just the base level of education with some you know in their teen minutes of humor. Hopefully, sue have softened their entry into the skincare world so that they can you know start into products that are going to be nonsense -tising, non irritating, really beneficial for the skin and gives them opportunities to pursue further education afterwards, and I particularly noticed growth on Youtube Been Tiktok from a younger audience. I think which is really amazing to see articulately you know teenagers and young adults who are starting on skincare and really taking care of their skin from an earlier age. Yeah. I was going to ask you how you've got though skin-care skin-care stands coming for you that are all. Basically A. Pop. Star. But in the beauty. That is the best I've ever seen. But I know that your content has gone deeper the not as well. You've been really open about your mental health journey, and in fact I read that it was sort of a personal challenge you had with an eating disorder that help you to discover your own love affair with beauty and self care. Can you explain that y you really done your research thank you. I appreciate it Yes oh my original entry into the cosmetics. was that I was struggling with your the after effects of eating disorder anorexia specifically, and it had really taken a grip on my life and I was trying to recover and I just was not getting over this hump of like self acceptance and identifying own beauty and my therapist had. To like tell yourself in the mirror. You're beautiful every day and I'm just like not enough that does that does not work for me. That's not that's not being just is not effective in. One day randomly having to get like a bad sunburn. So I went to safari for the first time I got tinted moisturizer I brought it home just because I had a few meetings and I put on the tinted moisturizer and I looked in the mirror and it was the first time in my entire life I've ever felt beautiful I had never up until that moment ever looked in the mirror and thought wow, I looked. Really, good I look beautiful. It was just such a foreign concept to me in a really life changing moments and it wasn't because I had makeup on if didn't have very much to do with the makeup more so. that the makeup unlocked my ability to see my own beauty. So after that, I became really passionate about makeup and I start working as makeup artists but I think. The Romance for make it was a little short lived I think. Actually doing makeup people start to realize that not everyone wants to fund cut crease moment every day, which is definitely where my passion more saliva artistry, and then I discovered stinkier and just the amount of knowledge and really focused on identifying you know you're. I guess more. So the focused around health and you know just the crazy amount of information ingredient knowledge in that is just insurmountable like to this day I'm still learning every single day about new ingredients about new information, new studies, new opinions, and I think that just entice me such a level that make up never had also wanted to show the base level of knowledge with others because as I started getting into the skill that was either like you only heard what sales people would say or there was very intense clinical dermatologists riddled with all these very complicated terms that I didn't understand type of information out there and I was struggling to find someone who could just kind of like introduce. You to the skincare world from a very simple standpoint, be able to break down all the you know how cleanse moisture is all the basics and so I wanted to. Help people out in that way and as I learned, I shared my. Journey with people on on Youtube and. Kind now here, and thankfully there's Only more dermatologists, online There's so many skincare contact creators that have made it so much easier for people now as opposed to like even just when I started. So is incredible to see like more and more education and more and more access to easy to understand skincare information. There is for people out there which I'm really happy to see.
Hi-Performance Heritage - The Ramchargers
"This week's project car of the week is one of my favorite cars that I've come across recently, and it was posted on the one hundred facebook page on Tuesday. August eleventh at twelve pm it pretty much checks all the boxes for what I think is great in a project car. So let's not beat around the bush. Let's read the AD. Nineteen Sixty Eight Dodge coronet superbeet twelve thousand five hundred dollars, Omaha Nebraska. West Virginia car original numbers matching three, eighty three or four speed tags still intact on transmission rear end and carburetor includes vendor tag and bill. She cleaned Nebraska title needs complete restoration does not run, but motor spins free folks. What we have right here is the quintessential ratty mobile muscle car a nineteen, sixty eight super be the first year for Dodge Budget Street brawler aimed at the youth enthusiast market during the rise of the muscle car era and the answer to Plymouth. Road runner folks, I love Super Bees and I really WanNa have one in my collection someday. I've actually thought about not even getting a new challenger and just finding an old super be that I could build a modernized A. Twelve with modern Hammy in a six pack Efi setup just because the idea that car sounds really cool to me. But of course, this is a nineteen, sixty eight so while it wouldn't necessarily make a good h well, tribute car, it would still make one hell of a cool ratty Mo- par with a modern power plant but I digress this be would be an awesome project car for someone or heck you know get it running and drive the wheels off of this car has perfect sunburned Patina and I'm not sure why but faded bumble bee stripes awesome on these old ratty Radebe's, and they really kick up the cool factor on these ratty mopeds for me especially with the super vs because. In my opinion and has one of the greatest graphic patches of all time on the rear tail end of it. It's got the Bumblebee Stripe and it's got the circle this a superbeing it's got the super be in it. I. Just think it's really cool. But this car is numbers matching, which is amazing and even more amazing is that this thing still has the tags on the Trans rear end and carb not to mention that even has the fender tags still attached and. You know. The picture of this thing shows under the seat is an amazingly, well preserved build sheet, which is really really cool. I, mean what's not to like about this thing? It even has a clean title for God sakes the engine isn't stuck, which is good but it doesn't run, which means it doesn't drive but you know what I like about that the low price of twelve thousand dollars you know twelve, thousand, five hundred were being specific but let's be real as long as the engine ain't stuck. You know as well as I do that the odds of getting this old Mo- par fired up are definitely in our favor. And Hey did I mention this four speed man I'm about to liquidate all of my Mo- pars and head out to Nebraska and get this thing if it hasn't already sold by the time, this episode airs you know what I mean. But of course, kidding but nobody wants to buy my junk on. There's cool cars out there like this that still need to be saved but this car you know it does need work all over the place. The interior exterior under the hood, the suspension, and I'm sure it's all pretty extensive work but the car is complete and you know that alone makes it a great project in my opinion because it's hard enough to find numbers matching project car let alone project super be that has a lot of the necessary things for documentation for nearly ten thousand dollars. You know what? I mean this twelve five that's not bad. That's not a far stretch from ten. You know I've seen projects, superbeets and CORONET RT's and chargers you know. Closer to twenty thousand or even in some cases over twenty thousand well over twenty thousand. So for twelve, thousand, five, hundred, I'm not complaining. But of course, I'd like to get it for ten grand but you know me, I'm a low baller but I think you'd be really hard pressed to find something equivalent in the market right now for around the same price for a car that's complete like this. But if there are any out there that you Nov, let me know because I'd love to check them out feature right here project the week you know folks. Told thousand five hundred dollars in my opinion this is a great by for a really cool car. This is one of those instances where once again I'm a day late in about twelve thousand, four, hundred, ninety, nine dollars short because I would love to have this car and I would absolutely pay single penny. The seller wants for this thing without thinking twice and you may be out there thinking you know. Chris you're crazy. But Hey, I'm well aware of just how crazy I am any penny less than the asking price for this be is just steel in my book but in all seriousness I hope someone out there listening to this you know jumps on the Mo- part facebook page finds the car and makes a deal on it to save it. So that's project
Ryan Hurd on Songwriting for Morgan Wallen & Diplo
"Like Lonely Tonight. Blake Shelton. Sunrise, Sunburn Sunset, Luke, You look Good. What if I Never Get over you, lady? A heart that heartless diploma jam like all there's a chance, but I mean, that's like the new worlds like, and that is what was up with that song when you are That one I wrote with Ernest and Charley's handsome Ernest is like, Obviously he's becoming a massive songwriter, he wrote. I love my country and he wrote Breaking up in the nineties. Sam Hunt song so great You wrote that new Morgan song more than my hometown. And so I just loved. I think there's some guys that are just there lyrically that it just oozes out of them, and he's one of them. So I just was thinking my phone in front of that, and I keep keep talking man and when we'll figure it out, but it's really cool to be on a project like that. I think that diplo album is really cool. Take on country music. I loved listening to it, and it's really cool just to be a small part of that. We're gonna
Are You Putting on Enough Sunscreen?
"As I record this, it is August which here in the northern hemisphere means hours of outdoor time under the blazing summer Sun. But even though many of us do wear sunscreen to help prevent sunburn skin cancer and the kind of skin damage that the beauty industry calls premature aging recent researches found that we're not applying that sunscreen is thickly as we should hang its effectiveness by about forty percent. Sunscreen is rated for Sun Protection factor or SPF WITH SPF thirty able to block ninety, seven percent of ultraviolet rays, the higher, the SPF, the greater the protection although even SPF one hundred doesn't block one hundred percent of UV light. The problem according to this recent research out of University College. London is that few of US US enough sunscreen to enjoy those high levels of protection. Lead author entity young explained to US via email that to calculate ratings in the lab. Sunscreen is applied thickness of two milligrams of product per each square centimeter of skin. He said, an average woman has about one point, seven square meters or eighteen point three square feet of skin for a whole body sunscreen she will need about thirty three grams or one point. One fluid ounces with three whole body applications a day that's about one hundred grams or three point four fluid ounces. For reference, a fluid ounces roughly equivalent to a shot glass of sunscreen and a large tube of sunscreen holds eight fluid ounces of product. So a person spending a full day in the Sun should use about half a tube by themself. Are you using that much sunscreen probably not young and his colleagues estimate that our real life application of Sunscreen is closer to about point seven five milligrams per square centimeter at less than forty percent of the recommended thickness as a result or not getting anything close to the ninety seven percent protection promised on a bottle of SPF. Thirty. The good news from young study is that you can get away with using less product with SPF of fifty or higher. They found that even the real world application rate of point seven, five milligrams of sunscreen per square centimeter if using SPF, fifty provided considerable DNA protection compared to untreated skin. So does that mean that you should run out and buy the most expensive SPF one hundred or spread your regular SPF thirty as thick as cream cheese on a BAGEL. We also spoke with Ivy Lee a board certified dermatologist based in Pasadena California who explained that you could. But that the best daily Sun Protection Strategy is to keep it realistic. Lee, said I tell my patients to go for the highest SPF possible. That feels good on the skin for daily use. How do you know you're really applying two milligrams per square centimeter? No one knows we don't want to induce anxiety over this we want to build healthy habits. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States and exposure to ultra-violet or UV. Light is a risk factor for all types of cancer including melanoma more than nine thousand, three, hundred Americans die for melanoma every year. UNPROTECTED EXPOSURE TO UV light damages the DNA and skin cells leaving them more susceptible to skin cancer DNA damage can result from either a few severe sunburns or a lifetime of cumulative sun exposure. Incredibly the American, Academy of Dermatology reports that getting just five or more blistering sunburns between the ages of fifteen and twenty will increase your overall melanoma risk by percents. and. Lee says that although skin cancer is less prevalent in people of color exposure to UV, light can also cause premature aging they sunscreen use will slow the appearance of wrinkles and age spots for all skin tones. Healthy sun-protection habits include avoiding sun exposure during the peak between ten am to two PM wearing a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses went outside and full sun, and of course, applying sunscreen on all exposed skin even in overcast conditions. For full coverage, Lee recommends starting the day with a cream or lotion type sunscreen preferably fifteen to thirty minutes before you step outside. Instead of measuring out of full shot glass of product, Lee tells her clients to think of applying sunscreen like a massage or can fully into the skin without missing a spot since body sizes vary and product spread. Differently there's no preset amount that works for everyone. Lease suggests reserving spray or powder type sunscreen for fast reapplication on the go the ideal is to reapply every two hours but lease as a more realistic plan is to reapply around lunchtime if you're going to be out all day. If you're heading out on water sanders snow more frequent applications are required because UV rays reflect off of those surfaces. According to Lee it's a myth that you can't burn the palms of your hands or the soles of your feet. Also, tablets and other hand held devices reflect UV light too. So pick a shady spot if you're going to spend some time in the sun scrolling.
Helping houseplants cope with a heatwave
"Can be a bit of a short. Can you get a sudden burst of sunny days and high temperatures here in the UK, for the last few days it's been getting up to thirty degree Centigrade, which is, she says looking if I can't tell you what that is. Fahrenheit because it's actually off my chart. I'm thinking about ninety degrees. Fahrenheit probably, but much ought doesn't go that high. It does occasionally get this hot in the. UK doesn't happen that often. Often but when it does, we do struggle to cope, because we're not really set up for this kind of heat, and this is a time when we need to be paying extra attention to our house plants, because if you live in a climate where it's regularly getting up into the thirty s then you and your applauds a more acted, but if you're in a climate wet, it isn't the usual practice then. Everyone's undergoing a little bit of shock. So. It's worth checking out your plants checking in with them regularly and making sure that they can make it through this period. Things can account for well. If you've got very hot sunny days. The plants that are in your sunny windows. Maybe I'd to cope in spring in March or April with the amount of light. That's coming in through those windows. Come this periods. And the power and intensity of the sun, and the duration of the sun round the Solstice, the longest day of the year is going to be greater, so is worth having a look at your parents, and just considering some of them might need to be moved a meter or two away from the window, or the whatever the light source may be. That's a skylight, the sun coming through the windows, going to be more powerful at this. This time of year. So think about that unmoved any points before they get the chance to be sunburned. They certainly won't be badly affected by having a few days in a little bit more shade than usual and it major save them from unsightly marks, which could be going Straw yellow or brown patches. Those kind of things can indicate sunburn in mind. Also terrariums can suffer in this really hot weather. Imagine they are like a greenhouse. That is your house, so they can get incredibly heart, and if you've got any shaft of light, the mind becoming through more intense light than they used to, the plants can start to get dangerously hot, so do think about moving terrariums Tutu Cooler locations. Just keeping an eye on what's going on inside, you might need to take a little bit more or perhaps a bit less, but just make sure that they are not turning into a boiling colder that your plants won't appreciate and certainly if you're using the lovely, who must pop technique for propagating cuttings on. Contact from somebody recently, who said what's happening all? My who has popped cuttings just turn into Mersch and I said suspected that the listener had been putting these on really sunny windowsill on the cuttings cutting just cooking, so make sure if you've got a propagation station. Yes, it looks very nice on your windowsill, but think about moving it somewhere out of the sun, because those cuttings will really struggle in this hot weather particularly if they haven't got much of a root system established yet. The other thing to be aware of is that your plants maybe thirstier than usual. Why is that well? When a plant is in hot temperatures, the light intense, and the light intensity is higher than the rate of transpiration increases. That's the rate at which the plant is losing water through its leaves by the water, evaporating through the STA Marta the holes in the surface of. Of the leaf, and it will be drawing up more water from the roots and pulling that through and the high temperature and light intensity, then the more the plant will transpire, so it's going to need more water. How can you slow the rates of transpiration? Well, if the partly surrounded by really humid air, then slow it down, so you can miss your plants more. If you. Move them outside. Bear in mind. The extra wind will also caused transportation to increase. If you put your plants outside again, they might need more water, but just make sure there was enough water around. Those roots of the plant doesn't end up wilting because that will be the end result if your leaves are allowed to get into that situation where there just isn't enough water to supply the rate of transpiration. That's happening if you do come across any parts that have wilted just first of all, make sure that it's not a question. Question of over watering as it can be, implants will, but if they're really draw around the roots, he needs to take emergency act action. get them into the shade. Stick their pot into a bucket or tray of water. Run lots of water over the root ball. Because once that will get super dry. It becomes hydrophobic, so it pushes away water, and you'll need to defeat that by giving you a really good. Soak gift up could soak for an hour or two, and it should recover provided. It hasn't been led to go too far. So do check plants even plaza think well watered them every few weeks. You will find that they will need more water at this time and CACTI and succulents. You've got CACTI and succulents. You will find that they will drink a good amount during this time as well. My CACTI and succulents right now, getting rewarded at least once a week, and especially if they're in terra cotta port, which is evaporating moisture too, so ignorant. Your CACTI succulents because they will need water to.
Learning and Unlearning
"We have decided that we are going to come up with some very tangible and specific goals. Related to anti-racists, work and supporting black creators, black businesses by organizations We're still kind of figuring all this out. And so I anticipate, we will be able to announce a concrete plan within the next couple of weeks, but in the meantime we wanted to talk about some of the things that we're doing and we also wanted to highlight some. Black owned. Beauty Skin care and wellness businesses because I think on the show, one of the things that haven't done a good enough job of is. Spending money and publicising the work of black owned beauty. and there's a lot of really amazing ones out there, so we put together a list and again we ought. We will link to these in the show on our website. We encourage you to patronize these companies. and. Yeah so here are a few that we have highlighted and I also want to shout out. There is very helpful thread on fat mass scares facebook group. That asked for recommendations of black owned beauty businesses, and I learned a lot there and I also learned a lot from. Cosmopolitan beauty director Julie Wilson's instagram. She has a couple of highlights in her instagram. Stories of black owned businesses that I would highly recommend you. Check out and again we will also link to that. Okay so in the kind of skin-care slash wellness category we have a company called honeypot which offers pads. tampons wipes etc.. All natural they look amazing. Company called Black Girl sunscreen which is. Why they say it's Sunscreen made by women of color for people of color because we get sunburned to, and it's sunscreen that dries clear and. I think it's SPF thirty. And again cruelty free. All natural moisturizing etc.. Company called clear. Which is this? Super, luxurious, seeming botanical based skin, care and self care products from a woman who is trained as an esthetician and. Former forever thirty five guests Brooke of art. The host of naked beauty loves their body oil. So I have ordered some and I'm going to try it for myself. I'm very excited, it seems. Amazing. Hana Hannah beauty which is a wellness and skincare brand that pays double the fair trade rate for shea butter from Ghana and they have shea butter in a vanilla scent of Lavender I think Eucalyptus sent. And I think they've of Vanilla. Amber sent as well. Which? Sounds Great Oh and they've they've unscented. UNSCENTED, Shea, butter, and LEMONGRASS, so I ordered some eucalyptus show body butter. Because, you just just makes me feel like I'm at a SPA. It's a delicious smell. It's such a great smell. It is great smell. I'm really really looking forward to getting that shea butter. Company called Gold with an e which has superfood based Lotto blends and facemasks kate. I like you would get into. Some of their products yeah actually was. Already looking. into. I have you're
"sunburn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A chance to get to this year's first sunburn it's a time to remember the men and women who sacrificed their lives for their country and here are some facts to give the holiday even more perspective I'm a morally began as a response to the civil war Memorial Day was a response to the unprecedented carnage of the civil war in which a total of some six hundred and twenty thousand soldiers died between both sides the loss of life and it's affecting communities throughout the country led to several spontaneous commemorations of the dead in eighteen sixty for women of Boalsburg Pennsylvania put flowers on the graves of their fallen soldiers from the just fought battle of Gettysburg the next year a group of women decorated the graves of soldiers buried in Vicksburg Mississippi cemetery two years later women from Columbus Mississippi laid flowers on the graves of both union and Confederate soldiers in the same month in Carbondale Illinois two hundred nineteen civil war veterans marched through the town general John A. Logan deliver the principal address the ceremony gave Carbondale it's claimed to be the first organized community wide Memorial Day observance wow Carbondale huh I didn't know that respective Carbondale Waterloo New York began holding an annual community service on may fifth eighteen sixty six although many times claimed the title it was Waterloo that one congressional recognition of the birthplace of Memorial Day yeah yeah well that that seems appropriate right there I hear Jonah WGN hi Joan hello hi hello yes you're on the air John yeah R. his name yes it is I am shown is two zero I've been listening to you since you were a teenager and I am all hundred and one years old my god that's that's a man and I know I used to listen to you all the time we will roll a letter yeah a dance years ago you were just a teenager so why colonel under his history I went through did the people they have to read it in their history broke so is there any way I could contact you and tell you all the issue date I known date I've gone through well John you can I don't know if you are you are you do you have a computer you know I go name okay do you have a family member who does and you can maybe talk to them and have them send me an email email yes if you if you have a relative who is someone in your family who has a computer and who can help me out two daughters okay I live alone I live here in park regional because a animal lover my neighborhood today yeah when we go for the show but they're staying here I've gone through so many album zero hi good I'm in I am in my right mind well I write my suggestion Joan is that you call one of your daughters and talk to them and have them send me an email at without with the stuff that you want to tell me okay E. mail could be could they get you it would be it would be Nick a jelly or WGN radio dot com J. O. WGN radio dot com it's it's easy it's easy to find your daughters will know how to do it all right okay because I thought I would be lying because I had to share a group you can I would I would love to I would love to hear it amasses a hundred one year's worth of worth of experience so just contact your daughters have them send me an email I'd love to read it okay all right okay John thank you okay bye all right have a good morning hundred one man listen to me since I was a teenager by the way what what is it Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday and Wednesday yeah Wednesday may thirty fifth anniversary on WGN so we have we got anything good happening that morning got something yes don't just don't worry about okay thirty five years at the at WGN and that'll be out Tuesday night into Wednesday morning Willa will be my thirty fifth anniversary here and WG so hard to believe thirty five years you know the first movie I ever reviewed on write letters show back in nineteen eighty five wasn't that a for the thirteenth or something right thirteenth part five there you go what's the subtitle of that one I'm a guys that come I need your Friday the thirteenth if she allowed I want to say that it's a new beginning it's a new beginning because the final chapter was one before Rafael chapter was for okay so new beginning right what's it yeah it's five eighty five that's it that's the one that's the first movie I ever reviewed on Russia I'm which one what's a subtitle of adjacent in space not everyone just call Jason accelis threads just you from you like that series right we do yeah I get I get wrong with you a lot of things a lot of things all right Hey let's take a quick break and I've got to have more facts about Memorial Day in again the phone lines are open if you would like to pay tribute to someone who fought for us and sacrifice their lives for our freedom we gotta remember then we got to pay tribute to them and that if you want to walk calling with their story and give them give them about a tribute here right on the show three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number here on WGR Richard.
"sunburn" Discussed on WTVN
"You don't like the weather it will change and that is certainly indicative of this week because you know tonight we have yet another you got to bring those sensitive plants and and then you know the rest of this week it looks like we begin to warm up each day and by the end of the week we're going to be flirting with eighty so you'll go from wind burned to sunburn by the end of the week I guess if you're outside or whatever as a matter of fact during the break I go out I walk out and my wife's actually bringing the flowers then again which is you know something back forth back and forth that we've been doing so that's just the that's just the world we live in right now Hey you know Josh just brought this up and we'll have more on this in a little bit but the owners reportedly have in Major League Baseball have approved a plan that could start this season around the fourth of July I'm at this point they're saying without fans though that would be you know as far as the ballpark scale it's very obviously sketchy right now in the thing for me is I I I guess all be a little more hopeful when we find out if the players are going for this or not because if you remember correctly last we checked on this the players were having to agree to yet another pay type cut so if they're going to take another reduction or not and a lot of them were vehemently saying you know this isn't gonna happen we're not gonna take another hit because we already did once so again I I guess all I'll be more a little more hopeful if you will because obviously I'm one of those but I I can't wait for that to get going ball you know at this point we're gonna have to watch it on TV it's not like we can go down the street Josh to great American ball park and and watch a Reds at this point now I'm hopeful I'm hopeful though that somehow some way before the end of the season will be able to do that I would think that maybe they'll work that out on a limited yeah like limited like you know space scene and you know because I bet it might impact in there anyway no and the worst of it I thought I wonder if that option obviously by the time they could you would have to accommodate the season ticket holders first so you know Hades season ticket holder do you want to participate to it and you know social distancing bought baseball watching at great American ball park you know and then depending on what's you know how many people how many season ticket holder say yes then I guess they would like to put what single game tickets up for sale for the rest of us think about it I can't imagine one season ticket holder goal and now baby I'll be all right I'm just stay home you know to me and do you think that they'll they'll even have a need to do the special promotions whether it's bobble heads or stuff because you know that stuff is is meant to drive to bring more people to the park which isn't what they're going to want so do you do you know the clippers do you do a dime a dog night because you probably probably to no purpose you know man that's a great point dude seriously I those are designed to drive up bodies in the building if you will and that certainly is not going to be what one thing that they want to do this year they're going to obviously yet tamp that down some so you're right I I don't think they'll be able to they they're they're they're department there what mice the thinking of the marketing department yeah they're going to be they'll be they'll have a little easier this year they're not going to have to worry as much about attendance and here it from their bosses when a you know attendance is way down you need to do some better marketing or for yeah this will be the one time in history they wanted to kind of be the other way I guess right here's a bobble head if you stay at home and you know let let let let somebody else get a crack at going to the ballpark maybe they do that to the season ticket holders exactly when it would be very very interesting Hey do we have a ride yet all we do okay very good all right let's bring him in host of in the garden Saturday mornings at ten AM right here on six ten WTVN is Ron Wilson Hey Ron how you hold up during all this thanks for coming on brother well we're hanging in there I tell you what it's been crazy because everybody wants to get outside and do some gardening so the garden centers available to be open to all those records a lot of folks doing online orders and curbside pickup yachts we we've been pretty busy are you guys are talking about not bringing people into your ball games and and course I'll be disappointed because that dollar dog nights ago sort those things out but actually this past weekend kind of looking up there and saying you know you might want to think twice about come the garden centers because they have limited people can command limited parking it's our server it might come back off a little bit so you'll notice that that's you know that has not changed a little bit with that with marketing and also but anyway what we were doing good and poster out there guarding and haven't had a good time right and into your point Ron I actually went around the corner to the one you know one by my house up here I ran over there to get my wife actually we had some casualties when she covered up some of the plants last week some of the some of the flowers and so I went to actually replenish those and I pulled in of course and it's said not open for you know regular retail and I was like you gotta be kidding me man so I didn't realize that was actually going on that's just the one of right here next to me like right by me or whatever but yeah you're right I mean there are a lot of people who are trying to get all this stuff done they're working from home so they have it seems like you know a little more time to pay attention to that kind of stuff but it is been a rough eight or ten days or what two weeks now what were happened yet again tonight where you have to cover up those sensitive plants and flowers and bring them in and all that and you know the thing or the other you know we we always talk completely quit talking about it but you always used to talk about the process for you date may fifteenth that was the magic number of course that dates actually backed up a little bit now it's early may but that is me your chances to get a frost of fifty percent or less after that and this year with everybody's so anxious to get outside and do something and you're right there at home so what we gonna do well to prove the landscape with plants and flowers was your vegetable garden going you know they all get started with these manuals and tender plants two or three weeks ago which was way too early and you always take that chance and sure enough mother nature throws a curve ball right now and and like you said even of the foster freeze doesn't get it sometimes when you wait you know you cover things over and and that sometimes that can cause damage as well I got an email this morning from a friend of mine up in northeastern Ohio could be worse they've got about half an inch of snow on the ground a little worse yes please we are not experiencing that all my goodness man yeah you're right so yeah we we we're probably I'm guessing we should be good to go after work this weekend I mean obviously anything's possible right I mean it could it could go get crazy again I suppose and but I I don't know when the real I mean either say it is getting backed up with regard to people that that dated the fifteenth I mean when really is the data me good to be really really sure I mean what the last week of may I mean where would we talking here I mean obviously it's no exact science it's not but they look back at the averages in the averages over the last ten to fifteen years we really haven't had late frost we've we've walked out so that's why they backed up what used to be but way back when when I first started this business in high school it was memorial weekend that was a big weekend and everybody got out planted their vegetables are tender vegetables are annuals and things like that because you were pretty much at that point sure you're going to be good to go from that from that point forward you never know for sure but pretty much so but it's always backed up and went to may fifteenth I went to mother's day weekend and now the first day and March or April of sixty degrees or warmer it's time to get out start planting so it has backed up you have to take precaution I think the one thing we forget about it I always try to stress is not so much the air temperature it's also the soil temperature and if you look at our soil temperatures right now we're still running in the fifties and that's pretty darn cold is very fat crab grass and even had a chance to really start to germinate yet because it's been so cool this in the soil so you put those two things together and they can play havoc with some of those tender manuals with me being in this business all of us that are in this business we lucked out because we can't do anything because we're working so hard in the spring time we can't plant until the end of may first of June because if I get a break to get up plan our own stuff and when we do that we usually pass the frost and other stuff usually well actually jump up and catch hold.
"sunburn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Crisp it's perfect time to go outside work out in the garden now you can go work out in the garden or go work out in the garden your choice whether you want to go out and do a little tight she's a little stretching lo yoga where you want to go out there and rip weeds out of the ground and relieve that stress and tension either way works for me I hope that you all are to sunburn today I forgot to mention it but of course we all knew that yesterday was world garden naked day so I hope no one is up this morning suffering from sunburn because say for god to put down plenty of sunscreen hopefully you all are doing fine if you want you can text me pictures that's fine we'll have an enjoyable day laughing at those no yeah I didn't take pictures but anyway then tomorrow is an incredibly important day Star Wars day may the fourth be with you so quite the weekend going on here hopefully everybody's enjoying it taking of the weekend burst of high temperatures fortunately they hold them back a little bit not quite as warm as they originally discussed and that's going to be a good thing.
Tom Brady speaks out
"Right twenty years now Tom Brady has said just about nothing about anything at all he went out of his way to say as little as possible when there is a microphone in his face yeah for a good chunk of that time he was pretty quiet on social media as well but then he started to reveal more and more on social media then he became a free agent and then you couldn't shut this guy up then he started making as much noise as possible and now that he's out of New England he's practically fighting to get in front of a microphone in the past few days alone Brady is done a players Tribune piece that's like a million words long and now a two hour interview with Howard Stern and if you thought that in appearance on store and meant that he was going to completely unload on bill E. Bobby and the pats for how they treated him go ahead and re think that one wrong assumptions were made about our relationship out how he felt about me I know genuinely how he feels about me now I'm not going to respond to every rumor or assumption that you made other than what his responsibility as coaches to try to get the best player but the team not only in the short term but in the long term as well so what I could control was trying to be the best I can be in both of those situations also so I got to a point where I was I was an older athlete and he sort of plan for the future which is what is responsibility is and I don't fault him for that and that's what he should be you and that's what every coach should be doing not that I would ever coach but you know if I'm ever in a position of authority I would understand that she I would think I really need to before that interview was I like to get his face with a game on that is a remarkable non answer even for TV forty three and I always love that movie includes this now I'm not going to respond to every rumor or assumption this made and then you proceed to not respond to any rumor or assumption that has been made you just blow right on by you don't say or respond to Jack I mean I was a chance for Brady could have really unloaded on tele check but didn't and clearly he doesn't want to for whatever reason maybe it's because he genuinely feels like Belichick is not bad guy here or maybe it's just because he does not want to air it out in public and he didn't really seem to want to get into whether or not he thought that he deserves more respect from Billy and Bobby for what he had done again I can't do his job and you can't do mine right so the fact that you could say what I'd be successful without him the same level of success I don't believe I would have been but I feel the same and vice versa as well the time isn't there some reasonable your part that he didn't make you a patriot for life no absolutely not no because this is a part for me in my life that experience something very different here's the thing I mean it is tough to get a read on Brady when it comes to Pella Scheck and their relationship obviously it's a complicated relationship put Brady is not going to let you inside that relationship not very much so what's the point of putting yourself out there the way he is if you're not going to say anything at all a new C. Mike doing a many media tore is about getting your side of the story out there it's about you controlling the narrative you know as well as promoting yourself and your brand and this new phase your career but exactly what is his side of the story again this guy's not saying anything what it seems to me is it's like he's framing things and he's being respectful about Jack but it's nothing but love and respect right well me ask you this time if it's nothing but love and respect the hell are you doing in Tampa if it's all respect why are you still in New England and what about all the reports in recent months in recent years about how strange that relationship wise so which is it exactly is it a totally respectful parting of the ways or was Brady really bad about the fact that Belichick would not commit to him in the form of a multi year extension that he wanted because Brady says it's the former but there's a lot of smoke there it was the latter all in speaking of smoke there was the revelation the Brady drank any smoked weed in high school there was that but is it really a revelation quote what kept me from smoking a lot of weed obviously in high school you try that and you drink and go to parties but I always felt like I was letting my dad down he went on quote I do have fun in high school with partying and drinking and smoking weed on occasion but as it got later my high school life does became less and less and quote I mean I guess that's something it shows that he has been a cyborg his entire life did do was not going to Baskin Robbins in high school and asking if they add avocado ice cream that when all the other kids were baking in high school Tommy was well baking in high school at least for a minute or two I mean damn what a wild man homeboy really did get loose yeah not really then again if you don't chop it up for two hours with Howard Stern not answer any questions because how it's not having that in well he didn't admit to any strain in his relationship with the hood Tommy did admit to a strain in his relationship with his wife you know because of the long hours the resistance bands the avocado ice cream the avoidance of night shades and probably that guy Alex rubbing all that lotion on his legs the fact that it was all in during the football season then once it ended he was all in on his off the field business is the fact that he was being a pretty selfish dude and Giselle was not having that you know she didn't feel like I was doing my part to the family you know when she felt like I would play football on all season and she would take care of the house and all seven of season one ended I'd be like great let me get into all my other business activities let me get into my football training and she said they're going when you can do things for the house you're gonna take the kids to school and do that right now is a big part of our marriage that I would I had to like check myself because she's like I have goals and dreams too it's just not this you know do these things either so you better start you know taking care of things about how so two years ago as it related to your laptop off for me I had to make a big transition in my life to say I can't do all the things that I wanted to do football like I used to you know I got to take care of things in my family because my family was the situation wasn't great she wasn't satisfied with our marriage damn like I gotta stop wearing my recovery performance jammies like wow I might have to eat a tomato I mean I guess that's something sort of as much as a wife telling a husband you're not keeping up your end of the bargain do better or hit the brakes I mean not that that's some sort of crazy revelation debut I think that Tommy was taking the kids to school and doing the dishes I mean his duties all ball all day except when he's trying to convince everybody that drinking water prevents sunburn of course she was passed and then there was the admission that he did not throw to some guys that he did not trust I would say I don't have any trust that this guy can you know help us to win the game and I can definitely expressed my opinion to say if you put him out there I'm not going to build the wall because I write you know the whole team is trusting me to do what's right by the team so you can't put someone out there that I don't believe in because if I don't believe in and then it'll work was for the team home shut it down let's go home he went there if you can trust you you weren't getting the ball you know again for Brady that sounds like some kind of crazy revelation he just admitted if he didn't trust you he would not feed you damn homeboy is ruthless no actually homeboy is like every other quarterback in the history of the world in that regard they have guys that they trust to run the right route and make a catch and they have guys that they don't trust the guys do they do trust get the most looks the guys that they don't don't it's pretty much out is ready quarterback ever however there is one thing that did come out of the interview that we did not know something regulatory the fact is he's got a nickname I nicknamed the we didn't know a nickname the comes courtesy of Matt castle by the way did you know the back castle never started a game in college sign Jerome Bettis is from Detroit anyway Matt Cassel never starting a game in college is now the second most important fact about Matt Cassel because the most important fact about castle he's he's the one who got lost Tom Brady the following now it comes it comes from a gaming six when Brady suffered what was ultimately diagnosed as a sports hernia go ahead ask because like like one side looks like I would say like an orange and then the other side was normal and I was like something's wrong here thank you thank Dr Brady something's wrong here we just jump in there what's your first and the fact that one testy was normal and the other with the size of an orange art Modell things you want to get that checked out Tom as you might imagine the fellas in a locker room we're not about to let that go my backup time capsule turn pictures of me like with this once you step on one thank you guys
"sunburn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In a hospital walking by people with surgical masks on everybody's got a little bit of a little bit of a sunburn though it's kinda nice after our nice day yesterday and I guess it's going to be fairly warm today again before the rains return but not till much later so how are you coping yeah I know it's like those first few seconds when you wake up and you forget we're in this world wide pandemic are kinda nice aren't they and then reality hits and here we go again trailer there was actually a nice spot yesterday I was out doing some yard work in front of my condo building and woman walked by and she's just sort of smiled and said that almost feels like a normal day doesn't it did did did almost felt little bit normal we are seeing more people good morning guys good morning Mary and Mary has been in a undisclosed remote traffic bunker locations so we have to be able to converse with her but we can begin today yeah it's great to talk to you guys I I tell you I was out in about yesterday and if there was some wild night out in about the just don Murray prairie path in front of my house running and I have never seen that many people out and that prairie path yes actually on a week day yeah it was like this is not good well it was good but it wasn't good it's always okay if people are keeping their distance in that matter getting had a group of us well they weren't very well people are congregating like that and it was really good I've never seen so many neighbors speaking to each other in my life this is what's going to be how come out is something good that comes out of all this is and you actually see your neighbors again yeah we we went out for a bike ride and so at people don't understand the mask the people riding a bike wearing the mask and your doctor Eileen Marty who has been with us pretty much every week through this use the world renowned expert on infectious diseases who advises the government as should be with us this morning I think at about seven forty eight but yeah I heard her talking excuse talking my wife last night because their friends they practically grew up together in Miami and she was saying that you know if you're on a bike in your wearing a mask or you're running wearing a mask that's going to inhibit your air supply is not necessarily a good thing so maybe you want to have it to to put on it when you're done with your run or you're done with your bike ride because that mask is primarily there to protect others from from you right yeah I did see a couple bikers with masks on yesterday I said how can you breathe yeah exactly and it wasn't like a surgical mask it wasn't even a cloth mask yeah I I mean E. I think people are little confused about about that hold a mask at a kid or mass classic furniture yeah we will we'll get some well if your tips later from Dr mark yeah I mean if you're in a group of people though if you're like writing on a trail in the people in front of you sneeze and that comes back is sprayed toward you if you have a mascot that's going to help you isn't it I mean well well I gas is there is a one woman in New York I remember reading the story last week a woman who did nothing in the you know but to ride her bike around New York City all the time she gin that up getting covered nineteen and she thinks it was because she was riding around yeah I bet I bet it was noted that she touched a contaminated surface or gathered some other way or maybe when she was adjusting her massacre fingers that picked up the virus got to her eyes nose or mouth maybe that maybe that was it I don't know I mean but anyway it was it was just weird seein bike riders with the mask yesterday but the sure nice out is a beautiful day absolutely gorgeous I saw a few people with actual scarves wrapped around their heads even though they had shorts on shorts and T. shirts or using this car has a mask you know those file I have some homemade ones if you guys need any in the yeah I have been using my scarf but I could use a mask wearing it's too warm now I wonder if Amazon yesterday to try to find one of those in the delivery date was July what is not gonna really helping make you one and send you one okay Mary did you did you enjoy doing the grocery store traffic reports for us a week ahead very much considering my husband does the grocery store shopping I haven't been to a grocery store in in probably a month with you now but the and I just you know I I check them out havoc reports but I haven't physically well people are enjoying your updates from the produce aisle and so forth so we may get back to that again although lately anger the produce just take one down lately the the reports from the stores have been not not that crowded anymore now maybe we're just spreading out our visits and hunkering down after we you know do a major shopping trip is five fourteen almost five fifteen now and as always we have a prize for the first caller of the day if you want to try that we have a a fifty dollar gift certificate for builders supply to date and sometime before five thirty in the morning we'll get to a call three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred is a number three one two nine eight one seventy.
Voice Security in Healthcare with Nate Treloar
"Didn't talk today a lot on security and how do you make sure things are private and secure and how do patients of things are insecure. So one we're in healthcare so this is a particularly sensitive domain when it comes to privacy and security both from the point of view the kind of information that you might want to exchange with a voice assistant but also just because of regulatory requirements and in the US HICFA that sets the tone for how people think about these things Voice the main concerns of voice are that one. It's new so it hasn't been a lot of thought up until recently put into. How do you view voice assistance? From the point of view. Privacy and security and candidly. I think it's the case that a lot of the providers that are in the space. The big is some Amazon. Google sort of backed into an understanding of how important ensuring privacy and security of these new experiences is to consumers generally but especially in healthcare. The second thing is that it's an always on always listening. Device in the main concerns generally not just in healthcare around voice. Assistance have been is eavesdropping on me. Is it listening? What's it doing with the data once it? Has IT And their real legitimate concerns about this because we've all had the experience where you're smart speaker wakes up when you didn't expect it to and the and even though you'll hear this from the big players that the wake were whatever you say to wake up the device whether it's hey google or hey Siri or Alexa is is the only thing that's really listening for out of the gate and but once that week where it has been expressed then it's listening for the next command right so if it's waking up on its own because some ambient sound. Is it picking up other things that I might be saying unintentionally for for its ears? If you will and so. Those are legitimate concerns because we know that that has happened. A another variation of the concern. Is that the big guys are and have told you know the the the world that they are using the the audio that's coming across on these devices to tune the natural language recognition model just a way of saying that they need to make it work better so the way they do that is They listen to anonymous recordings of what people are saying to their devices. Some subset of all the requests that come in and they ensure that it's accurately recognizing and so human listens to it and says. Oh what did Alexa thing they were saying? And what were they actually saying in? Can we tune and refine the machine learning so? It doesn't make a mistake next time that's happening. It's been happening for years really for decades. That's how this technology works but the fact when that became public that was happening created a bit of an uproar Amazon's listening to what we're saying and then humans are hearing what we're saying even those anonymous. You don't know who was saying the fact that there was people doing that created a stir all this sort of comes to a head right in in particularly healthcare. There's legitimate concerns that an always on always listening voice powered virtual system might be violating privacy and security restrictions and requirements. So what's happening one? Is the big guys are making announcements and doing things that are going to make it A tighter ship. If you will from privacy and security point of view in the case of Amazon they have put out a lot of information about how the individual users of these consumer devices like Amazon Echos can take control of what's actually being shared up to and including deleting their history up to including turning off that review option where it might be possible that they are spoken audio goes to a human for the the review process likewise Google and Siri. They've kind of backed into making sure that they're doing the right. Things Amazon among all of them have gone. What step further in the healthcare domain where they've introduced A HIP eligible version of Alexa. Which for a healthcare systems. Anybody in the space means that Amazon's willing to ensure that the data is secure and private encryption. Everything that's going up into the Amazon cloud in the Alexa environment but also willing to sign an agreement. What's called the business associates agreement in the hip of an APP. That says we will commit to doing these things to ensure the privacy and security of data. That's running through our system and that was required. It really required for many healthcare applications for clinical information being exchanged the still a lot of work to do and lots unfolding even to this day. There's plenty more to do if a brand or company has hiring an agency to build a skill that's four. Alexa does the fact that it's an Alexis skill. Make it more secure. It kind of includes a security things. You're talking about or does that agency needs to have its own security measures when it's building skills will. It's helpful. It's helpful to have obviously the knowledge about how to properly secure voice application. It's like any other digital application. If you build a mobile APP YOU WANNA make sure you tested for security loopholes. Invoice applicants are not any different in that respect. What makes them different is? How do you authenticate a user right so of carries launching an out? You're launching an application. How do we know this person speaking is indeed carry and not somebody else trying to spoof you and So authentication are you who you say you are. is part of what needs to be implemented in any voice skill an Amazon providing all the other guys provide some capabilities in that area. But the expertise for how to do that how to do it. Efficiently multi factor authentication. All those things needs to be a discipline that an agency understands and then you know sinking in connecting with a a source of authorisation. So they are who they say they. Are We've authenticate them? But do they have the rights to access some feature function on the Alexis skill or voice skill based on some authorization control? And that's another thing you have to figure out so Amazon. Offers something called account linking which allows you to link some back end system which may say all right? They're trying to access some medical record Based on who they are they can access this medical record but not these other ones or some subset of some source and that those two things authentication authorization to be built into the solution. Now you and your company orbiter have been working with the Mayo Clinic. Can you talk about what you've done with them? And what the results been GonNa talk about. What public so we we help them develop their initial foray into voice which is a first aid skill though was published Initially to Amazon Alexa and then subsequently to Google assistant even in a chat Bot form and we worked with them to help convert their existing digital content into a voice. Ready form as sounds mundane but it's It's a very important thing to solve and not just with Mayo Clinic. But anybody WHO's trying to get into a voice if they have an existing digital experience like a website or mobile APP with content. And They WanNa take that content clinically vetted healthcare related content and convert it into voice. Ready form it's a process it requires technology requires curation acquires. You know medical expertise and vetting. Because you don't just take a two pages of texts that describe the symptoms of diabetes and put it into an Alexa skills not that simple And nor do you just say I'm GonNa just ingest this and let the AI. Engine figure out how to serve it up into a voice. Application requires a clinically reviewed process so That's a bulk of what we've been doing with the Mayo Clinic since we first engaged us to help them through that process and so can you share with us any results. I mean are people. Do you find that people are using the voice application more to access that information. Did they find it helpful? Anything you could share with. Do you find it helpful. I'm an award-winning voice. Skill male won award. They're very proud of and But they're also very pragmatic about it. It's an IT's a voice application for answering questions about first-aid outweigh treat a sunburn. What do I do if I got a spider bite? So it's not like I'll pick one. It's not like the jeopardy game where you're gonNA play it every day or it's got this addictive quality to it. It's a it's an experiment and delivering voice content healthcare continental voice first world and the other thing that the Amazon or the. Excuse me the Mayo team done. Is they've taken that same. Sort of voice. I voice ready content and publish it out to Amazon as what's called. First Party content so you can ask enough questions in depending on the question will come back and say well. According to the Mayo Clinic the answered question is this right So there's a multi step process. I'm from the Mayo Clinic. The measure of success is is clinically dead high value content available through this next generation digital channel voice and. I'm happy to say with the work that they've done with our help. It is and there's a lot more to do even they're not just With what Mayo has because they have literally mountains of content but a lot of other organizations that. We're working with are keen to do this as well. Do you find that since with voice has been around now for a few years. It's growing bigger. Do you find that a lot. More people in the medical space are more open to using voice and understand what it is or is that still a struggle. It depends on who you're talking with I'll say that the clinicians doctors at these major systems they're all over it and in fact It's been almost a problem for some of these systems that you know the the major healthcare systems have almost had to say hold on. Hold on we understand that you want on Alexa device in the ambulance. But we got to think this through right. What are the security implications? How do we do data integration? How's it part of our larger digital strategy so The interest is very very high and in those organizations where the clinicians the doctors have a lot of power. There are things happening and a lot of pilots but we're also being pretty sensitive to the CIO's at these M- in NCO's major systems recognized that you kind of have to crawl before you walk and run and so we're working very collaboratively to making sure that we've checked the right boxes on the security and privacy side. We check the right boxes on an enterprise scale ability size we'd were. It's not in our interest to help them roll out a whole bunch of point solutions. That aren't really secure aren't really integrated with the rest of their digital infrastructure. So we're we're an enterprise solution provider and so we're trying to be very thoughtful on that front. And why personally did you get more into the healthcare space within voice? Okay Stop. I asked this question a lot. I think it's very missy where people have come from. And what gravitates them to a particular section of the? Yeah well so. The backstory is orbits been around for not quite five years when we started. The company actually had a different business a different area of focus. Technology guys first and foremost and Even though we said on day one we want to go after high value problems. Important PROBLEMS WANNA fall in love with the problem before we fall in love with our cool technology. What happened is we built a pretty compelling platform for digital health and the Amazon technology and other technologies voice. We're really starting to make their way into the consumer world and among the leadership team at orbit we had gone on bought these devices right and my personal experience was taking that an Amazon Echo. I version into a friend of my parents of vision impaired guy named Arthur and saying Arthur. Just try this for two weeks and let me know how it goes. After two weeks I came back to see him and he said this is changed my life and was an epiphany really because I thought this is real. This has the potential to transform people's lives. How do we make the scale? And so that's how we got into doing. That's the passion that drives what we're doing and the stories that come from our just very satisfying.
Trump fires key impeachment witness Gordon Sondland as EU ambassador
"Union ambassador Gordon Sunland was a key witness against president trump during the impeachment inquiry saying everyone knew about the pressure campaign on Ukraine to force an investigation into political rivals sunburned has issued a statement saying he's being recall now is the ambassador to the European
"Just to be clear there are lots of different kinds of skin cancer knowing them as just one of many chewed chewed happens to be the kind of cancer that comes from land sites which are the cells in our skin that make pigment and it's the third most common type of skin cancer right right behind squamous cell and Basal the Cell Carcinoma. And I would say it's also the scariest meaning people rarely die from squamous or Basal cell cancers but definitely can with melanomas right but let's not feed people out the five year survival for all. MELANOMAS is greater than ninety percent so that's good true. The thing to know is that survival rates are dependent on the size of the melanoma. Ah really the depth of the melanoma so if the melanoma just involves the top layer of skin. That's good treatment is almost always curious. Yeah but if the melanoma extends down into deeper layers of the skin or even metastases to different parts of the body then the five year. Survival rates dropped precipitously so for stage four disease which is the worst. The five year survival rate is pretty crappy. I think around twenty five percent. Yes so for obvious reasons. There has been a big emphasis on prevention and early detection. The idea being if you can find these things before they grew too big or too deep in prognosis will be better right so the first thing with respect to prevention is who is at risk because the risk of developing a melanoma is not the same for everyone. Yeah so people who are fair complected have blonde hair especially red hair and blue or green. Eyes are at an increased risk from Elena's. Yeah I think it's like twenty times more common in white people than black people. Yeah all white people I guess. Yeah Yeah and also if you spend a lot of time in the sun or -taining booth that's not good. Yeah we're talking to you. Donald trump does he couldn't attaining booth. I thought that was just a Tan from the spray on. It might be anyway if if you've got sunburn when you were a kid or teenager that's also not good. You know every time I right now. I'm just like checking every box I just cringe. I mean growing growing up. We spent so much time at the local pool. My mom would just drop us off at ten. For Time. Warner cod same. The lifeguard lifeguard was our babysitter but anyway that wasn't good. It was fun but not good. Yeah also win. The lifeguard wasn't there we douse ourselves with ketchup. And then fall at the diving boards like we'd been shot. I still feel really guilty about that. But it was also not good in a little disturbing. No good for the soul. But we digress. There are also some heritable disorders orders and genetic mutations that ran families that's put some people at risk and Radiation therapy in childhood also. So that's not good and people who just have a lot moles that increases the risk of developing melanoma. Okay so that brings up a question. If you're somebody that has a lot of moles. How can we tell them? Melanoma from Benign Neva or a normal old mole. What is melanoma look like? Well there are some characteristics that can help us tell good from bad but before we get into those we should probably say see. That doctors aren't really very good at predicting good from bad. I mean we're better than a crap. Shoot you mean better than fifty fifty right but even dermatologists the folks that look at these things all the time. I'm only get it right about seventy percent of the time so means that means if you're a good dermatologists you're still be removing normals. Pretty often right so anyway. There are a couple of tricks they teach you in Moscow to help you get it right one being the ABCD rule. Okay let's see if we can remember that far back as stands for a symmetry if the mole is asymmetric metric. That's not a good time right and be is borders. The borders are irregular. Also not good for color so lots of different colors red white blue also black and gray not good a mole should be just one homogeneous color right not a variety just read is okay just blues okay but not various colors then. D is diameter if the mole is six millimetres wide greater gus worrisome and finally which stands for evolve if you've had them all for years and then suddenly it starts to changing color shape size. Whatever north boy no moles should not evolve? Yeah they should remain uninvolved evolved. Yes also let's not forget. The Ugly Duckling will or one of these things is not like the other rule exactly so if someone has a lot of moles and they all look alike except for one. Maybe that one isn't just a mole and the ones that do look like just them all could also pretend that the potential is there that they could be something. It's very rare but you know we're not saying we're not diagnosing every normal here if it doesn't meet these criteria are not hard and fast. Yes that's true okay. So now everybody out there. Listening has stripped down birthday suit in his examining themselves with magnifying glass. Thanks for the mental energy me my pleasure but the thing is dermatologists are really working to improve public awareness of skin cancers I including melanomas true for good reason over the past twenty to thirty years a number of cases of melanoma has just skyrocketed in fact the number of invasive melanoma Mama cases has doubled from nineteen eighty to two thousand eleven which is scary because these are later stage melanomas the ones with a bad prognosis. Yeah but here's the deal. Most people think this is due to increased diagnosis from screening not a true increase in the number of cases. Well then we have a problem. I mean if the number of cases week diagnosed has doubled old because we're doing a better job screaming than we should see a corresponding decrease in mortality. Exactly but that's not what's happening. Mortality has decreased only a very little bit certainly not close. Goes to what you would expect with such a huge jump in diagnoses. And here's the other thing. The United States Preventative Services Task Force the USPS T.F. The the folks at review the body of research on a topic to see what the scientists telling us. These folks don't recommend screening. Let me repeat that they don't recommend screening. There's just not enough evidence evidence to say it really works so we're diagnosing more and more melanomas but it's not really affecting mortality. People are dying almost as much as before right and this is something. We're starting to see fairly early regularly and medicine. These days across many specialties We want to believe it. Screening the general population for cancers works. But this may not always be the case. Yes yes so the risks of not screening. We get you'll miss a cancer if it's early enough to do something about it but the risks of screening or not as well known or appreciated right and we've talked about this on previous podcast screen and can lead to false positives unnecessary procedures increased cost to patients inside in general anxiety pain suffering. All those things get so maybe we need to not necessarily screen more people but screen the right people right screen people who have a higher risk of the disease than the general population. Okay but it's not all doom and gloom in fact there's some really good news out there about MELANOMAS. There is for one. The number of melanomas diagnosed in young people is going down. We're seeing it less and less and young folks not exactly sure why this is happening. Maybe it's due to increased emphasis on prevention. I mean I was out there with baby oil on my kids. Were not out there with baby. Yeah so there's there's a big difference right there yeah. Meeting more people stayed out of the sun or covered up. More people wearing sunscreen. That kind of thing. Yeah I slathered sunscreen on my kids way more than my parents ever did for me. I was religious about a real then still there were a few cents sunburns in their same. Because we're so pale but well. I'm wondering if you've been getting questions from friends and family lately about the safety of Sunscreen because of that study the FDA publish this yeah right so this is a study that showed chemicals in sunscreens are absorbed systemically Klay levels at the FDA would normally require choir phase one through three testing before approving exactly. So here's the thing we have no idea what these chemicals are up to. And our body wants to gibbs or maybe they're up to nothing they're totally harmless more. Maybe not we just don't know but we do know that using sunscreen prevents skin cancer sir. That's not in doubt so we need more studies. That what I hear you saying. We need more studies to figure out what's going on. But until then dermatologists are recommending. Continued it to use sunscreen because the benefits are so great. Yeah and the risks are basically unknown. If you're really freaked out about it you can use zinc oxide based or titanium oxide Bay sunscreens trains. Those aren't absorbed. They just sit on the top of the skin right there barriers. But don't stop protecting yourself from the Sun. We knew the benefits to some protection. So keep up the good work mom and
"sunburn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Like I'm almost got a sunburn on Saturday because I wanted to get out and get the sun it's so rare that I get to see the day and also rare that that day his son in it so I will I walk a lot yes that's where I got a little bit a sunburn on the back of my neck who by the way went to get a massage today I I had a self care weekend pedicure on Friday guys you have to try it I wanna couldn't turn out before you go so that you don't grow some out but it was this was thirty Bucks and it's getting getting pampered any feet feel great even put a little mask foot mask same green stuff they use in the face and then on Saturday no wait Sunday spectacular mustache I go to a place it's hit or miss you never know what it's gonna be like depends on who you get I got I got a winner tonight and she rocked my world even elbows I'm telling yeah I like my massage just hired really firm if I'm not in blood at the end of it then they didn't do their job I mean I wanted to hurt and this was a good one I was like Jello can you do it harder I said come on get back into it she was huffing and puffing he gave a massive tip because you work so hard let's go to man a Manchester and Dave hi Dave hello brandy how you took great how you I'm doing better than I deserve lesson that's how humble of you I'm sure you deserve it a lot I know I just I that's not a good circular but I gotta keep my testicular sometimes the way things are sure absolutely what's going on you know what's going on I love your shows man that I tried calling him the other night you had a you had a great show going on in reference to you know your favorite bands and stuff like that yeah we had a couple of call you had a couple calls in and you made a shout out you made a request to shout out to people who would do yes and don't call enough and I just want to backtrack for a real **** and I do have a quick poem I want to keep you too long no problem you had a call from get a call in name Paul I think from and I want to say Burlington a sudden going through some tough what bill Recca maybe Burlington stuff like that okay he's got he's going through tough times getting divorced and all that and you know he he he even if you spoke a lot to him and and I was listening I thought pretty diligently and he's just he's really having a easy data's out you know or whatever and I just wanna let him know that I've been through what he's going through and it's it is a tough time but if you keep to set up good things will good things will come eventually you talking about the horse right yeah he's got a couple of kids and stuff like that lost the house yes yeah now we now we kind of you know he's trying to you know file for assistance with things that you might be it able to apply for a it's a tough game and it's really really hot they they make you jump through a lot of hoops to to get what little you might get out of it yeah you know in a so you know it's good to do talk shows about something relevant and there's not much more relevant and avoid the divorce because so many people have had to go through it end of Terry Terry apart it it it it's hot and I think he mentioned something about them this family and what not when you get married you married the whole family when you get divorced your divorced a whole family and I'm here to tell you that I'm closest to my in laws then I think I am with my own family in some respect interest that's not a bad thing because he made mention about I I think you asked him a question in reference to did you lose some of your friends to some of your friends go to her and stuff like that right and that does happen it really happened and it's kind of sad but you know what you find out who your true family is in your crew will your real true friends out when you're when you're down and out like that yeah Mike my hackles up to him and I I wish him the best thank you for all that was a call out a shout out to somebody who you may have to do like to right up to somebody who really doesn't always gonna shut up and then you you actually had a I'm going to quote you for on something if I may you had a new collar it was June from Beverly Newstead wells this is Jim from Bailey is a belly from June and I thought that was pretty cool you made me laugh and then I was thinking today about calling in and all of a sudden you said earlier tonight you want to make another shuttle could you in Beverly and sure enough he called in she called in with a poem yes so I thought I thought that was pretty cool and ironic so if I may just go at it I got my little poem we're ready and your your last call I had a good one about the guy gave in and sacramental there or whatever it was I thought it was pretty good alright so heres my palm it's kind of corny and I want to reiterate like June said earlier when I heard her palm tonight that she didn't really like to get a good are neither do I but his is what I got I'm ready I heard it I heard a girl from Beverly mass name is June and I think she's a gas my name is Dave and I'd like you to I'd like to know if the breakfast lunch or dinner is some place you would go if you say no I would understand if you say yes I would take your hand and by now I'm sure that you know that I heard your voice on the Bradley J. show that's it yeah that's cool man city are you actually ask you asking her out well you know what it's so fun no well I could maybe if she would say so and and the you have another couple of callers Millinder it's great to listen to okay both have great voices from from the from the conversation you had with Jim the other night I think that her and I would have quite a few things in common as a matter of fact about concerts in this matter favorite concert was John Denver I think she said what's yours out she was kind of all my god my last well I saw blood sweat and get us giving up let's from his one of my favorite bands of my last concert ironically when I was reading the beginning of my divorce was struck Chicago and earth wind fire down at the we set up I get the blood sweat and tears the Chicago mixed up to no I I didn't I well it just came I I don't know like I always makes well they're both great bands David Clayton Thomas I mean they're just fantastic and but my stupid like my favorite bands growing up was definitely Chicago right off the bat and earth wouldn't buy up and to see them both in concert at the same time in the same state yes the impasse it was in you know you talk about diapers real quick you're you're in the metro area now I know you're up in Boston somewhere yeah but I grew up I grew up in Malden and I think we talked about that Gentles grill was a a real kind of thank you bye is it gone now I don't know if it is it was not used to have it's right next door to a Cappies liquor if I'm correct in saying oh really which is kind of close yeah it's not too far from you at all as a matter of fact and then downtown Maplewood square mall there was Jake's pub JH pub in gentle grilled were owned by a police officer and I I'm sure Jake is no longer with us he was old back then in any other place was a hole in a wall which would be right up your alley it's probably about ten foot wide and probably twenty twenty feet long just one straight and it's in between like two little Billings one little door you know and that was some place that was way back in the day it was kind of old so that's good yeah check in Jack's is Jake still around yeah I it might be it could be it could be stolen make which where I don't know I haven't been there in so long I I've been at a mall them for almost twenty years but both were buys that I grew up in and around with them sometimes good an under age the matter of fact how do you spell that how do you spell Jessel R. J. E. S. S. E. L. yes okay I'm going to look at that real good yeah it's like it it's kind of a restaurant one side a bar on the other side it was an old time bye and and it was funny because you you made the comment about a guy selection over at the end of the bar innocent and the I that's kind of how I remember the place to be you know because that's what it was kinda like yeah end of an old old kind of old school about the silhouette of some old guy hunched over his bare no yeah yeah sing it because he doesn't want to go home alone right right Dave thanks take care take care yeah I look and I hope I don't get your doesn't take any offense to Mike my home but I thought it was cute it is very very cute thank you all right back good job everybody well let's talk to Harold and had a hand over the double H. Hey Harold hi there Sir are you doing right yeah you get a group home in I'll need a I don't know if you do this but they used to be a thing would see little Elian biz where call the deviation alert member that the deviation alert thoroughgoing knows all about that you know what that is I don't know how I will it's when they hold as for something in the call or give them something that's a little different exactly what the hold form I see for example I have a home but I can figure they were reliable yet I will talk about may be better right it is definitely a deviation but okay go ahead with bombing we're all about entertainment here so let's let her rip there we go Hey what about me your rate am I just plain boring or maybe I called too late one of my life unlike your loyal little dog I'll go along.
Episode 11 Laying Out For CRISPR
"Well and Michael Are you a person who always on sunscreen when you go outside no no no I got I don't get it I you know this summer I got out within in a while now that are a little older I feel like between becoming an adult did you know working nine to five with the sun's out of them young kids but now nowadays if you know we got it we went to the pool we do all that stuff I- I tand pretty well so I'm not going to be outside for twenty minutes I don't worry about it I did get one sunburn this year so maybe I should have done it more yeah well people used to go to the beach and just cover themselves in baby oil so they could be getting good hand but I feel like those days are mostly gone more likely at the beach juicy people ladies in huge hats China protect themselves from the sun from all the damage that it causes but I don't know think about what would you do Oh my goal if you if you were had some sort of issue where every time you went in the sun you would take the risks up developing cancer I mean isn't that what we're replying with sun damage this bill basically that a any any real sun exposure gives you cancer I mean that's that's you got burned that summer did you kanter no but did I raise my chance of getting cancer you're talking about like I would have burst into like cancerous immediately it's GonNa be rain down on me it's GonNa be the big chip on my in my arm is going to pop up cancer all of a sudden because I walked out in the sun for five minutes yeah yeah I mean you you go outside you get a Thun Bern and within a few days you develop them and malignant melanoma developing on your skin the I I would start sleeping during the day working tonight yeah that's exactly what this man in California has done. He suffers from an extremely rare disease he's where he has extreme sunlight sensitivity so that anytime he goes out in the sun he he developed mold on his body that can eventually become cancerous and so yes he definitely has had a job where he works at night and he is now petitioning in offering his ready to be Chris Byrd the name of science oh he's he's doing what now exactly so he's offering himself up to be Chris Byrd by way we so this isn't this isn't a seventy he's not going out in Suntan in you know baby oil and going out in the sun and getting crisper that that's not what you're talking about no no he is an in he he experiences malignant melanoma basically every time he goes out in the nine anytime he had some exposure so what client what classifies it as malignant. I'm not I mean I have all sorts of freckly type moles that you certainly not malignant but what makes them what makes them malignant versus just hey this is something that happens to my skin in the sun right so if you're the malignant melanoma then the problem is that it can eventually miss metastasized and spread to the rest of the body and so every day he basically has to look at his entire body and check himself l. for mold that could develop because of any sort of UV exposure and as soon as he notices them to go and get them removed now okay so you've been dealing with it since he was nine years old and he started developing all of these moles off his body and when he came of age of nineteen he eventually got graveyard shift as a waiter denny's just so that you wouldn't have to expose themselves to any any sunlight is this has he got cancer no he hasn't I don't think so but he feels like at some point at he's getting older I think I think he's thirty now in key fields like it's getting worse and worse than he feels like eventually he's going to miss something and that he will get cancer yes so he has in genetic disease it's something that he inherited it inherited it is not really a name for this disease it's so rare and there's no no cure for eight besides just avoiding the sun at all costs and so so he has started petitioning scientists to ask him to see if they they can Christopher his buddy if they can care it retroactively remove via yes but that's not really how it works right I mean he is however millions of cells with carry this thing so how can you give them all that now that's a really great question because that is not how Chris Bury were crisper is an amazing technology it can be a US to alter it can be used to take out small amounts of of DNA sequences to basically turn off a gene which we talked a few weeks ago about the scientists in Russia who is trying to crisper the the babies who are likely to be born death right and so in McKay The scientist is actually just deleting the this sequence that has the mutation so that the gene that causes that the problem is is basically turned off which by the way I update you days ago that that scientists is going ahead with the plan he's actually started editing the genes in human eggs yeah sure let's let's be exciting yeah so he doesn't necessarily have approval to you start to to start the experiment to actually implant thanks but he's going ahead and editing them in just in case he does get all right and this is what was basically the same thing as he needs to have a willing he's going to have to have a willing participant though in this case I guess it'll be a parental we'll participant the volunteer child and here's this guy this guy wants to be like hey let's let's push this forward throughout all this approval just hey come on come do what you want to me I'll be getting big well the guy in Russia here already has parental approval you're talking about the the guy that wants that his moles that Christopher guy that that's what worries about getting Chris Byrd he wants to be Chris Byrd because he's worried about getting Chris Byrd in exactly to get two crispy in the sun so he's going to get Chris Byrd well yes so the guy in California he read in two thousand seventeen about the bio hacker designer he failed in genetic engineering kit and is that the guy that just like just randomly starts putting stuff in his arm because when he was at a biotechnology conference and just injected a crisper cocktail in to his body supposedly it was a muscle boosting crisper cocktail Yep not quite sure how that works or if it's legit but it's definitely something that that he was interested in display hang so yeah so the California he saw that that happened he said Hey I wanna be Chris Byrd so he started he took it upon himself to try and find a gene and that could save him and he found a gene that he would like to have Chris Byrd into his body right so so the house aside where he founded Jean that he doesn't have or well gee what does he turn on two hundred one off I I don't this is getting media leaves a bit gene his diseases he's missing gene or what they don't know exactly what conduct his his I guess his acidic genetic mutation he doesn't know exactly which mutation he has I'm sure some scientists could eventually find that out but I guess the route that he's going to do if he found a gene in the water bear the okay a bear correct have you ever seen these little little tiny indestructible things yeah yes so he found something and and one of those eight legged water-bearers that it's a gene that protects them from the damaging effects of radiation which is one of the reasons why they have such a long little life fan so he is trying to find someone who will basically crisper that gene into his body okay good plan right war yeah the show this is great I love this plan this is a great plan is well thought out for sure he hasn't although he has all the information and he knows what the Da- I I mean I I get I get the desire and shore you WanNa be the Guinea pig but this just seemed like snake oil on this thing wearing red shirts and he had he makes great he's always got these redshirts is regulated color red well that guy that guy's really good at basketball uh-huh maybe I'll be really good at basketball and that's what the skills like
"sunburn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of us mix sunshine and booze maybe think twice I'm here thousand RP reports that drinking alcohol can up your chances of getting a bad sunburn the leading risk factor for developing melanoma is getting too much sun but there is also evidence that drinking alcohol is linked to an increased risk of skin cancer to Erin white of the national institutes of health says that one reason is when people drink they're less likely to apply sunscreen and more likely to stay in the sun longer but it turns out this is not the whole story the research suggests that alcohol reduces the amount of time you can spend in the sun before you get a burn white says alcohol seems to have a direct effect on the skin and the evidence comes from a small study researchers in Germany recruited a group of healthy men and measured how much UV light took to burn their skin after they consumed about three drinks and what they found is that after the three drinks the amount of UV light it took to burn the skin was significantly less and so it's surprising because it tells us that alcohol increases your risk of getting sunburn not just because people don't tend to put on sunscreen it's not exactly clear why this happens but the scientists have a hunch as part of this study they measured levels of carotenoids anti oxidants that can help protect against the damage done by the sun and they found that after three drinks of alcohol levels of crowd noise in the skin were lower and so they speculate that those lower levels of carotenoids render the skin more vulnerable to the damaging effects of the UV light more research is needed to nail this down but white says the connection is important the added risk of sunburn with alcohol is probably one of the contributing factors to the increased rates of skin cancer in people who drank well most people have heard the advice to use sunscreen the advice to moderate alcohol consumption may help protect.
"sunburn" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"How was your weekend I'm sunburned and refresh the slept in it was nice Jesse will final step in and kiss FM this is Kelly and and and this is the one and two point seven kiss FM to leave right there yes hello Sonya I guess I've I came into work and everything I was told that I'm not allowed to try the the the bottle cap challenge because everybody working some kind of clumsy that I'm a tear my ACL of us right here at work so they want me out of workplace injuries so they said I can only try at home what is that this is a twisted my ankle before all right well that's fine Justin Bieber just did it so I'm gonna.
"sunburn" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Explains the sunburn on the bottom of the three and the waves walking on sunshine New Jersey what one point five week days we talk and holiday weekend and this song very body seventy eight for a long time with the slow right hang in there with nine twenty with Bob o'brien.
"sunburn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And we were traveling in my dad's a fireman. If you're in the in the area, both my brothers are firefighters now and we would travel with a bunch of firefighter paramedics. Buddies kids. That's how we started doing these trips. So, yeah, we were well cared for. And that's why I can't imagine doing one of these vacations without at least a little. I aid know-how sure or what the case may be. But it was a really great six eight Texan. I've been to Indonesia and Vietnam. But my worst sunburn is being in northern Wisconsin on a pontoon. That the truth though. Oh, my name to the summer, man. That son is right on up there. And you've, you've really got to protect yourself there. It's something I didn't take seriously. You know, when I was younger, but man, I do try to lathered. I am you know, Roger, I the whole day I was so proud of myself, I was like, you know, I'm replying every two hours. Yeah. I'm in good shape. Just forgot that I didn't have committee should have gone to the Roger school of medicine. We would've taken care of you. Right. Got a bunch of saws. Another great. Roger. You're giving me a great lead. The breaks here, born seven twenty WGN. Ten minutes. Hey, so famous. Winning back to track. Summer. Sounds better with baseball on the radio. Baseball.
"sunburn" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It is trendy to get sunburned these days, just I'll repeat it, it is now trendy to go out and get burned of all places in America. This is the one of the better places to get a sunburn very quickly. So this is probably going to be the number one, I guess city for this, it's ridiculously hot outside is going to get worse. So most of us are looking to cool off in the pool. And while you're out there, you may see some people taking part in a trend that dermatologists say is a really bad idea. So take a look it is called the sun burn tattoo. Sunburn tattoo, the sunburn tattoo, basically people that putting these stickers or stencils on their skin, and they're sitting in the sun and tell. That shape is then sunburn onto their body. Look at this woman, we talked to Dr Destin woolens from -ffiliated, dermatology. And he says that this is really kind of a new iteration of an old idea, people were doing this with money and heart stickers and tanning beds, back in the nineteen eighties. But I don't remember I do remember that. So what is it? It was a people would use tanning beds, back in the eighties, and they would put like stickers at now to tan, and all that. Right. Right. But this is where you put, like a heart shaped sticker, something like that. Becky Lynn actually saw radio station call letters you. Yeah, that's right. We ought to have we ought to have Lloyd. No checking Gaydos on his head and go out in the sun and get a sunburn. Let me tell you. So I'll tell you it'd be great me. Tell you something. If you're stupid enough to do this, you should get skin cancer, you deserve it. That's stupid. People are if you want to go out and do that you deserve to get skin cancer. And you know what? I skin cancer ripped out of my face last year. It ain't that fun. So if you want to go through it was ripped out of your face. What's that? That's because you chose to have it ripped out of your removed. Yeah. But, but again, I mean if I I'm I'm being so honest here. If you're dumb enough to do this, where you deserve what you didn't go ahead. And I don't really care about you. I look, the ultraviolet radiation or raise you. I mean, really well, I mean it causes your skin to age faster causes you wrinkles sunspots. I mean because of my Irish heritage, I have to go to the dermatologist and get these sunspots or liver spots, or age spots as they're called burned off of my hands and part of my it, I'm so fair. I was at fun. No, it's not. No, not fun. And it's funny because the dermatologist and all the aids in there, get up in their gear. They laugh at me. They laugh at you. They think it's yourself. I only hurts a little minute. No, it hurts. Like are you kidding? You got burned. Right. This is from damage when I was a kid. Yeah. Then it comes out now so just because I'll do it once or twice. It's no big deal. Twenty years from now. You may regret it. You know, like listening to this show escape skin cancer is a serious deal. I when I was sitting in the waiting room, okay? When you when I got these, the, the skin cancer a remote removed from my face. Yeah. I, I was watching I, I saw one guy who barely had a nose. Barely had a note because because they had to cut most of his nose off. Oh, because that's your skin cancer was now for me. It was on the left side of my face on kind of on the left side of my nose. The cheek is does not terrible place to get it. Yeah you can hide a little scar. You can see my scar little bit. But imagine having most of your no yet or your ears. How about getting half your ear chopped off? That's, that's what sunburns and skin cancer can do to you. Yeah. So they'll put an I know this going to sound weird. If you've got it on your forehead. You basically a hole in your head. They have to dig a lot of times they have to dig, so deep. Yeah. To get it. And when I was there, they said, hopefully we're going to get it on the first try. And I said, what does that mean and they said, we're going to numb? Yup, we're going to we're going to dig for it, then we're going to as you wait with your face wide open with a wound. We're going to test the, the skin cells. And unfortunately they had to dig more that same day. Wow. You don't leave until they find skin that is that under the layers and everything. That's healthy. Yikes. And it's not fun. So if you want to go and get a sunburn tattoo, if you want to put a little sticker or a stencil on your skin and sit in the sun until, you know, that shape is sunburn on your body. Go right ahead. Be a moron. Go right ahead. I don't have any stop you. I don't think this is for adults really unfortunately, like most things that are cool and popular. It's with kids and you won't see this until you're older. And trust me from an old man, you don't want this. You really don't my grandmother, God bless her? She died when she was, like eighty three eighty four she looked like she was in her early seventies because she never went in direct sunlight, and everybody made fun of her from being from Rhode Island and not getting in the ocean and not going on the boats, and blah, blah, she would be under an umbrella on the beach all the time. She looked great. Yeah. I don't think you have to do to that extent, but I would saying my grandmother's beautiful are is that what you're saying? The picture beautiful. Picks. I saw her in her seventies. And I would've taken did not have taken around under great date. It'd been great. If I was single your grandmother, foot just a date, it would have been nice, I would how would have been a total gentleman. I want to break took a break. God, please. I don't even know where to go with up next. So Riddick after a woman was struck and killed in Tempe. Remember that L the has Uber driver. Uber improved its autonomous vehicles next..
"sunburn" Discussed on KCRW
"Sunburn are very well established, so you still need to use sunscreen, when you're going to be outside and on exposed skin, the FDA has said that they consider that titanium dioxide and zinc, oxide is active ingredients are safe and aren't absorbed through the skin. However, in consumer reports tests of sunscreens we found that they don't perform as well. So one thing that you might want to consider is using sunscreen that does not have Oxy Benzon of all the chemical active ingredients. That's the one that seems to be most worrisome. Although it's far from determined whether or not it is actually a problem. It's also the ingredient that can possibly harm the coral reefs that was. My next question we've been hearing about this idea that sunscreen can be damaging to the environment and it feels a little bit. Like we can't win in terms of choices. I mean my wrong about that. You know that research is still in the early stages as well. And I don't want to undermine it or underplay it, but you have to think about things sort of globally, and one thing that you can do is if you're concerned about sunscreen use, is you can just be extra careful about covering up. So I know for my own kid, the swimsuit I got for him has long sleeves. And I'm always putting like a hat on him. So you're telling me that's not overkill, that is not overkill, that's actually a great idea. You know, there are a lot of sun protective clothing options on the market now, so that will help protect the environment, you're using less sunscreen, and it will also help protect you against any potential problems with sunscreen ingredients in the end. How big a deal is this study published by Jammeh? I think it's great that the FDA has called for more. More information. But I'm concerned that people will take that information and not really understand what's behind it, and then stop using sunscreen or think that sunscreen is definitely harmful. It's important to remember that none of that has been established yet, and even the FDA has said you shouldn't stop using sunscreen with these active ingredients. In the meantime, when you're going to the beach, what are you going to be using I used sunscreen all the time, but I'm also really careful to cover up. So if you came across me on the beach, you would see me in a long sleeved shirt, under an umbrella with a towel over my feet. So I didn't get sunburn but I use sunscreen regularly. So I don't have to bring back the parasol just yet. That, that's what I was thinking of. That's not a bad idea. Jerusha Calvo deputy health and food editor at consumer.
"sunburn" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Special type of tattoo that said it's the new hot thing this summer. They're called sun, tan or sunburn tattoos. This put the little league playboy bunny on your. And then you get the Tanny bed major combat. So you get a stencil and you tape it to yourself or have you wanna put on your body. And when you get a sunburn suntan will have the suntan tattoo kinda hot. Yeah, I agree. Yes. The playboy bunny. That's trashing. Exactly. It could be. Trying to. Searching talking to. There's just trashy trashy, then there's like semi trashy where you're on the fine line. That's what I like the most. On the. We still could come back to classy. You also can be somewhat trashy. Right. I like that rather than always trashy. That's this is no help because it's kind of scary. I like in the middle where you can make us. All right. Little trashy. But tomorrow, let's go classy, they could go to work event and dress. Exactly. Right. And not play. Play money suntan tattoo, and they're relying Jason's. Headed to the bathroom. All right. But that is what the line IBS. That's why you just drink soda. New trend is sunburn tattoos. Your son. Jordan. What movie I. Excuse me. Mean to insult your city that the people of this feature very rude. I'm starting here that Dr. Sells.
"sunburn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Body. Thirty minutes prior before you go outside you feel like sometimes shot glasses are more readily available than tablespoons when. Might be easier. Now for those who are either truck drivers or pilots, and I can speak to this. My father in law was a pilot, and boy you can tell which side of the cockpit. He was sitting on his his left arm is far more freckled. So even the glass isn't protecting us. Now, it's not the UV a actually radiation. There's there's different UV wavelengths out there and the UV can trait right through that window, and the UVA is what goes deeper into that skin condemning the DNA, and then 'cause those cancers, okay? So UVA and UV be are the two things we want to look for in our sunscreen. Yeah. Broad spectrum UV, UV sunscreen with SPF thirty or higher and containing zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, both would be great. But if you're going to. Look for one T ingredient as oxide is what you want. Now, the key question because I go to the closet in the spring, and thank my sunscreen still there. I didn't finish it. Does. It expire. Absolutely. It can oxidise and just not be effective. All right. So it is worth buying a new pack every year a new container. Okay, now Superdome girl Renata block when we do get sons sunburns, and we're gonna people people will not heed this advice. And I might be one of them. What do we do to properly treat that and help our skin? So the first thing you probably want to do is put a cool compress on it. Your elevator is wonderful treat it like you would a a regular burn. I'm sure we've all had some type of burn from our oven. If you do it once a week. I burned my hand. Absolutely. So you it's basically a for secre burn you get that readiness appealing. Second degree Bernie that blistering so pretty severe. I mean bottom line is you have to make sure you stay hydrated take care of and make sure it doesn't get infected and it can't be pretty painful. So you can take some ibuprofen. If you're not allergic to that, obviously or some Tylenol to alleviate the pain. Oh, okay. So we do Tylenol is different than Advil. I would have thought the Advil because it would reduce the inflammation. Sure, people are allergic. So, you know, I say, hey, you know, don't don't torture yourself and take take Advil would be the best thing or ibuprofen. I should say. But some people can't tolerate that. So I say take a little time when all do baths and drinking a lot of water does that help or that is just smart anyway, I think it's mart. Anyway. Okay. I think really more than eight glasses of water a day should be consumed by every single human being. But that's really hard to do. I think for a lot of people, but the more water you have I think he'd he'd say hydrated, and it's just healthier for your skin. All right. We're not a block also known as super Derm girl who has a new follower on every social media platform that exists. I just I just followed you while you were giving out tips to treat sunburn, but the best trick is to not become sunburned. Hats, and sunscreen and protective clothing. Oh, my those are the the goals for for this summer may being melanoma awareness month as well as skin cancer awareness month. How widespread is this? Like, how many do we know odds as far as it's three out of ten people will get it at cetera absolutely one out of five people in America will get skin cancer in the course of a lifetime. Oh, yeah. One person dies Ramona every hour. One person dies from melanoma every hour. In the United States for the most part that's treatable if caught early on my gosh, very treatable. And if you again, if you wear that daily sunscreen with reapplication, it can cut your Multnomah risk in half. All right Renato block, a physician's assistant with Pinski dermatology here in the city of Chicago. You can find her on all the different social media platforms as super Derm girl, and she will be back as my guest in the future. So that we can keep you guys aware of things beyond just melanoma awareness month and skin cancer awareness month, which both are within the month of may, we will talk other skin things later throughout the year because you have been delightful guests. So thank you so much for your time. Thank you for having me. It was such a pleasure speaking with you will thank you for your time in educating all of us about the dangers of skin cancer and sun expo. Oser it's cetera. So do your monthly exams everyone. And and then make sure to get yourself. Get the to a dermatologist, absolutely. I tell everyone..
"sunburn" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"And cost sunburns while some sunscreens only block one type of Ray, the American Academy of dermatology says Oxy been zone is among the few FDA approved ingredients that blocks both. It may evolve if signs of balls, but right now, the research is not very persuasive for those concerned about the environment. There is some middle ground using sunscreen is just part of a comprehensive sun protection plan. Son, smart behavior is seeking out the shade wearing sun protective clothing for today's Health Minute. I'm Meredith would right here for Tennessee basketball on the of all network past aloe. Grant Williams turns baseline goes to the basket. Taking over the past. What a pass from bone maker. Now just about hill. Turnhill fire hill. Here. This March could be maddening falls basketball, all the talk monster. Stay tuned for more. Rush limbaugh. Expressed by the host of this program documented to.
"sunburn" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Adventure. Everyone. Welcome to groomer humor on pet. Life radio. We are your hosts I'm Rudy v along with Anthony Ray, very very excited to talk to you guys today today, we're going to be talking about summertime the opposite of winter because now it's hot. Wow. Brilliant observation summertime is the opposite of wintertime. So now it's hot. I mean. That's amazing. Amazing amazing discovery there. You know? I just discovered that nighttime is the opposite time, you know. It's dark, listen, you gotta understand something. Right. And I went to the beach yesterday I got severe sunburn on my bald spot. And I got a I had a blood test yesterday. Let me get through this. All right. So anyway, guys, it's summertime. Yes. The opposite of winter, obviously. Right. We're gonna be talking about some of that stuff today. We're gonna be talking about what things we can expect from both grooming standpoint. And also a safety standpoint, we're gonna come back with that and much much more. When we come back on groomer humor. Tired of wasting.