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Bucks edge Nets in OT in Game 7, withstand Durant's 48
"Khris Middleton made the tiebreaking shot with forty seconds left in overtime before the box completed the game seven win over the nets one fifteen one eleven Middleton finished with twenty three points and ten boards for the box who allowed just two points in O. T. to advance to the Eastern Conference finals for the second time in three years a couple plays where you know you think they're gonna win the game but we started with it you're down Georgia game we're down in the fourth quarter but you know we stay with it was their resilient gas intense cobalt provided forty points and thirteen rebounds in guiding Milwaukee to its second straight elimination game when Kevin Durant led the nets with a game high forty eight points but missed a pair of shots after Middleton put the box in front I'm Dave Ferrie
Backstory: FDA Approval of First Alzheimer's Drug is Mired in Controversy
"Let's move this and talk about treatment for another health challenge. Alzheimer's shares of biogen are up forty percent in the month of june. Because the fda approved biogen's drug to treat alzheimer's this is the first medication aimed at slowing cognitive decline. For people with alzheimer's that regulators have approved and yet it is not without controversy. Three members of the fda advisory panel resigned over the decision. There are a couple of threads to get to here. But i guess my first question is what is going on here is like. Was this a mistake to green. Light this treatment. Well a chris. I call this nearly biotech soap opera. You can even bring in greek mythology here. first of all biogen's drug is like the mythical phoenix it. Literally rose from the ashes. I mean this was a drug that not all that long ago had been relegated to the trash heap seemingly failing late stage clinical studies badgen later came back and did some further analysis and analysis and they said hey you know we. We actually see that. There's a potential here and they they pursued and then ultimately did file for fda approval and ultimately won. But you're right it's extremely extremely controversial. The fda's advisory committee that was convened to review. The data came back and voted ten against recommending approval. One abstention no member of that committee voted in favor of this drug being approved. They thought that another clinical study needed to be conducted to to establish that the drug was actually effective. And so and and not even just that several members of the committee wrote op eds publicly urging the fda not to go ahead and approve. Distract the fda. Did it anyway. And so it's extremely
COVID: What is the Delta Variant?
"The latest virus variant to grab headlines is called delta. Why are scientists particularly concerned about it josh. Because it's more transmissible and it seems to be putting more people in the hospital. Tanya and it's on the rise all around the globe delta was first spotted in india and spread quickly to seventy four countries in england. It accounts for ninety percent of new cases taking over from the version called alpha. It's got a bunch of mutations. That seem to help it. Get inside human cells and vague. Antibodies that for it. Researchers at public health england found the chances of people passing delta around their households were sixty four percent higher than with alpha. That's a big jump. England had started opening up more recently to couldn't that have also led to more infections in addition to some feature of the variant itself. Yeah there's stuff going on that can heighten the delta numbers people started traveling and businesses and restaurants. Were opening. But the bottom line here is. There's a steep climb in delta cases and delta appears to send twice as many people to the hospital as alpha does. that's severe illness. Such as being unable to breathe. A lot of these people are younger. Underage thirty according to research in the medical journal. The lancet now this isn't all doom even with delta vaccines keep people safe health records in scotland. Show two shots of the pfizer. Vaccine blocked delta infection in eighty percent of people both the pfizer and astrazeneca. Vaccines kept practically everyone. Who got those shots out of the hospital. Early data from england show. So what's this all mean already in the us delta accounts for ten percent of infections. So it's coming. With summer reopenings and people mingling unvaccinated. People could get delta during the next few months setting up ugly fall getting vaccinated. The numbers show is the best route to keeping infections. Down and getting live closer to normal
Self Storage Investing with Jacob Vanderslice
"I've always. I've always really liked self storage and see how fast i mean. It seemed pretty fast to me when you said you really started getting into it about two thousand fifteen. Is that right now. You've grown over the last five and a half years to wear at. That's that's impressive. Yeah the quit so going back to that kind of understanding this. You said you started to go to the mid west. How many states are y'all in currently about ten states. We got a bunch of deals in the florida. Panhandle carolina colorado of course ohio michigan illinois wisconsin. So we generally like the mid west in the southeast quite a bit. We of course like the mountain west. But it's tough to find yield right now in our own backyard. Denver's been rather oversupplied and pressing expectations in dividend yields are just not what we can find in some of these more secondary markets. How're you finding these. Are these Something that broker brings you chop off market or combination. We've i've done a little bit of both. We did a. We applied some of our single family marketing practices to self storage acquisitions and we played about ten million off of a direct mail campaign. It was a pretty basic letter to saying. Hey we're not brokers were buyers we love to give an offer on your facility and the rest of our acquisitions have been just through our broker network. I hate using the term off market because often an off market deal maybe not a good deal but we've gotten a few we believe really good off. Market deals just through broker relationships for the listed We did a twenty million dollar. Acquisition in michigan and that portfolio was not listed. We got through a broker contact in gave him a price that made sense for the sellers and enclosed so most of us broker networking but a little bit of direct to seller initiative. As well
AP-NORC Poll: Many Americans Resuming Pre-Virus Activities
"Many Americans are getting back to everyday activities that will poll show some worry cope with nineteen related restrictions were lifted too fast for a stadium in two weeks at nationals park here in Washington we are so happy that baseball bat like Alicia Walter four in ten people in a piano RC center for public affairs research poll say the re opening space is just right not too fast not too slow about a third say restrictions have been lifted too fast still majorities of Americans who traveled or went to restaurants and games before the pandemic art now back at it David story says it's a leap of faith I'm gonna try to take a step out there the poll shows many Americans are still wearing masks but significantly fewer than a few months ago Sager mag ani Washington
What Cops Are Doing With Your DNA
"Morning. Everybody for those. That don't know my name. Is anne marie schubert. I'm the district attorney of sacramento county. I remember watching this press conference. Susan was april of two thousand eighteen. The da came out to make our announcement. She's standing in front of a crime lab surrounded by a bunch of cops and he was there to say that finally almost cinematic investigators had found a golden state killer. This man who had terrorized california's throughout the seventies and eighties. There were upwards of fifty rapes twelve murders crimes that spanned ten years across at least ten different counties nor decades had passed law enforcement. Hit dead ends and then regrouped amateur on the internet swap theories and then after more than forty years abroad got him and done it by putting his dna profile on genetic. Teeny apology websites. It is fitting that today is national. Dna we found the needle in the haystack. And it was right here. In sacramento joseph jams. Dangelo was arrested. We'd guilty disturbing twenty six life. Sentences and his case was billed as a triumph for crime solving and genealogy and it marked a seismic shift in how investigators used dna in cold cases. Do you remember what you thought. When you heard that genetic genealogy had been such a big part of that case. I was really intrigued Because i have a biology background before i went to law school and i never thought that you would sort of come together in this way. That's nilo bala. She's a senior attorney the policing project at nyu law school and she studies. How technology and policing come together.
How to Plead for Unbelievers
"Brothers. My heart's desire and prayer to god for them is that they may be saved. Rome's ten one. Paul prays that god would convert israel. He praised for her salvation. He does not pray for ineffectual. Influences but for effectual influences and that is how we should pray to. We should take the new covenant promises of god and plead with god to bring them to pass in our children and our neighbors and on all the mission fields of the world. God take out of their flesh the heart of stone and give them a new heart of flesh ezekiel eleven nineteen god circumcised their heart so that they love you deuteronomy thirty six father put your spirit within them and caused them to walk in. Your statutes ezekiel thirty. Six twenty seven grantham repentance and a knowledge of the truth that they may escape from the snare of the devil. Second timothy two twenty five and twenty six open their hearts so that they may believe the gospel ecksteen fourteen when we believe in the sovereignty of in the right and power of god to elect. And then bring hardened sinners to faith and salvation. Then we will be able to pray with no inconsistency and with the confidence of great biblical promises for the conversion of the lost. Thus god has pleasure in this kind of praying because it ascribes to him the right and honor to be the free and sovereign god that he is in election and salvation.
Why I Don't Believe in Coincidence
"So i guess we have to start with the fact that i wasn't supposed to be in town yesterday that that's a piece. That's really important in. This actually meant to go to new york for work and then at the last minute had to cancel my trip because had things here in austin that i couldn't shift around and so i found myself a sunday and my trip had gotten cancelled in the morning and i was like you know what i'm i'm up because i had to cancel the stuff and so i'm gonna go do my run. And yesterday i decided i was going to do the whole Circle which is about ten miles and ahead out there super early. So i go out at sunrise because it's so it's already like getting so hot here in austin for the summertime and i decide. Hey i'm going to start really early. So that i can get as much of the cooler and i'm using air quotes the cooler temperature as it possibly can and mama iran and i'm feeling good and happy to be outside and it's one of my favorite places and so i'm just like super blessed to be out there if you're a runner like me maybe we'll understand this but for me that's a sacred time. It feels a lot like church or therapy or something. It's just it's it's an incredible time to think or pray or meditate or manifest or whatever. It's really special. So i'm running and i get a bow. I don't know maybe four or five miles in. And the reason i told you about the time is because it's so early there aren't a lot of people out.
The Official Witch of Los Angeles
"In. Nineteen sixty eight. Los angeles had its own official. Witch lewis. Hubner was born in new york in nineteen thirty. She was a psychic by the age of ten. They always are. She learned witchcraft from her grandmother. And her mother who were also witches. She was a hereditary. Which i guess is what the people kind of get a lot of people see things early on and then a lot of people's generational practice. I think it was not so much that she was working at a pottery barn and then decided i think would be a witch. You know we will do that with like. I think i'm just gonna be life coach crystal and i'm unemployed. Young mean do this. Let's do this. Yeah she seemed to have a long history with that. She was a sixth generation. Which and a third generation astrologer. I mean that's a pretty nice pedigree. She moved to la with her illustrator husband. Mentor hubner Just weird name mentor mentor. sleep ner he's illustrator and he's pretty successful. I that you worked on king kong. The nineteen seventy six king kong blade runner like a successful illustrator and working in in movies. I thought his name he was going to be some kind of. I don't know some kind of like a cult leader. But now just a working louise hubner. She became the staff witch on l. a.'s k. l. a. c. amazingly to station in late nineteen sixties and. This is kind of a running theme but nine hundred sixty s late nineteen sixties early nineteen seventy s. Perfect for all your resume your witchcraft. Your your wiccan. You're satanic panic. It's a really really great type not not categorizing it like that but that was a time where like that ran really
Everything We Learned About the Bitcoin Mining Council
"In december elon musk. Michael sailor started tweeting back and forth a bit. Bitcoin were already in the modality of companies. Adding bitcoin to their treasury and sailor had already emerged as one of the top evangelists. Of course this got tongues wagging at the end of january. Ilan changed his profile to read bitcoin and tweeted. In retrospect it was inevitable in february tesla announced that it had purchased one point five billion dollars in bitcoin and that it would start to accept bitcoin for payment for vehicles. Bitcoin cheer and our bags. Rejoice as we're rocketed up the next leg of the bull run but it wouldn't be a good story without a dramatic arc. Now would it almost immediately. We saw the downsides of ilan's involvement to go right along with the upside of price. Those downsides included one the alignment with an unpredictable twitter user. More likely to show those than to do. Anything that bolstered bitcoin and to the scorn and condemnation of the legions out there who dislike elon that second category includes many who profess to care about the environment who basically view tesla or ilan himself as a great green washer. In retrospect it's pretty clear that tesla's involvement did more to ratchet up a focus on bitcoin's footprint than to alleviate concerns about it by the end of april a new concern tesla had sold ten percent of its. Bitcoin alon profess that it was only to demonstrate the liquidity of the asset to stakeholders. But it was still jarring by a month later things had gone really sour alon announced that tesla was pausing sales of bitcoin due to environmental concerns w. f. the collective cry rang out. Do this guy seriously. Just learn about the environmental footprint of bitcoin. of course not what's far more likely and commonly accepted. Is that behind the scenes. There were serious pressures pushing tesla any lana on the bitcoin. Question for example. Es focused etf that list tesla who because of bitcoin
Dems Eye $6T Plan on Infrastructure, Medicare, Immigration
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Democrats have set their sights on a six trillion dollar national investment plan if congressional Democrats decide to go it alone on president Biden's infrastructure investment plan they plan to go big Democrats are eyeing a six trillion dollar investment plan that would go beyond roads and bridges to pet projects like lowering Medicare eligibility to age sixty and adding dental vision and hearing benefits details were confirmed by aides who spoke on condition of anonymity while president Biden still has hopes of striking a deal with Republicans the emerging strategy for Democrats is to get what they can in a bipartisan agreement and then tackle the rest on their own the bipartisan negotiating group that number ten senators until Wednesday has now grown to twenty one with eleven Republicans Mike Crossey up Washington
Domestic Workers' Worsening Plight Around the World
"Domestic workers globally have been among the hardest hit by the caveat crisis. Losing more jobs and working hours than other sectors the un labor agency. I said on. Tuesday ilo director-general guy ryder insisted that. Despite real progress in labor laws and social security provision in some countries in the last decade these essential service providers have rarely been so vulnerable in many others. New data shows the number of domestic workers in the second quarter of two thousand and twenty twenty five to fifty percent in most latin american and caribbean countries and by seventy percent in peru compared with pre pandemic levels countries need to take action because eight ten domestic workers are informally employed and therefore lacked legal and welfare protection. The ira chief said. Many domestic workers migrant workers so their status inside the country can be called into question if they lose that job menu. Domestic work is live in employees. They could lose that launchings where they live if they lose their job as well
AMC Stock Popped 10%, Marking Second-Highest Closing Price Ever
"Get right to it though and dive into another red hot day for amc the soccer rallying ten percent close above sixty dollars a share. Its second highest close ever. So let's take you inside this trait cnbc's k. Rooney's kicking us off tonight. Hey kate amylase. That's right another wild week. Amc the stock closed up about ten percent today. Adding to that eye-popping twenty seven hundred percent rally so far this year of amc's ceo adam. Aaron has really looked to make the most of it. Amc sold shares in january may and june to raise money and pay down debt. The ceo zane amc has raised more than a billion dollars in the past forty five days alone and as a result snp upgraded amc's credit rating. Last week. the stock is mostly owned by individual shareholders. Says it's about eighty percent retail investors. This point but a lot of people are also betting against this name. Almost a quarter of anc shares available to trade. The short are noted. The float are sold short. At this point the stock is also consistently one of the most mentioned names on wall street and bets and other popular read forms the analyst community though a little less bullish there the price target or the average price target five dollars and twenty five cents. Meanwhile the stock is trading around sixty bucks this year.
Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA
"The supreme court has rejected another legal challenge to the affordable care act the signature. Healthcare law passed under the obama administration in a seven two decision. The court found that a case brought by texas and other republican leaning states lacked legal. Standing is the third time the court has considered the two thousand ten law and the third time that the aca has prevailed for more on. Today's decision i'm joined by wall street journal. Legal affairs reporter brent kendall. Hi brian thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so brent. Tell us more about the court's reasoning here. This is the third time. The court has had to wade into this area. I mean in some ways. This was the most unlikely of three cases. This was all setup because congress a couple of years ago there's a mandate in the law that most people buy insurance and there was a penalty associated with that if you didn't and so what congress did a couple years ago as part of a tax reform package zero out the penalty so now even if you don't have coverage and your technically supposed to. There's no monetary penalty for doing that. The complication is supreme court previously upheld the law and the idea that congress could use its taxing power as a justification for the mandate in the first place and so then republicans stepped in and said. Well there's no tax anymore you can't justify the law under the taxing power and so what the court said today as well. You don't really have any valid basis for making that argument because nobody is hurt by. The government charging us zero dollars for not carrying insurance. The end we don't say anything else in the case.
Interview With Author, Michelle Dykman
"Michelle, welcome to the podcast, get to talk to you. How are you doing today? I'm doing very well. Thanks and yourself, really good. That's warm today, so it's a good day. It is absolutely. We are cooking here in Ontario. That is for sure. Wage Nice. Speaking of Ontario before we get started talking about your book. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself where you live some of the things you like to do outside of writing. Okay, well I'm a recent import from South Africa to Canada. My husband and I moved to Canada two and a half years ago, after he received a call to come and work in a church in Canada. So, yeah, we're we're still kind of working out how life Works in Canada, from being in South Africa. I entire lives. The change has been very interesting especially when it comes to the winter. There's no snow like the yard. And first winter here was probably one of the worst ones Ontario's had in the last ten years we had we had to shovel ice storms. And we had a mess of, I don't know, storm that came out of Buffalo or something like that. So yeah, we had to dig ourselves out of our house and learn how to drive in the ice rain. So it was very interesting job. Do it? Yeah, were you born in South Africa or did you move there at some point? Not born and bred in South Africa? Wednesday for the first thirty years of my life. And then as I said mature and a half years ago we moved to Canada. My husband is also a native South African and yeah we were there the whole our whole lives and never thought we'd actually leave
Soul Therapy with Thomas Moore
"Care of the soul is a book. I have read probably ten times at this point. And i continue to revisit it. Thank you that. And i am about three quarters of the way through soul therapy and i've loved it so far. Oh excellent. i'm so glad and is so therapy out now. Can we get it. Yes it came out yesterday. I think less congratulations the twenty fifth foot everyday. That was two days ago. Now thank you okay. So the mindful min- is in essence. A meditation podcast. We talk about the how the why the what of meditation and i thought before we jump into the book. I just wondered if maybe you could share a little bit about your own. Reflective practices meditative practices are or stillness practices. If you have any sure absolutely so you know that. When i was young i was a monk and for thirteen years and so i studied meditation. Then and i've meditated probably an hour and a half day those thirteen years so that was kind of empty meditation with the call. It kinda fun though focus But anyway it was quite wonderful. And now i've changed though i've changed in my taste my ideas and I have learned. I think mainly from henry. David thorough air comment. That really stuck with me. I read them a lot and yet a comment that That for him it was important to compost contemplate within nature to go out and they turn contemplates a for him but that was the most important thing and what i got from that that and fits in with my larger philosophy that it's important to be contemporary tive of by the way that phrase i prefer to to tour i prefer bit contemplates in that today because it suggests contemplating something and i liked the idea of being in the world with your spirituality to be in the world to make it a worldly not just separate i think anything that separate world from spirit as a really is a mistake. That's caused a lot of trouble.
Bipartisan Infrastructure Group Swells to 20 Senators
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the bipartisan infrastructure group swells to twenty senators the bipartisan Senate group working on infrastructure compromise appeared to gain momentum Wednesday as the group doubled from ten senators to twenty as he was preparing to depart Geneva president Joe Biden told reporters I'm still hopeful we can put together cancer late Wednesday by did ministration officials were on Capitol Hill meeting with democratic senators in the bipartisan group drilling down on details of the compromise proposal earlier in the day Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer pushed ahead on the alternative Democrat only track that would seek to skirt the need for at least ten Republican votes to reach the sixty required to pass the package in the Senate Schumer convened a private meeting of Democrats on the Senate budget committee to set the groundwork for a majority passage process Mike Rossi Washington
Record Rise in US Wholesale Prices Over the Past Year
"A record increase in wholesale prices over the past twelve months as the economy emerges from pandemic lockdowns and pushes inflation higher the labor department says wholesale prices have jumped six point six percent in the past year that's the largest twelve month increase our records going back to twenty ten in may wholesale prices driven by rising food costs increased eight tenths of one percent core inflation is up five point three percent over the past year that's the largest increase on records going back to twenty fourteen analysts say the big jump in wholesale prices following the five percent gain in consumer prices that was announced last week underscores the current upward movement in inflation my camp in Washington
"ten" Discussed on The Ten News
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"ten" Discussed on The Ten News
"Today. We've got the scoop on incredible animals. Who are making a difference. Let's dive in. They pop out a trash and swim through sewers. sometimes they even cook under an animated chef's hat. Have you guessed what i'm talking about yet. That's right rats reds. Get a pretty bad rap. They are problem in many communities around the globe but when they're not out in the wild causing problems for people and other animals. Rats are actually intelligent animals. That can be trained to do amazing things. No our correspondent lane. Farber from nature nerds. Podcast has more on some of these radical rodents. They're cute they're fuzzy and they've got a powerful sense of smell that's helping save lives. I know what you're thinking another dog story not this time my friends today. We're talking about the heroes of the rodent world. The incredible giant pouched rats. Their name implies giant pouched. Rats are big rodents native to africa at over a foot long and weighing up to six pounds. It's fair to say that these rodents are beefy. But it's not their size that makes them so special. It's their sense of smell and intelligence. Specialists have been training hero rats to detect landmines since nineteen ninety eight bart reach-ins came up with the idea to train. These special rodents. After a sense study done with gerbils it took many years of research and fundraising to perfect the training routine but now these tiny rats superstars are saving lives. As part of the popo organization. Giant african trotz are the perfect landmine detectives because their sense of smell is so powerful. They're also highly intelligent and easily trainable. So how exactly do you teach. Teacher rot to detect landmines. Well the lane process starts with clicker training. Just like training dog. The rat here's the sound of the clicker and is given a tasty treat. Once they've mastered clicker training. They move on to sent training. The rats learned to distinguish different smells of active and inactive explosives after mastering lab training they practice out in the field. And if they do well they graduate from the program as a licensed hero rat. The training can take up to nine months but the reds don't mind because they get lots of treats play time and exercise while they study after graduating here. Rats can officially begin their job. The rat start their days. Bright and early thorough. Woken by their handlers. Slathered in sunscreen to protect them from the harsh uv rays and strapped into their tiny harnesses unleashes. Then they head out into the fields where they use their super sniffers to detect explosives hidden beneath the ground. But don't worry. The rats are at no risk of being harmed because there are too light to set off the weight triggered explosives so we can all agree that rats in tiny harnesses. Getting bits of banana in exchange for doing a good job is show cute. But it's also super important. The bombs that they're detecting were left behind in various countries after war. These leftover bombs have hurt and even killed many innocent people who live in these countries hero. Rats are saving lives and with their help. Hopefully soon these countries will be safer for the people that call them home. That's an incredible story and really shows how smart these animals really are. Wildfire season is kicking into high gear in many parts of the us to help fight fire. We'll need all pause on deck. That's right. I said pause if you earn a dog person before you might turn into one after you hear about these hard working pups who help out in the fight against wildfires plane farber is back to tell us more about dogs making a difference a very good girl named gareth spends her days lending a paw to firefighters battling california wildfires. Kenneth is a licensed therapy dog. Who works with firefighters in northern california with wildfires eating up the coast of california. Carrots has and kisses are more important than ever but before we hear more about this buzzy wuzzy dog. oh let's take a closer look at wildfires. So what exactly is a wildfire is an uncontrolled. Fire that burns in forest grasslands and other rural landscapes wildfires have been happening for millions of years and they actually play an important part in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. I know what you're thinking. How good fire possibly be good for plants. Well the fire burns away. Harmful insects and diseases that could spread to other plants and some trees even have seedpods that will only open when exposed to extreme heat wildfires. Become a problem when they happen. Frequently and go unmanaged. If a wildfire is not contained it can burn down thousands of acres of land and harm or displace the animals and people that live nearby right now. Wildfires are happening at increased rates because of our changing climate rising global temperatures caused intense droughts produce snowfall and increased lightning activity super dry ground. Plus crackling lightning equals wildfires central in the last few months over one point. Five million acres of land has burned down in california. That's roughly sixty times larger than disneyworld. The fires continue to spread and it's up to brave firefighters to keep them in control. This is a dangerous and super stressful job. Luckily some firefighters have special furry friends to help them manage their stress cara. The golden retriever has been visiting fire stations in northern california for over a year. Her sweet puppy dog eyes and warm. Smile don't just look you. They actually make people feel better. That's right spending time with specially trained puffs like harris king. 'cause her brain to release special hormones that boost your mood and lower anxiety levels. So here's to the firefighters putting their lives on the line and the good good dog owes who help make their job just a little bit. Easier back to you bethany. Thanks lane after that amazing story. I'd like to give all of you turner's emission. Go give doug group hug. Oh okay so. Why can't bicycle stand on. Its own because it's too tired or does that sound like a joke. Your dad or another corny type person in your life might say. Well tenors. father's day is coming up and we want to hear your best dad or just totally corny joke to air here on the show to submit the ultimate dad slash corny corn joke. Grab your adult and give us a call at our new phone line. Eight seven seven ten news and leave us a message. That's eight seven. Seven t e n n e w s or you can email us at hello at the news dot com.
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"I'm bethany vans l. and this is no ordinary episode of the ten news. This is the ten news gets extra the. Us census results are in in changes are coming to congress. In today's episode. We will get caught up on this important count. Let's dive in a less summer. We spoke with yasmine. The boa from count the nation and organization dedicated to educating generation z. About the importance of the census and her twelve year old daughter. Alex here's what alex had to say about it. The census data matters for kids and families. Because this is how the government gives money to our communities base up. The number of people who live in a city or state also called our population. The money pays for funding for our schools and teachers. Libraries parks health clinics breakfast and lunch programs at some schools in college scholarship money for some students. The census money pays for a lot. Which is why. It's important for our family to participate and for all of us to be counted in the census numbers also determine how many representatives go to washington. Dc to represent us in our needs so in california and they're almost forty million people who live in the state which is the largest population in the country and california has fifty three representatives at four hundred and thirty five but this may change based off of the two thousand. Twenty cents is numbers and change. It has.
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"Production team has been in the running for best picture. That's incredible about time number. Four our favorite mass creator. Walt disney holds the record for the most wins ever. He won a total of twenty two awards and received four honorary award for a whopping total of twenty six oscars. That's how it is done and five speaking of animation. One of our favourite pigs from twenty twenty so is up for best animated feature jazz masterpiece could win but it would have to be that. Another.
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"Not only teach us so much they can also give us a lot of hope for the future attended show creator. Tracy kaplan set down with filmmakers. Katie mcintyre wyatt and benson yhombi brown to talk about their film fly like a girl which shows women and making their way in the world of aviation. My name is katie. Mcintyre wyatt and i was the director and co editor of the film. My name is vincent brown. And i have the honor of being traduced. Thong thank you for joining us today. We're really excited to have you here. And the documentary is just just an amazing film. What inspired you to do this. I think that The short answer to what inspired me to do it is that i know a lot of times that there are girls. Don't always see women in aviation or stem Front and center. You know there's a lack of representation especially in the aviation field of of women and so one of the things that i wanted to do to give young girls and women the opportunity to be able to see what women are doing aviation in all aspects of aviation part of the reason. Why do what i do at the entertainment business is because i care deeply about telling stories that have the power to transform power to inspire the power to reveal something about ourselves yourselves and change into shift culture now. Katie this is your first time directing a full length film. How how does that were you. Were you scared yes. was my first feature length film and i was terrified There is you know women in films under represented as well just like aviation thankfully. I had an incredible team around me. One of the things. That was really important to me from the beginning was to have women on our crew as well and so we were very fortunate that there's a lot of talent women that work with us at indy atlantic but that also some that we brought on for this project and so we had women camera operators. We had female grip. That is incredible You know there's a number of women that worked on the film of course as far as the producing team directing team into i were part of it. We know that it's so important for young girls to see to see the opportunities to St role models katie. With you being a first time director then toe with you coming onto this project and helping it get distributed. I mean all of that takes so much courage and also just the amazing women that you're profiling in the film. You know the word that just keeps coming back to me. As courage and grit. I love that patio. Staff says in patty wack staff was the first woman to win the national aerobatic championships and she actually went on to win a total of three times. They told her she had to do that. Because otherwise it would be considered a fluke that a woman won the national championship. She says you know the word. Passion is over us. We always say to people find your passion but you find your passion when you find what you love and sometimes you have to work really hard to find that or to succeed at that Senator duckworth talks about out in the film has. She was not the most natural pilot in her class. You know when she was going through the military but she would take she would go extra hours in simulators she. She spent time practicing over and over again. And i think you know about like really finding what you love and working hard at it and not being willing and not giving up just because you might be the only person it looks like you in the room. Because if you're going to be that first person there are going to be out people behind you and a lot of the women in the field. Were first and illegal in the right direction to help you find what you're truly passionate about. Great all right last question the toughest one of all i need from each of you. Your favourite fun fact. I okay i have one aviation related so a lot of people know about the wright brothers you know that were the attributed as the first to fly right. I mean i know there's a lot of discrepancy of our were. They truly the first the fire. Not but that's who we attributed to but a lot of people don't know that they had a sister catherine right and had it not been for her. She really was like their spokesperson their height person. Their pr person. She was the one organized everything for than made it happen. They would not have been where they were without her there with them. Every step of the way and really pushing them to to get into that plane and fly Another fun fact in this actually is somewhat related to flight. Is that the first record. Label to sign and distribute the beatles. British invasion was started by a black woman. Bj records based in chicago and so a woman was responsible for bringing the beatles initially to us markets after they had actually been passed over by a couple of other labels so i referenced that back because they think you know the power of women and what we're able to do you know flying planes and you know we we we really do it all when we have the opportunity desire and will we don't allow ourselves to be defined a anyone or anything else just like katie was saying you know. Get out there and do it. Don't be afraid that's great well hopefully All of our listeners at home will make time to check out the documentary. Fly like a girl available now on who as well as other streaming platforms and we'll tune in so that there can be applied like a girl to. We'll look out for that. Thank you so much. Thank you for coming today. Thank you sunday. April twenty fifth is the ninety third academy awards the annual event that honors the best movies on the big screen the night is usually full of glitz and glamour with louis fence tuning in to see what their favorite stars are wearing and to find out who will win big here are five fancy facts about the oscars to get you. Ready for. The film industry's biggest night number. One he asks have been around for a long time. It originally started all the way back in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine and while the show has been postponed a few different times throughout its history. It has never missed a year. Never give up. Never surrender number two. The rules are a little different this year as our most things due to the pandemic usually movies can only be nominated if their release a movie theaters this year. An exception has been made and films that were planned to be in the theaters but based on streaming two homes do make the cut because it would have been a pretty shortlist of nominees otherwise number three over the years. There's been lots of controversy around the academy awards over who gets nominated and the lack of diversity among the academy members. Twenty twenty one is making history as the first time. Two women have been nominated in the best director category. The best actor category includes too. I says well a muslim actor. And the first asian american actor to be nominated and the nomination of the film judas and the black messiah marks the first time a movie with and all black.
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"Were talking emojis. Did you ever wonder how emoji gets made. we did. And we went to an expert on the topic. Jennifer daniel chair of the emoji subcommittee at the unit code consortium. There is an emoji subcommittee. Nice show creator tracy. Leads kaplan got the scoop on exploding heads and boomerangs in our full interview. Check it out you for joining us today on the ten news. Were really excited to have you here. We've been bouncing emojis back and forth on the team in preparing for this interview today. Can you introduce yourself to our listeners. And then tell us what you do. My name is jennifer. Daniel and i am the chair of the emoji subcommittee for the unika technical committee which is part of the unit consortium and i make emoji work at google. Google make emoji so yeah. I mean there's a lot of overlap there. I'd love to explain to our listeners. What exactly is the unit code consortium and who's on unix. Code is a volunteer based organization and the responsible for encoding goals languages. So you can think basically. They're the reason that if you send a message in hindi from one device the person you're sending it to can read it in hindi before unical existed. That was a real problem. People couldn't communicate in their native tongues around the world. So they give it this right every letter on the screen that you read whether it be tablet or computer or phone anything that's in digital space. Every letter is assigned a code point. So if you send someone face palm emoji the co point for face palm. Is you one nine two six right so emoji. Even though they look like pictures are really a font. And that's why i sit next to. Words is because they operate like letters and they they're interchangeable with with text or communicate online. We work with people all over the world. So i mentioned on unit code is volunteer based ride. So it's a it's a small group of people who can offer their work for free but we try to do is surround yourself by experts. Sue people who understand how people communicate or maybe they have a certain expertise in talking to a doctor recently cardiovascular surgeon around anatomical heart and lungs a new emoji for x ray so we try to surround yourself by people who really understand the subject matter quite a bit when making decisions around what is useful. What will be used a lot. What is currently being used. A lot Before we add it which is why it takes two years to Emoji it takes a really long time because for regretting it fairly thoroughly. So what i really wanna know. As when consortium makes a decision those emojis are forever right once. You can't then decide to hear later to delete something like once it's out there. It's out there so it's true. Emoji wants their added. Are there forever as a real permanence to them. Which is really interesting if you think about it right. Because languages flexible in fluid in transit and football and emoji are not emoji standstill. I really want to understand. How did you go from being a little kid growing up figuring out what you wanted to do to now being an emoji expert like did you just wake up one day in your life. I'm gonna do emojis tells tells how all came to me. Oh boy. I bet you know if you had told me just five years ago that i would be making a moji. I may have said what really who never imagined. It always been someone who is interested in drawing and just language. But i didn't have a way to articulate. That was what i was interested in. I just. I've always been fascinated by it and drawn to help people talk in everything from accents to the words they use and then how they they articulated in pictures. It just like anyone else. Have curiosity about the world in always curiosities have just let me down this path. Where now. I get to work on what i work on now. That's so great. So can you share a little bit about how emojis are actually designed. Yes so you know. After the consortium makes their list of recommendations and they become code points emoji. It's up to designers to will get involved and the first step is we take a look at the image in the proposal so anyone can propose an emoji and we take we try to see what was the intent of the person who proposed it in the first place. Then the next step is we confer with subject matter experts right. There's there's nothing that doesn't have a subject matter expert. Whether it be the not emoji we talked to people who are experts in tying knots or if it's an anatomical heart or lungs. We talked to doctors. If it's brewing we talk to people who made boomerangs and we try to get a sense of. Is this emoji. Authentic so a good example of that might even be the boomerang emoji in earlier version of our design the angle of the boomerang was more around ninety degrees and when we showed it to someone who was familiar with boomerangs. Oh no that if a boomerang was at that angle it would never come back to you because of the way that you know the precision of the torque. The angular velocity it. Would it would just wouldn't it wouldn't be a boomerang. And so we had to change the angle so that it was much wider And so you have to really balance accuracy with You know a disposition of friendliness is been really wonderful to see kind of the expansion of skin collar and having more gender representation how has the Consortium played a role in that. And what's coming next in that space or trying to identify locally relevant concepts when there are as many as there are people in the world as many foods as there are ingredients on the planet and a variety of objects that are really only limited by imagination. Every addition to the emoji keyboard is at risk of creating zones of exclusion without consciously trying. So the best we can do is to ensure emoji continued to be as broad and as flexible and as fluid as possible just like language and just like people. I don't know if you set it or if it was an article that was referencing. You by the prairie hints that you could interpret it as a high.
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"Themselves. That's incredible and seals. Mary surprising for one. Because i never thought. I was gonna be especially at ten years old. I never thought i was gonna be like a crayon maker. I like never imagine me. Being a person do would make crowns and the fact that tiny crayons in twelve and twenty four paps. Kansas make such a huge difference in the world like us. I've gotten responses from spain. Australia on like places all around the world and I'm really happy about that. Because is not only changing. The language in the usa is also changing language and all different parts of the world. That's incredible okay so far. I'm just fact checking here. You didn't want to be a crayon maker since you were a little like little belen wasn't sitting around going crazy on maker just gonna be like atmosphere Maker when i grow up i had a lot of different dreams and i still have those dreams. I those just a was just. I never envisioned that. So you and your organization more than peach. You've already had so many prestigious arner like incredible. I could list them all. But what i really want to know is what are you most proud about more than a peach. What makes you most proud about your organization and the work that you've done so far. Okay i am most proud of everything that i've gone but i'm especially proud of two things. One is the time kid of the year top I was a top laundry. And i was really excited about that because it was a really fun experience and awe and especially Spread message Actually it took my project off san got two more kids people just one and also my my crayons. We found out last year before coronavirus in everything that my will be the virginia museum of history and culture. And i'm like excited about that. Because that is a history museum. And there's gonna be a little display and bala need. my crayons will be there for abbas. I don't know as long as what forever. And so even when i'm not getting more than peach anymore or when i'm not there there it can still because walking in there and it can still cause i don't want my project to just stop. Just stop right there. And then when i wanted to be able to just continue answer that off Being the museums really helping that so can walk into to the museum. Evacuated can inspire them to do all make a change and Use that language in there classrooms in everything and you are inspiring me. And i bet you're inspiring everybody who is listening right now. So how can kids Who want to help get involved and mortar than peach. Well At a website. There's ww dot more than peace dot com. And it tells you how you get involved with my project and i actually I donate a lot on especially teachers. 'cause mike projects started based off the things happening in my classroom on my classroom and so i donate especially teachers but how they could get involved. Israeli start by just little things with like Neil using that language in the classroom then Who knows what they'll do next. I really wanted kids. So what would you say. What would you say to a kid who sees a problem in their life and they wanna solve it or they want to change it. What would you say to that. That kid I always like to say well. I always say there is no color in rural. Walk which basically means you can do anything you set your mind to and is there's a problem in your off. If there is a problem you see. It won't just disappear on his own without someone doing something about it. So i am so you use your voice for something 'cause edmund not only may help you but it will also help about other people in the future so awesome advice thank you thank you thank you thank you. Thank you so much. It's such a joy to me you inking grabbing me absolutely any time. This was a historic year for women at the ballot box and while historians are sure to be writing about twenty twenty for decades to come what really matters to music fans and historians right now is whether this year's picks for the rock and roll hall of fame will reflect this historic year for women which brings us to walk. Ought watts the bag. I idea trivia on the ten was. The first woman inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. Was it a britney spears be aretha franklin or see beyond say did you guess it. The answer is b. aretha franklin. That's right known worldwide. is the queen. Izzo she was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in hundred eighty seven among the laundry list of her career achievements franklin.
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"To put their spare change to good youth. My name is liz baird. And i'm the director of the north carolina aquarium pinal shores. We have been close to the public since mid march. We took advantage of not having the public here and have spent a lot of time Refreshing paint on the walls and power-washing the wooden railings at the front and really trying to make sure that when we are allowed to bring gus back they are. They are greeted with a sparkling Clean and bright aquarium. That may have a few new additions. And so i wanna get to what you guys did in terms of emptying the waterfall so when we decided to turn off the waterfall it was because we were looking at cost. Saving measures and one of the ideas was to save electricity and water used by turning off the waterfall. And when somebody said hey well if we're turning it off why don't we clean it out. I thought well that's a great idea. That's something we can't do very easily while we have the public here with us. So we spent the better part of dan half Shoveling buckets of coins and rocks and mud and strange things that have been dropped into the waterfall out at the bottom of the waterfall and then cleaning the coins and and realizing that we had many more coins than i had ever imagined. So what was the grand total that you ended up collecting a grand. Total was eight thousand five hundred and sixty three dollars and seventy one cents. That's amazing not bad for just cleaning out a water feature not bad at all. Of course it had not been cleaned out for nearly fifteen years and so i it. It was really shocking to me. I was one of the folks who climbed down into the bottom of the waterfall to help did coins out. And there were times. That i was standing in. You know four or five inches of coins. How and so it's two fold. You're helping the country in the middle of national coin shortage and you're also helping the aquarium. That's not getting as much funding right now since it's close to the public thank you so much. Thank you so much. And i hope that you'll get a chance to come. Visit us than see are terrific exhibits. So what's the status of the coin shortage now ohno well. The government businesses banks and even coin collection companies got together to come up with a plan to boost coin production in twenty twenty. The federal government produced fourteen point eight billion. Yes billion coins with all those new coins and shoppers spending cash in stores again coin circulation is getting back to normal. I hear you can piggy-bank. Don't worry your belly will be soon enough less summer. Two teenagers in israel unearthed an eleven hundred year old clay jar containing four hundred twenty five ancient gold coins. Experts say the buried treasure discovered during archaeological dig would have been worth a small fortune at the time it was hidden. What's the takeaway. If you're going to hide something valuable yourself a map so you can find it again. Have you seen eleven hundred year. Old clay jar. It's a going into that. Time is up but before we go. Who's a quick note for the grownups because we love youtube gronyea's one even more great content from the ten news sign up for the ten news newsletter aka. That's an news letter. It's a free biweekly email with even more stories to enjoy together and we made it easy for you. The link to join is in the show notes and on our website. The ten news dot com. Thanks for listening to the news. Look for new episodes. Every tuesday and thursday pretend news is a co production of small but mighty media ends next chapter podcast and distributed by. I heart radio. Our editorial director is tracey crooks. Editing and sound design by andrew hall. And pete must've creative producer. Is jenner squad. Stephen tompkins is our head of audience. Development and our production assistant is sarah ohlander respondent. Pamela kirkland contributed to today's episode our production director is jeremiah tittle and the is executive produced by donald albright and show creator. Tracy leads kaplan special. Thanks to center sammy for helping us out to be part of the show. We would love that question a joke or fun back to share and email it to us at hello at the ten news dot com. And if you love the show and wanna share it with your friends go to your favorite podcast app and submit a rating and review. It really helps others find the show so they could join us fun. I'm bethany van al and thanks for listening to the news as still heavy stabbed baby. All right we'll see you soon bye..
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"And nine seven six five four three. I'm bethany van delft and this is no ordinary episode of the ten news. This is the ten news gets extra in today's deep dive edition. We're checking back in on one of the unexpected side effects of the covid nineteen pandemic the national coin shortage. We reported on a while back so get ready for a deep dive under the couch cushions as the ten news finds out what's up with the coin shortage beck when we were noticing signs at businesses asking for exact change had lots of questions about where all the points at gone and so did our friend. Sammy let's listen to how our correspondent. Pamela kirkland helped us find some answers. Do you have piggy-bank bank full of coins sitting at home. Well that might be a problem. One unexpected side effect of the covid nineteen pandemic is. it has plunged the nation into a national coin shortage. You may have seen signs at stores and restaurants asking people to pay with exact change. Only it's something that's hurting businesses. That need coins to operate every day. Why stores you give me change. That's because coins aren't being spent as much as they would be and banks that would usually give rolls of coins to restaurants stores and other places are holding onto their share of coins. Two pennies dimes. Nickels and quarters aren't as available as they used to be. So why can't we just make some more quiz. The us mint the place where coins are made. Says it's not a supply issue earlier this year the. Us mint produced fewer coins than normal to keep their employees safe. But they're making as many coins as they can a whopping one point. Six five billion coins were minted in june. The problem is that we're holding all the coins in spare change drawers or that one. We're water jug. Your parents have. That's full of pennies. Walking kids do to help the. Us mint is asking if you think about breaking their piggy bank open to spend some of that change. You've been saving or head to one of those coin dispensers or a bank. They'll take your changing give you some crisp dollar bills to take home and fun fact. A coin can remain in circulation for up to thirty years while paper bills.
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"This past summer. The mosquito control agency of the florida keys approved what method to eliminate the pesky. Bugs was it. A releasing seven hundred fifty million genetically engineered mosquitoes be releasing one hundred million angry dragonflies or see releasing fifty million tiny robot caterpillars. I do like where this is going. Did you get it. The answer is a.
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"Dr jessica wear thinks about bugs all day long. She's an entomologist which means her job is to study insects. Gross dr wear works as a curator at the american museum of natural history in new york city. I talked to her to find out about what an entomologist does for their job. What is a day in the life for your job normally. I'ma feel bala gist so a day in the life could either mean going on a plane to travel to either the arctic or the tropics to collect insects and on those types of days. A woman in the field. We get up very early. You know usually at sunrise or before the we can be in the field when the insects start moving around so that we can collect them and we're often out until very late because of course insects don't really have a bedtime offense so we often are out well into the night and on days when dr wear isn't traveling the world looking at insects. She goes into the museum. I spent time either in the collection of insects that we have at the museum literally millions of specimens of insects to measure them to at their dna take photographs of them. And then we use those data to write papers. So part of the afternoon usually is spent writing research papers on the experiments that were doing out of all the insects in the world. Dr where focuses on dragonflies damsel flies cockroaches and termites dragonflies damsel. Flies are beautiful flying creatures but termites and cockroaches. Those get a bad rap. I asked dr wear if there's anything to like about those pesky insects she said. There's a whole world of cockroaches and termites outside of the ones that are a nuisance to our homes. Two percent of cockroaches. I think are pests on the number. Might even be a little bit lower than that. The rest are not passed. They kind of live outside of the human condition. They're in the forest or they're decomposing. They're consuming rotting wood for us. So that we don't have piles of non rotted would kind of stacked up every time. A tree falls. Thanks to cockroaches. Thanks determined they do this. Great service presses can ecosystem engineers decomposes in. So there's also some beauty to cockroaches. I mean i think in termites for that matter Although termite tend to not have a variety a super big bride in their colors but cockroaches do i mean. There's bright green cockroaches blue which is yellow cockroaches. There's red and pink colors. I mean they can be really actually very striking just as striking butterfly so if you like things that are beautiful you might be surprised. I would say to people. You might be surprised. That coaches can be very beautiful. It's just that we know the best ones which tend to variety of functional reasons. Not need to be fancy beautiful. Dr wear didn't always know she wanted to be an entomologist. She told me she didn't even know that was a career when she was a kid. She just like nature and being outside. I really liked swimming. And i really liked snorkeling around in the late by my nana's house and so that kind of made me think i might want to be a marine biologist until i went to university for biology and then i was interested in invertebrate things without a backbone invertebrate marine biology and when you study invertebrate. Zoology at school You basically said he everything without a backbone. there's coal classes in that and it turns out there's more insects than there is anything else in school. Dr were found mentors who helped her become an entomologist but it was when she went on her first field research trip that she really fell in love with her job. If you get the opportunity to go out and collect insects in the field. I think everyone would be an allergist if they had the chance to do that because actually so fun. It's a really rewarding and day to spend collecting insects. I think dr. Ware said she really hopes more kids. Decide to go into the field of entomology and have jobs like hers. One day while. I would just say that. There's a million species have been that have been described but we think that there might be you know five ten thirty million. Abc's left to be described. Which is a lot so we don't have enough into malicious gist on earth to do all of those species descriptions to find all those insects before they go extinct so we really need kids to you know. Go into entomology in and help us. It's kind of like the ultimate pokemon right to find the species that are out there and describe them. There's a lot of work to do that. Sounds like important and exciting work to me. Did you know that when an anti is it gives off a special sent that signals. Other ans- tickets body to the graveyard. Yes that's the thing so. This is kind of spooky. If you're not up for spookiest skip ahead to the next thing back in the nineteen fifties one very mischievous and scholar figured out how to recreate that special. Send and put a drop of it on a living and to see what would happen. What reacted to the sent by picking it up and taking it to the ant graveyard even though it was totally alive before aunt kept trying to return to the colony only to be picked up and taken to the graveyard again. Apparently this on until the animals able to clean the sent off enough for the other ants to leave it alone. Not a nice trick. She my new but it did shed light on how ants communicate through smell and that nutty scholar went onto revolutionize the study of a timeout to nice. It's trivia time.
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"The amount of kinetic energy increases to almost one hundred, twenty, thousand K. You. And when they say speed kills the really do minute. American energy increases were the white as a person goes from one hundred and fifty, two, hundred, eighty pounds. But really not quite that much. Understanding the anatomy of the human body coupled with basic grasp of Connecticut Energy You can begin to develop type six cents about the things that are going on with your trauma patient. Keep in mind outside out of mind, can often caused some real issues as far as having an effective assessment towards a patient of trauma particularly, any type of internal injuries we are looking at her patient and we begin to compare what has happened with the mechanism injury with injuries that we're seeing as well as the potential for injuries that are unseen we call busy index suspicion. Is Index of suspicion or your gut feeling will become much more accurate as you get more experience understand that early on your basic mistakes as far as what your gut is telling you. But that's okay. That's all in how you get your experience in your education as far as you're moving along and as you see more patients and USS more patients, the better off, you will get it this to understand the Bob Mechanics of trauma. We need to settle upon just a few definitions as we're moving through here. Now, for some of these definitions are going to be a no brainer. There may be others that you may or may not be familiar with it. That's that's okay. So, say penetrating trump penetrating trauma happens when objects such as a knife or a bullet or any other objects for that matter Pearson Protective Barrier of the skin and enters into the body. Any subsequent injury may be caused either directly or indirectly by the spin attraction will. Particularly Take A stronger deeper look at this type of injury causation. Particularly, we take a look at gunshot wounds a little bit later on. Compression happy injuries happened when a body stops abruptly while the internal structures are still moving forward. Now. The most common type of injury that we would see this in is a head injury with a coup contract injury to where the brain sloshes forward. You have an injury about the interior and sloshes backward and you have an injury on the post here. Stretching injuries are just opposite of compression these occur when part of the body is pulled away from from another in particular, you can see these types of injuries when you have sprains. In particular the ankle and the knee win differently, ovens and tendons begin to get stretched a porn. Now, a very medieval example of this occurred people were stretched on the rack is a type of punishment or torture or to exact a confession. In a share type of injury, the internal organs continue to move forward at varying rates Speedo. We talked about this while ago. When we were speaking about the car that stops the body shop's internal order themselves are still continuing to to pass on forward as the as the body of stopped. Win The body itself stops any type of limit or tendon that crosses the Oregon will cause it to be lacerated this quite frequently with liver lash rushes do the foul. Some four ligament crosses the interior surface of liver, as well as with injuries too theoretically or particularly within the lever. This fast inform legemaate acts much like a cheese cutter and that is very tough. It's very. Fibrous and it literally, the liver will continue to go around it on both sides until Liberte south could can become lashing right in the patient of lead to death. There are three phases of a traumatic event that we're GONNA take a look at in depth here..
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"Do not live a low blood. Sugar sneak up on you. As the child is compensated shock respiratory rate is going to naturally go up this may result in a transient period of respiratory alice. Carbon dioxide is blown blown off as a child against tire from the SANTITA. The rapid breathing in breathing begins to slow. She made transition over into a state of metabolic. Pollick acidosis now. It might seem logical to administer sodium bicarbonate offset versus but this is not indicated. The key here is to use fluid lewd resuscitation restore perfusion body is designed to tolerate metabolic acidosis for a short period of time and the administration of by car would be harmful for your patient strays Asian over discussion of distributive shock. And what it does to the body distributive shock. You may hear a call. Visiting shot comes. `Bout Win The dilation and constriction of the vascular has been impaired. The big issue isn't so much that the arteries dilate because they do they're simply unable to constrict as a result. You have a much larger container with less lewd pressure inside the pathophysiology of this is something like this I I because of the massive Basal dilation peripheral vascular resistances decreased often drastically. This results had Poli- within the veins. Import tissue perfusion because of this pooling Venus return to the heart is reduced as well is the cardiac output the three primary causes of distributive shock include. NFL Alexis an injury. The central nervous system or sepsis sizes simpleton distributive shock can be misleading in that in the case of a nervous system. Injury your patient maybe in compensated shock yet had a normal or Bradley carded heart rate heart. Association's Pals Course Discusses Three types of distributive shock. Septic Genyk the single brief look at all three of these now. semper shock occurs because of a reaction to it infection that at least an instability in the perfumery status of your pediatric patient. It is the most common type of distributor shock senior children earlier that you diagnose sipped shocked the easier. It is to deal with and leads to minimize of organ damage. Septic shock tends to occur in a two phase process beginning any with peripheral Basal dilation. The first phase is often referred to as warshaw this comes about toxins. Caused by the infection. Prevent the catecholamines immune system from inducing vase on construction the heart rate increases in order to maintain cardiac output. The capillaries will also begin to become permeable allowing in fluid. Move into the interstitial tissues. Essentially shock continues unabated. The patient enters the second phase known as coach on the heart and respiratory Tori right will still be elevated but cardiac output continues to decrease at some point bodily systems began to fail affecting the kidneys and liver early on the goal of treating. Septic shock has identified the columns and eliminate. Obviously that's not going to be possible. Pre Hospital perspective. Our primary focus this will be the support perfusion for the body by giving them..
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"Welcome to the ten minute. They podcast for busy paramedic students. This is a podcast where we take one subject discussing for a maximum of ten minutes. I'm your host Dr Bill young. One of the areas. It's commonly failed while taking the national registry. Makings Ayman's out of IMAS operations, the problem with this is that we tend to cover evils operations at the beginning of class. Never to be mentioned again until you're sitting in front of the computer screen taking your exam. It literally becomes out sight outta mind. One of the things that I was suggested you do a good paramedic student this to periodically review. The miss opperations sanction in particular, dealing with incident response and the level of ethicality of how you treat a patient's as we podcast. We'll take a look at one of those issues focusing on. What is the right time for us to not transport a patient to the hospital, I gave a little ham. If you'll always do what's in best interest of your patient. Honestly, doing what's in the best interest of your patient? You're rarely around as podcast was recorded in April two thousand nineteen not long ago. They must roll the surprised dismayed by the report of a man who was berated treated poorly by EMS agency in South Carolina. According to news reports a patient had a history of schizophrenia. However, they invest crew responded to a report him running up and down interstate ninety five while naked ultimately released him four hours later, he was struck by vehicle and killed. On the highway the instant with paramedics show in the lack of compassion was cut a body. Cam video of the responding deputy podcast will not address lack compassion or professionalism shown on the video by the mess group. Instead, we'll take a look some of the legal aspects of releasing patients at the same than how to minimize your legal liability. Keeping my I am not an attorney nor to play one on television. Racially exciting announcement was made by Medicare under a new project. EMS is now going to be reimbursed for treatment without transport in certain situations. This Saturday at the same time causes me. Great fear, one of the areas that EMS has the Duggal sacred in as have no transport of patients who led her own show to need between transport. Let's take a look and review the criteria. Which legal ability is minimize in doing. What is best for the patient is maximized when faced with weather to transport ship patient of hospital or not after we use the word, competency when dealing. With a patient's ability to make health care decisions for themselves. More accurate term would be capacity to make decisions however, because competency is generally will be using that word Kamla within the United States hopes that patients have the right of self-determination in regard to whether or not Duceppe medical treatment, one of the greatest most basic rights humans have and must be protected as that of Tommy Tommy can be defined as the right to make decisions that are once best interest. All patients are considered to have competence to make legal decisions about their care until preventable is now in order to make those decisions the patient has to have the right to either give or withhold consent for treatment any adult that has been determined of been found competent is able to tell you whether or not they want treatment even further if a patient desires to be treated, they are right to tell you to what degree they want the treatment to continue or stop. This would include withholding particular medicines. Or trey. Tement while civility accepting transport of the hospital. Challenge rises when the pre hospital care is needed patients that may or may not be have the ability to understand their condition, and we're not sure if they're capable of making the best decisions about their care key in this. Doctor Automic is that the patient must be competent a wish that there was a tried and true method, but which you could determine competency at all times, unfortunately detail, you that would be a lie. So how do we determine whether patients comment to refuse treatment and or transport well begin with the very basics is your patient awaken alert. Now, it's important to remember that being awake is not the same thing as being alert some factors that you must take into consideration when dealing with patient carbons the to refuse treatment should often include involving the patient's family when available to determine the agree to which the patient is acting normal. Keep in mind that your patients family can become your greatest ally. Where you're worse. To enemy the treatment of the patient. Now, we sometime on the legal aspects of patient competency. Let's turn to the clinical side of it stated earlier than determination of competences, not a science, but more of an art it's important to take into consideration vase and culture the patient when trying to determine this comments can be influenced native white by the presence of dementia delirium alcohol into drugs. However, it's important to remember that simple because a patient smells of alcohol. Does not mean that they're incompetent to make their own decisions in the paramedics action of determining confidence. The history is often. The most important tool that we have must be the place where we first him as discussed earlier determinative patients normal based on this critical. The second step is to explore whether or not any change in the patient's Covent of ability is related to her versatile 'cause all patients, and I mean, all patients who exhibited change on a level. Cognition should get a finger. Stick glucose to check for Hubble glassy Mia fill raid. Listen to an earlier ten minute medic podcast, entitled you're so sweet on the approach into paramedics should take the diabetic patient determined that the impairment is not going to improve your next step should be to find out. If it's getting worse as well. As to what degree the impairment has on your patients decision making ability. Make sure that you're able to differentiate between a patient with dysphasia or difficulty in speaking from the one who is speaking gibberish, stroke patient will often have some problems speaking, clearly, but will retain the ability to make cognitive medical decisions. A the Monica can be helpful and do the detailed assessment on the middle. Competent patient is asset A S S E T A for appearance s is for speech esus for censorial is for emotional state and tears for thought process. Take a deeper dive at each of the. These look at the appearance of your patient. Although each patient will have a different socio economic status and don't let this by sheer assessment look at how they're dressed as well as the personal hygiene. If the patient is to shoveled explore the reasons why based should be assessed for proper pronunciation as well as normal patterns s. Also sounds for since Oreo does your patient know where they are the time of the day things like that one word of caution here beware of asking any patient regardless of their chief complaint. What time of day it is if you respond to them after midnight, even the best of us will have a challenge. Intranet question we've been awake in the middle of the night is their emotional state appropriate for the moment. Does the patient seem depressed or in a state of mania? Lastly, look the thought process SM them simple questions that they should be able to answer such as who is the president in. What is to listen to the like is it possible that a patient with dementia? Could still be able to make some or all of their medical decisions. While a short insures. Yes. Patient with diagnosis of dementia may require the prayer made to take a much closer look and evaluation at the mental status of him. But each situation is different take an individual approach each of these situations as you deal fairly and compassionately with each patient and their family if you have any Dallas to the patient's capacity for decision-making default in the conservative broach. This however must be done in conjunction with patients family as well. From the point of wellbeing for the patient in an article from the stat pearls website, leeann Goldstein suggested the following regarding the decision making criteria for patients. The patient must have sufficient information from the provider regarding the medical condition in the associated risks to health in person. The patient must understand that a decision has to be made. The patient must understand the rich burden. And benefits of all options, including that of doing nothing. The patient must be able to use the information to make a decision in the setting of his values and belief systems. The patient must be able to communicate his choice to the provider, and they must be acting without coercion or undue influence, including from family, friends, or even you as the provider in his responsibility of the emergency responder to identify loss of capacity for medical decision. Make it is not the patience responsibility to prove that they retain such capacity. You can find the full citation the full article in the show notes in conclusion taking the approach that you will do the very best for your patience is the best route of care for them as well. As the best source of legal predation for yourself, you're gonna wind up on video on the internet. Why not make for some form of compassion state? Need care for your patient. Thanks again for joining the ten minute medic. I'm. Excited about our next topic as it was chosen by their request from the paramedics students at Arkansas state university are Dixie stations will address IMAS interactions with autistic patients the first long will deal with what autism is. And the second will provide some ethics of dealing with these patient interactions. The best way to ensure that you hear these off your episodes follower podcast on your favorite player. Thanks again for listing.
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"You're listening to the ten minute medic the podcast for busy paramedic students. I'm your host Dr Bill young in last week's podcast. We took a look at the airway and the trauma patient and how you should go about approaching it from a basic perspective. This week's podcast will take a little bit more in depth. Look at things such as sectioning position to your patient as well as win to and just as importantly when not to use or consider drug assisted or rapid sequence innovation. Luckily for both you and your patients most of the time the airway can be managed with simple skills. It's important for your way, the benefits versus the risk of when you're moving to more advanced skills in equipment and maintenance of airway the use of simplest tools that are of the most effective the situation will generally be the best for your patient. The trauma patient that is coupled with an Alder mill status and being us upon position that has copious amounts of facial blading can be one of the most difficult challenges in airway maintenance that you'll face the ability to you suction ineffective mannequin determine whether your patient survives or not the biggest challenge that you'll need to keep a man win such thing is causing your patient to become hypoxia because of extended time of sectioning. I wish there was some way. I can tell you fixed amount of time to suction but much of that will depend upon the amount of blood or vomit us that your patients producing these preoccupation win suction. He will help offset any of the hypoxia that may develop if you're able even if your patients backboard roll the patient over their side, gravity, your friend. This'll help much of whatever fluid is in the patient's airway to exit the mouth and not wind up in the lung. If your patient has massive amounts of blading vomiting, don't waste your time using a soft suction catheter. Get the largest heart catheter that you can find that will move the most fluid from your patients airway when section of your patient. Remember the steps first pre-accident your patient by ministering hundred percent oxygen next insert your catheter without the suction being applied the seltzer adduced amount of hypoxia that patient may spirits as well as if you use a soft catheter the catheter may adhere to soft tissue on the way in of suction applied. Lastly as soon as you're finished sectioning, reaction nature patient, beware of hyperventilation for the reasons that stated earlier in this lecture in addition to bleeding vomiting. There are number of other issues that may come of that made it difficult for you to major the airwaves trauma patients. Some of these include patients who have short action large tongues. One way of minimizing in the native of face of the large sunk sizes using the Indo tracheal Laurien scope blade this wider, the normal this house to lift and move the tongue up and out of the way. Day. One method of identifying whether a patient may be difficult to innovate is by the use of the Mallam Patty score to do this. It works best. If you're patient sitting upright with the head intro position gave him this'll rarely been the case with your trauma. Patients have your patient opener mouth stick their out. Look the structures of the back of the throat to see how clearly they are able to be saying in a class. One Malam potty the best of all of them. It exists when you're able to see all the structures of the soft palate, including the villa. Clash is present when you're able to see the Euboea, but no soft palate a class three. And you're able to only say the base of the villa from where it 'attaches. A class four exist. When no extractors are violent, and is the most difficult indicator of all unreal. Cajun's you may be called medically induce your patients so that they are sedated paralyzed innovated in a person who is proficient in this practice is the safe tool to use. However, and I must stress this. This should be practiced on a regular basis, you should review the drugs and the ministration protocols in order not to make a better way situation. Even worse. These pharmacological agents to assist in the innovation process falls into two categories. One is called drug assisted innovation or DA the cygnus called rapid sequence interbay tion or are sl. Let's take a look at each of these these medications such has been dazzling him fennel or diazepam used with the goal of relaxing, your patient enough to allow you to introduce the entertain to into the trachea the purposes relax the patient, but not to cause the protective mechanisms of the airway been negated in rapid sequence innovation or. Sl. The patience for sedated, the paralytic agent Zena minister to the patient that causes muscle paralysis and removes the patient's ability to protect his own airway. Some studies have shown that patients tend to be revealing more this procedure lead into a poor outcome. Other studies show little or no difference between this and other methods of airway maintenance more study is needed indications for other drug tested innovation or rapid sequence interbay shin, including those patients who are need of secure airway and are combative because of a hey Andry or severe how boxy Mia you must be confident as well as realistic in your assessment of your ability to innovate the patient. If you're going to go this route failure to be able to manage the airway can lead to how Pasha as a result of aspirin or death from hypothalamus of crisis the drugs that you will a minister to do. This are almost all universal in the Saudi fate of causing a drop in the patient's blood pressure. The follow is the protocol approved by the Kentucky board of emergency medical services for the use of drug assisted innovation or rapid sequencing innovation. Please refer to the board. The miss website for more details on this protocol, keep in mind that it is a restricted protocol and providers must be pre approved by the board prior to doing this procedure. I may Shas you have all the equipment that you're going to need to accomplish a procedure, including suction, establishing IV of at least assize of an eighteen gauge all patients should be on entitled. CO two monitoring pre-auction night your patient in a tap to raise a pulse ox up to ninety four percent or higher administer Lada. Cain one and a half milligrams per kilogram. Every push to independent who is suffering from a hit injury stroke or hypertensive crisis. Your patient is going to be given a drunk and ministered zero point zero one milligrams per kilogram of recounting to help with decreasing the muscle facilitations that come about as a result of some of the drugs facilitations are slight tremors in our sl. Sedate the awake patient with Tommy date with zero point one to zero point three milligram per kilogram. IV push at a maximum of twenty milligrams or Maderas lamb zero point one milligram per kilogram. IV push with a maximum of five milligrams. Us lower doses. In the hypertensive patient or the overly patient sedation. Drugs can be omitted in the unconscious by shot. But please make sure that your patient is truly unconscious. Paralyze will sucks coaling the doses. One point five milligrams per kilogram IB, pushing adults and two milligrams per kilogram IV push in children flush the IV with Tennessee. Tennessee's of IV fluids fallen any Drug administration. If you using drug assisted innovation sedate, the patient with Tommy date at zero point one zero point three milligrams Ivy push at a maximum of twenty milligrams or Mme zero point one milligram per kilogram. IV push again, follow the Drug administration by flushing the line with a bowl of fluid to make sure that the drug is into the central circulation in the past silica maneuver was a favourite appear. Mish to either clued the softness or reduce the potential for vomiting to bring the trachea interview research shows that is really not very effective even make it more difficult for the person doing innovation to see the trachea one of the big challenges of paramedics and industry unabated as verification that the tube is indeed in the right place. One study showed that one out four to were in this office, especially with the availability of Intel seal to monitoring this is inexcusable but the methods of tape placement. Advocation include direct visualization of the tube as it passed. The cords seeing the chest rise and fall with each village in prisons, bilateral breast sounds in four areas. Over the chest Fargo,